Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: January 1, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01344
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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fastnih it over aleely with


ae, hoUper. We sbould
*oeaphmgWry fortfresh Air as
Afl Watirally thirty for pure
W,, 1The old-fashioned Ideas eon-
..Nui ,f' fy li i,, or bed rooms are
oW, feft tely oat of date and
teal [t reived.
"4.' itronulation.
4# g debts as
l r snee with
sam rer. Buy y" es of the
0e8 e i. "SM*p home in-
ioant bom oerprise.s and
S thme me all the work
a have to lt out. -:
Stakes a pretty o learn
someone ose et. this
id would note t* if one
n hadhad to iUlf erythintg
himself. Say w e y, we do
to know what o folks are do-
and how they 9 W tmay not
t thi knowne? asy ply around,
nobody 1 d g, to see just
e atng is, het ally we try to
'tbe goAi t su ooessfal men
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being llt isen of their own
repreested in the Oong
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It is Mid that the Amerl
ooatented man on general
always ready and often wa
his home or his farm, or I
and seek some new place.
a business descend from fa
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o hy hosi HNolr par ',Ws1nsh be I t hat II

band Waa. a n Mned aa ame so med Obu
6ihage (yon tow)'a well as be MI sp~tin if sApar life
, al tqa oqsh. ho- as tiht .or to ,. G t. t
byeeof the edlro aod Ma10 nd t sto l torji a l ..inSWor1 OVE....... .
I rmwhy hr Gason. Her pe1rttr la etn heid m


.oue ,. Mrsm ak. s.otaHenery and Mrs. Wiler...a.. 5 St..
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in fxoli- bson one it i driou the holda s.A 'f "RS I I i I
a raxe o 0 o. ne90 to pri asaol.
Sby ovn the Shot May Ptha. Fhew ft"Ot a i 1ii
sel. In the Tifton, Ga., Deq. 3I.-Ad4dl, the 1 "s t *oft.ilf
hi v Norman park, Was shot ad perhaps ift
me s.d make fatally wounded by a lad named O0b,
ife for soam. on- One night during the holidays. A MR t Gunk
Share on the negro had purchased a platol from a
ad their ehIle merchant of that place, and a lot o 1
lay of eitherabstorw Itewalk Inth ehands -o THE EVERE
n republic or Gibson when. by some means, the
res of this weapon was discharged, the ba.l e ter. 285 W Bay StJAO I
ean is a *the heart, passing almost through hit s t ra, t 11
loan In a di body. Il s. condition tI precarious.
prinolples, Young Gibson was arrested, but the
ntin to sell general opinion is that the shooting IAI. 102s", 6
his usi onso was seldental. M
Rarely does
ther to out s.o An( TF fT U nAi TV
msit the place O PTmL'A 1,M I TV'm PII U


were ous uoyaood was spent thirty
years later, and there is left but little
trace of old playmates, friends andr
neighbors. 16 a way this restless spir.
it has beeu a great developing agency
for the country, and now that eve tlihe
most remote and heretofore unknown
sections of the country have been vex-
plored, settled sad tested, we look for
a greater degree of stability in the
people.
Congressman (Cromer of Indiana will
make an effort at this session of Con.
gress to increase the pay of the .iral
letter carriers. He says: "My view i.
that the rural carriers should receive a
salary of $S0 a ybar. I think they
should be allowed also a vacation of
fifteen days a year on pay and that tl e
method of selecting their substitutes
should be changed so as to be identical
with the method of choosing substi.
tutes for city carriers. Now each rural
carrier seleets his own substitute and
as there is very little work for a sub.
statute under such circumstances it is
hard to get men to act in that
capacityy.# .. .
The Japanese advance in advertising
in all else. Here is an illustration:
wrapping paper is as strong at
0i h of an Plephant. (rGods for-
IyWee4 +IiUh the speed of a cannon
btl. Me simlks and satins are as soft
ma the eheeks of a pretty woman, as
beNutsful as a rainbow. Our parcels
aot packed with as mush care as a
l ueg married woman takes of her

Deafnee Cannelt be Cured
Bly local applicatione, as they cannot
wach the dheassed portion of the ear,
There esly one way to ears deafuao.
sad that i by constitutional remdiese.
efshtee ie sealed by an inflamed eon-
ditioa of the m s ous lialeg of the
estaebleaW Tube. Wben tbis tobe is
laftssd yoo have a rumbling sonnd
'>r imperfeest hearing. and when it is
entirely aelOed. deafoaee is the rult.
an'd ules the inflammation can be
taken nt and this tube rmetor4 to its
normal condition, heerrag w.il to d-
tr,) rd forever Niame eame ut oif ten
r# catived by eStarrh, which Is notth-
S' as s$1 ina4 eondit i.n- ",f the
., s>irft'Hs
w,'l give un,' l..n.!*t': 4,i'a~** fur
s.- of de(fe* eased tiy Ve-
th lt esara.t t- e,,rd t7y Hla;,'i
,* C '. .' rill for c!relart ,
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FIRF, A(CClI)KNT, HUROLAZY AND HI~MM1146
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Owl"g to The satim moset eliC4
IWhA hbeeseum -- 16i hetoe 00
WAIVAein o ef bthgou
Moe"thigmetimg oat ae )qn6S rif
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all pvoweree in Iesda
4e~abbTrs


ho Land at wort% P" *,
MI&Allla. ~ Ia c.31,l.0- Pw a
Xf. SPenCer rw'al a paper as 1"Ik o
ppababilityv oft Lanuto Ia te VIwkwqwl
Sb* rA~toftk ik bef OWe the OMthI
,4M attsa fer theAdu eueut Ago
Ilsem it* 4eelare4 hsAla stg
%"4 esVOlac hids thlb" u
took at amegels


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~ntall9Miaw I h ~~
Ths 0 !yV%* t h a A.are.of
Ni 6iaoLh ~ttr of the bones
qtli. oo h4A JW removed. Thle

Mr~aft, aecrat1a' of war, hasor-
4ai4re that the ne* icet 4stabllshed
fear CWlW 81"Sprig, 96-- adjacent to
CO~ck rauwa ?aVk. b;sawd Part
Ogestio"p, tuttooider Ara4 t atgveipo
of 060".~
Jn A wr~sIf"%Mateh bt wea Ohas

Ot the Atlanta Aft~letisC0* pjotheto
GraM oer ovem 60, AU~ta iGa.. an
Thursday night. Pwter m'. declared
wisser to 4% minutes. PRobrt Wal-
thou, acted au Smelteeper.
The Interstate commerte COUMiaSlOR
by stipulation of coftesed hasFist-
pmond Iniefathely the usatafg of ar-
pumenstalikthe caseeof W. 3L Rearet,
ot No* York. aralset the asithrdto
esWslarryWX ralluie. The swm-



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te IM t "Kavingbeest roebted wit

aseafte .4iv .w kkSI
K 10ftftlso6" se' aes Ise
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SWarGOCt*?*WetrUsesU O
U~rlaham Al..Dec. 31.-W. e.
A ~Clutiat A of Amiale, a
tow% vruwt~.ot Is the abftmeat is
Akbg 1. ILM ls.as om A& Lak
a"eat eedceor, It soeemthat the few
stotei beesese t he eem4mater bad
'entd tLbe Wosa40404a" bioroa hW
statism it is amp*. thas fty"
UMs dr"nk1ng. MOO ha beft wg


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"Dsmociats Y VOW aw.01A.
t1 aarpaa o eve~~uela~this see.
Ab the sjp"Iail feton t.
04Got Ws )da dredtI% selber of the
pum* guwmbiy to ae~ott~ hete vo Yo
.Ilk hi,- u feootft ubtween Iraas
Ia e I.It erbsh4** bltcaa
414t0 restulxted sin; 0ectio at fPeA.
was cousi4f a~t 1.8 iithe'-wh(
but so rnotio $4the 3e~uh.
lileus did, i 4- eMember 1w


tax aSt 0*6 k~htcars 1141211
leade IsW*r* deraled and
almost ~ltl eoihd h
locomotive, was-~salithtly dmaged.NMa
of the train crow wagis 1juid. ThU
wrack was oleel44by 9:40 o#clock.
A 114avappte Hantatles.
The first, oom ation 1i tartiag a pin..
tipple plaj~itlon ja to cft Oatthe haw-
mock rowtla and ce'pr thae av
though ftae, tatwips.of the iarpr tmes
Ame left- standing. The..VI" vie, "wic
are simply growths ,ftow the add
Slentit, are t W# iy "t Wwiut ao
Od stick' stib. ratwer f Z-Ow u6 th
adw, Ot fte" pmaturn in about
aegbt~es"mon'ths, a%" wben thm ee ce
,ame scred. figas nosy YUeKsA*h
Aids are mbamdouedht We tsceltoft.
09 surface again cdeafl M sdPkimte
on, towa tees


Poeto Abeot rieshtagr.
Il the ondinary resplrattionoft an
10 or 17T cubic Inche of atmosphlarl
sir paus into the lung s W time a ta-l-
ute or a cubic foot every 'tl miutam-
2'4 cuic feet Ina 24hour. rhe aImp
boMl U cubic tet. At e*cb relra-
tion 1.375 of xwgea Is coverte4 lato
carbonte acid gas. The nitmagem ta-
eptred and expired Is exzlat equal.
Durlag the set et lo ptration the mla
have been teud to be thetoltet parts
of the bod.
aMotmr tMaOM*.
Vrginila-I have leaked the matter
over tree all aola. c e offar a
fwtuw and HaRetM ol t bmt bli
braits. S laat-1 anposeyo wilt take
the om you lore the beett V rgala-
I hatv, aeehuded that I cam take bet-
ter are of Jack's *mI thea of Rea-
eitl's bf s.-N.w YTork Prom.
s. eSo U ****
wlt-r -In mAls Sfar t e atd of yew
daughter I fel that ai aowerthy et
her- lawyer Pes-Agh ar, aageT.
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Ro~',Ooroat 00..$50 to $7.50


Men'S Sweaters, Boys' Sweaters, all

A Howard Hat SS. All the latet
style and shape.
Florsheim ShoeL, Heywood Shoes,
Monarch Bhirta, Fine Tie, Stick
Pins, Men's Jewelr, Etc.


YAt patronage requested and appreciated.


' MARCUS ENDEL,


Outitter to Particlar People


GAINESVILLE FLORIDA


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P Tl Spstasaber& S. C.. Dec. 31.-Ia ad*
|lOfttie y to the CI im of assault ald 4
^tt ea p4 'Ift~wrw Jbha Oooper, Robert Clary LD .. T-I.TL-. !. -
hbaot hae aafter ladlotinett rqlstewd
k iWtalt Na by thefther of the young "6e yesoon 6 7W a >re r ation Me t" Wowor."
m who Is the alleged victim of Clary.
fIt S stated athathes Cooper beoam: Title is what you pay for when you buy land; therefore
ele s from the wotadt admbo know what you are buying.
'-i .= byaryt* -__Attr took a
tr"at46 whleO the former wore to his
S Peosbi "~~~te time. *r watch was Titlew ordinarily Invisible orreWtly r ed to you by,
$ fad co Clary after his arivet. He
l b aa bearins*g on i The Alachna Cont -Alu m Cm
p*0tlolel^y to allow him to appear ntot
eu*oca CwnC, Gnaxio.esrxrelle, ledEiox d a.


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Pair warmooW
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Pound a Owe, for Indligetion.
th iver ustes Obamberluiu's Stomasah and
i" ". Uan"er Tables. for Indigestion and findTh- M
~ia Wo~s~~wsa.,ShedS thasey SONt'my ces* better than any T eM
La" bqdyspepuia "063e7 1Ihawe ever AtI
7 ~ IinM~*~i~ tr iled and I have used %many different
Wil W eedise. I-am nearly fiftly-one yruff
4ie~ms$0teeeteuof as*eand have saftered a great elOn the A. and. S.
s~e5u~4.eshefrom ld11 lo.Ier otem.
Ith asyi I wantto o.O"W.E
loo, A o out, RokMlk, Ala, For Wt$ by ati gone Better inI

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the State at $9 a Day. Portern ,
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IMPORYAI*T-NOTION.
,this DIMc* Oospap Every Patrem of
USTIalt g ri 1 o, Etrwo plamt for


,wi awn. w "r ,iMe i
t ope. Wh 4le
irNeswher, will ,arve
6 LAai t opon ,this appoIts.
tl, ad It goes without saylsg that
"WIlll fll p0osllos well.
Mi Hamat Ise ateins tha meet-
Ieg of te SetUean EdnZatael Board
*4 SItae eaohers' 'AMe s tlon ati
eashoRTill e, from whtleh lty he e.-
peSt to proeeed to Tallahasee.
A Grim Tragedy
Is daily enacted ti thousands of
homes, as death olalme, I sesh one,
another victim of sonsumptlou or
pneumonia. Bat when ooofla and
sold are properly treated, the tragedy
Its aveted. P. 0. H tley of Oak.
adeao lad., wrlts: !'My wife had
the oonabmption, three doeters gave
bet op. Finally she took Dr. KIeg's
New Dieovery for Oomasption,
obugh and solds, whleho ured her, and
today she is will aed strong." It kill*
the germs of all dlseasee. One nose
relieves. Quarasteed at 60o and $1,00
by all drugglets. Trial bottles free.


was shakion. hade with old friends I1
Wldsor thetpUt we. ek.
the people of Mocsauta qnd repatt
the suar eme arop ean good Lhll
lrre 1.
NIP IT 1K TH BUD.
Whet Apavam- .et 3M.kant a v.es.
0a et ofPatoi l' m
tit murh to the t w ueau Mbn em.
luslvely proven by soletbe research.
IRof. Unna, th noted ,Ibepen tite
ipeolatt, doolaeo that dandru t the
burrwed-up eutlle of thi sOp. namud
by pamltes detgroyt, ir6l vitality In
the batef buf. The hair 1*M iSItlem,
tnd % tam tl at Can pro-
NewbMr's trplolde )Iut this addru(t
Im, aud restores the hir to Its natural
softnefo and abolndany.
RherpplMde Is no oused by thouuMnds of
PeopW-All smttised that t Is the moat
woudeful hair Omparatdon on the mar.
kt to-day.
eold by leading druglto. Sead ISo. In
stams for sample to The Eer#lclde Co.,
Detrot, Mleb.
J.. L edlArd CA.. s pelat Agents
THE DAILY SUN. tOc A WEEK


al bt ry .rwtv wbher.. .
S What ,he ,l.ow
An IAatsNtairttfct not i nerally
kIao 1 -Iud to the dlplomatie
ps is1 that a mwaber of that aasrut J60L
body cannot, pndar the penalty of ... .
glot foprimand ad danger of ell
applr at a tancy ball la the nastloal
eattume. This fact wa- developed one
evening when a large fancy ball was
given at one of the private houses oin GOA1HESILLI F + lU .
the same evening of a preidenttial r -e- I .
exception to the diplomatic corps. Thoe ,
of the diplomats who attended the. i n leral h ,fiti t
ball later In the evening were obliged
to first change the court costumes worn 1 EC Uh
at the White House. Inquiry on the leU
part of cutlous friends developed the i *
reason just stated. MamutaWorMerst and DeaIsiaf
----- *e*t r Fr Rubbe rt
Greatly in Demand. M 'r ,
Nothing to more in demand than a fI a P;1
medicine which meets modern require. IiSiile
ments for a blood system cleaner -
such a* Dr. King's New Life Plll., -
They are just what you need to cure Orden by Telegraph or Telfl
stomaheb and liver troubles. Try them.
At all druggists, 25o, guaranteed. will nll m dve t attelstem.


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The tract of land lying in the northwest part of Gainesville, situated in the southeast corner of the prop-
,rty formerly owned by DaOosta, on the hard road to North Gainesville and one block south of Steenburg's
ld home, will be cut into good-s zed residence lots and sold AT AUCTION on easy payments on


Thursday, January 6, 1905, at 9:30 a. m.


THE TERIS WILL BB EASY Only one-fourth cas and the balance in nie mo hly payments wil intee at the ratse f 8 pr c p an


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And everyone who attends the sale will receive a chance on it, whether or not they bid or buy. FREE CARRIAGES TO THIE A&
marriages will leave the Brown House promptly t l9:00 a. m. on the morning of the sale, and will carry everyone who wishes to o, fre
charge. Everybod/y in il'd to lake the rild. (Gainesville is growing every da and property is increasing in value each day, and this pro&4
in particular is so situated that it is bound to inorea as soon as it is divided and sold.


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of ar Yo.Ic r-ll rresponsble opilamlse. p Itssr Dy air D
of the lie textile cml. thisI mor" st bshe0l Jene.0=*Ms hoO
to consudor the quoeos of o rselsonnterd ad of t*booqal. JDWT.aoheand NewYo.
'*IauHng or sadiss" the oatto, mill 4i0M sed 0io frame q mde -No. 0-1Wusbiatons s1ar lokipd
*I hold the divided attetlou ot f wererooe jarhotly throughst.o oem. b1a atIw m s e 0 I ftsed.Daily Pullman Prawlag
"tire city. Allclassesofcal. "Or. lss Gl ted t@ ds bee egt^ glearIS*N"u NeW VI NWV.eMosleeplooar Ja vllle s
Ssatire Ct. Altbeons@e amorna-ewt e well os a so. C*S.o Biwa waft ai m 7`0 0s n Now York.
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dpes b alwaay4" t on the vOte AtAserMo.N.o 0 .-
t tal vote of the eve o All qeesslo rupin tn the he I R'SSING CLUB Ar -
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7U cotton1mill strike win coaftwe Os boors from I05. me. to S p. a.
su owl ols sleeping oar beween :wk.
Wreelt. sonvillo and Ot. lLO, Cub.
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abrNA1046d01. 0aw"of Vaes sariete tot smsu le parAM 'Me yonu eleprompt gam good a$-
lain we .eMes their way fhum wa~asliheool be sealed MWc~ad odrnsd t0U tHie 0191I r" o pesplw b* 1huow lWashlogton and
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BA^ 0011 s" 1 ie beoerey. Vitt, saidulamft ids da h he ep ae
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1(B_ aa(w1fl 2.S!! poae a bdeotse bd lot sad dGdayoftwowlt s Pietates,
S*f C l i..... ally's. He teporlt, an ra e. * .
oo sB f UY er The freight thd Pa on of th a l the i e J. W I to thlt esiO pO-
f A a A. L.,, of.&Goi A,. L. 0j. as oI. t$hh the p
.'A of A s loril l be closed ibe outir day on MM. wSongtiak it Taoa C t.e l .L
f h oik statehe. s othatoen Cld did
(g ae the Oye t Ortl oy 0oo dda, ,Jan. ffor the oisra of -
A was blo she l Brom Home Now Year. ,The shipping public i o lat d will al io v ll t tTon in 0 -.
ei.ee beogovrndirdhitly. hi anoetin, nd thaittheer.opsaireM lY.uJUeof..,
fan la a on two. !.. .Atent S. A.L. pr .
J ..M fot l travel o m wn In his. Las& f EG o pr.F.w
W omaalde a fi tide fa this J N. IKoIAn, AgentlA. 0. L. Wt N. Di h Irebd from E. Gibon's Cihrta'! Fl_.r .s
B .o1. as o handsome building lot $n C r m o Giltt st iFoNr. Nowl-
oeBad iesa shrst.asaCdarrodposeo
wn s O rBne of Qalffornsa, .o nS. A t e d t inery, Art Gift oys*.
e o r la n from rhooia. t on er ly date to begin the ereto p .
M Iadl He was finally N e f U K of a handsome home. This is e ofne o p
SjdMterty 5ab uo Pain 111the mrnst deirably located balding d Full Line Ladiles'oft
ott Inattooh did andIt affected a rlos i thee lty, and the frileds of Mr. Po f.
S IinimDt le for anf *ale areG ogrtmatlng im upon Iti Clothing Exp"tPd ouil.
?17.J. A. Ofmand of JeWlso, prl- 1 1 hI P "
MiO.d AWof %lho bool at that ple., wa W.sZ Mons of 8partsburg,. .C.
p i thoe el ty yesterday. Prof. Ormoud aV 7u mn who as beon here for smo time s tU TAl
blo ben spending the holdaye with ftheer i*** o* eauves,. doparted yftol'er-
S wlsotlveB at hie old home, Orange day for Meilstosh, where he will spend CAFI.-RuTAoUNAT.
49.1s, He expects to return" to CH IST fMw 01 d fw as with hie bro.ler, ,apain
:ham&i eIn a day ortwo. 0. Nans . Meansis well
tlo seanrpe of hand ome design plealith Gaisvilllo and Its p o-
NVOy ba boom pl ed on the floor at the of.- ple, and says he would not object to
ir .ot, as of ted inelr nanufaoturing C om. After the living here permanently.
paay. whilh adds greatly to the neat- int Wa Mn t ollowi, county aeuper
Nlm.. .ne of the plae. Manager Lips. N TI JAD IntendentA of hool and State So- r
S0? oomb e to up-to.date In every way, and l tendent-elect, retued yesterday
Sthe publlo apprelate his dire to gi ve I l I from Jackoville, where he has been
S good sedervice.inattendantce st the meeting of the
hsbas Attention IsI directedf to the change of Southern Edueational Board and Flor.
Sti ed to the of In our history, we wish Ida State TelNhers' Association. Prof. o oo"
avetise.s nt of m Wilsoni, hich to thank our many Holloway expeeta to make his depart-
appears elsewhere In th isssu e. Mrsre tomorrow for Tallhase, where
SW rtfllyclaims the title friends and patrons foro for Tallaha her
1 he "TheBuoStoe.," for the lar foroe their betal _tona on Tuesday he will be> nuanrtaed Iin- (s corner gout or poeomo.).
aofo sa allme osad IJsladie re kept and wish one add as ct. hi anesd higthyt heresponsidbl ereo" Unele S mu. kp 'e.
I redu aos y wati g po ns- o eo N ew Y eafl ee. H o states th athe di slikes fori Vblte IU 306-.
ir to b" l --- -- oflte oour ,Viso o eOYLE',
athis 0.0. Hds o te. clr rep n. We ar till t the old tr;.uer the f.firs of his county .
s ative of the BkerA I loime Oompnt. Stand, ind hive a few god t his suoet Dr. J. L. Kelley, be- u0 11 b
ks J onvIllle, *is returned from n lft ai d will be pleued to fore hil departure. .... .o. C e .
^i Loulivil|e, (0., where on Chrismas he have yOU call. My New Year RelsotIon. BIOmr Hous crne,
i attelned a family reunion and diner ____________ _______ Resolved That on and after J Oa- OivllJe, Fl-rida.
ion. Thore were tea families, repro A small lot of that She oickets wil be required to -d-
o t- sagfour geas, t this re- good e left at 2 7i for 905 bm ae osig bead lls.
* a4 aie- on wa a moss ieaoyable on.. 100 u SaCk. Alrea cno n boS wi rollb tri I o hr Mys alets
... positivelybe. no tevitien fm ibis tie SM. 1b -d trt-|snes


a A.- Ripley, team. June 1. 1901. -the kind that is good: a r. I
or* Dr. W. Hall, St. Louis Mo.-Drar first-olas. Laim -of Gainea e e.
SC. Hair ving tried various roomedi s I asIntroduclng in arT eUcy Co
IMe of wiho satisiatory renmlts. I ws per.- the famn om BI illra oter
sWrd l to yeia 'e "Txas Weeder" .uld a Nia i e, *
u sedo. Ieve m oe btle, sad Just recited: Rg d totio eth e y aM etiew for IMhe-
AIw" tea reowm aeze and
Irs. of. Itstand.sg m Art S.gen-sig st
iS s" S ro"Be dd sb. me By ft r Cat W.It Ds..
lineinth various grad. pa f sj gowng WeSe th .*t*ggW
oMe Pastor ItaptetOChrel Riply. Tent. Aent wsted. dd.
*t it A rEASe wtoAs. Stoes 1 Shoes I To .* Pubi l. Te dl o iawml. Can save you money on
., o- A TExAs wOE. bSe oe I oo i 04i of Onslbo le of aie Tex wo,- o n.B J an.ar st, -tr .oee l o A L L your pur-chatm-
4 h r. w, tHall's reat DIoe. e** .n The Ki_ Ql Shin fir the l.ThiWeSOp the Sa mWmay.
Yo"wlSi w gae weerg o or 1!malL
hMdey and bladder tasubles, removM mu at $5. -- sees sad operating 6he ltesery For the
reil. earn diabetes. eom.ol ,le- it 2i.00, O vfW i. Headto, M esto.Ume,,. All &-to
ageS -esk -siad t-e bks. i Rea- coats mMl be we. d n4 a bo,
mnes. tT sad all icrregatstte of tshe Ct i.tmtM edshet tCa. ns aa vnouly new e ofn
liared S-y a1d btaddta tontoh aeend sa beeho wall bte opeed. ad sU pesren SUB US AND BE COMVsNCm.
t.al women. l tEaSWNe Rsehee to ub I- I o osihe on mis rqoatd t
aftiofd i a=dr o A*- iotabgM' M c, o s thder ai p.claoe
wr.11 be eat by mnoeall a 1maIKiB in R UW e- a(w-waIsb" toeted withs
riW OIe small 10Wto0 s i"aem w samu vh l5tewt o omr a5
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