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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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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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.% I; altihusI has hldi
on2 this point, tan4 he
1 or le"Js dtil(guiabed

an n authority whoae
yieet^ted4 to respe3tful1
hi Dr. Ira Iern.-
4or)d'gs tamous clhen-
dent of iJohnf Hoplkin
4a retiring president of
soolaon for the Ad-
i oeW O 1he-livered an,
tbat body the othb'e 44y
whloh he maintained
frily look 'forward to a
e whole earth will bei
ouless a decided ad.
in the soletietle produ

iutshis city Baturtay, w
toB & Co.sol 8anfli
Brantley Compa1y of Iptklso
two hupdred and w fty 64
Isl8ad cO tto.. of vvario grd
Lee, the representative for til
ley Compaty, caie to GaiP0I
the .express parpos0 of t
trade, whieh wasconsume tp
day morning, and irimeit0E
the ioSing of ame the dottot
livered, when f.r Lee 'pro!9
ha~ve same loaded. It w:il
nine cars to transpor.Lthe it
price wer not learned,
The output of the Dilttri
for the seMson just clpose84
i,10,0b#les. thisfnmb
s till ba on lhand fottr hqn
fifty baie4 of high grade, wl
arM loldini g for i ettpr cice
Wie g.inad Arta Tafatut a

op* or znsemseves, s ays 'ot "'a
____11 B"^ ut at k matte of faot he has h n spiritual
the largest oat ben allied with any ftion. t has' ie of the v
,a ay. at Het always been an old4lme, conservative over to flnd
sty miles W i 6 t4 Dl eotr to whose. uttera0tes the6 t; 6 o glfuing
containing 2,000 leaders of th party hav listened with Na warm hui
roqpek snd whose oonseis hae been pathetlO aW
""'ofto'sisagt for, i 00tof peop
tokl of ep46 Whieasver ranm O lar l ut been lAte lg'otrin
I" lis 1 aturo found wt a faetion, it ,as wi because ot'he i1 On
hpivrot P010i14 the Nt064iad adopted his 'views. f solatiOg'
oe*4s4,oin the aid not by rooson of haint adopted Woma* i 1
its bnollows th. ratest I

Saonnlraoitae woman ti a
npson, When the dark
orid t utp she turns ,t
he bright lde. 8he sees
phA es of life, buti he haA
and symp1*tby, for the
li tre, t lemut :in fthe
f tan and nnita1 An abhah.

40WOq preftx&Oel4apt q ate nhot
\e24d4o4, 414theO emilog ,t have
O 1t# ii#k9, #4aj0 in very
814t th0ties bae u10t)l as
f4 hatl#Oro Is prospect ofJ
AD' uIthl sde time,
#0 11a6m4 that Oef#Jtig, owing to
the lacot pt roper ferttitors, the earth
will ease 'to prie'et e is a t obih as
i d9e ow, while its populatlo will
be ottrously greater. TiTus does the
gheO Of MIAlthat osy tt 1 deeline
to be '4ta4d by the high priet[ts of

o any event, the p 'generation:
wilt fld salfisth dmfort in Ithle tfleORr
tion that, however much. t may frit
Over the impsn6ding tatp of 6t. rehote
dosoon4atas, atOtiaio 1 fI*to likely
to be its ow0 ot. The dead past hat
atready buried its dead, AdI. i the to
toro oenot esttle Its own problems it
iiw teompliin that it didth't have fair
Those who are ontiloually harping
slinstf Iootball o aooount of the
great danger they lagine attends the
pztae will be sartftlsa l0 learn that
)a4s aosident% re9ult fromit than
Nu othr leRAig sports. The nwii
ber of olIIe paii debing the fi e years
preoeding ZOOS by one of 6the argeqt
Iecoidnts iumuaraoe comfammniue Was

wOn gnWI price# Ot j u[pald
bringing, the Qplaiud cotti
will bhe ery much increase
ea Islaidid acreage dei
will probably cause the I
production to bring full p
season,., /
Mr. RoinaA,'who it re
probably the bst posted ti
t4n In Florida, ivocate. a
'acreage in this etion o 1
WouldJhuLa .thA fhrm a. t

than the lowerWgraile." :He
votates planting at lettt half V
very early, on counT of Ot4e di
ittlte Istor in the seoMn,u This
'ton of tle crop should be
from March 1 to 10, in order to
benefll of the spring showers.
Colored Preather Convicted of
Whiskey Taken Sack to Prpi
Sheriff Fennell departed $s
f6r Dutton. lHe had in custody
Daid H11ll, a well known 61lor
liter of this city, (who was co
tometitMe ago in the cIredit to
selliag whilkey in a dry county,
wa aenttendto nine month
*onbty #sion, and has served

eitess in the ite
dtowin)94ia i -n other whi k
he t t ken to Oala in the
* n (iitlar bder habeas eOrp
4eetan, ida the sheriff return
othe prisopSaturday.
.b~tifgennall also had in .
Av.eI4 Namo, a soicred boy w
4 Jtoe stilee "ll' eo
charge of aa
sto t4s ,60to three,

An exahtto says that eve'
hi t 1 skai should publishc
4)I"4ht b ura e a suJ e
f c bm a distiller in aI.i

thmiit4d7e withthe
I0* W tmmediateiy, I
*W**ty be teed


completed its. labors
,'byi ii)a y ; ,1a callfor;at
yt, designatjing Tuosday,
Sithe first ,prinimiry. ad
tu 7, for' the second. pri-.

)rOt of the committee ap-1
r thi phrpose of drafting, a
e'rimary and the laws for
it Bf .ae made its report :at
bt te afternobn, and after
ebate the date was fixed a by
Itee for the date ebove niei-"

*I Kinstry, Jr., and Ha,'
Oieary,; menbere ot the 3oom-
i00 i i oouny in .all theiri r
ot tieeas i>n, artotidtJna 0ian-
i~~lt to their oon titueint ,
b*t' Which would not^ coz'
I Demooratio Executive
*i& clua conty

no0 qest16n but that 0ol0onel 0 oklnsO
le a power in the party, and hild a
large propbrtion of its influence ni nhe
palm of 'Bhis hand. The pt, astIos of
the RItepubicatia of iorida have deni
ornstrated that f#ot,
$4on. Henry S. Chubb, ohnirman of
the Staie Central Otnmiittee, w: also.
re-elete i to that honored position for
the third tert .
A.'M.Oishnian of thioity received
the n6iina'ion as a prileatial led,
tor, and L, l. Oegnunt erme.asSeore*
tary of several important ponmitt*
In spealting of the conveptlon Satur'.
day, Colonel Roboon ,stated. thAt it
was one of thie most harop lous and
suOceseefu gSgather' of the 1ckid h

der of the tern;, which will be fo~rfo
di tt '',', '^ '^6 i* ';*"*:**! i
It was a1nodunced about two. weOOk
ago tiat ithe school'ould remain 199
for thet fulkttertn, but tio explanatoto
was nimade asto where pth funds ihotifi41
be derilve4, It wa uatutrally supposed
that thBoardof 5d tio had made
the proper arrgenehte, sing then,
nouioeeOt atincae s an llftfala notie
frop thattbudy...' tub-whool diyti
> fhle Gaines'ville

had perforied ln betIf pf : 4pa
Mr: uEndo, ootituthding* A
ithe compl sqtuiprise, shodkl4
ner .s to sow extent. (It we )a&4 to
take his word), respo'ndeOd in 'a nWot
masterly atner-. He lasso a g044
spealerr, awl te intident' uethed
hi aso ithat-hie etiane both t4t.h t
hand loqourhi
2The jewel, whlih I. solid gold, is
handsdiiy engraved as follows;
q6' nt by member Most VOrY

S*attonal Convention T veni of ttud tfrom ; the.
on, and Iif a iNd Mti a Kiy s .ti!pis be
the lState committeO omuine the eo' erI t doy, adnd the
Vis0on for sueh conven- prospeote are 4th there will be ajarge
and prolif~e crop in those sections. -
stry and Senator Me- The tra train picked up two hun ..
rof thiooittee died basets of lt hce on the aloma
t~o last lght, TheYtbraonohof the Atlanrtic Coast Line FFi.
'spirt debatec,-day, which were brought through this
She seon,-but in all city an4 delliered ,to thii'e West
_____apl_ onO. Coost division at High Springs.
o o o"The acreage around Mlganopye Ta-
Scoma and Lpke Views vesr. y largetits

g'4*-Shipments Very Heavy. 'The movement of thle erop has lust
nfistley, representing Phil- begn, and will be hesvlest in Febru-
(,Ommission brokers, after
it c his another, Mrs. M. E. A BI UN-ERTAKINQ.
Sthite city, departed yester .------.
latka. House 11selonging to Frank Roux
sley, in apiaking of the lets Moved Thirteen Miles aon Wheels.
hi Both Florida, states that "One of the most stupendous under.
a the Manatee river section takisgs attempted in thls section for
1ulte hhavy, and slhipmentsi many years has just bedn acoom-
niw about over, have been plished. It was the removal of a
I frobu that seotifi- for the. house o1n vheetl from Grove a Park, a
sek.' hipmen 1ts hpve beie distance of thirteen miles, through theP
( the Macawftoe r the week ,oo. ry.
4 6sol averaging three he e, which was a fveFom
r^ 8 frnia s tructrire, was located on tbh
grdwera wore In e lovr popertv of Mr. ltout near Qrove 1 ,
MPi' ke4 fr Ti Th propr s payg hi o ve

etn bti W
hopes toI
- !

pb ,etliito4pr A toi pay for e ffty c 1rors 'at moveraieo o Id s;

th I.u u .is the n condition jut now t t authotes
TVhose parents who can ifford rto Mcfrreuce.o ofthese dialoeras neces m m
te Iparietll4 o oad wtho se w are me apurB e tidod1sow will"betasokeVp In ( r4 t e i
not ableet continue tl std40tholia by th JaneIe troops. to, as dI 11

he mantel ot charity. n.~ China as a rOeht of the 1 itti, ... ....
Prof. J. 11. Falks, ipal of JPh 0 e 1711so andh h a, according The pseane of t ao
school, dues Rot desire any iof the chil1 ddt(rainnd at ita t op te struggl##li
ran to be coipelle to le4ve tue treedoi of Manhurlo from foreip ,aUat4
school on account of titi assessment, control A t. .fo Milo$ hatteer
and with that magnanimity for whJb.ich ("Con'f rhrnce otween the owaear a ndW
he should be co!menMded. hv Saturday nd thti loading tatenen, it Is I. tt' e Thr1% 11'Much
began the cirouluo of a petl titonn to Nd, n vreonrinvined her l that another fver t rr ad
raise funds for the tuition oithosi who fpok ywoi:t!i b0 dynas i. ven t0 pront.
were :unable to pay the same. He tinen ie ast t(h ulao) ofo the ah T
is meeting with remarkable ,.u06o0en, cestral itomb npbl"ed by foreign datr- AtNt1' J ;O
and by the secontributionBs" many chi llt t"f, oti i | Ba rd > i t
dren will be. enalhd to rofulc et1Uie lthflheIWO 1000(fst AvlN .e,
benefit of the.full term. or' 'ow .frt i mal to ree!rt MaO'O
rThetire I evident another, oblojectiors K hn' athr ity the:tpOrapping" aw li d
on the part of the action of t". e ..oard Ming iynlsty, wjth the resruit of
of TrusteeL. his the action providing th r w i
for the poyii to b: patrons ~$ forta tlTe I oris trndet OChat h epda,:
tuition: h advnoe for the re.Ominder The co ads. that bo I4V

l~, $1 *pe~
bey can


kWe it


1: lir

The ,Ste 'pemoetatie Z0e'011tive
Committee et at the Everett Hosel
in Jaoksonville riday morning and ,
the attendance was large, nearly -ll
members being present, either in,
Person tor by Proxy'. 'The meeting as
eededy nteetig and was marked
by numerous lively dlissousli The
oomilttee Iscomposed of the follow-

Ma1chu .J, F. MoKinstry,.
Baker-Dr Rowe, .
Bradfoqr dW. Weelk s '

c Oltr4-r". I. Pr es:: t
a-, aij idblack d
Da*d~ei I. Ta ;I '
Soto-J. Tredwrell.,' ':

Eso^ambliiT. E. Welles.

i 0tpy~tte-.RI., L4oodbred ...
H LeL, E Dosier, .
Ltee-I 4. Z-epderson.

Levy-T. W, Shands
bdrty.-Wlilali nH, oGumi,.
Ma mdlon-Charlegs DavIs
IMa 'en,-Dr. 'J. (,. oelot:
Maro-oberi, Ilullonk,
Mostroe-U,N.W Rteynolds.
Nassau-A.s T. WZilams.
Oranpge-W, L. Palmer,.
Osceola-R. LAo e,
Ps'oo-ll, J, Dooneor;
vPowelk-J0 N. ooker,
hcoiutIam-F, 3. atlrnsde o
i Mt. a rs,-leirmBt o w.1.
'St:, Johna-A, H, Mlcklier,
LSu nter-WY, Itowell,
./801iWnttm 0 W. .8, Hedge ,
-. -Nylor~ 0. 1 Penoook. *: :
Vol:lItJa-G. P.' ltealey. .
: Watulla-Nat I, Butler.

T o t htttolidt sittioniui l at largeo
S ; J. tI. latrrs, JelTfrson II. Itrowne,
.. uck Kl3lg,. M. Iamrar, HI i, lewis,
'H. I;I. Mlll reaWry, Robert McNameo, F,
M. I tloutston, 3', N*. Stockton, U( 1,.
:' Wilson a rJ. Emlmnott Wolfe, '
After a disustiito al 'to, whether uor
o 1 ; itOt spro0(tivt. t'ttndidates would be
Aifllowed to hold positions o P tihe com-
..I'ttoie, a do.oslon, was tendered to the
eTsaqwt that thIbs 4wold be ptrzitttd,
44on,0,i W.H 4I..ll6, countIteeman from
Oa.," idedn, resla;dl, however, and E. 'A,
rawfo' rd of Qulneywas' aipolntod 'to
fll the vacanoyw,
". I$ ni m otiton of inet :,W\olfe, of
SsellSonatia, th l chairfmtl appoltted a
oMnmmittee tif nine to tidraft,a nall aod
rles, for the primary., ,
T 'his eommitte was selectd- as fol.
f.' Un a. L inar, T. .i M..Khityr'. A. ,',I
M.ikltler, iF M. 8imoton. 1', J',.t Vernlde,
V ., 1. 'Mrilton iand" $ 'hiltliih.i .....
S'lively light bfmatlde on'l thu date for
hoi' "th"ng 'the ilrtlitt.lmry ,, welttle l rer l tn
taor o f ttholdtlI. ,tht'e same on the
-' ,'i o !tt-tM iiilay ti t \ppril,' whlle. othe'rr.

,The cosmi.ukut'on bmrag.t in ,ts report
'5 to the 1to lA +st nligmt. but ,'. it wa .

with Jackltson lie^len+e" the ruling of
the committee could not itt. learned
v.i:red: of .tves .". ,ws5 1T.lp. to M. on
ro, Wilt Try QOpera o e. .

a 1lattin bcotmet 4' ed o -weary

... pie witp, have formed par4 t L the


Lady .ell Dow Stale, Sustaining
Painful injury to. LUt. '
.The friends of Mrs. '. Bll. s wIll
tegret to lean that s he had the tiui.
forttine to stumble andfaell down ihe
stairs at heritome, 200 East Moohantio
tteeto frldlay i.fternoon, suitatiori
pain Inur of he bs,
A aiiofi..arWal summsned at tonce,,
wbo a0mnilstere4 to theW rants of the'
peit, Whehl lthe fhary Was only ,
4ppKi$' 'aid wIll .not prove serious,
nevertheless It wilfprove quite paipftli
0nd will eause the lady to be, confi 4
to her room for severaldays.
Rev. Carlisle e,-.artn,' L. L. .
'Waverly i.Texas, writes: "Of aorn.
ng, when tiV raising, I often fdind ,
to bibletnrr c lleotlonh: -o pihlei.
"hch prodJodet aieoM opnd and I. very
hard to dlelodrTe butsifsimal. q2.uanty
of Balardd yrp ill at'

persoLis, needing a medilne for throa,
or lnd trouble." h rile 2Be, 0b., 4$1
bottle at Johnson Bros,'
Tax Assessor's Appointments.-
Tax Amiessor W. W. (olson wilb be
att thi followig placs oTn dates iMon6.
tioned for tht purpose of, meeting
property owners, so that property mIayy
Jonesvilll-Mondayi Jan, 25.
Moseolma-Tulesiday, Jan, 28.
Wdlv-,Friday, Jan. X29,
rTadotn-MondTily, Feb. 1l,
licanopy-Ttl iday, Feb. 2.
Lake V lew-Wedinesday, Fob. 3.
liluid airove-TWhurtlsay, Feb. 4,
Slaiwtholrn-)Vriday, Feb. 65.
(aiinpvilti-Mlotday, lFeb. 8.
Orange sleiglht- Tuesday, iFob. ,
.M.elrosoe-Weydnesiflay, F'eb. 10.
CnWaldo-Thliuday, Feb. 11,
IUro'l'sse-Fridry, Fob, 1.
nita F-intTndayy, Feb. 10,
SIague-WednuestlAy, Feb.17.
aiarbanktsbThusdAyFiob. 18,'ny. Fob.2 2 1, .'
Windtor-TuemsdayFI bf. 23 .
Onmpville--Wfdundly, Feb. 2.
* Oucky lTohnt-lFrlday', Fel:.NS. 2
A VestPocket Doctor .
Niev r ill the) way, to troublto ltarry,
eOay to tIknt.pleasant' and nei'r fall.
ing in results are. iiN\Vitt's i ttle;tarfly
l1t,1r,. A vial 'of' *11 t itile pillar in
the Ortst pok It is a ertai 'uarantee
gi litat lr'aild e, bit iOtihen's, torpid
Itvoir afid.i the) Ail restilting from
0ons 1i tat ion They toitoailoid stil ngthen
the liver,, SoldM by alldrtigKitls. .

'VWas .iPardoncd Out to ,
Af mtonttrt-, .Ala ., Jhn l .-'-Oos it-
:itor; )l(lAois. h's ar;|B til Chanryl Aey

I.s+rm wa01 'oeo'nloeted In n.,19 ii0 ld
-was moten ie to ten years. .The',
si'nor tt lauitg the pardOt $a
': taue o tio e statement of the l'ih
0101t0 itAleor tlihat t'his ;man 'I' it.
4a dtl condition let partiowu.lsmue
l olt"Urn it on Jrth.k;
4nr$ PW. )sld wit 0"opt. olty watr.
woarksShi^lrbRrg, Wi.., writes: "I
htt^e t$ieany kldadeof 1talmlment,

S i ;la. itarnS'e w iuic* iAia
fotr thetm :;. i piasn. I Lthstg

d I A. "1 ,1(.11 'a(oIn irce 1

isew u58), 1or*a, e;.-jw-nreuemsnts
of Rqslan troops a-v tte ti r he-
allttii river, says a Port Arthsr:' 4ie'
-patch to the Petald.; Two other regl-
ments tarted from a Mauchurlan town
for the toe destinatIon.' A .conien*.
tration of Russian troopS is being
nade near the Y : '
aids Wanted.. .
At the next. reglar' meeting of 'the
boArd of County' oomnisiloners sealed
bid will be received for hire of con-
iots ;for ensuing year. Any infoims.
tiPn wanted can be obtained from, H.
O. Denton, elerk. Right to reject an
and all bids reserived.
T F ;.-TH a63 ,,.
cuhe. a e d, iodt

Elduey otresble Marks You Mis:rable."

Kilmer's Swdamp ot
h e m ydr k id n ey, l I b y o ,Pvn
and' adder remedy.
.I' n It is the great mnedl.
i t, cal triuhh pb of rte niner
Si t eenith century; d
SWcovered I after yeavi e of.
m t isee research bo'
S r. K 1mer1 i the m
e o nt kwdnRy and, bld.
w* I ondoidp cst, land is.
wndrfully succeoful ieanpromptly curing
lnm u ack dn, btotiadd r, Iuricaid tjru
bih oand, Disease, hch-is the Wor.
af r r b kdid ne trb e r o
Dr. Kilmer an Swamp-Root s not Krc.
o6rme'nded i foevrythig ,butifyou havekiid,
ncy, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
Jut the remiy you need, It has been tested
Iln so manryt ways, in hospital work, htaprivate
practice, among the heiplp* too poor'to pur_
hase rollef and has proved so ucessu in
every case. that a special arrangement hasI
bern made by ,which all readcrb of thli paper
sample bottle sent free by mail,' also a book
telling more bout SwampnRoot and howreto
foindout l ou ie kidn trouble t
When writIng rtniion reading (ha generousd
Orffen ntrlis p per and *
solsend y6r addrhpe d t o
Dr. K tmer&Co.,llng-
hamton, N. Y. :'Thi l
regular fifty ,cent all end e of t hao is eO

ber nt ame, a Dr. i t, ma a -
ner's Swaimp- ioot, and the address,
BindhotIfton. N.e.. on evyberybtottle.
When wrtn ren (h.s geer


w ixE watif. J+Ig%. .dvAy. then wrfap ,or 'w up
Jo(el'IB pmpOlps i o*velp? att ttals.trora
apnen, uy.3sot hn n.okq at
tevia tw (tlife deeWto. I't i'H1 take saoue
partr yy 4 Otihru the r utllan Green hlikory.
Wood >uf44lS the beat Ouoke. When dre, tahe
oW tt 4p4iMlk Intboxes;. ahyer of oat stIrnw.
.t1e on o. fteat tttt., nd .you weil have K.s
&nfe meat aSan be.t produced. ntil following
Parties having railroad ftoilititas may
with pr t afety ship by freight and
htatve It rtrned. same way.' Mark
plainly to us and also on
box or barrel and mail u(s nill of lading.
Prepay freight at shipping point. OUr
charge for otoragois one cent per pound
totrt i0e onith. We also wi buy
ho dressed. We solicit ilttrlage ii
perfect confidence to give entire satis-
faction and feel that our enterprise is
of th1 greatest benefit tirthe farmer.
Yours for home-made meat,
It. Livint4totn, MK ., 0ainesv6lle, Flt

'Notie is hereby given that the inembers of
St, ,LU l .i'aF an ?ellol lutherar Churolt, Mel-
rot, ,in,, wAlh t p pd their harder, A e-
titlon willbeIniad to jutge of tthe Circult
Cout tatthe proper timetu t plado, fully .set-
n outtbe nurobe of Artis to be amendoe
nthemanner Inwih mtc h nmendmnent. l
to a* e, 0w O.W. ALDWIN, ,
el r '* ri.,1 I t* I loners' Attorney.
..Mlros, t zlw.'Ja. I1a10, 04
Lo0 t oe a OinesYvlle, Fla, .
u ItryIt, 1014., r '
0(09la beBy riyven tht the: toowinor-
n ed etts rlal. 01 notteof her Intention
to makttIl pr'e)f I t supitirt of her latli and
to, d rd pOf W efll :be madile before Register
;BS0il Kever at Gainesvile, l., 0on February
19 ,100N.,visa.
H .MAft .M B 'Of hateh Berid, Fia ,
idl.' 48;tor the N in-sort Io tm ofr ;ecton
I8 AE 1-0 Sw -4 & Nw 1-4 of
SSie names the wttnaese to iProve
her oontliuourasid e upon and cultivation
lo i Ilafd. vjc:
Se Guate, C-. Hfttheok, A. T. JOeII.'
Josep Hell, ll of ath tend0 Fol
d W. .RiBl3NrN.Reirlster,
La. and Ollice atGOalnesvllle, Fla.,
S January li; .10an.
Note .is hereby gilvn that the followin-
ntamed settler hais filed notice or his ntentnio
to lake final proof in support of tll
ualtn, w\d0tI th ttsd Iroof will be made before
Regltes; and4 Receiver at Galnesville, Fla., oni

lid. 02140, for thie Sw ~ 4of See IS, I) 0 s .
It. I 4 .. i, .
ie names the followlngi witlieses to prove)
hi otlntinous rt sidenoe upon and cultivatiiii!
of sial land, vie:I 1,r
WV. Lord. U, Slkes, l, ltuloker, :
Mkel), iall of Yulnr, MS. '
pd W. 0, ROIthiNSON. RegIster..
MEN'T TO ('CtA tIn.
Notice Is lereby given -that ron, the seventh
day 44f February, A. I), 1941, the Ktelev-M'-
Donald Lumber Coipitfny will aIplY to FKin Eu-
ellency., HIonorabi Wltllitan S. Jennions, oov-
ernor of the State of Florldn. for Letlters
Vaiten t for the anieidi'ents to It's Churter so
that theo SctIh.n, or 1'iiraigrtphs lst, )rdi, fth
and 7th, will real an a'ouosed blow.
'tHKu !mic Cl).om'Ar < .
Per IMJ J. 1PATimlti-N, Prosldelit.
Attest: J. iJ M1cpofNAi,, Seeretary.
I st-'The er coroateI nanie o thls: 'orporanthon
slall be' The E'sp nola L nt mer Compamy, 1o-
afted inid-hlivinh{ Its prin lpal oftleea hd plae
of liu.slnas -on Newntan's Lake', hear Prarie
Creek in tthe County of AIlu0lun, in theS'tate
O fForlda. '
it-The capital stoCk" ol thlis N orloriatl'ol
shall be FIfty 'houmauid Dillars (50,(t1a8 .(0l dt-
Aved Into flve hundred shbtre of the iuar ialue
of 014l)o4c ioh , tIsiued atd dit l d for, ndl the lilhancee of 'aid.
'Stoolk Mli be iunned am the itoard of Dlreetors
t4-Th e billneto(if this corptoraiti> tl 'to be
odatutbt b Py 'resldeat, Trea urer anid Set
0#Wry andi a Hoard Of DItreitor.constimlni 6t
thb The I tlourd of Dreotonr mtl
e aeB d ly the st0oekhol Roos 4all b6 0,ippolited by the ,iniaf o( Ir eo-
to. rhoe oee kof Stfereittay nd fTreaaurer,
nit he *14 ,by one and th e Snilo person;
I Tth'-- ht liaillty w t leh thil. e.orlioeationa ain at i'ta
(S t).tS t ,

NtocL o'1r Al'ITfAATION Wo1 TAX
DeiED UNt.1M tIoI'lON I or OCu APTn
4555. IAWS. 0r ,FLi t)iA. "o
Notice is" 'hrebr' glen t lhat .le)H Rush.
puro set of Tt: rtittse'e Noit. 1i5.
tc tin 1d;' d of -,Julys, A l. 11 .
0 flld >kls c tUeOttr Ia min oflfie. lind has
|ade ampltin for: t5 deed to tiie'l n to-
ordn ce wtth low.- 81 eOtra't breiha V
ithefuttowag dliherttMl ul. oert ht i aite et in
'slaehthOU ixty.'k' rM ,tt. *' ,"
Nnt'l 4 ~vf w ; wt. See. ItTp. a ii. I,-I 4) :aertt.
Tie sai taN4 being ra t rA'the ntoie of
'1e4t ti e ri.o;i au t Ic lhe, ate".l
* s Pst e7ler e a. w tohea a te n
'aeoretaB to la6, iHta doe wtil I*maue thereohn
sh(.EitS r P(, Ja|t.a- ..A. I .i.. :.
wil.w 8IB, LE,*at1 mtis

PoheC$AN AlD Ai t WNWIo
'"r .' "^^ ". ;' ."., 'eL : l.Y

IThe' Oldest hi

Guaranteed years old, By .Ah
gallon it00,- 4 full quarts $3,P
Guaranteed 6 years old, By.tte
gallon 2.75., 4 full quarts $8.00.
Guaranteed 4 years old, By hiJ
gallon $2.50. 4 full quarts $2,7
By the gallon !$2.:25. 4 full qua
-Guaranteed 8 years oldr By'th
galloti $3.00. 4 full quarts 0 8.8B
Guaranteed 4 years old. By t
galon $2.50. 4 full quarts $2
We handle all the leading brai i
Rye and Bolirbon Whiskies in th e| r
ket and will Save you from 25 pei
to 50 per ceiit on your purchllses. Pend
for price list and eatalogue; %illed
free upon application.; .l
50rfi .)s.510.512 FOiI'Tll SI ,

Order Yiur
Whiskiet From

In i

I .fuladrma piina Queen Rfe.
I full tual-ttil1i tcro-o Rye .'
ful iluarits i Crow i Rye....... .. .
* f MrM I R e ....... .' ..,
u fl iiarts- lridte of N. 0 Corn No. S
. full iutrts Prite )f N. C. rt(n N No '
All goods packed iln eI t .Iboi
style. I waIlt your'
and will treat you right. Send muI
order from prompt sh ipment i .
us- M. tJ 13. Ialatka, i

MIN UFtA(t- t: lItltS OF

and Building 9 a

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Potash pro-'

VotuevOie 11 nave another
lre which will Ma a i fne and
as not, o011 th, State, but the,
outi cn aifordi This stable
owned and oc0pied, by Oraww
pavis, and wi. occupy the satie
l*i ne building destroyed by fire a

a o^ bricklayers were put toL
sterday laying the foundation
c ate building. The building
of brick, one story in height,
4itimensions will be 92x200 fet.
1,be well ventilated, well light-
Ad in 4al one of the most modern
y l ngof it kind that skill nan fiake
e work will be perfOrmed under
A *uperione 1 of Contractor E10..
stock, a rkiCanat recogeld
ty. Mr WittstOok expects to -put
a e force of hand 'on the yrk1,
1 A;ihno o drabacks eccur, the

|, b din$p'ane "
II4 I be teady ftor occupncy,

A a a4 tii to light' that for per:-
siatent lt t unmeriuitl torture hade
perh4fst T ver been' oqnaled. Joe'
:'o qblt k tf oltfsaalifornlan, writes:
"Fr 5 yeArs I endured iftnferable
pal 'fpt rheutnatism and nothing
Srel ved& e though I tried evnrtthlng
kn n, iname a'a rossl Eileotrio. Rilt
terms and IO the greatest medirite o .
ear for that trouble, few bottles
; oft eiibp eUtejly rlien, angd ored
Me Jucias good fto liver and idd
ney troube and general debility..
SOnl 0.Satisfactq arantee by

Vlot i Ee a l list 1. making Up. the
6hr e fpl Af sondtville.
Judging from the, ally reports in
The Florlda Times-Urnion,, 1vangellist
Clarence B. Strouse is waking up the
people of laqksonille with his force-
fu eloquence. *
Dr7.trouie has, been for the past
three or foufdays conducting a revive
al service at' MeTyeire Memorial
SChrob in that city. The first two or
tnr& menetlnga were not as largely at-
:tend~l a. migit have been expected,
but the people were soon told of the
great wbrk and eloquence of the evan-
|geist, With the result that. the church
is now erwded at every service,. Ser-
rices are held twice daily, and Rev,.
Stirouse' efforts are already being felt
in that community -
Dr, 6t'roie, is aisited In the meet.
linns, whiic Wlh be continued 'through
S 8. Suday+, by Prof. Oliver Arnold, the
GtOpeli inger.:'
|ysry B(ttle; f Ohni^berlsl Cotigh
iRerwdy Warranted. :
We guarantee every bottq of Oham.
berialin's i. ih Remedy abi" will rel
fund the in'ey to anyone who l0 not
Ssatiflled 4fter Ossing twothirds of the
Scontnts this is the beat remedy .in
the wotld for i~g ripe, coughs, oald,I
croup at, whooping oough and is
S pleasant adisafe o take.; itrevots
ain. linyrlrd!ey ofa. cold to result In
S. pneUono For alei by all druggiuti
ianid uediolpe dealer.a *
ManAger DIgi IntAalled Fifty 1nndes-
.... lights, it Sig 5uldr. eF .
"There will b'' for liek,
rof Iilat in the 'abernaole," ree

ule fgas 4eets iiht Companyi
.': tnii li: LiiaA iinir..of the eirVTice

as agagema n .'.!".:.;;.-

freto, an)%
farmet W '

fa74w rw k ga eg ,trq'

Ilinels of ODr., Johnion-Notes of Per-
ponal Interest to Sun Readers', ;
lawthiorn,i Jan 21..Miss Fannie
Moore, accompanied by her(ieasin,Mis
McCtraw,. i visiting in Gainusville,'
1. i'I. Garleton, a prominent citizen
of Arcadia, stopped bver Sunday with
. friends and piceeaded to Jlacksonville
o.. Monday'.to attend a meeting of tilhe
Masonic lodge at that place.
Dr, Newt Johnson is confIned to his
home by sickness. A speedy recovery
is earneatly wished for by the whole
eommnity'. '
MiSS M lara liarman isr still vi0tiing
in inter Garden.
MVis Della Strange Is visiting in
Oala41n4 ii nellon,'
Master Glenn'Noore is out again iA'.
ter a few days' Illness.
Postmasiter lBerkstresser has': gone
'to olal: on b.blts for a few days.;
Rev, Tillman 1Bell, the newly ap.
polluted pastor to the M. 3.; church,'
preached two excellent sermoins; ont
dfidnay to large, and a'ppreolative con.
gregatinas. '" '
Mr. and Mrs. A W. R. Sharman and.
son,Clyde., attended the unveiling of
the Confederate minounien-t in Gaines-
ville Tuesday.,
SNight Was Her Terer6'.

"I would cough nearly all ,night
long," yritea Mrs. Chai. Applegate, of
Alexandria Iid., "and could hardly
get any siee8 t had oonisunption so
badthht iif I walked a block I would
cough frightfully and splt, blood, but
when all other medleines failed, three
$1 bottles or Dr. King's New Diisoivery
wholly cured me. and I tgalited 68
pounds."' It's absolutely guaranteed
to cure coughs, olds, la grippe, bro.n-
chitis and all throat nand lung troubles,
Price 5Oc anid $1. Trial bottles free
at all drug stores.
The Twentieth Century Club.
The ladies of the Twentieth 'Century
Club entertained their lady and. gnn
tilenian friends at.tihe home of Mr. and
Mrs. George K. Broome 'Thursday
evening froi4 8:30 to 11 o'clock In that
hospitable manner whiOh has made.
tlem general favorites among the sooal
olubs of the city,
There was a. large crowd present,.
and the evening was'pasied a manner
approprlate.i The ladies 0sf 'the Twa-
t 6eth Century Clob never .do thing.
by halves, and thi was no exception.,:
Mr. and. Mri. Brotome and their
ehartlng daughterr, lMis Sallie; re-
tamined on this' oooaimon their reputa.
tionh as host and hostesses, and those
who attended are under obligations to
this trio for an evening of rare plea.-
.re.* .: "
if Unwell,
Try a We bottle of Herbli'e, and
notice the improvementt speedily .f-
eled i n 'your .appetite eOnrgy,
strength aflnd igor, Wateh ho* It
yitg th. iptrlts, glies freedom
ffro indigtioand ds ilelsit.l Lsyrs
'1Oti '10: ""I was in 'bad htealthI I
had stomach trouble' for '12 n6a6h,
orie, Ita iid re i two
wreek. I e1anni resommennmd t too
it l do all o y olaim for it,"

** Anr O Ut ocrence. T..
Ther'e was an gmru4lecurreqnd in
Ihas 4400:s0 r9e d 4 e bleshirg 5p 6f
thal(^ 4rt^. to .a 'r oftehe
ho ut is tunut- al
No f,:yw11"y 1

awossi" vwrlte 1. -A. a\tllteg, !VeA

A delioious W'elvh iar&bit was served,
and altogether the foreiitolo pase6d off
in a moutpltasan manner.

Bdng on C0 ughs, 0
Grippe 811( d; 10fQ roltro
bVs thAt t only be
r.omPty nipped io the


Tar and Win*.
The Great Florida Rem-
edy(, backed by more
than a mllioh dollars
of Florida capital, 1.Look
at the names of the
gent len w11 who cor00 pose coipty any an 80ee if
this is not a sufficient
gu lrmanteo of merit.

W', 8. JORD AN, .'rrsitdent,. Imauier
Sand C.tpitalist,.
CHAS. BLUIM, Vico.President, Whol.e
sale Merchant..
Commercial !a lien .. :
J 3. WI AM s, n2A V e-president,
B. W. SPlRRY, Treaurer, Proprietor
D a v a l H Ot W i l . .
THO8, A, DAVIi, Secretary and Man.
D. I.loMIIA$N,Vloe-PrsiedosntCOom.
soildtattdMvival Stor4S Cotalpdny.
W.Co. YhI81, l relideni 'Tie Af;tto
'E. Capitaltt and Lumber
M ,nufaator r.
-' A, IALEIWII, Oshier fank of
T. 0. SMXI Assistant OaieTr iank
S' of Masdison. *
A. H, WW T a;Oapitalist lIta m'a I s
GEO 'T. H'POpSoOl, Qpr outbern
*1' *Aget % LifelJ Oo,.:

.oun 1t; 1nrl er
St. Austtti D sily Redsinl.
Wu J, AiA Couty $oteor Dai
val Own,

0.7 t.'. ..' .cO _h
'pap., An y co ,'qt# o


Jr., was the tCee of a :moSo delightful e
afair Frida limning, when Mr'S Mo& ur
Kieatr terfinied at adA compli-
mentary to Mrs.,J. Putletr oftoala

was at 'informal one thpre were uite
.a dizter pbisent, and All wh HA

ia:.t ilg.. a. e"
< brtendette boyedie t e thsioi, a ud well
's te eopitalita of .:r ho ve',,: by
and le was pla6seA wit.h t vigor and rn.
terst whh. natol i pOiy te least .-
thtsiastoie.a olt the close of tt lane t
was discovertt that the honor '. the
first prize, a' Iandsotne chmia phiote,
Fay botwepn MNlies DOnham ind Eiva j.
SlTain. The I lieo o6t, whin the prison Wl
wa won by'Miss ponham. Thls young l
lady is quite SuOcessful at ear4s, a It
wIll be renembered she won the hand-
some prite at tihe card party given by
Mrs. Johni Chesnut in her honor ri' A,
costly. The oonsoilaioh priz-"JackI
inithe-Box," wns out for by 'eshaimes
vVhlite of Norfolk, Vt;a, and Brewer or .
Savamtih, the forumier ,biuig the witn-

'- .E. VOYLE, M R.
tracts of Title ar d full idformAtion fiiritsheOd regrditig la'd in
cOuirty. Our mnaiager has lived inthit county thirty years and
is thoroughly conersant with land titles.


s .ntitng a numnbor of p 'ronilef ntAliierli(tel atidt ',gHIfIch ompaenie,
'..AL .. TAT .: .O) )QA '. '..
'\1G inaaeis-v^.2l~e-.1: l'*li;:*^la -^^.j ao '~lQ^1 .

TheI Alaehua ountyA

Our business tlrl.t0ly eonir"ned the va"lous details iok lnt "to 'he 'w i
ershlp of land, and we Iha' no private or perounal axe to grlnd" in odtOlOtt
with that~ btheis. We wake r Sp elaltyof the itrparation1 of ahtbri0aeti 4
m-ake exhauptivoinve stfgatlan ot tilo We -roeprea prooryo wnar0 inl
sili iasuterspMerlinlng to tho alsessnilmd nd payment or tx(t aid te to
dAmption aof (itstnadht tai x sales. Wnheii u e d prompt an ld ,etlable s,
vic in our lin gallon or write us. Notary public in salte.
m m\ B.m R, COLSON4, tMansger, ,,



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S4 fulbot itoh ,ill expres p u$$dp ro 4 p

good in lO am,, jk"ges if desired'. A veI ag
8t1oit b .lt i00+ tro I peor00
S ull line of,1.iVri e4 4 ( td ometlo
E.i, iA t JI '. '? : ::5*!ErA.1 ..

$ENID 0U YOlUR 1 xt

It 7(Jl walm h rsns mow o14 ws~u 41
^^r. dashe. got 4thl 1^



o trouble, wpika aelt
For Sale by hno


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vso- i- or. snoiis ea9' yesterday,
rs*l 0. I V .Cook, of Laki e Oty as its thP
Y oaltor to, oty oat tbuline6sIftoterday, and was
regitereod- t, t re; rownuase,
rstSivS b J T. Judd of Windsor, one of the
,owi: b inter .residents ofr that oierming
burg, was a vflstor to Gi(neavitle yesoo
,rogr0live terday. '
Slamo ,h Alt Mpartles that uhav*e placed their
14y, *-' ^:orders for eaargodportraltat, O'bozl
Hive oitlas s aid A & ut4ro will please cail lsid-got,
Mts tftr ansle. a ide.
yysr 1i Mrs. ZXo sHll and children, formerly of ,
k m this tyt ybutmsore recently of Tamnpa
ln i WAS Oa sidQ 0041a, have returned, and wil)
market istheir futurehotme.
S'; Seeod be-4n1, 1,10 4r,4h POiatos. 5d

V iv ,y earIsa own stuasere III
4Qr S1-4Bt4d4ed l drafted coan
treoi. Vo eryOastopk; Sevaral va.
rlptles. For aes write W, P, Mosn.
F '0!1altien 'A. l 'wto.i .-25
XA4hon H, Thfatms, a suecesstulI
yowIN, of' 0 nae, was in the oity
014,! iw tiel wih the l ted Stat.e1 s
l40 040 yesterday, and made The
sun l4l agreeblo 0&11,
After a pleaitt visit to her huwt,'
who Is( semoyed IA tahispatcher

b h Joeph ratte) retllrned tc her
home at Tappio Springs yesterday.
T, J. MoRae of Hfathon was in the
ity yesterday. 'He' has just returned
from Stour of Bouth Florida, ging ast
far south as Punta Unords,'and reports
thatt seotioni Itn a prosperous couidi-
Jack Campj formerly of Albion butt
itow of OalkA, pstad through the oty
yesterday en rout.. hme ofron gthe
41et ttnd.,a whore lie'tlas ben' lo king
sftsr the Interests if the Oamp Phios-
phete Company,.
Mr. l 'iMrs. George K.: Taylor of
| i)litotsnvihll are in the city, te guests
ofMr 4 1aa W. Bl Taylbor. Mr.'
ylor formerly A reoiait of
bar'es isr 41 40u t 1Aerous friends
aI~~* l on$ t9 greet hin an4 hIS
siaAlotwife again,
J.. Ea nse 1 the u0doetisful ligar
rIL0 ut seturer of Waldb, wis all o
I he sll tors tothi y esbakermy, and
pid'he Sun an agreeabe all, a fr1
ARitena *s Wakiog the NI Tolly and.
tunlts brands, both of which are of

qualIty aSld gpod llers,
S calon f the atersaln
p th*N QStit" wiss 1li iugsrsfat t

Oam WaednKesal'e t aiii ot *et$aa
Owtsliftaitsfrom FAirlield and 10tor *
etea i order to ailew Atlr

S o sf that the 0,ath wd t to the
'^astn waspnaen^tial st hius spley
$id th:saseal aggregatits il
.^ii ^ii i w0* ,::'::.:

asrewo on will
High Springs were In thel ty yestr. vsentie.
day.' They cam6te tomeet Mr SmaIth,
Sas ote homefrom a
J.s Wilsn of Oypas and J.ohn, T.- F. Ti
Mormslan of Waller, Ot y co~ty, were Nrth (a
in the city yesterday on business cou. Englie
tsete4d with the United iSttes laud tt.i ,oast
oflee. nopy,
Ml Eva slides, who is teaching'the os t div
0rosie shoohl, passed tihrotgh ithe e" e 0.
city yesterday on rout tq J0h4onville, tbipg os
where tho will ipend a doOple of day
with hr pirent.. ..'..... ...:. uet" l
100,000 stalksA Jaanese sugar cane 1
for sale, 8 er thousandd t A few #y but y
pouds ianme varetlei pean "nut5 "1 iery t a
e Ipound. GalnavlH Bottlin Work, is in the
nellle,.la, I.lOwSmo d ays.
T. J"; one, the mill mtan of RaiClgh, p rof.
Was among the business visitors to this made a b
city yesterday. Mr. Cone states that day. Hd
business is good, and that the demand Sprlngs i
for lumber keeps a large force busy all
tHe. timo.. :.:16. and
J. J'A rteilo of igh uprtngs passed ^v in
throu"ih thectlty, yebtirdy p :n p t ind are .
lhomeatroi Jacksonville, whee e has o r arp
beeli in attendance upon the Grand o .to
todlgkof Mason, as. a reprt entatl(va e'x: o '
of tlh:Higih Spring.s lodgee,, : :
iW. .Moore, t:he hotel man oif Haw. yesterds
thorn. was iSn-the city yesterday. M Sp
h'. beat: hMntig 'groante In .ioridi, usas,.
the gPeO mtWbottndttig plettliy I tllI nSiae
thlt tiIty. :. He nj.oys a aBitew tr Sprinr Ii,
trade awong thop whose incliliations tpar in
cop ,on. o. prae*

T friends ian thi tat ot tl ao
Itt TIen, who has b eto Cotlin ro
tho e hospitaltfww Orleaow fr Qth e.a
pat tow weeks, gratified at the, t
Information that Ua hM as tirol tre-

lift Ne eWOrleaa yesterdiv.ay f.or hoe, *whl wi
skto eto e; t arrilveiT -thi scho0 l tj

oh ylle, col d, for mta years

obth %aiosville, Thursday. might Ah gti
asid wits'burt4 yesIe44tey, 19 W themati
o0te ott o *stoiderly co f ored i0tt tay ooIs
.tjh `0.oetthty- ithat eli I
tsearly Iha'i t y. rwil be.

3e0l was In th.
ae The rilti an

shoot^ gotiton I'n

the -.xtenov t
libu, was l.radinog

packages and in4
oods guaranteed,

0, 0. Stricklaid
Sthee visiiors toP

akes, barley food,
reduce prioes at

. seed now n

en4d of Mrls. Poery M. Col.
rgreit to learts that that lady

otir-room oottage to ren t, n
a court honse, Apply to Dr.
%onm city, .or W. Alop,I
siknevillle. d,' l tif tleo,'
eor doorge Lyons'of the 'tlin.
Line io taking a rest at Mica?
iighieer Moodt o of he West

iri -It believing hism.y yetr
. Merchant & 6o. for every-
allyjtpt in a first-ohass gro.
ra nteed, w e and m ea B"
the pritoneo pal rerly of this
ho as been oputera g a gin
dikeaville foarthe past season,
citty on business foh a few

1. BI. Mott of High Springs
rief visit to this clsy yester-
is the principal of the High
school, and says the school is
a prosperous tern. .

he lty from Marion, N,.. 1W ,
leasantly lsated at the houme
dMir. B. WLeGorande. They
be here several weeks.
utenia of Waldo, the olgar
uret, passed through the eity
u route ho tee fron Ilgh
where he has been in thie In.
his line. HA' reports a good

er M, F. l3untioylf High.
as 44 through the city yes.
Srotte to his foriner hoie at
Stl, -having been a moniettioie.
at of the illness otl his

v. a, eltsJ tO the Awaslsths
as 4sang thle visitors to

I b*e*4a 'will e.a0b0e h6s

mon tedatA a progy ttav8

p shd*trI he goes to $atsnsd
trheo i et aatbe *111*

S lofHiapto',.o: the .:l eorgt
eta wd rFtlode "railroad, a:.1d,'
ilti tn Othat b editiihl thel h

i aking~ alremarai ble sucne$s fO the
*toe, uTh6m'mnaeipwery" ish all1 1od
TO~k ivh^th enable' sMN r sonti toA
-ie the n owsl niftuorm maktrialis
AtI ong the ariasie thtate y yes-
I x re obr. Mr.
ieffet4 and i Oltera Miss Ela-
| iht o o, tow,, aand eC.o.
.GtP ettypburg, 'a., whoa
hvg o'Oto eimain a few, days.
IThese, pie- are friends of Dr iH.
ir ad so of them rliave been.
'Qglii tvitors t1 o 1 ai0eeville for many
Year ,t ii to' be ioped that their
stay wfil be pleasant here.

I ,*6 t '. *'. .0
)'raok Oibase, State manager for thee
'StI PMOoiano l iimyh with beadq uar-
t ^rs i oksolville, after a brief visit
to A L. Reeder, the loal ni manager,
ha* r;turne to his hoime While here
mir. Chase arrange4 to ship a large
mtdbk of Qable instruments to Gaines-
ville, aid will in, future make this.a
shipping point for eotaoin territory of
the State. Mr. Raeder states that bus-
tueOsR has bI et:a0 ex. eel nt with him in
thi section, and that he hasdisposedof
fifty pianos eod'organs within the past
few weeks, o ay'
The Ltadies' A id olerty of the 'ires-
byterian obure. will give an oyster

at pForipyPridayevening,
Ja. 2th, All are ordially invited.
W .r P(anifs With blasting Powdert
Collibuma, ,iXB., JAn, 23 -Willie
DilUard, son of T. F. Dillard; Fred andl
uged e Hayalette, tos utof Mr. W w. .
baysbettei and a youug man namn d
rHaizng, who lives in the MobIle aud
Ohio de40pot neighborhood, with e
the other, three boya, were playing
near tre city powder. house Tuusday
*afternoon ,
A fan- of Old blasting powder that'
had been thrown out of storage was
Sound near the house antd the four
boya began acrapltg t the can and pilu.
verszing. the litmp of powder they
icraped out. They asprrikled the sltutt
over theory grass and ato put siom
1t their pockets for.ex.prtnients uVpon
their arrival home.
Before Ioy lett the t an they truck
a match to the ground. and the next
second the quartet' was ablaze. They
r*tn to a ditch near by and jumped
In some batagoiant water, all their hod-
ies being frightfully scarred.
Willie Ollard and Fred Hayslette
;are dead. Eugene Ialayalette- t still
alive, though suffering greatly from
tace and body burns.
Young Grioin fared' the best and will
soon be well.
All he boy* were well known and

Highest Pric of* Season Pald for Hun.
dried Bales.
OClbert0n, Ga., Jan. 23.-Thursday
about One h'rd4red baltes of otton
weoe sold o, the public square at 114%4
Taia is th highest price yet paid
for cotton here, .and cotton men free.
ly predict Its goIng easily to 15' enfs,
i oome cotton is astiton hand, but the
largest part of the erop bas been mar.
It la eatilati that tlie average price
- for th *re op p aarktest heye has been


loveone falls.Fraskfort ltoor .
:There is n paIce like tPhe top, eap-

t*A li E'.pttatetiu, *.Id thies


P'i4icipa d
Gi, S :,':: oi e Re aOl l


Assessment is for the ntirje .etln,
Must be Made at On'e I' Or
Secure Stat'Appropriation-A
erous Offer to Poor Children
An explanation 4 due the public
regard to thl order :f theBor
'Trustees to collect a $4 incidental t
fHaving the obligation to carry
school on the full term, the lbo
found no other way to 'meet their e
penses. The State has allowed us'$6 '
and other public moneys are in .a :
making a total of. $1,000. The o.
dollar incidental fee is necetlr on
order to make a total sufllcient *to O.6
plete the term. "
Without the incidental fee t]
school would be compelled to atoplp
once; and those who wished 'tho
children to continue their edueatf(a,
would be compelled to send themito,
private schools, which would cost dotV
ble the amount. Besides, the entirezi'
State appropriation would be forfeit'
'he-four dollar for the entil
four months.
Let no child stay away from. tlh
school because unabileto pay the;f
Bring the inatter to the principal 'ii
he will see if some one cannot be foud.
to pay the fee for those who are absoi
lately unable ,'.

Remarks of Former Assistant Aftor.F
ney General Beck,
NMev Yorl;, :Jai. 23.--An' attack on ,
labor .ui1 ions niade by former Alsist-.
anit Attorney Gj(,neral Beck, of thila-
delphia, was the cause for the remarks
Miadl by \VWillanm ., Bryan in dpafrt-
Ing 1 rom the el:(xt of his speeeE it the
Hollald soAiety differ just held here.
Air. y li an 'itlhr d there is geateri
dlari',.'r rom "c poratinionts which delfy
thn law" thain lro. It labor uniolit
Mr ck. 1 1 i s.slwech, said'
"if 1 1(. not. isrer
proslierity of t* 1e
around upo n a ip II 1
tially essential to' the progres.and"
pintl-":of any people, and that)
orllenablo ri'lit of every ,
work t1r Whon Iio le plaseaga4lM
what wage hu pleases .an( ,tafo6
f'r,.vIy, the fruits or his toft. T'i
ciplo Is in s.lde o td of vlndleatti t
lls country a:l ht ls'i hour,
Was iioIi bromulit .Into the woi,
work. It iii only htis 4rden.'( t "I,
right nld aty form of social, tyi
which (ioncve(i 9es thls rigliHt,isaIn
lte ly li is. hii, vnns. .I..n, ;
"Thme yrannm of boycott In to
tempt to cluh the free labor''of
land ntio silavsh sublrnlslon i '
Ior cllgarchy hlua been strongly -%
treated within a few months in tif
of Chlefio, where ItH pelopl weo
even given permission to bur,

Called. from theli Bunks Durlni
n. ... EIl. zar'd by A*irm,
SSan Ain o.i T,, rx ,.. .i-
ragtisg Iizurx o00 inlantryt0.
RZf'tIrym(eti thinly clad fil .!.
their tbiiks at vtt Sut hiousts
thin.'otoringl n answer to I
annatd general lIre alari m
the offeIa:rs quater. from die'r B
,. A row f. to W <,,ry fra4^g
was on tire oIslii h.oarletalj i
90ac, Ibachx'or qir,,H' ri. i ,
'wo ht-se ry t:,nlteirs' ne .

.srChrtd ani '0 yar,,' Of

ro0 rttN warll' otarif, r t(1
ed by,(:t.proo pj reti
:: itbd t^mope to t,hi' ala

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