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
Physical Description:
H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )


Additional Physical Form:
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.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32993937
alephbibnum - 002027045
lccn - sn 95026969
lccn - sn 95026969
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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)

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fie" Wht' o Il ot 90f elaborate A Mheesiuloua Oure.
sam o I'. a6 ,iei ftabeisoog mW The followipg stat'sent by H. M.
Irish lors got 6e a ood eld family Adams god wife, flearlos Pa., will Ws 6 sesesli with sll 00e 11ewsary *om. interest parents and otbera. "A at. A
4001"' It Is mWOMu In every way, and rescoos ear* has taken pis In vat
*1 T oisddls he home Is a large and, was pronumeed insurable, obe ooXx~c3P0WfteG.1
41. ~ ra rott phrse le veetbles we read about Eteotrio Ditserst ad E9 E. VOYLE. MGR.
be Nais"d. There sie also aeveral esveladed to ty IV before the seond ttosross of Title ad full information furnished regarding lauis hi
LI WT. fIto in"q thne let. oettlo w"e all taken we tiotleed a sounty. Our manager bas lived In thia souaty thirny yeavv sad
VrftWof @1Mt. MiDonald are eon. ehaag. for the better, and sitter taking Is thoroughly ecavorsant with lwan titles.
ltta -,a rave~ttbg him so his porehas.. Is I bo~les he was sompletely oared."
ha: beon.m lodeaserdly suggested 160d ski upto-date blood medislne, andB)'
64& Is 1 i ISa dilettle 6ady boilding tools. Guarainteed. SM 0JUI.~
~~ e111104 e Is it dobltu t8e Ebin. "SI $1 at all da ME so. Fvii, ACCIDUNT, BURGLANI A14D IDEMNITY INSURAJGILie
g~t~~i5.ddueesesl 06i81t be a adee home.'. sensing a amber of prominent Amerlsan and Englimh eompaoie,
hm 1hr. in the Meyer's Court. SAL ESTATE AND OlTY LO& ti.
were ofde Wh 6n es f hi
mn ~A PPYoug MARRIGE Manbl an Wie. oliaer doiisd iihmnWen mT~a 4J .Mridrdhm o h b~e mOrnig tl them 0 SWl oa In man

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The 416611" ofy theml
ft Ms *1ii#b4,hold their Ob ing
Thuiay UPhS.boiler has so Both~SiSI5SS ~rE ISsquare foot. To a Unded. ad bath were highly p'~spt h ~
; flURI~ it; jyed. The Metbodists held thtir ~th silsup
& dYou.. etlua t h brb n n keep tesi up
V it ,.m t bIng to l ve ol lit rar I s tm Sauo h d f a r ()e eo ryrefi ing @
va i grwffl.op faling eavy. o ltresp~s ma6dser ele. ~ keep the boler supplied with fuel and
W-- Tbe 6apts had nollterary feature,
file' Hro Vior id theaony. bt the oeseuoo was one which was
greatly enjoyed. Is was held In tlie
osrw~tr~low 17-7opera houe,. Insted of te churchI, as 0
Frid~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~v It gives new life to the was ansouse.4 I* The Son of Thur,. '11pamyedo fn sipsil
bar-bulbs. You save what day morelng, and was well attended AIU 5yedo t~~ sipsil
ha oo ... r you hive, and get mores tW both the Sunday school attendants spply Pphinheal Acmltef
~iaio g*4~eMg ~ too- And it keeps the scalp idth glw p"ok.Itasnatat cent. of Potash should be used.
oOwalio Weh~ejyd n hs h to snd you our free booklet,
~.~.,s,~~ n haty.g~a i aagmuIoTh eetI Write fr,' iterested in growing orange&.
numbe of't 0hia* -l Pa hand are so be oomgratelated.
of the "so sa-ate fson hr weGR A KL OK
were im oq~t ~ m. el's C~il? PSC~aSAL present #A Oak seet old Kris KrIagle, "WV WMN KL ~
Smor Sham. wit hupn0reoar and shawg hait.
ih e r th ye s .. NTe amswn
dinner wwe9108 Pic Ide Ih nameN we- clied oat. He, wasa
direetioui'of Japo ,agd oft- ____________ source of 'much worrimuent for the
.1te of 'Se children andeoneidorable amuOldetst !Whlskoy Ho s
And sweet loft"4 '1$& -other AN ENJOYABLa occASIoN. for those who were older.
ohiugs which so I~ =4 ~ ~ In all, tes entersinmensg wer. Watabllsbed AM~
dinner. Rocky Point School Children Give wel sueesfel, and the C1hriatmas of
Dr. J. W.q is~U. Sr. 1'1sded s interesting Entetainment. 1ION will "reimembered pleasantly by OLD 1A
the *g3- g~wg haM Is e. Rocky Point, IRee. 27.-The following She Methodist and Baptist children of Pr ~eodre
nse ilk hitha #16ae. Vt. KeaIls k~ tbe program the shlldres of the Gainesville. your full
strydff A"h)sdh o m~eSt Bosky Point 8unday school treated
lax, after by their perbs and friends to last might Asthma Sufferere Should Know ThIs,
Dr.0.. hvae Pa lobthr of te as the school house: Foley's Honey and Tar has eared it,.
ueivergst of Flet~e, Tw Assessor W. Istreductiou-John Bow Crow and many tame of asthma thiat were con. Pure Pen~npylva
wellow. 11 t
W. 001"~adtes 0 04Winden Cannon. sidered hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Bas-1 .~I
While md3i~ago= Wao "taksio Song, "The Inften lng'-By school. lng, 701 West Thirtd St., Davenport,
at this Ouse, t *u delded so t rom a Dialogue-Jehn Wm Crown and Iowa, writes: I"A severe cold eom. onat ocion bor' h purpose of Linden Caanou. treated twelve years ago was neglected A
be'in an affual otoioh show, and. Declhmnation-Olinton Clown. antil it finally grew Into asthma. The ore .14180146
s-- inteneded will call a meeting at Dialogue, "Who Came to Earth"- bost medical skill available eoold not th 1lo 29
ea.. i. By ten children. gkp. we mome then temporary relief.
AllI who attended this barbecue were Motion gong, "Stars on Christmas Foley's Money and Tar was reoom.
outhusiastie s ropsti the ovganisa Night"-Bly school. wooded and one Ifty-eent bottle en. O U M elxB h aln$
%ion, and so expressed themselves, but Roaltation-Miss Minnie Crown. thely cared meoof asthma which had ~(R l h aln$
as enterprise ot PAS smgItude ansici. Recisation-Misi Flossie Croyn. been growing on me for twelve years. Diret from bonded Warehouse, fine paged will require some time to per- Deelamation-Gesarge Gleavon, If I had takes Is as the start I wold and old. By the gallon 98.00K OLD FOIN
__________ltation-Miss Clara McDonald. have been saved years of sulferiog." Your full Quarto $.30. Riob and mellow
What's Motio Songl, 'Snow Oake."-By J. W. MeoNlluM 00C. 31POW dPRZPAID her lei
Worth doing Is Worth doing Well. Dialogue. "What Did Christ Bring Ipecpal Xmas Tree. We ha.o all h leadiis brands of By* and bourbon
It ~~~~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ e you will sto be$n ffoeaiitYuk-yo scilrn t o from VI to 0 Er San& 00 your P41
If ou ishto e credof hematsm oo"By igh chldrn.Quite a somwd assembled at Ho11ly~ I,*.Wd aalogue. Tree spew aspifctlonu ue Ballard*& Snow eliment and you dog "Fill the E9arth With Jo1"- Trinity Episopal Church Friday afte. will be "ell saned." A positive cUre By school. noon to attend te Christmas servie,TH LN ERAF TJ IQO C
for ippralns, mfetalgia, bruises, pon Sean Ulang' visit, whieh eomprfeed a rogaler carol set. TEATAE LTULQO
trse:ed asuscles nd all the Ilk that The ghliln 'seem" a1 9et deaW of vie. with an add ress by the Neto, M O .
f.ii her sto. A. G. M. Williams, praise for IMe crditable meanset in Rev. ram H. Cralghill, followed by
J4BUO,,T~aswrtsi"I hav need which they carried Out this program, a Choeseto*sree
bnow Linimen&t fwioprained Ankle an ad Santa Cilaus showed his apreela. As the sonelusom of the interesting It gave the best 610 Nouatc. by stripping a beautiful tree of Its aerves, during which Dr. Oraigbill do.'
029ePt I~t Is t*0 110110-" SWl by load of sandles, nuts and frls also livered a short bot Mosn 10pressive W. V. Johnon. 01 lovely Christmas setds presented by address, the tree was Illumilsalled. and
the techers of 0he Sunday school, all priest were remembered. Is was A Mer se~e pas am"Mr. 0. P. Cansm agade a shot speech see af sise most seesesful ChristmasH 0
Anthoaj 1161" a Ind~strioe anl. in which he commended th woffrkers eueralet ~the s chuc h as e

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renewd o~esyand wih the aim rn viwtoaay
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ble godor the least possible price. $
u ~yur pod w('1i~ tM our pion of Dependable
b~itorivY right prlcis w21l Wws be a great factor An makfg for .... # ...
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)UILV W IUJIJLHJIL)than the average 50c garment, 43 ach
1, 0 0S -6008c suit.
410$.6 MI~ NIIIfR Me' weaters. good colors, a $1.25
P~~ 0I D'0L 0ILII Sweater for 98c.
S~tock~ceeanhg tuzne is here in this De. Good .Warnd, U nderwear for women partmeat Youd oan. buy Hato now at less and Children much under price. foi' thu haf teirrealvale. ood values in Cotton and Down, Com'too0 GREAT BARGAINS IN CHILDREN'S COATS forts, $1.00 to $12.50,.
FOR MONDAY.,Good Warm Bnkt,590 to $10 pair.
saePuleon every Ohilds Clak has been neJoed. "1m g.. t*o wDes(s -a 111 In a.

~4 4 h"aseesabibhed out ef so am OWi IT* a hearty weleafm. Mis". orange Park, and Uwse Irs pleasant visit with Mrs.Rer'p
~W "OM, bfOsU beam5 by ah~ tes oem whish studied Goodsm. Neeoo. rue
~pyqrS~t$UP~wwtheo."b eNd~t hiln Is" year. IUUW.1' sudden Orop Insbe temperatnre UNRSAtLCY
nt.VWWj,1 H. is* xpeasd to or. [a &roegboh o Alan &d ose heavy whites frost om Thursday ___TRNRS___ UCY
Is s i Iis pntwae ewe, who Ieashe es of the Invited speak- meoaling d Id a lot of damage to &he Have Plenty of Mest to Keep T i
asdNsi~liaso teopD ar. ea~4d as 0e6 of the leuiug seere and tender pleat. bet $be or. Oero heomnVe.

TH CW Ki 411611
111b Win (V.) es o D.m- mpoa ie
Gembor %* m eoe the b ws of ths vetlon oft 0e Birt appa Dos".lto h ss r
don- ofthe above named 4ateran, for sonedi ta* the Seep seas, +Sry Vm
W o-the reaouned resirvatlon at through to" the laying o ~ ~ i~~ Ta p Fia., Is said to have bee n A tlanti c s b ili w as m id o os e to r ~ e n to ay a e Following is asketch of his "O teevessook of Virgin! a ~~4dai

Coloel John Mercer Brooks,e$Mer- United State BAvS and Offer e *oad t ho vag &@t~ omi ho professor or physics at the Via. 0f TO$ O Governor Lether. its jf tom of &.~ ad ND
I* n~ Military Institute, died at # the oraanluatlon of the Con1federa 4to dyA
o'eloak Friday afternoon at his home governMeat1 he WOO made by Seoreta 0 f WP y thq e
opposite the Institute. The iafirrolties of the Navy Mallory chief of oad inaio P "adofti. Wht WO M1q
*4 "ISii~ of years caused his retirement froto sad hydrogisphy. In thatPosition his yard at the 946sa of Am~ v~ Pi
NM~,Iu;, acive duties at the Institute in June, suslfee prov.4 higly seu. h PA S Imiaa tbWors: U EpanN~
JANo. Since that time his health had 00o1fe416M67 wag rMueh 'a need of art"l A*I5g~4IW O~s EE 8~*~'*l
~ mg gm radually failed and a strok, of par. 10ry sod Brooke Provided the drawings In0t tb IF wlali o ee alsy Gp O
tg te A as W ~ alye Friday aused his death~ ag the from whichR they were ast and the Ing, t*o Van ha me ee arked dt ,S
~ ir~s1 -.age o S~pers, lckingfour ays. dosiga of thes*hot and shell used In 48 cOI 5 Mnhsmse cmterS7tb
1S "Co1lonel Brooke was one of those thmshtwsknw te*nhow- ~sdas We Bartow ()our,*
all ~whose earlier years was devoted to '8joke Runs was described by Soots- ruhes on, "d 4*4 p" le~t 18 ig! headed~
smut motive life in the service of the United tar, of the Npivy Mallory as largely the Onmin dul sdile, 611411o.uterl *1hi0
Staes, whiah was ended by the aees- eaVJe of eboosive gonnry b.orhp.t maue m Sha k vraise& the80 &,
0190. _____________ sion of Virginia from the Union, and It is in 00D,8tioti with the building Dynasties hav ta vrSie. aM of this
Osz muI.whose mate're and latter Years were of the iroselad Virginia Out Of the bull decasyed ; Oit.'s norse and be'S.1 tp SW~ 12
~ ~ h~-eh devoted to other spheres of usefouess, of the old frigate M'rrnimac in th tilo plains and th on tpr or- w ever Polk Go
*I ,es~ ......$105 For twenty Years he was an ofleer in Norfolk SaW e l ad that~athBet 011101614ftng~ beeah#h0eam0" Info
.Y)OI ftJ 04 (040 the United Stases navy, fWs four Feamsi abp etrmmee.Frti eae hi ot meaatF3a~oe
aa~to~wmeer.17 an officer inithe Confederate navy and he furnished deigs which when car- o5i Me c~kP5ws yg8. 1moray, coesit
Ike BUD U~d w(36.)~*1 the remaining years of his life were fled on% provided a, vessel that de- tothorlsens to rotolrm*commissioner, go
gel.We 0l devoted to the useful bt more quiet stroked the frigates Contress and CONO- rose; raes have rsnt they newspaper ouns Te SulO~ $e jt...*160 occupation Of an instructor of youth berland In Hampton Roads WWd revoiq- splendor and become lufconystmn
ine-Ui the ViWniWlIr Insitte tiaomed naval warfare. He applied of night, but time. patient, of saedatoayou the
orWe wVal at* 1041MV11 s A SOf a "As a member of the Unite State to the construction of the Virginia the tipreitime aswheepn wit rs lat '0 70th td t
giger denc*DiD '94 S 0410v141n of the Conte4.rate tjsteg priffcipal of extendled and submerged reguarit as weIsfrtle, ihstad
his services were eosinu n nsnwihh A granted a patent frmt.hlolo od ad 'us ber tatd
-JNre whiski"p Is 0o 6 50110 in brought to himn fame. He was of min. sad which *68 afterwards adopted In chant of the morning stars Iha as onl beo j
Tampa. _______________ ~~~gled Virginia and New England anoes- the ous%,tUtioii of powerful forelie rato' an in a nyt
try and a native of Florida. He was sign shiPs f war. tadme is ho e beat the lipsgO of thea~y Sb a hebo#
There art n1 prsol.l ris onds0 born near Tamps Fla., where his fath. aO terrgizknofheVrsdowl fo ih. sal te type 09444h"r.,
ears old, aeodng tothl1041 6429111. er was then stationed, December 18, 0111W Military Institute, Octoberieadrto frwhhal h pages a Sad
186 onatrta eisl was Celonel Brooks was elected to the post mad all the a*ons to come wudwhda
A. j. Oa"Sm. prSOesiet tth. Penn- acquired by the United States. He chair of physics, formerly occupied by not make or constitute the ORa fanfoisood
syvaiariloa ama ',died on the was the gon of General George Md. General 3aeksoo, and his life was af- floph of the first steak Of 41he46 111 of of hilo
28ih of December. Is Is probable that Brooke of Virginia, an officer of the tttwars odevote to th eucation fiDscn onn."Eent husyn a
R. 0. Rick will leoced him. United States army, who acquired dim- the youth of the State and section he pleasing, dreadful tbought!" That led Io
Sjnetion inthe war of 181 2. His moth- so loved and for which he sacrificed so over ending reign sooeeedig the 40o1ntY. One-half of she world doesn't ears a or w#A Miss LueyOThomas, a beautiful much. His life was one of retirement; crash of matter and the wreck of she be Any I
strw hw te ohe haf lvee ordis, oma ofDuiun, Mss.He ashe was quiet, almost taciturn in do- worlds, sane aid systemsg! Insolij. Polk over a
* either, for that ongggqi. Supreme sel- left motherles at %he apoe of 12 and meanr, bat when his interest was ge e has acheavenrups and a s madeno thlae Ia
gos*@@s and graspigg after the al. in March, 184, when but 14 years and aroused could talk most9 Interestingly readth trofeanansnfremttobmei
mighty dollar are the motives that 8 months old, wa's appointed a midship- And detail many stirring scenes of tell to a eisonod when The great, fiery from Alaea eo0 rul tw-thrdsof anknd oda. an n te Uite Sttesnav, a ~early adventure. He lived to see his sun will be hidden In partial or total my mindi to le% the mle~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ts ww-brso akn oa. mnI henitby pratc a y exp tna early judgineat of the Japanese yeri. elipe; is earn read the history of the felt A""ba OOMn
When a mae 1pursuloig the dillY ooly officers were trained for the naval fled both in the WArF with China and eieation on the rocks of nature and so divide het ho01o peaceful asoss of life goes service. He was assigned to duty on That with Rssia. Upon the Japanese unfold the secret@ hidden by Uod a Istr anItil arond is a evlve onbi poso, te Ielwar, shp o te lnecary-he mao have formed a deep impress, the bowels of tho earth;- bot when It Ifrom her It 63h itun ispia lae evidver net h s:1 i the ena, andi O tom oed by0 carr- for by special Invitation he was enter- tsepts to grasp the signildease of Fair so rest on the I either a fool oir a criminal, and in tain Fannagut, later so distinguished tained at the Ja Iae.ebsyi triyi tns bse n ub h epeae
eiter asehe ugt s belooed p. as a amirl, orwho bealwys n~Washington after the Civil war, and founded as its Inability to oomproeen chum was reall
tentained a high regard. He wes traue- In like manner by their eammIsetop at an iniionla.prmly hedm.
floryFe, lebs~ile lon.fere fomth 'elwae o heslopthe Centennial exposition 9s Philadel. -it 61w ai de'su
keeper,.a benbo*& inM INOC beil on Cya, on which he made a taWf* phism 1n2376. The charea issIe@ of Is is reporwe that J. 0. Lfai. ~ I o the charge of aaaslaugascr. It 19 years' aouIs, aod re tournilg wansoe shW sb tardy sa1lor were preserved by will ssame, the msaagemet Of Th e t b cept06 g claied hat reehamded ino Ia 8 for instruction at the rnite@d him to the end." Nassau County (Foemadlas) star. eheosyd
Tompkins, tmol 9116 vas roughly in Sjta Naval Academy, then just 11r. o Laon ais Ma odI sapeyo i s eW~~
ejctnghi imahi ci.. ha 0h booded; from which after two years SENArORIAL PROCRASTINATION Stthsisornls, n f a a esmu.Im
tintngs imdna i U1i tht e n was grduated "a a member of the as make a $scem of The star he will shes owi~i.~
assed ~ ~ hiss class. eo,*o ver salnned ens from that The BSot cse, it is quite possible. do so. He serve Id his a111PprNtleeIshpeas esav
C.A.Snw C, esaslayes nsi#t4a will never be desided. benson Smoot in The San amee isig from galley "It
of ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ m& Wahna. .Chv H As boon afterywards asigned has served rer than three-futis Of boy' to city editorp mad sinD" helfshudo

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TAW swtj for We 9,061*666 plossafto Ic"17 Pon" sbould kwow she% good
bealib Is lopeesible It the kkineys an V000MENOOF WORLD. diftew. releflexidney On" will o (
'fibs., P0 oum kidney and bladdor dImse to ris m a s o
#A -pi*k 11 r *sNatlep, ol CW#" and mqtom. and will balld up and
Oyster Upper dallm" 14., samidshom .6bess Oram so they W01 ThM Will be go IgiefeSfIgg 'their tumetiess prurly. No Write me for prices on Watches of 4 alm
is, ?a- A &AhOGNP109.11$ W"411108 of da"Prof afthilledbeasoor diabetes scriptiott-,; Chains, Charms, Jewelry of all kindu
tw v 06 1184 09001186 41 Feft, It roler's KWWY, do" Is 16ken in SilverwareSilver 191ovelties, Minicures, and Toil,
seem 4, Is A* of** refow4w 1. W. uscolleft 6'
0"br lose of AperWiN W1604 tb*n Munical Instruments and Lestber 0oods.
o Gretnabd In Hem of inanw.
Mil to $10 Ifte"11041" of offers for Mwtgki i3p, A&,, s, Oft. Us--Irb* REMEMBER
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FAILS Tax Collector And AssessP Appont,
SesiM Cckg bywa 'auGod
tie t ie. SldhiWe will meet tetaxpayer, al the am
following pie... an the data$ 064 s ~ hplh
________-.on-_______ site for %be purpose of 6011901116 0.a W
taxes for 1I06, and receiving return.0t as thesllth
NEW13ERRY NOTES. property for 1907: -__600
6)January 1, 1907, Timsday-Areher. bobs 81 A a
aYoung People Have Christmas Tres. January 2 -6 ,Wdnsa n
Ira Carter as Santa cas hrdlNwer.a .V I
Newberry, Doe. 28 -Mrs. 0. D. May January 4, Friday-Trentoq. Sfttb lvTw (W the i0th dolf of
go gave the youngt people a dance ~IVd nee- January 5. Saturday-Dona.Pl (I
t"day night. which was greatly enjoyed January 7 and 8, Monday and Toes- 0 beby all Present. day-Bell.NoIa a aNOCE rA
2.. The Ohritmnas tee Tuetday night Jan ry 9, Wed aned a -W ile ford. 4W. I.i~ Au W 10
was a big success. It wss loaded with Janar 10Gaineshas.ons~ N~esbrb
~ preses. Ira J. Carter made an ad- Januar ri and 12Tudysi at ht n
j~tmirabli. Senta'Claus. arday- High Spring.dlsrbo nt a
~~ B~ .G. May of Nashville, 0*a.. is visit. January 15 and 18, Tuesday and fitua W du
Wed uesday-A Itch na. Bt rmist a
Ian l ife brother, C. D, May. Jaur 7,TusayBad wjad1htee
..,,.. *00~d Misn Lizzie Smith, who is attending -aur 8ad1,FidyadSt ~ I. Ma h
ta,,bT..i.eLb1a ubeio atSbvle a sa hm na-are outh het eLSw~ia~
imO~,diel5I42f4I*II t~uise ~ for he holdips.January 18 an 9 rdayFirands Set.atrban itOp
~.ssew~ea *Wt Ben Smith of Gimorgra is visiting Mr. January 22, Toesday-Willdo. o WoI e !18NI* a
jos~ es hii~lp afad Mrs. C. D. May, January 28, Wednesday -Orange of 10toFur1)tIaI5A10toP drfJn
~e ~ ~e~s Miss Ada Pearce spent the holidays Heghs 24IbrdyMloe us the &se& aI th e ksin*a of above a day of KDecer
~ *gjeg~na~mg~ .p~at.with relatives and friends at Alachua. Jauay osFidy-o prl. y ?OSV 44) a eet is' 195b ad ContCleaiCnu
me a1 eLIt aleigh Osteen was called to High January 211, Saturday-Haw*011urn. oflau eos.. une 4 ayvrte of
ide 8soe ~ ~ dmsa pringp Sunday night on account of January 29, Taeda&I -Rochelle. asa exuecu aid the levy in5e thersaer NOIC OF APrnJ
,, ~ ~ 1111114141 obdoath of his brother. Jan uciy 80, Wednesday -Island abov Geauribell real estate. the I ae=U)LL)!
7~bimr~o Q J Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Ruff have returnedGov.bfrtecorhos olaieiyof*' A o
vow"p~~l4 III wwin, February 1, Friday-Micanopy. (iakavlite. nlria, as the iprovoif of F4d- tI01brb%
~ gi a vI~iWiadl~ offro an extended trip to New Orleans. wepofly ood XC Voyle to avolay maid mmusloa be-~ klC
Was liJ~wh e&,t~ doj. te B. Y. P. U. held an Interesting W. .Dc~sw Taxe 001. oca hours of 16i10.06esm M nd W .S ie
pysysi. ~ O m. .. k wisu I meeting Wednesday night. We W. CoLsox. Tax Ae'. a weeal sale day. )IJ4h.1
MAIN__ __ L W F rNNK MLL t f r ax o t
Se .vml Gee. Tb, hwever MARIAGE T TYER. s uz~is OA~@ J.A. Merinr of Alaebua 0olslov. aWiblwNd
1MARIAG AT YLE. J.A. AI.4sLKC lalalls Ationsel. Woln deuorlhatid

~, ~ o bgeeWewrhI b Married There on WednesdayRB.(*BWRSEtFaBL: ~NWo.r
ipm~ak on EM S Ussia tpqtary ~~To D4ietYug epeWr Notioe Is hereby givernur *n0ru by TW9ns .Tv. 0I S IN. 11
Coleu wil be uusil next week. Ioraon05ifmTleofDENTIST. the Poe Cout liatalet. for h~te ~ antle of 16110
'4 at marriage of D.C0. Forsyth and Miss, Alaooua county. mri~. In a 0u of~b Thow int!
LYNC UP O DAa. E McLendon. daughter of Mr. and Offire in Miller Law Exchange'. &tbie and11 Dn P. b 4100
~~~~Mrs. W. B. McLendon, which ooeurred Gaut nvriy fPnslai.~ec otesat rayo~ a ~dvo aa
Grauae Uivreli f Ponllf~a.county. I have leyled upon &Iw ftpub- lth"Icm. n&oftle #488 isaedShdesof Arrival and. 't the borne of the bride's parents at bIlosvleforlebl cout Ur h u.u lo
Deps'tse o Maia.Tyler on Wednesday, Deoember 28, In ___ ~ --the ltwat hoars Of Sale on tia~he th lld Clerk Cleault
Postmaster L. 0. Lynch to certainly sa vnnB.W ae fioaig le dW the foleettid it A o .i
Sn s awa Th gromis ilt aproinet ELLIS, JR., towit: 1,ot If In the town of LACeIa .If a ?Tla I Or A
young man of Tyler, holding a reepon- 19 InAohs tiucy bloi~o "t'o" sam being J I1Nk
uNTeMns tae h ost me005. oiio ih h yerLme levied upo~n fte lbs r)a'rt V of I~ K. (lbooer 006 LAWS OS'r
als h ol itio f or &b e flo n ral n A T U R N Y -A T L A 314 to ootl a 0id exe utlon. T 1i m eas N olso U b rebw u t 'm of ** pebuei, He ha. Owde It b "o
of mioeet blhaeapeGIIIITLS tzD K)WF N it 'A .L. Atto. ney for I'.t~f Vr S64wfi
alltmoshdm a ofoa whombl dirn l ae-_ her__ fu he swet )IonrK tar~u ox ptur l
ektatoen the lahes Interio aos 11setSlas.M
th r~aladdpaaeo mlsIMr. and Mrs. Forsyth jilmk J We PATTfON Dopor. WV. Uutot lthe.. lnru 114nd OohbliN
th nI$lcddhao. fmishir homs at Tyler for the present. v UN.IL neav e Ea 1'.' tibt Lad040. NolkbyIim
frmb h "Willbi letw i mfeotiasio ThStn with ota red, ex*... Civil Engineer and Surveyor.,. A bumtelent contest aindseit bavloa been theg lasal low
Is omshaggeselydvlrdasonysend& oongratu fat Ions, with the wish filed In this oe by A. U. Hill1eary, coa- at c. I., yje.
a law lkb swmare of the hours. lips their Journey on the marmna ELR0RA SAE tosni6 isasinut Homestead enur N. $Of? tvaios "a operds
so -l easoohoe o t TowEJ~ StEAL of pw 4, byu Wrhdyo
te otmsof the edifa coegism. Prmtu-uin o h*0 .Iri tI s utolu
ely orhi setF.Early to Bed olfie. P. 0 Bon too, (Jatieavif VIA oni or Wdo w MW knowN aX has~
Kftj of All Cough Mlsd~istmei. Aridt early to ris, mskvu:one healthy, mel sI trasiniell. the I I St i
-. M~. ase, a all sofier of happy And jite-specially if'you take c'urr to~ ewhof ilft Is themll Usea~d Iw e 1.uiv'u a
Cat" seerc fon, or anboosaten ours for constipationa, dyspepsia and hf~ ~ i '~kokby nabo m ob aa 1",4"1 *so
yWras tre a all liver complaints. Iis. 8-, C- Most I D sitr and Roel or at~ tb Vsied 0106414 ~ ~
f ela s w a g r e o m b l a T e n n w r i t e s : j 1 a w y e e L a d O w e I n t l a on n a l l e =
Ae(w m~Ie&Ilsn ror oroop, best I bs.. I. aaI fllawe', In V1211. sANA Ilthe m51 annWMU*1 bavif. itsf rsvrber ao.- __ _7