Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: March 18, 1908
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01238
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
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Other version: 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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VOL. XXV, NO. %2


OSO Cool of Elevatneor Sey Prevents
Probable Leee Of Life.
I New Yorkt Maroh 17.-One ha
tired inrl eplo~ ot the camdy th
At Natchk is. toy of Arthur b. woren t Worl,
It thm ft the fourth Soor raturnfy when fli
was discovered at tOe bottom of tt
SIX WOMEN AMONG VICTIMS bsvt, pmentn their s" '
SWhUe some of the male employee
Many Thousands of Dollars' Worth of fou lt the ire. Hery Coch. the el
a rator boy. ran hbl elevator up to ti
Property Destroyed-Fir apred to floor and said to the girls, In as oo
Eighteen Relsdences, Seven of which a manner as he could assume:
Were Burned-Under Martial Law. "There is a fire In the bae)ment
Maybe you had better let me take ye
Natchez, IIMss., ardh 17.--lght down."
persons are dead, Moher Is badly In- Reasured by his coolnesm, the tir
yured and property 'valued at many were saved from panic, and Coch tot
thousand dollars s a mass of wreck- flve elevator loads of them to the flr
age as the result of an explosio of foor before the flames reached sucth
gas In the b;u.aent of the fivesatory height In the elevator well that hi
building occupied by the Natches Drug was compelled to abandon the car. (1
company and located at the corner of his l t trip the fire burst lato the ca
Main and North Union ttreet, in the and burned his hands.
heart Ot the business section. The cirle who were not taken a
The explosion tore away the rear by Ccch took to the roof and the fir
wart of the building, which, in falling, twcaves, and reacbed the ground I
crushed an adjoining tenement build- safety.
lac. The Are consumed tons of candy
Immev'::tel.y fnolowlng the explosion and the firemen were hampered b
the wreckage caught fire, a tiff wind the deore smoke from It an&i by th
'which was blowing at the time carried burting od ftiv lengths of hose under
huge sparks to the north and west. lh pressure. Traff on the Secon
ettlng fire to eighteen residences, avenue elevated road was stopped
seven of which were destroyed. d the firemen fought the fire front
City Under Martial Law. that stnocture.
All business has been msupended. The factory, a flvetory striuturi
gad the city placed under martial law, was practically dWtrqyed.
wtth the two kcal companies of mill.
tia on dut). A DOUIBL SUICIDE.
'o1 Natchez Drug company'* bul ....
gca was formerly the Temple opera Husband and Wife at Oyersburg Tak
boure and Masonic temple, and was Their Lives.
purchased and rnoddeled by the firm Mempbls. Tenn., March 17.-A sp,
tour years ao. cial to the New.Sclmltar from Dyes
* The bsock caused by the first ex burt, Tenn.. says that Jameos R. Ha
plkton followed in cloe aucaelo,. rison and Mrs. Ors Pertguon Harrlio
t latter being accousted for by the are both dead at this piae by thel
r Oa1ce of oils ad obemalrli In the owN hands.
lMtglL The north wall fell with The couple were married two wek
he firt expkoulon. crtrhing two ad aego.
JilaIg bull'lngs as though they were Mrs. tarrltdn, who before narrria


PlIftleen.Yr.Old Girl Shoot Hersef
Through the Heart
Trenton,. J., March 17.-Marga.
Stt Borden, fifteen years of aWe, a
*Meuter of Harry fL Dorden. *hot
slndf in t.he heart Sunday nlht as
*t result of grief.
STreef cause are amdelbd for her
IM- the objection of her father to a
marn who had ben ca'llng up.
er; worry, because her mnwther
die of coManoatio ad d dlm
at over the pla I g of her two
I charge of her unble l At
City. forelebar to attend to
hbasemold duUes.
a a tired nf Iitall." he aid, Just
eaerlin her room and s rtla

Peni t Cut from His BLdy.
IMaladader. Wis.. March 17 -A-
WMA pnAe 7 Intchbes S ha ben- r
pmW &en the body of August e
who a oper aten am l
OtaW. Petwo swarrllotd the
wp le play t cas ad her
Jl r* thre tlmse elay Thew p
Sthrlamwh le bi etlaet ad
it oan k. ewlere th# Inre r
itN Itessffered am" Opala.
fW able o attend to his i rt.
""l t0 r arrtie the bfre
ubber o eru sad nso t ere
S had bee broes
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SPa.. MaMr t -Mrc.
Thaw. other f Harry K.
bMA, a sa y bmaees dews ma.
t ie steam eMo o at fshi-
borase.* U- A d ahmet tomo=
oyr that Mrs tehaw as
taal pnalyits d ber left arm,
1 N that rrdaea rare greatly *res.
Mud aoert her sfe"lOoM. The pa
W he a s om orwd B in wrb Wby
W lbyuin a sad a" e O* P leet
s gm o y )


was a Mirwa lra Ferruen. of Dmer
burg. on Thursday last bhot hersel
trough the long. No cauee we ma
elgned or her act. Her husband wa
Ms overcome by her d mt that le tool
prussc acid which caused his death.
A brother of the busad. W. J
Harrison, who was preset at th
death of Mrs. Haris. bad a deeper
ate strusslg with the mldde In bla el
nrts to wrest the pbhil of add from
him. but was unaoeeeful.


Clever Carteenist l ateaed to Len
IElle In the Sflver Mines.
t8. Peoerstbnra. Marhe 7.-t-#or ea
ricaturinstl rh car. a clever youn4
rartoomJt. Frits Muler. hek beeus s
to SiberM (fr late* yWmm' eyr l ur.
vitue Ila the sluer aes. MIIler It
the sea of a promIdafM Iehalt Ii
Mualc. Rav riaw I was hasa s
a tailted artlat la that eity a is

A w uP m ae he wet to St
Prstereu whare h e Ame as
marteelet ema emide paPer. A NltR
SPaper aftnmr4 n rmhmed
to df*w .tswe ma It w er S s
paw that he dn the es4u WrtN fes
ea,, SaI *m a eanwUM rldtek* te
Rsa4ias aeramat hr whb the to W
rateo wrre ba fOteri ea e w
pras ep-es al
Imfelgrats Reused P
Plade*lpsa. Pa. Mas 1|7.-4ee.
Petary of CLomm'~e ad taI r IMr

day. to as laterate em ans LA|s.
tm I m e 1 O M e thI s a e, i.
* apleser l r fpa e the
raened stes m "r st ee at b
eve. oa the m t seaem p
be"m iS I msae.e e dMIe t me

-g Of S. Osapped e W" m S m

or sto e awtse *WmO s h s
tea e M ta to so ms.
tI. --

Miirm. lv-% IT1 - IOP~ rvwI emada"anOf w
Vlaar. rtb~ 7 mprar ~P~lra p( 61 1 CL~i
4f hw "0 bw bs an"" to~ aua OL..
ala --- 5r f~rhskh5 to'~l ) Vb a~k r ~ rI~r
@mud 4,* amblo Im am4 tO sw VI #aned~ aw bbe
sft -W p a emalDO sw "on 49 bf a". w,
MW So laSS. A aif di 0041
move 114 (










UdfrWe Paisr Wh Eloped
With Ilrl of Teai Years.


Jere Knode Cooke. Former Pastor of
St. George's Church, HeaMptead, L.
I., Relates His E1Kxpe9ts -Gave
Up All for Sake of YVo GCrl.
San Franclmco. Cal., Mar tc i:
Jere Knod e Coke, the u ,,: 'ket

pastor of St. ()t'orpte'o church. it
steed, I.. who eloped about .1
a&W with FPlrretta Whaley, a.,
under thtrhawl e of "Ialcolm i-
occupylang 11nt on the out 0 ,
this city, with thoa Rirl and li :
tells the tfolowlia story ofr l ;
PfomiM to Enter Minltety.
"My pArinla d(ied h6hba 1
Young, but .ouinw ea I ras. I


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New Orleans Police Buoy Looking Af. FLOODS IN THE WEST
ter Supiclious Charaetem
Now Orleans, IA.. alach l.-rFo.
lowing a murder ant oissiral attempt, Neavy Rails CAuSO Serios bass
at highway robbery ).*y negro deilera-
doe, here Saturdtay, the Ilel esadmd age oa Pacific CiaAt
niany of the ulviii and skloosfre .
quented by ntisuiem at that c.
At one saalown lonp 11*4 nrro wore RIVERS ROARING TORRENTS
Ritnd in tbe tbaitliuag, and all of them
Icrej placed u dcr arrst l Several Towns Are Pacing Serious
liI a ratil,) n a Yim a tui $taw t trrell Onaditicns* Railroad Tracks Are Un.
boiftpq. Holbert unth aiu of title alf a
croail of uerxtfa in ths. plave, knoewls der Water, Bridges Washed Away
rl down a dlotectlY o uiv ati artedl it), and Pniille iSooking Safety.
ron. Ile %.41a nail I flu s d br HwAl
OI%'er WrIl 1%i114 f&i. f all wolindatiJ hil'1. I ii ,niii N.'t Ia
Tl.e ,erwtva (of lao' d jis nat a.i'b rif's and rn Ally 6 It' RV 1141% 41 M) 11 411111, t iii IIIatI
irtir,irre a w-Mch h:ate I' in pIerlp traded thM o Jov'lit aa ll141Itit 14, 1140
by negrs a o diii-Init 1;14 I-'1.1 t f* wet'k-A titkle, rat c ua 1 ii- I, #-ois4 4 tliw wrutu
ctlnjflOwhliIng In the hol\idaja ataki inuarI 1 nitnaI" ai iIrII "IMnW, hlIi'a V
(if J.,inus i 'r il ianm a a tad I te i-t ilin-I
teor. ,f l rteel, h s f0rhit d hlc.( tw IIcI,, r ina Iat i hi t i.e a '-I, o% -I- ili ts '.%%
tot rvort to attrenmioup 1I( t' lt I nr r (tod. t ethe ) II- 1A. k11, 1 i .t %I- I % I I.I t a.III
dlitit t a t' (l 'I Ofi tho bAA1 ,aa'a v ,' niouar a i Ing it e i aI .''.i) m, I ra
malwititihle for the crirniti-alic.

SUICIDED ON TRA~IN. I~Illl'~ '~~crl 1~.\( ,I( l~(r

ber dialluctly m> tuother an .Iw n --1'
y. promise to better the mlntstr). .\A I Well Known Chattanoogln Ends His
y grew older the calling appeal o e Life.
e, more and nwore imtl I de Me ld ntcr Ca'Iuiallat a, Tena., March 17 -
r the church. I was a*)pted I' a annt .tJain Johacai, capitallt n1 poll.
dt named 'ooke, wlhoin I look ui n% aJ ln clan of tIlM city, itllnday nlithl cm.
u. uncle, arnd atiteld the pui llic. l1 .l united miclcfde by cuittltn his throat
m When f was sixtient yefara ...o I an un AIAhan;.I (Urwet H$outherrn tranl
wsl apprenticed to a palater :u.,l der Ihew(. n tl, Il. tv and rItIrlnchasm.
, oraor, ard there I Hrrned itl trIded. thirltlg it-s nliht he took an over
which I am now following. 'The lit.. dotnI of tirycrniilne. hit trxt morning
tie I (mrned I saved and 'a i ,\illnl'v he, w -a Mo fIr recovers~ that he con*
had enough to allow me to I, i Yale ttln'rl hit Joournty h<,>elnaant.
Jfe was an uphill mtrumKle 1'.t Ii When lie train was brewee Whit.
o had to work my way th roigh ,.ller new antd rCal4Mel. Ala Mr. Johneu
Ani-1 in crPdunatlngr was apptllL cl l eft hil nlfel ,an welnt to the lav rWy.
, rate of a church In Ialtlmoe. In a few Inal.is to ie wa fuindi with
"WhIie there I met and m a l:mti thuo thit r l t rui, the )Juular vela he
r woman ino law calls my wUie lTherhe lin.t<'ve.rel ,by a Mnall pIaket knife
V I made by first big mistake. I'hylscal He was carri4l t, Ns seat In tbe
r reaone forbade her auairyln, uan a cdarc. and within five wmnutl he
when. three days after our wedtar,. dnc4 In hib wife's areas
l Ae coldly Informed me thwt she hall Mr Johnst was. prerodeit of the
married ite Imply as a stepplRn Foremt 1111I Cemetery omftpany, and
oe tone to exlal station aRNl that she wan a large holtkr of rgeity In thi
-. Maw In me oneo whro wars iring to rie. cl0I. IHI affairs are In excelent cn.
f I re"onmlld the bitteprn es f taf int dio. n ai4n no rcaue can be iassigAn
"Prom RaltiLnmre I was appoIlnld for the ilet.l
I rector of Rt. k city of Hemplted, I. I T e post IEDERAL JUDOOI DAO.
tkio was a imod one, w awr that
hihllf plew dl my w1if. Ihe had there Judge Clark We AppInted by Preel.
San oppotualty to further her mortal dent Clveland In 1W4.
. iml, ad It was pleamtn ) to me also. ('hartatemoo, Tien., Marob lI.-
. Laamuck s It was ie Iaordmn e witH Pederal Jluge C. D. Clark: Of the
Smy permit ambitio to suas eed. 11itted Hiatie dTtriet U ert, ded a
Met lerelta Whaley. rilaanw k~tal atI S: e3 o'elak et.
"Ab rentor of t. 0clore' I oM urday aormnta, ed siutyewe myr.
Forettla Whaley. She *a a mere fit death wase due rto IA's *f
child then, and pw up wader IFy ease. empUlemt4 with' Abelts,
I *ey aI always vearde"l b er as a judge iarf w appoiatd to the
0eIMd stil oet dy I a wol 141 te federal beeh DeeImai It. I4, by
. fart that se was a woman 4d that PreoeIsmt Clevetl. HI wea breast
r I loved hr At til rfce I anlt hase frm AsealUe lrd f Sigh
It lmy hatt, heegh lten wrf o1. b hle trip telling e he 11 great.
. Poreta Whatey was cs of rW type maeditey after t i n g pIsed I the
a that maokr myrty. ler n aO Hf l eeepal begam olalaleag. He Iemsv
ad a wm m srra e d made hr re. a wife,
al rkawly premwwort eve as a elid,
Saed Nitl-s e was It he n.r %Attempt to Sif w as t .
mNrukM. I my te In ts eI o. rf t sleo M, Ky., MNar IT -Mligl

. "I 16 t a to We r*tw t aLW l ewh, Appems at .Mrw, aMNes
M It le Mfwde f att be f tf s'm yia w bA A blmae Wanb tagag
a St*-. The ai r A Imtw plead 4 to Ita 0 u1 bt* W e Are as -v.
hir e all the n eseetalmaw ad *red e esianesed settle 6a1ta4i
to *olr. I t r add e e ".ag with estl atl *we ferd4 II**4 reIts
a4d Iekah* e M. !e maee*r*d toihgeea a
1 osue atmr whau the n ret *f tf adl p r. e the tr" t. 'Th
wVld be kI he s11 I et iMt** wire.tst IIthe elafy We a.
WWM M% I o, I by ga a Appase to a mssb of the olaw ad
Swl aal-4 es It ate ; a4 tI 4 Io .er4 .r ue
Wesm Peo p M elped"ta. 4 - *---
S Nw *is de Fereeraen I t~ame w Lwyer HNi*eo4 Te, s IMdseI.
1 wo r belrw s a Il he ai s Yrv Ml teh IT? -J4A)gAa .
60e tols 1heb *wo I wOW bete HIemmt *,. leel she to sea U
eft Se aM P W l ts o i, ; o a tam oe uMat.wira lelad tor s.
e* ee asple to ir aid i i oaastu. at p*r.roy Is 0 raniIn Wmft
Id 4 y e~e seort r m Men wl0 be t 9* 4 ThUraW y.N KI I
Se I a O to l ato fuNe of b e aervin aehi s y ee l US,
of 0"d I "Poemahalhia aWmM Ua a edmo M
fto"04 I re"iWiai6 s ig bet aaei gaw of e ganu Illg s""
-1h M 4 r 1 i resv i1 60 a y er s*ia *rtors n hr e ap
t e1 saw fmlB I as i6 1 #4 aSO lam S u after h6 istee.
to w. r ltfm see5 1* fE,,..,

GSW stha* wft se a berh l f*. o or.rr t-'C 010

SMaIse ar s.*lo w e m a-ee lr O *
wa roa V qf t eloet r" 0e P ead M Sa auehis eo i
do *AD our. a as eWasfr no 66 .' w* a

by I tiam itic. t A t r p 141t q, iaatald i tldvil
Iakack tho % it),
Caused Wholesale Oetruction.
T'he fliusi r' serlammrpowrtA ( )flW m fromt
Wil!&Ua ~Mla. it~illrim-, which flow*
threaay !t tI -it vvi ,nr'eriy every win~te
POOR (M it 1.1111,19mhut at tPre poll tai

Ii oat! galrt g prirviiii ri r s)nle and uas
caauioitl a ell o aiewt ruactio ieaof bias.
Ineo-. In ii utio doolm tiJ st ') t m' vir.

Nox~t Ili l"ititf fievlramimmseIs thn
a*fitii .t l ii t, itti leutair A lthaoogh itia
leviq,,, bitilt arttrrlast year's fanxider"
wtill holitng, titer Isriar that they
si plicd-eaaiuti s ntaitormlnt, .Inn Itat cove
the tipwuIIa ll satiffeir smotius da"ma4
in lea lutan IdIaho c'sunty, rail.
mood tratii iaro ro'3arls'ti utlner water.
bridges wWIM 4W out. an' Isers are
entortafsiatlast tha ewstrwori mwhiph
ouaik It' it!,a'lt'awit:. walesr, wll be
fkoode, and rbthe splyof drlnklau Vse
tlo shot tiff MIany familiesWO
been cirlpac trint tne lowliteida,
The Tautcht andi PatIt rivers have
washi id at the city dyke at Dayton,
In western Washintoo river are
nnoWtl94, vid t 1he irets art sWill
[rising bul little dansus h s reasitect
on far .
Trolp Gerviise et fStandstill.
Train oervlro In thso neghwsbxrad
of Valls, Walla and from I u'wiftn
Northward Is ao a statlablll
The pfuspectss arq lthat C414lh1me
thPIghoIA t (he three "oe* will e
vw nehead of btter.
A68ewdig to the l faw firrst, a now
sem W%4US made Its AppWse of
OSnouvr Islani d uuniw myorsai,-, it
now mOi"g aeras" he ate. e aWth.
OW. simtsuet will rausgnersl rain, all
ftlhriugtiil the oil.lei,


Theeds, Stopm Had pecplalpt a ff.*s
UpOR TWOs We,,.
Now Yoak. Wlrch 1Ifc llebp
1184"B Siaeiraonflt 11taigt, vivid
I 1 m o td I% *etuwi e,'n muMrofatl
IM 111011 11W* a ho h,%4*04 was
4W b Ait 1I~ loh's behle t xP she w"
eIR1116 sArMae")Ie reus.y l 400 Us.
dot Dle'mas. a surew ms eivvsf is 6
aeries bally, to lo ha n ases s
silgupi selide lby Ithrnsllgadkmel?
*ON a wiadie.
Wh in14#2 lct,.Wn saw rho MNfut.
Ifu"g 1114111is ili Era''rnrr a sOdrm.
do became Wlfosi, tIrt asres fs,"
ah w". 5e'ffoputp in f"40fotIfh the

OU19 by inumbos fof th rawt;r
S Utbroetng %erwauf t. F"h& ,plav
SOl. S~b. we renau040I rte '. altt
(IA Ward at eWeAes

111e1psoSer" WND"OGes'.
h~oIIt aI ,, nareh I: ""rho r
PWof mela01440 4WPr4shuWte foflb*
hAlW ?WSort Nest a 19'.t0ho
I*5use hmmm. a tories In 9"
mel Ope'em o a 4v ofia "t S
04 tome fAe 60 ri. -,.o 0.1.ow -.7u

upaoh ert .d W51POS 64"S W .
rI" 944toe hwsr 'h T he d *
O@&ftfr trompag to Nobb- e
11111190 9"4"4%4 %Wow" hill, get
"WOVOW 144 as(L11
)- rmrw~*4 k t" d t 06

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- Fr-em JemepS Sei~g Wo).

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1Jti. PLORIDA. MARBCH 18. 1908 '.

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'S SE I OtCH f Ot O S",D T'IK.
i I PIOO 11s s1111 -The" -C Cere k
OF TO HE A. ,, I ,or 00-081m Finds.,
S ISe IeO, March I1.-Never in the
of t ity ket ei ntement
b-a e great s" wh. It become so
Xtany Delegates hro 3rvyy 8*. auYw r haows that within is mIlem
tion of Florid w The. in r H eds oM o pM ore wlah ox-
Pert minint am deuiug will prove
'lsher thae sa yhb Cr*ppl Craek
MEETING* A GRAND SUCC ESS a e'r GOa M aunovered
SreMsh t r th wme of the strike
t Was Almost a Love Feat of Thoee k te anum eves o( the y.
Who Partlolpted, As They Felt They 1 1a @1Sof o U st a tSt 2% p
Were ore In th Came of God and TI & Meld me Usne. m anl mgat pro.
Cem Ity-Tdreed of mePr orat wor tot
With a tla number of delates, d o r ed of t of Work S
Ia S I oot far die aew camp sal
eatemo d d ad dOladies prATO seb of oaeerm l* p wrrk hero
lan, I. attendaime the ft a1mam aT1 M faoey prsoc for bork ande
seston f the AFlorid Aad-eloon TE I Fta to et o thi round to the
Leaue, of which Ret. We R.' Lawbert __ hqestt potslble tame.
of ths d ty ts ptelda t, was s Cmp~e ar lw rbag est Po fm here to
to order at the Tabers le Toeeoay fw l nations wbret hamve bme stak-
evenlig at 7: ooclock-ead t wua wd eut la the lst few day*, aed e s
en* of the hapet ab t in te No tamination. Ip has taken on al the appear
vYe of many people. The big Taber. o sacn of a malami. enter, where a
ota seemed to quiver with de Requiresno scalding-out. Otur or more manidn t hUa bee the
sand satisfaeton, as the sweet OU L thoeht of and ast dickseed
sonp Mad eloquent ple lan behalf of bUsel i. bldsee.
tempernsoe and the abolition of the Us s ce O residents re recalling the
salooa from the land wer raised to Col ps ces of a band of splritualist
the large audience pre t. There Cold storage in perfection who, fifteen eare agn, ran across the
werp delegates present from the a me le .i on which the pf'sent
erfr dlt from thect ventilation. strikess1-av'cenn rde*. They attempt,
most Important to the most remote d to mn, t.e quarts they ond on
tiod to minte quart they found on88
sections of te tate nd the sterst n t- ithe surface. but gave up, their at-
meegta of the frst session wrh a t enpts a short time. declaring on
grand union and lo'reelan among Hardwarej r their return here they had been warn,
tha,.maay of w n had beenformerly i d NarnuwaewCo *d by "spirits" to leave tie mineral
eaquAlnttd, and huany whom many had Wate Ceelere and Preers. uamoleted.
never sen before; but there were no The assmy show this surface ore
formalitles, and it did not require _-_ to range in value from S to $7.000
long for everyone to fol perfectly at to the ton. Prom ten different a.
home, after the meeting bad been well R. H Barnett says an average value of $1,500 a ton
oiled with the spirit of enthusiasm. 7:46. "State Leglsaltlon Needed, was found. The ore in porphyry
The enveatlon wa opened with do. and Why"-llon. J. N. C. Stockton. dikes from 300 to 600 feet In wldth
Vetiocal exertcses, coaduted by Rev. 8:30, Addrese-Oov. Robt. B. Glenn and exteoding for mlle se ro the
T'to' P. HAy, of the trst Presbyte. of North Calarina. Metiea border luto'TAwer California.
ea bhurcb. Thie was followed by en 0. J. Kennedy, wll kow lan Col-
address of welose4y Hon. Christo. MANY DEATH SENTENCES. ordo and Nevada as a i mlnn engl-
pher Matbesm, epresetlnUg May neer, rmerly weretary of the Wash.
er W. RL Thomas, who ls suffering Large Number of Peelons Condemned ItaNlB ate ldug Bureau and o.
from that trouble. Mr. Matheson In Ruia. ter of'te Anoborl and mine at
stated that he believed that this meet. S. Peteburg, March 17.-A large Cripple Creek, declared that be was
ts was one of the odeends which nmb of d ad halloen t O Gas .lle,1. which he bVand In various prta of RsLu a. greater producer than either Cripple
daoed not only the beat Ihtterior city Those who will suffer the eM pe Creek or loldfield.
te but the very best morality cu ten robbers at Krem t.
ol the State, but the very best, moral ehug, foulr rAbers at Kiev, threo men STOP THE STRENUOUS LIFE.
ly sad otherwbe. He told of the great o mde an attack upon the post.
bMJing and benej to the city and e at Prookurov, three brlgands at Weakens the Tisues and LeMons
ItN people the driving out of the sa. Le4f, a asset at Kartvo aud two Organle Vitality.
loons ad worked for GOalesavile poltlcl prLCaoere at Kursk. The stress and strain of the strenu-
and thanked God for the change. He At Yekateriaburg, seven men were ous life in both city and country tends
felt sur that never aain would the satenedl to be hanged snd one to towards stomach troubles. Five peo
people of GJneosvlile thnd this commuas I hprionimnt for life for an attack s r to wher n tn
y bo e d with the prerutu of N. aes o ple-ster today where one did ten
Ity be aed with the presoene of sa. UpoN tbe countin house connected
loons, the sin and obscenty of whict with a mine. the poprty of one of years ao with sick headache, ftzi-
could not be fully realized until after the .nunclllr' of the epem re. Des, flatulene. distress after eating.
they had gone. We are living in a ----- sc before the .ey bloting. erv-
eman. moral. Christian. God-fearing A haby ousness, sleeplssneu and the many
town now, whleh was a blessing to Bhould be sunshine in the home. and ot wh o symptoms of indethston.
every man, woman and child In it, will be If you give It While's Cream troublesad that mean at east twoch
whether they realize it or not. \ ormifue, the greatest worm medl- toub three an tat nes vlle and other
As the most Impressive v- idence el ever offered to suffering hu.a to shod ue M n stomach
of the benefit derived form Iprhlbl- m illty This remedy is beom- tablets Nothing else i as safe. yet
tio It is cited that the records of the Ing the permanent fixture of well elective: nothing else can be so
city tax asaesor show an Increase tI re,ulated households. A mother, thoroughly relied upon to reeve all
vsluatton tour years prior to the time with children, ca't get etalo without troubles from lndigeston as Miena.
sal*s were abolished to be, $0000,. a bottle of Whte's Cream Vermlfae 8o rollable la M I sas In t rative
while the Increas ta valuation forti the bouse. It s the purest and best -sion that J. W. McCollum & Co.,
the ow years aucceeding was W medineae that mosey cam buay. Sold with every let bos they all. gv
e wether the guarantee o refund the money un-
ar wteteer the adod la a bese*t
or a deothaeat to a common lty. P1ll Dead In the.Rea. les the ready cu e.
Rev. W. A. Hobeo. D., of Jath Xsa. 0., Marc% 1T.-W he
Maite, reenaponled to Mr. MathbeeaL'a Sted )a the baeny t whteh he Alleged Meuw Captured.
a4d(as t a lever. eatertoaaata ad a n to o the Tpe.o. Os., Marc l?.4
re in clever. teml a r Joseph Suarrow, a aged WIl ims. a aegre who to wanted to
tapressive manner. Ar woe beo ws r tho ,orh Tayor corty dr th mwde o a
After reettng from ehurck sad nI te e m. t a wsyth e anr a wkt ps, t ae mr et ta
teO pefta e org antlok the coci et Me | Ue w- alme sa thie city by the pyllee. 'He wm tab.
vestr adjr unU Wed esdy hi bo y ai tIo te et bees sk ea bokeh by th seortis d that ee nt
morlan at 10 o'eIlok. hwe at I we lsad by a |paseu,. eatd wll be tried at wMe. Ftr c
Td a lyseJlag will eM-m I the seatrhtie
o I tu Eti raperm ilivd aume. to take the priMeMT to Perry trW n
The owg s rgra ork. Man IT--* gialNg keepinGT. w a re o hi.s
will be certed out today: Maty afterea sad prtta daly erptre of 530.
MelIn, matW March 1H. Wlle ple p era Ja- *
r0e: Devtoltal netlee*-Rev. ob Seabefer wIN -a toa a *ere of aeenagle WhiNe Um Dimee.
T. J NI.ts. 18.3 balk Mu. 'b!itard at an ptoal Jactsartva ll., Mret l.--
10:IS. Appottmeat of oCommatteea ~C Tbe eet will ptay 400 0 a patent at Ceatl Uh
,., r ......,... ,tt,, w. V..,L Ms e afternom and 5 eM iptat for the i mM bere. ed trf

lifd" N. tloppe I praticing kr bis match with I food wrsmaatsm le .141m"t a a
s As~ftI~om LsA.~Ae I'M II Wp u mNT Cho IS 2 ch 1 amplee aar.- s be Is Is ewem
Led by key. 0. 1. uma and rm sII aJ n,. aa he hee IatblntlIss
lI~~efn t I I pince CUrbto IN $ TO 14 DA doesmay. IM A A ( Mlu
&I-, *. The (orru Inu"eneOf PLSUEDNw TO 14 SAS, sheld 'Vb eb ese ted t
fto he aaom asOur Clyi 1te All (iPAJ90 OlNTMdEN'T Is gmuanteed tO bhopital stat from blame W W as
ALhS533. cur say cas of I lkabs. N .. lUseed. 4 w yow,*ts yof g
II riPnaMadtug Pilo lutto -4 -YI
Afteenee! or ose oteftd. Sk. Weaps ombas at N"Ie.
3:55, EIew@Uaina ~rtet -Re'v .AL V rr~ l IbO 1- iaM Ce4 pr,
M&.r"ma %V ASft'm &"" ) a.

1:l1 4 t.be. itt of CthnlstIa rad,
moral Fuose to 10t. v I nall Olint)a,
ar~tiftsaMoremont frw Aursucltu
&Wadl ieftrm led h b) N J W

= ~ ,The 3b# Mailk oa the c ('I
r to Ow An*.bloi Loguw'-iULv
Minase %*eI.
3 1~ 0l.niebs".T"rvwlapoCWl Use-u
atw* Lad by Revs. ) A.Kant
ad w it Dods*e.
4:6k tee
3:55. D'I)

iWsvwa-n wo-wf"Pm wmwwv
An~c'res Urtier .4 t'lted Wgtrv pi
srntsmri i *. ~r tierjld Is ?aw'cr 4
lode and it*e frnUllA s of 5 apuly
CaaaSta's *wiL&Arth4a

UIma. RiSA r- %V4 old %a% a
*rho w a t "t I L ii.
h-os bboolog tnarule Sy she
tva parus to at"La Pub
IwI", i ft *"Jet LAO.

Want a v U. w t P y d
a-a M I a dpwtaP -- Ask i- N
Want It?Ia -Wq% bMV-AsloS
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Don't Stop Bowling or

Coxey's Army Begins Maroh.
lan Fronclwco. Cal., March 17.-A
vo..cste)e oxev's army of Caliornia
will start from Oakland and 8a ran.
elico Monday for Sacrameto and
will be joined enroute by unempoyed
men in touch numbers tatit It lan.
nounied tat fully 1,000 will be In
line by the tirm, they reach the stat
capital., according to a s*atemet
made at Cakland by members of the
colony. Arriving at Sacsamento, they
Intend, It Is aid, to demand of tbe
state autthoritles certain measures
whJch they believe of benefit to them.

Good Liniment

You will hunt a good while before
you find a preparation that Is equal
to Chamlerlaln's Liniment as a cure
for muscular and rheumatic pains, for
the cure of sprains and soreness of
the muscles. It is equally valuable for
lame back and all deep seated muscu-
lar pains. 25 and 50-cent sizes for
sale by all druggists.

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NEW ooo06...

ad ISON FUCM t4.
ws" our OWDIS&
Vezmwma sewa0. a 0 an Men It
*bmu. alKa MlA weanPh order,
wprouia&"*am so
Gabsoavilbe Pulda

Allcbua Colnt Abstract Co.

Perr y. Oolmos. PMe: J.W Dudbw VYcI
PRw B. S.. Clohim. 0.4rom.

We do an exclusive Abstract busi
ness, with facilliies for imparting Full
Information cooanting the Title of
any and all lan. .n Alachua county.
All business transacted promptly.


We it. i ivitta. k. 1 r to vall at the '-inwvgr office, SNorth Side (if
JU iil 'lriih Ii t, Pivv ipurt 1Bed-the niii'st pe'rfect combins-
tio NA ,,t'r. ,I U q mltt tI-,tI. li. t phiste,*ri Iin tirst-claw manner--L
Aet.l r 'riliCr inp m wat aiul1 an:l k. Iank ju tin g the nwat comiifortable 11 You can
itiaagi:io'. kIi ltnrt t u. r li' Dthe r i-cal l I m-n\.im.irt I eh- It In cum-
The !-t r-it 'I rri- (C'hai r, it h f---it .et, w.1- i m ply rfect.
('4 'F IN \kI EXANA M'I THIEIM. ".~cral dilU*,nt styles on ux-
hihiti-in Price ry ri-a-4 'ahat %-e'nd %~or. I or ka cardto

R. BASSK Age1t, E3aEt aostaicSL,
AndtI Ie %illl a..1) Yti ll uit t 'aIM .;14- I(4 l1PlOI qta"ry, entm of ditfelelt style'
l'rictt at411 all inf.nIMaticaM n ecC ry.

ILo Miace 'Pbvn* 574. I Ocean Street. JACKSONVILLI LOSDA

Portable and M%*Uomea Be-
tnee sad boiers, 5Ie-ue,
Wood-rorki s up M WsI MW
supplWt..Goupis 0 U~se Se'.
rid in stuci.L.Abl
Wrt4 tort aI90o8.4.IWS;
Aigpott Inv I%* OLD$ OAS

Like a

s 0

r .\drift. l.Ilph1l-sa and hope-
?. ,*-- it ,I.- average man
Vl ioi -ultllenly finds hin-
-lf t*.reft of wealth or a

CI *1 Tie'e ',' rteamn of
[1I:): I~- withom t in-
l.li~r~!~ i c~ ".Jllnie wo
e'aa, i it. to yout
r. t.' 1 get your


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At Meeting of Iooday Night
New Orwin rc.a Introduced.


That in to Say, They Will Not be Re-
quired in Future to Make a Depoalt
uarante When Bidding for WorLk
Other Important Ordlnaeese.
The Council met pursuant to ad-
Jourameat, of March at 7:30 p. m.
Friday, with Preeldest Broome sad
Aldermen Bunch. Cannon and Misxon
ie attedance.
Aderman Broome moved the rec-
ommendatlon of the committee on
claims, reducing the assessment of
Mrs. J. W. Bennett to $M0, and that
of J. W. Carty to $300, be accepted.
and the Collector be instructed to
make the change. Motion carried.
Alderman MIxaon moved that the
Ordinance committee be Instructed
I) bring in an ordinance amending
ordinance No. 142. being an ordinance
r-'gulating plumbing, as to the $50
r0,quired to be deposited. Motion car
Alderman Bunch moved to adjourn
') 7:30 p. m. Monday, March 16,
' hlch wan carried.
Monday Night's Sea *on.
The Council met purmlant to ad-
journment at 7:30 p. an., withthe fol.
lowing present: Piesldent Ilroome.
Aldermen Bunch. Cannon and Vidal.
The request of the Board of Public
.Works'to have an ordinance drawn re-
ucing the width of sidewalks on
West Main strret Bouth from Ia-
soulc street from seven to six feet.
Vas, upon motion of Alderman Hunch,
deferred to the ordinance committee,
have orillinitce drawn.
The chairman of their street commit-
tee, to whom was rc-fmrred the matter
of the IAlIghtiin building on West
Main street. j,,iported its dangerous
condition, and r-comtiiuneided that
rdinance be dnrwn requiring owner
ti, place same In better condition, was
reelved, anil tdl' crdinaucre ordered
Alderman (aimou moved that the
president appolit two men tn art with
Alderman V'idl ln Inviig two niul's,
a wagon and harnl'..s, at a etot nIot
to exceed $42.5. Motiulo carried. and
the President appointed Aldermen
annon and Tlunch.
Alderman ('Canncon mnovd that the
chairman of the str.*'t ronmilttee
fy the ii;.iror (f the damage that
being drneta tito t tree'.S hv measou
wlres In'llg ait tlrli'hd to ;anie. mand
ang that omni aact ion le taken to
Smedy o i.iiae M oitlio carried
Ordinance No 1.'. lhli., n In ordi
to pro ide for the I ulhig of
certiflentes, a pIrodided for by an
a approved February 1., 1907.
reach and Ulpoll l mtionl ofA AIder
llunt h aladpti'd. Alderman



be tr~ ti Iiby ww
hy -CItmu. (. u# a aitr .4 mbw
)1( hs'&blg a in m mu tl i. 0
- Iy e~t ad' bo sobi

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ow N&o, y"asIn 1"Ad ~0 ow
duahub sinai~L Mo h V'o et
- ..ddr~r

MAO you Sak If vE

I whIZ you muot havt

of Cod Liw OWalum
carbon bthe Msdiud
tissues and make yon
Wml a"d mwtmbi I

SSmall sully tn dom
whudON( i

AN msiss ud PA.

Bunch moved to waive the rules and
place this ordinance on tts second
reading. Roll was called, and every
member voted aye, and the ordinance
was read by sections and adopted.
Alderman Cannon moved that the
ordinance be engroswed. Carried.
Ordinance No. 15. beint an ordi-
nance to a mend Section I of Ordi-
nance No. 142, regulating plumbing.
wan read the first time, and uplmn
motion of Aldrnman I unch adopted.
Alderman lunch moved that the rules
be waived, and ordinance placed upon
Its s ecod reading. Roll wns called.
every member voting aye, and motion



An experlmcet In cattle4ee0qit ;t It
wI:! probably be of great In,: ,
*bc ttock'tme f v the State i
nl tcarrlieon at the Station lV'nr
sets of four steers each aem 1 izt.,l
on different kinds of ratlamc, a:n.l ti(o
results studied. Thee sets ;;i. as
nearly uniform as possible tht, titl
weight of the heaviest fbWr i(;t, ring
from the weight of the lighte.t four
by lees than one hundred pi.otus.
The lrst set are betag fd onu ctton-
seed meal and hulls: te seroid on
crabaras, corn, and 0ott ee Ie meal;
the tW i o velvet bmeaU cr;araon
and corM; and the fourthaet I o ctton-
seed meal, corn. and mall t was
sought to Bnd ott the valee ,,r oone
pound of protein of velvet lwkrua a
eompaied with cottonseu d menal as a
rodueer of tissue and aeulni.' aind
also to ind out the relative %.ali~ of
silage and crabgrasu hay ba ra1 iro-
Present Indications go to prve, tihat
It In twice as expenaslv to prllrcr, a
pound of beef from cotta~e'r'e visal
and hulls as It Is t prautlbe ,a i,,nd
from velvet beans, cralbgrnle. 1 u
corn. In other words Isf a' ,-t 40o,,
nomlcal for cattlewnoen to use' i 1,l
anced ration."
People Illterrete'd in this ir!
ment are Invited to vldt the :' iit,.n
lKach pen Is labeled to Abh,\\ t llt
food each animal receives. 'l I .wti
supplied is welghed dally, ., 1 thI'
estprs art weighed w'eklyA

was carried. The ordinance was then I "
placed on its second reading by see- r. I Vinter, ou the StaUon
tons. each sectton being adopted,. a.M Orlando. ),l.tld, and
ter which the ordinance was adopted at which place' i i e rryi.
as a whole on second reading, by niun ir)ti tml lat in lt In r;.tlltvg.
.A A. IA r "A-_.h. *riums.li

tion or Aldermnan Cannon. AlauerIna
Vidal moved that the ordinanoe be
ellurond. which motion was carried.
Alderman lunch nlov( d to idjounln
until Wedneilwday e\,nl nc March Is,
wnlch notion w a: c:arrlrl,


Deputy Sheriff Walker Took Two Of-
fenders to Rawls A Co. Tuesday.
lklputy Sheriff I. '. Walker took two
prlaomne'rs. Jotines at'ut Fred Il llI,
both coloreIdl to Ita{lh & 'o the I ..
een., ()O;ila, Tues.l>.
Jonei. ai yc(nlg o'oloretl lini, tas'
convicted tn JIutice EKverett's enirt at
Wl'crox Ilin)II a 'chnrg, of '.c':-'d< Wuponris., aud got $10)) fnlie or
three months.
Hall, as was noted in The S.ni of
Tuesday, wan convicted before .Ial-
tiee ('A.Nwell t Alachifn for petty la Ir
(ny,., and he must erc' ,-ix 1 !mntiths.
iIn lIdfault of a flnre of Stli.

Death of Mrs. Strobe.
iMrs. lawnwt re Srtroi, Ilail S uiiny
afternoon at Ir ihome :" nlmit elxtht
mlih'tls w '-:,tl a (a4lli' illh' of Ihc'U

Dlectased had niany friends throuih-


l)r HIedd wIII on next : na
iretach the Ile'al. ureate i .,n '
the Wa'uchlula Illgh Stlhoiol rCe :' ,(e'
i nIIIt. --- -
Ho wuch lnt'ere,'t %was in i, 't,'md
In the Kgame of hCI'eball bel' 'ii the
Faculty and the E xperimqat il s olr
niaff that it 1i probable 41 cown'l
,.i u,' I IIl b, playcl shortly.

Ik not forget the "Open II i nt
the I'mlvermity netxt Friday aI hl t',i-
%, allieer will Iw' foand at ti,- siuare,
UI) take vilhtorM out to the fruriildt.

This Is Worth Remembering.
Whenever you have a cough or cold,
Sjust remember that Ioley' Ihonei y and
Tar will cure It o not risk your
health by taking any but the genuine.
It Is In a yellow package J. W. Mc-
Collum A t'o.

in the Mayors Court.
Ter~'r 'wsre' only tao -esdos IIn
M mulue('tuiI.Tmesawy leirnius
1Illtciten. S hit,', for111 -e 1 'tIfy
dra eon fled $i1) auetl estI.
Jiiii'a ('artiJllias. colored. m harge-'A
drunkennIess., was dlowlbnur d.


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out the section in which she resided.
sil of whom regretted very much her 1b i l
delti. Oh art I I a bLo and loathImolse y,
de. Wherab a dro eofwaUlowing rwie
The funeral wa held Monday after- wn bah,
noon, the Interment being In Joae Wbose banquet shodekl t1i mtrU and
villse crmetery. 'T he
A sad feature of the event was the. T1 a-fL* s "lehlA tlhe saw
fact that at the Utne of her death and Ij dgd m a tal that wIerd at r
funeral her houband was alsu very O el ( toUl a sg d roes par sad
low, and is yet quite Ill. 00 116
V" be& 'amd dark gre WaW
Alke Reevelts WeW i" lA as I I era the Ilo^ ih,
Was sonethag to be recorded ik Tohesa-m ths am od
e analsa of blry. HerWi e htas' 1*"IM1
b"S wwwwledgw the goveft" ON
beesa amowldisge l t asst ,of h S r
bier reulateo. A pmsitie e ... ..
bUMes, headmaes. eaontrupn. e .- W
and fever, .ad all liv eorWpttate
J. C Ikth. IJtUt Reck. Ark.. wrtI:
" llerbe is t he greatest i ver i
etae blow. Have u*d It for yes
It doea the work. Sd by W. M.

umlY 1"s atIFil
lalaraur~mwmL 4 to thi elly of Lbe
sont90w ON mdud Csumpu MW Uwe$
mMws. ab ara P sst the bm s of
the brtde's pmola #A TresI i;,s 40
f ody -t 1 r n .-
Mr. Uvetut Is a r eUa weS la zy
&*eve, &ad pebr Is hi bm j s
Whbi the brWe b a Imgwo f mw fe
bdy W .th Imonh! ads -vow. m s "-t ta
am dke We bea rlft"

ofgoawn*. 3 a ess MW s" Abe bam -e ftado"
I' emem by~ Mrl~ i' *e n. de &
bo NLweAmh # w =. at Pisa m~m, Ar l Owe Isi
won Noun ama hU W -OI46 so WMMUcN At4Wbmu-

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tar'.Wrhs4 rcgirdtne Ieeob Is
BT T82n

amtd 6d I ity lnorativIe
All 14 ominebt Amerlcan ant Ks itg
eeim~salse temtqf'eetm~l.
lUAI* &.%TATE-- C.l'la. LOANr
It. V OOI.F, K Fla'l. or Bell PYIKMIP


Aslk ftr iit
F1aut Florida 'ekleone (Co.
-Lon0g Distaqce Systei--

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Fire, Life and Accident

#1 11'r e'lci~ at d Iwo$


Gainesville's New and Upbtdo~te Hotel

ru'trei-t IRittes $2J awl IuI p.

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10 At Gainesville1

Thursdaynar, Mirth
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s iltl *:e ilia I V f [ I'dorr'ite %tititaiii Tlme I'lirivoire f -gi~iiaev cc111 Hausk
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XNa~m 0wruidso anAlat rTweupait .4l'wwmjusg 9.uuss% A Ilseol Peer
Isoomhalow Wola umo, jto'I@W4 HAM. :.o Lanpo "As& i, ~ eelm W wh
1,NyjIAI.Yr, 'lOw I-roellui 6, SOAh0 JARK X tb* IM"p I(Il aIIM
tahliIbA In A&,w-rsw.--he i olive Weel gf %*m in tsghr~ hai & eMlh. 14
" I I. lI '1i' owt.Ir th*e I e4 ftr, f tollbglh, %A ww.e .jI llt ji V 1 1L4flo duI
anm Wneew ti ~clr~ ,imbals Trily Wemdmst. lqd~ ?m~J~u smI Armlr

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P'mgvm.. '4 Aetl r#&Im ,'"snol Iaiei eAwluo aorryllow

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cONT A\~INS tr vlviwe miune muair, tmare leor
amt Imm~inte-v'ji (ualto a Iim tn I lit kory Asif W t atowl-

pH hrri Brewn-Jenimp Hardwood Comnpa

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OPFPsic roa NOAsM .,

SU Awy&" aU m a, ubiNam*d s go.IJ qt .
g M .iPtdis asys, a hr a iw hitbtO eri)
smUE wtoamy "t"eo fba VOW, aw, -yop
-s, tr asters ate mot.l atlbsMs
i1e r i Jw )r a & ave wd.otr e tps
t e ," orp et r( eI vt at l* v to

k EmAi o.at 4w&teu fac0 bl9ast
Mui paper,
ga v *pr eI, pe SIded 9i7I s n e

SlEIy. a4 estate at O ew a ttd
Swe- lI, a te dl aw 0mC Pn MAI xbe
,, po9 s tee fr to ay r 1 o f N

rr+ boom -re nu pe ,
OUeNorcoe eftog NOW as 8 1 n4ot ad 2 t

Buno pMpolMt dtho toMalrl
be e Mituled to wpay 1 rd agtl'
90eM o Ad4of Tno oUS, K
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S The days of the Utti Presidental
boom are numbered.
Senator Joraker m ys e is not east
down. No; thrown 4 "

S BusinesP appes to be reviving
eorywbere eseept la COress.
"Uncle Joe" OCanao love tbh, ides
eo tartC reItlodt wfth a Sedly
hatred '

The Unele Joe Casioa Pmt9l.l
toom most be uasi a moket
powder. ____
eantor Bailr "eo ia Ro terOlt as
1 prty blood tonoe but a pOUt .Qga
itStw. _

The poet rae doeag tbeir best to
Steau* the Watorl Bureae to beo
t ve tbt srDan bgh esar.
Certa a naval offlon who declare
tbat tkhe navy h s oms ddete
u',t hav read tho (u uer.
Vvea with "I God We Trust" re.
stred to our eaota It will still be
esoomeary to butte tr a living.
Our up is beings b ltolo but au
Mlag as our warhips ar able to keep,
the armor aOne above tMhe *ak and
the goun working It wUl be all right,
weOs't It?
For a malefaetor of reat wealth
Mr. Harrlman Is dohig pretty woe.
t arL you. He ham Just bought th
stock of the Georgti Ctral railroad
Eu'or U,3,,OOo.

Goveror JosJo obaeoa of Mlan u
os t ays he will not racept the Dew
S1 Oetalnly will aot. WlUai J. as
iespsed It Bat.

WhIle be may not be reepembti.
o the late Basme lual "paUe," Re
vt Is uadonhbtly th author of It
Il, tlea rol sow dsturbig eoe
te o 0. o. .wnret .

itr Dre DuNworn dec ars teat
grty -ale are at | eo
Iag mehais hamtty tho hele ofr
18two mihtyl *i ev le.l

Mrs. Het Oeoa'e greTeuead view
S sast Am team h iness marrying

S start a Htty Ore rlloetlmil boo11
S were rmeh tbta perttedm thiL
sglbalba May 1I all eatoa tI
1 br. Noeb wlU beo Qi caly It
Iapyht from T a. m, to T p .This
w iesoedl the uma woh waast "to

The tarti pla4na ul o ut .. .. the lotfo of ju thway for wemo _- "---
adboruPd 1 et n I ncid n ent oocdet orredl YOU AFFORD TO TAKE M?
that end, for the| uetlmnvoledis YOU AFFORD'
sot tar ref butb how, me ?oMly utreuth p.T
'ressonable p ime a tros to s., of Irish wit. but renders
be protected t s owg dd g a indputabl nple Itnoh
marifg the c seduls w m wqltt atthoesob. y v h been
plBak should atl any t4 m0, o$ at athe rttom of afive.
an pe t t te sl t the htb e of a h* I
M the is Ct" W& 1* Vel bedted, l ootsu shaMt, whe a tremend'
testeo~dle %h oo o P sea eqloAsion brought him lying to
atUe meo aibtb Oae d eo u tohe ias "load of dus t and debris.
o oi4r 1L' trado t * t a NCM PWut t i, n9IIoId I o
te t o lo b e" s 6rowd ed arona d him
T o n pOe e b oa tert pthe s '5 the causen o1 eA R P
uWeta will evMatly ave thq i*mo Ila' bMut Casey's only *plastM"G
of the "rea-cble prtan" tad s al o ''ou n't keeap a good man
know tow a uwre seble they am be.
blueb ris of prowl" ofateptiter a nd tMe biographies of many of our
trrt Iform. gret e bristle with exa ples of
_L .... _, IW lftha t burst tlhe bound mad
A SHORTSe HTE D MISTAKE oof M a 6 seeming limitaUon. At the P hR MA -TL CUA
-b ae 6f thirty Owen Kildare could a -ol er *i A ^t
3ow shortsighted ad a our ed er read nor write, but nine years -PFll
oepdbolUan protectoieut r stem. t later him the author of sever al H
have beal They nave tlrow sway tiUbook .agI.D KNOW THAT rPRE
the imde of bmltthe continent thy a Vio-Pra.dent Henry Wilson went OUND f P CONTAINS NO S l
04d tro vofbl to ooot U b aOUhSUPinb t$ PA r of. e $In e lor M An mAi Qan1
liegh'ar tax sohigh Otht n to o o only one month In eery NO hONSTIPAt HILDRN AND LL 9 Y
0oi trdewi to a limied wieo, =nd at the end o4 eleven years CUE ..OUP A.D WHOOPIN. 4:25
tent. ad alo wt refu n to mode* of had work. received as a recomd. "A
t protectionism by redprty~ pease for his labors a yoke of oxen
To protest h rief Srom our trust pro. and als sheep, which brought him
ducts, C aa4a, very naturally, ws' only e*hty-four dollars. Before eight g C I yteGS
compelled to rse a s lar tari l t ears hd pas ud he made his fanmoues mNIg, #
wall The result is that the -people atelvery speech in the Masa
of both one are plundered by the ehusttLegislature, and four yers
high prie of products that under a late be found hiselfn n Congre s,
tarff for roveue they could buy much to be followed by his being elected gw AND
Cheaper. aVieoPresident.
ebespl. fn a* liorge W Child, formerly at the1 1 LM "TSO bT
Hon. Wam L Douglas of Mae& head of The Pbifdbphia Ledger,
'Cuvsesd la 64 late speech declared started -to work for two dollars per
that, "theor he blight tari tax n raw weL I
la fterials has so heoked the lnduos, id loe oy began life as a newsboy.
tloa W f N gow Nlan t' s a ros m the Grah Creon down to our
"Ito Aanl" of menwatr forel d prom& day conquerors of e es e .Tam a----p
t or n101t and compiled to Iem, thoumb sa of proofs "that you a n'tL
iate." Governor Dooelas is an so. keep a good man down" EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 1, 190

the lRepubian steadpatte have Senator Foraker has introduced a
fmlnd no voie* to rePty to h4 svO bill authorizing the re-enlistment of Leave Gaineille for Micanopy, Fairfleld and lo-
for tarS reform. the se oldiers,who were d ehar- cal points South... ................... 9:30 am
Sed withot,~onor by Prese) Rooe Returning, arrive Gainesville _.......... .... 4:25 p m
daepeodence Leagoe wll ot velt. The colored troop. aro ad to
am ou0'Mr. RoMIvelt Mr. yn or have saved the day at San Juan hill Leave Gaine.ville for Sampaon City,- Palatka,

Tork Amerian, but wIll nomisate a idero we r in trouble, but when It Returingarriveain il
ebail for Proe t. s w om to politic they are g given rnn, arre n l ......... .. 9:30 pl
that Mr. Hearst has entirely out kon old shoulder by their Republean J. B. Cutler, Gen. Supt. L E. Bar)r, Tiaio Mg'r.
fro-m his former ali nations wi th the IBCulepLF I. Bark ,C
tDmocrat.b r Rtepaubcas. r"The Was ington Herald speaker of
Aseording to The Houston Pot, &a the umpire as if he were the goo.e-
Dallas man hba, come home late e factory." notes The Nashville y 0 K9 O 9d 4 1(
seventyeight nights in aucoes ion Amerlean. Well, ortainly. gooe -eg.
With a dfet Iexplanaktn meah oe stand lemons are about the only thing, o. I No. 1No. INo.I No.Fa MO. I No-
~at was ;erfu Isatfactory to jib he has handed the Washington teams Dall Sun Only Dauye x STATIONS DalIl iO SUGOnb SuaOmY DaOb We
wife. A man like that really hto the past; but perhaps we may take
to b o the dploat erve o fs &more cheerful view of thins, so I s A wv a n
o ar as the coming season is concerned. A I aTIo o vie......iA o .....i .Ari4 eA rriv
0toaA da r a8 Arb 1100Ar 3 U Park.40 saw 48 L 0 0 0?9TOS Lv 4 1 S
SSM 4 A r l4 M_.... MaoJuneoal ...... I e i 4A1 48 LT v 00 Lv
Andrew Carnegie declare the Al- Happy thdught--oe yea from now A r iAr ......A. UPe ..... LI.....O... IL I Lv
ortch urreey bill I as alSe make. we will be pretty well over the effects A IL ar e ... .mpnrt .r........ Lv 1 LvS
asht and approve the Fowler il. of inauuration day. C M ade aDo ark for trato amdfrom Ive
l eIt baa PPuy eeltaro eh tb o n oI ..o~ b- I.d I_..1.. .ll4~J. tlorfoac, o, Ar c D Ms Gnleel Peasepol
"" ency e Prency E, -wte the '* O- MA a o"'Pa syead-
pablicats wert so anxious for when P. OU8 nO
rher patl scared theam t of their Lvg o- 1 OPKINS. GM PMEW At lo
ieots Is evidently gone ll tmmaela. TV- o- -

- .j.- .... sAir Line Railway.
Watbl beeesme oe tho .ed.pbeh
hoyiner e hieso k e and. wit
akh hautbs Wh we eradw. It *
tdisea aNm a l, to be cheapeo to

heh t malfle. sd gs an the Ight WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHIL.
"At last1" Oe The St. oto"s Ttse
"-t has altered thrmug the ma lutrm
that h ree hEl the p~ent tTrai Daily: 'tr

n W-S r o -y L r MY 1A = m
cm." But that t~et wat "afde I t
Louls famous Io It'.

We ,er one Hared Dollar ..- Mi IIPP 5
ward fr say cee of Catarrk that ea aebev the n ei ither sI
anot 1 cured by Hall's Catarb Cre.

bee Y irthday" to heels early a cr. i r a aCo..i'eae.i 0.
be We, a* utdnwsrlgd. v kh howi
tCoemr for he at W 1IS 1rs0. and
heeerlms be the Ct5~l thul belieb him pwe1tlv ~oymeable Is all
IH s P. S a MANof at h ft mt C I buabem tnnrausth's. &ad 1bmascaLly
sard be pleased -to bow her biw S to out any hu00 0_WS&
baud Prw ethe beuty ad Sal*I 3 0byWhi.S
hI lay tfsesi. Poor thing! IM. WAII,%O. Kl.\A)i 4 MARVIN.
demtiy she Is bovelessy r4 Whoklea." 1rtugto. Toledo 0
NO*Iall's trb Curwi toaken IstrwW
It WIliaW D. HAYWoed. eie erytarv lyf. aCt ir dOvtl. ma the g b dal
of tho miners' WAs.LOs Is porlmit'' atmew 4tit v kdt y wtmVs
%0d tu alk bm h om&m hma.y IO .~ frs uts1 .A :sP 0
vismc tb ci"tr0 the I'rvm"I'etl ~ tj M by adl &vg&
hue w wbat be vu & bos o wh bei ra w My- pu M cmdj
Cewm im u m aud Us le c!Uell c1t

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Mccdln r'ullman Equipment

The S3I.OAI. FRloRlo.m 1.% It-1[rT1Tw.ajj Pullms. Vg@Ie
tran. St Asgmrtn &a& Judkoirivlt~e to Yor v vi Rickuma md
Wasblmgton. Wtlug CCar 5a8Is c arte 1"r#k-* Dsmblo DM qMg g
$begtag carS. 3 tarf alftd O rist1 Ca r Ume L AMe18g
11:16 a. mftad Jaektoc"i. 1 ? $ p m dalty. Icluij A
V* fulOl tm oeuaatta s and gkogw' ri e sget cal as my ini

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Fifty acres of cucmber
planted by truckers north
ola as an experlett.

aive been
of Poeaa-

Thql ffth annual session of the
Rothlreld Bible Coeafeeee wlU be.
held at Crescent City from March t7th
to April Ith. I
C. F. Howe of Orlando was ooa-
victed of sellia whiskey In a dry
county and sentenced to one year at
hard labor on the Orange county

At.-l soon to bUM a he
new Deglkl sarm the city
gates, at 9 the terrible die-
aster at t t wo aol n
Ohio, this bee ld l vOi be
ballt strictly ire-proof.

Tampa has a new scheme to rid
the city of mosquitoes. They propose
to place minnows In all cisterns
throughout the city and let the little
ash devour the wlgsletalla, from
whence cones the mosquito.

Four blind tigers have been caught
In Palatka recently. They wao all
captured without difficulty. Sheriff
Hower tIs ot after them and It la
thought that the "tigers" will remain
low for a long time to come.

The Tampa News says that three
or four hundred carloads of cabbage
are rotting in the fields in South
Florida because they will not pay the
eost of transportation, and yet nl the
crowded cities men, women and chil-
dren are beginning to feel the pangs
of hunger. Certainly things are out
of joint.-Ocala Banner.

A candidate for a county office In
Putnam county, desirous of preesutin
solid, commercial reons to the
voters for their support, advertises
that he will give $2S to each of six
. certain proposed public utiltiet, if
elected, Including a new courthouse. a
bridge across the river at Palatha.
and certain road. Perhaps the voters
will see a good bargain in this offer.-
A mass meeting of the itisens of
Oeals held Monday night passed reso-
lhtions deploring recent disturbances
the peao ad deomndong that the
eity council at once. remove the pre.-
eat police force, appointing a new one.
The room was killed to Its full capa-
city with the best representative
Seltisens, The planner says. The recent
alleed assault upon a citUen by a
policeman seems to have aroused con-
siderable Indignation In Ocala. To
purge the police force It the only
remedy where policemen themselves
"break the law -Times U'nion.

B. K. Richardson of Nalro sustained
a loss of more than $2.000 Saturday
light about midnight by the deetruc
* ti by Ire of his large saw mill. I-
* dlaIg a paning mill and dry kiln.
aOd it was only by aeeming fortune
ut of misfortune that hisa hose ad
'nmber yard were not destroyed.
ThUe was so mean for flhtlsn the
Sre and necesartly it was allowed to
a its corse, but, luckily, the wind
wa blowlg In such a diretio as to
drive the same from the reeldeace
sad the yards where the greatest part
of the lumber was stored. whlch otheu
wise would also have bhee detroyed.

The West Palm Beach r as
a : "There is o lad a earth
wlhtesmlve brmuag to Ima
'thas a o the Bst Ceast f
The are that e a
care fr ad upervtee a
adva sag muest of meeitV1,
emla. Hleace it is that lseel
eaar a small nav d e i
Bn three we mean te to twenty
Wiu tatw tlre i rl s Ir
and Idverity of mrope o had
iad ad the i al amer t ths
am t of nora will so ig mn sI
diveretr tt W r an pleas ht
that thre wt set b. a mast

the wXht ks special 1.
eu Ma with f arit be'tiW odl
hewn. is the MId pita o the
armer. sad w the pwo we be"a
adoed by the poeorsese *W In
ebb reearvaes rewra

A Pone Phyis
whoa Io .e a pimmat phidot
a WIDS Th as' a
? cbm-O-w-.;&,o otmm& md Uvw
Is O sd ma 41
ivb Newl som

4 psu .1000....... . i:

4 UW s .........,.. 4m
1u pasfteMdh ed............ IM.0
# qm Mae~ *dew..
4 db @uhubr. . 56

3astras ~ ..........
( Nad@& me boo a a

ftabsh W 01.Ils" d
Sou .4 Is. .- --u---s
no W 60. 4 pres .............5
Mae ft". 0 g ........... -
umoo 4 40L 4 ww.... 1.
mmmmft* (I= bow"
b" 4 4Rwft-*.4***ao*#* I

wb~ t '

The Dutton


po one wants an old-f ah-
ith cod Uv w oil prepare
tion or emnlaols bcs, a
Vtd It a amrch better bod

for t idda t eeia children
-a nd ue ob, broa

we w io reto0 t doimthey.

Appeared it6 a od House In Newber
ry, and Were Well Receivoil.
Newberry. Mach o17.-The High
Spring Minstrel Troupe, under the
able management of Wmi. Ilvldiem,
showed tor large and appreciative
audience in the Ruff Opera House
Saturday evening. The minstrel wa
a grand suoraes from the rising of
the curtain on the opening chorus,
"Ban Antonio," to the drop of the cur-
tin on the last of the funny feature
of the rand specialty, "The ive-Cent
Barber Shop."
The feature of the evening were the
oomlcal black faces "Sambo." "Pom-
pey," "Duone" and "Oua," who kept
the audience convulsed with laughter
by their ludicrous song and Jokes.
The white faelo receved mueao a
plause for the sweet songs readered
wth much ebeot.
*WOlie Hall, the black-rfaed oome
dian. was the recipient of much ap
plaus In his specialty and brilliat
parody on "Teddy and the 'Coon,
Coon, Coos.' N. Davidson and R.
Witherkpoon were others of the come-
dians that the audience appreelated.
The fourteen members of the troupe
expressed themselves as being well
pleased with our town and the nioe
manner In which they were treated
during their stay In the city.
400,000 Damage by Fire.
Lyoa, Prance. Marer 17-The fire
which broke out Sunday alght In a his
bleult factory here and which pred
over a block ef but iagf co'erory .2
eare. was gptes uma or atrol whei
1400.00 dsalage had beu dose.


11111 -e-- ,....l e Wd a O leher na8
me aUew Wheet Ole,
The anest eeetoer of a tfemle fo the
sweetit mile of a female mouth, ltem
semehika If the iead hto drowned with
meat hair. mea asa fantnlg hair, It I
now knhewa eaIs ed by a parseIte that
berrws late the mtp to the root of the
air. wer e im g the taItt. 'Te
tie wh i emoe the oem tUrews up ta
bIerrewit W earned adr To eeM
f M P ruaa hata. the and to eo
Mult oef t eshale lhateera y,
the de*a t esem an, et eS ega 9
to s iee- smLI same d 9StUe O
.the flBaI r a& wmai g*1->

A rslnAUiUNQ sHOWS '

Thl i-ll-4 Attreion Will Appear
En I alleevllle March 19.
The splendid reputation of thh (;rat
Van AmbIerg Shows I 4o, tir.ly >s-!
tabhled hait noae will dubt thoe
gemaulneaes of the promi,'i nmatiid.
and no one will be dliapl year he how haa been 'kilhrted ),
aa to rank with any ten~ti ors.ni,.-
tion on the olad. TIuS au t of dol-
lars have been apet In itilroving
every departeat.
It osta about 2,500 a (i;my to run
seh a big ctrcus. The r : >r o I'eO-
pie with the show, bhedes :I ad ancee
1 ena, ntracting agta iitil bill IRl't-
ore with the advertldIag car .
The Van Amhurl Circus c<;rrhte> 300
horea and 30 polek, thr' lot valued
at $00.00. The bit adl lit tl, ,-1
phanta represent a folrt~a. in them-
With the monster shbow i its own
nilnlter, surgeon, bar!* -. black.
smiths, electricians and ottrs
No one who is not in touch with
the treat show cant orm n. hian of
the Immensaty of It. It In a smuill city
In itself, constantly on th miove,, hiut
with all kinds of moehanllltl proviso
lons for Its running.
One thousand pounds ,f nueat are
consumed daily in Its crllus 1lining-
halls, to a y nothlg0 of hiarrel oif po-
tatoes and sulilar supplih' All this
was purchased her-two dilalys' sup.
plie for the 570 people. iorses and
the animals, kitchen ad dining halls.
models of neatness both. In the culi-
nary department are sliloved fifteen
oo-s and thirty-lix Watlrs. heisdes
assistant cooks, meat cuttern and pisas
try eook.
f~A eiroas I a splendid obljelct lesson
th ysteI-perfect systm.
Th is e e in to illll t iing of the
ars and t every detail of the work.
Every man il held respotibhle for his
particular duty.
Mr. Peter Van Amburi. who ao-
ompaIes the clrcs, has '; assistant
on is stafl. His "omle onl wheels"
t ooaeplete, belng prlvwld'i with all
coaeontenwe, eleetrti light .. ,tc.
The laundry bill of the \'Va Amhurg
Cirus alone is $250 per %%'k.
The money carried out of town by
a cdrcus is the extra money troullht
by excurwlonlst who coni tot the
show. The money reeetvei from town
people is more than off't by the
suma paid out here for upplis and
other nededd expense
ThlJ big attraction will appear I
Oaineeville Thursday. March 19th, af.
ternoon and night.

dOven Up to Die.
I. Sipegel. 1204 I N. Virginia 1t .
Evansville. Ind.. writer: "For over ive
year I was troubled with kidney and
bladder affeeton which caused me
mucklb i and worry. lost flesh
and was all run down. and a year ago
had ito.am i work entirely. I had
there ofte best physicinss who did
I" -e ood aOd I was practlally
ives 16to fo& o'eyl* tidae Cores
Sna tland t nat bottle
a me great relief. and after takla
te a ii titlee I wal atiely
--" r- Why st let it hd yoeu J.
W. MOkm Oo.

weal eing b e* ^ ^s b.


A %Stronig Bank,

Giving All Bii1si-

ls tlthat. C'omnes

Ileforo it Prapt

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W. R. Thomas,
C. W. Chase,
let Vl'h-President.
Q. K. Broome,
2nd Vice-President.
aJDe Turner,
ioL'y. mnd Casihler.
Ii--^ --MB^BlI
iW W q WP tfW I

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H. P. Dtten,
C. W. Chase,
J. O. Ntlhola
J. Mau lahy,
L J. Thomas
0. K. Irems,
W. R. Theme%
W. I. Taylor.

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Is Prices

Pleased Pal

ight thlm thoe htyI Um
\whoVl? Inwket-1IH ok yo

I am conjrP~nntivc~lv is stnrllgt'r er1111
practice is gtid ti growing lalr-


iDr. G. S Waldo's Gainsvik
1e sinh IWUbM Eant Moeb 1
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ait Criticism 1it it
)11I rt' hitting.

0116. (11101 day'.


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Event"l. in Floridn'4 ifitury to o RWprodited

st. Austiue Flo., April 1,2 3,'3v0

ttdiiince Spwiimj lest P, Preme'nting
rly lfiot~t inrl ()I St. Atyt wtino.r
Lon"d ft doLust *11U L FUiud" of bymm
IWO & lot by Firum, in
ad UI"ei 3t*% *1
1kca of other s4 54 allfc oka. rOw s Aie A InsO fV4 o

THE Odyl SUN# I Ot i Wu



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1H1 JID" ft MHlaab on the Makrkt
K Ys (u61d. bottled in bond
4 Isettl 9 eIs @5

S pi n IMw aIt

"mu umtoIi of It "
-awl 00 6 "u. I 4A*l~
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ft"Mwk ee"wme CM" 4
pas l4t .::.0.
870=m. 4 ens...SM
hu.ma Fiew I Iwo


Rio er Pftgb OW Hawr
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Llarch 1.4f*
ag witba anemws MW00
of one ofthe BWL'
In the newest form atOW

among tIe atudmi Of te
scsLula mlah o tltoe
Matr. wvia d~syWeapone ft6.
addene of WWaOr, of omer.
nThe o *adts at at at a s ost.
eve SO sd r~d o"t a Mg.

auo paom m a oft of

iOfd amgee the Sam"
I%& ht 00 3 wad Of a

mom ataI* ba#~41 b 1" as

d'th arm Aug .' me
?'.eSrAMOof having been Imin.

SwearleSIett dee, e0110"

' Is prut y erle -ovr rthoe atte-ap

Lurw d d itsdmi isye

f youafErf bm wbubeh, therio
OWmewar tole M

at Oao AM* new o
The persL wLM te the Lk 1V6
A bed bask usae u ski seu
deaIem e, baw *ushr be
mb ir.rI'rtIYS~' '

ua1: I usedL Irpm% P1~k
Oad aa

kW*de. MR 9 0law~V
wmbosiaom* se nd
WIa an ~u~ifI

Ja. I d u4m 2

what 4 tA OfI W112m Of edeA
Siw the 21 or a
C b uof be am wt
f _~)10oared mer
in a ipy sho gm
5515 bya deralers Ivie Nrr
*a"ililr 041
Now yrak sols a" teatUit
Ibse-. ,

POLICE WERE ON HAND. ---ri br f aaae-- ..'e- d
tae in e sa
o Arrested Made, but Their Presence ...... ;
Was D01oonMfleti TRAGEDY AT MARION, 0. C.
CIawoe. Mard ?IT.- a m oldm a-
ian, te anarlhitic lmtwetw, attea Young Man shete Rival and Then
* I adtlw a o be b~,r thapologi i Sw* I-ut Own re aa.
eoeity kdoy to eolallge glfll Colomb, S. C., Marea 16.-At Ma
wihb ro of her b4 o fraest, ron ridayv luther Hewitt, yeam
before the olrt spega olabd oM, shMot Arch Stephs twloa aad
tWllg, tlhrtay4vve or ty pdjl I tUea blew out his own bnai aa tie
sore la plala clothes, statAt lai or reut of a misuderstading cooeners.
mreaalld Jult outside the baJ. ag the latter's attention to a youna
TieO pollcnem id oet my a word ladPy with wlb9r Hwritt was adl to
to lmma Ookldia or any oae eO e, have been in love. Stephens ray -e
bt tboir presence wm dlalomnaetlr, over.
to my the rt. ia oe olbaa, Stephens eSoortl te young lady
after quietly liIMtenla to an adrad home last oevein and Helitt Is ld
opposing ccelirmatn, left lb re the' to have broo+ed over the matter Autil
meting adJourned. r Pofe resere he became enraged, and the IAtotlo
wMere U oomnlg up hal an bour after was the result After bootilg Ste-
ai had te rted. phone In the neck adi tI ti back,
-.. ---Hewimtt hobt himself toi te temple.
General Prank Dead. Walking about 38 yards, Hewitt eaot
Washiatoa, March 17I-rigadier hlmntef a second time and dropped
GOaenl ftoywl T uter Priak, U. 8. Iiad. I"otI men were employed at
A., retUre4, dled at his reldeace the Marion Manufarturing company's
Iere Iaturday In his sestyltthI mnll.. ..

Mr. He wm Ira uaid m .. ...
iary eadenly nl the ola o 'f5t. Pef. H. A. Howell of Havana, Cuba,
1 fIourgh th rpshout theq ivil war, Reeommende Chamberlaln's
0eral Prak was brevetted Ileutes. Cough Cure.
at adoieol r gallaMtry la battle, "As long ago s. I can remember my
teI ich he roe after tie war to mother was a faithful user and friend
Slak of brigadier general io 189, of Chamberlain's Cough Remoedy. but
..Matg a few months afterward. ie
ms br montha Me H mo nver 1 ay life hbae I reaIlloed its
I" ba -to -'- ---tr, value until now," writes Prof.
P. A. Howell. of iowell's Aserican
Listen ohool, lHaana, Cuba. "On the algit
And remember the next time you (ot February 3rd our baby kas taken
safer from pain-caused by 'damp sick with a very severe cold; the next
wamtber-who your head nearly day was wurse and the following
burat trom ueuralaia-try Iallard's night his condition was desperate. He
Low lUnlimea It will cure you. A tvuld not ie down and it wasu nices
plmnaut business man of Hemp- ary to have him in the arms every
stead Texas. writes: "I have uod moment. Even then his breathing
your Ulloa nt. Prevloul to urltig It Iwas diflcult.- I did not think he would
as a great suff'rvr from rheumuat lln live until mLornlag. At last I thought'
I neuralgia. I am pleeasd to say of mly nmothcr's reanody. Chamberlain's
tat now I am free frmn these com. Cough tRemedy, which we gave, and It
pDIt.L I am sure I owe this to your afforded prompt rllhf. and lnow, three
Milmelt." Sild by W M. Johnson. days later, he has fully recovered.
tinder the circumstance I would not
Mush Surprised Undertaker. hesitate a moment in pa) ing that
Lyna. MarchI 17. Ther wa& a very C(hanierlain's Cough Itrnedy, and
Sle airis% un~mrt\ekr In this that only. saved the life of our dear
ity WAtirbiy nilot Ie crtua to the little boy." For sale by all drugglats.
i-ldasee of Mr. Wtllaln llltcheck. ,
, arket n, to prepare the body pay Mrs. MoKeay Tribute.
et Mrs. Prarnea Iamllioa. of Mlll., Naw York. Marrh 13.- Tribute to
tt reioall to her bNm ertty tor la i. t bushlea sabltiy anl useful iac
mrsetlat. He is borti hOe t )in pblle alat' of Mrs. Clare te
WiioMd ernIt et aims at the door II. Mackay hl e been paid by the board
Il ft be t f birlth. The miltake of trade ofRolyn, I. I wher boe
vwa te Lo n a niulnterpretsloe o redi*, to unalmously electlng er to
1t4lehoc ngwtameiso m.rmirshlu I lIhat bhai. Mrs. MaYe

G"l"a DOhAters Cheee. hay th"r e YegriAt l ra ria or So
-% ruo'c% aallt D. Lwlsamdsom
Aths. (Is.. Wah l1.-Tlb. debal snd slare that tinle has baa.ow" a l
we WVW are to Inopinrnt the t in Oro vIlsrr, It m an
4Of ursta, $a thiam hav bdebrh.
VM Nor* Varula lbaeM e b. cab.
411111 @ Ir U l r a onas P .er of the enlth O rtuto TA %tativlY rT u t S Y II It a neW
res ash Y It qtbt~tt. if Aldatisi. hetfdy. an lmIworement oI the la%&
a ofmbe toI be1 JIzJilt &ass The:, tire o (I t logi yau r s, asIt doe I o
Swill bt' jM hi ltvIlk, pipe or naamte and to pleamat to
6 theo Is] qut. ,nsti) t ake. It Ii barmaatoed 3.W. me
oeiillrs a cb

Earun Q qlg*D

7bw i

LaxfftIe Bremo OQuinine
a m l a m ~b 4 ~ t- me Na oI **.

ALkuqs -rrlr the hl aum. 1rd
tahr thb 4gur on eWry Lw. 55.


I iw I ,e Poide o pi a M .nuS .
t L S s .-4v& Ne York,. March IS.-4tr W
IUen airMa by a Jersey wardets "tae Friday In the
i- jat a old etorame vaults of the Merhant
b a1 poml e Refrieratl" i company, Jersey City,
.IS mld d st .w Wld thousands of pounds of plover and
S oi-i ae et. ne mL (at poouee.
tham Mk, M th aM bo iw wlt h The wardenv c me opoen 86 box
SI. ib .I ettierMe n rnak of lblit I* the warhos. Thay took
A. IU, d vpri tor's irtiat wl Ihotoegraphs of the birds fr future v
"nl, h -r la "eW tookai a dW and ealed the boxes.
r tks a o tidal, Matuws The sae for holding over game is
ad to M id to e O toie violMof ate ola ts $ per bird.
._ 'N mtt ti Ucao, t Ift tL three Nmw Tort lrm whose
Tork T mtaes. s were on t.e bo ss are m n f
IA -i* sawi er elor ofi I.ty and nea the lalt, teir penl-
tr i taiaI to ti glo to Wash ties cold be run up to $ ms0 0.
,tisao itt t i 4C atmaIw .oa
( ~mtIer JT isa to ms Ia Avalanhe Kill*Is 1 Pr ns.
b _lho lt be willing to Toasa, S rtsa, Mareh le-DWtO
I ofb gIN 9eotet ma l .a pero at have been kld by as av*
S---.-. Mabche I the Dubktarm ask JltrlIt.
NO MIS LAMO.LADY. The T as of earth and anow rolU
do tte elde of teM mountain movr
ael bllP The Tu te W eae on wholmd and carried May two boo .
I f#, aMrP Dylng In eplttal, before the people lnIde could escape.
OChkly, araf H '.-fraple Wde. Two women survived the experisanc,
ls s t tbaself rVidy oit after but they are ba.d injured.
* tohPt o m-dr M. Mlisale -- -
a I the lway of er rs ioe. Unequaled ae 'a Cure for Croup.
+l taki_ toi a tnl.where h* "IBesides benal an excellent remedy
bm rbpI saterward. Mrs Itas
mlyawll .die fiO r W ~Iolds and throat troubles, Chamber.
V W wso wa a brteder, ln's Cough Remedy l unequaled as
bwrj 'longM Ume at the reel- a care for croup," says Hprry Wilson
deaoe o Mrs. HIle, who i a wido. of Waynetown, Ind. When given as
withW two dlkdre. The children ison as the croup cough appears, this
SMi thbr mother aod Wiedian were remedy will prevent the attack. It is
a a d~ l -t terms- and Wi.dma w.e. used successfully In many thousands
1111102 ll0 v trfo rteandWiena.... of homes. For sale by all druggists.
elga O motive for ttie booti.n. t_
The p" ees invetliatU n ialestC Lillian Russell has given out an "In-
wtlt We an was a suitor for the recipe for catching u
A ofl Mrs. IIelasland ase had PT-,
of rs. d e ad er bands. The fair lillian also has an
sistentky eurA him. HIe wasI fifty.
Iltght, years d. nfalllble recipe for getting rid of
i -- them.

SDon't Complain.
SIf yor chet pains and you are un.
lMble to leo because of a coasht buy
a bottle of Ballard's Norehound Syrup
and you won't have any cough. Get
a bottle now 4d that cough will not
last lon. A cure for all pulmonary
disease. Mrs. J- Oavestoo Tex.,
writes: "I lcn't say enough for Dal-
lard's Horobound Syrup. The relief It
hasi iven me Is allthat a necessary
for me to say." Sold by W. M. John.
Aetrene Rames Sttaine Injury.
New Yort. March l.-Mme. Im-
ma Bam was unable to appear In "A
NM" Priday al'nt 4a the Metropolitam
opera boom on artount of aW Injury
to her knee. Mem. Rappold took
her place. The siaser nljured her
knee In the dahb slee of "II Trovr
tore" at the Saturday matinee. O
Monday almit. when bsh repeated the
eae and fell to ier knee, ohe a
pravated the brline.
-am a
Fire in Tunnel.
New York, March 16-A mall fire
la the uabatshed section of the Me
Adoo teasel near the Intereectlon of
Twenty-tbird treetn and Sixth avenue
Saturday created coeliderable excite
meat for a time among the two-eo
worksen employed In the uandlrouMan
tube. All the m e ecaped In safe
ty. however, and the oames wre eatl

1ft tMW am U bMulu.
Tkbi YN bh Awl :

Te Toot e Law.
Matgmery. Ala.. .rra 1I.-9-re
Idet R. J Chabers, Of the 1le
ithwera LeaerA team, aMO astes that
bas ll wit he layd aset Ifat y
between two tU *mad aup by diY
etea of the locals. Caetn wiI be
ade. This is rerstoa to be a
moev in the lnrta eOf eaeary beae.
ball and a fl.ter to me II th state
law will be nfieed agalset the port.
Railroad Mie 9me1d.
l1 Pawi. Trx., March IT --Te At.
rcbthoa Tipee ad ftatao V rIleaIJ
brideae aec-r a srtw near W PMa
aeIaht ar frnI. a aulnrowM en ree
SUdrV night aad mwa stmvnIl by
OtI taaeMs Flnrnem we seat to
the tibra ts '1Sig from w a 1.Po bto
the Lars* *rw beyed corltel Traf.
oe a t -a *lraly tW-il up uptll lhe
lbriig5' I. i t

SnoCase as a rew t
There is mes em "retad t a
mehL or olio yl in eINesmnk
Ie genamprlsa thing Raen
ndTar T hob tm Ohabn as It w

i msLe a-M a= aI to a
-Bl- -aea L aa illi
IIte I ndsM J.M. Le
a ft 1

Notice to Our Customers.
We are pleased to announce that
Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs.
colds and Iant troubles Is not affected
by thA National Pure Food and Drug
law as It contains no opiltes or other
harmful drugs. and we recormiund It;
as a safe remedy for children and
adults. J. W. McCollum & Co.

Albrt W. Gilchrist

Cadifate for Governor
of Fwri

mm mmi4 1 a
bi ~

- m.o

$bob sod d oheA tIhgrIb.

ealth to ran y "msefb*dy.
For latIaIiq Soa&
Md 11,0,3,14 --- A&-i d tyIo

- ImoIt&* Tmu hi ek
pepIa and Calan at te Soac~h.


DV~~s What



IThe Pen is WMightier

Thiia a fire-engine when your
(hous1 is 1n fire, because it in-
stantly secures the entire value
of your home-that is, when
your lIlalne is penned upon a
strong policy for

Fire Insurance

II ~He N*.t 1 eof hllalliee. Winter winds
Aro 14-1di a-I t bg la.How
about yo 'ur hIoiot If not in safety, this
i fIf lt ill at '1ii~ iIUZlln- it OD rCeipt of
a litir .'sia )'m. MTINK.

Noa rtictin. nmachlaiiq or ring, brrvught GAUNUD1u4
hii ohit.lHe came4fl 1e 1, as a r:ft it i- O
dat.' aln.oe adw 'inilc ihatided i~v vij The oGanesville National a*"I am*
be glad to Wc'ii,. the supiport of the --
eoarortIaos. of the anticorporatlons, clectors 4not the Goveror) morove
the probbltloidi4ts and the antilirohi or l ,'ti, C Iittjtl,,ua nieadznnta lt
bitliwais, of the kwal Oph~lliAtHe, the isn'.'it on the -recently Contructed
Christian. asd tho Jwai aud of the ba.'d ra~n.
Gentlfi. tOP "e'Publicans and sihisrt Iie Io noIuetC'e life working In
He would vlen acr'qi the suppo'lrtof I Quuncy. FIuria. At A Salary c c$1
the Iharueve ;'.r tensitth. And boarded b hiwUn He
The corporathis cannot do without has h' nult br.en a bard.wm'king.
the Iwope. ad the pwoplv cannot do mt-ruggIn glma nand he knows *A% it
witimaut the 'inrixoratimos. Neither 1nie&., In thrs. He baa "nevr mI
should be aIlow-d to oppress the other rIel#. It, 11;1 %lays had obbatiMs
Capital It organisd. lab6r hould for 111mWe" ha. ben aset m SO in
thr -ghtu i tiufleratlou of O Whe po-
T7U licemne tax law I k-ensurisine a. h -le .I 1 t?,j1iif. ie Ho toekb e
htte eatstprime should be amand' itI h' h It 1 i-41-1, d "if he gao nogh
order that taxation shmold bear :. tr*. .rop.t. r to t au
e:!.y Thre Ire t o1% r In
Artivcl .V XW the. ( w'titutismn pri', 1i if it Is talab with
rld for Loral Optkwo. The quqmlfB-.tj j lo u o wt t 0

G. S. Merchant & Co.
Retallee4 aWd Jobers in I

Staple and Fancy Croceries

GrahI, Gardtr Seed aid Fertllizers

*oTu "D0 9SQUARC


Higheot me Cpeg rpow4tor ChIc Iees Kg o ge
A C(insW MNeeak ofMY DIVA Hy C. be aL Cm
end *IQ"d 17o. w h kdl? c ioy thu oYV"sea
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Advertlments ader this bead. ab t
exceeding nine.lnes, will be publish.
Sone time a week la the daFy,
and one time a week In Uthe sem
weekly, from now until the DemoOrati
primary on May lIth for 10; a er
April 1st Oe eta will be as. .Oa
ust accompany the anurnoaeaMt in
every Instane.
At the nearet sooltatom o n a
leads tbr boat as eu ut rI
sm."e fqr te oae I.en el
Abnehaa conty, at to ttheo aet
of the prmha r w. It do~l I
sure the eoe that I will serv
them faithsfy ad .u. rt-I.

I hereby annou ne myself u a an-
didate for the e ff of 8bero of
Alahua county at the enmsln Demo
eratle primary, and soUe tt W up
port of the voters. LIrou l it,
ed. to dtichare the dutle of th
office without fear, favor or partUlaty.
to the beet of my knowledge.
In the primary election four years
ago I made the statement that If my
friends would give me the oie at
that time I would not again ask for
it. My intentions were putr and a
no account would I have come before
you agalo as&t your suprt. of
my own accord but many of the be#t
men from various sectloas of Ala hu
county have petitioned me by writtla
and a great many others personally to
stand for the nomination of herit
In the coming primary, and today I
received an offietal request from one
of the most powerful moral org1la -
tions In the country, urgnlg me to
stand for the nomination, ,and, In
deference to their wishes. I sanounoc
that I will accept the nominatlo for
Sheriff of Alachua county on the plat.
form and aooordin to the ruleu of
the Democratic primary, held May
19th, and If nominated and elected I
will perform the dutle of the offIa
with the same Impartiality and Jau,
tiee that I have done In the peat.
March 6th, 1908.
7--------- -- -------

To My Frleads and Fellow-Citisns:
I am a candidate for County Juda.
and I ask you for your vote. I wil
administer this oace without favor
to anyone; so please register, pay
your poll taxe and vote for
Yours truly,
I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for reelection as County
Judge. I solicit the votes of all DIm-
ocrats at the primary on May 19th,
and if nominated and elected I will
perform the duties of the oficeb the
bet of my ability with the same Im-
partiality that haa characterized my
dishebare of the same In the past.
Respectfully. H. O. MASON.
SI am a candidate for relection as
Tax Collector, subject to nation of
RDarsocnte primary. Havtng served
o thi poelaa several years. I feel
that experseeae qualres me to dl.
abetr the diles of this iportant
-eea with a reasoable degra of sat-
l-ieN ea to tax-payers. Thka aall
Ia their pat support, ad oitu
yeaw vote at th eomls primary. I
a vary reepectfully.
I hereby aeaoueae myael a Cea
dato r thae olca o Couty Trae.
ur, e. hject o sacUo f the demo -
eM e primary, and wl appreciate
thie rapport of all lebw-emueas,
Res peat&tey
Diale. I.. Marc 14. 19.
I rupeatfuey a o aermys a me
d a er ratekcsoa to h ohe el
tiI reakureradel Idta wonee
a #n as aIesd a 4* de0e I0 I
io.thetheeth e .
ta Leta seas e a

'm s aMr haheme
i auS c Ma 4 n LdIhe
6 1 Dti *a *th -ae
-ry. L a-m.J. W. MAt.
Muanamer a D P. Na L
a X& L

er brau ftr 'O aaWy 0mlM( r
em D06trtet a 4. aNd Os.M So
veows of an Deans it If dsws I
wl portarm th 4e dw o of abh eew
Sth heel ft my abMr.I
Mtsampy. fra, g.. t. IUL.
Ihrbw5 y *a aV" a hs'l
a &hr Casey M am

iIsSosa r 10 a 4a
^- -ll*Ni^^uBa
s wt110d
woven% W

emnn the--- 1 -e faithful attIeIo

of to e a of the oe Ia the f.-
p lu o a the mum mad SoUm tha
ol* af my t. owDi e a 4-
stfulty. J. P. TO WNSNIA
I respectfully annoee myelf a
eawldate for Coa0ty (ommlissonao
from Detrlct No U ele f eod I prom-
tee to gvt mn y fthful attoatln to
al the dtiesa of the dkAee ad serve
the people to the bt of my ability.
I aoldt the vote aot May fa mo.
rate. Repectfully,
dand rorve .March rd. 1A08.
_Ifm sel mMe mMoelf a
IN amelset as a amember
a a MoM Dica irot No.
LaMIf e=d i .alae to serve
my 6eolti w thea faith
th raw pa -. Vee ftor me, =t
jeocraea.n myou winl htae no pema1
to reat. truly-
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t this method of announcig
my caoq fy for re-election as Cty
Marshal at the eleton April 14th.
Lt. I ha.t endeavored to perform
my duty without fear or favor, and
would apprelate the support of my
kMaowoltlaeas, pi6mlaln the same at
tention to the dutte of the ofIe a
the future as In the past Thanki
you for. pat support, and eolcin
your votes at the coming election, I
am. Very truly.

Satherey Manor shaln theelf a ct
to be eld on the 14th day of Aprl,
1908. I promlae if elected to endeavor
to do the dtlee required by the orlO1
amuee as near a I poealbly ea, and
I solldt the votes of all law-abldlg
citimeas. Roepeettflly,
To tpe Voters of Oanesville-I take
this method of announetng my eandl
dae for Marshal of the City of Oaloea
vUe. I have been on antt work as
an officer, protecting you d your
Intarets while you were aslep, r
about three yer., and leave it to you
as to whether I have performed my
duty wll, and with Impartiality.
I thlnk I have been lon enough at
nliht work to be entiled to a day Jo
and It elected I romse you faithful.
tmpartIl and edeut wervle. Tur
forrder. C 0. L I Ta.

Under ad by virtue of a decree
made and rendered on the th day of
A i. A, D. 1196. by Hoo. &. T.
WUl Jud e o the Circit Court
J Judkd Cirlt of aTerlda i
and for Alebu souty, l Chaoerym,
and under aud by vbte of a decree
made and rendered y the smld Jud
on the l3d day of Sleptembr A.
107. dietIag the sal of the rop
betlaaftr desribed by the r.
dermign eemaieals for part.*
ties oad dstrbeua on m uso the ma
Harry A. WOleo, WUml. laMier
Wtlho, D. 0. Wllaon, AlUe M. Whb
mor WI Mbaaoth J. Adar ,
*,u at peeI oer e al e aato
la-ha aa Z sU g-u-hg,
Al sabeee belwele
SurIr ao A. I t A.l S LU at te
hgmaest and b"Mar Meegas
etat MaMs s ri b" ask sk w

SO" seam' --I
IF --a f i i Irlln i
tho u te a at
I, haowud lati se4 pM-arig.
( 4). a b towm; h. West 4-V

Na half ( "a) af Ta

At Gaseasse a t men l
of Monksh. A. .19M

J. C As M.s

"eems ee .s
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,I. rFreihbl 0lotIrei JACK QSONVILLL, a OTON mad
PROVID O P, od All astEro Polt
aT. CoT Oa Olita ag aO ChLETOI 8o both ways .
0 FLOWN& Sthon4. ,. ... .. ..... From Lewis' Ws harf, Be
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Slyde BAXTER CEngland St Joutheivr Line
rrilbA OLAwrf etwn JACKSONVIVILL nd aidANpO nD
..oipialu at PlatkR. Astor, BDersOford a(Dl nld), aid d luternedite Laadlaag
SI CHANCERY. o llrl both Rlvr.

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1 AT LAW, Lo 3:0e.Wea J..........A..asov........e Jack "no :00.

LASTS 9:00 p.m ......i.a........at .............LoV0 10:001p.
FLOar A. iAv 3:00 a. w...................Ao ............, ....L i, 4:009p. .
R LAS l ..................... Po r, I e ord (DI Lnd)al .......... LArV r1:adl
4 9-lety. (l0 L Due :00 1. m.................Banfurd ................. Ld v 10:00a.m.
SDue 10:30a. s..............Knter pr ne ............"FRE
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What Has Hepped MW Wht I
rofi 1 "Hpp" 7TOM Inam"tPan
@mph*lo hVW" Who Rum ts
*No V to M T60 m

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,J r Colareso ta I toin Jacksow

O n de taola wa a trh d.t

A. J. Mews of ight Ipriag spoat
S,,, rftotdSr s tdt aty n t bines.
l' M MoKiase of Re was an the
lty restrday. and made The oun a

.~ ln oowarots io ale at this
r oir; 6o pr oas, or per ban.

Joka P. Coll of uttis, former post-
S a ster at Jobostown, is in the city on
W. J. Waits of ratrtaPlkW wu
S aamon those who spent yesterday in
this lcity.
Captain J. A. Tluker of Rochelle
was traametlag business ti this city
Mrs. Pal nst, a estimable lady of
Orange Heigbt, was shopping In the
city yesterday.
Pisak's Chill Tono is guaranteed to
SWe oMhlU fever oolds and lagrippe.
Pri sU oMto.
S Mr. aAd Mrs. I. Hays are at home
i' ata, after a pleasat visit to rela-
oth ear WINUltom .
I, B. Moody, the plumber, as gone
Sto WUllteo wher he will remain on
Istineas for the next two weeks.
S. R. Pyles, a promrinet clUsn and
SI ss a of Ocala, was among
those who spea yesterday In thist city.
S, Mr. Sad Mrs. Prank LOn have re.
S 'te4 to their 'baw from Oraipam
vleo where thy have been on a visit
Sto frds for the past few weeks.
, T, J. J. y o WlUoo1 C. M.. o-.
EAs..tJy eraf Oatam 0. 0S trosu of
bi bioB. wwr aaoag those who
to the ouaty metropolis on

r. 0. W. Iames as opened his
'l m the tai mlatt blook and is
et porpaed P treat all werors or
Nii fCota t oie eye. He guarantee

W.' ma Mrs. B. Ladwig. formerly
at ths sty be$ nw rlsdint at TIoWa,
ar re4 ela over the advent of a.
te little gtr ato their honm. and
ftroa l extend oagratelations.
Mr Y. Meharland and children
B Ryeterday ofr Oaklaand. where
y wiUll renale for a tIndefaltd
priod with esatelee. Mrs. MePar
S gd recently motd hw b bocr to J.
Usahaf VOMI.
Dr. Asdrew sde4 has returned
; m Mil, where heo sat on a brief
S vIt to look after his rove tastreaw .
M, ws a hbadtame grove In the
ik (t 1of Miami. to which be natural.
Sy tole a great pride.
o A. I. Harper has rturnrtd (from
p at to bh rida, wherv b he has
bees far te past few days Mr.
Harper says h e is sure "ties are
g Hmng beer." asos his trip as a
p a ad org etler was a must

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At oar laak ead e*'Us om ofd ,.ir
Sksl taviwae HRiks-Lr wem an 5ar-
aoUt, and blgin snvlwg p irtu ofl
'IB 5W ais. WOe pak lu>r ri
ai teast. nounm(MauK.l
Hu." ^^ at3
UK"~u fktj *-*i~

E l fsr Too to

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By giving you prices

of all kinds.

See our Fancy Front

Doors, Mantels,

Tile, etc.

you our stock.

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Miss Deat Hicks of Waldo was
among those Who favored Oainesville
friends with a vtit yesterday.
A. P. Stackyr of Ocals, frst vice-
president of the Tampa and Jackson-
villdrailway, was tn the city yester-
day on official business.
Mr. and Mrs. R. 4. Peelerand
daughter, little Miss Ruth, have re-
turned from a pleasant visit to rela-
tives and friends In Jacksonville.
Mrs. Leona Tichner of Eusti pass
ed through the city yesterday en
route to Arkansas, where she will
spend the next few weeks with
Mrs. R. T. Walker of Cedar Key
spent yesterday In this city, a guest
of friends. 8he was on route home
from Hampton. where she had been to
attend a church convention.
Dr. M. H. D)ePas of Archer, one
of the moet prominent physicians In
this section of the State, and a dl-
retor In the G(hnesville National
Dank. spent Monday In this city on
Friends of Mrs. U. P. Bayer, who
hab bee Indisposed for some time,
wl1 regret to learn that her condition
does ot seem. to improve. Mrs.
fayer Is an old resident here. and
her Illness Is regrettrd very much.
The pay train of the A. C. I. made
the "boys" happy yesterday by its ap-
pearaee ou time, distributing a large
amount in salarle. The A. C I. pay
roll in this oeetto alone amounts to
several thousand dollars acrh moeth.
Miss Tttlh Cook left yesterday for
Richmond, Va.. where e has secured
a Sne portion as saleslady In a large
dry goods hobue Mis Cook's numer-
ous ftrends rerlt very much to loeW
her. but wish her much success and
balinoss in her inew heale.
M. J,. Caonu, who recently pur-
chased a see home In North tOaine
vllle. moved yeestrda with his fam
Ily The tract contains .eeven acre
and a good twelveroomt house, and
Mr. Cannun now *xpets to live in all
contentment. as* he ha pileit of

Wunte~l. Orders for lAumtwr -Any.
onu living In Galueovill tor vicrinty
who Ittrend doing say building in the
nr.r future should order tit4r lumber
at once. olw the next thirty days
the kwk I.uulbt r Comiany will gliv
iqm-ial tere i btefor amotnl their
i ill furthrr from% ton When orderr
tag addrn-, 1' 0 Box 132. or call
eork's r.ddent orvr Sast Flor'ta
'*h. Ibwk L.amber Company.

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moult B. Olgmh
ItV ballkhmthy h'Alth IAl Ie vvrr se
fial. fis ourr oA kqkbvkestwl. ib" o oww g..
Steak year -\ U Ah IN oup"Ise IW
cla. tMwho nrFu thatwig low" kur
..w4aCti^ M making 1%'e4sr )ehow.. CaaameJ
Fnato. (\,4hb LAv ltmwwtulust~i O

all hI gMa W04P 16 all bIqWLk -IC

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voted Mrs. McCreary a most cnarmlm nn .
chaperon. _FOR RENT.

Mr. and Mrs I). Warner and t. HOUSE FOR RENT-Apply to J. W.
A. Colclough left yesterday for Jack- VIdal at drug store.
onvillo. The gentlemen, who are
well-known and successful growers. FOR RENT--ight-room house; elec-
the former Inlng president of the tried lights and bath. J. B. Davis.
Flbrida Frult and Vegetable Shippers -- ---- ....
Protective Association. will appear. FOR SALL
with a committee from the assocLaion.
before the Inter-state Commerce Coni.e Ol SAl.:--Fve-gallon safety gso-
misslon to an adjourned season. rela. line can. Apply at Sun office.
tUv to securing more adequate rates -
fr Florida products. on relation to FOR( HAl.I-Cornr hlo and house of
products from other setlons. A full s roo*ml wdxi condition. Ilo 3S3.
history of the unjust dtscrtmination Gainesvllh
on the part of trans ortatton lines
ban already) bee published in The FOR AI.E--lmack record carbon type.
a writer ribbons for legal work at
Sun. The Sun oMflP
rs l itistk and daughtr

Mrs. Alez Wittstock and daughter, T MA
Miss Cora. baWe returned from Coomer -
Pond., *ber they have be .n a WA\N TKI Men to learn hart.r Ir

brif visit to fteeds and rvlaIti.e
While there they attended the kcloing
ererria"e of th.. Cooter P" nd ushool.
under the direction of Misst Ihia
rord. which iturred. PFrtav the,
I.th The ,pupl, and their frier,.t
cllinyaed a flu, iw a lk wheb was lamre-
Iv attended. TlI patrons and the
pul|ils of (mlter Id school ho|we to
hab M sI Fod tbae aothbert term

Captain A PaL special agent of
tho* tIied States lad okeh* has re-
t(urued frm u an eial vlw t to polats
to W t Frkurda Ca tata Paul states
that tre setkmn of thrAseeatr vistted
are prosperonu and that Or faror
are all b4s making thebi stada.
with a s%' arId ltielpation of big
(rups The nafal aare platsa and
sw intlls arw dw byr, sad alto
g gther tLere aI ar ao prMror p ty

A eere told ta t 8aM den"1p tlet
.pvaeasut ovew a eaa be cear
qhtly by y tak egO peir Hlm- and
Tr. a we VS? so mn We. O ,
t I ho p.3

te weeks ?u"uirod; be't leaving
vatirk withinn the reach t4 Igmr man.
can hWe shri with tiniall rVaital.
"u"s frontn W: to 20 'AeeklI
'a ond.ertul do,,,dr d l s arhtwrs. cut.
aIiqur nalelm Vr.-. M4- Norr Ilarbsr

Lot know lhat to have r l~upr" ;
'phoni, ut and we wiU deliver to your
home lHot Holls, Blread, Cakea and
l'i-s \every evening. You can't loe.

Phone l16. T. Sehafer, Prep.
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First National 0*

fm Cahdkin "nh in I
it.. 4a~i tc ~3klsci i to u~h~1 ?'wr w &*~~L trli~.i ).1r j~IanIsIe whbY.e

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Ik cign.t for Fuiirral and Decoraive
i'uri-w a Specialty.

I; W. -BaT--TUI--bse UN
Jackevtnin, P
Ts-;r'.rA!, Ian Mail I(rMe fi
I'r .n4pt Attention.

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M.AIb, SuNd' WIN Give Friends Ex- AuistAHV D I id C Ul n
uerlon to Wards. Grove Thursday. SOMEBODY BELL
As waS announced In The Sun of /
Sunday, MB.B. Saunders, always awake
to the pleasure and entertainment of
his fridh s will gve an ezcurslon Feb. 14th our deposits were............ .$200,160.40
over the Tatpa and Jacksonvllle rail- .... 152,657.25
road Vt to the famous oran grove Dec. 3rd our deposits were........... ...*
of I. J. Wad, Taoomna.
Mr. tSauders is continually looking Net gain in deposits ...... ... ..... 7,603.15
to the advacement of this section,
not onl b rom a conm-ra but a
horoltanral and agriclral stand-
porat, a" will take on this excursion
tree prp ve buyora of O. roThe Gainevsvillsl
who ay locate here. While the ex- T li Vl n l
ewod a of a private nature, which __ T.. b AKD, rinlt------
maks it all the more pleat, those
who desire may go on this excursto -
by paYing 76 cents for the round trip.
The prty will be entertained at the Oeo. L. Taylor of Palmer, superin- Ink a
grove by the owner,. M. Ward, and tendent of the Gainesville Peach
a pleaMat.day is assured. Orchard Company, was a business
Train will leave the T. J. depot at visitor .to this city yesterday. Mr
9:80 a. m., returning at 4:30. Taylor Is one of the most progressive
S..&- '- 'citizens of the county, being at
NO BIBLE CONFERINCf. various times connected with the G i m ldee-N- t -'P Al M
-, State Fair, and is now cbmitlssloner CTeaveOrstly LIte -- TM Mvat
That is the Wsy It Leoks Now, #s from Alachua county to the Florida '
Neo neeuraemerrt Hasa een Giveh. Mid-Winter Exposition at Jackson-
The people of Galnesville will re. ville. lie originated the Idea of the O Y S T E R S
gret very much to learn that the horse show, which proved so popular
probability is there will be no Itible at this resort, and brought so much ALL KINDS SERVED In ALL STYLES
Conference this year, as it has been glory and recognition for the Stand-
intimated that certain conditions ard Stock Farm and Alachua county, Choice Steaks and Chops, Drip Coffee
have arise over which the committee as was noted in The Tlipes-Union of Devilled Crab.
has no control, which will make the Sunday and The Sun of Tuesday
conference Impracticable this year. morning. But Mr. Taylor is a modest We employ one r the best "ohefs" in
Another inconvenient feature which man, and does not want to take the The besbquppelo b oy lde or i apUrie ook
will work againMt the holding of this credit, notwithstanding that the expo- he city. i you want realeooklds by a maLn
eonferene, it ti said, is the lateness sitlon management and his friends in- 'c woK WHO KOWN o ei snrws egve usa
of the season. Heretofore the annual slat tat t was he.". rcall-uanythin the market ffords you oas get
oonferenoe has been held in February.- not proiher meth.or north
prior to the Chautauqua; but this 'ea-* Y bout somethinen for your monet
aon the sessions were reversed, and it RXICLLAR MEALS. Special rates by the
is feared that at this late season week. Place for ladies. gentlemen.aad ohil-
neither the necessary attractions or W A N S .. dren.
the necessary funds could be secured
to make the venture a success.
Hence there will be no Bible Con- 5 Cents Per Line
ference. Each insertion, but no advertise- M.ss N. N
meat taken for less than 20 cents. Six
An enjoyable Straw-lide. words make a line; no fractional lines, Novelties Books, Stt
A few of the University boys and every word over each six counting as
their young lady friends participated an additional line. CASH in advance Souvenin, heat lt
In a delightful straw-rlde to New- must accompany all orders for inser- uvS t
nan's Lake Monday evening, and, the tion in this column, and Pictna o
night being beautiful, a full moon.- .
it is needles to add that the trip was LOST.
a most enjoyable one. ---- t Ubt Strt,
Arriving at the lake a delightful. LOST-- aramond link cuff-button, some- GiIBSTILL, f FI
luncbeon, prepared by the young where on square. Return to Sun ......
ladles, was erved, and after a plea- offme and get reward.
ant hour spent on the romantic
shores of that beautiful sheet of WANTED.T
water, the party started for home, ar-
riving here about o clock. WANTED, to rent. by April 1. seven .....
The party was chaperoned by Mrs. or eight-room house in good real-
H. H. MeCrary, to; whom the young dence section of Gaineiville. Ad. -i Ml iM TiNm t pfir r
folks are greatly indebted. They all dress "P." care Sun. Theen it no exur for Ivia. "I do
--iA""- LEra 1. srara usc utajp no for ,I do

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