The Gainesville sun

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

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

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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.
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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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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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UF00079930:00584

Related Items

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

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P L1sID Ished' a W eek .Motiday and Thursday
XX VIL N.e);6IEM jFIUA ODY FFBiRRY1 1i!08 ONEDOLLAIR A Ti

toI I'D SEA ISLANDCOTTON. VERY WAUMS UH1111111.1M I
re EW 0 IU1ir Savannah Market Quiet and Steady VEYL R EO SMan Who Built gost Florida Sem"Inaryl U G A GS S
IDuring Past Week. FOR COUNTY ROADS Barracks Over Twenty Yoore Ag.
L',;. innfah, (. Feb. S-The market Anliolug tho iirofilit visitors
W n Duad aid a Numer 'for S-tatii AM ue n ~oiy ~sllt 5Jh .Wle ~N Kestocky Jurist WB FI
is r f ~'eaac in Hospital. uimu tlt. q week. A tiir demand Jagut Amount Kfmwt f"r Yeazn W"ahington ). rfhaftCl lt11 yHsS
r* A nfopasi for choic,', extra choc tractor anti builder of that eltY, and h 1W b I O
OVERCOME fill, Inlost of the sales bolus of MdOtb o isoes senior invitbi'r of the firta of WalkerOVRCM BY MOE. FIVE SHOTS WERE F11E
BY1 SMK%%'gais dne n the tunw IT MEANS BETTER ROADS Mr. A',tke' vialt to Gaiua.Ille In
lflght,>t grades of tioNorglast. but noth- I -on vf t"i't'ciaI llsure to htim, Ssr o udeNagsWil 4.k
~~gto the Snow Pilied In Front of ing iii tim satnet grads of Fioridaa'. The Tax Payers Nave Bemn Clamoring IAt 01"' till"t' 114 Wae A "11110"00r" oil qredy Occurred at the 0e44rn I ~ren of tlie town. ILO was tho lrone
-So B Burn uidignirme Hauildingtit weFiremaeitlni HorMoedS bsaniarTMooreare, rator on th ol Eti FlriaTemi W eeouitngofCares.eSe
fIN1culty In Fighting Fire and Res. I' of the net recelipts. and ship- end Are-to Now Getin olThem-Month.m- er aiig nCutms
oving Inmates. I lit! it-re largely to Northern mill. ndAeNwGtigT n-ho wary batrrackH hero in 1%,86, at which WsPae re ret
~IJ~w Yok, Feb. --~ue ~Qni~tit inas art, 1.1c lower for fue. and ly Meeting Coutaty Dads. titmet lit, rt-ldrdt here with hill familly, WsPse re ret
*I~ ok e.S-oswmnI i-ido. quotations are le lower for Tuesday. F- lwlz~av 4. ai et~icet~i~'et eiecs ..owu ~.*Fb ..ge
,Al and "era.l persons are lu ase fiirt' ( 'orglas and extra choice Fbil- thrt0104101th the% vily Co~nty Ma~e Janiee Hargis, for mIs
100eitM suffering t1m1b Injuiries an it la 1* The iord (if CountY t4't,1,ii,44t "I IVII ce ti r(ly bt-lieve ily t yes." ro. w 7 ati Slbb of the *tat* dworatle
404reek of a Ore Cw hi, early Fri- Ih. foimo g 0111 r a, l~r e hl4dyi eim nak4 rWle mraiiLl-eectv Ouut0,&~*dO
Al~ dSP' 1tr~e ti~e f~e-ry brick fi~frr quotations and art' revill-ex Present:t J, G. l0iafple, Ii,: urti; W Ing with a tiuniber of friondA. "in 11141In~ liDAMY murderls and prs
111a.0tmend buildiug at tb'l iorthwest oi F.4~ ,ridays: J. Matthvws, C. C. Pedrc,' I' I., l'utll till mly t~'' I bit' e ltiver twn a 10.NItIn. the tutto whiob h
4*fl~t at Columbwa &% eaue and 81", ....... 28ria lo vd3.FTwued 0t11-Iit.t torfruiet tiig disruptr4l firteathitt coruty for wve
l'.incY (Wntrglax ..........27 0p24 n n .F ouin td 'It t sgi ie& pmstoare o ndklld1
The nivren ben -.,I()miv- MtlMrohr.aot88
fi *i u p s t) have atarteo Ikl heil'tig ~ ~l5 o :~ r 0111 14tsL :riv,:. I hav n otr. w s s o d ble 1
b i Ak d w ba g ro o m of t e d i e a t'o e e r i s . . 2 2 h u n t a o a t m u l .U 11 h etir o f o rI t yetir" a n d 1 1 8 1 o fi fl A v e ;Ist i n
qa~ry in the basement adowing to h t s. and Fla's. .... 17 U18 dil4 approved without itllu .iott' ai inoit rt'n)Lrktllt, lnii'rotuelit saccessioo at his fther. wbo fell e
ft bk .f water pressure, aretid "I. The. follwin aild %i's. 16od~o no~r turefrwihI elvay bl
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ .\ (''neo (ia's. and Fla's.. T1e folwn il i rird'i ~r i~rtr o he el Verw i elorks we~re waltina ea u
&"g 101o opportunity to rc.ach Me 0'inino A's. and a's...1 12% 13' S. it. Wit tigos. clerk anrd aidliort. ut. tlts I 1110 ilt' wIotem tityl fI es
Mstw _____ $40. W. M. o in d ait *;AI: bAA~tm Unmly' froni En, "tI. Father and Sen Quarpuled.
Margaret Manhko, 29. years of age, MR-jiii~i,1t fihil iil ~iiit The exac4 to ofl~ th mb I~ air n
$41el from the fifth floor and wan f. I Chatrle'ston. S. C.. Feb. In.a Moses Sherman. janitor, #.W; South- all' Kind it t ie s fliraer," I akt 11been learnedft, but ft is 011111F d
tplly Injured. iShe had been iitsn4- landiti arket: Reeipts, 96 bass ex. era Bell Tolophone Co., service, 117; Mtr. )Valker olwitt the' daty saturday ID haye be"n the remit olf AIetS m jig on the Are escape waiting for 0. litrtl. 105 bags; sales, 15 bap,; stock. A1* Florida Telephone Co., service, niiling with him old friendit &111 which have eiisi*4 between fttkm4
anis! of the 11remnen. wben ahe slip- 2X1I4 bags;; fine. 35%c; off col&. 82c; 111-14; J. C. Ncew, iprlorqailuea e f.ttitae anfrwn ie i w e r
ged from tbe icy gratinge and fel. to' No. I tinged. 28c. $16.67; Mrs. Ida Strerper. car3 Chuen. herfs vt. Amtong those are I~r. T. r. reported to tave wa a sever qay
paeet 8h p&Vremoved td Wise, $20; Mrs. Iesile, Gtidman. Aia. IThoman, kobt. McClIllanlen. Xe70 several lights W,. whes th in
o k hotel Walton across the street HISTORICAL M111lNTING. Roundtiree and H'iuao Townsond, supW ltroone Itenry R1atuspy and at half. er, It to alleged, wall 060*e4911
Otere she &aed a few moments lator. port. $6 eab: S. It. Wivnites. sijulpe doxen others, and their meeting was resort t* YIWOlce to reetrle uis M
Owing to the snow ile, In front J. Ji. Finley 104pter Wtends Cordial etc. $8o Wakr Mvauts & ('rMwell a nuteally agreeabl. one. Yotin Huaa. Iti a sM, bal k
q o the building, the firemen haod great Co,. mor(tgagie record, $42; B. J. Thomn- -.- ..-. drinking heavily ad lWat He
40culty in rising ladders to take Invitation to, Veterena. ats Co,. sundries at jaiL 17-74i; W. D.S Ito the allore late nthme"? SI*
th eat. Asarsl f The lales of the J7. J. Italey Chap- Dickinsi,. colleelm, comrissom PRING PA KCAMTE auesarata"" J"" eh. j
W delay many were ovc omeU1 I) ter, United l~handterv of the Confed- 198.9: R. III Prl, tirea urer. o bad. O**e t oII AG1 I"de W gS bu
ages"e cold and were carried to 1eracy, will how,;-hlairsw feePtlGU miealmens $107.0: Gainesville "a & O T~ F I ad pk tbesnew iun
ft botel Welton where they weres alat the bolas of Mrs. 3. U~ Med11i. MW XlectrIe Power Co.. ourvic"e. $14.06; OF O T EF I 1111 A a quw ri s. eV '
%N&M by doctors anti cared for by Mai s6ee a., Tuesda a..olae wod$few. .Je
b- otail atnageun#,; The h"I'd .sMansrs Na os& .laae wd.$1.LA.J l so stun, asu "IN 60W 4~o
g we lomged o t u et t of P- eveanng the 11tih lM., from a to 1t. re* of clok. $I$; J. id. 130111111111111114111 8 sW N gct bv Emet, r~uim If a faWtoteteocln i s md30 to~b me & C. ladutmes for poor farm. $M: 1A be 2" bl b WetnoW A
tr H~f IN EWYOR -~s~o.U ae 1018v. 0. a. Moefqt a Co.. sap f(r wi, 01" h4mhe"1i
af"DY NNWYOK tmsI o 111111 of 60 he~vte. $4.10; J. a. Fletoher, -ft poo farm. -t "111"uedin
An MIore A' 108 OWu~v is $U5; H. H. lloCreer. puhmablba ye TOK MADE A PINS 01614T liuu pe ad '1111110101
4metitition go~lehed by "Big Ti"ga e f 109 Md o rt.P otO, 0W. 04dne Meseter" -e Iwo nows ow s.,nu
Murphy, of that City. wbo will owdeet aft expeelit a tog 06.. shingles for Jail $73; Peper caw.li iinob aestles soml~ed WINl NOW York. Mb. I.--411urpliel A' great deal of isto Pb-flie 0d to. Psubbehl co., timaensei book$3.85; NO UM W a Mugs..
0do 4We 0% a the Bowery, MAn 6,00 0"trutm fliinea Saeem&g J.. Tbm 'i oins emui for ma be Admred by Visitnr N. Mr6.1 Tae X% on or@"
vos &t ar -- Z'mil( 6* 90wwy With a ilde~ to Mil e miselibers ftwoe $I. rbn* r Tos.. emilatt for Maio ~h.~e eePW uai e S
Mbeb a rU sock a. ade of tMe c.Deuume11 V1116iN111 1111 pow farm12.90: labor, sundrwis. hoeaVrb A em 0011111,a ol 1 ik
~oeda" a n lsttuio ~ themn una this amanaili 2h" aamp tesm etc. for m road an ld a .gs6Mme A. -2" _.le Me a ausli sad the,4@1











~!~BERY PHee NOW e~ Up**# tueday. '
NE BE. cThe Wiadn's Ha Mionary So
clety of the First Methodist church
S tLong anged There Early O U GIheld a mest Interesting and well 40kLn Mno re Erl g.
Thursday attended teetingTuesday, at which
Th a othe followiat ofncers'*ere elected for
Hammer blows, steadily cp- the ensu year:
SUSPICIONED OF KILLING SAPP plied, break the hardest rock. Mrs. W. L. Floyd, president; Mrs. The K dr
C. W. Chase, first vice-president; Mrs. T e K
Had Been Arrested and Was Taken Coughing day after day, jais H. L. Phiter second vice-president;
from Jail and Hanged to a Tree-He sad tears the throat and lungs Mrs. T. J. Nixon, third vice-president;
Was a Brother of the Man Young until the healthy tissues give Mrs. J. A. McElvey, correspanding
Sapp Killed Sometimo Ago. way. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral secretary; Mrs. W. L Hill, recording .ssa k.ood d aSapp Kidy' S un:m Astops the coughing, and heals secrtarm rs... x..Jen treasurer. the
From friday's Daly Sun: the torn membranes. Al reports of committees were very
The brutal and uncalled-for assasst. Encouraging, showing the society in
nation of Ellas Sapp, a well-known IM good condition in every way. ..............
and prominent farmer of the Jones- Pro" .0
Ville section who was shot down in ar011h ah.* Even from the Mountains adggea mS
eold blood on the outskirts of Newber- A1p1a,. Ballard's 8now Linfnt i praisednW
9y a few nights ago. has been avenged, 5APEU.BladsSo iietI rie jj;j A30T1
a few alts aiio, hs need, avnd ftor the good it does. A sure cure for AROOTIC.
s far s suspicion is concerned, and Yee rheumattsm and all pains. Wright W.
Jack Long, a white man of the New. *00oving, Grand Junction, Coo., writes:
berry district, has paid the penalty "I Used Ballard's Snow Liniment last
Swithe hicti e t hsdah ttwinter for rheumatism and can recom_Te victim met his death at the mend it as the best Liniment on the
hands of a mob numbering nearly two market. I thought, at the time I was
hundred people about 1 o'clock Thurs. WILL 00 TO WASHINGTON. taken down with this trouble, that it
day morning. He' was hanged to a would be a week before I could get
limb near the scene of the murder of County School Board Generously about, but on applying yer Liniment uo
a few nights before. Make a' Good Appropriation. several times during the night, I was
Ever since the murder of Ellas A letter to the various county school about in 48 hours and well in three agin aM66 6.ishW O
Abpp, people of the Newberry and superintendents of the State, from the days." Sold by W. M. Johnson. as asLoOS S OF SEIZ 0 UV8
- Jonesville districts have been quiet. offe of State Suprtendent
y at work weaving a web. They had toway, p te latormatn t Hol- Mra at Wileox.
lilev bears the Informateoge that no Marriage at Wilox.
t. ow livre to say regarding the tragedy, meeting of the county superintend- Wilcox, Peb. 6.-Our town was en- [
investigation, which resulted In the cents would be held this year, but that livened by a wedding on the 3rd inst., arrestiWdgat day, oc k ulon who the superintendents' convention would the contracting parties being Percy L.
are Wednqay of Jack Long, who be combined with the annual conve- Lae and Mise Cora L. Wilder, late

wa was taken to Newberry ad don of the National Educational As- of Bradford county, Rev. W. J. Martin
PkeedIn te ton Jal, ad as soomttion, which will be held in Wash. offeisting.
a e the news spread the people of the Ington for three days, beginning Feb- The happy couple left Tuesday ExACT CO wa titAPPaa.
1M and surrounding country *vt. ruary 25. morning for Palatka, where they will
destly became very indignant. The State Superintendent Holloway fur- make their future home.
Mieers apprehending trouble, place ther suggested that, insmIuch as this The. Wileox Turpentine Company th4 gards around the Jal, but meeting was destined to prove of bad the misfortune to lose a good neartl atrs arouidalhe a ibloed, btgreat value to the 'ducationab later* gro hand Monday. The unfortuRate
down pon them, takin g them caep. ets of the State, the various school man was caught In the belt which Was. boards of the Stat, appropriate from drives the "hog," one arm, one leg
t, was an orderly mob but do the school funds the sum of $50 and his neck being Instantly broken.
tr s While the guards wee towards the expense of their superine captives at the merdy of the tendent in atthAodin the convention. Skin Pla of Twenty Years' Stand. Y S U A R E 11V
het them men broke the look ad This letter was read before the Ing Cured.
opte the men to the little priso n school board at its meeting Tuesday, I want you to know how much To Visit Our Store and Inspect Our
b~ eed. Thembir th the ioa- and without hesitation the sum was Chamberlain's Salve has done for me. L God Co 'itg f
boe Trembling ith fea the co nanlmesty appropriated to Partial' It has cured my face of a skin disease ine o Good, CoRs18tng 0 ......
& dMod victm crouched In a corner,
as he realised that his time for death ly defray the expenses of 80peria of almost twenty years' standing. I be4 come, and that it was useless to tendent Kelley on this trip, which the have been treated by several as
board readily realised would prove a smart physicians as we have In this ME, MR E .
.,6u4ty and orderly the committeee, most ben*8ical appropriation. country and they did me no good,
W86d Leag from the jalk placed a rope Superintendent Kelley, who is al* but two boxes of this salve has cured we promise you Polite Attention
tab4@t his ok. and, heading the pro- ready regarded as one of the moot me.-Mrs. fannle Oriffn, Troy, Ala. and Lowest Prices............
etpelW started on the death march. faithful and recentt advocates of ed. Chambirlala's Salve is for sale by all *
b.fq aving the guards In chr e stion In the Stlate, will no doubt be dougle.t__P1W to t pr, secu re n with my "ew methods at -EI-~r
tM di and *ell In l ther, th schools of Preminent Negro Tenor. I G -3O V O.
This must have been a march of the county will get the ben*it. Bydney Woodward, the celebrated HIGH SPRINGS, FLORIDA
'Iwpra s* 9lr the ma who was at the colored tenor, a graduate of the PhilaINGY of those about him, and who Negleeted Colds Threaten Life. delphla Conservatory of Music, will _____________________________nifted that the and was only a few [P11i The Chlcago Tribune.] render one of his famous redals at
at0mts off. lie anttst have walked "'Don't trile with a cold.' is good Johnon's hall. North Pleasant street, Wth steady nerve. however, as the advie for prudent men and women. Monday evening next, for the benefit
half-mile point et which it had been It may be vital in the case of a child. of Union Academy. os T H E D IA M PD 0 E 0

ie tisna m (ae. The man's warm clothing are the proler safe gifted singers in the South. and it is SAMESYILLE, FLA.
thoughts must have been only thoughts guards against colds. If they are anticipated thiat he will be greeted
eto alisry, however, for it was a critic. malptalaed through the changeable by a large audicace. A special Invita. Has built one of the mxost up-to-date Ice plants in the 481a moment weather of autumn, wiater and spring, tiont is extended to the white people, St8te Of Florida, and has no0w open
Arriving upon the sen*, under a the caases of a garpr rim a rdi* for whom special seats will be reaproading oak, the rope wus thrown nary colds will be slight But the served.A "' ta fr
ever a conventient imb, whe o uses ordinary light cold will become severe EE U~RN ~~U
was swuag into oternity--ad the if neglected, and a well established Simple Remedy for La Grippe. -- _____deth of lise Bapp~ was avenged, as rpe cold is to the germs of diphtherta la grippe coughs are dangerous as Alld 18 nOW preparedl to halRe Meats in large quantitar as that gathering was esmeerned. what honey la to the bee. The great. toey frequently develop tato pow- ties for the F ARI~MER at ne'w plant located on the SeaNavtag beeu notified early in the est mnmace to child life at this sea- monia. Foley's Honey and Tar not board Railroad, foot of S. Arrednd 1 ". ju Wsto
aeaisouperHedemn mine.son of the year Ie the neglected cold." only stops the cough hb heals and .Saor dt()4O t. t et
edaaranvittthsenw reWhether it is a child or adult, the strenathes the lungs so that no er$- Sebaddpot.
they found the twedy spe~nded. The esl4 slisht or sevte, the very best ous results need be feared. The geo._________________________________$1177. after viewing the remains. re. treatment that can be adopted is to ulne Poley's Hoey and Tar contains --- --- -_____*teed a verdict that lhe deeased. shes Chauntarrain's Cough Renaedy. no harmful drugs a is to a yellow Itok Long. came to his death at the it is ea an se The sreet peoe packagafRtuse sabstitates. OldW.t Whisky Houeiot
haes of parties un~knownt larity anid ismuse sale of thIs presas Me@ottem & Co. I 1 I
At last reports everything w as pIlt- ration has been attained by iti re
.ed down to the usual conditions at markable care of this anl. 'u. A PBsatsited s883
38ewherry, and no further trouble is roks never results io pnemonia when TeCrutCut __ _____r tjelpated. It i* gtren. Fr sale by all drugghats. ro htdas lyh:
-P Jc da a rte fteAfter the disposition of one ease,. OLD1 51HARP! WILLI.Ag
: gswo erGp sasntdSepeakWr.that of J. L Matthews vs. W 8 Ifo** PuriSe old ry Sp.. th e pA
80 cpe an he, i we uner eap H'hat might be termed a steept- streeted the jury to britg in a verdict &P gyg
ee o attan ide athneruof the Jackjoboa wayhas just bes nofavor of the palatWitonthe seatof ___man o had kiledth fher (Uafs te d in this oity by others* H. 8twr- 43.S2 ad costs, the seurt adjoersed ~~(LN.
anwh hdk~lesIhs l~ngs man, who has conspled petattas the until Tuesday nerstg. *fbIml L RIan
brte. Lon ws shoo a brother-ta. Iwe isnaense ssokestache at the plant This is a sportcal team of the conut. Wirw h.'Task *ie g
of tht' I~aaneed itw Compa The eailed thr the heartes of civil ean y1h...- 376
Tis We 8***e Cabbage at ksai u e i n water atrate th giba.tolre th cil 1 chb PR g_______Preat Fridays Day Su a: ata tues of aany eed nstrans who wh c h s bs'n badly con seted for
8ptwey & Peler, who qwede~uct a happeal to' se him ini ieamins the last three years. ALl RTS
gaide in South G&anavith*t brewught _______ ~e.,.5 lml hse.
5. ftaSiU *0 ~ ''A tItch to, Time Don't Put Off u-' 1 P I I"r fell
hator their own at un he Will ave ne s will a tle (t orEtil tomorrow what yee rea dot 88K rl (41 5RRSI
poundse ad atee eito rueen Itatterds lIorehmound Srup also* oda me e s ae owI~sa a kept a hand sac many a spl ftt* '.ur. or metipation. des't waft sa e ? By i** ga &0s0L. iLI F~lTERg ('Lg'g
tae. het this to the lIait si*kness A sae core for mak ntil enrow h e ep a orfl ersS tR n ello zas
'aids, brnerkle and w hoopies reth b'ottl of A tn and get that flew IX PR ES PREPA AlDI For If tt qiarts gag
Poin a. Haaey and Tar er '*IMrL 8 Met Sprtnas Ark write workiat right Plpteees aes --- --- -- - -I El aggg pg~j
ast obstinate toughs ad e xpets the -I heep a bottak of itlardu Morw healkh sves eal stb ap*R~a. Mrs hadle al1th song bwa pgea
col unti sytenasitt ag~t boad thakmp he myuh *deae tha t id G rhba. Ptat.y Tea. ates "I. **5**fl I pto g W BIj
tsative it te ow usees e heg, a han s i are dboaytsrte s ne Herin an y ~ Aimssa far ela
** ** * v n s a . n s o oe m a w .. o n ars so a d a .a e s .. O A iLI A Y E R a F L A T A U (fQ 0 0 0M A S
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____THE tGATINSVILLEC SUN: FEBRUARY Ii u~i


muRES OI DAY OF COMFORTING WORDS WNS-1AL AE
ma~ *a~Piresident Fuigate Thinks Farmers' In.
FUARERS' INTTTEmnstitute Wguid be Setter Success. *NTTT SCUUA IHEITANCE
aya Florida Household Will J. F, Fua of Aiac'-i coin tI, SSCR OFU LA
IFind Them Sa. I~n r' it t of th,' Fatrmers !I,q timvj 'jiI ~ C If
4 Session Wen, OF1 DISEASEe AND SU Ci i'I Ultl -~~od
NotiitI.,111le owl!i)lv manitifestl ill physit: lfe. than the
Those Most Deeply Ltei .seu. 1 V (Il 11,11b and ac'hesi of a INt lit 134 it -i i I p Iij. :IgoI..nesr T
___________titv Ol botl,1, io'iiarintz health tit ~ tedi ~ 1b
''.1 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ iil Ii) iII.d'tru rnr i-~I' iui& ''ls~~~ ~hht it '~pibll cIitiit'~ Iiiin thvir exiap" Y MANY GOOD TALKS WA'ER E MADE Jtklt I. v'liJu 4:i to make any kidney % hich 'A ill yt;~ :. bvvr- w"I 'scV mi'l s u tic isug. Swol 1t. l g .01.1 .0Oi tt i'k, brittle bof "
uIr.r grat. .uI. To tell how this Aame for (ie 1,' -1~ i f. ik c\, t I. al (i, v oi I, I q x it)s it,; iit ni tg ,o t~ -;-k! I iil ver i ie1111 4 The Farri~ers and Stock-men Learne .t~.eao~gwrst buI hvttt' day,! ti th 1 111 it'Ase ~t Alo ilt-~ tsli,'t waill llt' 't'1Otoit il't i:4 '1wiif tued.la In atta i.
a Great Deal Which Will Prove of riVof Florlo. readers. ttio i!-t4qol, AC h'11wk AS0lltlwi N ,eoili, t% ai ihrua iit
Advantage to Them In Future-rGov. Pu-Ii.akola, la., tells bow to do JIL lira Thursdtay viiiiag. tCle dhleaw~ --liveved ill holding the tiollble In clickk jilit ili yolt ng, vigorous ernor Broward Could Not be Here. a ,: "romn my experience with -%V al realize t hat I t o litft-, lt \ sksit he ster ha slo kt t eae tiit %AKi4 ofte dia il itaity
D o a n 'd K id n e y P ills I c a n s tro n g ly a t s iv i l y ii t r i p l f s c n s s h a a g s o h i e s i l c n
FrmFia' ul tl:recomm~nend tht-m to anyone In nj~eed Is a great thing for the 1!iriiier. tin, andti a g rei in ae~ e~iat u o'tu~tt.SS .I
The first le'ctu re be iret fit ,i riers' of a good med icine for the kidneys. stowino"rn e mak Mr' VerY 1.1t iVtUCl.fr.6rla It rotia the etlitr irrlto auberU
Kidney compltint and backliache, we who hear the lctur.- is dit in ii el ou it'k~'flo Andti b r U &
siceting T hursday mu or naing ,i a s by% caused m e uffturing at intervals for ______d m ehrel__.t A a od e k s t S S s t e g e te t o l l o
U~r. E. 1). (Ilerrant (if Ocalat ol -11he years. The flrmt or second attack I~uae ciwoaeWl '~idatprtis n tti nyge otevr
(I.rathsq.a or(they grew worse and at times laid the mositing i .kii hold in or Ilotn ofhi thortbe itrmve h a
r i ir an d ~ it fra ea rsa hu I n o m i1 0u 4114 t eun y ie ift d it ei. ho I t~ th te.-Ao th e ttouithc i t I t u le% th ss
yEirio11 up. I could hardly w~ak anUd It l"'eonilr W' \,t yor it S os Saiiie* itdcrstedt;ae 'i t ple h

letis to stock rai-~ers Ini Floridai. after stooping. while the kidney seerhe.-wr4Iiul ii ihitti PUELY~ VEEAL priipertics it 11, ;It .1c" of S. .. S ia maltte
~e~a~ e t%%t ', i v er ceum ovi'n rons were Irregular and unnatural. "Oni Iatiut etaidli- iit.tit tel of hIt, Ih,,1 inilig toots. heriw
I ~onsKidney Pills cured me. )Yrom opiporti i VC) ofi atiding F1 tl Ald l' ~I "1 411 i0.~t safe it-k I i ,i.1t told lklook oi tht catleof he l.'ttd ia!tstale llperona exerinceI nowtha ths vs o\%,liv Is* ralon ihli experiehenceKiil .1, klYowlethat1 d thisli
thlt Solth, fifty lr cn t (f th s. t medy can be depended upon to ems- f o t iiis crt iaii"d 1! t, iii I ti 1 s i a uIa it it iiir ter Ni~ u rit' GA. .
di. li,, s qm 11i tills- flit the representations made for It." trte et k.ad iiiiut'iEs'~rS ~ A A
th.lage ~iriltag. i hi.~. ltr I For sale by all dealers. Pice 50 of theni tiuic ualit incti, t.t ,I,'hu Lh "ZJ,.
cenIIts. "oster-RMlbum o. Buffalo. however lat Ihey vlFit \\.i' litii erse
doll, to tick ftyer r Ii 1iiraiit~il New York. sole agents for the United do,5 DS~ (JE.EM r

ryt ii of tilhe t ik hi)% 0w~ fe~i 1 Iemember toto nawe-a0oane--eid8 P[ 1T U.VYE
,tk n th r Dairy Changes 1 .L V YL W r
lit- told I()%v uc- ihlae fine lbred T 'he I'thu 4;ro%# jlliiiat-t has
Mt ik rogh foi lit the t (a (;ainesvllle was much enjoyed. 'rho 15t'ii iilaiioit.'l -i milttit'. l- 141 tit OW
autitie briugh fotr't th e qdat- skill of Messrs. Shannon and Rtobl- palat ntine it' ar. by Mv. i An nieiilge I* I Iia flnl) IrO~t n OI "lIfail tn't4il I l hes
trihtitt's iill II lisaW('t'-sful aitn'reson wits shown In the splendidly lpro- uirews, ha.. s'.w it Iurchw .4 li) I'll,
to bred upi herds toy ImIaporteul bulls izit et.Teewseog n iiiz~le I e ~r .eipaa~ En~i.b~~~
to t ti'ir buecoin g diistOV Vd 11nd ilHJN)1- tioio to spare, and everyone present conimmed (it \. 1) _rj..r 0i* I)r 31
t.'atfrm tha cuse. h ad'oat'denjoyed It thoroughly. ('rontartc of 'Ntirl Var, Iins antul A
inisu-1latilng cal-vs carly, either direct- V, R. Thomas, secretary of the Here- Resiil fti ty Vn.ii-mlFIRE. CIET UOAYADIDMIYISRNE
ly 1) flte ti- k. oir It) flt- hypodenile ftord Asuociatlon. gave lif excellent feature 'Of thot lamiin"Psi~ ill be" flit, lve iisltlolui-r fiiiint iteiiia n ol0 611411t
inijectjion. IOr ai'rraint 1i4 getting out and clean-cut lecture on the Hereford breein~g aitti rsti..tkg of Httim gir~ elEtt n ~j on. :* ANSILFA
a iluhllcattii "ii t,,s iuhtliortatt sub- lbrt''d. The hardiness of the breeds Jewy al'iieriote ate okshire liug, :ua I______________________________________________li,(t 60 ilch Aill -n ilti ready for dis.jIand the ability to rustle for feed was IIfCYhthiis tilt# 114" ft riu IN ,Ii
trlbaitiln. about to be a leading characteristic. make A lsiseciasl(L% of dair) iti .14 111i 1 'h I _________________________________________S'. If GmA- kill lit ( titosil. isil in The legs are flesh all over. Another jorostiurts iout It it s tmilk, creami it Nliit.ea- of tc-'hef stock ralin valuable quality of the Hereford breed ter. Thevi'Ill move litt a (ii d~ti f B OK R
ersi ini Philitiii.- nvxt addIrt-sed the Il that the jiumebred bull@ transmit to their neiw latiluro 1 t't it fli.iit, (11% bE RK &0 3 BR K R
accling Ih.- -'ail it cannot be con- their good qualities to the grades and %here tho. vmev--Ary, 1.i -rt-g.' it eC
rect ly sai(l that tli'~. 4' t i're any cattle always leave thoa characteristic color abundant, anil miitrv tht' ia tit- buiiiillua,
raised In Florl:.. blat thiat here, like of the bred on the grade offspring, a coniodiouil twr. o wA lI~oTopsy, 'they jilt grilitir Som e Mr. Thomas showed In his splendid The no hav bew i forto and Coton, Stocks, Bn dslu Grain, Po lln
iforts have h.'-ri tuaiu tad are being lecture that all the F1lorida breeiders twefty tine o hir ard exet51 ito ddI 1 ON
unade to Ilthruivi. ill., ?ttiak, but not nee'd to do is to make a start. It tet iuolt hi edtnsni m1~ r P-0E
in a thorwigh mid -Nottim~tlc manner. costs no more to raise good cattle than they (,an bill secwured.
The dairy anti stock firin will 1we ejgkIlg Ofiem J. Maisss's Sbin. "A~ 816 ~
H-e riferrcd to N A ('alliton an one the scrub cattle. In charge of 1). R. Cromartie. an 4litwho is just noiw diltlitia mc toward W. R. Goodwin. of the eedo's porlenced dairyman. butter and cheese
raising gi ti.' thiany other Gasette. Ciego, gave manmy helpful maker, while Mr. Vidal will be lit J1flmicl ( ftleos : 'labliir'tIuktt C.ity, IUvt, Oak,
mnan whomn he.' kiiwA. lin the State. He suggestions In his address He told ehreo h iyei ftebuxinss
believes there is a fiture feor the grow. of theM "Tuadammtlal Nomool 'Ab. _______________ St. u istlt, 1DO ile
og of good rattle in ow. Atat.'. Those siardity" whieh Is now gosono This May Intereet Yo.Mi OIk' (lA ra 4titJokovle Foia
who know Mr. uat.kill itbest bilieve Shipping a41t 1,.00 Mmse from M h fitl 61ai teit ak iiilFoi
there Is no mian Ii Florida who Is Coloraido to ChINso, fattening them on No one Is Immuatne from kidney trouworkng ardr tii brinK theo industry Cotton Seed salie thM b" beft hi0, 00 Mut remenmberi that 11 11oy's_________torward than he, lioth hoI raising fine shipped 1,000 mleas firom the Motthl. Malay Cure will stop the Irregularcattle himself slid ho at-ing his will and then M11,11904 the beef prdllsosd Itwa" iid any 53 case of kidnely and and influence ito get oithiir' to brreed 1.000 miles to Now York to be 901 bladder trouble that Is not beyond the
up. prolotrly turt-al mnad care for their IIe thinks the bty Is comliag whs e c f 1ed 6 -e-J- W- NCCOI u I f~ L R Aa A m





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GAiESVILL6 OVER OCEAN WAVES w tIves tsbed 1 the end th .e.mu area of the United states, I
of lai pls. In eo* *d ahe la- a that the deve poet of Its atur
A !& 1 f William E. Curtis, writing to The hablta kays were .11mmne by &I fteurces would attract millions of a
S Chicago Record-Herald sys woeckers, who lured passing vessels capital. millions of laborers sad hua- m
December J1, 1002, at Oas The most remarkable railroad t the upon the shoals by ta false dreds of thousands k enterpristg a
D ec er 1, lass matter, 'a
-r A ct of Congress of Mlatterc world, which Henry M. Plagler is lights and then looted as they ercanss more Wmrt building on concrete arches through y helpless. Horrible stories are told T1is immigration would create an athy and advie. w M
the shallow waters of the ocean along of the crueltyy of the "conches," as extensive market. Cuba already buys indeed If boys did t athe
SPublishbd Every Monday and Thursday the garland of palm groves that cover these desperadoes were called. But more than $100,000,000 worth of for- in Spain" at that ad5l o
at Galneevlle, Florida. the keys south of Florida, is now in their descendants are now engaged In elg merchandise every year and need is the practical -m tb o
.operation for a distance of eighty-one more humane occupations. Wrecking about half of It is shipped from the someone, who Is tim e p m tI f. H. M'CREARY, Editor and M'gr. miles to Knight's Key, and regular as an Industry has been abandoned United States.. The island is capable life, to guide the. MOat afI think
_r_ _........__-'-_trains began running over it on the ever since the line of six fIghthotes of supporting at least ten, and prob- that boys do not need *11M s Mth
Terms of ubscrlption: 15th inst. Through sleeping cars will was b it along the shoo ls beween ably 12,000,000 of Inhabitants, and Mr. or advice. It is a g mta15 The,
The Twtoe-Woteek S u $1 a year; be provided from New York and Chi- Miami and Key Wet. Plagler believes that untimately It will need It as much as ga Wo h o
As Mo ths, 500.; stgle oples, Sc. cago, and they atllitely will be car- On some of the keys are mahogany hays several times the present popula- never known one of teto p to
-Advertis lng Rates: vied across on a ferry from Key Weet grove, with trees of great value, and ton. It also occurred to him, in addi- take advice It It were IMb tlh
Leg al ofav, ents, 15 cents a to Havana, making the distance in orhid hunters have found rare varle- tion to the commercial advantages them at the right time, IS 01
e Ss thb ad 10 cents for each six hours. The railway is more than ties of air plants and parasites among that would follow the material de- spirit. The mistake that o ph
,s nt for three, half done, and, as the present termi- them. The seoil and climate are espe- velopment of Cuba, a railway to Key make in talking to boys i at they
ad'Iat special rates, aus at Knight's Key has all the fa.- clally adapted to pineapples, anasas West ould be of supreme strategic lecture them in season d
pom applIcton. 'eilities for handling the tratc,\ Mr. and limes, and several pioneers have Importance to the Government of the cute them with all sorts of tl th notiees Inserted Flagler decided to place the com. already started small plantations now UMited 8tstes, which has assumed the suggestions, and expect mor.
6 nts a e. plete portion In operation and have that the railroad will furnish means responsibility of preserving the. peace them than they would &M a s. If
-8 Clubbiit ea rning the expense of maintenance, of transportation to market. Hitherto and protecting the foreign population I had any word of couisetl to g e It
--, 6 tabblng lst at least, while the rehatlader of the the inhabitants of the keys have ben and property in that turbulent new re- would be: Don't lecture a boy. Do nt
gua ed the Th eaWeek h. o' eset aIfe
T.) World fe ye...... k.& ack is finished to Key West. Pra entirely dependent upon their own public. nag him. Don't persecute a I
11as sad TU Atlanta (CO.) tically 80 per cent of all the construe sailboats, but their wants are few and has done wrong. Don't lask a
l"Goe Outitatli on e year. 1.75 tion work is done and everything will both Key West and Miami are thriv- These thoughts occupied Mr. 14Flag- if he has failed, perhaps In solm ovr
'nd The Atlants (O a) be ready for through trains to Havana uing cities. ler's mind for several weeks. Then ambitious boyish scheme. De1 e r
d ee Jousnalboe 1 .o s n ght's Key, the present trains he sent for J. R. Parrott, the general him. Don't break his spirit. GIV the
AWThe N*I!Weeky by the opening of the toura season kih' etepeettrl
Wle ye1 ......... s ot winter. of the East Coast railway system, manager of his railway system, and boy a chance. Show him his ltak
Knight's Key, the present terminus has a safe and almost landlocked his right arm in all his Florlds enter- ad then tell him what he sha d do.
WP'W. will set acept ta f ef the Plagler system, is 109 miles hbbor made by the outlying reefs and prises, and directed that surveys be When you crush a boy's splr yo
dt n than S eats. south of Mami, forty-seven miles kes, and a drop channel from the made to determine whether a railway have ruined the boy. Iq all poba
I -north of Key West and 115 miles ocean permits vessels of twenty feet could be built across the keys. Engl- Ity he will blossom tato a firatlss
psa rtvantisa Is to have a "Bri't morth of Havana. The road between draught to come albnpgide a doqk neers were employed with the same dude.-Fraternal Record.
ges. This Ie probably an ofset to Miami and Naight's Key Is built which Mr. FIlagler has constructed prompUtess that characterises all of
o Reesevelt leag In Texa. twwe04tght miles upon the main land 2,010 feet southwest of the key. The his aadertakings, and, after two or labor lost a long-drawnaout ght
of ,lorida and eighty-me miles across railway trains pass over a trestle and three years they made a favorable re- a decision of the supreme crt last
-seems na o suW way of tre'and between forty-two keys. For run alongside steamers which pick port and traced the route that Is now week. It was a case that ats ele
.,. a fled lato a mere Ieqmalt, 'sly one-half of the distance the up their passengers and carry them being followed along the coral forms- back to the Chicaeo ralroad tables
Mee the by lading l mo e silway track asses over the water on to Havana. tion south of th tip end qf Florida of 1898.- The case was that of Will
b-. oncrete arches, whose foundattond Expeyts who have studied the work When Mr. Plagler's plAns beehme am Adair, mastr mechaalo tp
A 00tOk's ppranoe in rut upon the bottom of the se. of construction conside it one of the known there was a gret deal of dis- Louisville and Nashville road, who
haw ea was just about as die- * most remarkable\ pieces of engineer- ceussilon in the daly newspapers and had threatened to discharge an ergas most of his previous a e t te l es nlag of modern tmes. It was beu the profslonal Journals conerning never because he belonged t a labor
ats most of bis previous &9' The first twenty miles of the line erbmsheewndtoal
uns through the Everglades and ot e905, and has since been carried on the fesbility of the project, and some union. This was In eontraventlem of
marsove swamps, where thousands without contracts under the direction e6lonet authorities advised him to un- the Erdman act that prohibited rail arry Thaw now ean see "demea w n of J. C. Meredith, an Iowa man, whodertake the construction of a railway roads engaged in interstate cemm
SA leaa," "bralstorms," and rom the ocean, and the ra Ale WaS was edumtd at the Stat e AgritWr line to Mars or to the moon or to any from discharging employees beae
tus ese ad eboll" at their bus- made by two larg steam dredge that atl College at Ames and afterward took other old place that was beyond the they. belonged to labor unlons. The
," And not a s latte o be had! burrowed thair own channels as they a course In ciol engineering at' M.er- reach of human endeavor. His faith
burrowed le own channels as they Supreme court holds that the lawi
,sa to ywhW d e d one on either side of ens Indtlut: Hoboken, N. J. He then Was not disturbed t the slightest uem utolustice Harla
Tod,- alng on"e on eihrsieo unconstitutional. Justice lHarhm do
It s ha to my whether ute do the right of way, and lifted the th went, ,lto river and harbor work deer. He became even more de- livered the -opinion andgsaid that s
Sbe oaan the eaer the army engineer, isted termined. He sent for Mr. Parrott long a there w no ott
M'alg toee Mr. Bryan out of the trtwhiyavtosuo tera-uder the artay engineers, assisted' to edyndsi*agsthrwsnoctatsaa
Noepnat comes owe from bigs0'th timetfu pn h od.oedy n limit aset the loasm a t
"d ho d smo t an tf sehm Jbed to form an embankment that construct the great bridge over the timee day d sa: limit set to the employm t
lid who do ot want to him now as solid as the arth Itself In Missouri at Kansas City, and was en- Can that road be builtthe man, Congress had no moe right
litd, Wr from his enemles who do tI way two Canals have beeon ult- gaged for a time on harbor improve- "It can." said Mr. Parrott. to pass a law preventing hi b di
meaone on either side of the track through ments and in tiulding docks at Tamp.i- "Then go ahead and build it." charge than it had to pais a law pro The National Bank of North Amer. the verlades. which pre a protest co. Mexico, until Mr. Plagler sent for Those were all the orders Mr. Par- venting him from quitting hIs eMplop.
I a has gone Into the hands of a re tion to the track aid .will serve ano him In 1904 atid placed him tin charge rott ever got. He has been assisted meet It was a rule the court l
i v, which would indicate that therer useful purpe In assisting to of the great work which he has pow in carrying out the novel scheme by that would have to work both ways,
are tl amWding on dangerous drain the man e swamps of soth- nearly accomplished. Nearly all of R. IT. Goff. the general superittead. If there is a contract between the e
5011l60 round In jew York. The ern Florida and make them habitable. M. Meredith's assistants have also eat; J. P. Beckwith, the trac man- ployer and the employee, It mast be
sM Republic property seem At the town of Homestead, twenty- come from the State Agr uforal Col- ger; Third Vice-President J. In- respected by both of them. But 1 s
i boe s those days. eight MI te south lof Miami, the track legs of Iowa, and they include C. B. graham of the Platgler system, and there is no contract, there is mthig
ive the edntlnet of North Amer- Wilson, A. A. Ralney, J. H. Galley and many other able subordinates. By to prevent the employee from g4iig S The temperance people of Duval teaM and starts upon Its way over the Ernest Cotton of Des Molne; C. M. reason of their eergy the track has If he wishes, and similarly there ib mnty have p eited their petition ocean. Seventeen miles south of that Ptaley and John Ptnley of Siout City; not only been construeted In a man- nothing to prevent the ratlroa lyl
ingm a "wet" or "dry" election. The point It reehes Key largo, the tar t E 8. Coe of Washington. 8 F r- nor that challenge the admiration of disecharging him without giving s' Shoals aers will pas pon f the keys, hich Is fifteen ih guson of lurlington. G. E. 1rost of every engineer, bt the work is now reason for the act Justce Harh
pe a n few days and If It is les, and from there Jumps ftom'r (lear lake. C. E. Curtis of Redfeld, more than a year In advance of Mr. said if the right of Congress to passI
M n11 to otalin the required aum-to key by means of malve mason C. D. Wilson of Cherokee and others. Parrott's predictions to Mr. Flagler. such a law were allowed there de S tf signatures the election willhad embankments of cement andcoral Another extraordinary feature of It was so unusual and hazardous be nothing to prevent Congres pge"
ha caled. The campaign ill tw a sok. In crowns the deeper chan- the enterprise is that It has been paid that no contractor would undertake lng a law making. It a crime far tbe
SI .,." .......- nels several drawbridge have ben for by one man. and le hasn't had the Job. In several respects It wu railroads to employ any but amss
Provided to permit of the passage of to borrow a dollar. Yet portions of more dfIeult than the Panama canal. men, and this would be absurd om .ernor Jennins announces vessels. The intervening water be- the track cost $500,000 b mile. The It was not only necessary to bring all the face of it. Justice MoKena sad
he will be aadidate for Na* tweem the forty-two keys varies in I.st Coast railroad of Florida. of the workmn from distant sources of Justlce Holmes dissented trom gti
b Comitteeman from this State width from a few hundred feet to two which it is an extension. is owned ex- supply, but they must be lodged and opinion. Justice McKenna sayng that
at the approaching prImaries. It Is miles or more, and tn depth from a cluuively by Henry M. Flagler of the fed In enormous floating dormitories, the decision of the court was all g. t elty that Mr. Jenntng will have few inches to thirty fet. The ,e. Standard Oil Con~pany, who is count, which were anchored from place to very narrow lines. Justice Hdllgg
"walk over" for this posltior, as bankments are ripriapped with rock to ed as one of the six richest men in .place as the work progressed. Every. satd that the right to make coeieS
*ere are others" who would like to prevent washing,. and are defended b)" the world. lie owns over 700 miles thing they ate and used must be had been stretched to the Batt W w.ve band I the dlstributkm of the plie. and every other do-vice that the of railway, and will soon have 800 brought to them over the water, and the decision and intimated that OCehto Ins a [mocrat should be enlners could invent to protect the miles. He owns steamship lis's and all of the construction materisk ex- gress had the right to legislate as a eelted Pre ident. railway from the attacks ot the water. s,,voe big hotl. asd has about 15.000 cept the coral rock that was dreds'94 to encourage the formation of laber
=- which Is sometimes stirred up into aun uion his ;ay.roll. Including 4.000 out of the bottom of the sea must be unions.
J. P. Patch of Santa Fe. whe has great vilence by th,' frc' of the laborers engaed In the construction transported a long distance.
ben serving the people of his district a ind The track I. thirty-one fet of this remarkable read tress th* The most important and novel con- The recent aesassination of-hIss as a emter of the scboul board since above high water, so that the pas- keys. Its m)tunl&etion will renad out crete work ever attempted is found in Bapp at N-wberry, followed t he the last election, has resigned, and s nqrs in the railway trains may al Mr. Fiagler's plans for th" develop- the viadcts that spa the deeper and l.vnching of Jack Long, who agg ) be Reft. P. H. Wlis, a hell-known cltlsen In the windows ft P'ullman cars in s et of the East Coast of Florida. in more exposd waters of the ocean. arrested on suspicion of hav~e
ad former school teethr of t o eoun. renety and have an opplortunity of whieh he has Splen twety-three years The lonv.of tof hen consists of I0 mitted the foul murder, sad ta1o
- 1t, has bee r eomaweded to e tGov. eeiner hoe the Atlantic Ocean looks of labor and nmre than *l0,5.0e.OO arches, of ifty and sixty foot enters, der at High Springs om Frqday, m eS
uss' as hls staceesor. I'r'ut. iilis in a ael. ~Mr. Rockefeller. his life partner la the and 181 piers, making a total dietanee deeply regretted by tho lawell
e * rommstesa budsiess at CDeveaad. of 10.4485 feet etwen abutments at deple of Alacht e onty. The l
a good man. perfectly comapetstet. Sm of the keys are very small, and afterward in the Standard Otl at the sprtnting line frn lon Key is not advise of the at. T e
sad weald All the positive admirably uet-ly an acre or so of sand that has (7unpany. Oies eneously of his to Orasey Key. The track Is taid. and ed, e o tet s S
bn piled upi by the actiol of the great wealth for eddestieal purpose; the ears will run thirty.ons feet above ~e o b He aga
Frmer Se*ator Chandler has ad water up'n foundations of coral that Mr. ('arnte founds ItbrarTe. but Mr hish water, where the depth varies .he lan.ron apd il o tnd aigag
wigad the stgros to Stae In sending have hee constructed through the Plagser. who has a practtral and ton- from thIrtte to twenty feet. with a ld ~apd if tolel mae gg g
Whistreated delegatlaos to the Repub ages by theme wonderful little insects mental mind. has devoted his ability tide rimaing four mtile an hour kam t a i eal maner. ae bega Natioal eavsstla that can that set us all a guod example la pe- and hl scenes to the material d- the cistreetice of this stadoct 'to t i th -omatder go et be mat pquatd by the adatinistra timers and Industry. On the Atlantlc velpment of a State which was al- barrels of e.ornet wet.* ane 1e put a stor to murder is a
4. tig. Wbda Chandler helped to emust -de they have hard hetaches of clea name as prmttve as a wilderness fee blbe ardoof crushed k lan" "'.:s fo t a 4'
oat Tilden by manipulating the 4ar ~a ite sand t-dered aith grove, of whet he irst cas, to oca e Pads of sand "ko a rime beets e.
hey of thirty-two yers ago he how ,ate, 'emannt tr'-. which grow He. told m last spring that the id** tos of steel retaforwas reds. 41t ,,,"
e d Maut as adept at the Waie s's Is- er ry, In that latitde. On of building a rlreud ahey thet' ifJr-al feet of pil s.ad 3.440.00 f N't I( o APPEJOATlON m ad the goodefs aegro. ta. follow tb- wetoor ski.- the has PJ'4) or tis.nds to Key West and wedia aft dr.ed lumber for arch orta' tED L'ND st $IoIN OVCA
intoa alaugruve *sw"aanthal can| i L.AW t FL IP Aa.
bisad ksef ther Is "aathli in it Out snare swasuse and the tak- thrsh slTIrg a freen Chias1g gto- 6srt wo she s id* of tbha
r of the l.rcer islands ts usually a and Nw Y,,rk to Mavasa tme lto m rnttede of the work ard solidity
Joe Lee, the aegro who bod the duiase mss Of luxuriant tropical vqe t.t mind .*. a~Ye t I9t. when of the rnk ay bed --- of
lucrative o5ee of collector of tute ralt t~tuke These las are adsehabl was w e-llaW ope the possbh' As I hace sat$. the trails tomn *~n.3e mme.
revenue for Florida Io one of the 'utted to trutt cuktte. and Mr riaster ctmewenicf of the Speat-Amteita Wsavid rtmalag thef 14th 4( Ja.- e
ablwt me. of his race in the Inited iatenda Icto 4alae them la the war war and t e tndemate. of Cta anT conn ertig at Rtht's Key with r' -I.
State and as a prllasamtar an ItI ttnre Rxuept I a few scattered Know is the extett1 ry ie tflt S f st~nwrs Aur Havanet ad Mr Ph59le* m
Is cunceeded that he has no sereior patche abe sell has neer teeo dip. that totand. and Its pantht apealty bases to publitsh the thegh srbedeew
in Florida. It he through 1.*, In ta ted hy retuat The gw I- fe r the prd uctke t sep Ie n s 4 via Ksy W est efor be ed of tak,
lueate with the negro rees that the babitaats have made their living to othe twedleal staig be teeag a St* yea me
dasluistrmaoe forces tetrl dele- the IshlIt e and to gberag dee**pmese g w IM..sh .

Vdsrentku. ad to etar theselta the fur the market in RAP WA $A___A holds ab* beat *ee iB the wikh- ef ea best qengas AMSin ____*@ 8 M tbe
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A FATAL TRAGEDY That IBRAt ET TIE NEWS FRO byl t O

AT, HIGH SPRINGS )Our~p wopxrh 7 9I III NATIONAL CAPITAL utltemdr
-w o wodr h m ) N. osuiting o b
t h i n th in N itee a u tO4 '611111
J. T. Chester Shot and4 Killed by a e ohtm wonder )ut wht tM hi'~ oitoiPouotct s t h twoh tthi
read our ad. About th~es te 991I111 btWW 96We~ t" About Pruidentia Ouldidate. hifs path toa ata bwe,1
Step-Brother, W. H. Temple.thtouwudu ntn %v fofig,-smchl
011t' (iwtii -et ei t r f tnto me t of Mr. T'rYam's r"am dtdaq.
N, r t i aid without thif Very ffaddt oadisibb oiio 11
TOWN WAS GREATLY EXCITED A~ti am ,wiling, etc. HOW% I 4"b our U ? '* it stIwAily. _____ ofEL ASe AtGAINST TAF the Din
SideThe Favorite borA Will I1ndeavor to (etatli@ Umbvirs of Co~grua Was V0 .
Bth Men Well Known and Prqminent. min ApetteSctayoftbd.They could mt bieve tha
Tragedy Occurred at Depot Restaw- '{iimre ANN.. an coeen Hier Nomihidnation.cog
M .Wr Ban rvn i ft int on. e wilin to go on vocord as beob
rant, of Which the Murdered Man -_Mr._"an____________ NOW opposed to M rams nuomimatli
Wes the Proprietor, stated that It Was a1111111ed4 the dfad A1111111 DAY akSOCISES.11
From aturay" Dily un: zan cme afer Tmple ith knif. Spows oewe"see %e Dauy 5S& ft wasteefr deie to have te
High Sptring.ys Daie Sene of a n came maqote TMe1 aWith autA agAulmeP sM tthp Washtngton, 4, C., eb, 1.-Co. friendly to Mr. flrme Interview the
Hhok ring s raed aot 9cen of ac thyoe i ay absote no sig asiaht A nip" uio PSet hel Pubm ria arse bas virtually done nothing but members ad see If webh a large 0o theeund o Tm ple 1110erso1g t n. le "b e Ihe Fri ay W a rW the past week which m eans teetlc raly ePisted& *Fe r m iu t W s
Friday morning, as the result of wondonTepl',~, Arbor May. Was duly oh. that Jhe leaders inten to stenipet. about the' "Me', 020e0 thkat aILav
which J. T. Chester lost his life, and'wound lit a bullet thrcOg h11111 b saved by the Oalgaev (iraded a&4~ pas the appropriation bitts and Igo uuber refused to go 06 record. 61d W. H. Temple, his step-brother who hand, upposedly oit-ilk~ll, "t lgbScool, and & M% e 4'rowd at h~e to look after their fomoes It the pql showed that 461Y a U&jorit
5 did the deadly work, lit now behind doafd Manf Whem searched Wha ~ @SU subled Ift the Audlo' to hear the may be of interet. therefore, to I.- of the Democratic Congressmnen repro
the bare of the Alachua county Jill A knife or a pistol about hin Of OR acfet Program Wh~ bad b-mn A- vaesate what Is the preset coadi. motiug the West111 WE Southwes
upon a charge of murder. his p4?r50.harig'a tis and the probable outcome 01 the eOa S1tates WOW* tav 'a to the ammS
Trhe tragedy, occurring in the middle The date of e esnW*Vr ITrYR~IfutcdQIfb sfra 1r1limina" Oeafn 'Mr By This opposi
of the forenoon, and at the door of nT epehn o iedwethe Oth h b"h ted. and in al1 t"i Was Oo oil theMOalnAtIo for preoulen is am- U tie oiaphaslised'atta
theresaurntin he tlnti Cost otbee deidd W@QWtbs114111 the* most Impressive eavrloonles trans.~ glat 1 s Taft againt the fIeld War1e majority o, Demoma th esaratinte tani Catwould take pln before J14915011 Bu- pgIN the anuotm for some wta Tj~t appamy well is tile lead mebmn of consg althusb vo
Line depot at that place, created a Iy atHg pig ibfr ltI swing Tefarte oswligt eqoedpivtlas
great deal of excitement, and almost tason an tbis writyng Tet, Inam~ilh MGM W1111e1rt1dw116lk
:masn in" ciy. bt. IMU j T10 following prepomm was rD. 4"nm@ their own states with the f&1 an any Dmeaie h
before the smoke had cleared away Temple Is 3ww In Jail In S SYl 01ewing Glesatesf with them that atto teld e
from the discharge of the revolver, a hecacsaetaitwlbehl gog a"Hg colKo.-mntai96NwJewshoopseM.ao thye toeI
large crowd congregated. Excitement ;heeacaWta twl e144 am& 14bo Delawareh deo. ftowl.*.. is h fo ap' eano let. inm4 ye
rau high for a time, as the pl'odtrate Tepl rst a easiwar 6. 11a0,1 .... 98 U A tarl be sot Um
bodyof te dad mn la stetchda31411111,110. inTml asA aiyI O ".A's T"--Julla Pat. ztxe Vrk ............ W0e10 11b"m
boy o h ed m n ly sr tch o posiwle vauder the Coe m ta s -_ 111 l b .... ....... 64 ia Who Ioul Suite Ih
upon the floor in a pool of his own Thos, about the JIM state10 that he is' %U irk.of.d
life blood, and the slayer stood bleed- taigmatr mie hthet tatimn "An ArWo Day ree"- vA-r s-Inianas.........., 30 party to New Terwt~Gs
ing from the effects of a self-inflicted tain mto r scs the unthatbe aM ...... -1 toie C11ampan it wh by
ruse o dscss hovaiorusae t- obs Iwo. a1 Stat bpritedeI bullet wound and knife wounds, al- fair to any form. 1 TOW ..................... iis$ been islected by Wu. to ma11111111
leged to have been Inflicted by the 4_______"__Uo______R mplm Itb I It ie, 1
*dead m an. T H K N w i n m T L M o f s r -As there are W Id om ps tes to at to a w te1. sofw for is m a ed t
*Mr. Chester as the proprietor of THEm a Natona FROMU ol wAill ME ,etn is "TheA tse of T"rees"d Ne
the railroad rvt-tau rant at High t A Tmlro Uwt9 for a sajatty and the ant* ~t oOI h S 0NwYr
Springs. Runiors are conflicting. but Hev eoet~ "" IM V1edmie4k lAOG Rivers Ruth MeO Tt manage Will sed all mor to humure W46eess. no else h
It was reported here that Chester and p1 ~ t r~ woad JgeJhom !~h~ oils than thoe of the S1tates abovq NWc th'at Mr.ha q bo eet
Temple formerly owned the business Santa fe, 1114b. 7.-The deat of Shortliaers OR Nltoroo-AW fi uano lq RO te oome oiba~ 04 Ilk thatl S111tatel by a 40IY larg I~
as partners. Recently Chester pur- Mrts. Nancy Wi1lis% whch o801ur11ed At Keoltst. "The Apple TtW, of AnPlt. n~dli"e Meity at eah fora election I
chased the Interet (,r Temple, and It the homes of S. T. Duromne nea L& tf .41 pattin 9bCtrLSWUftes aoiewsw eif~ POOe htM Chamber
is; understood that the altercation was Crouse. on the morning of the Ith, at Hartfor4c" Nat W11te. sThe CeW an ome or &0 dols"", IfUthe prsn0eu0atovru
brought about III an effort to effect a removes ooe of the OW ld ypros~Ga a on ~ee; Th0 a" utif bet ther Is wehin 4$V shall be mcifuated be TWOs lresld
settlement of financial differences be- this cahuumIty a&d probably, the OW4 Mofest Jr., "The f resof 0011,jCeltl.fWg* o m w119bl*W 11 blt
tween the men. IThose coming from edtoI the aon ity. '111111 Willis d id M W He y riiii s. Lbea. beamuse Mo. has shon hise b Ptyt
High Springs reported that Temple, not know. bor.dee MW her relUTve Sotttlo -nho P Tme"-M# hej maser of tU. zwo m WA thielaa than Mr. VUMpo has PMee
on Monday afternioor. witit to Chee- here cain her to be 100 YOM el1d. aell Durkhim, Mabl tMOODS. is est"d with having *AeWs. 00v- hom to be"tAr 11a"Of h1i1 Po44e
ter's place of but~ieas for the purpose or ar that She leave Ofe 469b SonW "As Arbor 00l Tre"-'4fHish WSWe Hughes to anune blaill S UNAsaems t the Doem pa"Mo
of making a st-ttlrnient. Evidently tar. Mr's. L~ Varna"oe who Is narvl 901h100l (1horu a ead"lt so as to p"eVeat pfiggi. hisl OMl 910114, M111iinge 11111 11000
this was tinsatis actor.%. it, Temple Me sevontytfive years old. 400d seWSI bt Repeevet freM omtuw~g am so asuted tat sths is low
turned Tuesday morning, %hen the grand and gretuncw re. as A 016APPOINTI jCROWD. delkgat~fg e ok h~e efS~It~ tSeprytee
trouble occurred died at the home of~ gasda bae Cres amat" h es. -5ei oDmutem hro
From the bes~t in! rwatiin obtain- tel'. Grandma WOWI husband 6ie Maesy Camn frau Oeu0y 00 Meer gt &Me his ewnSte VAN Ifb SAt S1011- a"dhu b"e* "Iffb*1
able from the scoue. it appears tha some twenty years as& He Was aid ssmf beeens Don' make. IeM abhpet sbed. -u---e jede the LMW'S Mue of ofe S1a1e LA
Temple suddenly cltft- C. (hester. to be 1l4iee@'s O Vbf 110 40& lso maew of soe viiiiiiihes~*m IMW% 111411 as oms PIs"m
drew his plittol. awlu lwga.n firing, the The famr6e0ls ih sl e SOU~ dim M016e Wiheli t OhprstSa sW d
contents of all ti%*- chiant.. ru of the cars loaded with 600111 frm this ftoSISTWd? It he ra is am. po w t W10 so~r "on temsbe 56b
gun being dischargie-d ~ieof the pleco this week. There will boee 60 k5 Wa mi UM 00911t 00 meowac is P~rp of powes, anrwodnt eb obullets missed its tuark and pierced seve01 hundred bales ef tho IMW e00 UVp whe was dowo -so the PoI' e *u o t ai Ik* o
Tepls an, iu-ugittobee sipedhe hi hea we i i uS fth" vi*amern' Ilts tor antN"dhtn.S nsehetsi Twt. fto I skup me iss"u"
I~lpd hiped rai alllowWbf ItIst" ddeem 9 1t lout Fet,
&ely. lie wa.u al ,, tIl..ding from all shipped. sew aMo how"g~~de.e htesso, ~ ~ ~ ls~n Me e d gi u @ S Yii
atknife wounds jille.-I to ha'.. town S the Price is ,er, 6 P44WA a kaeh ry. ?WS" UU
e b (hete. Aii Ii~ciinedSanta Ire ioSOW e too bo called me W sa.MirW. L. Tfloi IS tI I *MwMgg OUFM~
broached Ttin; 1. '. ncnOf the XI01 doteolM mn.tOq e~i r yW nS* r~d








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AND DRAG


"I .va~ to~l wo~cV Wrtes is. 8.~Iahjoy the occasion of the hour.
vention At 5LuuSae oweUo'hlipe.OUn irmp1 . Curry took from tWe person kb abbmt
AD CtITESW4O~3 7~*suferd, or yetsevw aont. Smeime ~of Lauba Pearson, colored. a Smit cend e
ANDl COTeTN .01~ sfo 2a srth Wesson pistol, and Judge Drumnmond beui
w~ud-b UIQU f~ Uat steth. ftd im hesum of one hundred dol. uhfW
is the Result-The ao Wo did not tanw yh c'Qw stop the paln ladand coati. After conversing with kv
* Hopeleuuly loo 1114'o A0"f entirely, ,bid W 6e f C ufd I advise all som. friends 'he promptly paid the re- ~ ar be
tie,, an d4MNRWFl. women suffering with pinu pe*ods to use Cau- ther *4 **.1
Sdui and be rele d, Dr. H. M. Owens sold his grocery otbevvees tha
,store to A. W. mith. The Doctor be608a I~~hb t daoes this by regulating the furzlofls and hs atwo-story building under coni- libedo
thewo 9669ruction.s When completed he Will pos"t
UNWWI 74tdft 40 be"Oo tonir4 up 51l the Irntemfll Thiil* Organs to health. again be In the Miercantile busaIuess. *TiJso
t@m d er one f to 006 f It Is i pure, specificaj'llable, fen~ereey wit Miss Chasteen Sanders of Jtnings ~A "00W~
;"to the Natbi lkyt0 ad~ Wei Lafdy tke to visiting friends here this If G. MASO.~
It to said ZWIW wu*uM wu eod f7 ersO W A week guest of her uncle, 0. N.79
~' .xi~ags014omtd yegse 0a a itjilF anders, and the Misses Browning. LLFB VO..
owlYa oriPPofwo 8A"andw W~ y" The railroad superintendent and hig In &be Cfrcull ort i
tn other Souatha 11stt e pw by tieda-elinoter.im~I W corps are here looking after th# in-* Alsoba. (= :M# VI -~
te despetate dort Wobt %Me by .W yntyu ~ t terest of the railroad beyond the Su- fo DivYoe.
4*,i ~~~~Wh not youosve 3Tblesi et". annee river. Capt. W. E. Ilel1I s hit fileins h y boffll
me"tr'I n fte Natlama otvestita .oiated with them and it to useless Bl'ktede
ftld, by 111m I resident of the Usee
TOe 6"uV11110011 hold Oeyo7 will in 413"AU p i to say the prospeting will be p)rofit- been &ben% for moWe
sov'wP In U5fwVmas 0 h.ms able, as well as pleasant. poewslzu heslof t
vst~be ve hld y ay Itcu .Mr. Robertson, Dutton & Co's. rep-' eclwP.t be Made UM. th
It wa elytoiiir esn he State of Xt-~ j~ti. t ~Mtealy tw ~R 1 A R *3resentative, purchased today forty-six ns whoo would himdae
MN tthe same UM IS 1114 91110W N bales of cotton, prices arratiging fromthtak edadtnaSe
7WiL j U progrow at 1bu051MWa being by re. I II 2 to 23O tobi
______________________________ A Baby sad day of arch. A ~ 11 MS
fr*A'.lk A ah* 4*b allegations of said oIhwil 14
and~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~ Baby _______________________________ ferned by said defesdflI.'1
It In further 06 ~
"M _0 I I r boa a" Aso, de Af aft" A6 ad& mn Aawdi MISAL m.&am hould be sunuaidne in the house, and 114be oeqee 0 W to
wll be if you give It White's Cream WSI
00ot~lilo t" poealift M iopabibed i to m oovu* adI4
~'Vermifuge, the bes( worm medicine 114Jane NO.
; U"e the U refulr, ad $00699M ~ Ps' M e TRAM MELL uffered to suffering human ity. This A tre 9*yO
Ns Vutk "IC6 NEed ALbeomn the permanent III W
ow~m and stiong 1411111011e Siu, of all households. A mother
simtede emplisbeilly Wideu Wll. For Al I~i T R E 9E RA with children can't get along without CERTIFICATE Or' AUTRD)BTT
H. Taft fo t" P.sw. ="m a bot~le, of White's Cream Vermnifuge .u.
in the house. Sold by W. If. Johnson. TaususT Da'AnvusMT, Oa
other sides Indstaete. TKOLLU5 Of 2u98 OvA auv.W
eft the otherf ie of tA upl awTo wCie4o hedh fkn iussan dfo y Cud' Stand the Night Rider& Where&s. bystsstsevdses~
604011t46 oOSV9te ka,~ w Cos W" ho tSltU to announce that own aspilitIus. and not as the pro. Nashville, Tenn., Feb. 6. -W. 19. to the utd& s bao bes m d
'~. emtve aim ~sj ~WMl be a Goadisats bet" the com*- jet osay facton or Political con-l. of6rdna o~gmr oly -9n fola
-0-011-101msrsi primary for 12o1111111- tI11~ny 12 our State. Friends both Teuneseo, has sold his live hundreds o hetd s lies 6urd1 be od
~a ~ *sae beo$ gives pge1ve tlif dw 0b0e" of AttlornerGenerul political amd personal aft cherished acre farm and will remove 'to Some with bfore s aietio all 4
~ .p&w ~ fth lese Poli.Insaaa~ by We hot I esee their advice and other state. Mr albau~rd Now thereto#* I. WitlinLA ULs
tof for tho Impattbst oi1f. I Wish emLY44 neither partissalem nor conulderbale loss during the Vast Year tuo1110f Of teow ~d
b~sL htt she 9rm I Dsk
lie sme the etlams of off Stt that X ipf ba controlled, nor shall at the hands of the light riders land In SLe Towse oVAN 1Ie I9 ft Is NY 1111111 116 111" them 12 800ntl me In peirformano. of public It io for this reason that he baa di. ch' 66 Sat o ti lle I ht Gbllarve the dutie trst. my only Master' Wall be duty posed of his farm. Last week his t. .omm emeto th oe n~em od ea Ctl~ thWWO in acordance to the Comimonwealth NA th d baco barn was burned and last Au- Se the
VMt the low. *it hapertilly, sand vAscemest at the Filbn. Mod. I ,8 gus his plant bfds anld general mer In 4eattmoSP u be. witem WNWbe sa for favo. geo" as #6v@.met that $hal be ohandise store Were burned, "Ma of Oakse tb second I
___ Comptroller ofth
Aeewlsiglag a life4Ime debt of UM 0110011M6 84a the people tila hat toDWhnBlws aiffituis,10 I will fay that thre1gh the dh"f he baplf An most Cotn AXI WhatC toDOhFBiiu APPULCAIIOP 15 34
wd..of tje datma of ua Cog. 1Msf to the lanld where eqW uajifl The right thing to do when you D= utsuo SoX I ora
y, I hI s v thno e 11111 uh0mlou s n e 11111omm unto avryma nd to @ver feel bilious Is to takte a dose of Chmea t-5 LAWS Or' FUOIA.
L5I&MA t~ism humble I~tail &ad a" far as wjtIn ybinilnID' Stowach and Liver Tablet. NOM"e Is Ie1-ve S
OWIhae caftatly strves to tow ~wW I would miake ourq U Ideal 11110 Will cleanse the stomachb and da=d the a%~ der 'A In and 000mrve the interest of all SOVlS'05L As AttornoY-Geousl I ragulatthlvean bols Try ba lad Meeiat
IL Prim, 5 cents. samples free at musAShA
iirs With high regard tar All would- hew to the line and would gomfngemeI k.w
.;. .to sawbtralag cosrar vIlews, I UNAd alously against cay Infrine.WAAr*.
hbe always ouroiaed my vote ad mests, either by omission or comune tooges"e. as I conceived it. for the simn of the rghts of the people ase ven Sam Is"II (F(
hee at teest of the whole people. to the by our .cosseutuoo an "liI LVIUU I~ ~ ~ erea hNh
1 '1111 s Clsim to sumerir and In tory law. My dolilitay Is this WAidrtak- Slot ftrumI" A I&IS








H~W A XAM .....!.M IIm... s A 0
W&A~ a z~am~u ~ -~ han *J wriu for W uf U l
At.ruleMksYs mIlb tv~anmd begai VPork tht first E m uI~ AU 1

aatmstWO vote pat isajorit1. kuow of thewa lerfti Rev. M X E 11L3 Ne~wmni ofcu
"Ming~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 40d wmjr~y ue yD Nashvt, Tetn.. are '~igthll friendez
R)lout, the great kia he,. this WOWk R"e.1e'i a
Saiiatot James P. Tallaferto UaS m. y livrutw im! u pastor of the I'e ~ii church
eured the pana 0# & bill making an bo ~''Yhr. six ytra ag.adhis fri cits and
appropriation of SWho for a fish ow. it isKgra : evapto esom'bi\I hliA ug bil
tur statlon In th 9t josre. 1J niclent ceinip u o tis itim "we. He elltui t% let
diwaovedaftcr AN&unay "John Seeley." the veteran fire of wint~ r''s"u' Dr. &&d Mrs M. 11L lePass are roo.
horse of *Jackuonville, dropped dead kiwlnn diey am Mlohz over the arrIV24 Of a little lady
after a run Monday Morning. He bas 'k.iler si1'Cc1Ohtit, autt Is uqweklll At their homne on Janow ut been in active service for eleven ,ucclvzful in pouiptl vcaingtave back Mms Joel Tucker of Li'., Oaik is years. uic acili, catarrh of the bltadder ati. h.ll~n b~ ps t6Mlko Mrs. C
l~ihsI)isez*, wizic% is Uae WON W. ftsk bLht
J. D). FPripk. recently convicted of ior. (if mrswan mis ntie Mrs. pFrd Cubbart ad i~mighter
*flbezziing 'several thousand dollars ~)!~~)klfor everytbiugbut if yru liav- of Osisj' Key aw. spe~fg tim week Wrnk the Seaboard Air Lime railway IMUY liver cr balai~rtrtbet ila while aaent at Plant City, has bo toum just th renx., it Mr. ais. HAd 1160 1.a
setece t iv yar n heeo bct ten temecd in so iuany ways. in boilpita) The" de' i ~t
sentenced ~ ~ ~ or tfveyasIthcoit al.i in~ -Fiv pretie.. and INN estetalmet and supp last night
Camps. -mK so sucemful lu every cthet 6 s the Ma@oU& Hotel Vhlh was well
M ilo MI. A ndrew s of Nig B ayou ba ~ a ran m, &,I r a crcit bairn 1 r w b ail SobL.--d e r f
cotton crop In full blossom and in riot avr-Ady vIi it.ma have a sa .icne0t Inn w" reallsed hr the Mans.
sonle Instances half-open boil These rxttya s.nt (rev by hiualso a book WI The may friends at 4. WaddoU OC
blos0A8uo1s are Perfectly developed. He ug nKwe abvmt SWeaOU 3 Sf1hw rflS la Oknwtat Oef
reors ha Ie~4Mdout if you hav0L kdy or blad4wsr ITe his
reor.;thtthe reetcold did so Ule -Ahe vnt inr~nt timn was a mcess Nd that the doe- wd
hIIIure anythfng at his place. sgeieroisuferia prwl eand y hpe mon to have WO well 401i.
kddress to Dr. Wittier Mrs. C. W. ftahuighi entertained
Through cars are now running on.4' Co., lingiminton. bl ana Tuesday with an elegant d aan
the Florida East Coast railway rr \ Y. The regulara ftdinbg, those present being Mr. anC 4M __A~ I
Jacks~onville to Knight's Key. The fQtre tte see.C .Wod is .Ob~n e.brit) o%*er the viaducts Is made In t old buy all gpotl druftZs Don't sahe ad Mrs. H. H. NewM anaid MrM L ARSN W L NIMEbIT CQ
day tinie, so that all passengers my -1l 4itae IJt U Amraelev
waa-ot ) elowe's $a P ROo44 SOL noose and W"Grcelev have the pleasure of seing the tadtia adres bmba, Y .. ets tramaoatndhefi
waters. -vor bottle. ow a Visit relatives.

exhibititin a oweet potato weighing Towtodp Mpesli W 2J Mit. w ay* M es 0 atw Ora"e
eighteen pounds. He grew thi In a ma" wVan regurd. em fsgrbriidal trip. an es.ted hee
'I ompot inainly of wire grass. tIs- hatuay to visit Mr. IL Maddox. mrs
stead of burinlg over his p__ CkIphey Vag iVwwd by a dlertnbes Jernga will be pleseaty rembuh he mows the coarser grasses pad uses Ire la" Tueay. whels Feel Nbiso as PsNine Maddox. who han them to ervate humus. smra 8 tot ally *eta*e at a VisitdbanSeverl __-1M. W I mieu* of [argo ba an aw loss ssed at $4.000. The MIAt Sp1hp euiIerdlr4 tthe In cant, from which he made 1.188 gal*.~ t"M4 was It good -Wte Pf~s"" NateMel Pure Peed sia Drug Low.A t cailImi o.
bes of thick cane .a rup, saying "0 16" th Wel* 90U0 Of that Aow Wei wele Sesebw eto. 00I Um
stalks fLr spot. M~r. tV~tner state *=o tbg eampet'sly wiped Out- ft~ Moe vA forl coughs 1a101d wspm ".d tra .........
thatt i t S himi 1. cents at gallon to $ dom a" lng tmoVwIs not a~- meV no mes ..................... &&%**so
produce t the Lrup. and figures tb~ It Is esthoated that It willtal ad% h National F ft ood ad 1YisO W mol NOb 1supues aYn"...... 18%W100
11he acre tietted himi over $500. 1" urimaf to ca the Drug law as It oastalaes o opiaw W 4% vowig ON* Dp* ................... .. PIwom
it abou Win~ss~ to mv~at. nd tha s b h fi drugs md we reoa*
Iisreiurt ii that owing to O &bo Wa*,~ to~ h e d Oa 1114 It as a saf mindy fomr A& Ji" f ..............
lack of work in the factories In Key lb IM TO abWu &4 and aft&-4. W. U00ollam
West, there lK nich detaitituton along f" 00
The poorer classes The matter ha" kg a poembnty; ther Is so see.
am "in sre *a eriimss" am I No seww, ft. ?.a iteb We &W~m k"P 0 ~ d m nu MW mu h On u
been referred to (ho c~ty council and Sm--aA htem s~h s M eudlmh uos
county 'ommnisuiioneors with the M ei pndds 01 he ae 0-n ---i l -t 6W
quest that they rendo-r irnniediate aiJ& Mo10ube. young 1111110.d i ,* S su s s~
ftwies theef you sesf VA to Ihel Ag fhelwmsP *U 40 M P
Live Oak was again 'idled 1y a UftV* w 1110 "e ol016 11004d but 60 *Ase NO 111111411 dbe hobo
serious conflagration, the moa OW. d AS s&W navY ?Sid wkMan 6ea O W WSke M wuae mdW o m -ytructire that has occurred for severn lpl e AUs eis fosd saw o IN" 16 ~ boo so 01lo
&I years. Sunday morning Aire Moebs 11111wSV 406"i amnd WNWsse t 011111at 2W 41" P10 111 41
out In the store of S. Ingram. Yvw keve yrans )A the SIsM euvit t00 UIAiW SWO 4@ 111MI1 b' t op W h~T II ninuJ D
stocks of goods weT.' destroyed be- O11111s.I NO f"0111 tese04s pn 'Sld~S. tht b @VV~ VG c glliUe Ti110 atiuual l
sides the brick buildings In whichk they d"P eVer Nmowedl Vf is p to b"W L *Af we m~a -of
were located. be am"t tsr ti wim am* news5. 9O~ h ii'
At the regular meetings of the board
09 cousty commigsiouerki of DUVel Tb bu
county the prohibitlinlrt" presentedoed1mi petash 4C St way udi s&ea C A W R IAP* II.
their petition calling for a "set" or k yn I ewww Ted "dry" election Ini that county. The w il dyin 6nafwhus ~ Id
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