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
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )


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Archived Monday issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection; these issues have been reproduced within the run of the daily ed. for the years <1905-1909> when the daily was not published on Mondays.
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Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).

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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


MICANOPY NEWS ITEMS. 1111T.11PATRICK"I DAY AT 1100111111111111101111,11h
SHOT WI[E No S[Lr PsAirkk's
Hon. J. N. C. Stocktom Address** ILOOD IS THRIAT-ENED Melmost, Namb 31.--St.' W OMAN IS Oil 'TRIAL
Large Crowd of Citizens. Day w" dWy eiallobrintoist to Moilroft
M leanopy, March 2I.-Ilon J. N C 66111111ifflag tKillit" tor thlel
SoWisnal Tragedy oc4grs at ommilan to meet th4 ovittitothead's, Im Afflmh thrgW IM do
stwkton, candidate for G iverllor', Oki$ W hy MAY gave On F4W 'y
Ahaukee, Wis. J.-jK)kt1 hero Thursday night at Feas- and the meaesmalre at the "'MeRitim- x If& of a CUL
t, s liall to a large crotfid of vitiscus to Tkat of 1884. met Shanty." As tUl 11sTlt&U0n dithildid
1-( ltl o- ind surrounding covin. that tho joreAs ve 14 start at'13:301
VYING MAN TELLS STORY tr a. abarp *'lerybody 's"We time' POISONED CANDY WAS SENT
-NIT' '-fimkton it.,, tilt, Ilext GoNertittir (if aijd whon this, drum and tit* ( Mr, Item.
met and Mr. F. P. Moorot) struck up
4111"rile Wilioughby, Prcrrjnent Mem. .0-111iiiii (it t1w (rimil for alwout au Heavy Main$ Have Fallen At~ the "Wearinig of the Oreon." all handiest. "Ond"It"14"S Ittitporte W4,146 catilee
ber Of the Methodst Ep sropal ('10A1.1%. taleii hi A IX)- Equal to Water bpftte and 611de with Mr. X. J. Wblt*hfPA As 11111111111OhAll sit Testify that box of dady 111twitil
Church, Shot His W,'e Dead and !i W!, -ti''Itis illNobvill 111 44 tho day, who was adoniod with a Was Addressed In the Handwrillilr4
Then Shoots Himself, mi'l (mllo oill t-411litrit-I v 6treir"a Are Pouring Gfoat VOIUMSG tiright Xreed scarf across his shritiltiorm of Mrs. Morsook
Milwaukee, %V; %4,, qliq' 114111, it', lift of Water Into the Ohio River. and a t&U stove-pilivs hot with ribbons, I Kano" City. Maret 2l.---TWda4
VAlloughty, tit (lill".114111 of corl-i"irale U., Marthi *.'I Tho Is "ding off. toll In hv, twos and with'
Wkerts" I0 1 -l tl,-, 111-1 Io It, be (tivaAkilus now are for a illpatitmilit, this pretty badsom and flingia Walling, Of L*14131'It"Ry in iiiitili 0"a of MTO. Beit--A lit ,oloiting their 1-ho "&It,. th" ItArado started for tho, oak grove r0plibliusycil On, that in the ctraws
1110141%, Friday ,1-0 Ard kil'okl Iiii %cv AookI in the Ohl* %-aller. coulAo"W hansais City. Kadw., chwV
111110recloe n! !lwir 1.4)11141 0111 .11!11 wenkloer?4 of allfito and Ohlo rallitit'sly vfllclals on tilt% lako lithorv. Many moro Angst. #4 Alb tit* intimlor ot four-yossr-oM
I'Mopect averlli' t...:1 x1d Iiomkoil. it dict a fiotilict eqtisl k) thal q4 lb-44. tistoth Ailorriewil mild Irish. desvil-witted ltut OUO $(ad tillom the or.
Arsd two shw, 11,4 W11 hr', 1 l'ol-111t. it 4 Ivan All traffic %ill lie INA "P. the Iriwm and addod tinuch 14) this feelki of twilng poiso" candly lutesid,
&" 118 c0t, vx;- ,) 11! )11 ,- lic lie*%$. 1AIIII6 timillml 14) till-steinkillits brnut). of the 1wellil, Ap ad tor bt.r hNirlixin-Yewssaid iststv-slIst.
wilioug 6b) _Jlf- .-4VI ts,1 1, k' 1W I 1 1 it tit, III,. canai- hait'o falltb n dirtmigliotit the Nalley SU41 Threii, Istrigo tabled woro arronlittA tor, W%& Milkw, beSois Flisliday.
for tho sixty odd Kilst-mlin provitit who
tli,- 1;iiNi rnor!Ailli IVIEW d"W"I't" hits already bostisti, dritoo Tho tolittlillony of handwriting sixPA:h P- All tit* ii-ide till-VOW11111 iii-o liourins soon wore busy onjull-Irs
swial at tit#, I and perw wili, it to expeatod, play an
Eblecopal oi.u;cli. gr,*t volujill-si of %atfor two tho Ohio interior wid other lpxxl thious providA. ilansortalit Itart In the (em.
proininfn t NN 4 A! r'% 0I.. I Mr. J. A Roninivi onlill"111*411 11 10 The linsise-cution salliefts dot Mra.
willought)1% ,k INDUSTRIAL P%0Gr.'!SS,. tillt-cahloll tty ollo of his will)' Morasch a(Wromod the fatal but at
wbool cLi.-. .11.L lit ,jj Nlr qooft-he-4. followeil liv Mr. Whitehead cand). and will priAllitwito 41 sumbw 4111
Fp)a their it. -.,:i %olti it t thipli Interurban JEllectric Railways Planned Who jgi4%-* a Nfery lotortlillill"I tAlk '011 autboriliviii on, Itsw0writing to prOTO
V: 14tx litton's firpt With Augusta as the Center. ill#. A.Ift. of St. Potrick." Its afilvillAin,
whilo M:'' V. At dif- Dtirlux this aitternotitli l"Anto irtirsito
111be hiishan I A forent 1Kinfix lit 'tit, 601ill"li 111%, 111111141A. avid tither girniso wort, Illatied nild 1114, DICOMRS SOLK OWNsM.
1111en ',Ilq)L ),,,r ttons of rtiliti-tvinst a(-iivity ,it 4, nunittler minersrs ret-Ilelod pretty vanl holivtt
OftbUITI9 in.-',c. of lines. Pintise, oriot unI. -Noy klio1% Ili this, aholsit, of Irlah hats *tit sarlop. Vast Property Interealle Go to C60111111L
blnitwi f t%%, Ing to nAiikitisi A 11911ista, ( -I.. All Ink-ill iiiin a oldis talolf, Irish doodw4nill slid lot and It" Maip"alle.
iv s Isoriant vvntfiv till Itilsterlit .tit irs,'voillIr tolitairro titifirt, Piet olit 11lor tho tivill tit IllutU ition, N, J.. March
his bwr,. .q111: (to fill rallWA3111. collit-ac( has &:,-%uly bron tilt. Illit triost of Illelit, worts the violin of $W,43, Andrew 11. MeTells Story t Vo -, e. hits lifluse avkarltq for tho Atlanfa ,iid of tit* o4sorly Pe-rurvil Irv (hi, ladiost an slolu e- Nffil, CAISIM111111t 61111114 OCR OldlipWo. %"
W il'Axlg !'') 1). 1 .1 1, h rel-miri-d lint, of t1ho ii,tlawa, aniti, Ali -uptit, Klee- nirlis (it thl% ver:t- pli-anaillt flint'lliow bm ilutts Illies setio, O" er of VJI 00
police. tile irtisod, %thich Is to run 11--tottiCh 000, Tits- Litaitchinilit of the liew motor patilwo3lVaIlls, 1411ra" pa"tity via"
"I niarri-1 Of the ni mt if-ourcotul P%%,tluus of Imillit I% liovir drflote-ly itirt for Monditly. tbo city Ikults, INOWIW4 "ght AM
adilck., #,, I I.,,. lit v ur) thp Atilto tilt, 2.1rd (milliddool fit March. and a P&AmWf ost SWOU I r'"llivid batilbelli"
did not lo%- liai, had her 'Me rmillo of 1-he Ansti%:a and C;o- litroget trouil Ilk islitlierted tio ofti-se tilt, trackods, an& loquipmest.
mostiv oul .;: lunibiA I.&* -Im-on siorvolsotil and work unvel insight The railroad r0ftlef to pay *0 OU
bas biii taken tip botwt4-n Alksm samemalm by tbp *mys, clat 760111111111110
Mrs. \Vllknl ;,-) iiiii the *auto a rut ekill U M 1) is. S V, 0A ra lml 06 no w The W. of W. propow to siviis Mol, 15, M~ y offie"d itlit prooWly "IM
flif zn e. T 10i Irillit. oporinted an a stretch fut more than 20 rose a Treat In the abotse of a "turtle *VMS sold Our lowpaIiiiii %usim MW 4*0
"Four 3-(:lr I" Also wiles betw@4-n Atwultits wW Aiken. That *upper." when turtle olutup, at*%.. allaropit, l1ko gwd es bar" 00
etc.. will be serviod. The date will
way to Nv,% 4 1.,gaiit horne plans now urwWr nooddoorietion WAY also.0,
the train. ahs,ra that njoIll, in & ma"" fion of (beeft, 11496 1,9 itinatime" litter. Ak?$W to known &* antai of the MO
sold into lot, !I lit the Its'll anit thiss kwal Itnei th Augustin and thost 4XVVIWV^6bt0f6 W60 had ROM I&
I realized I !.',1 :11,0, towl) rilml-truction. also, of a 1160 betwoog, LUIAIB94 PLANT SURN190. t4111111 0111111111111,8 Of NOW YOft, N*w JWW
tit and Ausuals, MW 111'"Mylveiale. 444 thaw who
Te4 at Lumb"Willit 11111606s, kww #jIM well
Y- s\ I Ill.- 4111 Vollgrelas tas ligranfed a riXht to ma. LO" of Company "O"t to a" Imble
will Iteseh $711lim".
r rticA vao dums arrijast Cho Baonsaa wbors be web" big ollunaliew to Ube
qmei to It 4 tho powipir LunibetrUjitil, MIN., M&Mb It mUrvad.
&or be deso!", rivisr AWito AuSupflA, and vne
#11[111 If 11111711041 It 1. LA lillissit 1111111" mall will dowsAmA
1110 Alls"Ird"A SlOrtriCALily will 4ry kilns. mochludi 064MOM INObW


AN~jSAL ON e 7 jf~ fl arPEntertainments Thursday.

fe he as okE br;( '~ I I I n g Gainesville was the Van ArnburgM

Will Retbra to Their Hfo.mdetitdauiecs.1
The old cold goes; a neCw one IThis was the first appearance of the :.AT
F INE SPEECH4ES WERE MADE Iqikycms Itsteso Van Ambr hw ee u hs
41 ucl oe.I' iesoy who witnessed it said it was as good r, idYuHv
Among thl Speakers Were -Mo. J. N. of a weak throat, weak lunes, of the kind as ever seen here. Theinu foovr8 yu*hs-b o
C. Stockton, Hon. Jefro Brwn a tendency '10 consumption. show i4 clean, refined and up-to-date 80 eashsbon W
andOtor-Ofier Eeo.4Hed- Ayer's Cherry Pectoral In every way. There appeared W be had""'k how blee via"
adOhr-fiesKetd absene of the usual "grafter s" sModi suprvilenIb
quarterly Changed to Jackwovlle. breassupdeslg-odhb which follow a show of this magni- .. a ~n~. n
Viom Friday's Daily Sun: I rsbe sst sthees heas. -e* ze*6 of the show it trfi wid and 410111la
~Thursday's sessions of the state Ask your domtr about It.' does not allow them.heina mPS SCgt
AniSloLeague wcre intensely1wk ofn ?1eh a4Odtes"MU l Thno performance, frmthe bgn
4orestins throughout. The morning Omyt "es.0 nine td the end, Is clean and delinetsesslo opened at 10 o'clock, with do. *1IAs-mt- 1111 a n 1m-wo teddwr eit
votional seryioes by Rev. W. C. Foster e4 to itness a circus of such a clean
of Alachua. President Nixon then in- nature._ Claitoria Is a harmlewss a at t 0r bt. 01 te
trodced1 o. Jfferon Pov.-5911., Drops A"~ Sootina Sywups it is, P1suaMmA 1
Keyducedt.on ]rons B. isrowed of AN IMPORTANT RESOLUTION4 eltakas Ineithar Opium. moph @thi NO~W
"e Weet Mr. Na on e iscssead I-j: -s -I wollili ..~
"The ~~ Xa Iee ofNtoa e lto n Passed at the Closing session of the Itna s eines it g ua e iIrh eel W
Why." ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~i T) wa probabh nteget-W.6I~*~f Florida Anti-Saloon League. C~.I eivsTehn ruls ue osli
oast spepch delivered during this con- urn'% It~ reivsTetighm.l1 c m -omos0
Teuatiom #Atd that It was a delight to At the closing session of the Anti- a" Flatuiency. it as~ Ik e Food, #4~tE
the audience was shown by applause, MR. SAMMIS AT HOME. Saloon League, the following resolu- stomach ad Boweli, giving healt &Mi uatuimi sleft
iw which Interrupted the speaker every tion, which will *no doubt have a great The Chilren's Panacea-The Mlother's fulsad.
few minute. throughout hit addreae. Well Pleased With Gainesville an Influence In the coming election, was
Mr. Browne Is always f plea"tug Those He Met Here. unio syaote:yte ov CE NU INE
speaker, but an tole occasion, wi~ Po iday' Daily Sun: d eolved aha t deegatesto th
audience. thoroughly In sympaEMwgth IL H. Saimnis of hew Canaan, Coon., Reoved ofa the eltsto heagueth
hin& a subject ater tczhe nwipe ortetsvra ashr as a do hereby urge the members of the
wis4 tougt-~mater9theimprt-guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Saunders, lomal leagues throughout the State, to
ano. of which "rests upon i heart and who weedelisbted with what he acranteattd oadpoi
as one dt the most Important confront. saw. here has returned to his home t ion ,ftevroscniae o
Ins the people of 06e State-was at the East where he has Qgan sttled biln fte aioscnddte o
his beet, and he thoroughly if00504 down to business. Mr. Sammie ar ofcadsrv t lc hs ao
and nthued he cnvetionupo therive inNew orksafey F ida ng prohibition, and the enactment of
andjetouSdthte ronvention.uo h ie nNw Yr aeyFia prohibition laws, that the State wnay II 111 I U l~ O A w y M U II
ubetoStt rhbtonight, going via Clyde U~na, and was be rid of the saloon."ThYo RU u
Mr. Brownie was followed by Mr. Met In that city by his good wife. I s o tr3
Lawrence, With an Instructive address Mr. Sammie writes to Mr. Saunders Pot. H. A. Howell of Havana, Cuba, In Usesmn For ussers .3 ear
on 4VkIed Day; What is it? and Why to the effect that everything be saw f68ON40W VNOW MMW"nM
It Should be'Held." Mr. Lawrenfce's to P'lorids, "suited him right" and Recommende Chamberlain's
address was brimnful of helrfAl -go&- that he would neler forget the hospi. Cough Cure.
gestl~s, born of a LMg exrrience in tallty extended h im her%. an well as "As long ago as I can remember my
* prohibition work, anti will no doubt the green fields of Alachua around mother was a faithful user and fiend meOo@ OO @ OOOft@ Ooftmt as" f mtffoOftdf ift OO df
* be helpful to the work In this state. Gaineelille. of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, but
V "Aitation and Public Sntiment Miss Florence Samie, daughter of never in my life have I realized Its .
Building" was ably discussed by Rev. Mr. Sammie. Is still here as 's gued trxie value until now," writes Prof.
W.' J. Carpenter. Mr. Carpenter's of Miss Alice Thomas, and declares it. A. Howell, of Howell's American T h eutnak
manfy friends In the city were do. that she is so well pleased that she School, Havana, Cuba. "On the nighteuo na
lighted to again have the opportun- will not leave until she is "-corn- of February 3rd our baby was taken G IEVL E L RD
itY ot hearing him. He was for four p.1104", to 40 so. It Miss Thomas and sick with a very severe cold; the next GANEVILE FLORIDA___________Yets pastor of the Methodist church her estimable mother, Mrs. Saunders, day was worse and the following
h6rs and to today one of the most had their way, they would be willing night his condition *as desperate. He OFFICERS ~ togI kDIRECTORS
0o lar pt'echett of t state. It she became a "real resident' of could not lIes down and It was neces-ASrn ak
1:e afternotn session was one full GrAnesville, am they do not desire to am to have him In the arms every W. R. Thomas, H. F. Dutton,
kof interest The devotional exercise s her leave. Miss Sammie has been moment Even then his breathing PresIdent. Gvn l is-C ,Cae
were coucted by Ru. Mr. Thrsashsr quite an addition to society bere, and was difficult. I did not think he would C. W. Chase, Jin l ui . NChase,
In1 The bsan e all will regret. vey uc t se live until morning. At lapt I thought 1st Vice-President. tic; lthat Comes J1. A. Mauitsby.
Ku he bsnceoftheasetaylaee.of mymother's rmdy Chamberlain's Sev. M. A. Clents of Key Ww wasyriny
*Cough Remedy, which we gave, and It G K. Bsroome,1-J.Toa,
eldid et'5W pmoteni. COTTON BEING HELD. afforded prompt relief, and now, thre 2nd Vice-Plresid en t. Before it Primpt G. K. Broome,
"The Methods of the Uroor Mon 1%- days later, he has fully recovered.
Fa'oblbition Elections" was tbe ub- H. A. Thomas of AlachuasSays a der the circumstances I would not E.L D. Turner, Attention . W. R. Thomas,
Jedt of a" address by Rev. C. C. Car- Thosand Balsa Are Yet Unsold. hesitate a moment In saying that 5 Sec'y. ajid Cashier. .E alr
Mil. Of Orala. Mr. Carroll to a H. A. Thomas of Alachua Was In Chamberlains Cough Remedy, and Al@S@SwUwuSuiwS
humorous speaker. and kept his awdi- the s~ Wedateaun-. that only. Paved the life of our dear - --

: MACH iHi
_____Sata ssegpm~n els of Mr.SS
Carer d seflnes.ROOTS AND HUR55 KILLED --AT AIACHUA K~ a Plords. Homold Will &wta0~ Ae SarlE ANI)0ll tiL UL thODPe~t

BaA' N1#2"1 VV1111 Buicksh~ot While FnThmB of i. C. V, has passed o%%,r the' river AJ
He Was i W1J1 wiy obv h azua~ ce fa id is retlng under -the' 1'ihde. Ell In the time of our forefather the forests and fields were the
wi~lifamiy. aT bathe em v; to d b. of a' ftch. or -0randia' Fuch as he atitoties from which they could procure their medicinesi. ThA-ey t-mla"l THE from FEanno ATRying. dne"Mu grinar" 4W was called. gosed away oil the toori. Mi comupounded the diffrant roots, herb. and barks into ratuaeli,1110 ad,
BOY EL ITOWAERorders is enough to sake lagkdy R of the 16tb. surrottittled by blo which have been handed down to succepding generational and cua* sgia
sufere grttitLTO ellbowt~bisirmingavalyail adilrngfiens.used with satisfactory results. Among the very hest of these old timw. Murdererere Cagli an To tellb h o t &orwu aiyai anim rtns rations i&. 8& S.. a medicine made entirely fi mt roots, herbs and
SK P-1C L I to) Bak, P r cil apro e cm on g word b g t o t w iz He was tAkealt sick CU' tit' wd with in such combinations as to make it the greatest of all blood purifiers.
MurdererWoKan 0 ia l dre o lortiaism wdsohi-sr tbanl alI bolevgt ale rity of 8.8.8. makes it the one medicine that
fo m e H ed y or. nd. o f~ stl i a m m L o 1 r1,er s r s cou ld be d on e by U s. d e vote dl cliii. u sed w it o u t 1eer ow
4Peae astngamm~tl Mytriul saset HHapItfr harmful rtesult Iany way. Most blood
JPPard s Mstriusy a H Hd ensacolat PDig, te bow to do ItL He dren a.nd Menilds, be lingered until the market contain mercury, potash, or some other strong mineral. These A
Comie-corones Jury on Case. says: 'Foin my erle .kb the above useadoed imue. Ili re. act with bad e~ec pokthe sytm upsettinas the stomach. into le Ing wItM
FrmSautlsc ,ll O"'11 nadte Pig am stla answr itm h uthbr the digesion. alertlag the bo l, and when used for a prolonged peiel.
lziforiati.)i, ill., sciyb rfcammeod tmdoianyof, the d ulaps d wer intrred I the tby time oiftels cause elivation. No such effects ever result from the mn~ cit byof god mdicneterthekwa^ tg goun a N*'Hoe a th I'. S., and it mobe taken by children as safely as by older pepat k'ltI~b~i.I'r 'it fsartul tragedy Kidney oompkat And M CI&Gil ..rrgsided by his devoted, relatives huaim aaw.SrsadUles aaiSrfl a~ess
sear AiciL~~ th urr-cd on a carsed we' stwila eat ttas Io malreelonotffiil.TeRemtsCti.Sn n les aai.SrllSi ie
111](ibiut fit. Ye tai rnt asdTN me o s ~r atea afee I"adireocmuefrys and allother troubles caused b impure of poisonedbWood, 8. S, 8. isa perit
lltaitkroeta did not mind, but as tbme west by funeral, was conducted from the rreat feet remedy. It goes down Into the circulation land reumovs all zo m s
kva, ih k Ii the. in- they grew wonse and at tim laid deuce of his son-in-law. W. hl. Bultch, impurities, humorso unhealthy matter-and makes the blood pareind rlh.,
outfit ill-atr It r u Color- mel up. I C011111d hardly walk and ft Rev. W. C. F1s1er of Alachua omfeist- It eliminate# every particle of the taint of inherited blotA double, purfiels ad7 Pi 11. '~ ii if wid wasn a difficult matter to straighten up Inc. The pall bearers wore lion. T. A atmiettnis the weak, deteriorated blood. and establishes the fondato
t~( llli~l: After stoophax, while the kidney secre [lok, Capt H. C. Parker. bvin Ij01dv,~ for* goliod health. 8.S.8. is Nature's Blood P'urifier, and its many years .f
It -ii Al...........~~ ti ons Kide igls anrd me. ftrom .3. il M Masel successful service. with a steadily Inereauing ulctaiind for it, is the beat eel.
Wirt, Mi Nkith tli- Dan's Kiney Pil cared m. 31ranJ.dX Hil.of. Stssfiel and J bloodtroubles Nx k tlt tfeeblototananynymedical
W~~f%. Ialid ti: ~, IIPersonal expetienoo I know that this pope. aIiefe fcas. T l8~ PC~ C CO., A1LAXTA,@4
119 remedy can be depended upo to fuld aOrjidtpa frotc Ofd ahfP ark fo=ur.I
14) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ L tilt ul fill the ropresestations m ade for It.' sl it sid hr e y a s od I e ol l o
tO h.' 'a 21 ~ 'friliin For sale by sal dealers Price 60 S~' tdtreyasoi ~oeit
t tht .441 '..,~ Cenats. Foster-Milburn Co.. Bulalo. his children and his coiutry. lit- is
ta-l '' A .-*- Ne\w York. sole agents tin the United doad but his nietory %011 111111
i~l. .States.
R'1 lemnember ttnu e-oa'-ad- NI.
Ilifab',,tak., so other.Cr f hns SOMEBODY BELIEVES IN US

DElT OFL' MR. DAIGRl5. Santa Fv. Flza. Itaril P, Wvi ,I
t it h- 1Wl nw .through the m~eianiu of I'll, Still to
It 'i1ira; Wel Knwn itie Passed Away thank the gond! 14-olilCo o( Santit Fe Fl
.'ir F'riday-Remaintl to Louisiana. for the kitid tavorts slid askNtal.tivee 1).l. I tl our dtit:%i4ts wet ......... ....... $200,l 160.40)
I'i-I Iroin Saturday's ;Wly Suan: shown to win during the illitess of our D ee. 3rda our dt-Imilists w.......................... 15 2, 5A7. 2 5
111s vlinrtinit wa greve Fr -bitloveid father. Wit, vi~ll Pptawially .pt
mention T. gAl j)I)Mt hi Slaideld and
A, m, i. .,.. *..,ortibaac over the death ofi Mr J. P. Popie. who witre unatiring tit their NOgi-idp-i- ........ 47 0.1.
h., 13411' %hih ad eent weuredefforts to aid us lit oor tiors' xictltis;
''lhi x:-m,. i the C~ommercial flouse. .Il.!T
ripiil, I' It 4 1 *tVothmk, of tulierculosis, at W.M I I I. I' h .I'l'I I

eoru'ir *d~~~~-i'i wttis orn In Ivorville Par- DAHO R ENR lE u l
14m lsal sixy-in yeas~h The Gainsq il National B n
fi l rit14tittn)as lnCT One of Alachua County's Oldeit Citi.
anti Iii. r ~pirchroted it flne groie, lie on ase Aa
'fh n i .~~~~~~-i d.-4I property until abom Ono ,it of theU "Otyuit ditt l i iltit, :I . . . . .~
tc~ 1141 I .I' I lien.i with his wife. In thet last INd for Pton.. tlan, "i1
Alaciat to -d ;auu,.'sVilie. and hiall that of Jtidge 9. J. K. ,i ow 011 O~IPIJIehhfhsu h
abutt i 4 4 I1. ~howe a ever m~ie Pad away At Ill#r horn.' !1 1i. tit at a~iqtti lielitw, whreis~
In l~it h. i t-'r unp~ir''te'Itiius, lit (lie. Weduaeday, after a litigiosit 1 i4 Iliolt ca- ~ i 1mm atok a larw suipply of
de rtI 44 vi-ry 1111iA.iflhim1111. Mr cit atioiit to wel0 o En'KPltime, ik.,Ia,, Pow-Mille,
j 4!i' naalluy friend who ad Ittievatwas a 5 nativet 010i4 celuall Fl'duer, i'la1wau, l$ingls Nil.
This is V rtn 1,1,~-,- *., fiir 111.4 gtxai traits' lit ty, and has beco a reolis (of" Waldo Ot rines, Thrahlere-ton fail all
Wllo\ I *. -roidt. va'teran. having vlrtuall) all his life, beiiz onv oa.uf tit* 4 1itwiltwIrkif Maeblnery,gows.
,44ltreiii 11 . I .;fullk and ..memauty lit 13p- oldest mettfra of that t"~n: Ito wasn llditaau sAl- '11am1ii. Writ' tm a lt y~olsni Wia t I-sit Pui'ply you awl ea"
Ta il im-mintry ditring the 0vil a mnan of pi'le bitrit. ii a.l it% re~ad) it itI'
Tear l bv t :? C : lu acti h 4'tv e.. Il for anything for in#- beto'rne m And -~I6 4lalwl alsa yn a ll~ol Advauerniptit of Ilia towna aild 111:1 volia AL c hiu &~ aG ho)ti, ulikh ho of ZwuanDt'
Colm & (t' I I., rlrned rnu tt dearly IDse aess Is survied by 1 41 8 11hl'4ow19 00 .AT A TA A
A 111111 dIt- N- uiIi t was three dons. 8 J. Kritiard, Jr.. tit P~er 41 oth o'thMeR AL t, .
., I hiiiralal) w orn. tandina. T. 0. Kennmard of Jne'kmast
4 I io thettllo ti lh and J. III Kitinard of Wtaldo.. atid
t* Ii tti, huairal ,*-r'l tv,' daughters. Mars IV 9 Jiang of tbiq
PLEASE CALL -d:thKhm i rlyadMs lwoo ato

-447-.44116V 1. tit ahoni the mrnbimal'thy Wf friends Is H F RB81BA KS
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,gA it E OA 6 Tie DeWelak Breese -*l You
******" that if anyone wants Very val- Wlleford,
While the people o OGaieville were uable information on e fertilizer
*.... rading thi piesag statement In the question they should, /send to Com- Cnlit for G0ver r In the pri na
S b ua mber $1, 1902, at GOetp daily papers on S"nday that Snator missioner. McLin for a copy of the of Fleia ago I made the
Lk, as eond'clias matter yan's condition was much improved, January number of The Bulletin which friends would Vh v
Sof Conress of March that time, I weald
S ct of ongre of March the news was received by wire that contains State Chemist Rose's annual It. My intentions WW46
___ -he had died that same morning. The report. All it will cost will be a no account weuld I hav,
dEvery Monday and Thursday Inbielligence of the sad death of postal card, and the information I yoL. again asking Mr
t Oinesville, Pirida. this brilliant young man Caine through worth dollars and lots of them to my own accord W
at ;sa, ld message to Govetnor Broward, who every farmer in the State. Among county have petit eioed
..._ county have ptitioed N
N-, H., W REARY, Editor and M'gor. was the guest of Judge Syd L. Carter. other things it contains a number of and a great many othMs
4__ ''_ _-.--- The Sergeant-at-Arms of the United formulae for home fertilizers. When stand for the nomlatla 4a
Terms of Subscripteion: States Senate also notified Mr. Dave yod pay taxes you are paying for this in the coming primiwy, amad
IThe Twisc.*Week Sun $1 a year; Bryan, a brother of the deceased, who information, and you ought to get received an official rmaN
I ~of the most powerful W AAWl
-. s months, 50C.; single copies, S. is a student at the University of Flor- what yo pay for.-Live Oak Demo- tions in the country, a 3
Advertsleing Rates: Ida in this city. crat. stand for the' nomal
Local advertisements, 15 center a jSenstor Bry"an was well known to deference to their wiMhel
Me for the first and 10 cents for each maay of Abe pople bf this city per. The people who have known Albert that I will accept the
eddhtamalinser~on.Sheriff of Alachua oountY' VA a a inartin. really, and eon e, whether they OGilebrist from boyhood no more be- Sherl of lachs county t i
S e me vert trae. ad fowr lst ip nWot, expressed the lieve that he would be guilty of a dis- fortm and aM ito .
f Atev months at soWrtLitd1
Poes furnished upon application. deepest reptt his brilliant and honorabi act than they do that John 19th, and if nominated i
Marre and Death notices inserted, romisng career had been so sudden- Stockton l the candidate of the "eor. will perform the duts o the LI
be, Obituarips, 5 cents a line. ly ended. porations." All the candidates for with the same impartility 'llt
William James Bryan was a native overnor are honorable gentlemen, Uce that I hav onin
Our Clubbing Let. of Orange county and was 31 years and it is to be regretted that some March 6th, 1908.
The gon and the Thrice-a-Woek ,
(N. Y.) World one year......$1.65 old. Ubou the death of Senator Mal- over-zealous friends of any one can( N W o ld ~ ns y ar ... $1 65 11,F O R C O U N T Y JU D G E .
The Sun and The Atlanta (Go.) lory a few weeks ago Governor Brow- didate should endeavor to besmirch No faction, machine or ring, brought FOR COUNTY JUDMy Friends ellow
Weekly Consdtution one year. 1.75 ard appointed him tpo fill the unexpired the character of another. Let's have him out. He came out as a candl- To My Fiends and Pllwtist TMOnan heAtw& Ga)I m and o on
S The Wukly and TheJouAtaitaone(a.) 0 term ending March 4, 1909. Next to a clean, manly fight, brother editors, date alone and single-handed. He will and I ask you for your vot.
The Sun and The Semi-Weekly 0inry Clay he was the youngest man and when the contest is over we will be glad to receive the support of the administer this ofee without f
The Sun and The S~emi.Weeklyad iitr hs ofie w hot a'
Times-Union pone year......... 1.50 who ever occppied a seat In the U. all feel the better for it. corporations, of the anti-corporations, to anyone; so please register, t
,.S. Senate. He had barely become the prohibitionists and the anti-probi- your poll taxes and vote for
e will not accept stamps of acquainted with the duties of the There is at least one candidate in bitionists, of the local optionists, the J. lA. CARLIy.
a or denomination than I cents. office when he wuas stricken with ty- Hamilton county who has the courage Christians and the Jews apd of the
.hold fever, and after three weeks' to express his convictions. His name Gentiles, the "Publicans and sinners." I respectfully announce myself a If you are a candidate for office illness he succumbed to the dread Is J. W. Bynum, and he is seeking to He would even accept the support of candidate for' re-election as Coasty
let the people know it through The disease In the hospital at Washington. go to the Legislature. In his platform the Pharisees. Judge. I solicit the votes o( all De
Sun. Senator Bryan was a brilliant orator he says: "I shall favor local option as The corporations cannot do without and itf nominee and elected I
and a lawyer of exceptional ability, it now appears in our State constitu- the people, and the people cannot do perform the duties of the -office to thp Alachua is far behind many of $he an unusually pleasant man to meet, tion and oppose any measur,3 which without the corporations. Neither best of my ability with the ate
other counties so far as the crop of and a typitol Southerner. He was a would prohibit any citizen from order- should be allowed to oppress the other. dischalrge of the same In the
aeadidates is concerned, candidate to succeed himself and had Ing a bottle or jug of liquor when- Capital is organized, labor should or- Respectfully, H. G. MASON.
a strong following throughout the ever he wishes to do so." Mr. By- ganize.'
The picnic eason is now on and 6tate. num's courage is more to be admired The license tax law licensing each FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
the woods around Gainesville are fa- than his judgment, from the stand- little enterprise should be amendAd in I am a candidate for re-election p
vo lto resorts for the young people. HQLLOWAY 18 A CANDIDATE. point of political policy. order that tmaxation shquld bear more Tax Collectori subject to actin m
_____________Democratic primnary. Having seev
F- evenly. In this position several years, I fe@
The orange bloom is said to be 0- Hon. W. M. Holloway, State Super- F.F. Paulling, the very faithful and Artele xIx of the Coastitution pro- that experience qualifies me to ,
peclally heavy this year, and The Or. Intendent of Public Instruction, fcient County Commissioner from vide for Local Option. The quallfed charge the duties of this Im m
S aUdo Reporter-Star says pe crop will whoe cal idacy for renomination has the fourth district, Is a candidate for electors (not the Governor) approve office with a reasonable degree of
be the largest since the freese, been kbvfn to the public for several re-election, as will be seen by his an- or veto constitutional amendments. He for their past support, an s
_____________ for their' pastr suport and sonlh "eetl ota
months, As now officially a candidate nouncement in todays patr. Mr. Is not on the "recently constructed your votes at the coming primary, The County Commissioners tLhould to satceeod himself, as Indicated by the Paulling is one of the best-known and band wagon." am very respectfully,
S va the matter of rapportioning their following letter: most highly esteemed citizens of He commenced life working In W. D. DICKINSON.
r espectve districts Immediate atten. Tallahassee, FIida, March 20, 1948. Aiachua county, and his rends will Quincy. Florida, at a salary of $15 FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
ti. As at present apportioned the Hn. Arthur T. lliams, Oairman rally to his support in the approaching per month, and boarded himself. He I hereby announce myself a ca
dltrlOet are not nearly equal either as State Executive Committee, Jack- primary with a determination to land has himself been a hard-working, date for the office of County Tr to territory or population. sonville, Florida. him a winner, struggling man and he knows what it urer, subject to action of the Ds
u--r f means in others. He has never mar- cratic primary, and will appreciate
My, Dear Sir: Your favor of the Governor Broward was accorded a riedthe support of all fellow-Democr
It Is playing to note the rapid iln. 18th last., enclosing a blank notice of most r w e na e r ied, he has alays had obligations. Respectfully, M
cream of The Sun's subscription list. candidacy for United' States Senator visit to Miami. The Governor has His life has been spent more in W. J. MATTHEUS.
Our traveling solicitor, Mr. G. D. and State officers other than members reason to feel proud of his Increasing thoughtful consideration of other peo Donnie, Fla., March 14, 1908.
PIlks, Is doting good work in this line, of the Legislature, gether with a popularity In the Everglades section, ple than of himself. He feels sur Iespectfully announcemysef ead the value of the paper as an ad- puai in the Eeld s he will b elected "if h t b I resp ectl a oce yet
vertias medium to dally p ereasin copy of the rules, reso utions and elec. and if his dftinage operations prove votes." He does not propose eto trade County trsure-election solicit the o 1 lawsgvotes. He does not propose to trade County 'treasurer and solicit the
esgmidiy s tion, laws bego verning primary e as successful in the rainy season off a single office. There is honor in of all Democrats. If elected I promise
Then is no disguisng the fact that lohas been receive they have during the extended being Governor. If it is tainted with to fulfill the duties of the office l
The.a is g t e a t enclosed find herewith my notice drought In the 'Glades he will be the dishonor he does nthe future as in the past Respe
p or, W B.t Agure a is going Setori be a of ndidacy together with check for most popular man In Florida all along dho fully R. B. PEELER.
peatinent e i n the Seatorial $125, which will cover the amount of the East Coast. .. ... -_arch 6th, 190[.
ontest He has a good record, as my assessment t at a candidate for the News conie from all over the State
well as a charming wife to aid him o-Mce of State Superintendent of Pub- A Waldo correspondent suggests that the people aro niIfesting very FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
4alittle interest ina aolincs. The cand- I respectfully announce myself
d In his canvass, and is making friends lie bistructlon. the name of N. W. Millican for County lttle r h candidate for County CommiTsind
daily. Kindly acknowledge receipt of same. Conmtsslonr. lie says Mr. Mtllican dates for State othen are unabl? to fro District No. 4 and solicit the
ant eablige. Yours truly, S In every way 4tLalified for the po- get very large crowds out to hear votes of all Democrats at the coming
snW. M. HOLLOWAY. ition and would mnake an excellent them and it has been suggested that primary. Respectfully, J. W. MAY.
Dry"Ta will prevent an active can. W., py HOLLa.,Y an. Do a e a xeln. N. 1.I
oyn willpreve activ... official. Th correspondent says noth- they arrange joint debates. It is prob- Micanoy, Fla., R. F. D. No. 1.
mw on for his seat. In hie misfor A NEW DISCOVERY. Ing is to ble said against the pIres'nt able that such will be done during the respectfully announce myself a
teae he and lhis family the comnnlissioner, but that the people of next fw we S. candidate for County Commissloser
athy of th whol f The PhiladelphiaRecord sn'y I'nder. that section :re entitled to the offce -- - = from District No. 4. and solicit the
S y taker J. P. Rose of Drownvill. Pa. this time. Anyone wishing to correspond with votes of all Democrats. If elected I
itate. believes he has discovered the se. __-- Capt. I. J. Carter can address him at to thp rramthem duts to the oy.eo,

Rea. John N. C. Stockton, the lead- cret of Esyptisn mummy embalming. E. A. Osteen, who has been a faith- Putnam Hall, Fla. This Information Respectfully,
tag matidate for Goveroor, wa a wel. and crowds visit his establishment ful and emelent deputy of Sheriff ts given for the benefit of any Ir- A. U. HILLEARY,
elme visitor to GalnevIlle this wek. daily to gase on a dead unknown. into Fennell since the latter's induction -lVorsof Capt. Carter's company who Micanopy, Fla., March 13, 1908.
Mr. Stocktoo Is no stranger to the whose body he has been injecting a Into the ofie, announces himself as may desire ishtestimony la relation I respectfully announce my cadl* popts of Alachua county and will re- sert preserving faid daily for the a candidate for sheriff in today's Sun. to service in the Confederate army. dacy for re-election as County One.
**We~v a flatterins vote here at the com* past six weeks, Mlr. Ostern is well quallfled for the ......... ..... ..... -... missioner from the 4th distrlet, caprimaad The m an was killed by a train oin oftee and would make an efmetent the election distrcthso abi n
pPimary.January o. No one claimed the txty. ofecr. lHe has friends throughoutthhaP0LITI'AL T eIs e oro veh- The press bulletins issued by the and the undertaker secured it. antaran- county who 'il give him loyal support. ed I shall endeavor to srve the p
priest Station of the University teeing a decent burial, 'shen his ex. . pe faithfully and impartially. Vwy
et Ptorida are of great value to the perinnts .r fwerenished. In reply to friends of the various AN OUNCEMENTS truly V s, .a PAULING.
farmers and stock raises of Porida, In nearly fifty days that hvse candidates a to who The Sun will V
ad should be prer-ed for future pased sine, there has been no change supiort for this and that offiCe. we I hreby announce myself a cand .
I reerene. The Seta is glad of the la the ap|iarance of the bod. ex. rep-nt: We will support the candid. Advertiements under this head, not date for County Commissioner trm
opportunity to print them. 'cept that it has become almost a hate date who i nominated. This io a exceeding nine lines, will be publish. I)istrict No. ,. subject to the actigp t y r ted one time a week tn the dally, of the primary If elected I will
and as ftrm as marble. After a we.k Democratie fight, and The Sun. being and one time a week in the semi. deavor to gi'e. the people a aill
-, Now that John Stockton has "got the beard of the stranger rew to the a Demorati newspaper, has no right weekly, from now until the Democratie ImpartIal service. Reapecs'ey
busy" in his own interet for Gover- length of a quarter of an inch. A to take side, for or against any can. primary on May 19th fcc 310; after R. M. MARTIN.
nor the other candidates are pleo "n shave was regarded as necessary. ned dilate. s4) long as we consider the must h te lnoun eCash i hawthorn. March 9th. 198.
the addle" and scouring the woods in the undertaker wught for aemeral days candidate wrthy of the every instance. I respectfulloywannuneemy
sarh of votes. They realise that before he foaud a barber 'sillung to candidate for reelection mself a
Mr. Stocktou is Ise d of treet otz. undertake the job sine then the, H~n lo I. Parris has formally an POR SHERIFF. Commitsstoner from Distriet
orgy and is hard o teat tn a whirl, muay has b'cni gten a clean ha: noutncevd that he will not be a tandi At the earnest solicitation of many promising the same faithtal attention wind eamlaigu' ource a ***rk state for tongrees against the able' friends throughout the county. I an. of the duties of the offce in the 1
a-d worth. Incumbent. Coagressman ntWar-e fr the omee of Sheriff of tur. as in the pat, and soliCit the rn-ak. btAlachua county, sabject to the action voes of my fellow-Deanocrats.
The pteoplet of Tainia are, broughtt The editor of The i'Sun has hen a ; Ir~k lark. but 'ill stand for r.- f the primary electric. If elected I s:eitfully, J. F L ygg
----- tin over the po~.stit~it of the ls I resident of Intn.thI. fr bh'r'tioen to th.CeslgIslature- from lDural aur. the poop$* that I will see -th.o-.e poa. uthht mean the dhertutie ,f nearly all tu. teret msn t | ifettedl in n taspali I ifll the' "^'t.r fo he woul hase met P. G. RA .118EY. ,ag.,ttda-te far 'ountr Cocntad i "atafic. frh,,sghs eyIk.Ih~elettr w. ct W W'Noee'ee n n'"urIf electedrby- r' l1.trctNOl f lete
14ban trant thro u ghts Key tie The ,its on ,tr ,. ..rt I' ',o hrby announce myself as a can to' to vItt r. faithful attend .
l.\ery effort will t' miade to retain 14thd ld tl oer t b.' at.'did.tefor hi Ie offce of Sheriff of all t). duti... the office ad
thas service, but It *' ipoibie that the printetd on the. 'ow a.4:.,iti t r ttw I.egstane A'rchA ct mte' at ithe ensuing Ib'ms th.- .'0",le to the best of my aig .
maIil ':il bt' tatke t. the lhortes"t h certifiedl to. t tes'.nt t o .st. .a aents this l'rt of the otertrs l rmtw if r:te, Resp ,ullyfIn lloew.
u,,'tt, ths March et t, ,, ,, .t s ,0.ry Ilkel that the' t to di~char ,,t r Jut t o th 11, r- .
abate hts tanaeI p, t ,," ', ~ o fther t athout fea r. fa' er or partish'iL :mf tIr e
,'so Ls*asi how t,. te be t of no kn, let ,* .arch rd. 190$
thoe fi r t., ni jgsg s'ydst lte fth w tert|he stIo it m' .a. t sure l the Ianty 11 G i0t'HAit~R~S fOR MEMB "R s
It,,,)ff, sout go.t n t;hergts wer the. tapl.asetrs to t a., .st .", ". et C O
't't!ble that touthorst Elet I 'e Hnttias1vin:o:::h4.1 se sc't< a li'h~b$4ts ath r a EME :naat
I no'l ny ut I, tsirofitab The SUnm to rr qut t.d t,, an .51.o 1 it I r ker o f iPell t!l be a *'re ther prewt'inc mIbaat **nt r i .io as
-- , ~th* O 'e ,and bries4 romans st.,* l1 t 'rv. 1, fr m-i- rg
t:. the hat henen the that 1. .\ Notwita on ll i e uad ,dat. f reomnatk. as a em. friends throuttealt the tus i ,
', ,,,ute nolt., ,trt' ship ca didate f~r utr c,,m t,,,s r bur t th," ,, e lboard frr the ne thr my el eddita for hrtf,* 'ar. I at. l th the
r ,,nsis. t,, re.ldcnt, frts the a..e,-dut ,d,.tr -, a ti. he slia. d ,i<.rt,-t .a the rte nttg pinar i Al* aa ounl.ty, mb) t t arts. n I . ,, ,t r a
-,this : ssult he an i lerutlal fr al antIaun, t e ti' : i. r .a t ooreme-t a |ll aptear th e w p rimars f a. :- .st la- r g Mil
e'l-etedi I sweentiw a fatth~ui :-**rf arh r.I *M.i wtil ha g
: ,new la ti t' r.ght lIte whkh 'sUI be made later ia few da, sanc of the dues of the oc .- t it r truly


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O PEN specally L.Ies~j y ~* j&~ vatam~ mtry sho ed of cabbage was illustrated by thbe yeI- of hrriing Is t e b*,um
centinfua ~of SIMk -by the B~ab- lowbacteria. which cause It being why all te frisads of INau
OwOnext. Hection the gussWmkpoess, and seedls of liareties Ivioeqn uniollr it magnification of I.W0d. should feel peffl of virbt It h"l
STATE UNIVERSITY %,re rl- irLgh the kintchi nd fl elvratIicrndIv, ooln Thest Iacteria wer'elo sown grow- ready aelwnPflushd and hopeful aStl tO

an StdusEititiid *' r houen ast th'v aptl- ton anid velvet boolme were also to be tiroil4evios of colunting the nvinibler of
alcuity an tdnsEieti't ili- llerte oe)e w os seen. Charts showing the Lvcerttaxv bacterial coloniies, each, of which THE G. W. HYDE COPIPANY.
Guests in a C4-Aver Mann1t.r. ill,. ll', n and ordjerly- olmiioition of different foo-t-itts in dl- grows fromnit' nactertiumi In the
I *'>..i second flotor oif thi, ge'etible nutriment. and example Of dishes of nuitrienit je'lly, wasn Illustritt- EI.,ant Display of Spring Goods At

MAN VSTR klpiedj partly itY s 'stot-lo litit..'tiA and ubl nertit vawrvi.the '*Daylight Staroo.'
S E N it!, lilhr~tr' anld pertly its xi the wallst. On one tabe w&4 a The entonioloiit. Dr. K. W. llerp.r. Neike'r belore' has much # Ztand dia'f!.r Dr Ylit1nm1 anid hr. display of veterinary instrunkents. exhibited pumps for spraying f 11119i play of spring tiolds bseen seen In They ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ L Wer Shw)l' ~j B~- 1 Y-111i -At, 41t hand to The pelant physiologist hlad arranged elde'. or f'ungue apore's. lntiowticidal wil (Ilulssville as is now ilaunt at the
They Ware Shoe El,,reia arm, de part. ant intitrutctivre series showing each lotions, or dust. A number lf, ijir ,j)"ight 9tOre-_b W ld
ifg~ad h Epr~rnti1Firit.o ir alkoilte iusd it a step of the preile5ence ry in pro, bous Iisects were on view. An litter- ompasy-the fismt &Wost awtta.
Where Professors and Assistants in r'*l. r w iii allt ct~ rootmi for Dr. eari thin sections of plant tissue' etinig eihibit wast the dritoutrtioin IY dry goodjs ovsab ab ei wt it the
Various Departments Exp'ained. T.he reaiing-rooni also for the nticroscope. Branches of the of the excretion of honey-dow In iiropti S~t of riorids.

Froi Snd~ ~ IK~l hbraer% The % Isitors noted ortiinges~ atferted with dieback. chio- by whitefly larvae. The work of the The display of hate sold other fine
Th ~j~,>. ., ~i '. catiets oif Eniglish, ii. rnieie of the cassaya, and orangli loaf Vanat' suail in clotaritg off the mO~t)% sillimery Is truly a th~lik )f billauty.
and I~itica Ecollnly wre quite spots were to be seelon, as well ats all mold which grows Ii the houty-dew labile, the hanisom. Vsk of ladles'
Ile t M ar tN L 4 '~ \lko4 (it the' % el-known A mien, the details of a complete, outfit for was Illustratil by p oo rp s 'h ready-to-wear garments b as mueh ad.
weho ga( it i I .j, -- .,,, ( l odint cals were to be seen, a nicruscolvial work on plants. ections tif meothp. blittelie's0 and tired by thi a o as Othe' lde theii.
wh 111It ot lJX. \* lu uumbtcr of kiewtopapers and Oi the frorst flitonr the, vitor-A niiht t'i'to e' tre oil voft-w. lle I\ 114
sit uf)11' t,' ?i> i II 0'eitilii't the Pompact and well .errang- In front of tie'% FhstriniWevt Stationi 10vorything is olierrod at the loilve't
sptcU t" 11"-ell a\ I'il"'e t id library of the' Station. admidrably building. iii ittoiiirary anti *telltr- s n eotsaesoiwt
eolor~~~ -I ~h icihii 11311 11401 -1te'fully llre?-ieie'. o~her hy Mrs. E. IV liergotr lighted lien.i the Anvimal inutiha deue.w hthe'tr you boy or not. Doi
th o it~ 11 l: ot & eeAkin u Ith potted On Its tohelies, In on*. thousands bond had (init Itlw two shorthorn hu lls, tn Inot fail tol revad the sidyetaemue'nt it
She (Chii 1 t htI il (Ili the' sevonde veelurnee and more than 1,3001 leamich. ft e Y.'ars, tild. we'ighlin 1600 1 01110111, .The Ill~e 0)o In tooday's 8110. sue
The~zt, -11 \i *I 'r. 1. ci ui tho- rooiniv- 'ettu are found a peracticallyv coivplete (lit short horn i-ow 0i earss old. weigh. 11lie t ilt- e' i e'4e'dingly low prIcet'e
ecloc I- V a I I i i.r Iing Do part. wet of t he pubhilications uuf the Ilh-art' lux 1,1h Ittmid4) i~ultilt#%1 JeTerb eew VOWedil i i
big ;I i'\ n ivnt of Agriculture. and if the Ph. &ld a native liorida, COW.
ior tll,, tiYi* for it. lierisuvent staitiousl of tilt United Afte'r our examination eof the EX.ieri- Gwards ito Be ls td
The \it l 'lii as!eei .;14e a-. well ast of smiail foerilitn mont Staicen rtxmnvs wt- fuel a oont ey- Irrol;j Sulnej),kiail little.
ui~in ti,:t t lo-iametai of agricultural do-partmients anid bootasule allot, waiting 1ktel kta isto the'% grotonr ('altaill J W% Illandiug, ean mand Ing
P airei1.pita tiations houne. At thlt xrt'e'u houvoe' wt, find ('ela~tiY It. sotoeniInfantry, lridaht
Vi1alle to L::. -1 IJ4i aliieratu-s. The liort icultural and lotaoieal Ilk,- Nr. Ifete Allho sinew,.n un his ciolie'Ct bit State Toi's -the', toalnaviile Guania
thoe c~t~~ ar-t Ex'perinment Station. piartnent. on the oppcosite side. Prto. Of plants8 vuici wt") Aso idicite' whilt hi rt''ehot elinformiation that him
'', 1!'., 4'ltfilit'ef Ito P. H. ROW@. exhibited a number of ,exporrinivents art% tim-ng carried on. A company will be subjected to iueepoill
At I tit, I:,,.* I,. iSlti eillvi.t. tropical anid sub-tropical ti'iitt. l'huto- flying trip aertos the farnis, stopping tion nvext Tuesdity evetung.
"Call'to 11 ,.* ~ ~ graphs of fruits. trees and groves. aniti to glance' at the' poeel whollre Seir. lie-4it Adjutant-ooneral J. 0. it. roster
tha t i ow *' Wr also charts of rotations and of crOPs, has a Iflue collection of acuatic And will probably imit be present. but a
a*l O .reiuevrh were'o on the walls. suicjai plants, wil 1ass 011 rogeulary onmmlusitmed oemoer of the'
wa i,, it, t,,41 te The botanist e'xhitited the' bacterial hurrileitly avid cuelito to the swimming .A ywilcdcthei '. i lou. lit which diasesa of "Ilvry, knows as black poo)L which was formerly a large sink- tjoin.
.11\,I~~t ~oitlaheart, the cause, of the isease'w being tin., lbut ham belon flied ult, In a' Captaini Illanding sand Uleutsonats the visitors t .! VI'l- There were shown under the microscope'. Silamplea rneiterntvvutnur i Warren and Wheeler feelI vory Wfach
thelf stildtzit, v1.. ..*.', fl i-i r tittervnitv showilng the ist of the therniinie'te'r lit We didi not visit the gyninasium anid pleated over! the prospecltis of this
th ro: ti tr, V 2 .ti~ l te Iprool-e'sl guava& Jelly making we're ott view, athletic fle'lds, but wenat on to the shop, i, p cin as the compalv it n"w In
ReAe ., ,,.- I '1pl oeitictlo ill a 0 At the top floor of the btziiding, In Itere wt, found a %oery crtmiltahle as. It* elogavit new armory, and wait *Ctio
"Rilthe hr *' -. It h.r roim were' the large room devoted to Planit 11% nortiue'it of wtot neb amd ironiworking lit litter conditions since Its or',gnlass
al t -i ()ll -r, e.,ri1ing Pat. tholoogy, Prof. It. S. F'awcett hall n tooils. ati wt% we're surprised by the tiewi. Several mvw nasms have heet
aroili! I -\tractlilg their fungus diseases. The diease., known as 41islolay'e'd lin the sanile'. tif timir Inospetiess, and lit all the eOinPOZY
visitors We iioi i 't it- sugansr by the am twsehiark of thil' orange weEs shown work oniiieieleiti'mio. twill Inake a fite showing.
buildings '- t.': -ici- by t~tra as It affecotst the branches and the htack to) the chapenol. which we reach Captain,11 hilamidimi extesi A coidial
~' te ed o T'- ga :r 14elaris- frmilt. Samuiele's of oranges which had In time th ar (ow jIlly ad to inVItAtit) the public to attend this
the otflet's ,I'.r'e tylp' and loev u'lraveeI with lkrditaui mixture hear 34lits Sebmitit slugn, both of Inspection, during wb the oompanY
C .,rtimotoo-or for as- oloheweoll the e'ffrocts o'f the fut-icide Ii whoin ilalis'l e gre'ntly by thpir .will 5articlivate Ini a drill.
T he s ec( iI if s r ity ro- the sii nce (if w e'aly bark nuerkee. bitt re dit o n s.. A t the oikje tille f their lIlA Y .- a r n y s il i ow d e s c a
tepriv-r i flo'tie wiere th'ee was a larlito crop Of purple', scale. Ing Dr 81ld lc iiada a short and In-, arnyadmrtaedes ht
an here ()ttiar orange', sanijeles diltsl~e~'l the f irtumai selirrsee In this he tOld of trol 014illA11111*liad labor cottacts for
The floor ;0- 0. p'round 4'ffe4'tn of the slra ltig on tite- viniokv h work of the' V niveraity, covnipriei 1410 At this oMeo. rle 50 cents W'
museum. 11- i., it, of the Dee- fungii, of the orangol. The IliAck rot It w ith thee either higher Institutino' downm, or It per hundred.

The Gads ipa H

.~< Fin Miliney0U W. HYDE CO'S.

AJ lief' elt Is do~ bow;ei~r.~ iulaI)ijuyofI gl~Ilh


1111oli Is hereby given thas TI, J. 8wearin- "frDiae
Nau oeiFre i -Beu pabser of Tax Ct iaeI o No. IS @
'Last Fall;" writes Mrs. S. Qi Bailey fT* fh SkhdSTO tod AImue19ftolfid~ 0 wn, e
Perl ~dSb~ ton, W, US," I was, goin' down by Inches prooesrewoe, tatdInAfeU
PERY AS CEE P TAGDYfrom female disease, with great pain. After tal- Tosay t, Soutli IW I\
-0 soreea,0 aeOf0 ubos0
Vitm oeCagd~Ing Cardul, Ohl MylI HowlI was benerdtd I I Tb msmlod bp@O aem I
Oins Wore k a Atm I M Miti. am not well yet, but am so much better that I will 10d~nd~
heMncrl hdo keep on taking Wine of Cardul till I am perfectly sodw 0h *w- tax do i m mo o o
-rho Mn Gofrililf Tiedto Pots OWmy oiad signastmMe sea W
me 1 cured.~l~ Sgo~ il. k day of "eem A. D I=O rtewis

FI IuwamGIs f srtaw Adispatch teThe ?i ee4bom &rM Despite thie envious #,tucks of Jealous feemies ~ ~ C~ntCor acu o. ~
?ry,. 115., new iiii @ arch loth, awd rivals, Cadul stil holds supreme position *wrws OF APPUCATIO9) RTA Ti M 11
Iewe anm 2 6'clock this morp- today [as In thbi past 70 years] for the relief and awLAwS or FWimA.
ng aMoti at citsess Quietly weli )N** ~.. ~ .. od"e ft heireb gives %bat T. J. SwOSIF1 (Stol #- .to the oun jall sald sss.~oh. W5Ub wo of 51I fe W ft a aI stpsa in, tones up .flo a a adiet o
MSU 41b day of July. A. D. IM.1 H. (.3AO
am 9I4th te wrills Ii"sa ___' eu sfu0af sm lis
3.6km~~~f ,ii ownsI3 theme Wd Wi .I AVJ/ aS eUS& spiloieem for tax deed
eluded in0t Jut 0111114141 09 the town, the hawctons,, and ains A~ Olm siobs a eualf Saoida UPeflM LandC 00"
tie them securey to anb d rwd If TP to,. an~ i IL1-11 oo
In f replacement Of b f .- o
dled their boies within buidetj* JeST- st~Inbmmg dain the Date of w ith the rbi go!
lug them to tat pwstlm they qu~tv a misplaced oran._________l,!mSO6Ol~~eI h June of wM. t en s
lY lof the 5* UmI~n ortifogte shall be redeemed so- timber an1680 Is
"The~~&M so fin. I" deedm .. ~ t wl isse thereon 0n gon. Nevada. sad
per earft this some dwa aft w m 5~ip~UUseb "sI of April. A. D. 191K extended to a8l t"e
"Theau botdie s smq ease a~d ti AU l w l f. s $ s Witness my o ftiel sdgnature ad sea this of Augustl 4. INS.
who the ob was cmposed o.fA a. b day of Marh. A. a. IM0. berry. otyoA
molaaf batn tM 8 2Su s t. H. WIN OES.1118 bas thsda ie
w h r the m it was cm ared with poll pd Clert Circuit Court Alahua Co.. I. et No. 7m#% fo
the murder of a whilto ama tow dayrs *3MiiNOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX *bow that the laI
*~ ....A go atBlueCreek aCEWill o~ilan UDEl) UNDER SECTON I OF CHAPTER rpss.m et
wor UKuw I lS LAWS OF FLORWA. :r bfoeIt rgd
311otfee Is boyeby given that A lnu11is Mon- A W. INS.
NEothe ANAv4"EUG. # Z~HAt son. purcaser ofTa Cetfct Ne SO dte names "a witn~sewuANN
"M oM llin w s t l sa e I w hN E R & i A l A N A a r I U M T L E V H 1 3 the 4 %b de y of S eptem ber A D 10 0S. ba s S 6 1.4 in p D. J. H odge siaIdG
attempt t WI W 1.Carer th ~"Mi esriheet. Io my office, and has am alo Newberry, Fia.
jaieranddidmetsueed iniuphing frsoovaltien to be Demanded fromt Presece of Warships Allay Oier of :=, Jbs7tle oisu nar=Ayan 1 sm~ld
SU rtlrate emra above'dewre ads 4311111W
jailer, m did-lilt necood n fo"WW escribedproperty situated in Ala-eiclmin"oft
his esespe bowin dsu.d late by 411epbllsot Lesars. Foreign 111ooldiiits. ebae aounty. Florida. towlt: tOer daim ti of ce
4A Marshal Hawkiimss. It h, not believed A mevemeint of great sIgnticaliic or~u-PraCe, Maerch 30.-Comae 33 sTre t .. 01 o-- Nwif WsSe.paHm.S.C U
here that mwa members of UPe mob, to the Republican PeArt. has bow O~~1 h ad ed~issea h aee
It amy, Were teoaots of Ferry. as sArted bty leaders of the oolored ofeae o outt W0.le~t ihe tisnef Notic Iendot heab elve nhaame
was no cause or thorn to tke to of the Statft ft th late fwu SBI1cUSWo have 4,07- UbIse saidcertificate hall he redeemed so.Ntc xhrb ie httit there W"n,4111111100f* o aevtrs-o5 h Uatted States.... It. n--- 1d=4lg aw Issethro the tirst publication hereof. the
the )u= oin on. vaiu eumlo toWVS R1U1U Wav asC to- law tax dee dl Isu theeo ON V, Admlflllt'ator of the estat
th wIn their amm ands.' at the election ofon colored doe. the NhaU dailse,~e rnh Wte y prlotl igntr and 19eal thsheser, deceaee. will apply to
the coutry unmlestee 6th day f Nich.Wso y_~ inr a.d sea this Jutdge of Alachua county. gaetoteRoutca aioa oru drars in Vftpgjng to talke, S. H. WJENGF.8. order to dispo-o of tbe foolle
Great sorrow In felt In DeLand lItver vetion, fromt each of twentyseven oft bosid anl the rwelno in the GJap. pd Clerk Circuit Court Alachuas Co.. Fla land. lIvng and being In A
the ~st ofHos 11ury Dl~n, coseOoo~~kM 4W(Ct Insix mig pttinh N Sipalf cosultesLarson and Lizzie Larson. his wife. fo~dor, 01 the city. The sad event lioithern states, sand also the choice at (lomaivea, at St. Marc 4A Port. KOTICEz Or APPLWATION FOR TAX Hlundred 'wen tYL nine (ISO). lynig In I occrred l&a riday at his boize In Of solid colored delegations from "auix. The eowa will tske the ra. r EW) UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTERl a pairt of teTown of F'alroik Farot.K ,twelve Southern states, where, It Is olutiontoto at. Thornw. 48W. LAWS Or FLORIDA. county. aeoritg tDow thew
asserted, the colored people have been Prsdien wfOt Ajz hA sse Notice is hereby given that W. S. TIls* thereof (in file and of recordI dataied r t of Nov. A.rtificate is.d Ahuatinevle (Ufthe cost @ad0k
-Ignored by the white Republicans. Instructions in th caf of si o duae h t of No CriAte NoI s ied 'hu cty O in lt ot "A"
later epesetatve ofthetoy ooer, ncld~n Mjosaid~j certUlcae in my office, and has m-4de ap- six (6I). ; Tbesste r rersnaietfteary05os nldn aor ~*pislnfrx deed to issue In accordance Adminixtrrtor of the Estate of
nlegfroes are to demand recognition on que, coumndanit of the track caal with lay. Sald eert~flcate embraces the f 01- Cheater. TDecese.d,
-tiegrond ha th blck otrs on-17 or., hO re w ade arest~lowing described property stuatedn Al&'hua Mlarch 4th. IQWK
the tiond tat he lackvotrs an. y trm wo ae w U~a orestocunty. triords. %nwit: s~~~~~tutA~ssico tebkofteRpbia MPI62Of being implielted In the 84 of gwof Ne4 Se It*Tp. AS.. R. 31 stitute~~~11 th ul f ze eublan NOTICE OF APPLICATION M
party In the south. recent conoprsacy, that If the bsets TheIsuc said land beingaeiiiatn the dat of DEEDA UNDER SECTION 8 OF (2U
In 1am states Foraker clubs hbuys warraat: It, they be takes befor a h Issanc of~ suh erham I henmeo 4iM. L A WS OF FLORIDA.
bee sated Teyarechefy oa tlarly oonititutse military court for Uless amid certillcate shall be redeemed so. Notice Is hereby given thstG C.Ct ..m~MI. stre.Teyaealll o-ording to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on purcjbawrs of T'ax fiertificate"No. I&. posed of negroes, anid are not intended "Msili.toIhdaofApril. A.- D. 1911 3rd day of April. A. It. IN& I.,ee
se uchto oomtheSentorforthe A 0oiatzcrtla will e"169 the Casn WItness my official signazture and sea this certificate tn my office. andA"b somuh o oos heSeatr othh e Josh day of March. A. D. 11001, aplication for tax deed to
Prdienia anidcy teyar of MslJor Aurel Hatiou, oharsWd wbb S. H. WIENGES. cordssice with law. Sad J'
Pre~eatal cndiacy t@ hey re o king an atteapit aaist the seour- pd Clerk Circuit Court Alachua Co.. Ia braces the following described Arpm applaud him for attacking the dis- Hir Mi. S. CHEVES. D. C. sted In AluechuA county. Iarkla. oi
Ity oft itat. and conspiring to W --~~------- Ne 4 of bw 4 %cc. aL Tp. I85.5.
abare o th neim bttaionwitoutacres. oharg of the aeccusataion, wcopihoty sanin the president. Thesre were N6TiCic or APPLICATION FOR TAX Th said land being assessed a% Sbo trial, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ s onteacstos0 opiiyD igns, of itibUaseg tbhlOolt DDit UNDER seTIoN sO orCHAPTERH the Issuance of such certifites isa
ith rweilditrac.Teeof Unknown 4
I. heBronsill dstubace.Thsethe city, the preece of the warships 4"~ LAWS OF 10LORIDA. UnlMen said certificate hall be dol
clubs are working apminst Secretary Ip the harbor a&Haying the feams of bho Notlee Is hereby given that. Mary It Pearson. cording to law, tax deed will Issue d
Taft who, as bead W the war ofie, foreiga. reaidots. purser of Tax Certificate No. 313. dated the 80th laT of March. A. D. 120i.
the td ty ofJuly. A. 11)., has ffied Witness' my Offivcl awniature amA
la held to b.41mmediately response wlcetfate In my office. ann baamaicte beLdb day of Fe~bruary. A. D. Ila6
Y for~c tall deed to Issue to accord. S. H. WINN
for th" Injustice to the black troops. Port-au Prinace, MAarcb 2.-The sft..Iance'Xwish law. Said certificate embracus lid Clerk Circuit Court Alahua m An nearly all the negroes are probablY uatlon boro Thursay coatibusid t-. the followinir d~,1ri11d property situated in N Republicans, the following latest table qui Three other warship, have Commence at Nw corner of Ski of Sea. NOTICE OF APPLICATION Vol willk or aeie --ter-- to the Re. aMro- 1- - t A~m'la c trII. TP It Ai..f It 1. aml run K to W. l1iAne fIEE NFR ETO FC

ty WY. "I


Mirs. Carrie VAiii jr I NW M1N 1LECill
t o M ia m i. S h e V I-, r t II V jiq'E' M g m e t i t RU
leturing and dolt,. L: I,,t'it
.:~:siAnt am Ceamttees Wone Appelntei,
After ser~hlg p' iimatt. for I; f I ri to' he ad the Camp G 0 DeW to
- m ore than tvi nu l~ g 11thv he 63 4 ~ ,~iti~ i it
T. Cobb of Fort I'it-lro 1L;. r, "sIuzt'd *.. t* n clsihe, ~ uw .imyh
aft A pl -h NOWAWU 001 Pesa
Horner Dean, thle .plcerial \%ho a,,.. ~ Izro tng orfe mthey M" la :y at
u lted A lderm an M cui -I in r ill 8 a l 0 0 ~t e~ e ~t e m p i tu d
ently, 6a 9 been trie-d. an o h i id nm r vi*~* l the filt 111p ot Iw ed 111,111 t t h e g r a n d ju r v f ir 1 ,I I~ C t i v a m n s t h i to r ye e a t e V o t m e W GI heSl t h the
C, ,auf. } O&~ f Qu rt rl the caim p w th at 1 -N e
The old St. Fnmr i ~ r ill st. 1.p t o a q to l t m- Wmto O it o
A6ug uistine llLo itl iv : r I Vn S W h Se ft a M *t lb y of~m
: rc-1l4e the emap beft WPt'*M
goernisi :i ~ ~. l. eoim ws a-e to ordr by
Vetted Ifl( *ii t Co11 sheINmdsr10 w a. s t w o ILd
J o i o (I 2 1 4 h 1 .W .db S O
at th beibing bow 6Wa 1111 wM to 1
T h e c it v s e th i g at s "a t h is old
- m i s s e d l l It c o m r a d e s & 8 am wa & I t o n oa t e t h e
P olicem an lbtno y a m o w ,,l o
elected the lit h V ii -u a erm o A NDg o f~ I
Oiover a diII .i the days Of thols 'oftt b y

wer Abodrn,: ,,od ft g .~ o "a gbt Wr 0,A
-Aorke d ri I: I "I tn k. frS l ua d they were eeeal to either
unio sttio iiiIt l IThe, meting being ~alle to order,
the ticket 1, In't It 1:t v 41 the Minutes at last Ieeseam wee red
Visited andu riM Ip : \. by Aftaat J- C- MoOMw. and UPM .

M ax C a a, I k, i' 'I~ ; ,iittr l (old the exp reva M g J A e m it at S J lw U e m a T = fi~re h io h i 1 "I f -lilt 22 lilii %%c d .r t' ar fuI that the y w ould IE L l t a01 J. D U s he w 4 Od
1 te a r conij anv of I*.: i J~*.i i It o ; n' it tliinme.r to Ifoe. ~~ *S ahs ae Isrpr nW ~ .
ags. Te am~ i' 'i ti h'fad~ tfm of a. typewrfttti Copy of thelesbeteIit I..: III I I" I h~ii h*(sdelpn.W bytlows. whieb with a few digh Weoe AeeldsttSh Ss
.W ta brought 'it, t.* i-'A*, *'t10 2alt irrt.. to ko ta c e w dite sd25 miss., *am %ddnot furi-h ac= ly haIt. le i"" grimlu and mauiily. Illad WA Jacios MWOO ~
ii i th.- (~a- or wetboit4 'M at~l thfi the isrvmc af ae nw amtwwbw"lo
J. Wol, l~lg* hic d*la)I04.- emniula Dat2, was brueght up. ad It am agpeea, misn.. o uwiq am of 011intus m
*. Atlantiv w." wwa ..I samm.u ege ftoIvite Rev. Ugt., Ws"es einW wshS "M.~ 16 o 0 m# as3 #m "Od0
Myers, hias It-t ii. I! ii J. EL KkboeI of UrNOW& "Pwsa to I**. Unit~ Wd0" ba*so d a, si the S.1h
41 adewe Om W e 61, tobuuei b*0 1110% solbat 'If 11h v fh ut
partsars utiktnoA i. :. -i. vli 1A~. ln"a~ra 1.ia es Tffve the ematlon .th mes I"e we wft V"* ~ b nipw h ~
whis w~hcrval'-,1h k:- Park It ll~A~ tle recenttly turned day hIM easm bW&&*@ urn,01 UW hNWb AWABOW16I.
~Idren art, til;.I) r, r 'i 1! A.'i 1 11,11h 'A Ill attract miacth ioo io MydayM fJW O f I 1110"r-0 1 1 O.0* av ~~UpJear1Inct. liI' IA .t~ .i''' p,~ h*tat.'. This sa er tW edas t nV o~ ~t 1,46%O *lvabSOP"f
~y West. !,"I .I NrMicln of Talk gemda Ntr MarIt It" 9")we Use .1%*~ ONO* woereba toth 00~m "dui soe aat 18040 is* .am V"
'A' .1 *" ,"1.1 11(nsioker of prr fora, adS the oevak lb acme wea' h91Wu ft ah 011111 6486 atNWWGa hsh-W~~*
'~ t Is I:or.' v, i2n w l ho Is on vntbp~sfrteoclam to wqsdpe a s ftS siONOtWtrs
within the n''\t :;' i' will be puilmd tt. Te ontksi .
1WN whihV.~I.i K '''i'' ifir and profi A reetrotin omte gmran ortete rrom W"h P%"S on No.w.Cwmwt
befo re t12 wh i \%as I d a. t r r A, #- s ate xk35 this T h g s .sd T VS oGmuafl1 a se. .
S. gl.J.0 Maibmica I& ."U 0U's4 O U t W gtw 1
Ay beoe 'ilt, ri~l d~...~' :it the ken LRuwm.wreapVe .@Ya.W' ueesa l~~f
'tlbe shlii-41 1K I A If;- over two Me tt ~Noe's 11ecovefIy.p g
th of k at i' I 'fed j11ra" 'RIIIIIII Ot *'0111A10 w ftr N oas ~i ft Al
Of ~~~~~~~~t le af iAiiroe w ere IL C. C b~ ot ISOM $ WAl DI a a a e
and Pit~ K--I. .." dlachatg- CA amA vowuv cNmOWee a 1W it a
Pointed 00 9000.Aomtitv few ninh 11111 ad three s a eifNnW an-cd
I '. h sa S.o H, Wke..n 3. D. MatmaneW lb Iu riu uInvin* MOeudur.,W.u n
Tepublicw licU y and J. A. Carlisle were apoit"d.I"h
ng aj~a'. ''. "I- til .'" i the Ive mew ember'we" 0""e *to ownet9"
Iand i,-l: I; v k Ps1poks mbrhpefolw:W. U, omy iw Ietwad nsSqa
art, .f Iloo 1 'I. ~4~t
year U' ~ 2 '. Kt -_ hf tb ~ tant, 9. a. i o le. C. C. _ _ _- --- tt


Eatlrs dG~b.4 1tujt 0.k. Ome,b s. 11. ft

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.ew0" by 00 **ww "Y"~t hem.gst td ojSl Elene

~~ebeMr and Mrs., atwg thsT
Mi. OAndMs.33 ANDmo eA ITa bIonss' ki"" werest on 151 vaieie I Cnsst o bg otex
kala UAU. I*57 towny o0 more 0
Wha Hs aof mindo WaNs wft ida& Taylor k- 019411Is W~~ up-to.4t IWWt and Thery tisn SherLa
40102fn tp a"Tisty o Petramth =ofodt c a 1 Sm r ady Iat kP an Btiste jutth

ftrs iHun am~ai Yi wa inusic byD~ failin t6d S
Is ~~~~ city~t 6,8 a sr ou be WeiogttO51 ,00yrsle Sa ey

T.. W ..1Ur of arse was p.IAyliailtOted who. Daistes, a .penpee d i asotete FayEbodeenSis
woewin li (aIft e"Wr 04Kaaane Fanc Alahema wBataistenhe. ot~

JU W rs. J. ILa ftev were Inuot ft SSTfl~ LOll
was Mr among ofs Wh & wantpsr *Now fo 0l T8n -wo""e the will0 _________________ and Fancyn term Shee anc LAws W___________________ sal "W week aos choice perndy yad and. Batsts.Ou
Vie were In isi c ity spend- sW-01 a m dayismw ebt ant t ac*ayj t............. .1?
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was~ ~ ~ ~~~~a" ao sevendal yer mao t o ome at AdII5~Ltl tr~Wt h u te. ,fle were afthouse h faof Arsylaa churcha beft anbe forQl -UEPC T
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4as l with vimgst damgtr, mg, Presytian hub rchlon en dl' Whe Harard Chas T. MakAn falhnu av hneo d woi tLL dsoe n n wh i sfeig it pemola ltrwo dort mN a" en t mooe tO CILad. Wara.e a. Lowey as trios ofr Waldog ve ti1ti sse o hc

ftb ,h Mr, and KrL city yested an s~ bM ,onf an thei cicsasd tt htthy ,Alna hs iy a eie omk
* ha ld o is In tlaed cit yether y) Miu p for seeu da f to in" eve rinfro peetra In I' u lirnaember ohe tu flew.he will appea innr.M.Z
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a"ry*end of Mr. Hot sUt who ILi~ MOW the City ay r busi es th "bgshw," ad wemre very wuch clerical f oo the prnied liaes tie. y aron P. M. BoUatl baa bee te ill wfilet e urer. at e in 3. Wbls .Vea a n pgt f S. pleado land offce lef Fday who Chca o ardmatnt fo r e i position ty haig Blue. i WWof U M~ Wh ha ths hs bf erioslyIIIfor* W t avcinf bpeent cale t cnt ofxhne eangen suemabstra au"n
thMomtm th"at hertonditioin thisoun alloW 4 hrw vis itan ost or the weeks wil bY g l d at of h is father. Bel ons to the teie. Hlles fanda with muchy iresedy i andtt @=he w to of th~esvllensa trd Jrv nP6lanames49."3vertt Of D s mongm aynawereu oanshe wisend sa. tract, ofpoetan hiy 16&iqvlls her r siimlhe lth s.p.enry a da l ftepsomiet Tenlss thOSSd Wh ie yterain t CI. yth de e l vactim iths agetrofler curaote a wilnow doutma
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ee teuasdiagth Gs in te ofthe wr Sal-Ve1 e bemtyacnsow.l ee caity ombela foElPrps 1Stf se tire iloate datr S o rt aUTLN youn mnwkoan adirealt c rthe ct wra. an singleciahe$.50I Inguhe l t h M irs.P M end Co s ate 11W. theyl stet tlana. diTok S.i tnie uite as adecirculaor,; ha hues t me te loed aoni aU sson or* over. ~ D* SF. I)IwnFibs i. tr Ian" ertn from visit t Mel Pau Brdedownd a tm12 of clo csity steay aslor aim.
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