The Gainesville sun

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Title:
The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
Sun
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Newspaper
Language:
English
Publisher:
H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
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Frequency:
semiweekly
regular

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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates:
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )

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Archived Monday issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection; these issues have been reproduced within the run of the daily ed. for the years <1905-1909> when the daily was not published on Mondays.
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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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University of Florida
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oclc - 32993937
alephbibnum - 002027045
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UF00079930:00490

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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)

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Published Twice a Week.-Monday and Thursday


VOL. XXIV. NO0. 7G ALNESVIL14E, FLoRIDA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 190. ONE I)OLLANI A YEAR



RUSIANS REPULSED bI.enllot staltoIBLIZZLRD IS RAGING Iaoho .E-i-R N 1v1
-it ~~~~~ ~~ ~ et oftiru F.ina W Wliiiris Genoraly LaRe-iid 1 iS M R
BY THE JAPANESE at! i~iv tCt alarmi whichflE gretted-- Other Notes
__________ wh \%,,! calt pronounced it- ton, who has been~ int West Florida for
a 't o f pl ain '-ira Ii n and adtv ised several ni on tli, is at lituui oil a visit.
Mikado's Soldiers Re.Capture that M1rs. Eno- Iw t-euioolet at once to Harbor At Now York AlMo~t I W. (I. 11arrison. the, popular mAnl- Coufflu. A, I,-4 Bctt EtwceutI
a salnitaritin. !,u! thii could, not be ige~qr (if tilt tr. F. Futehl Co_, one', of the.!
Their Lost Ground. done, as s~i(,Ne \i itlout mecans. Los Blocked By Iho. leading litsvs hou.wav hevre, i4 criti- an I IiiIAift..
of rt~atives by dt'.it h. accoumpauted by (ally ill,
RUSSIAN LOSS 4,000; JAPS' 20 the loss of her fortune. reducing her TEXAS IS COVERED WITH SLEET F. X Smith arrived from De'Land NI \ ,IN GORKi Y IS N01' RELEASEO
-front -, lift of luxiii to one( of pover- Thureday night, to attendl the funeral
Japanese Believed that the Russians ty, i'z thought, to liniio weakenedl her Mercury Drops to Lowest Point In of htio unvle. F~. E. Williams. wh011' Ove'r e'o I iu ndrec have Seen
Will Not Attempt Any More Flank mtiol. Many Places--lf Cold Weather Con. death occurred Trltirsdiiy atnon Killed at Wai i'w Sei.-e Strike BMovem~ents Soon-Russians Had tinues, a Complete Suspension of W .Pototi oigt 6 ai ol-iA areTietn h n
BROKE PROFESSSOR'S SKUL!.. at Ol'd Town. Mr. and MIrs. lt liib- 11L.ne1hrtnsteI
100,000 Soldiers in the Field. Traffic is Feared. bard will occupy the house vail'ateel dust al ciitce .
General Oku's lI'd dqnartl'r Jani. Pupi of School for Negroes Fatally Ne'w Yolk, Feb. 4.-Niallil of1111 itle'r byj iiil tht I '~i*~~l I t,-nowt) I
30-No, i jii'.~ Ftb~Injures Teacher. .1ii Caosito emerywsieh
rhe-N n R vsia T en to tur ;-n ra Savannah. Ga.. Feb. I.-T. L Cot- the harbor and In the ii vterly t'tid of ct ri a .il~ii'' II.t% -14 311 t lAd. t
Oku's left flankh ha,. proved a corni ton, one of the professors of the Geor. Long Island twund ~ sbdyhaii- C. 1). May, thko N wberry Rac'ke't tWeil li Io) lkildiII :l111-rs rsilted kti plete failure. Fii!lmi).lllg oil th al- 9 1 a state college for colored youths pored today by tce. 0111 Iiwt-rfuI Store mian, leaves Staturday for Ne'w 011. l~ili k ,I1 1 1) 11.4 And thil uro of the recent c. ioalry raid down at Thunderbolt, was struck on the steani craft could fe'i ce Lhir wily York on a business triple. W011nilimtgi of IA !' i: ortei resultthe ailay.it j- tiiinit, te.a-head with a brirk thrown Thursday af.(olnrto ht
the raipay ternoon by Samie Bowen, one of the through the nolds of 114"0111K Ie, coil. Birs. John Weeks is tejuite ill at the lid trout ci a,, illo i ar i b
anese will probably Induce t he Illus- tu~is h rfso a ae posed of ficled broken iroul th lice hone, of her son-in-iaw, it. t. rurner. ~tr ~~~to )I ,l it 4.111 mv~ frl ril
hlan& to await in the future the .1a p-suet.Terfesrwatknt sheet over the fHudson tiI cr and of .1. S. caoilie will oplen a general ItIIV Trl~t ol le troorN W4ere's
inese attacks. one of the city .liospitals, where an oil. the thick ice formed last knight. An store at 1Ha.ifurd in a few weeks Jim'.l e~llthti tOut and li tili ,it,) tile'htfliterq.
The atteni pt., even with bornila rd- era tion was performed. the wind and t ide bhittledc. t he ev masny friends lhereo wish hint thle stie- v~-~ wi, i4eN i t hi a
aleto te ~rin fteln ),a At fi rst ('oltol te i id not seen) badly moved ronm on sde c, t lie harbour and ceii he doe' rveo .1t( li':, Vire 1'o- ioli ''l tt Ilt 14 COAt
cavalt ov e it roun S h i- to 01 a hurt, butt later he became delirious front one river to Ofh t lie' r. Ferry T1he, bank of thlii' pilivoe is eleite'll ont tial I1t1 n is!v, ilot* lkwit I ~ttib a Liti waal oonleto ailr frn th' utiL, andi an examinatlin showed his skull hioiats Aetrv nuch delay cd or altogeth. aeolnrit of till' dIe'athl of F. F 'I'd al- oq~ iw it, A i 1 iii pi: lttt Znifil The Japanese were at llet h ittal, bit was fractured. Blowen was arrested 'r. tivd ttp. long I: >1 d itind for Hianle hie eing vieipeidt t at iliot vl en-n I ti III,, wl e ieen withdrew its small for-ce fi o0t ;II(To~ and it nowio in tho locktip at Thunder- kieveral in 1ltes east of Hol G'i ate, Is In te dt'4eath f it FI. E' Wittimi tuhe ii 1!,t l' 1'Wl, it 1, 6.1fit tntIhat
and alowedtho tivsins, o oceipybolt. ahdvotle. Nhigwi aoItis A
andalowe tui'lt~-nizs o OCUY rofe~sorlr Cotton died at the hospital ptld ltIc. Nelngwsae'Whicht iiecirted t 1104111 tll'I~a Il' t 1, . 1It ltil I 'I :1-irefinthe pos itiolwi w ii they could Iioe' It homi re'gaIining~ ronsfl"isn~fes since to me 'i i gate but hteam %,~ solit and they A Ia01t h a coitty has ieeot tine of Its ilttu eUI Inl it i ai I f"I over eniomug meni to intai~ its re-ca- the' operation %as lit'erorined. make slow prrecss. sauaiig v'essels prniist ndi etgs itirvils. No A( 'i'ti t Ill. Iti -i ttl pitulation certainly. 'jTe rapiirv of thi luuw'ol aa- h rf ,o h l iiriI sre ieracticaidl ftolen .;i do-alit votiltl leavo'lwenl ftilt morie,01tiel 11!id l 11 111i ia liieie posit in %\A a -a Ily ac'rtu i cl i. al- lh n a p t hlie outof to bad itflil If til li -Olii '1131) Coll! W1 i fol A ft" A' it 1 1111 It 111011e CI'It-'Moi i~ll~ ~lii -.1 .e1il tile',e""-tlirl4 though the lc-, ooi-~ hii'av\. 'fi' roomi tt ta~ldnli, folitmwIng him out- asi sIoaol h tt~iii h or ge'ne'r'iiy. Mr. I\*iianus wtai iL noin n lkI Iro, casimielt it'- hat.e' I!, t tbP*-it r1%p(J: td, alill h 'Ih w lg hl]w t tc. bor tiill le tiedttpi II. really lilied bly the' le-cilei lt' 011 lice P- to- ~..- '' he iooMrt
bu i I li-vI .& ~li" \ t ill~iit wbervilduilt he, threwA thi lt, i. ilw it t,%!,r rv-udy to lit-li thoisf' -,% l l. c I ~ ~ ~ C*I- .- 4-t io'n
tO fOil l', i 'I ti e i All tli.,' I r ~ '. (! I th'- I Ill.; a ei'
thaiit~ 'cu-I a l-.lua a I Activity in Iron Market. h4\is no fa e*''I t i 2' o l' .e' l IcI'-att~t tttiat ~ ~ -*
ChI) o tr l a a spro- s i ifalit to i I' 'i* l ilt ii b o cuiv t l int'ii raio kii% c* 111 1', - : I te et
flinlit iiil l Oil rvn iii h ii lltieyen I a
tht 10-.,fian t I't..plt~' l'-41> I *il o, litiiaii and peil ~ ~ I a ~ leuir'i et ri ds l -i e-I-At it-vo i u.e II ki
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ZtIvLI - a il'IV 'tat)(ml wil .1 1) kept 1111, N fir the 14-10 five or night aii ceantii'' ut- 7 o l 1, to)- SC OO IS 0. K.,iig i
.' wn-l .-.~-t ter il.. i l i'- ii linr.- Tii' 1reet cu -ve'i i' cv Dr. J. L. Ke'iley F'iy-o the H-ift t ell '',- .- '-i I '
7-, a oi. ro i'.te-i ~ tei CAllt~ Creek School Fino Coniptent.
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2 THE GAINESVILLE SUN:_FEBRUARY %0, 190*0

MRS. M'CREARY HONORED.
Re Re EXTENSION APresented With Beautiful Token in Re-u 1 k Q ilj ?
tirng s PesientofKirby Smith.
PROGRESSING WELL1 yr Kirby Smith Chapter, U. 1). C., he-!d IL's 10 to 1 you do Uf you an a victim
Aes one of the most interesting met'ting-i of mlalari.

3. & S.-W. Will Reach Suwannee!sneterognzaino hrd~ Don't Do It. We' Danferotas.
RierWihi Tre Mnts. Doctors first prescribed afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. F.' We'll :,An it it will euro malaria, but itleaven
RvrWti he onh. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral over INcKingtr3', Jr. It was the last vegulair almost deadly after cefecti.
TH POLE AE UILN 60 years ago. They use it business meeting of the present admi- I
TE POL AR JUIAT tdymore than ever. They istration, and there were twenty-tto HR N
y toda mebers, present, all eager toi do hoi-.R
They are Happy Over the Prspcct C h err or to the retiring president, Mrs. 11 ispurely egetable and absolatelygurated
That Th-sy Will Soon ba Living in a "'11. McCreary, who has been the pre. to cur malaria, sick headaoehe, 0illousnue6,
Now Sphere-Dcriand for Land B" iding officer of Kirby Smith Chapt-r ad all itomach, kidney and liver complat.
P e c o ra for the past four j'ears. T IRY IT TO-DAY.
Great-Big Influx Anticipated. rely upon it for Colds, coughs, One of the pleasant features of the
With the pror',F of the vxte '01 r bronchitis, consumption, meeting was the presentation f rom t~ie 3 et ote l rJla
of the Jacl:-dnnvifl1 anti Solathwv~turo Te iltllyuhwi Chapter to Mrs. McCreary of a beautiRailroad fromn N.-wberry westward t heals Inflamed lungs. ful silver fruit stand ai an exfprei-iun F or, Salo by AV Al Johinson, G-aimesvikh
Perry, the good pt-ople of Ihe section, 1 had A Very hail cough for three years. or the high regard which the members
which it ig propowed to traver~v ar rI- 11 iswr w eae dm og dropped of Kirby Smith Chapter feel for their
coming more elated, bi-camle thiy MRj4. PIAIL Hlynn, (inthrie centre, Ia. retiring president. Mrs. J. N. Strobhar,
realize that the construction of the ?-' -me,' V00. J. C. ATERt 0O.. the newly electsd president, made the
road~Al drillts irtelll Mansth.inanlv
word. wior virall ionso thue ineopew I~ls for preentationi with the following re. Gainesville Foundry and Machine Iolkl
have labored linder thle great diiad-1 OIld Coughis "3Iadam lPrpsdent: Before beginning
vantage of aienc. of trantsportsiol, 111010A the regular order of business may I ask Iron and V-ra-s (1 ili ing-; Imlo ) and M1achinery repairs. W~e gaa
the nly ode eingby pirat c neatural~ at netmoning.r the privilege of expressing to you the
a atrayctonnetmonig affection and esteem which we, the, good work slmid prompt t deiviery at reasonable priccee Louatdi~
Perry M. Colson, who hag jiyst re- mmeso ib mt hpe.fe
TRENTON HAPPENINGS. mebr fKrySihCatr elSouthm (,ainesill n S. i%. L. and G. & G. Railroadd,
turned from the West End, NtatV's tilat for you, our retiring president. Durrapid progress is living made on) thl e nso of J. & SWF.s Pre lg the past four yebrs, we know that
extension, and tiwm at the~ present1 paring for Crp-Ohr No e your first thought has beet1 for the
rate, within the ne(xt three months CosOhrNti cause of Kirby Smith Chapter; that -- -- --- .-- __ _the road will ho vo(Jflelt( d irid in op- Trenton, Feb. 2.-Deputy Sheriff J. you have 'piloted' us through shadows %,,4tiofl from Newbcrry, the present li. Granger of Gainesville was in Tren- Ia nd sunshine, and leave us rdpon a flne
terminus, to thei Suwaimee Rtiver, a ton Mlonday. foundation ; with ninety-two members,oGAN S IL BO T NG RK
ditnc f bli wvl~tre ies .J.Wllaq n C.F.Rtlde etto the largest Chapter in the NM 1ATLBFH8 OF-The extension of tl.is road is result- Of this section departed on January F lorida Division, and one of the most Pr oaWtr l lvrGne lRo n ic er ieEc
*inR In a general itifllIX to that country. 11th for P'orto Rico. They were last prosperous, proves the result of your PueSdWarllfvol GnrAeRtadBicBeCd
There are a great immay who want to heard from In New York. labor of love for your loyal Daughters. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.
make tionietead entriesa, many of Justice J. WV. Drummnlid has re- "Though others will occupy yourWiefo re Cesnubtc9rentodbtmu ertre.
wrhomi havo aircady dorie so, and the turned from a trip to the East Eud. chair at the president's dvsk, we will Wrt oIrcs ae n ote rentsl.btms er-e r
United States land office is daily re- 11. Love has established et tie camp always look to you as our head, and as
ceiving inquiries regarding lands in erthe years go by your administration -___this new country. The country is also The J. A S.- W. railroad wil! ;oon be will be pointed to as the most prosper.
rich in phosphate and timber, which here. The right-of-way has been cut ous and eventful in the history of
will naturally extend the naval stores from Newberry to a point three miles 'Kirby Smith.' L A N D T IT L E S ums
and mining industry. It is also a past Trenton, It will be open to tile "'And now, 'Madam President, in the
magnificent faring country, with Suwannee Rver in a few days. name of your Chapter, we offer you "The rjuarsion (,f 2'it/c a fr~f eon.Rid(ration for tm eh
fertile soil capable of growing as fine The farmers are busy preparing for this gift as a token of our love, and we
arnd prolilk crop! ot .pn be paroducedi theC sowing -of -o ats tind -other -c ropiq. ask you to accept it as anl offering, ex- Title is w~ha~t you pay for when you buy land: theefi
in the United ktates. Whe Yo ae-od pressive of our appreciation for the know what you are buying.
Fortune and prosperity is indeed WhnYuHveael.*rvice you have given to Kirby Smith
smiling on the good people of Western Tefrt tinwnyoia codChapter, Daughters of the Confeder.
Alachua, LaFayette and Taylor coun- should be to re-lieve the lunge. This id [ley",. Titles oriaiyinvisible corcl reeae to you
ties, and they hove a right to feel ju. best a~ccouiltliehed by the free u~e of Mrs. McCreary replied with a heartornaiycreu reaeub
bilant. Chatnberlini's Cough R~emedy. This to heart talk, which appealed to fillT e
ARE EXTND-IGL INES. Reey liquefies the tough mucous laJies present, anid which still further T e- Aah a- County Abstract Compny
EXTEDaN 11 causes its expulsion from the air endears her to the members of Kirby
cells of tho luings, produces a -free ex- athGr ne 1 ,-F o :d ,
East Florida Telephone Company are pectoration and o penus the secretions. Suih _____ i..s -1 e 'o i .a
Covering New Territory. A complete cure soon follows. This FadEpsd
Prowt'rifty' Daili 8in.time than ainy other treatment, arid it IA few coun!terfeiters have lately lbeun
y,. E. Voyle of the East F~lorida leaves the system in a natural and makimig and trying to oull imitatiozos of
Telephone Companmy made a brief visit healthy condition. It collnteraLts any D~r. Kimig'o NeCw D~iscovery for Collto McIntosh yesterday, where he went ball druggists. tupin Cogh [Id Cols, andtecer I
to look after the interest of the" line. b ndiinem, thereby defratuding the pubThe system, rhich extends from GERALD'S NEW HOME. ho. 'hi4 i to %varn you to beware ofI E. E. VOYLE, MGR.
41alietville to various points ini the -H1011;~ pcie I-, who seek to prolitr, throughI
WorkProgessig Niely-;II e On ~in ml-repuatio of eme I Abstracts of Title and full iformnatlon furnished regarding landsi county, is one of the most convenient WrPrgesn ieyWlheOettahi:twepaio frme I8 county. Our manager has lived in this county thirty yearsaui
in, the Stato. It reaphen a most thrifty of Most Modern Homes of City. :1. been P~uc-v-!ti]Iy oirimlg covrat ihlnttes
('la~s(If pe ple, mid as a resu t is mi- A erge oree iscarpororugnler conversantr erwitheilandA tir'le#.
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-GAI E;AT--LE--4 THE GAINESVILLE SUN: FEBRUARY 6, 1965

SGAINESVILLE CARNEGIE TO THE RESCUE. AFTER THE FREEZE. fChina always manages to rake i CARNEGIE TURNED
full sha re of trouble, Both issThe iut, There have been a good many sensa- The effect of the recent cold snap and Japan seem eager to Carry 'eir WN SUGGESTION
Lions growing out of thie affairs of the in Alachuacounty, fromeareful inves*- war intoChinese territory, and if they "
3Grt*e December $1. 10. stGainesville, Fla., Chadwicks, and notthe leastof them tigation, shows no serious damage, and do who is going to stop them? For
ass-oond-cela matter, under Act of Con- by any means is that now created by with the mercury at 18 degrees on some time it has been known that the
reas ofMarh31, 187. iMr. Carnegie. The public is not in- Wednesday, the coldest night, Mr. Russian government has felt that Dr. Hodges Suggested a Coti- .. ..... formed as to the cause which has in- J. R. Zetrouer had no fire in his China was either unable or unwilling bution for Public Hospital.
Published Every Monday and Thursday duced the millionaire to come to the grove, and he sends The Sun the fol- to preserve her neutrality and that f u
atGalnesvllle, Florlds financial rescue ef persons in Oberlin lowing, which will be of interest to all widening of the war zone might b.- LIBRARIES KEEP HIM BUSY.
dr who suffered through Mrs. Chadwick's our readers: come necessay, It is said from
McCREARY. Editor and Publ'r. operations. Only the bald fact that "ROCHEL.LE, Fi., Feb. 2,1, 195. Petersburg that the agreement of the The Man Who Says It's a Disgra
he ha. done so A given out and so, for ''Editor Sun: I sen you by Mrs. powers at Secretary ay's uggeson The Man Who Says It's a Disgrace to T-s.s orV Suascrr;o*;: the present, every one can think as he Ilill three fruit and four sprigs-two to limit the area of hostilities was ac- Die Rich Says Hei Too Busy
The Twice-a-Week SrN $1 a year; six pleases. Whether Mr. Carnegio will go sprigs of the second to last and two cepted by Russia in good faith, bit sing Contributions and Building Mar.
months, 0ec.; single copies, Sc. still further and pay all of tihe Cleve- of the last growth, on my grape fruit thaLsince China is not able to make ble Front Libraries.
ADVXRTTSING RATZES: land woman'sdebtsis amattr ofspec- trees, which I have just taken from good the strict letter of the agree- The reporter learned Saturday that
Local advertisements, 15 cents a line ulatkion. The case would not be so re- the tree today. You will readily see ment, it may soon find a blur on it. Dr. J. Harrison Hodges h h ad some
S for the first and 10 cents for each addi- minarkable if it were not for what has that the fruit is more or less dam- Of course, this is not the diplomatic correspondence with AndrewCarnegie,
a'tonal insertion. anne before. Mr. Carnegie announced aged, but my trees are all right, there language used, but it is sufliient for hreaon e inrefr
Displayed advertisements for three, years ago that it was a disgrace to die being a few of the smallest trees a its present purpose. the great millionaire, in referencto
six and 12 months at special rates.8 1thbuligoa bicostl
Prices furnished upon application. poor. Both before that announcement little damaged in the top. In about h un o a o r
Alachua county. Some weeks ago r
Marriage and Death notices inserted ad since ho has given away a great four acres of bearing grove the dam- Through the compliments of Hon Hodges wrote Mr. Carnegie and exMarriage adDahntesieteal the compliments of lion. Hodges wrote M1r. Carnegie andefree. Obituaries, 5 cents a line. many millions in the way of establish- age done by the late freeze will not B. E. 31cLin. commissioner of agricul- plained the need of a public hospital ing public libraries and such like, but amount to anything, and unless we are ture for the State of Florida. The," Sun here and the efforts which were being Oun CLUBBING LIST. there is a suspicion that he has plenty emote on the other cheek, we will be is in receipt of an exhaustive doce- made to secure one, and the diffieuIthe Sun and the Thrice-a-Week left. Perhaps hlie sees in the Chad- all right for a crop of fruit for this ment descriptive of the history, toplog- ties encountered in raising the neces(N.Y.) World one year.........$1 65 wick case a fine opportunity to still year. raphy, climate, soil and resources of sary funds and mildly suggested that
The Bun and the Atlanta (Ga.) further deplete his fortune. Mrs. "I have been in the orange business this State, prepared in the intcres t of ary funds, and mildly suggested
- Weekly Constitution one year.. 1 75 Chadwick has proved that she is avery for about thirty years, and while Ido immigration. It is illustrated with aciwould be thankful
The Son and the Atlanta (Ga.) a c would bh fy
-m8l-Weekly Journal one year. 1 ( energetic distributor of other people's not claim to be an expert or a 'know- numerous half-tone cuta of the puibli eeMr. Carnegie, who says it is a disThe Bun an the Semi-Weekly money, and may be just, thi personage all,' I will add that the damage to fruit buildigs of Florida, as well as grow- grace to die rich, writes that he is busy
S Times-Union one year........ 1 50 that Carnegie needs to save him the standing on the rees during a freeze ing crops. The figures are authrita- vn away his money to build free
disgrace of dying with money in his is in proportion to the size of the grove, tive, and the only drawback is that it giving away his and on not give any A "We will not accept stamps of a clothe., lie is getting old and his tree and the amount of sap in the tree. will not get the circulation it desrve assistance to hospitals now Dr
trger denomation than 2 cents. efforts to get rid of his surplus cash For instance, fruit on a large tree will assistance to ospi.
: have proved a severe strain. With Mrs. stand one and a half to two degrees Hodges received a letter from him to
.: "The preacher was innocent in it and this effect a few days agokin which he
A stiff upper lip is almost as good as Chadwick's valuable assistance all this more cold than one on a small tree; did not intend to waste reflection it and this effect 'a field of free publays agoin whic ia bank account, can be changed. und fruit on a tree with a low sap will
~~~~~~~~~the choir, when one day most of thbre s rvsmr*ta ieeog
--- .But his assistance will not relieve stand three degrees more cold without the choir, when one day most of te braries proves mor. than wide enough The man who talks to himself hears the old banker at Obetlin, Ohio, who being damaged than with a full sap. singers had bad colds and their seats to absorb all the time and attention
a lot of compliments, was wrecked finsncially and is now a Fruit will not be injured to any extent were empty he selected a hymn he Ican give and I must restrict myself
-..... broken-down manil physically and at 28 degrees with full sap and 26 with thought the entire congregation could to it."
The simplest way is usually the best will never recover from the shock of low sap in the tree, and grape fruit sing, and said: "Since Providence has We do not presume to advise Mr.
way to tell your advertising story. his transactions with the magnetic will stand two degrees more cold than seen fit to afflict the choir with ba Carnegie what to do with the millions -.- Chadwick woman, the orange-that is, the fruit. cold let us all join in singing "Praise which he says he will give away beThere are sixty bhops in Berlin in ."Of the fruit I send you, one was God From Whom All Blessings Flow." fore he dies, but it would seem that
which nothing but horseflesh is sold. WALK MORE. resting on the ground, the other two Most of the choir were so mad they some of his many millions given to the
-- -- -----'being about 15 inches above ground. talked of resigning. hospitals would do the people more
The luckiest people in dur country The Americans as a rule are nol ad- I shipped a carload on Tuesday, Jan- good than all thie marble library buildare those whontver depend upon luck dieted to much walking, says W. Al- uary 31st, which was housed before Following are the large employ- ings he could erect. The relief of suf-. ford Green in Outing for IFebruary. the cold. Yours very truly, ments for women: Servants, 1,2.3,763; fering and affording the facilities of
Orders have been issued that soliders The reason may be found in the fact "J. R. ZETROl'ER." agricultural laborers, 663,2o9; farmers restoring sick and injured people to
in the British army must not expec- that transportation facilities, by The fruit we received through the and planters, 307,706; traders, 327,614 ; better health, would be an active torte. means of steam, elevated and surface courtesy of Mrs. Hill was of large size, textile workers, 277,972. There are every-day act of charity. The erec: torate, ~~~~~~~3,371 woman clergymen, 1,041 arehi-tinf rbelraybldgsia
railroads, are so plentiful, tiihat the and one was said to be almost white 3.371 woman clergymen, 1,041 arh- tion of marble library buildings is a The number of students at the uni- temptation to ride cannot be resisted. when picked, but had again assumed a tects, 786 dentists, 2,193 journalists, display of wealth that does the actual 1,010 lawyers. 7,387 physicians and 14 needy people of thle land littlegod
versitles of (]ermany this winter is There is the additional reason that the better color. One was a healthy yel- But1,010awyer,7,387physician and 14 needy peopl of thCarnegie's money, good.
within 4.0,0(X) American citizen must perforce do low anrid a beautiful specimen. The women veterinary surgeons. Included he cannot see his way clear to help
everything in a hurry, and, in keeping sprigs from the trees were in a very in the above army of women workers build our public hospital, we must Over 2,(K) letters are received by the with this idea, the business man rides healthy condition, and if there had are several gocd cooks. build it ourselves without his assisd th fl ancc. Contributions for this par. Pope every day and thirty-five stenog-. to and from his employment--where in tben any damage to the leaves t was pose mance. Contributions for thispr,
pose may he given to 1.. P. Richads
raphere are employed. many cases he might walk with bene- not apparent. Men in search of real estate have treasurer, at H. F. lDutton & Comfit to himself in every way-on the F rom all we can learn it is safe to been quite numerous in Ganestillc pany's bank. Britons chew tobacco, Americans same principle that he takes his lun- say that fruit trees in Alachna county recently, and activity in building goes
chew gum and the Russians chow the cliheon at the rush counter. The fever- are not injured to any great amount on with more 'han ordinary regularity. Notice.
seeds of the sunflower. iWh haste in eating meals, coupled by the freeze. Few people come here but what arc The Winston Company of Philadel..with the disinclination to take even favorably impressed with the city and phia failed to comply with contract to
If one half of the world knew how Ifnlerite walking exercise, is undoubt-. THE CATAt.PA TREE. the surroundings, which is ,ulioient to furnish books subscribed for through
the other half lived it would comie to edly the cause of the dyspepsia which back up a town twice its present size. If I ecan tild a company who pubIL woUld that 001 0 i.; no end ......lishes them, will give my subscribers a
the conclusion that it hai a enap after generally afllicts the American people, It would een that there ed --------- chace yet to get them. R. H. Hw
Aill. and which produces the pasty com- to the t possililites in the way of In the examination of BrodieL. -. \ 21
.-pl-xionmi seen almost tuniver ally in the rDn,,ircs of l'lrid, and th,,e re- Duke at New York, as to his sanity h' Sow an act, ad ytol rep al habit; youth 'of today. lHow uiifavorably oue s are daily being develo'ed We began his statement by saying,. '- do
sow a habitind you reap a character thesecomle xio s compare e with the lo,,k ba'k for on'y a fe w years an.l not think I am a drinking mn.," 4000000 fl6OS
and sow achart'r andi you renp a rosy ch'ks of Ihe young mun amud w o- ind that the va-t pint' fore sts of the whereupon the judge adjourned court
destiny. men of l:ugland, who have yet to learn *";tate wire but a source of expense) to t consider the matter, aond the lawyer -----tthe dire results f rapid-tir, eating the owner, and miany (f the owners, who presented the atlidavits of his inli'v. A. C. ,t-tTri s, f thr of .liau amd who have it yet iven up t1,e from the expie-s and taxation of sanity thought le must surely be cra 8n0tlotil
.Jeffric the prize- tight,'r, i a 11ornion w lking habit these lands, hld ,been forced ton abanll+ was recently s tt to Aut tralia mIii a 1" hirida in thc Stat, whr, alR kiig ron th e : c d i re nov The Florida canti growers were w.l Ifli5i~iii~. iS more ii'mmiie~nl to hust tt h Coit' r ibe\ll y rev.'r-'-i; niow~ every avall-i l n
_,. missionary. is mior,, haicial to, thoc who com represen:d at the conventions held in
-h e od o s.ba d et er h ve, 11< a"// ,n,',, o ...lic;tor for .Io?
her.. for health the manmy suppose, Montgom,'ry, .\i., and lion. IL. ".1
The Uited Sttei is thi' argt n t d thni h tay akei the pims to bcv'i or are' be'nrc: absorbed and dtim- li ose State chemist t wa elected vice- I'a1, 0 durin lndwi give
sumer of tinl in tim torl. \Vn. l q uir, into th, mattbmr hadmi ntaroed president. The necessity of central '' rtr n t o h r t/a / f hi r e .
more tin than Giermany, Italy amd that thse ~wh. min here in feebb factt hat in b'ut a few years we will factories for L'th,' eit manufacture of a lii 't"* ,,:
"-=-: h ay e b t litt h,' ; :;e ti mn b r lft. \W h n I r e,7-lb N ,t e. H ad s. $1.75
Spaihi con im iitnd, h. alth mul art' u nisnh b to alk hint a unify wim grad, of yr'p wa s di~cusscd .....d7
this tim" arrive- wh ,rt, will the fn''. 1 iane I "t . .
r.t rt .y. b. at length. 1 0 stat,.. n- s 1 75
T h e o' rld w ill w imenni' si puie y't i io rn O et u ;i r t ho in r, b at ,'t p t th e c ros-- +. e tc .. o mli from .' -..i i -l.i tt r l ,'d s .6 2 5
credit for .i-or gool imt,ntioin but h L, b t I ilh trn'. ', many' ml~ Ol', Our .ntwer t t: r t s lm'8 Attorn'y-4.an* ral has emne ru 1,0i0 ; e 1:ill Ieads ..... 1
you can't ixpet-, a'shl intl you di. ir : 1,. *\ r- o t. rin the Irogtl- t '.amnd rltiv tlai or for tih' ir tru-t iv alilow:m th,. \i lothe rne t o eya rp r
th|: ):'l~ ,, -L ,a i cVl.v ,t,,, *f r -,, l,+ r trlt :i -;'.. tI I t~] r priit,, .n t s tn hi-ry at proporliver th11 .|t-t -'tttti-pa to we !. ave t hi.' I i.d ,frnawh-" .ks n k fa fry
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____ TILE GAINESVILLE SUN:_FEBRUARY 6, 1905


ROAD MACHINERY R. Mce [LA- NOTICE-SH -ERIFF'S -SALE.

TT 1 IFennell, as sheriff of Alachnai cotint
I~flffl~f'~3Vid ~otie is herby lgiven that 1 L. W IAI it 1 ~i~
HAS RRIEDFloand, under id by irue of a r
HA ,A RV DUndt& I Laing Co etton issued out orti' (oinyV li 1 11 I L b il l g
Judge's (Court of Alachua county, Fla.,r l i
en Governent Exper Arrivesin favor of Solomon Todes sivd T. Sil. -t BI
W W Bgn Goerm nt Expert Arrve I ,\ 1 I, 0 IttID bermon, copartners doing hiiti mess in 9A u~r
WorkBltmoe Will Beginr otyl Road baId telia II I
THE MAHIER I 1OER S 11 ilas prjvial, and C2. A. 1hAA-EIN U
sH AHNR I OENUsttI~~ et and N. J. W~ii as wiPlretiesT e W R u g
It Comprises EvrtigNeesr o Licens~ed Emb11alers, bare levied tin amid by Ord 1-r f issi
Everything Necessary for ~~court, ilo betweemi the leitahur Ditt tit et~I etlt \ ai i
Withe Maerial at Had Rodandl ~ t t"i Ferur i96 between the tegn. 0fou said. the, 11;,ov hi01-uith ~ Vit ~
the Building of Hard Roads, md ~~of Sale ofsiday. sell at 1111trtiu.c 1''\ei nit' c'i i)1 i
With theMateria at Handan Exce- tion.beforo the~ court lioust dtoor at h hewlL )
lent Example Can be Made. picture Franie.S Rubber Stawpg, &r (14iietiv~e, Florida, the UO!(IwiiW de- t11Iy ig!,No 1:d,
re road machinery flf ll'ouiN Upholstery. 1E*stnian Ko [leribed personal property. to-.% it~tUC .~t- ~) 1nt~ ql
States governing nt, department of road siL,('antera% aiid l'hollgra. 2 ameii milk,
-inquiry, which, wa.; cosisgul several jplltr siiplie. c. cre ef fii1l ', iehlit klin of l jitg ivf1
days ago from Iteaver Da,.;i, I cis.' salmon,fulIIich1t icl";
daylls il hago r ri t vedr lad -1 t ettlddies tobacco,
ftainesvill8 1) rieadisnw~&rlr y Telegraph or Telephione 2(, r sos
the yards (if the Aktlanltic C,)ast I i.: ~ ~ jrrp -t~nt~i 4 a shoeas,
awaiting the arrival of Iornc 11111 ___________prompt____________________ 4 3 oxes cigarsh, Expert IV. L. Spooni, w),( IIIs Icnd'.- box snuff,
tailed to superintend thle co'nstril NEW OF CITrY AND I box sodarine,
the mile Of 01 11-1 11-ssuii 2 heater. RII
chusi county. COUNTY CONDENSED Said property haviiag b.'nlevied
The~~ipo tit theh proert of J.' \V. Wi. 001 OTihir~aItmiv ~~~:;~~B THE [AROEST BUILDERS

tinenie tc, rol, vr ;'rars a,' rAlt-r Sire it) th'lk their lioit of friendpi for This February 2, 19(Z. and (other mnachi iiery tit C tcssary to it( e many kindneAe s h owi t hem dunr- hrIf A L.cn Cu IV. F e 1:d,. IN H E I OPLD
making of goo~d roads, it w i"19e ~ i t I:t late ill u ess of 1I1r.I FE Wi T i .:iw G ievi c V1id a, otratt' to the epeol .i < lw lihiii- w~ho depart ed thi.4 lifti February PlIaintiffs' Attainevs. not onlly what inateria to e' l1y ii -"',1' ](405, at his hatne in A lachua, the construction of thcir piib-i l 'l~g orida. Nlay Goid's richest blessings THE HONOR ROLL.
nature of fliaclnrry ti 1w'~ ho reivarded a hit d rud-tfold for each Pupils of Gainesville Pubhc School B U IT D it C R O D B H
ways, bu also th' '1 v i gindr vrtl enac h o lenn ayt
The official recorels of tLi.. Itarl (if kidwr n c hw.Who Received Excellent Marks.
County Comumissioners, at their nieet- :'!the family of ii. F. Watts have re- Following Is R list of t 1oe~o who IR P T R I ;c I U r C (~l
ing in D~ecemnber of tl~t 1,I-t year, when miovedt to thre Carpenter residence, fast rne tteha ftercassi
the order as made-t t lm (if Gainesville. where they are no.w pleas-thGrddad iincolfrteLA U )I UIl) II ii) LIIU I
$1,000 be appropriate: I to ely frayj 'c1~&. aiitly located. It will be remembered mth Gaedin anuaryhSco (t th county's iproport imi (f :iteo t~vta r Wtshdto i'rk re- ot nigJnay2t [ R 11 O~ R H T I 5 ( lh

road, show that t-t' roadt % ill be built country by fire, the home and all ita teachor-Nanmie Fagan anid Yeteva on the Garevl-e~ayroil(, one voiiernts being burned, fie expects to Rogers first, W~illie Parker set-ond mile Wept from Nove Toewn ('retek. ln datrahlbtfrtmpes Fourth grade, Miss Serena ,S!iannon, $25
There has been soine' d isoilS.1"li 14 to "itt will make hisi home in this city. teacher-Elizaboth Taylor tinst, Itanwhethe the oard a tha-dolph Tucker second.$ 50
wheaterute ,r at ti arOe t W X. Itailey. who lives eight miles irhgaeMo S1i-Xtou,
eintf arotet thi r i ris arej1 wt't (if I tit city, brought to Tho Sut Fifh rawoitMsSl' I'wie N~elle eaid th t hioydsI -It-('o ,a flli'el oil Saturday a pcliar spcft lraht ~--lt'naileicy -iNli AI.I im~
pndo e mof l K~ r il ; r reptile, resemlnhug an allipater i n i~ i v' td.n n n nv mn I
The work wvill 'i tl' i rnny ways oxce'pt the head. It was grt',.ipKaeIiikip.E U E*EW UE E U *
perona diecttee ofecu111wxi ieett six inehes in length, with alli. terir-iii lirreleI ail Iricis IL ~~ em :i r i x gateer Ivgs and spots, but our zoologiot. Mclkell firgit Fni ul eise
pins ino Io Itiva r ~io t y .e P.di as sted that it wisa water lizard. ond iit pthie is 'va)n ltot y. hic c 'z f H [ie spieieiicn was turned over to the teRii r.! t', li 6 m li
thi i e-mjhe't tj x e'h tittleepr ci i (iuse zorologicalI ga rd en to de- (Costa. c a a \i nIat R HMS
longer at lnck two ertre y,d I' k %x vII first. Mabel A vvra iec'rid. e R HMS
upm te wonk tice Tho'v~l ed ,a. 'b spring term of the circuit court Fightln grade, hi i. W. 1'. ('Coffey,
up the 1 lioi n here i ro l"d;'fI- yy w l open at Bironson toachsr- Liucin I 'att on fl rt, .1.' i 1h y rd fo d .i' o k go d h y r m d 11ti 1~'':i ii te cilly icsday or the coining week, and many Sledge second. road-bmiiler, has! -,ur ltorty thho havel'' buIs be. Ifigh sceecdo D~epart 111c-11ct. 3. (G. K
of the goverinn'mct e:, thi. -a;,!w:ty for iatonywhhvebse
man ye re Ilk- xe rst-i i fire the' vourt are making preparations huim and Mrs. C'. (0. Po"x itua'er.
hisocuptin hatlt- nhe 1erel 1,let a Tted 'here will be a number of Ninth grade- Lena 11, miter 11 ret, phiscingtin at li'ti -anly enl jinjiertant eases before tho court, and Gladys (ie'nrge second.
sta ce d teme ti' x h- I r t .x Ii Il It :is~j eity bf themz Gainesv ie pro. T -nthi grado-Kat ii I rue fl rmt,
otnedtemc i wf-,einsr talent lies been secured, It Pearl Colson second.*Y uL v et a
suited for Hua~ei!n H'I ntic'pal ee thmait at thia s eftoln thle llvett grade-Kate Fvansf Ilrot, E u
A l a c u a o u t i .N t L L ,! i 1 : 1 l t l i t r I t 1 1 1 1 ; 1 1 t t h e f u l l t w o W e k '4 i t o m i S t r i c k l a n u d s v o o .DyLtEt wetng lit tr aV 1-m: w-e .t I,- A'. Iv o. aectan xi'mi ole '''td motn oLn wes







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6 TVE G~AINESVILLE SUN: FEBRUARY 6, 1905i

/ Streets Being Improved. Established in M8i. LEGAL ADVERTISEENS
FLRD EW T M t is a source of satisfaction to note ho u
'//,/ ~~~~~the various improvements which are Th IfA tNTCTOONRSD T
he Olhes Whine IheCiruit Courty. EihthJChncr
Brief Bits of News From All See. Alacmueuo teesv n 14 U~I hCrui Couty jigbh d lilCi ui
0 O ous sections of the city, as well as the Hubad vs. F.to Rn on Dento .He
tions of the State. rapid building and extenslion of othi- Hiousei Georia~I close MorttwawC. peedtthbI
era. t~iled in th(, above stated case htF

Burglars are working the town of Within the past few months not less Denton. the defendant thcreinzaesano
Lawtgey. than five miles of streets and roads dent of thenn l StaeofFori a. n sar~
haebencnsrctdmndteyhv Avenue. West. und Is over the i f wny
M a will have a -carnival about Poah as Neces~sary as Rainl have be% coIrttd Ind theyfor har
Fe ray18th, for one week. Th iqalitv anditiantily of the betc n ru edilas tm tcma -non-resident defendant be nd eI hrb
dner, of material that will last. required to apiar to the B11 f Cipaa
Ov r il y o ts wil ak ar i cop epend un sufficiency of fl-.u thfot iip ra t i u I i iled in said cause on or before on a. h
Ov rsxy battiltkhar nA gte tan wee.ei tb day of February. A. D J thrw e h
tePalm Bahraces tiwek.' allegations of said bidi will 1et)e4~ on
pal improvemnents Ii this direction is fessed by said defend:'rit.
A 111 fence is to be built around the th aigo tct nEs ans *It is further ordered tha~t thisodr epi
P o ta s thliigof tet i atGins 1hed once a week for fotarcecuiewes
Taylor county court house at Perry. I h ol.Friizr hchae yle. The property owners 6f that In The Guhnesyifle S tn. a newsaerpbhe
Integllhetlieswic lr in .awi county and State.
roDade county jail has five fe- lowv in Potash will never produce section, fall of energy and enterprise., H.i eC.;c 2E3Td. Cler 4. ci Cut
salisy S. H.. C.ngs 1).CN Clr
milepriones tat ae sideo b fator rsultb mla wt h have assisted tile city wonderfully in 1ea BS.H
male prisoner thatiaressailto be satisfitorywresults
bad ones., prerroportions of ingredients that go to this great work, with the result that _____--A ti UC c0P.% of original.
bad__ ons PI. C. DINO.CeI~ ria te best fertilizers for every kind of
The Orlando Rifes will gice a rand published a series of hooks, almost every prinii~pal street inI that Per S. It. WVice.DC
Th (ind tfeswl iv rnd C1 )tAining the htest researches on tbis all. It. A. T'HRASHER. Solit, forC pt.
take walk at their armory, Friday, ifntwrtant subject, which we will send free section of thet city hat; been properly__________________If ifou ask, %rite now while you think of graded and piived. This enhances the
February 10. it to the agey OLD SHARIPE WILLIAMS NOTICE ()F APPLICATiO O TA
OIERNAV KALI W611111 value of proprty lagl.to say noth- l))j:j UNDE 1:CTh As j)N
Arbor D~ay was observed in maniy ]7CrTort-Os NeAms strit.* orIng of the conventience afforded. Guaranteed 8 years old. By the 4K-. 1,A%% OF FW.IIA
portions of the State and numerous tlt. Thderuisinom of he gallon $3.00. 4 full qurts $3.50.
Tie epesins n om o teNotice Is herehby viven that PryM osn
trees were planted. streets which have been in evidence EXPRESS PRIEPALID purchaser of TUX ;e1'Litlea1tO o i3 a
N.frmn otsar en ild~ E~~ .L7L& l the 4th dayv of July. A. D. I89.hsfldsi
The Mardi Gras carnival at Penna- fo many"~ moih aebig ild n E. .CLEA Y ct rtillcatc in my oftice. unfd hasi d apia
coawilbehldMrc d o7tan VR CEERCTC. and altogether thle improvement Ili Guaranteed 6 years old. By the tio)I fr tax deed to Issue in acodnewt
streets ha envr oiebet ielaw. Said certificate embrace h olwn
__________ gallon $2.75. 4 full quarts $3.00. described property situtated InAah cugrand time iq in sight. people here. tyl~orida. towit:
Go er or Brtw rd ha a po nt d Deputy Granger Bogs Charlie W il- EXPUESS PREPAID .) S I of N Se.1.T.1. .I.14
hiams-Owns to Stealing Money. Another Case of Rheumatism Cured by ANVIL RYE 40 acres.
five of his staff from Jacksonville, CabransPiBamGurned4yasodByte Tesllndctw ssi
eac rnkig s oloel Deputy Sheriff Granger has "added C mbrinsPnBa.Guated4yrso.B1he the issuaince of such certiticatei henmo
TePnaoaJunlIstaiyn-another to his clever Ptring of catches The effleacy of Chamberlain's Pain gallonS PRPI 4cul.urt. Unless said certificate ,hallberdeda* Te Pnscol Jornl i stadly n-in placing Charlie Williams of Ito- Balm in the relief of rheumatism is EXRS RPI ordingr to law. tax deed will suetronO
crescreasing uatonasweliatiscelcircul-Aercaaciizonbe basngdewellte hiyasakerIn CLFFRDRYLthIFFId.da oD RYEn, .
chll, nAfo.nerca ctze, e b~n leontrtd aiy Prkrrip- Witness my iflicial signatur ndsalti
Quality as an up-to-date daily. ltof(rbeV sashtCai- By the gallon $2.25. 4 full cluarts the 20th day of January. A. D. 9.
hind the bare charged with unlawfully let fGisy a. asta hm S. H. VEGS
E. H. Gore has resigned his position coming Into possession of the pocket- berlain's Pain Balm gave him perma- $2.50. EXPRESS PRIEPAID) lod Clerk Circuit Court Alacu o.Va
nent relief fromn rheumatism in the OLD POINTER CORN CLUB
on The Orlando Evening Star to be- book of Captain Peake, conductor on beck when everything else failed, and Guaranteed 4 years old. By the NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFR A
comea mil crrir fr Unle am. the High Spring@ and Citra branch of he would not be without it. For sale gallon $2.50. 4 full quarts $2.75. DEED) UND)ER SECTION 8 FCHPE
Sweet potatoes are being shipped thle Atlantic Coast Line. byaldgit.EXPRESS PREPAID 4K48. LAWS OF FII)RIDA.
from tark in argequanitie, th Thebockt-bok wa stoen sme ,Notice is hereby given tha .T I
Rebeom Supper.reqaniis te Teboktbokwssolnsm OLD KEN~TUCKY CORN Hams, purchaser of Tax CertitictsNs 7
price paid being fifty cents a bushel. time on Wednesday and captain Guarentee 8upr yeX l. h76, dated the 6thday of JulyA.D19.h..
p uaanee 8easod.B he fied said certificates in ra ice ad
Of the 65 births in Jacksonville for Peake reported his Ios to D~eputy The supper given by the Daughters gallon $3.00. 4 full quarts 1e3.25. mude applic ation f or tax d eeds oisei c
January, only 29 of them were white. Grnewocmenc dbusinesaofeba teprahueFiy EXPRESS PREPAID the folowih laeSid proerty tueda
~'But out of the 63 -deaths recorded, 51 once. H-e saw Williams about h night was well patronized, despite the Wehtielltelain rnso fUcollowing delrida trowit
wer ngros.city. noticing the fact that lie had inclement weather, and the Daughters Rye an Bourbon WVhiskies in tile mar- Nii of Sw 4 of Nw' Se 24. s Ru21
Wauchula postoffice is now located purchased a new uniform-being, a express themselves as being well ket and will save you from 25 per cent The said land beluw assessed a h aeo ilagmian on the Atlantic Coast Line, pleased. The menu consisted of a14 for price list and cataou.Mie of Mrs. A. E. Nyc and Mrs. J. .obrt
I quarters with upt-aefix- I. taoge A appicati Unlesi said certificates shal erdee
tures, and it Is one of the neatest illas observing th tWilams was kid fgoLhns oeta esn ree upnaplcain.acortitiv to lawN. tax dietdsi Ise hereo
"1pnii oe iaite freely. Feel- able prices, and they were served in a on the 11th day o~f FebruaryN. A.).14.
South Florida. tinonyg.ane os THE ALTMAYER & FLATAU W it ness% in ofll'l sixnturean ea ti
IIng confident fie was the manl for manrmottmp in.the ;t. (day ill', .Jtati r, A. D.11. The llarkot, Carnival Company will ~i~i ewsloig emrhd~i- The proceeds of this supper will be LIQUOR COMPANY, S.l Ith(ieui olAahu o.F
entertlizi at PaakFbur6 o1 im intoiin ndatra erho used in defraying the expense of the 0-5S4.551 FOURTH STREET,
inluivinertile Feuarye o thamnocm n fe erho represttntativeo of the Rebekah Lodges, MA'N E~fI.NOTI(T- OF API'LI(ATICNiO A
Inlsv, tn e ie asie f te his person found the pocket-book and 1. 0. 0. F., upon thbir visit to Oaines- A 'N 4 O1', .DE DU ERS:CI N
(jen Clity Ouards. abu-wnydlaso h oe.vledrn h session of the Grand lEL NE ETo FCArL
abou twety dllar of he none, vile dringtm4v-:. LA %S OF- FLE()Il[IA.
With Jacksonville and Tampa hold- 'iThe prisoner was put through a course Lodge, which will convene in Apiril. Notice Is herebyv lzien t hil rv5.(o'o.
ilag great revivals there is hope in sigh t ofqetioning, when he illnally owned Ar o Rslssa igtr(.c~L ~I hit le () ~Tu (Corti ul, .
for the spiritual welfare oif I fie~ lietilt up to the theft, lHe was locked il ill kkl kiflds ~
In those localitie-s. I ~ al~ensa atad Arid itarast by a bad cough" Fse Pa I a(t k:tiLi-' ia. ofice.s:111d eatloli fg,
tecouity jail Weeedda tigh slide'i -eriniewthl
taix telei to ,u Cyiin -i''th'f llig i
I ~Bradentown defeated the $50(K%) will he~ brought before Justice C~ol- Ballard'i fbortllound Syrupit~ will se- SPAI i:Is.Sa'iid (..ti*rote Crt itu;, t1di lcu
bonding scheine at ani Plection Tues- itana this morninitg for R preliminary cueyusudsepadefce oient Florida. t4)% it:
prompt and radical care. 25c, 50c and H-unter Rye X X X .............1 5i 0 Nw 1-1i ei See. ;t. iT. 10. RI. FaIdE-2f
*-day, only 24 votes being cast in favor hea ring. $1. Sold by M.N. Johison. XX .................... .2 (X) Ni- 1-1 'e- 4,. I. .. 1t. S. & ~.to (15 against thle bonido, Cotductor l'enke was unable to state G______________________________~old Medal ........ ... ......... 3 0(0 ""It' N.alel ""(i]eEte -e'.~ ~f~ eo
Mrs. Betsy Crews, 110 years oldl, wheni or how Williame got tho! pocket.-fr I- Ol %ae.......... 51)f W .J..
died at her homeo near lolfu last 1--i book, but it %vas thought lie 1iieked it v .,, ewis '66 .......... ... ...... 5 (K) iacomi mft tol Iiw. tax eteet il1..( hre
day. Sho was Paid to be I he oldet ati doe t#I'rdi~ti a nggd.'. Corn Whiskey ......... .1 50 to 3 CCT %ei;t; 'essa Inr% and sel th
woman in I'lorida. miakinig out his retutriis. Thle a nmint :1 d .r Ii.... ............... 50t ~teIId j l;istit.A ).I,
Pesaol hs o nstohu le h-of money it conata inied he wasti unable .uit Case Gtoods nt lowest lijices Ex t ra Ch,1 (1-ll AI ~Ql;N~~
Pescl a ttuitcuteo-to stnte. liet wan. lucky, however, in Fcharge for juigs: 's,-gal., 10c. 1-gal-.- -- i.
jett bring to promote fellow ship and pIoighemte n h IRe; 2-gal.. 25ex. We will allow prices' Ni TitE -O' l pt HjiC.-~l
good fe-eling aslid presit t ant (Jpo rti I iirtIe nai n it ta'I ii charged frjiag.s returned to ti I.ia lte Lio~j 2
zuity for all to) gut acqluaintet. lt-iit Iatgr Gic ithsmt(oods boxzed if dlesired. 6-15-W~61 Jaw
tdw~tii i ohort iirdt-r before 1 ad i p %_QN.)*,.,- 1e-. e r e o\ ; Ill;,t !efleI
-- A trolley line between (1rlmidtlt itd 1 1111,4 ietl ilte utle.i. ta vN.lL ti -' iI N ~ it ''\ ee~ieh~terst i It ..: leeI el hs lxf











_____TILE GAINESVILLE SUN: FEBRUARY 61 1905 7

WILL OPEN NORMAL.4
LETT CE M VEME T EN IVE 1111lukEast Florida Seminary W ill Add New

WAS VERY, HEAVYFeature on March 111

Compise s Sip'sLU ~lilI h irth 13h
Seven to EFght Carloads Will 4 normatl d a ri iii 'it *At % hi -11 t hose


NOW BRINGING F NE PrWES t!110 stuies to thol k-t ivtlahl lit S-11v1tmifl
I in chec~s Ilhe :tor:ial d.i rirtine:t to, Illi in'At-i.
The Produtct i :It lv~ 1k., s of tl, 1111 tR!W.I1 nWA, eonialh'toit 1:1r L yecar withI
East is Aver,-girg ES2.50 Pt vk: i 1 1:~w ra u~~.mn f~t ae d
k,-,r. a. IIco 1 I- I; not',;Sa t I VRI kt of tho tpolottiflity it) attend and Growers3 Who Wtre Siear ie; !--I fC %.21.~ th. *In '..Ia ~usd' s
Ictlt lltQ1- 5. i fii1kjR e a p in g G r e a t e rc t o t I I ., I to a e w it r a i p ~ ~ I P
-Notwithstansdi:14) thm itf or!. t.'\i. '' I jF- PA I DIuoatdh~
.............................................N*' 1' 1'' N wh~o Vkt tkt 1111y hiavv th, privill-g' of OURI UUIA3MAW0 Cori COU NU CORN
the ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~' rten I, ,elttr i~~ C t"' ~. JC!C "' 0. ~ tl'r~ i coibeggoate eotir-t, toIh JA!ATE)2' disastrous to Y~w. .1,t 1)" at itt i I, it they co desire. IS '1..)NE001D
Gals'2l. ec W:I (.Q. !I* I,::j~ ~ I' I'rc. Jere %I llum. pup-ror intent c po.d~t~tllO fit ilo r,-ii ( A A
vI ':! \' z o r e -'r~ t ji i l t o n p i e y t -i c r Ia y i nt fl a v o r ji t ,, -t: ? ,i't in o o l w r h : ,i ia and before the vi.il of !A~ 1 A ~ r some O~'*0rder to-dazv id A-v I. 1A .114) Ini 1)1,.: :"41 W '' t,
will lit- tolixiht, oI);c .:i:rt a e !01Veit ol i ft ui r'IiT .
~t: !eA'i h %I2Lt t.1'. i u thetriulb Itthat it wlt Ili# ilesirp to make' thl-eoitt- gaiol or th i (I't .-,y '*
Ca loa~ wll i a:inv~~:. ~ ~ I 1 ~1.K o.wi~z S Sto be ing term) alli epp 'lially (:1 voirabe anid kets of th Ensit for is i med5i:1k I hcg."l it-, tits Hteei kl k'! I ret I~ o' A I
Uyth a~'~~1. ~i sful1~ rt 't''gt~t~t on., and that hl H al-1i I red o 1 1' it R ~ve
1'. til Ga*,~ll, it- whlo ile it
liv ui l~ ft ~ ii- 0!,!I ,t it !,o id' ~ t:'v informl those i, ho des1ired tit ntttenill 40, e~r~OM*
tede to1 I, Ti!.~ uII.s!ttli et lny tm "he shool will pirove of 4 Fi~ u : ~ x i i~ ~$ (
li v e r mi e 2-~ ~ of t all iii t ic i rni g g rea t h e m i. l to to 0h100" w l th i~ rt to 4h~ ( o o t le~ 1 Ff l if .r. siil $ .0 0 .'i
grwr haveI tw,; h.. d 1i1 XL!i ti1 in~ccr. s tudy a normal courte lTS -; 1d 64 givi~ng whlat y c t zi L It.% 01 li(llw t 4'
~ :r~ ~'r~ 2 Sut S oi1! FSS. them the advantage (f A 00ollegiftl' ItW1 I(,f.
letcelho ii 11 ir- T::I ;ilt h co rs i'f ~ I.:ts fu oc~ta they desire. riw s oid et i will jIta1Ite Cot' b C'miU I t ild I 1i ILItvt l i a~ e
tlic% price i-,' goWod, r'iriz ,0 \roo 't 1re 1411,~eil oxi~i:0 Iec in, No t1e re3t' 1!E' st .(I o~um il. So: i e
haek intotile be mide r tiiretet solpervisie iii: -I oteptor- 1 ts
per* baskt~t me ntl :L fltr't f1;2il tho.ir vA into) tile stoinach )0 .Ii .
per, ba11d are aIttii~f l h'o;sltbeui iitsi thu'. hlo4ooi. Catarrh intendlent P'ound, with h;, 0 itob orl-OlR14,1 el
I thit-ti 1 'coittes con- of Assist lit ti, -a Ill It Rot, I I ., I t 141 Ve~. -' llt- 'a't osci1. :sit ~ e ee~, we
l~e rnonr iT1..' .'o->~t~e'stitttonal,andthe Iin g that lio better opporttOv will lit' %I) r Iti.t %. byno t 1mil. 4. lo711051.15 no
P ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ on(3.I~' -.!'-rah~cly wayV to get rid offered anywhere' ill the 0 C.U Is. '.Ij ts OA /si rfoemmec's Third NIA itoi~l l
New York tit ofl'.- I. .u it is through the lal!7 cIti Isijgt i*rasal. 1., Iyo I., th. Sond Exptus% tit Piotoffice
said to be as g,) C', t r >- iK~?lod. Write u~s if rIde St ate. yuhave CatarrhNowIlecagdtov\rhex.A 1. R Ie
pnse of thle sesoiin. I teii will 1 blo tet T~7.' A
J. P.Kolil, J, .nnd our physici- 12 Walroh Street h.A 'TN anGilAon.
A rm our 1iro- io i'(ol Cz ans Nvill adv'iae ou be i l r h M l.a d %ol 0 n i te
to;~~~ ~~ ~~ ..I0'0I n ihu hrge. iten week,4. Ani entrance' fee oif $5 will A
that Friday wtotci erqieadbadnlylvfeue
(taiiestville H 1- 1 ,, i.r The,, Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, 016at b e brreacks bord y $lle redth Rocy Pin kt, I' I. ()! Those dt'siri ng to) secure a~otooLm iodathe New York C oo. CAPENTERS ORGANIZING. Itious, outtilde tho barraek-i inny (1o so__________________________________________ere adote til 1100-I1 r'W1 apn '-Fn ** at it little advanced Price.
er ftee.toi,!:.,! ., tlr-WieCr turs Ha~ve FieUnion1. All persons interested tttiy add re ps
hundred Rtid lift~ 1011-ot It .~Colored Are Corning Together. Prof. Jere M. Pound,*spr tt~dn
exptte tvta'. roI*Lah'eirpeter o'~tf Ihi'si city and sev- aslo Floritm tietninary. fi)r fitrtl er CH R E BL M 09
twomaygo) orw-w. I :v, i'?0 '. 0-: i'. natj'irently %% Ili a desire to- aduopt part ivulara. iull '
Make ill sEcoV('tO i-; c, i or- for t;' _W111 01iif',;rit: sale in the matter of' Present wt'ik, r n ~g'h',at ii Fuoei '.! of Mr. Wi ii.'I'/

recently set, it i I :,I I i c~ doio- !1t oooty alply tit the white *i:'ld- 1Thet funerd(of \fr. F'ort .:'it F iI 'bljv \ WhsieWie
damage wwi -''.% .4 ti (ot tilt t-aitv anti iattiier, but the' loatus, the death of wh'.) oo;irTe'd lit an Liuors
twenty per cent. WO ool' io-Y(rcd fil!o-er's of the~ trade are, ac(t- It.h: hrdy wl ~ iu io
it 01h 11ld ('01111' li 1 .! 'V ti.1 0,:( ic in ne~icrd i.i oh r o'il iietiog it I''i ek c. -C it N03. 517-519
.ipnrri~ed ait t.- t : i.' l- I-r,, ii TI oirloetufrot h oArpepe ter tl, V. i I,ee tie iii er
we're very fwvt-gital *'~0~1 < 1: *vc regular tratles, d.) not bt-litee A trt~opr, b I 1, tit -# it AlvrBA T E T
the growers Will 1. -t k !I S I o.l I) to 6;r g their klowledg-1 And their tho funt-tal v%,,l I),- tirud- illo Ie .~, Ai'xU ft "
riu os'for a ini're Peoillg riwy at charge' of tilt 01 %%ii~ '101 It erI"rL ~= S JACKSONVILLE,
R'eporto fromo 1':!1:, '.1 1 i -, :terrs of the situation as far as they d,'Ct-.j4td wilt, pl.ilOflilt olileitir. 1 -D~~FOIA lteddick id tio #lr I, : it tli It r* to'oti ~riieo, aRitl] have do-cided to get l%,obt'rt "i ll it'llali will loavi flarle lion indicate, di~tt. i-'t vo'a! tittO;t I tho r. of all arrngeniett. Fritti l, otf Ilit'ge tD. 8 U I am m
of head ed .et ot'- /, :, ti,' %t 1%;!os !erin th oil ~z.' of I tt'city tin' te dee~sse and the fat:: y are- ilvti i: Agnf for POWs Milwaukee 8 for
t b ecrup a.- a r,,, if.4 te d V\ ii~sert, poo'r I ib lt 7, 11 lee owo$ .; tr tiet 1,$1 .T)
point in I lp Soul~h, o anywh to, ilob1let) :, ill r 11111, 11) (if I ll Iii, rleo/ # I fol
lettuce imd lroiw ::c:-' a 1 1.' %ii(1 i ahi boast (if m~ore cofli et injure!l tfo anly e'Xt ~I: '1 oa'e'ie tloFf at: ',int's2Ville. )lilt Often The Kidneys Are I Jung's Cincinnati Red Heart Beer.
0,t oit. :!,,s~ Ih r .\ r, Yto ii t!,y hloto h.'t tlisorgunilfed, and worvk Pyoorw r er li1e. I9 'I i t r d,, $1,
teen ars ot I :0 1- -~ < to. al I Il )4.ie'1: t nlit att Iiliioiogt ally ptric' W akne A
lil tht- No-%% 't )r. ii .r' 1 1! tq ii; x re wilInlg It) pitir ', despite II..!. ' I'-'t' t'trli-'iete-ri g it 4%'iie It % ftv1ii' SWf eiiu*% ii i o (W? I\eai ~ ri~


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4 8 'THM (*AINESV iE SUN: FEBRUARY 6,1905

Agent Welch of the Southern Ex- W. P. Lee has returned from Geor- TO BUTIFY 9 5 4
press Company returned a day or two gia, where he has been for the past
ago from Points in Lake and Sumter four weeks. He reports that Mrs. Lee, YOUR G P01
counties, where he hu been in the ca- who has been quite ill at Brunswick, IN 10
RY.pacity of acting route agent for the has been rem ved to Savannah, where Dat usE
W IWEcompany. Mr. Welch states that he she will have'all the advantages of
RY A made a thorough investigation of the modern medical attention. a t l ia
condition of affair: as a result of the Ruby and Pearl Lee, his accom plished _ _ _ recent cold snap. A great many of the daughters, who have been with their
0 vegetables and some fruit was frozen, mother in Brunswick, are expected to -THE UNEQUALLED BEAUIFIER .
but the trees were unhurt, even the return to their studies at East Florida
=i goe tenderest sprig withstanding the cold. Seminary during the next few days.
A s p tor Friends of Mrs. Lee will be pleased at
-? ~~~~ ~~~~About sixty per cent of tile orange the i f r a on h ts ei im oi g. ,x
the information that she is improving
RE 1Lt crop had been shipped, and, inasmuch in health.
S av es H ealth as all the fruit was not frozen, the loss Frora Sunday's Daily Sun:
will not be so severe. The people are B;est hand-made boggies in Florida.
happy and prosperous. C: C. Ped ick s
of Royal Bki Poi~rder is Gaiaesville's lively suburb, North W. F. Grissom of lochelle
ah I of h Btkin gGainesville. keeps pace with the tradinG i h ciele.
essential to the hea ness of the times. The people of that section are rg Main the trucker of Rocky
a progressive set, and always avail P o e w a in i the c y ofR idy
family food, themselves of an opportunity. They Point, was trading in the city Friday
are always found talking of the ad- C. W. McDonald of rockyy Point wts
Yeasterments the food. vantages of North Gainesville, with among the business visitors to this city
5ea, men the result that they have created a yesterday.
+' Alum baking powders are injurious.
Ap rudemand for houses which is astonish- (eorge Beck, the trucker of Rocky
ing. An enterprising merchant of that Point, was among the visitors to this SATINOLA Is new dincov saveRoyal Baking Po d health, burg stated yesterday that residences city yesterday. and money refunded It It faiCtoremovet
RoyalOBakingsPowder were very scarce, and it was doubtful J. Lee Stokes of Micanopy, one of worst case of Freckles. Pimples. Tan, Salo.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. whether one could be found for rent in Sheriff Fennell's worthy deputies, was ness. Liver Spots. BIack b the skin ore
the place. The North Gainesville peo- in the city Friday. eo n. alth y La es the be ut ,,
inth ctyFrda.soft, healthy, and restores tebat
____________ "- pie areas clever as were ever born, Judge J. A. J.Strickland,a progres- youth. Thousands testify to the wertt
_RII. T. Schafer, the North Gain~sville and It is no wonder that houses are site lA J. Sa d, a rog in oa. Prepad on.0by NEWS OF CITY AND baker, was the victim of an accident always in demand in that suburb. sive planter of Hague, was trading ini al. Pepad o b
CONDENSED Wednesday from which he sustained the city yesterday. NATIONAL TOILET CO., Pari,
COUNTYa sprained ankle, and which has in- Although the weather was rather S.C. Dell of Alachuaeiber of the Sold in ainesvile by 3. S.
convenienced him considerably. Mr. unfavorable, the entertainment at the firm of Dell, Jordan & Co., merchants, & Co., J. W. McCollum & o., W. ,. Schafer. in alighting from his wagon, opera house last night, given by the was among the business visitors to this Johnson and all leading druggists.
Twentieth Century Club, was well pat.ciyesrd.
Matters of General Interest Oath. in some way turned his left foot suffi- city yesterday.
ered by Ow r ciently to produce the result. He con- ronized. The musical program as well r.Wanted-One 8, 10 or 12 horsepower
tihrued his duties, however, and aside as literary num bers were adm irably W illie, of Wague are spending a o r i rht boi l c n i ar an efro m a little In co n ven ien ce Is rig h t re nd e red T h e sin g in g by th e o ld fa- W illred A p plag uey of sp e for pr"g ha rele in et PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS side vorites was heartily received and the days as the guests of the former'svile
The Woodmen of the World, local recitations well rendered. A detailed brother, '. F. Kite, North Gainesville. P H. Westgaard, formerly of th What Has Happened and What Is Going report of the entertainment will ap- P. G. Ramsey of Wacahoota, H. L. city, where he conducted the Gae.
to Happen Told In Short Paragraphs night, at which State Organizer C1 H. pear later, Owing to the fact that Hays of Hague and W. A. Strickland ville Machine Works, but now holding, Miss Wimberly, who was on the pro. of Paradise were among those who fa- a lucrative position with the Florida So That "He Who .Runs May Read" Dame of Ocala was in attendance. Mr. "' vored Grainesville with a visit yester- Machine Works. Jacksonville, is i,
It In The Sun. Dame made an appropriate and im- Ingfrom an attack of I grippe, she day. the city on a brief visit to his family,
Prom Dpresive address to the members pres- was unable to appear. This was very A. E. Whittemore of Bowling Green, His friends were glad to welcome
"rom Fridayo's Daira wasui. ent, which inspired them with a de- much regretted by the audience, as Ky., who has been down near Lake- him again.
cF. Irwin of Fairbanks was in the terminatios to increase the member- she is considered one of the most gift. land on a week's fishing trip, is once W.W. Colson county tax asessor.
city on business yesterday. ship. The Woodimen is one of the ed elocutionists in the South. more a guest at the .Odd Fellows' returned yesterday from points in th+
Mils Cameron of Rocky Curve was finest fraternal insurance orders in the From Saturday's laiy Sun. Home. East End where he has been for the
shopping in tile city yesterday. State. and there is a fine lodge here.Eatndwhrfihs
rshop. in the iTyyrterd fRoasCaIt. ater a fie leerye.@ L. J. Knight of LaCrosse was trans- Mr. Terode of Lynchburg, Vs., who past few days on official business. Mr.
Mrs. K. R, Turner of Rochelle was Cha. B. Carter, for several years acting business in this city yesterday. is spending the winter with his family Colson states that the people of th
-M shopping in t wscity yesterday. employed as a conductor on the AMlan- Mrs. B. (;eorge of Morriston was at Windsor, was a visitor to this city sections visited are prosperous atd
Mrs. eo. Granger of Waldo was tic Coast i ne, has tendered hi res. among the visitors to (;ainesville yes- Yesterdry. Ile is well pleased with happy, and are not discouraged on ashopping in the city yesterday, nation, and will engage in the mer- terday. Florida. count ofthe recentcold.
*" Mrs. Georgo Law of Arredondo was eantio bnsinets at u)ala. having pur--t yChased m of the largest and most Emery Perry and son of lMelrose fa. 1"ss Louise iorton, a charming Mr. and Mrs. A. 1). Tison of Earleshopping in theecity yesterday. successful groceries in the Brick City. vored the county capital with a visit young lady of Williarnston, S. C.. ar. ton are in the city. the guests of the
_C, W. Stephens of Aiahut was Captain (trter is weil known in this yesterday. rived in the city yesterday, and will be former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. 0.
among the visitors to this cily yvlt.r- section, having been formerly a con- Chas. M. MeKinney, a prosperous the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. lR. .mer. Tisov. They are en route home frot
daay.s whr on Sturdy monin day. duetor on the lligh Springs-Micanopy farmer of Graham, whs trading in the son for a few days. Alachua, whereon Satur
Burrell Wigginsof Haguewasamng run. lie is quite popular, and the, city yesterday. Mr. and ire. Claud Brewer have re- they attended the funeral of Furmat
those who came to ainesville trading traveling public will regret to lose his A. Ticker of Roehlle. justice of turned to the city from Williston, E. Williams. a brother of Mrs. Tion.
yesterday, services, the peace uf that district, was a visi- where the former has been engaged for Her friends here offer deepest sym)r. l,ucr:,tia Robb is beautifyini, her Yesterday, February ., was what is tor to this city yesterday. several weeks constructing a residence pathy.
pleasant residence on Fast Liberty called "ground hog" day, when it is Williai l'rice of Melrose and Rob- Mr. and Mrs. e m
street with new poiit. baid th ground hog, or woochuck, ert Wynn of Bell were among the v First-clas buggy repairing and formerly of ainesville but now re:::" ereot ith ne ps~n, l~ad the roundhug, u wo( ehuek err \'yrpainting.l C.e C.og lhedri.ckintingw-.m sidirnk. in-lM adinoi a1ex in tehencity.itaand
A. L. )auslhtrey of Rocky Point was comes from his hole where li ha, been itors to this city yesterday. P*. e and Monroe idin i e usof rtiv
among those who favored (Gainesvilh' hibernating for the winter, and if th Born to \I r. and MI ri. Benj. F. Duke, constituting the irn of Venable families of A I)aCosta ad W.
with a visit yesterday. a sui VihintS go l( Calk see his haduw, he l)unitlhl, a line boy. 1.rinds in, this .Joses, manufacturers of lumber ard Wilison for a few (lays. friendss ar
.. Trailer of T'raxhra returns to iiswinter quarter and in "ityh a tn weocrins the ai
=-+ ti ,.nt~~rtl~ern cityitxtendicongratulationsnaval stores, Kanapaha, were inhieihe t el~ete giae
e] hait and dinner o)f t hat jIlac'. was te nrhtn htitids ix w k iir' W arrant ). I )eeds for s ale it this of- ity o~n business yesterday, glad to know thnt both arc enjoyiti
+ transacting businessin thl i city yestv, r.-of w i ate rmay be,,x iteted If the stin flie i',t c icr dozeni $" 7$ per hu n-- ,day don t whin, warm wevathlier will .sr~tuu d red Ca4h must acc,,mpany order. The infant grandson ot .1. W. li hr- good health. telvrmnh
+: .,+ 1']", I hite of linagua., one of the +ome. 'li'sia rue does not alIwuy, hold Mrs .1 ( '. 1floke of ]Lock lill, S C r d roseas, di,.d inl hradford county \V. 11 T'homas, telvrmn a
-- poresiefan~r o ta ,gtod, it)'l [+lih s tn did not a pive r 5"e.- is n the city, and will s pend the wn Th'~u rsd ay iiigh t The re'mainus were mo ved into hi s e h'tart new otli c''.
pr: aong h e aers t 1thi it rd ot w ay i~,e air wa th.r ,rwihrsst. r.J es[rg. brought to Anutioch cemetery. whet're w hich has j,1st beeni cumpht'ted iii t1
t-d ype i'P p 1 Rn f Orn e i g ws the interment w-asiheld yesterday. interior. As soon as the furniture
+yesterday C. !'. Ii mitma n of MelIrose, th, uu T .Itt rOaglegt a
I '.i.iytofCy tSta t. lar IPrtiliriettr tf the' litiffnan tlhusc, among the, pronitent East l',ndc'rs I)ur labor contract saves possibl,' loiss properly arranged, it will mnake one, o"
-- ~of the nmost progressive' i. uitl /,,s was it the cety yesterday for th,, pur- whe' paid t ainesville a visit yesterday, from advances made to employss, I the ha ndsomest suites in the city. )Tt:p ,,' ~f 'onultllZ ir. I I Aler[n rice : 5itor less by mail, 31., cents jor Thoniasbelieves in something nic,.. that section. was a buts i nessl Visitor to ~'~~~g r. Jo~hn I'. l lutenza, It cigar man iifee- e 4h $ rhnrtd;'ah iho-!and in these new ('tiarlers he will n':.
Ii lutan isa Nortlherner Icy hi rt h, but turer of W\'aldo, was among the busi- defr. 'l't; G,(ainutvi lh,'. Via. dawlbdsp~ne
-H. C. 8tev,,n,. the jeweler Ir iih has bt't'in ilt this ts,'ctitle, s, tlng that h' nes vi ,t r. to Gainesvi le yesterday. lxk r adt e pe tfl~~~ Information hap reached this city ,
-+ ;Springs arid watch inspector t,, the knight prti,,rly t.' t' rit,,,t a "'I.race '" lobert .v Cllellan and \W" IV 'r'ay. prairie no)w, with t lie resul, thdatl 'unt- the death, of Mrs. Phil ('. Wind!
A X itC(!i, -uue asntitgte aid hit is a go t~d on''., toot. for nt't ho r depart,.d yesterday for \lhach ua, ers art, iii their g hiry la rg,',r n1u11,. r. tntht, r of l'hill ip \Vi id we 1i0'dI non t
viios t hs st es- dy int', e'li-rt tug. eve+r Ijlie,, }{ta t here tI., will atttett the fu neral art' teing |bagged! daily. and the :tot this city. wthi ch occurred at Talbotto:.
M r..I .1 New berry of lligh SIpritigs detie a gr,.at dral ftor \lelr,:t, iii t! this nori.ig tf lFurmant \Villatus.' ig is itie a sp~urt ti, thoseP w ,, e ha., recently. Mr WVind married .Mi:
; ,wan it the cii y fttr a few huur r yt-t,,r- mat te r ,,f attrat tulig It'iri-I., th, er,' ewnanit~ it' cem etery. t. Nen a ,Je-rnigan of this city, and tht;.
..day. Shel was ,'tu route It, \ik'amipy latd d,,s,'rv,, the thankN tl t., p~uph,' J 1JiI., andu ;.<). ,Mmin of .\lachtna J. 1B. ('annard arid .1..\l H ll;:m.i ,f are new residizig at l.ivt' Oak. \lr"- hr.' s te will visit friends [of Il i ~rogrt' sii, towt fu~r his e'ui,'rgy, Wt~ wn ItZ those who visited this eit3 .\reht'r we're' atnng the visitors to t i dtsa r se t a ''l oto i t
.1 h h, .r, t)'i iiwi ukii estirda3 Mr. Ellis was formuerly a city yesterday. Mr. Shipu:ian wa' fr homne of the, deeased.
--_. .is h o,,,, at the, Ihii~ ltoit,,';, t ', R E A l T H IS__ schtol tt'a 'i; b u~t 1ow holds a iosi- som e t Imnnea lu,, bter na,,t fat tre.r ,f Cad t Lel~oy 'aylor ofE ast Fl'orid .
h.-algue. Wt atml~lig ttut' h ~sdtt I A iii tinu as a i,..,ian with 1.. N, h'carec~ Archer. but has r,'e'ently ClO i,:couity capital a ist yett, rdry \l .ubit...\Ala, In'' ,.. J,+ ,i[ A \ W]iam s, a Iro i ti('mt ititen m ill w ithi a i a ,ppint uticnt to a cadetshiip a'
P.: Tak,,n l~p Aioo t lhe,,uble I. ii hr. I W\ 1 Itlh, t. i,ouiis. Mut I,,,ar aid nxt're, ,',t of Waldi, was in the lDr. J llarrisi',i Hodtge5 r~aJe- x. r,.. \%',t heint, has received instruct o,.
umumhi hay tiar' eano let my p~lace. ,r liai :, trie'd dutIevr, ut tii 't,,rS city 3ester.!sy. lIe, is a brt'th ,e'r to ft'e .ional i it to l'ec, 'ky l',int i*., to t,.po~rt at 1,ort M e 'huerson, At!a t~t',
%' l~~bout th rio, yeairs old i I)t ,,r w il ',I
-- ~apply tit J 1 3tattht'w. Land h'IM aidt th.+ rtiiU I fu +e'~ r al )'yw Fu~a I \lm of ..I u ,- d'' }~~ hui' l,,. s,:itnntned t., fi r 'am ,natilti on cr before May
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-.,hi. 'h, rogi'i'i,' tof ('att,'; .1 aIxey i4t~: c.-f.i uu ~ tu~t h~ c.a''h l vse dii oatn h r I. tLluuili- 'ad,'t Taylor still t,,, rcluired, inl I
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luIst iam 's-i, i e-i, ltiti \\ ,,hr. flis' her,:t lhts,',,.,ry', Mr. . \\ce'eki of Satantiat.. itho trust that .Iih' w+i. -,on rtcc \e,,r r,.1,rt at W ,t ]'oimr, t n .une '5. 'lb
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