The Gainesville sun


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The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
Physical Description:
H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Creation Date:
July 2, 1906
Publication Date:


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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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aleph - 002027045
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notis - AKL4635
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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Published Twice a Week-Monday and Thurday

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Mis ftmer M"w ski-
A*Aww Were go" to Was&
Old MIS "W"

Two aft Woe sufts"6
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Plowed OW a vow of a to 2L
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to Delfrud

Ip ft ..sw e n amed at the Ola*
of de Us"ed States marshal here
I mt d Md Gov. Haskell's
bmed Wr NAM Many moe asedW
to beo alewed to lm It

IITURI i OW.. Feb. 4-Governor
smW whom nhftrmed that he was
0 s6ed inst al isnmed the follow.
o mtausum to the Associated Press:
"1 have jat heard of the aIdict-
meat far esmpirsy. coupled with
mseve or eight of the oldeet and bhih-
am __starlssd cities in Mus-
egeO. who developed and built up
that emitry by their unselflabsh effort
Prom oew on the pruceedilga will tb.
apes to both idoes.
"Hearst's ereAbed iMaalpulioms
wll be at a discomat.
"I am at ased that the interior de-
partmeat has bees b a laed by false
*tatmeot. I am comdent there has
ot bees a dishonest act done by any
of the ltdicted parties, and that good
ed ieas to general. regardless of polli
tUca. lal the same way
(Siaed) "'C N HASKELL.'
i--w ww^~- -- ^m^~-
Muet Retuor Liemees.
C(aUty Judge Mason yesterday In
formed ea that there evrv still twe'lte
marriage laceases iued during the
eamth of Dasembr that had u4ot bee
renamed ar re orn g. aud that bhe
speeally desired to Impress on the
gs th at have them that they must

there are ms no terms for the de-
sarlptlo of I lad of trouble he
has udetakes to a chauffeur. If the
Am- bl is do fas r from perfectom
the average bmear has just merg
ed kam the ath regossn. Proebbly
Mr. Taft wS p be so uahabow
his as hs ams the average man.
His ehmaa wlU be rmspossle to
esmmese besiMes the Presiidet, who
wil aat have to Sad out that his ear
is left to mld in oIl to weaker the
Utres; that teka are recklessly
rImakId hles garage tor the same
pw ose a hM t gaesoUne is soaked
late the Ianer tubes with the obj)ct
of havlas them blow up. The ehabf-
fear has a rake-o oa all saplie and
repair for his amhie,. sad it is up
to him to me that the car which
would ordlnarly behave like an anael
on wlangs does aot pursue Its peaceful
career. Pruesmably there will be
someone to seeN that when the cars
are turned in at alght the chaufnmer
doe" not take his family ad friends
out for meoalight drives, and It is to
be hoped that there will be some ad*-
quate laspection of the car before It
starts out on a long trip. so that Mr.
Taft may not Snd himself stranded
miles from a car line on a lonely road.
till,. If all of thee safeguards are
provided there will doubtless be many
times when the President-elect and his
family will wish for horses. when Mr
8Hms amd his twenty-seveu friends
nav nR nd'lg,' I "I told ),u u4
It Is l>roblable- that the fri etad of
tl' nri'lenwatlt for the c- roij '.atlls n of
tour llatin:il ra'-our'rei *ill 'e** C('on
grt- adjouriluags i% h'iou lhaIns agwade
proualblonI tor tIhat | tirl -t. rK,. fatr
that It~1 hias ai.-uare'd ol'lnt lt to lI
the rnmo e'ual.t drift. and it I iot like
I| li. 1 ,l-i0 ntie. uIf Ih. movfli it'e ii will
allto. in aolsropriatituai to ab- IId< (Ior
it lha 1 6 lIt hurried mionthb that re'-
mUlai. TheI l're.tidttt haa douar hla
Itw. uAiid thttret maa let otlhe-r sire,
mag.,' d illpali-hed to ('Cougrres.. lth the
object uf proddinSg It on to Iti dutl
to the' niatter The et r tti f til (ia
serratiuu l hd it the sewake-r fd theb
lluu.are tr< M, ituni,-rrous and |iuerful
though that It IN nou likely &asAytblitg
sill b" avftmi|>lilaldl and he f llt)
thou a d dollars that the President
has asked for the begltunus of the
work will probably not be fu.rthcum-
lag. Mr Pitchsot the satiomal rest
oer, has reSUed r-e hi 9rt o Q

ada aad Mexiuo for the purpose of -Is
tereting those countries tn the move-
meat and reports formally that
these overam ts are I full sympa-
thy with the proposed work and that
they are eager to join the interna-
tleoal coaservatUos commission that
will meet la W-,bWor by invitation
of the PredMeut on February 18. At
this coafereace many Important quee-
Uoas will be discussed, among them
the border forest res, which may
originate la ome country and carry de.
vastation ua into the nest, and also the
question f the tariff on' lumber and
how Its removal would affect the
matter of the conservation of forests.
The thrilling Incident of the rescue
of more than ome thousand persons
from the steamer "Republic" throoah
the agency of wireless telegraphy has
inspired Congress to take some action
with regard to the equipping of all
passengercarryln steamers'wlth the
apparatus. Had the dFlorida" been
so equipped the accident by which the

"Republic" was sent to
would not have occurred.
vessels would have been
change l signals in the fog.
that the French Assembly
taken up the subject and
able that England will
laws requiring vessels to
wireless equipment. It

the bottom
for the two
able to ex-
It appears
has already
it is prob-
fUAlow with
D carry the
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M Apprep ia l Uhy Cesee U AI
VemMW ef of r Naienei Reesres,
The Wireless aat m

WASHINGTON. D. C.. Feb. -Co m PITTSBURG. Feb. .-To bring
gras, which has new but Uttle ver juie to the perpetrator of the many
three weeks for the passage of imay reet attacks e whit women ad
laportaat measures before luagur- glrs in the Herms H.ill. lawrenee-
tiom. counties to dawdle and waste ts vllle and Seatheli distrs*ts c this
tme. This week It has spent many city and to take steps to prevent a
ham arguing over &.welve thousand reeurremee of the crimes, the better
dollar apropriat or atmobilse element of the nepue- have issued a
for the White House. Representative call for a general gaam meeting to be
Sim of Te esee aead tweoty-sevea hold mext Tuesday maght.
of his frieads are steraly oppoed to The feeltag between the whe peo-
the iatroductIm of atoamobile for pie and the negroe oIs becoming more
the Presiet. and he. with a ammber acute as each day brt~gs its quota of
of his 0o0e1aea, have made speeches attacks and reported attacks on white
agalmt this, their pat aversion. Their girls by segroes. The populace of the
argum ts have been futie la the low- affected distrlc Is highly wrought up
er Hemse, the-h, and all of their over the exisl situattom and only
gary pibetwar of the ded ad woOded the most careful rigilance on the part
who are left in the trall of the gs of a double force of policemen pre-
Smae h 0** eeddIl in secWrtin vested a serious clash between the
ely twenty-eves e against the race.
appropratios, to 15M Its favor. Mr. Two Gris Are Attasked.
I Taft will have a usha r and a lfet. Blanche Smith and Roe pesock. re-
men. an If the lwary m- is sMtg In a suburb. were attacked by
judge of seh thisb he will get all nerees yesterday. but their sereams
of the punIhms-t that Mr. Sims and frightened the assailants. who eseaped.
his flieds wish him. The hor- h Two negroes. aeeused of being those
a knows and tried l nzry. but the who attacked the girs, were later ar-
amuilm is a i tfl. anreliable thing rested ad seat to the workhouse for
Sas yet, and am eas be the poo ree amouthe.
asser of me. meesh I two or three. John Stokes, a egro, aed 2. was
without havingas a ah uwle a his a ested oama charge preferred by Mrs.
envio fea n ud Snood eamm la J Jem Thampeom of the SouthsMde. who
hIm. And If the u.eboblls In a eare.

Dance at ArchMer.
The young people of Archer -
delightful dance on Friday
which was largely attended h_ I
young folks there and adjoISal
town. Part of the Gahinevills O
tra was engaged and furntised -1
for the occasion.

Want advertising is a tr m
you can aress., and willth W
can drive your plans and P
to any desired destianSt

Savannah M&rket Firm

High Grade of Sea

SAVANNAH (1a Fe'b 6 The cS*- factir,. it latIluis amil
Island 1tt(itI umarket for t he bigh ". kli on Vrida)ta
grades [f lith atalle. was firm during 'cn s VIwidas
the i. Il.a' a- k tut dull and *e s> for, hoice origa'
Ex choice (law
11. lo.i Kr-0tlradn which t-ret not in iEx choice Gas'

.ir re'

e,-taladill Fa~ir a b~aic. S ar, tiiclae rota hoice '(is'*amid Viari'
&-lila ringtis the rt%'e'sat dco.-II t ausa If tthe i Ai,.g II, ;' "ol~ad Vd 1. 1
saff-r'ing asltwk #ift dthe' co~l 1Vane.j' am mt4114 lt-il
Us lu coming mIII t t in h.r 4; i f lo t VoitaIal a l io It I tI''
It.iidhijrIsg l'tr. i. Infants, i v iatllis lmtas ,61
mitth tima lth the lb4mor t-LtieUdiadfor Io% ('iAltI 1.Sa T I \ a 4S
e'r grade's, exlahuaa the weaker ftwiltiag Wsand m~kt a te Isait)
iu the inferilimiqualities. usa2., ?Z' traso go. :3
Sales fur the week wer 68T bakee. to$; eaptucts,703. abol"- ~


MUM lull I A113 A Ira


alleges he entered her hamb
rom of her daughter, but au
med away by the cream afl
The man will be given a
day. -
Aged Weman a Vta
Mary Kruwise. aged 80 yewas
tacked at her bome Mar b
terday by a negro. The gg
man's creams frightened her
ant, who escaped. leavtag i
In a critical condition.
Shortly after the a&Maut a
giving the name of Arthur
mid to be the one who
crime. was arrested and is
closely guarded. as the ih
Mrs. Krulse threaten to dote
er bodily harm.

mullet te. a MafW, I
UNIONTOWN. Pa.. Feb. 4
Anna Davis of Lyan's UItam,
here. *hot and fatally woudaW d
Donahue yesterday whoes is
another white a and th e
attempted to force a esatr--
her home. The men lasud M
woman whem she warmed
leave. Seoilng her hhadMs s
she Gred through the door.

Slight, ranging from three
me thouaand dollars, ad I
saaoce is not exorbitat, ,,ad I
proposed by the ComaidMI
Merchant Marine to maru J
ocean steamers carrying irSe
ftty passengers shall carry 4hI 4
Friday Nightls FW.
The building destroyed by Oe N
owned by J. R. MontSoNery 1
day aight was a large twoI4 I
structure and valued at about
which was almost a total Itale,
tanurance carried was oaly a8
amount. Most of his houttSa
were saved by the large a
people assembled there to
Nsh try.


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am- m a* PuMW ft on-emb.
Wuwd I*eow qpew M&
h~ d heim pwbi aft.


A_ iv.ft.g IN3 Ueantgmn.
be-Itis meI .

a_ of~ q~rr tood

dmft&" do
r ~sa S- sudrrasm
us ow9 Mat as. he
-m ~b"a Ths an

iL, --- ha r a
of mmo gof geeo put al
-WN"of amt lie" ad re.

~nhI g" uder bi
of t -bo o -l-ebobs ga

'd-ft 41 1low od, -- Q
mueow "msm yefmae
00 Mft ~at Athata and
adl ha00of P.MWeAch.
Am V ~ sow to the

169 e ms wantoeae ed mtow6
SWmam- om mv ed ofmio.
PAW hE V Im @Wm ly.
ft h IMFSUMPOIatd her i.
ibm em~ir ft do am ad ajeurine
hrOW.00um.WN6 WWOwas hiewd by
*0mt B hushbes.m ow ad

Ow d Z Me. ha: s
Mr.Md aV. A. Ussa eSeurrd#At
09 a eoy yaeerayateuea
3mw. VIF. bL Odgee siatag.The
anow m soat S. &winisby a
Oak be adaeuma

-e-i a arb a as ""ty they are
resumed Is ~t smes. This leas
to stemac troubles, b louases and
a ROevieO youar die4t. 1let
mam ased oat a pampered appetite
es t dt" tamke a few doeO of
tO Wlnate's Stomaheb and Liver
TUhets sad you will soon be well
a-in. Try It. PFor sale at all drug-
gist.. @&NSA free.
000d CeGaad seok.
im so&~ @ no ham:
M. Daevi etarmed to the city
ye"tOrday troam th e markets of Tenneoe.
oe. were he has been for the pur-
pese of pUrcbasing another carload
of atec. This Is the second mixed
ear purchased within a moath. and it
showsve tat they have a place to put
them soon after the arrival of their

Ask Youreelf the Quetion.
Why not use Chamberlain 1 Uni-
meet whes you have rbheunsatlma We
feel sure that the result will b .
Pa riat and aaUtfartur) It bas cured
others, why uut you? Try It It costo
b(t a triple. erlice. U ceunt, large
sae. 60 osta. rFor sale by all drua-

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WON*am"to meret!a wih

Were OwL
That's the way you feel dabst he
lme wh ym b have a hbcking ee6 .
It's hebmbme to let it go a uad
Is-t to hmk to get over It, whem Bm l
hterd's awse m Syrop wil step the
0 md heal thMe lage. Pries Use,
sfe ed P. pwr h bottu. old byr W.
KM. Je3amm.
Neu" of e eolutlmt ofPaetae rrip.
NoMe is hereby ive that the Um
of a. oa. & Company. eompeed of
& 0. .Gayr a Perry M. Colsa. has
ths day bes dIssolved by metal c-
memt. (1med.)
S. 0. GAY.
Mukaeopy. Via. Nov. 14. IN.

Hoarse coughs and stuffy colds that
may develop lanto paemoaats over
alght are quickly cured by Foley's
Honey and Tar, and It soothes inlam-
ed membranes. heals the lungs, and
expels the cold from the system. J.
W. McCollum & Co.

Horses and Mules

---Juit AUA

TMia iFU AU VrwNvu

All Teaaneomve ettm~k ad lirrumally w.*
6-ta~l loy Mr. lba~a.. tuw~ atudltake- a
loo~k &1 I temI. almthl&r you ~It.or thA.

Davis &Oliver
tuaZ~Wbll"r, Floida



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wM s*Aea, Wae wlds gew e fp.
imed Over om Ca ego ef MaN.

rei Tburadeays Dally Stm:
Wednesday's sesslam of Judge Na-
os's court was the busitest In some
time. as he was occupied nearly all
of C. day with three different caesw.
Henry Mickens, the aegro boy who
stole a wbhe from J. L. Cheser aOd
skipped out to Oeala. was called up
amd plead guilty to the charge. The
te reserved his declee and may
eee to aed him to the State eM
rmryr. ,ewaig to his ame.
WSI salssh the Wado aegro who
do&b s -n4 was heold or the
o4 jury -M the charge o f n
ler. lHe farmidabd tne required

Th e m a of --melsM Rad other,
as trustees t r the Blten Metho.
diet church. v Wa. McCray. was
alied for trial. The defeadamt ea-
eMed Judgmest. The State's later-
sefl were looked after by State At-
torey Rivers ad MaCray was repre-
mated by CoL amebea

C" y neglUaSem &eUe
Netlee is hereby given that the
restiratto books of the City of
Omieavtlle wtU be opea at my office
la the U. 8. had office from Pebruary
12, 1N0, to March 13, 1WN. Hours for
reglstratio from 9 a. m. to 12 m.. and
frem p. m. to 4 p. m. Bear ismind
ta rgstratta Ina it eouaty aloe
oes smt title you to vote Ia the
dtly eOetle so If yes are not already
r tered In the city have your name
pIed af tdhe bes at oace.
Cty Clerk ad Treaurer.
Galmeevile. MIa Feb. S. 1w.

Th Soathers aity ad Auction
snf a--y, who have jast succeeded ls
dispeateg e a lar samber of lots
at WerM sth *lass. wMi ple aM
imtes sale em i this city of West
Liberty strot lets about the 17th
est. They are ie wires whbe t I
comme to hadag kad. a"d wiU ntnt
dues a mew hea-m at the Memis sale.
Besides gIvIT away present they a
ance-- the WryAt of ts. me lot Atth
two a-** -r a t. the tmoe is
th -m viote. Go omt ad Jgi tMhe



m banudm afm sIsnpolob bdft musia

hWr dbm V" k =WM b Eva. m n ui
vruak dinpm d aIN uu im

fad bih b ulikql aw Mamib We a
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Lb m IM i are nWM
come in and inspect a fine new"
Decorated China. Thb indm M hl

O. H. OOLE8 & O80
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Tins CouPoi WiLL NOT BE Goon ArER FE :. 2 1i

Bush & Saford The CGinesville S




II -ew
Thias (Oxioen may w as at Tlm- Sun ottivet(or at .itlwr Ioftr 44*
DwIed Witht' Ow Mta-t. NOT aOoXI AtTElR YEIBIWAjJRY~

I ~4 JlI('Itt' d will I m- a ppI ZJ)rt-viattEi-ol 1

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TLiver PkdLim
w Kefep Too Won
dims psoeedby To&

pdmb fbn "m d b so murl er
an usesmea d =i Ssmple

3! iA#= firm

WL. A. "s ~ ~1un
Wed to so h


DahideSnow UmL CL


iks SMSd are sre
to -cc up. so donmt
uMymink aMd Buy
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jiimHrdB~ um~er c t a m
AgisiG to rl
MHvreea by A. C. L.

Coc maaent is adjourned

oe oanase= t e no *ehar.
reens. ha ett moe raves,
ld Vjal n d WClerk Dell

en oft Alderman Bt re

I app we after owen ethe D

l o Beit lntes wme etin rwer-
-af tive the a clarity B a
o pert ot colmitte enI
ma I1M.
-s nett moved that the
oft he water works be
t opurea se the ect sey

ewap waste wel Oet the Di M
SCmpt; way we uh was edar-

et semaittlee was authorts-
oaweeea street grader upon

Barnett moved that the
of Nla rd Wells on a 5-
us be redued from"0to Sd.
.swuerd from aaM to 1i;

mayer was lastructed to en
R eTim;aca requi rin the A.

Bernett moved that the
r be instructed to estab-
f; svlagt west Cone an Prairlse
b machus avesse to Semi.
Min; whbic wa carried.
sh t com. ttee. was street.
lein erd tMe bridge on u st; Me-
street, across 8weetwater
ad reprt Its ondimtion.
SVdal moved tht the
of the street committee and
be nstr ted po sab-
a Me e mbloek 9. Brush's addi-

s e s ever l f thnds: Cningent

T.Ar -., dLSn; 3 L
M. ; C. A. c a .lough. f Sa J.

Teer. M- ..66; J. M. Hall.0 SM;
Thyler.0 SM; J. B. n DL Jr.. S.
rv r.itas od-T. a Jlis,
M ; Da y Sus 17.40; B. F. Mr.ier,
SouGalmrtvite Hardware Co.
'I" ; fr Hardware Co.. $2.96; V.
A Wks and Pipe Works., $1-23;
WUinM $en15; Galaneville Ti
07.36; Lynch & Co.. $64.70;
Lamber Co.. $87.5.
t f eat-GaateavIlle oGas and
N C06 n$338.60.

6r-' tind-T. B. -llos, k 1; Harry

E Moyaso $40; L A. Jernigan. $40;

P p.. motion of Alderman Misson

SB matter of buying the street south
4I the Government building site was
Ikfttd to the street committee with
1bo*r to act. provided that same
40Ild be purchased for not over $400.
The matter of lights on Pearl
ieet was referred to the light com-
The assessment of Mrs. C. H.
8l*1* was reduced to $600.
A leasthy conmmunicationi from the
twentieth Century Club was refer-
**4 to the ordinance committee
Alderman liurne-tt moved an ad-
torI0nult., abit h ass carried

64 Nights "Go as You Please" Race.
MOw M*any tired father aiJd uioAlft
4" in thll to tu inte.r thi. ract' t.%*r
it I carrtjlK a tbab t AndI the
Omerer what tihe~ hattr la C'hiai ,'
Lhe the c hl d i starerli oriz.' Art
UI fg all of its fuod Mlt ('hildr.-i
Ipw*m -yo"re ueedlu t WbittIe
--W- ill set rid ofO the


Galneovlloe Pe@ple Maet eg** laeM
and Head It.

rl I

Kidney Ills come quletly-myt- LITTLE EILLOW' CLOTHES I0
But ature always warns y. NITED WHIL D SSIN.
Note the kidney secretions.
If there are ettlings sad sedimet. Aeident Ooeerred Thursday Meramg

Passages frequent. scanty. painful.
It** tim them to use Doaa's Kidney
To ward of Briht's disease or dia-
Dona's have dome great work in this
Mrs. J. L. Warren of Starke., Fr.
sys: lor some timeI was a victm of
kidmy trouble. The kidaey seretions
were too frequent. in passage. cstaing
me the greatest annoyance and I saf-
fered eomstatly from baecacche sad
dull paes through the kidaeys. I
eead amt rest weD a"d to the morning
aroe feeling tired ad wn out. My
beck became very lae and I often
found It dfuealt to get around. I at
length red about Doa*'s Kidney Ptils
sad proceed a bem. tinee tusin
them, I have bees free from back.
ahebee and the sorese sad lamenees
has disappeared. The annoyance from
the kidey secretioas also eased sad
I am able to sleep wel. Dean's Kid.
n*y PUls beeotted me waoderflily
and I ema reseemed them as the
beat kidney remedy I ever sed."
For sale by all dealers. Price so
cents. oster-Mllbwur Co., Balio.
New Torkt. sole agents for the United
R.uanmber the name-Doen's-ond
take p other.


Kirby mfth Chapler M eNts Eanhs.I
aemse Geemee Threy.
1rom rfday' DaQy SM: -a
The largest t d -n.M* t. ioeMtin
meeting of Kirby Smith Chapter. U. DI
C. la years was held Thursday at the
home of Mrs. H.H. McCreary. oam lut
Liberty street.
The newly elected offcer were lan-
stalled at this meeting. and besides
the regular routiUe of work one new
member was reeelved nlato the chap-
ter. There were also three new appU-
catoms received for membership,
which will be acted upon at the aext
The report of the *cretary showed
that all dees had been paid for the
paet year. and the chapter has a alce
balance In the baak.

any Sleepless Nights, wing to a
Persiesent ceugh-aele Fou nd
at Lst,
"Fdr several waters past my wife
has been troubled with a most persist-
eat and disagreeable ough, which la-
variably extended over a period of sev-
eral weeks and ceased her many sleep
lees rights write Will J. Hayner.
editor of The Burley (Col.) Blletina.
"Vartous remedies were tried each
year, with so beaeelial results. In
November last the cough agals put inl
an appearance sad my wie, actina oa
the suggestlon of a friend purchased
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Reme-
dy. The result was. indeed, marvel-
ous. After three doses the cough ea-
tirely disappeared and has not manl-
fested Itself since." This remedy Is
for sale by all druggists.

Funeral Here.
rom Friday's Dally Sa:
Elmo, the two-year-old so of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank A. Roux. formerly
residents of this city but who now live
at Floral City. Citrus county, died yes-
terday at that place The body will
be brought here today on the A. C. L.
at 3 p m and the burial will be at the
cemetery, Immediately after the ar-
rival of the train.

Saby Hande
Will get Into mischief-often It
means a burn or cut or caJd. Apply
Uallard's Snow Linlment Just as soon
as the accident happens, and the pain
will be relieved, while the wound will
heal quickly/ and nicely. A sure cure
for sprains,. rbeumatism and all patis
Price 25c. 50c and $1 00 a bottle. Bold
by W. U Johnson

Want New Supplies.
In a UIUI UIII(d 111)13li&Il(h %an ~reft-r-
fed too thc ii tire(EIIlli liffott of (tit*COeU11I

*,oral ert ioIv* nwoouamcs~r) for 1Ow uje-
?,IleiIiiAgA t.,oftI, it partheut. i, 'Ahich a ii
A1AI t 11141" 1i f!' f t tit a uid dAt IIL' Iti1e
tmia m4 a'r. 4e-it iim f4 ii'ti, t I e 14ri ti t-ahe N o,.% t
( h1 (411 ( I JI.tit- 11,10 ia tJIld &of pro.pv: I)
ZA %t cif

Yuol)'s Orlio I.iaatlie curt s
patuio aid laer trouble a d
the howe heaalthy and regular.


at Heme of Mnr Lka Stertb
e n a Orange Street.

Prom Priday's Daly en.
MakeolF arber. the little 7-year-old
grandson of Mrs. ian take. who
was seriously buried about the body
and right side early Thursday morn-
iag. la reported la a serious coudltim
Mr. Stake had gone to the kitheas
to prepare the morning meal. leaving
the boy by the Ire dressias, when *he
heard his screms.
In some samuer the dear separatinas
the rooms had beme loeked, sad it
was several minutes be6ere reach-
ed him to and tat he was eompleey
enveloped i Sams, his clothing be
ie a&re all ever.
A se as the Gahies could be e-
tnglshed medical aid was -ummoed,
sad the little fellow s to rena as O-a
Ily as eould be expected, the eanre
right side of him being burned to a
solid bolster from head to toot.
Just the condition be is in eold aot
be learned, as he Is sffertag a great
deal and they would not question him
concerning the abir. ant the. toos
at his yoag ase he would prolMy
be nale ttooll anything ot the oe

Saee Meosy Wby "lg Ch.mW Me
Ceopgh Ame- .
You will pay ust as much f a
bottle of Chamberalan's Cough Reme-
dy as for say of the other cough ed-
claes. but you save money Ia buying
IL The arvinag ta i what you get, not
what you pay. The -a-teW-ere-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 wheo
you buy a cough medicine you want
to be sure you are gettlag one that
will cure your cold. Cmberlaln's
Couh Remedy aways cure. Price
26 am W otso a bottle V le by
an dremests.

Les e at Svenens.
Ps Frida0's Da0lly a.
Dr. IB M. Tsou a= t adlly wil
leave today for Breaon. where they
will make their future home. The Doe-
tor, who has bees out of college for
the past two years, has deeom oa
Breaoss owing to the loestion being
close to his home. ard be will ct
go among the people there as a total
stranger. During the Intervenlag Ume
he practiced medicine aIn the wetern
part of Bradford county. t decided
to make the move so that hit Seld
would be larger in which to follow
his profession as physician.

C. R. Kluger. the Jeweler. 100 VIr-
ginia avenue. Indlapepols,. Ind.. writes:
"I was so weak from kidney trouble
that I could hardly walk a hundred
feet Four bottles of Foley's Kidney
Remedy cleared my complexion, cared
my backache and the IrregularitIes
disappeared, and I can now attend to
business every day, and recommend
Foley's Kidney Remedy to all sfer-
era, as It cured me after the doctors
and other remedies had failed." J. W.
McCollum & Co.
Netlee of AdeptioS of Sehlee eks.
Notice Is hereby given that on the
4th day of April. 190. the Board of
Public Instruction of Alachas county
will adopt a uniform system of school
books to be used In the public schools
of said county for the ensuing ave
years All interested parties are
notilfed to be present at maid meet-

fly order of
ruary 3rd, 1W!o
Chmin It
Attest: J L

the Board this Feb-
P I Alahbua County.

Nexasethy eeerlie
The abue -Is the. ta~tu of a Ge~rmana
chebkaicl, a11u4.-1i1i0 one of the UtAh)
'caluslrle' tnvrdit-'zuts of Volv),N5 lIdilv
Ht~Le turd) 111-1&111401 t) litetilrfall) ee I&
rt-cognis.-d b) Lthe. wedictl 1, xt kbook.
anud suaoitiotlnAd A, aUric. Acid s01uitei
and uti snliajttc fur the, uriou- Take'
Vuiet. *Kidne-y Rueined) *55 bo.uII a&
)uu itutice any irrvguiarities, sand
avuW aaw a srius lady. J. W. Mcul-


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hewst pealtumits a Mthe rar Miss A trlaskltao..... et whm oownt. Man oae st
MA fte 90601160 o tM e s stores at .ted hes y Caetod Miss ts eulad, o ity.......3 I1ope ast our county board ieet
a~m~~aw Temm t ieSb to a tt o treIr ttheM s b ei Nu, twe.....5 a ab ut t" n bn60 heirstad ocrat e

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weM deMse pv a help to the Miss wmve Stat, Waned...... 54U eight hed of mles ad hes I
o e gMiss Getee lambert, cityr......4.75 W ill h oteored that ly 5
an-w Cs. Dabsh read the State &aws emi Miss aary Thipia. city. ... 95 t of the patrons are ad
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VWted that It weaM edbyve aoad Mrs. A. V. gbrsat.......... 3.3p ip. The maor gart of thsm

ae ml he have bss Ite i dherE at uisMe he become m- Miss Ruby Albuight.......... allo a hc 3 r' etpero my a5levy
hewmabus ot the bevanmhUm. as they aMid emadidl that tee people are irs
i sa W eaiesa gsle piak up aN efeadms withst lrst me. emeast Wash ass aParmer. be Iyal estiseds. Crimes a.M
s h he 5 e o .resi a went psitias their awrest. Khem badelg Daa hom: Two murders have be. .mu.s4
so oft6 ft" am Mhs. 5 Upne bmaoint" Mrs. L a C. owash l a. Pearn mterned from his 1ticsem&and 13 each case the s
'B *tmed raiKs ag th5meeatnng adisrmed iswClt the wove sad fArm yesterday, after ha.- Was daoe by a treasele0t mas.
K Barew rag the e s&en's report em has i" his oU rtthe ahat lve years. It took
FM.M orow wwis a tear the byehews. oe farmiog a cd is .ne o2 but S "peake" to itop them.i &
lawsThe melae has betentsn saneosu the mAst trcceektal pheaters of ticigS our prosperity it will be
ne si n ly nc tedheere, which shows another county. that the school is not a enamcial w
S m 0 h- M"s bet aeBrH. pe... were step .. the forward march, sad the des to the county Such is the a
emma h6 hr a* temande at C~as Ala., pea work to be dmae by the h Mies sl es od Del.d ate looking diton of a people who have hadub fl
,sad mew who eemPoei* ..stta M forward to the visit of the Co8nt aNd school sessions Ia mieven years o
is everywhere evident, sad oaMy iste o S t E d .. P&rAa hope that t count y bord will de-
game caf be cited to their attention c Uy 1Kth. The Countess is well-known after put s in the f4r0 t ranke of d
them for her many s ood works .ad ored schools for tryand to ImI -
Mfor her Iterest In Stet4on Universit. ourselves alog all lines.arl 7
C.typ of ot terms of the City of Gat e slawss w ooa works. ..c athe Patna 1H90

5. mis. the islg o K L he this inselRw.hW tstaM fornraelectiufrem April 13. I have
sMin whtsot haV "eb ae Mghtes grved the people faithfully Cad eaN-_A0thattpeoplean
S" easy years A report that Chipley, dleatly, might sad day. sad my record.I C.W s U W.___________ _yas OW i ech an
he OHPo.. was agmha eyetsme swept, is ma- ii os hit ieipwetfe.
Mdt Sen aIab high whede prevailed N my ariibes during the past year

am* Mdftwo.has bees satisfactory I ask the sup-
Port and vote of each sand every citi-
em who is qualfsed. I can only
pr. m d the game service as I have
endeavored to give in the past
TYors for order.
I take this method of Informing the
public that I can a candidate for City
a d friends we have in- Mar'sal at the election to be held on
"Re vApril 13 0. I respectfully solicit
SMURDICK CASH REGISTER the support of all voters. rreispectie
T little banksregister of party affiliation, and promise to
faithfully and impartially discharge
p a ht themandshow you the the duties of the ohce should I be
U M. a )a in them at all timed. elected Kul ectfully.
Ph amUhI) Wki Ih w I respectfully announce myself a
"n bM l h can-didate fur the oce of City Mar
,'shal. to be voted for at the election
on Altrili 13. I t. If etv!%cttd I will
faithfully discharge the duties of the
oh ice without fear or favor. I re-
spetfully solicit the votes of all, Ir
ALANA, PLORIDA. respective of party afiltiatles.
0J. President G. W. M Au.,C "'saslier'p- Yid byb C.
Sthe unU uSce Is the place to get it



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* 3In Gabe&

:ora e, onR:-.

at@& *I@plaeow It
S- es at the nerates
A B wMOve.

S* lk t that somen -

S th. Th(Ga)t probably
S et s kmel yewrl of Lnted
the sea every conty

Swa setor e oamd be
.s'mrn mn2eon&&

rto Imve rmabed tat at.
ad Pleay is t new the e

t eld weotheer was a
farmers who had bogs

of the times" point to Joe
as President of the next

as liuger have consuption r.
eew If tber numboss. Thr-
I8 se are. however.

anertioa that tree silver is
on lame indicates that some-
been robbing the political

says bald head are
B o health. That probably
Ar the longevity of United

o foustrecting good roads
SIn early every couldty
No better use could be
p opele's inney.

Sway towhas dfred at the
I 01 He must have.
ick with his trig-
ao hove reached that age

Smy notice that them prieou-
t ea l y advances ju nost beet
t lver uie? TCsn is an old
S the factors to encourage the
M o i crease their acreage.

S". Hudsonur." candidatee
i gently the State Seateprep.
5 thirtmeth distrc.L It re-
ho be soar if the number thir-
j ve oodoo to hiscaidertiose.

enagers of the Fody la id-

01 te bonday line.

Nrd031 L Carter will tbte Inexlt't
09 the House, and In oon. of
b't 0quipgj.d ren in Lb.eStOie
P"Wis paojWe beII.e.e that the
"WSOt willbe The leadi*,j;
is 'he Salt And (Col Cir
fh Obsolut,.iY on the dry side~ re
a dry otihe *illl go.;tIII
01 that side. aho are iargelb
69 Saoritt. lie- .,in 1t4wOly Uan
0" w~t he .is Alisoluto-ly bhuue-a
Of hue.,lit-art vertr bats lit
11 Vith tlw i~xporor vlatat .* 4,f
10%4. Fe, l"erd4 l hadr 15 all1
0 butts1 jru,. tutiag it itrue)
OIL. carter. Nuoglae illIIlte gSitat
be 1"dtr thall we sIll Lu btt
~5 SLtak~rWe %Suni *i.&kt-
~~(Ma hU aiany 5Im~Ia11ili


The Baltimore Su says: "Walt for (Tampa Tribune )
Comolly's story of 'How I Baved the That The Tribune has not been
Republic' Doud Uniform with the without reaon la making diltget imo
Roosevelt set eof 79 books mde the quiri. consraiq the proceedings f
eae title." the lIternal Improvement Board
The Baltimore News say: "Thereander the former admistratle to
are vare ways tos which a city cas disclosed in somewhat starting style
get caught for damageM I New nla special diepatch from Tallahas-
Tork lst week a jury gave a boy see to The Prescola Journal in which
*4,0 because a roU tree fell oathe surprtsingta atem ent to made that
him duarta a thaldertorm and broke the compeastion W. Jesnnhs,
his leg. The city tried to prove that who has bees Oeneral Counel tor
the aseldet was due to an act of the board dwuril the Broward regime.
God. but the deeded the repeoask- was $1I.0 to I107 and $17.40 p0aM
bity eodd pimed nearer home, expensee sto M.
sad Axed It on city employees who That few people nl this State have
knew the tree was rotten and did not had the sliatest idea that amy mech
evt It down. That is a precedent that sum was being paid any oelal of
may be costly for other mnldcipall the State government goee without
ties." saytg. Much critlctsm was Indulged
The Richmond NeweLeader say: to throehot the State when It was
"The Republicans of Orego. It t stat- stated that Jeanmls was recetvin a
ed. have raised the question of the salary of S.0 a year as GenWral
eoasttattloality of the Oreges prt. Counsel for the internal Improve-
mary law meor the working of which most Board and this fact was dMe
a Republiena Legsatue1 had to elect eussed 0n eraly n the stamp In the
a Democrat to the United States Se recent and to prevus politlal cea
ate or haMraUnty and shamleb ly1 plgaMs, frnithin resdymad U me
veite a solem pledge. However, tritl or th eppeStsa of the Brow.-
whether or et the law to um titU-ard a i'tro an4i18d e leases a verf-
tiomal It tis t dear that the t table storm of protet whenever it
can to ay manner aseet the elem was -ias.m..--" i that this 5 0w

of the Democratic Snator to his seat.
The provisions of the constitution
were strictly adhered to by the Legis-
lature Ia his election and that settles
It so far as e is concerned, It would
seem. There appears no way for the
Senate to Bad even an excuse to go
behind the legislative return."
The Louisville Courier-Journal ays:
"Statehood Is not a garment to be
lightly bestowed. Its stgallcance is
profound. It extends to fundamentals
of citisenship and of life. It gives
votes to persons who have not hbad
them before. It admits great commu-
nitles to the prodigious American fel-
lowship. It extends the Federal con-
stitution over new ground. It gives
new forces a voice in the govern-
ment of all the people. And In ap-
plying for the great benefit it is to
be hoped that New Mexico and Art-
mona come with minds conscious of
the bigger and higher life they seek
and of the responsibilities It brings.
Evidently they are duly disciplined
and Instructed and are ready. That.
at least. Is the supposition of their
friends, who in Kentucky are num-
bered In multitudes. A great propor-
tion of us look cordially toward the
two territories whoee people have
striven so long and hard and pa-
tiently for Statehood ad wish them
not only a quick voyage through the
House. but a safe trip through the
Senate and into the family."

"Mr. Taft poMssoe the conadence
et the people of the United States In
an unusual degree," says The Norfolk
(Va.) Pilot They credit him with
sound Judgment, with courage and
candor. If he shall return from his
mission convinced that the anal1 has
been wisely projected-that no dis-
concerting obstacles have developed
to cause a change in the prosecution
of the original plan, and that up to
now the results are commensurate
with the cost-we are confident that
the popular uneasiness will be set at
rest, and that his verdict will be ac-
cepted as conclusive of all contrary
assertions. We further believe that.
should he find a mistake has been com-
mitted, he will not hesitate to recom-
mend an ebendcdment of the present
scheme and the adoption of the sea-
level route which was favored by a
majority of the engineers first called
Into consultation by President Roose-

"In Nebraska Democrats control the
Legislature and State government for
the first time in a good many years,.
says The Charlotte (N. C ) Observer.
-but there is no Senatorial vacancy)
and Republicans are more than likely)
to recapture the Legislature before
one occurs B. o l*teocratic managK re-
now propose to submit the Senator-
ship question to the people hbile ihe>
are Democratically inclined and %bileI
the appeals made last fall for Mr
lir)5al1 as the Stait e moet. dii-tligai.I'b
.Ald thits 1a. a focal poillt of iitate i ride
arTe till *llatiu lIali) \ l ih1ralt \\ ilh
thIls end l I ,eS a bill lha s.. li. latli
duced lito te l. i .gIlatur. \W '. r
tle fait, le ,p- iihat uir .unti. it
friend ti. I' '.ri.M w all atfte r i,..a >
tr tl u l.t ,, i ~ ri ,.tll.< I. ,,is )<,t< -,,i' ,

The inegro i- iJ rtlt.d to at', m i
the e.4l1 e* ho>ll S ith a tIle chatildre 1
il ('allfe rial I bIut the l Ittlte JaLp I, It
be ei luded For our Iart sr woulel
ireferT the Ja1, a thousand to one

grew to t$1. sis t1 7 ed to SIT,M.
plus expeses, isi 1n6, almost pames
belief adt annot help but produce Is
the minds t the taxpayes the im-
pre-slo that "the half has not been
toldM about the deag of the past
four years at Taahbsee.
The special which conveys this ti-
telligence to readers of The Penaoolm
Journal aom states that. on oU l 61
AttorneyOeseral Park M. Trainell.
the office held by Mr. Jennlags has
been abolished and the duties of the
office assumed by the Attlorney-en-
eral without additional cmpenatnusm.
It is furthermore stated that Messrs.
Croom and MeUL disapproved the ao-
tion of the board to dispkacig Mr.
Jennlngs. but that Governor Ollebrhist
Insisted that the records show that Mr.
Jennlngs' service terminated Decem-
ber 31. 108. and It was so ordered.
That this attorney received compel
station more than three times greater
than any other official of this State.
and his expenses oin addition, compen-
sation which would be considered ex-
cessive if paid to tbh very ablest law-
yer in Florida for similar services, is
a revelation which will doubtless add
to the Satewide disfavor i which
the former administration is hld;
and it will be certainly an occasion
for the people of Florida to thank
their lucky stars that the ballots fW
the Democracy brought about a time
ly change.
The Tribune well remembers how
Frank Clark, In a speech n the
drainage proposition, sirtly reveled
in his finest satire n discussing oew
the State was "buncoed" when it paid
W. S. Jennings $5,00 a year; but
what would not Frank Clark have said
about a $17,M0 plus expenses salary?
He would have been stricken speech-
less for once n his life.
The Tribune congratulates the
State that the board, as now consti-
tuted, has put an end to this sort of
business, and especially that it is
bringing out these facts for public In-


For those who, either In exultation
or sorrow, have Insisted that the auto-
mobile was destined to put the horse
out of business, there Is some Informa-
tion of real interest In a bulletin Just
issued by the Bureau of Statistics of
the Department of Agriculture. The
figures presented In that document
show not only that the horse has not
been abolished. hut that be Is an Item
of steadily increasing Importance in
the economy of animal industry.
It appears, for Instance, that the
horse population of the United States
on Jai1. 1. 1909. numbered 20.f40.000.
%alued at 1.974,052.000. These figure*
represent an increase of 649.000 in the
number and 11u4.522.000 in the value
,,f American horses linre Jan 1. 1908
It will be observed that, instead of be-
Ing exterminateded by self-propelled we-
hicle,. the horse is still In active busi-
ness anid on an increasing scale. A
curious fau't, d-rli ,d from othttr
.ourar -. i thatl ih Nf- York. ('hica'uK
.hd other (t *Ie-s here- altimoblhil .
.are ued mlia t extel.i.b the' hor'-.
l-jpo l.ilheli I. -cii n-tatillt l greislui
lh" bullettla alit j\* U> Utieiiacd (Cii
.lias liutha itnfa ll i'loll ia tit our 1a
inhaal s altl aAi falraa ailthMals Ii< g.*,
erul For t-iauple< there I lat.d J SLates on J uan I 1I4fI lo,',.i ,
IaUl< a valued at 417 70200>~,. Uar I.
(r liJ.&DQQ lu aggrega-te value durlg the

year. There were 1,730.00 0Itch
eows. valued at 7 45.0.. as i-
crease of I .W l number am d l&1.-
3.0 i otaWl value. The swime
numbered 14.14T.0. tSme n re
Ot pesetn a deeaWmse 0 1.I f03 is
number. The sheep gheed 110K.-
0M. vlmued at *SL .M2. s. e ileramme,
0e 1.413.0 Its n mber. but the a
value o the herds deereseed 61g.-
The value of the country farm al-
mals of an else an Jea. 1 eof this
year amounted to a total of $4US5J.-
on. ani tcrease of1 S11e4,1, sieto
Jis. 1. 1*M. s other weeds. i ee
uw-fooed amets e0 the Ammoers
people are worth emeu mner to wI
the intrest-bearIas de ot the Unted
States Government -mor m ter
times eOver. Itf to bets lobe theme that
preveke the Amerleas farmer to sg
111mptns ly a the she a ds=&
egues who whIme abet is bpo-

alboua is the ely ty in the

News. -

met. It is t a the gmol 4 f oWll

people bt the ame bssm IRW

and eu mfftaes. The G vam ent SO
people ble t the w ginto n W n
and for tha greater Wrea ta em
nits Itself tI the nameat othe ry
people who are beng Wb remthi-
Bream edyT men edemL to u

It is hoped that wGovo r aOMatitb
wil m some way ho

meeasre that will rece the heavy
SatO ta om. The S-tate tx is
SoutrageouTsly M ih. That peme
W enacted at the lastLEIII am

wery needy Confederate se r
OouM be takes care 01 by th State,
At under the p et law a per
widow Is taxed to furisa a pmnre ot
a perin who me d buy her t tena
tss.r We ary that thi I ma b
amd te lot the elaw se meOed a
as to tax the people hgr a peasor
fiad r e ly the n dy.--Ddad


TIM Pepler Vem Psple U Ied is
mortie at Waid.
Tuesday, Pekn ,1 th.oU e oage dmlO

how tlihem rem L Iwer mdle e b r
overthel. 3eaua dohendh Ma
Jeweled vead ever as J w ia thmeoi
of moe and weome as ever hem edrI
in Wal o.
The spadom eiereb was beantifuy
decorated wit moss, arewvltae sad
otler eveyrgrees rare lowers, diusng
delieste fragraece and meiy pI s
of tropIed variety helped to ink. te
sense one lnsg to be remembered, a
joy forever.
At 2:36 the seductive .trvo
of the pisao broke fort late the ieM
exquisite musie, bneasth the bewitch.

Gainesville. InstanOy Mlis Vutch 01

in the rear cme Mr. oily with the
arm of his lovely daughter liked tS
his. Miss Jolly was met at the altar

by the groom. Mr. Hawvard, atd Mr.
Vance Winter as beet man. Rev. T.
L Z. Barr. pastor of the M. 3 church.
Bouth. awaited them. and la the most
impressive manner performed the
beautiful marriage ceremony and de-
clared this moble man and charming
woman to be husband and wife. The
happy couple left on the afternoon
train for Jacksonville and places on
the East Coast.
The wedding presents ronesited of
many valuable and beautiful articles,
one sillerware. elegiint rhina ar 4
many pleees of cut labss.
Mr Harvard is one. of our nimot |oxi>
ular and I.r,.|-iwrous otiiK miguen. He
is uulvereally admired and esteeniord
1,v all fi r hIl, Krat worth ai.'
*,.,. plaary lif. IlI- l.-r1e1 Is oae Iof
the l'ee ll. '( dt' I a 11< t a l4 i t.1 1 g 1 1 oIUIKlig
ladill,- llih 1a Iatrg' i 1 0. of adnlItI |
iniK fri ,11!- a>"l luo e It er f,,r te-r Mir i i
Ifllit ih I ((xIMlit alaid tlhio.b n< l, i
Irait ., t a .r4ct, r l iir it fortunate poises or the loe-
Und teteemn of all

The way for businisa to rwvuu a i.t
fur it to resume

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T me b es w as laoer hat
A -t 8u to m o I*WWa at
Oln o ad a a pdoe a teuAr
imnoe* tahe slse easlesh.
A amdo &eft aWlaswe@ta atn
mf WOie We e reatmad t14

aMet W As wphoa pap l*-

mre i.Se att A a st ont eo JmJe
a U wIN e ac bthare bo he

them po e alt lahelml ae aheomtn
OiMs ate free mall delivery.
The G enmet equiteI sO th
demaskse al re s a iO.0m a year,
md It I eostmated Uh the resoepts at
labt a vedd wlliw those t Pole by

M r s Tar 1.or ripp cogh
a. doewPatd MOs. Rpotma ay bat
Ke W tels ihas tend ye ow package.
WMe to tabs e~et whe hiusueo-m
mJ. W. ond d Co.M His
law buinei lring beeu of the
om mtrdae Dally Btimeby the
ape two lads fro Is the rethlemiv-

e Orphaae Home situated near ean
vtU were la the city all of ye
terda olctg fub tlos for thate
brt never from the people and dFoley's
o ey mo Tar. oot awippe oogs
ml deepesaWd olda. Rafts@ any but
the genuie In the yellow package.
J. W. Me~olim & Co

Fr 1mUturdys [laily sun.
Mrs. A. V. Cherry and Miss Bessie
Ups. two ladles from the liethlebem
Orp huan Home situaWed near Means-
viiU, Ga.. were in the city all of yes-
terday soliciting subscriptions for that
inJaUti o. They met ulb a liberal
responseftram the people and desart-
ed Our otUhr poit.

Pokly's Homey and Tar clears the air
passages. tops the Irritation in the
threat, others the inlaimed imeu-
branee. and the m Jt obstiuate cough

wre heaweI
lowb *s

oSre and inaamued lungs
aFd W wtreugsed. and the
ad rom the systOm. Re-
i -einn in &M the el-I



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SOfices at Crawford & Davis' Ste
blee. Calls answered day or alght
Cattle and dogs all receive prompt at.



Graham SIuldlna, East Maln trat k
ISe Phee I61. Ales Log Diete


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Practice In

all Courts,

State and

Odhm ova sftemseow Baso"

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Suffering Ladies

are urged to follow the example of thounahd
their sisters ad OudL Cardul is a a
mineral, o=m-intoziating medicine for womeq
Is for sik w k ladin, with sik female orpm



N Wm Help You

Dtb wtieidldmk thatWb
up owg~ uos: ndrelievm f aule
31M A, Clao d Fakdole, W. Z
"D~. aking d4mII bsd gvn uplam
weD.'I had nfered ro3 yearswn &
andwvu m~ned to my b4so I took a
med ww Chrdul asabout -wi dmy female qv

Wtereasled Paortio Are Koeepln Plme
"lek. ItM Woek W illt ** *. B
memoe e the SutldMN.

imme fr the ereetim at amothe
tee pait he ganeslale have bees
elm td, adiw is mtrIteto4 that
wuia we -mmeme ot ae beIales
w a very bet an.
m o ewn4000S emubeh m sed
phat bat It is g esalay mderotad
the plant wi bea asis sme aow
w have a mpaeely of twety towe
at oe per day, wMb wfll give iaoee
vfe teree asees, with a tows0 i
p-dly at oseaty 0e at o ee dely.
Th lest m at the Mew plit wo
be ar the istermeee at the tw"
tSa a t a s thosat 4t West maen
t where the hoterr of the oN
aiesv e me ompar was formerly
Very vw at the l em tameam-
pels the mew eompam f are tkew,
b It S haewM that elmt eap tal
is rested h the plt to extend
the g- pM ardger ot oeeseavrr. an
ey vIlaf et p uase the Sald
here, bawt iw rea is all nme-
dlre at the e 9ate 0edfr eea.
The aew pla~t w1 be oIe pam-
tou for sei a o the D senses tohe
*iks ianr.
Amuinms pmoyUTs.

ob hr to the Awd at Priame wr E.
e, soa L.
RATON ROU La. Feb. 1.-A
vlrs pate t has ge up from the
ImWsWAlen diviol of the United
naughtere at the G-F-derat- against
the award or $1, a prim offered by
the o nlSm ad the t 1Dughteors or
th b ot e a adeaang with the life of
Robert a l A, to MIM Christiae Day-
awe, aieat at dlubla University.
The ees t of the winning eary
was Rebot Law-A Preeat Day
..nma. The laa lm Dama
elhm a"itt ft bem is n opre
amatime and rdeaknom on th
B ua. Mim nBaam t fm Minme
Th Judse at the somteat weo Dr.
K A. Alerdm president ah e Umi.
aiL t m. f.rmerly o t h
state nversatnay. d a" FDr le .Iof
New York, Univesity.
A eemintee was aimed to lavest-
gate m bring the matter beltoe the
eoers o the manal ergnestlm

Boato are awrdlag much sport for
werme In TampoT hab. Though
these f are not edible they am
smuog ti gUmest of the may tribe
whichIhami the Gulf.


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*f By A. W. BLAIR
---Florida Arioultural Experiment Station--'-.*

S It quite breestaty happens that erop fares are due to o fau
eoaditilos rather thama o a dlelclesy of plant food In the smolt, ad th
to at o rase eogalse eoeditions and correct them will save Ithe
many ella
Ammg meh infeverabl e editions the following may be me0tbgs
(1) Hardpaa; (2) the presemee of Ire salt; (3) excess of wat
lack of water; (1) the prismee 1 acds lan the soil.
By hardpan is meant a mire or lee hardened layer at some
the sabmll It may be esparatlvely aear the surface, or It may bet1
let down. Hardpna obltructs the free growth of the roots d. m
their earch for food and water, ad It may also prevent the free ag
oft the water downward, thms eaint the soUl to become water-hi-- M
I rainy period; or t my revet the free movement of the ea iOn
apwerd to the plant rots durtag a dry eano. Hardpaa may be
slaman. w Imra Mean s (bmbeiaring). The e"mentung material P
seseNS asr the s@reIe and lSor through Into the subsoil. s0 4
particaer level, where the Oi1 may be naturally cloeresAned. A
lerials are eposited year after year to a layer which gradesa
thker asad harder. If the plates or trees begit to show signs td
mmi~atoa ofal the Msbeol should be made--ot stopping at
I e a If hardpn Im loud it must be broen up, either by deIp
by dlslas, or as a last resort by the use of dynamite. The
air to this hard layer aad the re -etabild- t of water circlatis
to softe the hardpan.
I *oetim8 aa art al hardpWn, or "ploweole," Is formed wim
always plowed to the ame depth. This could be avoided by
plowlai deeper. .
Iron Is often found i quantity in the soil as an oxide, or
In these forms it dos buet Ulittle If any harm. Their presses
reognised by the yellowish to reddish hues which they give to I
On the other hand Ira0 pyrites and salts of Iron such as ferroWN -
and ferrous carbonate are poisonous to plants. Some of these polMA
salts ive to the soil a bluish or greenish color which is characteritft
condition may be remedied to a certain degree by thoroughly sttf-
soil. so that the air may circulate through It more freely. Thib
oxidise the poisonous compounds and make them harmless. W'h0
salts are present in considerable quantity, it 1i possible for them ts
biae with the phosphoric acid of the soil and hold it in a form thill
readily available to plants. The free use of lime or Mntll ground MI-
together with thorough aeration will usually prove effectt' where '-
iron compounds are present.
It is well known that plants do poorly In a water logged all
such conditions the air cannot circulate freely, the beneficial bacte'b
develop, and acid toeds to accumulate. The remedy is to drals UlM
thus getting rid of the surplus water, and then to plow deeply ist
the air may circulate freely and oxidize any poisonous sub4tance"s
have been formed.
A lack of water can often be remedied, at least liartly. bi more M
and thorough cultivation, thus preventing exces.silt evaorattion I
surface The incorporation of humus or humus-formunig liiut,.rtars
soil will enable it to bold more of the water that falls ul(pon It This
done by growing cover crops such as beggarseed, ,.eltt 'allnO at
and by leaving In the soil not buruing-the reumai.. of i lait*
Organic acids are formed by the gradual decay of ,,orica.I" 1atIr
soil. If there I. a deBflciuy of llu.e th..e. acid. ill1 ac. u.Iulat--
cause trouble. When such achli ai. pr.r.t' In u Uild., ral.l. r q u.
IntlIrf re with the development of the litrif)ing hua .,. a ltJ
the suptily of as.ailable eitrate, fur rp roruduction,, "I ,, '
be remeulled by) a liberal applitatjlo of Hlln. or I fla,.lrr : 1 "' ..1
further tr..atmue.t of .eld soilss"e li lh.. i.%, h ih all I, '

Send your orders for Job iitii to





MIdm d* Rev. L L Folk 1b Speech at


OHAM. Ala. Feb 2 -The
jeALgu*.' convention owned
nilht with superlntend-
goie leagues and prominent
pjsut from all parts of the
,As address of welcome wa"
by Gov I. Hi. Comer. who
hs retire sympathy with
t. Rev. E. PL Folk. of
B league. reaponded for
sad alluded In fervent
So the recent fght in his

I ll deep feeling that I re-
Aq yus. Governor Comer." he
who are so well-kowu to
athy with the ause. In
we got probitiom in spite
s ad I thak God that
Iws not placed Ina so trying

to give credit to the man
mere than any other for the
te S outh-the lamented, the
W1- true. the brave E. W. Car-
SThy killed him to get rid of
Ste forgot that out of mar.
Q gw seed of the church. The
l e Lgislature carried out
which he lived sad died.
r Cowetry in 25 Years.
L9 whole South will be probibi-
aWir within ve year and

the entire nlui, in two nty -tie years
It will not 1w manr )ear%, until we will
an uwom think of returning to slaiser
as to the ol-n salmon "
F(or".ir G(;o ,.*rt:r i Mt (''min ':;.
f '.'a' na a -aid rihihitlhtimo I
t' orerat*t IIIs Iun th*. nation todla
-greater than tariffs. truts, railroad
regulation or any of the other qes-
tions confronting the people for sole-
Dry Sign fur Wet Virginia.
CHARLEBTON. W. Va., Feb. 2.-
The prohibition amendment to the
State constitution, probibitUai the
maaufactare and sale of Iqto"reats
within the State. passed the Home
of Delegates yesterday by a vote of
62 to 13. Eleven members were ab-
The measure will go at once to the
Senate, where its fate is in doubt
Eleven Senators can kill the amend-
ment and nine are openly opposed to
it. while two are said to be in doubt.
Itf passed by the Senate the amend-
meat will not become effective until
ratified by popular vote
There is little doubt, however, of Its
adoption. If submitted to popular
vote, as already two-thirds of the
counties are without saloons.



hdm d ru Iitd States qSue CAt b Cue
d Wdil'hperCo.

.BN. D. C.. Feb. 2.-The
I the Continental Wallpaper
Mt LouIS Voght aad
df Cinemnul. was yesterday de-
t the Supreme Court of the
States laVoight's favor. The
MW brought by the company on
t of $67.MS. the payment of
was resisted on the ground-
the paper company is a trust. In
the decision bolds that an ad.
trut organized contrary to
S. a-a ant -trust law cannot
W the court to collect debts.
mu rpreseated that Volght had
'48 ovMer 12.S00 worth of paper.
4WhMe be had paid 50 per cent
Sithan hbe would have had to pay
1 b had bee competition. It was
I ot taut that Continental Con-
MW bad been organslaed to conduct
IM eliness of the various wall paper
1kmirs of the United States and
- Veight as a Jobber In Its products
AI beea compelled to sign a strict
'lMeat on the threat that If he
AM aMt do so. no paper would be sold
6 Bi and that it would be made
600r8 for him to continue In
Is a demurrer the company admit-

ted that it was a trust and still con-
tended that it could properly collect
debts due It. On this showing the
company's petition was dismissed by
the tate court and Its decision was
armed by the United States Circuit
Court of Appeals for the sixth circuit.
Yesterday's opinloa was by Justice
Harlan. and sustained the decision of
the lower courts. Justices Brewer.
White. Peckham and Holmes dis-
Justice Harlan's opinion was of coan-
siderable length and dealt ln detail
with the various phases of the case.
It was based on the third defense of
Voight. that the company is part of a
trust. He started out with the propo.
sltiokm that the Continental company
is within the prohibitions of the Sher-
mau act which he said is clear from
the facts set forth nl its defense. He.
then went on to show that this cor-
poration is the representative of a
combination which would have the
effect not only of restraining, but of
monopolizing the sale and manufac-
ture of paper

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lady friend win the fine piano.

hit Gets 20 Years For

Enslaving White Girl

CHICAGO. Febb 2 -A pitiful stor)
4fa beautiful girl hmatbhed from the,
S-et** of Park and lured to the I'ni'
ed States yetstrday rersulteld iII thle
mvtctl4ou of Iueury LAilr charged b)
te Goverueunt with promotiug the.
"White slaue" traffe, lu this country)
l*r was ae*-ntiice.d by Judge- Lanudl-
to Irve twenty years iu tib.- G ~e-rn
OWN prioum at MLeae.iworthb Kai
Iat to pay it ',O) fin,.
Tl b nit ta o i, bt- trir.-l i. hiat
49 Lcie h Arailli. l.dii uiai.F.-d
wi0. Wb1 Win liudil'te-4 1 ihtl hulil oil
*arge. uof li|Mprtiing 'Fre.niih Ksil: t-
"G couu lu tiluLaiuu of the. imal

aIWO Pvuroy. 19 years old. was the
d wl ta&e* for the Ouvernmeut

~~h.-i II urs olid. iOw.-said, Palit use-i
Im. lt r iii roflu( #-tifhe-r to Iu~uio
I'aam tit aj% it tht.* ove-raiaa' t-w rtsmit
ait Atlanta 1.1 IIa A)lt 55*1uct-d h4.r to
conite ti Amurio-A usd i~reught ber tit
Ch it -a' .v' mhe-re- tich e-1f* II ittc Ihte isa id N
lot I-sir v ht a mI. su-t.rom Si SgaFrawiesie I,
i, r, of 1, j.iax tifand Owt ^tb
.Ila e 1 -- 4 I l of. s i h ~ r I
.1itu Jr IA I f. o& u ,' t fil- t i a Ki r I in
it allr %% Ila, A *t Ii .& A sa ilai. kne.ou it am

,lA I. a JU N iI) (u x ie i udi, fi -d t t f ) r %% b te
%hrel they Ilce ric tuett-~i) conakif ted
iua Frvuch a Curt

at"yNhra rqes, Aa W a
D~s- edes k AiL

NASHVILLE. Tenn.. Feb. 4.-Gov.
M. R. Patterson yesterday sent the
State Senate a message vetoing the
bill prohibiting the manufacture of
intoxicants ain Tennessee after Jan-
uary 1. 1910. The message la part
"If this Legislature shall destroy
all the distilleries and breweries, why
cannot the next forbid the raislang or
selling of the grains or cultilvatiom
of the grape out of which spirituous.
malt or vinous liquors are made?
"Shall this or some future Ltisla-
ture prevent the farmer from raising
or selling tobacco or the manufactur-
er from placing it on the market?
"If we are thus started where shall
we end? It is better not to make the
"la the exercise of my constitution-
al powers as Governor. I veto this
measure and aqk its recoa-deat-oa:
"'First, because it ruthlesly da-
prives the State of revenue without
any sort of oeamrpoadlag beset.
"S*coud. It discriminate against

our own people IN favor of the people
of other States.
"Third. It destroys the property of
the eltisen without compeatimlon
"Fourth. it makes a dageruus par
cedent. humiliates Teeease and
lowers the place of dignity sh8e has
occupied as me of the pruadest am
most conservative States of the .
-Fifth. It violates the wil of the
people twice expressed at the ba<
box. ofemds agalast their seae of
justice and under the pla of eivie
righteousness sacrifices a reat mral
principle of Goverammt at the vry
altar where it should be guarded aad
The prohibition bill was passed by
the Seaate over the GoveOras vt
yesterday afteroom by a vOWe f M
to 12. The message wit reach the
House today.

Let a want a 6SgeO S Wada
hr yean- S embg pm dea mId
har something eU df

New eftao-m ofr the =eelm elnmiln a p I Iht of
Nnt, Feme sad Tiem tn varieties. Shnatu, kern,
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3ood Pois. This claim is not based -a th e t s-ti t of a lew e- of
the dbe, here and there, bt its succem eta ovr aa iod eof mn
ts orty years during which time tho de *upon tshoums haTe bmod a
aM by those ofthisis-Mt etablegftedy. & & 8. a tofall,m
hatdy paret blood prifier. abe to go dow lto the blood and 'moveeWry
article of the virus of Contagious Blood Poiow. It eleams a.d the
cireulatiom, sad la this way removes the cause of the trouble. am ste,
mist ed by a rich, bealthy blood supply, quickly resiovai nd mems the
system, while the my .ptc..s of uerated mouth sad thont, skit euptios.
discolored splotchbes, falling hair. sores and uakcers, etc.. dmppr. leaving
the body entirely free from the efers of this insidious poison. Whb & &
has thoroughly cleansed and purified the cirrelatioum theme is so danger of
say fnture t tbreak-the blood Is pure ad the caus of the dima etimly
removed. me Tretment Book omiBtkg my vuuable mu d hepfdv
.cgprestik, for thr-- w- o crctria themselves witn S. S. ., and any -mdical
advice desired scat free to all who write.
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Private Stock Corn
4 Wul QCuarts. sorted......................
SPull Qurts.............................
18 PFull Quarts ............................... d
This whlkey has so *qul ar sAMtiy, t.
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Glendale Malt
4 Full Quarts ..............................
a Full Quarts .............................. LIS
i8 Full QUart ..................... ....... L
It 1t pure, mature and meUow.

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TIM Whiskey that Mad i s Fau.ou
4 Full Quarts ............................ 3M
S Full Quarts ............................ .00
12 Full Quarts ............................. 00
Is the highe-t rlais pure medicinal whiskey on the
market at SOc a quart.

Mudeb's F.i.8
Race King Rye
We ill s*ed Jso Ex press raM
4 Full Quarts ............................. $ 400
I Full Quarts ......................... 7.75
t12 Full Quarts .. .. 1140
It is superior tin very way to hundreds of brauds
of ye that you will be asked to pay 11 50
a quart for.

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61 N"appened and What ls* Go1
a ieappe -Pe**l and
-"hoente of the City.


Nerth Oalnesvlle.
S r. oaet of the substantial
w of LaCrosse. was amoug the
ii tol the city y) --t'r(d:.-y
.. Cellos of Hague returned to
yesterday. having completed
a a wltune at the court

SA. .leloMh is having the bauld-
e" ecupled by the bottling
S-rdelled prmeartory to
irestanrat bustess being
up there.
S M MCeDoIel left yesterday
where she will be the
dl Mirss va Bryant for some
f will als o vist the State
g TY mpabefore her return to

rtokes of Micanopy was in

W. C. eville of Arredondo was
tM e ahopenr visittag the city

Waits and Tom Hammond,
plg l men of Hawthorn, were
at the city yesterday.
J. L. Thrasher and Rev. A.
alh of Micanopy. were
I* the cit yesterday.
,hil a~ tis guaranteed to
dYte kr, old a d larippe.
Ms. ol by W. M. Johnsom.
L Chamberlin of Tacoma Is
tle visitors to the city. He is
maevTe trucker of his section.
NoM e of Pairbanks was a
It the city yesterday. having
hr the purpose of paying his

St evous of High Springs ad
A. C. L. watch laspector.
his friends In the city

C8 Mape of Alachus was a vim-
M-aiersle yesterday. He form-
Md at gueao, but has recently
at Alchns.
Dttom Bank have a change of
t la this lssue of The
1 which they invite you to be
lidarrtd with that bank.
Howel of Newberry. one of
bhdag business men of that
Wa i the city yesterday look-
M lr some business matters.
D. C. Warner and children left
for Orulado. where they will
the aMet few days visiting
is that part of the State.
D. Irwn. the merchant and con-
lt Pairbanks, was greeting his
i the city yesterday and look-
lAir ame business matter.
SJ. Itverr of High Springs was
e *ty yesterday and made a
all at this office, renewing
Urliptlo for another year.
S. ltelton. wife and daughter.
SL. who have been visiting In
MOy for the past few days. re-
i their hoase at lake Cit) yet*-

L ThiplIn of Waldo was in the
iPsteday. He states that the
of everything in that sectiou
dry and the farmers want
A Vau Taylor of Rocky Point war
to t he city yesterday She
alu ti of the most ex-
truck farmiu il there HoLk)

J Li. IOsbulc.-rger of Tacoma is a
s the c IU tell Ihb allaHUlt Of lioita1K*m to
b-5e ,'r.,p jut at this lir ,..

Smc arbda we will put you oa
with which you can turn
g u with envy by catbh-
aprdm of tbh s in reamnu wh.ret
L diu ustod trying to
o*nM taahoaeid way. It's sonic-
*w aid cheap. It ratches at .'i
il01t'lthl.,i 1 no tk h r t '.'klc v.ii
^*ttckk-t~mto lu, ,. it 11' uuhi< I.ri..
^^-rate. Ir'; r4+t,.t r(. tl.,(,L .
11 .' .. r t. ,'.. ; e.

mNO ci.. =ia&

but should a good warm rein e me
on the vegetable It would help It
a great deal
If anyo-'i knows of the %hereabouts
of Mr and Mrr. F Rush th.-Y will
conf, r a favor updns an old asn by
VerresiPmding with A. J. Copeland.
Trenton. Fla
The Galnest ille Hardware Company
announce the arrival of a new stock
of rmrden wd elsewhere In this Is-
sue They are guaranteed to "corre
up" *RHead the ad
J. I. Origin of Jonesvllle was among
the visitors to the city )eterday. He
is one of the prominent farmers of
that section and besides conduct a
merrantile business there.
H. P. Langley of New Hampshire
arrived in the city yc.'terdav and will
;wnd oi-eu tin. in thl0 -e'tton. II
;'+rmerly lived here and still re;alu'-
valuable real estate in Gainesville.
B. Heddermon of New Haven.
Conn.. Is among the late arrivals visit-
ing the city. He is well pleased with
this section ad will remain here for
a short while sad vslt Ie country
around here.
Mrs. G. W. Emery of Seatord. Del..
has arrived aIn the city sand will speed
several weeks here as the guest of
her brother. L. EL Cannon. Sb has
a large number of acquaintances here

who are always glad to welcome her.
Note the chaage in the advertisement
of the First National Bank of Alachua.
% which appears In this Issue. They
have recently added the Burdick cash
register to their savings department
and ask that you call and let them ex-
plain It to you.
Elsewhere appears an advertisement
of the Alachua County Abstract Com-
pany, which is the oldest established
concern of its kind In the county.
They have recently elected new of
Scers,. and they solicit a share of the
public patronage.
Miss Mary Howard of Boston. who
has been the guest of Mr. J. 0.
Nichols, on East Alachus avenue, for
the past few weeks, departed yester-
day for her home. She is delighted
with the climate of Florida and was
well pleased with what she saw of
this city.

As will be observed by his an-
nouncement In this Isae. Chas. C.
Warren is a candidate for city marsh-
il. Mr. Warren was for some time a
member of the police force, and be
made a faithful and efficient preserver
of the public peace. He to In every
nray quallfed for the position he
weeks. aad would ma a farleo.
faithful and efficient city marshal.

John Holly of Arredondo was In
Gainesville yesterday.
D. L. Wlliams of Jomville was
transacting usines In the city yster-
S. R. Harville. one of the best citi-
seas of Alachua. was a welcome call-
er at The Sun office yesterday.
Attention is directed to the change
In the advertisement of C. H. Coles
& Son. which appears In today's Sun.
T. H. Cato. the farmer of Alachua.
after a short stay in this city on buasl-
neos. returned to his home yesterday.
Miss Dollie Rowell. an attractive
young lady who is teaching the Para-
dise school, was among the shoppers
visiting the city yesterday.
F. A. Roux and wife of Florak City.
who came here on the sad mission of
burying their little son. Elmo. return-
ed to their howe yesterday.
Miss Edith Shawl of Alachua ar
rived in the city yesterday and %ill
siMend a ehort while here as the guest
of her oplpter. Mrs. W T Gill.
ev. K. K (Grlffiths and wife of
Alachua ere visitors to the cit% Hait
urday. Mrs. Grifiths In one of thel
asslslant itn the Alachua ls Ih Schlol
H. A \Villiam. t of Waid'ul ,.- oitf ii.
old tim lllt Imer( hatllla an ll uI u rpl- n N ii
of that |l!t<'. %abM i c.tlilig lilh IIhinI r
ouR ;e',ivlatllltlI ii tl> etit ,. -th.r
J T latrri, uaId L.i. (; ltIi .- cfI
I[at'ro-,s ,r,.- In1 UVII l c "t. rdl. a' l
miade ai pjlc.aaint call iat ti o141f*
Thi reI I k' i i a mIc- r. aln ii > lt "it -etI
tion I.tuIi Fii.t. iiia 1r4inig
HI |',l'r lbur(( ealil & ?Nc
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Mrs. R. Wilson announces nla her
space today that shea still thas many
rare bargains which she is eserlag
at her old stand to clean up and make
room for the new spring goods whisk
are now arriving.
S B. Peeler has opened a mnw store
in South Galnville, where he wlU
In the tuor be hand. He ha a hll
stock of famer groeeIlea, sad ham
a good lomtloan will rmh a class of
trade that will p rom Iaw
D. M. Zetroer of Re selle was here
Saturday. He is .e ef the mousse
ful planters is that action and s also
engaged la the r daiag of See catUtl
having recently stoked up his hard
with som registered salmals.
Rev. A. B. Welch, supervisor of the
colored school at emanlagm n. known
as Grees scol number 30. made a
buelnaes call to this oaeoe Saturday.
He reports his school to nte condi-
tion. more than ninety studeIts being
W. F. Barry sad A. B. Clarke of
Alachua were welcome visitors to The

Sun office Saturday. The former r
mnwed his subscripdtu. while the lat-
ter had his name added to the s b-
scription list of Alachua county's lead-
lng newspaper.
Some of the Gainesville boys had
better look out. The piano contest It
demonstrating that some of the young
lady contestants who reside In this
districts. as shown by the number of
letters encloslug coupons to The Sun
At Auction-Hoffman, th thorough
lored (German Coach Stallion. will be
iold at auction, to the highest bidder
on Saturday February 20. 1MIX. at II
occlk., In front of Crawford & Iavln'
tables A rare chance to get a flue
h.,'r. ch 'e*j Ik nla ( forget Ithe date
;atd tllllt "-
W. Z Cbaippel aud wife arrited lu
the city )tsterda) from their bauem
at Hasting iand Illi spend a abort
abile here nlaitllng the furuaer. broth.
er. ho las in i.ast t'Iha|i|'il hla.p :.l, rtceIiil) married
.aid his host uf friends thwr r*,t.'iadl
ti a h1in thil-r I~'rt A lrhibar,
l)r A K Clintt. v-termaiu) surgeon,

~ ~ ~ ~ ~ hp uF ,cii. I' i saceje-tio-d uoce~s at tras ford&
I~r Ie2. i eo~. e~ii,. ~clta ln- iastables aand sohictil.a bshare- of
Ie-lit s L c.. i, icc c! idAlc Iio .Ole' public business lie. In a graduate
ie-re usa -z i it.'te relsbiv il 1O1J of thebt.LUanaas I&ta-rinary College- and
t ha t A',& t Ii I-. 'I. III ci. ] is Lere Lto practlice his jroofc-,-iuaa
*.l. ,. I I cC all& ausmured day or night i1cprbv
Mrs 14u-l'.. 't.r of S11t4 a..j' st. adentstry, cattle, aud dogs all roccive
a vis tor thwtkt vit) )eVateCII'i). A gueSt P5Wo W ae'atUCO
uf lire. HH If M-rear Sb*ama.vun The .e.alow o Gemas Comah

Ham Compaay had thi r uehr IS
noul meetlug yesterday and deadte
for rems st-hew 0 themselves
to sell at auetln tihe e W m--
HofmauL a mnotee of whlet appear
ohewhbre. This will be a bealld
ISIs. so by-bidla. ad th e highest
bidder g thto "s stei.

"Wte s f *ApstuMe foe rpaial

Notice i bereby give that apple
UM. will e made to the Legslatre
ao Florida at the regular eleo to
coUevTe at Ta lahame on April 0th.
A. D. 1969. tor the eactmet of a
law prohbltlang the sale of Sea saad
or upland eottou t the seed is the
county at Msacha during the muth s
of August, lptlember, October. No-
vember~ ad December of each ad
every year. Ths February 6, 10.

"am Isegha Mere Property.
J. L Medlia. who is interested Is
a large earm at Hague. ,omprldsg
about .MO acres, hMe purchased aUl
more land adjoieaag this farm. hat-
arday he purchased from J. H. Stan-
ky of Hage 100 acres of valuable
farm lands. and now has possibly the
largest farmU the State.

Examintless to So Hel.
Three positions are opes la the
customs house at Cedar Key which pay
a salary of $W per moath as deputy
officer. clerk and day laspector The
etaminatIons will be held March 3rd,
and further information can be obtain-
ed by addressin A. W. largest see-
retary. Ualanesallet

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