The Gainesville sun


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The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
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H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Creation Date:
July 2, 1906
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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )


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

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University of Florida
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10 AN) i,
OIJNT- ----

COaNTRY P. Goodwineleamph OpW-at,. .
oghermse met a 8g8doeats a toe-W
male p new b"Me tetr -etene
smnW to b feew n ir n Mt
W ederi to seapo tlo stats 01 te ibw
atm eems- wa ye smder s

His body we hbenetyW -d
aONs a amn AIDM nm e appamoameo fn eek Mat bS hM
tsMbol loe.t 0 ashdet hin. threat hdm
heto cUt sad e* bdW sb rows a te
bskOWNfto ~M ld IlA m but hAer e l slvest tl
-wobom e0 lbo es es etws Jim err decided am hsb
elfB* 1M aafty ideaft Wus em to him se ts to bardt
S esm ems onemae ha boo aply movig train.
O n bbof Mt a N A few days age Ooedwi wast bunt.-
IU a-2 A t-nb- g, it is sad. whle o anm latozScated
--n eo wif in ae mdltioes Iad for som ateai d aren't
so10Mes l A...b--" im drew hi pittol and troatoeed to
-af p eas r lb e a lbeigaWomanbof th borhooi.M
Mi ione Pmoin to lb n A warrant was swmr out for his ar-
MM of I" hely ba sed a loorirestda this asmnt and Thursday
Sght aw ert Tatsa wet to offerman
sad arrested hm. The sherif retum-
meM nowiebo w. ed with his prisoner a d carried him
e_. to JaiL Goodwin asked the sheriff
sl-et to lok k I a ell saying that
S' MMn-u o he weald give od ext morulug ad4
S. would give s tr mble. The sheriff
Ss enete sad put M:s prisoner to bed
IMS"ioem "lb b lebi 0e1.
&U3Ai& S L luke ti* s ~In aDrg te t he Sdrir's wife
M NlOOfr l amr 0 lmm Ato te owas aroused by a sois ,ad mled to
I" gelo at 5 her veheldy thu hber bmald, whbo qleWy mea sad
SMn MFu. hried to il owee to a his priew s
e buag u iuW" bbsw ,g a or f. oe.fte .avi g jail Geeoodwims
0 as" and I eswnig oV~d to lt wate post.
ontowp 0a e a iimi weit bofe wm e there
f t- t-- ad'- bet ti a Imi siad wae te.akl4.d Mer
Sif t"0d Ws a1w-- aempd to hband tU web which
M -Mm is ephmt ed His wateh Was biad ia hs pioket,
i SM e aNiugs. The rad iIt had stepped at 4:43,. which h.-
SW -- fmied al- el ated J that ,e traim shedmaled to
M -slom" M wea-ther pass that plat at 4:45. kiled him.
SSNO msus liMs* have His body hs bes nembalimed by a
ghAtS 'Wh. Y Wmes n.a heal Mndertober ad wiln be spped
b. e b a dpby to his od hmae mear Cvia gs, Va.
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01 t-Mm ms 01

li mp psU tte theed
i Fae aadete"a
a HeePeb ""we

101the bvam oetr m

im tdo a tmty h wa stb

Oft Rasife Thed sras a HNme.w
In e 6 Oi ism. t so, .- No.
Sl anet r ge Mie of Mrs.
amp &. IsbinsWas practically i
gu ed 's steruess by fre wMhA

sh b the lw
a U r edM os lbmero
*MS" to 8 MS
dism s 0M er b...l. la t l
e6Mde=se eastlm 0 Ame.e.s.. Two
ohem Were i Immimt dager., hat
Wm edb h bmd rM t.
*w"nlae Mad sme woee Were rm
aed t bem tlo Jehmes reemse.
Tbe me omasme. a t4M0. wMih
ealy puda efrs sae lbeh.

man aMe

Wai aof n F Advate
Al., Ja. u.-Te nsaw.
4 ir Abm a mbe

tber Looked

sest aim tw sold would reach a
tar soth a the Mth parallel, which
a two d e below Tampa. and the
m e further ated that It would
pmably frost at th Gulf oast
as Oer outh a Japiter. All gets
ao g their bas were instructed to
motfy the growers.
Ia taking with many of the lead-
Hi gaoer herwe Saturday they all
saiseaded that the peach crop would
be destroyed. bemsdle the cabbage
crop would he oaoplately wiped outL
bat this la omly a ssatter of supposi.
thM adO the exact dauuasge cannot
be amermtaled itil after the could harn
lpaaed &ad the au has lime to thaw
ust the vemablesm. which %iIl be
Meaday aI le earit. as some wea
S"thIa S weathei r *Mi be mom I

cempay,. three miles north of the
ety, was totally destroyed by Are this
aftracs. Usallmg a loaes of 875WM
on the plant iand l$,t00 on lumber.
with meo Iaurance.
massed by a westerly gale blowlag
thirty4ve miles an hour. there is a
sold wall of Are advancing eastwar
arsmo the marshes. four miles wide,
mdagen tg eb homes of many truck


(By J. D. Watkins.)

MICANOPT. Fl.. Jan M.--The
John H. Sparks Show Company gave
two perform aas bhre Monday after-
oon and at alght. There was a good
crowd present at each performance.
They ioft here for Lake Butler.
Missa Nellie Reeves speat a few days
recently visiting Mrs. J. W. Chamber.
us of Tacoma.
Dr. Wallace and wife of Youngsa
towa. OlMo. are stopping at the Tuaca-
willt Hotel for a few days.
Mr.. Sue D. reaster Invited a few
of her friends to a Bab fry on Tuaca-
wilt& Lak. A usual. when Mrs.
f a ter is hostess. all had a good

Thre charming young ladies are
visiting Mrs. J. B. Simonton for a
tow days-Miss Maggie 81mmons and
Miss Helen Poor of Maitland and
Mlas Eunice 1t.' of Orlando They
make a jolly party wherterr the go.
Andrew aiulth of Archebr spr a
few da.iw here, isItiaing bone f ilks
Ala. M tias l i ui(aoIiii f Haafu tla
vita tid- iCh Itirf M.ia ( atil) for a
fe% d4a)l.
Jllm Abe-r ath) of Jackuitllle. IIs
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Ibby bri~s. vbg16Ail ~v
bdhg-Lge ~rws 1mhw-- v

iwrTe and lb m:e. 0 ty

wib vwehb made thegmdlto
ratr unfavorable Isafrday. the ex-
oreases at l PFloarMda Wator Bible
Comieree. erab&i, afteenam sad
sight, we"re we atuaded. sad those
who were present it well repaMd for
beig there. It was a gitoris day for
th eCa, sad It seemed that those
who had the determlnatles to faee
the weather eedltlos felt greatly re-
warded for thdir eoerts a behalf of
a more moral and releed condition
from a Chrietlana taadpolat
Mr. GOulle. who is conduetlag the
Bible study In the morftm, was at
his boet apoa this oresula. and what
be had to may was recved with the
deepest interest. Mr. CulMe is pos-
Sees of the proper prtualistic
power, sad his work here has proven
weederftl lu t e d velipnent of the
Christia L.!.id from all sources. II?
Is a Ibk h.)olar of the old class. aud
has eve1 I:arJraiph properly tra .i
lated to t- imod-ern mind.
Par the frat time la the six yearn
aft the lBMe Costeroce has bee;:
la *skttnce the .*rtiees of dev. San
*el '1 3ulth. D. D.. pa&or of the
Ptr t Presbyteres search of Colum-
bsa C.. have been secured. Dr.
Smith iI one of the most gifted dl-
vttea of the fouth, and be opened a
series of three sermoas in the evelang.
Dr. Smith proved highly laterestlng
to the good saleaee who IHateaed to
him, sad It is ate to my that he
will be wemined here during his
series, which will end with a vote of
thanks by the Christian workers of
:he Confereaee and the community.
The afternoon service was full of ln-
leret. and was largely attended. onu.

place. They have with them the
Armstrong family, who have been
here before. The Armntroags always
pleased their audience.
Mr. Ford. wife a"d daughter, M
Lacy. are visiting MrI e F easter
for a few weeks.
Mrs. W. C. Jothase ha rturmet
home frem a visit to rat elw at SL

Mrs. J. C. Matters sad daughter.
Mrs. H. H. Mmpeos. west to High
Springs Tuesday. Mrs. M. P. Sam.
mers. daughter of Mrs. Matbhe. is
quite ll. We hope they found her bet-

Micanopy ea now supply the eab-
base growers with craten W. D. Bob,
bitt and the Meolmo Lember Compa
are both sawing crates. If nothing

sideragU the adverse we f
tdots. Maay of the ladloa *
domestic dutuea Vehiad toa atI
awe of the opportunity to hear
Morr sos, of the Methodist
Church. South who delivered
eloquent discourse oa "TThe
of Sufertng." Blaishop Nae-
always been regarded as em j
most eloquent divines i is
and his work has been igre
elated and highlMy eoeetive
be has coaseuted to preach.
man possessed of the highest
full of spiritual power, sad a
to make an Impreeslo. nH. i
the opening of the Conferseam
masterpiece, and the patrols 1
Conference feel grateful that v |
consented, at a great iaeomv
himself and his official duties,
turn for the next two or thles
While Ulishop Morrison is deM.
at the same time Interestl.
what he has to say goes doe ot
hearts of deep-thnking people.
, The program for today wl I
, f: oss:
Preaching at 3 p. m. by Rev.
M. Smith; preaching at 7:30 IV
H. C. Morrison.
A special feature of each
"ill be the song service. coadami
Messrs. Hall and Mack. 4
The feature of Mo eay ewi
program will be the sa an
which will be conducted uider
Uot of Profs. Hall and Mackt I1
delphia. They are among the hm
nl their profession. hich is
surance that the Ilible CoatIamI
receiving the best service Ia tilA
nl the country. These gentOelMs
assisted by a choir of more the I
a hundred voices, composed of th1
vocal talent In this sectio f i

happens there will be a big -
for crates soon, as there is aM
cabbage crop this year
The Southern Bell TelepbhM 0
pauy has a farmes' a*,line ri
Wacahoot connected with th a
ehange here.

Happily Married.
Judge J. A. Carlisle was ca end
Saturday might and perforde l
oeremoay which made Mr. ChaW M
vatt sad Miss Rhoda Gatlin i0 0i
The event occurred at the
home and was witnesed by a -i
number of friends. lBoth hatver
here for noihe time and have *
number of friends who wiSh il
happiness along their married h

Sea Island Cotton Firm

With Hardening Tendenc

SAVANNAH. Oa. Jan. 30-The
market ass be, firm w ith a harde-i
ing tendency in the high grades, th-
demand Incr. -ing a the week pro
gresaeda Larv,. bumltne.s has resultedI
and at the ilo. fiwtors' table-s erte
pretty eIl s, el. -Icept of the. three
los-r grade-. rhi.ih ere uot lu re
quest' T11 'e !., 1 iitd .Sa A i*.ck for
' r th -) ti i.J. r full .litra holt,.

Mmilg ou tun~r) ba i rturued 1iy 1-cIi. a tfor e-erg chiii.,
rtr rm a parof, sabionAl % it toauJakbou. aand bt ..i'I i %t5A?' queue At

The. zullstharim hoas sarr 111. i dfur The. rvilort of the'(egaj.Ptu #
Mluai~i,bip erbrumry lath Thte) sill the ginntaguiSUP tI-Jaijuar) 16 sbowed
be here got one week and are gulaiggatta~l of go4&4 bhales., djsribtited by
veam wOit G w evnItsu a kim

Florida ... ......
duamth Carolina ..1
Hal,-s for the teek were 343 M
The following prices are baed
f.t tur a quotation anlid are rW
-,**,ikl mon Flrida)y
anucy toridas 1i 9o
au>,Geo ( rrgtas I9
hitalec i a 1 8

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t ix flia i (;i; ti I I.ei ,- i 1
Fin" (;A ,si, VIA '
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lobtad vmark... Market

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Ida Onbb K*

kb Tuf
hmsmw WMY Mey IA eve- : nIb'theminna
f. ioj is i Cl tme. 1 tLo
wiwn ts. klncv%&,L

hereme so wvk:
Mth it Iis IS 5,4stiuwa
bnom ora elcto b* i
~ ib' uemkkidnes-s.If U?
SW_ .hllAW4Awolsootoemif the urinealill
GW i 1,d or NO, when tte child roachee.a-
mp wb It heald be able lo coutMo the
1mflm kleytamActed with bud-V.Ct
*t, themof Urndiffi
9L~ ~Ihldinyand the Am~
~ pibe t VWwtrosmmmof
r -~Tam5 This'learn'
4"be uetoa im to
~ha~mesin hlifw and tto a
a W vse a as mmanmemdeuuiw r
4w va U% d bimbier troub
aurn -o gt owd
to 91 dld

= m= "39. bemm ad I
a Iwo D" old* moi men..
*PL ow now* a -ad w nw

ONl s h e Ierml a TranOty uc

| moved* (oAgi r U M are. ed to the
Pe 3Mthp. Da the eItaes Mr.
r ad ~M. ~. \Pea--remd rLe h
aWSIl-- -owdwd I. It". C. P. Iedl

SttLad Ib Mr Le, aI sWemt4 chr

AI*& as .e o e1 0 ." Vood. ThI

m of Mr. enud Mrs 3. a. Iremmr.

t as* tr Uam Me at 6:M
--llm mnil bvti
e eh a- lf no a I5t. The puito Is

Id anbs mDw"r thas last year.
ft w IsM, yr the peatemee, sd es

No Io e wiToOw be M at 11 U on7
J-ry 31stat a1t e utherm dchlar.
.& Newly resbltered at the Htmasn
e s 9are Mr. end Mrs. J. A Black
A IS timer8 to 1 mes Mesa
.m Mire K. MeLdelae of Coreopolls.
UgNlw P., s .the gueb of Mr. and Mrs. J.
lo s- o&*-im f

m ito the

~ maimoMr Cme

~ S.. WIsfali0"W" I

r Mewd ami ar cbs te"aIr

low b e -beeta.sog
4. s $newmed las
A hessWo andthe

oftofdoSwitm. a

C. R. Kiger, the jeweler. 100M Vir-
gsla aveae, ladisnapolis. Ind.. writes:
"I wasa weak frem kidney trouble
taat I ould hardly walk a hundred
a*t. he battles of Pley's KMidey
emedy sdewed my -mplexi cared
mr bhMbhe sad the rregularitle
meagedM. aId I a now atted to
bIm es every day, sad recommend
Fepas Kideey Remedy to all sufer-
era. as I cred me after the doctors
nd other remedies had failed." J. W.
NO Om & C0o

Chm Wis th Head of the AlashMe
eoaMy Abstreet CemaMy.
At a regular amaul meeting of the
Alaemmh Oaty Abstract Company
ew eoeers were elected for the em-
stag year as follows: B. I. Colos.
president: J. W. Blandme. vice-resi-
deat. aad R. C. Bowers, secretary-
The toek of P. M. Cooloa was
pebased by his brother. S. R. Col-
sea. who now holds the offie of preel-
deat of the sopmaay.
Ths t oe of the largest abstract
company Ila the State.

The above is the name of a German
Ohemlnal. which Is one of the many
valuable ingredients of Foley's Kidney
Remedy. Hexamethylveetetramine ib
recoatised by the medical text books
and authorities as a uric acid solenut
and anUtepUc for the uriue Take
Foley's Kidney KenMedy as soon as
you notice any Irregularitive, and
avoid a serious malady J W McCuol
m A & Co
Itf y have Wod4 Maythag e it
a is advertised the W t


Wonderful aM t PFrem the Slak-
amith Department Under Super-
vieI" eff M. W. Smith.

Another ear has been added to the
exhibit gotten up by Major J. W.
Teooe wbieb will do much toward
proc ring prices at the eontlg State
Fatr. This is the ear that has been
gotten up at the University and re-
aets wreat credit upon thoe who
partietpated n its preparat .
Whdle. of eerm, the agricultural
nteaerts are takes care of to a large
esxtet, the peodwts of the boys con-
eatsu a mWot mprta t part of the
ar. It is ussMt from the black-
mith dea et and shows the
peduet frem the teel bar to Its hm-
t asomethi ever -b hunred
artletos have beea mafatautred to
*ew jmst what em be doese.
The ezbit from the shop consists
of hisels. square. remid, dimoad-
paited and soop. all being made
from dinmeod paent bar steoel; steel
boeer tabe vweMta. bhammrs galore,
Mts. crow bars. wall bars. drawing
kalves, mealders' tools. screw drivers.
chaens, sockets, amebors, and In fact
a general make-up from a blacksmith
shop where they know bow to do
these things, and the tact that they
were al bhad-fored from cold-rolled
steel is further evIdesce of the e&-
eleacy of the work.
Very few of the articles have bees
malshed with the emery wheel, but
show the products la their rough
state to demonstrate how clever the
students are at present in doing their
Under the able Inetructlo of Mr.
Smith the tools are of the best tat
couldM be made, and while he has no
aeilor students he has allowed some
of the juslors to Stish a few of the
articles to ahow what a neat and
handsome appeared the Smished
product makes.
Oae of the neatest trinkets here
show tIs an Ioe pick. which will
more than likely be taken up with
the ladles. as In its inlshed state It
is not only "cate" sad very service-
able. but represents some highly
salkled plated article.
Coasiderlag that the time for mak-
tag this exhibit ha been very It-
lied. the University will make a
most excellent showing.

Reason enthrened.
Because meats are so tasty they are
consumed In great excess. This leads
to stomach troubles, biliousness and
omolpatlo. Revise your diet, let
reason ad not a pampered appetite
control, then take a few doses of
Chamberlla's Stomach and Liver
Tablets and you will soon be well
gala. Try it. For sale at all drug-
gits'. Samples free.
(Py Orey-yesa.)
JONEVILLEB Jan. 8.-Mrs. W. J.
HamUtos Is at Mrs. Knight's. of For-
eat Grove. We hope that Mrs. Kalght
will aoom be well agaln.
Misses Ola Wilsona. Liasle and Cena
Hamilton and brother. Jobhn Hamilton.
visited Mis.e. Stell and Irene Miller
Sunday afternoon.
A. J. DaCoeta and A. G. Pickett are
batching at the bome of the latter this
Missee Stella and Ireme Miller via-
lted friends at the Ustill Monday after-
no an.
Madam Rumor has It that one of

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our girls Is to be married soon.
A. UI. Myers of ICutairvllle. S C.
spent several days here as the guest
of friends. He left Monday and will
visit Daytona and Jacksonville before
he returns to his bome.
S W amith of Kalfurd bha arrived
ll our iitdlit aind sill aain be s%.ods-
ri itr lur C'ulsalu r
"'r- Murrcll of Ralfurd returned
to Lter bjoua Mluunda. Sister % aditig
her Ir.-nd Mla I. C' Siulth
II A Iltkrti %ait ed Jackcounille
laSt Wetk

Pneumenia Fellews La rippe.
1'i.euini.oia often follows lagrippt
but .' ver follows the ub*e of role.)
liiar) and Tar fur larippe coughi
and de|'> a<-iat-d cov RWs Keu any but
the WUUiUe In the yellow package
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GoostahS Ieot ingIJureift"sThe actimof dBaflsus j
SsyroUSwme"benism R its A..*td@afne
adults se wa Val Y of ty tta~i~i i oi

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Capital, $75,000.00 Surpl, $17,501.74

W. F. THOMAB, Peiidemit (. K. BROOME, lot \1s.
L D. URNER, Cadier W. B. TAYLOR,. 2d Vik
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J.S. 5 Iadptt,

J. A. Maltby, M. Veaobe, W. R.
G. K. Broom, W. B. Tayljor.

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puity Knows That the Two.
imnlpor eond lome Has

IM-'ys Dlly Bun:
proposed trolley line from
to Lake City via Worthing-
is an assured thing.' so
L Lamb of the latter-
ia Sn reporter Thursday.
ag4d that there was not any
d.ubt about the matter, for
knew that the mam-
A id lsaue of two million dol-
been successfully launched.
would commence on the
ad darning of the plant
we next sixty days.
Otys that sufficient power will
to furnish power to oper-
doe factories and trolley lines
eompany would build for
.imte to come. and that their
lta. would be to branch out

that It would prove a big
| T Worthington. he has made
Mapmets to meet the demands
is already enlarging and making
f awded preparations and Im
amits In his hotel property
f god besides Is having another
p aI more commodious bathing
S which will be used as a
hldo0 pool. while the old one
be based exclusively by the ladies

heMe auction sale of lots will oe-
"llre next Wednesday. and he.
made arrangements to give a
at his popular hotel on Tue.-.
light preceding the sale. having
l 'mae music for the occasion.
1 Is a "live one" and say, that
p ple of Worthington are also
to the situation, as everyone
is endeavoring to make the
the representative community
II bold be.


Ifx Care Were Derailed at
S Worthlngton prings.
train No. 218 on the Atlantic
i se happened to an accident
MINallady which effectively blocked
Wsek for several hours and pas-
traln No. 40 from St. Peters-
S as run around via Palatka to
Sb Meidents were reported to any-
and further than the deraRing of
lgfreht cars nothing else hap-
and the wreck will be cleared
to allow the regular trains to
that way by today.
Me wreck occurred at Worthington

Iialts "Go as You Piea8e" Roam
BNw many tired fathers and moth-
in this town enter this race every
carrying a baby? And they
what the matter is. Chances
the child is starving- worms are
1111 all of its food. Most children
iM worms-yours needn't. White's
SmVermifuge will get rid of the
eMs and strengthen the child. Price
Sa1ts per bottle. Sold by W. M.

The Mayor's Court.
Of Friday Dally SUB:
Mayor's court yesterday Peter
1111lpeare was fined $25 and costs
6r ab1bing Zal Tousey recently. The
Swas fined $5 and costs for fight-

Worn Out.
0 That's the ua) you feel about the
11 whn*li au hat.. a hacikliK 'ougliK
4 ooli.l ii t .:- t(o 1 t it gt on ltld
but to luck to g.-t '. r it whei It .al
1 1's Il r,.hl- Sh rtlp will .it'oi thI
B0 and heial the, ln, I'g. -- .l '
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oo e6UJIDjjENT. owi
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"vn so r r Wv l an W m1 n
Galneovlle People Knew How
to save It.
Many Gainesville people take their
lives In their hands by neglecting the
kidneys when they know these organs
need help. Sick kidneys are responsl-
ble for a vast amount of suffering and
Ill health, but there is no need to
suffer nor to remain in danger when
all diseases and aches and pains due
to weak kidneys can be quickly and
permanently cured by the use of
I)oan's Kidne) Pills. nere is a Gaines-
ville citizen's recommendation:
Mrs. E. H. Walters. 108 N. Oak ave-
nue. Calneslillefl Fla.. says: "My kid-
neys were disordered for some time
and I could find nothing that would
relit've me. I suffered greatly from
headaches and was often so dizzy that
I could not stand. Being Ilon*s
Kidney Pills advertised. I procured
a box and began their use. They act-
ed quickly and it was not long before
I received rellhf. I have no hesita-
tion In giving loan's Kidniivy Pills
may eindorseme'nt. '
For sale' by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Mtilburn Co.. ituffalo.
New York. sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Dean's-and
take no other




Owing to Central Location Firm Will
Likely Do an Extensive Busi-
ness With Retailers.

The Hlartsfiel-d Grocery C1b pany
w ill be ready to open their ne wj hole-
sale business here about February
This company, who have been a
long while in this particular line. come
from Moultrie. Ga., and being men
thoroughly experienced in the line
they are to follow. it is expected that
they will do a tremendous business
out of this section. owing to the cen-
traJ location. In fact. there is noth-
ing but the freight rate that will inter-
fere with them doing a leading busi-
ness in this section, which was for
many years handled here by other
wholesale concerns, but who were
finally compelled to remove to Jack-
The build g to be occupied sla now
nearing completion and the finishing
are being placed to the building, so
the new firm will be ready to open
up not later than the 15th of Febru-
For the present the company will
have two local representatives to rep-
resent them here and on the road.
and a good business is anticipated by
the new firm.

Save Money by Buying Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy.
You will pay just as much for a
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Reme-
dy as for any of the other cough medi-
cines. but you save money in buying
it. The saving Is in what you get. not
what you pay. The sure-to-cure-you
quality is in every bottle of this reme-
dy. and you get good results when
you take it. Neglected colds often de-
velop serious conditions, and when
you buy a cough medicine you want
to be sure you are getting one that
will cure your cold. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy always cures. Price
L15 and 50 cents a bottle Fur sale by)
all drugists.

Attention, Stonewall Camp!
All who are behind with their dues
sill pilh-ase senlid the amount lil by the'
It day of March to T It Ellis. tr.a.-
ur,-r Ite-iR)rt taill theilitn ase t t lw to hIa.:tilu;arte-is cf e'ach i i-rn
Nte-1 t. a i nl i. I1 tIhe ( ~Mtanp 'l' a'e at
t*'lid to thisi- at c 4 lit % ord,-r
V' itiiniin ild r
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Bond Denied Man Who Has Tried to

Kill Others While He Had

His Freefm

From Friday's Daily Sun.
R. H. Owens. the man who killed
Smith and Musslewhite at Jonesville
on Tuesday morning, was given a pre-
liminary hearing before Justice Ira
J. Carter at Newberry on Thursday
and sent to jail without ball on the
charge of murder.
Evidence Introduced at the hearing
was such that there was no other
course to pursue, and the man will
now be required to spend his time
in prison until the next term of cir-
cuit court, when the grand jury will
take up the case for hearing.
Owens Is very unconcerned about
the shooting and still claims that he
acted in self-defense in killing Mus-
slewhite. and maintains he was pro-
tecting his wife when he shot Smith.
He feels confident that he will come
clear at the final hearing.
The State's Interests were looked
after by Judge Syd L. Carter. who
went over to Newberry In the absence
of Attorney Rivers.

Many Seepes Nights, Owing to a
Persistent Cough-Relief Found
at Last.
"For several winters past my wife
has been troubled with a most persist-
ent and disagreeable cough, which in-
variably extended over a period of sev-
eral weeks and caused her many sleep-
less nights," writes Will J. Hayner.
editor of The Hurley (Col.) Bulletin.
"Various remedies were tried each
year. with no beneficial results. In
November last the cough again put In
an apil'arance and my wife, acting on
the suggestion of a friend, purchased
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Reme-
dy. The result was. Indeed. marvel-
ous. After three dosA the copgh en-
tirely disappelwared and has not mani-
fested Itself since." This remedy is
for sale by all druggists.


Paaaed Away at His Homoe Near Ro-
chell on Friday.
from Saturday's Daily Sm:
News was received in the city Fri-
day evening of the death of Mr. G.
H. Zetrouer of Rochelle. who died at
his home near that place from an at
tack of pneumonia, having been ill
only a 'short while.
The deceased was a young man of
about 35 years of age and one of the
most successful planters of that sec-
tion. as well as a large cattle owner,
and followed this vocation up to the
tive of his death.
He leaves a wife, one young son, a
mother and three brothers to mourn
his demise, two of whom reside in this
The funeral will occur today at the
home and the remains will be laid to
rest in Oak Ridge cemetery.
Ask Yourself the Question.
Why not use Chamberlain's Lini-
nent when you have rheumatism? We
feel sure that the result will be
prompt and satisfactory. It has cured
others. why not you? Try it. It costs
but a trifle. Price. 25 cents; large
size, o,) crsut For sale by all drug-
g ts


NASHIVII.I. .Teiii Jan '?9.-In the
I 'pie-r HOluse of tatht I*galslature- yeste-r-
da) a bill w as hlitr r4ui.-d to require
hlh-rifft to s.-aur' from the' federal

r, %teajuf, eetblaals ua lit eof all Ibersomas to
a tianac f. fit rail liquor licenses ha'. e-

Aimilit rher ill aaminoroiWe rule -Il lartevid
5119 fill I I U) a-eei aa~e'a thes- %,da
I.'if ~III rp, e l..,rtilt. at Us-Off'.% lilt 1h
St A .lilt,.1 1 ( aIII lotIce ihiit 111, H 1 t) t -
III I If, 1lJ4III a 'Allli t rIel 41114" i
11 -6l ig Ifill .et s aIf) 11 1aall

*tit 4I.I'~ l-e~l ed i. L~iPFur That 'Terrible ltoiing.
I : a 1 a r l. uI t I 0r a ,, r .11 .I (r t ,I III k-.. Ij
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j ~ ~ ~ ~ & uu chri adI"-.' nosyl m cice..,have b~e" esrod y

The AmiTom Dw 2 Dqp q m u
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In a hem ais cuw OU0,Flo

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In Usg For Over 80 YarS

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Nut, Fornt and Orna-n tal Tes eis varhi. I -hg -
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LaN ............. $ .427M?
Overdrafts ......... 277.42
U. S Boads........ S2,6.0
Real Atate,. Purl
tare and Fixture T,1978J4
Cash and Exchange 47. 3
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hm ld saftler dayruimg a
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L 6Sby MAN mdiftat. UMis
beaded tMe irato
S~~Med Kims Pfulersant
go mus a. Too"smon
IMI 4" W asreaching the
allow 4" aso. now. Teat es

Ia be" mSaei maNWare of the opte*
beem Oe S.od who attempted to
agoont n My MNelad Weduesiay at-
Isuamw, l tOe eam who attempted
so aumast iup ametber re pted
wM weasn a sdot w lh age.
AMmt LpyeaNM .
As a was at o the atock mad em
Mrs. Meased a h aT was muaw-
IF aven Tedray malht. Only the
preapt arrival af Dpoty sheriff iMs
p-aeeled d o -tmiIed -I a fom
Wssmi thi k .. m.. -" .__ .
vwryft 40d & OHIO
A hems pss%. smpesed 1 mm
&m te commler m oseldesmst OW
Fmm hu Pa ssrng the
we@&hAnpbs of Alading dtheumm
sW bid a p. vhs gave isa
erm favois a awse wswho, bb s
US w Sm Amino.
a. am.. ofthe do urow
-lo em mpi u he wiemarrieed
les MMS. lovod Mo e a.ti.
VMU. Ua stalled that be was the
WW. M'W- s oWasma t wearing
Msemm s md ef eof veriwonm by the
q -- whs ,neb ada d hea e dr.
WO seen8mathoe psie thathe
pOWve h Mas bes sdt he was
weeks whbas w ate apt at mNm
rM waft no woam erd m back
tod o ,er t dmt tand his
bos bum an.
The 0 see whom ba worbed isatf
ad that the asp had kasebed eE
OM bb Walsee brdy hetro 5 e'elock.
tIn so impdein to he poem
ad Au ftwes owied buk to Mms
~forab s. ewpoofe havbg her
tohe as lggb at h,
A& 4S6 we she Iemeb the -mi.
pwaf, .d be am M bosomeoff
h& *. we@&e O eo uesed seek
Beoft #or the purpe" of a lyte-.

Ulad T1h ph WWie.
- w d ae Is they aed toIn
i- Ot a ompe. The ml s was ad-
t- 4aana e m arm&eed tA-Mst ia
MeG 4md be was pM 1tte the wair.
prt toM a "b ete a ovit to
s af d h" ft memsaet msato
40e twas heu wm n. eo rushed
SH N. Ho t he d at e ad sought
wM MUW M dMove rado the
toe adl mty om what was a
-ta8d s o % ae. vapdly to the
Wema S I esdlity id beft for pad
Authits em to as ba
hsh. whhh emned Soe megro to all
m Pak to aae a ived the v were
paOrff t twio t pwere about to the
priPg Oe amego up agaIf. The osew
i aly be e Wmaer o
M.e dstaem mid ordered the men to
k&" So asees. He them placed the
Mto hs bWe buggy md drove rapidly
to as eSmaty Jim.
Shul BOW"es, who was already
warklag ea the ease, weat to the
e9stW MaA Mad usomed Austle very
elsely Mad immdiately left for Pana-
a Park to mase a further iavestiga.
The aegse told ibm places that he
had bee Wedeaeday migbt mad the
sherlg went to those places for the
prpse of atIttalalag if Austl was
t gl2Mg a. truth.

r a abort bridal trip they will be at
hme to their many friends at the
Troy Hotel In this place.
Per City MarshaL
I respectfully announce myself a
oamdldate for th office of City Mar-
shal, to be voted for at the election
on April 13. 19. If elected I will
aithfully discharge the duties uf the
elice without fear or favor I re
spectfuly solicit the votes of all tr
repective of party afiliation
Latest Information frn,, \V. bt,r a
ton is to the- ff,-et Ithait 0 .,i
I'all4f. rrtu' l. ure Itir: ti ti,, i |I '
nO change oE(f ti.hiK pa d ut 1t,1
beslit)n lf (iotigr T-Tht I i
aiaval dbtdr.- I ls 11 h iii t ,i ,
product to S A : iiah f .1 r .it, tlilt
ly opposed to I ,e nf iAnp r ;tA'r ii t'.,
are making thtir ft (t






mday, February 3rd, at 2 P. e

Lots situated on high bluff above the celebrated Springs; wide avenues and stret
in a fine old grove of oak and cypress. Real estate bought here is bound to em.
chance in value, and as a summer honp site is unsurpassed. We want you to &.
tend this sale, for we will introduce an entirely new and novel method of selling,
and you will also profit by securing some of the SIN.N i nw Mf ValbM hm
ad d b h e MW 1%T FME

Iim Fianres II-d Id I LP i Phsedrs. Bi Bkass hm Cmt

.... then Realty and Auction Company...




Lar Nuombr eo Hagu Citiens Were
P eat to Testify In the Cae

From indys DMy Suam:
Nearly thewhole of Saturday was
ta&eu up by Judge Masonu i trying the
ase of the State vs. C. C. Stricklai:
the charge being larceny, preferred b.
J. 8. Staford, a merchant of Hague.
fully a doses or more witnesses
were present here In the case, but
as all of the testimony was about
toe same, only four were examined,
which occupied the attention of the
court the greater part of the day.
Stafford claimed that Strickland
had stole a $I note from him. but
from the evidence the Jury thought
otherwise and returned a verdict of
"aot guity." after being out only a
abshort whild.
I. K.r Pag. A. 0. Steenburg. J. H.
Vidal. J. W. Alsop. H. M. C-uiUy and
W. M. Bradford composed the Jury in
the case. The prominence of the par-
ties Involved drew quite a large crowd
of on-lookers.
It was claimed that Mr. Strickland
had picked up the money from the
eoor In the rear of Staford's store
some time In eptember. but the
charge was not preferred until more
than two months later.
Strickland refused all overtures for
a compromise and went to trial confl-
dent of being vindicated. and the
verdict shows that his confidence was
not misplaced. Certainly a more rep-
resentatlve body of men could not
have been selected to try the case
Sam "Wat" ads. bring results.


rom Suaday's Dally Sm:
Saturday was another banner day
sl the piano contest, Miss Florrie
Strickland receivitn the largest vote
mat for any candidate, her vote be.
nag over 1.000 more than that for Miss
Dorlan Eia. The latter is anala ao
the lead. however, having 5,305 more
votes than Catherine Halle.
The plano is now to be seen at the
store of Hyde & Teach, where it Is
being admired by all.
The standing of the contestants is
as follows:
Miss Dor- Sills, city ........403,.40
Miss Catherie Halle, city.... 398.335
Miss Bessie Dupree. city.....34.06655
Miss Florrie Strickland...... .193,.05
Miss M. Daughtrey, city..... .156.30
Miss Mary McCormlck. city... *9.130
Miss Nanalne Dickinson, ety... 50,155
Miss Alma Fennell, city ....... 40.455
Miss A. Grog. Newberry......... 37.910
Miss Julia Carter. city........ 34.940
Miss Jessie Evans, city....... 28,035
Miss Mabel Sanches, city..... 22.775
Miss A. Strickland. Waldo ..... 20.540
Miss Annie ieville .......... 15.370
Miss Estelle Beal, city ........ 13,796
Miss Emma Hudson, city...... 10.785

Mrs. I. Ware, High Springs....
Miss K. Caritoo. Micanopy ....
Miss Lzzle Sheppard. Bell....
Miss Goldie Lambert, city .....
Miss Elevena Staf. Waldo......
Miss Mary Thbipln, city.......
Miss L. Sanders,. Hawthorn..
Mrs A W. arent...... .....
Mias M erpundes. city ......
Miss Rub) Albright ........
Miss Alma Mixon, city........

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If It's printed statloner you want,
The Sun office is the place to get It

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Foe MarsaL
To the Voters of the City do
I am a candidate for City
for re-election on April 13. I
served the people faithfully salfl
clently, night and day, and my -
is open for Inspection. -
U my service during the past
has been satisfactory I ask the
port and vote of each and ewly
sen who Is qualified. I can
promise the same service as I
endeavored to give in the past.
Yours for order.
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[li t D em pes t March 3

SmuryaMllto *nd TheIfmy
g gaeoville, Flierids

O SEARY, ditor and uper.

ISMS ofowbserptfl.
ggtw e-,Week SnI $1 B year;
sI."; Sngle copies, s.
elUS Rates:
giveasmeats, s15 ents a
gr i ud 10 esta for each
advertisements for three,
Itwgve months at special rates.
m-tlhed upon application.
wed Death notices Inserted
6 eosts a 110 .

r Cubing List.
The Thricea-Week
SwM me year ...... $1.6
am The AtUata (Ga.)
OCsstitutiUo one year. 1.76
and The Atlanta (Ga.)
ehldy Journal one year 1.50
and The Semi-Weekly
m e year ....... 1.50

we wl not accept stamps of
immiameatlo than 2 cents.

i Florida" sweet potatoes
syrmp seem more plentiful
gblMTsville market this season
rI several years, which serves
evidence that the farm-
a- section made an abund-
S b home consumption and
to spare" during 198.

'iaSgea trees have been trans-
e the south side of the court
This is an evergreen and
a fbe shade tree, as well as
Sft best of hedges. The beat
b gw one of these hedges is
seed, which can be gather-
*0 bushel in the hammocks.

Congressman Clark's bill
the erection by the Gov-
e1 postoflce buildings in all
o1 ff one to five thousand
become a law, the tremen-
m paid annually for rent
be saved. To erect these
SIt l proposed to issue $20.-.
Sf 3 per cent bonds, running a

in Canada has not M
10 same advance it has In many
Staes, but that It is making A
SR*ossrie s seen from the tern-
victories recently gained in M
loder the local option law. t
Syars ago the population
P vlaee was about 1,460,000
54 number of saloons was .000. o
S I population is about 2.200.- e
t the number of saloons has de-
to 2.474.

IB o0od to see so many of our s
is la their message* to the f
making the need of better c
isr afeguarding the life of the e
I SO prominent. The enormous
accidentally killed and b
la our mines, factories and e
IElkeIds is a scandal and In-
l that human life is held too
Statistics show that peaceful t
lint in some lndustrles s is
Snagerous than facing an ene- t

Al^a1 traveled all the way from U
STerk City to visit friends in i
Ontario. On reaching Ni- r
Ihtla she found that owing to w
SIadlam restrictions of the cat p
^*5ro she would be unable to
la0 that country her pet Angora t
Shich had accomlrnanied her ,,i

Uha part with it she re-turned oll
um York without 'rtweediiag to "
one luy imagibe til" ffe' K,
41 her Caziadian friends owaIt-aria th
0"t the, ((E'lzlAjauy uf the (Mit *sl

'b Flrida iIJiiAiiitlit4.41 -
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lbS % h A at imllua rit)r t
"ocetal t I ) 4) II Itid' 44, I'
(jwiGilt 4 14 4 1 41. 111.4 oi l 111

mylng dividends on their Inventmiient
nid the earning capacity of the road
s but eighty dollars less per mile than
he Atlantic Coast IJne. one of the
Ideit ettablibbhed lines in the" State'
Vhat will It I when the' xte'naiui |to
Cey Weh t I. ('omplet'te'd ald It le-c-.,1e-.
hi. fee-der for l'anamac.i ianal'
"Old tin-rnt hieId upi hltI,'. in
itrror ~ ht i It 1is Ipr i joii -ed to ,rilita
it- 1i1 lS'111 t it it lK thi4 r,, it, HIt"p

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It May Be Pneuro~

"A b mdJch, poi nmUou m the cb t~ddhe
Then fam ova
be yow epre~send (wr ymdalolr.Youa

mow ACherry N PctoraL.When he c. W i. N
ezactly what IMhave dom Them & n esss
NO age"bdIn UbcoA mede.IMC ..L~~




Hoe. Praak Harris. editor of Th
Ocala Dally Banner, recently return
from a trip to Key West. After n
ferring to Jacksonville's phenomena
progress he coatings his write-up c
his trip as follows:
"Though the oldest city nla the weas
era world. St Augustine, as It Is Ut
day. Is the creation of Mr. Plaglet
Much of the prettiest portion of It b
redeemed from the sea.
"When he first beheld It-Its narrow
streets and quaint buildings, Its o@
fort and city gates-hble wonderful In
tuition Instantly told him that I
would make an ideal tourist retreat
and In the formulation of his plans ti
this end the Ponce de Leon, the Ales
sar and the Cordova hotels were mern
evolutions of the wonderful Intellec
that made the East Coast the Applai
Way and the rendezvous of the tour
ist travel of the United States.
"Fashion empties Itself on St. Augum
tine and the whirl of society In win
ter begins and ends there.
"For many years yet to come It wil
be the tourist Mecca. and more ant
more so after the completion of th<
Key West extension and the Panami
"The hotels of St Augustine are no
ted for their elegance, grandeur anc
beauty of design, and when the sea
soa Is at Its height no lovelier vision
is allotted to man than to behold the
crowds of well dressed men and hand
somely gowned women that make
their homes under the roofs of these
luxurious abodes.
"It is said that no scene of earth Is
more brilliant than a ball at the Ponce
de Leon. The innumerable colored
electric jets. Issuing from crystal
globes and golden candelabra, emer-
alds, rubles, opals, pearls, sapphires.
diamonds, glinting from the bosoms
and brows of the fair participants.
add lustre to the scene and make it
a picture rivalling the courts of roy-
"As you travel on down the penin-
sular the scenery becomes more beau.
tiful and tropical in appearance and
the atmosphere more soothing and
"We met a German gentleman who
OId that he had traveled in Italy.
Sicily. France and 8lain. yet nowhere
s there such a climate as there is on
the southern East Coast of Florida.
and that it is compelled to attract
he tourist travel of both hemispheres.
"At Palm Beach. between Lake
Worth and the ocean. Mr. Flagler has
erected the largest hotel in the world.
and as everything conspires to make
his spot a jewel In beauty, he has
nade It his home and spends most of
he winter months there. Whitehall,
is residence, is a luxurious palace.
nd the grounds which adjoin those
if the Royal Poinciana and the Break-
rs contain every rare plant and
lower that will thrive In the tropics.
nd it is. indeed. a fairy land.
"At Ormond. Miami. Nassau and at
night s Key Mr. Flagler has built his
system of hotels that has now become
famous all over the world. The most
olossal ones are yet to be construct-
d. one at Key West and the other in
lavana. When these two shall have
een finished he will then have an
ven dozen, and they are without
parallel in the world's records.
'hen it is stated that the opening of
these hotels alone costs $250,000 some
lea of their grandeur can be ascer.-
"When Mr. Flagler first entered
pon bhis work of development and be
an the erection of his hotels and the
instruction of bhis railroad they were
referred to as 'Flagler's folly.' yet
while still In their infancy, they are

luvitatloni eare
Iltinltte friends of
the re'Ce-i |ing |liit.e
Alfre-d Mark-. Mib,
lia Si.-k.a ni.' -t
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issued to only the
the bride eluct. In
were Mrs. ('has
SKFthe-l Jolly, Misis
of Mrs Markh. and
The bride el-ctl

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Will McCaelln Threw Ire Be t
Clove Edwards, Strlkin Him
esk f 9ar, Wtht Fatal ReulLt.


(By Mrs. I. Ware.)

HIGH SPRINGS. Jam. 3.-As ae-
eldental killing occurred at the shops
Thursday under the 1owinga elream-
stances: Two eg r boas 17 or 18
years of age, named Will MeCasli
sad Clove ilmaods, got into a quar
rel over a game of marbles ad
came to blows. Will McCasllastepped
back. picked up a small trI belt, mnd
threw it at Cleove with meo lateti on I
killing him but it strek a vital spot
behind the ear bhralkng his wek and
killing him hi.stantly. The murderer
ran off hi .a panic of fright and has
not beer i'I rehended ab yet.
R. B. lwsh has comeldded all ar-
rangemeots for moving, and left Pri-

"The orange, the lemon and the lime
thrive well in that region, but It seems
to be particularly adapted to the cul-
tivation of the grapefruit. The yield
is large ana the fruit bright and lus-
cious, and is without spot or blemish.
"It seems almost miraculous, and
yet It is true. that boles In the rock
have to be dynamited to plant the
young trees, yet they grow to perfee-
tion and stand the drouth better than
the trees planted In a sandy or loamy
"From Knight's Key to Key West
the distance is forty-five miles, and
eighty per cent of the unfinished por-
tion of the road Is already completed.
and an the contractors are now more
familiar with the work the remainder
of the construction is regarded as an
easy proposition% and In less than two
years this mighty project will have
been completed.
"The people of the Island City are
looking with longing eyes to the time
when they will hear the whistle of
the first locomotive, ana no victoi-ous
military chieftaln will be covered
with greater honors than will the pro.
sector of this great enterprise. He
will be decorated with laurels and
the people there will rise up as one
man and call him blessed.
"They have felt all along as though
they have been cut off from the
world and formed a part and parcel
to themselves, having no kinship with
the balance of the State or nation.
They will then feel that they are bone
of Its bone and flesh of Its flesh, and
will be in touch with Its pulse beats.
"Already big things are in anticl-
pation and big cigar plants are being
established. Among the most famous
Lre those of the Ruy Lopes company,
he Havana-American, the Cortes conm-
may. the E. II. Gatto Cigar company.
he Ferdinand Hirsch company, and
be Key Westers say that the 'Island
1ity' will be the largest cigar man-
afacturing market Ina the world. C
"The building of the Florida East
!oast railway. Joining Key West to
he main land. opens up untold poe -
Ibilities. !
"In the language of Governor Blox.
am. 'the mind halts at their con-









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in Whis a Resaofet A adoin
acues WilI be A -e a .
Hewd pMo lem, as C
ged at gWgUS u*
SeNtativesof The RI. Hm& HgAri
Mialm, tlhe omatem to be b me g ,
TIE SUNM 4I nM@W m 4oZ

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day for Atlanta, where he will locate.
He sold his grocery business to Mrs.
Hanmxk. the widowed daughter of
Re%. G. E. Thompson, and his bome
to Mrs. Ikisy Dow. Mr. Bush cam
to iA.;h Springs from Atlanta sev-
eral yeawh. axo and married Miss lone
Dupuis, daughter of Judge DMpal, at
this county. They have lved here
ever since and have way friendiI
who deeply regret their departure.
W. P. Maples, who bought ot the
Summers livery stable reeetly, has
moved his family to this plae. His
wife is a sister of S. B. Plfter aI
visited High Spriags while a yeNmg
ady. They will be welooed by
church and social cdreles,
M. Butler, son-la-law of the late J.
I. Irvin, who was a resident of High
Springs. has moved to this place from
Lake City. He and hs feamly will be
i pleasant acqustdtl to this esm-
Mrs. Modes Mathers and damglter.
Mrs. H. H. Simpson of Micasopy. are
visiting Mrs. MK -. Summers. Her
many friends will be glad to know
hat Mrs. Summers is recovering -
rom her long spell of Illness.
P. P. Wood of Tampa i la town
his week visiting his family.
Typhoid fever has made Its dread-
d appearance In town agal. and has
ready claimed e victim, little
ohnnie LeCoant His sister. Heles,
I suffering with it I Wayeroee,
where she went to attend the burial I
f her brother. Lester Daran., the
mall son of Mr. and Mrs. Barnes,
Ticket agent for the A. C. L. Is also
utfering from this fever, and Cora.
he little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
. C. Harwell, is critically Ill with It
Dr. Tanner, who moved to Bavan- I
ah from High Springs last year, has
turned and says that the opportual-
es for making money are better
ere than in Georgia. i



1 I1 I.


The people of Alachua county
should make preparations to give a
county fair in Gainesville early next
fall which will show to the world the
products of the best county in the
State. The exhibit of Marion county
a few weeks ago was especially good.
but the farmers and stock raisers of
Alachua county can surpass It If they
will but make the effort. Now is
the time to begin preparations for
the fair next fall.


Reception in Honor of Miss Jolly by
Mrs. Chas. Marks.
WALDO, Fla. Jan 30 -One of the
loveliest affairs that has ever been
given in Waldo was a linen shower
given by Mrs ('has. Alfred Marks at
her home Thursday for Miss Ethel
Jolly. aho is to be married to Mr
William IIt Harvard on next Thurs-




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a- m bdUrat erlmal
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te had me hse wasd before. H
ma heart of ma. tey mmid. who
bamod me e Mes & had a ebames.
ad so huor edad w a eane.
t he had a lwv book ofO the ri ht
IN161 t 1 sis way: One sea-
do So og- had a talk with him.

a d ar aomd Madieu sa a
l d e f t .io as bemmg amodel

tJibfte, 1 hi emharaw His expree-
n wpsms t t, hore was a
smlh mie P&
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dnd Nio tat be st a ad baW ce
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tWamd Ms ees whbe to the future.
Mb m oa ddd wamrma sad he
wmobed ha e galmd every day into
*--4 ger-me eass-gee hm -
Was OMt whes his
wo od od hbeould
4 m~mMtm salary and Uve a

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ed of BtW. to wasMsm em e a gra
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It e Ms ha Ao g oers. It was
.me day. andw it ams. es
sh fr thedo a fem madn.
md mef tsMe as wea o Nreotd.

Te Ne With Serylag. e
Moe w-a asm bm the mlded stmume
M md mm ador was givem tha

so mth tihaa a of thele
mew had em -ouabo.ther.
mhe o be boad be seatemeod fore
aL. M b he was mistaobs. lte we
ahA ber leueAsseed as Colm ms.

Webe m~g to ei ha e was toake
hash to Cahmbus by a UsnuM States
marshaL As he steud with hbs heads
hml&.d Waltug to be take to
the rai. his to ualvered, ters
iasimo ar a is eye.
"o hboa wkb everrthinu ad every.
body." beo id.


3 tham
ow Cmmrowd eNwrm.

T s cpis51 "Charley's
Aust," which put os that production
at Mlminopy am Thursday night, re
taruedJ to their homes in this city
yesterday. It is said that a large
erowd attended the performance aid
it was highly appreciated by the peo
pie of that place.

Pe 'ers Orlino Laiatite cur.-. consti
patio and liver trouble and make.
the bowels healthy and Orinau
is superiur to pilla and tabl.ts a. I!
doe. aot grip, or uaum.-aI. Wh) t.ak

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wam a ltaatl for that vacant

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Practice In all Courts,

State and

O)4M o090fG&Ia..GOVNII0S MOG"116sa

J. W, I"Arl'%(N
...Civil Calimeer slid Surveyor.
traMPs I attstom to all bu.aiaaf
015m. fiftO-dorwYe&ofthatThiesher'.
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write Mrs. Fournier of lake Charles I.,
ased to afr from headache, backache, side a
premindown ains, and could harwal
at k I and now I feId aU the



liseoeld PPerie oem Smoo Worknlq
for This *ervsee for Many
Menthe a bswerimeft.

Por many mouths laterested parting
have been quietly at work to set
another trata put en between Galane
vieo and Worthingtoe Spriip, and
It now seems as If their efforts will
be rewarded.
It Is proposed to run this new train
from Osisa to Worthalton makingg
the round trip every day. that tour-
s.e. m4d the ctssoss generally eould
speed the day there and return to
their omses every eveutag and at the
amm tme have a pleasant day at the

Td. mw rrnt would probe.
aMy prove pleoaudg 4 the Northern
people bere. as they could spend the
day there and return In the eveutng.
Besides, I the summer It would
catch much of the trade from this
point that has heretofore goe out
of the State for recreation purposes.
na peaking of the proposed new
service, a railroad ma Friday Inform-
ed The SB reporter that the train
w4ld probably he put oa within a
vory Abomt UsM, and would Irst he
tried as aa ezpeartmet before It was
made permanent

The *peple of White Spris are re-
joetel over the ews received from
Representative Frank Clark that a
resolution had passed Congreom as-
thorlsag V survey of the BSwanaee
river from White Sprinas to the Gulf.
with a view to determining the deep-
est feasible chasael that can be ob-
talaed for the distance named, and to
report a project therefore and an esti-
mate of the cot. This Is a move that
means much to the future welfare of
that place. Am outlet to the Gulf
weald flrerae the popularity of the
reorm 10 per eat mad would result
tI a earreepdieg laerease a busl-
aes. The people of that place should
show their a ppreati of a move of
this kind aad operate fully la the

The hab" t aof weri aas. that
appefl eto e fo me th mW beep
you iterestd I ln ome M yo me IM.
ins. amd amer.,-.

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Hors and Mules

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All Tesame stock and pessmally m-
leeted by Mr. Davie. Comr and take a
look at them, whether you buy or not.
Harne -, Wges and Boggles for Sale.

Davis & Oliver
Gaslanville, Floridas


It Will Help You -

Sadl b a medinlae that has been found to a
the t i of most women's pains, str
the weakened womanly organs, that su
caUN thr work is too hard for them.
It not a pain killer," but a true fer
remedy ed of purely vegetable I
peehari and recommended for all aiek q
men, wyenumg. Try Cardu. Women's Bd


-The Florida Agricultural Experiment


A thorough preparation of the soil is necessary to produce te N
crop of any kind. Whatever'trop Is to be grown. the main pelt is
the sell In the best possible condition for a good seed-bed. Such prI
retalas the soil moisture, and puts the soil Into the proper phuall e
tion for the growth of roots. The thorough preparation of the Meadi
duees the cost of cultivatkm during the growth of the crop by at ha
During the spring planting season the ground is usually dry. 1%
two seasoans for instance, have been too dry for good germinatlou.
lan where the land yas prepared early. Hence It sl necessary to b
soil earlt so as to retail a large percentage of the moisture wMi
received during the fall and winter. A large amount of molstet l
kept la the soll for a eoulderable time by proper preparatom ad l
cultivatleo. We should plow early In the winter (say, in Jasary), i much grass or weed on the ground the plowing should tI
enough to bury everything out of sight.

As soom as the land is plowed it should be harrowed thorougMt|
again harrbwed at Intervals of about ten days or two weeks un tilb (
is planted. Jut when the harrowing should be done will depead
weather, but the Sold should be harrowed often enough to retail a
soil mulch; that is, the surface of the soil. to the depth of one or etw
should be kept thoroughly pulverized. This will prevent a large pert
moisture from evaporating and being lost before the crop is last, U
especially Important to run the barrow over the ground after evy 'l
Ths breaks the slight surface crust that is apt to form, and preWJ
lose of moisture to the air. In the dry spring of last year, we *m
by this method, to retain suflclent moisture In the soil to germinaW -
corn. and velvet bean seed. This surface cultivation should be el
ev*e after plowing. The correct agricultural practice is to plow de6
preparing the eed-bed, and give shallow cultivation during the
the crop.
Our best farmers have learned from experience that it is better
up the whole Seld; for listing between the old rows and leaving t
dles to be broken out later puts the land In the worst possible
retaining the moisture which is already there, and also, for
rain that may Wall
It is well-known that we often lose from 60 to 75 per cent. of the
of the fertilizer by not having the soil in proper condition at the
planting. By thorough preparation of the soil we not only save a &iMW
of the fertilizer we apply each year. but at the same time we britS
such conditions as tend to hasten plant growth. We also lncreWJ
water-holding capacity of the soil by adding organic material to It.
plowing under the remains of plants left on the land by the pr-lo is
A soil may contain enough available plant food to produce a beiavy
but may be so wanting in humus that it cannot hold molature e-
germinate the seed well, or to make a satisfactory grohlb of the cro
When the land is prepared early In the so-ason more time s give
the raw rll tou water, and for all trash and weeds pluo -d uindr tod
A better evd-bed is liinaured. for m(re time can I,. gi~,e to th*e *-obL
the soil also has time- tu settle and become Arm enough to estabIiht
larity L' tAeeu the subsoil and lthe plowed soil. so uas to Inrure i15
moisture its the s ed-bed for e*rumaititlon and to tide th. grot d*
over a lung dry period.

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om IC ttee Says That It

ct riei t frmi PC

N, D. C.. Jan. 28.-
that the speeeh deliv-
Nnse tbet week by Repre-
w ef New York tIn
president was severely
Sexpua ged tfrm Te Cow-
"ssgr, the select committ-
i to weider the speeeh
sepert to the House. A
to the committee by
WIBett, urging that
MshoU remain on record,
the report.
that "the cosderatkmio of
fi q estio Involves a con-
Ji what Is and what is not
M- toin the House." the com-
gopert does the privileges
lws of the House and liml-
" at debate. It diseusses at
so relationship of the two
lo Congress and the relations
-t be maintained between the
ir Representatives and the
i la accordance with the con.

r rt declares that It would
the "peculiar constitutional
Ow the House la relation to the
f impeaching the President do
e da clear line of distine-
tweesm that criticism of acts and
t neeeesary for performance of
W1io l duties of the House
i e Jtleism merely personal and
* hd"

from Ne
"and ind
the Pres
duties or
they tr

S Catarrh is a blool d EXPE IMn ner linings or mucoums mnembranes f the body. The dimmwing of thee
delicate surfaces and tissues product% r'l the well known symp of the
trouble, such as ringing noises in the l:< id and ears, tight, stuffy Seeling in
a t the mose, pains alxve the eyes, irrita.ion of the thrust, sometimes alight
sHoe se Duty to ver,. and ga general Seeling of weak ie and ill health. Eve the lungs
become aflecte by the continual peasa, e of impure blood through them, and
there is danger of consumption if the seise is allowed to remain i the
a m system. 8. 8. 8. cures Catarrb because it purifies the blood. It goes into
the cirrelation and removes every particle of the ca'.arrhal matter, making
this ital fluid pure, rich and healthy. Tbeu the inflamed rembranes ma
w York." continues the report. to hebl every symptom disappears, the constitution is built up and elth
I that his remarks concerning restored. 8. 8. 8. rids the system of cntarrh by attacking the trouble at bt
ident are not Justified by any bead and entity remly moving the case from the blood, thus making a perms.
ation of the constitutional mnt and lasting cure. & 8. is made entirely from health.-vig mooo,
powers of the House t herbs and barks, and or this reason isan especially sad desire mted
ascend proper limits that ok Catrik h a ay medical advice e to all who write.
i deta..- that th y WT PCr C CO., A .LAN TA O.9

structive of that courtesy. respect
and dignity which ought to be pre-
served, and that they ought not to
remain In the permanent official rec-
ord of the proeeedtngs In the House."
The committee claimed that it was
Impossible to separate the objection-
able remarks from the remainder of
the speech. and that the only way to
eliminate the remarks considered out
of order would be to strike out the
entire speech. It cited as a precedent
for such action by the House the
speech of Robert P. Kennedy, of Ohio.
attacking the Senate, made in the
House on September 3. 1890. which
was excluded from the permanent
Willett Sends Letter.

In his letter to the committee Mr.
Wlllett claims that he did not trans-
cend the rules of the House. but that
he was entirely within his rights to
make the speech under the order of
general debate. "Freedom of speech
has always been held so sacred." he
declared. "that the utmost latitude
has been allowed in debate, and I
respectfully submit that to strike my

. claims that It la especially speech from the record in this instance
of the House itself to protect will establish a precedent extremely
jp88iust "from that personal dangerous."
i m Indo or ridicule tending to The resolution recommended by the
dekrder la the house itself and special committee for adoption of the
ats a penrsal antagoalism on House reads:
WMt of the President toward the "Resolved. That the speech of Mr.
0 -adI which is not related to the Willett printed in the dally Congres-
E th. House uuder the consti- sional Record of January 18. 1909. con-
tu examine into the acts and tains language improper and In viola-
af the President. tion of the privileges of debates, and
ea mttee has carefully con- that the same be stricken from the
d OIW remarks of the gentleman permanent record."


taLLAHASSEE. Jan. 28.-Accord-
p o the requirements of paragraph
geism 46, page 19. of the digest
tSINI laws of Florida. Hou. %. M.
Uay, State Superintendent of
Ms lastruction. will call a conven-
I f county Muperintendents, high
A ~liacipals. and others who may
I resulted in the cause of educa-
I tI meto at Lake City March 16-18.



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All gmrde iln canvas,

phin rub
bound hose.

er and wire-

Now is the time your
lawn need? sprinkling, and
your garden needL water.




Gemx Com~binationl Noz-
dug, Sutuihjne 1, a w 11
Sprinikler and several oth-
,orstyle* we w ill be glal Itoi
*ow you


Heretofore these conventions have
lxen held at the capital in April. dur-
ing the session of the Legislature. but
Mr. Holloway has decided that an
earlier date Is desirable on account
of the short length of time at the dis-
posal of those whose duty it is to
formulate the ideas and suggestions
gained at these conventions into bills
to be enacted into laws by the Legis-
lature then convened. Usually by the
time the uills are ready the Legisla
ture is in Its last days of rush and
confusion, a state not conducive to a
quiet consideration of important measa-
ures; so. in order to avoid having
matters pertaining to the schools pass-
ed over or given but scant and un-
satisfactory consideration. Mr. Hollo-
way Intends that this time everything
shall be in readiness before the Gth
of April. 1909.
It is of the most vital importance
that the coming Legislature shall
recognize existing school conditions
and bring the State out of the chaos
produced by the recent supreme court

Iaby Hands
Will get into mischief-often It
means a burn or cut or scald Apply
liallard'sa now Liniment just as soon
as the accident happens, and the pain
il111 tw relieved. bile the wound will
h'al ijackl) and nicely. A sure cure
for .praiUs. rheumatism and all Ipalis.
Price ',. ."c and $1 00 a bottle Iold
by \ M Johnsou

Notice of DOiselution of Partnership.
Notice Is hereby given that the firm
of d G Gay & Comipany, comipoaed of
8 G Gay and Perry M Colion. has
this da) b teu disolted by mutual con-
cent ( Signed )
Mlwanooiy Vila. Nuv 14 l1904

114.aim--couliaaiUissd P'tuff' utiiJ4. (lid,
fjig&& t- tie',vlopI ji Wa 1111ta. aailm alI,& .)1. a
Iiji,41( .L~ti IAt,'li ki) ctome 1 I#, k .

t It u 1,1a lita bt-Lilb I it- lti Jig .1 16J

It% "AIlluul III(',I
It It'll printed sttUoner) you want,
am.. M..pow ly 6heplace itot a"

A oy's Tragic Death

The Suicide of Woman

TAMPA, Jan. 28.-A mot deplorable
accident happened on one of Tampa's
busalness thoroughfare yesterday.

which resulted In'the death of a youth
by the name of Parola Parlay, a de-
livery boy for the 0. Palk & Co. dry
;oods house, and the sole support of
his mother and two smaller children.
The boy was ridlng a bicycle on his
way to deliver a package to one of the
city's boats for the irm he is em-
ployed by. when be ran Into a horse
Iriven by Mr. Prank Russell, manager
'if the Economical Drug Store, throw-
ing him heavily to the ground and
knocking him unconscious. Mr. Rus-
sell Jumped from his vehicle, and pick-
ing the insensible boy up conveyed
him to Dr. Grantham. when It was dis.
covered that Intestinal injuries of a
most serious character had resulted.
The boy was then conveyed To the
Emergency Hospital. where he died
four boars after the accident occur-
rea. Mr. Russell. though not at all to
blame for the boy's colUding with his
borse. was greatly socked and nor.
rowed by the accident, and generously

Nmke to Tuahyem

We wWl met um tax-payerM at the
following places on the dates at o-
Rochelle-PFeb. 8th.
Campville-Feb. 9th.
Oraae Helghbta-Pb 1th.
Melrome-Feb. 11th.
Hawthorn-Peb. 12th and 13th.
Micanopy-Feb. 16th and l6th a. m.
Bvlstoea-Peb. 1th. p. m.

ofered to pay all attentions to the
lad and his entire funeral eapeas.
The mother s frantic over the death
of her 15-yearoM boy. who lduatrio-
ly worked to support her and ba lit-
tie brother and sister. thewr father
having some time ago deserted his
family and left them n destitateel cr-
Cea*leis *Suelds.
Yesterday at 10:M o'clock a hand-
some woman known here as Trilie
Brown, died from a dose of laudanum
which she took Monday light at the
house of Mabel Fuller, where she has
been Jiving for some time. It s sald
the drug was taken immediately after
a quarrel she had with a man, who IN
here to run some of the novelty tea-
tares on the State Fair RIane. Brown
Is saN to be an assumed aame. The
girl, who was very handsome. IN said
to be of aa excellent family, weB-
known In Atlanta. Her relatives I
that city have been eommulsatoad
with. but up to this time no word has
ceoe from the. and the mBrin mae
woman will probably be buried hers.

Lake View-Peb 17th.
Island Grove-Feb. 18th.

A redemdo-P-eb. 24th.
Flirbaks-Feb. 3rd.
Yours for the bet rVm .
Tax Cllecto
Tax Assaemem.
Galaeville. IP., Dec. 16, .19.

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-W gg6UnalAL IWVSR ST their
my SU Ita~~aRILWhilf
------- ORTRS. Mrs.
IgoMiPue lopo d mWha eDr.
&ad visitor
sow~ "m o t"e Cty. 0a

a Do.* M
of WIRawthori

Taste the

.eQ a repr Utative
e was a visitor to

SeSimoantom of Micauopy

-e-vle Thraday.
1CU Tom is goarteed to

f ver. of eo rG..rpeI
s on h, w. M. Johsm-.
,CHuCers of not3et5 O is
So a visit to relatives,. Mr.
s.. Hal. tl North Garden


a planter of
wasI -reo
friueds the



fiert Wian of Newberry
b the city yesterday, having
a erif Ramsey OR his
ga Oweas.
1hgemed Walton, Misses Wal-
3tebtrasseer left yesterday
where they will spend
few days visiting friends.
*g JO of Lake View was
i pla terms visiang Gaines-
tMrday. He says the truck
o v ery promising In his sec-

Lk dale Wof Hawthorn, who
H1 rviewlng the merchants
I tWe past two days, left yes-
tr his usual trip through his

*. MeDewall. who has been visit.
ml ity the city for the past
di. left yesterday for Jackson-
ItM he noes on a combined
ad plasare trip.
aByrm and Hopaso, who
6Ms visiting Mrs. B. T. Arnow
4i far the past few days. left
r ler Alachua, where they
1ared Nme time with relatives.
Ball of Alachua was trans-
b esees la the city yesterday.
ib oft the largest planters of
0 m|d and is now busy having
I ftei prepared for the coming

L I, Patch, a merchant of Alachua.
amng the visitors to the city yes-
. die states that Alachua Is one
e* beet towns in the State and
I bi her own regardless of the
I Imle.
I W. eacock, a prominent planter
B .tharn. was among the visitors
*o city yesterday and made a
Mt call at this offce. He states
I e5tt sa badly in need of rain
I a g80d shower would be highly

esale Dupree of Gainesville.
at agineer Bob Dupree. was
Ot, ea Wedaeaday of last week.
*mIla is one of the leading con-
is The Gainesville Sun's
nteast and her friends are
hard to make her a winner -
I stuadea' Dead A'sW
l A. id of Micanopy was a visitor
city yesterday
f Edwards of Alachua was
the visitors to the city yester-

60 TUrner of River Styx, near
oy1Y. was a visitor to Gaines-

0I1 Lutle Holder, who has been
Ssat of Mrs. J. L. Kelley, left
^-Wnsy for Ala'h-ua
WV. Bruce of Fairbaniks 1i autionl
bi 'Vkrs to the city saud while here
S est of hli, son. W R. ruce
5d1ge. H i1. Mountgomer) and
I M1elito1 of Macaoupy were aniuoiti
1* 5ei=t visiting the city yester

Ga6la4ville National Itajnk
%iu9 Sdvenilenult in this slusue .o
the atteutlou of our reader-

It Hague. a f.rufer aud
U h." Iit* aue ec'tioul Ia .
i11! 0this uuiurous friends uin th,.
PO eterda)
SLursUe Islibbaie of, MliU ago,i
Sisaltr tor the city )est. rd(.l
w was a guest of Miam

M. Malphurs and son. Myron. of
iisworth, were among t.Co v' 9or'
alinemville )eaterday and made a
mant -all at thin offtk
. W. It.. Crown and d "ghter.
Minnie. were In the city from
home at Rocky Point yeft.r-Ty.
Shero they were the guest.; of
J. A .eal.
r H. Oatrell of airfield *as a
or to the city yesterday. lie Is
of the leading business mien of
section and ownn a business
eddlek and Fa!rfleld.
edded pecan trees of Vandeman.
t. Curtis. ro4cher. Schley. Money-
er. running from 3 to 6 feet. 12 for
00 for $38, f. o. b. here. Oder at
. K. stokes. Campville. M
bn Carter of Fairfeld was a visit-
o Galesville yesterday. He is
eagaed In trucking and is one
be largest planters In that part
e State. especially of cabbage and
illy Barnett of Mieanopy is
ag the viltors to the city. He
ew traveling ths sect In the
rest of a patent device apos
A he h as se ed te county
re. W. H. Trailer of the place by
same name returned to her home
~rday. She has bees spendag the
several days here visittatng her
her and sister. Meedames Johason
Bailey of North Galneville.
ard from Dr. J. M. Parr. who is
ding a few days at Cedar Key
Dr. Keppel and others, states
the latter gentleman "landed" a
pound bass Thursday. Dr. Parr
states that the fishln is better
edar Key this season than for
ral years.
m Sod~a DowA Btm.
M. Cellon of Hague is among the
ors to the city.
tee Winter of Waldo was trading
he eity Saturday.
W. Wels of Alachua was here
erday on a business trip.
lAs Clara Videoo of Archer was
idtot to the city yesterday.
ra. M. Godbolt of Waldo was
mg the visitors to Gainesville yes-

Miss McCrele of Mlcanopy was
among the shoppers visiting the city
Mrs. 8. P. Tomas of High Springs
was among the shoppers visiting the
city Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. T. Jarrell of
Clyatt were among the vlastors to the
city yesterday

M Venable. the mill
of Archer, was among
the city Saturday.

and crate man
the visitors to

W. H. Main and Chas. McDonnell.
two citizens of High Springs. were
trading in the city yesterday.
C. R. Holder. John Kite. R. C. Small,
Bud Thomas and Bolton Connerly
were visitors from Hague yesterday.
Mrs. S. Vincent of Alachua is In the
city. visiting the family of L. B. Means.
and attending the Bible Conference.
Mrs. C. A. Marks and Miss Ina
Slaisk. who Is visitinUg her, were among
the shoppers visiting the city yester-
Mrs. J. H. Beville left yesterday for
Ocala., where she will spend the next
several days visiting f rends and rela-
Friends of Mrs. E. D. Wynn, who re-
sides in South Gainesville. will regret
to learn that she is confined to her
home from sickness
Miss Willie Wyman of Arredondo
is in the city and while here is the
guest of her friend. Mrs. W. T. Ches-
nut. on Alachua avenue.
J T Manning and wife of Clarke.
*ho, hate been on a abshort visit here
too taih latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs
i4 II leknapwey. returned to their
hoei' ~e .terda)
it, t; T Taylor of High Springs
as I the city yesterday. lie was
,*i route to pointii on the Cedar Key where he will lw absent for
th.' inext fe-w da-)-
Sit I'.te'raburg tCowl & eed Co St.
I *-tl-rnlurK l'0a -lurpt-'-* i eta'da
Fruit l'romluc('e KEgg. etc Ilte t e'C
,iark.t i l tatel. Co n iana n t 41 li1l
cuit onll < denti"."- aoltiltecd

Was r'I pWilliamrixauad Mipa- .Jt-will,
%%ok sof %au( hulA lea'....,a h-el its
owe. eat aaa'i wIl sI -led tlt.' Ia't.% I1-

Itia ic til t. reA y I I I
Lu~~h us. )f .JhsIU t'4 Ici.

thru 1) 4 ~&ap o theLi14uer

another Week of the


Delays in the remodeling of the building we are to occupy makes it imposible far w
to move as planned, and realizing the amount of room that will be required for ,o
immense spring Ptock that has been selected for our trade, wb will continue ow ts-
moval Sale to reduce our present stock to lowest point.

.This Week It Wi


You know the kind of Dres Goods Wilson's Uell-you know the vahs hmt me
larly found here. These e values for this week will be found a m i
about half their value. All the new weights and weave will be otd. Ye
afford to pase up these values without investigating.

$1.10 and $1.25 Broadcloth, 52 inch, all
colors, per yard ......... ...... 7

$1.10 and $1.25 Panama cloths, black,
blue, brown, per yard ...,....... .TM

85 and 90c Colored Dress Goods .. .Mk

65 and 75c Colored Drewe Goods .... 4k

50 and 60c values ................. t

Cost not considered-we want to close
them nnt

Si- -R.

school was a visitor to this city yester-
day. He is originally from South
Carolina. but is well pleased with
what be has seen of this State.
James Hague. J. R. #ague. Beu.
Wiggins anad;. BMdy, all at Hague.
were visitors to the city yesterday 4
having been appumed here as wit-
nesses before Jedge Mason la a civil
A. B. MeC lpy of Cadillac was a
victor to the ity yesterday. le
was very m i rald ofa the thrt
ening cold weather and return to
that place to leek after his extensive
peach orchard interests.
Mrs. H. A. PFisher has returned brm
BHowell. Ind., where she was called
on apouant of the death of her father.
Mr. Chas. -F, ap d 9 years. Mrs.
fisher's manx reads deeply sympa-
thise with her nla the loss of her dear
parent I
Col. Robert K. Davis returned yes-
terday from Wsshibltoe, where he
went for the purpose of delivering the
electoral vote of the Stat to the
president of the Senate. While away
be visited New York and other points
of Interest.
Dr. A. 3. CMe, veterinary urgeos .
has opened oces at Crawford &
Davis' stables and solicits a hare of
the public business. He is a graduate
of the Kansas Veterinary College sad
is here to practice his profession
Calls answered day or ghtL Horse
dentistry, cattle and dos all receive
prompt a' ,nt i.
Wilson's "little store with the big
stack" announces another big week of
the removal sale which they ase coo-
ductlug before making the move to
their new quarters. They are making
especially low prices and parties
would do well to anticipate their
'-edo. and -'ecure swme. rare bargalns
from the sale which is now going on
Attention is directed to the formal
anniiunct'Wenut of elieu T Arnow, can
didate fur r .lect'ton to the important
ipoitioui of city niarbhal fur the cons
liti >ear Mr Arnow has served the
t-l) faithfully and *Iflc-te.tly III this
alEircit) for theb past year. and It may
I-' truthfull> said that no olficer has
*it-r miade a better record Mr Ar-
1o01 asiak the support of the people fur
,illl 1h.r t. [til


TAI.I.AIIAHEr Jan 29 -Mr ( T
\Vhiltrl'd. -. retar uof thii board. an-
i.untli-s that there will 1w Ilo ,ieetiui
of ithe State l Mord of Pardoun on the
lr-t Thursday In Februar) The nest
umts(Ig of that board will be held u
Thursday, Fhruar II. 1I-.

A niee black drham whm dI
We have ery d b
weave-Pam Vel, Mo ,
ron stripes.
$1.10 and $1.25 value............
85 and 90 values .... ..........
65 75 value .................
50 and e val ............ ....



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Saw Juar Sob

In Tweenty

NASHVILLE. Tean.. Jan. 3 .-With
the jry numbering two lss thuI K
4Mdid ve dAy ago, the alath day a the
trial of Col. DunaL B. CsLpe. Robl
Cooper ,* ',a warm. smisd
of the msrer esatoer 3L W.
Carmack. eded w:iith every
prospect of a father dopl tw. The
eourt excused Jurors L h and Jack-
sou charged with druake--ess-- a
bias today, cad lttmated that JWfr
Whltworth wouMld be ecsed tern'-
row. The latter has bees I for ser-
eral months and two physicals have*
signed certias.. that if he remams
in the box his i femay be forfoeed.
The itate opposed Wkhitwrth's
relpasn and the oeurt ordered the phy-
sicas u*umamosed to testify. They
will appear today, as M ale the
new ve lr of O mie. aad an eort
will be made to gt be them the
balance of the jury.
PolowinI Juror lslgh' release
from the box be was anreted es a
care ao perry ad released
$1.J bond to answer beor the
grand jury.
Juror Leigh's emm M SMet
posed of without argumeNt b, the
attorneys. The court id:
"1 have eiv t ease eareftl or0-
1deration. weighing the teetiauy for


oft -d mbbs I
los 0 th e 0r a

Tahe dase g a- g

aigt mm t- esfa GM
gr- t*aImt the e

iAet wi hte is oIt
wite, sas- -5r w
that the er, o in a
would pta *sdw *a a
eme et r he we as g
mlwes at e a ba
be woubd i t i i


mN. the ease awof aer
win be disposed tof b Be int .

want a&d. do ho wns In

POh RNT*. SeaM artlet -- i tW O
... wara" at yr beesem "
FOR RKNT ive-rom cottage. A Used. be so'd to i*e* vh .o ab
ply 300 L berty street. lodely kookang Sa


nal Bank

Established Over Twenty Tears
Capital, $100,000.(,N -i rplu-, w<.(,X).00

....We Solicit Your Ptnfness....

Jap. M. (iraiami, I'rew.
K. Bainrd, Vir-t*.


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