The Gainesville sun

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The Gainesville sun
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Gainesville sun
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
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Gainesville Fla
H.H. McCreary
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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )


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Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).

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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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_______Published Twice aWeek--Monday and Thursday


bOZA 'S EN FGHTWANTS R:7EIVCF: D~oMISSw. T E D IL RH ::iiVr.4: vo.::'iiit.M,:ta JACK THE -RIPPER

1. .. ^ti~ Fraudulent v~ytrei
CHINESE BANDITS 'Is w"~ 13ja~un AT TAL1AASEEdciei. Ki.,a tu.rDDA IInT M
1.6. -,1UtL 4 dist ite it istert I I. hr r we-, r, pva t., pit APPEARS INI GOTHA
110libe u li 11.14 on the- ruetirngu Afte.r nwti, -iiq
Iharpehooter Force Japan... ~ .....'00.11l) .ooUse& Bills Coming in at So Very Lively wono off* red. i i~ttyM seiu udwo ua
chiir- u .x anI Ujtll t RA o ev. English 1'rema-ho' 1I
Cavalry To Retreat. ft au4. I~i Lit, k. hIt sernlitfl tintivd uluilit, pet~jo''e %, Ili R No, w York Hotel.
td Sk ,- ..- 1- It in) &u'J otil The'presidiest at Ili t ,
rule to lo.(O 1114, 6)'~v~~iiLALACMUA CO. IN THE HOUSE Imile srnon an noierod I t it R et v I 1;1
U11WIS RECEIVED BY JAPANESE Wbe he PtoPV.I ut iaifra t iiiiwudpersthntruoifSH WA SAO0T DI
been attac~avd lit ti.. II.,itst of crvdi The Insanity Bill to be Repealed- A welcome'. Ties Revy. llernitg did tol From Reports Theres Stes To Be Very tor oftLhe kPIovIi.4"l(' I Ve~t'114-1n bU Measure to Regulate the Ernst Coast the pleatsur, of il. PO~lc Baffled at 11rsjedyv and TOe

Lie Fitin S i on Ret h rn rcau. In aiguid nt. le lit- .peto, th Railroaed Rates-The Brown-Baskin 'rike. conventionl was next honored Are Looking for a Person Similar
asBoh ids ny eprtVon acu ad btgui tao thed piritArt o.~ CaeNtYt5 .witih an address of weletime' by Re, J. Orle Who Teiturited Wu~ite Chape
p r ac s had bt i a hd wte t hu t d l a e tYt o M i),as (in behalf of the d en n a a iI t o o v o ~ r A o
E nga gem enta pr c s f i % L i a w t a hearing T allahase e. F l.. A pril 7 --I i 0 "' t o s o the city. R ev lDes r f n D iat ic o L n'fltdi ii A o
W'. Petersburg. April S.-'rh efforLk Counsel added It't,~ Francis as at* i~enate Thurnday a bill *a- iitriltio'sd Iline add ress tit suilh *if easy andi ce'r Nuw lilik,A~ A, t lhIii A o oa@& Kharkevitch to a dispatch toLl rvst for his conun, ci.,ul with the Storvy by Senator Crl o miMtis-da la~crucj l h.msegr )o-tcry rc et~lmi it:,. it itc
gmesi staff dated today saYs: Coeto iopn au hrfr huet( the- e~mee' i on Itiie decided it) lee-i I hi' Wiillorr wh Ieit I It- %% Ii
"Yesterday our sharpshooters fore Di b'inltitii tereeleabt Scott A bill i re'weal the h~. e~e i tsnsil Chal- disitriet lt l.-m-0'ec llbar% ai.r inttdnued against Fraul thm hlnhr*kn(antsfl~
ad t i a iese a al to re ir f.u C. Niarri i and W it. k t. L lm ot'r, % hu prissem t law m aking lacur tile in ta i ty (Il ti-half of the so ole tes (if the e 1'l 7 ter l vilit In ilt' hi'lN5(ltlfli Ul tce "Onhei o o uu e.c ts o werr at'C Lbe head of thea Inv stm nt gr un for diore. quIt e a ar ill weleccme, was give n th biflit fla i t i s Thfi 11 e-tcth treet h

"On*t e mo n of our ~ 4ea h en s o a r'iv bureau a" d who were' no lujit-Yt. Senator Crill: A bill i 1-eoeursue' con)e-t111-wll IIy Rev. J.ta gt. (# t it Ac a IIII t I tlaul.
whoonthadmrfronof Apil 4 tCTb. thes Florida East Coast Rai Iway ti ron- Ol 1wholf is the' whit*' Iaptist S: I e li-il1 In it hI~f.,lu1tul a fe W hillS
Isatua, engaged the enemy wh adfon usie 111 1 t, sallohitic
9,000 Chinee bandits with them. Ij Cotwsetl r J. Hector MoNeal on strcat its Iline out southuarel to) Ke ehulreh. R~ev. S It. Rogeris. piroo-nlbl A liacti ofci the hit clull A hellnth have noa received a report of tWe re-! posed the granting of the petitionl Wesit. The purpiee of the hill if to of ihe. litcreca lasitipt 'Sle-r ('001114" 1, jitt midie r arr* Mt aellimlbae
utits of the battle" saying that *Franels a-ied on t fix the rtee of the hnod so I hey titlc. .%j1.IIclr4Il a very icijal wfoiioome' 1 to *c~i. ta i i.w~nn on
mots oft eba tle. fraud ulent boltin es through the m ail. be iaterfred w ith ex eept ty a t ifthe fi l i te..~ e c r l'A .li fillc % a It li *( 3sh e s i
Toklo. April 7--3 p. m.-The main together with IAtuimtr and Uarris Leglelature. This bill will lie wattilee-d l'r.eaiei Sale tif the At laoita Kaptit itcii elivc l ice she hwase
loe.ofth Ruman wic ws eand that in the Inte rest of the credi with Interest. 1beesuse if It becaclt a Colleget. we$ itcttiuitlerdI He111i uacl 1111 14iatliii Ilv4141 14l thato rholwe i $el dfate R sin s t hnihboarhoo tors of the Provdet investment, bua low It would take the power eit tilt he few vry iualilt- eR teitigthatii r ileall
at Chinchiatun, bas deoviated towardit reati, the property should be held by Railroad Commissiones hateiueo it rediie- kieV 1 It I i IAe, 1, M. 1) Iei a few T11 11iti1atei 11i611.,1 eo11ie ws e
Ubinuiencheng. ~ ~ r ant ato ths~ he r~eiver. The counsel said heo rates u~a the Florida Fast Coatit 'eah escnldSclie ~ ~ inte lt
nmted along the Feuightta road. On did not ptoie)P4 to let the assets get Way. add rio tit~ eelooe~ietl. toofl II~l~i# c.ii li. o, uitil voa a ioerii lu4
the evening of April 6 neo Russiaut. into the batedh of the promoters. wholte Hills we're intrccdused aa fcile: To ecieli I-TV.r t he-g 11441v e'IIy the preoi- kit.r 'ugh it ler % i lu'I thi e Iti' se were to be seen ccoit~h of H-sinltua. ti it "would dih~Appear." give thei Tampca fair $16fiti alimiilly deoi, aiti the Iiieelietnecfi was preo. iia i, 1 ii1 accfeeiot. atil % mach the' a
miles north of Chinchiatun. *to equalisti lases; teo olb tias S-tatr, bioeied by Itev Eliel. t1114l, A114 icc "'a It d na tu t beltn
A small force of Ruessians Is occu NONUNIONISTS ARE ATTACKED. county and mulnicipal tiltive-rs, teemt *I'luir-di, 2."k) III" voeiveritilin aguit toe 10111
Wa1g Tallsyo, 26 miles eist, Of Wl. sherifl.i. who shall accept f reesi lssvs ;asioniilcd itev.teemi we-re celteduoierd Tho vhcercee~u-r %if tIna' tin1t 1A1 f ilml
yuanpaomen. Plant Which Em~ployfes Them Destroy. to ite'd time for eoompletimi tit lor. andi a nuanteer itl l ttsigmehod visitors to tlit t flindee of i tes cnvtiri of te
Ied by Flames. Ida Coast licue Canal ; city b-arter foir 00ere tsctreI4ledc III lie' Volechventiont IA 110 it '. 1ACIA hel 141 iPOur
TRY TO SMOTHER AGITATION. Chicago. April "s.-Fit4!oiig by only Lake Butler. 1r11011 111611 aufrltasc~teesmd i, ca rec rr'-l ot )II ae
_____a few hours a tlcierto at iick by union poll, th he'vrrs Warn vitle the wecrimmadesa
Prici Authorities Use Drastic Meac, p!icktti irn two, e-uijyt f ith1ie Art Friday's Proceedings tineutili re-Imert tic the snotatict ofl $16. lIf""' a e'hlc atiwara III toldi hi
urea Ine Many Russan Cities. I Be.'heasi cop) 11# 1141 of tha Talsilaeee April 7 -The Setiate wall I' afut'.iifitee'wsa~t ~h .bts~i htst'hdlf
St .Petersburg, April h ---Chief oi _%oucti-n at Thirt P-licnth Place and not in session tocday The I-it li pi ed lid. I'li tu this writing ice. c,..nve'nstlccn abiIce lIiit r11tatw ieeW salle waI
of the chief of police to smother tho 1 ocleve~l street. hans bern ralagvoil by a short and uneuuentfil se-salon slid ad. speonfl1 a better 5.1cc-ct &lcim i lic I tII IIli t 11 1ce111 kl'Rcaetitohwo"
bo~a gtto as led the-m even fie catising a limba ustitated at $Ii Jore at nontil Mon~day at 41 pro-flus 10006in :ll- %% lit is nt liueiyte s~
to Invade the cemeteriu-s in theii W.p Theo, presde'nt's message was lisieened ws[.idta ri i by~
search for evidence of treal-on. For four week. a strike has been &eatlor NeCriosry )ee'sterday, Inter- to wih i so nlro his t-),* hall kitcn bladriel by a blow
it has become the Iiaiseo of s$to- so~ at the plault, and noncunion work, soded the' bill sandeseg rulstitin law* It 11. Ho% sitm. Reporter..
dents to place on the braves of the, Men frequently have been0 harassed ons divorce In that the time it, wich a O EETE ETSI N
lomrade. who werp active or wine by picketv. deean* pro eetntfe0so its snn frsecidit COLORED BAPTIST CONVELNT INSVNT NDETSION DA
oeteried In the cause of freedom we Th e blaze' startled wihth a series tii ~*eano he grantied onely after ex pore. ItceegSsio rd-Adse Core bee-Spine I Mentinglitis Is Raging I
each bound with ribbons on which pok exlsin I h bila oopment. too of a period of twelve mouth% fec t)Irsin g Il o Frday Rodesse. Now York-Now Treatment.
Ittlcal sentiments are inscribed. The Tbe first bise-t htirlo-d thte watchman, the time of the, peshlishod notte. 'Ilit by Po.1sltanRe.ogr.New Itiiiui. April I klevuots
g~~~11"I --o-- It-.. -1uera visitsll 1. 1erg ___1ay an.MthwOi

T~,' I AW*i 0 r


-Trill a battle orocommongleas W"t"all
water and let It utaud tweuty~four boors;
ftihteent Bills in the Baste a"d asedi tnorue Kay Dubs in Valuable Property
ling indicamesan N
Thrf inthe OM nhealthy con- Eftin ad Almost Daily.C A0
dition of t he kI Wo nasaiCide
pays; if it stai' ________________COUNTED AS1 A DAY'S WORK oulIne "i: THE DENHAM HOME IS SOLD
evidnceof kidMuch Work Blefore the Legislature. DeT trouble; too Was Purchased by Major W. R~. Thomn- Tb~ i d YouH V
bThe Senate Staa'dlng Committees toeq=eit or a, h Sold His Prpryto W. L.'
Appointed Senater McCreary Is aMill-Other Deals Are Being Con-! l a s B u
Obaenmmea alsoo Convincing proof that til bk i s AlaIB u h
barnofThat on Appropriations and badder are ot of order. summated. But Not Yet Culminated. Agetak ev NeuaionforAs-~
WuwlM" I*asli, BUD: ApiT-Te hIere is comfr in th k noltg A Ia esat cotne to coBemandthe
_7 Mhae. Fla.. ciit6 t e.oh expressed. that Dr. Kiltner's most important part In Giainesfsledeaeei
Ehi M$uimitts veto ameod todaySaDRc. h re kidney remedy, history, and within the post few days
ird hwork I mrwishta curing rheumatism,
EZPisIs qzw wdta okwl s*~ Pugaintin k, kineys. 1iver, bladder Peveret deals of i-n portance have. been ......I v
~~mIn both bruses ol she Legis. spA owary utof the urinary consummated.
'"mybill wil bepresistd I&inp d I ""No lot passing it, or a deals were the puarchaoe by W. L. Hill I Vw~r~ o)uea.O
Sam us ofliquor, wine or ofteeegn o of W. R.Thomas,
baves W deda tio is bo adrEm~ e that unpleasant tie- NOlsieCO IC
flememWedsmsar sd ture to of beig compelled to go often East Church strtott. corner North Oak
moo"e ese day. &"USin time day, and to get up many avenue. and the w *boquent porehase
Se~m~aW s..idipg tiviss during the ,h.ah mild an by Major Thomas of the beautiful and Vah~WR fR
Ogawa textraordi nary effect of 6S01dsrblmputd eiec
Til ~gqAPSU 5'"s-. umhmgge n ioon reaized. it Stands the h=gh ost difby itte rsdne
th.Me~m~I~h~e~theemfor L'its weaidil care of the mos 44.- reted a few years Sao by. Captain
J.IuS~-V Ue aris cai-trealluges ca.if you need a medicine W. B. DembamD East Church street.0
W a Hars@hl-you should have the best. Sold by drgB properties or@ among the most I
now;. Ir. WssOaq Gilles. W. A. kists in tifty-meitt and one-dollar sii rn-u oteciy eigstutdi
.L. WOW*a, L. 0. unasy You may have a DAMPle battle aed ia beith tybinsiatdn
bookthattell allone or the Most delightful residence 91 eey asx*~ lxout It, botheSent free sections, A-~ U sePnm orCoaia
3.~~~ m.r~, Nwa al. AddressDv There have been within the past few ,~.Sour Skjch.Diaroc
s~esal Am~bdwmuts-q .A. Kilmer & CoDn-WnsmnusxsFwmh & Co, Ring- ""'~'days many other important real estate WW~SOWlIieCIl
galiluwas; 0. L. Wilson. Thos. hattiton, N. %VWhea 111= s
Gay 041~., L. 0. Massey. writing mention this paper aind 604t deals In proem of culmination, but So itsiwdIossoFSEZ p.Fo I
Intake any mistake, but remember the far these matters are In such oubdi- ofY
James Z, Crane, Telfair the address, Dingbointou, 14 Y. to4ihhld0.lia9on0;I-7Irii
4). L. Wilson. W. A Blount. &$I____________- have been figuring for the peir. NYORK. Thi rl Y(I
~pepa~oeFr~ Adm,oheir- flalley. chairman; E. 8. Crill, W. K chase of a In@ lot on est Church
A. W espH. Humphries, Guy Oil. Jowksou, 'r. J Faulkner, J. A. AlIford. street," remarked one of the ;rmspeo,Igs~... RaeyH, Moreay. ale l'ris," anad Oos1vts-IC. Z. tivis traders, "but for the present I
~,g~s.ii. Barery. chairmane;uieclsdad'tee' A SOI
Q~3ec.-E H. alle. chirmn; Cn',s, ohermat; Teifair itiockLon, cannotafford to say sything about I.
'5hAl FdN. MI Husdsoni, W. Hunit EC 11. Bailey, J. It Newlaiad, T. U. base of the fart that the deal hs WCIT WV OF lARPCrJ
40aeised Labor-John Neal, chair- Faresitrj-l. Ni. Brown, chairman; many a slip 'twixt the cup a"d the vunimss~ensev
M uet Thu. S. Davis. 0. MI. Brown, B. W. xL. j&Oin. F. M. hludson, John NIP,'" he goit-naturedly added.
9. Wadsworth, It. 3. Oamova Neel. H. I) Wadsworth. There Is no divubt but that Glaine.
9 Chty and County Organigtion- Public Reeads and HIiiI1ays-James vill* is becoming every day on a more ______________________________hoa W. Semis, chairman; Ir. M. Hod- Criae. chairmana; T M. Scoott. Tel- solid faundtoa ad p poprityi
mern James Z Oraono, Jse. H. Kumph. fCir tockiton, Frauk Adam.o, E. E. here permanenly. The clss of people BUstahed In ..
OnI. 0. L. Wilson. 080nava buying property as a rule are not spintlioe sdPtfl to-I111.S raluale and Hltoamation of Lad ua'ion, but a~lt clv who have comeTh Ol stW ik y H u ei G oga
Davis, chairmen IW. AL Blount, James -J. A 41ford. charman; Frank Ad- to (lalnesville and engeaged in businesT e O d s h s e o s n G
r IL Creat, JA.Alford, W. Hutem. Usti P. Heavy. T. d. Davis, Frak here for various reasons, and they In. OLD SHARP!1ir WILLIAMS
chaim W. tae end to stay, Every advantage 15 f Guaranteed 8 years old. B h
Uisestle-Guy 01ilen, bimt ()um Pensions- George Mi. Lo, chair- bre, education i, religious, commer. gallon V$8.00. 4 full qua~o .
00406e, L. 0. Mason. RL. Carter. J A. Alfurd. hound to be a art-at future- for tht. city U~J.~lE0. J. COLEMAR IRYE
ltv-pesd le io.orge* P. Rsourtl Proaiecdiaotg-J. R. Newland. &ad Its people. >t'.s G0rnee-easod.B h
Lepey, chaiman; W. A. lilount, J. H. chairman; Si. W. Clarke. J. DI. Crews. 'k to aln 27.4fl qat 3A
Ucmaphile. 1. S. Orill, 0. L. Wilson. N.R. Warier, NC IC nova. Rheumatic Paine Quickly Relieved. 4EXPIRES PEP
V. Zagnmeed Bi11lls-S W. lark@.chair- T he exapaciatinitpains characeristic ANVIL RYE
a"; Z. B. Bailey, 0 U. Lee, John HEALTH 1S sOT.(f rheuntatism and seiatira are quickly
goNal, L. W. Sim. f lowed by applying Chainborlain's Wlo $2.60.aanee 4 yfars qo.Bth
Diseases andi Sialm.s Wine Orea pae i0 1.ivn..: alo 2.4 ulqare6.
Pabues lsad-T. J. Faulkner, ohair- pand Sicknes Briie Olds Aaige.e EXPIREDSPEF
ma.; N. S. Carter. 0. U. Brown, S. Horbine. taken every morning beftire power of tt linimeint has been the -.VC ,of Y
W.Olarke,3 1111Dailey. breakfast, wall keep you In robust surprise and delight of thusands of segallo $22.4f
ftto Boundaree- 1. C. N ssy, health-Ut1 lieu to ward oil dievaso. -isfees h uc cif from pain $\ A~~eo n 6228 4 ful
~Slrs 4aiJ. S. Orews, It X. Ceanowa, cures aeasspation, biliousnees, aly.. wlainhl it offorfl is qn worth many OL aTC1TCO1
W. Is dupier. I Nowland.t pepas- faver, sina liver and kidney timeii its ai IVr s by alI Id ruagiste.EN LT O

ll am vntiL'atPI 109 190.VTT

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iiesA O S IThe t .t I ted blood of ancestors lays upon tit hl 'dens of
o.5s~Dft. mZallyfe ts. Edu.hmmm~m~...mmu~m~ Want State toAM~Priate Money7 "tr-1 111t0 mi n b ~'transmitting tit t~wti 0itt the
win ~uuflua, w rafl t ve nafor in neatlv evetiN Illt k"4.t" dissifg,.
c sa1adOhrAvtas. When the nerves ame weak to PrtopIf lop E. F. S. ,,!1 re 1' amll otxtronb't o'rloodX1- I whtchh.
-everyiang goes, wrong. You ___~ lltur f 10smiling, IL-elAting t~ :he neek
tire tired all the time, easily SUpiINTaNOENTPCoUND TALKS IL CeWS,
mnf 000 WILL BE THE ISUE discouraged, nervous, and mii r~ldc ik h lwi-i "Ol.a
itI tali oveur lirr altai
arithuslastic Meeting of the Board of irritable. Your cheeks are in so Iltequent and wIpressieeMAnner it I I I .~a~~~ the f)ts A141 we~ ttar.~ ..i, I (4m~ bee
Ca',~~~~~~ He4 Told of the Needs of the School. ? St'I 'jl and It w~te htW 14It~,.
Trade, at Which It Was Decide, towai 4.'4 i ~~ llthe thl:~ at fl-I -it i
Puhthe City. Bible Conference, la whc.VFeehd esa* .. i~t '~.~h~i lWU~4.'
Chuaq, Etc. Taeadyu lodI h housand Stuienti in Two Years. t I lis 1. 6% hel ail oif tile lei'Agat I kI ,t
aletuu andi you blo is tbin s .~ th St., Saline. Ks~l.I
The (iint.v ilir Hoa rd of Trade LeId our doctor says you are i~ li imitootle.. to the itIitl 111l. I th ll4h Kz1p.i nI.i .ceo
a pei sylet'Iiiig at it# rrtorns ill the threatened wtht a nervius; 1wart.l tit Tlip Slin, the t x-okitidewti %if nut ltvv .11 til I I V11. .d-1.w %I4 strtu u a Ii
City Hall iThursday afternoon, breakdown. H-e orders this Coot Floida tSelmuialvY apsemlerd Il V it c., 1411 i~~I~tI.. d: d'vi -e W 1 1it hI. I, 't~ nt
The niertilig was. call" for the pier, grnd old family aWiclute. the co'ursed cliamber %V--4. fiesday sar's famil I u Il 0 *,4is %ince tile 1111thi of thfle
"floo nr thas n I~f god~m AwI'slo Ing for tile lourpoet jif d i-cuaiti this pose of coib-irriig with Dr. Olareue boslrtllk I" my family awls WA~ IONIC1 ilitt~tt tctiti .8
B. trus~ ii he mtte o ais ad u "90 lad a wokodqiri~l aibtt ion icetds of the Svtmiiioty it, I lot- na151 of' I.4 an-it I hIttvd filr thisi. It t Irn!te b
B.tos l it awolon d a kW" .C. 100tv. W" "ewe". Co% 1 uidnenve .4 1!' Mitilhernuil, huM
wertlsing of the eitisens ad business Ma be""e idn. cl eiIi oi.'rI 441. ti 4i t 11t ilcrtetni f
Chautsuquuas. as well as the city in Mabj Ylyor I'll. k Thomas. A it 5vitiAttC tif rtoete vmtmsk I .,% % 1\ I, I :s~e '. It VIcr health ~
general L it s decided to secure a Wk Nerve the oehool, who friuplaiiea1 Ito ltirlob".ea.te sem. \\il( IV ,, ,1.,l IV.., .k ( h
number of electrotypes advertising i nChairmato Thoma rns i tiiit Stil,*.r. and any advce. wixlhedl fttimicil I., I t it t 4re
Gainesville #and its Advantages, Pai KO- 2" FMawthp' SnedrtJt'K Pii f'',WIFT rPr iril-I GC.. A TLANT4. I
electiity pea to be used on all station- iiiI- i; "7 each n~h,'nary, who addrrweed tI- m'i-iliz ill ory f bsines mn. hereno bjeel - -- --the needo of the Iniitlolu *",I it, Iii cryofbusne mn, hee o oje-kinds from this sotelion Iao boisgitning to sure tslosibilitiles. "Eipt [';oila ,%, Ili.
Cion existed. be. hev.-oroniTI woie l ntyha lasoi i dsls i lLO
It was unanimously decided by th. e eavy.orthio ("fi't tiige i m a fry hast always of ie ei. lIV( IN vrp'rh. Eu* I~Tu'
badto print for general diutrlbo- INpraih tdcmi.o mn oe." eseoso Ii eu., f, ~L 3~~
tion 190,000 twelve-page bookie"a or' lfl u for thiri share f tile butsi, riot only the Statil. but ilfill tilo~.tilhu."~~P ~ l
pamhle, averisig te Bblebor- is 45t,imtPe that lite diver- he said. *'and the gret tl-1 ii 'cudvl iitt -'ioel t. i you It yoni n'r3 ia L aw so~#, lereoe. ~ LZ 'Wok~:sifted crop along the 6ainesville aaid'tage ultde-r which we hetloeii iatilr- tall I
en'~~~~~~~~ inatt n h iygreal(uulf railroad thim seastr, will ile the lug,. to my knowledget. @Lmve I fistre L.JooI' L)." 'At. Was Dangtrotm '
This booklet will be issued as soon as lretfor several yeair.. Ptss slid lteen In charge at $oi- iellute'tielut, lot ;: %,! ( %'lirliita' .lit t4UV'
praticble avd illbe istibtedhatus and etikes art, leokiii eaiepall thes cramped teonditloi of its 1iartrr, L i ii -v i.
thr uc thb e e avoi t ofl D r. ditr ute d I it should te lli e p r l rt i I rtim f t It 5 60 ,
teatrorin the efot fD.Sru#a Rev. 'W. C. Foster of Alarlitia waiStMate', avid %hht@ relic'.- ilte. eriinliaee1 k I b d ( I ~
by ohermean duing he om a visitor to friends here Wed nesday. condition of affairs, R B
mummer. It will be a handsomrely The orange growers In this section The speaker. ini an imure'.eive lllali*
printed booklet on coated paper, wit. areuel eseilyhpyoeIs od-nr hwdteug- ~e fi ilv
half-tone engravings. and will be tor seilyhpyoe ti od-tesoe heugn i~d.tti vt4W' [ii 't, 'il o-iovie adilptuiin
somethingg of credit to this city. tion of their groves, whieh was never Stminary for new end Iitire t',liiiauli a-6111. all &Liw-.Ji, kdviary unad livtw owaplaata.
better. The trees, are full of bloom, onta bu lluege. and now iid iltare' 111d11 TRY IT TO)DAY.
KMICANOPY NOTES. and the prospect. ure that the Crop eran equipment. and satid that with 3 et s ote NDu e
--- Ith e corning season will tiue the largest these seursd the echmil wtitlit linve 0Cv. ote UD~0m
Prator's Mill in Operation- Interesting in the history of this6 action, not evemi five hundre-d studeito within I wi
Lectures-Other News. exepiting thet-big frieze. The* trees years. He laid partleaair arisaillI For Sale by WV. Ml. Johnsoni, (lanmvhlte
14icaniopy. April 6 -Rev. D~r. flaint- Are in a iunlet healthy said proiflo con- the ezelttwr heeleilhs
or. for thirty-two ye-ars a missionary dition. eomplished and I* still diliug Ili lhe
tChina, and who is in his native land BI0 COTTON DEAL. odiscat ion of young wimiteii
for a short vacation, delivered two in. Addreseweroe deltll 1, N"i.~.J.....
tereeling lectures at the Presbyterian Lallayette Mathews of Bland Sold 150 Pon, WV. H Taylor, Pr .1 F'. %'liK till*
church heres S~unday. Upon each oc- Bales to the Brantley Company. *r.Jr., Dr. J, Harrianii Islltgem slid 01*
oasis. the D~octor was greeted by a Rumor reached this city Friday of othersavid It was Ili-eiaireusus ct
good eongraogstion. and his lectures Onecof the largest cot ton1 dePals made in opiviloei among thorle .ilt thot. ecu.
were impressive atid iiisiructive. ticunyrenl.hin aaetesideritag the exee-llve iW liste work the.
_4vanush and usher points ill (r turgis. eston growers t ill* thState, sold tii that I Propruate $1&),0IJO feet Ill-* lit"Iclisege T"E 6HE47T M4il1:1tT ~~MlI l NAL4N)N 41'4t
where he has been oil business. Brantley Company of Blackshear, Oa. acid en iiptiieiit.
*Mrs. J. A. Simonsona anid daughter, 150 bale of cotton, ug'egtn $8.84b Uptisi iici ip erhir wse ro-olutest. IiX'11IS PIIUil'AIl. Full Quart Me"sre
fo1rmerly Of MNiclosuoy tout now 1 ee-iding Nit. Mathews sold a low baleps of 00to ed to appoinitha e-titittep Ii limok
after lb. pasoage if such a Itle-4aiiroe Por P'eNcr allPe
in Jacksonvile, oire tin a pleasant. yea& early In &boo season, but hold bis pria- through the praiit l..gieiature. wheni laseiln 11.iissairi tiwartill~
to reistivee aod friends lepre, elipal crop pending belter prlees being thbe useeuIlea adjmn a ied. Hlill oII list is A hiare t I~ f* ag 011 OW
J. G. Peace is espenaitvg a few days in one of the most suoceavosful foar In (0halisvv Theisisso will nike flit# speb NO1101 % 4i. Ok i mi [u .4 47 1i M
.jacksonvile. on tavoiness. the county, he was not ipeile'd ts) poisitiornt duriethe Ileresait vioer N CA e- i11411611 at' no 4S 11A
A. B. (Chitty, forferry A resident of selhsct atii emd seWr e Xurekas U11 e i'ee 4i ill' Now
this place. where he was reared, spent desred prier. Chamberlain's Cough Ramedy the N .1 ".~..,e 1A 11111 4~ 00 '
Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mra. Best and MostO Popular. 3 911 A' 1111 i4 a00~~i
ZE. C. Chilly, here. Arthur recently About Rheumatism.. hIul it fair ernipley el~iolrura, 1~rk~ 111 01
purchased an interest in the business There are few &w~soes list Itifliet, gailrouad men buy it fair .vvere' ceem 4~~(. as ab No 1 a r


cite 4&1&SOCIETY.
Thea,= sme to florid, sad see S
.___ ...._ .,_ .. Ibq h aA at boter able to judge Thq eight'nth annust meeting of aseres Doeisab elb.Mre 1. 111&em of he sefaterts and the people than the the Florida State Horticultural So-1 0 saOf U.111 A. editor of eome paper ring at long ciety will be heid in Jacksonville, om..
- -asp at what be ean't see with a globe mooelag the evening of the 9th of May
fublished Eva' s7 1 @ eight and will never gt near enough and continuing the loth, IIh and 12th;
at to "saste and see" for himself of the and it is earnestly hoped that this
good abip here. Then again, there meeting will be the largest in the hisJ. H. McCRZAST. IoWrand Publ'r. are people who are silicted with In- story of the society.
eurable diseases who come here. sod The Jacksonville Board of Trade has beaupe they could not get cured, al- extended to the society the use of their TV Ms or SeAsesaInos:
though many experience relief while magxlfdeent auditorium dn which to A11TWWe 00k 1W 3 I1 year;six bere, find faults with nearly every. hold the meetings, and are making
goth,4L; Ilal s oplis, S* thing. Their friends at home get tired preparations to entertain the members
V110-WN a sesAM of welyip them around feeling so m;9s. in their usual liberal and hospitable
te, 1 eants a line ershle and kicking at everything, and manner. for 10 enste for each addi- are glad to no them away. Such peo. The transportation companies have
*fopie will never be pleased wherever made a rate of one fare, plus 2So for theat rStp"' &hey no. the round trip, but members most
aPan Spp The talk that prices are exorbitant have a certificate of membership which
eaW Death matees lasreted Ia Florida is not borne out by the factor. is leornshed by the society, to surren.
ta. 1 eats a lie. People who are able to do their own der to the ticket agent before the tickhousework can rent rooms and live as et will be issued at the reduced rate. Osa On sa er. behephereas In the North,where a fifty go it behooves members to write early
he a the Th'erise*Week dollerecal bill for a small beating stove for their earsllcates, which can be had
W Is .........1 U ia moving unusual during the winter. by sending $1 to the secretary, Mr. E.
yAnd when a man in Florida goes much 0. Painter, Jeeksonville, Fla. (0.. I s over seven or *Ight dollars for fuel he The annual reports of this society are Until you hive seen our mammoth stock that e ee ear. 1 50 thinks it Is tough. alone worth more than the $1 obared
he the Bem.Weekly Board ca be bad from $5a week up, for membership fees, as they contain We are nOW receiVIng at our store. We haVe
_____ sa yer....... 10 and the potrt hotels, where people the experience of some of the best hor. the largest stock ever offered in
Mewilots p come for plesosre. )swe no higher rate tioelturists and agriculturists in the
W% wil ntaon stamps of a than those as the summer resorts in State, including valuable papers from t 2a G ents.
the North. Prices vary both North some of our scientufie men. Sbn sand South. People who have money The soeiey is doing a good work and
- Coorado has another storm on Its to throw at the birds, either North or needs the support of every one loterheads, sad it has fanned a cool sSphyr Bouth, will always Bud a Boek to re- ested in the development of our 8LaFe.
Slar to Florida. ccive their offerings. You don't have Ilno ad of 400 members, it should have IN E F U F N I rF
--- 2to "blow yourself," bes if you should 4.J). You sn help it by sending $1 The Cear Is in a peculiar situation, want to, there is no law North or South to E. 0. Painter, secretary, Jacksonfe hates to give up that he is whipped, to prevent you from doing It. ville, Fla.
bat Is awful tired of running. The persons who go away from home As well as the Medium Priced grade
andexpect to find the same comforts UNIFORM TEXT-BOOKS.
Tes81se4 now has a "Jim Crow" they are leaving will often be disap- The idea of having uniform t a palace or a cottage we can furnish it with the
atest ear law. The conductor will pointed. Some who find fault as every. books in the schaiig of the Stat- is one essential to make life worth the living.
dealgate plmees for the blacks. thing are getting better than they do that will meet with general approval.
at home. There will always@ be kick. I is a plan that will ultimately be President Roosevelt, who Is now onr er, and they are often compelled to
its prefers to esat rather than speak, go away from home, sad if is were not adopted, If not at thi present time.
It has teeo seatistsed that the price *5 Sd when salled out at St. Louis kept for their propensity of showing aItly h been suggesh d e p
gm with his attack on trust beef. ristanee, people would not be aware o he ti ad no at
of their existence. the book publishers to rob the people. G ( e
A voso has made Japa larger by This can be done with the right men
giving her a new island.. If they could PRIMARY REOOMMENDATIONS. to look after the matter.
eily get a veleso to beve up a few I Should the measure be passed it has
ships &hey soak for the Russians they In Gov. Broward's mosage his pri. Ilso been intimated that the publish- GAINESVILLE, FLORI DA.
might have another navy. mary Jaw recommendatione will no ers replace the old books with new
doubt attract the careful attention of'onesfreeof ost. Anotherplan Isfor The Topsese Legislature has ap. our legislators. He speaks as follows the State to print its own books The
propriasea f10,00W to Peabody oul. "I recommend the Primary law to be law, however, for uinifoirm tosb looks
lege. ThSeate edmetional taetitu. so smended as to make the calling of seems to be genetarally favored.
6ie1s of Worlds will perhaps be re. primary elections mandatory upon the
membend by our own legislators. committee now empowered to call tt* It seems as though an appeal to the
primary election, instead of optional, State Legislature to provide funds for
The eationes pe*ple of some of our as it now Is- the Florida loatituto for the BllindT hrisN x
siemr States weald perhaps like a "I also reoommead that all persons and Deaf would not be ne(ensary. It
emaIl strip of oar territory, so that who may be candidates before any Is the duty of the commonwealth to For Your Not Owning a Ged
hey migh bb eIs sasa wiaber resort. primary election in this State re- religiously look after its institutions, Nut they are by Asse assigned to the quired to file with tbe committee call- and in this particular instance, whenr gem esg ers0 g. ing the primary elete4 a ewers item- the inmates are some of our worthy
ised statemeiuof all expeass Incurred offopinse who tire afflicted through no Weary Walter Retles of Botalo, N. by him inside primary *Ioetionand to fault of their own. it .o d look asWWW
Y., walked iato Jeekeeaville, Tuesday, state therein the source of all eontri- though rno long d rawn-out appeal having made the joerey on foot to buttons to his campaign fund, and fix- wouid be ne'esarry. T'he ~sate has a pay am electionshta. lie will remain tag aseevere penalty for failure to file bounden duty to per-form; let its rep.
ati June let, when he will receive such statement.ta reseatatives see that it is done well. W~e have them at all prices and
money to return by ad "I further reomn htthe law Who knows baut that their own may
amended so as to provide severe pen- be ochhged to en pay its comforts some TW a e essth tae plaig

toseamwhtlmg5 n( al l I knof votes by inspectors a"M V O 8 0tiae u
yulebutthe wil lok n vin and etcerks ia all elections; and for The observance of Ibeoration hay,
wel* bt 6*sewillateek a vas inat "Biar sad iatim~daton of voters April 0.eshould be made imore general

ee. fswrg.Asse of s". mn ha n pro a:.ceptin---. a ied@Seandtebs sol be paid to *IfS ALLM ENT Plan?
Oaiaeevile~,,liform or testify agsinst the person or sacrificed their lhvee on their country's

Jaeksonville wIll have a tbIll pee, person who bribe or intimidate him ia aner who hie lwedarewbotorir ivee. U et he Bsuggy w iey ou r paysented o the lagise an ese say way. le.s .ge h lvn wogv
theliit o tateiyastht hepe* I further recommend that a law be. le isnngrs h iis h a 0 for it. Our money investedpey heplivige asobeIr add$ n of all sen~ fholi their loe fne wyha rsrl~ OUr'. e'm'O wllling to trust
tessioe. elay ights, elty water and pe* lag primary eleelts** io themsme man. thi-oe n y Ou. .
lie prot**tion. Those living a nh ersas the ap***** for holding general T* u~ nFoiaaeeuls ______outskirts of Oanevle will te able to ~ r o ad'
enjo siila prvilgeswhi weget The primaey abould be upheld ia all tho* of Italy, and on Wedn**day A
our new charter. Its digty,. and if it is worthy and ha evening thoseawho wanted the sky as a
______________*co* to stay, let all stand by it to the the sonu sonk in the Wees, saw the mn
Judgng fro what e can ear ltter. Good las, etriles*orced. grandest picture ever beheld. TheF *U fl Ri u a
fJudreiabl frme whoat e ine hapan make a eentestead people, as shoe, who1 c loud stretched aeere the sky ia fur. WU U*W
frm elaleme hoar l apa'esas iv p o hm al hv ado1rows, ech furrow being sipped with a* *S.
and thoue who have reestly retorsed sarn ie u tote wellghate. d deiboate red on blue cloods. The
from that poetryy. the report that the em-t impni whole swene was free to all. and The wm
Jaedo not take good care of their RAILROAD TO KEY WEST. IArmingham (Ala ) Newe iq IeformedBodRussan prisoners to withoat the fusa* that it was no benee ga*.
dation of faes, tine goatleman says 'The Miai Notuepelts says that us- .-he ha taken the pains to look up the less iadisasoes hell* the hAes, there1 There are many ways for spending 25
matter, and says the prisoners have will toe seateshiag deing very sbortl the eisk the State has on hand, and
mast excelleot care. Probably the 4, the boiteig it she pauinp ues .!en many worthy enusisttoes that need _______ground for complains is that the Jape sion of abe F~ernds Gaut Rest' the Immediate attseea of the Iegte.
enst on their keeping elea. wy from the mean land a nds l atere. It would te a good ide to@ hleI
via the hop tol EqWes., iep those deserng on** Bete come w iethey last. Wve h v h
The warm rains sad weather of the For emme time put 5iW hts fa th* then if w* have may ae Iavest ia *am
paet week have helped the Sowere keys weon to the *es that the earwy ethe ventures. let t tae based whee ~ s h rcete q aiy n
alng amassgly. The roses in some work wee ateet Batehed, bes alia will do the tatee meet good ete pnow---- * of ste gardens about the eity are a ast~as covertag this twent is ve (-- yJOUrT ug odOnt put itsa
sighs to behold. The large aater of dies to obtat, ht Iltate ether than la register rga '4htak"aglst a bil Other day. me~ today.
roe busbes at the home et Dr. Loere. that faot ceeld be seseasd for ribbons for his typet.* K..ady.*n
toa Robb are full of tbtooms and M rs t hngh Itis o keews that abe me'se ceaty )udg aa bast to remark :--ti Mete as on8** Utert stm swarwor ha bes cmpltedth e s he tesa ese girl te the seas to has a mammoth re* tbs-- tree al stil nothing asthatie ase the pe* aier as oblugas..en to hy he 'Bales'
mest- that is ited with t6* handeo-- gees of the work. theg the "O** so deem up uct&
eat of white twees. The atty of sde Koard," wbtek knows egaggthiag* -**
Oalaeartle never leshed tester thand weually has It pretty earg'aea 1e ren. and Oggee Cablk
* t8tAes ths prig,auisw w svegm ha sbd bn&Mig b g* is* ** ******** GAIN ESVILLE R F fOgg

_____________________THE G~AINESVILLE 8tN:_APRIL 10. 110115 -* mm-I


Dat ILb Idea of Being Taken

into the Now City Territory N A L

Attorney Robt. E. Davis and Mayor I 3I I I fl l
Thomas Will Address the People of 4 0 090 0 090 0
NrhGafinesville Moncay Night, and
Explain Advantages of New Charter. Ad NdW~
It s"eem that one 1,et-'lle of North P A CA G E
Galuesville, who owii property in that tarlying burg, do not apprrvaiato thotnurtoe fal od
Meanof the f-xtention and amendment of this m s urtoso l od
ofebarterut the city of (isinesville, L'bu
Wkihhwa. paiied in bmeetalg of the have already been1 consumed u
citizens at the court house WVednesdsy. and as a reitult Attorney Rtobe.rt E. Davis aid .Majr A%. R. Thomas haveC HEU P
cnetdto address thie people CE E U P!t
sutpurb at Northi (isintaville Hall Monday erei'ziag at 7 o'dlowk on the proposed charter, with spreial reference to its relatiutis to the 1peuple of North (Jaiiuetville.
A4 Will be seen, hy ad voi tseinent, in The Sun, the pl'~loI of North Gainesville. feeling that they woulId be btsr- o
dosed with municipal titzation with- A
out represteritatiuua, have take" stepsen. W f su
,r* o inorpoatebut those who have ad vacated the proposed eitenalon de. slate it will be a gooi tiing foar all suburb#, mud those taken in %ill be bie ltoed.
The people of North GAiaeeO~ilt' are
cordially invited to be paresenzt, at the G o ha spetfl lu il
meeting Monday evening, as Messrs.G o ha spetfl lu il
Davis aud Thomas will endeavor to are grinding steadily. NATIONAL
explain fully the ititeittions and jaur.
po~aof te orer.BISCUIT COMPANY bakeries, the

J. J. FINL. EY CHAPTER. cleanest, largest, most modern in the
Deleate an Alernaes eletedforworld, are working day in and day out
State Convention. *to supply you with your favorite soda
At the regular ineeting of J. J. Fina- cracker. So Un W e o i are still
ley Ohapter, U. D C., held Thursdoty S n s .~ c
afeonat the homne of Airs. Ji. B in abundance--the price is the sameDoals. he following delegates were
* elected to attend the 14ate conven- tet"e
tionu at Pensacola May 8rd to 701 : 6d r
Mrs. C. A. Colclough. Mrs. .1. 11.
Stringfellow, %tr.. J. L. Kelley andlot T a
111n. W. H. Taylor, president. Alter- S Tal a
Holder. Mrs. T. C. McEscliern. On Memorial D~ay. April 26, the NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
chapter, following its 1upual custom. will perform a "labor of love" irn laylag flowers upon thte ares of those dear heroes of the 'Siztie" wito have 'gone before," The chapter has aousented with pleasure to unteC with the Veterians ina the celebration of the


E L L U Iw~ t o A llpilroII for P," s day to kFebf a y. A. It is a ceriat oje Ion
~ bbe~hvgien ha onth 11 jr n-Ise tbeleis, wbleies J. M Swaan It
ELECTS com~pisafiht and Wile K W iuite. asv iw
~ f)~u~ e ke*g ea~ne. will tee for Anfilo Wilboulte. Wifllem X WlU1b44se 4"ie .w.llo oh=~6r~s" .1-"
wooin N. t aw fa M iellrcy~ N. B. Mlwo. Po.liiisl n Ahl 9. 10 is 4 I.18. 11e6So.8.I 11
inter~ting Moding A st Ordw PhaW Ai Paffu got ters Patent 00 the charter the Poren11tt 01 A certain Nm Of NMeMI MWIP4- 12 a n sao
0al' 0~ap lo. In IDensUied for tau d Lys- ofU "afh date of elolil lo -p 1111T SM
&W o zrman. mhrmm 'WS LUSal h l s NSpbd of Mareh. A. 1) MOK. the voldl decree. and wherein 1. A~ Maker. 1*101 Umt folowing Gd lf "e i 41
-PERRYIW M. kOL'-()N. %pecial master to aWk ciums. Woo Setoqrine Sorla I& IL Ik. III. I&la O 1
it K vol~s( N. to soll the~ lands. and tetseutfltm Is the said do- IS 9LVag. ID $1 oL 3&a. L
JNo. W. iLANVINU. r ree specifid. thereftm e. default bavbns been 9. Roeg 11Z S "tuas di T u MUCH ENTHUSIASM DISPsLAYED IS AN INSPIIQ Aorsom maide in the pay nent of tbe sold WM~f 1106 a m is. Raft~ am Beetlesum 1. So I~ I.
I A3ICOLSOINOX)RPOILATh)N (IF ALA. for te We of timethert In m@Dtkoid..I. V notbhaifofe@So I ad 14 inow
Smith~~--. Chate 4aDtrie oOeern eUe~0 OQUNTY AIITIIA~r I 'M - W4Y. IL Ilaker. %9eeali 81W 4 fOces illSS a10T1. Rowe I a? is.
Kirby SihCatrI ee inedt bevr 1h O b*0for male wi w sell befure the owlf usee jobs U. White Dr. J. But
S.n W.,a eletio Ful Olyh ., A' o of th crpton li 1w the door to Ualuoesville, Alacha county. 1a0owei3 A. C. R.Mi 8f N. Smt
eneaco~to toominI~~sd ~4qpg~, eejes sha61 be t, Albes o tw een tbe log &I boomi of mae td e thige Aube rei Arioei Thomaas MeL~o
of Paeas. and Harmony-Important able SWOetOO16glmer De- VW. &bhes Yiord. Had tist bidder theref or. fo asal th3ul .-I T Heaseresiso Umcar 0. Caram
sueoeee. Transacted by Chapter. cided to Do Oueeyp alme. liaise% shal be toaf* bs ct n e~ x-toiif its the cty(jft of AIaCUSa&Wdte 01AtO 1 0. 4c W. 4X Smit
*uhma1I~ o ttte eagoo (or hen% ofI F-oldia. %Omit: M. J. Baffrry ~ S
Tbe"April mi'etig of Kirby Smith Tb. Based of Wm Os m slls~oon WO al"N oSi trio pubic re'- J~ebrin'.iiiat the Ni'rtliwest eofner of the It L. Muaitoa M 8 -. lnsolo
Of&1 11-Na tOUs U0 WSrAth abrieoi804 O! oltqurte tt SctonTwenty-four LutO Howell (". Hathoox Ohapier, U. D. C.. field Thursday St bas passued spoe, an No"a whieb will to., Iaeuhnencleuding taxes upo real 124). 1',, iitlp Mine to). South of RangeTwes- z. 1i f well WV. N. itmith
OW eme ofthe president. Mrto. J. N. Slve the appoval of eVery ooe 101111111 a" to Oeugibe the W" Into eon,. t-tv.' I It) ?.atit: Mbece So~uth 2;4 feet to a p. S. 7Foe-wo ... Kirby
the borne '~ memso a the parpooig of tfotags the sake thetive 'out ewibty (ki)' rods toO stake. J~Ag u
Steobbar, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Tl wa0 ful ofOtwam ui rea aaa~e t.eet. T f iMob abotraeta and exaleatls of thenrcr N -itl Is T#feet t4i the basfmetiOn l ine. T W. Harrod C '.M~ae
Dn. Vifteen members weres prosefs. wee the order, agreed upon as Iie lat e1111106 611 Om abetrats and the quality ad rods to i tie~ tolmer tf beglinuiwi.f e. titalulif te T. ~ Kirby J. F. Ripper eadisla. of the title shewan thoerby ad to acreb oWore tor i.".f. %% E'. h A V'. 0; 14. 11ol
The delegates to the Bt* weio aoil.g net the bied, sot 1*ave With Overaw Wo pureha'm and leads, a of =may AW. irea1 4strint hawa 0. A. Xl...,l
$ioo, which will Weet 81 PeSMeses lvtrltbd briek tt. sidewalk bordering' Ooedit aft the adeurIt of real lropeity. J__- ---. T. swindel S. G Wynne
the obrade nd on~a of %he same To
May Bid, were Mrs. I+- H. Mesreary, 04 the leinr @-idea of the cuort bouma %Sa" ismic &;&: to ad poesdonof SHEF4IFrS SAL Newberry. F... Apil S. 10M.
chairman; Mrs. 0I. W. MOyer., Mrs- sqt)are With vitrified brick. Which will book real oellpe r*-el pertvr a trusteesfor Under oWl hy virtue of an .e. stiriholooIsu.
Olilesason uchto suawme aid control
John Cheemut, Miss Need Graham. make, a durable walk, sold wbiah wili~.~~ug~ h ae ost~ out of the (,'lrult C.,urt. Eis nth Judicial 4 'r- N(ITIICE Or APPLICATION FORIC
Altr~as: sset fer ftsherm In reserpiew anol pay iniftaxas. outfPiolid. for Alachua ..'uititr. in a tlt DEED) UNDER 14ECTION' I7 orcIIP
00~ G the t ater 1 s 1d olof sal' or Noru S.iif LAWS or FLORIDA.
Glerte: rs e k is ayrleMs 11sta f11 r V114 (ofetm ami grolety em Or 11he1110111111 O s r maY DSrle bf of ln or t u,., atI .a~. t ~adNe
him "rnI sowr prop Iert ore: of Cl or lu c. &I is do(, rndurit 16101 41., L(14 te~C all NoUtce In hereby given that C. r~. Ionr. nel, Miss Mary Swebbar. Mrs. J. N. Tois instioer has boors under consf#d- eoswith W with"$t seumlyadt v am Lvr te VWei.sheriff l A the,-,tisi s Poeityi. datedwo tbe~~hd of Toa.xI lertilloWed
G la ece "oere y andoae thectivhe 1.oLd. aeIfed po. bertif i i .16!l11 cef,,r said ctifet inay o o. A ham madop
8trobbar, cielpliff president, will also PIatien for soMe gime. Thel Inesj ear of rel tierosasue o te the titlte uetoseooohlsa.sel'taypialnfraxddtoleiseoeae
wood.The ol~o wo go DO& 10- lgnoted the eniterprise, ofr he Maaus boM sell or dinlese~ ea ON persona K.o ay. A. L) I tuw amazte twirlei, oi %ale with law. Said oerdfcate embraestheI
stend. daye.aeslghM elo she elS Wf~a FP between the legal hour%. of %sic. ito the lowingr described property situatd iancu
eto~.Of Gkainesville In rone: rusting Mae. ffY a&M TOW estate fteurlitileS 11@i own right, highest and beat bidder therefor. for on. it. t upcouunti. floe-Ida. towit.
TheMeoril ~eyeomitee wre da an ohe aaaa:amia *teeu1to buy MAd to sell for Itelf sea so otioers on followhisi desribed real *state. 1% Ing mud4 be- -e'4 of swill 40. 111. Ip. 9. It N Of ote e00iora~oas, bhef and eenetson afAha ~ ~ "'le ~ln en si~ t theteo
appflted ". follows: Deorating felt It It duty tilor o)wed to sonstit. I f~fi .rpr;and So soliire by purhase GUM.2. 3.hownd 1. coain gend moe aruli, th~ne' J~tuteesuc.etlooI h
Oomfoderas mooesa and arrangting teite ard the co~julty prupwrty tg plow for ash or Its equivalent is esaita itock. ally recor. meo n sby a ut. letida. o poli, o;a 0"e saju uect salberdemd
thi wal tt or Obstruct Ilaiat or plaontseor other f all- Rookwlso A aehu. a y. A. Wud. Jta Plat U'odn to la taid eed whall ibse hreone
memorial sewelee-Mrs. J1. F. MeKine toewl.s- ok".Ple8. sd yAW ayo.Cewlnet a.txdedwl oa&
t6es for the ecauc t c' 110 *auaeft. andtoe X;on
Jog all she mwerv. tirivilegen and franc lilac. tohr with a.ll ater Aingulaw the tcii. the 4th day of May. A. D. I1(5 0411 Jr-. 804 Ma's. John Oheoao. The walk os spteelled in the order siranted to me crporations under tbe loas of t.. belodtun rs as m aa'1UterPt %44 tevi s, ffpril A D. 19(1 M
Making laurel wreaths for SIPar" of will be tenftfg In width un all walks the11 16iae Of Plorida nd oherwise to do and S aeblnii rlia)wm tpran h otd3 fAwl ID. lgffi.
VOS~lk-M al~ralt odMr. r thd&e square, sad th aeilperforn alt sobuc o an d thinan exercise I isaid [Prop'erty levied utwin uht to tee sold all Id ('ler S.rui Co R WALacu Jo.
Veterans-Mn. ~~~~ ~ th materials ss rs ron eelipowersumm t may in the conduct of It e 6rpet ofrui Coar Alceus Iht.Nr .l.'~__Sta'obhar, ssisted by alof the meo used is to by at aut-oll"'iteilled fl. haI~ fbo-ls. Joani urahaw. Williamn M, ura id NT' 1 Ai1I'TO O A
brofte sptw. VO1011 et- brick. It is oai saw tat h walks y~ shahil be Ten Thousand Dlars. to bo bult. together With touch sotter toostio as insy DEED1; UNlI:K SK42TkN a OF CaPU
eamu's graves In Jewish cfmetery-Mre no be laid a&1an exlsee not1 o52.504 Uwei--24 of Os. hundred brsote par v s. a accrued tberesa. toosnethrr with the so.LW 1 II(LA ue of000 landrd Dolars er sare Mid o #Wean n for attorney. ferm in mald c-as. 4I.LW OFFA D.
Wetem U .Briim i r. U 1IA0.sbeNteek shall he paid In to cash or property at. a t40 msasY said oxeoutlin.f Nestlee is. hereby gives that Wadel Dl
Werthelani M. m hmMs Ia in$10.eb Will at eO&ss greatly VWSG to bel is adb the direct tory of Usearnedni
hai. Iere" te wlueof loaluesouty' oopw t ameo in eL.e Woau VhNpIu. loussaser PGof ax tier Litiate. No WA
heat inceme thevale ofAlasum ount a omwsu ata mcilai clledforsub~ur Rewl of Alachum tcourti. t:orla. the *1 aisi Of July. 4 1) lIPS. have Se i
Theordetil mmst fr 10 s os liliten an Vlubl psss on" the groasiu of this charter, H. A. TlMAtsHSH. Cunii.I t*% Nolr. imerltflatesIn my offce. and haveead5
Ta.ereentalemmtwefo iDS I mss mgwrtot nd alabl p~w- IV. 'toe Senn for whillb thlot crwsaratiesn ~ .---tioi [fo tax deed to imsue in aoioan
MMs. 0e0. W. Molars. Mrs. A. W. Tony. #ion. shall exist WWal be sIlnetir-aune yrai. -4 trut te NTC RI HCAI law. held coeriates embrace the oeu
Iffse U Wer~hlm aidMrs. H.H. Theprcpor hing fo the cty to d. &ateof Its ciricosrule extence.NOIEFR 1ULCTN.eare PortsiuednAlc I.,, r.. erthim ad Mrs H. Th prr.perthingfor he cty do, V. -The bumaine'.. tit said corporation al~all he L'. S. LAMd Offlice at (lainayllir. Fla.. ty. Flom%. iow?~' ituae nAohom
MeOreary. #inef this order baa been passed, is to. ooaduoted by a t'snsktent. vice-I resiient. @.1- March 1,I. SP. Nw14 of bw'4 and Nelt of Swkt 8e~s 4
2 11116Of two DeW members. tionstruet crossings at intorseuingl rea and I remaurer and a board of direetors, Notlee ioo hereby brivene that In oinipolianeep T, li.R Ile. bigns'e ttedl
The amuse toegn of thbroc members sand stbch other a etLh the i'ruvi..lulses of tlw Art of (k4.flarown' (o the Amaidulcndrin nuch ericatsI the m
Mrs. A. H. Zmerson and Miss Helen lines of the same maftelrill Which Will 011161'tUMalt- oreood Or sPwuted by the June 3 PiWA. entltlj A Att for Ski. 'ale tit ofe oh' "ne-el aif lotihkrwie. ti
Gainay, vere Presented. no doubt be done at the proper time. traes. there.. of secretary and treasurer &tti e~onan 41va:'Luwi9m 'sriueviy. oring o a ta d~eede will hsse sree
There will be as ealliad .meeting (on The city b1111 a Progressi,64Ve council. and aw be misted lei and the duis thesreof one?- #ztehpieu tot 141 the 111"14.111 aid t"e by' Aet to-brint da lo ax A.e ill tomt
ale byMe ernon.a The bualnuees of said ow '01 Auot 4. IN4 Jazus. W u~i.&g.'. of he ~. Witns doy offi s unaur oA. 1). lk#
4,he1 27th lasti. at the home of Mrs. T. J. It matters ot what the result of the pratloeab" I fooreducted by Perry V. C01- Ioouauy of l.ast te. !Stat O Feloe-Ida. h Is te mlh y o acoh. AwnI) 110al
MGNIIP4. mus l ection say be Belt Toes. o" It erlr n treasurer. orl- Nu. 1)81. for ib.o purchase of thee. Lot lof Sec- 14. "i.W1
The egecises o Memoral I~aywill da. thatbody wil gontiue to1 fl there shaM lime. been an election of oiers U~, No. I In Tow nshil No 7 S_. lasige No. 12 ~ Cek(Icl CutAmhsC. The~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~hl exrie nMmra a ildi htbd ilekntt epo,1Wby the aoenmaciers of said corporation. V.. nd will offor proof to ahow that the lamillid 'ek'IclCorAabu
be as follows I The members of Kirby 41DOe none bolt good, fh-p. 7" or SmO"& nseal usefs of the st4)ekhbldera sought Is moure vooluabile for Its triber or stonie NOTICE, Ole APIPUiATION F"rtYA
11111l pl will assemble at th e~ e aeseite hmevsfor tsa eleetio orf umioers. adutinsi by-laws! ban for aterleultural tousrloeV-. and 14) elita- 11.) NRSETN5t47'AP
Smit Menisa ao@nseilrdtenwvsSd trsesetla aeeaeralby all bualiesse of the -'mli his calmn to %&fit land before Hegster and le. UDRBCINo
howe of Mrs. J. F. MaKinstry, ir., am candidates for the 5)0x4 of the city. 001OIA40a1s. 811111; t. theld b 1th day of I steey. at I iolnesille, brids, on Monoday. 4NW. 1. A Wit Or FLO)RIDA.
lolfteA.111IM Tbic 41111he O annual 'the Pith do)uf Mat'. li
Zug telstrsseN.. at 9o0 @1ek a. inM This matserwill no doubt be brouechtmtiondof 0eK kdkldersiou the fim Tuo- ife fanetsas wiiee .Htexof Naotlope Lhereby given tist H.PHM
*11lrS 16"silesswil bein ailday In January t'Y cubi and every )ear there- itotb Head. YIa. C. A. Htvwell of Ha14-.h purchatter of Tax tenrlitiate o s.
whoa's~ wil 01e U)watng up belorui the City Council at a later after durn the-"snnoco* of thiseharace. liend. Sel*. L D, loodse of Flad. *i J, H dated the I dm3 of July. A. D ~s e
0=0 %=9 l*eroeI hr sP V1. '11W he't saount of lodebteda ems or LUrtna of Um-ady. Fl& diled said orrtleacte in my
sve temto heeaetoy.whre at.iability to wit-1s this 00orertlo e at ant Any and all Peronms clailuaosi adversPely the Wed aplitionl for tax deed to he s20961 doeoation. will be lseed topon 11 ifa oub~t is l -wshal be twice the amount sibove-deorland^ reouu"1u t#) flue ordaince with law. fiaid ces-tifiate ebae
tie rse t olic n heate-Of ILe doi i tmi Pa id wIn. their claimso In this uoice on. or befgsore Makil Pith tlhe Floole dsrida pot.i d
6114011rt". At& *$look In he after ti'll The namesa aW residences of the Poub- das t his)M. ilAAlcu cuty lria %mt
*otthere will be a simple memorial owiierp to this oharter mre: %f"14 of kbelo of "1e4 of 8414 Setion5?Tp
Cer O R I Votho U6100soville. Ma 2D) shares. pa1 W. U.. KtINAl~N. liciglater. .1. H. IN,.
D Iat the mogument, Vs which the N.s 101s. Oa~nsesvie. rta W~---'.- ---ar 7%e sold land beins nineasd at thedteu
iJ a lees. no. lie shlie. kXWE shIS R OF MOKtTlAli4K the lieseaNse of Such certificate to th
public gerally Is Invited, ofj H.i am m ~ hIUK .Ui8bl nteU-ul or.3hh.atca icivis.
VWWP~WW5UU ~R CoLkIN. Alaohus (ounty. Vicirkla Is Chmaer. sceordlg to lw. ax deed Will Issuestae
STATE OFi FIA)KIDA. t rot 14iti t- f-'lreukemvrof Munrgage 4 r- Wissumv offical Wegnatere and slbi
Dtrmolnglikam. Ala.. April ?.-A ~'- S~ua e Of ipoe Count %of Alaohua I der of Publcatuas. 9iW 10,11day of Marrch. A. 1). IUM
4 4 'lia Iseots-orliff that on thin. ti b4ott IsSowed" Irv ishi devlt sitae t ie1. It. W fmO
al to the News froin Tusaacloosa. Ala Marsh. ISCCtw e Iaaly appeared before mue. b i W" is te &bow@ "taed cmaseShotijobs to ol ('leek CIrt'ult Court Alachua o.Va
says that A, . ndgirri. a we'll know, --PV r,54SBK(omsadJ .SadAhrsd ~erti.Sih h eedns
dlsa rt Isbi WANTS TAX ihTURNS. W oe Wil know* and as'iws be be the, "Wo arao'eedoseth tt
011111e0s. Vt~fi has dsppeor-.i EUN. a abr epaieyt h oean or-.r et ofteI~
ua m-or oors pctvly o lcte r of Abobus I 0 of Mai whose to saess are anowle. N'I llwdto hteti been r'bllerd ainal will- ~ ~ tleesfimia ssohrerlAad thW they ore over the aee oaf t wenty -one Alprosiwe'c iitelt .N
AsesoiClonvedla Ta Ow 'ubuiwst Al~ir a thmat y. ld veall ac4 ye~ In therefore ordecredl that '"Ll 0 00 dinaea and e,'re lur. leteso. 4545rlteesa
dered lost blIflh fiear the Warra': 1,%-haweu-lsoe htse 'No "i ib reudea. defendants be ann they are hereby alohrproahvn li rdu
or*AreTooSlo. mrtor be tossirfq th tirtkoteofobtalaing required to) ap~lor to tbe Wif of V tainnt aglns othe lerstsiat in ofm ofI ia~ees er bridge.. sld blo buily t hitl JiltaAeTo lw LeAtters I'ata-na oberen from %be state of asanoo itsi as no fr odyte~he estted ossn them ". the nv
tha ouer ifpesonl asoiat'.sa~ ..acu-s'r~ a a od *a~ lie Iles a" casi ill or foe takenday. tn arch ber.i tll to UN pi~ then thsre atPreti ats oil eireqevs a d the ir. I., Gay of
th lv-. i orean uit ilr C re-ope Ta Athesr Willhnst th CiAe.s &k anL sd At rb &L& Junier o Aee tDa tI otlrterlo he D-decesed. wti w er

Tr- Ir it7I I v .. ;.

.40: T If o I'A [N14SVILLE 1SUN: APRIL Ill. 1905



h~tNqmhg F..Variou.. Wants to Delop Wonde~rful Clav
dui State. Better Fruits-Better Profits IAds d Count,,
Better peaches applies, pearsan
THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS I berries are produced when Potash THE DEPOSITS ARE Vl:IY FIN .
I is liberally applied to the soil. To
I i nsuresa full crup, ofchooicest quslit v, Qult hc il
Transpirig In "The Land of Flowers.~, use a fortilisuer containig not le" Th Clay is of aQuitWhhWl
Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the th nI ,a o L w ul Make the Herdest B~rick and I .e, itul,%
&~1S1eadrIters of Interest to Attention' of liianufacturr~ Will b-4 $2 #25 X R S
41111n fse.P ahCalle'd to Its Abundance. PREmPAIDI
West Palmi IBeae- it, reported to lie ead wr mose ksd Wm m i Of -i~ --t..vise 'r n reOU OB
arest W4'ili el ill OUR~~i~ eit e'~ CELEBRATED COBCOUNTY COEN
out of debt. IS~ =UIATB 3bEASuLD
40111114111.L Jaekecnili A!' 11.4,Uli still- I Ir of tile i Copper distiii..j In the good. old fluelltioed 4710e
Waet t V 1fl tk-MIse S. of itepc f-od a r t cra'ce I, I soit 1111! r %%A oe an open I nruao. which Riv.e a delsely of
stics t itsLiv Svo net to ho' had iu other brands.
to have' collappie-d. It A?, i te 4111 11111 t( ~ r.i it Me'i 00. I h m Of Ithi-s eacceolleat WP.hiskey express peeo-paild

89. I Ltrsiurg it to hilve a ncew de- Il ,,l % % fill arv, thtiroccglly 1 I i',-tt $ .6
pt for Lhe A C. L. f i i!Inr ti tf1 vit'itsii i r i I a 'rt y
Jacksonv'ille needs more sell -of room t to Iiie lOwit, bl LcI iipolil kA K-4 lil'H a r s F vitRy
19 sccom In "od &tie the pupils. oflhet'r-A limoit- at Imp&t p i-tOd Ill TI ) (ict fr Loric'k onataii,9 no v 1, 1- (r d I I Years (Old is clamoring for more help riiill Ite X-oiod tiweh h iIIIi' ~iii 7 u Thits 0 ould o waa ta. hapr sso s. oOmte
In the poistofice at that place. Vir Jell %tlf JqQ (* ~~ ,, I h l'' of st! r What pay Itis tho hind of VqA010- so te.
Rev. Julius Het is the new rabbi a tsi'le I,.o.l -I fil IJ Isi l~~o-ol A&, w i .'.l to ce (* sice' snt~ r io so". toss Isstl uh e Wi e of mll i b tsiltel
the Rode! 8holemn synagogue, Tanpa. arr.s" .-il (,or ,pi ritig i it o* tCII i ii I ~ i~' lieu nc' i t Cobb County and I quart Harris ravor to
'[ie r itoii, It iillo ~tri. r q lirt (.eurnirc~rieei imaport I! re tNoge We for ;1,00, Oeapu prepaid. Bond us
Chain. H. Bliss l iorgnminsolo of tlhe it&A rivr a ttiruitgit dewipoii your trill eiride iltootday.
White Democrats for mayor tif Peunton.itt' ~'imit.~ bUR GUARA NTZeE If "ea are meat entirely
cola. ~~literI& llcr-11 R t.~ Aloglidti Ii ) v l. c er ..'artt la and sr goods ame out as re froeenaid. we
eols.~roun lla Ise bh meat!.C ede ,W\ manl. We make m
The people of Taylor ounty are Jubi- ii, oi*lcole''iar,.idf cii. you folsose by isaft 0iine so*tcc'00 ~kpmua u 'bees
istilag over thli ad veil& of Elie' Irw rail. ''~* 'ivelst Rlsho Ic'sev 0600. sen .IT.'re', orI~ Nstemal
rod irgiic .0(014trifa ierA i t-I e ~cifold a t hiel I IK rn Order.
The oncene de Leon Hotel at St.!eu'i i'tieae'l gdaok .r A. is HARR3Ss.
Auguitint' is practically citifed fur the Ml~ itr [nick hIict'oou, a r.'t irrd arm 12 Wti ~cr tth.~ ~ Lalton .fmeut. AT7LANTA. G.
eason.of ccii*er ag~ed 671 ye are, d ied lit Fo'rt la'1r- At brick muid tile' fao:oty t i I IuItK,
The county commissione'rsit Le'c'n rusttioss, tie-sr I't-iaoaila. Fil.'s'da) fl ight. i~ gren t~mi fo lloin i 'H* Ie
county have endorsed the '[snips fair Ifio scuj, et ho lie was visiting Lit'ij& clay niste'rini fecumliIn tthi. *10*ii project. E~arlit-v I-*c' it mttiured at flie l'ot. 'xt'ipticically adalited forr i l- i tio'c,
Perry is pining for ittre'et lights. It 'riop 1 1,.d iiter*ri d Ie'i: foil .0R 1110 of tit-iiig oft n very tirm i cls 'iw %% I, it
sed to bv a knotty loroblc'ni-strie t btoo-ill be ht wee'n O t~c chrrianej Oil- piruelcerly to*mlce' re'i slc iod nit -ti i~f~i' 1V(11 itDAM
Miam acd iiceltrioti S'ehooel. Wo'edoueoday, ree- Ilimre oft Trsade tic ini~c~ti'' it olliholk L T C .
iai Is making preparations for a 1%'~ ii st it) t '~erlirgN'im s i i' ii-ils h'e"'i i h
pr~ier bsevane. f D't'ratccnDayslIted IV to. Ill in Stiahe'rhatid favor. itig of a fattr- here % I[ revuill Pill-- 'i('Ite~~
A rp osila icr ofD61h.i n ay The vw m ill jilmiet 0 i t eth Ac ( .. eessfullY .
A her i m beahh Is ganngi opo- d triyed llj l to at Sumrierfle'id. Ma. The o iufflttee is no s o 51 rA k ina Ic he I. V Y E ~1 )
Thrim ec stgiigi o uch rm ieuity, Sunday, together with task asoligaheul, aI'd will be K. 11111111 Vcutel E. Adprp I I icLE i .71piedr.a pg1tIi hi
laiyas a place for bathinag. both sum. h'jlt rg n ldykla aa ~ i) t lk f il'ltcn i I~ I to uileVhS eI ii a ccsiiit nr o 11y4 thi ryar .~ a..I Il&
me, and winter. feet o iiau, aa t rd loss lbreclier titsle. si. 1w t aitic t "Ith lik i titles
William Lindley, a student at Stet. 0', l)sl Ballard's .Horehound Syr Up R7 I
amUniversity, was drowned in Litad- r~tve amu.crcic
197 Lake Tuesday.
cuah, usprrtsse-cl, ralttlig, itooinuc itici I,' io,. 41(V lI)? N~ 1 1. 1 1 (i. A K ) A \l I I ll 1~I' ~ lH4 I ~ K jv Oai i a igtou l ihisfr swolid duii (fii a party of 1(ainat Itro ifficult bit'sthil. Henry C. te'aros, osc'it a ii fIet of 1-rceiow iii kinvo'riue sti ad ,llue e1IecnaII .e
department, and is discussing thke idea at Fort 1.rccok Soiturtelm night. eajutur-ingit teleceg i irt,~m .[c Ni I4 'I I: Ii I Y~ I,1ANM
of paying the department. ing the wheel.' out lit Forti -Piz wer" co. Ilkti have twcut .u'hhitm k4l, A~i Ire 1 -. itt- -3'~~ di
Fifty addition@ to thes memboi r4hip of takeni if,. lierl's Hcarehutcd Sy reap for twoc year,.
the Kissimmole Baptist church Sr th- Ill tue cucliirtd helping St hao ilcve bietter ha ietsmuiI oist resul of the reeut revival. Afiguitt tie arit gidagng fit calie'salke that, beitermtts'ii. I selaKt li oce'm

The Miami Metropolis doors not care it)c the armapment el the whlite folks baelt for inore. I call Icecitly retncmfor a Criminal Court of Record at that Some of thie'ln uy itadulgo tit a "plank"ec mend it." 2be, 6WJt, $1 (4i ?1olid byPO W.tb rtybd aki1af' a.,i ht cutcln C HRE LM&C.
A Jersey ligbttainig snake killer eap. dan clon be relti-d oi. -IKL MI
tuvaed a reptile at St. Augustine this It the- p'scfleo of Hoclmes efifrnty tS1]I O .Ia I
weeok that had seven ratotle.. should chang' the county seat front )'~~~Nti~l ~L Whiskies, Wise$C
Po.Nvroand his Tampa orchee-, Westville- to Banias by the vote of DR HA & m iu r
__ -ill _lay at C^ne Isl_ d w-.- A' nex Tu1 da1 ther maLb aath'r!L'T

AlPom Naturda's i'e Sul" W. 3. mue. rete up- tw
J N. Kite if Hague was trading In the W41t *ad, hu. e hu be.* o6g w m,.amAm

Jutc t r fRheh a mer Lumber Ou., of whieh tw is land Ii* as
am ong the vipilirs to this city peotvr. eum risicmer. M r. Si~ckers bas A I a
day. in a couple ofweeks, Incmpany wt
t(,)tl aPni e -irh k HawthorwsLM.Ca of Odsls, to dprt for Th@ Som* "ih hI lf

toteday. are connected with the Cummjer Corn.
~W A. Shaw. a proitrrovive farmer of pool, sand gto on business for that con.
Mr. and Mrs. George Mason and
h ild r e n H. I Baker, a progressive truceker three, children have arrived in Ohe clty
of Island (Jrovs, was a visitor tu this from Williamsville. Ho., and expect to f city yesterday, make their future home here. Mr.
1C~ d~e epecialy ae fon of iesC. W. Wells and Interesting little Msoon is aeson of J edge and M re. H. 0.
Chidrn spcill ar fndofdante0 son, RA. N were visitors to this city Mation. sand spent his boyhood days In
md the hoske e ut k6meu from Aliscbu yesterday -this ipection, having left here about
and nc OIZCK~p~i ~ ioo cuiefllyMrs. J. L. tZelley departed yesterday twelve~ years ago. His old friends are
for Jekaomille wher she ill iitgad tie welcome him again. and also
to their food. frIends for' a day or two. glad to learn that be proposes once
As oodcae cn e m de nl wihG. Hartwell Kelley of Prairie Cre more to become a citizen of old Alasuperintosient of the Orill mfil, was a P hrmca' unayloy Sun:
good eggs, so also a cake that is health- buime visllor to this ciyyesedy Miss Dorm Smith of Archer*"5 shop. AIOAlanwlo
%f~ j ine Tbeora Fleming has gone to pnintecyYsera.and Emwo er ni*t it It adremov h
fl as WCI as dainty piust be raised with Tasims, Mionuopy and other points, pi' I hectyystray abi Of Frek]1. IMPis. 'a aa
I j~~ II. ~where she waill visit relatives for a few Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ursmm of Ro. Dc.. tove 6 day. Laokeae.oaysb
pur a~ perec baking p w e.days. @hello were la'the city yesterday on a erutto a1da. A5Cte
V555W'~~ powuer moft,. beal~h. mA reiiiorea h euyo
D....hl D.L. ,J,.J'ft..L1Mrs. Joseph. wbo has been a visitor visit to relatives. youth. Thousndis Wetly t m erwC
Royal a kie P5lI aowder is inlpensable to Gainesville for the past few weeks, Deputy Sheriff F. 8 Curl of Archer hatinoL.wrtsTioes.a.
sohas returned to her home In Newark, was among the visitors to the county Mim Alic Fovtt foriear y ae
in the prepaatioin of the highest quality caitlieseray O ce4-Fo ory
N. J. capitaltel eoveday.d wIth f rvehean la
T. A.Gay nd ssterMrs.E. R E.H. Lewis of Rochelle was in thet All remediesfailed. until I a~ w 5k of food. It inmparts that peculiar light- Lighteep of Bell were among the visit. city yesterday and renewed his sob- "f 'o~w~ouItIrnv h
nesssweetess ad flaor noiced n thers to $be county Capital yesterday. scription to The Sun. prfeclt and hipe. ey laye vagfqke
4' es, weenes ndflaornoicd i te r.Gay, who is an old friend of Thc Mrs. L. 0. Hester and daughter. Miss Ior tiAUpwaS wwl try satnoola.'PteN n
fies cke b ui, o gh ut, ruts ec. un, "alled and renewed his subecrip- Lools, were shopping 1 11hsciyysRATIONAL TOtLET (V., 'rTr.
finest ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ tin caeterutddu hatycuss.tco oeo They reside at Willistout. I old In Oainesville by .1.Bdfr
W. Prtr o Rchele on o T&se Perry 0. and F. Marion Ramsey. two & Co.. J. W. 'M~cnllurn o. .K
and what is more important, renders the Sun's old friends and subscribers. was progressve citizens oif Wisahoota, IJohnson and all loading dugss

food wholesome and agreeable to young in teliy yesterday and renewed his were trading in the city yesterday. -''U subseriptleo. He reports &hce farmers Mrs. J. C. Andrews and daughter. Oliver A M1urin of Nwer a
andold of his station busy with their crope at Miss Berths, have gone toWrAde, where among the visitors to 0hsay eti
this seasou. they will visit friends for -A few days. day. Being desirou, ofkeig p
ROYAL SAKINO POWOIR11 CO., NEW YORK. The friends of J. R. Flewelien, who Just received a stock of one-thou-. with the times, Mr. Muincle a
- - -has been quite nick foar 'the past few sand reams of tomato wraps %% rite head his name enrolled upi sesb
Urie ATVWarranty Deedse for sale at this of- doys. will regret to learn that his con. for lowest prices. Saunders & Earle. script(ioit (i T lir Sue H tae
fiee; per dusera. $2.50 per hus- dition Is little improved. His sisters W. A. and Hagme Strickland and Ithat the ciiizen4 (of Nwer r
NEWS OF CITlY AND d red Oash most accompany order. arrived here from Columbus, Ga., a wife of Paradlie were among the pri-an. I happy acnd prpeiu
CO NT C ND NS D is Hle Cnwya harming few days ago. and are with him at hs iaent visitors to the county capital yep- D~r. igiett, ieeial aeto h
CO N YCO E S D young lady of Saanhsse of Hiss bedside. te rday. 'State Board of ileiith. a be
-Ootswal. bas arieadIs pleasantly Elisha Sapp of Jennings Lake re- RA. 84. Iradlvy and charming dough. city for the past twitor the as
Xatters of Ge9"Wm Interut Bath. coated as the home. of Captain and turned to his home yesterday, after a ter, Miss Florence. were among the Ilir. Illiaggett hap iharite of istaio
WWe by Owi ReU Mrs. J. N. Strobbar. This young lady visit of a couple of days here. His wife visitors to this city from aeaahoota situation in thisl countyadsat may decide to make hier borne here. Is at the Odd F'ellows' Sanitarium, yesterday. that, the cases are consieal e
For Sale-Torunxb bred Barred Ply. where she had an operation performed Keep your bowelst regular by thfe nop creasing. tie has hadgrtsucs
P&MRCONAL AND SOCI00AL ITILMS mouth Rook ##as. My eackorels or* a few days ago. Friends will be glad of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver In the trvatmenit of iamalioada from Biltmore farm Oise dollar for a toko htsei mrvn.Tablets. There is nothing better. im) large measure, by his careflmtos Wha Hs apend etiWht s si ttng of 18 eggs Mrs. W. RA. Dreher, toko htsei mrvnsale by all drungists ajientdheissermspeWba Hasppe ne aendeaitIs04 misopy, lia. *-Iw.Bwks Chasn. Warren, who has been to Jack- Ils Lhur pjle.acamn ofrvwhich the cises o ten
is HppenTeldIn Gwt Pragmh I r. and Mrs, Clare 8i. Strouse 00oTv1101 for sI'eciabl treatment of his
So That "He Wks RUMa May 11eed4" departed yesterday for.Milledgeville. throat, has resumed his duties as night you stng ayofFrt hiterM wo a. Fce itit aebe rtfl
ft I The Son. Usa, after several Months pleabasly officer. Friends will be pleased at the Beench vIsn he iter, rs. ure t. Mr. and Mro. W. E. Dwhv e
J~ w aO %.spent in this city. From Milledge- Information that he is greatly Im- hernih nti ~ homreuredt turned from High Spricg n te
Uen. A.dsA. ao ofHoyPin a ilthywl scodt hi hm rvd During Officer Warrei's ale- Mr o r.4io .Sodnadpoints On Friday they hak h pes
Mrs A A.Talo ofKokyPoit asIn Solem, Va. Dr,. Stroms has on- 5sons te position was efficiently filled r.ndMs eoeC.Sodn a ore of dining with Mr. andt rJsp
sheppitag In the city yesterday. -aeet neagls~a okI y3 F. Kite. o Leslie of Hatchet Creek and L~. H. Harrison at Bland, and rpr ~
Mesdames Mellon and Knox of Ma.New York City. end expects to enter W. H. Pope was in the city better. alo raeFsihswr mn te eems optbyetrand
noywere shopping In the city lester. upon his duties within a Short day. Mr. Pope was for many years a those who favored 0ainesville with a Mr. Harrison has a ood adcmot
ta ime lie promses to advertlse resident and busiest man of Alea, visit yesterday. able home, and is noeverbeeratMrs. RA. M. Chamberlain of Tacoma GIaincesville And its 9991 11000110 at every but moved about a Year ago to Her: P. F. Minton of frangeo Heightsrone fled than Wheni he is nrain
favored friends with a brief visit yes. o pportunsity duritig the comting sum. _acndo. Citrus county, where he Is now -of the peogresive farmers and citizens friend. He is tmoess.d o htSuh

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