Gainesville daily sun

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


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


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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
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002027051 ( ALEPHBIBNUM )
sn 95026977 ( LCCN )
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Related Item:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by:
Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by:
Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news


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VOL. XXV, NO. 4:s



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*a& an tipilkin ti)ut umlrthet laws o aumO h)3'aloyaldsm at Amu 1 P wisth, Mr. 4iayioum'1 bIjCiveout Wb
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Provides for Imolrgeney OWeYwy for
National aabs.
WeMiato,. D. C., Matmt O--fto*
Adrtk ewrrevey bilt m pised by
the o ate FPrity by a vote of 3 to
.6, lan e main a pMty vots. Pevwos.
to the tkingt of the wte a* te Al-
EOrih bit a vote Was tse ct O the
Bailey s* ubsttute *utforalv ates aor.
ernenat. lausteod of the atmoinml boaks
to lsue the emergenoy cuwotey fOr
whibh the bill provide.
Tihe vote on th.e smuwtltute stood 43
to 13. mdd this vote was onllely partly.
san. even Senator la Upllette OMUastn
ble vote with the repubboans. The


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prssilon of Laber TreIee.

bill baa boom Iefor the soenste simce 1'el-luMkle, Cojlo., Mare So, -4'.
jg0 Ad-aMan, (teusrol Sinletey J oWA
An lott~rootinit ture of tibe tMS wrtuwly eavajied lsath orso m Nmmai
mage of tb. bill is a rS totItmtlwibY jury at bh is 11u15he% fOwly sbtw'6
M~r. Nldarih4 this prinmisoto bring daY (roti a & iu 011d ft to 016
In a bill f an lnvvitll'stloU a of thesamaio bift with JwhymAste,
emitir.' banking msomof the *)UN a Kies up.grocauuu'oew IAulis" As
try viltla a view to ImasUlulie reforins, attempt. h asi h patrols md & eUgIV
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bank& ink)n the deposit by thelS oft General Wells wgu WeeWlag04 Wf
state, vniusty an# aiIeWJ boad tito h big habit on anmater s o" ohe
be *Wrovad 'by this slotery of Ib* SoUme, and be was urlW .1 wi0 MO
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About Oar Ood Uver Preparmtioo

Telephoned in IUmA t ft ih So many patent medicines and ad-
LakB- Tt *i t ^vertlsed cures are now offered to the
public that we want to call the spe-
ejal attention 6f the people of Gaines-
WHOLE TOWN WAS IN DANGEO.,s lie to the fact that Vin. not to
.- any sense a secret or patent medi-
1 fire Had OriJnate4d Is Rear of l#I qloe.
Store at Midaight, 4e Oslaeevllfe For centuries medical men the world
Man Tel0eh e Atnimp .Cetritl over have reoogased the great tohic
__awtrof te tand curative elements cootied In
,l wr. the cod' live, but how to extract
O.J. Xartsagoe ta Ma thee medicine, eleme romo0n e
0roa Lsad, whibe bo-weut e pro aeuless and reulslve oil which en.
Stelelsio nWlsa fe* dns a, veloped them has bees the problem
hatfi b* d a fe Is h lttot bb hb rto" uaolved. 0
*t; a .ipIItamt a 0lIen otP> iiA S wMbo TAUI wa\naully aooomplished by
wai n be pefamme tnee two eminent Freac chemists. and the
t "r. "d be had the opportunity to rsel is Vinol, a delfcos modern cod
b himself a hero the yes o Etver preparation without oil, maie
s the td people while I that by q s entUe extractive and conea-.
S tow. Aeording to one who was pros tratina process froy frehm cods' Uvers,
at at the time, t is related that Dr. thus combining ith peptionte of
Steoes, after asststlg Is the opeW* tra am the medleinal, healing. body,
is : fr which he wae called, wa a o building Ilements of cod liver oil, but
b to hotel about mldllgbt. On no oil.
.. Mloud arend he noted oae of the As a body-butilder and strength.
10 le gt and hae ome st' business creator for old people, delloate chil-
Wkepa o the town on IAr, ed flomee dren, weak. rundown pdreons, after
alady leaphin high Into the air. sickness, and for ehronlF coughs,
S Under the exldtina moment Dr. colds, bronchitis, and all throat and
S ledge realised bat a eriso situ* lung troubleA VInol Is unexcelled. Try
tUi 'euaf ested the' town. He knew it on our offer to return money if it
t, ~itt regard to the location of falls to give atisfaction.- W. M.
r te nre hase, If there were any, and Johaeon. Drugsda, Oaiaeville, P a.
.I be slat thwe was not toauto --
d|d aVyteM he mld not have locate yIB T VW ti i
ed the geal slai; but with de. AT
o'fhee 'emadmbered that there
a a 0le0ph to a Ue hotel 6~O0ee. A telepheme minamge fro4i Evinrton last
S~d amedth tbly sought the "phone., night at A la hour, weatla by C. J.
M ig the asnn teto the etaUon. O c, stated that a serious fire occurred
T/ h department,' wbih is a volun- In that town )t before l(Oo'clock,,when
1 sr "ea d 'atrangemaent, was soon on t h ban an buggy-howse of W. P.
Smb ad suece eed Ina tex uiig b Weloh, together with nfedy a hundred
It the me oly after two or' thre6 bushols of corn ad some hag, were a
h tMMad be destroyed. The whole total low. There was a partial tisur.
0 W av a mndaered for a while, and anee. LoM about 00.
Si ot beeas or the timely ap.
Se Dr. Hodges when the fire Deti Complain.
"tate helaud may have been It your chest pabns and you are ua
o aM today. able to sleep bemusee of a cough, buy
SI' a bottle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup
S lady $ionin MarriageN and you won't have any cough. Get
eAa'erly manint marrIage was per. a bottle now and that cough will not
Hemd at th Manse by Rev. Thom. ast lon. A cure for all pulmonary
Hay Monday. the contractl a par. diseases. Mrs. J- Galveston, Tex.,
/ Hie being James Maloom Gardiner of Writes: "I can't say enough for Bal
CftMham. Ont. thU.. and Mrs. Mary lard's Horehound Syrup. The relief It
We tser of Applets, Wis. has given me Is all .that is necessary
S Mi. Gardier, 0be groom, is well for me to say." Sold by W. M. John.
S Ihew here. He ease to Ganeseville en. _e__
'do &-9 time about two yean ago*
the fst time ahout two years ago' Grske Down on Gallows.
"' t o was e well pleased with thia G seton. 8. C. March a 0--JeL
00tlm that he purcased a comfort. On thirty yo-
able hom Io North lalnesville, whore ag, was aged ebore Friday or the
no. .w urd wbore rrlda, ut
be qas his winters. murder of Jim (ree., a constable, also
r L ar ner, the bride, Is also e about two years ago. Agree
Swel iowsn and olar' here. Shoe w asttemptlas to arWe Blake when
has many frtes Inla Oaines~ile, hat killed. Hake meaattane& an a ear.
MI pt- tw yearO here with Mr. and e ~ of stoH4 dIfreew until be
s. L. 1. l4bom. was marched from his ellI to tthe
Mr. ald s. Oatiw left cm the siafidM. ws he b*aroke ewna and be.
SOi lke trthV Wedr the Seaboard Air ga to my. Seventeena inuts of-
201 e 1 their summer home tis On- to the trau was serug m l w peNo-
STbh l Wlahee of their u Aoutaed extinct.
ai Iyet = go withthem. but -t-b -bu
*bo m s wish mhe an early re.

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Utbwmg pay-if Itt Isfall of lanmu'E
9 fit Is harsh 1 uassrltahI-
a~s~th #7'.a41themIt Is disseasI.sam p Ouptas-
SWIM ui4~4~~thsofuld$1"Mhe tallsa.
Parllaam k. IS the mont dellghtfu
storer-4t will dutkm grayhalow-ft
Peuigs060W will stop [eadruE Ik me wee* by
b1hr~ta, *w W.-bebrpmonweOly klligth osres thatbi-
s" in Prjjat d A so vaft M V..ohS 0 MOS of Oeyir.
Sa 1 MWW UWO SWNe Parlsd"n laoIs *0 amet l.Ibttu
toPea~ FMM~t t Ia t 00mawtehal eir & as In SO OWNd; It Is Plem
of we hellsbils" t eDi. ftrJ"". "t. antInvgat lag MA "robinbb.It
Mul %0 o i(AMt Tm.' ask"sthe hai' soft. beuiawsk Ow b
to Awsokea to isGommy. ulwss. Wheewo Parhism bw Is
kown it tothe es' fWar" MWal
AN"s. iesees Wedde""
w.w" agm t efeddto ~~We mgoall WOsMM whO d..lve
doe ""NS 4d ~Mv Rer m n. h1164beautiful air to btoPmh1t n kgm
ben. aekmeW10411gol heWONa"stof If afer tons am N" 7ft165do is
flie regeales.A posiul'owemfe, my14wS te "N halb
biliousheadaches.comatlsaemuf M.OMil es~~*~~.y anh
~ ~ ~ yew movey hack. Yb.pow sIs Setb
J. 0. Smi th. ttsRook.Ark.. wr1te: I~ Shti.M .N ihm'
s~rn ate geathe X~tHe. met din seaOMorbsy maW chaft spm'
owm know&.yaw, umod It for wears *told frowGrmm lruNbutnoetintg (.
It am .the wok.11Samd by W. M.U~l.
10asmolvlftswebl TonOW 1
Towr business oloIbicov b beto %%~pam
coly 5 so1gas g 4 I sIbv- seftu sor nmat~lfas YaM WOIs
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'Rril WOIsM OO t OW LT.
ReprOentmUve Tinim "Sig *ttsk*
Wa .bm.e w* ftt
eof asiWMt ed involve were ained
at Prn R vt Itoolevelt t hea eS
f TOO mtibves d 1. 0h *a
of th sqt cahtla anmalens of
a opubuaie oer ever, bear la 'that
Otb-r, Mr. 'Been, of Teaes, haed
thte p ideGt with having bees m ity
of a ftudluUg uasrpathon oft power,
Mt oly town the aonal l i
twe, but tbe Ju4iary a weil. Cow
smj ,4t esao eb atea to UiN

le. od and the uttre alse
o hw, to dlah4, ut What nihe hoe
at *to py in the tei ta of hie
Mr. DeaU credited t psl~emt
wift havraing appeited three .ud-
of the Seme court a the Dukte*
Smaes eeL majority of te Uaite
StatI bmduit and distrit Judges.
"Drwviag their sotnm c alltoxiLt
fils 6m." he declared, 'andoldl
their oaoninmeson frcmi hb ee stands
la poeltinm to wieM a owwerfu In-
0oeae upOn tbem, thou0a they are
the rprementatlves of a itiaUot da.
1pariuent of the orvenrnet." "
The flreudent, be charged, we not
oatent with tte eraWce of the mem
power exeotled by WehAlngton, Jeft
ferson, Jackson, Lincoln, Grant aA
MeKilaey, but In his ov wering
mblUton roaches out with r hand
aa exereisos powers sot dreamed of
by thnm. -rN
because of Inflammatory Artiole In a
Negro Paper at Montgomery.
Montaomery, Ala., M'aS aIS.-Be-
casue of Inflanmeatory eauer in a 0o.
cal nero paper, the Colored Anbasn.
lea, sheriff Horace HeR haa with-
drawn permission for a eetiUng of ne.
aroee In the court bouse at which pro,
test we to be made On the atUtude
of the adminlstration at Wasehitoon
the met. This meetnlag had been
called by Blebop Alstort and a sman
ber of others In wha hes been tak..
en to be an anti-Taft movement In
the state.
Sheriff Hood, addressilr the edItor
of the pepper. says:
"lT view of your editorial, wbioh is
calculated to arouie racial prejudice.
creating a conditics that bodes no
good bnt mich harm to both races,
especially to the pegro. w, o must be
die greatet sufferer In say conflietb
aroused by foolish and unwise leader
and agitators. I withdarw my coneet
for a polhicial meetiae to be held It
the county court hcuee. As cuet.
41ia of he court bonie. the property
of the taxpayers ofthe county, I can
not give my content or Its use to mae
who write Incendary artkdlee and
make Incendiary sesobee. calculated to
etir up strife and distu b that iar.
taomy sad good feeldng that exIsts
aow and Is o destrable between the
white an4 blacks o lie city and
this county."
When Parisian ae o euarenteed to
Step Palling Hair *r Meneoy BMsk. I
A luxurant hed of hair is God's
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steroid animbnan lI r oared to the pu.L
m s* t comorebedoueas Imagie.T e Streat is not like

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COUNTY clum D Sim

Mrs. L M. Graham has returned to
her home in Ocala. after a pleasant
visit to her son. D1). I Graham. In thl.i
Miss Ilelle Chitty of .MIccanopy
arrived In the city yesterday, and i*
the guest of her sister. Mrs. J. Fletch.
ar Hill.
Herbert Weber, formerly of this city
but now making his home at Mc-
Ihtosh. spent yesterday in Gainesville
* business.
T. J. McRae left yesterday for
Moaticello and other points in West
Plorida, where he wil remain for the
next few days on business.
W. Wilaon. one of the efclest oper-
ators Il the office of the Atlantie
Coast Line railroad. returned yester.
day from a brref visit to St. Peters-
Attorney W. W. Hampton left yes.
terday for a professional visit to
Ocala. hDuring his absence he will be
the guest Of Mr and Mrs. Geo. C.
Mr. and Mrs. T J.. Cone have return-
od to their ihomu at Raleilth, after a
pleasant visit to Mrs. S. M. Wither.
la'min and their children. who are'at.
tending Miss Terheau's school.
The (;aties't illFh furniture Comupany
ik advertising inatt Inigs as. a specialty
this week. tuid it woi'ld I.ay intendinU
piurchasers1 to) look oour their line.
Hadil their ad in atuothtr column.
.h1011 F. .Ihickm is o(f ilrnson wats
in t(h' ity tior ;a f',, lhotirr yesterday.
Mr Jackson hliahs i.b'i suffering from
liigrippe ftir th, p;I, t few w 'ks,. and
wats 11 roirute- t \Vhite- Siirinis,. where
Ih. h ll'. ti hit th :ald iter will

',!t .1 N I ;i t',hitil ha'4 golle to
l ', .. i l.t, '. ,II' I- lit kinll after his
r)f litri I. ,~- t Hi | l un't two or
thr.. Iii i t ..BL ni htiis ontl ift
thll (i '' r i ,, i, at *"'on of the
('illi w u I~.~' i l' td* down
w ith in 111 II ia li,. L* .1 fine croli

She i i u i'tner, have

.Vr .tur n l M in It 11 i ti.ciilt two
\ t.r t If' p i. , t 1 -w we'erk
l.i,>. ti. hI t (if M rs. J.
C' 1\ ;, :,,1 1,'. They
,1 11 ;. *I .' I t tto cIlDUe

r tp ii slral of
It. I.le -pi r \ i.,1 ', .t,"t, '. return t ,1.1 1. . . ; t<.r a brief
VI-it tl I .' .t1l' ;,. it.l 'li ('Cal
S1;1,1 : ; ,r. a. ;, i' rn a m emn-.
S ,,.r 1 ', io 'i l rilda
Sr.' hL.! 1 : .', I1" ritakiig a
', .! i i r \ rN, Imal. and

I t.- S til ts' T >:>lll
S .ll ll)% t h' lll still

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Rivalry in Mattimp

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#fin.e~e ?t,IC f Aeir IaMotwW'

L!1 ib.'- At~fc 4114 40 tig. redtnhft.

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Premineat Citateen es Veht *
ed With Thitos @.
Among the promlaneut visitors to
Gainesville Moanda was CoL Herbert
T. Taylor of llrattleboro, Vt.. who
has be'n i the State for tbh liast
few rekks. ilthig points on thlie
bast Coast nnd other sections. In
his Itlaerary CoL Taylor laeluded a
trip down the world-famos Ocklalaha
river, which he decMrie was one of
the most pleasing td romantic he
has ever experience.
Col. TayIor enjoy the distineta
and honor of betg poenm4- o ahis
toe. and is ena of the meet pfrow-
neat Repeblleuss te his ative ftte
He is a old frlew d & *d NshIMite
of 1. WIL eter of this eity. aad
naturally the meeting was a very
pleasant one.
"1 am o well pas4d withb what
I have eea of Ganesvlle that It
makes me regret I did not arrive here
earlier," remarked the valtr. "Oar
mutual frteld. Col. Webster has been
good enough to give le consderable
of his time rice I arrived here.O, ad
behind his One horse. I have had the
opportunity to visiting many sectioos
of your beautiful city. all of which
impressed me. I have never uen
prettier homes or better kept lawns
and premisaej which alone is evidence
of the refnement of your people. I
hope to come again next year, and
you may feel sure that I will And more
time to spend In inlaesville."


Shields Warren and Wife Called on
Account of Hie IIllnes.
Mr. and Mrs. Ihlelds Warren left
Monday for Apalachloola. having been
relf d on account of thI adden
change of the condition of Hoe. J. N.
Coombs, one of the most prominent
men in West Florida. and National
committeeman from Florida of the
Republican party.
Mr. Warren. ho is a warm person.
al friend of (ol. Coombs. received In-
formation Thurmlay that he was
much better. but on Saturday there
was a change for the worse.

Mothers' Meetlng.
TlhA Mothers' Meetin held as the
pleasant home of Mrs. J. A. McKinstry
%iownday afternoon was a very happy
as well as nioqL helpful meeting, and
in spite of the warm rays of the man
Te large learlor and hall of their
pretty hoaue wero crowded. and a fate
glroXgran wair readrerd.
Thb* meeting was In charge of Mrs.
Mert hant. and reflected great credit
upon her. The meetintl opened with
the hynw. "What a Friend We Have In
Jeot*s,' by all present.
Bible headinxl-Mrs. Merchsau
A most touching another's prayer
by Mrs. teo.) I Dolg.
Instrumental dolet-Mar) McKliutry.
Roadins--Mrs. Evans.
ihatrun"tAl duet by Marguerite
Ildfton and Helen Harrison.
ReritatiUnn-Mise flowers.I
Reading -Mrs Yoream.
Veal duet-Mrs. L L Iandboru
and lisabwth Smith.
Readingl-Mr. Margle lUt (roes.
Instrumental solo-Mrs. Yoes.
The redairg were moet helpul and
wisN. Mothers do well to beed them.
for nose tf as are shove 'heie
(hat wbkh may be of besnet to ear
MXI. Bowers reettattet. 1Th Mimie.
tar"s Comlan to Tea." as tOM by a
small boy. was shlply -rf-, a4
was vlsori, mu eeretd dsam t1 bUe
lady hhtdip reaponmed wtth *sofer

The INutrumeetal duet wa bMsetital.
Iv redere4d; al URls Mtar? Me.
KIwati s solo whire shlny that eh.
ha. worked. Ia fact. all -I we. --d

prejstam wa* fhaUed illgbsHH -Mbil

iwas OMP04Ve IMh weasgo 0bs

'-aas tish I ww ws a
kit?'plt.I.Setol~ ~I

Is Wolb bs
Carried byma aMer.fob6

o" A pap44do ra
otrse In as se emofm-dio.
I ev' to ow

toP dar the afteowL t a
ua. p to of Sash. s O
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oiitoftheW %orDidsorb
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is to learn : ti th. rc:ttive s,.>1nhli.n and reliability of the leading
era of mnediciual agents. as the nst cn :nwnt physicians are the most Cl Mi
the uniform qualitY and pehrfet purity ot rinmedies prescritlwe by them, and it b
known to ph.s.icians and the W\ll- Intormed generally that the California f~i
Co., by reason 1of its correct methods and i wrfect equipment and the ethicat char
its prod ct has attained to the high standing in scientific and commercial circle
ic itooded to successful and reliable houses only, and, therefore, that the name- of
Cos.mpary has bI-come a guarantee of the excellence of its rewned.y.
appeal to the Well-informed in every walk of life and arme seetial to pet o*- t
i ss0 4 creditable standing, therefore we with to atll the attention of a11 who would
enjoy gpd health, with its bletsings, to the fact that it involves the ution of right
living with all the term implies. With proper knowledge of what is beat each bo
of reornatlon. of enjoyment, of contemplation and of effort may be made to contribute
to that end and the use of medicines dispensed with generally to great advantage, but
as in amy inutanwes a simple, wholesome remedy may be invaluable if taken at the.
proper time. the California Fig Syrup Co. feels that it It alike important to prewent
truthfuly thq subject and -to supply the one perfect laxative remedy which has won
the appvarl of physicians and the world-wide acceptance of the Well-Informed because
of4heen elhlee.' of the combination, known to all, and the original method of manufae
ture, which is known to the California Fig Syrup Co. only. o '
* Th s valuable remedy has Itwen longs and favorably klown under the name of-
Syrup of Fink -and has attained to world-wide acceptance as the most excellent of
family laxatives, and as its punr laxative principles, obtained from Senna, are well
known to phvsicia.ns and the Well-ilnormed 'of the world to Ie the ies't of natural
laxative, we~ hm, adopted the more elaliorate naqe ttf-Syrup of Fils and Elixir of
Senna s r fu' fully descriptive of the renidy, but doubtless it will always be
called Iot by thei shorter name of Syrup of Figs-and to get Its beneficial, ffcts always
note, when Ipu having, the full name of thl Coronptany California Fig Syrup Co.-
plainly printed on the front of every IwiAknle. whether you simply call for--Syrup of
Figs-or by tlhe lull name-Syrup ofl l.'i tl andlixir of Senmn-as -Syrup ol PFgs and
Elixir of e'nna is the one laxative. rem'dvY manufactured by tho C(alitornik'Fig Syrup
Co. and the s.unw heretofore known ly thei name - Srup of Fig% -- which has gives
satisfaction to m millions. The genuine is ls sale by all leading druaggiaits throughout
the United St.ttics in original package's l1 oue s/ize only, the regular price of which
is fifty cents It r lo)tt'.
Every v' ,ttle isn sold utiler the ~e'nerral gimnrantee? of the Comppa*y, filed with the
Secretary ot Agric'ulturet, t \V\'a.hiuton, I. (.. that tho remedy is not adulterated or
misbranded within the meaning ii tho Food and I)tugs Aoti June soth, ioo6.


LousliUe, Ky.


Citioens Make ComplaInt of turning
Out of hase Trees.
There 'alaai 1ien cemnnldter,thi e'-urm
platut imwny I -,twtv owners r.etvn
ly at the matiner In wthich-the llaul
of elegant shade trees along t1e real
denoe istreta asee Wih bunted outi
anmd doetroyad by th electric liglhtf
wires which run thrujugh the branechles
ia some ianestane the limbs. having
cone lato ewtart lih I the wlre'. t&*r
burned entirely oumt i4t only ruilninN
the breach, bnt whi l-etrtif the uair-.
roundings to lre.
'We are iin ie1, p.1110ton to kllow
w44iLsvr it Isheo it> hof street
roainttlee to keeip tie limbs aeao
front the wires or the duty of the
electric ommipan) t keep the wires
away frmon the Unil,. te t the fault
ies soemwhere, sad should be remo.

IThe f*umh m Suday elk"MaW-
owme t.wtsIch was bell #A the IMs
ompli oeftohwch blamdo A~ st.w
well mtamloo. aMd thrusprest el
bp"Irb I'a"if "ts te al6e0 ol
Mrs.M.P.W b. Nryw afCbhn, tUL
AMd W~ erof toe luttgmhllh ftwSm.
daty IshinlAinombile.

lateres- I* may ruinuibgs 8046"6
amsSout em okaati dV4anIB

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a- viinr t ofurd sfla~w, owl. 441lyflfq $8,71V P" r uvalhallwuueMi" "W"Ip
hlieset" oileat .lv.wOw aImp qf"1Mut.
j'him Oll( Odo to Auditor Univwf~ty, or wee CMpt. Co:
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SIMo, dlemerm sad ,railroad
il: or, ia Mt u aL Aending It Is staid that Mr. 1etchelr plank.
aliry ut lTt I* by perLftal e.n ra* i4 M e 175 "plautn" with &S Air
le0tiO t pool wae Wations to om- Ao chbarateristl the
5, Un rand t 0 e br, t ri. imat 01w pect" to receive his full
fr s ,m w. 4ier's worth.-Palatka TimeoHer-
Sh sa tHrmt larw. I have I -
Sai4 *aa" tbh :tas4t 4 te 6sa ," Poitiso and Money.
Pned vMr. Po 0 There we" nervr sue a -mPaig
,t the Pres tou as lb o f a io lllmporal t tt esfas. w t
misa5 Ut11 you tab painin tbh 'rWiSWn ie 0,, tLe a
Boom MW rov eat bre gPssed the "a th ose seble then -of-
apuer b as. U OH vt!. s d~mf stg the best adst moos
S.. /Mot Sti itiseas of the state.
saWepr of tlS I gm proposed h I ( ver, an rs,a
t re the prn t: primary e te m, to
-- tiue en"m n euomaot 6t e wesesseful apa t1or a SWA.
iR t potr i i/ a tate e stLa o I FlorLda-DeLand Re. S
r leanch of R" Gove"r8ault *shoM he o -.
SJ to w-r. p-P ,o a s g
igt lrto the giM iitatutWl As s1'o e (sokton Is 0. K.
AMsd l8esMtOr 1041 theS8 An tanvesMgation Into the affairs of
S to Hor ti lt b th ity M been going o n Jack- M A
nm e is they al agrd ith 3Senato sr evOlto Ir sometime. An efort was i
10 Sn. Satao TrimM joined t1 sa0 to stow that J. N. C. Stockton. ei a m a
dLtat y Iamdtrit noalnkteto for Governor of Floridas, eas lUemit
"'Deoalt the estCI tink that the a lvpa watractor had done sope TA
Scoufr at tb Wlhllf ot, eat i ibag but that gentleman
Swh~b a T Uaptet of r ltsr wwore waked Its the 119n's den and showed
Ir. faite to r w et4 VrGA laotended that he wa acting I good faith. The
to #hs 't e pta w fola r 1 tr the *ifrt t besmlrchb his character was a .
nomtato 1of t h Prftdent, or his dsmal talare In faet ti nllnua-
ro pt aata Vk jpt view op. e R P tios meade against hib were proven
a prove i of the Oiago SonIvtlion' to be mere traped-up charges with
it. To that Seater aoe replied "I no foundation whatever.-ort Myers
have me rifghtot .prem ans opgnxlon." pn, -
STi I=l to tlw Ho of Re Will support ew
a I to i 0a MaUtr ab ot neave The IOalepeodt endorse the ap
iasU ( toe east, but no eae polatmet by Governor Broward of
.bas ad tIh plhk to expreu hti Mr. Xle, of Marlanas, for United
4Pt fte or to fill out the ur*ex
~ -~~p .I pitd te h ol t e lamented W. J.
6VOT A AIINT SOCIALkl. Brys. R also ndorses the cando
^:bi4 1'" yi't*i.a n d Ovrr B.or.ard fr t a -. _---_-
i. e 4 bll art Ip tegisa nd made Unto SsSenate. The Coverbr
a a witho Ma 8u ads toheisa a ue ator ohar t, ad wlth ao
IupI dleo lba' te demeafdt d t a relastima O ab capabitLes sad qalls.
low fraai hal e Iba J ties of ts poseellent opponents, Mr.
ia at tip Ubti-Weo. Flthober and Mr. Lamar, The. lade
1 9Ea pewoUar pt, P at oosoNdi paendnt wilt support Goowror Browr
S em" aMpel .b Oeomervatlmv ard bla iaadidacy.--t. Petrsburg
it4 VoW r ib tohe liral g6v t M M pa a de
agrla i.A bt l to ompel tbhe lowal
.satls.t wps*1deep0b 1m .1 i lab I
SatV prens iot work mand sb. J M
SItWoea sate workabops wikb will pay b i m
tmWe otlm woag The Uberal Ovp r. r.
mlmeti altho4th ttallower tb Intre Ml T,
Setlies of tbL bllt for party esxp ,ev ttrouiya pon the mind.
i d y, hi s now de oded to oppose It lioa)irad!amitini; beaut y,
o th. iwgnd that It would water t he, n esvioor nd isappear
rena"raes of the Datlum and would when the klys ---are-
thrie out Wf work more phasesoo tbaA out of order or dieA
II wulmd ait. There ta a o In iney truhle his
i tr polt al parties In the United bem A. M. C in
S Wt, ud Detmoats shold asMMp tht it ist i not unco.
SaoL t&ell Uad of It by ,rleatt alson for a child to be /y
ad rtmrn looa ttsio oal. "
o %l5eliloin tO ia uak kidne s.If the
oIstb legilatots. The Republican :hM aratestoofte,iftlrU" scad ZTR 8. JORDAN.
rty is beaded that way and will hedsh,or if, whenthechildreachesan
sl bL brgt up with a rmd tarn. .geWhsit should e able to co6b the
- Tarr ptosato and subsdies were "i yet a d with ) A (
th>-&I iad ey as benu atyrouble an''.SrSte Brat
=,/1.ieid wpm tit, thecaum mmust adiS
Smad other easur. s for t.a eould be ttbowae no treatment of
Sa t______ a" ae ^-"'''"'se an t__i o "" INST
a"bit as most people a ippea
STblamm i A4vrae to ertarin. Womeas well as siad PORTBR BIOCK
eaMeep the U. a The&s anid tof

* 1M4 a 11 "a o te 11 o i rw it

* Usias aand, leaders mad ra* m-sdphlet telo les"T,
- hib-. -V_ ,,,:.I

* afot am .o Dbat Ptobar Ned. Me Wt h St. P.
8 this peu. Taey ay be ar eard this per. 5on'tu mu= mistake,
U' Jeal s ether yeJ' but 'S h* 8AS 0000 UPRSa PR9
ml* -nvme tal ba aa t he em, Uilshml. T.. em ese ry
aa *TN'.ettpes I me. Y i 4 n o .ul urts R.e........e

, Ag't, Gainesvile, Fla.






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0. hi 40..Jka,~, fla

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ld.Mrook Whiskey s M I l.
SK." 3wY ottU0a-uzpbr Oos Odti
I Pits iM de..........
11.71 2 mwPlatU In drum..
12. l M only to drnum-wr-W mt a e
eOld Hemgead N. C. Coin Whta.
4te ogaiMll Je. exprwe poM... $ a .
9*# Cem Whikery-4- rsws Ckilee
R*cky Fwrd. per bottle........ I La
14-2WiAY oFi. eP" cWW........ I3
g-" c. whs .. ae ..... : !
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C. WMil "'. ......... *S
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F pipriate Servie I" l Mw Chr
tian Church, Just Completed&
The new Christian church, other
wise known as the Church of (hrist
has just been completed at Tr1eop.
and on Sunday services were p
is the 'iew building for the first tie
and the day was. spent in feasting and
There was a larKe crqwd present
from every section of the Trenton dis-
trict, and the meeting was a regular
love-feast. Those who attended coa.
stituted entire families, and they
brought baskets well filled for the
day's festivities. A dinner was spread
under the shade of the massive oaks
surroulding the church, and the multi-
tudes were fed and made happy.
The services, which began Sunday.
are being conducted by Rev. J. W.
lDunn, who was in this city for several
days. Rev. Dunn is a fluent and earn-
est speaker, and will no doubt sc-
complish great good during his stay of
a week at Trenton.
Mr. and Mrs. Ii. R. Col.on and W.
W. Colson were among those* from
this city who attended Sunday's
County Committee Call.
Tho' Alachua County l)emocratic
E,,cnutive Committee is herteby called
to meet at the court house in Gaines-
villh on April 'th. h190S. at
11i clock a. In. The official call
for the primary election will e issued.
candidates assessed. etc.. and all men-
bers are urged to be prei-ent.
G. if. GIIIIIONS. Be'y.

Former Chancellor Dead.
8yracuw., N. Y., Marest 30, --Tbe
Rev. Dr. ('"arles N Sims. former
Chancellor of Syrari'te university,
tdied Friday at his home In LAberty,
Lnd., agtdl liev(nt).fve,. In t1863 be
entered the Indians Meth(odlt confer-
ence and htld several pa orate. He
was later pastor of churcthe In BaIl.
more, Newark, N J., and Brooklyll.
tI 18R 1 he %aS ,*'I t.,l (.',a, ai eIlor of
yracube unlivermty nit w as succeM-*
ed by Dr. .I.tmN.s I .t si) I99.


By Terrible Ithing Eczema-Face
and Head a Solid Sore-Spad
to His Hand and Leg-Wuld
Sen th Until He Bed-Tny *Suf
fer Immediately Relied nd


s* m t *ed heb for
S-- three moaltbh.
Then he b eo
bad that hi face
t-- and senm

o ff. e we tried
Asotbew doctor
e Mid he coaki
Scun him and we
dotored ther la mrntl. the baby
evwr gttUi any etter. His band
aWd ler the had big arm oa them
and as for his steeplu. we could not
think of It, te poor little fellow sat
femt so tnrrly. 3pr 1 tied his ban&M
to the rib to keep him from rratchiltn.
but wbefitpos bad A bins am
*hawl or be would scratch a Metf al
blood Whem was sevenmonnt.amold
w t ried = S tthe Cutlkns ReMddim.
The &Art oao cf Cutkvca at
him -tp wl r1M oaem I week
the "m w os b"tt stm*yd red
aaad s 1mP- i would bibo we
.sd O had a terMad whiss Sslow he h

this led0r hlM m4e agea-
bwa heaiM S noh ae

bsF Asta.111** *1" *
A 0 9asl *t Oblftm iMdi

fra m R to ag w otbr

No 1.m m Wb- F4~

------- ----.W ---I

advise the .u oact a lawB OC
to prevent tlthlnraM ld express .
Companiees in- intoxt. A SAFE .HOME
^^us 16MIt A SAFE. HOME home
wtU lyou advi. ao or gntor Io r 6.8. nature has id a certain, oafe. .o..
It' Or if etaeted. whIM' appnro DBlood Poisen. It in a t miei made entirely of roots
Sl.- nise& blood-poifying value d is the one medircni
It or to' t _." down to the root of the touble and remove ery patib Mo
AMs. I will recom018 ae 00 sMa.e at the ame time benefit and build up the system and
of uh a law. and It Pased I will h ful elctS eve follow its as i osohm the M l
approve It I era medkines are used. As soo as the systom b t w
I 4. mWiU you. s Ma Govnwrnor. 8 S. 8the disea begis to Improv. and whete r -
advise the ,L. ituree to eact a law purified the bloods an dri outevety tw *e th pols_,,
to e-ti-m'- ...Judicial and trouble an ever aam ain. The general mate~t t1!~
eo uve 0m a aicial anu Blood Poiso ,suc as ifal lng hair, cOppe-colord apou,
executive osars who Ill wIlfully that, os sd malers etc., ane merelys Tm the mi
alneent ofr fs to aeMo the laws tio sof the blood, ald a moset caI e wily to _i euItm
of the Stote .la ctn aBlatowl a"lnt while S. 8, 8. Is dol the ab* sry wk eietalg tMaed. O
the trae ti latoa Ick Mquor., or 1tHome Trsitmea t ik of peat ndassite" Sl tMi. Ifi
iT? Or. V eatedwl n oapv it dietnt dage ofthe divmm, ed also valul suglomaOboit te ma
or veto it?" treatum t, th will be moat MW Is .eetig a cure. .will be glad
oA ,T -t to wId aaop of this book, t o charp, to any who md r it,MIdI
books pThe wla pow tho r sfr iS advice is wasted our physIA wil Htake mnrei sup-
Ibook,, p* t powe. -f r ,ov,.,i ,for pgit without cat to the ta.t. I you are sl ertng with Costa.
ese In the hands o the Governor., ios Blood PolWe you can c a y self i the privacy of yar owna ome
and I would regarW wUI tgl. ot. or by the us o S. 8. 8., a Srbwtatet sae sWometiv
rtusal to e*cte *any ot the law. I.n 3il WIFT 8PCI C CO., ATULATA., Q
elldnag those against the traffic II n In__ _______ 1____________________
toxleatig ltquors, as kleent 'nue
for removal, and wouWl eertalnlv v,,r t
le the right vested tI the (,o%,,rr, r,
Remove the o.endeft . a i Ol ir. Waldo Offers You the est
their patee men who would t'e that
t hw were enford. Grade of Dental Work
Any law fiftther utenditlg the
power "of the overotr to r f t .
omfers for failure to performr their A
duties. including violate of the. law ,k WI Any of Ni k Ms l leWhat T by .
against the traffic ia ltntooiatIng a W S
liquors. would be approved by une WALDOot DN STn
You are at liberty to give tlii let (uASIS f'.%ItOTLL IM AIM1
ter as much publicity as you see fit. g .. . 1.... ...e nr.s <... . Ss 2
Very slmt ely yours o .. to WO W) S 1SS0
JEVICRSON B. BROWNE. ema. ...e.... l4aewot S .
-L-os---- O.0 ******....... .i.. MIA .u ....S.*0 1
IUt tof.( ... .. ....... .. .....S ilv e ....... ...... .. W p
I And ,ab, .r ,nt time you .we....................... .. ,ts e s ..... .... .. ... SII.
sla ltrm paln-aseNd by damp
weathu-wbea your obed nearly _
ietr ffm neuralghio- Ballard's T oCouW NW hM MuwSINI
Iww latmt. It w you. A M t IM
premlaat business -a of Hemp ________WE
stIad, Tla, writes: "I have uMd
-wVU a o-wl n liglr ithemnatism Ire eft SOh
, ,I, m p9ied Ito a eyoIn irtMi, iuNmL
that MOw 1 M free li these com.
plalts.I In m sure I o e this to your
lIalmat *3oid by W. IL. Johbmam. .


5 5 5 5PBk AL -A- A-

Mir John (' P'e''INr Pinta Gorda, or will you advse agaiat it. or ilgor

NM I ka.r -ir I ilo' ,ur Ip.'n let
it r to the tcaidhili.te- for Gtiternor
pr.-ij|undliing certain qustionll to
Them I d--'m it tlh dultyt of every
candidate to state hil i laition on the
important i tne-L before the' people.
frankly and unitiiuit all, and in all
yny j-peeth.-s I tte gKoite fully luto
this question and covered the around
of your Iniinqurie, but as my spweche
kave not been generally reported I
take pleasure In answering your ques-
Q. 1. "Will you. as Goemrnor, ad-
vise the Legislature to submit a
Constitutional Amendment ifor Stato
Prohblition) to a vote of the people.


Ans. I will recommend to the Lefsl*
lature the adoption of a COastitudoma
Amteadment to be submitted to a vote
of the people, prohibitimg the sale of
Intolcatag liquor Ie the State of
Q 2. "Will yon. ama mch Gver or.
advise the LAslatlamr to pea a em-
eral prohibitary law. or will yo ad.
visee s At it. r Itore it? Or, N
pamnd, will you appen I o r etot it"
Ass. The eoOeemss of oeptbs
among lwywe Ie thatd a general pro
hibMt7ry lw iNset be emaed with.
out asmemb st the COlmetd.
tota; -bI i a 1tw to pAs d y1
the Lgilature I Wmll O& e "i t Md



Cooper's bsoris Art Being kIbl A
by Etn-Psgs

W. asprn I P~IrCrE~, vb O sn"l # A d
'L ma Be Od Is b-a
=Ofet WWWW9. L t doM"AtON w__a_ w goA
-ww f~i~t Swem 5 tS we-so ASS&Bas anofton
jpmedi S. te-C up tm bor
bw at bs5 _
roeole "batu 1 t a d SI @NWaw d MI 3 wqS q
his ns.e 'U so wW tbe eidiL a~dmmot -30
t ollsbwoethis ylor mybeck. &S ~wmV
CM I to autM. an the Oitpmatii6 is 3m bout Ig1wm us of
Vuat e ivoyqvmsib "Grmulo harve wfq% i sa Ned.m to a
taken his Jdtisn Ye 14 II t ee is -
*r.-bvus 4 sM ems O2to his beets. Of m.Nw seftduS .but 40
Ar"UlSs dmm ftkis webaru' 4tel =M Iiso am t.%
tpE I* 'h mlWlU Ur lAnew& so amb*WqLmW e iSM" 4*
S!"-1'.9 4' ti*wa Comm ('hi so"IVwhee so m cm '
racn, .41* P'O~ idi~ff 5Of Othe )W OO t em w is. wN
Ors-ifaL~h is (coae'.Uhm hethv aslimm Oem"endo* I1W1
IFs is 4 eeima 5 eI M WO MAl a SOW Wloa
mu "4 a slibe )isS kmI
asSw hask- ObWd Was profs* -99
USw q0
C ana m
jb ma dm N .
wes 9 WK
SWO J~bqr% MySamemo
04 at 04 1 VW Um f eldi
All 1 3.

Debt Caused FatlW Grreoi
Olmbosgo. iilank S.-.WFlauUie~
1". a shoem~aker. was ,Aid hilled4
M"Y y red willI w.Ubemar
resderevl lar 16 me plubs. 14 is
amh UrIAse 9W)"ewel doamn tW
SdM&OWSki 60 demaue"" Net.
Ujberta "* ow a" VA~ s i
Wlift to orpey it, lb 6 Vas e
so omey. A qinn00b04
194 b~opmed. oWmM M 0 to MIl.
46 Ubestas toa 4estees
001*4mIy Wooly LsrW.

Ie %we e.,daft"Jos -.016
16 i-toa*inh su I" mw "1

a fte.so6 to S 49 l'
.1~w hMW- "a b
Wish ~ Ia n So *mets.~
Widlafetm OW W OwI
lDew TuI% tbP
Mmm" k s lw as

b b mme isA a U8 mwm
to ~ W no dMW W e~ SA

di be wal~ o
0 t'ave 0 WwhS 4

he ~ exa
mad e son d,

be I" Saion ow.

W. epmb- --


inl~o amwer. -

W~d fba 6 op an
Rd .

The Dutton Bank


wo m. ?e mm

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bn Ylse-Pvedio L

AStrong Bank,

Giving All Brn.

'no" tat coume

Woore it Ptuo

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a snowms
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Staple and' FanoyOr4-oqr1".

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Some HliaiaW pWWO.0A
the potato ap w S heWv00
earlier this seim SriM
seeret odb urw'L.

Tbh is t be ~t~emenwS
shipped frem
.The 4 d IV Wih
t" Zol rr.i 60 a ow '

ban" emp ~.OomioUk ri

it s "omh

oft"edoase tog-oi

0"AGt he ro$ou r*S& btlw a.1
moat of teIre
Ofa hseW&~ *st t

mi~e Orisuo wnp~e be
lrr -- li-~6i~ It

A_ s wCa Is emote
~' ~f) now" Slop 1,LU --+ L
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The Carolina.Port"

d Cement Co. has

just found the walk lsof

a house plastered 2

pinrsqwith 'Aws

to be in hiar

Let ustell you all
about i

sJe Ihm. u
8n nn I I I .

a m se d Air
-ovN- YbeThe lsa cotA*
- e t date: rmt. 3. a. mC
vers a seWsenwe Lae who has be-

6aie -o t oe a fh
Tauhe *rep Ut a. a OiY
~yHa: "It m t hat o $10bro0e
- 1by1 h upOt a swor a thshe

Unea of the hi he are fnltture

%"t. Tbe "atte adve naot ofaske
*t Itva1 usd t i the ao latorst. O
mt he tan reta n het Afty amn here

to gow rane e., vegetable. etc."t
The TldpeU o tsle"w a td bee
ay: 'f too Istoe l that $1.A
Mte dfleaMt beat. Whether other w
t a Is bt up at Tm *pa ao by teo
-Vsw Aah001 law. while
miJ OW t- *whe- ware Io atual
wsrt The latter a*e so otberd measo
it vesh froodbs the osmplaat. Of
orsme Ithere are other Aius ports
ba ~dat that am n fferimg thftug
th operat"On of thbisaw and because
ft Is too late In the seeaea to suist-
tute dibreat gear. Whether the law
Io a just ote and necessary to pm.
serve the fodi fi..hee of lorida or not.
It eemse from the complate made
to hav worked maue haidehipo
thromh Its rem it rtgohaus entorce*
1mv ."- -

W. D. Holoetbb. while Mlagls at the
Oattle cap Mloday. happened to
rather a eUllar aa4 paltaul aee leaL
Ho had booked a imonater ob and
asa playIng him. ,. T be 7 w% a
lhter and It w taklasg Mr.'Ho d.
oemb's best to hod him when hie rsod
with a jerk. broke wear the red, esr
la t ret to Sy mbak ad strtk hbi
J*t mro the right eye. 0 1tttaite
a Saak The blood spurte out emn al
le"t a 1d e4mtaed to Iow hI a stream.
With the aman at hmea It was tua
posmi tb to a ow. an a peaMsif
aphab pik6ed Mr. Holosasm up mad
broi ht htaimto rmademtowu where.
feai the lees of b1ed. he It1led.
Me was bIsWat to Ma atee Ia b u
IF sad the waved.we opwely at-
taded to.-.Manatee Reeed.

via"e Gorek.the thlfwrtea~m and".
0~~e F. Crosk. a S. o00themWINe.j
pavahm" as the jcksmvnlo

I To maelbmpUN of im W Cklb
hedm emofter! mabt 6 pw
day migt War lbs Wen of PatrelaS
ofi~k sW ishedr eeIjades.
YtRu 'Th OMNIs, a bur felabw. W"se
to~bq arrae aw sadtepatwuebmw
wbe, M4d eme bofre his me vWh
ad his di. e ~I am ma roll&
Woboed hif hto dvW"rn Peelig
do gas behW ind to I.ikeboy. as a
bet esent the ltubw amldushto
*AILTON Oft06 O ebt i hsMs1
ftothe UNe 16 moba puhe seto
ha e of d*WSW. t*e 104 the
~ M4 the be"tI uh the *as*&*
le bobew hea* sommok lp-
dohWemr am Nesaftor athe mNow*
Ig-s I kySea use twan*

S,10 iMtt^ a sm^Jkt(es
alpa sfldre mnof

the en oelmf-lb bu ewj

anu indexes
~MJll o9 r lUlt of thi
Method oNt beasg drains
Wl house m ws a well-merwtt
he a t't l h t lt the country.
41H little e" tesan its m
00uas t NIetef w only rotv
Ssit am ap teang wit a
edmhen gsand heeds, ad It. toi
w11A nsmuch smaner than that
at p Wae k ouse, man for man s

Sthee lews by the patrolman
When he tempted to draw a knife.

amJ. liah 8. Ieard's handsome reol.-
dooes b ther bdmm Nw near Pes
col1, Wai destroyed by Ore Friday
lht wlie he and h family were I
t Y. where Mr. Bard was deliver.
tag ~ Al aesn in advocacy of his ca.
dMI401. T b home wV losted out.
lde of te ar*e-afmts of the e ty ad
tho bulafs atd Ii oamtontes wore a
total4 lees with the aoxctp of a
tow oo0ls whlek were g otte out by
the uidgboms 00 palm t. l-
tUre s t petry. some oA L nd
bels boded dow from geu atio

Ia the mOl r Peae WSWa e of ev
As Mod C
It ew am a wefm or a a" with leu-
vrtet oeisy t oe may be sure el-
theb hea baIndat to mea t to sanhe.l
z ewly rt ear whao weoen "
aM mve this 1a bhar, they owe ft
to dadrsul. T heeae madre ot prp-
atees that "t hee" to s uOssdarew.
t Sot lsbet ep Me's earptlidel tes
Mem oee lt es a6 e I"atPeoue.
r6Me SCtbOlr0< 0 1"114 0001t00t
t %e 1 Nk ftt ON "eaI were aO

on haoefebet"
te at tes b wpteets Oseafre

W4ta se a eets MTeS o" "
ee b sed am GroiMtta 0b.

I've 0(*4s of to w PAL
L I ftAt I 08v.o rMi e s ate

3 A. ARL T U a

To F6i VIM



eA me
ROSUMO ea To aMmiulue
W- .e.Owwas
PGmOANIM beas&&wn t


oithWtem aswek we~
hao bg b i "Am

That Oby Bklr

.. ....... FLOR IST S
was told than aoetonwas my only
how e .fI wrote Mlalbak -
Leeya- iet ok a Plaklhamn'.
my lhbl C-MO a"ft has saved C CE CUT FL
ey l M u womaa. --FRESH DAILY-

ie l eti for e andDeco
~. lWt Purpoe. Spealty
owd what ts, K b&amts VegeW-
eo*red fd mhomle trel*es, and lih 71 W. Bay---(TUW)--Ph MN
Ma n my =Weia deeded Ut4a JaeeksbirlM, IP. -
O -MOe wa pr.y. My hamband

ad tolay o w, W ft.or --
rAe Fo I K WOMEN. L "us," "-'"
er _ _ _ _ _
a Vle nd, l. .. .
froma roaf 5d barb.,* been th while the wedding dresses oft M.
tlahd 1 .feav mu g1i Boeard's grandmother were also sacred
mD whbatbeddwitSh there, as well as Other arteles mi
have tecstroultllewt- as volumes of boose, records, et., The
ti 1fbod tumor, ir reularities, origin of the fire Is not deOttoly
periodio plnW, and bacc. known but it is believed to aove ba n
Mras. Pikhaa tinvites all lkpc caused by the exploatoo of a tlop
wuwM Ito advice, which had been left lighted upetalmr
ohn ea0ACads 1? ^ to The residence was Insured to the -
E T. a Lynn. Mawse of $4,000. but this dbes not oov er
------half the ulos. The Wmildina tetef baA
to generation; were consumed by the a valuation of probably $1.00., w he
blase. In the reldence were aece of the furniture jnd heIrloms we 1a.
furniture two huadred years old, mot priceless.



Jacksonville and New York.
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an s.LJohm live.

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Thuedape, aj Op m. Reiurota. tlease avSeAw MOd
We da daays ad &rt-ys. 1000 a o L
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ROBIDA, ARCH 31, t1i

ji, C(. R1. uL Ia ( IRi l

Order No. 224.
Office of the Railroad Comnissi..nersr
of the State of Florida-In the mat-
ter of passenger rates of the At-
latinU Coast Line Railroad Company.
Whereas, at a session of the Rail.
road Commissioners of the State of
Plorida held In the city of Jackson-
Vlle on the 19th day of March. 1908,
& hearing was had on the subject of
the passenger rates on the lines of the
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Cornm-
pany In Florida, at which session the
company was represented by Mr W.
J. Craig, its passenger traffle i ana-
ger, who submitted on behalf of the
company a proposition to put in the
reduced passenger rates both flat and
mileage hereinafter set forth.
And Whereas, at the said session It
was agreed between the Railroad Com-
alssioners and the Atlantic Coast Line
Railroad Company that the said re-
duced passenger rates should bhe put
into effect on June 1. 198S. subject to
certain terms and conditions,
which said reduced rates and the
terms and conditions relating thereto
are as follows:

charge of fifteen (15) eutsa agahast
any person boarding a train without a
ticket at a point at which a ticket
might have been purchased. And pr
\lded. further, that if after a reason
able trial, that las, a trial for not Im
than twelve i12) moutha. the sam
shall be found to be not reasonaN
remunerative, application wilU be
made to the RaUroad C--l-uall
of Florida to lncrea the Mid pe
senger rates of two and threearturs
(2%I cents. and three (3) oats
mile. and If the said CommilaksIra1
shall fall or refuse for thirty (>0)
days after application by the UK,
railroad company to give rol1r to
which the company coasl4er t o t
entitled to receive, the compWay shall
not be deemed to have In any waf
halved or surrendered any of Its I.-
gal rights to relief in any coort 0,
competent jurisdiction, and Its right
to such relief shall not be implai d
nor in any way prejudiced by this
agreement. nor by the fat that said
rates had been put Into *eAt nd had
hen given a trial under ths 1 re
'nent; but the company ito PPlytai
for relief from the said rMdued fmte

ing Gi


.Growing girls need care, advice and medicine.
escally on reaching .the age of puberty. A
mother's tender care and words of caution will
often accomplish wonders. As for medicine, a
gentle. safe and reliable strengthening tonic is
Wine of C9iI.
It will prevent and relieve pain, regulate the
fuctior cW the complexion and strengthen
the Ofnstiutio.
, It Is a valjble medicine for growing girls. It
has tied thousands over. a critical period, and
savdd them from years of suffering. It can never
do harm and 1b sure to do good.
'A relief or cure for all female disorders In girls
Sand wodin
At every duggist's in 91.00 bottles. Try It.

(1) A flat intra-State passenger rate shall not apply for a grter advee ..
of two and three-quarters (2% cents than a restoration of the peset p"* r e wI- aW-d ml-aIWer (2K-- of
per mile distance traveled between sntger rates. .am" per a i .ia imum of '0 TICA
all points on its line, except the fol. (21 Mileage book. within the State cW ho t;eahor L pIIae r c ar.C -----O-
lowing branch lines: St. John's aJnd of Florida during the M trial peo 1 d W carries with It privilege FOR MARH
Lake Eustis branch. between Astor. of twelve (12) mMtbhe will sad 6sha 1 1of 99 transportation 1 650 pounds take this 04et"
Leesburg and lane Park; Sanford and he issued by the company as follows: a bae (4)A mI d milege my candidacy 1 Wor r*
ro t Mars at the el go
Tavares branch, between Sanford and ea A two-thOUmSsele book e4 III. me fra eafel ot gad dat e iof 1a a. t hive odesil
Tavares; Banford and St Peters. tra-state trvel el nMa. Itetf fparroe dateh g. s du. oraiiSytiSt
burst branch. between Sanford and St. changeable with such e the solrt ousd spat the meIld portion 88)'t thou t e
Petersburg; Tampia itil Thonotosassa roads of the State a will 2 iasat o .hodred emable it e.agted within gae w.e sa
braich, between T. & T Juncti,,n and thereto, at a rate of two (2) u&p& e t "after ts an there te nUe tO t l the ie
Thonotosassa: St. l.uhd Sugar helt, mile subject to mInlsme oof .s; S I and three.f t oMe M It" P
between Kissimmee and Narroosee: g Kd for heads of Alra or tsr o %) ren S your votes at the soa
Florlda Midland Railroad. .wtween ployees, or O ers and aoM 4 pya of . ta. V try S2l.
Kissimmee and Alcilka: Inomoas"sa corporations; the book to arry not Tt h s.e fr. n it.. at" o-tha t-t
branch. Culf Junction to iHmonassa; ceeding the names of Av ( ) poWMs th Si. . . .s I h()br aaOtee otOo
Oviedo brnnc.. tet...en Sanford and in number; their names to be fMraiSh. at O mW eus, be A .S& andAx date fIor Citb Mansatl I
Lake Charm. Ti.*r av n brantn ,.. ed and Inserted hI the book at Utime 1f the Atist COst e Ralo to be h 14 ot t 14th
teen Winston and Tiger .ayN. lot purchase. list this ticket will be CMPM tae on Jun O. pr
berry to Perron at'ii-!nn and on s ii nid i conned to th of o e- e at 01. jet to all the tame and eam. to 6o the duties ft

For children under ,t, anid (,r and-mile btok to ladiv-duals at rate to loS Mt the thiro a In the city
five years of age oine half if the aIo*.Ve of two (2) onto per sae abjet'to B .. a W *s@ otb" oemasM
rates; children under flhe y..ars of minimum of 1ve les, good only for dMyCia foy Mor e hav oe4 at
ageo free hen acm.anle v a travel by parchas whose aLMe shaM OdO. 1BURL. Mhe. I lW aI e sm 01
lasnger piling adult fare Pro-. 1' inserted In book at the thime otf MU i 0D 't st
vided. that where the ai1o1nt of the purchaseO. and goa" ouly tfor Btr Aa t5 e tW MW MIV1aw
ticket at the' prres-cribed rate A s111 tate travel toI Ploraid sad latei. e.r W_ OAlT s Ab to ut OMee I BaM
ato wetherI I veI
amount to an' fltur. between the two changeable with sedk of the set 1det1 weM a"Sd with
multiiiles )f thie. th-e i.nre of tt. rioad, of the State s willn 5o.mst sV 1.OIsk I have bem IU
ti. i ..f.i&.. f .. t.her.ton This book ris wiwithf di te ORIifhtm I hSo hoe m l.

ci k et A Mn -ll I' il l' i i i liip T O i e,
which If near. t the prirer of the tIl-ket
at the rates labx''- mntiloned. or in
the event that the- animouit is eiqul dlt
ant bettwecn the. two nmulltipleA of
five, the price c hargel for the ticket
shall be on the basis of the hlgher of
the two multlple" of five; with a
minimum charge of ten (10) cents;
&id with the right to make an eitro

prMlege of free treprtatls of I .... DENTIST..
pounds of bagpf. (e) .A Ave
hundred-mi e bookIt he ts to heads
of families and to dopeadl eEi'N S04 orw OalhstlOe Nadu
thereof fw lat4ft n l teto ve. a WphM b .
parade over he Atelle OnL Uim-
railroad; thef ma to O be hu
ad t.osertod Is te oe k b a # t D i' aUawtmiA M A
purcaMe. Tbe i -ab e-Mjt


Air Line Railway


Three iqant Traims DWily:


Modern pullman Equipment

T-b. S8AWARD rvWaDrA UWrTKD-St id nIO40
tria. t. Angmtles* "Ad Jatki*** O toN." To" rt did~4~
a:~ltPro "d' a .mabcanil 2 WpaseO. dAib. b AWNWM
"A 1,3 I ksif at Ieds." w65. bodl eme
soobwtd or
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for edr
To the tabgapqOf
I wilbes a"a~m~
dcit IT" mu
elm~sa do

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The Pais-
Than a fire-e* t Ot YOr
house is on fire, bmuw it In.
atantly secures th I alue
of your honw' when
your nameie Is i Rupon a
strong policy for

Fin I -surMe

Jim tUw~ ol eNbinpanim. Winfer winds
&.ro sp" Mau6 W adatnbig blasn. OW
abou you hlivI mt SO W sAftY,
bUSS wI Allit Inat oItw"00nsu~is It o
a Ubm truaa )VU THINK.

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To the woman who bakes,
Ro.yl is the greatest of
Labor saer

a pleasure and a pofit
, :.' ,' '

a Mr. and Mrs. W. z, Dow left yes.
t' rday Cr High Sprinss, where they
James Chesut is home from Jack. wll be guests of rdoailves and friends
SIoovUle, where he spent Sunday with for a few days. Master W. E. QL w
frileada. hasbee there for the past few das
Ples O iW TonIo Is guaranteed to Puet Of Mr. and Mrs. U. Oodwbi
-f ob.' t teover. oolda and larippe. and wiU return home with his Par-
Sre oontas. outs.
NO of IS Attorney urman Y. Smith of Alaeh- Prof. J. K. Lee, the efficient prince
'by O9 B0wma us was to the sty on professional pl of the Forest Grove school, was
Sbslnaei yesterday. In the city yesterday on business con.
I/ -Sum nected with the ofloce of fSperlntend-
I WO 1AL AND OOIAL ITEMS County Surveyor Jame Croton of eat J. L Kelley. Prof. ,Lee, who origin
| Mlouaopy was among those who spent nally came from Georgia, is a teacher
I"d ee nd' W M is*s What io n O lle. of ability, and has made quite a su-
g of M ap* T Id in ohmr PamL. ~K B. Moody has returned from co of the Forest Grove school
SWilliston, where for the past few days
o fphlX e O1t.Me Who Rim May e buo a m C. W. Pomroy, the clever travelng
R aw Ii TI l Mr. and Mrs. John She. and Mrs. repreentative of the Paris Mediina
SA. otbe1ts of Bell was In the Mary Hasy, the latter's mother, spent Company.dSr. dagls, spent Ssnday at
m I Windsor with his daughter, Miss ta ,
tday with nd n O who Is sojourning there as a guest
0G10 l heW o@ne to Dunnel. For any pain from top to too, from of Mr. and Mrs. A. Roeborolh.
P:O. *Ii g gs. and case, apply Dr. Thomas' Electric Miss Pomroy is making her home
SMT waa troas ln bu. Oil. Pains can't stay where It is used. at Wtdsor for an Indefinlte period.
i "idi e ly ereterday. .L 0. Halliburton. Commission p she is wel pleased with that see-
S* a rtnes ofat Rooky Polnt Merchant-melous, cantaloupe, etc.- tion and tbose whom she has met.
OI the ety yesterday Maoon, .Ga. Consignments solicited.
SW ti stationery you want. Write Me. Additional SheEt Items en Pa ie L
V U $ w sOe e U the place to get it. H. 0. Rembort of Starke Is in the
.. bermas 0. Weaver has returned city an a visit to his wife. Mr. Rem.
f i at a bert Is now engaged in the lumabor
Stg a hJlaMnes trip to Jaeksonville. I
business near Starks.
ai H. 0. Q.Mason made a brtef your omee or room cool enough
Spmreqeal vidt to tarke yesterday. for you? No? Then let us make it
iI L Ourdoa of Hawthorn was a so with our adjustable awainl--only
qsmt vitastr to this ity yesterday. $4. Axed. Gainesville Furniture Com.
M. J. If. tevUtle left yesterday for pan
S o d* W h e h will visit ew elirw J. Ilarr &ad Claric Watkins of M .
I, .S. Hal, to. r a few days. anopy. who have been in this city
for the past two or three days on
a visit to C C. Pedrick and family.
returned to their home yesterday.
-VY A. lane of Montooeha. U. L Yvaster
*ad sm of Ulcanopy. J. N. Cauthost
SW. Packhan and Vanee Winter of
Waldo were In thoecity yesterday.
the weaheir is too hot for IluWdlu lam Wanted-Perans Wt- are going to offer you
you to elind ovor your wood who will take boards during the tu-to*- te effeto in Cluny
eaSummeor School for Teachers., begin. to- at eer od
ove-it is too hot to aout s Jos lth. are requested to in. the ones that everybody t
Wood-it is tm) hot to bathe form the undersined. ur. .r Yo. -- yrd. We are g(
hl oot and an itthe, cm, ow.anestile. Ml.
SP. Goodman yesterday received Th t.w1-3 X1 j T t6a
isturmatt m of the death of his little p I M at .. lD pkw at ,
MI T i twoyear-old aUpnew .Oeol .1. MrVelhb, This will be your ONLY Cl
Sr wa n of Mr sad Mrs. L kK MtV'th.
O SlU liJ Cus t wbkb Wc-trrd i'taI Mas-. (sa Sun
. :. U l w 6 day. iriends extend symaUth).
V takeI he ay. No war- k So EidM I
Photography tod&y tI sn AV'Otmiolc
,uJ~ot wood or ahi .- ..- ,. ,ou w. i
w o s# social esueilty in every commnaw ,IS r
|i i k na nmtch anti it is It. It maiutaas the memory sad
u 7 Meore bitainle. (C'ona aeetdoant of famity luri. through 'i, 11 a few mnute'is this
as lo B wt you how I reit at *ak. sad which we *conM a B s ( M oil thtoe
S. t no w do without. How often. to f ying to us to hear 0o mint
gret ersei that so plteure ebn)bideftW-tbee are OUT 1
of oame f ed or relw who to and we km a, i d
leg er wt"h as! Smeme 4 4. --- -- --th d
Sthe a he o r n bwe wm
U 7 wrednB t the eath ch"amerteott
when rosm veaea that a phI
lasoch bdS b~ W tas Wie. You -a ma.isivWt
***** AM a b"of I'orehum -we a


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t. 1,41

I IW Ut er
. h.Aetor 0iptan* Stday here
W Smal, the a erenhist f
mall is just recomivr from an itU
nu which s ot ned him to his rooe'
tOr sveOal day./
M. H. DeLand. ahiaer of the I a
of Willston. spent Sonday la thm city
as a set of his mother, Mrs. C. I.
D6Lmd. Mr. DeLand hu many
bfesde here wbo are always ad to

Raymond Withe'spcs, tormerly of
this olty but ew oft Mih Spriaep
pan-d t rofh GahaetrW" yesterday
e roet, to High rstB from Pmu
laths, where he hn been r the p~
tow dayn.
Mr. ad Mrs. C. W. Parham aM
tally, who have ben resid at 441
Wet Court street for the past two
ydar, have moved to ,P Wet Court
stoqt, where they wil be at oim to
the r friends.
Mr. and Mrs. C. 8. Robertson and
"Sa, arney, Jr., have returned from
Mostlodbo, whore they have been on
a vlMt to Mi. Robertson's parents,
Mr. ad Mrs. T. P. Byrd. Mrs. Robert-
son and son were absent for ome
John C. Rawls oft Marco, Lee coun-
ty, was ia the city yesterday on bsl.-
ness connected with the United States
had *fflee. Mr. Rawls made a home
stead entry of valuable land nmar Il*
aml, which is maid to be very prolific
to tomato culture.


-Transact a General Bakng Business-
The'aocounts of firms and individuals revived upon thi,
most favorable terms. Instirst paWM n f department.

Mosnt, Vernon Lodge
No. 30, Kolghts of py.
. JAN T S. L thiS( nut0 tonight at
~---. .....^ : 7:80Ino theirCasItle Hil
5 COW IV Line oy6r Doston'8 Bank.
Visiting brother* welcome. W. 1.
S...... DiCKINON, O. C.; D. M. ToMKmF, K.
FOR RENT. of R. & 8
TO LET-Lower floor, tour rooms. 46 i
W. Mechanic street. C
Vidal at drug store.
STOR FOR RENT, postoffice block. t t P .
Apply 'to J. W. McCollum. ftrsed FIs-r-RUt to P]otafflee.

WANTED--Tiemakers. Inquire at
Bock Lumber Company's mill, near
Dayeville, or address P. 0. kox 132,
City, or Voyle's 'phone.
FOR SALF--Fresh eggs for hatching.
from twelve varieties of the best
strains of standard-bred exhibition
chlekens. Prom $1.50 to $3 per set.
tlng of 13 (less than one-third price
asked by fanciers from whom I
bought). Mrs. J. F. McKinstry. Jr.,
P. 0. Box 295, 'phone 46, Gaines.
ville. Fin.

I onvenlestly heated TYet Priut',

Choice Steaks and Chope, Drip Coffee
Devilled Crabs.
Wee employ one of the best "chef. 'n
the businesa-no boy or tmexperienced ,"'I)
The beat equipped sad eMeS* rt.taurat.t In
theeity. If youwanttremloookgby a ItiAL
(o00K WHO KNOWS ma I IIae give U a*
call-any thina the market aloed you cue 'et.
We do not promise mola4rM, for nothing .
but something for your mBOay.
ROUL'LAR MEALS. Speelst rates by the
week. I'laoe for ladle. etlUemn and cuil-

pecials at Wilson's

A 'IM lqmiy, Mrch 30th


~'rI soethi ng e xtraordi tiary ini thi.,. tielpe~s and most
y mid Baby I rkhl. Wte wert' showilig t liese last week--
thought iso pretty. Tr pielfces wre $1 k.2.1 to $3.50 per
iing to let thi-4 lot 911 'I'l!l sVWEEK:sfilw
Ti r ~ @L1.0 *I61 $. B Te
HANCE' t, ) junl %pavls' -h a' 1&0I '" AttIIt
a'amon for a "sel lt.,ata.

W ha Few k=U Pfttmn-&hNew a NW imw-a

iiSftilped Fisish Chiffon for Dreses
th ";t~a ShYard

lihnt'v t4)A tOp t flt'fltioii thl'.11 .1 Li It 1i...itideed graU.
ht~ lU 4 alld C''t1ant:ilt 'nir !tc.~k f I aceAand Em .-
tobb. ayway Wtr~~h* t** it~prtaijee of thlis liMe
IAsk Is in tk aft
kntii nt wl to e arrang.*41 fea Eiir tu on e p "

18. Re WILSON-Rhbhut
fA Ma&O~w por Ino .1 1 1" A'T'rim* g ij V"tat 8w
am & ayee" Uy, gist t Pon y Whim ~m aswe mmso,,,O
p )mamat kuhie"Mg one of lb.'hup Maz t p
W s&Low As doLow" for c~Y.meIwamank

." lt Lt

GisisviuJ, FnamI .

____ United oStatesw ueiluuy --
.Capwtal Stoek PM I, 10$.000 Mrpi -ws-ad fA40,04M,
We shll be pleaded to bha your busine and nlicit i ptonae it!
amurance of giving you prompt and stisufmy drioe.
FM Pw at IMrMit d iAin b5s lfhent

J.. M. Onhem Pes. 0. W..Hyde, Vi s-Pn -. I Vicer
,. j Taylor, OCier. LI Graham, At l mp .- .
\ DtoW-Jo. M. OGraham, 0. W. Hyde E. Bahdj a1G Otam, W.
Hnapsm fpm yM. (obom, H. C. Parker, KI. J. HaMu*0q, R. L. Dikkon.
gi 'Wod. ILTator.

fl,. akdvg son&w

With is =A, 4awt ~bbs
a*aio an d aay t yar bwffi
diemmsi greatlymasperor to the ready-
ioWdiyo AM*intbe-kbabop vadety.


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What Has Mppenod end What eIs
eig to Happen Tdi Ian Shoet Pwe.w
Oraphe e TUt Me Who RmIt Mae
R1hd h In The &.A
A. Roberta of Bell was In the
ityr yesterday
George at bh haa goe to Deane-

J. M. Turner was treastluag time.
S nees tIn ht ty yesterday.
S D. W. L. Baeto of Rocky Point
a ls trading a the city yesterday
i f te pDrated statkonery you want.
The a oaloe L the place to set It.
berma O. Weaver has returned
froe a bsilnees trip to Jaeknmville.
Juede H Q. Mason made a brief
profteekmal vildt to starke yesterday.
R. L. (lorda of Hawthorn was a
S besteas vlstora to this eity yesterday.
Mrs J. Iit. leva left yesterday for
Oati. wh6re aee will valt her sister.
Me. J. IL Halde. fotr a few day.


Tht' weather i1 t ox hot for
you to 14tnd ovwr your wood
4tove -it is too hot to out
wooXI --it i8 too hot to bathe
in ,o*t and a1hs.

It Tmnd Am KL r

AN WIbE Ck brw

ald takt 1te ,y. No wor-
ry .tout wooid or ashe -
jut strike a mith Iul nd it is
. frdy for busine*,. Conw
in and let us show you how
easy it is.

.Ow"BH~ Be^^

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James Chenst is boone from Jack.
Msovilla, where he spent Sunday with
Plak'e Ohl Tonleis guaranteed to
euas hils, fever, colds and lac4ty
Price e ots.
Attorney rman Y. milt of Alchb-
us was in the elty on professional
busaime yesterday.
County Surveyor James Croxton of
Mtouopy was air eI those who spent
yesterday In Oainesville.
KI. Mooedy has returned from
Whilstoa. where for the past few days
he has beena on business.
Mr. and Mrs. John Shs. and Mrs.
Mary Iawey, the latter's mother, spent
Sunday with friends In Oaia.
W asay pala troa top to te, fro
and eaes. apply Dr. Thomas' Beetro
OIL Pain ean't tay where It lseted.
S. H0. allibUrion. Ommmio
Mwebhat-aeons, umatmaaeuP etc.-
Maeos, 0. Cosatgamnnts solucited.
Write e. '
H, 0. Rembert of Starke Is In the
city an a visit to his wife. Mr. Ren-
bert Is now enpaged In the laaber
bustines near Star ke.
Is your office or room cool enough
for you? No? Then let us make It
so with our adjustable awniag-ealy
$. Axed. Gainesville Furniture Com.
J. Itarr and Clark* Watkias of Mie
anopy, who have beeu la thisoe y
for the past two or three days on
Svislt to t1 ,'. Pedrick and family.
retwued to their bhum.' yestsrdv.
A. Lane of Moeteocha. 0. L. roster
aad e of Mk anopy. J. N. Cauthem
of LaCrosse. C. Halle of Alacsba.
Wuat Pafkbem and YVame Witer of
Wald, were In tbehity yesterday.
lklardig Iaree Wanted-Pers"n
who wUI take oardr daring the
flamm.r school for Teacher, begin
ming Jam Ith. are requested to In.
form the mndertlged. Dr. W. r To.
em. Otheasilte. Iia.
t'. P Gendmam yesterd4 reevled
iairmattom of the death of his little
twiuyfrot unepAew. ew 1. MrVelgh.
s of Mr awm Mrs. I K MVVeoiah.
which otrred I Masses. Ua Su
day Vriemde extend saayithy


Ky. It matasmise the memmry a"i

-~e ito, aX40, "And ikkk we rcow

Is W'e 5411W55 that m Vew I OAMs
of saw hod W rebel" ~who ik so
W" g us!w m? om %pinkd
Ithe comnho mo ad.-"mthe
amredsh~om ddo OWAehambor belt

ea .
as grim osom o

To the woman who bakes,
Royl is the greatest of
tii add labor savers.
Mkes home baking eas,
a pleasure and a profit

Mr. a~d Mrs. W. I. Dow left yes.
tryday or High Springs, where they
II hbe guests of retoive and friends
for a few days. Master W. E. Qow
h&ebeen there for the past few dqs, as
a guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. Oodwin.
sad wiU return ho e with his par.

Prof. J. K. Lee, the efficient prince.
pal ofthe Forest Grove school, was
in the city yeUsterday on business con.
nested with the office of Superintend.
ent J. L. Kelley. Prof. Lee. who origil.
mally aMe from Georgia. to a teacher
of ability, and has made quite a sue-
eee of the roreet Grove school
C. W. Pomroy. the clever traveling
repreeestative of the Parts Medicine
Company. St. Lois, spent Sunday at
Wtndeor with hie daughter. Miss Lens.
who is mojurning there as a guest
of. Mr. a"d Mrs. 5. A. Rosborough.
Miss Pourey Ie making her home
at Wltdr for an ladelnite period.
fp Ghe is wU pleased with that see-
tion and those whom she has met.
Adttlenal Sheer Iteme on Page





COarrle of A Oi a.(. s. p-
the MeCaw MamuIaetnrtar
left ftor poots soum yew
fQ..Atter upendita sunday here.
I. W, Small, the merchant of
HAM *, wa In the city yesterday. Mr.
Smalls l Just recovering from an ill-
a6ds which confined him to his room
tor several days./
I. H. DeLand, scahier of the hank
of Willetoa. spent sunday in this city
me a guest of his mother, Mrs. C. 9.
DeLad. Mr. DeLand has many
M*id here who are always glad to
see Ms.
Rayma d Witherspooe. formerly of
this ebtt but mow of Hh Sprins,
m-d 1ronsh OataIervUi yesterday
m routo to High prts ftrom P.
ltda, where he as. been for the past
few days.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Parham and
aBlly, who have been reading at 408
Wet Court street for the pst two
yOM, have moved to 409 West Court
tr where they will be at home to
their tMendsa.
Mr. aad Mrs. C. S. Robertson and
m *fey, Jr.. have returned from
motos e, where they have been on;
a Yvl to Mrs. Robertson's parents,
Mr. M Mrs. T. P. Byrd. Mrs. Robert-
na and son were absent for some
time. -
John 0. Rawls ot Marco, Lee coun-
ty. was tn the city yesterday on buil-
aes emoaected with the United States
bad egoe. Mr. Rawls made a home-
stead entry of valuable land near Mi-
amn. which Is said to be very prolific
to tomato culture.

TO LET-.Lower floor, four rooms, 406,
W. Mechanic street.
Vidal at drug store
STORE FOR RENT, postoffice bloxk.
Apply to J. W. McCollum.

WANTEr)-Tle makers. Inquire at

Bock Lumber Company's mill. near
Dayvillle, or address P. 0. Box 132.
City, or Voyle's 'phone.
FOR SALE--Preeh eggs for hatching.
from twelve varieties of the best
strains of standard-bred exhibition
ehlekens. Prom $1.50 to $3 per set-
ting of 13 (less than one-third price
asked by fanciers from whom I
bought). Mrs. J. F. McKinstry. Jr.,
t. 0. Box 295, 'phone 44, Gaines-
ville, FIna

Moant Veroo Lodge
No. 90, Knights of Py.
this, mWoe tonight at
7:10 in their Oatle Hall
S' over Dolta's ank
Visiting brother weloome. W. D.
DTcisRsoNw, 0. C.; D. M. TouvaFI, K.
of R. & S

irsead Fler-ext to Ptskte.
C(ovenletly Located Tet 1hat-

Choice Steaks and Chops, Drip Coffee
Devilled Crabe.
We employ oe of the bet "shefs" to
the busW le-so- boy or teexperimase cook
The heit equipped and *Me*Mt segataMt in
athe cty If iyro wat real oomkinm S" a O31.
Coo wHO KNOWS u sen vi ss e us a
a6l-anyrthin% the market tiayos geei k et
We do not promise Sometagt or sto wnae
but something for roar money.
aRMULAit MKEAL. Speolal rates br the
week. iao0e for ladiem. seaUsem ad ebll-

ecials at Wilson's

Th e MIA "4 k-Moi sMu "


We are poing to offer you mmiethI et, tilI t t,'ini rii nmir vin this, the iiow.itid and m~oet
iip-toato Weffeets in Cluny and WaT yIa rV- I I "ert *. ahowing thaemoladt weok-
the ones that everybody thought -4) pr- .-'~i, 11;. rict'S awere $1.25 to $3.50 per
--yarl. We arr going to let 1 :4 ,- -' ~I'll Is WEEK t follows:-...--

p f e l m L1 I' S O N ., 1 ., a. i a. .
Ihi wii tn~ '41 4'IA ~t.~\t i. 1d!~ A '~.'*ItI. anti ItIs .j2W thu.
Sit it & 1k~. A?

isMmo %bW km sM 1kha Few ken Pts rawng Usw amUigugmg

-6u W~* ~MiaiiSi~SihFii" Chffm forhug
We vrW 5kmYard

Si da low nliAmieiits 6 this -k it~ tur l'rnitor-io.1. t,, Laoveivr ets. We
we inwd onl th-olictatoWb,'Satop .to monl~~ftia;jVTi. 4.11111.It 6 eindeed mai.
fViIW tO 11tw o bear 00 IX-11 PrA140 4941 Ct("'Isi fa'ra 44 t- -~r tock of Iac wI "Ax E n).
tritiiries-the~et- am our holit. s.anyway. We .~,.* .Inlor g) of iIj.
anqI we w e muuad go 9"i L IN 0. #A %M eemmw I MLi
-.-- m-te ejfli~ntn llb~~amrang.'d fa ir V4mircmenem

"hLUkbt MRS. Re WILSON9Muu...&W

at" bq &AIW" r-faw at" .4"LowI ,A. b s Lf o o" usiam

United States Dpositry
Capital Stehk Paid In, $100.000 SburplusM "d FIrko, OOO
We shall be pleased to have your businew, and solicit yoar patvage with i
smiurance of giving you prompt and astlefactory .srvise.

Bakin Nwder

banm Roya Cal np.Crem .1Tartar

With m-ia trafts and md Wu
Wafto a" aw SSt&Y are OnbNuI60
dsua md greatly wperWo to the ready-
nWdrys hudii-tim-dwhp variety.

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Ja. M. Graham, Pi". G. W. Hyde, Vice-Pr. I. BOW Sd Vice-Pre.
H. E. Taylor, Cashier. Lee Graham, Ais't ir.
Diretou-Jan. M. Graham,0. W. Hy E. Bard, if. W
HaBmpbop, P M. Colbo, H. C. Parker, F. J. Hamm H L. Dickson,
C. D. Wood, H. K Taylor.

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-Transact a General Baking Business-
The'accounts of firms and individuals revived upon the
most favorable terms. Isterum pai b *dI- L
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