The Gainesville sun


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The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
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H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Creation Date:
July 2, 1906
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )


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Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).

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University of Florida
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Amendment by Senator Balley-Dem.
oefete J4.a With Republicans In Ad.
Sveooy of Most of the Feture do
This ill, It is Said.
hllanl stc D. C., Jan. U.- Ator
two seeuomi of the eanate ooamilttU
fs sUaci e members of the oSe-
aMIM wew in possession of lr deas
e what r*ape fe Aldrickh iusate
V3B wil be la when it is report
a t wee. There wll be no mee
etdia s of the committee util Mle.
4y, when the various amendments
Wllt have beea gradually evelve
Sft a the general disossioe of the
S i dul ta this week. will be Ieeo
pertd In the measure.
It o stated to be practically ctaa
&At tkh Dait of entra ourreaoy whs
Se bill provides for will be ratee
brn $3250,00,.000 to $500,000,00.
Ast of the members of thes Om*
Mitte believe that this fiur Is ast
fte,klgh for a time of mergeIsy
wI n a heavy Issue of currency sots
bs demanded on security of th p0
ecribed sort, and under the desrtbd
tax. Ibe tax on the emeorgeasoy
see will not, it is believed, be P
hiber than 6 per cO t, which tbh bill
sew pre 7Mt.
As aimement offered by Se8ator
Sile reducing the required pops9
Ms of a ounty or tunlolpality whoem
elsh are to figure an curremy I
a- from M,000 to 10,000. is epct-
e6 to reeve the support of a .i -ort*
eo & oo mlittee mad ccoringl to
lMe report will be adopted. Thi
*aI permlt malle towns of jut as
et a a* and of comimeasurte
apepty wi th the laig towa to
gatletii Ia the beu ta of rthe me-
A democrute mmbera of the aes-
l-um asMert that tkhe ialrty So
eI to mt In fair of a bil pvM dI
a earrTMy based a ** sm tty f
emes-et kolds. but belog ableM to
gMnW a favorable report on MecA a
m--eare. ter aro making It their duty
str as It lies In their power to make
ft as *Reltive a nmeure of that ma
l as p ~s~ibl. and they are, her
4 1, fo1alag with republicans a ad*
tp ot mop of the features of the
f,~ 'k bill.
Sepleraie Family Tragedy Occurw a
Davifton, N. C.
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Savannah Market Shew Full eeolpU ItU El BT1TO M Watc hman In Nw York
With Little DoanI. _. Purbably Fatally 1 --
SavannaB, O., Jan. I -The market New Trk. Jhe. 11--* 0in t-
was quiet ad Irreguar ad rather i tN E e r Dalt tempted e TIa day to rt Hu mic Toph t t b
eaer for aU grds except fancy, t hero in the AssefIes Mfuto of
which I very r carc ad held Arm. d m S reI Cs' natural History where th hod 0 0.
There was more or less business in Kuma orga eoll tes of pno, ---
practially a grades ecept u. STORY OF THEIR' SFFERING K* a 'tob., wk prebAbli NOTED CHURCH ENDANGERED
choice Floridas. Quotations are light-S .al.y ir be. ,w r ly riv
ly eauser except for fancy Florids. ured
Receipts were rather full, evidenC- Caught In PFlrce nw *term, V Ate. F K a akla Firet Ws Most boe ttelrP On-esa
.In free marketing of the crop, and ,i Was Wrecked and Crew Thrown his round. and opened a door leadlag 1 ng Work of Th-e Who eught the
shipments were mostly to Great Brit- k Cot, Where The tmthe na cordor Lato the stutMt lame- oend Time MaenIo Te.
aim. According to the estimate of the htP mo Cot whTlh toh imdoubles Iron la-' ,H een p a e
crop based upon the ginning returns, Faced Wintry Storm fr Hours. doors led l t e Has S n Pre"" y of lawee.
there remains in the country only St John*, N. D., Jan. IS -The he ogebd this outer door, he was sud' altimore, Mid., Jan. It.-The Mo
about 25,000 bales more. partlUiars of t e remarkab;t cape dlenly stretch on the head, presumably ,oilo Temple, on North Charle
The following prices are based on from death, a d the story of the prLt with a htamer. ad haf Stunled. lie street, betleenu lallntoa and edal
factor' quotations and are revised tons endured by the crew of the qultoly grappled with his e assla, g o street, wasu utted by One early
weekly on Fridamy: Briish tenor Tulloby, 'which was bt the latter drew a pisetl and fin, Frlday. All of the structure above
Fancy Florida .......... 2 t 29 wrecked ten mlies west of Cape lace a bullet whicb pass thrg he cond story is a hollow ehell.
Fancy eortas ......... 18 on Monday were learned frtuom emen Then striking Kenay a blow Ior a time old 8t Paul's Protaesata
*Kxtra choice Floridau... 23 t24 who arrived here Frlday. n the tfae that knocked him down. lplopal chureb, adjoiulng, was
Extra choice Georgial.... 21 024 *e Tolloeby was bo sAl from Gal- the burglar apd ed. th..ed.
Choice OGa's.andFa's..... 18 19 veTton Tex., for Havre, France, As soon as Keany recovered s*u. The building, which Is owned by
IEx. ine Ga'. and Fla's.... 16 @17 with cotton. D ring a snowetor m elatly he summoned the polloe, the Grau4 lodge of Masoa, is t.
Fine Oa's. and Fla'......15 Moaday the omcers los( their bearlaas .. shared for 000,000 and the contet
Common Ga's. and Fla's... 13 614 and the ihip struok on a subtierled MAY INORCE "LUR LAWS." for $6,000. The feit boor of the
*Nominal.. Ild at the foot of a steep cliff. s-trpoture wIa occupied by several
A crew of twenty-four men stay Tight Lid Likely Te *o Clapped on stores, all of which were damagI by
Charleston, 8. C., Jan. 18.--8ea Is- on the vessel four hours. JuLt before! Chattaneega, Tenn. I water.
land ooUto: Receipts, 687 bags; ex- darkness fell, the storm sudJenly ln. Chattanooa. Teon., Jan. 11.--i'lh The upper floors wre devoted to
ports, 443 bags; sales. 700 bas; stock, creased to a heavy gle. Immemse city Io destined to e .co under tie kxloe niom, aU of which were elab
3,179 bags; market steady. Fine, wave swept the decks and the ,pound-. "blue laws" City Attorney Chat oratwly sad sumptuously turp.h:ed.
85%c: off color. 32c; No. 1 tinged, 1nof the s as finally broke the bark le1o has has ud dows as opine on n There were also In the bulilaMijAay
38 cent.. of the steamer. Three boats were the matter of the moving picture One oil painting.
OSITUARY. put over taie side, but all werl shows operatll on g uday, wbich) The io*s o bulidlaS and Maeoale
Mashed to pleen. may result a etoenlog vey drul equipment was played at M60,000.
Tbe subject of this sketch. Mrs. The crew thenu ottrctd rafts store, sod oatat efaigor san.I As the buildIn buried as frely as
Katle Britt, wa born in Marion fio ifurlture and lam e on a nar. sew--ad, sh*- polishlag parlor and though there was aet a qp oat
Sount. a.. Sept. 6. 168, and d w eadh at the foot e a hglh al Oevery other cocerm of like ohartoter being ued, the mae we aset a a
ae t i.. ien er l.andt e sp l reaching or i S tIo the city on te day ot the taU.lar. ThUe a1e lee O I ae 6alt
parted thi. Ie In a her pleasant count, o dirtk. wek. I tohe heit of alerla bi dr d feet,
try home In the same county Aug. 17, The as w e little tter lof l Aeordtin to T. I. Wlleom, hlabir. auulaautag te aorroadiag M
1907. She wa the daughter of Mr. hen board tr vessel Ir tel m "of the board to pubte safety, it bored as brightly ea da, while
James C and Mrs. Mary J. Zetrouer. tie roes ad bretened to .e them oly ebatlm tor Isoe eae to i0 the bet IlBa for eve t 4geM
She was happily married to Mr. mi teir pei. eomplalat aad the poltee will tangor aro ad we i0hted by rImItlU.
T. A. Britt about mevs years agno, O 49 a Iaman, with a rope r 0 r 'Iha 1 da Io of 1a IO e i nt de the te
whblh nalo was blessed with three about hl walt, sec~eed tIo oUnalg The wll be mb asouaie t plaMi e dartg eo a a4d ofe a w
sweet litte children, two boys and oehee. aI d. He as able to baIl up 0p at ah-(. OWh despite p t Ms be a
sgrl. three **me t the rew. elud of Ie p a Lg k I
SiIter IBrtt gave her heart ad lit The Irelag tide cut of all it seeo MUMID AMND O S 0. I adows, rawI d wf a It m to 0
to Ood and united with the M. B. oI te other see reacldg the ropeI n- lae am the Uo Sma r ao reto
ChurcO, gooth, at Shlob In 1a. a A O te0t 1 ea wee MSeed to No Clew tI the Ol ayer to Dyer Ce4 a 1 ther r aa1 at I W t.
under the ualstry of Rev W. seH. ad a elg-l hillock o alf for ty, Teas Farmer, The lately e. -ou aed
*1teineyer, and was received thto the i-10te1B berte. Most a them ause. W01U16, T .b, hae. 1.-- p pqu s e (amltAts I*f tiaa to bM t
ehTI h at Wacahoota by Rev. T. N1 fm0 ft~i Mt s. Davis. apr, mist far wasb e od Uwd r`t 1I pIF dJr10
Phllllps the same yerr. Sister BrMft dead4 Isa I M ear Y Mwe "i it the s e I ale a n a
was not a very demonstrative hri. YVI ON U. S. SENATORAMIP. to DI W 1eaty, 1?Ha1i11 ThIW a. nstre I uC al M eS l Mat 0er
tie. bet sh e aletly e a aeeakly asv.r --- O T dy h buf rwtat a d bof& 1.b .y y SIgt t IM S f
ed God in br bhe as a true adit L t d ever Smaith wll An. tlO I e o the s f of e ul baek 1atlh the water tower wa piL0ed
oble wife and LtoviA mother ely. *. was ev-,d O as I grre1 wit aM n ," M .in. The Uwy weMr o ed
Thm.s who aew hr best bar t o lti AtUlasta, J -ai. .---U mea tobe a v. D boavis wh m g ms lat
mamy that she was a genuine C r a6eSewF 600 t i--nes be d fral "it sam whe he le wft hmie T6h e be, l 1e Isfw tory
1at he a pi that0 Goeow r Smith b jto O ad 5 with im. Wh Oeadw M0" wOO a width of aabot 1 blet
s fther mh bbn s toe asoese his a dIdey o thse as the moey w as iag, a d It is aP. e OMbl Strat, sad a et m of
Bsid e bh&"t m w r tthreewe r eU. peed be wa Wiled Wor te prpeO hNe Wt S ftat to as alle Is the rear
children. she kaves two bother, two eofm r. d oIdIa ft ik T asI w
siaters, ad meay other retives Te atevor' pKMp meat a e atew as *- cleared asi to fl was aM sre an Aipped by the
friends to mourn their loss; bet they dea r afe see tersp l. to ( e perpetrator of the raim. I s. but the ler wMal. Wg to
do not mwna s those who bave l s eme aeasr ng topla am 4 w o ____ their kthebase, stoa prad lly lbt
hope, beose oer fully I pect Io aI gop center tolt.
meet her In Our Fatherb house Al s r ever day there lIs me .,... T ae is tie that
above .ggat of to0 twite g stIate i I .- of 1. m INoale te le bes a prey to
tier loved one feel that easr t a to SM ftria, so the roort 1oI ago- m bato.e1 b1 om0 d elstroypd
Is very great but i to r eIsera=ol feeted with --seme ma n' me 111 -911r 11111n1FlmON CitedO--. La. M, Al t.aMt GMMl
lier precio s body we teedly ltIM avemil. | ,I 1 ,I Mr U IO O rw, Was a o l rdgeI y s o d
Ito rest to --W a-sta- e meter m M W beie ee to s S tV. to be -t81101 ,r (S Mte1'* sah seo MAP
the sobe of heartbroehs ed ie"f t.8141110 a imNs i Ii".W d 0 d +--- g aftdI NI S- Mapres M aa
Aug 11. 1T? The write r aeed o w pSe S mpW ohm raw h f mw grelue"em aS a- t Ils d g .
T. L 5. ILA SAAI. sseuI beA O ew'1 to fwd 10 O fl1WS1 W.M4T L wSOT'W3.
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her of so1er esw a a- Sw w se' OS set Te, Deessle see **. @.Us W* ** *e sI*
pmrs at sad pssy h a r m b d. S agea, ah a, t b edbrS 1s the r* sIl .1
abe ate esi nia seslnys r r to Iaa 4msea emglumes, Mw s- aepssme Se M
tests em UsieM e a al edued a 'erdli hr b o g lo ?r b Steessage II .s ** w ets 5 0 U S
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Florida Federation o f Lab Will
Convene Here Tuesday.


W. H. Campb( l, One of the Leaders
of the Fedemtlon, Saye the South
Florida Boys Are Coming In Speolal

Car-Anticipate BIg TlmS.
From saturday's Daily aSn:
Among the prominent labor leaders
of the State Federation is W. H.
Campbell, foruersy of this city, but
now reulding nl Tampa.
Mr. Campbell arrived In the city
Friday, and mace' The Sun an agree
able call. He Is a delegate to Ihe
convention which will be held in this'
city, beginning next., Tuesday, and
came In advance of the meeting of the
association to assist .tbe local com.
mittee in arrangnlug a program.
''he Tampa boys are anticipating
with a great dal-'of pleasure this
meeting," said Mr. Campbell, In refer-
ring to the matter./ "They have ar-
ranged to come In style, having
chartered a special car. They are all
enthusiastic when It comes to any-
thing connected with labor and union.
ism, and you may feel sure that you
wlH.see a fine bodrof men as a whole
Wben they show up n'the convention
hall. They are all delighted, too, at
Ihe opportunity to visit your beaut-
ful dity, of which they have heard so
No definite meeting-place has yet
been secured, but an effort will be
made to get the oilra house, in
which the committee believes it will
be dioeasful.


Preldent of the Florida Mid-Winter
expeeltion In the City.
From iurday Daily Sn:
Hon. H. W. Buckley of Jacksonville,
president of the Florida Mid-Winter
Bxposltion, which will be held iIn
Jacksonville beginning the laaileri p.'i
of the present uoith. alIllved in ithe
city Friday evening, and Iroceedled
Immediately with Manager N. A. Cal-
llson to spring Park Farm, where.
with George Taylor and seo. F. Wes.
ton, he was a guset of the farm Fri
day nlght.
Mr. Bickley expects to return to
this city today, and will leave on the
afternoon train for home. He came
to consult with Messrs. Calliton and
Taylor regarding exposition matters.
Mr. Buckley is jubilant over the
prospects of the exposition. which he
declares is goins to be the finest thhig
of tiD kind ever atiteipted In the
State, People from every action of
the State. he say,. are manIfretlin an
tlterest In the exposition.

hamberlamh' Ceouh Remedy a Safe
Medlolne fer Children.
In buying a cough medicine or chill
dren, never be afraid to buy Chaaber.
lain's Cough Itenmdy. There is no
daer from It. and relief is always
sure to follow. It Is intended spl-
ctally for coughs. olds, croup and
whooping cough, and there la no better
medicine in the world for thee disl
ease. It is not only a certain cure for
croup. but. when given as soon as the
crnmp cough appears, will prevent the
attack. Whooping cough is not danger
out when this remedy sa given as di
reacted. It contains no opium or other
harmful drut,. and may be give as
ctonfdently to a baby as to an adult.
For sale by all drugnists

A Pine Turtlp..
One of the Aeeet and largest turnips
ever grown tn this section has been
produced by J. T Wooda. rast Uialae.
vtl. which l s on esxhbition at the
Evas Sped Stor. This turnip is of
the Parertaa White lobe variety
The root i twwty-three tnches ito r-
ctomirreae. whilee the itp spreads
salty4vt Inches tI diameter. The
eave are haaedom and green and
very tader. The plat has bwee ad
ire rd by many platser

For that


There is one thing that will
cure it-Ayer's Hair Vigor.
It is a regular scalp-medicinc.
It quickly destroys the germs
which cause this disease.
The unhealthy scalp becomes
heakhy. The dandruff disap-
pears, had to disappear. A
healthy scalp means great deal
to you-healthy hair, no dan-
druff,no pimples,no eruptions.
Th.beebt lda of a tmouls -
"*ol4 for ve saty years."

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PartyArrived Tue ay and Went Im.
mediately to tle Palmer Camp.
From Thursday' Daily Bun:
, bhe annual hntlng party from Un-
lontown, Pa., comprisin the veteran
Commodore R. W. Beal, W. R. Gray,
Adelbert Rush, Dr. J. A. Batton, lnae
Batton, Walter Titlow, D. N. Higgin-
botham and 0. H. Garley, arrived on
the moo train Tuesday, U Jolly as
ever, and were mt by their old friend,
Dr. Hers. at the station.
The party loot no time In getting
their luggage on to a big two-horse
wagon, when it was carried away to
the oatp near Palmer, where each
year the party spends a pleasant
month or six weeks fishing and hunt-
If there a a Jolly crowd ever as-
sembled ais is one as a whole. All
good fellows, posesed of the beet
dispositions in the world, jovial and
clever, It Is no wonder that they enjoy
life together and it is no wonder
that their fnde enjoy visits to them
in camp.,
Several ladies accompanied the
gentlemen. and will spend their time
here, making a visit to the camp oo
seasonally. They are Mrs. J. A. Bat-
ton and daughter. Mrs. Sarah 1atton.
Mrs. R. W. Higglnbotham, Mrs. Those.
Wiliams. The ladle are pleasantly
located at The White House while

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Chamberiain's Cough Remedy Benefite
a City Counollman at Klngton,
Mr. W. O'Rellly Fogarty. who os a
member of the city council at Kingl
ton, Jamal West Indie, writes as
follows: "One bottle of Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy had good effect
on a cough that was giving,me trou-
ble and I think I should have been
more quickly relieved It I had con-
tinued the remedy. That It was bene-
iclal and quick ln relieving e there
Is no doubt and It is my inteanton to
obtain another bottle." For sale by
all drugglitt.


KnglMe of Waldo Had a Sig 'tlM on
Wednesday Evenlng.
rom Friday's lially Bun:
The disltrirt metlng of the Knllhts
of Pythiaa. which was hld at \aldo
Wednesday evenuial. wia well attiend-
ed. and those who were pre',ntl ex
pressed themselves as twinl well
plasned with the wmetiul and all that
The meeting was presided over by
O P. Morris. IM)trkct Deputy Orand
Chancellor. a ho pralded 'h hit
usual ooid irac, There' was no
work. but lanv Ililt lt of interest to
the order arrn- dticussed alerr which
those ir~ewn were rInvited to vulpl*r
whkh was tra tl en),(,ed
This meeltin pr)ve r a most eniiiv
able orne Mr r orrit semed f ill ,of
life and e-nrriy. aid all the delratle
wVr'awl to tw *1th him

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Is a stage, and Iallard'n Snow
Unlment plays a most prominent Iart.
It has no superior for heumatism. stiff
joints. cuts. sprains, and all pains.
Buy It. try It and you will always'
use It Anybody who has uMsd It.a
lard' Snow Liniment is a living Iroof
of what it do**. Puy a bottle. 2c.
lc an.d ItIo. Sold by W M John-

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HIe Thoughts Revert to Occurrence
While In Galneeville.
Though engaged in the newspaper
business at Wlitehorse, In the far-off
Ykloe, where the thermometer goes
to 200 degrees below sero, i. J. White,
who was for several years engaged in
the newspaper bdllness with the pres-
ent editor of The Sun in this city, evi-
dently has vivid recollections of events
that transpired here a quarteZof a
entry ago. White always was some-
what of a hu orist, and hif latest
ader the head of "The Stroller" will
be read with interest by his old Gaines-
vine friends. The "Zion" he re-
fes% to was the faithful negro press-
ma= who, In additon to furnishing the
"motor" power Lbr running the Camp-
bell cylinder press, also delivered the
paper to the entire list of subscribers
In the city, whereas It now requires
te services of four carriers. Here is
what White says:
Me an' Satan done been pahtnahs
For twenty-five long yeahs,
Now we'se trablin diffunt highways
Tr dis vale ob teahe--s-s-s.'
"It was February In Florida. The air
was laden with the perfume of orange
blossoms; magnolias and yellow Jsesa-
mine were In bloom, as was also camp-
meeting on Hostown creek. It had
started the first week in January and
by the middle of the following month
upward of 1.000 sons and daughters of
Ham had 'sperlenced 'ligeon' and
testedd" Innumerable petty thefts.
mostly of chickens and hogs-not
rasor-backs, as they can outrun nig-
"Zion, the Stroller's man of allwork,
had served a ten-days' sentence In ail,
beginning the day after Christmas, for
not being able to explain where he got
his Christmas turkey, but by the mid-
dle of February be was the loudest
singer and most tumultuous shouter
at the campmeetlng. He was on his
46th lap.
"'Tru dis vale ob teahs-s-u-s-'
when the Stroller told him to chuck it
and pull Old Somnam, the office alli-
gator, out from under the press and
get ready for publication.
"'Yo'r sordid and co's business lan-
guage sounded vehy rude ter me, sab,
as I am wholly sanctified, an' a printing'
ofcee alQ't no place to' de Lawd's
'nolnted. no how. Pay me de fohty-
five cents what Is coming' an' git nus-
ser man.'
"As Zion sauntered down stairs
there was wafted back to the offce-
"'Me an' Satan done been pahtnahs.'
"The above happened or Baturday,
and Monday morning when the Strol-
ler approached his office he was greet.
ed with the following light and airy
coon melody:
"'If Ah evah kotch yo' foolln roun' my
Ah'll tole yo' what Ah'll do,
Ah'll play around' yo' haht wid my ras.
An' cahve around' yo' sizzard tooo.'
"'ie'llo. who re-employed you?'
asked the Stroller.
'lIonl, hired mahself.' replied Zion.
'You el,. hit am dis way:
'Ah ain't o much ranctified as Ah
se mrd Sat'day. Dat night Ah stole a
rhickn an' lisah littled dat w,. hab
de Ipa|hin,t wid us to' dinnah yitliday
an' all Ah rot outirn dat chick',n iwas
one -- -. Ilttle wing No
mo' canilpnieetli o' to .'
"'An nl'w Ah a would Ilk" Ii( ct, i-i
brat, inaRh return to yn rmniloy by hit-
ten up d!e mootnlhinn' "

All the Weorld

For totEi and children,

The Kind You Have

Always Bought

INhplhinattMr )trat
rjNAi[ OTIC.

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dion. Soill Skh.~nS
twsm idLossF Sia31
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For Over

Thirty Years

Is sir ee uemw. mmvewoweS .

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Iline of (oods, Consisting of......


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a il west Prices.......... ...




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The Jey

Of llits is to have good health
Special Asaetnee met ReWarlng ths t'I'l Ilerla and y wlUl have besb-
Neatle*i Fel* Peed MW iWoe Law. A dof Ie* !To. need mot be Mb
fhrettal a"bave tMat bad Uase In
We are plead to a ~ hb thalft f .d ha thA bld Soi
Wy Ie a les toau ar aset Try Va botle of He
Folet's arney and Tar livr goa $t
od -- o b ......t.w. .a .I a lpswitivee v for all Uir e numpite
by the Natemal Pure FTeed and tbg* u Asti. ea. wt:
a m e as it ilssso s t iow nw m etd HwbR a w ever a yea,
He a *-e11 -o e- .-- -. --Lw IheBrii Voi
llrdi i i d iid ereml I. I
Sa sa M ao
=IN s 1 W. annuah...aE

Why uretem abmowmetie.,?
'lem y,. uknew that rhebsiatic pinw
can berWieved' If %am dotM ths
Jost try aes asqbtki mo Chmnbe-
bia's Puts Eah. It iI Uke A ret
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C. W. (I IA s ,
Imt Vive*-l~n-*.
2nd 'iet--Pr-e's.
S ec'y and ('"u'iier


a ,

I f

Ow Ari tker Farmers' Insti.
Ub Il Thi City in February.


a S ee Voternarlan
- lyteehlbe Institute

of Alabama
for Nearly

Tweaty Years Also Superintendent
Wf Farmers Inetitutee in Alabama.
fr. C. A. Cary has been veterina.
Ma t the Alabama Polytechnic Inatt-
-e for nearly twenty years. In addl-
VI Ios his work as veterinarian, he
as been superintendent of Farmers'
tituts. This work In Alabama had
t beginning in very small propor-
isa, but now It ha grown so large
Ia to take nearly all of Dr. Cary's
t4e, together with institute speakers
To other parts of the Southern
tate. Even the State of Florida ha
be called on from time to time
4o contribute speaker for their in-
Uttute work.
At the Farmers' Institute, which
will be held at Galnesvlle on Febru-
ay l and 7, Dr. Cary will deliver
e otares on the good and bad points in
tt cattle. To illustrate his lectures
be will use on the first day live cat-
.t of the Hereford breed, which will
h ftrnished by Mr. N. A. CalAison.
Mld one of a native steer, to be ob-
taned from a local source. On the
second day Dr. Cary will deliver a
ledlure exhibiting these same cattle
after they have len slaughtered,
rlaowing how they Ihould be cut up,
*ad showing how the good cuts ln
tie Improved breed are proportional-
,l much larger than in the unimproved
Dr. Cary's lectures to farmers' lqstli
Iaee have gained for him an later-
ltate reputation, lie is a graduate
e. the largest and best agricultural
college in the United States.


New Side Altars of Handsome eesign
Are Being Installed.
St. Patrick's Catholic church, of
which Father P. J. Lynch is the faith-
fal and *eficent pastor, is determined
sot to be behind the other churebes
et the city, with the result that he ha
just received for the church two hamnd
ome life-sle designs in sculpture
eing the Virgin Mary and chldM, ad
t Joseph, which will be instaled on
either side of the altar.
Thee valuable pieces, which are
ery handamne, came from Germany.
ad are a pretty and perfect pleoes
4C workmanship as were ever mee In
Ib country. Thblr premince will add
eatly to the interior of the church.
in which Father Lynch and bin congre-
ation take great pride.


. hunter A Oliver Purchased Graham
Farm, West of Gainevilll.
One of the most Important transfers
'.f ara property made in this sectmo
Sor some time was the Ilur(has. from
ito Frt National Ilank. as ag'nt. of
e amous Graham farm. I wated
.%Jbt two miles wctt of the city
j s farm comprises 45.', acres of a
tile lad aa can be found in the
fate. The entire tract is und"e fr-nce
bue oly about 160 acre rlIreM
Hater & Oiver, who are or 4.-date
M' p., will start a hug ranch in ad
dMas to ralaing feed for their liver)
a They have alruadr purchased
a t dorta h erd of blark lerkshirpes.
'ld S" spt to make a gud thing from
iAb ltidutry slak

8ores of Florida Citisans HaVe
Learned It.
It you suffer from backache. there I
only one way to cure It.
The perfect way is to cure the kid-
A bad back mea sick kidneys.
Nelect it, urinary trouble follow.
Doan' Kidney Pills are made for
kidneys only.
B. Lemoas, b ar maker. Uvtg
at 1311 Ashlet street, Tampa, a
ays: "I used Doan's Kdney Pills
and they cured me of baikch and
disorder of the kidney Two or three
Ues oan aocont of the pBa lN my
back I wa unable to work or several
day. The scareton of the kidney
were tn a very bad oondtto, dark
In color, and f allowed to stead
would become of tMhe oeMlst-- of
jely. I tried various reinedles, a
what seized like of mdicdtne
and I also put a p but nthlpt
elp e at all unttl I t Daa'e
I y U PlU uponti the advee of a
ed of ae r ad sing them
aording to direatios they cured s
Ia a Try short tL ',
Por sale by all deal. Pri 50
cents. Poster-Mtbuara Oo Buffalo,
New York. sole ants for the United
Rt1ember t9. name-Dam'e--and
take so oth.


Rev. T. L. Barr and Family Given
Pleaseat Surprise.
editor BSn: On Tuesday night Jan-
uary 7th, the kind people of Melrose
turned out It a large number and sur-
prisd their new pastor by giving him
a very heavy pounding.
Men, women and children came un.
Ul our large paronage wa almost
crowded, eac one bringing some val-
uable package for the pastor's family.
They tried to bring everything that a
family would possibly need for the
dining-room and kitchen. and a young
lady even brought a package of money.
A few momats were spet nl pleaant
conversation, some harmless game
were played, a hymn was sung. and
prayer was offered that God would
make this year a very suoestsful one.
The people the returned to their
bomes, leaving the pastor sad his
family to enjoy the good thing left
The pastor's hbert i filed with love
for those who have so kindly redlved
him, ad his earnet prayer s that
Ood may make him a great spIrtual
blessing to the eire charge.
Fraternally, T. L Z. BARR.
Plator i Carge.
Melroe. Fla., Jan. 16, M1~.


Only Agrvatel s semash Trouble and
Never Cres.
The trouble with mo people who
have stomach trouble is that they d
not like to take e te to get cared;
they overeat ad the take physe

whkh simply upsets the stomach and
never oures.
While relief follows one r two
doeo of Mkoea toah tablets.
chrome .ad long-standrtl dase ased
at least two or three wee' Uti
meat before the sok h eas he. dia
spls,. bltoating heartbra.m rOOlUpa.
tion. aervoneess a- other symp
toms that dirmetly rn t from INd.
est oo are bealSbed never to ret
M14sa is entirely dte t mran
the ordinary stomach re~ aed It Is
taken bere meals. stimulaag the
seretioe d igestive luees and
stregtheatg the Isem soo that It
can do Its proper wert
With every S4st bot of MUS-O J.
W McCoaum & Co. give their guara
tee to refund the m mseir ames t
remBedy curse

t*atlo hasb been received 1
o ty a o the d4'1h of Jof eph God Msrshs Amew resAved I"rmlo
h.mofU Mr asli dmra T K ckidbo fmrm Labe Cfty-4e Wed MW..
w~jb aomrurewd M his 'rr.'m aturda's 1"Y tsu:
,-d Wanldo FTA, 1 rr. ~ I .19%Ando 0Wltb rat 11
easa I Pr o%.(IErt t3r(i t** Offi. Atlak City Marl A er u
ymi f age. and bad t-wtf'g r t'a. r an.tod It., J ii tauhowo.
emft C3mllpnm 1'w #4. or .4 p moeelw. v ba e Ofismi b
Ibbode ilb truo wo arri n orb In! *%thori firrm
vm Wioft their 0.
hIatibwcu was korslted Uti Ctrom

I:h *"dr~ ~arw* nd"*r at s iet: 1s.


Jo e. -- =


".4 the udials at lab. ( C'1',mtged

The Pd"o pe

am Or aI pefte
vw so of Isinat

County Rfeplboeane *It and Named
Delgtee to Coavmtion.
In compliance with the all. the Re-
publicans of Alachua county met in
convention at Johnaon's Hall on
Thursday. 'at which taie delhte'.t.
were elected to both the Stine and
Congressional conventles, which will
be held In St Augustae.
The meetMin was proved o'\cr by
Postmaster L. C. Lypeh, chairman of
the County Executive COmmitt,1, and
ItenJ. Rush acted as secretary. It
was a most harmonious gathtrlng,
nothing transpiring to mar the pro-
When the name of Presedent Ittooe-
velt was called, this wa a Aignnl
for an outburst of ethusiasm. Na-
alonal Oommitteeman J. N. C(ioIbs,.
Chairman Henry 8. Chubb, of the
State Ce trial Committee, and Joe
Lee,. cretry of the State Conumittee,
alo came In for their share of coin
medatlon. and reeolutloas endorsllii
the administration of everything from
Rooevelt down were passed. aterr
which the convention aldourned


Annual Meeting for Eleetlen of Officers
Largely Attended.
The annual meeting of J. I. inle'y
Chapter, U. D. C.. was held Thuirsday
tor the election of oloers and re,'ding
report of past year. The attendallmni
was large, and Mrs. 0. K. Bllrooi de-
lighted aU with dellaous r'fresh.
meats, served by Miss ale Walker
and liss Maruerite Stritangllow.
it was with regret that the chapter
accepted the resilnatloo of the see-
end vloe-prealdent a T. W. Shalnd.,
who, owing to sickness, declined re-
The following offer were unani-
mouly elected: Mrs. John M Tay-
lor. preiadet; Mrs. J. L. Kelley. first
voe-preaident; Mrs. J. W. Patton, sec-
end vice-preodent; Mm M. Strlng-
llow. recording secretary; Mrs. 0. K.
Droome, porrepoaing secretary;
Mrs J. L Medlin, treasrer, and Mrs.
J. U. Rive regitrar.


Oftersl leeted heo the nseing
Year on Thuredmy.
Kirby Bith Chapter. U. D C.. held
a large and eathslaaho meeting at
the rodidese of aMr. J. M. Graha
ma Thursday afteraoo It belg the
regular ual meetIng t r e-le a of
ora, wohI Iresautd as ll.:

rrt l.Prelheia t. Mrs. A. W. Ta
Ir; o.esfA lstesisent.U Mrs.
SOUvter; NO-e e ie ow e ry, Mrs.
IVrea Ible; Oonwpoarlr saw*
ta", Mras I Merehat Trea rler.
Mrs. H. H. McOle,; RIrbr,. Mrs.
J. IL BMeroa; Mstorta, M. L. W.
Jackaob; Aesitant Historian. Mi
Ireos MoCreary.
Kirby Smith Chapter eater p
the new year dotermild to eatle
the iharltabl, educational at hitorl-
eal ork with the aamie vi that
has eharsetertsed their eforts t the

Shoul be suwf Meer? I be
bI &W a"Fd reods".es det %pel
Men him~ and l me ma MSn
bo ofr reWsemu Bu a
apski homre m"hr en I d
mm ow ANs seaees. 3 I tbmio
Is IN "mien, bat soupq -1w4s1
S ohnS. p Powbaies$ I.r.. .

a oqw Tom^ VOL. Wml our
M"b as s me mmd sInl y mMm
I andan bomb ofs f Ww o m
VerNNI d bha few an baby wI"
bw~ bo wn ms WO S flt "b
W. W. 5bbwtL
or.sand Umis agety "wee.
Mr emd Mrs..seay. Jr, wbo
wom m arrid bo bWdso.
da, megis at f wwhihb ~dIn
Tho "us hew erited ino eitp uI4
vA maweIbsirt h e
wr asidw um Tease Val be P&aMxas
bonm oftee mbus &ad Uam Ideffnm.
Ike -w or e themehieih mwe .as

pos as dmw be am b"
Ow a d 6 hem WRW 0a


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Uu1 -sU lII ha w $140. trbd.m

'naIt aY~~ 3 S0 APP $100

Ballard Snowr Lniment Co.


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Portable Saw*

Mill Outfits

ENOINES ard BOILKi sid all
kinds of Machlnry and MUI Ip-
plies. We sarry a large seek ad n make labmediatel hipmo Write fSw
illustrate atalogue. We ea sav yes my. Address


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* r aieirltbair th- t Ias. rnm their MpMeismfeds or thtee or PhuOaths public sety -magog .A O the etd
ou r mo sus at .the mae s he i stM r,,at em 5rou. roto 60 ke crossed, and the
IMPORAlf tOl wsou ORIEm charges or thirty days, ad o toloter we ha ve always delay saompan the procuring
o* rAe should b a d for pbItibag. with wa. ;Wshkey mey empliasted materls for the 5 onnecting concrete
Owl to a qw t a e f the Post. the card N a dea y sat seelw toly the pbMs. Ir as otll stad. viaducts has prevented earlier coa
mter4eaeral p'bioeos of Dewsr th. e tor a wee*. The ua 0 ve P has pped d he pletika of the new section.
iWar ar-s et peraMid to a a 1 nw atletS d-s.aot at tba iI evir ready to arbitrate included In the 1 males fran Mi
ra pu G andnsdments will bea w utty arI lw wit the deadly sal a nearly six mil e of concrete
f eIt to ~r nar more r s I to the uber of Iea s oil ideer. vradWot and 80 miles of embankment
n oe year for to wee e or three e oftime same 1 to be I. "t po ding the lse. rsitang 1 feet above the water to pro
maths hor daies. It therefore b. rtd, o the fellow who thinks the vyi wo a pistol with. teat the track from storms The line
orbeeves qpborlben o attl their bao "eary ird atehes the worm a t i owk law i po tatil has ten bridges, two of them driw-
M at ao, as we aut nrvte or ndtad Or for al that he wIt mhtreU. tealy K& leave his hom4 bridges with tD-foot clear openings on
a cfanL o we I3it io V his "w rms. w w dr his 'heart. But It each side ofthe pier, sad one with a
3Ai el "av ei lpImyOf wn
a eilinah a a py o impai A Isi what ad the el pi ghte t prooatio ear ope g of 100 feet o each side.
l trlbenn who ar In arrban rth. e wjtsv Broter Stoval, and to si te bd bloodlhst n his The longest vadjp t from Long Key to
an the new law petits. We have the late the primary is aeslle the b*t veais ed, ak4s tr th momet Coach Key s 10.00 feet, built In the
Iew lo bcho ti this matte, bit are tor I4 will osu the people of al clasee. a 4 ac t eortto the most sabstartli way. Is places con
ampelled to comply With the now m ams death so e y at hand. crate work the railway has cost
ale la order to aend thi BU DRAW THE LINL. "Ws we w dr lt wsk an more than 0,000 per mile. The road
e o t aeitegligblo tt deadly, aces at of onorse. sgl track, with 70-
Arough the malls at powd rates. yVey sign ant was Secretary y*R we aM dO mly near makIng pound rails, and is an excellent piece
The n w rule of the Potooot D*e Tft's reply, says The Wall treet tae the enldem t of law in of constront n work. I P the ez
iartmnt Is made to rid the 4als a Jaral. to a qupetion n regard to OWis lsi e radin neessary 4,000 man
PLHMitlou a Isued principally for a& aenwnt ownebshf of the mieas "Whan we*lmpo draste penalties were employed lat winter.
is inpuro and while N m and railroads. The Seortarys reply a r11ists tr altn htal drgs T omle6ion pof the road Is expect
vertotag purpoom and whle t lo I ad t oi tly tele rte a h abit that ed to make a wonderful change I the
etamo" It w tl work a hardhip upoa "Thlk what would han If a ll I W MW whe p ouloe reap io development of Key West With rail.
Iltio ateh publishers the order wiU twhee vast powers whde .m e ot almost criminal road falitles this city should take a
ei the leon run prove of benefit to go with Government =wrhip iwh position a port entry on a par with
em by eliminating from the mails were put In the hands a few M t plar ttote ano a tict OIveston, Mobil and New Orlean.
ir mpeolrs who hav abused at e Wasilnta. La ew spd i to ay. He his a pluao Kew West will obviusly be the port
the powers ae suofently oeno Is o" of Cuban traf ,r botns but a little
s* poud rate privileges trhe mere now." m ore than four botur distant from
Postatder Lynch bf the Osai This comes from the a t of a L 9 T o PLO m A. HIar sa a4 will be the nearest rai
will o o li disposed to be as leitet be of PreLdent Roosevrre Ieahet. l el ttil for Haytt, lan Doinago
M possible with the pubttsher, but who is Preesdent Roosovelb cho.e is a to moe that Asi* and the Panam Caal. From the
oa list mst be revised at oneoo and the Rp eblku aqolaotia m d O do notli b Flori a te d e l opening of the canal a large amount of
Swo ustes ty Mwho s a firm support the ben. t reort t the world" a4 t profitable buss is expected to or
sales you settle your vipt lt policy of Federal regulation of Thomas Dwar, who is at the Hotel mate, while the winter tourist traflo
seotnt It will be our unpleasant duty the corporations P I a ane ouroc of considerable pan
to strike your name from our mall list. But is one thtig to advocate an "What Forid needs Is a corps of seger revenue. Prosperity and real
Remit by postoflce order, check ot frerae to the Federal power to WioLmtest publicity mn Is estate in Key West have advanced by
segltated letter, and DO IT NOW. regulate and anothem0 to Idt o bdlisah people ar gttins tird of igape snlace the oaming of the railroad
cate a s acreae i tho da)L power dg eW r but tO hwae ow tIs made certain. The city's harbor
.to own. .~ lured abor t he beau of lor expectedd to provide whIaage space
.ase th pri c of convict labor ha IUr It I4 dep eytUa v h 40 p with warvs
.I St is b ihly I rta teI that we u t g e t lng his ha t rrhas rve
"smped Ibout ten dollar per hould e t he l think y cod t th 00 ftt loi Thit harbor ha been
mont. Tl hirs wll m e l qulte d 11 whle clothing the ede over M' uP l let in for an acrae of 800 by
n to the treasury of Alachum with ample power over the merica would ock there a Pebruary 1,00 fet by pumping md from the
Ilt--.. tentate commerce so as to prevent and lartb. TYou houid have rst V., mad upon this newlyulade land
A Nwri r woan a left or h busthe abuse of IndIvidualism. we of a Ie of steamships to make wfl be bilt the trlaal. There will
nda i marl ~a v be aboud sternly oppos any Increase tr rl fWret La don to Fri ad be eted hee another Flaer
ead s ths h l ad e ln the Federl power that would r returning via the West Indie Tll. hotL
e o, as r alleges, sde der lu l I tha destructon of Itdivdual end your agents to gland and to oompletlo of the last setoln of 4
Tel o p lt. et nboard-weo der liberty. W want to relate coUpe- contiUet and let tem spad th mile to My West will be pushed but
I be pblUts, e. the s lotlypd a IN iito but not to anIbhilate It. ws wonders t P U broader t. Whn will not be accompUshed for may
ounesam t. oy wife havIng wnt to prevent pBrvte magopoly.T a a m M b thean oe be Iwill oaths.
left my td and board." and so forth? but to by' Prvae a %Io I leasb aeenbt It and e will
-.t. b. .. b. monopoly. lWe ao .aieard ao l p ao l Jad Chas. H. Laney of Pensacola
Partife writing Items for publas. okl We t roteGad -. o my w y toa lori now. is a cadat- for Congress from th
selsa Tahe fast i ht wgtu410 i &#mtillet ikin "s
tin 4s The Bs must g m their ko dividual amd corporate power. but we and after a fw W s of tarpon feb- third distrkt to succeed Congressman
twho hde IsIndebtedtofor honoribu- want also to safeguard ourselves a" I shal p ove to Jam a at d LMaar. Reerrnag to bIs candidacy
bo te is dbtd to orte ctribu throws upon the Govern. wo I t beck to a d I will be I he Pe ola Journal ays: "Judge
sm. U r an ashrtad of your S-! kla Beach i m choice
sm* or cotributiondoas W kind- respo014i001 whh we as t siew m". Palma Beach s m le I M 0s one of the most entertaining
same or sawtribution. do s the knd dvdl" sbould cary for ourlves. Of winter rnesrw today. I am "cL ofamd md forceful stump speaker lan
eea to Wer d ee r prodeotte to oesre o ... Mate Carts and the Nie is poises to -the district. In fact. Is doubtaf
othe ar. We do not t. Brya the recently ap. I am n sam thosa of peopl i tthmtoaIn In l the dtr-t who
pointed 'Vated Btatee Seator, writes i 00ope fee the me way. but they is a equal asa political orator, and
Many pihyaletn agrs thag It t Ian opea letter to Prank Harris. editor keep a olttg mthe Riera and other ertawIly bha so superiorLs. st
mre or Ioe* danserous to stop h*a*y tf The O ala Itaser. la which he plae they hamlar with. If you what he will do to hese other cand
drtatkig too abruptly. Anyhow. iwo ronst." the latter ftr the trltsm U a nce tr o tde toward Florida dates a w he gets lato the bgt er-
hibitka In loss than tbrw wks old in j a im on accuat of an lntervkew to It will bieme world fmos In a very' suaa to be M. but i be maks a
Oeorsia. aud alrel> a Uman Uti (iea which the oenatot was credited with shortt while"-New TYrk Telegram. ftTn canvas oe thU disrc k
vllle reports 'an allllatorehar erd cra sayle; 'I am uina to make the cm -= ~-maptga U l wat for
tur astriled a Ith many ctbior. that peo pl nof my tat, the bt *eator T e wen who is not a -baal. ora al rotewhat plenty of
ftll Itra th cdou. oo las.t Thur our 8tato ever ad Also. "* e uanteir' b" e too rch so eare. or Tnh far e ndidatssow
ay" day I ,ball be the oldest r1e"ater -tNo wtr earS what thibs act 1 M: n 9 of Apaachokes KoRsehamt
a^tr lisrran Udrv b.a m made r bo C a pa"ty of WaSm ad phs oO
The Seuth rltrida Nonrual latt auy suh remb arks to aanyoue. and fr ata estl as. saodwo fed w im
tot. I ade oty, thas revach,.d ant o- what we had known 'ft hin tin the It* J tlom*e aNd 'O M Wl w lr l I
romat t of UJ The ecbioot bard pnt we wore oth to credit b hisa" a e r, th. oe w aer aij
ha1 eoatrected -with r W. C1 o. it Wr.b wtht-a I a little'4 wa ac0 to j IZti!Tu 11 b *th)er bslg t .r
as prIteLas ior th pext Bee ,tr,, to hate Joae. l 'er"rweUy *. hate *water is war *-cme la I '
ad It wi l met uat PrFida. to open a lary lted Mr tkrya.n be(t PW)F. JI'LE P
Mat sad e am to the pret bulidtin. No shool 0 Iitr Hart H e was oreuiy EICKLB EROER IPr I 'k trWt brtang pea
la the Slatbto dotaig better work or j ader the clar" whee he d 1 a t 1 ^ ** o mt
mak-n mhr, rapm growth than he. the artuete. And a man creup. tag the Mi rnS 1- ml a9
sesou Fnart Nonrl lwmhuf Theeaitat postte+ ae does .thwid ao ------- pa e
earaeeeea oYf t. att.a wlm heea .a. eated eo r _e_ l t a rma l rU b> 9
e laidL with uaMale tbra. | matter as s-weper iatne Italita 'teLa a-h rih


4)n ~;

ok tredy maw~ eC'~ n

solve& DIAcsbraw 0h0JAM
I Jism Be* w10 oarre
= 0m1k. 6Some 'aoon htol
i*Amvw -vu bhie tb* heg)

eioog aldmslO l be, tl
tRW Wak wfot"binhplgbat I"
*5501 P t rl~i C c-i(
Th~li Sum wor~uldy is eI tab. 5~
back and -ts valuably,.oe me*

.5 kwu eadl e~smiswr s Inea l~

,ThTrbm Is ass~uretd ptb
Sunknw etywi fttwaw*
89o by* SM 00000"'4d XMr~e~

beg Th aylI: That eRtv sanmeope

MWr we Vh"a Itee be
Id" b" Is t V the saw,
dotehre th).sak the edit o1ru


fom5s --r ofs a j n. to a
s eau^hraise n tratg Pieamt provt".i worked dut by
t to P rt vll of e ry M. mthr wh the ew ral
i oned Wpoar-especi road froi MIam to Kltoht'1 Ky" r
i to. 'opened. This Ie t he looet pat
og to W this pra tie The At- of the, a lt~oos tension of the
Sqri a: Plo Bst Coat railway, by whiba
W ourine 'ad pith Judge the rad' terminus will be moVd
Wf the, Rme @ circuit, bas from Hnted. ia., toKey Wst,
sn of tie ptest ells ltn 128 miles further booth. On January
t~e t" S u6 s rely b 16 the MIaL Key Wet ad Havana
it* edoy the Rom* gRrand steamer wvie tws dlseor-tl-ated, and
,g,: Am agelft for Cuba arm aw carrld
'4 Patootoor is a tr greater to Kaiht's Key before embarkna.
ip t m-.heumaty thas thb Ths key Is within ftrtyrli 3M of
t ey West the ultimate goal of this
er pme pwte40ter0l4 u re150-Lrasd.
id 4~oa 3morltIfeterrin to tigs great work The
tr<0 8~ aa uelp* a StrBett w oprp says that cow*
8strctiorn wCm te* etrolS was o
% .: wbt b a 'ebton: on 1, 1906, ad the fi
Si d now ike a dog by quiett ~M@gerln problems met with
lMWec a a reaMul I each step of Its progress hve bee
IjIiiit /' I umoessfy solved. btrtehtlf its
is69Tl 1 the t tak t; it s idict way bfom key to key over Interrtal
tMIOj let -4plVy d w to them lanes of water varying In depth from
a ply a we omw how.' a few Inches to 0 fieet, s w lineo
;"II r b h with p rfo t o. whb completed will have bn bilk
AMA sAf dI ladt wor for 74 miles on land, 2 miles through
SIto pratue wbhek thU swamps ad IS miles over water. It
of thiP "tt ar P pmpM as bw b appropriately nicknamed the

-lalte b

HO. jI Wivte as hi
as the Sea.

i te t
**Ddiy good
e become

2hiown hoer,

wthama -|> be much ]egg
fo 9M J L toy Attorrhey.
mh apend co

w ure W& 1 .S t0 6eatort
raoe tat hi r" ll:, be asurpr e
to a oi nr the selha.

"torealw dfat adt bear ter
is ppe PoItcsM" shouer,

have 14 h| MM6 thoe note le
1ta to S*d00 0T AttorfBuunder
dtet of I 18fth It Is hardly
'htdrly > H /dol^n4 a mom &

when th toYYloi is used to hiI
eves aso auk 4S m l tty ofne or
rhadw tt M haM so practice wS a
you pleoh* old NBrWc-r young fel.
low-w h ohi r i the "be.

The r dilU Ip 1 niD notu t
tW ROGOWin 'J4eOrmnce" bw
pa0e nothaG OY h. bt the hEpI.
seat to $)4T editp ` Th 8n under

eagalIM wiowp~ wIS thanks. Aid
y tabtr o sa-mtns It t faith" ard
sot wide apart

To wll MP a p bt by pecisiting b
ledom tdhe oAnta te do. ot ad veh
S*.yes M as (me eetry ten years!


1 -

ed In 06

., 9P, v ~u"vnur I

f b6Tfniwmes Expectd
.- t !a)mq irt a nofrt House.


b'" Will MYqe the Memorial Addrs.
Vdeream of the Gray Are Expected
from Every Stetion of the Couny.
R lNstia eU Extended Public.
Smn landay's Dally Sun:
St i expected that Gaineville will
Sb visited by many old veteran Moe-
t Lroea very section of th cown-
Sthhi Is the day st apart for
'haOmmaemoration of the birthday
41. f tip l nted Confederate General
eat bs Robert E. Le.
Once acb year thbee pray-bared
e di var ,. who nearly half a oen
r y ago took up arm In defyse of
te cause they believed was rglht,
take great pleasure In coming together
to commemorate the memory of their
eprted leader, and the program and
I*** are usually very Impreastve.
These heroes of the lost cause are
gradualy dimldtaihng as the years go
by, but there are still quite a adinber
eoattered uaroughout the country, and
they make a good show as an assemb-

fhe exerctles will been at 10
o'clock In the morning at the court
noue, and Dr. Andrew Sledd, preso
dent of the University of Florida and
one of the most eloquent and widely
sead speakers in the South, will de-
liter the memorial address. All
aughte r of the Confederacy, 0am-
federate Veterans, G. A. R., and the
public generally are extended a or-
diat Invitation.
ron. W. M. Blltch of Santa Pe to
commander of Stonewall Camp,,ulder
the direction of whom the exoeles
will be held.

The borough of Manhattan, the prin-
dpal part of Greater New York, tL t h
S ostt densely populated territory It
b9 world, being 100.492 er quar
alle. Not even the most tthbe pop.
S htd saeton of London 4 It

r~rl, 5rMNrk Mes


N""o" Thsyrqs
Wo ewllhe at OW llg places
OR daatese op o wi r t"e prpoe
at leelig* ame" as m trn eilMlw
And makbig easement Pam oe
for 190:

al we-ftedy Janarmli
wy Soak~
1866. -4hWU aM 866@Ff

Jm 34th Mam U,

sIwma"m- Weedy. January.

land. %RoV-4Ju man
Wik. IN

20270y uwhv 4th us fth.INS.
we oammud7 rq" Setad anft9'
trwo W5 vI aim thdrudfew*
this epuItgt Of whiq ed am.

g tbw ameos ad aN ashes
tr edam epee nIIbf IM toman

a tipinth eolthsme'9
Your, in ~elet!tiy



- Sea togequ
M" Dow"0
pe olleitsrO
JeIw smesbffi

Kirby Sittk
it 8oo008.


qnd Many Comr.
lung People Ino
hendltlon of Pr.
ash Served,

FrOa Sunday's DWily Wk: -
The annuMa conveato of the State
federation of ab. ~-which will be
hld In this city, ill be called to
order in the opera hose at it o'clock
Bqon Tuesday by State Preldent Max
Morits of Tampa, whioh wil be fol-
lowed by prayer by Rev. Those. P.
Hay of the trst Presbyteran church.
Atoer this prayer Mayor W. R.
Thoas is seheduled for an addrwee of
welcome In behalf of the city, whlch
will be respoded to by the reddfet,
Max P. Morita.
Hou. H. H. McCmrary h beeo ti-
vited to address the ederatlam te
subject to be of his own seletdko.
After the ad iase appo-tme- t 6
committee wil be made. and a ad
journment taoea Uti Wedesday.
A large crwd, rprmtlu every
branch of labor ftlno every seUtlo
of the ate"hi exteted at thia one-


The moot tded and em.
rabmle salel I erary entertain.
t hed in tMn for years wa
the l the opera house
l 5fi1 'the auspices of
r ith 1i United Dagh-

raiom of the IlOt General Reb
ot a Ida OS
he or ho crowded every
seaq Is beth of* and gallery be,
OW uoploIea OlU 29Mor mar peo
pie W wi sUtand. It wa
Sgoedwtrd 1*bk however, amd
everlthaU Ms m i a most ploea

'The Stag ll vu ely' decortad
N e oo edl ft, wlb h the ladle
al inbted tW W-. Burkhlm. The
deeoratless vtape but hband
saom the oo the U. D. C0,
laa a tow pats belni 64
payed a Its ha
The ames I Ihg s eatertalsnUet
Sbee Kirby Smth
s*ehahrA# ASt 1oterslty. an the
Oa ssldew I- hin JaokmvoUlle.
NetwIttalaig ct that a aiMl
m- *aly tuna cents-was
i nmo~pdadll ov necte
it e m p lip ised.

S1. Plawo--rit I"dea of Weber
s stUltfully read by Mis Alee

t Votal the Pale
Keen'r hi Vies 3Lr a-n b Ia le
0Goos was ew appeagted that
a.5 ** e.. Ui NeWd tA eas
8. #sone mre,"
wa, I, b liS M
hi Mni 0. that ti et v

aipndpoint than that of Friday nlx' '.
waleh wa under the direction of Mr'.
j. n1. Cutler and M i Myrtle PFenell,
who had bwn delegated to look after
tae muaesl features.

Gen. R. 5. Lee' Portraet.
. The beautiful piatue e exhlbitio
at Mss Norton's stole riday and
atuarday Was planed atarday after-
aoon in the audtorim o the puboie
oebool buildlas by a committee of the
J. J. Inaley Chapter, 1. D. C.
This picture was peemated to the
public school b the J. J. Pntley Chap
tr. U D. C. n olmmemoraton of
the birth, staltee i eand brilliant
career of our welhbeleved Geeral,
Robert Wawrd o h chapter
hopes to the ner fbtu to place In
the public school ibult a piturem
of other Confederte seraw ,

The Board of Coty aO mlatSeWfe
have ordered a mew = Hql oD an
oelnie for the o e. d e&rg mei of 1W
West. '
The It. Auguastie Hurmae *oolet
are d ltt good work N their oty.
h have Jut Japoeoe n aMent t
mmed Mea a i soft r,

u4 .

Brings forth new barguimem
better. Moda wi ffind t&
been spared.'(rme Mod*
----are hundred c

Loosmiie Ilunbkan r(rilh 1.% f r
tUmekipcy 4amyic t.,cwrti tk- f,
Good lasry Ihr'a)n MtJin u.'rit, i1.r yed iw
ga its wo. WO M PC ly
ncah l"r rW2 1orth : I? i) yAr I to
M I( la* Dau lOWM lr
0"c Whiltv l awn uwrds 1i l1 lr
40bjb W11" trWS w~th I~rI(
73-irb hr *a DOs Mlin 11 w-h, 01 V)
M5wnh Ivor y lrrn lua wscub --% e K*
W.i* IkWri0 I'.ank u~nh r; !.v-4
Apm (roowkwo *, -f1h llr toot
Goa Apic I'Clwk r u-'c' I J &
j* 5 FLanw*i0. W. fi. 1% &Mu i%
who1 i E.4I d l SlW'OV4 Ia &W
jd*W fI)WO 4 j I Do"" fA IVA I~

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4. P112ano--1M |inllte," by
NMJ Eddy. wa olp elated. to tII maet
S.' Song-"Tontiht," by Golne.- of lp but
TUe's favorite rocIt. Mr W. w. I. I as HL t. With
Pridle. was applauded time and exception of palment td
again, and wa witha4ot a favor. Mr. Goodwlrt .t;sdered by '
Ite of favorite oa the rama. Miss Myrt le Id most
8. Recltatiop-"Kinderart.m Pap," accompUiahd ic* s
by Mssu Bowers, took the hooe b of tbh eity, Mi'
storm and l yoeug tdy -wau oom- acompalt of
Shelled to a wx r before the footlights radltio was prfeet ';
a second time. At the eehaskm ei Ct i
7. Bonat-Th Nightlgales SOON." ProgrW the ladl e of ,
was swetly radwerd by Mts Seiltr Chapter erved deftotir c
of Ohio, bo Is the popular guet of to ho remalMe to pIrtoa3 e
the Misses oodl .i was the rwlp of. It was with doubt the
lit of a han d bouoqt of owern psn:s of the kind that could be
ead rwas o r dly oeaored that pard, and Its delicilds Savor
she uhd to respond, with a secod treated that the obapter mao me as a
amlbr. take Ia placing this feature of the pro
art IL pram in the bands of Mrs. A. I. OUtl0 er
o e L 4 Many youna people remalod atb3' ,
rI. Piato--Vlse 1yq m"e w Ou opera house and participated In a
rendered hi that smrtemt l nor by dane until It o'clock. ,
MIN oClar Pound wleh t made herb Kirby Smlt Chapter has g*ls
m of the imt ypdpular mi y pl Iass enteialaments, but
S t. none more succ ewlf from ever'

I. Gon--"bThe R Mor,' waa,a
aweet son., uan by a sweet, beautifl
lady-Miss Lovie Goode-ad the ooa-
tatte apauee which greeted her
boh prlor to ad after Itsa editIo
was evrdenoe that she holds a warm
place the brct of the OGaIoevlle
,blial. he reepoded to the enore
with a balutif number,
L Uoe-"B'eoaue I Ltve ToaL
Day" wau mas by Mr.. J. A. ood-
vm ta that elear, dtati ot vote wbhih
bha mai him unlverally poplar
with Ostseatle audltae for
many ear The audienee wouM ot
be astlad ntil bh repeated the num-
4. Re l m "Wouldn't Too.
Charer was the MoIasloo for Mlim
as orw ra-earanoe, ad the ap-
plae se theealIed iemomtrated that
she had plead the adieshe rtly
Soae-(a) j"Love leg." and (b)
te ne Plewo." were rederd
SMrs C. I DCmL t a sweet,
lear voCo. OWd r deond mush apt
plalae; la hat the lady was eo
p l to how her akLowil meu to

6 b.m"e, was 0 If0,
?Am Ntpf e mimdey auuiW e
rrtaM -8 the l te 4*


k'- 1.
: ~phipuaMts of rawberrleam,
r0de fromn, Plant City.

10 t is reported #at theme@Os,Iat
korlda are or rlag tmr abW.
.,The Georgia and Vtlse5 gwmo~
A AOIxtion t o in se018-Is ~iub.

Hundreds of h aean debe
booubt into Tilbome daily m maW
ae reported leE

Oro"". tofe seat of Idl?
sawnty, usbes I, us rsted. le
a+ PbsM waseldieW mer.

Par laO ot. u lateb~rest~ La sp.
erWbt e likky8400t tAe almOW
%mry It o seaun Swil hav to be
dosed.. -W m by*do
Ai h to have a SposE" OUWdW dtr,
N*Wmt rg leam" .in Jak.

maom $lebmiat b"v~ha
hidrd t-i~ko the poe to see
-Y-t me"*, am viita pd aa b lfllud
1~gU5Yi thl dty.

Tes preawsd 01 hMO* ~ prl
fm Omtr Nov* Ow"~rYO
fV1114a6sa sito arlue."m& o
Ile (/OSjC~b ~(f tOI"
/ The 30we o b of mmlselmers

Urses to Puata 3m'S.

'e .re.1, brutaitiesibm p in

1" bM arfl11bMW JW JM'JY"fM
meai NMIOw-avAfts WblLgeedda
n., mh ipvslte bko re! l rewd

i aer dorm ibns wNamSWh

%.a,0u*ft i th
LsWI~, L s~ireC maind II IgS1

ThMtimetow. n mssee L rwal
&WNh" amgas haewn. t hes

PAN% lW 4fbuP161SU.Soad the weekt

~ Tehenewtatosmyausdterthetle
~l~rresiin In Tuni to~

bdw mW we la welcome


~~*Inldeslore to ca~nrry al

k4, the littl tow of Weelvlle was
Wpftdk a hW sights ego by a vely
* r isIs'u ir H ~de store. the
'eirsee hlveet anbkrd a dwellin
WW. destu'eye Origi d n of re n

,.owft No-
I "oI.
1 SS Us4of ~ruty Oeeamselsmrel
"i D~ls.' mmd arek~ adeTka hr
L( theC aeds.r of 3mL meirn
~ ni Ibam sA3adsmp The

ty ~\ Orisado trie tI~ r

qut qui-ulyu osad r ~ Messkr
iagr before )the wer dlseoveri.

The Oive Hob3 at ormo
urne last week. The ire Ww~l
-' to hav hers eres byw again
~Ieoue %buSesfu ar barreIl ofr
~4se )In) ~Lthe ithe th dy b~s~.

L~t 5. V` lIos~ has 'm eahlblUos
inSh U Omam~crcalJ hank a moer

Is St weagrow bi am laim

In o- WR10 Ams'" .

Am "40
Ta to La to i
dlit bia ser '-

mr d ** '* A- .I
bt b~CYs w sow ilIo ote

os, I and Mnfifti to trm tse.1
ey mat drk. Bat

tW. w. Jo" oa .lsie
e st. tna boat & daf ilsaws
tpape pabto tint ttht it e u

lea, with abMt' tY teacb be .
Ies ook a Poml aAMr beIrM
bate atrof othre seep udMt my

S as d oh ai.x earPne of
aeon a a troae t tfhor l

Wa hi as warV arfore twt
Two, wthe lowstswhr ame O 3ton
T.o d eopbad sop hTI- ag(o tko

;oJo a o has dtInto do oii
So k Theo L Anodus ato bo a
sbon a boat e dalyo*r m sW.

To tame ut rishe mor w suw ot
ted Seimal batLesina thee to

bowa it a Wlul fto IB obl
NoieXb o ft A Mtheo Ro ktanr

wrem"ifoea6useb my.
y kiYd wib llowd o bepwla nted

TN tep rlef er aet for tahem Oh

wloa sso rwty ti tteife wit t

otag atO es anhtul ito t

.4 iap she i sal. .I
cheese. WT oeuaw -m T e for
butl toh ReVM k Termi 0r 4so

$ve ltd -e r to l t- w. ta
Trheol sofy Cta Man wth ia
eeaed0 ceeu Mtrntro ta
pn mess tor rest. to 3a 1Pthout

a-et a Ist-sm eta snr ale
retd fr d g mbueSer asss a 4

TIh {ol th Su baress

or ry etre Iet ee a theagh M

It teoe .alaansi It to he
The peopof (Mnml bntbw

The &A ss rk shipped

f~ ree &e msut'r Useless ofOlerm
- Gaiml o t in esssldr-,lA

las hr th IPwure is slyg~
rtM b b" 1 uk ly sobs
age thiOw la w e ftrTe tisd.-

l rlwr low of heeomb oay fth
potato scroog at) Mastigs taunt
aT reet a very q large mte be

tat othngt= ahe fthmn sbhlmcy
the rel mof te a tdema
fotr ato tos this ewfi bt aS hwe
lplable. f. T% b" bms mw (oar
fhtoares nsr tho he inshapeM
tho =lant. be the U w deamwoo
So PIAML *a d )e b .*a*o

W wmi4s am of Cbmam
ble @No"#rgot LowerTalde
lbrT jIl -ssoma-s" tI
bumma bobtleof than ad be"avend
le" b owii in LAToby I m w"
of~rr al a'-ft Jk t eO
'~p~r W thm tobb a. hrl
m~hh *ll r ~~l Iu~J

S :wrote yo for advice." writes Ldhi Hagood,
ylvTa, Tenp., "about my terrible backache and
t bI-yI p ins in my abdomen and shoulders. I
h i offered this way nine years and five doctors
klleWd to relieve me. On your advice I aook
of Cadul, which at once relieved my pains
aw Im entirely cured. 1 am sure that
io v saved my life."

It s a'fe and reliable remedy for all female
1. 4ass suap- __ .__ss am --

i' ackache, etc.I --

Alry kare l 1.00 botts Try it
,ADdfe n$1O ot qI



bota. n, Jan' ,t t c' Bsett DR .ROPT. 0. BOWERS, NoticeI s aaLby elm L Z. Canncv,
am kh1 b part o the moortre antIIIe A E` IU Qp~ NO.W
bUhowd as@rtho f rm of & Bar- DENTI. L 416hA. D.
DENoTIST. ban AM ssid Z Iox 440. No: tha
sf.ttqA L U'Webb. Ao acded" 10 1104 1 se
1F1J HUmnod Is "ftdalf busi. Offi. In Miller Law Ezebange, 010 foUlvs ow a 1 gwa swate I (a
Mes whee bin store Was destroyed MA's" ?41*s V 1-0 es k I I S.. R.
som te am &W Mr.' Hamnmd ex. Offe Phone No. 20; ResIdence N. lad 10-10 :1 1U4Ies.z 34 me date of
S.. to put of __a_______tock_ of__&beIs___same of
MINs Greg NcGlnwes, a popular ~I B. ELLIS, TJ., eeosd ie so-
U10 I b i % x55St
YONg IMd the Junior High ShOOWi tlnessm yaIud NOW
ba" mne &a McIntosh on a visit im 13th isd @1 ~ 1 A. t1W
T T AORNEYIAT.LAW, P ClA ark Cireall Q a m.v C.
Wl we glad tomy at miss
dyed 'Jeun oI wellU Of the aUMP1ps, GAMsvuMAI, 03 NOTI=O XMCI 01 APIUCATION 3TAX
SW Iis atb 'bis to take he after- ________ _111 110011 mI a oF oBAPTER
sme ditlp- 0IM LAWS OP PIOIDA.
ad&o srma a lIgip to PRANK CLARKb made TNO5 aW Y1NDtri toe Ie --- LWanton.
Rodieft kwi Tusday. e 1061
Wuaft sylson, & aippsr YM14
sW e ftm aida Morning Lawyeners. 010
2 0111- fee,-- its-
Job eBMr hs gae e Sto LeLDto a sec.
800"eIs. Mr. 'Hl YdewMbe pr udes*S U .u cota"&I Sta*e 9 sad Of
u msd his saw Memds a,
The my bNeeds dOft Otoa ekWill 1de4 sde
be i to knw th ta" sbe bot Is Well
q1 te Is miss a
04Oe Hs seOis well rIleda O6eg over O*vENatio an

M~ed 03011110100%
48Sh bard'rl. t L eisut. GAINESJA VILLE. PUA 1,Kt C.
WAR& at W"m M sslSariese
WE be Oft % o h r of bet w hi eft NOTICE 10 PUN K.
i s ul"u A. LWebb. IIR .WAL L) NOtUeSberI u
ONh Arrived home Wednesday of
s R6 e whr1 he w beismployed ALACHUAe FLORIDA. I Iof
is fthe U of Keley &hS"a. o Wta KUdu
Mr% 0. Adolphusleft last Thturs. a.-TO aPs sa
ft Atlanta,, 0a..She has beew In a Now Ready to Take-, =a =. vws G
shoie vth fegIi Sh os tO as proverw

MrLJams Cosb lft b o Oflaw has:hA~
ursdas M uaaq sa. Tar hiletA JPG -

fme~eew ua loa. UShe Sha em an a. andCTlg pgauw aidnSurvsyor..
Wub t IAr Mo the grvM usale. tdmiHm 8.
Mute Handled With e pof Core Nsmis sd@1fu PUSICeh1re19.
G" by w ~tb me roophi Land els. P GMeele h.

'gnIa Is Ia a~Ct yellw poehage E33*o LuIJ~ itr U a ms~r.
he. e w f evesam B s
g Qegumge ibeigis tasassuT j aulotrW o w*@, Obw.ha SOMAI of
There was aq tm bet 0 q- U Jo W e1A T I-
u at Or ang aIghW to anm. 0.Nsusm

lag~ 4Iyef ft odC ?* y PtOuy& dSu r1 I.- cc hew m r ,M 4 .
b" asudmor. at MA princ owing tistfow forS84

therh Orange"" Heiht schol and Mt. 'Vr~k.Il uaa ~- 6e: 91! ~
Hattie~~4"il W13acarig U"~ ad __IIWF ) ofA0 P I P ThN0114 Awas S UM TooAall beela. eu.tam Nd410111601
edaim & Wome of t. biridof b "6 o f tihe k" .

U~~~~~ef.~~~IM Mrs.aidy lr. J. P.M. a k5te5nft..e Mr.. *. N.~WU~
OL 11bouL W. Y*Odkn VWII CATS Or AUTrrorirv. X(MCIL

-. Ie bWPaS. IIUU. he No~tic bbgeINUby latest
Toosmoov of Weld. osi ow 0106W7 M the
"Droop at Cramp Iwots. law V
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mwkaw ru r u.u Mo rrlc 0'O '~ ~ ~ arar ~ fAI
Trienas a 9*W bu t Iw mpres e W A wa A

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at tW bate ? w andaucu so: o09T6
MOWIpim. pries be- of UEAID.
be,~. Rp. H. mmigomowr. wismw I oo+ -'-
IT a6 nndrstam. tha Pom and of *$. LAWS OF Rh *a an on

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iw.e a"at e Orssa Ralhi n otv *m A. a I iIhm
117 09 Vnuldo. hut new~ortaoipo t h.16 h.."_ to 0=11 N I OW to th
the or 001001000 of beamm.
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h~p~l Il U, 812 s es" Ion br ~ se is 8"bar t 10 To All <.br r t*"-- Y
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of UW bdp. and Mereell Mosilittwarr. wntncg C AMM~
brotber of the v A&OM U14 S0VVI0V I O CRAIMM~
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rL UT TETON nn s y 1o.. I" U
TOF aW'SCOU NSEL TLe Sspect L rveling Paese Agent Pendrl
O r T UAW S COUNSELIr TTru.l d N -line r S mect i .. e Homesick.
?It. peoplle do n" e 'al, the loarmnn John Pendrel, th cIt r a ld em-
i a i icrc.-e and remrk.-ble pievalent y rclnt traveling pasenoer t,i' t of the
Native of Tenneue and Self. (i kdneydisee. Clyde Line. who bs beett in New
iW i l 'le Idaredt York for the pa&t W l ni.itht, write T
Educated Mdan. oreru are ti.e
most comma n that he 's gettingg eno oiih of Now comm
dbsealse l .atrpre- York, and that be Is alxious lto return heating
IW NOMINATED JUDGE PARKER vail, they are home. He expects to arriv about the nal ev
NIMnI tle last iddlintoC
reognlacd bymiddle Febrar. exte
--mololsd by 1"M. Pvudrel is well kn implr n amd pu. exer
Greeted Great Enthusiasm Among Del- p 1 atie'nt an4 phy. Mr. Pedrel is well known and popu- o po
egate*-ittleton Was a Prominent eku.a., sA* rv*m- tar throughout the entire St ot.i. hav. 'or,.
ate-Lttto I stuerti s ing been connected with lthe' Clyde cane
Member of Texas Bar at Age of 24, scith d,#'fwr M eI k*while tie org. JUe for several years. His laites alcer:
When He Removed to New York. t I..'.. ndermncs the system. vine friends are always Klad to hear
The Tampa Tribune of January 13th There is comfort in tis kowlede l from him. and leart that h iti
t ams Tribune of Januay 13the often expressed, timt Dr. Kilner ha enjoyed ood health thla winter, out t
Contained the following interesetg SwampRoot, the great kidey remedy, o w te
sketch of the lawyer to whom Harry fiulfils every wish iucuriug r3imetuUnsm,
Thaw has entrusted the chief defense IP"i iV thi back, kidneys, liver, ladder FARMIRS MEETING.
e his case in his second trial: v ry part of th na a e ,
of his case In his second trial Iit correct inability to hold water F
"Martin W. Littleton. chief counsel Wrd scaldinR ain in passin it, or bad The F. C. U. o A. Will Meet
ejec 'ts folowrig use W/ ltpr wine or With Jaxllviit Local.
tbr Harry Thaw, Is today receiving c:Ier. alovr e o f li or th Jthvi Localu. t ni
he earnest congratulations of his le1l citv of ing compel of The me F. F C.
,olleatues and friends upon having dlzrin the day, and to Igt up many of A.. which will be a county meetlas which
lassed another milestone in his com. tilnesduriln the tiglIt. T lb rnlwd amdl will be held with JaXtvllle wIal. three tones
paratively short but famous career. s'' extmoin ry ffet of RO t miles south of Bell, n Thursday, Jan. advi
S, n realized. It standuat 6 Ligimt uary 3.
lttleton was born In a log cabin in for its wonderful cure of the et dis-
Roane county. Tennessee, January 12. dressing cases. If you need a dicillt this meeting s being anticipated
1872, so that now he is only 36 years Vll shoid have the bet. Sold bydrug- with a great deal of enthusiasm by f
f age. His rapid rise to fame has kgits in Mfty-cent and oe.doll/ aa. those Interested, as it believed that
been one of the mot phenomenal You m bay s emplbottle n a t will result Ida get deal of good
Ibe one of the most phenomenal Ilk that teUs dtt
among the legal lights of the country. alxoutit,botheunttree to t dhos who attede.
Me has gone up like a rocket, and 'v "mail. AldldnmDr. cordial tInltatig Is extended to
lere is nothing to indicate a descent. hilmtor & In. the public, and a Wre crowd Is es*
Mls fellow attorneys look upon him as writing mention this paper and d'lt o 0d .
a fixed star in New York's legal irma- make any mistake, but remember the
ment. and one whose brilliancy will "na"e Dr. Kilime's wamnp.Root, sad Hw to Avel PMneu onia.
constantly increase with years. .ir -dd;ti B aoi, N. Toma ar avoid p-eamoal and b r C
"The chief counsel for Thaw Is a spred amo the voter of the oai.H a t to t
self-educated man, having attended ry. earker would have brs olectetd, eu-gh asy.expels the cold trop the
school only one term. He was a farm t n 1904 and 1905 Lwtle was b- emo as it I S .*I laootlve Re -
band and a baker's assistant In his president o Brookly, and ehe i m fus e aiy ba t the Il the yellow
youth, and at the age of sixteen be. psa ths e O b th ane i Yow
ame track-walkr n Texas. It was bridge.
here that he was seized with the am- .e reed ro publi two or Jesvn Dremle company.
bition to become a lawyer, and at nine- "H retie fro pmbl. I1* two or Jnvtn Def Company
teen this selfeducated boy was admit- three l yess ie la order that he saturdaysa DP ane: -
ted to the bar. Down at Weatherford. might build up a private lw prUioe ebe 8sun aeknoirtlde a friendly
Tex., the people are still talking of and in this he bhas be as istl all from Iurt Rthrfor the elevr
the excessive brightness of 'Mart'a M t all of his othr esdevor Is be advae reprmgtMte und prM
Littleton. They are not surprised that saCCeed aw Crl#tl he, tl orf a t for the Jhve DUI)raMt o G J. I
he has become one of the greatest Harry K Thawe P the bl thtirl tnt
lawyers In the country. They would he masr of crtm al pretio tion which will appear Is ths ity thr
not be surprised at any greane Jerome, te Will have sreoo d p Me one wO, begiona Seday.
*Mart' may achieve., even to the Pe boysl h ambition to 'onquer' New I" Mr. Jeavo' I
dencv. York." as his advance f toree s wve
"Littleton left the little tow ofni s ayln that they w a h 'bre
Weathrford to, embark on a greater Univrty Nel. T' oi eapMy Ii playl u d a n
career in Dal!am. 'H u as ply twenty C. W. BartUeO. Jr.. O d JMack tlle ueat new tent. The I s Ir,
one when he Invaded the bif Texas eaterW the wrty aft te Ihd l td e ne ery handome, te 0 app isaee
city, but the older and more seasoed daW He I a Me tt badt o 4de rn b aid t all ti h ttracti
attorneys of the Dallas bar were aoon wholesale boeeoThe C.W. hirtleia somes with the h ighet nreeameds.
forced to admit that the Weatherford Co. who ormary resided I Uo of the PreoM thregheb m the eonas
"boy lawyer' wns a smart youngster, v*Ule T.
and when he had shown his ability tO Oak and msma0o tree anm bets The tt Is lighted eleetrlty. H,
a few important case' he cut a large t aI te dlveO wai tfs U. a .
aliche for himself as one of the fore- ersity, ter dilreatlo t do eS. A ftk*
moet lawyers of the North Texas me e-let aspettadaet of smada A. 0.
b.opoll,. Co clou.I,
Went to New York. A moderm lrratl pisat is bedg I Ii
"On I)De'mt-,r 1. 1 ati the age of Installed at t per
twenty-four. the' y .uiI laer married Prof. P. N. Ro t, spOrlate f indas 0' S'4 tio
Maido W'llosh In I llns. (',r nrlde.ring ms. IiWUtIiiss r1 a a a mr bo
Dallas too sail to, ffordi full fw" for f d emtnal meedst8i e. _- UI P
his ability. 1.tth, t(,n had de4trnined on the kth, th and rth at .fte -.
to establish himself in th. nation me- t. g moule. pref t CSl t the &
tropoll. G(;Ibvhx up hr luiurkios tural Cole of GrlSi A. Ao
bone in the 'ridl, (,f a few days rysupwleaof VmHs Q la
set forth with UI.ltt'otaa'a ar New York tue of Aisbma aa9 kxssseu' har ^l 'Vff k "l1T' n> I
The couple h.,l it., i ,,. l fi' t t. is of Teras. the rUeren sb S f ,a AflVILI
telton wa.t irlttu his young wirte ntnLlrai III f.,?hl t, t proesft ne Mer Mg A. A d e II eil a-em Al
late In I1'';. lttltron first .** f'I t i nublua of mbrelhk t sad aiilu _Hni e fT ils > T b
New York--the' great c.rr.l .., h, a't ,tork5aefw Biaersr i S it -- g
oees city he had oEn.r tl, rlc' I,,,r vegetable brewers d ts t Ista S -I
"And he did e olal'pr Th.- 't-'k a.* also have pla Oe tsh plm m.
aM easy, at frct. but Littletar. 4 .; Irnt lCarnt .egor wUI be -s to ad.
was ldndoltahle H'1i di1 n, t Vlt r*.rti~t the m eeMg thIs t he
opportuolties II* mnde th'lr TNr' $?tt. and a wel a e 4 t in
ustropolltan lawI > ers with bli. ,rtl.s .ti.u.tle gather lag t1e s
mes. at Brat snaered at the r.thir,.ln. -
of the young Texan ultt I.-s t'.- Cgmr W |
thre yeaut after hb arrival is n N ~' Crt*irly -ed a hle il s i
District Attnonty of Klnt l want'1 S iorehboad Syrup hs bld g B
positlo whrab arny older and ,r.. ors as a Ic 4 ~ h T
eperkmc ed lawyers would have h..'n ra. aa ry Id Idr i dlUU-
glad to secure WhIle serrvia to this. T C -- e i ,
esyac t. Uttlstos grtetMd Ot ,, e sever g a m e, t _

3Jlcb~uc Miller ciUd(d 55110 iNm WO "lit' ar~ trr cu re a ea' se pl~a en hi W
etig r at Iha Hiebaind o yru- 1 ba re

nlow Toat if "it M tTtA I is for I Mt a Ow W b y1 WO NIL IAN
aim. lt Was mM~ Isa bptni* 1* -
boom* famNOO 2 s n raut8e "p LRaee wrPuP
sa a aerdbW akvu If' f"M: ~l 053W GO JIM1?-The f
,- I&OIbo Bo i AOSa4 61W.
masI UI fy-e'g 51'n t 094-3 I L5 .4svS 9bi Bd
we' ~If t0 50 sw bt I % W4t0A Sa vea" a"id C
vu a piadeg a to bi Rwl cmp. aeaqw.tS4 taef tfto.
V~ so, the h~Lkinld

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Pgow Tat 6940" 00 LM3IPft Wu 9IPONW"t" %64 1sU
u p dWW do S. qeSab -0 W -e he bus9d feW
-w MW o we I tiI I the .me
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here Is no difTe[sce, at first, in the appearance of a crCe &fCl
on1 nlcr, and for this reason every sqre that is oa inate or WI
1g should excite suspicion, for the sore is nothing mnto than t1t he
'lene of a polluted blood, and if allowed to remain may d u .
ancer. E1Torts to heal the ulcer by means of salves, plasters saa
irl remediesalways result ia failure,becau such treatment man h
iil-e cl dct on the blood, when the deadly germs and muatr6 W
and are carried through the circulation to the place. No sar ore n lc -i
exist without a predispodig internal cause, and the open, dischanrng '
or festering 61 old mre ll continue to eat deeper into the surro il a
s long a polluted, ierrminfecte circulation discharges t its mpA
Into it. 8. S. go to the feoutami-head of the trouble, and dblr
e Fgrmaproducing poismsa and morbid nmpuritiea which kee the
ulcer open. Then asthis rich, puilfied bloo
Sgroes to the diseased place the healing ba84
I 1 all disa~arge ceas the inflammatiounamd
S *aly leaves, new tisue and healthy l
OI* 0 g are ]frmed, and soon the ooe is pema .
/5 ,^* loently curd. S. S. S. is rmode entirely of
ILY VEGETAL roots and herbs of a healing, c lnsn ,
natuna and unlike mineral medicines,
often do great damage to the t parts o-thea tm, 8. 8
up every .irt of t bo y. D uook f gores and ticrl-c m ia n medical
** THX;R98 SPICMC CO., I STLA, 04.

T. W. USande sWlla Seekert Charles A. rlloth
Presidet VlePaJidet Cabler

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Iainesville lationl 4.ank
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--Capital Stock $100,000600--

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SI is the ty pa sihn s Ma whaM be has been the us
MeM. Jar e Dolso h' t c to ftor the past l weeks.
tt r. w m lad to note the great
ed b oi OI W.i W. Poatait were 1* t dir tro Imp 0r6s bir b is oaNh
K-i 0 py ThitS )B. qWhtch of, Alohbu paGed
PERSONAL ANI PyIAL I T 1d L ult dtVo*a S S t oi n rout m.
to 1b rn that he 1Iou a to dtar $B wamrNi erm she bad bern oall
aes ur -- r Va sltbe ta s o o 0 .,& aIssitxo o attendAa thew
S h.t n. aIppeim so Is ri. ~Nt b e brother, oseaW odbey,
elasg to Hmp)eS' wMhekbAgeIvdThersdaY.
sU,, o 'Mo whe InamMaf e o his lbero, ,th -I buontd, Ke8eneS.
Jturd, to T r ed to e aut, s. t i. AMiebra, ea 8 l, Ml MV have a*t.
S, .m.,, ,. R Is o y rom COhio.i md
lrsi ~ oal se I" aas r os te. Tho1. P. l0r, r1 d o n, .L. s lab fr 0 tniae an

0 au el de un 0010,. o b0m 1O. t and tam hr chrildeb
ud p U ors; kt, onlwl taop r lm r. p ovl r- oSi eds tothe dy for wost
S'd the Mi o s ben aisp-ei as thee paset iel ft I"tloarte
Su, wl e 'um gorL 'S ?aome dalj h Ila t, eweeksr Yo da, l^ the m.les
yiedts aMa CkdticM. Coetor O h. A. Msrt ,4 WWO% edo aL we pleased.
wm 09 tr o th aor Air UM, oo t y e. Vu ... pwardso ety d Yst er
weas. vwef- to Me or "* tn ty IYn th& da y I t a ompyw whe nShe was a
day. ain to renew ,rd sof ms.'. i s.d p .0on eas tli0 O bnUothli hiw rMrs. J.
S. B. Cow.ner ipt a tow MYoaro VeaSb* the Uava st res atb hW She wasu i romperlod
S rt nd r mawi obs1Oi oInd lumber N b ott rhw bonm by toe patient, who is now &
o The i an r to iIo 1 ei iw dbew pas t d~ i bsi1e and who wil remain
a loe nreL ppe eft. toown. hivh rtet to I" whkIlb W s hw wam e s o o P46
be mnr diy dso" f Oant Ta fla MIS Jte Scarborough, a char
S 5J. W~RtU 9 J. A. S \kDI W.aL. Dsto thrsno wh Rooky log lady of-DothaU, Ala., has
of t t) roetl qwa~ airt oad r "'* w ring those whL.o ea r to i r the city and will nb here
The seaft.r. onU. Mr. a i, .i..le oIbs*J**rt* l e etr a out or ere.
e Mir. GmaU Mr. Davly elate that toh lettao, ship. ia d. in~ a guest of Mrs.h
ad always t11 t tom I a print. ni mt n o ow. The last po-se olf most a"illit dispo..
ag oBf rrots l f tor4ott shaippe from h i tio, sad will make many friends and
the K~nights Sflebtm wa r. $1g. sper st l
L. C, Lyn mrd Chaoor ot-was -1.75 bP, .o admirers whle here.
Joe Mast -ad-Dr. J. icp y rn a fr 0 V. M. V. Bowers, J. B. Bowers of
di strict 35tt1l* at ddt Webe rosse d snta me .o vwistt t halo t of the former, and J. B. Wilson
d all ns st eieSem U e oseraithe. r dest ha o ut W e have retrl ed from Battow, where
a l W it #t rras per .. nr *ia, f day they he been m looking over th
.wl waotsit lr so Thewhawaas.n *- ttherow ouse m dla Man ge p vi property of the first
wed comse Vitor inoe am9a waetlemlan. They found the
trday, reewl- s t to tor "l grove Io s condition and report Bar-
another yr. ir. Wlt ts b tLso M 1D the h ageI tow Sd l out a prosperous
Sler bMbwr to tho aper u flen adve*omat of The DuatTek Dankto o.let ..
#s &d bn % M asU amo v ybOe "l4ppea In th thi Ia .. Two o
I t rream, er e tha tn dihro e rl btao ino a Itam f W hyplOl a w Peean Treu on
ikths at any oom time d6rlg thea growlg la Ioldlty amd 0poparity e_ lts Th old e ll
10t quarter of a eatr. o day, eased by t e oom o 41W. value.A pectree
Stiv manne in which it&h It i is ad e WMB*4 as well as a valuable
0 W. Wells AllubsVfbas ba taie codud. tre. ean e eld will not, urt
e. o twtrda. Mr. Wb, who A Anderson, rsh-- will grow on any soi. The
Vae of th the k b"rtes of thea A.T eltfty Peas tr tean to
SmeIy, has stkd k Am all ofWeg S, oS eema twelm V*s old wil pay your taxes
Ub le ardn"ta s aof ,tr. t t Da"" ""WOO O The peas tre trvs to be several
i tr h loWstro e h id ll at is Mrtb 's u htdred aWrs m oM. a ir Mat aeo ct
a d sad as yet rin I the aM. g edI C l by ssets. Mile A. eMnet ane
IM. Wt e Oeepe ia poi biUs, sad wu m f arta rt ls with rated paan tres
ls fwSadntr ard to aoso th bst m r am M sa -w bear to four yards; large
ead hemLahIbet bS the coutry. OQ V th &A nuts,. Cal c a ha for
WIh6e p d P. at Mitanpy ee
l W Ptkw o oparaa a S appei
r -e Mer was itoyewas to .1 HY'S GRAT SALL
I 4 s rua e@a hk am s ru Nta es sr mrw h
t n wihis a rl sea o tim. Me a larets the Oran&bham lImen Crewd Ceontine to Vilt the
6 an be obt h eIs m a rI the ig St ere. a l S
awIr 0M" PeaM lU hIs 111 amth pheo am en proe My no ale that has ever been
4 &iaaverage crop at f fruit I Om l has a
aspe, ally "ea. Teet ta ,in a"re has at.
|was' r t I& tera ytr % = 0 6 e trhited so much ttention sot drawn
apply was eag mn ast Mrs. M. 0 hTarbox and daughtw er A rwds as Me r l removal sale
S. Aar aieealit Tartox. of Cbked a. ofl Th U. W. Hyde Co av., eWhd
I A. IMr. atltor ee dayn 4 t rioth g os Mr. and Ms i mew on at ether mmoth estab to
r peat Is thi *tit wJt his hasrek Da-er. Mrs.' Turbot owns nsbast Au i. well knows, the corn
loft frew Tor tay, When he valle ppy IS Oatteero MLe mtd ga will remove to the sw Hill
wIJ resme his m as mate em the W e ,eem ei Alahesh es oaty sad tao41ag a soon as the same is ready
Ward Line stIeamers hetwee New duwe wnry wtW t tofo oeupaney sad la ordw to save theo
York mad Me 1ems polat. Mr. BLecerafter i ta. e has seu trouble and expense of rmoving goods
ha bwor so tod btte Ward U her who are alays detli t M ar bl -ha olfred at soou 1v
reasi ppoi, new e a rt ht'N k ort ym se e te pods ye
at _. _eorlJ Io I .s e s th f tteltrae M. Wing. wo has boee are mre to putooehe.
hp Ito his 0t5y for the past few athst. Mr. J. D (urdr. the geatlemaaly
.settg is the epe tto y of ele Aputt U r. Is asstited by a colpetst
Mrs. M. C. Tae t Lmb tor ad lte Arthr L. W. rellU. ha rtrmied a M itsta aoraps eltrks, say ot
I h hav beep Yt t1 the pa to hw hLm to a Mqth. S. C. Mr. whom ri ta.. ptleeare la shvonLg
wek from Pnrml. ^f G. e WI tePs rmelded i Gatesvillte at Ot Pooed whether re has or not.
K b W hUr n s!ti m (fer wal year. durLan a d toe- aN>Usernsat of Theo
R ee. WIW b S Sgeater part Of whkl 'tml he ws alde Compaay rit t sat aged m
0K S r 1 'i tJL cttometod wit ttohe ather ole maB of ithoe li peeke.
WrK5 thei r,2' the f* Of W. meteos wo regretted very meu to
T. Water. who vowa a paiw at tik* se hi retera to hi. old home mwm .
ear. The party ed the tritpo whse regrettin It more kly IW

we*& "er tas.Mr. FnsellOki-R
at thirt sbue meo wbbusting m -: UW WM 'I wn,
~ fMiss QNSedWAO lCOIshof 4Taco0ma
V" Waftof FaIsob Ia in the In lb oo it t y j~j P0bO ALL
VI\ 3~. Pt Fk ~ wlLIh ~hi Wfe aTd RI.eb Is Jar ma- eks V. 1Jr. l.nen. Vt

UmIL S. 3. sher Oa mlsof w was *&U Jrt mcab, the ptm
shoPPng iS th .i StKYr Y tunr. rospeettufly ss ta rea 7 -so" M
f. toorns O fasan waa Irms hi c.dis this Ml".M .. N. PCRAHAM, P.
actingl be@NWM 08 th g pS bfdW. J i SWm&th hs retnd tum
louis wkwha ampsaftl farm rOnvls. wheeh a e .. b btmon huelse I"
o& Mu, we trd Is the c~ty Our th Ow di
et"~WY. V. I. sea""i Ot1 ACNSW Wtr IaNA
Jsewe I UrWa a we*hnwu farmer to city v u &W eM &p a The cm
of Jaeaeillo. w muwNug Is hIM My em ole and ewed h. bmhrlevt

Pepwty SDt L IL Sw U Sry o1f d rs ik Wuvl o iurrk. us Na
wsIte& uoWc Mty*4 M Is n hed n a. PIF
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About 25 Ladies' New Long Coats
About 15 Children's New Long Coats
All the above at Factory Cost.

ONEr I T Ladies' Short Jackets, ) HOIC
former prices $6.50 to
UNL LU/ $10, each...... .... .).

One lot Children's Short Jackets, each........ 1.60
One lot Children's Short Jackets, each....... ..~.,O
The above formerly sold from $3 to $6 each.

35 LANES' SKIRTS, artd, 1.50 to $10 ach, Iad t tt

M. R e. R. WIL8,.

Had a Big Time.
The smaller children of the First
Methodlat church Induled In a good
thUi at the personoae Saturday at.
ternoon. Their ortanisatIoa is know
as the Chlldren' Brigade, and It is
thor custom to have these entertain-
mints at regular intervals.
The entertainment Saturday after.
soon was attended by abet fifty of
the little folks, and a most enjoyable
program. muascal and literary, was
DeliUous refreshments of ambrosia
and ake were served during the at-
teroon, and at a late hbor the little
folks retried to their home In a hap-
py trame of mind.

Aoldent to Lad.
Mater Cha. Holstein, son of Mr.
ad Mrs. H. P. Holstel, was the via-
tim of a palatal, thoh mnot necemar.
Uy serou, sa cdest Saturday moralg.
The lad, while playt4l the street
in front of the honm of his parents
as West Uberty treet, topped ma a
bieak bottle, wth the rest that he
sustaled a ser lo g Ia to he la
tep at one of hi feet.
Dr. Hoadg was summoned aad
drese te woNd, sad at lat ac
esatn t Ulttle feiow a Itncuf
aloagas weU a eeuld h expected
theag be will be Ia empsetatd for
Overall days.

J. M. Spir ma retuaed from nt.
Wite, heb e h as bets o a plea.
ant stto 'le daughter. r I
Pope. Mr. MSpiey state that his
ta"w ha )jut alshed illina
Several were saghtered the larpt
of Uwich webl hed o er o W poad
drweeI This Is tIy tI of meat the
fearmers bt MeM ome asssead so
rale a Sit us sb wet..r sad .m. ir
memment sad sn r in the ioa




lij watl soonT$

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1*0 hret PuR

Made with the bet pigmlr aod
pmo linseed oil. Oemmrs u
sarface and lthms lo tha any
Paint made. A guaran oa ev-
ery can.
IIf you ar contemplaa( beding
or paating yeaw old hegow y
want the BEST. Thas is a 0at
in eerythia In Paiat It

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