The Gainesville sun

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The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun
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Gainesville Fla
H.H. McCreary
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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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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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maosos, plasterers and-
gu-II ^isas "rei possession of th :
Sa grounds of East Florida
be*i :Tiheg are busy putting
S.s i hape f orthe opening of the
i -oo. whict occurs Thrasday, Np.-
tenae2t. The roons jnthe barracks

-- made s neat and comfortable as
students e He -th eb Ild-
S le havta-e bees wired by the Jloctl
r ekstz company and every room will
4be *f7ishifthelectrilights.
l sthe nol of the diterent mem-
brts of the faculty stenographers ae
and typewriters are playing a
S in 8gle on their machines. The
a from every section of

ft-. at of July.: eerations -for
come froi Michigan to Ca-
ha e-aSnd attendance from outside
-f -the S tate h e coming season
pmlaieoK-. -the largest in -the his-
y_ f the insttattioh which is now-
au g pon its* f it. second year.
Over tweay y young men and women
expected from Georgia, four from
b n A-: B, thr ee from -Illinois, theie
r Ohim,-itw-o ifrom Mismori, several
fr X Michiga, New York, Colorado,
Tennessee, and the Carolinas. Pros-
e are s bdiright for a fair attead-
l- si e rmm C-ub and Porto Rico. o If
atbeonraines from the Florida corn.
qtenae ^ come within seventy-five
r-a-t of what they promise the
1 a *er from the State will exceed
wi- t._red and ty. Preparations
mimngs made for the recepto and
in veotthrOee ndred and fifty sta-

s view or the bright outlook the
board of eduation hae deemed it
wise to increase the number of the
seitby. Among the new members the
olo *wirnwell known educators may-

Prof.G. F. Oliphant, president of the
Geor- BSate Teachers' Association,
sad president of the Gordon Insti-
taute, Barnesvill, Georgia. His repu-
taisls aa teacher o science stands
second to none in the South. With
Major iW. L. Floyd, an authority on
asedientifid subjects, and Prof. Oliphant.
the department of science will be made
one of the strongest in the State.
10 1 Clara M. Wlmberly, whose
wot Is -eloeutio sand literature has
Sgiven her a deservedly hi4h rTankc
among the leading writers and teach-
soft Georgia. Mlv Wimberjly will
aveetarge of the classes i elocution

Miss se G. Macy, rwhob has en-.

Sreporter and ofeial stenographer in
the ofi e of the mayor of Macon
agia, wi have charge of the de-

Among the other members of the

Prof. Spllman, the great Latin teach-
cr of the Dantile (Ind.) College, a
position he filled for twenty consecu-
tire years; Prof. Cassels, and Capt.
Buinson, one of the best posted and
bet equipped business teachers in the
country. When the reportervisited
the Captain yesterday he fouad him
extremely busy eppervising the ar-
rangemeass In his banking and book-

heeping room&. His department has
at all times followed high ideals of
^ oimatReiB education. Daring the
smer the management has been
|a|lll considering t$he Ass publika-
-t suad eomtersialworks tomee, d4.
Ined so us the beet works pro-
uoet in the United States.
After having aeen to and consider-
best supplies, ad systems gogt-
ten in ahis country, is was deeded
lwth" tl lesusse eo fAsealsieau-
abes the e tsert.
IwtOsqn every kmaseslos en*-
test beellly Jeufflet by the
S tab. It reeis na dborate eta
tmSu l ats at this a fully pro.
Rawses. .m ta. eJtnk eaI y
as sen aplesuseeuse Of.a

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l t oyour moy land and your cup
wi ,ob .od.Plesty of


ifl- Write us and.w
we wi-l send you,
our money wing

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school in this section of the country.
Then is no comparison in complete-
nes of equipment with most business
-.In thestenographie course the stu-
dents will have the very best advan-
tages to be found anywhere. Miss
Mlaey, the teacher in charge, has en-
joyed the very best advantages of
preparation and experience. She is an
expert, practical stenographer, and
-ha had experience in teaching. She
U6es the famous electric system of
shorthand, so well known for the quali-
ties, brevity, legibility and speed..
Young men or women desiring a corn
menrial education can find no better
advantages anywhere.
Northern Visitors Will Soon Begin to
Arrive-Personal Notes.
Melrose, Sept. 17.-Capt. Weeks of
the Alert has made a great improve-
ment on the steamer by putting an
awning over the bow, which will not
only shelter passengers from the
weather, buts also from sparks and:
Mrs. W. "A. Vogelbach and baby have
gone to visit friends in various places

School will begin the first Monday
in October.
N. Price's cotton gin has been at
work for the past fortnight. Cotton
has been coming in fast until the pres-
eat week, when rain stopped the gath-
The many friends of Mrs. 0. C. Hus-
b will be glad to hear that she is
now convalescent from an attack of
pneumonia. A. A. MeRse is also re-
covering from his recent illness. Mrs.
Corpew, who is laid up with malarial
fever, is reported as being no worse.
C. Ward ofEffingham, .S. C., is vis-
iting C. P. Hoffman.
Judging from letters received, the
firstof our regular winter residents
will arrive here about the middle of
October, the others following soon-
after. Several new parties are in-
quiring after cottages to rent.
MisN. Corpew has returned from.
a two-months' summer school at Rocky
Hill, which was highly successful.
Beautiful Women.
Plump cheeks, flushed with the soft
glow of health and a pure complexion,
make all women beautiful. Take a
small dose of Herbine after each
meal; it wiU prevent constipation and-
help digest what you have eaten. 50e.
Mrs. WM. I. Stroud, Midlothian,
Texas, writes, May 31,1901: "We have
Ked Herbine in our family for eight
years, and found it the best medicine
weever used for constipation, bilious
foer and malaria." Sold by W. M.

Seminary Girls' Uniform.
The Seminary girls will wear as their
uniform this winter a Norfolk jacket
suit made by Standard Pattern No.
775, exce the sleeve, which will be
made by pattern No. 8897 The jacket
is to 1e hip length, the sleeves with
eaNs. The uniform may be made here,
or ordered, as preferred. In having it
made care must be taken to use the
[rreet shade of blue storm serge is-
qa-ied sad to follow the pattern
strictly. The patter may be ooMd at
I Hg's store. Sample' of material

may be ob tInedfrom any of te p.rom
[iaent dry pood merchatsA in town or
free Major M

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w. V. Duncan, Formerly of Otter
Creek, Fears for His Life-LiveiOak
Company and Wilson Battery Sent
to Scene. -
The recent trouble on a train near
Baxter, Baker county, Fli., in which
young Dunean and a negro were killed,
and W. M. Dunean fired at by the Alt-
mans from their store, has ulmInated
in still further trouble and bloodshed.
Sheriff Herndon and posse went to
Baxter to arrest the Altmans last
Thursday night, when they were fired i
upon, the sheriff being seriously
wounded, his deputy and a farmer
killed and six others wounded. -
W Duncan, who was former en-1
gaged in the turFentine business at'
,Otter Creek and is. well known in l
Gainesville, Is one of the principals
in the affair and wired friends in
Jacksonville to send assistance. as
the livesof the people were in danger.'
The friends at once wired details to
Tallahassee and the Live Oak company
and Wilon Battery of Jacksonville j
were ordered to the scene.

Hancock's Liquid Sulphur Anticipates
and Checks the Progress of
Many Ifls.
The use of this sterling remedy!
serves to render the skin soft and
healthful, and confers a clear and beau-
tiful complexion-that most valuable
charm. "I
As an adjunct to the bath, Haneok's
Liquid Sulphur is at once a luxury and
a tonic of lasting value.
Hancock's Liquid Sulphur-Nature'sI
greatest germicide-reetifies, relieves ^
and cures acne, burns and scalds, !
canker, atarrah, diphtheria, herpes,
itch, pimples, prickly heat, ringworm'
and ulcerated conditions, whether of
the scalp, eyelids, nose, mouth or
Sold by leading druggists. Deserip-
tire booklet mailed upOn request by
Hancock Liquid Sulpher Co., Balti-
more, Md.
Drawn to Serve at the Fall Term of
the Circuit Court.

List of the names of the persons
drawn by the clerk to serve as jurors
at the fall term of circuit court, 1904:
M. J. Ward, J. M. Turner, C. S. Bur-
nett, A. R. Kelly, R. L. Stringfellow,
C. L. Flowers., L. C. Smith, E. F.
Feagle, I.S. Futheb, D. V. Chamber-
lain, A. J. Feaster, G. S. Chamberlin,
R. E. Johnson, John Sherbouse, L. B.
Long, J. R. Colson, Isaae T. Guinn, C.
0. Roundtree. J. A. Johnson, S. D.
Tillman, H. S. Rutledge, H. A. Blake,
G. JW. Blake. C. R. Sparkman, W.
Jackson, T. B. Horn. H. L. Perry man,
Fernando Sanchez, L. P. Tillman, B.
T. Thomas.
Neglected Colds.
Every part of the mucous mem-
brane, the nose, throat, ears, head and
lungs, ete., are subjected to disease
and blight from neglected colds, Bal-
lard's Horehound Syrup is a pleasant
and effective remedy. 25c, 50e, and $1.I
W. Akendrick, Valley Mills, Texas,
writes: "I have used Ballard's Hore-
hound Syrup for coughs and throat
troubles; it isa pleasant and mont f-
feetive remedy." Sold by W. M. John-
son. -
Monday, Yom Kippur. Will be Ob-
served byHebrews of This City.
Monday being "Yomn Kippar,"of the
Jewish Day of AtomeBent, the day will
be properly observed by those who
haveregard for their rellgin.
The day is one among the most sa-
eredof the Helbew .ee. It is a .day
holy in their Bible, atd is pamed in
fasting and prayer. All Jews who re-
ga the principles of legion will a
stain entirely from business on that
day, and the stores ad other plaes of
business will be loept during the en-
tire day.




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Funera Directors and

Pictlre Frames, Rbber Stamps Art
am, uphaery. ameua K. -
daks- Cameras ad Plh*tera-
pbrw nSppileP.

Orders Iby Telegraph or TelIphee
will revive prompt attentuMn.



Opens September l9,1904

You Can !ae Money on..


Musical Instru-
Q-ocks, Etc,
By Buying-of...

The Jeweler,
High Springs, Florida

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Gainesville, S^

To tke sed#i of Alaca c.n.. r 'eA

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retry of State of the State ot fiesa.
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For Governor of the Sit9te-f -fist.
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For Atone-ea -Smala .
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T" Treasurer ot Aenat -US.n"

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His beea vhusbfSaaSCSoie to lawawjOrt
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Sae -Royl Baker and Pastry Cook"
anl Idns of bread, biscuit and cake
g Powder. Grati to any address.

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medl'.tWhat toGq
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I Are you considering tree planting
a-nd ily peas? Casaogue for-
Sconing fall and winter Is now ready.
PIt Iii free. Gainesville Nurseries,
61nksville, Fla. wlmo,
Our iron-clad labor contrat in
great demand among all employer of
it. labor. Price Sc. each for less than : ),
or$2 perl-0. Send eash with order.
Address The Sun. Gainesville. Fla. tft
J. R. Feaster of Rochelle was among
MW the visitors to this eity yesterday.
Mr. Feaster it rOw engaged in the
bgs fishing business at Prairie Creek, and
ia employs a large number of men. He


ter of Micaniopy was

w of High Springs was
tgtsusi1 this city yeWster

aO FloNence Balls re--
aitA a delightful
| lsiB&.gog_-, the-:

b ait e. ...i -
mail BAB wtawMoew*c-

A.D of8satae, o_ e of

aa ua to attend the
00-t -at- thabonud.
WOmJ.iUHoward of Bell-
itNgia thee ityyesterday.
mifaud is ea the mgost sue-
ial a at e .tion.-
ae- of ewrfk, an e*i
wk-t h isudrise lime kilne-
- isiM es I ia this city
-O.:ur'^ .*** sad
aR X. M. M. Me0ch6
laimed1.aa delightful oat-
B-..admBsa other pntsisBa
afc They were greatly bume-

t of th eMest sad most
b--fi e as of that **eetla,
in Mass beD fCawred Gaines,-
iaM tyIsusday.
,ER IecMad King of
St ** g pueng ladies of
Ifkea^ la hite eitly yeser-
geinamButooasalt Dr.AMer.

tAk~aea-otthai to hundred
*teMIaaaa ared gt-

aseofWieanopy was
y. Mte Watki
a wooat- e--- ee t
boeen a-Sjgned *this
,ifle asheel, which1

hi, -a of the le-
Tjia msiaty, waa
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states that the fish are running fine
now, and that the prices are good.
Bon. R. B. Weeks of Hawthorn,
chairman of the Board of Public In-
struction. wasin the city yesterday for
the purpose of attending the meeting
of the board, which convened for the
purpose of receiving the report of the
grading committee on the examination
o teachers. ,-
After aresidenceof several months in:
this city for the benefit of their health,
Mav. Effle Starke and charming .little
daughter, Margurite, departed yester-
day for their home in Freemont, Ohio.
rs. Starke made many friends during
her residence here who regretted her
departure, but are grateful that her
tion is greatly improved.
Mr. andMrs. Baxter Morrison of Bar.
tow, aftera brief but pleasant visit to
Ir. and Mrs. J. H. Alderman of this
city, have returned to High Springs.
This couple is newly married, and are
spending a few days as the guests of
e groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Morrison at High Springs. Friends in
this section will extend eongratula-
After an absence of about three
weeks iu Kentucky, where he has been
baying horses and mules. Henry Da-
via of the firm of Crawtord & Davis,
liverymen ha returned to this city.
Mr. Davis states that he purchased a
olid carload of the finest stock ever
brought to this section-stock which
he feels sure will prove highly satis-
factory to the demands of the trade.
He is well experienced in live stock,
ad blis judgment in this direction is
regarded as the most carefuL The"
ear will arrive toay, and the stock
will be placed immediately on sale.
After a brief visit to relatives in this
citydra Carter left yesterday for
Newberry, where will proceed to open
his ore. As was stated in The Sun
of yesterday, this progressive young
man has lust returned from Savannah,
where he purchased a large line of
general merchandise for display and
-ale in Newberry. He was engaged in
the mercantile business at Judson for
some time, and has many friends who
will follow him to his new stand. Mr.
Carter advertises in the Semi-Weekly
Sun to pay the highest spot cash price
for cotton and country produe.e
N. C. Pettit of Waldo was among the
vstors to the eity yesterday. Mr.
Fet., states that Rev. Noraworthy
-~ ~ wit histent eetigs "eganopr-h

-.-.--.-..---. i tot meet! "began -op .-
Slisug -oe. m in WaMo d S ay, and his
t w.. p. n e there is destined to acom-.
i pea- good. While he is rather
-o m New a sa.atio.-al evangelist, that is the
atmethg atS kind required in thas section at this
^thes hee madtera time, nd it is asserted that
ow ulmose. who get mad because he "ripped
as* m a M* ou =e essaimM win so the
anst hime to hear what the ea Maelirt
Se te a to eay aboat the istber fellow. As
pm- -III Iddma

agganenan s sea sea w

Jacksonville he will proceed to New
York, where she expects to spend a
week with his sister. Miss Jessie Bodi-
ford. From New York Mr. Bodiford
will go to Baltimore, where he will
enter his first term at the Baltimore
College of Pharmacy.
A letter from Eustis C. Sheffield to a
friend in this city, dated Denver,
Colo., bears information that he is
having "the best time ever." Mr.
Sheffield stated that he expected soon
to make his departure for Colorado
Springs and other famous resorts of
that far Western State, where he ex-
pects a good time. He will return to
this city about October 1.
Steven B. Cullen, formerly of this
eity but for the past two years en.
gaged in trucking and farming near
Hague, was amona those who paid
Gainesville a-visit yesterday. He had
his name placed upon the subscription
list of The Sun. Steve favors his
friends here with a visit very seldom,
with the result that they more thor.
oughly appreciate seeing him when
he does decide to come,.
Attention is directed to the change
of advertisement of the Alachua Con
ty Abstract Company, which appear
elsewhrh in this isue. This easm-
pany very wisely aserts that ttle
is what the pureblar pay for whiom
bheb s-laad, thefoeo is wen to
kaow what oane is bttyij ln ehism-

trading in the city yesterday.

Sa C. ShefCaield iofas returned from
r ents and frie cds at Hawthorn.

Mrs. B. Pd Powell and retu froamily, 8a
brief buinegto trip to Southend a frolic.

E. Tso,- better of High arin was
has gone to Louisville, Kyito --r esme
his medical studies.
C, $heiffeld hs :-returned from
aong brief -but pleasant viitto his pte-
rents and froe ods a Hawthorng expe.
Mrs. ad Mrs. F. Bw Heter of Eam iy
Est Chuwereh among treet, he pre gonet folks
W faorth e gSinon Sp i to sped a few
days. .
Cas.E. Smith of Highe oprne o te
amog the stors toity yesterdayter-
day. hain. g coiye ons retopprned fexperom a
ditiof the Sanford and St Petebug
Mr. and Mrs. F. lHether of EHill have
t were amog the prominta, wheret folks
went favored Gayesville withe purpose
yesterday specialist i regard to
the conM Dell of the lattge, ones. The
most sucessfula profession fal wers of that
second ftiriend, wasill be gratig business in
that city yesterday.
"H.M. Chitty has returned from a
brief business trip to points along lIne
of the Sanford and St. Petersburg
Suprailroadit. He report H. Athe Fosetionsf the
visited in a most iroperos parteonditioer.
-Mr. and Mrs. J. Fletcher Hill. have
retda fourned fromatogAtanta, where they
went a few days agwho for the purpose
of corning a that d specialistfulin regasort fto
the condition of three latter's eyes. The
services of a professional were siecured,
andfriends will be gratified. t6 leas
that the lady -is improving.
uperintendenary oH. A. Ford of the
Atlantic Coast Linhe visitors todeparted yester-
day for DeSoratoga, N. Y, where he willpro
join his family, who have been go-|
journing as that delightful resort for:
the pat few wee inks. He expeshort time. be
abent coming threetion of Flweeksorida. and Mrs.
Ford will return with thim.e
A. H ofleary of Misto was py was
among the visitors to this city yester-
day.s agoMr, ileary has jexp returned
from., where he will engage the fprou
poandto lproduce common a short time. He
declares the South Florida country is
tis a coming mansecion of Floridagy and he
wants to "get in with the push" before
itne troo ate.
R. a. Evins of Evinston was transmoting
the visitors to his inty yesvilleyeterday.
As was announced in The Sun A _few
days ago, Mr. Ering expects Joon to
ake histat departure fordemad for lstown,
Md., wher recently has enuse in the fruit

advand prodce eomr whih all meion are happy.e
He is keepyoung ma large force busenergy mon
full tsiness, and decwill no doubt enyoya

for every foot the mill ean cut.
Trueheart Bodiford expects to make
his departure today for the North, and
will be absent for some time. From

Byw D. 8-WO

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Robert FoM d of Mianopy wa among
the visitors to this city yesterday.
T. 0. Keiard of Wao waes mong
those who came to thiscity on busleatss
SMr. and Mrs. Chas. Eddy and cil-
dren of Orange Heights were reg*
istered at the Brown House yesterday.
Henry Simmons of Gordo, one o
the most widely known citizens of that
seetion. was trading in the eity yester-
day. '
Wilbur P. Davis, formerly of this
city but now engaged in farming at
LaCrosse was trading in the eity yes-
terday.-. -
James Holder and J. D. Pope, the
naval stores operators of Rochelle,
were among the business visitors to
thLA eityyesterday.
H. L. Rosenbergerof Kirkwood, one
of the progressive residents of that sec-
tion, was among those who came to
Gainesville yesterday.
J. W. Powell of Graham. member of
the firm of Abernathy & Powell, man-
ufacturers of lumber, was transacting
business in this city yesterday.
J. W. Shettleworth of Evinston, one.
of the yoang boss melon growers of
that section, was among those who fa-
vored Cainesville with a visit yester-
Mrs. W. AS Smith of Taeoma was in
the eity for a few hours yesterday. She
was en route from North Carolina,
where she has been recuperating for
the past few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dow of High
Springs arrived in the eity-yesterday.
They were en route home from Jack-
ft. &-I =MrI.ha t.ha.w I.n._ .-- _- -. --hIL

sour e, w ere t ey ave been for th
e Delietous refreshments, comprising ice
past three or four days.
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J. P. Pope of Santa Fe was in the
city yesterday. He is well known in
this city, having been for several
months employed a a salesman by the
Gainesville Grocery Company.
M. A. Densler of Jonesville was
in the city yesterday. Mr. Densler
has recently leased the Troy Hotel at
High Springs, and will, with his son,
conduct that hostelry in future.
When troubled with constipation try
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They are easy to take and
produce no griping or other npleaa
effect. For aleby all druggists.
Prof. J.I. Godwin of Rex was a bus-
ines visitor to this city yesterday. RHe
is now engaged in the saw mill busi-
nes, and reports a demand for every
foot of lumber his mill is capable of
cutting. -
Miss Agnes Zetrouer of Rochelle,
after a pleasant visit to relatives-here,
returned tadher home yesterday. Miss
Zetrouer is one of Alachua county's
most effiient and popular young
teachers. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Etel departed
yesterday for Asheville and other
points in North Carolina, where they
expect to.spenda couple of weeks re-
cuperating. Friends wish them a
pleasant as well as beneficial outing.
Col.J. Nichols has returned from]
Green Harbor, Mass.. his saumer
home, where he spent a delightful sea
son. Mra. Niehols and daughter Mit
Alice, are still in the North, and ill
not return until late in the aumu n.
L. A. Reeves of Kanayhas was a
business visitor to this ity yesterday.
Mr. Reeves was for several msoathas
related with the firm. of Veaable.
Rees *W Co.$. aval storeseopeoatos,
but recently dipod of his:ltoeso.
Rev. and Mr. T Norawory
and children arrived in the city yes
terday from Mieanopy. They depart-
ed in the afternoon for Waldo, wherom
Mr. eNorworthy is engaged in oa-
duting a seriesof tent revival meet-

Mi Annie avis, fhiable mil-
liner of Baltimore who has accepted a
position for the winter wit E. 0.
Chitty'a Son, Mi. n ,e-. wa. in the
city yesterday. She was en nute to
that point, and left on the afternoon

Prof. Shaw of Ft. White, for the pi
two years one of -the Weiat tehe
of Columbia county, was i the ity
yesterday. He has been iappoi, e t-ii
temn to the prieaupahip of the Miea
nopy chool, wih ll be pened to-s

J. B. Feale of LeCsne,oe f
ases saese tal bsaes of that -
tiwasinthe eity e Mr,
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ream&n u a ev, w e -erveu.. z=.
evening altogether was passed in
most delightful asanner.
Read This.
Clanton. Ala., March 3, I17..- w-
tify that I have been eured of kidfae
and bladder troubles by Ha's Great
Discovery (St. Loais) -and I eoa fully
reeommendit. R* L. B. Pi-s "
A T-xas W der.
One smali bottle of the-Texa* Wsi-
dert Halli Great Isseoery, acure aU
kidney and bladder troubles, -e a"e
grasel, eurem diabetes. tesiani emie*
aias. weak and ame bls. rbieum
ney Lnd bladder -i bot men na!
women, regulates bladder u-eblee in
children. If not e*lM by smii drugci
will be sent by maien receipt OfI
On* small bottles two maths' VOW
meant and seldom fals to perfet
cure. Dr. Era*e W. Hall.le wan-
feasurer, P. 0. box Si. Lwui, -
Snd for testimoaials. Sold by -a

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guest of friends.h
Profe. M.C. MeItogh and J. H.Cot.
fee of Areber sndWaldo s ehoouls.
spectiely, wereSaMag the isitk Wte
this city ytestelay. They report ea.
couraging coditioni in their eheool-
and that the work for the fall tr a
will prove very ffeteite.
Attorney M. iven -expets t]
make his departure today for Jasper. ,
where he has been s oed on p-
fesional business before the erect
court of Hamilton e..oy. which will
convene at that pae tomr -w. -E
may be absent several days.
1 .Jones of oe~ky Point. one of
he progresive young tro otkers of that
section. was in the city yesterday a"d
made The Sun an agreeable call. Mr.
Jones states that the treker. in is -
vicinity -hae laid their beds acd
planted, and in majority of cases the
plants are up and show prospects of a-
Ene yield.-
After an absence of several weeks to
relatives and friends in SaraUnahEfd4
Augusta, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Isaa Letvy
have returned to bther home is this
city. The numerous friends of
Levy, who has been indispoed for e
eral months, will be delighted at th
information that the lady's condition i
is greatly improved physically. The
trip proved a greatbeefi toher.
A pleasant party of young folks e4t.
joyed the evening with Miss Iath Doig
Friday, The party comprited Elmer
MeCreary Fraser Merchant. Addis2a.
Pound, William and Josepfh ShadS
and Jake Padgett, and MiWses b
DeLa, PaRon andbePedrlik.a Wa t i
Lucia Patton and Julia WaiLwrigb&

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