The Gainesville sun


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The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
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H.H. McCreary
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Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
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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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)

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sosanLayo Ms XXIe, NO. 57~ CAnESVLLE TLheirA MONDAY, WeeEBRd OUR 14 1.9ay: 05trbe INE ROLLAR A EAre

BTISH HIG COURT Tral rtturned Beeaed "Dearie Mr. 'tici: BROTHERS CH GE che thee Wit LV Pik OVE ON HN rD
CI tio Afoe Se i Wekl $un mindl cotrfor
Tr (ansfr an D iploai Cop.thClu baS

onsn d F aeb. Must(elye Com Tr n bassdo co rmik f a..e~~ T aeion Arkt., W ere FI-ou nd Col- U. penl I. Aas oree o ot Wrays:) I. vrto tie Back.) h to iv Sta n i e d le u g wl e o l) a b s ~ u o b r q a r n j i char ed itj W aseariii fr duty aslo aa mem e o e t killed ftd %%oVItho X In t ol
-ei i n t i o n n o t e F a c G o g M y r m a s d r m r e i g f t e m t e and___ br t. g ne a o ur e m artil.e y an had tlo ma eforli; 1. 1 %lol. a t Ilg t a 0
DICTE WITH, CAIn arT Prtesid~, entlaking McrrgmntHen r. TOe THie ocurrOed CAi#a faratae tusription 147 bieI te Hook tutu tl ITSCNRGTN GI
an g~we nnient ry Whtan s e ar in Di m tc Corpse at te a t d bCh aml R b ey I o um ains Th i hCe o ew.e t T e srilv' a l-mt i o Dl
Tse MeuncWill Nowver Tred in t e j L aondo n. h e b.ssadort Re. Allpthed Eovidne Wan, Circusate teo rthe Diie te ta mperatoe wasry~ Telv T Iusn ti en Siililti a~,,Ith Uitedf Astte Caort ofo Qebec, Roov e r 1.~ Wilson ar ate fr th' Buta knringr Whttertere h Ov e r t* 41 dod we erdee beow sero. bu.\ u I lro W o In St l.e rs r S .1e .190n 2 and oderudn the ofd ministers to Chill ill b~ense d tpo erall soldaso hi a mtGag o o n a s m w a l rw e esrc

the nctionpof J sticicCaroe in rtemplasTheer i m of s C isron er ed u y Joht ho urew ds go thek t raeli nigh F~rai- ng srctirin. Warlltris cuing reene nd Gayor, an Ca- udge Sayne reportsntdwit2hde rerest bhlowidingry IlbuBoyla
8odn eb.raord eiye intrntin, atory when ck the s St. m et o s-y ro n. sar theb.d o1.f Ruh Bln and ay, aIo nd a c oded p In origt havarnwivoki ait.- OlK~~ v 10n exirlke das':)Tepiv oni reneen bure will b rove d fma or o lying i)n ti e n jai, capdite mountain Wao d We as r ou hem e fa el illed o wiuee tttou. decision thrionis rou t i e- thelinge. Gore iser an meachetA oo sh ntrdteyadadorryoecatwt ufao omt a a competent tribunal~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~te birgdwihcor.lieo Pat Cnn) ok h iltre fa irc trgla stths I.oertet;fuoasentloo; woS. fo~w,: e-e orcsnfvo of the o I a. rpilas io icmo sing He1- auide rin iat har, o t whn brovh gen lt coutail and r hoe de then ;makeo Wikit(ril -a5 -al
ernccao pn fmrisonment.crear ered Thly cri.mte osu ied In far ate rnpof14 mlwee Poin thl'e t thky wet t gi % 10
Whit, ofthe inbey tnant-d b thfaniy. obband1 blnt s Tore ndtbfr we& we t 'ilaIN11it 11i. all 01911-1111111 tHLY.t Theh chn i e esd i ug n o use will y am rassad er to c n exeu tsing t e h t mur ers C InC the sart d e to e tesm e t urg asu Cel v iii-lti d flvi aIt UACC -i' n
en~ f utce C rn. o u bec, r I t he n e r of peni on atillse d ow ay k wi a the Ui d fah d dre'l Flortd sunshdere b low oter o rnb tr rlre'd S .'te'jl oltcet arort~ h.4
13.192, ndorere te rspnd hinuse t o i, to oi n wae aini ter t cen coyseod h e fam otr e o od h oudws ofthepaty mildnh't stdfr It.k
t topytecss th apel mngh, atoiedg., favraeeu IAWr sung pr anf wce t wi th ought Slit -abo t n o r iardeges below.iII, ale*u Iwnen )O
o on~' eiincutclyc i l tn e townsend blfof tennsy lv n ,o had evidt lydthar'i~i l'.- .S Phini Ad levl I llo 11 -1lons 4111rilli'r ailrk lies ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ b theI Icio of Justicet rearion it Geira.Thrre ws ev'ed J I.o had theO tri Int thlrtithre 1#1in :t'rI 4101 Alei heei'll oty
leaingGrene nd ay r, nd a- ude SwayCe tas t esen whlpith his- laorettg wo, dine bld flmBan, h)Irs com 'w NDIn baHE tSvNW nb)h Oweae'ii rt vtrsc~c w. tretew
'a "etraor~narysenat on ai~ad a n l Wrowded upo all aonrim lg T he artil I~ee witou hloelh i I I !"Idc
dds ahe lllla dni, evody ni 1111' 4) moI( Unrti aon. Wh e wor oif r heavy eIsow)
Wn he itheoer a rivped for recn fanllg In th fro t yard. oen ptth e d.or etNr,-, nni te p 1 v woh ~WeeapiorrI ruh e ar Tafng t setnt s atunipahmn I n aon aswerntee the )'arn4(i 01 i-d, hi, Iarm oveprots, iwthe bueeto coat. to 411 bu 110
o aco peenttrbual hage wih mauteaatircula. (o .)tkt he a alsc o f afercel struggle th e his) III o e btn;reaai govs w o 4t.i iret''l-d. lCivh. 11. Tel i'n~rt cAirutu and t h af w~gat's a agdt, e som. rds withan hd lay wt ofE arsOf woolen mocksi wil h te again. 11111the' d ispo leef itil I 'iti-Iis tavhe Iua prolaaii r in niti r muide wre th had o olle hn sev'i fel srock u nd erso he over them MitcHIo ere Ire'.blyh''u~ It lno klo pais o-fe im ritAiigult't. l erd Byan a. elet of ru Ae'nft lled In a a tr TRtwOPS TOt ISOR mat et hy w'r iall'le FE' LT .t p~~~~~~~n bme nle sh akdt h ~. nj-rhm 1 p-ii i ilwanke wt t s o e rat.i acaagnatu ii ciieaht-illcty scffld. hoi oa rcee o0f xtngo thoi fthe ind',6 1111 thbitrtd to. a sohenin abou Go'l e s toew 1an'i liitt Col unty to
WidAr tRAVES Oate ofL Anno bil, rayc waotf m ang 'cael cpI- it londrd tunsineb the e he ,14"4il aem11IIK V ,I %ttlul The hao~ecom ite'on AY an fted corners f the% aiiier theri eloh hestor tepryw ud' tn o i 11,i~' Fe' j iii jtlc'r-jli f llicri iAv4 Afenr Cati o f' Bat Bea e rEx.r w or a nsd cofvered( in.rb)Frthe plorrt1. a~e hk nd r oegad. ittet thecrich bilii' Meta4111 Ilk 111' dan. l il n the utariff Sil ftee rf.b u door toe1hl pnc. hi ~ ien III, di %- r e i g l ()f* fitr andt tho ilt -- av* tad peeer tm f in 4iit g t ear S..t Ik. Feti set@ harves willi eieen c 'ci'?tii
The. hil isa on cft evs on jthV4 11rt wetrnc te cl, N E H NO .b ~' 'lelceIti

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Published Twice a Week-MFltonday and Thursday


rni'ieu umu hn i-turnedI -v. -.~nt Iq~u uir FORTY-TWO DEGREES BELOW O E N U D E

1111 ~ ~ ~ s' IW u4uC U TAfer I' toleonlrorffUIlf~ IN N Is the Kind:of Weather LiOLut. Pike,

J. REVERSES DECISION 1lc o~fn ue e Tl, nited tthe r WITH TRIPLE MURDER Ina letter to The Stan, dat.'dl Fort STICKERS ARE KILLED
Vvermilnat then aviw alcd to the privy 1______ ). A. RhisselI, Wyjoming, Februitry 80),
COUflcII of 1;g!-uii.l he ho highest courtLiu.RlnS.PkIthnftr
sene and Gaynor Must Come, In that country. Their Victims Were, Fuund Corn 11e. lin A.. says ~ -i nf Distilrbances In RuslAa Are
Back to tand Tril. pletey Beheadd. "DearMr. hie: Enclotwd film checkRe wd ilV.-r
Bac t Stnd1'a..NEWS FROM NATIONAL CAPITALp1yBh, fo r )on palitnet(it mf *~5.5) RneedWih ip r
I tion to Senfl- Weekly Sun anile Iso for
DICTED WITH CAPTAIN CARTER' President Making Arra~gements tr ROBBERY THE SUPPOSED CAUSE father's subserilition to ba sent to him STRIKERS CONGREGATING AGAIN
Transfer In Diplomatic Corps. -at Columbia, S. C'.
ese Men Will Now Be Tied in the Wasjhinjgton, [t 11.1 ,.- -1 irp.&deft All the Evidence Was Circumstantial, "We have bet having Smne very Twelve Thousand Men Strike &t Big United Staiek Courts for Embe:- Rotseoveo hai fCrially arranged for thet But Prisioners Were Bound Over by cold weather and lotts of snow. .% Iron Worki in St. Petersburg--Soyzlement and Defrauding the Goav. trantiftrs in tho Idglh L~uropeau diplo- Veidlet of Coroner's Jury-Father few days ago th tmnaporattaro wa oral Facto~iss Incresecd Wagjes to Matte po,;tv whieh he oontcmplies reported 22 degrees blow itero. but it
cement. putting into foret' on March 4. Am- Had Sold Form for Gum of Money.. Imuhplessauter noPrevent Triuble.
London, Feb). 1O-(Dolayed In Trans. biasador AMcCorniick, Of st. Peters- Mdarion, Ark., Feb. IL.-Johii and Al "Rtecenly I was ordered to Forl ssuion-The privy counctU rendered burg will becotno ambassador to botBtya r In jil rhargod wiLb Washakie for duty as a member of itar.0 1. .- (ver 100) srIk~ri
decision this morning in the France'. Georgt- Mnyer, ambassador mudrn ahrmtebnlboth eea a omk eehle or Vwinklo Ill taoli, 01
ne-Gaynor case, In favor of the to Italy. repheces, McCormick. Henl- turlri, fahrbigrat rthgnrlcutmriladhdt ~k l Ina 'Aol' lait nigt1 at So*erican government. ry* White, secretary of the embassy at o. The crime occurred on a farmt & stage trip of 147 miles In the Hooky tisie
Th cuci evredi to ug*Lndn wl b abssdr oRoe tenanted by the family. Robbery to Mountains. The night before we went The s.tetilee' liadI aitopt'.' to put
e o ucicev e Iar n to~ Quebe, n ii ambasso r ato pRoesen supposedl to have been the cause, tho over the Divide the temperature was oaut tit(- ltri'N In the fiitt't whou thd nts f Aitic Carn, f Hnry I,.Wlon be piniset sons knowing tha~t their father bad re" reported 42 degrees below zero, but ti-oopm firod sttoeiaf kilit.4.
13, 19D2, and ordered the r,'spotid. minister to Chill. wilb iitrt gently sold bib farm for a good round was sonaewhat ntildor when we struck
to to pay the costs of the ai,.Ieai. Birmingham. Enig., succeeding 'sm part of which It was thought be it-about 10 or 15 degrees bWow. 1AIA ~) t '~t tior r
0 0ounClIF8 decision caustically crit- rence Townsend. of Pennsylvania, Who had wiath bin. "W aeteti ntit-he gi aett Pv'Ie itho (l, ril tey
lasthe action of Justice Caron in retires. The crime was discovered by John hour cmde thek train g th ighyte gn threisitriiti tl,ioeir that' lMifl trw.y,
lesIng Greene and Gaynor, and Ca- Judge Swayne was present with his Gartwho, riding by thle Boylan hour day n c, t rvelping a eight thavi reetivoand l,'strueel.,Is Moe ptro
's "extraordinary intervention," attorneys when the senate met today. hoesav h body of Rush B~oyla. nd aadalcoddu nalgthv ceieiae lileedI 'tc
d adds: When the hour arrived for riecon- lying In tho front yardi. dlecapitatedt. mountain wagon. W~e wore our heavy il limtirly.
"Where a prisoner is brought be- verking the senate is an Impeachment As soon as he entered tit(, yard evi "rmj overcoats, with buffalo oats --a competent tribunal charged with court, Senator Platt (Coun.) took the lence of a fierce strugille met bin VI, over the-n; furtilape and gloves; two St. I',ferhtirg, l.h t Te'tntlr-4 chair. and the sergoant-it-arms made Mion. Rtush B~oylan's helid lay to ont pairs of woolikn socksi, witch Dutoh force of tho I'ul1iTft ilr~e'Ita the usuoal procllamation Imposing asi side, where it had rdlle-d when sev, felt sockks and overshoes over them; In Irone lica 11 hti nel5 tli-ikultI1 A lenco on pain of imprisonment. oreet ly an ax. the Instruai.'et umed le a lantern between exaN mane's feet, they we'rm unecilill in t, 6A l', !tIli till
rho, hecuie today proceeded to con- ei'uit h'tremvc' i iand blankets fore and aft. inatioaen.'eta'ti ca olere s'l tir dhay.
sidr te attr f pnson ill. xectig te hte muilrs.Intil! I started to say something about 'wolVe tlewea1aeet eceenl itit MIL .03 Te thoe matrofmitension bwas&i doorway wav tho ntang~ 1 likit eecapld Florida sunshine, but the other ruemThe hieute cmmitee o way mandated corpse of the t 4il, r, tivir cloth. hers of the party wouldee't stand for It. "iho tvaclohrfa'tt' e means, atithorizetl a favorable report Ing tnrn and covered with gore. Slit, "With kind rultards, Ine'Ieid I8,6k ilk' W U~s' of tho ew ei' t) try
on the ta riff bill for the Pbiltpiluitee. bad evidena d i c* reviiist.j !Ilw~i'H .P a r' 'e Iioc eoi tc ii.~ek
The bill it a comaplete revision, the G;arrettt went Ithrouo teaisllUDR H* E, SNW hiet I li'.I w-111t Ice A hatler. el.etJ
duties collectedi by t he' Phi lippine goev- NDERiili THE theW old. tua. ru' C.I1
e'Ifl ent oaunt ports from all count rit4. well, as hie dlid every Re rae er or io under thei sneow lb'rt, lit firs there is 1 el, Ia e 1.t iice p t fet'' t Oitt andti ll( sirlitdtiiv4 a.i pcrepare-d by Ste. fancil1y. In thV ldr chen. oat tie' flour. death, tic- i t to
retarv TIaft w-ro not antaended lit any we're the rectaino oft Ilk filitiei, lit,, I. toin under thce seclow the sweet-scelet. 1vit' lisi I.' v -: Im het hi material partleaclar. housid also sovervid ferom the body. IIt ed breath titmiop* iucpi-iiid Ilhir piogirt-Aii and
Augusetats L. Sliier was hantgede to, the sarne yard with 'ilts tonenie'nt of of the spriengtimce will' rite algalt. niletly dipecM't w tl. (lay hi-re In the Jitil fur wife-niurdpr. murder wan thil how,. of John v na A IFrom mider the. suow ice th f .lnlor iekiled iswie a~ Acga~. uebert Boylan, eldest P'e tif Atlisrt It'y earth TROOPS TO ESCORT FELTN91111.
prautorer sailed as he walked to the Ian. Thi on r l- aewt t edeaced warma
tatter of their fatheiL l. 11110 ibirth, IWhen H ost raht ort i
-All the evidence A~a,, Ircum n ;rtlael. Th lwlr ~ loiagain IGive His Testimony.
WOMAN BRAVEST OF ALL. A Verdict of iacg.e r.etii ct lity Uneder the iietuw there are Isle'ssieaga ill Ltlealiio. K), t','!) It.Attiomnel
After Captain of Boat Became Ex. theI coerone's in:u 4111 the IAle 1110Y4 str.II'Ji'' ,'e ,'?lng t- Ahaustd. Se Stered raft were act uoed of 111 c' ti ne, The F or the marcee-r aed hocine.fur tilte, reti1 -!caNc iut, it.. listmajgs. *tilt h utd Sh Stee Crf.and thic'- "'-r At'dMl-t the' 1114!A 1 4111V) ared owthera,
I hc~.etN. S, i'h. i T e btcund boutid ti%'4'r to tit'. ti, t elrn (it (Dill Fe t ers Ititt j et ~?-I !ai Iv' ie eeh n haer~at Ir :ec ti" 't a e-'ae-i l~ct~:aes~ I.!It,.r1;C i hav ~ e st.I itis, b~ t eg il.l i- 'I a *.h, r 'e fa J~~~~hNc) 11 -~N~ 'airIaaar taierp Ter TOun CVt CHINAe MO1 SAI.f nw''I,,I .. ;'.*I.i4ntli

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~~~~~~~~~hf Ua oeso Rthsndo. Teh it is1 andeon t M Seat
owtnst of" Th14 and foodufamtp ~4 h
Ito VSW, wer, ~~~iu.zcw o&ma .t e ~leiwrk fig couty Or angerbe114 i
~~.gsi~mfi Witte for witoo Owg~ bom We soe tel OMm -aWs. xoqee
prevAous aWj's.s mya Th homas, manor af teI hrglyonezmwlhb *1
,,~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~itd aa ths obual tiaista teata itac MSIOAYATRON H
hem#We~~~~ ~~~ as being 1ovee fro $bes tweenul Inkonll is GamWyleI.Febrary .40h pola 0Wo o mk T 4 Lawtdie miiof Hloly In. he.e v 1
W.~ ~ ~~~G. MG~hee 01asO UVaue 904 The Oomlo synthrltter- EpiScls Crchy bensir to an ----Res qta. s astnty n peopl c o f (kai'neil te th "O thel stand ~on diie, ast
mow n Gt~e I~le an ha hen fourth wit hegof too do. $j ane e tor deares a mis on e.
Sh*561 WOyn. he15$ ea AO Whes h atfegttrf to d the auMspwoek of the llsoy~--Isprsneetobe sswuAtkas ad olll th IM woGiele kWdedy feno ofil thensi oorn T10am fallo InTU ls~o~b~i.fte~.b.
thepuehs.ofwha 1 Oi~y erbae & o diumnc ofse eiht quench Gonty Oeek atne Wole Tr1tWCurh
~ bwna~ he Ia~mmev reert, hic daame w itot corect was DrS (e il subjec will br1Atew to wh thou p y foaniyuli ad irfr West ~beuy st e w b neer to- "Ithaov itOs, b..r 13o In e y tKod' he& beveroa grbe, h "otien th poprtawbti welo Ihat themparIlo of te rte. ItSAR Aedls Io a F wil be ba.e En -iq RNt ouarN

t aft b.I.oas a fom bigk Se rat so~e 4 Gainesvi2lle 7 2 Ispn r fretoceadbityad'fl

Poqk of MSi DbieL 1806. did llUW fmusage, eiteept tas several of the fermw ut thi'ir watir*
1111111 MAIL DELIVERY 0&& crop I but most of th'slo have 901
of the County. Will be plnt1i, are tar ad tneed !or s e- kiftfited by This Conven. e term~w iadj
C o l o n l C l r k H s B e g n a r e s o s r b a r d t h i s y e a r .
AIi ok ~,i.. ~ ~ ldan~ ~ as susceptible to at~
a. Frank Claill of Lake 0C1iy Cor. ha be h eoey at mouth', looksrmee
-*in&t firm the Second Cot. OT, r ithe 103143r an tog taot woe It t
loital D(uirlel of Florida, is begin. that lie4iiiiSfudd o VI sba at oreoetm
#Arly. whc il ositapovdd o* aewiss" why you could never get a a
40l~~ sppreelate. Ever itince a~ hmoe%-f- @ S W* ke ntlth atoa
tlEIA November of the pat vittited oeast* every family. 1ttm ace unti th atoa
$ah been studying the Deeds of rnulitz' arn&ias fourteea o1fIe U in 6Iftdit aid
rAf his ditrit, with the e. tight1I aaankarl N ofw, ituu t~'~~'
~s ealendar Is well filled for far from in1 q9bnrh or Buwsy Schol e bthri'd rorany
N. Bartz, representing Alachua IIIh'll"I about Ouilding ej IL 6heuea cod yodcnenoya
as member of the Democraie, here. While Rev. Semiek iualoloi daroycl;yo a ejya
give Committee of the Second te of the Ournberland m etcrackers, the bee bokeri eve
tional Diattict, has received a C1hureh, he i not seotaftam ifS~ &"ak g for
frn= Cot. Clark in which he viw 0r work, but, will woiC- 77te.f
i.that ht desirs to give the peo- best interests of tne esuse ot th
at Alachua woay the benefit t of a ter without regard tabuis ft
a$ free rural mail delivery. Re.M.Nrna fP a l 5
.istgfroiaGaineovilie to all p'ilts his regular appoistmtents at 1
1a yound trip can be made within 9rove Sattilday and saday.M~U~
and wher, the minimum oo we v ery proetil Wid.Oi*)ddred families may be servedt4
etablishment of firee rural takes %,"m.e for a few4~
rotsthroughout Alachua soun- 11f Woleh sountrY mbes9I,
.~ have this day written the do. by an 4pipe.o of Is4* -141,
*uetat Washington asking them family bas #61rdf ~ *
4 oWpiy me with blank forms to p. its la"qW, and mea K19beii& u i rsy
a"hope to have them In aImwth4
J~~s~ blihment of these rout&oe, iOS rn= TWso IG, u AI CUIT OMPANY
l v*oot county will be of vast besefit $topped over to vil pv*Ves
I~.~e~gWay$. It will not only be a WSJ from fit. Louis.
IeA"ise to your citizens but will
Employment to a number of ourtb .shle o "&Waw it~pbh 1"MM WN 4.a~~
*84ja eder that you rmsy understand sh ul betlfi toll tofl l~ love
ibe "*anr of securing these rout". I bI~ Iwmiee .t I'll w wJ U
Wfibritefly state the mu~in require. Chantbetr* 04s40eA
meas: Ias a4 Duts (CAIng, lomolv* and 1114hinery repairs We XUAan101104
qstTheroute must be through and eaorsk &a-rmtdl~ya esaispi" olWi
Us' te rural district, away from the rail. 7lo h ug~u~q5u,, *' ~ go ok a umtd~eya aoat rm L~tdI
wetoration SAn ope"a1itti s 4W
~ sd~nofuh egh ht h rudA complete Gore soft fellows. atW BooAm Sth Osimeeville ee8. A. L, and 0. & 0. Rallfts4.
triprap be made in a day_________from___________the_____f~n day from the remedy will curo a seT0re 80l4 ia s ____,of12nd-There must be along the line tiave@ his sy otsti tian tad~tipsyn AAI RA
ofrout*, and within one mile on either leave" ah s.te at a taurl
sidon hudrd Had offailis healthy condition. Is ooone 0a twoM~ Will be ho"ruoled N~t. f am s
elebon e d rd h a so f mi est tendency toward psiuouia. I* ste W0 room 411E S T;-ro .A
be 'seare. sml pit by lld ruggiss. 0 -el C0 19g70"Oek Ats LU I.
sldereds end I& seem" to me there G'.m0 ~WlYSRN. o~. *W*k .
Might be several routes leading from 1 S
CGineville and reaching out into the P o"Io l o Mit. U. Orziski Will o SHoe "*"I RO wbudet If. Di"g of WMb esIa UW sa
dileorent parts of Alachua county. V1114P.ii'teof~pdinor, ~nUUW~ W W
you will investigate this matter Pta4 Mrs. 11- L*UlIs~h, wh~ og an go"4 Wbt V6t.a~g U u
reporttome~~~i asal syuea.Iyaew sioifdt of ibis eftit 4,~ e~ a1 WI oe *5w L eaww
reU o ea arya OUeo easwe No$. 517.519
think I ean have them established." Ing at Part Of whiqb "iM the eeesdooe 414- ofrheab
Mr. Burt: conferred with Postm 'I. the commereiial M6104l has d4fd.& tier whici *atc tee ob SRE
ter Arnow In the Soatead aset r- locate 1 Whi. ptegs he.reo she will BAYt STREETivl
teamed #at there ip niaw in coutenaphs* Opelvs small but Its..lass hotel metod W ie A nartm The ma- A
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J For many years there has been a During the past year there seems to tion of the State, and a beiag invted
4M . . strong argument brought to bear In have been a widespread awakening of to "ake something "Gi me
"ei December1. 190.satGalneaville. Fla. favor of California as a winter resort, interest In religious matters through- some- water." He was on-that is,
asedoI-elase matter. M nder Act of Con- owing to the fact that there were no out the civilized world, evident in the he had been away for a week smd w
resse arob8.1ii....._ -- thaunderand lightning In the ,Golden discussion of the subject in magazines he could get the best drkig water
fPblished Every Moday and Thursday State to frighten the timid people who and newspapers and increased cnthus.- Take cold easily? Throat in the Sat at Gainesville.
atGaLnesvlle, Florlda are in search of a haven of rest, away asm in platform and pulpit. Thie re- tender? Lungs weak? Any
____,__ ___ from the elements that cause much an- cent sweeping revivals ia WVales and relatives have consumption? Peary is eoqtemplatin another arcH. H. McCREARY. Editorand Publ'r. noyance to nervous Oeople, The earth- other parts of Great Britain have Thea a cough means a great tic expedition. He will land some_____quake, although frightful at timed, did s!nost riva!ed the Eastern war in the where along the coast and proceed innot restrain the people from seeking columns of the dail7 papers, and the laud to Atlanta, to see if he can rescue
STanis or Snuscntros: that sumrnmer land, as they were. not of portraits of the promoters have ap- CAe the people who have been isolated at
The Twice-a-Week S x $1 a year; six very frequent occOrrence, and many peared side by side with those of the that points long. he may be co0
months, 50c.; single copies, be. were heard to exclaim, "Ob! I like Czar and his generals. In the metrop- c o ra pelled to travel with dogs and sledge
ADvsRTIPaIso R rsS: California, because they have no thus- olis of our own State Christian people from Savannah.
Local advertisements, 15 cents a line der and lightning there." are uniting their efforts in this d;:ec- deal to you. Follow your, Saaeh
for the first and 10 cents for each addi- The rainy season was endured .aith tion, and the vast tabernacle is nightly doctor's advice and take Oe of the professors in the Peabod ": ,roal Insertion. Ayr her Petr.It OeothprfsrsntePeby
al lsertion. patience, as it generally comes at reg- filled with thousands whose faces are year's Cherry Pectoral. It Institute of Tennessee has a method
Displayed adve12 months at s eial rates, ular intervals, and when it was over- set toward righteousness. heals, strengthens, prevents, by which he hopes to teach women to is and 12 months at f ial rates. s, For 40 yer I have depended on Ayer's
-lees tornished upon app location. without the accompanying thunder Nowhere has this movement bqen mi Pector.l for colghs ud colds. I think as rapidly as they talk. Would
Marriage and Death notices inserted and lightning-the people could de- more strongly felt than in the schools A. qa .Slisne, lich. It not be much better to teach them t
free. Obituaries, 5 cents a line. pend on having a dry spell, and many and colleges. Whe Y. M. C. A. and Y. 2e.,0e..a..0. ... Aance., talk as slowly as they think; we thi,
-- -. times distressingly so. But the changes W. C. A. In the colleges of the United for that would solve a great problem.
OUR CL.amo Lisr. have come, and the champions of the States have never had a year of soh
e Bun and the Thrice-a-Week glorious climate of Californianowhave steady and gratifying progress as that W e k ung
rho Sun an the~one andc--We th ch1in:10tae aenvrha ero UceTmNirngaso is
(N.Y.) World one year.........$1 66 to admit that besides having a deluge which has just past. The young pnen .has so
The Sun and the Atlanta (Ga.) at one season and a drouth at another, and young women of Florida are not Ayer's Pills Increase the activity O has something fur which to be thank Weekly Constitution one year.. 1 7 they ha earthquakes and thunder left out of this grand procession, and ive, nd thus aid recovery fui in failing to get a seat In the SenThe Ban and the Atlanta teheahuk an tudreooftsgnpocind_ e He now has only a little uneniSemi-Weekly Journal one year. 1 6o and lightning, the dispatches only a their organizations keep step wtth -eable notorety, while he might get an The Sun and the Bemi-Weekly few days ago giving an account of the those of their brothers and sisters in IT IS QUEER, indigent or two if he gets into th
Times-Union one year........ 1 50 destruction of the North Pasdena other State#. Senat
Methodist Church by lightning. StetsonUniversity has two very flour. Strange as it may apear, there Senate.
Ar We omwill not accept stamps of a While Florida has weather condi- fishing associations, which have recent, seems to be a blissful unconsciousness* In one of the Western States they Sarrdo atntnces tions similar to many Northern States ly furnished a hall provided by the of the fact that every commendation had a prize beauty contest and t
*------- except in regard to temperature, the University for their use. For two given to President Roosevelt for his pi e blu ne adi
The trouble with those Hungarians rainfall is as a general thing so regu- weeks they have held nightly meetings attitude toward railroad and trust pictures were published ne leading is that they have become a litle hun- lated that there is seldom any serious lid by President Hulley. in which regulation by the government, is a re- papers. Ol e of the enterprising newsg" 0 gryf*___ damage from droath; no unusual wind nearly thirty young men and women buke to the past of his party. The pydaper inkham electron and got fira
I -~~~~~ ~~Lydia iihmeetr n o iT udostorm in comparison with other por- expressed their desire to enter the way wrongs he would right at the present one
The ground hog had to dig through tions of the United States, and no of life. Parents who send their boys time are legacees bstowed by the money. S the snow nearly everywhere, but "he more occasion for Irrigation than in and girls into such an atmosphere may party at whose head he stands-lega- When the railroad men become
seen his shadow. the Northern States. feel confident that the chances are ciesaccumulated through indifference aware of the factthat first-elsa p.
In regard to reaching the two points very greatly in favrpr of their becoming to, if not direct promotion of, the pow- senger trains must give swith**agin.e New York did not grumble at the by winter tourists, Florida is a shorter men and women whose sympathies are era that the same party's present the right of way while engaged in cold wave. That new subway was too distance fom the congested popula- with whatsoever things that are true, president is expected to destroy. And making up freight trains, there w
convenient a place to keel) warm In. then ofanes then aoruh tad wathheole akn pfrih tan hee
convenient a p e to keep wam In lon of the North'nd East, the facili- honest, just, pure, lovely and of good the strangest thing about the whole be fewer accidents.
--- -.. -~ties for travel unixoelled in any coun- report. proceeding is the wonder as to whether
Prof. Baldwin of airship fame can try, and the distance so much shorter And this Is only one of the many In. the destr'ction will be a:eor.nied now sing: "I shot an arrow into to travel thit the odds are decidedly stitutions engaged in the grand effort by the tumutus appause of his pre. The Russian generals are getti:
space j" but he was there when it fell In favor of this region. Besides, the for the uplifting of humanity. decessors' partisans. W!:"s: s!range tired of their winter quarters, a it
t9 fa*th. limitations on tickets Is better for the -pectacle such action preet-.. so dull withoutthe balletgirls they e:The Republcns in the Senate feel tourist, as anyone can come here and BIBLE CONFERENCE. Such an attitude a : wil admit tertained early i the season wen ti
IThe Republieds in having remain during the old season at re, could have te..~.Tr eas..y taken snow was not an impediment to tra ,
as much humiliated in having LaFol- duced round trip rates, while you go The Southfleld BibleCohference will b) either lHarrl a M*Rualey or
lette in that body as they did when to OCaliforqia on a cat rate, but have hold its annual session at Crescent Clereland for :'at :- .::rve of The Emperor of Germany wants a Roosevelt becam Preidnt oIorclee rfu .
iRoosevelt became 'resident. to return on full fare tickets. City, in the new and elegant auditor- whom were s--~ ia : ad- few of our college professors. \
The rate of living in California is lum, from February 22 to March 5. Iniistrati ~s : ains were have a few who claim never to la It appears that the Honorable Rich- thought to be cheaper than in Florida, with post-Conference lectures continriu- at thatti-e a.. = A: .1tro, as kissed a girl; he can have thern, mond Pearson Hobson of Alabama has although no one can complain of ex- ing to March 2 they Lave Ar:c i' ti ta giants I they are no good over here.
converted the Secretary of the Navy orbitant prices here, and the electric This Conference' was organized a year andr r e; 2... '.tA- r. s. t d it looks I
to his belief in a $2,000,000,000 navy, roads along the .'acitle Coast afford ago, and an undnomiational asscia-. ow a .4t L-As 'era :r-ed over The reason why people who are ,
--- .roads along the 1'acilak Coast afford ago, and an uni,,nonihiational a.spoeia-.o atf t--.e over The

The annual salr of the Czar is $ cheap rates for short trips. With a tion of Christian people was formed to; to a l; ". L: "-" : :jr ubjec- fering with the grip never know e:,MThe annual salary of the aEmperor ofs $Ja- few improvements that are now being arrange for and maintain the ('Confer- ly how they feel, is eplained in t
000,0 d that f the Emperor of Ja made in this State. Florida will sur- ence each season. Th, auditorium wa. L ..j .: 'I..& :e:: a. trough there assertion that it has 17 different for:: iast only $8,000,000J; but we are qumite I.- re', Wo re y0 'fte____pan only $8,00,0; but we are quite pass by long odds any other State in erected last season, the g;ft of I: ~ r een to teeye f the
sure that the NlMikado would not swap thie Union. Edwin Gilbert of Georgetown 0: .= arT.*T- 4ter;-r. as most people have
jobs pith him. : A partial li~t of speakers for tL- .-a t e party to destroy such it is said that there are no fw
....... .. *DON'T GRUMBLE. Ion iA ap foll ws: Rev. C. I. L .:.::,oai and more espec. than 11,0 rooms in the Vatican ::
The talk of Italians supplanting the ...- of Dalla. T,x.; Rev. *'. e --. : own creation. while Rome, and many of them never
negroes in the South may come to Many men, and possibly a few we- of New York, editor of *. ~ ra*:e platform for the last ceive sunlight.
naught. As between thie stiletto and men, make life burdensome to them- Rev. I. S. C'haffr of Nor: ~ .i been moct em-r. -the rarer, we believe the majority plves and others because the habit of he n: ill e i L n f: tr:~ts and Established in 88
would choose the latter. grumbling has become chronic with 4;eo. '. Mt,' : of :r .
C 1 o :"'. v:r;"-: a Thi O
,J *re y lithem. 'lh,y tlhd fault with everything the conp-t r of n:as, : .as a t y i
New Jersey woman attlicted with and their comlaining avails nothing. I"ymn. 11 wi .a ,
lockjaw was told she m ust It t try to The grum ler Ihas o ly on .e com fort, igin~g in 4'. rv r: .,,ti:.; r' a
talk, w he'r,,u ol n ihe ina nm diately and that is tellin other po leh of thir I r i, r. A n. rees r2 .: ...,-,.-.
struck up a cotifabulation that ston- trou h o, l ie mth trouble m n H 1 .* .n r .t .~ .
= ,=, ish d the attending p~hysic'ians. o f their ow n b ult have ,snst, enotug h to (C N ort ,. t t~tn ('." 1 t" ; : > '"
keep them fron others.
('oungres~lan John Sharp Will ian If the grumblhr wants to g, any- STURM BOUNr., :-" '" .has been having his picture taken by I where, and th, weather prevents, it is arra,. ,
different iht ograhlers to see if he just his lutk. he thinks, ani he enters (Iur t.igl, b ri j t .rt 1 .. ... at
oan't be tmade' better-lhxking. John a ,igorous irote'st that does 11o good, ths State of orgia, nr ; a- w *-v; : -y ,.
ought to sak the photographer to tell only keeping u, his re putation as a the storm heir lI .. aI -'.... A , :. that t
him how to look plasa t. grmbler. thousand. b- hade tr ar t ., "n -f e.' ,
If he' ho ld halp p tn to go, to church telegraph h ta .I *e tr.,, e i t :*.....t One of .\la a m 's llnigroe claims to lie grutrmibl.s bee, e' :,, th' armaon i Ivelled an i .. et" ,- .r , have d lte a great de l for hs church oor, y,,t A e er ut mr than a the peol rid e ar*.
without gi tug tnot,,y ie hs ii:- jp'ln y in th ont' ri tuition b r toward a lttlh in,', ni*.,'* fr ,.'
.' onto til, eoilet'on li~akI't t:, \'akt'U," iigl re. za r 'luh t, g:t, hon .,thit:i the, elemita. ,nd t', ,i ""
petijic tip Htht i a. Icing' j'abs'l 11 fI: 10 t'lillig II is tht' k,- ::do,:r r a .
a rod I i a cr t m bls a 1 thos ,, [ l; ir L 0 1.1 ) M i l PI WI AM1 S
-t ,C -,, 4 tI ie,' r,,:,trnl of },,er Iltir tna t,'r. ... ... r ll, trtd Nye r old. 'y
The' spots otn the' asa art :troeea:mng it you uLt stop elplaina e brl g" 0 m I roto 1. i T'x.' x .1 .. .tTetI, . years
m o r e o r l e s s t a l k ti n a ti t h c r c s !tr p a y i l t -o- e n t t n a -.E X P 4 f u l l q u a r t s $ R "
and it is a gt tI thing if il will ily tr ti it jotituit t hav, we 'ly d it' Hr ..'e -.y r' .,- '. '.t... (OI. .AN RITE
have a ttendeny. to uit a iti to aretic crvr.r r'evlr*.'y 0 MA R T
exgpetltiolu s, whetre' ,ottn of t ho ,arch!- Surn,, gr:Ti ... '2,,.n, th, t n': i, .nra r a *ltt. .l nrmst h years old. y
[ e r e a f t r k n o w l e d g. e t h i n k t h , t 'a t l d u l l a n i~ l a r r a . a, n t o, ' , ~ ra ,a I l i t U- o ,4. 4 f u l l a rs i R 3 I *
look up t he ruh.,et bef r, f ld te' gIit, 2, !, ts t I r' t r t.t EXPR.ENN PRI
heated ot h Jtu rA )" st , ,,a us tl r : h I r t:u- P tl i i :l
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EL etDde''sCmele o (~N'\I~~!. i,)A Le iis is to ha r ( hile illoeather Permitting-More Than Two, tie sd I~~h1~e'. mrani Ts Flnee fhith
Hundred Yards Cowsructed First T he 1,.t Colkst Furniture Company
Day-Expert tpoon Engaged in Mak- 'dh is a new butiis euterpri-it, fit N~et I te a
*irg Preparations for Street Work. PtreFrawesq Itilyl~wr Starip, Art Palm iaeh. I h a
Work on the object, lt-iscizn road, Cllaili. J'Ahol-er 'i. Eitwan ke. st jolini coui:qy will r,,te no the icli is being pushed biy ttl. govern- 11 Camera-iIandI Photogni. queitioti of bonding for a niew court
ent, has been ttispt-ndtd teinporari.- plle'r~ SIlippio'%. house, Aril 11 .
owing to tho nasty condition of the, I)Alray is to have a canniniz factory.
aterial which is being used. 1h *rhote is room in Vlorida for numerous
terial has become *o thorough ;iil -,tlie pronipt atIf-litoil. E levela OnsC loutkons
tuatdthtit xas inlr.ojsib>k i thsvner4tl pnn o hE ee l c n f e
ork sanie to advantage., lornc sCren ye-r th opn- of the
per(, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t JH.Dde ei-.iwINGYMLOEieFuniakt Chautauqua as~e'mbly lias
pd ibert, .H o g, ban d r it! I~. ~ AY M O E been greeted with rain.
advsabe L abndo wok U~A hatEntrprsin Vilag isNowin Tampa Elks will put up1 a brick dt atsctor rsults.i~ d r~,Fbury to -ThITatEtrrsigVla e owin toSois ihaldero Mr i g
d eom ufiintydr ~"~Heiphith ot Social Season. building for a club room. It will be 010M o n ng .
Work was begun Friday lnorn:~I((Uii mtilreua ssiz o n d ond floor. I
during the (Jay niore titan two theiioi Time. eglrsesonol ~
und red yards were cnit rtited. 11r. lit'!Aay, the fall board being present. Mrs. NI. Perry's home lit Sampson I h i e
odge attempted to work Saturday, Tile annual reports of tax collector, City was entered by burglar,4 onx Tuesut conditions of the, ,i! caussl~k~ treasurer and st ret-t c'ommittee were day night, but were frightened away onstan rain, were~wb tat ~ y rpeOei'd arid approved. The bill of "'IllP tY -hanlded. O~telre r !.~'11 tW1~M~~ljt ia
me necs~aryto siiloo te tnxcollector was ordered paid, ist. Palatka will have paved streets, aOl h 14re
m oe s ec es un t o oa ter which the meeting adjourned, new enurt house and 10,(") lievilt in i g C yo i tt '. te r 'l y u ia> 'zn
Expert Spoon, wlio 'n gl The martins have arrived, thre first ive years. Goold enough. We don't 1'(re~ 1.h~ adhi' ou ikt esr
making preparations for the street being taen onl Monday morning, F~eb. begrudge them one of the latter. adatld11sd 1
ork, states that he inllfll~ed to begin ruary 6ith, the exact (late of their ar- Plans are being mnade to rebuild n atndti daw ..
e work of tietting upl the rock crusher' rival last year. Conrad Hall at Stetson I'niversltY,
turday, but the co:.dition (if the' 1Lv. Win..Julian left on Tuesday DLand, next summer. About $3,Otxs)
eathcqr would not p)erit. He for a vilit to his. daughter in. White i,. already on hand for immediate uso F p( .u haven't. I' yet, both- tetkd it now, pes that everything will be fa- 1~, th eua etngo h ais and more will soon be avai jable'. bllllC u"' it is toot latet: therel is mil c'bargte wht
rable Monday, however, anid ill that Atitregular mcet oiafterno La Ies t. 3, Knight is going into thP peach -evei'-yoii doti't himll to( Iiako a pin''~ All
vent he will proo-ced to stot te ersh Listerr oityo rdy fno growing business tin a large scale near wte want is your namue :tl
which will reetiire two or three Nlrs. iI.:B. Tolles read her paper enti- Crystal River, ]io has set out eleveni
tled 'Let Yotur 1)ecision be Final." huee re n xet oh venl
,?,r. Spoon state., tl:qV, %('ather per- a ih aebenasrosfr of the best poeh orchards Ii Florida.
itting, lie will bogin the work of as dioer ed in t i tien Mothe al For teen years DeSoto comity has en. (')MEJ'10'DY gets 111 tieIrfji.Ilead se-wing 1111 ding the streets to bie paved Thurs. House onl Bellamy avenue. Help was Joysd the distinction ofbil the ba cq. bolwl rl- ut t,(I tle' nma llw
y, ndbythelat f te'wek oil hmnor and the fire etinguished In ner orange county ofn d anShs~lt~S Will it, tit Ct
in tile layingp of roe'n. 'Fie first I hr redigol abot 2 dm season she will break all previous recems will be the vstahbling of a age, cordered byoinuronlyaoe. 25dm ords by shipping over 54ar- boxes of
n-re of hiarh in rear th exaa New arrival. in town are M.%rs. and the golden fruit,
n o eath ll rdo tomak th 1iss -oheller of Ansonia, Coon., W. Tampa paid tho Federal govern.
per incline. A c''at ,f large ma. L. P~isll and family of Westfield, N. men&11 *I1577( 40 in revvien li duiring
vial. being rock tihe~. of an ord c- ,., an F. Benham of Waterbury, thf year of 1Io4-a gain of -1) p~er eent O P
ry henl'st19 will Ilh(" b"e laid and 'Counl over the previous year. There aro G ainesville Furniture C om y
hled aii d proh s ~ Ir %-, cl : lf' Hie members of the Mferose Read. only ten cities ill thts entire, tt ]epiblio Y
he* ]'ndi !ct' last cNiJ I)-,~ ing Club were entertained at cards ont that contribtt iore min'tV 'than
& flse r -tnwi-wilbco1-Satturday afternoon by Nlrs. Rl. Besaint TIamnps to the lUnited Statco sv le F o i a
WUil be -1 ('jnhlnmti'iii of :Il ri l( sh liad on Mondaty afternoons 1:- A ra, von Gaine vitl- Frlorid'a,
n ,will be nppKidk ?.;il 1li-ik*-d "-' Noszky. W e need a rnilroadl co tiniwi. il th111t
rollr pocete.The ILadiea' Aid Society will servo tea will "ronimish." AMiddle F~loridlai
roller proee~s. from 3 to %; p. mi. at the town ball on kept down by the facetthat tile rail. __________________________________3Mr. Spoon Fstates that w l,va the
et i copletd i wi ui had february 14. .411arti cordially invit- roads take all the value' of e'verythiing
etscapee tAl -Rilrle'd. we raise-exeept erattuca We (11 61-ONE HAS MISCARIL. rtia I~uie
d firm as at rock. and wiillI rvt Ms .W.Iitr, r.I.B.le et ilonwtren-,ksnoilm I ,I i amwli ro it lcitsoer 'I" tie
water to such anr extent t! t. it lal- Mrs Fro Jacittaml Mrsr 1. Toie get4- rich onwtemlem, mtaauoe
anbl- t Ifrs. F. 'M. Toll.'. gave a delight- Irish potatoes, antd toe'ilttce'; if w onsmn .ro J1'su infrdri: i !1 -t wt c n 4- 011. 011111111
ay eIafttimn-uhr at at th4de s 'could get reasonaflble' freight, rates NQ hrhIlilir ot t
on the streets; tl'itint" I '~ ji1 11 on01
ed t is 'stmat'd tt~t t. a'.l. flt ( M onday night.; which WAA Nlonticello News, rherr ham tIe'' n o h ill rvel- I ii lc bi
band will c-oii!tri '7'e2 nl tvt'fally decorated with palmetto's. Tho new Board of C 'cml y I timui- (I'e ill the' lii t' al I ete ti Ie 't'W
C'cc tumbiwiatio ~) f the' hanidsome siiners of Dade eotminty, lt I lie' r iii'ite cu-titet~e 'day, lineal inio.' -. re n lci' against, thec winite wall~i it last weerk. re'tame't t, scrart. tile' & I .eee Iei'nrli i
LETTCE SLL MVIN. I~ It~ i'~) el~u'tive. Te laj~e hai Lerpnitlte of 4o9 t Iby te' ~.i ,tlctaeilIeg)"Itt t1i104e 'iA3oil'1!1'14-1.1

'17 .4.,,i M IT"., ,...A n" .1.W04.1
days ago, afstr a trip to
T C I4 For many years there has been a During the past year there seems to tion of the State, and'o betag larlted
strong argument brought to bear in have been a widespread awakening of to "take something,"esalIf "Give me
.1Sered D"mber St. 10. st Gaineaville. Fla.. favor of California as a winter resort, interest in religious matters througk- some- water." He was on- ht Is,
*sad1seOleaU matter, under Act of Con* owing to the fact that there were no out the civilized world, evident in the he had been away for a week ad ew
_resMa h8.1s. -- ~,hunder and lightning in the (olden discussions of the subject in magazines he could get the beet drinking water
Published Every onday and Thursday State to frighten the timid people who and newspapers and increased enthusi- Take cold easily? Throat In the State at Galnesvile.
atGalnesvllle, Florida are in search of a haven of rest, away asm in platform and pulpit. The re- tender? Lungs weak? Any
-________ ____ from the elements that cause much an- eent qweppig revivals in Wales and relatives have consumption? Peary is contemplating another areB. H. McCREARY. Editor and Publ'r. noyance to nervous Oeople. The earth- oth parts of aft Britain have Then a cough means a great tic expedition. He will land some.
___.... _quake, although frightful at times, did almost r1yalef the stern war in the where along the coast and proceed in.
Tu orSUCR'ario: not restrain the people from seeking olemns of the daily papers, and the land to Atlanta, to see if he n resc
Tathat summer land, as they were not of portres eo ers have ap- the people who have been isolated at
The Twice-a-Week St $1a year;six very frequent oucrrispe, and many pearedl" eb side wivthose of .the that point so long. He may be comonths, 50 .; single copies, be. were heard to exclaim, "Oh! I like Czar and his generals. In the metrop- P e cto r a l pelled to travel with dogs and ledger
Anv rsixo RATse: California, because thiy have no than- olls oou own State Christian people from Savannah.
Local advertisements, 15 cents a line der and lightning there." are toting their efforts in this dire.- deal t you.. FOOW your ro Savannah.
for the first and 10 cents for each addi- The rainy season was endured with ion. and the vast tabernacle is nightly doctor's advice an take One of the professors in the Peabody
tonal insertion. patience, as t generally comes at reg- filled with thousands whose faces are Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It Institute of Tennesses t h od
Displayed advertisements for three, olar intervals, and when it was over- set toward righteousness. heals, strengthens, prevents. by which he hopes to teach women to
six and 12 months at fecial rates, t For years I have depended on Ayer's thi ak Wou
S Prices famished upon application. without the accompanying thunder Nowhere has this movement been e reetoa for cohe a d cold. I think as rapidly as they t e. ud
"rc e u n s e u p o n 'l a p l c a i n r e s l l y t r eo p t e n s w e k l u n g . .
Marriage and Death notices inserted and lightning-the people could de- more strongly felt than in the schools i. P. A. sNnso, nne, xMih. it not be much better o teah them t
free. Obituaries, 5 cents a line. pend on having a dry spell, and many and colleges. 1he Y. M. C. A. anrid Y. e.,J e.,gt. .. ARCo.. talk a slowly as they think; we thin.
-...... ..- times distressingly so. But the changes W. C. A. in the colleges of the United for that would solve a great problem.
"Ova CLBnio LiNT. have come, and the champions of the States have never had a year of such
the Sun and the Thrice-a-Week glorious climate of California now have steady and gratifying progress as that W e k Lung Uncle Tom Neidringhas of Miss
(N.Y.) World one year.........$1 66 to admit that besides having a deluge which has just past. The young nen Ihas something for whic o en.
The Sun and the Atlanta (Ga.) at one season and a drouth at another, and young women of Florida are not Ayer's Pills Increas the activity r has smething for which to be than
Weekly Constitution one year.. 1 76 thyh*1atqaesadtudrlf oto hsgadprcsin n h lve, and thus aid recovery. ful in failing to get a seIn h ~
The Sn an the Atlanta (Ga.) they hav earthquakes and thunder left out of this grand procession, and ,te. Heinow has onlya little unevT hionstitton ate. He now has only ale
Semi-Weekl Journal one year. 1 50 and lightning, the dispatches only a their organizations keep step with able notoriety, while he might get a
The Sun and the Semi-Weekly few dss ago giving an account of the those of their brother; and sisters in IT IS QJEER. indictment or two if he gets into th
Times-Union one year........ 1 50 destruction of the North Pasadena other Statel. indictment or two i t
__-" -Methodist Church by lightning. StetsonUniversity has two very flour- Strange as it may appear, there Snt
A We will not accept stamps of a While Florida has weather condi- ishing associations, which have recent, seems to be a blissful unconsciousnes oe of the Western States the larger denomination than 2 cents. InoeothWserSaeshe
arger denomination than 2 cen._ tions similar to many Northern States ly furnished a hall provided by the of the fact that every commendation ie ea te
except in regard to temperature, the University for their use. F'or two given to President Roosevelt for his had a prize beauty contest and t The trouble with those Hungarians rainfall is as a general thing so regu- weeks they have held nightly meetings attitude toward railroad arid trust papers. Oe of the enterprieingnewsIs that they have become a little hun- lasted that there is seldom any serious l1d by President Hulley. In which regulation by the government, is a re- paper e the rising
gry* _ _-damage from drouth; no unusual wind nearly thirty young men and women buke to the past of his party. The paper men cut thelecro advertising of a
wrng be Ioud right at the presentLyi The gu h h tdstorm in comparison with other por- expressed their desire to enter the way wrongs he wou g present Lydia Pinkham electro aoneyd got ir
The ground hog had to dig through tlons of the United States, and no of life. Parents who send their boys time are legacies bestowed by the money.
the snow nearly everywhere, but "he more occasion for irrigation than in and girls into such an atmosphere may party at whose head he stands-lega- When the railroad men become
seen his shadow." the Northern States. feel confident that the chances are cies accumulated through indifference aware of the fact that firstlass pato iware not direct prmoio of, the powk~-------_In regard to reaching the two points very greatly in favor of their becoming to, if not direct promotion of, the pow- senger trains must give switeh-engins
New York did not grumble at the by winter tourists, Florida is a shorter men and women whose sympathies are ers that the same party's present the right of way while engaged in
cold wave. That new subway was too distance ftom the congested popula- with whatsoever things that are true, president is expected to destroy. And making up freight trains, there wi
convenient a place to keep) warm in. titon of the Northynd East, the facili- honest, just, pure, lovely and of good the strangest thing about the whole be fewer accidents.
P .o.. ties for travel unixoelled in any coon- report. proceeding is the wonder as to whether
Prof. Baldwin of airship fame san try, and the distance so much shorter And this is only one of the many in- the destrc tion will be accompanied
now sing: "I shot an arrow into to travel that the odds are decidedly stitutions engaged in the grand effort by the tumultous applause of his pro- The Russian generals are getti.
space Out he wat there when it tell In favor of $hls region. Besides, the for the uplifting of humanity. decessors' partisans. What a strange tired of their vinter quarters, as it i
9 earth, -- -limitations on tickets is better for the -pectacle such action presents. so dull without the ballet girls they ,nThe Republicans in th feel tourist, as anyone can come here and BIBLE CONFERENCE. Such an attitude all will admit tertained early Ifi the season when ti
The Republins in th Senate feel rein during he cold season at re could have been more easily taken snow was not an impediment to tray
das much humiliated in having LaFol- duced round trip rates, while you go The Southfleld Bible Cchference will by either Harrison or 'McKinley or
l!" ette in that body as they did when ey-adfrttmte-l heeo
Rooslette in that be ody as they idnt to Califorala on a cut rate, but have hold its annual session at Crescent Cleveland for that matter-all three of The Emperor of Germany want, Roosevelt beame resident to return on full fare tickets. City, in the new and elegant auditor- whom were essentially Republican ad- few of our college professors.
The rate of living in California is ium, from February 22 to March 5, ministrations. The corporations were have a few who claim never to ha ~ It appears that the Honorable Rich- thought to be cheaper than in Florida, with post-Conference lectures continu- at that time much easier to control, as kissed a girl; he can have then,
mond Pearson Hobson of Alabama has although no one can complain of ex- ing to March 26 they have grown from infants to giants they are no good over here.
converted the Secretary of the Navy orbitant prices here, and the electric This Conferen'e was organized a year under Republican rule, and it looks
to his belief in a 2,000,000,000 navy, roads along the 1'acifle Coast afford ago, and an undenominational associa- now as though they were turned over The reason why people who are :
-h cheap rates for short trips. With a tio(n of Christian people was formed to to a republican President for subjec- fering with the grip never know exa:The annual salary of the Czar i $5()- few improvements that are now being arrange for and maintain the Confer- tion. ly how they feel, is eplained in ti
-- 000,000 and that of the Emperor of Ja- made in this State. Florida will sur- once each seanson. The auditorium was Really it would seem as though there assertion that it has 17 different fur.
pan is only $8,000,00; but we are quite pass by long odds any other State in erected last season, the gift of io. was something unseen to the eye of the
sure that the Mikado would not swap the Union. Edwin Gilbert of Georgetowni. Conn. average observer, as most people have
Jobs with him. A partial list of speakers for this sea- not looked to the party to destroy such It is said that there are no f
........ .DON'T GRUMBLE. son ip as follow s: Rev. C. I. Scofield a useful institution and more espec- than 11,000 rooms in the Vatican n
The talk of Italians snpplanting the of Dalla*. Te'l'x. ; Rev. A C. (Gaebelein ially one of their own creation. while Rome, and many of them never
negroes in the South may come to Mlany men, and possibly a few wo- of New York, editor of (ur Hlope: every lDemocratic platform for the last ceive sunlight.
naught. As between the stiletto and men, make life burdensome to them- Rev. I. S. ('hafer of North ield. Mass. three campaigns has been most emthe ra or, we believe the majority glves nid others because the habit of The mnlsi. ill be in charge of ,r. phatic inll its denunciation of trusts and Established in 881.
would choose the latter. grumbling has become chronic with ( eo. C. Stebbi s of Irrkly, N.Y. monopolies. e
io hew ednR mhsti. o t hey wld fault with ever thing th Coln, -e'r of iilv f r e rt bad by li party, it has certainly Th l t W1e
or m J h Winia. n' fh r wimb l an t' saitO oR the struck a new strain and in ust have mont

lhka as told hain h is pictr taken y where. andi iitil'hi watherly 4 comorts,iofprladMyhe wlarien
di~eet hoorahestose f e ul i lck e hik, ndh ete urig i e re'utaNorto us.intil contprby ot 10 u0Iainfoese and
talk, d e ingdithn ai'rous that Is teltin ta other peoph oo f t heir ler fr:. o ri ari epertancinhSavanahNetssay pswer.they1haveno
-; struck up a ehontI ,l6 that astol trolcns w liei ke thsa, hr e troubles ,stm ,l the l. I Atlr. at. dher are many teer things. howhilh t oie ttokding hlysaians. of thtir owh d uut have hne t'ijgh tl C Nortn, .'; -cent rty. Iola. r ian artisan politics.
If.h..h. kelhp tappm from othor. i l t a close wk
on r lu Jan uoh' Sha nr \'lims t b griw ble r use r wants to go a ley- l and BOltd It is ,tatd that during the moths
hav been hay ig his picture taken by y her,', and th weather re'v.ntI, it a t il can thet will
differe t pitg raiiers t, see if hl just h luck, le thinks, ind he cntewrd 1 ) ii e i *,rs just North of i hi' co'uratlry about 0O,0 Italians and en't bo rmdo k etter-look ing. .enii a vigorous protest that rt no gof thr. t tate' u o r o, are d daing iltioe Sant e a sasthe than to -u ht to ask e ti1ho og rahet r to tell only keep nrg a p I v i rhi ut hin the tomr: n the it y nn yanlt hoerwiir lsi gni l aoetat s befo thy him oW to look phal nht gad rh lIter. i thousands ,ad,, tries are down. fouth can ta sme of them if she d.uif lie' sho ln happm to be ,) to c inrch telegraph il .,leetric light oles are sireO iL HWt if a loLe watch is kept. The
-" t)me of \ la u,'S g ,gr)e. claim he rie hrer bewrud,, th s rmon i. a habveiled ard f. city ir isflate'dn. hih Ns, w w il discovc.r that the large coalGn 8o
lma,'edou ar e at d al for his eurch to w 'rkt f ,,, m.'n'r ; y,,ou r u 'ghthma n the th nd inrhL aari ,r'I xl rieaig c in ni lag corpse rat io, fthe Nort is wil E RP1
__ _.:. without Kit'-c|g lmue~6.'y hit' ias i.a peiltny ith t eii t iiit6it~tt e6x D t,6'.6rt a littl ri :iee' frcm tI.' ,n fl, ~ b, e,11 Suhpilied with them before any
; ~vented ala slarna cl,'ck to be*' fastenld raisi, ng 0061 I66 ay tier the' Ser6 -.'c. of the'r,, hias t, -.':6 rojre'rty dla~laae,,lx rury atsent very far Suith. Mary o f i
.onto,, h~t, t',,ell,'ct 66 llflle,,t II, wak,' the' is n J~r,,ache'r t'e giv,, hliai s,,.ti-uh i the' e-lt, m,'t;'- ';id th'l,~' .lazia.c t,~4 th nl will sigia cu6at racts before the~y 6,
dt i a thini I t i l n l c i t k, :. ,or. a f,.w day ,,f h Italy."
aotnd n tiid jati t > t :r iago I, t,,,sae, .-~md i; 'ny those' e very ft wIP. t' aa AI ) GE.AIJPE ILLIAM
expedito, rwawhs ther' rm f ard wh m r m fh tr h'yr',pr mmiutnr. ('rar N > hlias a bea kn r of c'ins Guaranteed 8 years old. By t!.,
'I".'P"'l li'yil ai,,.',i,';'eyo ardcII ''mculm'im bi,11 Uon e: 1 a''4I','sk,.: aIhe crre- ii isXPRE'l wich' rnI galo $.0. ifllqurts 3
S ora ftr he, taik ini e 'gitili t ir .l to u,,r n f r, a t6 towi sentits r as i n r .* le e y e a r i le fa, therynh at 'cgalln $2 .5.n4tfull] qua ts Ia'.
hand it is a ru ecltig if it etsll onll ab n ia I,,r rn t n tcmu,.uy ,ye c,, f ... es tery f 1rti\mr intl rae him from nharn A sutent EO. J. OLEX P.A N IE

he aa 'l n i. lus torney suth.I ~ t ic i a t''uh- in- h r 0 'u a y. a o' Jta .t e ak i v v i e: n N I Y
I.h e ati.w e 'v, t ech' l tsa t 'r ttarchh- para' a>0al 0;i. t of Cii haG eet kuown t,, a ( guaranteed 6 years old. By :
."flhampe'n tgrt ll r , ,at r -- affecty a fe, lq fact. thcr,. av 6' t gallon $2.75. 4 full quarts 4.'
hht t.i.'. or '- Lte .t nc,,' !lo.r.' m,..n haer bt in !tar~l EXPRE.iSs P'itil'
-.'r a f te r I.'a e d ge thiwk t n a d ell adlu e:r : t yn-ttnrdal l n 2 5 .4c ,f urli.,1,.

nutdt eh tb s'f and t 8<' ref 1of p'n hume na t rtomr nt "5.EP~sVl
i.........._O,-.h 6I;, 11", euiI ,.ct bc.'r,,Cn >' :,,'.,ts plain ,of tL l 6;- 6"d t1:, r: 61 'd 1.,, ou, ula6 a .,' ha :,,,' '!. dt 16at ',r- ',, rc'mn rk.- I ,:\e ii..a din :- .,, .I. l, RVE
heated r t n t ',a t , t i re n'h tht t i e l' n ;ed -u a, lif,' t; aranteed 4 years old I ,3
m':w : ner tt-atf o gallon $2.50. 4 full quarts .2
d e ___- :0 < wer .rd a y .:e 'an yal'lo-81[c. 6-6f ull quart -, i' 0i6; >6 Te ,'tr'' ;-,. ': ha t ehe' l'', tti nk it 'aI
rat l'. s'at,'rstai : i . .. ., ,'t d EXP-R-'tI'ml ltyite a
-ry htl a1' th.. Wehandleallthladin' $2.4,fh...
..t.., r, I :'.6 i 6 a ti tow r a,. R an Boro WhiSis Ii
...0 tJ '4 *1 .. r 'l. A ,."'--, ,hro $ t J LAF 'I.IF O i Lt RYE 34

--esn m~ tid \o ;:1 I,,i ... .- t-6, t ' :,: ... -: ,. ,, ed a :~f er wo 'r,, -i *! ,al $2 50. 4 full N quarts l'

ltr. n w l r.-,e.r.,- a-,, .. t, ro; rk tand.., w llsavDyo R o 2LI'l

-- c h!: .. i. | as t het.. I IIt| l~~y tt t, atr \ ,:, rs' f w fo rrc ltant d y atalogud .t ""
dent iS 616 ftlti:.L, rr-. e-\l I-mr.. : .1 r' ., *," .' "'* -f x ,,r gallon $2.50. 4 full qnarts.
-e'ry ittle t, ; : .... I ,. ,'-,." ,', ,r, "' -i ". ": We handle all.f .,t haer~ e adRing% 1'!'! 1
n- 1 -It,* -, 'kr! \llUI I 'r a Rye O id Bo~rbon' Whk'-sin

Vt ,6 ii *ltue Yatt. 141d 03-. ..1~J free upon applications.
_6,, r ,-., defeat l't'.Ira ',, a, .
e.u fIt... .,.t. s M 0 1 " THE ATMAYER & FLATA
ai r t a t,,! t the ,,e :, :.m'e, : t 'r. , rt. : LIQUOR COM PANY,
--= -.'. d,, a. co- -ta "- < I ae NW'i1'..V 6. ... .. " t 'te .(EXPRESe I'I{W mI'

"'4 ".' I.'+, t ?\X -

THE GAI&SY11j FIEBUMRy al' 1905


WORKON ROADS Unidertaking Coej Brief Bits of Ne:IFrmeAl Saur a s rir

Expert Dodge W'as Compelled to UANSVLF CtI1) of th tt.(t r a Fb u r
Suspend Operations Friday. Live Oak is to have oil up-to-date

ILL RESUME WORK MONDAY Puntaa irctr andbrasb d a merchants c lairn their Tet -i t
Father Perm itting-M ore Than Two LiceuSe(I .Embalmuers.'mrhwiei dnee hl
undred ards Costructe Firsttransit, wn y i t
yundr e r ds Cpon struaed i rstk i The Lat Coast Furniu re Company
ay-Eper ~pon ngaed n Mk. ~!~tuer~.4.t It'~is a new busitiess enterpriio at WVest ing Preparations for Street Work. l'ictiiv Frames,, Ituhber Staaapi Art Palm beelih. I h a
Wrk on the object lesson road, Cootl-' Vlhiolistry. EA%tman Kai- St. Johns couIvIJ will v')to on) the iis being pushed by the, govern-' i 4 *k,, t'amera-4, 1111d Plotogra. questiolh of binding for a new court
ent, hats been sFLspendedl temporari. phrP Suppjate%. house, April 11.
owing to thll riasiy condition of tilt. 11Delray is to have a cannling factory.
aeilwhich is being use~d. Tt1 reib evap orelhneThere is room In Florida for numerous
aerial has become @o thoroughly iiiirevelve prompt attention.silaintuio.E
rated that it wa-i iniV~ossible t I;For seven years the opening of the veO l c"i th
rkai pe t o advantage, ee t wAY ME E DeFuniak Chautauqua assembly hall
ortJ Ham toadage, ence I, it GAY!, MERSE tlen greeted with rain.
dvbecble toabainln wory t I- I That Enterprising Village is Now in Tampa Elks will put tip a brick
Ith satisfactory results.
Work was begun Friday 1110ra'i lolge February 11 -The town two stories, with a lodgem room on secd dr~g heda11r1gtitw co,.incd mnet in regular sesion oil Wed- ond floor.
ddurds fiea nmor'td thrn twollday, tie faIll board being present. Mrs. M. Perry's home at Sampson I h i e
odged adee toork Satu. r, '[t- annual reports of tax collector, City was entered by burglars on Tars.
conditions of thlt, p(j, aue bytreasurer and street cominiitte were day night, but were frightened away
natant raitil, wert, s!.Ah that itli. received and approved. The bill of empty-handed.
me necessary to sisi-rd operations, till tax cullecto~r waq ordered paid, at. Palatka will have paved street@, a 01Z tli t 'i 14epI1~dSwu,. tOIll rx
e hops toresue Mid'iyter which the meeting adjourned, new nourt house and 10,0-0 people in ii. ItyultV ori~:mIm
Eope t pon whsio Wh~ayenenae The martins have arrived, the first five years. (iood enough. We don't wtI u,~udhv y oIir tick ti aend
making preparations for tht- street being seen on INaymrigFb.brdethmoeftelte.
rk -ttsthth intended to begin rUary 6th, the exaet ditte of their ar- Plans are being made' to rebuild an attn this drawin.e work of setting up the rock cru-ilier rival last year. Conrad Hall1 at Stetson University,
turday, but the co!,(ditioln of the Neva Wi. A. Julian left on Tuesday Deland, next summer. About $3,110yuhve trgseedythtt' oi 1w
eathe~r wouil- not permit. Ile for a visit to his daughter lit White is already on hand for Immediate use IF3 l ae' oihrdyt otrd)i lw
pem that everything will Lie fa-. l~oek, S. C, etn f h ~is and tnore will soon be available. b)t.C'wt it is too Late; thorv iS no charge whrit
able Monday, howeve-r, and in that At t le regular ineigo hHais 1 J. Knight Is going into the peach ever-you don't linvkilto make o 11'lze l
ent he will prooeud to stt tile crush- Literary Society on Friday afternoon growing business an a large meale near w4 .vn 'I. your'dikl All' tta dde
,which will reqliir2 two or three Mro. II.:B. Tolles read her paper enti- Crystal River. le has set out eleven w ati- oriit ,tladi-s
yo. vpo ttstawahrpr tied "Let Your D~ecision be Final." hundred trees and expects to have one
1r. Sonsae !ttwetepr- What might have been a serious, fire of the best pogal orehards In Florida.
Hitting, hie will begin the work of was discovered just in time on Monday For ten years DeSoto county has oil- O.METODY getsa tim' Irold letad Sewing 1,11.
ding the steeets to he paved r1hurs.afteous n onBtellamyWaene. thel asl Joyed the distinction of being thle bay.ClhI O'tlts r',ls ia hi at m
y, and by the last (if the week will HueoBlamavn lpwsner orange coutity of lorida. and this S cieasl it hoev V(.)LJ I',tvl-11
in the laying of roe'-. The first o orn ad e o xinguiseboutn season he will broak all previous re- adIr_,s_ _ilit_ __'.)
cess will ble the~ fetablishling of a ahr redigol bu 2 a-ords by shipping over b4oJ,i~i'S boxes of
b-grade, which weans the excava- age, covered by insurance.
n of earth in order to make the INew arrivals in town are Mrs. and the golden fruit.
perincine Acon oflage lia Miss Scheller of Ansonia, Conn., W. Tampa paii the Federal govern.
per, oingk' tilt, titoa of l r m- L., Poareall and family of Westfield, N,. ineut 111.957,7oO 403 In revenues during sial hen gg rock tlhe e ofi anodi .t anti F. Bienham of Waterbury, theyear of l904--st gain of )i per cent
led to a depthi of t''lll over the arviu year There Greainesville Furniture C OM P',9
'The members of the Melrose Itead. only ten aittes lit the~ entir.' Reapulic hfle.rsn- whrolis wl e ,ol; we ig Club were entertained at cards on that contribute, oro mccncq 'than(
a fier sone whih wll b~ -Saturday afternoon by NI ra. It. Besant TaMPS, to tile Uited Status govern-. l ri a
,Prssed. and the last coating, which alid on Monday afternoon by Afro. von ment.-Tribuiie. u u u ~ uu

: w0 i l be a po Ofd nt, pa nhe N'i oszkv We used a rilromtl Comoiiogiiali thatGa n s il, F o d .
roe lle a pld 1 pa"oce w. Their adie' Aid Society will serve tea will "cominish.'' Middle Florida Ill r or leted it f h'rom 3to i p. m. at the town hail oil kept down by the faet'that tie rail.
-'dfr.u So alckes I tha l 1114- Kd:eirs. r 14. All are cordially invit- roads take all the valait' of v TOEHA IeARIDy.Set'flU7316 n h

ter to such an extent tt it wil ai- itm r.1.. rlsgerijonwemhaicntuiu' Consignoment Froma Jackoitaveia lor tiraiia 4,%e,1 l" lie1i i.. iat' 'slugst
ye be pa!.sablv. anid Nirs. F. M. Tolli's gave a delight- 'Irish potato, and tornatoes1 J We New Church Ho id r K LustI dlIti ilMaefi
toi'!tiI iina' -fill point-euchre party at the Ladies' could get reasrinatd freight rates. -- cI ~ aigul
Un~~~~ tesrts I ilie aHall onl monday night ;whla:i was Itonticello News. [hr ha.~ tir ,at'd aI'ai s barit
it ill estimlate-d'.a rf&
andwil citt~ r~r '-i 3ir1 vatitefailly decorated with palmettoes. Tite new lwant o sal '-nty c mulls- tiat Me( Arrel I tiat' l1t rat Ii lI t1 I~ jug. i, *- oi.'"
adwl osrr!:ti al-ati* coinbitiition cof the handsome ionroflaeCii ,attta ce--cccl cols iat, htoe'I $If thf' n''cv
sy, lielu''evll lt-atVIe1 against the whito walls ingl last wetik. rt'fooia' til grant thl. all- inactlR ehr h o o I ily Not.
LETTUCE S.L M-iG Ill~ eye~etv.'h arebl rpiaino 4~ ~t yte _fhiaiii tothostcii-dift' ri... '. _.''. 1"11_1- : v

Ministerial Association Held Important *'w S~4A~ 3
MU T B FLDSession-Religious Census. floi z a OF *0Alff
Tjait Ministerial Anoolation of It's 10tol1yott do Uf you &Mc & victim M ASO W
Giainesville, held Its regular monthly of talarlo. prhsro a e?~ p a
NoMore Warrants Will be Hand- session at Holy Trinity Episcopal r~~' of.h a~ra.te4hd of July A.eo I~8~suDon't~~io Do0. t ayo uy ha.
Chrhadyo-worcnl,&fl c tyco nm Ie n hae
ed Out Haphazard. Chrhadyo w eety ulWe'll admit It will euro malaria, but It leaves tio fo ta dato ssue in
Secret b ar y ulcrpre that t heams deadly aftor effect&. dean psro 1rt situated hn n
religious census of the city, which has 4Oswres.& ofN 1- aSese d at; TV. dq~
Scoo Bar ecde t utOu tebeen under course of compilation for the Issuance of such oerlfloarAnte amo
Asitn fAll Schools WH,;h Haethe past two or three months, was is Puey e:JRilaisltey arnee nls sold cartftoate shall, be ~we o
Assstat f Hvenearly completed, and upon motion tpeyvgealad boueyaancording to law. tax deed will Anetes
Not an Average of 46- mportaiit the secretary was requested to compile to cure aia sick headache, Diliousnees, te1, a fFbur.A )
statistical tabulated report and furnish TRY aIT sTO-aAY. ki.e opans.Wtesm 1cu u sr b ~
Meeting of the Board. TheIIuD for. publction, aq a mat- r ODY h 0hd7o aur :~ ~~u
The regular monthly meetingof the ter of general Information to the panb). 30 Coerf 4L Bottl. Ali DteS. l id Clerk Circuit Court AlahaCo.i. J
Board of Public Inetruction of Alachua lie. This will be the first census of NOTICE OF APPLICATO FE A
county, which wai held in the office of th idee oni~~a ~DEED UNDER SECTION 8 O LP
SprnednKelyAodywaathkideecopie hee, an Forl 0" W rhAnGW~ilo4. LAWS OF FLORDA.
* m uperintenestn nee sin de a ny 5 n do b nt l m u h v l b e i f r-S e ' N otion is hereby given that F e r a p s
moster inersan mO i e dmOby3 matron which could be gained through -ueb e of Ta C it a rt* u. A.
* points of importance weeeiedb no other sou rcev dated___________________________ turhe o ay oetflct t
the board.Among other business the Assoeia- has failed hsad etse n
There was a full hoard present, cown. aned toasme "cordsmta
tindiscussed the advisbility of hold- A t B I Samd certificate embraces lb. lw
priming Chairman R.1B. Weeks of Haw. 0u etn falteSna 5 scribed property situatdIn Aacu
thorn, 1'. A. Dake of LaCr6ose and Igaio n ein of al the cituutd as county. Florida, towit: ~ viE1So
IV. J. Martin of Fannin, toether with t a Lmrtter, 1i Ne 1-4 'Rec. 4. TP. 10. . 0 acre
Suinten atte ofSeliretry ofllhy ferred to action of a future meeting, the .mec o. Jesc be redeemed
warit t proa thr hn ifie which will be called by the president. flies said certificateshl
w h m matter~ iu o w s e ec e a m ofi del ver B u g g theoo 0(-X 'a S'o f a uaos4*I
whmsaid watrants were isbuehd, ItWa Rev. T. J. Nixon of Kavanaugh I nUon the 31rd day of February. ADI9.
Metodsthuchwaselctd mm.Witness mny o15ciaI stature a ma orerdthtth ~ueinedet ba r of the Association, vice Rev. W. J. a. IENES
at ructed I n f u ture to ou rrender no war. Carpenter, removed1 from tht city. Pid Clerk Circuit Court Amca o.Va
rants except to person to whom War- Thmetnwaon Inwiha B tw haehelr stbgY nnu cues
iant Is issued, or upon written order of Th etn a n nwiha B tw aetelretbgy m nfcuesNOTICE OF APPICATION 'R A
said party. Superintendent Kelley great deal of interest wea manifested. in'the world building it for us. Built. for this DEED UNDER SECTION 8 O HPE
states that In future he proposes to Croup counitry-light, well- made, patent boily corners; 4o9bm.~rb ie that Perr f. Cohe
enforce this rule. Parties have been ~- Bgn ihtesmtm fa~long distance axlest, dust-proof slindles, quick Phsher of day erificy.a.te1C hsf
customed to apply for warrants issued sai certificate Io my once. andsmad
in favor of others without written Mon cold; there Is chilliness, sneezing, shifters, anti-rattle shaft couplers, Bail loop pieation for tax deed to lamue iaorae
moetAost o skin, quic pulse,~ I todie with law. sawd certificate eacehefl
oroee andoat hotra Inau quic pulse hangers; any kind~ of spig well uraceu d is lowing described property vituaed Mc
orer cansd sevlerals isnes nd ofti oamnss and impeded respiration. fu2ll '0ic it hes county. Florida. towit:
hvecuseonpeasat ~sudertan- Gve reqentugahh~iaaia,, 10inc fith hees.Be 1-4 See. P. Tp. 10., I
filgs. "I proper to ran this office ap Giv f reuu ml osso alr' The sid land beibinug a t he d aeo
Horehound Syrup, (the child will cry Ohe Issuance of such certificateInteamo
to the scratch when It @031W to 515w' for It) and at the Birat sign of a croupy -Unknown. tfaes w
tern," remarked Dr. Kelley in refer- sough, apply frequently Ballard's Snow. on theGo lea. P.e will I
rig oth ate, an he heeLiniment to th* throat. mg *u rp Witness my official signaturndsIti
ca e ounlcsmnss f hs ue Mrs. A. Vilet, New Cattle, Colo., S. 1111 I jll~ h hd fJu~
Is established and adhered to, It will wrtsPac 9h 91 1t~n I~ I HE IIILIrd Clerk Circuit Court AlacuaoP'a
not require long for those having boi l allard's Horehound Syrup a wonder- VUL LI OIEO PLCTO O A
1000o with the offloe to understand it ful remedy, suit so pleauant."1 25o, NOIE FAPupA71
and act acoordingly."1 50c and $1. Sold by 14. M. Johnson. IN I, DEEP U,1DER SECTION 8 O HPE
Must Average SILLVSGIEVLEII liiNoticemIthereby given that J T F'elgoji
Another important point decided by STILL__ LOVE GANEVILE purchasersiof Tax Cbrtificate No.7i dtdb
the board was the employment of as- A. J. McArthur Doing Well In Georgia, cat. Iee mo oe ind acranae apotc
distant teachers. In several schools But Longs for Qid Home*. cerli'ite emfbro~ces tbe followigdseie
DO O TpropertysituatedIn Alac hua ionty lrd
throughout, the county there appears While A. J. MeArthur, for mapy D ltU D III CA L A Y IIL7it d ,Bok23 rhr
to have been for the pust few terms too years a citizen and one of the leading l~ j ~ Il liiIl N[The -,ald land beIng assessed attedaeo
many teachers in proportion to the spirits of this city, but who is now lo. thefl Is1.1 the f such certitcate t~enm
3unbr fpuil.Th bad olscated at Collins. 6a., where he Is In- CneImsaid certificate shall be rdee
that one Instructor to all necessary In stalling what he says is the largest the k'th (lay of March. A. D, 19M].
schools where the average enrollment pine product plant in the United WitnessTUI my oftial signature nmelti
will not exeeed forty-five, and In its States. wrilci a friend here as follows: theES1 day ofII fl ebr turt Aahu Co) 11a
session Tuiesday ordered that no assis- "I iis old (#aitesville very much LR CUILIk Cicutiorti)w
taut shall be emj'lmyed in schools un- indeed. I have some strong frit-nds NiRIS Oi'll 1 THS IGN OWE O'F APPICATION O TA
lees the average vorollment reach for- Ithere, and am very much attached to ________________________________________%___C
Vty-five, unless t; expense of said both these friends and the town. I 41- LA' WS OF FLORIDA.
assistant be borne Dy the district In i nfls the water also. There is no0 Sons. pur,'hiiers oi, iort of a Cri
which sold school I* located, water to surpass it in the United Ic0 ate So~. -tic dux) thtce insy ce.a~
This action Is going to interfere seri- States. I hear a grcat deal of the pros- $ 5 2 .5 mad awiieni for Sa d4crif
ously with several schools throughout perity of the town, and (lie inure 1 25 nocrnce %ih~ flow. Saidcrd cr4 ry ir
hruc, he fllo inbr(ie;c w i :
the county, as a few of them that hear the more homesick I become, be- Lot It or of iim'!3 Aru' her.
have an assistant cannot m eet the re- cause no better people -ever lived, and """I. "ci lrd i'n ''.i'dmtth dae o
quiremont. It mens that th asii. ni better town ever existed. than go IL~ i s i ~ millero, 1,.,-. ('ott..
tantA mutgat httewokwl nless. .etl certit,;te '.hall bereeeda.
tatmutg, nithtth ok ilto make up Clainesvihll and its Citi- On the Installm entIPlan eording t, I 1A'A. t~j 'ii'rj Will Issethronc
be devolved u;iozi the principal. Nr autile iSth (161- 0' Mal u-li A. it. 11X&
A ftpr the t rammi n~:i-o of other &-at- W~~ iise I ans-i p r~ b'ilh .' ". Fs t ,, -_. St


7- -ud l D e t ,,, D l- I

ciinWsReached at Meeting It .- Gaiuesvile May SoN" Boast of l~
oCiyCuclF'riday. 11 Another Manfcn u'lding. -.t hi'i.u~. ~,~44

1"I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ .'l'NNK KWW .1 IAT, WNl %f11 11, V-S 14
Expert Spoon Desires to Test the Mi- 1!t :hi;CntatA~r~ o oetM~r
fo SretBuilding Pur-\.~i i~ roll, Viie Robertson & Grofg Will -ilil N', t %"w 1c ~~ ne,Coi~''l12i 'lnl.
poses and Will Pave Three Block$. of c~ \%~i il 'ti .. Superintend the Work- Will Make eriq 11riwtiov. %tI1 bt: jq ,ii,.,mp'iitly
West Main and One on East Main.j* Fine Viding in Appearanca. ~it i ul'..'i I i
A ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ S.4 kr-ecia n1e-tii III Wh iy'"~' '~~ork vwt thl. filuntlat in' of tlt'
cil was held Fr !i y af tvrt! v!*IItu~ .\t~ new Holy Tri nity Ippfaeo(l! Ch~urh toreblt' 1 e cit t II "I 10pash.1 N 1) IN A\I) ; I' I.,
which an order %va; passtid d: rk oli whih will lit lot,,stcd At III' Eorner 1, 11Il:N .' W,
the paving (of Caret- ci~ty lhltw' :i.:t (i "iW; i ..iv c l i;at N11sn and 1.,&t hlem ifi rcets, ()"r viY. tiJ
flint rcc.. 1! 11 t.h I ha. ee un 1i %ilhin lit- lik'-t threP able i~ ili-N ,10"eI"tr
flin rock bes begund anod u p R o t h
Aso has been satetd beoe Il !I', ..I dt!, -livd. I or four mnnhs thd Epiiseii 0lialis of GERMAN KAI.I. WOK i oi o)lnjtI,(
it."li [UI i 110 ti l:4 t ii 1s inesviI le 0811 boast of 11111 of thle Iliw yot 9 Nu-ttau Strort. or I)t '13 l h (li-4 love good streets thant thet g4'v'rinv ~ .i414: i -i_' ml tovr- I.llitidonlest fiditices in this seetiniAI bt.'iiiIl iir~tt ,iL~i~
experts, who have coite Io 'ilid a I 111 lyh the~ t btINk The contract, Was awardtrd to Rtobert ittii ir tilta o o f ordai 0411,'~ 1i C.,1m
of object les o ni road for Itltt co i it ho 11 t ~ 9 v 111 (1 1 11% th 'Iii imi W oMi' a r ilr ks. g h J ack nvrr ed ,i o o ~ a o tt e ~ r ta 2 4. i
induced to congtruc(t 11- 0- ')ij ti '! i iI') .lte'1;f!timi tflilM~lt~ok,.iktfvlv WARM LL. V4T~ -:T ~ I: '' .:
streets~~ Iithin th(.!,mt ~ is''A : r(jI1 '..' and the material to he uvted above till
Governimenit Expt-rL W. L. Spoonh h t t-~talra foundation baso will ho tihe litiIFII In North Cr:n ri .-m ,' a rA Dist 'Iu;!NIY-. -LW
Friday afternoon prcT':t .tcl tht ci (21 l i' R'o o limtt t) hu 50, which to Fr oarlIMOO ~ ~ t ti~...~)~' OR- I N ('11 \Ntl'.: Y. .
ell, in behalf of tit d I'a rtivi ot F-11 IY .11 illi~ fiftYit~ att I invention, and which iso-td to bi ss ~ ~ ~ *
road inquiry of the govo'rmnt. w'ith tilti r)I i IC 'Itlt t'll, \oi 'li adouada.drbea rnt. ,- (11.;-. C., FL.A
a propotiit ion to th e tier it tha t 1, p T F 11tI ttIo I ~tc~l I~ I1 The work i6 under thei dIirtetionl Of...........................n
government would Iw NN Iiiig to, ekon-~ A-,rCs Dr''nl 111~ktii ek .t i E.iit 1. uoirtson aid WV. F. Grvig, 'P%'':*.. .',
struet tile street, fo riishiiit;ig nt ssary lit ~C. Ie'ii~tp.N. N". wlmcii perienciA contractors of ;a'..tonvil J Lt A' 1. 1. 1% ~ h i~I '''~
macinryan the gvrviovs of it Itrac- 1 i.ll ltt'iI(aii this~ geil-Olls Mr. Robertson is pe"GOitl ly suioirvia iS t I .1 *.*j -'ft.
tical road builder, 17! tile city would 1'it i-, iiIl cr ing this work. and Inasmuchm as he is -r 1)w Ht~.~1 N '1 I S' Vr
bear Ome expense of material aud ]a- KIlt, Dr. IKilii ', 8l)1liiJ)t, awl the Ithorouhl familiar with thle MoCar- C I :: U t.IV
bo r. baIls, iingimrittati N. Y., til e very Irell stone, a first-class result i,; assured. tI'- I. ..( l~eMd 1~" l ,a''riiI
Thi secil it iu wlsi'3ieJ ottle. At the beginning of tho work Mr. 114i .4, W '.-.~ \'i. "I I i e Dif ttlnAC'n 114fi' k ei
h s p u po e coi iti o th -ii t r.1-~ -~ 4 rei g w a s th e v ic tim o f q ut it e~ a p a in 01 '' 1%;1 -nl t tw iilt'fln o n w n d &t ll r ikild c w r k
As the best evidence! t!lat the, city I'll- 13lechimie it reetti the estimated cost is lol misle rtuor. While drivi iig a stake .1!C~ 'f.H tII. 1i i.'Iut~ u
thorities are' interest ed it inty be I Jper lfineal foot or $400.0) for thlt tile hatchet slipped from Ti I a hand, In. Ift'i, 0 t.:, i It- ID 1101401441)
,etoe hteeyadrman WR-3 inll block, of which aniount the property flirting a severe wonD4 In tile Instep Of tilIQ I\ (0ii41?1 llOf it it 1.1 1ia 'I.
his place at tilt! appoinited hour. anid a owerti assume two-thirdo,or his right foot, whieW required s urgiosi) Were %i et ',~~t In\%-,f i v'm'.'
general diiscussion of the matter fol- whih amount must be in the city attention. The erorIees if lDt. N. M. thev a ~ ~1 w 1 ItO 1 I'i- i .' 'l i lt I...................
lowed. Cti. ,;%wii %Nas alio present. treasury b0ire work is commenoed. Phillips were summootd, the wouindi h i- d a::h g!~ PtI, )eatsi~ e~'rtiito' I'i ?4,w Vo, Cty
and gave the council the bie ht, of T he W st M ain st e t blook front- properly d ressed and the patient s o n. s I~l li 1.1 W 1, 14a (Jv 4A1IT1
some valuable praotiat eligpcstiolls. ing the square between Liberty and to his home In JIacksonville. where he town 1A Il III I lt )I (if t~ 41.1o lit Mweitaw~i
He stated thtt the Iliit rook ownt.' by Union streets thle proportion to be will be incapacitated for it couple of aithouth tll-* 101111)' Ili th i it 114': 'tibt li I'A.
the city would make lilt excellent borne hy tile property owners is #2b0. weeks. Is one of tilt hiIggi'di evul, 1,14 Iiht-Ioe .par-ing, firmi. smnoothi and durable, and which amount will have to Ile deposit- A DELIGHTFUL AFFAIR. including lhigl 111ved, attuill liey." 17 1- l'Es E~l ND.
that roughly estitnilting,. het figured ed as above stated. IFN.%IFll~,(K4A(0R
that a suttaiitial wlv ,Ilt'nt of proper The block onl West, Main street be- Mrs. R. A. Becker Entertained 'Mem- Grave Trouble Foreseon. FN IE.llUlM~(IIR
thickness ckitld be ]lt tit a cos~t of tweel 1;ion rnd Masonic streets, 200 bets of Episcopal Ohurch Choir. It needs but little folre'siglt, to tell JOHtN MKIC'N...tuurli.
$4.50 per yard. froim ciirl !o oub ci ~it feet, is estimated to cost $400. of which Mr.I.A ,u-uii-rtie hthtwe or tmshad ie rt w.% at J,.'kIeMVIIvdo VIA,
seventy-loot gtrei't. the property, owners tnust deposit Mr.. eke trandth'htwhayurto chndlvrStI
i~r. T. F. Thoms, ~ ho is an 'ntl~u- $~~f~7choir of Holy Trinity Vlmirrh Rt he r badly affected, grave' t roklilt' is ahead, IFutle ,bt cadv agt 1n Di r. T .l F T o a rid Aho I s, ret,. I rh bl ck on187 -67 .s re t hom ew on N orth Uarden olnree t F riday u nl es y u tik o he lroI 1)er iiiid i ii i' fall to call onl ile. w hen l l l Jaik o lv ll
satolgaed roads andgod trert rh blc n.'tMi tetnt night. She was assisted by Re'v. and for your disease. as 'Irs. .Jeln A.
stated for einforination of the colon- thorized by the resolution, same beinm Mr. Craighill, Mrs. W. W. Halnmton, Yotng if (Oly, N. Y dIll. 8110 sas: (MYSTAL SALOON,
cil that head seem pi-roonally eve-rY the one bounded by Liberty street otn Mrs. D~utton, MNrs. Wilcox, Mr.. lpen. "I had nenralgia (if thilm liver authlnktadie,11io'
property Owner onl Webt Mfaill strve the north and Union street on the tlo ir.anencMa 11.Esoneh11hetWsW"Akrd l"I
between~w 'r beeha i pave underic th sa e la a tm Taylor, Mrs. Strobiar. Mrs. ('ooper. I cou lit not tna 1, 1 ais very badl fr so th aniso vil' fain e ilas Florida
tance of three block@, and that allIwr epvdudr h aepa stl Mrs. Balls, Mlrs. hilgi's, Mills Norton 141lon t, hl Ill Electrill Hlittors I
willing to bear their expenses of two- correspiondiung block on time west side and Mr. Benedict. ftound~ just what I ireded, for thry 1 1100011 InMPOrtee d l esid O4110 Lkqa"
* thirds the cost -f littt ilig t he Iplle- of the square, amid property owners will The choir, whilci i-i the laravst in the qtiskly relloe'vd and curelfd till" '~iii BR t i WIn... in the I "ilt.
ment downl. A Ileritil 'I'dy Kr .have to deposit with thty city treasurer ciy und u i 'tlfrea tI in mie for wiaxk violini Mtple nil- -.- .
alo iw: I toll 16igrti 1,y *20a1 before work commence*. mimt delighld ou In filfoc V.8W p. dte ivsait~ ytl rorosn 4 a S4
pwrperty oir. ) to thit d t, ffICI. riority In construction will be iiv- I n nt~ne ltlliaii.. II

Joseph Tinsley, the clever and sue- From SuNday'Is Daily St~n: TO BEAUTIFY. .
cessful solicitor for Phillips & Son.11 D B. Pope of LaCrosse was trading YOvUR cnm Mev
;-t commission merchants, New York, Is in the city yesterday. y vwinr- --spending a few days here as the guest John Videon of Archer was trading -I 10
;T of his mother, Mrs. M. E. Tinsley. Mr. in the city yesterday. DAYS, USE
: : Tinsley is just from Sonth Florida, -- of -n w among
_, where he has been for the past few the os o treteray. .a "i I
Ui weeks. He states that the recent cold the visitors to this city yesterday.
weather played havoc with the celery Chal. Ma Dell of HaguTH wa among ~~crop in that section, especially in the the visitors to Gainesvileysrd.
LI ..lun".i ~ .vicinity of Tampa. About forty per C. E. Melton of 'Micanopy was transHiave your cae, a ns, and tea D15 cent of the matured celery was de- acting business in Gainesville yester-I t m de WGtroyed, while the loss in the young day..'=cult home-made. 'Thev '-wiO ~t
a.e. b resher, Cerop will reach about sixty ier cent. W. I). Holderof LaCrosse wan amoni'
C + The oranges were frozen, but the trees the visitors to the county capital yescleaner, more tasty ari wholesome. appear to be uninjpred. terday .
N. A. CallisonO manager of the A. L. Webb, a merchant of HawRo l PSpring Park Stock Farm Company, who thorn, was transacting business in this
prode q i yan own excellent properties at Bening- city yesterday.
wifeto p uce at home, quick and eco- ton, was in the city Wednesday. Mr. James Holder, the merchant of Rony fine acake, tell s states that George Blake is ehelle, was tranacting business in thh
fOrfll f and tasty the raised now busily engaged in setting the grist city yesterday.
h t-bs i p dig th frosted mill of the company at his farm. and i s
hot-biscuit, puddings, the fsted layer- that by Saturday he hopes to be en- A. G. Masters. a progressive mercake risp cookie d abled to turn the power on. The mill chant of Waldo, was among the visitwill have a capacity of one hundred or. to this city yesterday.
-u.s w w ih h ed-m d odand flfty bushels per day, and as a Friends of Mrs. C. D. Wood of Ar- SATINOLA 13annew d1eoverr, girauteed
m,-matter of commodation to his neigh- cher will regret to learn that she is and money refanded If it faUll to remove the
S at the bakeshop orgrocery dos bors he will grind their corn. The confined to her room with illness. worst cafe of Freckles. Plmples. Tan Sallowun at or grocery d main purpose of the mill, however, 'Mrs. V. J. Herlong has gone to Fort n"s liver Spots. BlackheadB or sUY Sll
--,:will be to crash the corn and otherofeutniWdas evs
not compare. rain for feed for the stock of his own White. where she will be the guest of t. healthy and restores the
farm friends and relatives for a few days. youth. Thouinr testify toOf
Satinola. Price 50c and 1.00 by l r "
Royal is the greatest of ake-day helps. oSaturday's Daily Sun. Chaney of LaCross, one of the gista or mall. Prepared only by
Edward Ruoky of Fannin was trading leading farmers and citizens of that NATIONAL TOILET CO., Paris, Tm.
-_A+,I OOS 0,NW In the city Thursday. section, was trading In the city Friday. gold in Gainesville by J. 8. Bodiford
WYAL ______-__0,______ Firet-lass buggy repairing and Mrs. B. F. Williams and Miss Emma & Co., J. W. MeCollum & Co.. W. M.
painting. C. C. Pelrick. s&w-lm Williams of Trenton are in the city, Johnson and all leading drugist.
MC Attention is directed to the change His Honor Judge Mason has issued g oW. Coon.
NLW@UIUIII Uof advertisement of the Gainesville a marriage lense to i. w. Stanfil and Miss Glass of High Springs. the ac- Prof. J. H. Owens of Roobelle, pritN CONDENSED eFurniture lCompany, which appears Hattie Keene, white. complished daughter of Postmaster cipal of Martha Perry Intitt., one
-prionS hiso gisue This eter- After a brief business visit to this Glat, was shopping in the city Oeter- of the best schools in thepcountyOw
prising firm proposes to give away, ab- the city yesterday. PrfI Oe
s olotely free of cost, on Saturday, the city, L. F. Osteen of High Springs ha day.
A.utl fre Jofod ofst Hig Springs, one states that his school will gv nou
Nattas of General Intufet Gath. 25th inst., a handsome drop-head sew- returned to his home. A 3 Jeffords of High Springs, one tes th e hveni n
of the valued emplojes of the Atlantis ter supper on the evening of Friday,
Ir by Or 141IOrt ing machine of standard make. All Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hsile and son, o t e a s am ior o thiscity the 17th inst., at the home
required is to register your name and Mos, of Alachua were among the ai e the e of winib
-- address. For particulars reference is visitors to this cly yesterday- yesterday. used in the payment of hih no
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS made to the advertisement. J. 0. Beckham of Rochelle was a A.Mcha an L i Rawp, wro which has been purchase
The Sun has repeatedly made the pleasant caller at The Sun office yes. Alachua'e prominent citizens, were school. What Has Happenedand What Is Going statement that no communication will terday, subscribing to The Sun for one among the business visitors to Gainesto Happen Told In Short Paragraphs be published which Is written upon year. yule yesterday. Manager Llvifigston of tI
----a- Tol-'nShortMiss Gabrella Abbott, a charming Ice Factory, which company is arSo That "He Who Runs May Red" both sides of the paper, but it seems Mrs, M. D. Downing and Miss Kate y isn la Aott, a ranging to erect a fifteeu-t
It In The Sun. impossible to educate all the people )ell of Trailer are visiting Mesdames young lady of Loehloosa, was shopping Alachua in connection with pt fa
to that effect, as occasionally the mail 0. B. Bailey and 0. B. Johnson, North inheyestera.tory here, states that d
SLosh loosa school. tr ee ttsta eial o
( Prom ^dlFay'a Daily brings communications of this kind. (ainesville. has been secured on West Main street
--*3', Best hand-made buggies in Florida, the last from Center. The Sun appre- Jesse Mizell e of High Springs was in Miss Hattie Knight, formerly of in that town. The lot is one hundred
0. 0. Pedrick. s&w-lm slates the good intention of the cor- the city yesterday. It is understood High Springs, where for several years feet wide. and extends four hundred
Henry 8tokes of Micanopy was trad- respondent, but must insist that the that Mr. Mizelle contemplates engag- she was engaged ini the hotel business, feet between the tracks co at Ing iV the city yesterday. requirements be complied with, as the Ing in the livery business at High board Air Line and the Atat
W C b o e w I n c o dn i sfor Homossassa yesterday. I as Line. which will afford ecellentooW.M apelo ichawsi rnescanthnl'aucip nSrnsso.Knight is erecting a hotel at that elties for the purpose, as the car. on
the city on business yesterday, both sides of the paper. Our labor contract saves possible loss point, and expects to open same in a either line may be conveniently loadlurrell Wiggins, a farmer of Hague, Mrs. Arnold, who recently purchased from advances made to employee. few weeks. was trading In the city yesterday. the Nlclivaine cottage on North Arre- Prise: 50 or less by mail, 3,1 cents ed. An expert is expected
Y Invitations have been extended to ]umbus. Gia. the first ofth surg
T. H. Cato of Alachua was transact. dondo street has iade extensive im- each; $3 per hundred; cash with or- the Executive Board of the State Di mbwsek a. he wirs ofe c i lg business in (fainesville yesterday. provements in the same. An addition- der. Tim Six, Gainesville. Fla. daw vso 1. C., to Be present at the week and he will make plans for the Levi Heeter of Williston was tron- al story has been added. and the paint- James Holderof Rochelle, H. ibl reception tendered the Kirby Smith used by the
siating business in this city yesterday. era and decoraters are now engaged in Grady of High Springs. F. 3. Ham-n Chapter and the J J. inley Chapter Will Extend -Servi C t finishing thp the work. The house has
('has. %V. \Veil, one of Alachua's fisn ce th w rho as mond of Hawthorn and Marion Smith by Mrs. H. II. McCreary and Mrs. J. Manager (;oodwin of the local
-_titinsc been covered with a liberal applica- of Fratcis, Putnam county, were N. Strobhar at th,, hme of Mrs. S.rob- branch, Southern Bell Telephone Comprontnt.,n c iitenstevreday. ut tion on the exteri(,r. while the interior among the visitors to this city jester- har on February 163, I1u;.
capta.wthis being handsomely papered and stain- day. p~any, tates that extensive improveSWarranty Ihedi for sale at this or- ed in the natural wood. W~hen corn- Mr. and Mrs..J M. (ilmore of In-. mentu are anticipated in the service
lce; W: pe ,r dozen, $2 f 1 per hun- Attorney B. A. Tlhrasher has re- dianajiolis, hId., who have been in the within the next few days. As far as
dr= Cs us cmoaydrer iend ti s tb e of te oest turned from itronson, where he has city for the past two or thr,,e days as th~e service is concerned, however,
--::/? u ithWanted--e tn 'o dI tint) or 1" horse-powert t ca be iut ett' be,,n in attendance upon the session of the guests of .\Ir. and i1rs. ]. there is little room for improvement.
-lrgt bie ncodto ha a ethe circuit court. spring term. The Steckert, departed for their home yes- ats the Gianeeville service is aceknowl.:+ repaired.vil ~ n tApply "M,"' care taines- m l'leoi g ho uhisit t;a!ii,'$villttb e a ilvlld re- session Wasl a very short one, lasting teray. Mrs. tilmore is a sister of edgd to be the best of its size In the
..eBu....minlngeouht b oice only three days. Mr. Steekert. It was erte that edgee
--1. W. Moody of AIlachus was itn the its climate an~d other advantages arergrttd Sae
. city yesterday, lie called at The ,Sun usuallly well pleased, but this ise~o Our contract with perslonsl to whom their tit~ne Wasl limited, and that they Manager Goodwin could improve the
ofieai a li im lce pncal ru ntecss ftelotr advances are made to assist them in could not have remained longer, service in only one way, and that is
the subscription list, Saketon of Uniontowra. l's.. who are rwigrosIsrn-ld luthe Alachus county will be represented Iby extension. A new switch-board,
-f: Mrs. L. E. l(idenhiour of ('orrile. at the Endel Inn this year for their thing for merchants who advance to at the coming meeting of the Amer. lIW drops, has been ordered, and is ex_[ llt. hlvarrvt~lhi ||ocity In wil lit te~on Thn,, t,,tlemn, hocropper.. $2 for 850; $!3 per hundred, iean Anti-Tuberculosis Ieatgue by IPr. pelted daily. As soon as this arrives spa, ha so ari ee s thct, and~ wil irit steadson,hs gnbtemen whom cash with order. Not less than W1 .| v Nh, Kinstry. Jr., and 1.. Mlontgon:. it will be installed, which will relieve
*P. }her daluihtcr. Mrs. !!. I,. ]lirer. have families with thenm, caine fer sold. T,,: Sr .Gainesville, Fla. daw er' Thesee gentlemen hare been flo. the inconvenience of cramped facil-+ V~~Iillian lilttledale of h~awthorn, rep. their health. aund they arte delighted. T. B. $trin~gfel!-w aind Rt. B. i.iving, tit, d of their appointments ats d'h~.- ities which has prevailed for the past
--++" resetitng the 1, .1. Sthl~ Comlpalny, 'hie yung l'r. Slitoir hIs giimed sltOn went yesterday to Alachus, where gates frirn Alaehua county. tlii svl,'-few months. .A great many who de:X manufacturingg cotf'ctiotieru, Jack- twelve |,ou~nds since his atrrrtah hcre a1 they arc prteparinlg to erect a tlftcen- tions having been made, through t'~ sired telephone Connection could ne"
; onilleWill ll th citylestedly, few woeks, atge atid it i, iiedts tJllt toll ice manufacturingl plant. Work rt.commendations (,f lion. Frank secure instruments on aicount of th~e sovle a ntect etr ay. d tl~mat lie ~ i. j ighutt. 'rhewe gen- on the bu;tding will beginl at once. ('lark. craniped condition ofthe switch-board,
__ +t The ftienthl of Coi .1. M. |ivI'rs will tlt'nen arc thin~kilg seriously of! buy- and it isl '~ieed that the plant will (;or, \V trlharn of ('rawfords. the ihoard being taxed to its utmost
', ~~rogerl. to learn that he Is lUils' sick at Ilt a holtn' allol Ilnlg here, pernia- be, ill nptrat ion within the n,,xt two vile. lnd *. and II. F. graham of ]lied- cap~acity.
--l; iii holln' inl Fastl Gaiuesville. Two jIlienllhy. It is satfe to) say thlat theyj will llolntht mont. \V. V- aftar aI phlasnt vis~it to The telephone here is not OlfIy first---: ,_= children of Mr and Mrs. lhirers arc il1. be ac,,trtled a h, arty wtlcomae. Mlrt. . \V (Collouglh and clhildreri their brother, t 1 Iralhamo, in this class in all Itsl mchalnical features.
sosufrigfrmIagipe left Monday for G;ainesville, Fla. Mir city. halve maic, their mepartur,- Tle but patrons are favored with two of
-- T.I. Molae of hlawthor~m was In the RE'Al) TIS ('olclough n il follo w in a few day, former proeeded to New York. w+lib the mos t courteous, Roost obliging and
city yesterday Mr. ;lel~at' is the se- RtF 11 aidt they il t.i reside permanently in thev latter ri-tturned to hii \ ,9~t \ ir-. RUlO.t competent operators to be found
ro embro h trio eleA,.hih,\~.I~2.I~ that place, l'hey have been here about $ginia harm,'. Th fam,.lyf of (;eorl, \\ The day service, under
_- + ~~on Ilulnlifat mlrelrs' algemit and enjoys' htr. F:. \V I ta!!, ,* t l,,.ri Nb I ',ar two years aitd made tmalnty fri ,lidu who trasin. I~owe\',r, w ll r,"tia 1.r,. .Mi.s, i"-anie We- 1!st, has proven sati__ a Ii mite trade, throughout t hc Mgalt. Sir. hiaittig Ir,, I cl. ...r~uth '., trst regre't their .1t, parturc. ....! .lianerl I: en- for leve ra i week. f.tar ey n evry respect, while th,
'1 L r amidtN .ro ti.eorlt' .,Ce of .Missis- anI tlthe'ir rtie c's~t fo hr st,,riti yeaIrl! ie }'ret,r1 .JOhn ('hs.,er f 'rtet'ry ef t2 .:y b ght ,vice. ]'autl I.,trande operator
_... ? seih', who hau,, been s~pentding thu" for bat'k antd kidmney Ir ,idl,,. i fo,,ntd Thme u, e,,,e f Nort!; i s j;,,p, bmt now re~trdurg r; ]'tampa Iri "1,,' all that cocid be desired
t ladt t wion liilh with relatives atet n iil sicceesfo I mmit I U t i i. rlg 'The ~ah.t:r hr e s~eL nr~
-9,h.,ktuo ,t|, cstrc, 11 It city yetetrday. t. s \\ rrnlcr, hlat s I *re at liueoiery, i hare at 1:,-: sri:'eete'd ii rr.g suf- account of i, .. d. t! ,.f I- Bought a Fiee Horse.
I r+.. at,' ssll hlaed wi'th I lormul. a'4 tw,'gl rapidly core,|, :1,. ,,ld ,Styrgienti -fri' t~m~r tti*hs~y i a~ '~:' r.4 T.eilhl(oe ubrmn

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is *i, Mr ,. tradee heg* isilr- fa,'::r,'r i' ox t asL I. louo. No. It,'.louil.l, a If' tkt oi~pan: ll a~f r,1 ,t.1.trc+ al *+ *:...i .r" ;,,torl rg 4, attemeat withOUt de- tlu|Of I ",,!11 dr. l It seerl year. I -.nti his work i! .L ".i t iS l t 5% the alplointed t~m.

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