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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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )


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

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University of Florida
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TIN UAr IN.UL tUI: MARCH 1, 1909


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4sss ]umdATISM
~ -low w Rinm s m"mi ye a i a ir umIs slmd h

jwm m" t to .anw ehpbm Ti ri d es nh4a ol BErrktafted
~ mid.. ad the bleed, ml are athlm canoe mou b la te =W
toam _IOM aniU04a"the hly, miunfly w fItaof the usOw We t

Se uric ad~~d ml div~ft t"a lOWd 3sadt lmy

%hftt -w'3mgs Ian& h-Rhoein aml
~w minwaid" adsemi" I an to.3who w-rs


In Whieb a Reelagt ef
Oenmty WIN be Awrfdgi a
movire Plane, sad 1o
and at WMSM9 Paniaed
'easea@vse of The U. eIe
Moiaa,. t"e Cntet toibe
T1SI GUN Inftk rsalt ofm
Owe $M@.Howaa Plee
give to the prom resmdig i
ICon Wty ad Alaneb whlemmea
hihe t umber of votes betwes
amber 15th, isn, and 10 p. m
a" Is P.

am lMwe somen dion m3

-M- am eguleo' at"

?--"~ 1_B, m h bRt CUS.

'M -- CHICAGO, Feb. N.-From Judge load a oar lot, ora gallon. He Mw
i 6 t 0 t0 AN&ow MNWartm LadaW et m of MM to a possible so reass why. if a train load or a
MI Ii 8 m r OClePurar. am uma m e te 9M. itosaftar cry, ear lot were regarded as a separate
m ameb sme bmib m orese tha t l admitn d to be the mea- offense. tht matter might not be furth
wJar 9Mmal. e18 aO a rang made by Judge Ander- r divided. making a hundredweight
SIn the retrial a the Btandaud Oil the nit. or a galloa, greatly tacreas
EMw. a IL *i0 ed i fV ws ampn a of ladias for alleged re- lg the number of offenses ad magnil-
-ll e atd So f r 6ha b MM @ atg-- --a yesterday. The rllng was nla- tytaing the pInishment. Th division
. i Mr 1o at tSoe meet- fatal and made Or the purpOse of of alleged offenses, be said seemed to
Ii5 b iM 16 Agusml, t****md g the hearln and although fala naturally into thlrty4lx parts, or
the .~et..the t has the privilege of counts, each marked off by a money
N peeoitong- fu rther arguments, It s settlement. It was to thee settle-
?. a'" d J.u prctl.eal y esrtam that there will be ments that rebates, If any. were made
Mme chage n the ralng when it is and received.
SbM a formally tered. Mr. Wilkeson argued that the afne
I a The 4c as a n of the court of appeals wMehich w d possible under the
006I Ie e G Iwhick wred Judge Landis eUd-l court's ralg would serve merely as
Std the iew of that Jurist that each a Means to a grnat cra atlion. On
N O eoe Melps wil e an carload of ol en which a rebate wa this pfolt Judge Anderoa said, in-
I H SAe sltm dea Laseem sa accepted constit eed a separate of *efet:
to be eM l t A. Al usee tes fae. Thene won 142 of these ear "That is a consideration which has
8 a Aipt ed L Ogeat lots the freight shares for which no weight with me whatever. I amB
iSe, beIhgI ase r the wre paid ia thirty41x dileret set not come med with their Interpreta-
Sl- tig nts. dge Aaderson Interpreted tUon and application. If the view that
the decline of the appellate court. I have taken has the effect that has
Is 4 WNiWl0a fit whcIh he b isa e" rved as his gulde, to been stated that is a matter for the
l e_ ( miI a a mp* bi o we aplN y that these alleged rebate as- Iaw-maUer to eousider. It their laws
Sa s ed ater sc of the thirty-dx et- are oadeqaate, let them supply a
e Gposm*i pIurI ld e ments constitute the o alt of of- readyy'
S an es "g&seOrnrsd .ae
a" aIn*A&pV~ to ase tha Judge Andee's rling was* a se- 0"01% Commea t
0 n1" hel B i a Wmn w ew h to United* States District WASHINOTON, Feb. .&--"Well.
S n Af'y Sm and his associates in that's one way of construina the law.-
thm pse I a tlan. He and his assist- was the only comment Attorney-Gen-
W WITH LAC Y. Iat, J L. Wilkerson., had argued eral Boaparte would make when in-
that each ehlpmet, of which there formed yesterday of District Judge
NO-T WNal A Out r M1lW were NO. making possible a maximum Anderson a expressed lutention to rule
Papuam i O0"ei ne of $10.000.000, constituted an of- that the unit of offenses In the Bland.
ko o-oogohM aM: tense. Thai view Judge Andersona de- ard Oil rebating cases now up for
shM BM. ihe yeaoung elect- dared he could not understand. He trial in Chicago would be the actual
ad to rwe as unstable In district saM that It had not been made plain setttlement of freight charges between
MU T. kha loaded in trouble, being what comprised a shipment-a train the parties concerned.
,tI@ efta scharge of laremy, this

Sssaos Boy Accuses His Uncle
dA W i in lmaght byo am a tthe ae
peas he esMntlI arrested, whom it
Ssetookthe sum t $30from of a Wholes e Murder
I aftlrwaFd Omy returned i a d
I of t iw. --DECATlt'R. Ala. Feb. 26,-"I'ncle father and sister %hat him un-cl had"

In addition to the Piano -
be Ived by The Bush I
ae Ce., ea a new 1400 Howard
eighteen Trasferable Due Ef
to be used as a Arst or idlN
Im t en a new Howard Plan I
de bills wil be given In this
eonteat as foiows. to persons
in Alaeoa County:
To the art ds receiving the
t hheet voe, a duehao l IN
@or $M ".
To t second six receieving
highest vote, a duo bill fors
To th next iIx reeelvn fh i
Vote. a due bmil fotr
These de bflts mh y abe uMad
wMi n or can be disposed sle
ie for a y value they may
and will be worth their Iesa
upon tho puocha of one of thm
In te event of ar Ue for Sa
offered, a prise similar tn all
thereto will be given each of
NoHew d Where to Get V-M
The following merchants Wl
one vote for every cent paid
establishments for goods wl Id
The Gainesville Hardware I
Phifer Bros.
Hyde & Teach.
Where Vetes May be CaL
Ballot boxes will be found In -
tablishments of the merchant
votes and at The Sun oMe.
sent by mall mutt be directed Or
Voting Contest Department dI
u1. Osalneville. Florida.
Rules id Regulatlesft
1 The contest Is open to l
living i Alachua county who Is
by the conductors of the e'a
vouched for by some reputable
to them well known.
No employee, attached or
tive of the proprietors of the
&*n irims are eligible to
In thi contest and willU pi
so manner.
3. In the event of a misua-
Ing between candidates or ot
teted in this contest, such
versy may be referred to thi
ducton of contest. who aloe
persons qualified to render
4. In the event a candidate
to withdraw from the race. ad901
date will not be allowed to I
votes to the credit of another 1
date In the contest.
8ubcrlbers. Su
11.25 ....... 400 votes NO
$2.&0 ....... 1,000 votes iJi
$5.00 ........ 3.00 votes* 3.51
For a club of file (old su
one-year subscription before
1909) 23,000 votes.
For a club of f e (new su
one-year subscil!ptloins (befMo
1, 1909) 30.000 votes.
For club of ten (old subscrb
months' subterittlous (before

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Thms wed ae ure
= o up, so don't
anyrhk and Buy
bud (rum US,


T- I~w so M i lp a:c
The harig in the rape cas which
has ocepled the attention of Judge
Mess tor two days was coeluded
PFrda afteroM an&d the dge placed
the oeads of the parties, the two Mar-
ti boys and Powers. at (1.0 each
hir their appearance at the sprnW
term of oart.
Ovr twenty-two witnesses were
NmIoaSd la the case, but only a part
f this number were examined, as the
State and defense closed with wit-
-sme to spare.

Ceeere8ne eon Marsh 10th.
As a result of tip visit of several
keatal truck grower, to Jackso-
ville the latertate C commerce Ctutu
mission have decided to have a further
hertaig e this subject in Wabshingto
oa Marck 10th. The attorneys retre
seatMia the interests of the gruower
wll visit the city then

Mieey's Hoey and Tar cures couihs
quickly. strcgthens the lungs *ad ex
pI alds. Get the geaeli in a yel-
w JW. W. eCo Aft C&o.
AA M-.- a- Ar Im

Dlob Clements told me that he killed
the Edmondons. and had put them In
the house and would set fire to the.
bouse that night, and burn them up
and he gave me 20 ceuts not to tell."
This was the uncontradleted evi
dence of Gilbert Luker. 13 years old.
aon of a sister of Bob Clements. the-
man who is now on trial here charged
with the killing of a whole family.
"Uncle Bob told me." continued the
boy. "the whole Edmondson family
got after him. and he had to kill them
or they would kill him and then bli
children would starve to death."
The boy said h told his miothe r

said. Rufuti loukes, father of the boyv1909) 25,000 votes.
was pla'.d on the stand and te-id For a club of t.u inew Su
to h.,1..d.Nteu. nasix-months' subs riptiuui (LtolO
to the :a... fii't 1. 1909) 30,000 votes.
Other witnesses examined testified There is no limit to the a1
to binug at the ruins after the barn clubs each contestant may
was burned, and to finding parts of THE SEMI-WEEKLY &UN
bodies and human bones several days $1 ..........................
afterward. Fcr a club of five ones) ar
Tsobc riptions......
drm Edna oudon his wfe, two There Is no limit to the t
dre.n and mother were nmurd.rt.d at clubs each contestant may
Woudlain Mills. Morgan count), on I elklting votes by candle
Novemt.r 24. and their bodies e.r-e friends within the stores d
burnimd Ui a rn ner ..... vote Is undesired by the

-.4 = wwou ut-arte aouuUndaon
honwm the following niht

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a&la g f Meperimn it
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ftaso =Avg M12I have
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6 qb lbLI eamy
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soft a I an a me p frems ON
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w 4I GAA1S m ym6 t a

Ow to he d 3e City o h

-so poh -a r ott r yeer1 I .re
We= W" sw was3In.

ALs. I. DE h

To1 Vae d th me ciof reo

SI wa pratetd from ruann for thia
e Odabt year accouTas Assessor for.
ger hOwk years. I an fully pre-
pWted oa M Oe, a mmy record
w maw, tm e cityaseamemnt hay.
WS nblaened ina that dma from
A iAV OW lw00 tooov e1.00.000.

W ow rmpeoteaully solicit youK
vetes. W M BRADIORD.

mmss~dt.b.p pod
is hr one yew. Niek&!
k" sad Gus Met ammSS



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To the Voters of Ualaevilll:
I hereby annmouce that I am a can-
dMNate tor rveloctlos to the olfke of
City Ta Assessor for the year Ilot.
ina the elecMi to be held on April the
Ilth. ad most earneatly request you
al to give me your vote and support
for the pestiou.
Thbaskig you for your past endours
a, I r-sia. Yours very truly.

imple Remedy for Larappe.

elg- ILarinpp eo uag are danSeruu. as
All they freuemUy develop tato puaumou
l t Ia. 'Foeys Homey sad Tar not only
opU the oough but heasi and strength
mem the luao s so that wo serious re
uits aoeed be feared. The genutne
SrPt1r's MImay aOd Tar cotalins so
aLml bum anw d to a yellow pack-
ag. BefsiNm J. W. eK

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mvrr usmy wAS


Nor* Was Wanted er Carryin C..
soiled Weapons and Would Net
ubmt to Arreet.

Deputy Sherif Wynne of Levy coun-
ty killed a negra on Thiuraday a hu
had resisted arrest and comment ce d
shooting at the officer.
The deputy had learned that the
negro was carryitig a platol and went
to the wood camp for the purpose of
arresting the party, but when the ne-
gro saw him and learned of his mis-
snam, he began fring at the officer.
None of the ballets of the- etro'r
weapo took effect, however, and the
deputy, l self4etefse, hired upon the
darkey with the above result.
The whole afair ocerred near the
Dttos wood eanp, which Is situated
to Levy county near Meredith, so we
were Informed. which is latormatlon
that ome more tilling occurred outside
of this county.

A Relilgioe Authrs Statement.
Rev. Joseph H. Feeperman, 8alls-
bory. N. C., who is the author of sev-
eral books, writes: "For several years
I was aflcted with kidney trouble and
last winter I was suddenly stricken
with a severe pain In my kidneys and
was coofaned to bed eight days unable
to get up without assistance. My
urine coatalaed a thick white sedi-
meot and I passed same frequently
day and alght. I consencod taking
roley's Kidney Remedy. and the pain
gradually abated and Anally ceased
and my aurine became normal. I cheer-
lly recommend Foley's Kidney Rem-
edy. J. W. McCollam & Co.
Reaty, Chames.
There were eight deeds Sed In the
elrk's office on Thursday, which
shows that property is changag hands
It dlsermat sections of the county.
I W. r. Wtaeotff ad wife to Ellaa-
beth Williams, J. D. Watkins and wife
to W. R. Absteln.eo. LK. Broome and
wife to John C. Holder. W. M. Brad-
bfrd to Mrs. Praacls C. Groover. John
Stewart to Chas. W. Duval. United
States to Ned Hayward, Baird Hard-
ware Company to L. L. Tison. Hugh
Mulligan and wife to Amanda E. Al-

Should be studied by every parent.
If your child is nervous,. fretful. starts
la It's sleep, is pasty faced, haa rings
under its eyes. always seems hungry.
is not gaining weight, you can be sure
the trouble is worms. White's Cream
Vermlfuge is as absolute cure for
worm. Is it's own purAati. e sold
by W. N. Johnso..
Doinl Has New Machine.
Manager Geo. I. Dolg is the latest
man to purchase a handsome new
automobile. His new car is pf the
Mitehell type and is a 0t-horsepower
runabout equipped with all the latest
attachments, and Is certainly a hand-
some machine. Like Cashhir Taylor.
he believes In having the best. and out
of the large number he looked over
he finally decided in favor of hib |res-
ent manachiue.

How can any) peroni rizk takiaus
won e unknown cough remmedy when.
l'oey's ilo:'y and Tar colst thnm no
more' It Is a safe r-unad'. c'iiihiiif

nso harniful drugs. and ciare~tb. the uml-
obstinlse (-ougha and coldr. h ) ex
perinstgti a ith your h.-.slthi i'.i.
t-Y Alld Tar j VW M c(.0 illui &(i

Natice of WithdraAal.

tual Co-ua e'tt I L.h % -I % a 1)s.y
nectiuh a itk lii. OIrm AzaiV.4111.11 I rutZh-
vrn at Vwit ox. Viurtd.a Tha.- t.urgtivab
of bald flim A tu lil he- I itsuo- i n l r
tulurv b) J 11 MSlri iii ld % NM.Ar
tin, tbe) 5A-z41lilll( all OUta'1,dh,1ilig a
cott4)I a .shd uULbAi ..5 11s 44 m,40iiirmn

A Swollen Jaw
wi t l* Istcit) -or I 5. 5 .liiu it %%'Lvtli
it cumotd b0 m-urflals-& uthAemle eb~ur
'tAP lele ut iS, liar) llwu* its iuvid .a IaIIl
ro dmiue-the saveillug nmdelr,~I#.#ti
pain The 5rvat sand .ure c-urvfor
rk&u aastaw encuts, burns*. bruiks.
se11das &ay OsaId&lmaes&ad jValue
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iI.atters re(irir, t'i.. Caref Casist tt i,ln \vlilich
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doe asowe admad puppe,
Wub"M a agso ie 13bobs slagas-
a4t aswase aM 00miss' am oIDS
M"tdo heMsgef t o wa vowof ato
do Wo On am ,,am ,,.
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8=06 pietalefts to dostow Dpatmn

0' Tllhql sea"boaok e s wood on-e

io"' 41 s is i fosom ath ow
sof tbobsW oemOe MPso" 41thE MWe@&&toE
-~sib" so awM 08 fomem st ea bs hale s.
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F l 4ef-a-IFy is th pre dA
bMr. MaeV eat o Ch-

SM asMep Tutd by Mr. Taftp
II. A the pIe..
AAla tO hare oTaft eM.
as made smaplet as heretofore
*man= hi the Aselated Pres.
fM Mg l uwgon" des1ratoims
al Mr. MasVeagh's appoistmet is to
omdef ay Mr. Taft aut he pr

asei MIlawDseote"sofap
psma S.acts awo an w to taeo

gr' eb i af atl-PhIaaa.r C

gaMiary i the Truusry-FPraklln
Jmw Set ImP.

Secretary of War--Jaob M. Dickin.
m. of Tenaree.
AttorneyGemeral- eorge W. Wick
eraham. of New York.
PomaA-ter*-*eral-Prank H Hitch
cock. of Massachasetts.
Secretary of the Navy-GOorge Von
L Meyer, aof Mss"achustts.
Secretary of the Interior-Richard
A. Hallinger. of Washington
Secretary of Agriculture- James
Wilson of Iowa
Secretary of Commerce anid Labor
-Charles Nagel. of Missouri
With his postnmastrr general. Frank
H. Hitchcock. Mr. Taft took a fl,.e
mile walk through Cri(ral Park tii
the biting wind today He saw a iumin,
ber of New York fluanciers during it..
day. but said the call. efot thll,. I.
prowsst frk*adbihp and had no othe t
signlfas nce
There uas a e'atiultui r.unoiici of I .,
Taft family tonight at the Hle ry \\
Taft reasdence

General Offes of i

Luber Co. for This City

it was -armedw +rsdy fr-m a P&
Mal U that a party of empawmsis
t someders N- nobed pw~med an
of the hel aof the doeftrmt Tyler
IAu=wer Compay sand wou ld tabith
their BheLaartil ms this eiy.
mnr ehw tha ash ItMe mossisqusqs
Usm have pareheaed the property with
a view toa ela start up this m
me em prise is the wSerm ar
oa th e m whi3h employee a hugs
seem o latbberws amidw piem me mo
la eskoladtte s, adding to the
ehamel a trades
The mew'mpm, to opWar-
ae the ed Sawmll to et eyprem
amber where It a st uds hbut w
pwammse sad meR at me mastherb


MLROSA Fe a. 27.-One of the
most ase-Maul sad .e enjoyaoe SahA
ries had rs the pa t few yeans
was gives at BaeNS vyo LAte*aUs*
"Belvedere Greo," em the shores of
Lake laata fe, ea Thursday. Over
thirty aess were present from Mel-
rose, Orage Heights. etc.. who were
all most eardity received by their
beat and hostees and Mrs. S. B. Drew.
The trip acroe the beautiful take had
haerpmed aU appetites, sad a grasd
taag it was, tooee, or Intead of the
Islaiple ah try promised a moIt
bhaUiaful veseoure luncheon was
daiatily served under the we-known
ak tree, sad a full justiee dome to by
all present The puneb deoerves p*e
eal meaten and the recipe was a
great dead. During the afternoon
the ladies ladulged tIn a delihttul
game of progressive euchre, with pret-
ty prIes for the winners. while the
am-players rambled through the ex-
tenasve citrus grove and admired the
maNy bae amief and japoa"a bushes
Is full bloom. The former were seen
to mich advantage in the decoration
schemeof the drawlag-room, where
their dark pink powers were used In
great profusion. Large bunches of
these were afterwards presented to
the departing guests, who were unanl-
mods in their expressions of thanks
to their host and hostess for an ex-
ceediagly pleasant day.
At the annual business meeting of
Ladles' Literary and Debating Society
held on Friday afternoon the following
olicers were elected: Pr-esident. Mrs
J. A. Remmelnd, lvceipresidet. not fill
ed; secretary. Mr. J W. Johnson;
treasurer. Mr K J. Whitehead. Mrs.
J A. Remmeln as elected a trustee In
place of Mrs S Rote.
A. A. McRae shipled 25 bales of
cotton to Savaunah during the week.
L. M Pearsall's motor boat. "Indian
Princess." is on the ways for repair.
Mrs. Thuo. E. Cole of Bethlehem.
Pa., Is a uewu uest at the Huffman


w sad mwdorm no hfr the purpeon
et ma-soet-mlg ie mber.
Their geral es wm l be etbdo
to this city. but they will be OcmpeS
ed to have quarters tr tohe areomo
datlom of the ar their worbs.
Remeved ha m. Augutime.
H. IL K- pls amd fAmily, who have
made tds ty ek hems hor the
Poa three years, darted yn day
fhr Lt. Au tios where they vwa Is
ture resde. Mr. Keaodle was e
aeeted with the COmmer Lamber CoC
pany s this dty t he capacity of
boosno.per but resigned in dr to
ape up an abstract bsiess lan the
Aaetlest City.


ISLAND GROVE. Feb. 26.-J. N.
Shom-. wife sad daughter returned
yesterday from a visit Hawthorn.
Be Morrisoa retarded yesterday
from Dade City. 'where he has been
visiting relatives.
Mrs. C. A. Caso has returned from
a visit to her sea, Turner Caon,. at
Turkey Creek.
Mrs. B. F. Carioa Is visiting re.
'"oa* at lawthora.
The truckers of this place are busy
planting beaus.
Misses Isa Reihoelh and Verm
Kerr visited friends at Cross Creek
Saturday and Sunday. A Ash fry was
give laI nosor of the young ledles sad
hihly enjoyse
After a short visit to ftrieds here
Joha Jeter and Miss Mattie Turner
have returned to tlir home at Jack-
Mrs. Annie Brown left today for
her bome at Newberry, after visiting
here for a few weeks with relatives.
T. 8. Hubert, wife and daughter are
bere Ospeding several weeks looking
alter their handoeme orange grove.
Wallace Haymas, a popular youag
man of Loehloosa, was over Sunday.
There was as oyster supper at the
Carlton House on Saturday aight for
the benefit of the Baptist church. An
Interesting evening was spent and a
neat sum realsied for the church.

Mi s Coioleugh Gives Party.
From Sunday's Dally Sa:
Miss Lena Colclough entertained a
few of her friends on Friday evening
to an old fashioned "candy pull." which
was highly enjoyed by those present
Games serf Indulged in. sand a:'* -
gether a pleasant evening was spent.
the particll|ants wishing for a return
of such !ow'

If the lowers which profess to tw
deilrous of peace would only agree to
reduce their standing armies and build
fewer warship the people who have
to iay the blUl would rejoice abund-
antly. The enormous taxation under
which some nations stagger threatens
to bankrupt them.

The Novelty of the Thiq

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for "a edo"to low b
leie dsealed operty~
Lesslemad4. See. & 2 8, IL. 5.II
Thee loadSbelig ige
00e Ismaseeof mobh cortiSca Is a
Unties saidserUbcate shall h
e*Niog to law. las deed VIII
00Mo~t day of MaroshA U 06
Whnemy e'OWa gsMa
lha WOk day o1f ebruary. A.DS
Clerk Circuilt Coert AheAN
Noie bhereby gOven MOBS
pureammet of I axe rrtLdAOl
dated Owe Sib day of NoOsaW. L
boa sled sa" ecrslflresicIn m
bas maet. sariIcatminn fur tat' dtW 8
bseeriasee with law. IA'
bmses She f4hhWwigw dewribed
sled la Alsehua coutiUi-. flfl
LiAAso*.hoee 7. TP 10. N UI& O
Ime SWM I.. ad "Ing m w iU35d at
tkehe Imasee of sucts c.rsi lecale1
of EihwurthTr a"4'tu.
EaLeC aam coertiU.eate'
*4Ndkl to law. Lax ded ai
Whe 31ag day of March. A 1) oscial %e~Aa'i Ow

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JeaIs y Was Mle0 Only Com
Sueseee o IS" in llq

lh. Thomas, a aegr% reteamm
alley." who Is eayoung t o
rather Cl as sucaoeeed "
b-tin up hisaD uesifeds e
Friay almit, wear wilobea _
T t won h ad obee "a
eM rnt be earne but he
bem.. womwhatw weary
pay and was aying
etum wn, as e expred ae j
put a tao to it by giving bw
vT beatlang that WHI put wu
for ame time to come.
Jut what ktad of a Wesmt
eomd mot be learned, but he
Is N sigAslng ber. and W W"
ly able to tell her trouble s t
micman w be w was
hw a&W late Friday sigbt.
IDe has eft for other ia
is we known by the e

To Wlom It May Comes:
to notify alU peroms who mrt
eased tmet om ti" 15th day d
ary, A. D. 1 ., I sold an yW
In the business of BF. Chflh&
pay at NewovbeMry, Alaebas
B. F. CbiMs, who has a-me
IndeoteusIe of the 1ads. i
moss having claims agalmt fti
B. F. Chlls & Company vW
the amse to B. F. Child.,
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S ftdbe D*ing Immenee BuSinme
sto O*1 let 1Trneplatllg,

WALDO, Feb. 25.-The death of
P 1J. L. evens on the 18th, though
Ma been Ill for some time. was
j ad a great shock to her
tends. hoe was a prominent
r of the Presbyterian church
'a s much beloved by all who
bw. Her funeral services were
by Rev. D. L. Bramaig at
mo ad cemetery and weren
atteded. She leaves a hu
and son who have the sympathy
d goe whole community.
A eoek for $19 was returned to J.
L Waersom by the bank as having
i im rect signature of Cauthea &
se, a It was found to be an out and
g o riery. Another with a genuine
u-tOf of the same which bad been
Sm $4.$4 to $2. was paid
a bnak and both were payable to
lgy Walker, a colored employee of
abe & Co., who falls to properly
loin the- irregularities and may get
Iftltriuble by it.
tlgnga outfit of Eddy's mill at
,. Heights passed here on their
I to Qulacy, whither the whole
Sfims Is o beings removed.
SCU. K. NcKlnney has bedded out
S r thousand and two hundred bush-
., ft sweet potatoes for plants to
agly T. K. Godbey, who has put out
g !ral thousand bushels also, and
9 11u lesser quantitUes in order to
S st the annual demand on him for
.Pato sprouts, which runs up to
Si Last year he sold ten
S.sNamd dollars' worth of plants, In
S11 9b cabbage, tomatoes, onions,
S, a dipping them into various States.
A brilliant affair was a reception
Iesa by Mrs. E. W. Millican a few
,' agIn la bonor of Mrg. Charles F.
NOy before her removal to Quincy.
1ler elegant new home was a scene
af beauty with its decorations of pot
06at, ferns and cut flowers. Seventy-
Oe invitations had been Issued and
It eemod nearly as many were pres-
ft Delicious refreshments were.
NvId and delightful music furnished.
1the ame of those who took part
iO too numerous to mention. All who
WeM there were delighted.
Mis Deisy Hicks has returned from
-mi alms. Ala., where she has
bem eoagaed la teaching for several
4 Mr. and Mrs. P. Hall will locate
Ore again as soon as a house can be
rore-d. They are at present board-
k. Heo s on the S. A. L
J. L Neal has removed his merchan-
dioe and Mrs. Neal her millinery into
Se Hicks brick block recently va-
-ted by W. D. Finlayson, who moved
iNo the 8trickland brick block.
The partnership of A. Turner &A
OIs has been diaetolv.dl at;,! E. A
Turner becomes the successor.
Mrs. W. llalley gave a splendid
MrtBday party on the 5&tth anzaier-
Ury of Mr. lialley's birth. A variety
Of delicious .iaudu were se-rveld Mu Ic
by Miss Alite 8trickland on the i|iaoi.
Mr. Bailey on the violin asid Mr
boughman on the cornet was quite
a feature of the occasion.
Good rains have facilitated the
planting of corn, beans. aquauh. etc.
lor market and gard.enu for tht home.

Race Buicide

Is not nearly the mnace t lto inrea';-
In population that d-.aithee anionic In
hats are Eighl out of te n of the*.
death are directlYl or imln-dire ih canI *
by bo'el troubles .%(;. -, Ittale
lMhir furie diari hoii, d .dentlry)
Iour tUoi -llh aU d c al ll iifllelt 11111. 1 -
of thiln iaturte Ju-t thie thlig frl
teethilg tahi, I'e Pr, .'e .: nc J an 14, '* I"
o*tle ,,l ,y \\ 1 .J,|ih,,,n

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Weak and unhealthy kidneys are r-
sponible for much nckne sand spring
therefore, if kidney
trouble is permitted to
continue, -s ra fre-
mSIts are ant likely
to follow. VYor other
organs may need at*
tention, but your kid-
a ys most, because
I they do most and
should bve attention
-- first. There, whem
your kidya are weak r oat toforder,
cau understand bow quickly your e-
re body is dfected ea how every rM
seem to fail to do its duty.
If youa e sick or "fee badly,' ba
ibinr's Swamp-Root. A tri= 0om-
vie you of its meat rit.
The miM ud immedie deeet of
S IMB 4e the great kMiey sad
bla&ddcr remedy, is sooa nrealimi. It
stand the hlghMt because its reirkble
health rtoi rors have bem
lan tsai. s of th memot dist em-
Icuaves a&mmd yan
Sold by dugss is

by ma free, also a

bladder troble. tL o this paenr
whe wrimtl to Dr. Kilr o.
*. Doe't sake amy i
take, but member the same, Swamp-
Root, mad don't let a dealer sell you
something i Plac o Swamp .Rot-if
you do you will be disppointed.


Mr. and Mrs. Rft. M. Chamberlin Enter-
tain in Doelihtful Manner.
One of the most enjoyable parties
ever given In this section was given
by Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Chamberlin on
Monday evening. Feb. 22, at their
pleasant home at Tacoma. which was
beautifully decorated with all kinds of
potted plants, flowers, and red, white
and blue crepe paper.
The party was given In celebration
of George Washington's Birthday.
The first event of the evening was
the examination of some of Washing.
ton's historical articles, such as the
famous cherry tree, a calpi firearms.,
The guests then had much amuse.
ment over a guessing contest of dis-
guised Americans. the prize being
awarded to Miss Lona McCredie.
After the guessing contest the prices
for the most faithful representation
of Martha and George Washington
wrre voted to Miss Mattie English
and Mr. P. D. Sherard. respectively.
After finding partners by matching
hatchets the guests marched into the
beautifully decorated dining-room.
where dainty refreshments were
The guests then marched Into the
sitting-room, where delicious fruit
punch was served by Mrs. P. D.
The young people departed at a late
hour voting Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlin
very pleasant entertainers.
Those who had the honor of being
present were Mrs. Lurch, Mrs. G. 8.
Chamwberlin. Mr. and Mrs. Mott. Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Chamtwrlln. Mr. and
Mrs. I 11. Sh,.rard. the Misses Nellie
Ree~ts. Ima Mcd'redie,. Enuana Eng-
lish. Lena Roisenirger. Bertha Rosen-
berger. Lizzie Harrison. Mattie Eng-
lish, and Messrs E. Roseuberger. L.
Godell, E. Rivt.r, J. W. EngllhHam-
liiuond l:ngli'hb. Paul Joinie. Roltert
JoIses. Will Iture h. Wilte r llurch. \'all
lace Dlurch, and Sanford Chamberlln.

Unequaled as a Cure for Croup.
"lhe.," ,.. tiMiIIK an excelle'it remedy
for (old" tslrd trot tru.nhbl', Cham-
t. rluhn (' l{en 'idl i ueequaled
.A a cure for rorr I Hlarry Will

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.j. motn a.%the reeimo ( ougi al ppearA.
thit, re~nitd'. ill lre-.ait t te' Mttack
I t I .' u ii .1 I'I Ce -P- fulk II I II nIA11e.
tltleju-iaiel cc! elf ,III ,.t i i t~ all
drug it id z

Died in Paradise.
From l'ri.l a l.ill) a'
I(t l. it t" i. 1 i

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no O-@ fa elJA"7DENrT .
am 1 41.1 P~lllmkFREE.
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Says It Is Only Redemption for the
Cotton Grower Whether He Be
Large or Small Prledser.

Editor Sam: I have noticed several
comma, ,ketims In The SBu violently
opposing the proposition to prohibit
the sale of ea Island cotton in the
seed during certal months of the
year. The trend of all these articles
Is that such a law would be detrt-
metal to the poor ma who rates
less the a bae of cotton. Pray tell
me how it would effect his interests?
CouldM o t have his eottos ganed
the same as those who raise a bale
or more? Of course eould, and
receive Mei a ent a pound for the
seed frm his crop. Sueh a law woald
be for the benefit of t small grower
as much as for the large me, aad It
Is the only redemption I mow so for
the cotton rowers. veryoae knows
that numbers of mneroe, aaMd white
too, open up little shop In the all
all over the country and buy eotton
principally from people who do not
make a pound of the staple, but who
steal it trUm those who have grown it.
As you well know, a certain class of
people can sell more cotton trm a
"patch" than a six-or e f arm caa
make. and it Is this elas of people
and the little shop men, backed by the
factors, who buy suficlest cotton la
the seed from those who have not
made it-that keep down the price of
cotton and are working ruts to the
farmers who produce the crop.
If we had a law prohibiting the sale
of Sea Island cotton ina the seed uatll
the 15th of December you would see
the Sea Island cotton producing coun-
try of Florida blossom like the rose.
but If we io not get mome protection
the real cotton growers will have to
abandon their farms. I hope such a
law will be passe,
Alachua. Fla., Feb. 25, 1 90.

Pref. H. A. Howell, of Havana, Cuba,
Recomends Chamberlain's
Com oRemedy.
"As long ago as I can remember my
mother was a faithful user and friend
of Chamberlain'as Cough Remedy. but
never In my life have I realized its
true value until now," writes Prot. H.
A. Howell. of Howell's American
School. Havana. Cuba. "On the night
of February 3rd our baby was taken
sick with a very severe cold; the next
day was worse and the following night
his condition was desperate. He could
not lie down and It was necessary to
have him in the arms every moment.
Even then his breathing was difficult.
I did not think he would live until
morning. At last I thought of my
mother's remedy. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, which we gave. and it afford-
ed prompt relief, and now three days
later, he has fully recovered. Under
the cir(umsitances I would not hesitate
a moment in saying that Chamber-
lain'. Cough Remedy, and that only.
saved the life of our dear little boy."
SFor sale by all druggists.


ARCHER. Feb. 26.-Wednesday af-
ternoon, at the home of Mrs. W. L.
Jackson, the W. C. T U. hbeld a very
InUteresting Willard memorial service.
A story of Miss Willard'. life was
read by Mrs. Hinkshaw and a very
able. aiUsr sat written and read by
Mr l'ear:.ou Mrs. Hlughes sang a
51o. iA'ad. KinIdll ilght After the
lirKrj-ul as coiplete-d Mrs Jackson

~. re4-d ltt. cre-aam and cake, &hi(-h s
IIJI.1 vtII *j4))q-d by all.
Namiw wd J :aae l~ idith of Wr
tIit pee. Nis *rhieora hod) of Jolt lsteit.
aend C'all i ardt [Iiof 1.1%s' OiAk
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talled the BURDIOK CASH RmZIfuR
BANKS. Them VU1M baua rkrM
amounts put into them amd how you tbd
amount you have in them at adamll taM.

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Stadverlt emmto 1 ea esa
"a is 10 ,t ,for ahI

ai j Mer 5mWtsbr threM)
twvementha alt sp" rawe
l*amed pea t DO aM he.

SPrmldent of ths Uaerted
M aXt Thursdas at noon.
OW C kumbho is L
SM Na"d T slays he likes
i WTr. t ld ter yusred. And$1.6

n tand mch needed rst froa)
Mtly i o th e h year. 1.7of any

SM e ed xmple I tes e two(0
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k" *amo ll t he eemi-Wtively re-
er i more p......eople

g Wed r to merW e their MInterest
E vdthin that condthlea 3 mayts.
he kleuson Timesm2ocrat says
aneess companies should not be

tht reform omed about.
Oneral Taft will take the oath of
0 a by President of the United
Sset Thursday at noon.

SAnderson who is presiding
So trial. of Sharpe and the Coop-
d the dcarder of Judx-enatorCar-
at NashvW., says he likes
POWy. but is getting surfelted. And

Sdhamwe other ui. brought by the
Mto ltholics pan episcopalians are
S dag a mucktrt teededo rest from
VWgy pleasures. It would no doubt
imty aImprove the health of many
Slinbers lof other denominations toax.

S mImratbMy and lease their disr sind
Shr a amount to aboue.

S0Mety will hae to be paideectiveltoy re-
*Wmaed &om, lawlessness, corruption
Sethtrevilsury. until more people
reetdy to merge their inof terests
i Siro pro s good. noIt isevenot by
W y eawishing that conditions may
Ow e, that reforms come about,
by t b wise action and the sacrifice
y acieinvolves.

Tha U. S. Court of Appeals has af-
M wth the decision of Judge pricke
*sr stehe sproducts brought by the
S landve ycompearnes, r in1 theo Ero7
e$0s drainage distrI,*t to test the
the number elt of the drainage taur.
S h probably settles the mattIner andc
ta oIy which now amounts to about
fr. will have to be paid into thea
@wtte treasury.

ThN recent cut in prices of steel
d lo products has not ever ton bcouentry

tion is made for raupplls cOmI u

Governor (fil nghr, t'H f oIrdelirs i
it with the reductions in te price of'

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11Wlhe re-ad a ith iznter-rt1t ttarughit.ha
60e Stat.' He,.hap i mrvudde ii-mi-
OIMrat that Ilithadeitoiaa~rmom %: aill In.-
Siolucted Ill &a up..aa.o.?. mai rIIII.r ii
th0 b4.ot ii.*eo- et i o igr. looiollo
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Tita A-Ic IIt-I I ,*r-I A 1 14 VA


That the humble railroad tie is a
most Imaportat factor In the material
development of the country Is a great
truth that is little understood by peo-
ple outside of railroad circles. The
pufftag engine that speeds at the rate
of a mile or more a minute over the
country Is a slave to the two steel
rails that Insure a smooth and safe
road. and these rails la turn depend on
the old-faahloned wooden cross-tle
which holds them in place.
Yankee Invention has not yet found
a substitute which has induced the
railroade to give up wood. although
experts may that the day will surely
come when the country's forests will
so longer be called upon to supply
the demand for ties. Up to the proe.
ent time it seems that no other mam
trial has been found which has the
resiliency of wood aad which at the
same time cases les wear and tear
on the rails, fastnins sad roadbed.
The comtry'a ralroads daring the
bat two or three years aed 110,0.-
60 to 10,,00oW of sawed sad bewn
ties a year. The Ideal tie timber is
white oak. which combines the quall-
tle of durability, hardness, strength.
and close grain. It is not only ex-
celleat for ties, but is widely used in
ship building, for general construe
tin., In eooperage, la the manufacture
of carriages, for agricultural Imple-
ments, Interior Saish of hease, and
for furniture. On account of this wide
use the supply has been grtly re-
duced and some of the railroads have
been forced to pay almost prohibitive
prices for ties, or to substitute other
and cheaper woods to replace the
white oak ties rapidly disappearing
trom their lines.
Over 40 per cent of the ties recent-
ly purchased by the railroads of the
country are oak, according to latest
statistics of the United States Forest
Service. Cross-tles of Southern pine
formed somewhat l-ois than 25 per
cent. Douglas fr ties ranked third,
with approximately 10 per cent of the
total. Naturally the proportion of
thee two timbers will increase as the
supply of oak dwindles. This is also
true of cedar, chestnut, cypress, West-
ern pine, tamarack, hemlock, and
other trees which are coming into the
market as tie timbers.
Cedar. which is very durable, has
been extensively used to take the
place of white oak for ties. but it Is
so soft that it is readily cut by the
rails. This necessitates the use of tie
plates and other protective devices
when cedar ties are used. As the sup-
ply of cedar is also running short it
is necessary for the railroads to seek
further for new tie timber. One of
the woods which has alI the requisites
of a good tie, with the exception of
durability, is the beech.
A beech tie generally consists large-
ly of sapwood, which partly accounts
for I'. la-k of durability, but, on the
other hand allows a thorough and
easy preservative treatment In
Germany and France beech ties have
been successfully preserved from de-
cay and are used very extensively.
leech is found widely distributed
throughout the eastern part of the
United States, and at the present time
is comparatively cheap and abundant
if. therefore, the railroads who.e
lines are located in the region. where
leech is abundant can make use of
this worwd. treated aith some sultable-
lpre-se.ratle. another source of sup-
ply of tit timber will be opened up.
Stumplage sulue. have bten increas.-
ing 5o rapidly during the last few
years that many railroads hate found
It necessary to modify their timber

icil('y, and they yearly apply pre-
iervative- to a greater number of ties
anid to uore- kinds of ax(d. Suhbhti-
tute niaturall v ary with differ
4e-it ectuions l the country. but in
most cases the' lack the two essential
qualities found in a white oak, namely.
resiultance ltou InechAlliial Aar'e and to
dte.s IEii.-ril-twe proti.o- that wear
cian bei auces-full retarde-d by the
uzse idf Iit pIlatte .a*il dot'hr it. rt-canical
d c t le- autst d-4t >s lh> the applilautio ii f I-r.i ,*r l .re-'-rt:t
tl *',.' T i' l, i -' i iilll lh',; Ilt.n d e'
It c,', f ior rafI ,r u ,tl
III ts lIt** # I th l" | r- t,. t o f Jr a r\;
Iaiii .% -t. lli hi I r- a i hphil l'
ut 1 1t 1. 1 il i i ni if ll 'f:i. il it i al i ) 4
I I I lIl! -

In commending


Trammell for taking upon himself the
duty of looking after the legal affairs
of the trustees of the Internal Im-
pro'vewtent Fund it is unjust to former
Attori.y general l Ellis to insinuate
that Mr Trammell Is pe.rfurmiaig a
duty which his predece-huor shirked
SMr Ellis was always read) and will
Ing to do this work. but It e-nllis that
G.>iveiiiuor Iroward preferred to el--
plo)y pjiet-lal co('isel. In the ime-raon of
* 4\o. riilnr JtniiiKi.,. anid such saa
d(mi., It i.e -lid. iu i r lie, irl. .- i of
MIr llig F",r bouit. r-a'oi n the l frn
.r Attlrt) ( itr nil Aah oi t 1 i lt *-'
lt.-.v- of ler ti llaii i tl h. ruiuiig pldriit- ,eof
the li Ui ea r.l dwililli a utalliti iand It'-
t, ig off offlit e amI- tlid-ld' 1~n UilHl.
-t -. t .

A f~. ill~ ,.t i ct b : I- i. I*: r 1,,a-a r le i 'ti i U- it, -i t ItoI v t' a I II tI a ,'I i t c
M&e'646 d nt1110&1111 ii la ** I1 .. 1- -1 i- Igt r a d ham

tS51ba lj i a tId-I! fI I t e111 i ll. 1 1 at i*~ ~ In i I 1- a me g. igt i~t trail. 'I'l- %II.. it %IgliI lelepar a fm
I" a'U4e t o~b ld f I I --4AIt 11 i II -g.. 't t. it i1t f-1e' 1 .e4 aitA .1 uli a1al.-4" a 1a'If4.iie '- I- is a ..a
b U "" the qU&*o` 14i1, b 11A4(Iat IL *1*,: Ia *mII A .~a* IA i- 'I li, ighs freulrt fur 11.-nic artit's Therv I-
vw b"r th Isuartiolof ae' g- )i Igl,. g-. di 'lloldI.-ml) b IIlAlpji~us th~atUI cObI now ate-ry guci road uneany the eco
a.d"!ySOW".ed Wndit all "a~e-s ifi uaiaein. of cajl.l'.l Art; u 6k:shubOtf tiofsthyrou~tmtu tilegreat natural'cuti

Imui rn-M


Catherine Helle Came eeSd mmad Geeind W I Ge pt WIoe t
N Saenu-M~m Dupreee Cires wb now mteo ow.'


An Associated Press dispatch gives
the following aeeount of how imH.
Prank Clark tired up a racket to
Congress on Tuesday lit:
"Ria ingtoe question of the highest
privilege, Mr. Clark offered a resol-
tion providingla r an avestigatlom by
the committee on Judiciary of the let-
ter of Secretary of State Bacon of Feb-
ruary. I1. wherein the secretary
deprecated the remarks of Mr. Ralney
of llilts regarding Panamma mml af-
fairs. in order to asaertals whether or
ac It was a viadti of the privileges
of the publie md to make rnecomme
dation ae-ordiaty.
Measra. Payne (New Tork) aml
Overstreet (dlana sprang to heir
feet, the bermer demading that the
resolUtom bhe lad o the ta while
Mr. Overwret made a point f order
that the resolautim was net privileged
to n thmeatime, Mr. Clark was *m
pealing. Wr nsenmeltls mWl a"aly
aet It. He qWnted Be somnitmn lI
support of his resoletle but said
that whether or not It was privileged
the subject should s lavestOteNd
*The letter f Secretary Mf Sate
Daeems, he said, had bee scattered
broadcast over the world throah the
press: There has been Sled in the
archives of the Govermmet. there to
remaila s ln as the Ovranmemt
stands,' he saMid 'a atte e a mm-
her of this House for what he may
have samd la debate a this "er.'
"Mr. Rlaney. he charged, had be"
deoueaned tn that letter as having at
termed a unatrth In debate; 'was de-
mouneed by the Secretary of tate at
the direction of the Presat.' and
denounced In an official m oaunea-
tios to the representative of a qusi
foreign power. It was, he said, e
of the gravest breaches of the privi-
leges of the House lad an ladignity
and Insult to the Housa.
-"I an elaborate opinion peaker
Cannon sad be preferred not to pass
on the point of order amd eautain the
same, but boeved It would he better
to let the House take ebh action as
it saw proper on a decision overrauling
the point of order, 'and whether a
question of privilege is involved or
even a shadow of a question of privi-
lege would be for the Houseto de-
termine.' He thereupon overruled the
point On a metEa by Mr. Payne
(New York) to lay the resoluttona
the table, Mr. Clark cceeded la
forcing a roll call.
"By a strict party vote of I1 to IN0
the resolution was laid a the table."

The Punta Onrda Herald thinks the
leasing of the covicts the only thing
that can be done at this time with
these charges of the State. This
seems the only way in which the state
can make the convicts anywhere near
self-supporting. says The btarke Tele-
graph, and we must confess that we
can see nothing immoral ina the trans-
action, nor do we regard the fact that
lessees make money out of their trans-
actions as tending to prove that the
system is a vicious one. If no money
could be made there would be no les-
sees, and the 8tate would be compell-
ed to take upon itself the heavy
charge of maintaining the convicts
in comparative idleness. No such ob-
ligation as this rests upon the State.
Tht State's obligation is to see that
these unfortunates are properly cloth-
ed and fed and humanely treated. A
large sum is being paid out annually
for supeirvislon nla furtherance of this
obligation. Whenever it develops that
the supervision is not being properly
exercised the Governor has the rem-
edy in his hands.



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Nanmle lskDmne.,ety..
Almas Peannll ety.......
Julia Carter, eity.........
Mabel Samehes, ety.....
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When cersyme have prtelised
against he low moral teo of meay
modern plays, they have bem hrged
with being peritauaeal. narrw minded
am prd atha gh am t e
etremgoer knews that many plays
are unlt for deoest people to wite .
But so condemmaUto of sauk plays by
the clergy ever surpassed that jast
made by that noted state manager.
Charles Buraham. preldent of the
Managers Asaatloa. He says that
some modern plays are "orgies of oeb
sealty," and "Inexpressbly Ulthy."
And the worst of it is ths is t he Iad
of play that a large and degenerate
element craves for. Thi is not so
much seen in smaller eites and vill-
ages, where generally a higher moral
tone prevails,. but It is only too evil
dent nl New York and other large

Through the influence

of Governor

Gailehrist the trustees of the Interns
Improvement Fund have adopted
resolution which provides that m
more sales of lands in the Evergaide
shall be made to syndicates, but thi
it shall be reerived, for the preset
at leant, for bona fde settlers.
is another case. however, of lockin
the stable door after the horse ha
be. ta i n. aidl :rf lhl' land is et
re-c' tlirl w- li.-i h e.riim sly doul
a i t lia ,- G I i t f .1 lpot -
a ill I., fIlal |i | |Iil. 1!il'-.t of it It
W .. t* l -' 1 i )l; I t I-- I'dict< l it
litd i1 111 .-<'- tia i.tfiTr out Ir ,A
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howoing Kse i rm Ng hg t ehOW
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been semated In daia mm
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nearly MOW Over Miss L
hlewing in tWe war 5te Tafe dte
up to Wmday nSgat $:" Oee:
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Miss Chkrtle isa e.y..... 1MA
min Plorrie Striekland....... .315
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BILL every bright day from the ag pole U P IN
Son the campus is the tift of Mrs. H.
'. Dutton of this city. This fSa was
do -u forma raised On the morning of *9 lb. *m Am
rW W Wasbhlmtoa's Birthday. The students' dMe r O
bat aloa a-emled n te chapel,. t
whr Dr. sed m ade mMo appro- Mm km
private remarks, emphasiaing the les-
sons to be loem"d from Washington's
Se .Mud tht, m d closg with an expressimons NASV A Tea.,1 Feb 27.-Tt p
SA a ofe S aMs thanks to Mrs Dutto for her valued thirteen members of th State Senate t
mL' peoy s "las these present 'My Country, 'Ti of Thee.'" have fled the State la order to defeat f
goosm to r t the was saung after which the battalion the purposes of the recent electi p
i^ i tM as no under the command of Major Walker. laws passed over Gov. Pattereoum veto t
hw 'Md, Mi" a *p marched to the fia pole. The la is believed In well-nformed etrele. p
Ba&s iR -hoad1 0thet y was then run up. while the battalion The thirteen member were this af- o
Set t a presented rms and those present In ternoon declared it contempt of the a
to"fh c^do 'v i eluan clothes stood with bar Senate by that body. ad the s t d
8Stl eNoem Save heads. The al is extremely hand- Seate by that body, ancted the n pr t- d
th he now i tae oe ndIla rge that tie upper at-arms was instructed to so in pr- n
to tm asrk d y ropes steadying the poe had to suit of the absentees. s
Abe b e cut in aorde rais it. It Is declared further that the ab-
*oIna 1 i0ea=6 sentees will remain away during the th
S d w O the afternoon of Washington's legislative session. thereby leaving in to
ag l laR betios edwa Birthday the mual field sports were the hands of Gov. Patterson the ele- pi
hld under the management of the tion machinery of the State and do- ai
athletice committee and of Coach Pyle. eating the expressed will of the ma- sI
The officials were: Referee and jority of both bou*es in passing over cc
'.starter. G. I. Pyle; clerk, pt Cox the protest of the Goveorn laws de- t
l scorer. Prof. Hochstrasser; announcer, signed to relieve him of this authority, a
W. B. Martin: Judges at Sah. Dr. The point resolution providing for a ta
F i t. Dr. Benton and K. H. Graham; joint legislative session today for the l

me records wre broken, although con-
SM erlas the codt"t of the tra ck
St the timse made the races was good.
Sl d m m The tit of events and wina:' Sbillow*
.,i bmen B % t.taue. -SMWyard damb-ir. J. Wtailsntrot. E.
ONaheK be e -ad %r A. Taylor second. eRk third.n 0
it ty at tbeir a2 PattlaZ I-pond "hot--Howard and
r4dB l0M &y b asl t M fWls Arst. e LA. Taylor second. TAMPA. Peb. 27-Priday's aend-
ftbe, k STpp lAM06 third. %ance at the State Pair sambered about
4 =-111 al1 t-r Rmalnin high Jamp-Heward ad .0. the greater part of thia number th
0bM a d A. .tartm nd Wie. frst. Langsto third., bein colored men. women sad chil- I
I ut w e the two m-yard dash-WUilo rt. Gibbs dren. who gathered to celebrate negro a
Sthe Imroved second. W. A. Shand third. day a tby the fair management a
Nloa MUa tapemti Mandi Standing broad Jump- Howard first, the morang from the grand stand Dr.
iMM8lnid nl Texas and H. L 'Baker second. Peacock third. John C. Dancy of Washington, the re- in
WE mat east r more Running broad Jump-Peacock Brbt. order of deeds for the District of oc
i641ft of t he Icreasei t B. A. Taylor second, Howard third. Columbia, made an address to the col- w
,, Throwing hammer-Hunter frst, ored people, which was full of excel- cc
M um to mre t OlWy hat te Starter second. Rder third. lent advice and was. In fact. a decid- th
Mds n l argely I0-yard hardle-.- A. Taylor Arst. edly interesting and instructive do- hi
I r ale i. W. A. Shaads second. Wilson third. liverance dwelling with much empha- 8
ai SW from two of Thre-legged raee-8bands and sis upon the necessity for the colored cc
m hi-e-- st--sa T-ea., o Moody trst, Rader. 0. A. Baker. Stort- race to work out Its own salvation. d
iM e gm ~a t *j M or er and K. A. Taylor second. Among its own people and without am
Sbe i"am a- tre0. 4 browlng baball-Laagton fret, depending upon or s*-elIig the white no
hle eT-l MheIt *- Howard acono. W. A. Mbands third, man. but estabbshing a stasaard for an
a~m m agrs ar t re t Pole vault-Prieo Arst, Wilson see- edncatin ol and Industrial uplift which am
a6 og- M 1.t2 barrtks of turpn. oand. Mershoa third. would make the race a slfs-ustalning hc
# 0 l o M a. a Imgst& a yoie 440-yard run-Gibbs first. Wilson one without dependence or escroach- be
bheide of Itin"a te 3ori M second. K. A. Taylor third. *
| S--u- t *l eda were Barrel race-Rader frst, A A Ilak-
Sg, el o p Cn or the or second. Gibbs third.
S oas gStaem as a mast U42. Class relay race-880 yards in re- Iarket for S
0I a1, lays of 22 yards,. won by the Presh-
sa mpoo were Opeatn tor wmen Tug of War. Freshmen vs
Si Un b dl UibW sad weather opbhomores, won by Freshmen
) Were praUstle y the as. Hasket ball same Preshmen s.
S m e tas- reor rttlors. won by Freshmen
te *A p epiey a high standard In all the class contests it *ill be
i h- a iih ad th *. ~' el able. Parlty-two barrel ee tat the winner received fl8, inltlt. ket for ~'a has ruled stiad> to we
I em 1Ng ed a fair average yield for the se-cogd man three tbhe third oie firm tlhrughout the wee'k sith a geMHIl pi
I st yar theI trs are bled aid ixitat The pointa. '.re' then added demMand lhith eii biraced practicallyI P
Wa hre aare ue. up and athletic holres .rc' auatdel) ,all grade. Mills ali|-'ared willing toe
a Teas and Luisae a greater to the ainnera iln the order ,,f their tak' t th. ecittonmat about lril:.- EI
psrcotag of operators own their looA Th- thl e hrdh t "-*. 'ia *I .r1e t e"t e hold h
*Ow timber. Sooe of the most ext.*n A 1arunl. ioard and I "' lI sl,,r h el lve places in these tates are ,- ,, it, ., t Th .,, '
*ed hi large lmberlan eousmpan s or t;-e'.tull... ?l- tkl, 'lt I ti t .. ,. .... I, n .i '
arporraUto s who are bleeding their (lT I,' i, i.| l A1t. .ft' r .i .. .. 'I. i -u., It I t
t N for turpeatilne and ros in previous t'lairr a |,- t.- ,- ,1", It ,, ,. '*l ]' 9,.0 ? *ii ,f.,r I
to O vertlag them iato lulm er ttih t.d S-j t.c I 0 e i i,.' ., l e ., ;: ., II. '. iI,
Tr me emiasauls ha.e carefully a.d -t alrazea? tiui |, ,'d r ti 1a'r," ** r Ih j l' h.l. -
oW peatlollstudited bcb methods t ie e i' to the' alanzaer riif the cil*a. CI'l Tia. fecllhae AMri ar were t, .,d ou, I,
of thst.---- -n, a, d te fact that the.' tests the b wh-.le lac.a. taking part in
sew et hod are more generally laegalc. i
utasO I tOs Statee indicates heir ad th* otr1* t Mr I .i, mI- l|

vantage Over the old Ir rittu .-,ral i hMk ,
A fi 'ldi l 1< etlure' nid. r lthe ),jm. o.n hard It' .etil i .t .e-ilde a. one of the. t
l ci .age ne t f t he illeic Si h t4i h l .il a diturm .f Th.- iOull t k "T1 b-ki ak k
ITlt Over te City. Ihe Iat u -er.-Iat as, a dellre-d rin the *r at. iantre ia, .d 1 i'r.f (' th
The olers and som~ of the unom eer--iiinc of .i *.:.ti Ins rde-r ,swt tI IjIr FIhItI d Ihaid a ,gef Is. laiiterln. us be
henr of J. J. Play Chapter. UD tuterfert alth thet attraction of t(he m11 uiwe btv -ieisi.tgg tI tir I'hitrrait>) It
C.. aesi d Mir. ea. PIckett for a t'haut4uqua cour., tlie le-citure be-as all a t lielAlngK .cni rut, ii o t L audi iui
drive OW OW S Was t.M U h eatrl. 'at 7 15 The ei-turer, the Hic turluu fur this purpoj*- Tah pritures,
to the U11011 y 11 a MISO W SM*I t K Job, 1isti lurida under the |all of which had bee Ao
*alolkhbmodm L m ~~a 411111



e Act a Hdlrla Leg-

Tears Age.

rose of electing the members of
he State election boards as provided
Ir In the recently enacted laws. aad
State treasurer and State comptr.l.
er. was vetoed by Gov. Patterson yee-
erday. There was so doubt of Its
making over his veto. but the action
f the thirteen members of the Sea-
te In remaining away from yester.
ay's session, thus preventing a quo
um, readers action on the veto mew-
age impossible.
If the members remain away until
ie end of the regular session. it would
ben be necessary for the Governor
o call a special session to enact ap-
ropriatlon laws and elect a treasurer
ad a comptroller. The special ses-
Ion would be prevented, under the
mostitution from considering and mat.
rs not especially mentioned in the
ill for an extra session. and of course
ie Governor is not expected to refer
his cail to election matters.

pen Six Days

ints upon the, natural born and in-
irtted privileges and prerogatives of
ie white people. His address was
Mteed to with marked attention by
crowd of people on the grand stand
nd along the track adjacent to it.
Friday afternoon there was a most
tereeting card of dx running rares
a the fair grounds' track, which were
itnemsed by at least 5.000 white and
lored people. The races were amons
e best of the excellent events which
ave been pulled off dally during the
tate Pair meet. The fair is to be
ntinued six days lesger than the
te origiaally set for eiloain (Pebr*
y 27). the extension having been ao-
mased by the managers of the fair
deference to the request of prom-
mat South Plorldiana. The Range.
ever, closed with a big confetti
sttle Saturday night.


ady and Firm

actors' quotations and a
weekly on Friday:,
ancy Floridas ..
incy Georgiai ..
l choice Fla' .
l choice Gas'
'ol e v* und Fla'
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lEnjoyed Fine Treat.
I te'eirk,.aai.'OwlAroge dr IN~
ofe Slrtain H Ilbun sere tre'al-J
adellightlul lugicht-ogi erreetI 1,#
wir tciet dtxor tlQigitAor W'SAi IN-
py LI s oetk 0 I ti, e-% t (it f ItiSir
oilu higlti the' ii..qu~arters Title
i~&SUbo"c4h.4satted of tchickenu ..ALW
wwudwiebeMaWdruit spuneh. a"d WA&


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and Wano


ga19mol of 'lnx Ih
vistors to the c'ty.
Of1 l1:.,1LUU ws lAamong
U the city )yesterday.
of High Springs was
belles" In the city yes-

of Alachua was among
m vitt -o t*o tiy
l elte ursaeryman of
F bdug after his business
KJ es11Teday.
a planter of the
1 e-tion. was looking at-
tters In the city yea -

of Micanopy was in
y. He has a large
aedsltance In the city
to nxwt hinm.
Ib dieted to the change
--l-gt of the Gainesville
This young institution
showing of business.
Powell of Oklahoma
abort visit here with the
U. I. Maunders, departed
Og Misemopy, where she
agm trme visiting her sis-
A6 IL asnkght.
a former resident of
INIsed through the city
IN route to Atlanta for
M was bitten by a mad
on Wednesday and
the Pastuer treatment.
of Archer. the wagon
of that place. was in
He is one of the
aseM talt rers in that
1Wr a lam wMIle took sep-
b his manufacture and
al threaghest the State.
Df' t. Badt. ts

el Tremtem was among
to th ety yesterday.
Sp Ne a of Newberry was
6B16Me0 in the city yes-
L db|. of Arredoado was
I~be es in the city yes.

Isae a"d wife of Wilcox,
61m in the city for the past
R itemed to their home yes.-
SOStheOrlad left yester.-
ft prieag where she will
d9 f ea smoea her numer.-

lM Shawl f of Alachu is in
I t her sister, Mrs. W.
Swill remeas for the next

bIMm, the naval stores pro-e
I lNb aad as extensive bustl-
BEf that secUtion, was looking
Sbsinmes matters here ) es-

i Ms. C. V. Hurrage of Wal-
L. who have bt..-u .|l*edlig
I eral weeks visiting the
W O. Col and Mrs. J .

* Water

ahUt trntejj.lil II :4-aI


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Nichols. departed for their home yes
terday: They were loath to leave the
city and will return early the coming
I. C. Zehber of High Springs was a
visitor to the city yesterday. having
eome for the purpooe of getting his
taxes straightened up with Collector
0. T. Kennard of Newberry was In
th city yesterday. He states that
Ibdfee I very ively in that place
S.of lthe merchants are doing
eIF amngly well.
A.L D. Thotas. a prosperous planter
Indoor. was among the visitors to
eity yeeterdny. He came over to
|>a ml .; l ( e\f a,.&, I, k 'tokr ,i-,* '

A. J. Chill tof %%e:.t i3k- Isk amiaong
the vl1sit.r to tie cit). h.alnig I i
called here using to the illness of hi-
son. W. T.-Gill. the accommodating
cashier of the Express Company.
J A. Hague. agent of the A. C. L
at Tyler. with his wife and sister, are
visiting an the city. Mr. Hague yes-
terday underwent a snucceessful opera-
tio for appendicitis. and his wife
will remain with him until he has
fully recovered.
Mrs. Arch Meyers. sister to E. and
I. J. Baird, departed yesterday for
Wasbhlngtob City, which place she will
visit before proceeding to her Illinois
home. She hba been spending the
last several weeks here visiting her
brothers. and was delighted with the
city and tne people she met.
#Prom S Udea' DuDo Sut.
C. C. Strickland of iague was In
the city yesterday.
C. C. Neal of Waldo was a visitor
to Calueaville Saturday.
Gordon Halley of Palmer was a
visitor to the city yesterday.

M. F. Hope of Hague was among the
traders visiting the city yesterday.
Prof. J. M. Eddy of the Pine Cottage
school was transacting business in the
city Saturday.
J. W. McDowall of Newberry arriv-
ed In the city yesterday to spend Sun-
day with his family
Nell Rain and son. Burnett. were
among the visitors from the Jonesville
section in the city Saturday.
T. M. Venable and B. H. Dupree,
two of Arredoodo's citlsens, were
visitors to the city yesterday.
Miss Avice Walker. of the Rocky
Point school, was in the city Saturday
on a business and pleasure trip.
W. T. Lynch, of the 1ynch Lumber
Company of Grove Park. was transact-
ing business in the city yesterday.
Plank's Chill Tonic Ia guaranteed to
cure chills, fever, colds and lagrippe.
Price S5c. Sold by W. M. Johuon.
John McGee of Orange Heights. a
planter of that place. was meeting his
numerous friends in the city yester-
Chas. daughter of Micanopy was In
the city yesterday. He is in charge of
two stills. one being located near Wil-
W. W. Brown of Island Grove. a
farmer of that section. was looking
after some business matter hbrt-
Mrs. Wilson has a change of ad in
today's Sun in which she informs you
of her removal and gives you other in-
teresting information.
Chase W. Stevens. a successful plant-
r uof Alachua. returned to his home
). #eterda) after having spent the past
two da) s. he-r oil busine.t'

Jgp.6.1,1 Nobilt-S of ilawthoraa h% iit'd
Ilit. Cit) 8a1urda% He btoteb that tilt
fArtmi e it-.a- all hard at %ork llreiar
11Cri.r tholliPrhij-iag ulantillig
I. -~ leaaz' tlit. North (aisce' I!
i lt-i t rI filr li, 11i
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V i- 'Ac iI e- 1,'a

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,itot-tt~lt h& tiuckra ai. a ll u iul-)
hd i leir ,j.riiig Lwt,c 4n' .eahi. i

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To our new quarters-"The Hyde Corner"-and we

extend to you a cordial invitation to visit us in our new

home and see the new creations for spring. Already
we are showing many of the new ideas for early spring

wear, and each clay adds something new to the display.


At the time when the spring
tied will enable us in our disp

Wear Goods to show you the

ing will include complete lines

Suits, Skirts, Lingerie Dresses,
Petticoats, Muslin Underwear

styles were practialy et-

lay of Ladies' R dy-o

settled styles. Our sw6

of Women's andl Mim.'

Wash Suits, Waists, Silk
and Misss' and Childrs

Dresses. Our goods are due to arrive and we kidly

ask you to see our display before you purchase. .

We Are m Stew iq iNefiM Effects m i il

We cordially invite you to make this store your home
and feel you are welcome whether you buy

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and she is delighted with the city and
the people she has met.
St. Petersburg Com. & Seed Co., t.
Ietersburg. Fla.-Barpee's Seeds
Fruit. Produce, Eggs etc. Best e
market In State. Comalgnments and
correspondence solicited.
Capt. C. B. McClenny of Cadillac
was in the city yesterday. He owns a
large peach orchard and it nothing
happens to prevent will have a Sne
crop of peaches this measos
Mylaor Beach, a brother of 0. A.
Beach of this city, has arrived from
his home In Walteorboro, 8. C., and
will eater the University of Florida
for the remainder of the term.
Sheriff P. G. Ramsey has returned
from a visit of Inspectiom to his farm.
and reports that everything is looklng
all right. He has about thirty acres of
cabbage and will cut a great many
crates during the comlai week.
Col. B A. Thrasher and W. O. Rich-
ardmon returned yesterday from Hog
island. where they have been for the
past ten days enjoylag the excellent
hunting and washing. They report
gane plentiful and ubh biting well.
oiley's Orino Laxative curem coasti-
pation and liver trouble and makes
tao bowels healthy and regular. Orino
la superior to pills and tablets as it
does not gripe or nauseate. Why take
anythingg else? J. W. McCollum & Co.
Tam ('ato. oune of the old and ex
tenaie planters of Alachua. was ini
the city yesterdayv lie states that all
1*f the. frmuern are tlu"-y making wpre|a-
,:ttiii. ftor ttn-ir lplaiitihg and that a
re,.tl di.t l of i-fttl ti aill b. ilantited
111 hii, ,. 4' MIl., Calth.rine- 111ti4 ili)il|al o4f
dih- li II *, ht-l. cl'h, d hitr t I 'ritl.. aiid was in tt' it) )isaterda>
ii rowut ', It, r .lii"* .Sli : u)a ti tt
I I | I l lltl h.,l l .t ri,. t had
t.iite, II. il,.tori., anid iupilla alike- re
: 'I I t!e 4 it t l lii t .t t.llit" to
S II It uilliK,.g r of llur-, Sha wh.. I'
i.t r .,rr i\ td i r th t.> it id sill -m iid
1, ral se--ks here li1 haw larKge
l* e-BateAtt l iter.rtbl it tIli.n it, said
I tilti) atid it in to be- rgre.tte.d that
,'. 4 tit r intlllle lt a r- t) so xt.nbalt

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I, Ad I e ( ~ ra ef i
'A I I It k ,
Nmr (' % 1, ie wutr) aiol li1tle- 1.411
And %%IlI 'j#4rIad A felllt dA~r befe iBI:I
Ilg!iac Ih e- ii, I areil-tat tajtil ash'

Mks*.. ajubdic Nilo) of I
N C io uthe city visitI iBIS d

i eli iii t1-
Dr A E Cline. veterinary surgeon,
tas opened omf'es at Cratwford a
Ioei1a' stable i and holiclit a share of
th< ijutilic buiuesi lie is & graduate
,of the Kasasa Veterinary College anuu
W bhere to practice his proufot'oa.
Calls answered day er aight Horme
detaUst. su, e sad dos all resve


when down town
or not


Jutie Carl4eesW Cert.
A case before Justiee Carisle Thlur-
day occupied a greater part of the day
and was tried by Jury. who rendered
a verdtlt In favor of the defendant.
Jttle Verner Lawhon was hit by Sol
Welkh. a driver on one of the Ice
wagons, which the darkey claimed
was accidental, and the father had a
warrant issued for the negro's af-
rest. with the result of his acquittal.

A Niee Present.
Sheriff Ramsey is the recipient of a
badge bearing the laseription of his
olee. name and comaty. which was
given him by one of his deputile.
*Doe" Johns. the yardmaster for the
Seaboard at Waldo. The sheriff is
vary food of the preset aad de-
clare that he will ever he found with
it sticking to the froat in the d&I
charge of his duties.

Ce.dtion Very ertem.
Fro lSt irday Da ftti1 t e cow
it was n-ported PrVday the cor-
dition of Mrs. J. T. Woods of East
Calneville was somewhat more se-
rious than it had been since she was
stricken with pa"rlyals and that some
fears were entertained for her life.
Her daughter at St. Augastie has
been notifled.

Death of Mixa OCenArmed.
Prom Satarday's Dally Sa:
A letter from N. A. Miasom, conirm-
ing the death and burial of his
brother, was received in this city yes-
terday and further stated that Mix.
m4I %ax Kiveii the hihkey hv (>wtee-n-
v ',p h:a1d 1.e 5|r i ii, It ito % am tther

If you have (found anything see If
it i- adv,*r'**-..* iIt the Want column.


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ealves. J. B. E aL nmttes. M-a mmm
CHUFAS amg Clay peoa tr 1w d
A J. aaem I. ILP.. DMN, I I sL1
ville. PI.

hams..; mego" mew. A 1
We"t Count tno. CRY.
MEN WANTD-caNll at 3 A ,
rty treet. We msa iterst yp
and make it to youa advaMt s to
weork h0r -s

material to Aorevio
rom saturday's Dow lm
Nearly all of the Umaterial has a.
rited for the erectiou of the mW
Warner lacking house and carpeters
are expected to start work on the
bu.,1luiK thie first of the cAuing week.
It .t;! t,. C.,.. 'rL( ttJd rinucilally of
gcl..,iiz rd ,rii.r tuit *ill lii every way
I- lur,-r anid letter than the old
-trutuati. beiug vptally designed
f,,i I hei ,. handling of vegetableA by
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Tmre Are IMctins That Somebody

tc oady For th Mg Eveat.

D. C.. Feb. I25.- 12:30 p. m.-Formation of military
i the very air on grand division In streets south and
Ie tat wv. aid tInd -s*.tI" ** i::" t. !\1 dvi.-;n

II, 4 **

i. "k.. '". It

tuel e are carpenters
"jikMWlsare biung hastily
b froeat of the Capitol.
Iawnration proper is to
& treat of the White
every vacant spot along

there are Indications
is getting ready for
I the windows overlook-
thoroughfare through
gId parade is to march
to the White House
up whichh read that
Ssu of from $5 to $100
ggipy these windows on
iMde~e that something i,
i s the placarding of
Is the National Capital.
ome card on a small t wo-
on Pennsylvania ave-
Syou that the suir a Mseson there after the
deatMayed the Capitol
W3lS. There is scarcely a
0lat Is without some his-
iad without a placard.
am 0olug to be an animal
4, to say nothing of
Ife shows and all the
that follow big

blegration ceremonies
If the lavish expendi-
and time and pains
There will be a
Sis promised. will rival
ver witnessed In Wash-
Saewd of 300.00 visitors

will cost perhaps
i s amoaut has been
Spriominent Republicans
but it is l kely thoie
to contribute will not
to deliver. for inaugu.
NMera'y self-supporting
is free on Inaugura-
ma t lay for a seat in
stand or lay to attend
II ball. Money thus
toward defraying the ex.
*caslo, and if there is
bI tUraed over to the poor

Shr th,* b!g day are com-
Melruthig itr practically in
PI the induction of William
SJames 8. Sherman into
=Moff *Rices.
-al ~day program:
- 4mraliag escort of the
t from the White House
by the Veteran Grand

i rires at Capitol, con-
Sadmialistratiou of oath of
SI ISideat-elect. Then Mr.

age Disap

of a

. PfebruFry I'.th u ys'uiag
xxt ;i 3ura ol. aii( to

| .I. % J -'.
1::3. p. m -A.lvriroon escort ci
Pr.o .i. tl, Taft by thb. mllitary aid aIt ]m
. i>t. rai.d dliivions. Irotm the Caplitloi
,o the White Hou.e at the conclusion "lAst P ring," MrS..
,f his Inaugural address. in B r Of p a The do
3 to 6 p. m.- Review of military and ton a r ci. The Ad
civic rrand divIsions by the Presidenr to take UaIdu Theflrs
,rom his stand in the court of honor am in better h Ith than
ton front of the White House. Near Every girl and WOrm
him %ill be a general reviewing stand rregu riV, fallinDg fceli'"
.eating ,.500 persons. Over 100.000 similar male troubles.
persons are expected to be to the line similarftekm trouble&
)f march. WT&u
7: to 9 p. m.-Display of Are- AT ALL DR
9 p. m.-Inaugral ball nla Pension
Strangers that come to Washington ACCIDENTS AT ARCHER.
to witness the inauguration aill b e
well taken care of up to the time of Calvi Injured for Life by
the actual beginning of the cere Falling Timber.
monies. Irom that moment on they ARCHER. Feb. 24.--Calvln Brown.
will have to look out for themselves. ARCHfeR. Feb. 24-Coalvin rrown
Ib yt 1 4 .former resident of Archer but now
it is probable they will not be able to employed at Otter Creek. met with a
get close enough to the President-elect eyed at Otter Creek. met w ith a
to hear 'hat he says. but by stand-ery serious accident that wi prob-
to bear1hhtbesaydstu wthbysta ably make him a cripple for life. A
Ing on tip-toes and struggling with the piece of timber fell and broke his leg.
crowd the vldtor without a pull may p o Umb,. l and b h, .
crowd the vtor without a pull nd In falling he tried to save himself.
be able to get fleeting glimpses of Mr. reaching out his hand. striking a short
Taft while he is delivering the inaugu-
ral address. The visitor will have to hirel and cutting his hand nearly In
take his own chances in securing a t wo.
place to watch the parade. As Penn- of this plac met with
every bad accident on Wednesday. In
sylvania avenue is a mile long reaching for a piece of Umber he got
one will be able to see the parade. reaching for a piece of Umber be ol
his hand too close to the revolving
All will of course be able to witness h i n a l
the pyrotechnical display.
e pa dply. market factory, losing the two middle
There will be ample accommodations L orh. is t a.
for all who come. at exorbitant rates. fingers of his left hand.
Geo. Dailey and daughter and Miss
Washington has always considered ino-Geydau ha
auguration day one for making legitU- Moser of Pe asylvaul, who have
rate prey of the visitor, and undoub-in
tedly always will. In the summer t me
it is as dull in the National Capitallght entertained
a few friends on Monday evening very
as It is hot. and the hotels as well as afewriend on y en very
those who rent rooms ad e-,,m,-1.pleasantly.
Miss Pauline Curl gave a party to
date boarders lek longingly toward
winter and the convening of Congress.some visiting friends and acquaint
Inauguration days are regarded as op- ces here on Monday even
portunlties to take advantage of. and
all indications are that the regular SONNIE MELROSE.
custom will be maintained on March
4. Any other city would undoubtedly MELROSE. Feb. 24.-Mr. and Mrs.
do the same. so there is no use treas. J. A. Remmel celebrated their silver
during any ill-will against Washington. wedding anniversary on February 19
Outside of the exceptions noted, a by an afternoon reception to their
cordial hospitality will be extended to many friends, of whom quite a crowd
all. Hundreds of guides will be sta- attended. The parlors and dining-room
tioned at the union station and steam- were tastefully decorated with very
boat wharves to direct strangers handsome pink carnations and barn.
where to go. and to -ccompany we boo. During the afternoon delicious
nmen and those who desire it to any refreshments were served. Numerous
part of the city handsome presents were received
Aside from the inaugural ceremonies from far and near.
there is more for Americans to see in J. Whitehead and Jas. H. Bailey
Washilngtou than in any other city in attended the chapter mating at
the world. Half North and half South Gainesville last week.
it is interesting for the character of Miss Ruby Sculles of Jacksonville
its population alone. A week's visit is the guest of Miss May Barnette.
1. a lilwral education in Itself. The quarterly meetings of the Meth-
adit church held here on Saturday
and Sunday were largely attended, the
congregations on Sunday being espe-
.! a'l> large. hen Pre-lsdins Elder
e ara Wk~\,,no prenched two elimunl ,sermonuus.
it I-arlar sent to the Tampa fair
b H uai Sutidai Joining Ir. and Mrs J 1B
artan- at OranKge Ielghts
IU Il A : VIoy .. of (; ala.etill.' SaM Ina
l) ln .lMondaiy in the lli* ntere't of his
i 1. I' i; a tg eilg0 di Jlil titl' llt I !, p i. ill* Ci |ll iuH i.
Si. c l,.it<'u ated for nid thi" p oil". f u l *h,. ouh,,; ,',epl<" et e Joii d a AI ll
\..\ I 'rr itr at re-ted ac to hla' rr4 lla *':4,,.l4. I!t1,!
l. a. in ef In ti e e1 u alut tihl T \ I1irti s fin,. d( r "N.I1: Il;lr
I I .. t t. h t:,! h, w ,. !.J I ,t) i,,' ha;l)| 11o tl r ,r ,f I i l .* ITrtt

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fa) !"111~ 1-11,4e.. utjilt h1 '", %'.- 1, U m..m '. I a i iuihr of Lili-adt t *.i4at t Tuvada
64 ,1 1-, 4-1,eh 'Tllv miall 11' I I 1 '0!. -."1,1. ra*'udiaa 10 howiztr it hIwr K'.t i-i h
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POIITABLL Am5DrATj)ltARYE#, wim ~CS,'& -L
CA 5, Sam%1ll b,.11 *0 0 %o k-a 'ld"Lk-vP
&Vt u~I %raa
G o L r a IwlorImgVU cATAL b o Leek Ta sla

4 1f "14i.1 s ritt1 4 )k laait 4 4-I I e
k a itil t aaIt I i t ( ue -It So leuau

I ii AdIts IIaaa 114a.-IstIti .111its 't.it14.1 ctll
1111cas411 oij 56.1 t et it Isail.ard .' ,tpaae re-l~e 44.tiro ij.antleinu.s t e.
11%01 -idtitll dlii ,tusachla ad l,ei. I Ii e1tia
Ill. 1, Hold lb,'eW Ni J4411. FAAIa

l'pt?*rlte~r ribbos fur sale at thlat
ofther.The beast us the market (July
wwo uaty-Swe cents. AMlcokWs and 9w
-ow as M standad madies.I

Sister" *WtSrI

w b New w

Help You
Hudson continues, "
etor did no good, 8o 1t
t dom helped me. F
in three )ears."
an needs Cardl, to
s, headache, baekaeh
Cardui is safe, rel



Rear Admiral Charles S|
brought the American bati
from San Franeisco to
Roads, left last night for 1
It is common goselp nl the
President Roosevelt intend
the next commaa4er-in-chle
feet before he retires from
week from yesterday.
The storms seem to bh
From the southwee/ the |
around early today to the
with a decided drop toin t
The water continued a
rouskh, and serious damage
to many of the ships' laun
ports of disasters to partlU
the Uttle boats were rife
day. but all fortunately prn
unfounded. One report h
men and two officers drows
Customs house offers b
shlps today and colleted
able money from those o

had made purchases abroad la excess
of the $10 worth admitted free. It Is
a navy regulation that all dutiable
goods in excess of the amount allowed
by law. shall be declared by ofleers
returning from a foreign cruae, and
the inspeetolm began today was out of
the ordinary only in the matter of the
number of ships eaterag at one time.
Most of the deeers who made pur-
chases above the al limit drain
the cruise woere miewbat disappoint-
ed that they would not be allowed
free entry for the wentag apparel aad
souvenirs brought home for members
of their immediate naNmea but at so
time was there a sget- tof evad-
lag the tarlr laws of tlr mattve lad.

fNr Inahaleta u ilG

Dam the .f
l Unat're of

Notice of Applicatien for Special

;Ntte' Is her lsy given that aiplica
tioji will be made to the;..i.latur
( 'ouintafi ut 'I ulathusue on April ,tlh.
I. I). I*',U*, f,r the enactia- tzi t of
law pirohlbbiung the rule of H.-a Ihlaid
or uilanid (cotton it the se.ed iu t'
county of Alauhua during the umonthil
of Augul t. etll'Ulll.t'r, Oct rta r. No)
neix-.&r and IciMuiaibtr of ..,eh and
'-vry )uar This February 6. ID40.

A Ple ant Physsc.
'\e 1 %i u .'an(t a iplea ait ph rl.te.
,' ('hamlh'as Stomach anid
I.1i..r 'Ithlltir a trial They are.. iald
said ~etllatl I. thi.r action and al a i.e
liidul ia fl-A4.-ut cathartic effect
'.411at a ui) di ag b Ilore for a aliupi'

The wvat ads. do mwor rWal estate
businm s th&a all other brokers coin
blaed--l fcta they "start" u st of
the bdamaa that e b0roersu a"d
I--t te'h

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rob. fl l
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To AD WIN" HuMar Osmeeww Yade ne
MMa $be A 11. h
pro p 6 rpe=a, $won an
=;Vistla =ZhaX .*'Ow the deblem
asks for as oeder ae~esSrwa Obw MWse *0 s
sinta. sa tha t w O a S b ad s. m
tbr leAd St aIArtre saMW*SONY WUe.
tirkwatU4 t Idrecei.& IMAS b"Ovatr 10m
Adesimistre'. la torhINOPameAti edW~WI
foer lb0-.* il tot,"e~e
POlato of M. J Hu~i&8w e "Quied 10 54
belimf- 0 eat USleeMiil. Viede. SMIA@
d. i is ofWlr. A11IM ton. Is sb'w~es.
554, a b, bd&d ISU SM'S abem idA he guld
M A 10WM. ('6011147e

..Civ:l (ngimeier and Surveyor...
l'rOMPpt t&4OUlo to all buaa~eu
(*es, Allt dju or fth 01 Tbuhreale
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