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 25, 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: VID01245
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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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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TOL. XXV, NO. 48


Jpmm Siam mCAlM h


Captain, Forty-Thre of the Crew and
a Majority of Two Hundretrd PFtr.
ty.Four Pasengers Were Drened
M asMult of Aeildent.
Tokho, Mamh 4.-hllBe Mutu Me.
~a, a 180O-ton coatlag *taSOW be
boMRgng to the Yoeam K aa iMk was
sunk in a cHolMloa with tte Rydtod
Ma14 696 tom. at 9: 10 o'acak Mt
dar anornia. two ailes off Taifhokke
Desr Hahkbte.
The catpain of tUe Mea Maren. a
UaJorky of her two hundred and for.
ty4our piseengers, ard forty-thres ot
tOe rew perished as (t revalt of
the audect.
The tlydeyomhl Marn acid anota r
stemer rescued the urv lors.

sentenced to Die on Gallows in July.
New Trial Denied.
Denver, 0Olo.. March 24.-In tbe
crtalinal division of the district court
bore Jade. (r.-rely W Whitney donlwd
ontlon for a new trial for Ulue.
Alte. convicted of the murder d of
etwer Leo Helnrrich., whom he shot
o 4dath Inat. lizaeth'. Catholic
blurmb, this city. Sunlay. Feb. 23,
sntemoed tMm to be tAnrged dur-
g the week begit mng July 12 next.
SF'rkfty n41it Alia muale rew.mted at.
p ~to commit wsilide by buatlng
hoad against the Iron bars of hid
-'si. Ills he.'m wei fove,,d a '
,"Leot when be a-'I brought to court
he was so weak he hta tU be v up-
oted by offiors.
When asked by the co ati If he had
yttag to sy. All Maid to the In-
S"I ild not do saythlng "
I There i no likelihood .* a an 9p4l
the uprmne 1 Ot as AltaI M no
and there has b.c mDo proof in.
of errors In the bital.


*oe*lver for Neel Sank Gave Cheek
tor B lanie Satwrday.
I Ata.ta, Marhb 4.---4tate Treasur-
r l. Prk. Aterday rtelIed
Ithe Cett1l B ak a4d TrM Cor.
restover or the debfact Ne-l
,a cb heo ftbr W.180. be to
beta. .* eduo m theo s iepqotsk
that ekotatmeM.
'It state tremmnW r we paid t3.
Ml ae day'en. and te conrt or-
tht0 ti0e tobeeRe be pal4 vitMb

deptwi e V6S fO ight the
a clatim to a Wprior Ib a the
of the Nei beat d matl give
resquetre bond4 prweet te pa y
ct thn fw tde to the e eW.
they have a% dy eleO4
Jed"iWe M.' rute to the V*

Ob wgin ethe Misses
~?~.1P 7h5..Marc%.24 -

ON move Is IHOP" 4N

4W sial slows, e dalbe
-onbe" bee cmGo 0ne t e
of so yar Tbo go* apsw
s po psuag to V- amor ae
SetA MY to Made As thsfr W

a awhe 4 meabswe atSa

now ar pepw pow

TO.man& 44 -ift
a ""ay ad w "2

AM w. CS- M000r 800h
400od akif aeaq. mw"



Preidntww iill 404 Lgsartai"Ve P l k O 'Pe

ftaft" Ou"me"od Mby

sawdStie ftti to s o i "wee".
&va ic"noemmu t e mosae m -jSUCCEEDED SEN, iNALLORY

ae wq hv bmm a s wmhOM" %* "Iose ofidS emOP&O After' A S&WtIll flss
at th* umay. at Washington. 0 0.C., AnaporsLast
was 7 isu t4t"eprod-it of t=- Cail-400 Was of Cilaelnte Health

prs"ismt hasee. g"t is parllnso YerOI
atOC Ydkein *a otUUti of ". b" Mfr atesuu0tou !ir 1h ut Ili,.-Ill.te
era 15 ah binb* aow f ooewm Mwof IFloulft. tIMtat P bees misfid kwown. N It wel d *- ~ tM att8: 30 o'ekvk SUMbi't' itnu
-~d wo d combined e slet wehofIch- bold fevor It %so 00
to lbelievee ca& be tb,, tto beer tythmda* g .wobe tft 1
in betalf of the whole 9ka 'by U1000 'asthe U0j",'9awnof te as te t'."to
afeeWta i peupstaltyby ammOeat Itis & wb at~Mot
*eaiuis.ber 23 and thirty there ny'So'f t, .4

bon grograa n I c u e :U r .we wOas o lIt W e #his uai ln et
A 4cclsratllouIn Is vowof a tevi uiasin. Seveal t iaar Mr.
eMo of fhe larlif in aaereal houson
be b444 after Maamb 4, It".
An ame~sumt 4o the Sherm ania-
to-tram tawtow as to i20" Imp~rtant
couseecavoa to wemtliation df both
labr & awdW.
UAmitlugthe powers of cowIin
waerts In Ow wa of bbe inJusctiOn
In hlbor d~j~ute.
gacea an empkiyersa' Iabl~ty

Passagn fteAtlbfnniltM


Man Who Skipped OWt being Carried

Sask for Trial.
Nobibo, AMe.* March24.-Csptslu
Admu.... oifof 6d.1t~se, cud r-
'leftve Awsia ..Aaamm, offthe Now
York 469setlve tores. passedtobrouglh
Mk*W Maneftuani mg wiLhI: Im3.
hgsm, bwmeall im dtant asupets.
tiumi of Tbs ProeadentisMeLU. w
a.-o s enpany *At thr hrams acenc.
CohoasN. T., wbo i iared to bave
satippe the amnaftry Me year and a
half ag.,takiag widl him $160,000
d th smapyu Aftbt, whom they
Fvminleso. thowe weost age.
I fulves according to th*e Satemast
Of Mm' -lTe Johacon, Was eowosoee
te deed and hasno 60140M. mylag
bo wiN mad have to go bock to Now
York mad "bake e b.meclse."

NiH0 esNec Per 1118110"W".
AsumpaII&M&, Mereb 24.-A high
ommese till ftr Sahim Clay was
- a~ra a *e am" t. h"be
sbssft 96=4 t"e boe uc. eter S"A
pW)YW0S malimu and dubs whiel
am say0$M smusiy ull fey 6SW
son 7Wa. $M t be Y~ afterand
P.Meeethe tut ird pea. I%*beqsa
WINlthem rurlafat 11.W The opera.
Mat'**o lawIs.b exp'el adtotemmea
regutim of 26 or 30 oo Is the ol~y
Im to" at 6theodof t4 thrt"*yam.

wafts of Waow Reduutew".
x" ftdmi. m&. Maush24.-
ubtleis of loe md"uIfbma sfams
" vr NKw. op ~ -tIs m athe gt
Ite do* ulh t I a ty lWeaday.
"A -Nou won10801110 01100011
as Av I6. Tbe m nde milft ~ in
411111111110eo M 18410i eas 111111
vgtu, edoo e wa. at i 1
tomd. a**all-ilar asi, A
"A"o vem wm ll be aftLmuedIse
soIsts do& NAWdiead Owe IN I"
ranU mm,

POW imiefng 1slueas".

imbw. eato* my, and be w m md
dole". wowav~ty Iw ems
b me b7u Vw I" o efto so
am 4 a twoe4wby be aftw
aeni smobuag oe, ead&l"
Moab tin a"dwe 0d0" is 0th
boom bum "Sr burma lu o

so~ vTuhlm -o e l
asot. s .*ag s-01w aI
O bumm iip"O- bm
wtoasan mout see
-~ S.8?low. am es&
~ -m w
lb 1 07,

Mon* befto haumnee ('bemmmsday,
Bad Oa~uh hebe s AIn fakWma~u
only a teww Vks wben be V" UL
on 1lHo.smbee asak o, t fot r.
mda. end t *qia OwFew"**.
The no ifteumalm isw Is SdI

blest W" *416 0011016"ton r Usk"
Statee MaOOP-4OaagrOOM WINIM
3B. tavar, of Unmtioel.' 366S1-
gesp.atdOfpeawsisand Mbw4 GII
christ. or .aekarillf~. eIs tonot
believed tM ae gveor willnDRAM aRYI
of thece parils. end the MAvit plausi.
ble aglmIon he mi~tld moth at th"
time to belived to be Stuome @mter
raontas IP. Woet, of PaLft Ros.!
who Is Mot nAly a cdo sfNeed toIthe
governor, big brilliarA aadlAble. I

Sena1011tor 91111011NPeAMi.Of MOW-
04V46, wftan applbhant Ibr the gui
tt,-n wbm KMr. Bryan ww ta amed,
and It to proabl*his thahe wigl AelAD

There Are About 0.000.000-To Form

gamise NotMime aurura Y" slty.tol
the Of bevkOfW11111t CMn1 tt

ed l'nkm at their meeting Suowlay
Vtt thoset.are btetovb 8%0 eW sixl
million woriliax woa~n In the 1',lt-
*to Sta, so the? itie"h1"1v,.wuoale
ubat c"e 11%It. eorts unt~l l s3114 or.
gunIz'4 t00mntam
hIlts O'Reilly *sIad ftor #..nkers
kor The ua~is iventing in said (dthe
movotivnt whihlih to be hld Priday
oveutig In tLet labor termptle As a'
ire-AiI.of her roquot Ybarive XIC liii.
66:1 *1ll speak (on 'Otorer P40ya
Woturn- ad .Iib1)t.i ~a'ew. 4a "Thn
tn,4snvl(ood "


Japan Erothusalstle Over the cooling

not onoowthe Isourneen i~k o. t
Thitita. 1459 21- pram sit
6 iaWnau ucmmpt od tf Ath Aintis lNeed
oryana m.s hl mbbha 4mwwav4 and the govlrmouet Io reeltvw wj
of bhit rIf y. huM as I, asW" stt adershls"I. prarLps olidlag t oIn
unhy sight ooe Ipm a #1v"v'ea oust wltehi
UMe he MatdlUou hoa doki-i n turn, Thoe oonsesne of sawepapa pcrns
fOWthe t tat.0 1415 M e &Wk. rienor. 1t o aoOt e.pit iqat0aa tof tbu'
Cam IN a ure and a 004trw ImllNtkn hems 10 Mauip of-
dm)* Aum~efir %( w boothow vwof
IS *yslqm 3r. UBryana was %is. U the 111 mss f to ow the
ld t#4 eltbdWat g mprvtro4tsi eer.T. woude the f ipsUsy Of hbrm of
if* Was lU Of of68 ati ate a vier- Momattip r55n @o DgWt the
Vorn 4tnapet. He -*me to tw o met r.
WeewS-s'Qf 4a Jansaru him the h Ikwftbo~ bwedind ko SaO
warm eIA mo dbSa Pan ham am* e thhe St wil mva Im" inolvme,
f ofb of eto. fum aWsI -I.The uovagaeem asn vgiam liepp
view i mp% megto oep st -Im ist b4tt t i a* V o
am InN ra"W pewer ho wl. h asnl mpt
al. Ord" soI"bw dam 4 a %0t.1om
tamm b e t0seddby "*@bow I I folenO Goerft4 L.
tree Jsb~e NugwU umiveng 1w Vnowut. IWO 94.-A 0**Wn
Of th sn m d a so pto woo.1
to Mr. armas. we twhe mmoe 9 e~ hsw gek a awes rmto
hermsath bw 44"mdo"h I tthe so Nefiaw &Smewm 4d Thamn.
edAmme of- Cbe N ty-OrU b O nllrrg(a 80e ra 0 aitf& *Me 60
o Man 4. a pw w aW. TW wo sr hinfs a ofA* a so o
f-hi P"e bb $mn boo teeAbbo, In S. imrat aa 64 somm

hey, 4W ~ MI: Mr. laloeberof Au Isdm AOSWO bs.'WS
% OIdu; Wt. Purto'. W Vs. 0 0A. ft*. D& M- QW.
sow .Mrh. Or4C xf auam sed I) ii A$rn m G, ift.
M. .a"". a" k. I""ia
Nmi 1pS fitu IV" *e0 a--1 now so AN"
aI en wo ft" a of Is1 -
wShe Mr l. wft" a"000 1u IN t". Nw e,

**- IWrl Is ft. 00 4 0 s Ifsow o

Mr i. f t Go. tU. Im. I& o en f-mI m9"

am saw a toasotm 0004K ww
Ybe b Am mwm -ff oe- toJ
bm a" U wLee -in A&o
too hb wti *,e~ :J w~
Nw. vo 1 ha w .6 m- oa b o N
elm bbea a,__omL60- vw opam
%1400 dosdO 0 aw mi I -r-W *.. "66 "
o ~" ag em&MAII
n&fes6 rulb.tofsa.nw-

S t*too.



Cdli o f Ebv&Trans In
Cklcag*-Dakos FaiMd


Many of Those Who Ieaped injury
When the Cars Collided. Were Moe
or Loeo Injured in the lranm.
ble that Pollowed for the lilte.
(tlhcaoN. MtaIvh 34 --Mor than IS
per usa were Injurd Is ra S4
colllttob betmww n Nortlw ftlo
vated ad an Oak Parkt ehvuated tLat

at State and %'a u ltremottvs o&Mary
Mu044&Y. 1i0 to Ifiume irnpumineof
thtu~ o eiwhiteN ae. ill of- whkih twet

A paniV ft~lk)wed 09therab w6441A

p~ manyof IUho'vwho iewnu,~l Is-
jtories when the trains mus, tagstbr.
saafft-rxd bI'ilmtihithe .rnznllg for
Uoe outs.
nheo k Park train e*VAtMnhllng at
the Sltate xta.4t atiuin when the
Notluw~etrn ltiu~, turaing InoatuVes
Duren ibret.reft. oheqd Into It.
Among th" injuru4 were (1,. .
1%lorn mant iV. *H. Plkick, botih of
Ni's Yuul
Valhire of the briukit to wwrk lirtop-
Orly to 4a0aw;III as the iauoe of Ith


Mother Then Takeo Own Life Holding
a oftslflh.
*a11 Itivvos. hides. btm'ris1H.- -With
a viti'iflu elacpvd In Ur rigt t Arn
awl with a mueary ham*a lW thmet
armu. Mrs. Flur"daTerries, agd 8.
yea to *and her fotar ye'w-oW dbu55~.
Mary, and mtowbo~mhoM hog, An.
eqWa. were IOUNA AM4 nIs. h WOO
of their ieee "rPlymsIffy -by No
woman usss ostasudJouse" Tarries
The curoer "m Oto#lee ammb'
sads. that the wemaan bIwls h.

imeinsoor a gTV" )oX s anthe
GOMM rsof theea" slow" Ins me Pams
I N M I Aseturned as.
A"Wiesstomga r.- Tumas ho sedhW
V1110. gibh theo sibas. posed bet
eTooeda Ub f-rt~,rks wsftmsluhome
&I I aute)"* toe40eam Ins. 1IN vat
to bed ImueuN~ely. bebleg with bbs
Ihis daughter Alan. d loevise %is
*Ite and the PIs lbor NIsMe k1kf.
day by*46is f as u o
Wlowd the ad"i of am, "be idi
toso biau e. st betNWe%11eoft111111
ewr,,es 90a IsW .with 16e
46114em wmgpWdfIt hhueft ly"at
tor Ow sAll 1Sues moere44".

satesbeW unbalaead her saldt.


thow n 411 Nsse 0%ledCm
""o11.0bles*0s K o tho ad ll.
sob"a ow5.H."'-'h. miam
oanboa thes dooetiJa etdto
am go" 60 or filwUGOAMof 4110

~ftio be.A the fea. Oftma
Sw Og'wus, N h4s0:16446 e=~
SW way woo hem ca Se6

ioom w~Nab" e mm"hue
boa". ma sd-40aslFe

~ba ~ sof low

-~s k" &W~. SMV
so, swi Sfil so rawIW s
109j j I ow a em a kt i 5h.
10.31. at MANNY IW.
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"* ,\ ,

S Rousing Meeting eld, at Which
City O Mer Were Named.


T. W. Shands, H. 0. Graves, 0. Y.
Crawford and S. J. sBrnett Names
by the Leegue for Aldermen-fIte4r
gtIng Set of Reesolutlon.
The political pot, which has been
at a simmering point for some t jsM
wae set to boiling Monday night, when
a meetln of the Munipal Leaus e wa
held for the purpose of nomitnatnS
o3em' for the aenning torm, to be
ertiied to the City Conel, and to
e voted for in the April etBion.
The meeting wo es id to order
by the president, Hon. . 0. V a
ekes, after which the routine of bu*a
ames for which the seMloa was held
was taken up.
The committee on nomilnations and
Iylaws made the followrt report:
"Wheres, It hIs ben susested,
or has ome to the nowlede of your
committee from paris authorized to
speak for the citleens who are not
members of this league, that they
would name Horatio Davis as a scand
date for mayor, and In f1a that a
pettion had been otrculated putting
hi a to nomination for mayor, and
"Wheres, We believe that his noml.
satlem would be satisfactory to the
otHIOt generally, and being desirous
of dping sany and everything tendiln
to the harmony sad welfare of the
olty, theoefbre be It
"R0eolved: That we do hereby
recommend that be be endorsed and
nominated for mayor."
"Whereas, The people of North
OaineMlle have nominated H. B.
Oravee for alderman, and believing
that he will be satisfactory to the
people general, therefore we recom..
mend that he be endorsed and noml
mated for alderman; and we recoinm.
meod that the following named be
menmiated for aldermen: T. W.
hbadms C. Y. urawtord and I. J.
Tour committee desires to say to
e league that they have labored
earnetly sad sealously to bring about
harm.iy In the next municipal eleo.
tim. e Idavored to have the op.
pel tedcu.,no4eaguers) to suggest
or pupM t. of the ticket, and the
tr ar; but at the very
Iat scemnt this arrangement ell
"The name presented are from
a5mo our very best ottlsens. We
beMeve they could All the various po.
ltions for which they have been s*
looted with credit to themselves and
satisfactlon to the citleens.
"Reepetfully submitted.
"Chairmaa 0o. os Nomatltons."
Th- rpest oo ato eom-mue was
resoelved, and the omaitteo disechare.
ed with thanks
It was ordered that the leage semti
ate for mayor Horat Davis.
mor altemam T.W. lhadt was
mimrated I. the place of I.
Webter, reui-ed. for the *ert
aad alderDem for the full term. H. &
SOraves, C. Y. Crawford sad S. J.
Buremott. They were nominated by a
ailsa voto of the beoe.
Ordered, that the name of the ear-
dildat be preeentcd to the eouot to
be placed e the balMot to be voted
for at the mext city eleeoa.
AdJourmemt ordered sUa Wednes.
day nmti NarAi H.
B P. SANCRa. Preldeat.
5. P. BROOKS. Semetary.

011ev Awn~ MAM~
Oaew. marsh *4.-Teft" I* I
am .Is AG easeeof OberlinM. CM*Wee
#&Mw phfaIn Isthe 1sttod Sft
be wige as".in the vatedI
defte. crirut c-urt -Prvtlkaft Fm
U*he&*"1mg.arto gtta's'r ct the SPif)
O&Mt. of the OMNO Carter Ios wamij

*o" "heafty benrom Ysft
-r a#the the heftalth Of
L 1 1%0ha. beem w
00 ft r seawml ie..b
m mo *0S*t be Is &Oas "Wke
adam daft 6efaymet.
Oee 00"Oynakul
Day ft" akd ll* V" ft"h
af "wo -IN* qf "amev-
my &-nd The pwIwbf
da bthe ow- ft
bw M1 mb 4

itt9 Animal Cr5eate Commotien fn
s riMentgpmery Advertiser Omee.
S ..r fy, Als., March 24.-A
i -i aad-e-t, et4o t troeaxmt variety, w
peaert uedd1y ta in e Moemeaoer
For l r's Oise at teioelt sunair
For 218skKt and drove so many an'ess
"(I 'N ; the bulltiAm t)ht the prauting of
ar&y editor wasm ermusly later-
bret. wh. JAnotype aorto, were
CHI ISTY IMPROVED dfv from "Ar chain, on te third
MIXE for Mayonnaise oon th anmal' ir eppearace.
_-en he had sooomopliasd this the

dressing, beating eggs, poiat with ea, y kpeu asceded to
whipping cream. Three so ed.r m m, on fourth
separate machines for three e t was hardly realsed Chat
distinct purpose@. The very he wa present the at had ra the
114tinct purpop f. me ei. l ^enrne a two
thing you have been look- re operator am leed
Ing for. A Salad Recipe *an" daw u m* ltou the weA
S, wM their eoa.
Book with each machine. Ireowan Mike rm with a hurried.
ly borowed rife. kiled the little aa.
"METEOR" Famous bemnde the M e edior's 6dk.
CircVlating Coffee Percola- T* e a hour m tore dbutIte emp
tor; saves one-third, al- emeua n back to wort.
ways insures delicious cof. 't ve0P, o ne"0 ta on, th ut
O et bad beem obased laW the buil&
fee. Tlie best-kno'wn meth- ea at an early hour Saturday mor.
o. i^ *^*lr:** o maN nes e, and had
od for making coffee or.teas, two soes by toe
I, Zime quiet until diMertod by the
as the beverage is distilled woketrs the oarly pwrt of the igbt.
and not boiled. Call and br ouwathot he y It bid I a ole
see them.

PO ur MldAmoee In New York's Pash.
lnn H...re Distriet Wore Entered.
H $ ar COO Now York. Maetm 14 .-Burilars en-
Stered our residences to tie vicinity
-o- et P a venue aad i hty-Fourtb
LOOKS EAMY O TAPT. Iltret t e heart of the fashionable
strit early Sunday. They failed.
SIN S0esotary Will Win In a Walk, So 'w to t away wih anything
Thinks HiNtheeck. d musok va ue In *e 1 them. Prom
Washlgton, D. C., Wiareb 34.-P. 0 eualt t that of Gor'ge 0. Thateu
H. HMibeak,. the Taft mame a, has *. *ey took about $1,500 worth of
prepared a statement based upaon t. 9010pmuMd wort small
tarn eetved f e The rea of to om of De
territory In the mnlo, Ia w M j to the rar l o bose of K.
poem that nta will resolve S voet to .th i "s ot ro
In the rpolica sattoat u emml. of Thaw, o tBhe iBre ecepe on th rea
As the "re sambw4 erm of wmti l te t m eer ee, o boldly mar.
be 9O, sad only 491 will be me1sory riat" their plorI fre te last
to A~ ooce., ths Is 1tt mere Ma Is i saed w d e out e throat door
undender se bt of a street m l.
Ted. h. f tr tly opposit the house.
sm, w gates."Aatnth e Tootier house entered were thawe
tpp, will cast 104 vote In the of lonl A H M. N.
conve5non, and of this numnber 138 at" r. mItne S wlth.
are damed by the Tftt people. They wer s net nWibed In the Bmifa
house, but apparently took nothing.
A 1aby while arms given by servants tri.bt.
Should be enashle in the home, and eusd them from the aoher two.
will be If yo give It White's a-rm
%rmlulge. the greatest worm med1- NOTABLE MEDICAL DISCOVERY
el ever ofefed to asnertla h-tb -
maiaty. This remedy Is beoom- Of Special Value to Many Here in
lan te pemaat fixture of well Gaineeville.
related houebolds. A mother., A hotable medical discovery and
with ehildrea, Ma't get along without one that appeals especially to many
a bottl,of White's 0ream Vermlftuse people in Gainesville Is the combina-
)a the hobwe. It is the pureSt and best Uon of stomach remedies In the Ml-
medicine that mosey ean buy. Sold o-a treatment. This preparation
by W. M. Johmeon has worked wonders In cases of Indil-
-' geostlon or weak stomach.
ew ftttIreed Choried*. I It actss speclfcally upon the wall
AtaUntA. Mamh .3--* 0 of the stome h and bowels, strength.
Alnse ead Wetium Rafloed em. ening aud UtimulatiU tAiem so that
r! piS a o 'r ta hey readily take care of the food that
by t""IS t im ame he is eWat "en without distress or suffering.
imee 3SSa ,d 1M ,-i. M e, 80 poltlvo are the good effects folS.
0as wS i bUe dhiv t lowing the see of l-omNa that the
uiiS eLd wt l beq retm edy is sold by J. W. McCollum
he ea era l e CoI unde< r s beolute sarantee to
811 M M tl Mo ro t fund tbe Imtoy f it falks to cure.
-m ed MItohdl. ms qBe ddfl Wtth a glee luke ths nose can af.
OI Us, dneh MNen, la io' fold to Moser with tndigeetlon or
Sseegy, to Alas at s to tmac~ trouble. A .Ment box of
9ta OtB. B any uwity. s Mitoas wil do more gmood than half-
Ot d mlae. mber ea adoesm boaes of ordinary digestive
at ,erat as ma el. table(t..

DmaComplain. | KILLED 65eV AND SWSlT'HART.

able to W beas e t of ough. boy, bee HIiHt.
o bettlo. Salltard's Horehoud Syrup' 3 etow Wtl.. Mar 4.-M-s
aMd y wat have say coh. 0t Neotle Pta e.am seviatma.M
-: -Ne utle. a. opat P= dk .
h .t lea A cu t tr alU puTmsry fw w rh- marle -| to We b
diseasS. Ms. J-- Galveeton. Tea. tred by bee egeeheat. Leo Wqeotda

writes: "I east y enou for Bal- ski. The faal drug wa *e ta w
laud's Horehoad Syrup. The reief It ke cream. Whom W" Ml et learMd
has lren w e is aM that is aneeary of the d4ak h of hi seseart. he be .
for me to my." Sold by W. M: Jobs& tesed to Make Mi tmr lsy a double
am OMu. ,) tktlag a dokbmref He ied

To ""t sodyft tm psetwea.
Paris, Marrh 14 -Tbv duk etofMon.
tebo beebas rI~cmto tPrvmier("Ammes.
cesqa, astia%\tr 4uabKtHv&'tou hi 'm
wao ,the romalms -fIN greaettber.
the Clusetr~en. !ar,.bal laIkO& iesra
t.40 POSOM* ts 1.thebo sy ,a.faltI
'eIvet '%to ipce C.(r'CtV 'leere lb.*boa.
sf "IL5 'cbe Itlnt 14mW tdftlje am) .- is

i'd ~ r a.4

F~AZO OLINTM1EN~T isgu~mnut'ud to
Clrw avew of Itchirkekmled. lhW"4-
tug or lPriaudba PtIvlk 4 6tot 14 "yo
of mlo':,eyvehaf' aft.

Oka a s6i"W#*od eEAyerats C6y romee

&-AL- = at r kt mb of *
'heg ab

Olves rest to the stoimoh. For
tired stomach, wak staoab6 wIdy rstoime wpam O
stomach ad atrrh Cb of t A prompt rW"is
BongoL me M --o.- S

BCTI)I3y & lj3)RU ('~X


We invite every houiek,,iper t call alid examine the Streit Davenport
Bed-the mniit pe.rfet combination lI-| ever o:eredl toll e public. Upliol-
tere!d in fir't-cla inmannr--~ steeIl spring in wata nd back, making the
mtnt enmifortableh ed.1 yIui can imasin.. TI.e Streit I not like othreo-call-
tdl Dav.nport In-de--it is c(iimipl<'te'.
TlIh. treit Morri- Chair, w ith foot-rpet, is simply perfect.
('0MF IN ANI) EX.MINE THIIF. Several diffemwnt style on ex-
hiilitioii. Prie-4 very riaabitmle,. S' iil noril or a cant to

R. 6. BASS, Agent, 103 East MaumC St,
an,1 I. h ill ca'll (on you with saiil ,if upholItery, cuts of different tyles,
lprii's ani all information newmeary.
I. . .

Lovir Watanve, l'b.rie N74. ?22Oc'ean q street.




Portable adSoa~otoaavj K.;
ood-work Inn Mashlmery mad
Pmppt ivs. Complete line e"r.
ried In stock. Libor&[ temsr.
Write for ntalorev. state'
Aponte for the OLDS GAS
and RASOLMN =63901.




Fire, Life and Accident 'o *m*

When You Ae at

F Call upon up if you have
c~e rl'to the co1wliion
that it is tunsafe to leave
yourI! property unlprotec~t-
edl I' v ifurance Sany
ltAhge~r. We do not ay
Yomil nmqthii ('1, but thai
'St tt -h-Itt ldcomepbbefore
it is 111o Lite. and imme
it, -tile of tlthp counk~is
we mlxv~tw~nt.



- Some mws q

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La owd W Was sent at It Hutns Recovry by Creat
htiu Tnday Evening. ing Streagth.
There Is Just one thing the matter
SEVERAL PETITIONS PRESENTED with a person who has been sick-
-. that is, wwakueea.
Requesting that Candldatee for Various To all such people in Gaineeville
Offos be Placed on Ticket Were we recommend our delletop cod liver
envlehd oand Acted Up6--Mute-. preparation. VInol, as the very best
stremgth.reator we have ever sold
pal League and Anti-League. ino r otoe
The Cfty Coueil met Tuesday even. VYol streagthbea the dgestle or,
r tfor the purpose of receiving and nas, mreates a appetite promotes
esrtityag name for the various city somd sleep makes ridk, red blood.
oeess, a large crowd being present and builds up a depleted system to
There seemed to be little interest >th snd l gr.
manfested In municipal politics until This to because Vwol Contalns in
Monday, when the Municipal Leasue a highly coeewtratod form all of
aominated Its ticket It was on Tuee- the medicinal and stream thcreating
day that several petitions for aider- elements of cod liver oil actually
mas were circulated and signed, In taken from fresh cods' livers. with the
accordance with 'the rules providing useless, nauseating oil eliminated and
that twenty-five or more names should tolnc Iron added.
be affixed to a petition for any person We return money to those who try
to enter the race for any oflee who Vino and receive no beneft.-W. M.
bad not been nominated by any con- Johnaon, Drulet. Galeovinle. Fla.
\ aentlo i. i I 11
A deep Interest was manifested in ARCHER NEWS.
the petitions. The league agreed
with the non-leaguers upon the mayor- Archer. March 24.-Miss Annie Mc-
ally, but their differenceC, seemed to lain entertained her muale class on
vary as to the aldermen. There was Saturday afternoon. the occasion be.
so friction on any other of the names Ing a t. Patrick's luncheon. After
eertlfied. 1l seeming to be satisfied benog delightfully entertained with
with the remainder of the ticket, music and games the little folks were
The following names were certified Invited Into the dintlg-room, where
is regular order, and will be placed an elegant luncheon was spread. the
on the ticket tble' being decorated toI St. Patrick
or Mayor-oratio Da emblems. the center-plece being a
For Mayor-Horatio Davls.
statue bearing the Irish fag. around
Por Clerk nd raurer- J. Maxey which a snake was coiled. Attractive
110d1. I sbugs and frogs were part of
For Assessor--J. It. Douglass, B. R. sides bus and were partof
olson. J. Fletcher W. e- the decorations. A large cake Iced
solson. J. Fletcher Hill. W. 8. Mc-
Dowall. to represent a basket fllled with candy
ForTax lector -T. It ll and decorated with maiden-hair fruns
For Tax Colh ctor T. !1. EIllI
For Marshal it. T. Arnow. added very much to the beauty of the
ite. Cha. likoAI table. Miss Melain had very dainty
Kite. Char. i*inko.on .
For Aldrnen .1 lrntt. . hamrock place cards. napkluns avind
For Aldterimin .1 Hnritt. II. ..
pretty little boxes of randy for the
[;raves, C. Y. ('rawford. It. FI. Ilamnp-
Itnn, Geo. K. ,rettine .1 A. t(m)dwiti, favors.
i -Geo. K om rntart. h.1 A. tndwi-. The refreshments were sandwiches,
b. former three big lVeae candl-. olives. pickles, crackers,. stuffed exrs.
Forates as wan. al-,.Tr W. srnd of Isalad kiNss, ambrosia. Ice cream In
For Websterm-T. W dtrof. shamnrock shapes and cakos.
For Member oWr.l Af lnutl.Al Works It was with get regret that the
-W. W rtie caie, for the little folks to bid
W.The W, held n Aril their hostess good-bye, as they had
s The election wilt lbe held on April sh a l t
th. lnt such a pleasant afternoon.
u4th. t

Given Up to Cie.
'B.. jplegel. 1204 N. Virginia
vansvllle..lnd.. writes: "For over
I was troubled with kidney
dder affection which caused
ucbh pain and worry. I lost f
was all run down. and a year
to abandon work entirely. I
r of the best physilclans who
Ues no good and I was practice
given up to die. Foley a Kidney C
Ias recommndd s and the flrst be
gve me great relief, and after tal
the second bottle I was enti
r." Why not let It help you?
SMcCollum & Co.

iwuia How

r iay ho m "an list wha ainqv str
p l ta to ta wi s E*wo bd to
= .i baalwew for torubmwuft lent

OR s bob


9m-n, Km&

Received a Pine Cow.
t Tlhe Florida ECxperlmsntal Station.


Dust from Streets Piled People's
Netdril Ears and lLyes.
The weather for the peat ,, r
threo days bhas been very di..
able to pedestrtas, owing to 1tl,, lh
March winds which have pr.';, .,l
The dust from the streets ba- I..
very annoying, penetrating ti. i
trials any eyes of those who had to 1w
upon the treats. and probably cnus
Ing some to say bad things and t1ni e
others to think them.
On Monday the street sprtiklir was
set to work afr dinner, but not un
til s*eral had expressed their opinion
about the fellow who had It to charge.
The coastant ralns of thie tirenoon
Tuesday had a tendency to t the
duat fer the day, and. despite the
wind. pedestrians could proceem, with
comparative eas.

Pof. H. A. Newoll of Havana. Cuba.
ReoemmefCs Chambertain's
Coglh Cure.
"As long ago as I can remember amy
mother was a faithful user and frieai.l
of Chamberelan's Cough Remned\ but
never in my life have I realtl'.t itt
true value until now," writes Ir,,f
V. A. Howell, of Howell's Atwriian
School, Havana. Cuba. "On their nliht
of February 3rd our baby was t.tken
sick with a very severe cold: th> nie\t
day was worse and the follol,,at
night his condition was desperate liet
could not lie down and It wa, "a'n,
sary to have hitu In the arms *vry
moment Even then his br'st:thing
was difficult I did uot think he wouldd
live until morning. At last I tli iught
of my mother's remedy, Obanlarlanii'
Cough Remedy. which we ave,. nnd It
afforded prompt relief, and Do\ three
days later, he has fully re#e4o red
Under the circumstances I woulhi not
hesitate a moment In se~ait that
Chamberlain's Cough Remr and
that only, saved the life of puir ilear
little boy." For sale by all druiltlst

Train Service Reduced.
fPatrons of the Seaboard Air l.li
on the C dar Key division will rtiprot
very much to learn that th., *dtIly
freight train to Cedar Key haN' I.r et
discontinued, and the service st11 will
be performed three times a week Altth
this trails.
This train has afforded a rent con
voaRInee to those whodeslre to comnl
to (ailneerile on buslesea, and it In
hoped that the full service will soon
tIN re-inaugurated.

fve welug the agricultural department of eWill 0 to California.
and the university of Florlid has re ..riends of P. H. leenian id f=mi
me c.lved from the American ~horthorngret to learn that thv feilwc
lehb AswtlaUon at Chkiago. a fine heifer. will o ret to larn that thy esprt
ago which will be used and exhibited at t make their d tur for taoifornls
had th'e inier.lity grounds, to demon- In a short time, where fl- will II
did stratir the relative value of ratttlh future rede.
ally! when fattened uq> the products of hir tlnil n had the -'watract for
ure, Installing the elly rew.rao'. which
ttle The Rhorthorn is a ew.-f cile and ha ben rin'l**td v**r :i' month
klig iseroving very prollflr and Uft. in lip d his nvUma lein llyhave
rely the sections which are feed.l.ng ih added eg't deal to theA l ltol li
j. products which prove profitable %to of the ety, ad all will reret to sa
them and their cmdititosi. the Wave.
Through the courtesy of the Amert
- an 8harthorn readers' AssociaUio. HAIR NATURALLY ASUNDANT.
three' Shorthonrs have recently btwe
seat to the I'alteratty, agricultural 4d -, q le oil et iones U emew
partnmwt. as exlorl anisa. this sbhipt LeasoiM l.
niealt bling the lIt to arrive The lile pre atnim andl m**dr is elo
1 xnalumtelsent of the aNlrr1-tilural de- aa rulet. a Mlety or Irtatinag a AISM
partent.ul at tbhe I'nlwer.lt) ar*. well thatdo S l eartbly good. Ilair whe ot
41816 ed path ra h. nslly l Ilselaitly
plaed with slhat th. y hiave s te i i ri IseOfs, e stra. -eh of
of the horthorn twre*l, and will glliw *i bair trplte., sa4 dandrul Is eawed
their report after a th6ovugh lIrttest by a se. The easy wey '. rre daoes
galel remf a to ill the smOsN. a4. 4.* fr. ith
*a ty har preamctean hnaot 'i wi et nvst
Semse s ohe Is wbrerau e i* teiliS-
For e Oeeaee of the Skin. aheelwly aiherl.ri, ri ft,. i spam,
Nearly all diseases of the sat seek l e l l O et is *t WteUy, m4 keeridar
as erema, better, salt rles, and bar- si.w asd seft as ea "I '.rev s m
beam Itch. are charactersad by as ina. *- ? whe e1 OwN "-idd by
teawr trblog and aatiai Ih IWl6Sh ofi e l ed i wi N 1'
ten make" li1fe a h6rde and distrs I t ii
tenl UIn-a life a burdem and d totar101` ild

sleop atid root Qwik reMWefmey be I
b1a by Applylas ChAamlowiia's hive.
It a&Days the hehins a" amarting

bees cog dby Its mAe. Fu We ,by
anl dresgifta
R"" Ue mved.
I isti I Ualiersf...I hip t
Mthe e FUgiof6 t
NA~-a, m Caines' ile e nd. Tin
deramy mowediscamp tram dotweakse~
of the P k etr awtmbll.shK ISmha
heen hte~d fee the "- I" 00"b%
he a @6M abomttwo umaibowpa
atv. Eiam Mea O- fa of
oma WeW faks o re

awigbo brown to%. MM NW
at Lop bwra v"W VMSe a VPM It
-~~~~~~om is" um ~ u~W -~-
16Wwe & s
Finks CLbo.mosos 6wsoftNgd n
e'mWA.. -"0
t~ ~ *s. .~4TOW '
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Grade of Dental Work
Atp 4oi ,d itvi atcIto)( e'vvryoane. Nai.l ti t tit t I.oust tnteril~ea re nu d

Speak With Any of His Paets taaidSet What They bay.

I& kit). t;~*Ok!Crowns ink..... .... .. $OtoI 6
0,W ....lUIthge Work (per tIoh) --- KO toSoM15
lk~iil ,*..*... ... ..... Vorvtils aCtow rA.hI ...PrM o $1560
$1100to litV ........1410Wcwk .......slx to "LO
$100UP.) u ..... ........ 06M Ftw ...... ......... S LOP up
Wec sad 81.00 ........ n un ........... .. up s
We sad 11 S.............osms% V nowitX o
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T"Extratid Abous*h* aMim519tuel.. Ctrlma
F- FMe WamIn brWurh is ft"-

or. leo. S. Waliss Raimvill Denta Ofiu e
grahmh bs.EatMaob Strut H.

The Dutton Bank


A Stroi):g 1Bank,

I Ivlg Blpl ui-

eflaort, it Primol



W. R. Thomas

C. W. Chae,
It Vice- I'ro Ident.

C. Broome,
ice Preide'ntl,
). Turner,
and Cashier.

2nd VlI



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H. F. Dutton,
C. W. Chase,
J. 0. Nichols,
J. A. Maulteby,
S. J. Theme,
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W. A. ThOMS16
W. 8. Tayloff
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retreat. JLates



fn'e. "riote tVollllg man'to
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4m tosae I" ad to th pablate

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Stapl, and Fancy Crocorlo.

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S ^ &, 44 A man s hl yh
sieUt"A.orP *as-6G&IMO us,*sYet one io mthroa tt tHel 'l A
a. Swm*4m U r. three ozclthin0001 blV MI >-g 0 Jon tom ps0 0
W N. McCREiARTl... ....M Im91tMM. been *1ftVot l w tats esator ..'rs, has b- tooved. TI
..--- from Okl0hA t bildaessm of not d t tor 4 d It N
MgBE .BUpTs..*.*.......-**Ci *hor. Thboam Mtaased by to p t press ilrvl
m. Pas r .... s ~oM easa two palatt nMaiim At eight a boy W r saovw tk IMr. W. a. e|
_p ..... .natmo tel omWa i POMrsM Mr.cX. stoam; thnrl or s toi hlnme blhsla of dieadit, mt'at' qsalI
w.amm sa,. Tlnwed sho a to ars git t he r. other .e of 7 61r Ie. a
1U01 1111 ..tew im, 7 h d.toi s ov masi ,u
m gsaw of ioVeaile"s d- suIwgm* dled. 1 eM po. os boeel here. A.

si.tsmoues I sal c onsm oi a ms oap The PNot; he pNe sit owe ur.haah w
Sr M s ce.t i .er a mo eI oigh. Mthe sad At ft .iri .bitfotpo ro Ifdf p atltut, -
snw ONe dap A l y Sm ueaM a wo t "a1Wn- a o.
spermlnsIt" a e gt 'he yoLeglelatem; at to di e, bet it Ib t,
Thf Tiwi.. dofie shIa sM .. ii e t it l lMMIl : sad was utlano tvso dMlun oawU raM y
OW e -m ooGo assw mesoy ef-'in t as m Congrew e a, alstmneto a n a is. Iate do b thgenel IC AC eimody for
s@, 4eakl, AsMeNAMgmssai-, awd l. toaAt' t e re the sam o@ th oCity Coue to foer Wbh the
11, p"sON t. mmy V s uIt a party is e ts. aeo m mby whie tha s work am beh d o i curious, The action 4fHr-
dermcis, ots*wyr-as5 m IIh. He oe hims us to bg pow wltbh reson. "o"d is mmildadbeaign,Itis adaptedtoinfa tMswell
AN aas an mn s e oto.. -ols iat ta tos remain adults of every variety of temnmperamnt ando constitution.
trnl .f ril u" t"re d at a ted"tng assw. Th Tath o w TTrueiTas11
u Vh ae npposltls he-e ator cat be suggest tim n=u of Col. =ME" Th iai wessoidl
i mis I pa fr atoCinwW is a6' Momey-aWre s for a dlviale of T. J. Appleyard, the bra "y editor of a t VA wr:-be haba
11101 mA111 aS sIL To^V s, time. Disre @gons hi youth mad The Lake City ldet for the ofa _0 % fandtb e had 0 "a
g getag oney thatreplied: "I will of State Comptrolln many of the
Try the experiment of "too muchn ; y kes,
advertise for a wbile-St pays. better ibety to do the wsame Vp the uubjeet, with the result
n "to, .itt ,or tohred hom be harangued, that CUi. Appleyard iNealan- more
I -thinking to uhaust Goros patwance. poplrity every day to this coM a
The Thaw divors- seems pitiful Thlt p eationtly M ded his tm, tt". The Ban heartily eondrses himbt
aat'Mlltm to k ah welM stasd mol. sad the orfour f brs more ena as so better man (%a the State l,
drdaSAaad aastl trial. stalled thi Its apprletative an be Mared fpr th- polito. His
.- -- 4tOene. Pre aftra pale of The "Cow Mso .e In pube U fe ter e than mM T ELT O
The Mana or weas. who shows grntAW t Record" he qgeto froma twet years has ttWe iM a peculiarly 9
clwnesom and pe blatenaoy 1 adiver. ery- quotations that Iled his th for the posido of Camptroller bes -
tisang for Work will 1ad the knld toaggtlt with rse, but rippedl b i ase e would ester the post on
Which rete. ad rtrards thes p wery de Mew Gores op. thagyacqualated with histduts A UCS TITLE T FLF P H0 WNE
wIUdes. p ets realize that he is noi a assa he wouldM pIrfO thm fr F I 1 LM l AE V 1
Sto be tampered wth or Ignored. RHo Appe mrd may put a o ta t iT LINE 8 REACH
Two t"aIe have reminded us tat eer I to he Seate will be worth kcelhambecaase we now him and A L A C HUA COUNTY TA 8 TOW
spring ut he within es reah- watobtim. *praet hIs manbood d a aity. T fa W
the *wt soh of the4.00mokitn-bAord, --. .
Sad tat red fm Wo areorse TONE oF CRACKED S2LLLS. A photoirhapbhWs oeotrfatohmob ileod.M WIr MrAI Ea4B FloridaTe lephone Co.
ly on the wt=I. / described and Ulastrated In The April B. VOTL, Manager. eDistareeg Soste.i-
I i kEvery once In a wbu e someone some*o POpa Mochtoes l bcompurtlyn r .IJ.. nb a
A Ptek *pIWr ma of wealth o whero wants to know how to restore e i0p4e to tatm. dev top rdV prent aSill n Ry rf ATTERIES
ded and hs to eMd a9m -ao d to the tone of cracked bellt. It i t h sh.ot p h s torSgy AUe a 1 aned~sl eo Amre9 smpe Aniy anlttIAni
lam tat he WM mur4 d seven yeams usually a quotiona of t *omy either. whle operates the car supplies light *.Lae1 lsWn, y Quantity-Any Tim
Se. It takes a long while for news but oft one of ate.tim. for each, to the studio where eras, back. I A1-CTYa WAxiS I EAST FLORIDA TLUFBOONE CO.
to irotelate ai the Quaker City. bell has an IndTviduality of tone th from le ses sad boheadMtS r L. VOYL or Bell Phone es.
Ate whbol chains blamed for bav heard it as a tsiar vols eto tohe developing Stnk, negative
spredig of aumptios gBrms, k th troagh any years. Dosulssag this acks tys and sa olvesw for bottles
eat ove algaiast t modern vehicle. mb)ji ia Its Aprwl ember Popular and e)mlailft On the ro i s a
Nest to come will a law to compel Mechabnlcs magazine state: turntable or stand to be ae as a Ta p a Joni RI
we- --_aet*s sre theo tome of w ised tbell has C a V 1V c
It is peprted that tha railroad ara prwed aunomtL r &aiy lan nl
hboardM o Ina 1roM0 of Smlaw' M t nhea ho ee bw *o end Perhaps In one the stores. n ECTIV BRARY
tt1ke. Yes there wl have to tbe sawed out ad hot bell mtal has bee the paper today you will read of some.EFIV FEBRUARY 10, IN..
something started to keep up the price pmred in. but the results bao been thtg whi will touch your Int*ests
as the hot weather appre ob. the same Be Mtal is sa al sea so unmistakably that it would have Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
Spod of perw at copper and 3 be a pwaal mlsfortuas to av cal point South. . . . . . . . . . . 9:30 a n
No merhagtbean suord to under. per ent Un. overlooked It! Returning, arrive Gainesvile ................. 4:25 p n
s ttate the ore or merit of his The only way th tpe of a ere- .
oeUtor'D avetlsIna-or to ed beU ells be reaton l U oorsy r i p0roai'*ni *sis Leave Gainesville for Sanpsoii City, Palatka,
wee ft sWof misting and "t I, says the tanager the MSOhae of universal pee Is th at a S Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6:00 pm
tg" the chaeage aId the pace! B e sCompany. TheMre save besben anyintobeoO'L epesiv
m" tofeortues made bythse Ito Returning, arrive ainesville .... ............ 9:30 p m
Stiply beemus a *an asks h l beat cltaimin to restore the tea.h var dei
irl to marry an *i five or *ix times be way se ,e *MA"pop t o *, "ut TelmsILepvt. L E. Barker, TTro et'r.
fore ase comnats. is so reasss why aevw w *nemitl.'
he shoutld boulder himsef a foot- The aMisertst t 4 is made w fl
though he may haen good remai to Cheter Mepty. C the Mesly 3.1 thSAP -
think so afterward. o who ays that the hot hell sees an
u et et her lt short appear aftr a ew blows have SA B O

beieve we have Ma bid Ifar Also hus., ,It i *so the Np el lW Air Line Railway
debut-but maybe Palatha whl outbi e tioy hom a r ataae aterian -_*_

n.. A. P. .l di t thoe as is 4MTps e mf BAVANNAH, OOLUMITlA, CAMDEN, SOU.
eL.. mTu rda la1. BC had was S 2? i e ps...s shown by j^, TBERN PINB, RALKIGH, RIOHMOND,
ome hy e Di'. Hsi ^ w^i is. ev-ee g WA8HINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHIL.
sts C ?flordad fr~p more plaed A s a 3.r ^ tmetsory sto ear! ADELPHIA, NEW YORK.
MarteS outy t the Legislature o eort s of two years sad a halt
1981. ia t15 he was the momtane of ^t a cBMem eIMm( Three o wnt Trins Daily:
tsted by Governor Mitchell. As a the last -e-as in semgtlagso ho *

,Wbm ewtoo frm lNa m ofthe isup our hate "Ad yelling a IttleD
It maka flow f to good ths SEABOARD MtIL99
S .a ,w be .....a ** w. o,*, ob"SEABOARD MAIL"
insai. whe e to isawakoed by We otur COne umadr Dolrnrs ReA
the eMtant fM r of wht1t from t he ,ward for a"y case ofC Ota1t that ean.b
wrt-s kaetorles. alIas the ms t not be cred tby' Hall's Catarr Cure s
wwk. sad mrmindin tm that we r. CHOENf a cO. To0 Mod,
,% be up a d "o to as w it I. we. te .ade.igned .have now Modern .u"man Equipment
wanma Gainwvllte ibvter than what J. CJ h* lar I h s rt aras.d su.
It (6;" mad It a"M" the follow who htwioev his prfetly e rabembto lt allD
has go the mray to let out of bed jb8 ie tretaMctIo s4 uand amctf y VTs St o.AUD nIM UdA UJMnITD--lolld Pwwm RhMLo
at tW owd of thel 4 ,itcka hstea abWe to carry out say obligation |o&WOWSt Aatae mud JrkvU tn to New York ." at mMml ad
fee better to a* the man s by hk rtW t a .s ta ,ertMr srie; Dob ts
happy sad whletli, with their s*?I. WAIJANG. KINNAN A MARVIN. 41110mma sse. t maWld beerva m Ci r. ve
Ale dnserpala sti to their rt W liSm Dratt To4o 0. |o& a I1* e. .a. Janed a rtl2e. :6S- P. m. bd7. tldtuSges
spective pled e mpsearllat. wie Hamr* &atrrb C-ar to tab"mlat
got a big a gereahe to wager to a alsi. mues dirctly sp*n the bhoid a Wdsia" aswow
dobsut m t maet auter It tS, meresw m aues t of the astm. tmWO
hlu id the hpapaAbtlemat Galmo** i *- * rS"M M TUOW IL&e It sA.
ca" bowe of a m ay baa* ON& T JoliaB'sen. AesPM Srmeast S P a-
so poem


spwoes are sut oiooming. ane ir au The mew Catholle church I coure
things prove favorable there will be of construction tin Jacksonville will
quite a crop fqo shipment. have a seating apacity pf 800. There
will be asix exW, so t. came of
Tamin has a prospect of an increas- accident the church can be cleared
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ed letter carrier service for its poist-
offee. It Is a result of the urgent de-
mand of Postmaster Uean that Tampa
be given additional letter carriers.

Homestead growers are receiving
very poor returns for the vegetables
shipped, but are not discouraged
enough to quit, hoping the market
will take a turn In their favor soon.
Something must be wrong, as the
lon~et yet heard from were I cent a
cti'ae for ton:atoe**.

The Cornwall Farm-Land Comi)pan:
of Chicago who made a purchase of
17.500 acres of land In Nassau county,
near Hilliard, a few months ago.
have decided to bring from the Wort
a large number of farmers and colo.

in a very short usme. his eae wil -------- .
cost $100,000. and will undoubtedly A
be the handsomest church In Jackson. TRE MAN AND lIS JOB
ille. --
The Acme Fiber Extract factory. *y Herbert J. Hapgood.
one of Titusville's chief undlatries. . .. .. --
owned by C. A. Spencer of Bostont. *here aIs nothing ~o"i .m1tul to a
Mass..alarge exporter of tannic acid. man's buslHes. than the.' t. ire' to de-
was completely destroyed by fire. One liver goods on lime. Wh. i. ou proin
hundred barrels of acid. valuOe at tIe a customer to get his stuff at a
$4,000. was destroyed In the ware certain hour. you ahoull met it there
house, and the loss of the plant will at all costs. If you fail to keep your
be $50.000. covered by Insurance. The word, all the eUmnues in the world
re wUill throw a la.e number qf men will not help matte In It leasst,
out of employment. This Industry Very often It seeteN an utter im.
was promoted by William Brown. possibllty to make go Nl a proinise
former preasdeat of the Port Dallas of this kind, and tett uii lget busy,
Bank In 1898, and wvs a pioneer digg. up exoWses. I have often
tabshement of Plorida's moet valuable wished tht I Id recorded all the
rI 'odo.uc rideulous excuse that lct ople hal e



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By John M. Scott, et Florida Agricultural IxpoermeMnt 1 1.

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S dhleaw c- kd with
1 AfaMERa&ftmom, M mo hAtAterial called
lhse them upon tkld land for the pur *. the place
PO* of cultivatlig q( atl. WIMw ad l i d Is made.
Last Saturday one of the slab P
flets of the & J. Riom Iet CoW Ou UII 6 0Muio
pany of Port Pierce MMd Stuart a M i The "
brought to Stuart MOte taa three M 0 powr In
thousand pauad of Spaft h Makerel, Olm ul gv new
and on M6m4ai abt "nty-flve 1 A > ill t
hundred pona of Mue ash. AO esaught v
In the ocean ewar the St Itte salet. h
,- .. n. Mw red

.m.. ades when I reladed them that shorts produced 7.49 pounds of milk; while one pound of eeoeanut meal
f --- WmtO--l *f they had tone baek on their word. with the corresponding amount of bran and shrts produced o*ly 4.04 pounds
One chap had lthe l4itulty to say of milk.
Otha I thte delivery, b went insane while (YTIK OONRIDRATIO49.
SWeved to a bo epir Then, of o e, o far as we are able to detat, the cocoanut mea had so bad reet

bespita to got the package;, Ou391
smohrl boy had to go ttown r th(+ on the general health or consUtutions of the anmauli, After the Ast tOW
.I 0val h de a ee. It heartily as they did ettoneed meal. The cows were weighed
Washlinton, D. C., Mareh 24.-Two only by what be says but by the ez. Ty are on t way or "Y weight duri n d a the per mri of the perd a ment.
extraordinary speeches have been do traordnary manner which be says The tt reported here wth we not oht dr th prductd duriniod o the bt ori of the
livered In the Senat during the past it He alternately houts sadly wbie tUme" am phrase mere distasteful o Thear test rhe dairy o w not e ather of Jurily andg the best A hf
week, one by Senator Tillman and the pers. eroebes throw aup his arms, e than medletai Ty are not onl yempanled by an abundance of fies and wmquito, JulIy sd At cdutel w a
other by Senator la Follette. The bends doable s pounds hi dekor false. but al lack orlnalt and a good yield of milk an abun Thisd no doubt ad mountton par, t for the low da
speech of the South Carolinlan was, stamps his foot. At times hMe voe shipping eerk who ma't think up averge yield perf milk Twhi nowa a lidu title least iha two p.toe. io d1
as usual, picturesque, being a whole- rise to a perfect scream and a le. ter eacue has no 1t to bis job. v what would be ra hled only a fair yield for a sood dairy eowo A good e
sale denuincihtion of the President, of er who could not see hbi mdht t a. I se heaon rd b of a absen t-al d what would be alled n ly a fair y flone of dlk a day A
lowh hsott ought to giveain of&6gallons ofmilk a dAY,
whom he ,sak, "Hei in now planning a glne murder were being lone. ie ts shipping clerk who lost his Mnlition oh t v a v a g ,, ,fo
truce with rich malefactors and tis a star actor ia the Se "andsuceeded to IL 4 pgett b lae In a
ready to grant amninesty to an past i I do etlo's oflee. One by, an exelted ApptelNtme.t P opened.
offenders. The price of negro 6dle- The prwent indications are that voio came over the teolophne. lw %1h1ue Wdathi .men-4 t we 4sA*
gates in the South rise each day before my next letter is wrtt"e the don't you send the doctor? ealled ihedia the bp tmiot o( f J a tlee
through improper use of Federal p". Aldrich bill will have een pseed by sypp elrk a"t her sorI. and tn a fers de t40o C* ald ('harles D. a
tronage. Tbe uost flagrant of all the th enate with every Repeblic mhanteal sort of way, rattled bk Clark of the .Mdle nMrtet ot Tee.
executive neglects to) enforce the law. vote, save I Poettos, and sout ewll eN over in if minte. ma' aMeee, would se( i ade until the
a running r.e, a cancer on the body right DemocraUe votoe. The Senate u ,twi w*i m molnad ofl Mt week. the appIlmA.tOet
politic, bated of all good citizens and rommilttee on Plance has stricken Jast pa ttia the wn belag potp14e to e0ale the depart.
denounced eveu by the Preident bin. out the railway bond provoml t he That a bot the vlluo of the e u t to oeagbly o e ass w e s I
self who anathernatlsed it in bitter bill. bad done so In fact b before as offered for amidcltory of att a m~ of aame having
languaxo. but who takes no steps to Mr. L Pollette stade hois speee, and bo 9s___ S i t r the tlat tea t.
apply the rnimedy. Is the failure to e-. this, t is believed. wIUerm to die. a of t l @ L '' O P .
enforce the plain letter of the law r* are meot of the oppoatelm ha t e1 to sletmey "t ot~t Mi. .D lar m ,Paller
lating to the control of the naUtona Hose. while the Presliae t is a to "bel e a t Min M o A.U., .Mar hI e am.
banks. The lavish we of bank reM. g 6o gerure om pum-mm naldl T po f- at Dat Ad"M laty. s Am*.* ay et hfte.
sources and credit for years has borne Ialgg of begtb aiggg whoUa si At a* Llt laube w. Pon1^ 0 j bid t
fruit by enabling Napoleons of finance po bhim to vote %r It. t asI f M SA The mesay ewwewlaa a IaB1eeMed
through the medium of the New York Wos SiAb t w ea is rt a ao f 4 I.
8tqk Exchange to market btlions of The PrIet befftesay aboabed l 0be WM asim'mc ad a "he e s heW m a I a f irgi wbek Or
IFtt t4 Lob nn a fire-engne when yow

dollars of almost woathleMe stoa iad a gla mar peopl id Wa s i siaits pmmdi e oily isMeo* .n Ia to ,* yg firI s he w
to-lace thee ia the hasd of beilples hby -. tsdoMtrlM ArM t~o A *Mr. bs ths Jar eM-t ea m t I s eto s M "AN. nIosw" tsoew house i on lie, beesul Is It
Investors who bave y aaedhard- m m ajl ofmee eMaew rls m tbl t t to tel .o the
earned money for thenk wU k wMeEWA a"d r 1 v^s aU iam .m. S .o* emmN w0 megmj p tnt ly secure the entire valn
ths wbenA dveed firn te *** *ae a l 4 11C h1 w4tUe. amber St --e 'IM t" h de WI to o toy 'S 'M of your home-that is, whis
lrr^ ioll 8rA8 arrliS ars: t'
o legitimate bbusiesea.- Mr. Tlllma *a "a Th& ainca weI is wakfty rctno& i s0 "M 9 do9011 11 1 14,
was grMe td with the al t eam. adMs ee ftg fwaiwat6&l -WK i louSe ie litpe n dupon a
gaerIes and at U me io n remarkable seam& nas a 1 tIse.&o s ,M y. strong polly for
a tate atsm aend* u.q8 delivery e ed rn aa a tdee ,anbb$ w" t pa ^ .. w~e- i

se-ed terms vad tsml#uteA m hIafIThri" to Weu&bao 0o I f ItWlaalyb&o
nma stea ur d l 011 ema the ms mto tr Id eto toes d a sl e, e i hoI- a_. ._ hq
drich bill w bile e declared w as h tte A ft hbitte WO- eI t0h1U 11 1W A anon a a" 400 s as Mo es gi t
in.. eafews isce the e Ml ml ort ) te.Foo WM"Ansed 1W be "0b111111 ,668Am a U -N kI e. TUIaMaL.
ruwsh a. the aStadared a.. e e r On k te %a mita ab it Wwm. a lol n amo ebs a
oa J. .or at moron e Ushear. b ea ms de.is mIen od," e . 1 B a S41. -wU-s V"
ta tme r-e"t "Palead- *J*e ed-rA -d seless a the semeXs on W n--& -
*aeWl suringeowy had beeo pm he.e a me" Wasetol - W I reW -m 1 hu. W Nave used aim 19Owsam
d gte by Monras. Re .f0ee.Iooal. s ow .ra I M 04" "od h.smsow...orW. 9e.
for thepae.rpse addi to thetr -$o 1 ? *9* Be o
peumlary preft. Mr. LaeetU es- I There ha baes a n g6ag Sfl ol wt

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Orlando has gone Into the business
etf killing off the Bagllsa sparrows.

The Lamb grove at Palmetto turned
out 35,000 bdxes of oranges this year.

8t Luke's Hospital la Jacksonville
Io to have a new aome. The site
ha beet ilected and plans submit-
ted. -
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as.aAt aUJMiGIEinULane count,j

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toe to o ft A lowto a
dw a%@" ON$" smasea""
oulmow. f ha. e ralso%6so **
no t-inlfth. -
ftfl" is -OA moadmos 4.
Drauo Qu~ine ~to low

Sam. ma -

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Ii recent years the manufacture of cocoanut oil on a large It
the dried "meat" of the cocoanut (copra) hasi given a by-product kfto1
cocoanut teal. This material has been placed o(N the markets as a
food. A chemical analysis of the coteonut meal with which our
ments were conducted Indicated that its apporeut feeding value wao
excess of half that of cottonieed meal.
Four cows were selected from the dairy herd and divided into two ,
lots, so that the period of larctation in ech' lot would be as nearly cot*
parable as possible. The feeding time was divided into three rqual period t
of twenty-one days each, with seven days preliminary fe'ditg before 9e0 1
of the three. plrlods, so as to change the fe'eliig gradually. 'Each lot
received th saime uniount of bran and shorts. but the cottonseed ii.eal and !
cocoanut meal were not fed In equal, buit in eqlulvient rations, which were
calculated from the results of the cehemlcal ainlytls.
The expe'rtmennt proper In toed s1ity three' iay,. during which timn the
cows which we're fed with cottonseed iigo'. i'riceluc .'d 1,l.6b iounitds of
millk. atst the ciw. which rtc'elveid eocomtilt ,,'iAl KItMv 1,O44 pounds of
milk; so that the Ilanc(e in favor of cott'onwel i a.il wais only 44 I5 pounds
for the wh'le |-'rlod. or an :tmerage of a Iltlth' in ,r, than II ounce%'i t day,
(One gallon of milk weigh ts 4 |Ipou~I<
From the' t,'oe, r"tilt,. %e' find that 'w,' pIoii il or cottontve,'1l n'anl to
nearly equal to two Inaidit of towmanut ilnatl for tilk production. This
correspoend1 nearly to tihe result of the i'hI'Itictl nitil s's of th.,!eI two ma.
trials. Int other word.4, our etperine'nts Indlhatet that a unit of proteln
from eeoannut ine'nl li very nearly, but not qiipte,, equal to a unit of protein
frolt cottons'ed aiatil
In this exprlinmnt tih' total amioutt of f'ee'ds cConsunwtd were as follows:
First Tiet--<'o4oantt animal. 4.' poundal, brain., 1,00 pound; shorts,
1,008 pounds. Second Teat. --Cottotnse.d nieal. 2.'J poitudli, bran. 1,001
pound.; shorts. 1.008 |l)UItid.
One iouind of cotton.ti'ed mn>ul with (the upraiwr amount of bran and

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Spromlnent part women a
n la the naUtiona] movement for the
lnftservatilo of the oontae na ral
M sources, to discnas whih President
Roosevelt has Iirted 'the Govworeo
of all the States sad Terrtortlee to
meet with him at the White Iouse
fa May, Is forcibly brotout t o the
March number of Appleton's Mass
snlae, whdic gue: /
"In a broader, though not more la.
S portent, isd tham the M taches aMd
the home the w bWty Co Ameriaa
; *dh n to, uor *eftvely reWl
WW e tolt tn tedey toward
wasteUlGesm oer them sa oppor.
Stfty Id limpoesf a duty. Thee awe
W to be fudI tn omabatil the wanato
wast of the natos's satural re-
S oweura. Never lt the history of the
World has a more invlttag oceaslo
o ired itself to women thais pr"
, ted by the vital naestty of
economislag the asatral nwurM of
the United states.
"If the woes of America take up
S arn-etlyX th qutiUon of nmaoal
wa te, the prosperoa future of the
ob, try is assured. It is peculiarly
V'OeWe's work because the time Is
S abort, boause men are motoriously
slow to itove, *ven %owing the facts,
Sai d bemawu, through motherood best
Sspun the acomplishmaest of a pur.
Lf .ge, the- seatitet of a nation may
be obanged In a single generation.
W .Wo maay bope for a sudient
ak u'eNm of smocm I teaching their
| Oinktld ecoomy to get the move.
S mat well under way, but they may
jlok forward to 'complete achieve.
masIt I toulcating la their children
W 1 aspir whole will change America
O im the moat wasteful nation In the
i ld to one of the most prudent.
S The problem would be as ridlcu
S isly simple as It is actually alarm
40Si wre' It'a t for the Inertia of the
le, asuperitduced by the careless
4r-qard of all save the movement by
6 raM mak and Me of men.
i "Al that is lacking Is public sent.
4t fof thle ooseervatlon of natural
the thetltuUon of a policy
atmioal ec-qo" y for cme of nation.
SThe beelto might be

mde to acrue and o e Man danuen

averted with varying degrees of lm -
mediate personal benet to each l KO AN DIPLOMAT ATTACKED.
dividuami and Ia asendln ecale to
posterity, by the arefl husbandlng let Upon and Severely Beaton by
low ayndSea m. rm ta n, KawnCal., M.-D.
total sad saprsale W to
"mb Is a brief part of the storyW the s ou l of ate. a o ae to
Ssatlonal waste. so fr as the past rived ft ity hm om was at.
Is edeerao d we may view It chart te a knocked a da by a& com.
ably asoa uevitable conseqanee of m tee 1or arwy baame Mm mry
our favored asituaton and the auper-* mt Ia n e 0oty a hies $tsi.
6au11m1e of ewr natural ftoes, but Osly the poapt m iv C at Maest
for the ft any saMobh conlaent view 4 itbye of the hotel la
ant lead only to aatin 1 impoerish- -M to M load criee or hbep m.
neot and disaster. te a mast d life, or the Koreas declar"
begia. with lndilvlauls before t an hter they wauld have ktltWd ti.
spread to the mass aA the prit of SteWve w severe brud aia
iatelligent eooomy oan t e Inculated serated, bat was not danmeriw ly
successfully only by the women of A th a ..l.U e
country. The preeervaton of the Mevea a i an trv'iw upon ar.
forest as a singl eases that is of riva la the nK0 n. C t9have
moet pressing Importance, Io one that ..es r..l.y batIr by Jst" bys
should appal particularly to organlm- ptm tat hoey m
sations of American women, and it ete lo m t h e l v y M M e aK.
an be helped tremeadouasy by their ave wetoAd theK Jaea s ba '
support, while the slower process of hav 1 1eJ .es i thial
educating the Individaul to abhor wea s a on the Sumnd that te
waste and thereby developing an en- oly hopee fr Korea toi a reor ala.
lightened demand for the conservation to of h oMld tiutitUa on the
of national resources Il golng on." line propoed by Japan. Other t*
ments, an of wbtch were favorable
Geed LiniMent to Japan In relation to their native
Yu will hunt a good while before untry, mad4a the Koreans angry.
ou wl After the eaut Stevens w.t to
you ind a preparation that Is equal ht eom. Thehel n was t the
to Chamberlain's Liniment as a cureM oe thrown into a state of intense
for muscular and rheumatic pains, for extement by tle affray. Steveml
the cur of sprat sa and soreness of a his lajuries attended to and he
the muscle. I| Is equally valuable for refused to be seen, as he was ln no
lame back and all deep-eated muscu,* salutlon to dticun thie attack which
lar pains., 15 and 50-cent asies for he firmly believed was murderous In
sale by all druggists. te Intent.

Offers wlerd for Night RIders. Listen
(U isle, Ky., MaUoh 4.--lhe Nm. And remember the next time you
eas county authorWtle offered Mn suffer froni pain-caused by damp
day a reward of $200 for the appm. weather-pwhe vnur h*ead nearly

honeton end oavitkton of any muber
of the pug of "atlt iderd who called
at hie bome of Hiram Hew om PFri-
day jjl&M aM shot MIm. Governor
WiNmon has been asked to offer a re-
ward of $600 fur the SpnW dnelon and
conviction of any member of tA e band

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A)_ i sSON SAt ? YL In ln BnL

mt 4 be vo rte of cah Court, U_ WPh -. .----
^ BB d }eeothOimdiht or jlorlds, la J i ^2
Mub ,M eogwlty, I, Chancery. Uo mtL -. I w4
Sid. daer a virtue of a decree
., da o e d r A. D Gooo the Riviera.
I.; T. lrlag the sale of the prop- a. Peteriurg. Marcr 24. -Jon
yh ei a1tafttI described, by the Un- W. RIddle, tule Amerhsn nantWtrl
k) dolae e Ilosas for part to Rumia. has lift att jet.rMhurg
S Ad Istrt luton s.as tie edm for the Riviera on leave of a~ etw
An, 0 Wilom, allt d M. Whit in hi Intenretu er about
M. ad Milltbeth J. Adams. w, the rst. of May.
*_ undersUined commtlshoners, will
K at public outcry before the court Unequaled as a Cure for Croup.
door, In the City of Oatnesaville. "llsdes being an excellent remedy
hoUrs of, lea,o onatwys tse for colds and throat troubles, Chamber
i by o o April, A. D. 190o to the n lain's Cough Remedy is unequaled as
iad beat bidder therfor. all s a cure for croup." says Harry Wilson
t cerf a lot. tract. pi.ee, or r par of Waynetown, Ind. When given as
of land attd. in dsde ha s thi
OS eauity of AIbua, In thn e .in as th croup couh aPiwar.. this
of 1lorhta. and .more particular remedy will prevent the attack. It is
Siwn, d.attavl'h-ed. and deserib. used suctsfully lu many thousands
k|llows. towit: The Wst half 110 kome. For sale by all druggsts.
r) of the fractional port of the .
halfm tN) of olooa Thirty.
Is (21), Is Townshlt Nine (1.
A U ndoM* Orant. and containing f i I

O I, n anyw ap= Tes prus Chss U ed to C st of 0C4
At Gailnevllelo. rida. this 2nd day 4 quarts Sunny rook ......... $
ar A 'D. 1. II quarts Bunny rook... .1
1J. 11 JARVI. (lottled In lkond
W. II. PAL.MR, 4 quarts Mellwood......4.
J C ADKINS 11 quarts Mellwood.. .. 1
Coummioersi. lBotItled in liond
.4 quarts (lMckkhemr .. !
.. .. "...-.S. IX 3quarts Ouckrukeneri..... I-

* A ST A A1&AL

i S taI' to

bursts from neuralgia-try Ballard's
Snow Liniment. It will cure you. A
prominent business man of Hemp-
stead, Texas, writes: "I have used
your llnment. Previous to using It I
was a great sufferer from rheumatism
and neuralgia. I am pleased to say
that now I am free from these com-
plaints. I am sure I owe this to your
lilniment" Sold by W. M. Johnson.

Decides Bank Is Insolvent.
Okpenhagen, Mnla 24 .-The bank
ommnuttee whioh. on Feb1ruary 9St1,
took over the aBtirs of the fltallo
Haoliers' bank has come to the con.
clushim that the inetltutkn it Insol-
vent and ha. d te4' 1d In favor of liqul-
datilo. The capital Inve m'l In the
bank Ie reganitl as entirely lot. It
became known ,*rly in the year that
thls bank wit in (ltfcultieA and there
wan a run on It Iobnrary 8.

No Case on Record.
There is no case on record of a
cough or cold resulting in pneumonia
or consumption after Foley's Honey.
and Tar has been taken, as It will
stop your cough and break up your
cold quickly. Itefuse any but the
genuine Foley's Honey and Tar In a
yellow package Contains no opiates
and is safe and Kure. J. W. McCollum
& Ce



ByA. W. Blair, Florida Agricultural xpeimt taties.
. . . A b mm - i m

-WE E Eu w IVWv --W- -W 'F 11 9 -

During both seasons here referred to, the experiments wer conducted
on second-quality high pine land, and Bes Island cotton seed was planted.
The experiment field was divided Into tenth-acre plots, which were fertilized
with a variety of fertillisers In varying amounts. The following lixture
wa taken as the standard for an acre: /
200 pounds of acid phosphate (14 to 15 per cent.)
150 pounds of bright cottonseed meal.
50 pounds of muriate of Potash (48 to 50 per cent.)

400 pounds.
The quantities of these materials were Increased and decreed singly
and collectively within reasonable limits. Other materials re al1o tried;
but they did not give any better results, and In molt caqs were not so
good. If it is desired, kainit may be substituted In the above formula for
the muriate of potash; in which case four times as much kalnit as muriate
should be used to have the same amount of actual potash.
(1) In 1906 plot 7. which received the standard, yielded an increase
over the plot that received no fertilizer of about 340 pounds of seed ootton
per acre. If we assume that this was worth 6c per pound, we have $20.40
as the gain, which was apparently due to the 400 pounds of fertillser, for
the two plots in question were side by side. The cost of the 400 pounds
of fertlliler would probably not much exceed $5.50, thus leaving a net gain
of about $14.90 per' acre.
(2) Plot 19, which received this mixture at the rate of 600 pounds
per acre, yielded at the rate of 150 pounds of seed cotton per acre more
than the standard plot, and this was the largest yield of any of the plots
in 1906. This increase, according to the price assumed, would be worth
$9.00, while the additional 200 pounds df fertilizing material would cost
about $2.75, leaving a net gain over the standard of $6.25 per acre; and a
not gain of $21.15 over the unfertilized plot.
(3) When, however, we put on 800 pounds per acre, that is, double the
Standard (plot 20), the yield was not quite as good as with 600 pounds of
fertilizer. This would seem to indicate that there is no profit in applying
much, if any, more than 600 pounds per acre of a fertilizer of the grade
(4) When only one-half the standard amount was applied, that is,
200 pounds per acre, there was a falling off from the standard. The net
gain from plot 18, which was thus fertilized, was about $12.25 more than
the unfertilized plot, and $2.65 less than the standard.
The results for the past year are not as conclusive as those for 1906,
owing to the Injurious effects of the root-knot ifor a description of this
disease see Farmers' Bulletin, No. 302. I'. S. Iep. of Agr.); though here,
as in 1906, plot 19, which received 600 pounds per acre, gave the largest
yield of any (800 pounds of seed-cotton per acre); while plot 18, which
immediately adjoined It. and received only 200i pounds of fertilizer (half
the standard) per acre, yielded nearly the same as In 1906 (350 pounds per
acre). It is especially significant that these two plots, lying side by
side, should give results which correspond so closely, plot for plot, for the
two years; since the experiment was conducted In Columbia county in 1906.
and In Alachua county in 1907.
The facts so far seem to indicate plainly that there is profit in applying
400 to 600 pounds per acre of a complete fertilizer on poor grade pine land,
but that to go much beyond this amount is not profitable. That the prac-
tice, which is still quite prevalent, of putting on 100 to 200 pounds per
acre of a poorly balanced fertilizer (such as cottonseed meal or kalnit), Is
unprofitable, seems even more clearly indicated. There seem good reasons
for believing that the man who has been using 100 to 200 pounds of cotton-
Peed meal or kainit per acre on cotton, may Increase his yield to a profitable
extent by applying instead 200 to 400 pounds or more of a complete fertilizer.

Tragedy at Middlesbor, Ky.
KnoxvUle. Ten March t4.-itlev-
Las Hitmnal'. a prom4nont coal operator
of te Mild,!,'orn, Ky district. was
Shot Sunxtsy night by (harie Cooper
In tto home of Mites Mnrgaret Run
yws at MESIXM.'"o. Iliidnall was

AluachnaCounty Abstract Cos
fleffy U Uohmao. Pre*: J. W mlaaigu. VUce
Pro&: a &Cohmo. See.Tresa.

u't1,"m o !. Utt1 V ih,.,(,salmiJ. We do an exclusive Abstract bsi-
a i.D r.k '"I) l wA sl h,-pittal The
sh4,ting. :.h, o a ,p R.hti,.lt fr .,,M \' ll..h ro. w.a> at the information cmeerning the Title of
non:e fa r I av nd all lands in Alachua coaty.
SAll buaame transacted promptly.


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1i. 0 per dee *l. $2-0per6bhl.

$1.40 per dog. $..00 perrhbb.


ie Kst Soe 94* ioh i ethe Marko0

It v tMuw hml-l %ake k4-- ft.. 138


51I4S1 a. b I.

Express Clges Added to Cost of uds
Shpridan t'hrh ;' iN. .. $ 4.06
Sheridaln Clut 1.- iuarts ... SIO.
Pure North Carolina White Corn ML
Black and Blue Corn. 4 quarts ..
Harvest Corn. 4 quartz ......
IAurel Valley Corn. 4 quarts... t
imported Scotch Whiskies. Brandhe,
" ins, Port and Sherries delivered Is 4
lottler. as follows:
4 bottles Club Illentd Scotch
Whisker 4ellvired for ....... .0
4 bhott Morallie Frere. 3 Stars
Co a e ..... ...............
4 bottles of Doe Carieo Sherry.. 4.
4 bottles erport Port ...... .4
4 bottle H t A 'Underwood Dry
or Tom la in..............
4 bottle* Sir Robet hursitt... S
4 bottle Crystalad Rock and
RYe or Peach and Hoey ... .
Sulk Whisktb.-Jug Ord*e .
*F 0 It J arkwt mwil PP r aa.
Sany trook. 9 years old ....a
Giaeom Pwe Rye .
lI ** 8"s. Bled .

O ,ree ,Temeiiise. i..
isamlam WhM. RI. i..
1a1,e" an .... ....... t



(Oovernment Bottitng
4 quarts Moscrief Sprting.... 4 00
11 quarts Monerref *prings.. 11 00
(Also Bottled In Bond )
4 quartm lifrnsitagv '*4
Both Old O mods and Bottled In oIkd.
Reoa wbr. all above Wlskles are
* bottled sl Itond under Government's
super taIsn.
Fine ended Whis&Ite
Lewis' 4 quarts ..... .$1 e
Rafter. 4 quarts oe
Harper. 4 quarts ........ 0
Ihe prigs. 4 quart. ... . ee
(ams TeI Tann me, 4 quarts... .
Stma's Mocram. 4 qts bemid
or Usam'se oocram. bottled
la bnd 4 quart........... 420
11 :art Moara ......... It 5S
lamu'S Syhun OleW. 4 Wqua ...
ha'sl ftM a Qe. iats ... 40
afts l kM 4 lla.... .. m

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T- I Mid I6vN

,FLORIDA, MARCH 21, 1908

Alert W. Silchrist
SCandite f or Imor
of Floridla

No faction, machine or ring, brought
him out. He came out as a candi-
date alone and single-handed. He will
be glad to receive the support of the
corporations, of the anti-corporations,
the prohibitionists and the anti-prohl-
bitionisht, of the loal optionlists, the
Christians and the Jews and of the
Gentiles, the "Publicans and sinners."
He would evcin accept the support of
th' UiPhar! ,,,,
The corporations cannot do without
the people, and the people cannot do
without the corporations. Neither
h i.a..ilA^ k n -11I-_..-J i* u~ a..u..I k- AdbLAm

snouiau oe aiiowea to oppress tn otmer.
Ca ittjl is orizattiztdla bor shoulder



Advertisements under this head. not
exceeding nine lines, will be publish-
ed one time a week in the daily.
and one time a week in the semi.
weekly, from now until the Democratic
primary on May 19th for $10. Cash
must accompany the announcement In
every instance.

candidate for (oaty C'mnimi<.ioner
from Ditrit *o. 4 aid solicit the
votes of altD*emoc at* a: th' coming
primary. Resptfuliy. 1 \\ tAY.
Micanopy, Fla. R. F. \o
I respectfully annout 0\ 1,'i t 1
candidate for County :, ,tio:,,r
from Distrlct No. 4, a!,' -,,;,it tt.'
vote of all Democrate .: 6 -,td I
will perform the duties t: i,,
to the best of my bill"
A. U. i .. \KVY
Micanopy. F la.. alarcil : 1.I

I respectfully announ t1 :nt.i
dacy for re-lection as t' ,nit <.'l-

FOR SHERIFF. missioner from the 4th in-',ri, crn
At the earnest solicitation of many primialag the election dis'- ht. .- f i.ke
friends throughout the county. I an- View. Micanopy and AT a hJ, ,
nounce for the office of heriff of to the Democratic prim, I 1,'olt-
Alachua county. subject to the action ed I shall endeavor to iht. p,.o
of the primary election. If elected I pie faithfully and limptn ii. Very
assure the people that I will serve truly. P. I. \t i: ;
them falthfvUy and impartially. Lake View. March 2.'
P. O. RJASEY. ---
District No. r
I hereby announce myself as a can- I hereby announce n' !' .a ,-nc t.
djdate for the otice of Sheriff of date for County Commit .'. r from
Alachua county at the ensuing Demo. District No. 5. subject t 'l ; o. iCtliO
cratic primary, and solicit the sup- of the primary. If elo to- I will port of the voters. I promise. If elect- deavor to glve the peo I' a f!ir .4ni
ed. to discharge the duties of the impartial serricv. ReM, aul' .
office without fear, favor or partiality, R. M1 1 lir IN.
to the best of my knowledge. Hawthorn, March 9th
I respectfully annouan' inv'f a
Having served as Deputy Sheriff candidate for re"lectl>o n is County
since the present incumbent went into Commuislonfer from P1)i ilt No .,
the office. and being requested by promising the same fail :Il :itt'ntion
friends throughout the county. I an- of the dutiesn of the of". in the fu.
nounce my candidacy for Sheriff of ture as in the past. nit ,ldi'it the
Alarhua county, subject to action of votes of Isy fellow.-D'r Tr-i~ti Ro
the Democratic primary May 19th. If spectfully, J. P. TU\\NSE:NI).
elected I promise a faithful perform- -
ance of the duties of the ofiee. So- I respectfully nnouit'' myself a
liciting your support, I am. respect- rief u m r
fully youro, 1C. A. 0STEiN.ecandidate for County t'll I.uuwioui.(,r
fully yours. l ..A. 8TE2N. from District No. 5. If ol.ectedl I prom.
Willeford. Via.. March 20. We to give mny faithful attention to
all the duties of the ofi(th dud serve
In the primary election four years the peoleto the bet of :my ability.
ago I made the statement tbh t if my I solicit th votes of 1) fellhw.lno-
friends would give me the off.e at amts. Repectfully.

he license tax law licensing een that time, I would not au u as 1 Our
little enterprise should be ameaddd In i. My Intentions were pure. and on
order attxationsouldbearmoreM no account would I have come before
order that taxaton should bear a ain asking your support. of
evenly. I my own accord, but many of the best
Article XIX of the Constitution pro- rmen from various sections of Alarhua
video for Local Option. The qualified Icounty have petitioned me by writing
....to....o th .... and a gr& many others personally to
electors (not the Governor) approve stand for the nomination of Sheriff
or vetuoconi.titutional.atmneindments. He in the coming primary..and today I
Is not on the "recently constructed rel'ved an official request from one
band wagoKn.. of the most powerful moral organisa-
He commenced life working In tons In the country, urglng me to
He commenced life workln I stand for the nomination, and. In
Quincy. Florida, at a salary of 111 deference to their wishes, I announce
per month, and boarded himself. He that I will accept the nomination for
has hinimslf bten. ii hard-working. Sheriff of Alachua county on the plat.
struggling n:lr :a'i! ',, knhowi what It form and according to the rules of
the Democratic primary, held May
nW'anIs In oth-r.f. i. hba- ietver mar- It th. and If nominated and elected I
rlvd. ho' ha. always l.iad obligations,. will iwrformn the duties of the office
His life hna beo. n fet'nt more In with the same Impartiality and jus-
thoughtfiul ela,4l'ratihin ()f oth- peo- tire that I have done in the' past.
iple t iln of l::-eolf Hie feels sure March 6th. 1908.
he a ill !, ,'* ., t.,i, if Ih*i gets enough -
votep." lie d*'., not prou-ose to trade FOR COUNTY JUDGE.
off a inir!.e office l h re In honor in To My Frlends and Fellow-Citisens:
being Go,.-ror. If it is tainted with I am a candidate for County Judge.
and I ask ymo for your votes. I will
dishonor he does not sant the office. administer this office without favor

Killed Self with Dagger.
Tampra. V.9 M:-rch 21.--A. TI
M'l;er,. r-1'11 tP ?rVprY'em5ative f a
guano !,ot '; N',rfe Va conir.'t.
ted suhicl: tn the Hil!' bor! of-l on
Frhtav .vI i, .t .1'!An; r. larel"inl .t * r-
al Ug:y w,-jun; in U.s tlo y IljIt.0r
had previously pia'sne1 to kIt: hlnrmif
severe (Lays ago atox)rdiug to letters
found on his perwoa.

Notice to Our Customers.
We are plea ed to announce that
Foley Honey amd Tar for coughs.
colds and lung troubles Is not affected
by the Nauonal Pure Food and Drug
law "a It coatanas no opiates or other
harmful drugs, and we recosmneed It
as a safe remedy for children and
dauls. J. W. MNCoOsM m O
-vt --___

io ant. niir, o p1 i rw er iist'er., pay
:, our pioll taxs and vote for
Yours truly,

I rsipectftilly announce myself a
,candidate for re-election as Cousty
Judge. I solicit the votes of all Demn
ocrats at the primary on May Ifth,
and If nominated and elected I will
performs the duties of the office to the
best of my ability with the same Im.
partiality that has charactertaed my
diUharge of the same l the past.
Respectfullf. H. 0. MASON.
I am a candidate for re-eectiot as
Tax Colleetor., msbect to astioa et
DMnocratk primary. Havtia Mrved
ti this paMkim several year. I eel
that experience quallSee M to d o.
charge the dutte of ths aiMpartaat
ome with a rasoable degree of sat-
asfactiol to tas-payer. Thalkl aill
for their past support. ad mwie
your votes at the comiaf primety,
am very repaioIfltly-

FOR MARSHAL. I hereby aamomce myself a sa -l
Stake this method of aaw ta dale ftr the u"ke of CoUr Trerw
a, ,,dldary for rookleam as City of AlrMhw cnaty t tIe oeM
Marshal at te eleete Aprl 14th. primary. Very rettlly.
19o. I have eodewr" to prfor J D NMATH O.ON
y duty without fear or fav r. ad
wald appreciate the support of ay I bereby aa~moce myetf a aari
hhhw-etla&S promtlse sa e a W date for the odce of Comety TVea
tiM m to th date o the oAce rer., object to arteis of the Doe
he fatre as ui the pst Ta- hlMes eramisr ipmary. and wtil sag|rwete
y ftr past support. and seml ag the support of all felow.-Demueias.
yer votes at the motag el ectife. I Repeetally.
a, Very truly. W 3 MATTIfVS
SEN T ARNOW. lk eja. Ie Matrb 14 IS

I bereby asnmowue Tmv'tf a ras
date for City Marhal ta he et rtamf
to be bedd a the 14th bda of Aprtl
Ita. I r oMse If elWted to endeavorr
to do the dutken rreql9d by theordS.
aar s a near as I p"oSeP:v eama ad
I Wolk-it the vu of all law hisALM

this at
for man

abot tb~ 7,
a. tewha,

lom "d

Island (rove, March :trI, l"b.
I respectfully asnoutie myself a
candidate for re4leation n a member
of the BShool Board from District No.
1. and If elected promise to serve
my constituents with the ame faith.
fataes as I have endeavored to serve
them In the past. Vote for me. fellow.
Democrats, and you will have no cause
to regret IL Very truly.
-3. B. WEEKS.



Jecksonville and New York,
Calling at CHARLESTON 8. 0., both ways.

ei Fltst teauMipes i the Coastwtvise Sevloe

Clyde New England and Southern Lines
F right ervioe Between JACK mNVIl.I.E, 0tkl .ON4 ar.d
PROVIDENCE. and All Eetorn lPoints.
Calling as (harleoton btmth ways.

9(Oa thI| h,aUd . . .. .. . . Iromi l. *4' W'l arf, B.tt a
Niltihi lnti.nl .. . rom 'mOi of Cmi l'r ni at., .Tc-otieotri Ie

Clvlo St. Johns River Line
letW .t*rI J A.aKll'SNVIl..K tal SA M, (tr
O.,'-i' ast I 'laltLsk, Astir, liereaford (l1'.i at )i, R a l.termodiite Landilag
on St. Johns River.
tml "t'ITY OF .l ACK I(NVI'LL.E"
is app(oItedl it *Alit! f allows: leave JAcKNOwt I1.t 1a uedlss, Tueidays and
Thursday) :30;1) p. in. Itesurning. Itea've SAsOw Monidayl,
\teinr.sdays and Iuiday. lU iitl 1 i1.

Leave 3:30 p ....... . ........ Jackonville ........ . D. i 5:00 a. .L
Leave 9:00 p. in ....... ....Pa'athka............... .. eave 10:00 p.m.
Leave 3:0)O a. u .. .. ....... As .................. sLeave 4:00p.m
Liave .............. ... lereomford (Delsand)..........Lmave 1:00 p.
Due 9:00 a. mu.. . ... . .. atford................ L. ave 10:00 a.
Dlue :1 0 a. .. . . . . .. nterprlse ......... ..... .1tave 10:10 a.mL
Passenger and Ticket Offie, 122 West *ay Street. Jakenvellle.


waeftwrwrelIbmto t, the ec01j
('eunt)'I reassarw SSW go"m~tte v" O
,of all Y'swo"Arus It oelar dP I. l
to fital[1tbe duties #A The eee.Al b=
the f4vj'~s"o *the gP" ., 0"e essfi~~.?,i6
fumy. Rt il Prim. ON&&S. &AO&

ton at b paoipl( t(VI Ne. -&
at saisuacieg my amm TI V9 &?*ot&( W
l.&In of the C14 s&* t is I it.*.*4.t *-I ban* owVO'S
* beom n s awht Rofotam O44i me 0 *(i~ty C- # i-
M*!n or 0im tow MWmblthisa:am'fib' t ad 4l 1 4a4t04r
"&Mr "rdIsee ot @ "e &;,f g*I4 U-&44 464?mm C I
OW I ba I *port MY dmi rM1541 ;. MWs ift90s4d"a ol two
mn I ~k d *tofwe lsoowtew
bee boen bag IqIL
a beout o6& t "intolteseinctislay.C~
SI= .m p a okwm.4
I ~ VenalTOWS
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littMS Of Oenarai la St Gtth,
ered by Or bprterm.


What Hae Happes and What Is
S etog te HenpTm ToM Is bert Parm.
graphS s That HMe WhO Rune IM
Read It t'The en.
John Lather of Old Town is la the
Mrs. J. H. Alderma is visitiSg
fends i, Jackionville.
Why sot let J. Blexam DeNl take
your measure for am easter sut?
Paacy Caladlum bulbe for sale from
w now to April lth. 308 N. Oak Ave.
A. I. Harder left yesterday for a
busiese trip to Ocala and other

DrJ.J. Boring of Waldo was in
the eint r o essional business yes-

Medismeas healey and J. P. Perry
of Roeohele were shopping In the city
Be stre and attend Oliver's adction
le of borses and mules Saturday.
\ March M.
,' lisa Winnie Tucker of Rochelle
spent yesterday In this city, a gaest
et tries.
"' P Mllalk's Chill Tonle s guaranteed to
,eve Wils, fever, colds and lagrippe.
M Pr 1e 16 osats.
.Ioseph Dupree hasgome to Cedar
Key and Broeson on a visit of a few
ti bys to friends.
J. Goode hba gone to Tampa,
Wh, were he will look after bhis extensive
Seal estate interests.
H. M. Chitty has returned from a
b ief visit to his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. B. C. Chitty. Mleanopy.
W. P. Birt, a well-known citlwen of
) Waldo, was among those who spent
yesterday ina this ity on business.
a' aa'Lee of New*berry was In the
Soy yesterday on business connected
S with the oflce of the county tax as-

,Mrs. Liaule Missile of King's Per-
.r,. aWfter a pleasmat visit to ber sal-
r, r. Mrs. J Ala Sadler, has returned

S Mrs. 0. 1. arms of Jacksonville.
whI has been bere on a visit to Dr.
sd Mrs. 0. C. Barr., returned to her
r; yesterday .
At the Methodist church tonight
*0 prayer-meetlag begins at 7:34f
E.'6ook. Subject for study. "He That
1 WimOth Sonls IN Wise."
S/ Today beiag the Peset of the An.
H uaelatio, three will be a celebration
atof the Holy Commuplon at Holy Trinity
Sabotreh at I o'clock a. m
Mrp. and Mrs A O. 0 ttentuig. who
have been located on oaist Malu
reet are now with Mrs. M. l. rinctt,
Se aOUth leasat street, where they are
Pleasantly lkcattd.
Dr. J. 4.. Kelley. County Superim
', tqidest aof schools, has gone on a
lr of laspe'tios to the lHawthorn
S -d' othe schools of thbe East 1nd.
Rte will be absut two or three days.

DeOpty Sheril I (?. Walker has re-
itaned from Ihmueuiin. where he
SWat to convey Henry (Jlv,'n. con
iate-d n Jist e Colmamn's omurt ofC
putit lamne. -d set'nced to four
wee- t16 t "ew,


bt Sortg t and only per
fet sectlpnal bookcue
mde. Thedos are non-

oi g rlr tlanp, and poel*
4vy camot get out of

or-wtoA dnm ds. CaU
Od them, or send for

tLabor coq for at tfor.


S.JTI mIasCo.

lAbor contract for sale at Uthi
oflce; S60 per dom, or $2 per be,
If you want a good horeser mua1
cheap, remember Oliver's auction sale,
Saturday, Mareb 28.
- Scott Mcintosh of Rochelle hba re-
turned td his home, after a brief
visit to relatives here.
K. L. Bean, a progressive merchant
of Bronson, was transactlng business
in this ofty yesterday.
Miss Lot Hale has returned from
Cedar I&ey, where she has been on
a brief visit to relatives.
A peial line of sumir trousers.
Call d examine same--we an mave
you money. J. Bloxham DUell.
Mrs. M. H. Temple has returned to'
the city from Rockingham, Ga.. and
will remala here until after the trial
of her husband.
Roote Agent A. 1H. Pcrugasof the
Southern Bxpress Company, with
headquarters in Jacksoville. was lan
the oity op of1elal business yesterday.
H. 9. Orlaes, soliciting aeot of the
Southem xpresu Company with head.
quarters Ia Jacksonville, was In the
city yesterday in the laterest of his

C. Y. Crawford. senior
the firm of Crawford &
sgue 10 Tenneamee aad
where he will purchase
mules fot this market.
Mis Pannie Wells.

most efBetesit and

member of
Dalvis, has
St. Louis.
horses and

one of the

asal tpoipuar telo-

phone operators in this section, Is
again with the Southerb Bell, which
will be good news to the patrons of
that lihue
Mrs. L C. Lynch has returned front
a pleasant visit to South Florida. She
first visited St Petesburg with Mr.
.yuch artsng the sesion of the
Orand Ladge. Knights of Pythias, af.

terwards goilag to Lakeland as a
gUest of Mrs. George ~1udl*,Y

|^ Aaun thnee who spent ytwrday I A severe cold that may develop into
h tts cita y was I It Pwil of ke peerunimla ever night ea be cured
i A06ler. Mr. Pp|tMll waste forn rlv i-i quickly by taking Poley's Ilouey anad
Si Ined in Ute profesloun of te-chuna. Tar. It will cuar the nioet obsatnate
Ga' was* vwy |opuslr amnit the racklud rough and strengthsm your
P jatroUt of th')?s s'hstolm it er whl h lung.i The getulne la in a yellow
h 'be prrnjddd lpack&ae. J. W. Mecollum & Co
I The Oaiesvillie taruiturr (,Conqui)at Fiter vary. a irminieunt travsl~elt
.,w a change of advertilniem'-t It n:a. of Atlanta who has frkindv iti
ft t gee to whick the attentit e readers to rallth4 Thyr a ad interg.t of the hMctme he' ri.'r.e- <-'it
xVrtgW a an linet itof ras> and Mr Vary Is a tc iparatlle stranger
5IHe4l bd-4gaies. aitd thios int the in this territory, but -xprz'lrud him
vi" hao theRe go*w % witl do evil ewif as btwing w-'il Jase'd. espWially
to e 1 ansd 1s"pet the stork with (Watwetll

it ~ ~ ~ ~~i tsltaking 4)' 1*41wtiOwuettu .wirmst-
,'ia6 Itw pr a km, w iaers piow % s' ar tfr p,.

la ( ibobok liner hI st ill gIn%* we4'r

mmattd gwsv& &W g5U*~of 44limitn, am,
___.lIhig-pu.6a0lOk tI VV*Or 31tmwk k*
rbmmv V1 NI K .-

WNW om whes you

D. IL iMtS, a prominent trucker
of WlMlUk .ass a'"business vialtor
to thbi eit yesterday.
Mrs. D.- B Mcintosh of Hawthorn
ia in the efty on a visit to her dau?-
ter, Mirs L. .' McCormick.
Miss V tA FenneU has returned
from Ja ir0lle, where she has been
as a g of Mrs. Truss Denby.
Vr. aL* Mrs. J. B. Douglaua are
rejoulang ov*r the advent Into their
beie o.g *ae baby boy. Friends ex-
tead4 o-Ir atlons.
A saaf tlie of Baster suits for $15.
Have pY seo them? Come early and
bav yr msure takLe. Perfect fit
gearsmest J. Bloxham DelL
C. D. ~ssN, getnral supertatend.
eat of te Dutton Phophate Cor
por, hu rotwned to Dutton. after a
brWIe bIi trip to thi city.
Awsetoe aie Horses and Mulee-
I will sa Irday, Mareh 26, to the
highest bi4d r; 60 bead of horse and
m e-. Sal e begins 10 a. ih. A. B.
Oliver, Qalseevile.
C. A. sally of Orangeburg. 8. C., has
arrived it the city, and will mpke this
hi fate Ibome. Mr. allf y has ac-
cepted a podl"n as salesman at the
stre' of Johi Chesnut.
Coestable J. D. 81ford .of Newberry
was In the city yesterday, having
brought & couple of prisoners con-
victed In- Justice Henderson a court
ou petty offenses, and who must serve
their term In the mines.
W. L. Hill, a prominent citizen of
Winston. N. C., is In the city on a
visit to his brother. L. L Hill. Mr.
HlU is well pleased with Gainesville.
whteb he declares to be one of the
faest little cttles he has ever seen.
and the most up-to-date, considering
the population.
Among the prominent visitors to
OGainesville is Hon. W. B. Sadler of
Lake City. Assistant State Auditor,
who will be here for the next two or
three days on official business. Mr.
Sadler notes with pleasure the steady
tdv acement of Gainesville, commer-
calef and otherwise.
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Spelght of Fowls.
town. Ga.. who have been visiting
relaUves in this city. left yesterday
for their home, going via Valdosta.
Ga., where they will remain for a
few days as guests of friends. Mr.
Spesiht has been engaged for the past
twelvj years In the growing of tobac-
co at Powlstown, and has made quite
a success.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Thomas and
daughter, Miss Maude. of Paris. Ills.,
are in the city for a brief visit, being
ea route home from St Petersbouri.
where they spent the winter. Not.
withstanding that Mr. Thomas has
lived close onto four-score. he Is as
sprightly as a young man. and spent
the afternoon yesterday In walking
about the city.
II. F. Johnson of Atlanta. represent-
Ing the Ii. F. Johnson Publishing Comr-
pany. Richmond. Is in the city, and
yesterday mad. The Sun an appre-
elated call. Mr Johnson Is now en-
gaged tIn comnipUing the Florida edi-
tion of 'The Makers of America."
which is a historical review of the
State, together with biographical
sketches and steel'- engraving or
many prominent Florldians.
Wasted. Orders for Lumber-Any-
one Ilving In Galaeevllle or vicinity
who intends doing any ulding tin the
near future should order their lumber
at once. Por the mext thirty days
the Dock Lumber Company will give
special terms beere mortng their
mill further from town. When order.-
aing addre P 0. Box 133. or call
Bock's reidence over East Florida
'pLonme. Bock Lm ber Comas an y.

Rkv J W I)una of-Memphis. T-tnn
the Ktangillst of the Church of
Christ who conduete a setrive of
m,-itnls in this city sonm, til- alo.
and who has t**e engaged in the
anfils work In t4oth Florkda. has rr-
turnes to ('alci.sillte, and tll resaint
hrre for two or trwe dvS. SLrAng
frtmi here to Trenton. Mr thian Is a
foru-,ful speaker and earnest wrker
and hig aW0l1e4sw a IhA State are ap
Irl.cated by his eu oNgatkws
Mrst. Kmua Andrews of Akron.
Okia Is In the Aty. a guet t4 her
asit. Mrs Naaite Matt .30 W Art
tposto street No haMe be* on an
exteded visit to pcinss uto Cob. ro-
tWnSWs la St PeoresburS *a rew
Prts & deligkt trtp. bet debarw
she has fond so pare as 4tasftl
as tltsesvte Mrs aas aid dtagh-
te. MW te Mado MMaue and
her. sad tre that abe wft dec64e to
realI for I the tw of the sea


qaIneeille Lodge No. "0, B. P. 0. E.,
Will Hold Interesting Meeting.
The next regular meeting of Galnes-
vile Lodge No. "O, B. P. 0. E.. which
will be held Thursday night, promises
to prove of unusual interest, since
offers for the ensuing term will be
There Is no friction in the matter
of selecting officers, however, but the
fact of an election always creates ex-
h Inaterest and the meeting will no

one" Fleer-N- xt lo IdPeI .
CIoaveoleay mated Yet Private


doubt be well attended. Choice Steaks and Chops, Drip Coffee
Devilled Crabs.
Ice Factory Resumes. We employ one of the bet "ohefs" in
Ice Factory Reumes. the buhnem-no oy o lnexprlseeeeo oook
The uptown plant of the Diamond The best equipped and oldet restSara t la
Ice Company, which has been closed the city. If you want real oooklai by a Sass.
down for the past few months on ac- c"n1n6 teNows marK afou" aes ioe asga
call -anytbini hbe market sffordsY on u a et
count of needed repairs, resumed oper- here
nations Monday, which Is appreciated. We do not promise something for nothing.
as the plant, being conveniently lo- but something for your money.
coated, is a great convenience to those REeULAR MEALe .apecia e rtesmad byhe
desiring ice. -Idr.n.

During the time this ilant was
closed down the commodious new plant
of the company. Southwest Gaines-
ville, has been running regularly. sup-
plying the demand.
The two plants of the Diamond Ice
Company have a large capacity. equal
to about fifty tons a day.

Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup Is a new
remedy, an Improvement on the laxa-
Uve of former years, as it does not
gripe o' nauseate and Is pleasant to
take. It is guaranteed. J. W. Mc-
0ollum & Co.


5 Cts Per Line
Each Insertion. but no advertise-
menItaken for less than 20 cents. Six
words make a line; no fractional lines,
every word over eah asix counting as
an additional line. CASH in advance
must accompany all orders for Inser-
tios In this column

Vidal at drug store.
STOREI FOR RENT. poutomee blo(k.
Apply to J. W. McCollum.
FOR RIENT-Elight room house; elec-
tric lights and bath. J. R Darvi.


POR SALK-Nineroom house all
nmudrn Improvements. one block
fromn squAre also nthber rlty and
rimutry prlpewrty l.oX 2*3. aineo-.
vile. Fla.
MOR SAl..-Ilurts Galnavinll*Mle lDr.
tory is Just from the pre ,a. and tell.
.ou t erythhl you want to know
Halidm ane.ly biound and illustrated.
The price I $1. Se Iturts. tn'i ,
phone hIII :,:4 or address i, 3;. .u
and he will bring yom uone



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l) -sign for Fmunerals and Decorative
PurlMiwe a Speicialty.

27 W. Bay--(TIIl's)---Pene 8
JarkseMtaville, Pia.
Telegraph atit Mail Ordenr Secure
lrompt Attention.

Ekmt. MCIeI.M.gLma l


At our Bank andi wcre one of our
Pocket Savinpg Banke--open an ae-
coint, and hflrin having a portion of
your earnings. We pay Four Per
OCnt Intenst, compounded quarterly.


Mim im anm efr w
Tern- io no ,e'xi. four saying, "I do
not know what to havr for msppr";
'plato : and we will ,k.iiwv toyo
hICow Ji"< R,.Ld, in-*,l. (Oakes d
I. ev.-,r *,.-ning. Ym can't lows.

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Feb. 14th our deposits were ........... .$200,1.40
Dec. 3rd our deposits were.............. 152,557.25

Net gain in deposits................$ 47,604.15

The Gainesville Natieal k
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