The Gainesville sun


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

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Published Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday


ALACHUA'8, NIEW BANK. ers mvt this da ,v, entr ntt it) adjournt'THE [I~hL CH PTERI LENGTHYSESSION 11uvnt of Tuesda411y. I S U f R
Has Started In With Fine Prosepects Present: .1 ('. lanur, chainu...n;
of Good Businus. OF. CO1T SOLONSws C. .C. Pi F.

Written8 Ito Sayo*a Rie neThe Fisad til ank of Alachua. Themin 4 tt teig cnalto ordor. Se88tof Clay, of G100rgi8, SSI
kr5 ahwhich started business lin that pro-0ae of the Most lanportant Meet. 1'" 'i iiol es were nader se-Issue of $350,@, .
greenlive town a few days ago with a .Ilit ,L 'I'ipl hepidfrsr capital stock of $25,000 and a good logs Reld for Several Yeairs. (tit on new. Vo SUIT OF OBERLIN M. CARTER hacking of solid citirens and business Thei (lamenile Sunl, a nw ARE TO BEAR NO INTERES
men, reports business very encourag- THE CONVICTS WERE LLASED paper inthit III (in Ginesville. Alas 1kh ing. From the opening day depoost- iina ctlunts. Pluribta, be, wd ts hevrohy ,
Federal Judge Kohisaat Has Decided tors have been pouring lin, showing Jtawis & Co. Again the Sv.: css ful Bid- that the Government Is Entitled to confidence in the now venture. and al- dersi-Contract for Flo.iul on exter the tit t toll. t or tif Alat-huna out' and Be Lawfl Money and Lega
$40.00 o Crte'sMony oeaedtogother matter have been rosy with Le toThgpnan1W11Pymn ,lutittelir !I I (1,11111t ta tilA Tender of the Governmelnt-B;I or
4400000 f Crters Mney oosthi till-flw bank. Ltt hgi n alPvin (I l 111".)
by I Aricn Erwin. tht. officers of this netw bank are of Bills-Other Busineslo lan nEmrioency Cur-rency.
Ohc g a .I -J d e ahm n a .1.. C. Bishop, president; T. WV. Pa aies lle ?:1at (' i1,T inT i1 .sit. W\V Io 1, , I I, 1An it nator4
la hel'ite F tis crcitcoutb hands. first vice-president; C. A. IIt- 4MountW~ ofc u t 0 0i ts 11\.1 tobI, Cil k ll as(11l hasm uitd a bilw isw s
reed'l d Ada1kd11111 infnvoin ftfavor.Wilofmstheondvocep1eidenillainsas rqseconddh\ vice-presidentio;im vliv. \rillIln 1d Itolitthel conLu0.0C0 too111 ont ananceil
tornment in tou ,uilt of Captan Ober. W. Mcetall. cashier. met asrqiv yla so lshu etno h oro tatholv ig at ue eretary of tho tres
11a li1 Carter, formetirly United Statao With such conservative mnagtniott the regi tvired votvrs4 w J, 1101 aayo E ot n)uy (bn ntecrdto h nt
arumy cogineer, chairman, n .. athe < 1"", 111.
tore Greeno msilitoa nor. year. "" a ritiiatitin lin stith form Iks he a1
The olautt m-isti that Carter was not rick, F. F Paultinx auda I' Town I11t11(it p~ it', the count &$0111 4ex.miout. 'IToto ploposed otes
lentitld to tk -e .,U00 Ls Union Par George Taylor Explains. mittnd. Tho tilng I-in a hd 14 h\ 6 1; th Other securi,,' traced by thes goverlL The Sun wan In communication with the selectionl, an~d ulp- I '1mple1t- Thnk it titimentlo ctoith tl Ibe bm l~.,-d tearer lil demand, and to be iawfu
wenttu s:# jjkitt vukeand George Taylor of Palter by telephone t1 1 .III-t Il t .II-1 1 ,o lt tfl,%t) i t ilI in ya ilia o d r h va
banks In 1.:us par-ts of thec0ountrY. until Januan ?rt at !(d u(.a h olwn e othh eontisdpetre ne s
Saturday, In the matter of ant Inter.Il.o11,C "ltIlt tlil 11%I'l 114111 lbti l p olorosun e
Undr hodt-isonth goer~z~tview which appeared la The Times. Tuesday, January 7. qrtccoki nmitilI&'u &*Iyh swta f
will retain t. i bsecu-Ities and tLbe fte- thelo of! th st o tq oig M T oA-,11 let Ilrylt I% .tt \ i~ Ita i & Co newsi $ treaoli r\ Dopiosit of thes tied Stae
amos b:e-wtited lin the con. I''nohe.hSrt.Iutn-r Tehadme nrglro10;P mnth for vrand mi #\ler) county bonds &lnl Wateo, ('on11ty and wmeaio
flection tof <'; wiln l CArter anid of Ta lr h sac mt nlnro e roment,. J 1),plr 4,anmn (.11 con t thIt n I, %fiied me pal hlnI ait itecurity for the saeI
Green xii i ii-: tnd the Imposing riewntative fromt Alachua county to .J. \1athtowpl. lit' P"eiidrick. 1' 1,1I1'nu ilttd 411t 111rin11 th Ol o r I'O*N hadpilu 44fth i>!W m11Jlllonelys is1 t of p:nne etneIs brought the Mid-Winter Fair at Jacksonville. inig anid .1, Tp nws Minate oI'has lte haui )r it. Last/,r t,. be sequireid anatl theo vnnntl. ofin
to at Wls 1hile the Interview does not say previous nw1t1111 wel~ ir dluntow .) $A00. it) towni 1111 p l t a r t twreet at this rat of to peor centwl
Funds Tied Up In Suits so. it would lilt Inferred that Mr. Tay- proved w~tithot reading. The follow trpl11. o- llotIlloIbts41 be exmatedo on the-Ase deotin The
ThIe A! nal o aptain carter, which lor had! assluritd that management of Ing ordfersi were then ninile: lt-4)11114(itta lAah It secretarY Ia retquired to di1lot rlIb t
tbo govvrun.nent te usuis were proceeds the fair that Alachua county would That a. FI. WVitng4e b4. paid ass Coulinia dIomn 's folwMi ttes" tppositea Iquitably amiongth of carter,. I) %::nt ith Greces and be present with a large general ex. tyadtrfrmnho Ncntr ~ o 10 8 ft riit Il he~ 11. several states olto popua
Gaynor, are tht-3 up by suits pending hbhit. when M~r. Taylor Intended to $40; W. Mi. Todlay, guard ait Jan. S25; proved upon tho vusullItioe th1 a il&['ft, hetoajst ot lrc la the fedferix I, ;irts of New York, -convoy the expression that the county Mioses ltherman., Janitor, 11:3o; liill nid .1 1) Unttliu l I haslrll An tmnmettoteAlrchlr New Jterary It \trainia,Georgla and, would have a good stock exhibit, and Telephonel ('o. 67;. J. 4' Mcarew, iu 4:11 rl v' itul is operat on vt frn oy bilt was introdored trY 10na1or Illinois. 11, it. n* etnient all of these possibly good mineral, roltton and pevNrrssrto.Stii attas ss esiistntvetut elson (i o innieuts. It provides tha
salts wert) clmsi:.e and tried be. naval ottores display-s. Flrdaeehn o 'hm d notiojhiral of all taes to be pakidb
fore Judto, Roiulin the liked i No effort iot twinir made for alrls Teon-o -o, 11J rsFderransw Fouitr horses1 muit wagonl. thenaoalbnngawitnepe
a a 'sIf"Streeper, care Chartle Wiw. $, 111*4's $1 U Ai litie 1-111 gv evto o t
States circuit court In Chicage about eral exbmi)t, bout only thle lin4ms above otretat et< n the averalpe amounts tof their note t
a year ag~o it i; the claim Of Car' referrottd to %ill te wertously coulid- ale (ksodeon. Ada itutandttrew aned Ellan bor-e- teamn, twloents fils- rents4 0M," elrculaition ishasll be set apart Inth ter thjat the fun,'.s in question were gly. PrdTownsend. S5 vach foor the ilupport. horse. twentys wats; foot panwnvitier^o. treasury ts a guliaranty fund for deoer on wan by I is titOwr- in-aw, the late re.; I.t. W in-1goen, stan111n,4 0v< 111il. relit. Said ferry **hall lie opeliral stars to the amtoust of their depoits
Rober t I" I,' t. of0 NeW York. Saura1s1ie Sl'01; Hf. reordjii rithbimt 141 trin :minrkw tol rinswt foir it litriod In ans balnk that stiar besome tno *
Thie v wit of the lonottrue. audy' ie $11; C W. It1auknlight. coffiln for paupor, 1to ,t varm 'ven~t. .Ithise fund Is not to bn allowe
tion f sor and harbor Itra- 'An al.irm of fir, %its turned In front $-. Ii. & W It lo11,w (-'o. I""As rorl Ttlit Oralfr* t2 w h Aurnit to exeCP.t $10,000,0ti).
pynV-;Ioy,ae ,I .I coast of Geol rgia. llox. 1 at 1 '.( o'clock 8aturlay afte-r ct-ounty judaie's t -ce. S143 ,f o lr. NIt I,,, reitok ill 3hphen n es :s anator Ittalkeir Introdiared a bl
Th. **o': 0ine tis f -%t Hich called thte department Kinistry k. McK ..r.%, prnt,. 4poiual qual Woa d o w w ho I t t ) In prestlin~g tor ertousessey e Irery t
;1r T .1 the contr11ac. t i usual prtimpltne- isto the rosh rt ct t al4. 8 It P'-0 1 1 1[.*# nob hb* P-il q... I inor Ithepu o~f bushil be Iton lby hankios through th
to~~- 4~ lirne t lin the, 0 1"1101441 t, t t o ped u er f rintnan 1*; I 1. P u In: oalr* 1 ~ ia o <* 1f ongstreelr orfilhe etirrestry Wih.11 l
It a*t Jill# ( "It I h\I I)! If i%(14 1, I'ort r t,,d fatally totit ri* o od f Ior t h vm lit I , p , ,a pr u lo h e r f t tre of~~~ ou $ 08* tl.iffli1



OF ACY I WE E R PA mot interesting session of the

Cherry Pectoral is so valus- cers for the ensuing year.Th Knd Y u H v
A Resolution Was Paused Providing ble la consurpption. It stopS The meeting was called to order by
for Repair of South University de wear sad tear of useless President Hamton, after which theWS
Stret- attrs f Iterst coughing. But it does more business of the seselon was taken up*A � AlwytBo gh
Wet e n-It COtrols tee ADtSnIRS the ensuing year, which resulted as ing5m
Ifclet thenes feverted soothes, h000ls. rte ndw.* *steewsagetdelFrTfnAm

From Thursday's Daily Sun:ulesteevIfl mton e bigfBe r th
The council met in regular monthly Sk OUr doctor aout this. Judge Syd L. Carter, president
session at 7:30 p. m. Monday, with Thebuthindeatestiosalal- Obristopher Mathesoi, ice-president
President Brooms, Aldermes Bunch "sold r ever spi n eers. C. R. IAyton, secretary and treurer.
Cannon, Miron and Vidal, and Clerk Aessrs. Hampton and Horatio Davis Always
S 'J. M. Del, present. were elected as additional member Aor forAl.
The minutes of December, 1907, et the executive committee, the of- (OTNARCOTIC.
were read, and upon motion of Alder. enAu Vo. oers of the association comprising a I
man Mixuon approved. we ese s s we s,** part of the committee..
Reqes ofcil metIn regulad m ory so yos staur dor a u is* The matters of revision of the fee
sesoiHae was m7: 30 p m n wb bill and revision of the by-laws were
ion of Alderman Banch referred to oe seu and a motion prevailed
the chairman of the finabe mt comm committee be appointed on *
tee, to investigate and report. of Duke and other for the unused ae. The committee will be appointed
Complaint of property owners on time be referred to the ordinance at a later date.
Lertystreet, represented by J. D. committee. Motion carried. The question of certain matters s
Stringfellow, was referred to the com. Alderman Cannon moved that th ia federal legislation was also brought Aprfectyemedy forCot
alttee on claim., upon bnotton of Al. street committee be authorized to r up, and discussed with a great deal *, everishderman Buach, to investigate re pair Unlysy os om Union o toa matter of aouse tessneMOS O SU.T0r 0ve

The following bills were read and ceed $250. Which was adopted. ville in particular, and it wa moved Tec S nature of
ordered paid: Bill for payment due by city that a committee be appointed to conFine and Cost pund-. T. Arnow, on crust er was referred to chairman fer with Congressman Clark in the

$14.05; Miss Is Hale, $3.55; W. D. On mioton of Alderman Mlxson Attorney Tho. W. Fielding and 3.
Broome, $14.08. Offers Pund W. council adjourned. C. Adkins were admitted to memberS. Broome, $75; J. W. Bennett, $8; T. sio p of the a ws)itllation.
B. ulls, $100; J. M. Dell, $40; B. T. Ar DEATH OF MRS. QUINN. fter dof interest si ate mat ACT coPY OF WRAPPER. C A S T O R IA
After disnn a'd foss othr SLatP

now, 60; C. L. Kite, $50; Water works ters of anterat tathe affctin te
Txpene folluwn-J. b.ilts $54.70 J. Wnell-K w Ly o Ts Ct ed meeting adjour d until Flnbruary : .smy siwneture.o
ordene puid Bit$54.70; WllKfow Laymofnti iywhen it is expected that the reortn
.Pults, $8. 37; II. F. Miller, $232.20; Away at Her Home in Memphis. f th Coressman w l I rae and A. Kelley Co., $120; F. Miller, From friday's Daily Sun:ptem mits. wil b
$83.45; Norriston Mag. & Abs. Co., Information has been received in pos Thot.4" Wil an .
$19.28; 3. E. Jults $0.75; . Miller this ity of the death of Mrs. Pat heaio
$14.20; Ingersoll Rand, Co., $1.170; Quinn. which occurred at her home in Medicine for Chldren.
Pepper Publishing Co., $1.25; T. II. Memphis, Tenn., Monday.
Ise$7.42; ain e.ville Foundry & J ceased was forty-five years of in buying a ongh medin e for chil- 1 H0 A0 N0 I E o
hins Co., $19.15; S. J. Thomas age, and was a sister of Mrs. E. A. dren, never be afraid to buy Chamlir- g
Co., $13.47: Baird Hardware Co., Imvies of this city. She was well lain's Cough Ibrnedy. There is noA
$31.81; Diamond Ice Co., $216. Street known here, having visited Mrs. danger from it, and relief in always
$P d. .3rsure to follow. It is intended espe- Hs ul 01 Of the most up-to-date Ice plants in the
Dell, assignees $6.10; C.C. War- many friend. here who regret exceed h wamlo in cough, d r ou n d Ltate Of Florida, R11ed aa8 nOW Open
gee, assignee, $3.40:J. M. Dell, assi- ingly to learn of her death. hoigcuh ndteei obte
pe $3.; 3. Dell, assignee. $85; Mrs. Davies was notlfed of the medicine in the world for these dis 8 f C ne
I. J. Riles, $221 W. S. TNeofowall* critical tainess of her sister, and left eases. It is not only a certain cure for ALag 01 to ge K fi or mngmi
6185; Gainesville Paning & CofDi immediately for her bedaide, but was croup, but, whn given as soon as the
co., $880; standard Crate Co., $12.27; intercepted by a telegram at Macon, croup cough appears, will prevent the ATi now prepared to handle feate in large quantiC. C. Peddek, $11.50: C. C. Warren, O announcing her death. attack. Whooping cough is not danger- ties for the FARMER at new plant located on the Sea$80. Pritatm Pund-Pepper Publish. The remains were taken to Mc ous when th I remedy is given as di- boad Rr.
Co., $9. sht nd-Galaeville Intyr. Ga.. where they were lterred reacted. It contains no opium or otherS board d GasCo. $A UleatePor Co., $323. Fire by the side of the husband of de harmful druan, and may be given as Scabor epot.
PUnd-J. M. Moersr $4 3.90; J. folks, ceased. The funeral was attended by corse ty to drg by s to an adult.
$a; asanders & Earle, $39.40; ails. Mrs. Davies, who is still in Mcintyre. coosleb all d erus n obe
vtt3* Ga & Electric Power Co., $3.0s:________ _________________. A. O'Nel $1.75: Deard Hardware PROM THE ANTILLESc Hawthorn News Notes.
SCo.I $1.6$: J. A. Naftagar, $4: A. W. Is Hawthorn, Jan. 7.--The young peolargent, $10. Chambertain's Cough Remedy Benefits plle had a pillan at the residence of
Bill of John W. I dennet for $h was, a City Counclman at Kingston. Mrs. F. W. Cole last Saturday even0pon motion o fAde Cano Jamaica. Ing. All rIaported a very nice time. preventtheAdisnowpreparedtohandleMeatsin
eerdwed paid out of the Oooer's Fund. rMiss Ltta Littledale returned to
Aldeman Miso moved that draft i.emnber of the city council at Kins Thomasville. Ga., :'odAy. where she To Visit ur Store and Inspect Our
$r amount due on rauher be referred ton, Jamaica. West Indes. writes as is atthdng Young's Female College. Lile of Goods Consisting of
to 1 aace committee, Motion carried. follows: "One bottle of Chamber Glen iI oore and M iss .Mildred JohnAlderma Bunhmdtat a duplO lain's Cough Remedy had good effect son accm otaid other as far an ack g ae img *in *a.~ n ci
cat waran beIsuedto he ains.on a cough that was giving me trou-. nilwhet hyateddabn
VIe entdry & Mabeb Co. for $8.80. ble and I think I should have ben quet. Mi Johnson returned hven at S .EaS ArEd ETC.
Wsrant No. Moes, $ssued August 0 s more quickly relieved if I had co midnight with a had can of the
1987. Carried. tinued the remedy. That it was twne.- milumps. .\ll the lpupils of the Itaw 'V0 pTOmlie Y'OU Polite Attention
Aldernan Cannon moved to adop$ Aicial and quick in relieving me there thorn Junior High 5thool .-xtentl their 11d14 LO~est Prices . . . ......
resolution author'i tag city attor. is no doubt and it is uly intention to sympai~ths., and hopi'e he wIll manie he s*y to collect from douanquests on obtain another bttle'" For sale by' Able to return to school. as th,'\ mi-**
ast Main. Mrbrty strDt. Aachus all drusMistt. her sntlie f e o nggh
avenue and Franklin street Moton Otto $to0k ha' t.* ofined t h s
IAde ll.$ed Hataaracca Entertainment, hou or the at I wIth la H SPRINGS, FLORIDA
ltre note for $850 be turned over to From Friday's 11stly Surn 111ss II ,o t theng two_the chairman of the Ananace committee ()n last evening the school t -e h -r a. I b. r ps it&in
to be credited on certtflcatee. Motion Rate iteracesas entertained the P'hi her- Monie *
carried. latheen claus at the hone of Mr and hr'!ide h s e
Reportai of Alderma lonW ot far Itrs aob t cellngtf uhan Why Suffer from ithoumatis., a Uea
~ Mrs. Rt herss i.n ~'ets additionf was'o alikdt a f uh ea.~t ie' vn i that rhctjrnd t bin'Etbihdi~
~ was adopted repr wanted There we're four inter iAih'r~ei~ fi u h'
Report andi recommendations of laigad msn faueo h nt tr ano It-.a rij~ It r'hazarer*DBRREWIIat
Light Comamitt."e releved and adopt ev-enieg. that of finding Iarter'. a ad ep; h oftatcrilyPure fiee old ry*. By the alle.(8.00.
ed. and igsht oreuired placed as recoin do.writione e'oetet. n iraw me aot n le .l)~.n i ernrl Four full earte $8.80.
mended and last tut nott leatet atr e at th*, means a gr.'at teal t Z.'"~! n kedi EX~ PRS8 PREPAIp
alith thou~ntu I *r *t.' ial

to reoitee A J Vidal of the cost of by Mt-sa Jobs. itwwh in te towr P Meet ag Medical Asso. atson. Pul trnjIan. ral Rn)$.n
remboving fence arne haing hoema I ..soilliai iter1 Th. I' t:'jl As Ne a fulquarta 'n $.7.F t
done by and s'aid for hi A J Vidal beP trhe r nst t' te I. -:.rt EXPRVsS PREP'AID

Report of the strvs*I -atensItter re 'A tw'' rs' . Pre *ura :ifml w~e.3
tive to charge. Agaes the city for, Shou'e~ld '*1 if. Po~'' .'.2. e h alo 6t& at an r fel eat
I ork on Ldhbert' liee haink assed to fe'ttat Pt E ., ,, ~ ..,. .35 XPRE$ P AI[)
Chrhstreets. reis'ed and ftht mpeit ' n: p
Aldermasm anyonea runs at- to j'lac. a or *. t r'~~ ~.. ('3jgygggy gy3
hi dreat at the cwrn.'r of t'oursb anti t'rt.' a \ wht OLDEETIOS CRN tya ann85 Pla fllgers
lranklin stress Carr i areast.- ... ''* 5,.ti. E%. K ii EX1 2 PR4 fellAI
Aidetnue ('anew n~"'d cht Pe- CL~e'* "'~,T ". ~ Tet fro'm t".ed..d warehooe ______RXR' -EPI
*tirtd e timanb os ate r st n n that. th, a r *t st ,.- .~ and E l kty she gaflee M G 98. L P 1 TE rwi CL 5
H Wn'e or f t (lainie* i10< $toe'.'; '. a)k Fe'a '''.'i V. in'~r tf!I qesarte 88 SI Rie sand mellow. By the galle. $..
tAunare aned have him oerrt iet -t:2 D'.I* 0auo ee C ag egateon KTM 8PR.AD RPT
uith the weas-r ..' as t dista..- o" il. As'> *i P t' T' '.h tv '''*! V ade l b I eas y.m eue bj o~m
a na~te a r o hetaateriff rt ai ts- f* I' 1i 5J' T htaY' izm** t
Aldertasts Minton Ithn'e-d that the' Vetu od us ?r doa tn' t! a ci'thlig v ..este2 '. a u s i seSEiU *ie uW** S pahe..
maiaoiepat hne..... *, u &' ., .' .. so hr us, Voe i cnv ari n. w THlE ALTUATER a FLATAU LIQUes coEPAIy

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WilEndeavor to Sueceed Himself as

AT CEDAR KEY Mya irTO1hodWl torAttorney-Goneral S OS OS 40. SUCCESSFUL SERVICE
itvodfrietid. General \V 11 VM W'hen a~ inicit.i has stood thle test4 for a period of more tuan two genl
InTeGreat Storm Of Last Find Them So. that he will be a candidate, 1,' 1 errititis I 1,; Ow mor ~e poptil r thatn aver, thitre can be so doubt of its
himsel as wrney-eaterl nirit. I liii. tlt-u rveti of .S. S. 'e [t4 pvr~ ioof existence is masked bya
Monday a Night.-enr~ lil it( cl~e of hihi an skin disuaes of ve'rv character, anid its voale
XonayNigt.To have the pains and aches of a The people of Floridat vii ''" in the truatitit t of switch troublesa ha-t lwcine sotI w e'll known that It I$ todil
bad back removed; to be entirely free hler how vigorously the ca~uilaY of tile~ itvt v xtets ve v-ue bksxlt iedic tie on the ma tket. For RhelumuAWI
-*NE SO 1LE SURVIVOR OF CREW from annoying. dangerous urinary dis- Hion. NA. it. Ellis for AttorteY (ocneraI C.atarrh, Sctfi&lZut Sotes and( Ukterm. Skin Disea~es and all other troub&
____orders is enough to make any kidney fu er g a P~et1\cr iet nipr rIosnIcniino h loS .S a oetla
sufferer grateful. To tell how t ouryasaowsOpsdb o.det ni ueo O~IeIcniino h hxS .S a oeu
*f Seven of a Houseboat Which Was great change can be brought about pirate Interests, and to w hat 1lzimblI, It co'unteracts andi drives out the pobion%, huniors andc germs4, cleanses III Wrecked-All Damages Have Boen will prove comforting words to hun- methods resort was unitcrill i,d lytci of all q~hatt uttr utstedit,~ emnnl et
Repaired and Traffic With Cedar A..s o Forida seaadef41rs.ret made to compass his eefea( Th 114) strollig, robust hecAlth. While the loodu is wea..k or anactuic, anti unable tI A. ertngseaanof 19 sroeet.plequiklysawthecloen ootoffurnsh the bodly with the nourishment and strength it, S. S. S. Sul. Key Is Going on as Heretofore. Pescoa Fl. tosli bow to do IL He p~ ucl a h lvi ot~ plies it with the healthful properties and acts splendidly in toning up amY
As n viene f heseertyofsays: "From my experience with corporate greed and dot-fet'tet the reinvigoratin g the system. It gtes down to the very bottom of all blood An n eidece f tle eveityofDoan's Kidney Pills I can strongly schemers by giving the oflit. to 111111 disortler. anti in this way reaches Inherited taints on which the ordinary the storm which visited the Gulf Coast recommend them to anyone in neeid by a handsome majority. F-or tht'ir blood medicines have no effect. Not only is S. S. S. certain in its results
In he icnit ofCear ey onay f Ki dniclin o thd bakael cofldenove In him tba eialt I he ex. but it is at the sate time an absolutely safe renedy. It is made* entirely of might, which caused a great property caused me suffering at ia for pressed his iloalattdc fit tht, pitlik roots. herbs% andi bairks of known healing and cuirntive value. It does uot loss and the loss of life of four men, years. The first or second attack I prints Immediately after h- contaita the slightest trace of mineral in any formn to damage the delicate Is told in The Times-U~nion of the 9th did not mind, but as time went by tion. and It Is nox with ,oo,* 11-id pilrts of the ms'stem, and nify be used by children with the same good restilt
Inst..~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ m Ip. I comncto ro ea hyg o ul w rll and ittiesW that film fltivs point to the' record And plerfectsA'fety as byoldierpeople. it is not an experiment to use S. S. 8.
K~ey. wasup a d cul ul akadI d nteofc fA it is a remnedy with a record and one that hkAs ~:Vcitl its worth by its forty
wsadfiutmatter to straigbten up that 1110 has maeithohe'fA- vears of %tict-easfil service. If you are in neti (If it llotml purifier for any
This story is not half told, as there after stooping. while the kidney seem torney-General. which i'o'iow Il co CAWI beiwi the ilise of S S S write our pliii.iii iid they will Send yOU were many hardships oil the part of U011111 were irregular and unnatural. stant effort to merit the conilince a ixxik cotivci iiinv 3 our tremble, and will 11i' t without charge any special the occupants of that unfortunate crew Doan's Kidney Pills cured me. From sorpsd ethcal astive thAt is eilrd
wihwlneebeflykon personal experience I know that this rumre thated til, ,neIRR W TSECP O.ATATC
wicnth o r wil n e e fy k o n. remedy can be depended upon to ful. It is now ru o d t at te s m'r n S I T S E F C CO. TL TA G .
mean hous ofanxityof suspense, fill the representations made for It." forces. 'with others occtie' ig high .-- .-------- ..
and an experience which the only sur- For sale by all dealers. Price 50 places. of whom he way hit\,, occae. vivor, who was picked til on a reef by cents. Foetert-Milburnt Co., Buffalo. Ion later on to say more, irt, niow indly hands, will never forget. New York. moole agents for the United an aebe o oetti oigteTo W. Bbandu William R. Steckert Charles A. Vaireloth
States n aebe o oetm oii te President Vicle-President Cashier
While the loss of life' Ii this great Remembert tie name-Dolan.s--and political compass to'lfind sonit, pianiut hurricane was ('ompharattilt'Iy light, it take no other. piece of political timber to foist ltiil
'Was an occasion whicht those who ex- -- -~-----the poioopleo an their next Attetrue'y-en.
perlienced will niot solot forget. Many Line railway between Cedart Key and oral, their cry being. "We must tieoyster boats were out, as usual at this main line, which was damaged by the feat Ellis so that graft and v( 'plorate h season of the year; but those in corn- storm, has been put In condition so greed may flourish." IAt the'- li*4bile so. WII. so
smand of the boats, trained by 11f-- that the trains can now pass over It. keep their eyes on the candidates for long experience kilew that there was "The county bridges on thir public this office, and particularly tlle, kind
.A stormn brew ing. anti all peut in to road, Including the canal bridge, were of political company the)- keep. Jans. who. t~vvn through a lack of fear communication with the outside court- Attorney-General for the past four or ignorance, reniaiti'd well out Into try by conveyance Is entirely cut off." years faithfully, onietulyand the current, or streami. Tile result Survivor Tells Story. uittiringly; hit Ina lawyer o& recrogniselod 9A
,was that their cra ft was tossced like It is said that after Mr. Hodges ability- aid absolutely Incuirrupitihie, Um st"e. ca"it MWI ity oepwwy
match upon thet- anvry waves. caus- bogtheolsuior ftisas a public official; his pI ate life iot
ig destruction atit o os (if life, houseboat to Cedar Key, and after he clean ntorall. antd It 1-1 generally ~~
Times-Union Report. had bee-n sufficiently succort-i to rot known by all who have comte tit con- C .apital Stock $100U,00U.00
'riv.Tn. I Owl i r.-iert of this sadt gain Consciousness, lie stated that Ito tact with hint that he Is iinwt-riiing anisforitine' ".-, ;t.- tehlews realized that soniething serious Wa int his devotion to duty.
"Cedar Ko" 1.1 Ill rTie' onl[v ur. about to happi-ti as he could tell lby F' 1l K \I). DIRECTORS:
ovivor or tilt iii it. ci titise iut that the heavy clouds, tho heavy roiling Quintcy, Plot January 10, .1 1. M1.'1i li I It 1) Cril-ft en I J F- Jaikit lion I)AI,was s~vept ;o'. 11% I lie seerlit Monday of thle wavem, *ot(. Ile was on1 watch, %%IiI eur~i ir% fIllowTWShw- Cm anol
night, V A it 10111 Il i 11cLay by Mr. W. and wenit dioi into this cabin. awatk- DR. CROW'S1 LIECTURE. Wti t'kitI1 lI ''tsI lail la 'ir~el
It. I It elize ollp1, 1 toee e search lug Ing Misl (omlanta i an e nso tify ing t hemi for thet pit\ Ili pa[dit two (1113 to 9t ')Ill. leut illey 1111d no heed'( to Spoke to Fair Audience at Public NV 111 F F'I"h: I i i V YI HN (i 0111111 II)IN B A N K IN( TIho' 1iei1et eIil~tid fihe' 11,i hi-i warning. gfilng back toe sleep. An School Auditorium Yesterday. h'ZuILIw:, 11 Iill); io Il. houir aftur-rwird?, the craft. wii-h %as lir' C. L. (Crow, of tilt- eie'jorti ii-tt .111dc ~%0I ~ Itlt Ie 1su it -boi I usee tt was tth of in rit lanittingtes, t iilie'r~ it of
flystur tar v .,I Afiter ,iati mo-ircy of t~wtiewaves. and Ii it % hort lorida, accNording to a i iw'itdo.luig Iltill- W i lo '. 1 ll ee a (iiee- timie' broke' tit lii#'twe The latt thing liveoresi a lecture Thursdit) ifteriitei SlAJo IT OelmM g
till' lee,tt N%'.111 h anmid IIlIe' Inc-l ho' re'iin it-ered wam clti&alng to the in t hig aditoritin ief t he (hilNiiit i. ('11111K 14 ,;lt ,, 014 t. h~itt U111t ultiihp) cabin houses' wnd whenti lie ro'gaiied 4m. Graded sad 1i10 Schotil. takiilug asE.. OL
were' (ohel ff tit Kak\e' up froin ex- tire conilcheusteei he %am oti a Illitt his subject, Illighter Kducat lean lit----
haustiton Ie1. 1111111 lmi Sai'e( It Ito evident. from thie re-port of tht" Germany, and In tile, 11rnitod Statene A hatwsci of 1"Iti. sa fs*U Informaion futnlohed emrdli Ion& In the eely, 061
hinp-4elf itw tinq l w ow th- ialli, %Ahieht Cedar Key c-orri-loienent oif Tile D~r. ('row Iis agetiletuali of refIlied tbasvor k"a lived to %hM oustilv 34 roas tie I*11 shorsmillp oteenwsai wi~ Itee SA OeN drifte-ti ol ;tit ot- r re'.' tw'ar Port 'rinien i 'n. oli ht t he unfortunate education, and hisl reqnarks tipten this .. I- .- -- r--0---4-- I I q I. t% I r
lulis Hi te- Itii 'A oi- ntd hllv a tug. 111 nupiut havr udriftedi teghteen or occasion dernioustrmted the fart that boot ini relic 't iei. nearly y extte'rday tiw'nty luiie'e. filu. li lateim(on the he wasn well versed along the. lines-anorltIniK ii I .l pti at hi. ('0114it ioll retrof at IPort Itigl is upootil which he sil eke. Thiesee waho
fo-lI-o lotki, v- ith htimticel the'- All tisitAgelo Iihe torf ir'*r'e thadte etr er' eym-il FIRE. ACCIDENT, SUROLARY AND IN09MNITY INSIJRACE.
vaismi wcel I it lapit die-ti freme #.k Ce#dar Kp',#Blnot%. niiiwtuti..ass Is r-tio ressod, and feltl ''teat. they hade re- 14ti011a sunmher of t tioeenol-'st Alaeerieemssad NMI"hope


GAfE,6VILLE SOME POLITICAL HISNTORY. antl- I forces. led by some of the i ..A two months, and his would have
8j / %1'~tt -&'auaI- t ame arid most skillful lead- been an election by a Legislature for
iT. J.T APPleYmfi, Odlto of 7U. [ake ars that,.ver lived in Florlda-notably a full six-year term, and not by the
__________Ciy Indaif md COOe of the best poeW among whom were Judge Joseph ft. appo'ntment of a partisan Governor
ptered rheeiber .11. 1"11. at Oats..- men in Florida, rqalst11 PeA polild- Wail of flilisborongh. Hlon. El. It. In i~aymi(rit of a Political debt. There S
vll.. Fia.. an Pecorid-class matter. Cal history, gives the following Inter- Hammond of Orange. lion- Jomejoh F. can he found Ini the career of no man tnder Act of Congress of March 3. eating review of the grest Can light Days at17 Columbitia. ion. Rtotwrt F. any trouigr proof of perfect sincerity
-~--~---~ of 1891, Imst of wlch is familia to Rogers of Suwannee, lion. Fred T. andI i;rfulterig loyalty to duty than
Published Every Monday and Thursday those who were tatereuteid in the out- Myers of Leou. and others---outgenier- Is t :-rilsheoi by this occurrence in the
a t Gainesville. florida come of that great PolIWa contest: &led the Call vt-olj)'e in the caucus by polit~oal carppr of lion. Frank Clark.
_____ -----------"MISS JefeSOn Bell, who. it must Passing a rep-iution In the e-a'icuF tI re~.EnaiI nCnrs roni
ft H. hVCREARY, lEditor and Nw-er be remembered by those who reed her adopting the two-thlrds rule, and thib' dI,;:r!rt.
--Comuniocatlams to the prervs on polkiJ- providing that in the joint session "Can the fair yew r.-g writer whose
Terms of Gubmpitli: cal topics Is part andi parcel of the each day the votes should be so scat. political writibgs we have endeavored
The TwIcoa-Week Sun $1 a youa# Broward administration. being pension tered as not to make an election of a to qprrect. point to a single 'statesgAft mouths 60e.; single copies, 6c. clerk In the 91111e of Comptroller Senaitor until Cie caucus had, hby a matt' in the Broward clans that ever
Advertlaing Rates: 'Cruam. 1n At UWI.0 article. mys In two-tb.1145 vote, nominated a candi- turned his back upon a high office and
Loml advertisements. 15 aents a SbteAC t"a Hon. Vank Clark will dates for' the party. With these two stood by the wishes of his constituMbe fr the ft and 10 cents for e be retuinued, to Congress with rather points gained, the anti-Call people Ients. as Frank Clark did in this nota110i11t010l hmertom an eay victoy over Wes opponent. Mr. went into the fight determined to win. ble Period In the history of Florida?
Dispe, dvetlt5ftp t eni; but Intimatos that he ought Mr. Call had sixty-three votes in Not much. They are not made that
iE nd ~ele ntk Stspcia ~ zno to bei because Mr. Farris is sin, the maucus when the contest began, way. We do not claim that Mr.
fiis fwulehd upo epictm.
Marrok"gO D.Bt nodcee inserted cm'. and Mr. Clark Is not. We are but he lacked three votes of the re- Clark was the only one of Mr. Call's d l
Dim. OlbItuarie, 6 suts a line. not stur whether Miss Bell does not qulsit. two-thirds. Clark was a Call lo)-al fifty-two supporters who could know more of Forank Clark than this man. anid "n the very beginning be have had the Senatorship at the time.
__ Our Clubbing LIst, article would Inidate, or whether, was the recognized leader of the Call He could have had it, and could thus
(N. Y.) Worl ne, yar ...... $1 knowing better, ber VIalion Is elaieded People onthe Nlow of the House; and have entered the Senate of the United
(N. S a". Tore aai (e 0 by the dense Browaril for tha ein- in the caucus Itself be and Senator States as the youngest man who ever 6111111
Wow h aia boe tneta(. 1.75 velove the lady. as she draws her ml- Dlton H. Yancey of take divided the became a Senator. But he Jput It aside
1% 111M and The Atlasnta (0n.) WtY as "Pension clerk." by the grace honors as the undisputed Call leaders at the command of duty to his people rIUsms qJ
Sm.*ebvJ00=1 M ea 10Of an adminsraton that would be on the floor of the caucus. Many were aii he understood It. ___Ihe aun and The 11eal-WeeOkly delighted to see Claot defeated by the hot oratorical duels that took "This high offce wap likewise ten-Tiga
T~asUlci oe yar......-Ferri or anybody else. place on the floor when Hammond anid dered to Jeff firowne. Dalton H. Yaw- 19r dnrtzle ye
WWOwil at eptstupsof "Whatever may be mid of the pop- Dougherty measured swords with Yan- cey. Hen Calhoun, UT. Gaskins, and .eor di soluo Rye tyW
rgrdenominatiou thisa 2 Cents. 11W COgreeSMan fmm this district cey end Clark. For more than six perhaps one or two more. We were sew I1 n woodi, mello
______-- --------his most bitter oneomy would never week-n-cight art#-r night-the weary commissioned to trade with some of ': of J1Tr8 flavor. It
fabrloa ar redt e mp charge him with being an insincere struggle went (,t, growing more bitter them. But ens-h stood like granite'' i- tv best vil
In renewing their -usrpinTe a. h rtro ~~ article has as the session i~f the Legislaturt'. by against the tempntationt. th:~i. t oneiy c
Isa.e~eefo nt nela wensometimes differed with Frank Clark constitutional limitation. dr?-w to) a "The Itrowaru i means of' today were;
your time expire%, so the date of ex- In Political matters, arid at other close. Mr. Call had itteradily lost. oreiinknown In politirez at that time, anid ; ; '~ a i
pitatln Is lainl show oppo ieus, has agreed with him: but loy one, until wlVat wai known a-; Th'wior rdtore rtecentl.y appointed Senator; i ..,
your name. Remit by ShtO014 stamp. whitther we wero staniding shoulder Talll Call (' ham gone s!awn tolwas fit n'-re-.; Yancey, Cal-I 'u N *c Our cuaw~e er money order. Dolift walt until to shoulder with hill, as we faced iij anifty two. I lvreiin. ltrowaic, (Clark. (;a'kias arid I I '. -.' lain OrSomeI ont rnw u O enenly, br faighim as wteae d "Trhe object o f the anti-C'all fi re.'e otho rs were makiungFord hi.-;i tC *.
NOThe white papr on which ytour ..)nwilagedfll
The Sun Is printed aen. aosts us In i:harta coufict. we have at all times 'A am to go oaa :,. (I on until th. le l anid writing sonw (or Its brightes~t ,A *i it
ene~iaif the price of subscription. admirfed the mant on account of hi f lature shotild o'I lo-avlueg Ohl- aj point. pa1e I ort- the''' j.'opi" whio .
-------------------------------------absolute candor, anid his absolute filel- 1 nn'ntt of a i-eiatur to G(,'raevr loI iran a r'new ii %atrro ,-t Inug to thnDi. or : ~ i ,
Molarioi 4tounty's "wet' or "dry" el'e- itY" to the cause he espoused. Frit til 111g, who was a A.ilwart aat ('a11l n:..e1 ;il ll f'ljor lacticjl 11)16' anld 111 i" t. -41.. ats Mi-de
thai occurs o'n January 21. nor foe of Frtank Clark. duriui Ii (lark. 'iattc#-% Itrowne. awn! oth-ir ht), to the' ltitoer.'t~. (if tho. in-hl PLY~n C,
long and activi- ljoilt Iae ( ar.-- r in taw this. andl -crutlne'l tlin I 0. r. h l wt he'es eer' (if."-
-a h pitr arid relieve your Florida. haq4 ev-r hald to) hunt hin 111 Ve 4ia inily' 01:1 1 v t',i % 111. ;1:1(1 1 1jt I IN
ecu11science-if you* have any. when an tsuot wat p.erinq for s.-ttie'- wA 11 to atliIrti 0, caie' (t ioe (too .: .I! .~
- ~mnnt, or when a battle' was In peros. then go ut Ini 'ht- Jel lit 11.1 rjl tiiIaci ~.Ott~it 'e~Zelil
Owing to the Increased cost of pofet. In county or State corve'ntior;. elect their c;.nel kt -. The' caucus halli Prank ('lark v'uies* frrena the.- citi-s.
whites paper anid other exptenoes The In caucus; or conference, in Stat. leg howen held e'ach 11lit with openi door, ili-.4 Aoerk fit ('engre-'s 11ha twf more Plorida, Agriculturint bait changed pub- Imslti ball, or In the Congress ot and as the# rit I ,n -still of Tallithaoee' along till- Iip' of helli to the fariner.
Ilcatlon of weekly to monthly Issues. the VnItod Ststes---nny where and wait bverwheintuegly anti-Call, arid( the i.- realizo'aE that btoaz-ds, of trade in everywhrr-C lark has never been put lobby wasn jack-d by these out'lie'rs the hig tuewns ca lixoc after business A Pennsylvania judgei mays 'No kiss in the 'doubtful' column. tior can a every night, Alto ('hevtred the anti- matters, hut the tiller oif the soil
In the world is worth SZID"If his single Instance in his career be point- Call forces and jemoied at the 13011- nust have' affairs attended to by one hoor Is a married mart ho- will have ed out where he ever mounted a stor's supporters,. it wa4 rtute'rntned In abs~olute to-atujathy with themi.a tie squaing this with some of the 'band-wagon,' or before taking his to clear the lobhv and debate the que4- Starke. Telegraph.
Ma e od i wf drngtestanrld on a public question, he eser tion of adjourinenit stipe die behind .thiynghetliwfe d urynst. 'Put his ear to the grnd' to discover closed door*. Alst ionie reatkn must l~on't be stingy with tips to hostler.
::7-.;; ':: _'- -. .-which way the crowd was heading. be found for this procedure, anid Clark One' of them may die anid leave you Th*ie-ao romrsta No, ~Ilas Jeffle; you don't know the sown furnlshe4. (unintenttionally,. per. $70.-t4141 Thiis haileed In Pennisylther TIome-no remars that rifUan. You're too young In year and hap.) ample reason. lIf got into a vania-and a hotel clerk got it!
"there I oe itAelaeets t oua t y a his political life. Somebody has bren fool, very heoted d~batte with Senator It. -yi ea elced en achuie ornt this IRg You. You're too fair to have done Ir. Kirk of lIerando, which finally txofie monghe eahocsdt f r that- this on your own volition. Take our came so hot that It ended In a jehyaci- TI A ~
noi, amon dte doss offerinte tor5 advice: B~e from hiswouri; and the cal enounter' between the two getle- q A~ I~!
mi e It uie, dut ot vt next tirae omte 'bread-andbutter' mnet uponi the floor of the caucu.
7isef. 77. hanger-on of the Icreent admInistra. As soon as the fight started, It &VAtlwnwlmlolWI 11a1a nthan talks -to you about Frank (lark, peered to us as if all of the mn' We.-____

I loss

Well-Known Party from Pennsylvania
Ex10ecteSd Here in Day or Two. 0111
STh:E!rot Suda'. Daiit Sit: 200 i OACKS SEED PEAS

StoleCehng,Jewelry ani1 Other tir sud sportsfitn. who have been ai Things of Value. (luatuited 1.) vistithg this section vor
:asov rbi nwayll ytcars, avid m ho hat eI ~ 1
i taiy frii il! t herv. are' exliovteNI Eliott
WENT THROUGH REAR WINDOW th"- Iir-I oif the wo'vk, and shortly aftcr- JS IV E D
%% arti %will go IiWit their annual (Stnip
Fereed Open Shutter, Found Things on 1iatk i-anainiha. where inerrilnit Esy, and Proceeded to Stock Up on Iand g~tod cheer will roign supreme fior oI SIN( oV111werthig Dsiabl--foloClu Yt Ge nvxt tw WE.)or th rvo woiuths.
Everthig Deirale-N Cle Y Thllis poi.&ty antitally cniplrises Cons***pod of Offenders of Law. mhodort, It. W. flotall. Dr. anid lIsaac E a s aletA ak is
4'oi Hs~a~ aiySnatton, Major George Blly, Walter Ev m lris lsaFrtand Best
tr the 60l few weeks, from time Titlow and Morgan llgglubotbam- Pr muDe
to om'd, it bia' been re~)orted that rob-i. all clever fellows, wt'll-to-do. who are h a ep i xr E ry N t xeso
"ip, or burglars, have been gettng loookiiii for a good time. aid, usuallyA L 17
'i their wori In this city. and, des- are~ not dlsnplpoitrd. Teiepaione Bliss Abiundance Eugenia
pite the efforts of the omoiera to ap- There will be this year, It Is un.l%.%-~s' prehended the offenders, so far they stfod, several ladlesi with the party. Mvci.ean's 'Advance
have bpen unable to secure a Clue Including Mrs. Blatton. Mis.' lBatton. which would lead to the arrest of any- amd Mrs. Higginbotham. While the ease. ladies will make themselves comfortThe last victim of these light-finger- able In the city, the gentlemen ex- '7 ~~' i "n ~~,
ed pilferers, who carry their nerve pect to send the usual time In cai- EEI cooS\ I J )~~. ~ . .jL
with them In the same iack witb their life. W~F 'W
tools, evidently, as J. C. vanb. prto- COLFAX RESEK AN LODGE. 66Re i bl S eint
prietor of the Evans Rtacket Store, on ____r e ~ D ~
West Union street. feeWrIntlefothEsug
Mr. Evans came to his' store Friday Ofier W iere stlle fotiteEsing 1. 0. BOX I IAII E ,IL ,4 FIX P ON 12K
anorning, to find that the place had At the regular meeting of Colfax *** *g gg gg gg MbMli Iittit1111,Af M~MAMA
been robbed, aw he diL-coverod that~ Rebekah IAdge No. 2. hold Thursday -1 ,
the shutters hadd in-eui fortled open. toi-riiiig, the following oMcers were lint-______________________________________________and an entrance had NunEl securedlstalleid, to serve, fur the cuivuig GENERAL LEE'S BIRTHDAY. through a widow. Mr. E~vans~ noticlt4rA: 'ib mt hpe ilHl xr
a general cofllfi lit the arraiig,- I k ~aTusy 'I tirs.i Kirby clies a per HWule Hridy.e THE M ERIT OF JEW ELRY
Anent of his ( oh iig, etc-. %%hirh he 11. Morris, N". UI.; M1 ks Nettle ltobb, isl aOprHoeFidy usually k evpt lit sy 1111.1a!c h' aiv, andt reefird lg secretary; N lot .4~ b Nlld rom~ Stmlldu)' $ lallY 8 til I t p'I) 111141 "'. t I~i i~fiiliki th 11141
Shut t, Mnl :0~ secretary; Mri A. ct~. io( I*.gtc tl. t, cpo l''ll .-Ii \ irl o w ill l e'i11ilig ikv)e Wit tl Fski olt i~tiK
store bad tIenn i~te'i d'aling this night Cti-hini. fl-taiuiresr; Miss l1psiII- i vEl- ( itr.I it Ii.uheh'Xciit 1': 0 i i&A.Nir.w%, o) E' i c t X iEI II Iot rwi- %h ~n i d(I
by a liirglir. ly waLrd~en; Silas Jersip llurnr'tt ('0111. fedost iE~ ll-imitud to ariin iii fr the 1 .4" 1- lI it i-i'll s II ls' Il 11i., s,4h, 11i,
Se\vral artf, -r, :- inissilig, In- diti-tor; Mrs. .1. 11. M orton, ('hilllaiil "" x.erellooloil litipo (liio -, l 2 i i' E~ ~ fir it is, jw .1 %-~ I1h' I kril ti fikirl 11, lI~ i iiy I:1 w lls 114
ati e,41111lom t i 'llc o 4 1 iar'#, 1o mI~ istg ) i istir .tNcrid ml~ o ii i.. siti .i~r% n
c1ludigjt\ J cv r 'f 1i iU.- k-t.. hut Mr. MIiss Gertrude Robert,4ofl. 1. 0( ; M iss *oom I.: lift' li4 .iir iovii &4 met, low sil Ill ltl I* ~
E~lalii d-clarc t i I llo~siblle to Niaiyane Hhutt, 0. G ; M ima Kittior Cir. :\lr4. J. \I. I it~Iit' k8attvrili .. eno-i til iiI&iil I Irlieits111111olks -% 1111L detlirnizae j-t \%],: the J.;ir*,y or pa~r. 11.1. V. S.N. G.; N11-is Wiiie l,' E aoi-, w'hets toalt' I-i \\vrp ii it. 'I I t ~I' I : 1.1 V s '-l 1A Fit Ii 11 ,,o i)\% V 0, it '4il of PIX
tit-, took i.t . lie (mtildl not tl I. S N. 0.; Mims Anntile Touilev. H. WZi i Ealls 14 110 to Itului a ii it tilt jus no hIv. t -oc.he ad n VU.;N~i C1iru ItilkE',l~.~. (~ Epurit. lions.' 1 l Ida, eii It t ,- I' I t .
jiist now ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ S IH hmtchhaonV M.mCtratmkeL.SV.(.\ r iiy .i,.,1rL.C S IT Gainesville, Fla.hand. I Ni icaWithuir4ipwtit ptaan!t. -at.a I iilt:i iIiliu
Tlt-' liol ce \\ o t -t 1' (1 this rot) I_____________ theii' litst. leceil tailt it i ll t kv 11''I 4s-- -~
bery. 1)ut htsti m~Eiitllle sio fur tol Scofield Seth0I Property. well an vislilag tal"ent. Mho llit o' A Surprises Party. pimo,~ Its thIndy.51 wiiK himuorid
id a clii-' j ( o. If. Scoflehi,. who hadi madei 1ila kindly (Eiii"..ltld to asistt tilt-' ladlot" ro tSieamPal i alkit, lirtivoi oliE l i f) thsoii. t l 1dijii, ai4
.Ni r. FRi-an i ttwl t ha n fi nvelaga- hotne at Bell for tile lsat few )'caro. Owing to) this facet that Gouii.'rnliki 1-ilri'm Tio iim of mrx 'atriil 1111t the xu;ti un thcii i
tion in the hiick-)ard olvvelopood that and who was etinliged In the merean-. blirtihdli thiN yL'ar fills o tit illay, i It m frcil fN ~ Iiuetegt1 e*Ia ii~ tvr
the buirglatr drct~Iec a iitr of pants, tile business th..rv, ha. dispse :af was decided. to) hold4 the. e'ttre'risolilit on staks boor it EII'1lihi tl tar itIr party wav. 11111 914d thAt th"Y EIiilil. but O~ther (lid not realize that he had iis interestSe to W. N. bowler, sellingt Friday. A ilmnall admissions (I' will I" 'in Prtday. e, uii 'nir hil Is %ait w.e'll at- At it lato hEour the 1g aesutw tiE'art.1l lost them, or Nxa fs rightened away In both his mercantile interest and his charged. the proceeds to Noi diit-.oted to tionfliiui, and at w hith inforrinitt itfter having beeu cordially Invited by such a rush that he did not have time home. It Is understood that Mr. the University scholarship and~ the Old re'liutnii istilireim, for a whflsc. ,the clevr hostalsoe to give bar smothe to pick them up In the dark. Scofield will locate in South Florida.. Soldiers' Home. .While the party was a real sar- "surprilso."



hear more ,from Giovernor Sohnsow of LEGAL AOVERTIUIE TS.
Minnesota. The Governor mine. to IL'.~~
HN T NWailhington recently and at a banquet tam

N EWS LETTER admiration and enthusiasm. and some S rI
Os WASINGTONrowing w
___"of the people In this section are wood- btom
Bryan and Taft ftw*kjy, (0ouit "rIng If the Democray has not some Is& s ~e se
finer Presidential timber in the Min- am
Thems"Irm on Publc Qutfzls neswta Governor tha they have Growing girls need care. advice and medicine#,mdao ri o oldot4e l
realized heretofore. The boom of A ecfuwefyo 70ro It Shsettr
OTHER PRESIDENTIAL BOOM$ judge Gray of Delaware does not eseial one rechn thHg fpbry .
-msom to take any hol onteIiil mother's tender care 0and words of caution will 1 .was3110
1111117.e~e or
nation of the people. It Is hard to often accomplish wonders.' As for medicine, a via1L&Z-'M
People of the East Intreted In Gov 0 why atdemo ors, u ti ete *-. ~~r~
orno Johson f Mnnowo-Juso ay wy Itdoe notflsafeh batId reliablesafeastrengtheninggthein tonic Is sisz 04 0111101, b
ero Jhso f ine~a-~Pprobably due to the general beie that Wie f arul
Gray of Delaware Does Not Create Mr. Bryan has the all In the snfe o Cadi ~Itsom a1111110. s~e
Entusasmasa anddae. atonl cnvntin.Whtevr ayIt will prevent and relieve pain, regulate the S.AL 001t
ftca Soom Th Dat be thought of Judge Gray's boom. i to ns., dea ther~ i cot~o adsteurt Ae
Wahigon D .,Jn.8.l hsthere is no doubt that be. aoiands sw9sflS S.W utoop~nl~ uuist
3ostn seech seretry Tft erythe respect and the regard of theth Cftttll.. .DOM MIL'J0
dearly defied the difference bo. people wh knwhm et It Is a valuable medicine for growing girls. 'It lmio oi AVO~ti noA
twemsi himself and Mr. Bryan. Mr. -h mav wa.peiiatdbdh ed thouzsands ovra rtcal priod, anE11 UND 5011 0W 607M OFHAPTE
/Taft emphatically advocateii Govern- Prsien' deiao to plc b y IMera LAWS 01P 71WWA.mgent control of railroads as the resdtsecio tolaeanv savdd them from years of suffering. It can never 1iie10 !eialm lis s P. C. Ie~
antidote for Government ownership ~ ftenvl~do harm and Is sue to do good. do4h& ilp A .G
which Mr. Bryan regards 1Au the only vital ship, Relie, goes merrily an the Libdai'ord-ft...., a. or Miles.a
saifcoyultimate solution of th with eve7 ry P -rOs cf some1 actION, I A relief or cure for all female disorders in girls 'fo
railroad problem. Mr. Taft has frank- Congress. It is generally oeee gid women. S
17 committed himself On every public PSalwpcb*At every dtzgst's In SimO bottles. Try It. ,
qeto.Mr. Bryan has made his iag the placing of any naval vesse .444 6 ". Blok L o5.LLs
views very clear. but no one of th under tbe commad of an officer who Wads 4op=
in not a alr n ti sue ta b d Mbfna a
mdycourse. Go .vernor HuoE s It Is bona the President Is awares WIN T. Willey. ~at o
othe thisdte fa ~p mac hail t and hittes to IsiW NEnlwad erletodall b rde
slated to make a speech at the Union seti hthehet~~~acosifaw to law. tex do" illIsse tbee
L~u lub In Chicago "it hi the order which would place Slurgeon Ucm S"e Slat day of Jasuary. A. ]a ISIS
W11140611 MY 01110161 NWORA5RM 64 9W
fooeds r hoping he will smo up Stokes In command of the Relief. Ue e it day of Janan. A.P.IS
saftiiet courage to declare hislp_____ d Clerk Circuit Conni. Alaebas Co-. P~
on such subjects as the trusts, the ThrIsaosmepsecofn
mrff te alrcde ec.Th fcti nvestigatIon lath matters of naval ANNUAL MEETING. 2=111.LA US o A. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOILTA
laif h ar".tt.Tefa osrci-b oge.iti set 40 40 %M0 DEED UNDER SEOTION I OF CHAPT~
Ohat the Glovernor is tryoag to ride*csrelnb car~.I iasr 4UK LAWS 0f FLORIDA.
two horse goag In opposite dire. e by the experts that the armor belt Sea Island Cotton Asmseclon to Mee DR. ROBT. 0. BOWERS, Notice Is hereby given that X. R Cnoe.
tOWL. His entire strength In New ha be lae so low on the moen In Valdosta January 14-15. D pure otf dTay otfiJu, NA.D.5
York rests on the fact that hlis old naa vessel that It Is almost entirely All associations are hereby notified DENTIST. bas 5166 said eertideate in my fto. and a
Mens ad ssoiaes egrd im under water. and In support of this to send tu delegations to the annual ma de av cladiou for tax doesto lame is in
finsadascaereadhmas oordanoe with law. Said oerpa eftbno
Opposed to the Roosevelt policies, and argumlest are shown Pictures Of the meeting of the association to be held Offles In Miller Law Eiehange. the folwl described iaaatem d"
11141881lip~~~~~~~~~~Se* Qoftlu an ohs ofle out In Valost on~ Janar 14th an 5hlchacut.Flrd.aS
his strength outside Of New York, gsi Conetio as4 she sale out in Oaw on4 Januar 1th and 111th
so fr a hehasanystrngt, rstsof Hampto Roads on her way to the AU farmers' organizations, farmers Offles Phone No. 248; Residence No. 1IN __ -.4 te Lae o
s____________ fa ebnaysrntrs h oldIS suchW euated atths sateo
on the belief that he is In sympathy Pacific. These pictures do show the and business men whq feel an interest theIsuanc ofsuchcertificatein me ste
wihtoeplce.A.Hge a-armor belt almost entirdly submerged. In protecting our staple Industries and Unlesaid ~er~M'saUa be redemddac
wit tos police ~r.Htwescal-Another fact which is not stated. bow. Is the development 'knd upbuilding of ormdli so law. tax deod will Isse hereoc 0
not see how to commit himself with- %be 9fb day of January. A. D. 110L
ever, s tha in Um of pace nval ou homelandare oodiWil IevitdmyLoS, Jcialitisooam or.l asSnmeal sd o ia
Ont forfeiting bis strength in one place eeithtitieopacnalouhmeadreodalyniedT. B ELLIS JR. *m day of December. A. a. IWF.
or the other. vssels become loaded down with a to attend, as many questions of vital 10 Cle. CB.ui C1.110011
great O~sautitY of Paraphernalia which interest to our cotton interests will be I, p. Cler Circuit Co0. le C.
Representative Harcefield of Penn- would be discarded In war. Extensive discussed. A better financial arrange- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. e .8 CZZ.D
sylvania, the manager of that inde- NOTICEll Ouesrutrs launCcTes, meB maefrTAXroetono u
finable something referred to out of NOTICE suesrutrs lauLIches," mFnt maefrtepotcinoIu
compliment to 8enator Knox as the etc,. Wre carried on the decks. When cotton, the amount of acreage to be Gknuusy1IILLa, FLORIDA DEED UNDER SECTION I 0F CHAPTE
a shlp clears fol' action this stuff is planted and many other questions and ____4M., LAWS OF FLDISIDA. Kno bomhasbon i Nw Yrkcant overboard. The launches are plans will be discussed. All assocla. 1'AKCAK TO,~Notice is bereb,lveQ that H. S. Wauo.
recetly&en retrnsto ashigto MAK CLRIC THO W. IELINGpurchaser of I Woeicat No.10,
recetlyand etuns o Wahintonturned adjft to be picked up later or tons pro requested to send In thedae eSrdaofJl.A.DII.hM
with the announcement that "Some 4&W ied d deifate y of fie Ja.A.D.14
allowed to sink. anmd, too, it lis not like- dues to the aikorlation to this lmeet. CLfKilFEeIN ba ma e pliatin my adeohmae
of he angwhodon voe ae y lln that naval veriels about to go) into Ing, where they will be oMclally re- accordance with low. Samd orsc~a e
for Hughep, but I Miid that all the bae h olwn ecie
boys who will do the voting are lining action vould be its heavily laden with ceipte for. Boards of trade and Lawyers. br Aac hu oulwnty esribd ropely tu
coal as we're the ships starting on business men's associations are Invit. I scresIn Reomrer of gol4 oto 1-4 1ec
up fr ol manCanon o Illnois" S. TP. S.. R. 3J
up oroldma Cnno o Ilinls~'their long cruise to the Pacific. of ed to participate In the meeting. The sold land being aemewd as tbe dasec
Evidently Mr. iiarchlield hat some lit- tho e Isuce of such oerso is Mhe easeo
course % Ith all this truck overboard Application has been made for re- Unknowna.
* tie bills up his sleeve which he hopes the ships would itit much higher in the duced rates on all railroad, on the Practice In all Courts, state ad Unless mid certificate shallb eeee o
th Speaker will allow to go through Feea.sedai to Janr. t a dea wwr.=
a tissesio o C~grss Inidnt wter than they call with it 6n board. certificate plan. &beness day of Ja uaur A d sea thL
atti eso fCrgos niet aHARVEiY JORD~AN, Pret. tes MhdY ofla qomber. a O.1W
ally, Mr. flarchill attempts to quote The Now Ye-ar's reception at the F. 0. SCHE, Flcy Me rI~ dayr ofru~ (wouv's. I
&bte President as for Knox, a some- ____lerk_______(our Alas &o.t9.
Wht iuo a nuuual rl.Offie.o over Gainesville Natiolral Bank. __ BY MS. 8 CURVES. D.O0.
waBilatep ve oftelaot function, despite the lowering Ba Stomach Trouble Cured. GIE Il LRD OIEFRPBIAIN
energetic manner lin which Mr. Roome' skies. The P~resldent. refreshed by Having been sick for the past two GI ~ jJ _______ NI FORca PUBLeATIN. a.
velt is working to secure the uioni- Ilsltlgvta leKo.weeh "ad oemb (ie 5l. p9.
naia fSecretary Taft. The i1ardost years with a bad stbixiach trouble, aon NNio shreygvemberha. oh a
i~i~ ftrumped the hillit and dlales with his fi tend ga1Ve Me A dovnfA ~ ~* DLU*o lieU Fora. ga ies mt, Jofin '
biw .-t.o -1 mak -ia -leyu p-' ismhr. sap-s nnv kpr N _N! i

U. 1N: JANUARY 13, 1909

Ionee to beoa steady and pensktaui a- wo d"five aeresdthis crop. This vance. There was an adrgnol in COM0DY own ovW ew o hundred acres ;A EITEMS spirits of 71,ic In three days. of the beed lansd in the baninioc'k land THE JOY -OF LIV[NO
It that has ,~ qinPronounced t). ,\perti CANME 111M.1141 RALIAMD WUNN VP
The Florida LUmber Comany's eu Blefore the court house doonr Inae to be well adjpted to the gnmoth of ENUOUGO D H AL h~
ire plant in Jacksonville was destroy- Ciy Sheriff Sturkie destroyed afloe wrapper tobacco EINJ Y O D
ed by fire Saturday. wagon-load of bottled whiskey which M anr odco na111111
____had been coiiflscated by the authori- boar fryight tain condo oitirt
Th etses fLesbr ae ain 5c, buryingc the broken bottles in a bo0ifegttri.hds' The eo t tse cue te n tllto of deepsur are makin osd h o r with Nd LOxn~f, a negro t'll *IIIAII. At a n eleort sc ur tiht pl n stl a i n o e p h l J u s d h o r B aldw in. and upon the arr h al ,( oith0 anelctic ____lat There wus only one cargo of phce- train in the western part wi J1 ewk-n
vill the negrio firoman wuit Ii, ,1th
The B rown-T horn psin Drug Co. of phate rock shipped front Punta (lords conductor and struck hilt' oil th., h1i I ILive Oak have decided not to open during the niontb of lDecember. There wtth a spade, telling Mine 1, tt ther oos n undysfrm hiidtws only about one-third of the grud Tecduor"sint to u a ie e l n
libirdorsonSuday_ fomthsat amount of phosphate usually shipped the boepitThe anduito w a. ofo tePhat L v r e icn
on each year from that port last year. ths sku ll arce and e re- fi1 ul ta
The Star electric plant began bust- hikllws______adwa'vreutW e p Yo e
me In Brooksville last week. The iite fo abuga.Priefatalily. The nesro made hki-wape A GUARANTEED CURE for all dishes produced by T011.
plant is now In splendid working Mske fo abugr, '"10anid has not yet been caut,111,1 111D LIVER aid IMPURE B11LOOD. Do not Aill your system
order. ____Moody. a well-knoown young man of .-.-h ,Arsni C alumel and Quinine. Thel act s rank poisoned
Jacksonville, was shtand killed by ft ijhr county Is hilidlueg a which viutat the aled. debilitate the systeem and leave a tral .
The city authorities of Tampa are kismfirst cousin. August Powpell. Th. stec of test read btetee St of bad symptom which require years to obliterate. HERS.1
to purchase a milk tester for the pro- unfortunate tragedy occurred at 738 Augusvtim ne d Hallstigs the surface' psnE i is psiurel L heamle and tis tho meramed orfevsi tectlon of the people from impure and West Adams street, whore both Par- maliteirla] belilal Marl. The Record piso6"M Ie aste ON harle ain I the stmpaleeed o
watered milk., ties resided. tie week "gives promise of rvibelidid 14juriouis effects.
Joe Stump is boring for oil in resmlta" The marl Ii soft as puttyCUR 1= N An na
Washington county, where he has The Florida lEatt Coast winter pas- wben first excavateod amid very sticky, CURD 3 H RS ]AMTED TE
1,200 acres of laud covering a sup- senger trains will carry no express but it basE...n rapidly with expoisuireRE DESF LD
posed oil field.-- or express cars. This is the Bfrat time and be "e Imper~iofh to waiter All Mr. L. A. imicks, irsidln Twas, says-? I wo
that this has ever been done. The ex- experitmeuta In road making lit Flor. sek I& bed fli, ightbi Mouths with liver trouble. the
Ft. hlyers has the distinction of pesbtenMaiadJcsnidar t tgfrvlbekow-doctor poseeed sodo w" me good. I was toldll to try
having a genuine Cuuntry Club house prs ewe im n ako d r bin*, and it cured we Is a sho10t time. I gemGSt
ilkat will compare with aniy similar ville Is to be handled by the through edge may be gained from11 thein. lit r ecommend this woedaulul Medicise, too hlghly."9
Institution in the- State'. express only. the pislent case St Johns may be TAKE IT NO0WI
able to prove the superiority of marl LUA E BOTTLE, Sk GET THlE OENUINI
The board of county comiisioners The Young Men's Christian Associa- and Indicate It an the proper ina~terial .inei iiea Ie m w 4.,
of Lee county have decided to appro- tion of Jacksonville have let the con- t u thever In tofund ion m 5IGaeaIr SnoEw Lii ment~aAa Cos
priate sufficient twvney to build a road tract for their new building, which ST._________.
from Fort Myers to Punita lRassa. Is to be five mtories high and fire- A Csr
--proof. The work of construction will ThsI4oeriythtaldi~iti
During the( la A %#.#.k lit ii-vviniher begin soon and will be rapidly pushed aethize to ertfytatd allr drniont-yI ODADRUsMNthere were four ~iiiindril iccil eenty- to completion, re y au Ho ey toa fnd yW fal or I e ti if, M LOT W 0D I TOMK 4 E
one arrls o ti'li -Iiiyo~f lo,. ~prmijyour cough or cold. It stop the cough, from Ft. F'c b I!*~ !Wh a- Iicshineg In the neighborhood of heas the lungs and prevetit s*rloeai.
kes -ITitusville ham bcezi quite goittd for results from a cold. Cures IAt grippew
Key k- ieen l:1hln4 of poor sonme time last. Aniong those who coughsi and prevents pncitiieiia and mall service. Th. (latn that for a meade good catches of fish Is Fred con~fsumption. Contains no( opiates city of their siz- t: L.t noIt Shabby Xituman, who, lit eight months caught The genuine Is In a yellow package. treatment and! 0, it iti-. t~ aivail hut'1tH01110 mullet, which netted him the Refuse substitutes. J. W. McCollum little. - rilce little suin of $1.6410. & Co.

the cit con e- I I I" prste tro- lion. Champ Clark of Missouri has Mr. Colson Improves.
th ll for lw~ thei ,r 1 po the accepted the invitation to be present Perry St. Colpson writes friends and
death of a vol:.-r flrk, In good at the formal opening of the 111iri relative* lin this city that he is on the standing. id-Winter International Exposition, road to recovery, and that he In feel-._and the distinguished Democrat, a lng much better each day. lis han. Judge Call ha- I.;i;'!. elov%%i his vial- figure of national standing, will make with his good wife, been at the liat. lug on the deiirr-i to, t h bill of Coln- one ofo aitru orteps
rlalnont intofd out wto the opening addresses. tF re aiaim o h ,s
pauInte(!Icony"eofithree or four weeks, and feels greatly f
dry' eleittion (%!,,- The victory went Grand ofIsland truckers are In the Improved. to the drys. swim this season. They have 160 Mr. and Mrs. Coleo expect to ar.
Henry lta\t--r, the young man who acres In English pps, which cro i ie home within the moxt two or three was recently i' through the r*ht sai to be extremely fine, and picking days. Rung at Port Tampla City by Minnie has already begun. A comtinuance of Simple Remondy for La Grippe. Templde. a white woman, succumbed the present high arket Will cause the 1Agipecuh are dangemos AK
to bis Injury FridaY night. energetic truckers to reap rich m tier frequeatly develop Into pu.

Th#% city council of Starke is de- -moalls. VWeys Honey and Tar not
termneed to ha...# good sidewalks all Pcpkesu blivdtbe only stops ohe oO hwgibt heals and R ye o r C o',, fvn ijw ey
overhav Pikphkt are believed to bea en aePly' strsstheas the lumpu a*s tha o sesi.
ovsed rer requrin walkas to tha '~ Ing their nefarius, vocation In Jack- one resultsDeed be feareld. The ges. E~ea~
iosued oil cal aiurnd w alksonb sonville. Various reports have come mIsne Pobeys Honey and Tar contains xw.oPe~
construct ol ('al an Madsonto the pollie within tMe last week of hamfiall firing and t Is a yllonw AkteRiw (es'weeyhrcsdmsl,

lt~I I, WA I** 1 -.

SAWaeshoota, where be has been an A leave his charge at Mleaopy circuit, "ait-to relatives for the past few days. he felt that he had "fallen among Mr. Misson, who is attending a dental friends" In his new appointment, As
CtNY ODESDcollege in Atlanta, expects to return the people wore sokndthMsl
MAIN Y CO DEN1011to 'that city soon, where he will re- and family. He la the guest of Rei.
same his studies. T. J. Nison while here.
ttmr of Generalt Oath. Miss Willa Carver of LAke City has Mrs. J. W. Widemmn of DeLand,
arrived in the city and will attend who has been in MkAnopy for the U
school here. Her sister, Miss Bessie, past few days, having been summoned is a member of the faculty of the on account of the Illness of her
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL STEMS Gainbsville Graded and High School, mother, Mrs. Edwards, arrived in the
which is regarded as one of the best city yesterday. Friends will be de What Mas Happened and What le puble schools in Florida. lighted to leay that the patient's conGoing to Happe Teld In Sheet Par& Prof. S. A. Pinholster, the efcient dition has so much improved that she graphs So That 0No Who Rune May principal of Stroble school, was in the is up agola, and that she expects to
Read" It In The Sun% oftyWoeday on buness connected arrive In Osinesville within the next N S '
with the oa of County Superintend. day or two, when she will be the i_Imms 'oM* O eat Dr. j. L. Kelley. Prof. Pinholster guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Edwards.
R. A. Jackson of Alaches was trad- has one of the most .*.i schools While here Mrs. Wideman will also
ng In the city yesterday. In that section of the be with Mrs. D. G. Zdwards.
Phillip Dsampler of Hague was trad- Dr. Harry L Jarvis has returned to M BMd's AM& &*S
ing in the city Yesterday. Dalton, Ga., after a pleasant visit to H. BlItch of Ocala was in the city
Mrs. Z. F. Zetroner of Rochelle was his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jarvis, yeteday.
shopping in the city Wednesday. In this city. Dr. Jarvis, who is a F. I. Cellon of Hague w4s in the
W. H. McArthur of Montbrook was dentist by profession, has established city yesterday. CLO SIN G -O U T SA LE
transacting business in this city Yes a fine practice in the Georgia city. A. 0. Iamb of Micanopy was in the
terday. which he says is one of the fanet city yesterday.
Miss Nellie Rives of MIcanopy spent towns in the South. Deputy Sheriff Zetrouer of Rochelle aLC
Wednesday in this city as a guest of Attorney I. A. Williams of Cedar was in the city yesterday. AUDIES and CHILDREN'S COAT
friends. Key is in the city on a visit to his Wa. Adams of Windsor was tradGeorge Peacock, the marketman of family in North Gainesville. Col. ing ta the city yesterday.
Hawthorn, was' a business visitor to Williams is practicing his profession The BishopHarris Co. of. Alachus
this city yesterday. in Cedar Key, but keeps his family have 500 bushels of seed peanuts for About 25 Ladies' New Long Coats
Benjamin Rucker, a progressive here on account of the superior edu* sale. s
planter of Wannee, was trading in cational and religious advantages Frap and Richard McDavid of About lt Children's New Lopg Coat.
the city yesterday. which Gainesville possesses., Monteocha were In the city trading All the above at Factory Cost.
A. S. Wooley has returned from Professor and Mrs. Scott, with Mr yesterday.
South Florida, where he has been look- and Mr. ODanel, Mrs. Scott' s Nellie Itives of canopy wasH E
ts ents, have gone to Miami for a briLs. Ladies Short Jackets, C01o
-n el o i atereamon stay. Professor Scott Is taking his In the city yesterday, being a guest I Pri
C. W. Wells of Alachus was among st. o r Sottis taking of friends. former prices
theprvacationvatithis time andevil th part L10
will probably visit Cuba before return- Mrs. J. A. 'ucker and daughter, $1L, eaf $ .3...........
from that section yesterday. Ing toGainesville. Prof. Scott is con- Miss Uzzle, were in the city from ReMrs. J. L. Strickland of Waldo, af- nected with the experiment station. chelle yesterday.
ter a pleasant visit to relatives in this Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Jernigan are at P. M. Padgett was in the city from One lot Children's Short .Jackets, each........$100
city, has returned to her home. horne again, after several days pleas. New River yesterday. Mr. Padgett Is One lot Children's Short .Jackets, each ............$200
J. L. Shaw of Alachua, one of the antly spent with the family of Cap- extensively engaged in naval stores. The above formerly sold from $3 to $6 eacih.
well-known farmers of that section, tain B. W. Fontaine, Micanopy. Mr. J. A. J. Strickland, a well-known and
was trading In the city yesterday. Jernigan has been indisposed for some prosperous farmer of the Hague secM. li. Wood, a prominent merchant time with Ia grippe, etc., but friends tion, was among those who spent yes- 35 LAIES' SKIRTS, assiled, $1.50 to $10 eac, AN P at
and trucker of Eviston, was trans- will be glI to learn that be feels now terday in Gainesville on business. -- ----------- sgedIuif price
acting business in this city yesterday. 'greatly knproved in health, and has Subsecribers on rural free delivery
0. N. Saunders, a successful merch- resumed his duties at the store. routes can send in their subscriptions
ant and prominent citizen of Trenton, H. A. Ford and family, who have by the mail carriers. Persas who
was transacting business in this city been residing in this city for the past desire The Sun on such routes can *M A *
Wednesday. eight years, have removed to Palatha, also send money by the carriers.
Robt. L Ford and H. R. Darnett of their former home, where they will Wm. Littledale of Jacksonvtlle, trayMicanopy passed through the city yes- In future reside. During their reso- eling representative of the R. & E. J. days pileasantly an the guest of the Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Akerly
terday on route to Jacksonville, where denoe here they made many friends Smith Company, was in the city yes- family of F. F. Paulling. Sherman, N. Y., arrived in the city ye
they went on business. who regret very much to lose them, terday. He was on route to Hawthorn, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Joiner, and terday. Mr. Akerly i a client work
Friends of Mrs. Ratree, who has but wish them much success and hap- where bd will spend Sunday with his iss Emma Ridgeway. of Philadelphia, or and was employed here last wit.
been Indisposed for the past few days, pines wherever they may go. relatives. are here for the winter, guests of Mr. lying sidewalks and curbing. He r.
will be gratifIed to learn that her Dr. M. II. larnett of Phillipsburg. Attention is directed to the change and Mrs. Geo. K. Landers. ports it very cold In the North and
condition is greatly improved. N. J., and J. P. Folk of Easton. Pa., of advertisement of The Dutton Bank. Prof. J. K. Lee of Blackshear. Ga., says he enjoyed several sleigh-rideMrs. J. C. Ri1shop and Misses Maggie have arr d in the city and will This is one of thethe city. Prof. e Will probably before returning to sunny Flor
Olmstead and Nellie Nash, of AlAchus, I t accept a position as teacher in the The Baird Hardware Company
were among the ladies who honored gentlement are enthusiantie sportsmen, can feel absolutely safe when they de- schools of Alachua county, as he is something of interest to say to thoflaittnville with their presence yes- and come every winter to this section, posit with t said to be a teacher of ability. contemplating using paint, which m:i
wtriy. ahert, thevy enjoy the hunting with J ,. Illackwell of Paradise Was Mir. and Mrs. Norman Taylor, re. Il found elsewhere in this las i
Patrick O')ell of il ieannp'y, the th'ir friiid, Captain .J Maxey Dell. among thole who spent yesterday in cendtl carried, are sluinding their firm guarantecn the paint on top
lvi 4r agent of the Tampa and Jack- Fri4nd:s :11-4 glaild to 'A 4 n14 (t hnVI tais city 1r Ill k e!I has been sick h' Vineit with r latives at itddck, tn' guarantee of the manufacturer ponlli l ridirbad at that an.t, wat hr14'" "i11 for son time, u' ring from la \\hire the' went Inunedia l' o which should he sufficient to indu
traw.ii 'titn( tolus' In Ialunitl A .1 l .. t t 1 grippe, at frzientl v ill be glad to h tnarr ia th ree o r four dt -t YOU toi 1 auf -ifh shuu are in the arl
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