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Obi.; XIV, NO. 2 3 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1907 TEN CENTS A WEEK ,'
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GREENE AND OAVNAR CASE. TROOPS WILL DE ON HAND.
ISED. ROBBERS - - POWDER EXPLOSION RUSSIAN DOUMA HAS lu
la Called In Appeal Court In Ue City To Prevent Kentucky Mountaineers -
60 THROUGH "TRAIN New Orleans.of New March Orleans.: The celebrated WRECKS MAGAZINE frem Killing. Ky..Court March Officers.Lexington. 6.-. The OPENED FOR SESSION .' $ 9Id fjt
case: of De J. F. Gretrae :an trial of Judge .J.ma. Hargls. charged
John T. Gaynor. charged with cosptracy -- with the assasination of Dr .11. D. -- la 0
.1J8.r BIU.d, Another against the Unit el Cta:*" About Thirty P oplo Were In. Co began on Tuesday at Jackson. Lower House of Russian Parliament '
government was called for argument Breathltt county at a special term :4 5
Serioualv "Wounded. here Tuesday before the United States j tired of court to be presided over. by Judge Convenes. 1'.M
circuit court of appeals. William Caruea. Judge Ca je will
This case has now been pendingfor go to Jackaou accompanied by a com iJ 1a ja
MAN SLAIN WAS A NEGRO SOME OF THEM pnO3A3LV: FATAL IMPERIAL FAMILY NOT PRESENT w1hYtas
more than seven years in one formor pang of sate guards from Lexington
I a aother. Involving arguments before i and a portion of the Frankfort battery, :1Wasaa I
Waa Only a Few Passengers Judicial bodies of this country Business 8t.-est of City Was Wreckedend under coiutuaud of Captain C. W.LoUBtnlre. First Ceremony Religious.... "
) Canada and England. .
:the Train and the Robbers Did Window Panes Were Broken fora vice in Which the Highest Clergy f. ,
After the original Indictment had In case of the anticipated" courtroom jg k
..cur. More Than 100. been>> found in Sarannah. Ga.. In 1S99 Distance of Fifteen Miles from the fiht. it Is believed Judge Hargls. the Russian Empire, P.rticlp.tf1l"the '
Trailing Robbers. there followed about two years ofpreliminary Explosion. his attoraey. W. A. ,"n lnp:. Celebration. j
examination ta New' York. and l.roH'eutl11t Attorney A. Floyd 19tHIle
Kana... March C.--.A where the defendants resided. Then Potuvllle. Pa.. March 6.-I y an Byrd may be M'.led.: At orn'fl" >:,,1 St. Petersburg. March 6.-Th. | e
Pacific passenger train which following a brief hearing in Savannah explosion of powder at the Richardscolliery said he thought he would be killed if douma or lower. house of parliament s*4 let6t
ire Monday was held np' t-r two occurred. The town of at .,
they were for more than three years at Mt. Carmel Tuesday, the such a fight was formally opened noon Tv.> ?
"'''cui.., and Xxm .ft. a m.iiaer .- fugitives in Canada while the United Jackson: Is full of mountaineers.The
employed at Camp 31. of States government carried their case blacksmith shop boiler house andlarge trials of B. FtiUna Frmr! asters and many high! funciocarUs.. iM J
atral Coal and Coke company to the prtvy council in England: before powder magazine were blownup. John Smith and John .\bn r. cliarstMwith No' member o. tbe Imperial hous ao3 '-1!
.w.4 because he protested, aadL"'W..tlake. finally securing their extradition. In About thirty persons were injured I the as tis-ln.itl n of Jan.to.I D was present. The first ceremony f;] AnerkXM.
of T&&do. Ohio January 193G. their trial began in some probably fatally. I Marcum during the BratMtt fend waa a religious service in which Os :'il
,with his: wife aad two ehUd.a.Ylalt1nc Savannah. Ga.. nearly five years after business street of Mt. Carmel I trouble! was set f-r Tit9 t"t': Monday tropolltan.. An ton I'!.. the hlgaer 'f|
relatives In Kan they had been Drat taken there for The I but it wa contlniifxl until Ju.y.Will : clergy; of the diocese and a full ehaCt <; .
a. shot through the hand by trial. was badly wrecked. ictpated.: J t
abet that had been fired at They were declared guilty last Aprilon Window panes in houses were brok. Prove Flnsrclsl Fal'ure.Harass. M. Coluhof. vice president of the &J 4 aeLO.
0. Tiere were few passen- charges of conspiracy embezzlement en for a distance of fifteen miles from Marc 5.-The pr..lI..nt council of the empire accompaalei .
the train and the rubbers seoaly and sugar ('roIU pr ve a financia! : frilure by 11 1 roll l"e\kull de Cylden&aadt. ,
the place of the explosion. / 1"to
a little over I10O cash Tlctlons were secured on the claim unless 11-,.. price of sugar advances. secretary of tbe empire entered tat,< ,;
few watche. Aft ot''t: the weather 1* hall after the service. The forater ;\
that they conspired to defraud the EH Paso Tex. March Two
men were disguised only with United States,government by inducing explosions In the rock quarry of the ( good and the abundance of cane ha* Immediately called the lower hocM e:
iiastccbes and goatees? One enabled jcrlnd'ns! to be carried oa to order and in a colorless speech lamj
tile of their bid railroad at
acceptance at a feign Chihuahua and Pacific
1., welghlo between ISO and er cost than conditions warranted on Sandoval. Chihuahua Monday, killed wl.tout inerrap'lon. the cost of pro vlted the members to sign: the oatk
ds. and the other was ICOBotb ducton Is exce. i>lve. The cost of of allegiance F:nsperorichotas.. ;.
contract work in Savannah harbor. and buried nine men and serloualyiujarcd f 0.h'
; ; > were dark-eoznptezlon- They were sentenced to four years'lmprlwnment nine others labor is nearly double the av, raj The conservatives cheered tie mestlon -r" '
wore dark slouch hats and each and for recent years. The Spanish silver of the name of the emperor bat C
ID a nne
They boarded tbe train Is nearly at and the railroad
of S27S.OOO.( which equals the entire Testifies. I par tbe opposition members remained.
the Kansas City Southern rates arv ry high The planterscomplain lent. The socialist members did act
amount paid them by the lathe
governmentfor New York March .-Dr. Wagnerwaa : '
They commenced with the % they are working exclusively until M
enter the hall Goluboff feat
Savannah work. trial 1M
They are now recalled when ,the Thaw
enr. aad one walked ahead la for the benefit of the ral'raad! finished! speaking, when they. came ta '
Jail at Macon
pending the result morning and his :
L.4-catber ,revolver ,In each of the*present appeal. opened Tuesday resumed by' which are charging from ::r to S., In a body demonstratively +
quietly asked the passen- rents for hauling a sack of sugar of After signing the oath, the b&Qot- -a
Defore the ease Jerome
was called attorneys Jerome. Mr. -
"aaell out *o the man be- :325: pounds w.labto It Is
for Greene and Gaynor port. InK for president of the lower Boost ';
announced asked Dr. Wagner If he ;
Lo waa closely following. They aliened that the '';
began. There was no serious disorder -
that the appeal la baaed on nearly brain storm in which the onset :
,. far behind the train audl- :00 assignments of a which recently Increased its stock S3 but the crowds outside the pal-;:
error classified In ten minutes. The Layr
followed him Into the wutbe36ame under /-subjects place i per cent did so to hide the high dividends ace were unruly and several tlBti
Including the doctor could not. "Does the calmness -
extradition proceedings the It Is earning. These It bad lo be driven back by the tataa4,
statutesof with which Mr.
to Jeff, ta the YOeoecll. limitations the question Is said, are almost due to the high try and mounted guards '4?
whether Thaw walked dawn tb..1a1e of the
b. polled his revolver freight rates on sugar.
New York or' Georgia courts had roof gafien and shot White IDdlr.te' f Die
shot the foremost rob-
a at '
New for Post Cares.Washlncton. ..
Jurisdiction and the claim Regulations: to
that the about his mental condition
shot twice at him. The first anything Should Have Far Eastern SquadronSt. March G.-A.a..... iI
Jury which convicted was not legally Is it unnatural for a person suffering '
it wild struck
and Westlake. Petersburg March 6GeneralBatyanotf has been Issued by the postaMstar ;
second struck the negro la Qualified. ___________. from braln-storm to act la this formerly an officer In the general providing new regnlstioat tar
and killed aim Instantly.tben Trial of Negro Soldl.r.Chleaco. mannerr asked tbe district attorney navy Is trying to persuade the emperor governing tbe size, form aDd weight Ti.teas
', quietly made the auditor March 6.-The trial of "I have already told you that I cannot that Russian should have a of private post cards entertag tW.,':
and deliver and hurriedly left Sergeant John A. Griffin of lay down any rule as to conduct
1 troop A. squadron Far Eastern waters at malls. Such post cards must be foals:
as It entered the yards at oC the Ninth cay.lfT. negro far the la insanity replied Dr. Wagner. the earliest possible moment and Is of an unfolded piece of card boaV. the 0this
West lake, tbe' _wounded killing of Corporal Herbert Taylor at recommending that the project In the not exceeHilng three and nlaesbtteenths I
was taken tq Liberal at Fort Sheridan last Christmas was Robbery of SubTreasury.Chicago warships be built In the United States by five and nlne-slxttettai euDe
ptaoe kia band dressed by started with unusual March 6.-A report here and
was expedition before not In Kit rope. The general declares Inches, nor less than two and tarst.-"
.ars.... of the company Judge Land, in the federal court has It that 1000.000 Instead of only that the American ship building fourths by four Inches. They. atsat toe 11J
_I, on aa communication could beAgent Monday night. Before court was adjourned $175.OOO had been stolen from the yards could turn out In two yearsas Inform and In quality and weight,ef' ,
Doaoboe. of this a Jury had been selected, and Chicago sub-treasury, was -denied by many ships aa European yards paper be substantially like the &0..*. ape
witch engine with a posse attorneys for the fruited States and i Sub-Treasurer Doldenweck and the could In five years. Russia Is soon as a.
meat post cards. They may tI.\'fl
for the defense secret service: officials: who are work. IC
i. was sent to Cornell which has completed their to begin the construction of the battleships .rolor with a Ie- ,
%+four miles from here. opening .dd,...... It was made Ing on the case Mr. Boldenweck of :n.004) tons displacementwith any not interfering sheets efpaper I
Ible thin ata
[country surrounding Plttsburgly plain at the outset that Assistant U |I I I followed his denial however with a speed of 21 knots turbine machinery . post be attached Any to them ss ",i
settled and Is dotted with 8. District Attorney Dobyns will demand the statement that the examination of and armament of ten 12-Inch condition may that completely acaeit Gsrd.sdt.
of villages and mining camps.irted the death penalty He characterized the four Washington experts, who guns each. It Is reported these they :
to the card Cards bearing partklw
that the news that a the killing of Taylor as ma. I came to this place and are now vessels will he laid down In St Petersburg of ttassl pea
glass, metal mica. sand
Ilctoue and counting the funds in tbe local sub-
was killed by'the bandits has premeditated and rejected yards this
spring, and It Is or other similar substances wlS tot ",I Isee
:-rapldl ,, and the miners are all venlreonen with conscientious treasury may show a variation from hoped to finish them In four years trfa
.diligent search In an attempt scruples against the death penalty. the amount made public- $173.OOO- b..C"t'tted for mailing except ledn
and lynch the men I I but he stated that it was not anticipated New Commander Now In Charge enclosed In envelopes. .r I
r: Found No Trace of Poison. that this .variation be U either Atlanta March 6 General Winfleld! "I'A> Mr,aJt.
,l Off for Panama. Denver Colo.. March 6.-Professor more or less, will be large. S. Kdgerly. who succeeds Genera! New Party In Venezuela. .jr
;;York March 6.-To the West W. D. Rngle. head of the department ]I William P. Duvall as commander of New York. March 6.-Nlcanorlet. .tlilac
.. the Spanish main and two of chemistry of the university the son of. the late General :f. Bolt
a S2.OOO.OOO Mortgage Filed. department of the gulf Is In the of Veasjzuela. ,
tap at Colon that the Panamark of Denver has transmitted to the herman Tex March 6.-The city and has assumed command of Piranza. former minister of W 0a
> nay be visited the atomm district attorney the results of his Texas Traction company now constructing the department General Rdgerly. .Washington, is one I ofeat
ocher. of analysis of certain of Is I' movers here of the newest party
Hambnrc-Amer- organs Mrs Inter-urban lines betw"oSh..nn.a a commanding looking man of six
te. sailed Tuesday with her Con n. Wright, and her daughter and Dallas, has filed chattel feet. three inches |In height and Is a Venezuela to be known as tbe PrB-1 tI J JI
9'tto l data
filled. In the large are Genevieve both of whom were found soldier Inch do independlente. Mr Boles ; ,
party mortgage and deed of trtt In the every of him He comes '
'members of congress who take dead In their home eight adys ago. office of the county clerk covering Its to Atlanta from Lo \nrele: Calif bring into Its ranks many of W'tI1)J 4members tbnad.
to see the operations on the Benjamin C. Wright husband aDd prospective line btemeen the two cities where he had only. been a .very short, of the liberal party M i. .
of Panama. In the eongresparty father Is accused of having murdered named to the Old Colony Trist time from the Philippines, where he as members of the national and cos''
are Speaker CanJVplsrnirles them br using poison Professor company, of Boston. Mass. for the made aa enviable record for bravery i. servatlve party of which fjj'II Sin
," Curtis of Kansas, and Cajtle states In his report that he amount of 3SOs,41A0.( PrntUlon is General DuvaU has font: to Washington Joe Manuel Hernandez (D 110cbJ* ladRavin
itatlves Sherman IJttanerraa foul no trace of poison Wright to take : the recoicnitesl head The od.tl ; w
made In copy of the Instrument filed: a position on the general a4herence .ff .
.' Vechter Olcott. all of the 1..iJ1 the,ounty Jail and now declares for Issuing $1.000.OOO additional staff made vacant by the remove f dent party will advocate absolats: *' .
Ott New Tork: Tawa.,.. of Mln- that the confession he mad to Chief bonds for payment of obligations of al of General Thomas Barry to the to the constitution "Ir
I-: IXMdenschlager. of New Jer.p4 of Police rtetaney.! Is nrftrue and was the Texas Trust company as they command of the troops now !In Cuba. fore it will favor the successloa
roKlale,.. of Illinois. forced from him by threats and arise and construction of the line and ( Vice l-r-Mflut Gomez but OBfl' ,
I abut**). __jResponsibility for the purpose nt building additional I Pistol Play In a Saloon the uo..&[*n>'l term of Castro. ismB
Deeent Divlae Man and Wife Not Placed. I lines. Nashville Tenn. March 6.-Jess' the term expire in J*.pendents *>
burg. Pa. March White was killed have an election. +
'.-111'. and George FMwards
Terre Haute. lad March C.-Cor. Will be Tried March 14.Iarls. m..,.-"'h t-
Dusen chief assistant general over Leavltt has returned a I wotinde.1 by Cory Weak:ley. '
ier agent of the March 6.-.1bb. Jouta. eC late M on'lay ss the Coroner.tVaahington .
Penn- the Samif4r ?"(nd.* result of a brawl Depew Held by
Ja lines west of Plttsbur*. oa explo- the church of Rt. Augustine, who I, at the 11ft' m nr John Bradley, March C.--&dfIItI
.. eiea oocurre ear hereon lbs
Monday of pneumonia. Two sight Jan. U.-"" found that In'asaueb will be tried March 14 by the Correction Third *% %Vhlte. It I.f Is Chaancey M Depew. on. of tM a'
later his rite! Mrs. Sarah Van aatflaWb *.! Tribunal on a rharpe of "
the evidence ;
expired In an adjoining room.uen the cause of the !t tribalInir: a writing calculated to In- I ly *ot Ib Une of a bullet Intended held by the coroner's InquestInquired wkk .
as to explosion; cite rebellion ...
I and civil war wheninterviewed for \\alter .
was born la Cincinnati had been destroyed, he ooold not ttx | Oliver one of the com Into the wreck in :
year ago the responsibility. relative to a semtoncialstatement I batant, "'.akley. who was arrested. Feb' iG. when 23 persons WIH4kIIJI
._ 9 that documents ro be usedIn Is the son of a prominent business ed. wMt to Xew York Tuesday. *"**' bliss
Is Not Through Ve his pnxectit'on confirm the reports man Ills wife Molll TlVakley. noon to coo.utlUb counsel' for J Ws.-,
March 6V.. J 01.id Was Head of SoldiersHerns.Dayton. that Mar M inrairnlnl. the e\p*I:.1 wss arrest chargedwith who road He said that he had set JJ LSTLa
I fa the Panama en. O.. March .-Colonel J. secretary of the Parts unnclatnre. epndact dlsorierly be o1* M
_\ summoned to set
)10-Jay In sccpt'Cfla ; B. Thom..., governor of the central tile sctlrr'v ,<> prevent the ..I It "f guided by appear of rowo- a a
a tnr-e' r > branch national soldiers home dl*.1 Kina Alfonso tn Psrl. sail l 'hat | Prinoe of Wales Pronsot.i.. -- - ca
gr-sa ::- Tu..4aJ'mot'nlna at tie home neat nothla fr vt .'t, Montsxnta; pap... Lostdoa. MarvhThe prince of
Ca this city He had b... connected have berg c ."niunlcsted to him and Wales, wno bad the rank cf Vic Sir Cone Deyle IH. -- -
itUatloa ataoe its lacwo- that he :a.: '-.,r knew that Mgr '!on.t I Admiral la the lirUUU: navy, has been London March ..-B.rDo7'
had aJU relations with! hia. promoted to be fall .'dr..z I .. tbe author, laCrota ..111th
ptnma'ne puts -. ,<
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r fit.ntfffi*;<]/'" DAILY SUN GAINESVILLE FLORIDA. MARCH 7f 1907 3MY
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NEWS OF CITY ANDCOUOTY : I E
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OF THEJHAUTAUQUA Te ...*... fee Oeeasa i- ..mtm CONDENSED -'"" __ 't: -
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-aM. W eeM ..-l.ta.
Cream Powder last Postmaster nitht from L.Jacksonville O. Lynch, where returned he CASTO RIA '::1'J
Isis s q.at of-Milk. W f r..-*. wttl.ath..wt.r.a.ai. ta. been on a brief bulne trip. '
_ 41. Iatere ticgr Sessions Were $ t..ees, eur.tae*.M4 (w.1.gr.Stwt..s4I.e. jr.M *r sad 4s XV. I.. 11111 barn gone to Mieanopy. 1fffTf1 f '
lJ...sass wttl.U..o.rt.iNr,sad t.. where he will spend two nr three dais Forrnrnnt and Chit
x.w Wednesday. s.rw the his sad pans.le*ev en pobtoxevpt '
the of Dr. H.L. Montgomery
wp.4.e. r.M..I.pe.slb5. sab1.g t. a* Quest !
) BAIN'S LAST TALK HERE aid.Mkfc**,Motif Milk.tee torts 0.. p.ekefte tOC.* ss.t.sg m. 13. 1 Richard Hulme of Jacksonville I* In : The Kind You :
_ . .a'oc + raw, ra..w..r..v I the city. )lr, Holm, who I* a sue It'C: ; L
., t.... .. .fol salesman made his ;
: De* ered an Intcraetlnc and Hoinoreve a} selrr.fuss .- ,. ,
home at Hawthorn for year Always Bought
,, Lecture ea "The New Wo, t CLI'gt: V1' dd.1.t.d tae/ "i
W. F. GrUtotne of Roehelle was In efictablePrcparationlbrAs*
MaWhich I ., .ad >w ce.u to I
and th Old
..en.rt *> 1 the city yesterday. He was accom studlittngttlcfoodat l ula- V
.'4ftaa*>d Hla Hearera.third r Lstrasdmis ne/p. panted by his father. J. R. W. Gris i Bears theSignature
do? (Wdnday of *he lar..:, t..a ent ts./led some, who will remain hr for the I "
annual oeatoa of the Florida The C..w.. thn i.N Ca., 4 Psi. R T. next few days. M" J.I
Cbaotaoqoa. TM another del P. r. D.ri.r.e. t..... redd. eee Among the prominent visitors to I -. t .
oeeen from Very point of .1.IS..d.Jrw. Jd101CM cAZUM this city yesterday was Dr. J. 51. Jackson -I I TtatcEcs'DiFestionC&xrfu1- : tlncssandgtst.Contdhtstld
..loo darioff the day of of the I
r. and each s Bonton; one pionr of 'I'
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well attnd4. citizens: or L>*vy county me uoeto-- '.lpsUUU6"aorpwllC' nor.imla -- II
,I.' the naornlaf Prof. J. R.O. Brown shine) W. Hawk of Baltimore on Is yet quite active, nOlwhb.t.ndID.1 I NOT NAHCOTIC- ? ; .'
Virginia; dllTrd another of his 'Sonvhlne and Shadow Prof. lit advanced age, I .. f,1 :. ..
".int sad Instroetlre leeaona on the Hawks a*a wit and 1.lr.pro.eh- same clever and affable disposition .... rtUZs-fsNCZZ/tTCBff ..
Thoae who have been ace otto able. He has lone been on the plat which made him popular years ago I .s-l- ..: '
attending 'h... I"IU..I form and has enjoyed a reputation in )[r. and Mrs. W. B. Reynolds and 2rca rr. I r e
ell the Bible Conference hare .' bl. line which it not .arp*.."Hl anywhere little daughter of Abicgtoc, III. who I ",*- 1.A.ee 1- f' '";
them *o Instructive and of ocb In this cuuatry. To use the expreMioo hive. been here for the past few e.rae -r r.eMwut.. ',I ..
i Interest that they cannot remain be I. In a elaf by himself month as guests of Mrs. Reynolds' ,: ..' ,
with the re olt that Prof. and his lector today In bound to uncle N. A. Callison. Spring Park w
ia* audience are a* large aa .-.r. pie.... farm left Tuesday for their home. Vsi a ; a
fact be growing In- attend- This 8 I perfect Remedy ror<<; L rlion.
In nay evening, beginning at o'clock. : They were well pleased with Florida O""IIra-1 '
He la n marvel aa r Bible teach there will be a prelude b> the Moo and may decide to return next sea .Sour : ..
,ittatt h it h.ann" apprte!a t. bl_.... tank Lady Qaartette.. which willbe fol : eon. .. \Vorms Co n uLsiolls.!: I n.. Oy e'
afternoon .. ion was well ate owed exhibition the Vita- mess sS OP ;SLEET." H uiThirty jjr ,) M
by an by: A. Ford and Mr. and Mr*. II. A. ,
I.a* It was announced on Tnee graph with It* wonderful morlrg Ford and children have arrived! from TaeS ern k
....1.. that Col. Geo. W. Bain picture., These picture will be then Jacksonville, and are again pleasantly :II .Ji Years
deliver his final lecture of the ..... and b*.' from .aeh h-mU. located at their former home on East NEW ::. ] a
"The N.w Woman and the phere. and an evening of rare enjofment Church street. Tt>.y will taw gladly \
....... The school children were and Inifrtiitlon I. aMored w
welcomed' back a* resident of Gaines I ILxiCT f' ;
,wlth cpecial tariff for this : Tomorrow will be one of the greatest vllle. Mr. FoM' rotitinn with the .
and many of- them showed 'day of the Chmutauqua. owing to the Atlantic Coast Line will keep him on it1-- - CASTOr RIAl : .'
'appreciation by their presence. of Capt. Richmond Pearson R ItU
appearance the road considerably, hot be will be : C3PY; or WRAP.':"). :JJ + tlI
lecture upon ibis oeeaalon Eiobcnn, who lecture In the afternoon enabled' to pend his Sunday with his
a rather homoroo strain, but I at 8 o'clock. family. ... -- ......... ___... ___--. r", II
ante .. full of good .a....- This ee.ion of the Chaotanqoa ate ...liM ..::'if 1:1t.tt.-w: : :::::: ,.., :.1"- ,
'a 1&, wa' really one of his moatllajc ford the most interesting and ..- THE WOMAN'S EXCHANGE. 1, .. I''
effort while here, ando pensive program ever presented here, '..: ,i- alrjijIJRIDALjft
hi two former ape Formerly Opend Wedr*.day After. .', 'I
sot deep n* and oar people are showing their
,proved all the more Interesting prcciatlon by a liberal attendance aid noon Under Favorable Conditions. $ t!
int of Its ease of conception.In opport. Owing to the exceedingly There wa a formal ope i.ing of the1Vtmars's [ '
I* Indeed a floe speaker, and expensive program It will b. "H..r. Exchange yesterday afternoon : ma! (mm.tncorroratcd
feed to be regretted that hlaleewhere this year to dispose cf many more at the library rooms, when the .
prevent him from ticket than at previous eoa. bat ladies of the association tendered a reception _. :
if;here longer even nt the price ticket for the entire and served tea In honor of the Under the Insurance Laws r.f Florida.: ', :
evening the Montaok Lady eoar** are selling l3. O. taking Into occasion.! They have organized under w
of New York York pity. a eootdratlon the el*** of entertain very auspicious circumstance, having > U
i.which enjoy a national rep moot, they are considered cheap. had many new name added to their authorize' C e pital. $1,000,000 ? \' :
was the attraction.They Thote who have purchased season already very flattering membership .i '
fed by Mice 01... In violin ticket are well pleased with the at. II.t. fd
il election.. The quartette traction, which are a* floe a* money Many ales things were sent In. both AN OLD LINE LEGAL RESERVE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 7 n1Cc
'.love orcaolxed.. and ha can ..eu.... In the fancy work and culinary lines. ,, :, kJ
.sea Isla s d C-n ens tl t r R auaife a ea t en.l.yes this ..-m p an y to sail
i quite popular throaghoot the One of the nice thing received was Insurance at fr..m W to 25 per cent le_ than initial coat: in mny". mpani..
Their work was greatly ens.p..lsUy PROPERTY IS BOOMINO. deviled crab, ale and warm which ; pi
.. their Japanese *0.". old like hot cake Order for *am 1 Na.lar1iHjMi1lax rIlrl i>r>*vide a iuarnteed Maxiintim of In.srsaa 'y w
|*!. quartet. wa on the pro Dr. W. Porter Disposed of Five Lot through the Exchange will be fillet] .at. a Guaranteed Dividend ilinini'im." Co.t-tl*. nuch Icwer cost taking the puce *fEiimated !J
> take the principal part of lb. While Surveying. a New Plat. any time. Ala order for different i' dY
lament,the hit of the eveningle kinds of rakes, candies, etc. Also order Every l*..IIry ll.>l Florida L I.. In ttratee Comrany knowsffx,. k.
Property la all *"tlon* of the city date hi. the the cf at '
will the he receir I'o icy exact: cent ntid exact value same Bn.aturity.
of Mice for different of sewing
elating continue* on the move, and I I. being Such 1'4liei.s nw sasses t the best in the ni
._ her own aeeompan!jpeat on transferred with gratifying regularity be -ailed. Apply at abe Exchange for Insurance and have endorsement >.f the most promifieut business mea etc ;. a.
11.. She was compelled to I.- Northwest Galnecvill In apparently information and end in things for have given the subject careful cun>idt>ratM n. .. ort !
Ifw*.third time to enoore. sod. 1 keeping op with the proeeesioo In this sale and help the Exchange and the If yen I. ar* with tbl Cent ay yin receive full vaV( for your m aef.,<: a!;
..ink being .....ocI.. with direction there beieg hardly" a d.y Library. besMe>> your money i i. lent within the contl. of your own State to asUt III' '. b
_ n....aa a mark of nppre but that some record of a sal. I* not Ma. C. A. CotctocoH ChairmanA building up the section tom which receive. 10
.wf her work she was .1,.. the 1.
> made In the office of the dene of the ---------
For rates and other information>> sill on or addrvs, : _
l*aalat. Circuit Court. PROVEN. r
[ram for. today will be n* remarkable FACT W. L. HILL '
Dr. W. Porter mad. a most Special Agent, Gainssvills.FU. .
t 1. ... the Meet Skep. "
.sale a* reported by Surveyor JW. 1k..ld c..l.re :
sal and Biblical exposition .t Ita T....... J
Patton. To.Id.J.Jr.. Patton had heal - - - -
,'J. R.O. Brown& 1Q.o'clock I been employed to male a survey of If there 1. the .TC\t..t d 1-bt In the, JA.. M. 0...... President H. E. T.yt.oafabin Jz.THE' .
i at o'clock by Arthur (Sun* rultMl t>r soy that Dandruff germs 1o no* Cashter
some lot In Brown' addition North tt1l.ld. their belief U com'*r.Vt b. thVfart Lag GBAUAX. A..t.
writ Gainesville and while the survey that A raUblt: tnnocuiittrh: ( the :
versus tcam Ixald In six weeks' Cm HifnSTdonNA'fI "
was being mad th. owner sold tire '
It Total h*> T l.rent t? er.v Mry.n
lot*. therefore thit ?!se only pr*- "n&.t
d .*" .f *' .- "rmwhf'h -
ItTOUtlTnouncmttiT These 10'. are desirably located foresidence Le.Xne. u the >i g
set I..ueAesef.&!Iv! a "?o np't.h..t1rs
purpo* by those who desire one hun ir..1 ter **n'. .-r ....- by OF : : .
to live In that ..elon. and it U onderttood the. .rt1::.... n .C Xew.rYa !t. -p..I 'I.t.,
Dn tr""* t. f+'.-1 hv the a..n+ /"'""n UNITED: STATKS DKPOSITORY ..j
that will be built -
up which < '""_ hsl1nraa and ein be pr.a
,,--,.., with the same r.mS.wb".
( [ an early day.SEWER J4.rr: td.. Capital. . . . _ _ .$50,000 00 1 :
A"c.no sni..tttute. "'te.trsy' tt- Surplus 50,000 00 v
PIPE ARRIVES. cause you remove the .> t"
Pntd b v 1* 1'e ,'rn .'-'I.! .*.. tv f: interest Paid on Swings ALlcoaal. and Certifleate of Deposit. AU lJuiMtI 5 It
I .t'',"1't,." .. ,mp1. to 'The 1..01.- r*. : Transacted Promptly. 4 i 8
After Long and Impati.nt Walt. the .
5 have just received a T3.-tr& ,M-l H.Z. TAYLOR CeahUf.KSTHEi ._ ;
Fore* Has Resumed Work. Two .!*.*- cent and $t.0.. __. e.1
Carload of the Celebrated --- ---- - --------- ;
J. 8. Bndifon A Co P"ciala.ar...
After a long and. impatient delay. : S. JORDAN.. W. W. HAUPTOJ. p,
IVABD CLEANABLE .
-- - - - -
canted by the failure of hipment tat
LINED R E piping to arrive Contractor Jlerman ED"VQ""" RDS':
rEEATORS, and can suit who I* constructing the sewerage. has OPERA HOUSE JORDAN & COMPANY he
at last been enabled to put hi* force to
in any style or price. work again.
I Two earloadt of piping, which have Sataraa March 9th T
We told last
eventy.tix sea been en route for several weeks, have - -
and refer you with pleasure at last arrived:aoj the contractor lust
=::oar last year's customers no time In having the same unloaded Gorton's FamollsMINSTRELS PORTED BLOCK GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA
sale made last year is a Contractor Bentn states that one .j f
carload of piping vhippel from Bir
testimonial 'this season. Dire 10 tb. old..J
mioghtm. Ala., In December 1006 has Life and Accident eomp.ole. I- :
not yet *hown up." and a tracer bas -
Es ICE- -Lfjoks tatter - :- --
11 i a colder temperature than been Tb.unable failure to of locate material it to arrive re. PRESENTING' 'WILLIAM 1 ANDERSON NI i Stanton Foundry & I Ichine 11-1 :
other on the market.FARANTEED serious delay to the I t
suite In a work \Velbf and ..'1. Cameron and To.
TO GIVE which could have been finished several l.-do. Raymond and Jacob*-Crescent I. C. :
'month earlier bad the e delay not City Quintet. I
rigeration, with less occurred. __ ____ __ Sam Lee. Jake Welby. Ralph Kiot BICYCLES and I PALATKA. -:- FLORIDA 4
any other make to- of Board aer. Kane. -M. .auf..,turer of-
EARLY. Meeting Reese William. Charles Cameron. I
The regular monthly meeting of I Lansiugh Br.a.r., Wm. Frank and 2Oi Supplies. Iroa: tIll! Bn ss Casting till lickM \ i
of Count CotnmU.ioner. other. .
the Board 1 i -_ Castisfr
Grate Ban THospoata ;
and Board of Public In.lru"loD.r.. Celebrated Concert U.od-Solo. and ,
iVILLE held Tneday, the session of the former I I| selections noon and evening. Arrary (.r hallos Ulryrle. Hep! lrla* Railroad and! 3111 Castings<< .-:, 1
being continued. over Wednesday GRAND STUEEr PARADK FOL
and Repaln.O .
aa th. official proceedings are LOWING.
sal at Miller' C.ABT E Y DLZ
'iata ...... I''
UNION S"I. r tsassta..wu r .tzste
C R .,r. ..- -.J' a w a&aM_ aL iD cy YOCK11.IIE g. "
THE 1VAILY SUN: 6AIKESVILLE FLORID MAHCH 7, 1W>7I
::S. .':9'i' rmNEE: 1 i THE NEWS FROM ARCHER '
': S SCORE THE i
Delightful En..I rn..t. Which Wsi '
.A -- COAST LINE i Well Attended. 4't
;, ATLANTIC : See US
\ | Archer March 6.-Born to Mr. and!
6rr: 'i) I i Mr. C. A. flarrod. Saturday, a floe
I .% ', Jakrriew in Savannah News Laid. girl Mother and baby doing well.
\! for I i for Ail :Mr*. S. 8;ouon from Kotomo. Ind.. Mrs. Mallnda Akers, of Basham. Va. writes:
\ :Blame to i ha. arrived to spend the winter and "I 1 h:1dvh3t doctors call 'prolapse/ couldn't
-- visit friend here
.. CHARGES stand straight. I had pain in my back and
REPUDIATE MI Chenowith left Monday
.. THEY I j ** Mary t
for her home In Indianapolis. lad sf shoulders and was very irregular and profuse.
pe That if the Engines Were Not ter a visit to Mi** Leila Bauknlsht. Doctors said an operation was needed but I
:t ;. Warn O and the Track was in Good .j 1 Joel Tucker of Live Oak I I. her via couldn't bear the thought of the knife. After taking
Cendition There Would b. No Troy. igh Class Itlng his wife for a few day. t three bottles of Wine of Cardui. I could walk
An entertainment wa given at the
..-Haw. No Desire to Shirk around. Can now do my housework and. am in
I Monday night was very "
I r EHlur SOD \\-e hare read an insknew much enjoyed by a large crowd k"
, la The ....ann..hlurnh.J: i A fairy drill by eleven lovely. little Cardui is a pure vegetable medicinal essence.
i ,,1If.... nf F.-b. 27'h -laHTt* to the engi girl w"* beautifully done. The en*. especially adapted to cure women's diseases. It
bela..D a m a.ure rr.Kinuhl.' tora* were white, covered with silver
? ...rI Plumbing relieves excessive
c for,... eon j-ted condition of trsttl stars adding very. much to their periodical pains, regulates
.IsBt; R the Co.t Line auf I" reply w,.liv t eauty. It was a hard ar.d long drill irregularities and is a
.', p gatay that )1,. Walters gives Only 0... but the little folk went throngh it& safe pleasant and rena ADVICE
.I .tit II .*... inform ulrhnot mistake. which speaks well WrM* .. -
.Iv t *ids of the que :n i, a liable remedy for all : : .:::. = ,,::
rf')1) t s4 by the ruund.hou.e foreman .h.AI for them and '11.. Leila Bauknisht, w sick women. In successful r:=: 4IID e
'; Iks six' ergineers who had reported V/s Do ItRICJHT 1 I who( trained them. Several tableau a use for over 70 A ; ..4 "" C.X.> *