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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: July 6, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00648
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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(GAINESVILLE: FLORIDA THURSDAY JULY
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PEN PREPARING DIVORCED CHURCH AND STATE. CHICAGO IS SCENl FOUR KILLED BY EXPLOSION. J

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Franca Has Done Away With Laws NOTED CRIMINAL'HIDING


TO FIGHT NORWAY Paris Passed July 5.-a The Century bill for Ago.the separation I OF MANY ACCIDENTS fasten Others Bursting Are SerJouely Boiler. Injured by H

Danville Va. IN
of church and state passed 'the July 5.-Four men GOTHAMEdward

chamber of deputies: by the decisive t were killed outright and aeven others

.. g'.Oscar, Win Not Agree To vote of 341 and 233. The result was} Fourth of July Fatalities and so seriously Injured that at least a portion

': greeted by governmental ,cheering and ota them will die. by the explosion Guerin Escapes From

-A Peaceful'Separa on. opposition blasts and there was Intense Casualties Are LarKe. of a threshing machine engine on the

-- plantation. of Bush Bane, near French Penal
.:', eJcJtement.'ben the result Axtoo. Colony.HIS .

., .KOIAN. ARMY IS MOBILIZING was officially given out there wen renewed Henry countw Vlr lala. The dead:
ONE MAN
'.t' DEAD: OTHERS HURT C. U. Bulllngton. .Walter Martin Lu
clamor, participated In by those CAREER REMARKABLE ONE

i v .i..ro'- Norway by Swedish In the crowded gallerle' and lobbies, that Litter and John Stokes.

'f'roope Will Be Resisted Different as well as by those on the floor of the Cannon Crackers and Pistols Play the The names of the Injured cannot be He Was S. rv'ig a Life' Sentence for
: ascertained.
chamber. Most Prominent Part fnthe Trage The accident. occurred

Norwsglan' Port Have Been Ordered I The far In the country aw-y from telegraphic Robbing the American Express Com
mont. Important legislation af dy-Nevertheless, Independence DayMust {
Battle Look.d For. feeling the Jon.e-eatabJlahed nodal and and telephonic) c mmunleation73e pany In P.rla-H. was a Pal of

:. religious) customs of France becomesan Be Celebrated. meager account of tbe accident Tom O'Brien Murderer.

aioekhoim, J Sweden July 5.-Swe. which U known here was
accomplished fact BO far an the Chicago July 5 -One brought to
'' man dead a
-'Sa preparing for war with Nor chamber! of deputies Is concerned. Supporters boy probably fatally wounded, two Axton by one of the men* who escaped New fork July .-}: ward Uuenu
;: TL* first hostile move was the explosion for whom
and who the police and
was so excited secret d
of the government Other men shot and 'I>
congratulate > a boy hurt by a
when the government Issued a that he lives have been
was unable to
{ themselves give a searching since
Ja.m&&tIOD. on concluding;: toefore cannon cracker, were early contributions con stays i
to become effectlv lm.iat the long vacation the heavy task uf victims to the Fourth of July nected account of the affair. The new Is said by the World to be In N" '*

ly. declaring a tckholm, Karl which has occupied almost the entire celebration In Chicago. came to Danville by telephone from York city. Guerin was serving

Ootbenberc an! Farosend to Axton, the life
operator sentence in the
French
leaving immediately
time of the lower house since March2Z. Charles Strelow. 1'j: yours) cu
old.
,war ports and excluding) all foreign years was for he any on Devil's
The Bcene, thus cutting off Island lie had oBent ,
opponents of the measure shot and killed by one of four unidenUCeJ .
ships from ,catering tbeir harbors further communication. from fart in 1901 for
utilized rubu
every means to prevent the men. all of whom escaped. ,ire L
; :
4"Itt1a. reportel here that the Norwe- Physicians tat
.' bill becoming from this city have hurried : American }Hxpres: company 'a,
a law before low who
the wan with
; several! friends
sn approaching had
army la 1 already being; mobilized .> to the scene Nothing furthercan of G.OOO., Aa he had robbea\
ral election fired I
gtt. one shot from
moving utklwrr o a revolver when
he frontier and that a clash be learned Dank: of .
may than 250:; amendments four who as theta are no trains Lyon. in France, tenor )
whichwere men raid that
they d letectls.
were
-
Ur at any time. The movement of from Axton. J5U.OOO. the French .*
ejected. The discussion of one demanded that the rut gU\'t'rtlll
party -
>
Norwegian army began on Friday, gave him! the minimum
of penalty
tht-Hi1 amendments sometimes wit to search Strelow A u
tat: that ,,time Norway denied that pled a whole sitting. occu resisted anc BANKER LED GAY LIFE. was life. In prison he met Tu
ran und one or the lour shut h'.m
'
warlike; purpose was In vSvw.fO'"b. O llrlen, an American murdirei ,
Th system dead. uu i
swept away by thin bill I
explanation given out for this His Extravagance 'Was they planned
dates Caused of escape The .
from 1S01. when the famous con Harry Hind, six years old. probably a uncnuie
aordlnarx movement of troops wa" Bank to obtain
Being Wrecked. liberty, and
cordut was nlgne-l by Plus the atlattr !
tthtl Seventh was fatally hurt by Katie Hug. .
annual reviews ; 1'.1
were In llauttInd" with
Guerin
prog- ..Iuly'The at his! side hiOuerin [
; andalolrun.. Thin 15
gnvt rf'Uglou.govt'rlJluentat years old who
; and that nothing more wall tn- playfully pointed wru. .>ng of the Vlgo Countyationa : became ill and was hanllr, .
1 <'lrl >
( status, the old
churches being : an revoUer at him. The
ed. Following close weapon Dank which to the
this
upon closed after mainland. French
a run of Guiana
two
government/; property with theclergy war waver, came the anouncemeut that and the buy fell witha days !><,!Ilowlnq: the On May 1 Cuerln
was outside t
paid try tht announcement tbat -
state and the < ntlre wound in his brt.'ast.ChKrl..s .
HweuUh government bad intro church administration I Cast| I' 'OU$" Conziuan was abort, is i lines and made hlfi way throuKhswanipti.
d in both house of the national being under the !Iknm-tt. :W< years old, was followed
by provided
an with
direction of exposure of scandal food und an:
a member of the piftilrtent'M { struck in the knee
right
stature bill by a bullet
a which
placing The
$25000.000 has heen.a fnltltlve'w
as
cabinet. matter of gossip captured and rutby i
The
new system abol fired by Patrolman ewis.. who
til elmmedlate command of the gov.IUe'nt lube all laws was for u )'ear or snore Indians before he got to Uu
and
gtilatlons trying to
underconcordat
to enable It to take such and disperse a crowd which hadobjected It U published today that In addition Guiana ::Ou miles north. The Ind,a
terminates
....ur.. It the author to the arrest of a boy for
as might deem to left
necessary Con/man's dealt him tor dead on the sk
ty of the concordat Itself. in the bank on ; rUParaniarltso
tb. crisis with Norway.lt placing! torpedos on the street car and hU
/ tiuckx. prolonged gambling he was In Dutch ulani: <

\ .Is now reported that orders for tivInK a dual lit.... A woman who had was found by two Americana w!'c> t Ia.nd
MURDERE IS CAPTURED. After the shooting a crowd of 200person
moblllistion!
of the
Hwedtsh house
a In clothed ,
army a select district was called him and At <;" nrtas

av. already been glten und thAt thpa Taken --- attempted to assault the policeman upon by the cashier so frequently that in British Guiana be was frost 1 r
Unawares by Detectives WhileHe whoa* forced to return to :'
are beginning to the
assemble at neighbors a physician
complained to the until he was aM,t 't It..
.. la Asleep.lAHtlsvltle. the station.Willluin po .
respective meeting places lice. It on the Jatrts
-I I Is said that at times llaxrlson tor N1.w >

:;4Th. military establishments of butttattles h Ky.. July S.--AaU't-p 1 In J. O'Hrlen. 27 years 'oM; she: had a woiuau friend with whm her Seven weeks ago Uiierln r ii ,

the undergrowth 5 miles below :New was struck In the_ left foot. by a
are on an excellent footlnare stray Conzmnn
and a skeleton.
; some one of his high arrived in Newor.. \
splendidly equipped and otn Albany Intl., William Joseph, who a S. bullet flyer friends called at the house the same time the state dar m

4. The first clftsh. It It conies; I is knowledge that be blew off Henry pert Butler, 13 years old. was I Injured I made so merry that the neighbors an d was apprised of nu rln'M tsoapi: .a

: Hpear's head In this city June severely h a cracker
gt7'to' take place In tii" mountain 1. uas > cannon were Incensed:: Another agent was nent to New York to tI J
gapes near the frontier arrested Ho was brought to this city which exploded lu his right hand prmaturely. w woman not
which hatalready e by now {In the city, to whom be paid at.tentlon hint The agent failed to lora Lila>
been fortified anJ which Ivtuctlws Itoss and iKtnahue.OliUf .
Is
are said to have
a note In the
pable of a atrang de feu. of Police Shutt. of New AI.
' Sweden.course Vlgo National bank for Rockefeller Must Pay Taxes
fl.OQO. Outrrcentty
t will be bony Patrolman Sin a". of that TO TOW BARGE ACROSS OCEAN. y
compelled to force city, [
he visited a resort and gave Morgllnto'n"a... July :5, ,X\ .
and
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away across the mountains If she put> Sheriff Crltlnen assisted $5 and 10 special: term
| to each of the of the circuit r!mr "d I IMoZongahela

open to conquer ,her nelKht>orB the detectives and a po* e In locating Standard Oil Company Will Make a and promised a piano to one of women them. : co-inty, Juil. t1 Job W<

,1f r..._..... the nmn lly his side was tar shotgun, New" Venture. Mat vn handed down an opinion (D 'ft*

which was tied! by him In New York. July 5.-The first at- .
.ohlt.ment In Christiana. t'nlJtngllt'Ir' Tragedy Over Llne"of Fence. equity cause of the South r."J *
life tempt to tow oil
an harts across the
r CbrUtlana July 5.-It U rt>'lort.(1"tha& At J".I'I.h'lI| suggestion the allies northern Atlantic Is being made by C ushucton. O.. July S.-In a. flKht nla Oil company versus C. V\ ln i, .:;:
over a line state tax coiTiralss'oner.!
fence near U Ills and rime sari
a Bwedlah squadron Is on it* way partook t>f ash caught by him, the Stiindarl Oil company which has Creek,
"
'hllfltho
'" shot and .*nd -
curs Sheriff of
..1a. Instantly killed MononKah CII'
; There Is Intense e.clte-mt'ut. f >*patched its Harvey Pratt.
<"I+tst was going on Jtmeph sat dt big oil liner ( 01. Drake" ,
5wo' armies" of William lawyer, a young fatrne ty. The effect of the opinion h I to '1 *
Norway and Sweden with his hands mannclcd, He( did not with a 4,OOU ton steel barge !In tow.on After tbe fnlff the '
stow tragedy Lawyer Injrictlon her..tr or t t'1.d
confront
each other went to bill
along tht care toVat. but he a voyage to Ixmdon. In
smuktr'f, and when I command I .
Dante
; Srentler. An overt act may preilpi. h... walked. Into Chief of Detective !SuI.IIvan' I of the Col. lrak" Is Cuptaln Thomas and barricaded bim -lf. Newso the plaintiff by which the a: .l 1
the> were tt-trained, .
murder from
>hate aM""lnlC
spread like
nghtlng at any moment. i Ft-nelon. who wild Mr*,
ofllcH here he has had long rxpeiea1n
e
was' still) path ng c I and tea the sheriff the sheriff from collecting tats, nun
a 'I\r. Joseph made the barge.:: tow lug and Lea! a round the proceeded in an
following
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automobile to the and gas leases held by Th r
ccene He} found
OPPOSED TO HANGINGS.'Indiana's fttat*'nient : Horn record. The Atlas onuses" his :
that a mesh of people bad In this county At fate am t mt'lua.l.
( niter niet Spear until the morn command took an oil barge from her surrounded ..
Lawyer's
fortress. The perpetual: ttat feahttr nt '
Governor 'Is Against Capital. Inic 1 killed him. "'f' had tU"'t'rlLl! to San Kranclttco, covering the din. sheriff called junction
upon the murderer which retrain :
v'jj Punishment Law. drink, un Tow head Island where he tance of Ijoon: miles In .7: Jaya. to surrender but -
he meat and
refused to .lo collection of tax +u:
so lie
had our Irate Hut h the Col Drake and the was on the
} Michigan' City. Ind.. July C.. Jtorke. spear said oniethtn<( barge point of breaking In the door leasehold for live years tad!
In are equipped I with when a
wife
inv wireless
which telegraphapparatus
1e made
.' Smith was hanged In the yard of me mad Spoar pistol shot
, Whe I Grew \.. This rang out."ht'n the offl,
i: .nthA means of communication
st %!::* penitentiary her, thereby : man grubbed him car
ex- entered Lawyer Tragedy Occurs at Picnic,
,. was dead He
I inn t will be useful In had
Imnt. 2') stormy wrath
plating the murder of his wife In my ref't awry. r*'turned shot Tlfton
In- himself through the heart Ga.. July Z.-John K .; r
with and especially In case the six,inch Pratt
\d ailanapolls. my khntcun: and Sp ar ad i was the tenant of Lawyer who ownei shot and InatanCv- ._"__ :n LHtoH____'. hr_, _Jerts "
vance.l w lh: steel haws *r the
hie connecting
< knlf I two vrs' -
iovernor I
blew
off
Ilanley. although
admitted I a big state near Wills Creek at a picnic In! Worth couHugglns. =

my.' ly opposed to capital! punishment, had hb ht uti<.. mill I am glad Ill.!," sets should part. Roberts !I.* a J\U',r

., rwfusod to Interfere. Ileferrlng in IndlanapolU Wltn SM>s do not corroborate ID is J Couple Married' by Proxy. peace court balhC.! nd ..Tvt i
I His wir' ":-\v* the F TB" .r Commit >< rlcld..
to murder
thepardon was c Kalamazoo cutlon _,
on .
power conerred owFiton." Mich.. July 5.-Adrian Benjamin Hali I
( to him by the ardly ),10.. July 5.-James R Penn of
constitution Van which
heaMtlil Bocbove. nephew! of Richard Van a fight ensued In wh
----- real testate and
that ho greatly desired to save Crew of Transport Insnrane eagent ands Itochove of this, city who U rite was getting this bet'. 'w
Mutinied.' now In!
of
one the best
.Ctenlth's life, but must execute the law. known business men' the Dutch King, a friend of Hall's
St ,
tide added Pel 'ri iirn, July 5.--1'tI.. minis in this part of the state, baa commit government service in Ja, rat
; \a. has been stabbe-1 Roberts Robert
ter of mwrlnc halt married by
**l have r..c..h..1 a t. >grain ted suicide by ''taking poison '' proxy tc a
, a profound conviction tbat from Admiral Krugrr He eon young roman In Rotterdam, pistol and fired five shots ii t a
Holland
a* full..wrhe
teased to his partner ,
;the state huts no moral a.d two other onp of
rlaht to take crewur the under the provision of tbe Dutch them going through/ tproducing 1Z
rothe life Itf transport I'rout. cittsens that b_ baa tor the Put taw
II
a cltlirn
rsrept In self de The climate ..
when la1n in tbe fist Invtant death
: Kiirvt\o Indies
K: fens Hay m ...I.-t: years been .Is so
aecttrtati'money .
a In
the fratMta- .
enforcemnt clf the arresting taw t-"I"a1RntS! unhealthy that the of3c 'r preferred wound I Is very painful but b'- w
ottt to
law r offl lently by Ulr maalpolatioa
Jj maintenance of
of prate and art t> r. cone 8rtti.r.1 1 l U tuttnNHt aaort- haw the bride remain at borne cover Both were well to
,.or, a* In care of N'Morti" .aantl gag notea and Jseda. ,lie. waa 41 un .
riot. .
Insurrection, >r lloatswri r K.> :>'trtn.. 'ill be Is given leave to r* King leaves a wife at i I
return home
.
were 11.11..1!
,:T b.1ttoa.. year old, II. tcavea a life iasaraae
'1'''",> I'rout 1.1.r"I..."., ; Word of this unusual drew and was about *5 yalUiberts :_
at Seba*'u roller for $=.000 la ceremony reach
irum.B lifeIs- favor of bis wld
too savred . .. Kalamazoo Is .:.
to tn
t+ I pul and U.. '- w" our i. rep-ntan ow. relatives today a young man wt'l .a'
.
.olbrrwbe l taken,
I
even by the .lmH The family
otfteorft t..c. be<>u released: th

tt-.tf.' \Vere : the Blate to adopt thatpolicy I I
It would jt> more to lucu.ale '. ,. New York. July 5.- Sentenced to Kiss His W If.,
yltll'espect fnr "Human ya. Ta. ft i: nabeen .. 'Jmly ; Edward A. Ls*

life than it ran do anchor' at KanfT aDd utton of the state taro fialteS ass sentenced 'la l>ul to 13 year* New York. July 5.-Georce<< -
'b7 : y an !
..."l. iwppeal.any to number the. Of neculions I e b rL I ;' !witlr) unto tiM. aiT has: D.mi op.n terrinc ha' storms aa-4:
'. 'P.r'ovtalotai! be people: end sal, tUat t'r' ,.d t" t IU.IttMiOU', tee ,...- HallsUmoa aa..lalIilf)) .. vitty' off aaalaacktcr la sawed tt M before M.
*,ft> stricken from the l\w by - - bee'. ak: .. for a period ofo .....: kaa-.fr isn pardoced by Governs eQarged by hi- vif with baY n* *-
Ae att .11.r&l..mbly.-'* "
>-c.A:: . c.. see wttt.oe: PgNdestt- J5 tll\" -, No reprota''at. ; 4 Hov, ewes his pardon to tL pt dosed<< her and their baby s

). t II I a' '.tyR, I
\a. W....":KUted IM Tneir R.e m. el --.......&Ctis a p.tltlute .. 'r ,asMa' ttoltatoty. KN a+ I iMsimltte* of tli e with your .rte! aad baby e '

.r..to." : Pa.. JuJr.i.-ails, May J I II --...., ,....2 .!coca r r '.tvk.tL At ry ,. tlt, wko e.tyr.i ." lf'rwp r rt Park' or at Cony t;.*>"

'r.t d4t.raile,., -wMoa. .. .. . "f'OW4,1 '\' darflsqk. Martstrata lltgziabotkaA.. *A--,

t Oosi .. t Uwth irx se oft I. .!1+: rJndtay inn are furtLer .
: 1I t.1&4'70Qr wtfw. .day eaa
.. .cxtcr.'estris;'
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THE DAIL. SUN: GAINESVILLE.. JgXOBIDA,. JULY 6. 1905 .

u

'iiEw 1tt OF CITY AND I Haw Is f Bally Today ?' A5 ,.ORDCTANCE.a .. 23rtssb lord 1a-ra

COUNTY CONDENSED i ir ""'Better, thank you. In'fact, quite well. L Ordiarne.to.b. TaUUec'A.a Ordinance
.. I.f. I. to Provide, fo. An JCeetton: to Determine :EJ-FD (J.TTO'
Fat, round and (full of life and mischief. .TBz
Whether or Mot lionda Shell be Issued CCEELE3.
Z.Id8aanders and K I. Johnson :ofawthorn Pink and white flesh dotted with dim. the Purpose of Securing JSduoatloaal Advantages for. .

[ were (in; the city yesterday plu. No cough no indigestion. and Facilities In or Adjacent to

t r,8undr. rnewd his sobcrlptioniThe All on account of Said( City."
' Son .. Ba IT Oat>*' iKKi> mr Tea MATO :S :
a* he d <*lar d l I.>. wa.nl>d r AND.C1T
i COUVCIL or errs CITY or O.aIIlUV1LL&,
keep ported on the i.t.ing. of J"AD 1LwSeoUoe .

tbe day in GalnesviJle and Atachua I-Tbe Mayor U hereby directed to

rontj.Remember. erne his proclamation calling a awclal elect Dp a ce t..aalnt _
I ton to be business buy cad U rorahra cad ...
held Do. .
on the alb
day of A air nit. rat*. The roeouass 01 baa.ka.bankers. =aeasa.e:
: the Galo[ ....vle( & Olin I to decide wbetner or not the Issuance of the received ta.orabe ierma. Soeetal.GrpOratto.e.Ien.,....,elL&la..cad OU.en.
fccUtl..to
boeda provided for by this Ordinance aball be ace. .. .:point in the United Stns... making eoueetioas en a..iGA ;
sa round trip rate to While Spring at that time,approved by the registered vo

m'Sundays. .at only II Train lotres administered by a mother whoa lore ters Section of said S-1"be city at Mayor suds election.ad City "ouaeu
of
}aaeevllle( at 0:3O a.m., returning atJ was tempered with common sense. the City: of OulnesvUle.In their corporate ca T ::mSV-IT..Lm.J
.i(30 pacity,shell lasue bonda of_lot clip la denomi ;; JJ'LOE..Tj )
J p. DI., and alfordlalr a whole day She knows that OZOMULSJON is nation 01 One Thousand Dollar and for the A

ht:thl.* favorite resort.. Cheaper than a fountain of energy for grown-ups -.otalamowa, town: Fifty .Tbouaaad Dollars
and
to become due
and
payab4 ,
aa follows
(Hat buggy, aDd passengers are en- too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes wit: Twenty Thousand Dollars la to yearn to-

>I tad'to spend a day on the banks of plenty of rich blood. For pale feeble 1 from each date auooeedlnir of Issue. ear 10 Fifteen years thereafter Thousand until DotUrs -

te famous old Sqwanee river tt.Che folk it is the chief nourishes at life's In the regular full amount numerical thereof order.shall Said have bonds been paid. LIBRARY VOTING COUPON.This .
tobrar
. feast. It cures Consumption when Interest at the rate of five
East.Side and West S.de basetil per cent per araoum. -
taken In time. All sell it- parab eeml-aanuaUy. end the Interest
druggists and principal of said coupon entitles the holder to two
,teams participated in a game of bond shall be payable at votes that can be cast fo
ball 50 cents and $1.00 the ,bottle. Let us toe bank of U. F Dutton Company in said any institution competing! for the beautiful
at he park on the afternoon city: and such bonda shall here enirraved In. library, when properly
the Fourth, which resulted in send youFree terest coupon* ati ached thereto payable at filled oat, signed and returned to the ballot boxes in either the
;: are tbe end of period of.>s months from the date above
of 7 to 4 In favor of the East Side Sample Beille by Mail 0' the bond: aald hoods shall be encraved un 5 tore..
der toe direction of the Mayor and City Coun
Only five Innings were played Write letter cil of said 01',. and aball be executed by the

....r, aa the weather was unfavor- OZOMULSION or. postal to CO. sn Mayor ail bear and the President corporate of the seal City of said Coancll.01',.. Said and Name 01 Institution. . . . . . ." . . .. .. . . . . . .. . . . .

and the chances are that the boya bonds shall be sold at not lew than par and de

'the West Bide might have shown OS Pine Stra t. New York livered to for.pay for In amounta the purposes aa the hereinafter proceed. are pro.lded needed Kane of Voter. ..' .. . ... .. .. ... . .. . .. .. . .. .... .. . .

opponents a thing or two' In the
THE'
Section a-The purpose to which the proDeeds D4.1LT SUN.
.. ALACHUA NEWS.A of the bonds
provided for in the p ec<< section are to be applied are tbe[following
r5tker.:. was a big barbecue and picnic viz: To acquire.build or purchase a building .IL
Bunch of Negroes' Shot-Other Lo or bulldiiucs for school purposes or otherwise
Hie
home
of George Taylor Kanapa aecure educational advantagea and facilities
'bttTu.eday, which was' highly enjoy cal Notes. In or adjacent to aald city. SE.A.
rn Section 4 That this Ordinance allan be E O..A. E D \
.4.,by those who attended. There were Alachua.July B.-C. A. Williams left .lobed In full In a newspaper published la pub sail .
".llq feral hundred present and all who today for city for thirty days after Its earner and ap
Lynohburg, V., where he proval, and along wltb. the publication of this Air Line
:;Attended reported Mr. and Mrs. Tay- I will spend a month buying his fall Ordinance there abail be published therewith i Railway
'' at the same time In the
:"JU r';as being the finest hosts they had : goods. for a period of thirty day same. the newspaper Mayor procla and .

.{j me. in several ,ea.. Following dig Miss May Dell of Trailer Is visiting for mation In/ section calling one the of special this Ordinance.election provided . . FOR . .

-V 1I.t, which comprised everything good I her brother and sister here this week. Section ft The ballots to be used at said

..A' ;*q eat, there was dancing and athletic* Mrs. C. A Williams and children are. I. election"VorEducatloncl shall brie Honds.printed" and.thereon"Against the worda.Ktlucational Savannah, Columbia, Camden Southern

V'Hamet, and altogether the day was i v visiting Melrose. Uonds." Such election Mhall be called

.''.peal In a most enjoyable mannerjri.ndsof I T. 8. Taylor has resigned his positionIn .1 I and held as and other tbe city returns elections thereof are shall usually be canvanned call- Pines Raleigh, Richmond, Washington -

) Mr. and Mrs Taylor ed, held and the returns thereof oanvassed.
are 1llshnp'e aad has engaged
: If the majority of the
votes
acct at sold oleo i
gander f. obligations. [In writing insurance.A. tion shall be ""'or lulucatlonal ponds:' then Baltimore, Philadelphia -
Mucb bonds shall be issued In compliance
'$,"_'Six couples this city, members of D. Walker of Jtoailla is visiting the term and DrorL.lon4 of this Ordinance with: If I
.. Dr. and :\h.. J. C. the majority of the votes cart at won election New York t
,"the Epworth League went Tuesday to .Bishop. shall be "Against Educational liondt." then ,
R: Worth Ington, where they spent the A baby boy arrived at the home of no such bond shall boe Iued.Pa..ed .

H": a most enjoyable (2. 1(. BROOM K.
'ioanner. The l day, June 28th President City Council. Three t
party was chaperoned Elegant Trains
Approved br me this 3rd July I luuft. Daily
"'bf Mrs. M. E. Tinsley.; Carriages Mr. and Mrs. William Hayes are W. K. 1HOMAS. Mayor/

f....,. used In transit, and the trip happy over thearrival of a girl baby. t

;-to..d, a pleasant one, the party leav- Mi.. Dula Wolf has error ned from a otlce of Election.: Seaboard Florida Limited

.. tog, 'In the early morning and return visit. to Aucilla and other points.

InK In the late Mr. arid Mr, W. C Rives and Miss Under and l>r' virtue of the power nod au C
afternoon and early thority rested In me. 1. \V. R. Thomas ..,<. M.v- Seaboard Express.
evening. Those who.attended state Trixii Rives are on a viiit to Charleston ur.of the City of Uainmllle., Florida. do hereby -

!1''a';' about 1,())() people from various >a. c.R t Uy call. of ltalne a apotal.TU.e.election on the rib to dar be held of August la sakl h

: u..mbl.d"or&hln .\.. Turner and family are atWnrthlrgton A. I>. iwtt. for the purpo or deciding whether Seaboard ftof
Mail.
:; ton on < r not the issuance of the bond Provided for
_.116. Fourth and that the crowd, waa Spring ty the Ordinance ublUhvd herewith !shall be
at that
time
and good-oatarsd, and every- Miss Eva Broswell of Tampa Is the of ald city at.approved such eleutlon.by therexUtered Totem '

charming guest of the MUses Stoke at Tbe t>olltnir place lor said election shall t>*tn MODERN tot
the rear or the Municipal Building PULLMAN
blot ]
on EQUIPMENT
i
the Mhctileld House Main mid Masonic ti'eeka.
returned from A wholesale I The pulls shall open at o'clock a. m. and
shooting occurred near clone at sundown of said day. The SEABOARD }'LORID.LIUTED: is solid gr
at a vestibmed
LP. a trip through the 11'e.4nderly ..., here SunJay night and five negroes I \V... .... Illlt. W. S. McDowell and U A. Hob'ert po.ed exclusively: of nw Pullman eq..ipmtnt.-Dioln Oar Double train> cc'

:* .rhere h" has been on business.. bl I r. were shot. Several arrrsts wen made Jr. X oa Miller are clerk uereby of appointed auld election lapccton>. aDd Room Sleepers, Stateroom ,ud Observation e"--oper'lug between UnwHl'?t:1

Hyde.has been in Lns Angeles and but at the trial before Judge Caiwt ll \VltnetH mr' band and the real of wed City. of gnttine and Jacksonville. to New York, via Washington, leaving St .\u |* D.'r.aol.ao. Cal., and prinolpalcitiesJn UalnmvUlo. Florida.- this' Jr.l dar of July. lu)&. p. m. and Jacksonville 1:2O dally except Sundays. in
no evidence I sufficient to convict was |IbaAt.1 \\ It TIIOM AS.Mayor. .
1': Nevada, New :Meilco. Arizona and Atte t: J, M. DKLU City. Clerk.
brought out. The
1.J)1.,aloo. While be was very much im- ( prisoners were reltaed. -- ....- -. I Only Line Operating J)


t;Florida:.f.1..d with la all right some and sections he will' he be cot says- Lake Mrs.City.J. W Dell has returned from LOW RATES I Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orlsau/!: plsHe

.!/!.tans to reside here. He
brought back. bless H. C. D..III.I veiling Traxler. FOR 0thqos
k. a sample of Nevada gold rock that will -- .. - For information and sleeper reservations call on any agent >caboar4iwrite
a pound but A. O. MxcDOSELL $. C. BOVLaTOX
tf""fMU.7.t3 that
says gold
A Deserving Compliment. Special : OccasionsVIA AII'll. General Passenger Agent, P.I.enlt..rjlt"DL sty;
al', and silver mining Is about the only In-
.,; dostry of that country. The' farina are llrci'mixlng their ability as instructors JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA gilt

t,,. .wan4 far between' owing to the Piof. lira, M. Lynch and W. L. -_. ---- .- -. . . ... _. - .-- .- teq 11
Floyd of the East Florida
,
Seminary
; ,>>'.great scarcity of Irrigation and alto- CLYDE Irisair
,.>..'bel' the farmer of Florida should faculty, have been appointed by the! SOUTHERN LINE
Board of Control and the State Education .
; eel thankful that. he U living

;1 ....... Mr. Hyde noted a quantity ofi4ne HoAril to b members of the faculty TWO TRAINS DAILY EAST. Ii aver, ,

fruit in 0.1IroI'Dla.I" the of the summer normal achoa!.

flavor was decidedly which will 1 begin Its term on the 10 alt! brit,
lacking notwithstanding in't. Leat,,Jacksonville !>:1O a. at., 7:3.: ) p. m Tb
,, that the fruit excelled f ...
; -
the Florida The location for the normal has not aeriesum
.. production In appearance.! been since lt|:!4.H: Baltimore.! Md, and retnr D. [
yet named the law
.} While he enjoyed the trip, he I. ;..."r' providesthat Ticket on ..1.. July 1.2.3.4. limited
.t "h.I... glad to get back to his 1'Joridahome. the school shall be conducted 'i at July. in. Can In* extended! : ft August St!maTA

'. > In Yuma, N. M., he! experienced the neat of the State, University" The 31. 1t )& SLop.o.er..t.allhln too. +

a heat of 117 degrees, white' location will not in* announced until{ IF4t..2.:> Atlantic{ City, N J.. and re. EWr6s i

>ttr* snow-capped mountains ,Ilah-r. but 'it is hoped it wilt be Uaines- turn. On sale dally' Limit October ,
in
x ,.Iah' were vi'.le. 31. 1906 Te.xw""Fmr: : $..t9.ILINGFStit key
i
.tll... Bar ifart
>or. Maine, and fI
turn. On sale dally. Limit lkto and
Jacksonville New' "VorU
Attention U. O. C. 1. 1005, I
CASTOR
I
The regular monthly meeting of Kirby # I.1O Saratoga Spring. N. Y.. and Calling at CHARLESTON.. 8. C., both ways.

Smith Chapter, U I). C.. will bftheld For InfiaaU and Children. return. On 'sale dally. Limit October 'The Finest Steamship ia the Coastwise Service Ye,

at the home of Mrs. F. U. Sea- The Kind 31. 19i>5.
You Hare
Always Bought #)<37.O Washington. D, C. Clyde New Line
and *
well at :SO p. m. today A full attendance return ! England and Southern 71eii
On sale. Limit
dally. October
.,
I Is| deslrvd.MHS. Dear the "'
31. 190ft. Direct Service Between JACKSONVILLE. BOSTON and ,

J. N. Staosuta,1'n.. Signature ofPunta 932.HO Buffalo. :\. Y., and return. PROVIDENCE and AU Eastern Points. nom.
MISN. Mxrna GRAHAM Bee.J. Tioaete sale Calling at Charleston both
... on July S. 9. 10. limited ways. .
--" '- -- --- July 15th. Extension{ hr deposit to
August 4. 1_. .,. SEMI-WEEKLY: :: : t3.dLLINt :3 reLb
J. Fnl.; / Cha" 'ere Pr y Hit By Trotle)'. 8&np-o. at Wa h
Chicago legion Baltimore and Philadelphia Ro- Southbound .. . .... . . .. -. . .. ....From Lewie Wharf. B:>W
The regular business meeting of the : ..July 4 -With a crash ot tag,and ...'1Im.... Northbound..... . . ..... . From Foot Catherine st.,Jaeksundll'j jClyde roesoil
..
breaking .
't J. J. Finley Chapter U. D. C., will be .1Ch.or"aact the tries of

': ''held at the residence of Mrs. O. C. tta 30 twseeng.n. aa intnlbua oontalalnc TWO +
{
Sg&SS Dtily West
Hudson Thursday afternoon, at 4i3O a picnic partT baa Wen upe tby St. Johns River Liner ofhe,

'0'0. I()(Ok. a trolley ear at Alston and Fuller Leave JacfcssejtIHe 7***.. nth 7sU p, lIet..een dt
4 Members tOG &vemn s rtve persona In the on* $&e." Cbteacrs UK, and ran : jA.GKtoNVi and 9ANI'0" u8&opplna. ,
are requested! to meet tttbna were injured and thetweotyftve r.mLlalaa Oa .....daU ., .L all[ October$l,, 19QO. at Palatka Astor S,. Franet.l3ere.fotd ( >eLaAd.nd'lnt.r.) :** be

promptly.' at the above named hour. wet ..verlr.) shaken, n.' >-... Lovlevllle, Ky..' and return. Landings on St. Johns River.

Mesa W. B.TAYLOK. 1'e.. ..blcl.i*... wrecked' Tteaeta ost"aal* Jal* ,20,> SO, hail,," Steamer rb.nsss
:M... J L, J.:CLLaT hire. s.o. None of heol Aoatnst 1O. !.... ., "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE'la

-- --- passengers >a the car wa. Injured al. ....... >[.wltttllsTe.. .:and r.tvraon > to sail aa follows' Leave JACKSONVILLE suudaY'd !:' tit

.Summer. Tourist Rat. Via Atlantic though tbrwrrr *aen by the -, Tlebaa ea4 ..... Jay ,1* ..e. 1:; ajstt Thursdays, 3:9O p. m. Returning:. leave .
4 Coast Line. listen. Tbr fretit of the car was bat liaised! 1ft dan.. iatNsaioo >H.eta Wednesdays and Frida,.. Bs30 a. m.

tere4 la. At the tine of the accident until Sep. ....K...; -' . "- -:, :0-
If fOO contemplate visiting. & summer the oar warn rucntac rapidly and could .10..5 Xash i iH.W...'.......< ra4.. = SCHEDULE V
.
+. >reanrta eee ticket& agents Atlantic tXt tr74ae not be stopped In time to lei the om- Tkr"&e on aatoMf t.ft....IStk .a1Latt paa.... .. .. .. ......."j ljg jHYiHe. ..Arrive *'."
.
sWpsn .. . ... .
.Leave
Uiuil
ited l& day r *
and ft** all lalor111alolI'b refraa ntVns clear the crosalag.Du. til Sepu 90,190ti'aettc* > ty *>A pUsa- **5....... ..- . . . .Aator .... . ..... .. . . ,

.ti : .. to rate*. rua'.. schedules and ; : ; '.tl Oa.......... .. .. - St. Fnuacia........ .... .. 2
lc, YnlLsnaa ..".... bummer tourist>> rater It Now I'lalac Curt. ."fM iIN ibt....... :t,. jetttAer1. .. .... .. .. .Bereaford fD.Laad1... ... .. . I' p':

are stow In effect to all the principal' re ... k ,.._ t.- -rlalt ear \ .. ....., .......... .. .....Sanford.... . ....... . .
"a. the ::ter r'barn barsailed (Infonaa&1ew ....
t. t 'ebrta throagbea1 the ......... ....... ... .Enterpriee.... ... . . . 10
country with I'WI. :. us" (0.. :':; : ,' t':: .; p.ltrrhucoa .-d t .p..'n .ppli4a'\. a

'Nt -tar limit, October 1st Bata have ., .' ''J t, o. r'' errs to ... ....s.J..t I itlri West rUT' D; >P.&a8..A.I ) TICKET OFFICE W. BAY 8T..JAC"i.:-i.

$3'A. ,.......wsoalleed..ao y1l !i8le. psoaat.ac c r .. "" :,, ,n m. .".; I; L U K. Jam. aats.Oe.t. 1hr. .t.n.. t7a... .. Jaeksse' :' yr,
., ..- .cksonttille, fla, (*" ,. '; ii aRlAbku.t. lratarAa.
frNOrt&;:( Merin t J 'w .' .............. ........ na. 11..f .
aal ......y..... r.LY'ZJlr.. V A I'C i
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2 THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE; FLORIDA. I LY li. I'.ior '

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::: HAD HAPPY DAY ON I I MOZLEY'SLEMON WACAHOOTA. t


Parties: P-cnies; and Personal P.r.-

GLORIOUS FOURTH graphs; From This Section.

I ELIXIR .
\V'a.-1: oara, July 5 -MSs ItcMaWlIViSne

:' of .North uf Gainesville visiting: rUtite -
Gainesville
: People. .
the -
L Did : KEMLATEs:: lilt. : .* here

;: and Their Friends. i I-IVKK: :, 'Nli is* ta{ ....ie Smith returned je ter- CASTORIA t 1,

I TU1l.UII, day fr"m> a few days visit at Shell

H pisPLAY FIREWORKS AT NIGHT I RW El..: Pon.1. ,tW'

J: I iiiltNt r.... Quite a ncncber of oar people attended .

(>i The .North. Galneavllla Sunday School the IIIC'Lle AVilliston last

> Celebrates the Day With Fine; Pro- I The inventor of the famous .. fER. ThjrnlayMi The Kind You Have Always Bought and which baa bees '
KI.LL s>CIi.\1E." a man known wherever ... Rosa Lee Smith and Maude '
In sine fur 30 l
Rain nerferes-Proceeds Go over years, baa >ornr the aljrnnture" o&T
:
t ip-am- i plows are, sold and u.ed. *ny. : Hinton left Wednesday for a visit at and baa been nmilo under hla pew"

the Building; Fund. I Otter Creek.Mi .
to
7Tf ,. aonnl auneTVlxiott HHC Itt InfUncy
of North Gainesville were ** Janie Smith is spending a few ** Allotr to d,Mcl\ In f
The people I Bare u.e.t "I.I'LJo;; :sS LKMON: no one you thla.All
. out in large numbers on Tuesday, to KU.MU for 10 orJ canes ';In IBTfamUr day in MIoanopy, the guest of Col. Couutcrfeltis Itultatlotiit and JTuwt-ai-ir.mHP* are butt n i

In the celebration of the Fourth for the .t"I&.ach. :ter and Mr John Barr. > xperlment that trifle with sand endanger the health<< of w" t
join and rer.. and n&a :t I. the test med;...tre I :Mi.. Clarissa and John Barr Wat- : r
exercises picnic at Camp Infanta and Children apln..t P"
" tad tbs t..,erveru!! .ed. i. ,. aI."I' -Hxpertanco lteriDteD"
speetrit kinrent a few days her last week.Mt
arery
. bell's Grove was enjoyable oc- :ur pain: !In the bn.or under tee
, .- Mn belle lUuknlght is visiting
.h."ld..ro
I lase nrauiertletl it nnun.erv
.' esioo.The program consisted of songs. rcei- >j. ......C'tu Lily wor.iu.rr. when friend a; Central. What is CASTORIA i

fcioli ..n.! !ran.r, t., w.ir. ...<1 .t tia.. .t.1 .- Mr. Lula Smith was shopping in I
t,utioos, etc., and there was not a patri. way.' .c ..-. I ie.-e..t.tiv.t.: :.,-. 11 o. Micanopy Monday. Castor. la n linruilc nubHtltuto for Cantor Oil, pare

otic iong In the whole category that.a.omined' TFRRKri P." ,".I.! nl .\t.... ,* t'.ar Hev Mr. Norwood of Wllliston sjoric Drops and Bouthlui, Hjrup It la IMouMiutU 1Ccontavlna
..
.
The Sunday school children l't IilOZLEY'S' '
preached an excellent sermon to an attentive neither Opium. Morplilno nor other iarsrsUo ,t
marched
from
': and teacher the audience Sanday.We .QlMtan, Its acts IH Its fpinruittr It s >Vt rtiisi )
:
ball to the picnic grounds at about 11 LEMON ELIXIR. are sorry to hear of the illness and allay KoTerlaluiciw. cures Dlurrhcua sand \VludlCollo. vs

a,m., where the exercises were opened I -- of Mr*. >. R. Bradley, and hope to hear It relieves Toctlilnir Tr >ul>l -:., curon" CoiiNtl| utlon\ '

with song, followed by prayer by ; of her 'rovenient soon.Mr and Flatulency. It aiwlmllat tho Fund, regulates. the
Mr. Hart. Nine young ladies : GANEY WAS CHASED. inij; .
Bev I -- and )1,...T..U. Smith rent-San- Stontacn an4Doweb. glvlug.Lealthy uud natu.ral.1oep..
a dialogue, which was followed i
then gave The Children Pawuca-Tb Mother Friend
: by singing 'The Star Spangled j I Four Shots Were Exchanged.; But Escaped day a* the guests of )Ir. and Mrs. J.

A recitation 'Old lilory" Convict Again Got Away. O. Ti*on.
E.nner: Miss Irene Beach. an efficient music GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS..
Deputy !' ieriT: T. II
hu
Miss Grace Wolf was very nicely I Granger returned
by j Mr. Ur d.
teacher of Fellowship is at
Jimmy Campbell alto did : from "olumbm ,'nutltJ. wherehe '
rendered. {' has .haw' citing lessons to his daughter. Bears the Signature of _
well. There were many other line !selections been for the past few day ou
otUlial Mi* <-; tititine.i.ittle .
on the program and the main bovines.
Thelma Curry celebrated her
address of Mr. Albert Turner was a Or1ct'rirllu".r! states that in company "
. fourth birthday Saturday June 4th,
clever and pleasing talk. The with Deputy heriT! Terry of Columbia -
very from 3 to 6 o'clock.tames were the
. speaker said he would Dot detain them' county and A colureil man by VU
order of the day. During the after.noon
: long bat every word was full of good!, I I.hole.omel.d"iceo J the nam of Kerry Sullivan, he came delightful refreshments were

the young lie 1 in contact with Turn Honey, the e.;aped & -

proved' by his brIef' allusions! to the j jtopics ville.couvict r-ntimlrty from afternuonnear Itaker'aeanipat Otilum-Camp- served the consisting large; oak cf trees Ices on and the cakes lovely under The Kind Ton Have Always Bought :

of the present day that he is j
lawn near the house. She was the recipient
well up injcorrent events, as well as bia City and, l that fotir shots were t'X.I' of many handsome presents.As In Use For Over 30 Years.
changed between :xilliritn ana (
the history of our country. He was without effeif. The tanry starlight approached all bade her .....e..v.ws........ cc w.rv-n. Mew sere sew
applauded as the close. I' dogs refused to
warmly
good-byv and wishing her many more
make the eha*e. with the result that
After a song the exercises were l happy birthdays.
Uaney succeeded in making hisreapr
again
closed and most of those present indulged "rte Fourth of July was celebratedwith
into the -; . . .. . .
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in a picnic dinner. Baskets I a picnic under the large oak trees toc3ssMERCHANT&COS
It will be remembered that (ianeywan
well filled were brought forth and the near the residence of Mr. and Mr. V
sent up from the circuit court of
crowd was preparing for a good social 1'. bmith. A floe time was had by all ,
this county about a year ago f >r murder ,
time, when the rain came down at a I and was. sentenced to a life termin present ___________- Retailers and Jobbers In ';
lively rate and many sought safety
prison. He tnade hl.'lc.dlJI escape Forced to Starve. '
from theldownpour in the hall and
about three mcnth ago 11. F Leek of Concord Ky, says and
other places.It Staple Fancy Groceries
-- "For :'O years I suffered agonies, witha toSrarn
rainedat| intervals during the af- North Gainesville Marriage
sore ou my upper Up so painful

t.nlooD.luttlog, but a atop remained to the baseball at thercnsdi Notary Public Palmer who !I. always: sometimes, that I could not at. After larstoR Seed. and. Fsriillzers. \
game many
awake to the time, had the pleatareVedne vainly trying everything else, I curedit
and enjoyed the swings and SOUTH BIDE SQUARE t i i OAlNflSVILLE.Highest . rLo.un4
1
\ of in the
(iay uriUli.K holy with Hueklrn's& Arnica Salve. It's

her auanemeuts.: The use of the bond of matrimony John J. William great for burn*, !uts and wojinds. .\& market pric! paid for Chickens.' KICK and other I'rudoe ,;,
roandi tendered the ,.
were by owner and Mrs. Millie M Crouch aged; fifty all drug store ; only 2&a. "
(r. Campbell and the crowd was very Ii'
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Orderly and appreciated his klod n..... and "venty-rtve.. respectirvly Notary1'almer TOURS TO COLORADO AND A Complete stock of Hay, Corn Oata. Flour, Bran Meal, Cotton Hs>*d Ih.l'1/,
performed the ceremony in his and Rye.V. handle VERY DKHT goods at the LOWEST ,;
At 8 o'clock at night the people again: ; usual clever way. CALIFORNIA. PRICES andtheguarantee satisfaction always. <.

ran to assemble to witness the dire The wedding was a tju'et' one, only afew
'plsyuf fireworks. Mr. Albert Weber friend of the contracting partiesbeinc i Choose Time. Route and What to See.

Henry Ramsey Col. I. E. Webster and present.Mr On numerous dates May to October

other had purchased quite a large and l Mr I *. WilliHnm will continue It- 3. excursion rate are In effect toColoradJ. SSTRAttREAL TY COMPANYE. ;

quantity, and they were set off in good to reside in North iiinenville.. and ; California and thn Pacific

sty IP without a mishap during the friend wish them a pleasant matrimonial Northwest. fly specifying "RockIlan 4
% CJCJr p whole time Some of the pieces were life.Baseball
my fine. the most for jour money In the way of E. E. VOYLE. MGR.

Mr Weber invited a number of hit Players and Foot Racertl sights to tee and side trip to take. Abstracts of Title and full Information furnished regarding lands. la flue e ecounty.

fmnd to partake of refreshments at Louis J. Krutier, ex-champion long I I Stop off in Colorado take In the Rocky! Our manager has lived In this' ..ou"Illblr'J years Sal ,

.his home after the exercises were distance fait racer of fiermany and I Mountain( reports, visit Yellowstone thoroughly' conversant with land title. ,

overand many aviiled themselves ofkii Holland, write (let. :.'i. IfiOl i 'Dur- I Park then to I'.irtlaud Exposition. Return .

Renerotit hospitality lemon punch ing my training of eight week footraces ; via California. Full Informationfrom
i i T i E 'V a IJ E I
la.,1
being] served to all. at Salt Lake City, in April John :;Sebastian passenger traflta ..

The sale of ice cream and lemonade I used! r.allnr'l' t now Liniment to my mar after, Rock Island Hystem Chicago FIRS, ACCIDENT BUROLARY AND INDEMNITY !INHUKANCC. I spree ,

Retied the Sunday school a very neat greatest .ati!+factiou. Therefore, I ...&Inc a number of prominent American and tnJrIi.h euiu/ani*..
hoow Liniment to REAL K8TATK AND OITV IASH,
recommend
lam highly
to be used in repairing their place If the Baby 1 la Cutting Teeth
[of meeting. all woo are troubled with sprains.bruises I C 83.az.eevill: e. r t .Fr 1or'1.d. ,+

The day or rheumatism," i'A was enjoyed by a large numr Winslow's
Mrs. tIooab-

be Gtin.nijlle, in spite,|)) friends of the rain scored and another our North vice $l. bold by W. M. Johnton. tog Myrup remedy, for children teething. It Take The Atlantic Coast Line 44

A Pleasant Party. soothes the child softens the gums,
[wry as
f'nt..rtRinfOn.BIG allays all pain. cures wind colic and lathe
of North Gainesville
.\ pleaant: party
best remedy for diarrhoea. Twen FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS
TIME AT TRENTON. folk. bent on aday'euutlug. picnicked

*raiHundred; Gathered to at was Halle'nk plenty. : of\ good on the thing Fourth.to eat There and ty-five onts a bottle 1q Y"..s tysese vie N.Via a 0 T use.Via... 'ra .
for Prize' th t
Shooting N orb t K act t S
es J.r.se aaOa II .
Celebrate the Glorious Fourth. drink spent, in with a the iiiont.result delightful that the manner.day was I The Gainesville Guards'met at their .I..cJe 9r J..f1U., oU aNSa..atp 1.1.. M_w.easel' !!;

the Kood people of Trenton and viU ,- their respective new rang on the Fourth and did some
The Party returned to I l Service
Transit **
and :
Rapid UnHurpas
.**.mbl..d at that plaee on the homo in the early evening very good shooting at Interval, notwithstanding :

rtou Fourth to show their pain- the rain Interfered with Tlma Tabl. In affect April 145, Uilol.J. '

mm, and participated In a big picnic. A Surprise Party. them much ..f the afternoon.,
,
Arrive ltotflr
rl' were I Captain' Layton won the modal fur Depart For OAINKHVILLK: y
several bandied present tHt'1 .
.\ pleasant *urpri e parry may _." :: -- .
the day was paaeed in a manner given to your stomach and liver by f the ax) yards rmogw, I'rivatw D.veaeaa u)pm High 'Hpriags and In'.'- I 'I fro. v ;

"O cute to the.oeeaaIOD. taking a medicine which will relieve captured the 3OO yards pri<.. Lleoten- DallyUslbpas, -r mediate Points ; Dally r ''f/...'

While there were several addressee discomfort, vi* : Ur. ant Hlandlog was the wlooer of the -"..

of which were good, Christopher their King's pain New and Life 1'111Th.., are a mod t prize at all rang**. OaaJa. l>*.burK aiui Tampa, and i craps. i.
j
he ton of this city waa the orator of wonderful remedy affording sure relief There .U no doubt bat what the boys Dally Intermediate. --Toints.--- Dallyd

IT sod it is said by those present and euro fur headache all drugKlsts.dizziness t will send some good marksmen tel Ht.Auguctine 2mp. Palatka. .Iuk.oo"UJ. 1 r.pea.
2.V at
J h| did himself proud upon this oc- and constipation at the Htat shout la At.go. Dally I Korth. Kt and W..& I Blsny
I
Whit Spetnc .I. _ .._ I'Savannah. KrunswUk, $*IIpts '.
h.re&I Low Rates to 12a01p.. Ulch Vprlaip. WayeroM, .

Ihs'le. of a the big maxniflaent dinner sp.read.under' Trenton. Wp-nd a while: at 1t't.iteprin..*. the Cheerfully R.eonam ne'.d for Rheumatism .Dally I __j- AU> fay. Atlanta all Poloi North. Ease: Wet I-'Dally- 1;:

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sad altogether the day was leading health report of the :hate. 011'1 j 1116 aID ;.. '

I' '* s most enjoyable,manner "the far-famed duwnn rirer j jGainesrille O tl. HlgU-e, !DanvilU 11L, writes. ilflpm 't KoeLelle 3Jicaoupy and Clara -----1 I

Mstheson aDd others from and Gulf offsrs the follow : !>e4:. 2, l&Oli About two year ago I Dally Dall1 71i .

..s loa low n-ut-J-trtp rates from Oaine..| wa laid up foe f oar months) with rhsumslUra -
*
who
attended the picnic 1,
ra b to the vi'I. Sue >01,. Hi ticket ro'4I J, I tri-O. &.I lard's Moos 1"<01.m. ;ttio a 1: '
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city Wednesday. ' -a,, and tt rnitif Jlony.. ...& ; otto bottle eared" 'm-t. J.... lIan-a-l- High Nyrings' I, D Ily-.4

For .2 "r't. '" j good for flfte.t. slays. r.rw.rfollJ' reeommettd U to all .uff.r* .)I ". .s. .....3;:
Selling Liquor I "'srte! da.i, service. For furtoer ink, frosn like aChe''''." 2i-j, 6O and

!:", Sheriff Granger arrested Sol. 13 ..,ula" inquire' of ticket agent tf II. HoW fcj W MKeep Johnson.xa latereaaaMabU Mll.eg. Tiek.ls, good over lIjOOO mllwi cf amoa*flu yfjbXiIpal

..toQ and Dan William;, colored par __ ._ ____ ___ '_ ._ _ ____._u.________ __________._.-.U__._________.____ raUwayaiai the Booth.rn fltatM. ara o. aU by'fJM pttMlpal a smta. *jir3 -
a'aarge of selling liquor nearSaturday. Through Fnllman sleeper fort ?asap* to Dfsw Yorb. via AUaatULfaaj CsSii. ,
.n, lih. in good hemlfii. also via Atlantis Coaaft Ua aad, fiootham BcUvraf ;,+
rev.. pl4r s* laf orosatkM.smU oss a 'j.,,
tr
.I-On. Cure cocftlpulotl. GctrM '
were arraigned before your J. A. Tick t Q/IliilavMM.
l5"'u Q IDWIN, Agsnt. .
and required to give a of your bUiouiaess. Mire daily '
tX + 'r.*
.f t''o weft for their appssraaaae tnotftanet of tbt: bofr Urtt t1 sc S. ej > We D.T B 1Pal1 .'x

it.'JM 1& to rat of the ttrlraina! eoo,.. J1ycr's 1' CIIS YtNt ;;- ti f W t-llalf@IatJ

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DAILY, SUN: GAINESVILLE: FLORIDA, JULY (i. 1105. -.



, 41athusbek I KATIONAL DEGEN1RACv." B"t7SJ:2oiJESS.: trgRa:: .

SECRETARY HAY'S Pianos COTTON ADVANCES -- -
; The Universal Greed for Gold la Un -
-. dermining Our Nation. DR. Da VERB Il: MOURIs-

BODY LIES. IN STATE OVER $5.00 A BALE New York. July 4.-Rev. Dr. G. Wy.

> > FOR SWEETNESS! ASD PUK1- lie. preached last night on "National . .DENTIST. .

I Degeneracy," In the Scotch Presbyterian

Remains Kepoae In Cleveland TY OP TONE, roWER A3D Government Report S9nd3 The church and said:

DURABILITY. "Greed for gold Is almost universal
Fleecy Staple Upwards. Office over Marcus End el' .
a
Ph0
Obamber of Commerce. In America. To use an offensive term ..'

-- 'graft seems everywhere. This craze

JUMPS UP ONE HUNDRED POINTS: for wealth leads; to cheating, stealing, r. A. CARLISLE,
, CAftKET COVERED WITH FLOWERS Ben piano for tbJt xi j lor cllmste. stsudsln
lying and.man7 Immoral features In
, 'jute longer tbsa otter.eooswuct of ATTORNEY AT Lark,
j The Funeral Will Occur at the Laks best naterisls. and mat srtn.w Excitement on Floor of New Orleans business life Here in New York men
workmsesblp obtainable have' tarnished their names by tbe And Solicitor in Equity
and New York Exchanges Was Intense i
View Cemetery -Few. People Were I UP today." every manner In which they bave dealt with

,' .'at Depot When Train Bearing the detail sad UnSold -Bulls Completely ,Control the the trust funds of a' great Institution. Real Estate, Conveyancing; ana vea.
; eQuAled.
, Situation. Men well known respected high In eral Practice. All business
promptly
Reached
Corpse the City. attended to. Office
next door ,
M commercial and social station, have t qua
;' by na continuously for \VashlnKton. July 4.-The monthly offleeGAINESVILLE: ;, F'a' D.,
. .Cleveland.. 0., July 4."yered withpalms' taken fire into their hands and It baa
\> '' and .wreath of rott and bio. report of the ,chief of the burea.-"-? burned them to' the quick. We have

soms-'of sweet peas, the casket con. OVER THIRTY TWO YEARS statistics of the department of agriculture had an exhibition of 'high finance'pushed J7ERD1NAND BAYER

'talotDC the body of John Hay waa atSIB wilt show the average condition to the limit.4e need to Imitate ATTORNEY AT LAW

o'clock this11 morning placed in the without a single failure. If von of cotton on June 2G, to have been the municipal authorities of Glas GAIMKSVILLJC F

(..atldltorlom of the chamber of comnerce want a piano for a lifetime's 77. a. compared with 77.2 on May 25, gow |In the bank scandal where directors o. 0..
service buy the1la. 205; 88 on June 25, 1904; 77.1 at the '
; ;;ft here, ,Jt will remain under military of high standing were sent behind Can sell
: I corresponding date in 9U3, an V tta- your city property tm.
guard until tomorrow morning. \ < .a prison bars. The trial and conviction and unimproved
)
,
:irben It will be taken to Wade Chapel .thu eche k T i year average of 84.6. of guilty men who have not trucking and farming lands.photrhat:Send him!:

!'in 9.Lake View cemetery for tbe last scrupled to restore confidence In the a list of what you offer for sale 2tUIL!
!wervice Prices aa low aa la consistent with qllal1'T.1 New Orleans Market. majesty of law; for law ought to deal

i'r.jTbe train which brought the body 'Cuif or on e..y.rma. Beat oa 18 New Orleans, July ".Cotton here In the same manner with the rich And W.E.. BAKER. '
trial. We. pay .rref4rbrfCI. today. tool another bound upward on
r--.Jr11.j o.Cleveland. wa_ __the_. ,Lake: .for prices TODAY. poor.
4iitors Imtted, due In thin city at 0:05 tbe reading of the goverumenG: report.A "Evena.t' the risk of being called A OI 'iEY-AT.L.A.

; ddoek. At the IJtetle suburb of Glen dense crowd parked the ring in an sensational I affirm from this Christian : . SOLICITOR IN OUA e1.R\

; ;;"Je"..,5 miles horn this city where ticlpatlon of the report and there! was pulpit that the president of the
4BsUnu Mather a brother-ln.law of Ludden & Bates a throng in the galleries. The report United States in his dealings with
showing conditions to be 77.2 less GAINESVILLE. Alachna Co. F'L3
H"y' resides, a ahort stop was grasping corporations and ex President
Office
in Endel Block.DR. .
;tttrfa4e! and the funeral cur. together than for June was extraordinarily brill of the United States In his dealIngs -

,With' the car In which the member Southern Music House lab and cotton In the active positions with grasping corporations and

'.f< .' icbed( from the train and placed upon SAVANNAH GA cent a pound. Subsequently there wart state superintendent of Insurance, Mr.

'j+*_a 'aiding. There was nobody at thealallon JOHN D. MURPHY Mgr tome reaction of profit taking. Hendrlcks. Attorney General Meyer
? when the train arrived save The expectations here was that the and District Attorney Jerome Rave DES TIS'!.' .

.two'or-three railway employee and a ESTAULIHIIED 1870 report would be bullish and when the tbe opportunity of their lives to serve

l ,Tew newspaper men. Two automobiles GAITHER a BRYAN., State Ag'ts, expectations realized the bulls drove hundreds of thousands of their fellow

r were Awaiting the arrival of the party TAMPA FLORlUa.OTE1 the market 'upward with all their I citizens by righting a great wrong. Over Dutton A Co. Back. G.ce.f: e

,and no time was lost In departing for might. There has been one July report -

','ftheVesldence of Mr. Matber. lower than trls In 1900, when Indigestion. _
BAD NEGRO KILLS THKEE. 10.3&3.422: bales off of ol UORDON B. TIfeON,
un
::): The car remained at Qlenvlll] until average With its companion, heartburn h atulence Da

V'10k o'clock, when In charge of offl14of 25,421.000 were rained and the knowl torpidity of the liver, connti-
the Lake Sbore road and un40oompanled Four Others Are Wounded-- J..lous' ) edge of this fact gave strength to the DENTIST.
pation palpitation' of the heart, poor
by any member of the I. the Supposed Cause.Americus. bull campaign. Tbe market opened; blood, h..dlleh.and other nervous
Ga,. July 4.-A wholesale with light and there
)Ily' family It was run down to the trading was a fallow skin foul
symptom, tongue
'Union depot In this city. shooting affray occurred near Amerl tendency downward. When the report Offlc in WIDer Law E1c1&t.: :eOArns.vll.La.
offensive breath and of oth..railmenta.
ff.Awaiting tbe arrival of the tuner- cu. resulting In tbe killing of three n. was read October stood at 9.54. a legion
FLt.
is the widespread
at once most -
.....{rain In tbe depot were the me?*. gro women and the shooting of foul The first purchases thereafter were and destructive malady among

abra: of the committee appointed i last others. A negro named Hicks did all at 10:15 and a minute later October the American |, <>pie. The Herbine

"wlcfet'a meeting In the chamber of the shooting, killing His wife, his moth 1-as bought readily at 10:50. The treatment will cure all these troubles. TilE WEST END

, ...imerce anddrawn up outside tbe dewaa er-ln-law and another woman ere nil range on October during; 30 minute 50o bottle bold] by W. M Johnson.

_,, a restless line of cavalry thirst for blood was quneched. after 11 o'clock was 104 points or $3>>.20 FINE WINES. LIQUORS A CIGIR3

'Cleveland's famous troop A, under the Hicks and his wife had been aeparated a bale. Front-taking followed and LOW RATES .JOHN MBNZIES.Proprietor,

...wand of Captain Schofleld, who some time. 'Barly thla morning h. October weiii down to 10.12, but subsequently I19-U1 W. lJaT.,..JaclnocTiUe, f"l.
rfrlll act aa military escort throughout went armed to the house of her par bounded back to 10:33. Just

_e fanerat ceremonies. .. expecting to find her there, but before noon October was ,at 10.25; December ! Via Louisville & Nashville Faust beer,bottle and draught: Don't
learned arrival t dt she amlh. fail to call on me when in Jacksonville
", Four regiments of the troop togeth.er upon -wa 10.29 and January at 10.33. ,
, .'. another .
away on plantatloa. Railroad.The
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with Corporals Purdue and Kidlr -
.fend' Lieutenant Miller of troop A, Without ceremony or explanation New York Market. MAX KRAUSb
,//l t,'...tried tbe 'allk."t out to the street Hicks raised his shotgun and killed hit New York, July Following; the following low round-trip; rules ,

:'". ere. the retiMtndfr of the troop waa mother in law In her tracks. hicks publication of the government crop from Jacksonville to various points RepresentingE.
then compelled the dead womna's ..-Us there excited advancein West:: in
ding at "present arm. report was an North and will be effect on
\,Tlks>'non-commissioned officers Quick. band at the point of the gun to securea the New York cotton market the dates shown. Proportionately low rate's A. WEIL & co., :rr:::;

,.art"re the casket and placed It !in team and carry him to where bit October option rising from 9.48 tc: from other points :

:tttJ funeral car The cavalry at once wife wan staying. Upon arrival there 10.&0 or more than a cent a pound. >> It WHOLESALE SHOES
hour PORTLAND O tGON: -Katn 10" .80.
an lllcks
I later hot his wife deal
whealed into column In advance oll account Lewis A Clark Centennial r'air. .
All l> .
Or "
and then e crlptlon'
shot the old
...l :"hearse and H* soon as the mew I man. her father. ORDERED TO SURRENDER. Tickets old certain date May 23 to
of.the; committee had taktn their : wounding him mortally] Sept. 28. with final limit 90 days.

C.a U the carrlaK", the line olDh Hicks then shot promiscuously until Mutineers Must Leave Boat or Battleships HAN FRANCISCO and LOS ANGELES -

was taken up for the" chamberooamtree. four other negroes bad fallen, making Will Use Force. CAL.-Rate $81.SO. Tickets sold Sole Agents forSO.tAKCU and sOYLIt;
a total of aeven victims. Comm Bucharest July 4.-The port author. certain date .\prill0 to .Augu 14,inclusive -
.': (:; for three were sent from Americua Itlea at Kuentenjl. Uoumanla have ; final return lirhlt rtdays from SIGN QUALITY Shoes. Every

Y and little hope la entertained for the date of sale not to exceed Nov. 30. pair warranted.J. .
been instruct.d to call up the 750 mu.
.$/ NATIONAL EDUCATORS MEET recovery of the remaining four vloUrns. tlnoers who are on board tbe Knla DF.NVERCOLO-hate $4265. account -
AgentHALNESTILLE'i4
International Kpworth League Manasse. -
>!> Pot em Wine to land from that 'vessel
'Heldlnr Their 44th Annual Convention Sheriff hell!! and Deputy Khcrlft Oato Convention. Tickets sold June 29 to

: \ .t Aabury Park. N. J. wood have been at tho scone all da> without arms Informing them that July SO. inclusive ; final return limit FA>'OKiriKE .
n they would be treated aa foreign deaerters August 0.
.t. Aabury Park. N. J.. July 4.-Thf IIthwltbav.ntion trying to capture Hicks who fled and while in Roumsnla. .
of tbe National 14ucatIoitaaaOclnUoA ;, at this hour the ofllcera have not re BUFFALO N Y.-Rat- $32iO, account -
. In the event of the refusal! of the Annual Meeting Grand Lode
,,...Utbled here turned. OKT.
today for mutineers to submit to these conditions il, P. O. E. Tickets sold July 6 to 1O,
.ae.*lon extending over five tla)". Ti. The wholesale killing occurred nest Roumanian warships were ordered inclusive ; final return limit July 25.
,.formal opnir.:a of the" rorventlon i is at I,,'ullc, 1 miles east of Americus, and!
,". to use force. NASHVILLE TESIht' $182:5.
;:...'o'clock: tonight and from then on In caused! great excitement there. There la much- excitement on board account Peabody College Summer Alachua Pool Parlors,

:.totnla;, afteraoon and evening nu t the Russian battleship Kniax Potemklne. School. Vanderbilt Biblical Institute.
;; 'bgil -of departments and the aaaocla. The Boss Worm Medicine. where differences of opinion between Tickets sold certain date June 11 to
e>
'('tIOIl, as a.whole" will be held. Papersaddreises 11. 1*. Kuinp, druggist, Leighton the leaders, some of whom ad. July 4 ; final limit" Neptember30. C. Bprr. Proprietor.
egad topics In the KNOXVILLE TENN.-Rate $10.feS,
upon many .'tla? writes : "Oiin of my eustomers wrote landing In Uoumanla. while
\\.4: of education will" b<. I'rt"Sf'Dtd'' bybome'of account Summer School of the South
had a child which was sick, and threwup others are proposing to return te Tickets sold certain 18
F- d..June to
1; the foremost educators In the all\ food could retain nothing on its Russia and joining the other mutinous July 15, inclusive; final return limit

uT country.. A feature of the greatest In. 'tri.iic. He" bouaht one bottle" of ships. The prefect of Kustenjlpo per. September 30. r

, teteat will be the visit of President "'hlt..'* Cream Vermifuge and it mlttd a delegation of tbe mutineers For full information schedules and Located In the Porter Hlock, aCutk
, \ Roosevelt' on Friday when he will ad tbe and rates to any point North tend West eall first- las ubi..
brought up 119 worms from the child. to enter town purchase provl) side square. Three
:tire** the convention. To day was It's the buss worm medicine In the Ions. The sailors report that the on or write UEO. K. HERRING. Florida Good lights, and prompt and eourt.ocs
>>
.taken up by the areltralaarlea to tbeUfbraal l a'.4"n2f1rIf"'nt." 1..k N It,. R., 8eni e. The public. cordially invited
"
did
world. Whit *. Cream Vermifuge !. Black Sa fleet not only aot tryto 2O6 West hay St.. Jacksonville. Fl%. and always welcome.
opening tonight. A meeting
also the children's tobio. Improves capture the Kniax Potemklne but
\et tile department of Indian education
their digestion and avslmllation of ,that the crews, openly rejoiced when
iwas openedby Mayor Teabroeck. ot
the Te'be battleship left Odessa
food, strengthens their" nervous system; .
tnla place. He welcome the_leathers aDd restore. them to tee health vigor ,i.i'1b screw of; the Russian gunboat AtACHUA COUNTY
?';'the, majority of whom cams awns tae tart elasticity of spirits natural to 1' p..ao.a" Kuatenjl net souserwWoC'tiMi ,

wssu lass Mary C. Oamp >.ll. ot nth.., Kalaa Fotemkln aCres'a" I
,
childhood. Sold by 1Y;lit,Johnson. Alaehua county Is HO6.4O1
;\$!iltlmere spoke ot the neoeaslty for \
ors andrfesSIslpd'witb; them tbe area, baa 34* miles railroad 1
:i mlalng schools for Indian twiakees.g ; ( !
Olgantle Sk.l tons4Found.IralUmorw loa feli64oas aocdhat. Theuaan miles wagon road po.
g t } ..; l'ot. + t.r. sc .. a 123 poblia schools. 27plants ptlo-rbA
i'1.! Kilt the Cats ..ya ",..*euor J. N' .' --\. number of dK 0 1.. Jy i '" 2) saw mills. $75.O/ royln

MtV. .,York, July -.P1'Offl1llOl'' C"t't ::-nt1e skel .f. r>r :torlc In' tans Ii t < house, five newspapers ana. Pro'doees
hoaft I nearly eight a, are reported to rr.ffte; 0. ..' .tRairtaw Fjenv corn, cotton rice .sitar'oats
4P, >l > cl." at Clark u :*'. '
!
",."!ti.o;;: { Vrrester: Mass. baa co I b4aY. bee-a .! : ..1 a.ong th banks rattiNal'ra' Y rye potatoes plneapr plorn, i*.
ara.
.Nit tnTa>* Cbopt v...r. tn 'Ms state by: n\Iru4A\ Nit rt -.. '....... cans ance, and. peaches all kinds, p of Y.J:9'ut r

cats? by 'lMBlcipMHitle*, declaring tbrsre'theIsi I, "eeployespOt %! ):as,! tAodemy c n c.... fI wpa R,tlr'MM1I' .'

+* r. of ('t"I\C"f'. 1 r' the seas ,toC"'t h et err 'Iii
t existing enemy of Mr .
,$4;: "Wtl1)mfed the Oermaa raethif \ i i..... ulldiay f' tot.z.. beag .. t rev .lift, .- r--. Eaglae.r Gainesville, the County Seal.
t
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srt'cutat.d' add !'o I ".1",,'" ,.f' M _etI. ,' ,
{ .t ;CAt, ba *,;lIL those that In ottkltl I bin/ attest and most
: eeo-
;'.;,,..-,;' !: d ..GOO cats In Ha,\burg.fi ., -4Mke ". t ".s's',..time g""' N 4h li ow oa the market, All Has fourteen-caorche*. twO F NaK
J'Profee.ot ,!todlt' ( Ihe '-', ''t. ':II! .... . "u. to: ., M ss power. Write for schools th.Ka t Florida r*m ",

';. W": _. .r rh hasatlve t t., rut' ..live- l w It* )Nd :, 1 ,, private aenoote. lbrr ..*wtrpUoltMi . i t.'t:
w offl<*
.. land
W..n.an Laejied Into Rlv, .... . ., t retl,4 i. '\.. \a.1" '" : 0/0;; 7 n Idiot"s -Jack at all 8u.& ,tied

.'I i li+sw,Yort.Jytrib..-6. -t&g CathorsW .. r. a. 4"! I eitY''Y' 1. '. '1t. ; II mat b,.tt riee sod"pooled aDd water pe tire lights alarm two eyeteoi lee fact'u'' ,.

,Ctowaa. aaj**'.**.. "ear Into the '.r. .... ti,.. t. NL ." maehis. anoe. three .(WJd f .
I Monk ylvntitwa: N ",TtN'k Ceatr 1) h o..i i- e.ta.t, ..'. t so do foot Mee IEtcafrftgval] Mel'r"' tae 'caah< .." .- 1 snMUr fall railroads, two f ertllTIlE ...r;::;
Sin. ......... s
tiM' $tI rsu,!o4 Ht. treJa* wMU **" foam S J.!rrP ...I."twos.

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':NEWS FROM ALL The Cause of ; : -- -"-- -- -- -

I ManySudden DAZED QV HER BEAUTY. I S.a3T1L8Z.IHFtxc: :) 1.BCSg.


.?' PARTS OF FLORIDA T11 Deaths.Uvtr Merchant Exchange Gives for a Girl a Counterfeit.Good Money In | H.F.DUTTON&CODEKLKF. -
"c' !"
a I\ ..
/ "" J'! hnin t rrs, .
I Ctt.t1;r \ tn'.t .1"1. 1'Otl" 1 1k't'4l..C NtlClt '1 Memphis Tenn., July b.-Htgh-beet

:;f Happening; From Various HI'I I '. ''\ \1.\11:' ..u.Llrueath. .Upp* rt lul not retard the running '* '. _
Brief t,. d are: o;+lt,,.' of State. ,. I I" it-ht-art lisptirutuom _
\ Sections .
outstrip S. local
) Aycock. a
j 1 t"lieurt*..r. failure or:t. banker after she had passed an old Sea, Islan..d:: Cotton:: ;

-' MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS I al''I'I'x'aue.h'U I confederate lilt note on him. The'
THE
.. ".. the reMilt of 1.1,1r. young otiiAn entered Aycock's store

II p respiring{ in MThe Land of Flowers." -; 'I ..1'...i [ 1.111\:". Ih' >trou r.*....Me. If i* want asked straight him: to for change the proprietor for her a bill.It and. Sea Inland Cotton Soed.Leather. Bagging au! 1'wice.'alrus a

"Boiled Down" to Suit _. all..tt..a'h.luh.... in
the \
Things Strips or Sid.
y. LI.lnC'I'.I.'n.. was of the'" issue of the coafeJ.racy.
:; Busy Reader-Items of Interest to ; 9w-.---<.".- nl 1.1..1 N{ 111 ...t" The proprietor was accommodating 4

: All Cia..... tack the "Ul or :an!*. VJUMII: ;: vMtarrli of but the young; lady had hardly reached -
the breik.hl la.I.h'r. or the \V.ulne, .. thriiiMrUct: the front door when he noticed that Manufacturers of the JuneDoi Inj.rovel "I'
Hatcher of lotl aul \\i uaa English
V. Tampa fell on > 'cI1I.\" cell
George
Ula.l.ler trouble' the bill was worthies The chase Sea Island Cott.n n in. and ,
and was Instantly killed. 11tI..t .l trt r'r >tllt Supplier: for Same.GAIXESVILL.E :
porch
ki. front that followed led
,, a .1..r..IIol'luC'nt! tlf the l.dnrsi. an.l through several ot
Willie Johnson of Peosaeola. a smart a cure i" .t.t.nn..I tp:yet.cat ba I.n.i i'rt the pmmln... nt streets and amazed onlooker FLORIDA USA '

:: colored boy, "ousted" a policeman and treatment of the \.I.lu..+. If ', un t+re r""l-" ,* who took part but the girl .
lug! hxdly y"u (".011 nt.+Le\ no llU..t.Le hv disappeared and l't
t fined $10. escaped by ptherlDIup
vaa taking Ir. J.I-II.'r': : .
:wamp.I oot. the
The Key West city election promises gr..at Li.lurt 1'r: ..n.l bt-ol.irt 1t'11It'h' h..rtrta and hurdling a fence. Gainesville & Gulf
It Railway Company\
t4 o be warm. There are four candi* correct in i uliti to hull urine anti '
cabling |min in JKIMII .
it and
<
for uvrrcomer Uood for Stomach Trouble and Con-
.dates mayor. that
uttr.L:
wind did to i-.tn.mt IIn..IIof Inrinircoiiijtellol at'patton."Chamberlain's' THE FRUIT & VEGETABLE ROUTE t '
The recent storm considerable Ki: ultra through: the day,
s' damage to the tobacco crop inv anti to get up uunitJiius. during the Stomach and LiverTablets OF FLORIDA.Time ,ta
niKht The miM!
anal the
Gadsden COQD' effect of SNantp-Riint i. >etr.ortinary trut rcaliretl. have done me a treat deal of Table. In .3*
The shipments of pineapples in car It stamln the hlplI.l: rur iu 'ullillerrutC'urell Kood." ..aj. C. Towns of Rat Portage -- p- -1 --------.-....-........-..... _. - ---

'loU will soon be over for the season of the In."t tli..tlC's..itl+; "U"C'''. Ontario Canada. "BeinR a mild Dhy N... 8. l I It'4T.TIUSI" N.. e.ftillTut.

,Th. crop has been fine. 1.0.1:twatttl.lt.t hr alt i' l'le..t to Like. all.l i. sic the after effects are not unpleasant Daily Y t). 4.t.e No.' t. :So. So. S '"e'
otle..lotlar 11n.i..t; ; in tifty emit situ and I can recommend then to all who bc' D." ., 0117.t. .. r.! Da t. I.c
Lire( Oak will not rest until they "ire" lw.ttlc'. V"1 In",' Inure a "uDdaT i! a I 1'1 '
suffer from ttoiuaeh disorder. For Mao
good streets and s.nnplt" l.uttlr c.f thlOi "u'hletflal new .Ii",. !
bare sewers a plentiful
co\ery anIII IxMiV.:, that tulU nil 1 1 .,U.ul it, sale by all druii>als.> I --
supply of para water both sent fret' by nm':. Adilrrso. Ir Kilmer r'ArrM t

have V. Co : I 1.. A":;; P A Y AT. P .'r 1' Sti1
.
Palatka will soon her first free l.inxb.inttoii.: N Y When Mil: ,
\* ; tiientn rrHilliii, tltn tn'roiM Senator Mitchell.. Found Guilty. TnT :215 ' I' ...alyd-.d . . . .\...... . ; 1A 111I
'. rural mail route established. They offer iu thin ji.ijK.-r D.HI make jr Portlan.1\ Ore.. July 6.-United o.SK it3.S24J I .. frrti* ,,.. . 1 .)r I I 0 tit
will also try for city delivery. itustake.butivttu'!t ' Fernandina fleeced of pint, nr Kilmer.. >t. nut the R suitS I :! M I .:: : : .. .. ."".4.nnh.lie.l . . . ,I 1J f.1.1 .\ eec
out SwattijKiH
got $6oO ndtlre.s. litnuhatutoii: : N.; V., << found guilty of accepting money 10 r rN I ::4 Q) I I, ........, .11 i,'k fI%0:. _..... : 3" 34." r
on their sewer contract, by standingthe bottle uu'cry: from practicing before federal departments 1Rh :lil0 : .::.::.: I ........ I.aks K\m.a'itn.\ . .12: t% 34)It
contractors Bryan A Baker a Washington.. The jury was 30 ::4 8&) . Miranopy . . . 12: So' :3'Is
trial. out eight ours. The jury commended K 241 3 f" : : : I I . .. .Ta.c'\l1\,t .....,..j I"
WILL SAIL ACROSS FRANCE. tho defendant to the of the !//It 4SI 343M-\ . . . ... forteo.t . L 1 i$ s is
Jacksonville bicycle thieves steal bi> mercy 1'00 ', i . .. . . (lly.tt . . I . . 1 J lit A 10 .,
eyelet and then ran them into Hogan'screek C"otlrt.rtf"r a trial' of exactly two w03eu 4 IA :: :: :.1 . . \''aMbr.ta . . t:. I'SI1 I 4 S
Airship To Be Given a Thorough Tat weeks' duration the case of t'nttwd : 4 ft) . . . .tt4K'lcv
after they have finished using : .. PnHt.n.ll. . . I . 4t 4 1'1 ,
by the Government. States Senator Mitchell kubtrlt. u nArIt r 6 ca) t
,
ass
I ,1:: Si) 10
them. ; . .. ..."\ le.. .. ., I ,
New Yorlv Jul\' u.- The airship constructed ted to the jury at 3O3 p. m. Tne un L.: 16 L"T Ii's..+1ft "j i 9 '.''> lit LoA.r( sat

The Florida Mid-Winter Fair will b> the Mm lx-l baud> ha* be. I verdict walt not reached until far laj 11 S\ ie' to 53: . .. .. .. "u..auJ. ... .. I S* I 'Y" 'oD tis
1:: n.) as ': fli\ . rvrl! .. iii I 1341
tl'ot AtP7
I
have many fine county exhibit.. Th tli: gun Its ojnte, from ParU to theeastern j th. night I
I i I ; 11 :n 7 (k1 : ': J:! I _...... .t rrhatiiI I II { 3:1: I : I '
dates are now settled-November 15th f.uucr: of France arcor.llnto \ < Will- Interest l" 40 I 7 16 Ari 'i, 7 24 I I I N.'glo.nn celty . '- JI) i i91Is I In :::
to 30th. u Prti.c: ctble l I to lire Herald. Many . . .. 'I 1 i g I'Jt+) ,,10 .V) I IH I j.ralals.a.H. M P . 3 Its>>1) I'I. '. 411 .. .. ....II. ,
Conrad L. Weiberg of Jacksonville The "iaK:*', of the j'iiiru' has been. Every person should know that Rood .. .. ., : ". ... ....
has been granted arrHiiKi b>. \1.: IW'rtt-tiit.: ; tho minister health !i. iinp,.ssible If the kidneys amderaiiKetl .. .. .. H 44 4, ,, : Lay; Oity, ft H.'e.: : F ,I. t std\ 7U .. ...
a patent on an ap .. . .[ 1 10 '!i .. I : :
pIll .T.l1"A.. I.. I H"
of: Mai, and the 1. '' I
airship placed Kldtn-y I Cure will
paratus for bleaching oils and has olJ under Foley'n .. .....', i I I i,t 0) a' |j ....V", 10<1t.... .4 t f t'U i. !, '0eI9 J t'. .... ill!
it for $10.000. coiumanrl of (>>lom>> t t-:, ItoutUaux.dirtrtor cure kidney and bladder disease In cvcry f .. ....... H M a., 4 :1'1 P:, . 't Anna, G H.. A V". . If3 H) -
of chw military :"ro'tlatlC" bureau form, and will build up a rutIUt".cth..n 7 aa/ i. 7 t* tJAT '. ......Atlanta' (* n' fl... ..... 7 ,rr) I ,IAt, ,:: :::;
The Lake Helen starch factory I.i doing at l'hdldiAftfi ... these organ ..o they will t V'PM Ar AM+ PM f Lr A VI f r iv r t''I'' .L :: .: +I
: a good business, but will be hut niakiux+ the aciit Colonel perform their fun 'luu" properly No

down two weeks to let the hands havea Bouttlfuax; from th' alrshtp recounoltereil danger of IlrJaht' disease or dlabete. Trains 3 and 4 do not run between' Oalnesvill ant Y.utte'tt on run lay*

summer vacation.The the environs of Mt'tmx anti if .'01..,'. K>dn..,. Cur U taken In i I. E. IIARKKIC, General MuiM'rt'.i..n.leni ,,.r

Jacksonville police are after the, Indlrattd:: a tac) for *. descent on the I II time. JV :\I (.>>I"lIn.Ie Co J. .-. Mil.L, A...... J D U'ATKIN*. n..."".> Ar-' '' ,

"pistol toters." Three whites and one I ract-: rouixe. wluTitwo .MUKOUB" with i iI .. . -..-.... . .. :
black man were" arrested on Monday I the tuiim of 11)llrutt.'n. ,,%--reU from ---1YI'\"

i for a factory at :Meuuk: Nett' Iu ", nltlntf.At .
concealed ,
carrying
,
weapons. .. .. .. :1i
) a fllla"I.'r: In I o'clock Iu the '
The of Pensaeola is
maJor not having
mooting.: t.i.: d..par l :Itr.> Man" >> mail from :
: inch a Blissful time. At thn sifxt f.t
:.l-u! aiui .after au ,'x ',-ll.nt \'UYlutl! .
meeting of the common council hf will .;
III ln. air the drrarnt) uu" ntn at Cbfl8I '
show" "how the city has been systematically ::!" in .nii't'''' i J.ast ti u'rlur! K. lire *..'. Kllo- J
robbed."
III' t. : i b' u,;: c >>>n'rr.l in two hour r

A telephone exchange at H,r."nlIlIuJO' ! Hl.il I' ..11 \ 11.\' Hut "" .'

to put In a' larger switchboard to 11, : ..'.1! a : ::11', the an -

accommodate the largely: ) increased ("'.t> i .J" n i 1.;A ln-'rii'' .. "..a frv,:u Col-: r NL

number of subscribers. They are great o.i t..r i i .J. ., I I it, ,,
talker -- - --
in
DeLand. \.
One Ootltr Saved Represents. Ten Dollars "
r B: Stoneman foreman of the cur :)

on*,', Jury in the Davis murder cant* Earned. .'...I'f...,

at 'Miami( feels confident that the as.sai 1'h.1 nverac** man. do*. not save toeicerd l

ins will be brought toh... bar of ten p.-r ....ut of his earning d

justice. We sincerely hope '0. He InU.. vixixl nine dollar In living To the Pacific Coast-to California. Oregon, Washington t'

Nelson Williams, a colored switchman exptn for every dollar uvula That round: Uip, Ion* transit and return limits, liberal atop-4resif)
< bfiiK+ the tf.... h., cannot b.. toil CareSul t
at Fernandlo. was neriouly In- ..I........ XI+
ntMi'it .e.. Veryoftfit
Jam by an which the .nn..r' eipen
engine split
." tehi and ran off the track, wdglngVjlliams M few ceut properly lnve.t -
body under the engine. liter Iniyiritt s,>.-d h f fur hi. uarden. will trip. Of course. If you wish to visit both California and Ortfofl';
.a,.-. *everai ilollar*' outlay later. un It -
The or Washington tho cost la slightly ';
attorneys for the JacksonvilleLs .. more.
C'haiiibvrUlu'sTo
i* the :J'** In outing
Uw..-t.all team still think the Sunday I ?. <'hol.-n and l':arrhca llemeUv These reduced rate are in affect on certain datesJn Rn..lfj'.
unconstitutional i ill, thy It cotta hot a few r.nt..nd a bon.*.
ak* Manager West' think they think i fir it IK lh. hou.e often .*,... a tlrot-tor of May to October,inclusive. They apply from all EaafVn pori':

_' and ..o long aw he thinks they think !1..1101.!! .-,T,,l dollar For ale hI all) via Chicago, St. Louie or ......hia gateways. The Rock ......'

.. r.e thinks he will employ them .1'1I 1'I.h': S7atem will take yoi up eitllerChc..aro or St.L.ouiaor. at hundndit'
'
>I" K..*t Coast Railway extension Fight Vad on Union Buttons. of other Middto West ....... and carry you to the Coast in thrrnsjnr

S', Key; \\ .., is booming; Miami. There CM'.*..o Jury &.-'in support of their/ Standard or Tourist 'Sleepers with unexcelled Dining Car .......rr.
< a 'large' force of employed thr Cnn'.-vi . II. men ;y; The Rock Island.. also affords a choice of routes s on the "SceeeW! .
''JjDg ba'...., and more urn brio R; Ir.t \\.I1I.'dl[ bu ton the employes' +wad '
I' jt t1 work every day. The improvi cii ,n u. >a> .......{ a table showingt .4ffr route you can atop, off in Colorado-see Salt Lake Gty-a" :

.1 1 hard will be a big thing fur that ' p ri'.raev, of teams of toe large i V......... Ne.Lss! Park; on the "Southern" route you can I,,'

I acts: c.Hew of L1.) country who do not wear z ' via B Paso, thru Now Mexico then "up coast" to San Ft '
buttons bother tu.!cniA of their or.
r ,e Cocoa and Kockledge; Ne w.. f in'LY sunlz..tor.! Tb4t atatlaties revealed i 1 and on to Portland or Seattle if desired.

*:'.n'ak Coast,ng of the rich soil slang the the fact. tb* llttstnirir. Orarlnnat. t In short, theea Pacific Coast excursions offer an unit ugly i irharico
says that all you have got Cietelaodludnrs< and New York' ) & '"
L< 4 to keep with to s.m country in a comprehenaive altaslrsre
yourself supplied
,. are the only eui-s where the button -- ,.' -,
b. 't, potatoes) (s to cut off the ends U Vno. n, lo to- places the high 4 A?' 'a If you...... to .o only as far as Colorado,there arerate
-f
/ .
the<> "back you cook them throw them i in eat percentage of buttons worn I* 10pr iii l? ;n *. in effect to that section and return aM ns lr t
yard, sad you will have s big t*..t. la all other C&UbI& other "'
ertp from the s' spedaly reduced June 30 to July., August 12 :.
sprouts Kepeat f very emblem! is x*rmUl d. The threatenedstrike l '
rasa to the parrel argon drive was ,,, and Ass trt '3O to September 4. Extension.... ti'; ,
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CHOLERA INFANTUM. delayed finished until loniorrow bearing: the when"C'1m"at JndR! eKeeneil or s.k.Lako. and return at low cost alao. -. "fv

Ch.l j In the ease of the< lojubrtioa aavatast P... September 15 to October 31. I--r

Hour< Not Expected to Live from On. the all local express o+.myaalts T ...Jet ... "co&o.a et" ticket wtH boonaalatatii W
to Another. But Cured by .
Crvarnberlain'a Colic. Cholera and The Ouan-vofd Cure. ... Pa.lftk west-aboutfj hail n.ulsr k ;'\:

Oarrhoea R"wt.dr.F.nth I I The latest news from 1'aris .is that .... sae ... ...... .+s tYa Mq.Be"" i iw11111sA'

the little daughter of K. :I.:4.vr : they hat discovered a diamond cure ttr a.... tt atiM ts.Np.... ..... tt

of Agnewvllle. Va.. was s.riII for COOS-JIB pt loo. If you fear e.msarnptkva .t... N we sow....... ,.-.
f ta.ly -Ii" ,
df cholera lafantam last ;
som- .amo ia. "it will. how. .
or 0s '' .i
** I :
r
'We cave her up and did not take titan '
ever, be beet fur you to ctrea' ,
tet her to lire from ne hour to remedy. mentioned by W T. M"D.. of tlr J w,,

u aUr.,ak of" be, say*. "! happened to Vaalrer, Teaa. I tad a eoagb. for I e f tl.alsrt.atew.

Chaawberlaia's Colte. Cholera foart-.. a years. ,NohU helped me,
,J' *+*.* iarraeea ...... aast cot a boa eatil X took Dr. KIaJ'a Sew DweovrColds,


't 1 lI'f.i.:. Jav five tar. ,hours We for w....eo.-. ti :;:;g Coughs,...... s sa ....... f1A&-, iq
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,. THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. JULY I.(i.. 190F. : '

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NEWS OF CITY! AND I I in Miss tli., city!Mary Dudley of Jouesvtlle{ was j|I-Bernard-- --- Hodge of High Spring -1v--. -}C.- Thomas. Marco Kndl andW I

yesterday
j spent Tuesday In this elty a* the guestof N. Wilson have gone to Tallahassee !

i COUNTY CONDENSED i I !Phon l=i s* aU.ut tho. clothe that :'! his mother Mrs. C. B. }Hodge, ou important busnte.s. W1LSON'S4i

you want u.eat.rd ar.d r"-1. '' North University street.J W. Traehvart ll,>.tif rxl" has returnedfrom

,'. I For cleatui.g: nr.d preying.-.. Gameviilf .. I'I'I 'I It. Williams of Alaoh",one of the Quincy, where h.. I hrs, boen on a

:J hers of General Interest Oathi' I".I'. .g c'lub Phone IvJ most influential business men and et\i pleasant visit to relative. ,

j 1 W :hand' and I.. I II Zen of that place was transacting .
Our C Lynch left A :?\1. HiC'kt'on of the Consolidated.
Reporters.
: red by I yr,.tf rdny for Tallehas.er cm '' business (in this city' yesterday.A. Grocery Company ha returned from Our Big Valuesin

I."lien. cet.: your visiting .' bIUinf'I''I'. 'I I>. Jeruigan of Arcadia is in the trip to West Florida in the interest of

pERSONAL1ND SOCIAL ITEMS Sun oilier and vote for your .. city on a short visit to his parents Mr. his firm

the library coutetGet and Mr. L A. Jernigan. Mr. Jernl- C. \\.. Chase has returned from New all

What Has Happon.and What is Going your Job printing at The' Sun gan is now engaged in the Jewelry, York. Boston and other Eastern: d


5a That "Ha Who Run May Raad" lie in the library contest. stock enjoying a floe trad*. three, week.

,' For 11. II Carter of Fort White. formerly Keeps Us
: |It )In The Sun. !- ale-Two tfne match cows ; Elvin Bruton of Central' wa in the Busy.

young calve Call on or address C. I master mechanic of the Osinsvill city Tuesday. He !i. a nephew of Mr. .

)gtiiia for clean athletic 1-:. Melton, )J leanop,.. Fla and Gulf railway In this city. Is on a O. J. Mlxson of this city, and hsm.uy --- -
Old newspaper for sale ai The San brief visit to friends her. Mr. Carter friends beret
Why not get in the
;.m w. U the Gainesville swim and join i.i now holding a lucrative position as Misses Blanebti and Lois MoKae have
: Pressing
Club. SI 50 machinist with the Dutton Big Assortments ofEmbroioltrlts l
. of Archer in the Phosphate
was
Tuten city
: J. K per month in advance. Limit id pi..o..., returned' from Redtllok wherethey
Fort
with
Company, headquarters at
',jfiurday. Iota-Slick have been on a visit' to relative and
pin with large stone White '
L.die.'ealHngeard.in: I.tee' styles and gray friend They were accompanied by Laces
heavy gold band. ,
Finder will be .
San office. liberally Harry Summeflin of Spark Oa.. their brother George MoRae. who will
gt rewarded by leaving at this has returned to his borne, after a few make his home hr in future. and
celebrated Knickerbocker otth anWash
the e. d3wl
}; fry
,
day Spent her a* the gut of his
r
brush at Baird's.Simooson'a Conductor II. M. Peak of the At
fountain Mr and Mrs P H_ Arnold have returned son. M. T Summvrlln. H. was accom-
lantio Coast Line, for some tim con.
. Wonderful Salve for sale Goods.
from a visit to Portsmouth.
Va.. panted by his little graod-dauaht.r.
dueler the High
k,J. W. MeCollnm A Co. where they have been for upwards of Miss !Villa Leak LeOrand. who will on Springc-Citra .1w .
train, ha returned to his home Si
r J, M. River baa returned from arofestional two months visiting friend spend a few weeks In Sparks. This wa -
Petersburg, attar brief visit to this
,.
visit to Stark. Deputy :Mieriff F. S Carl of .Archer Mr. Hummerlin' first visit& to Oalnes v
city. Ills friends were glad to see
J.L. Connell Fort White was a one of the most efficient official in the ville, and he was well pleased. him. Mrs. R. Wilson

'Tifitor to this city yesterday. county, WK among those who paidGainesville A jolly quartette comprising E. A. 11rs. J. I I.. Cottrell of Cedar Key, after I 1

Jesse I. Griffin of Jonesville was a visit yetterdayMr O'Neill. I';. K. Pagan W. 8. McDowell a pleasant visit' to her sister, Mrs. -- -

'tndiiig in the city yesterday. t J H McDonald: and children J. H. Truby and J. II. Malphur. left
1'. 11. calls: In this city hat gone to
have gun to Uiackvllle." S. C where I this city! yesterday for Cedar Key, THE CONTINENTAL
Give it to u.. for we know: how to do North Carolina where she will spend
for the next few week they will bt' the ; from whence they expect to take a .
Clob. the
h. Gainesville Pressing remainder of the asnn with hertarents. UAFCKENTAIIUAJIT.T.
guests of relative cruise of several day along the coast. .
and friend.
Mrs, R. M. Chamberlain of Tacoma I Friends of this lady wish her
' Dr and Mr Readers! of The Sun may expect to
caller in the U'at on a pleasant trip.A. .
city yesterday.
WM a
fur hear some" big fish stories within the
.
day Upper l'Orh.rl..IO.1 Dslalynskl In the In the (In.ert .
Wanted.-A boy as night operator. to spend the next day, a. title department has been city
heated '
Etit Florida Telephone Company tf htri ... the I left to Mr O'Neill.Mr. ( of the Cutter.Morriott Opera
land: uf theblue noze"When ..
Company,, which he is
I representing a*
For) denning' and pressing dyeing or and Mr. James Holder and ehi).
you want a pleasant laiatlvethat advance agent, and which hit hope to
ittering! 'phone 183. Gainesville Press dren of Koohrlle passed through the r
i is asy to take and certain to act, i have appear In this city at an early
In lJ| Club. city yesterday en rout home from
. u"e Chnmberlaiii' Stomach and Liver date In the) Interest of the Episcopal
Yew Wheeler A Wilson sewing machine WorthiiiKtou Springs, where they' spent .
Tablet For ale by all drii Ji.til.! huroh. Notice In full will appear
for sale at a bargain. Apply at the> past two day. Mr. Holder ater.
Miss ( insets .
night! a charming
this office. as has already been stated ha sold!
young laity of Jacksonville. after a |ii. naval. stores Interest at Roehelle N. I). Hilton formerly of this clay
c Join the Gainesville Pressing Club pleasant vioit to :Ml.*.. Mamie Finley{ in but now located (In Kernandina. whereh
will busiuvss
and iu the
.1.,1\\ per month in advance. 16 lil'ctA"limit this city, ha, gone to Seabreeze, eiiKge same I I. engaged In the mercantile busl.nes .
Cltronelle. He
at expects to proceed t
Phone 183. where she expect" to ipend a few to that place at one. .. was here for a few hour Tuesday.He .

J.c.Jlt-l'alr gold rimmed glasses. wrrtl.\ was en route from Orange Lake, (/'tut d."n.r %uutb or ....um".). t ,
I Justice J A. Chamblin of Archer ..,.. sat I..... .
teen Tali" .
leather case. Finder return to fun Ir..1. 1McKintry.. Jr. has. where he ha been on a brief visit to help
returned -
those who the Fourthin .. .
wa ,. .
among spent flat. y
office and receive reward 2t from New York llotton and Gainesville. Jostle Chamblin hi. sister Mrs M J. Rouse Friends

}t. .'. Hampton I.'.. returned to his other points. where he has I been recuperatuiK state that business In his line has of Mr. Hilton were glad to see Mmagain. - ...- .

tome in Jacksonville after for the .
few
a couple pail weeks. .
' been rather brisk for the past few
, sf days spent with friends in this city.If Friend will be glad to learn that he days, several ease having com before The City Council) met In regularsession F. THOMASL

_ you want your clothes cleanedand i i" greatly I Improved his court for disposal' ; the defendants Monday evening bu the prln-

prs..ed by an up-to-date club For bale-" nt.cla... candy (hand.mad. having ben arraigned on various Ipal business transacted was the pus "

. 'phone Ib3, Gainesville Pressing Club. ..) and I ice crtAarn and cold drink charges but the majority oases were age of bill. rhr was no business of UNDtRTApfi T (0.(

'. LeRoy X. Pearce of Alaehua. one of Maud! Everything: up-to-date, and for plain assault and battery. Among e.JM'ca.llnt.r..' to the public except J

the leaTmg merchants of the county', hu.ine"n can be made to pay well Ad. these three women arson the docket the passage of an ordinance requiring

WM in the city' on business yesterday. dregs Jesse K: Kurtz Oalnecville Fla. __h____._____ .___________ __ ___ __ the mayor to call a special. election. for PULL INE OF
for particular. d.U.U ; Kinds fur educational purposes, which

-hogs( S.31; few days Cook in of the Coleman city an the is spend.guest A. Thomas of Palatka, the *n.licitinu appears" In this' Issue of The Hun NEW 000DS.Agenta M

NEW YORKRACKET. Max Kraus of Savannah the oleverand
,st hit\ ..i.tf'r-In.law. Mrs II. P. Oarmt agent fur the Singer Hewing --

Machine Company at that point, U in successful traveling representative tor... i
the city on a brief visit to his parent, of E. A. \\.eU. Co.. wholesale shoes,
J. Ii. Manners and Mi Tombstone
daoghter. Monuments
Mr I and Mr*. C A. \\'. Thomas. He Savannah, wa at the Drown houseTuesday
,BMie, left yesterday for Candler and and at ttme and Iron b
report the Gem City on a boom noon- went to unct."S.
, ether point.. They expect to return Mioanopy to offer oun401.ne. to hisriod
See Our Sample
today A. W. Taylor and .on. Wylie, left
8. II. Rnjmln In this. loss of
Tuesday for Tyler' mill. In III'"f'.t"
. Lidies who get their calling cards his store by Ore the of the
on morning
Knd: where the former has a large ftrrv aal attention I* all Matter tm z

pr.ntfdat The Sun office, 25 for 61enU contract fur surveying The Tyler 4th Mr. Krause (son. of the oldest this II... Mall and telegraph *...rtarwMatly 4,

hare five!! votes lu the library mat widely known and mot popular altrasVJ t..
tent..'. mill, whet completed will be one' of CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTH .. 4
traveling men In title 8tat.
the Hnet and mot modern In the --
; Captain J. 8. Dupuis of Alachua, one K. O. Tlson. a elvr. young man of Gainesville. Florida i{
country
.f the leading citix..n. of that section I Pocket n.aae, was In the city yesterday and
who has been Cutltry
Mr l U 1\1. Phifer.
r." tr n acting business in this city' mad. Tb. Hun an agreeable call. Mr.Tlson .
pending the past three or four day atWindcnr .E E
I'fterdayP r
was *n root home from Otter
(i. the guest of her daaKhl..r.'M" S MOUNTS
h 'r"on. desiring nice cool room at *. L E. tor.I.I expected home to Do you carry a pocketknife Creek where on the Fourth of July h* -
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Aaguttine: .. daring the summerIko.ld i We attended a big plonlo. which h. d*. WELL
day. Wir writes that the! people of carry U ;uaran-
} address W. a. M }Pinkham claret wa the biggest .raoe... h* has ;'
Wicdur participated, in a Fourth of teed: line of Pocket Knives. .
Uat f.Ucw.H .
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July picnic!, which was largely attended Every knife from but AU tin old stanlllrbIand
a assembled
Thifer has returned to Abbott and successful up sad spent the day In a mol jthurhoifUMt

aft"r a visit, to relatives in this city I I very fully guaranteed. Wo have enjoyable manner and no one present of the new one.> '

at It i extensively engaged In the naval I County: Clerk S HVieiigf. ha returned a 1)eautiful line, and if you had any regrets to m.k* at th* close 14 i iyIItNI. 'r
Coast whet.o
from the E* t ,
{orri.ju.ine*. at that place. I the three week he ha been working want a good knife call and of th. function Ask to M'I J thrill, as they' t
last
: I It y >,uhf Job printing to do bring faithfully In the interest of Gainesville .II get one. M!.. Ethel Wbstr 'left ystrday ran not I 1.50 displayed to **:

h to Thr MJII ofHce. For dollar' for Boston, where she expect to ntr'
lie atts
every for the fniversity vuntap? in a tabu,
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,son,: ''f work you get you have. tentw 'I that the people of the Et Coat ar the Emerson College of Oratory preparatory .. --
.. or the | Lace Curtains to twMapt'' th- position oftachr
library contest individually almost to a unit in favor
J of lueotlon at HtoUioa. Unlvrslty. I. Fine Fadeless Fotograft
F' Well and will b4
of Archer, the efllcient lof taineville.. disappoint ;
. I>Laad. to which .... ...
Ioutt..per in the employ of o. W.sled' If the. Umvtrsilf >. not !Deafhere. Prettv TJutteriiH.. and fine wa rntly From f. Mtket to life His.
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t.tknJ r - appoinUd. Mi. Wb,lr e.
Qht at that place spent. the i .6L Ce
vttluer4.Vllr .
fourth J. peele to b* absent for th* next Scoot SMITH'SIF STUDIO:
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his family in this city. -- -- -
. V 1- Curtain, ate pretty enough. three month. Tb* position" to whirl l .

"II> uesn I." get Blue Ribbon lemon and 1j READ THIS. Then we have one at $a.2A she ha bn appointed .to a very im

oxtraet if you demand them I JlC"taDI on., lUteS th..... lady'* YOU LOVE Yl
4t J ur grocer for Blue Itibtxm I Jem-!j I'KVOK. Tavv .Jane 1. l jJI. u pair that are good enough friends xtnd otsng ,
w If I.. ? *. Mo -l..ar hartls ongratula.
and van III.. Take less. Flavors Dr. K: W all. a: o for a Queen. tlon. -'

hrt.et:y ,I Sit 1 have suffered several years from - : WIFE DONTROAST

. C kidney and bladder trouble and have Th*. colored ba.tebeU teens returned

led tkr sent for,cleaned and pr..Pd' tried a Dumber of preparations& >> bat Shoat Shtat yesterday from Ovals. where they HER

rttarntotJ ,for $1.50 per month In played ..rU of .
'". '. I can truthfully say that nothing has a two gam with th
:.:::10' Llcnit. 10 P1- Phone 13, proved so effective. a* your T.za.Yon. Brick City ...... Tk Hrs> game. wbiohwa By compelling hr to babrf

tliOa -"r".I.l Ie Pressing Club, 117 .West' der. which I en truthfully reeoromrud. Try a pair or our Dixie pulled off Jsfoa4ay afternoon r.. bre*
IJ I 0&11. "'. CLAiUa'1a, Girl Shoe for women a oiled I. a NoN of, 7 to X (la fvwr offiJa. Boy your Bret light $

L l'-.m. of vllville) ) was TUs ..... Tuesday *afternoon

woex t .* visitor* to Gainesville ye.. TEXAS WONDER. fine medium priced fihoo howvr, WM more sass,the s or. be- ...Keystone

,le ., II. report plenty of rain in I A made by Southern girls-- lag > to i. reea,,".. 'la a tl., Both
Ii'.a of Ua
a,.spa :)11 with fto. result) that crop I t>o. small bottle of th* Txa. WooI the prettiest shoe on the (..*a* ar* .s*.rts) In the National saving **),ttr.c
Yr.ait )MNt
. iook ag w.ls. I dr, Hall' (beat Dieovry. surds all market: for the price. Every plus.sad are BOW stand I.R va hon.on.OalsMSB To all 4t1.ttM

''.,.I* Harrold' ... family- have gone 11I kidney and bladder trouble. .. removes pair solid and guaran .|U. having. defeated KaIa PIN NM art v 1tMMyL .tastyIS

[,s '*6" ***, Mr. Harrold.xpeela to 1 gravel. "ore" dlabcse. seminal *. .- teed. Our Shoe ..."....kr..
amt lam back*. rta.waa- Department
'10 aioai.weak -1'
short
liLdl! time. but bta wife #
all rrgoUrili of ta. kid. ix full a! ,guod thinjBi Notice l Water 'Y
It .f4' r.o will remain on the coast ti.m and > T4ers4'4. : HCMUWK, IrtfiMIy.
. sad bladder .la_ both m.*) awl at low prices. Be- r .
Deft wOBao tiia.hadn't Days very TW waivr rU for t! .. I'm

b"1 "e thaw o.for.s bat woo n.regulate. bladder troubles la member us when you need lass r,_II. :'. -arrreM

eta ebtld n. If SK* ol4 by yo.r dm/ git. t1.A M/a M' :
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C'"t the the next pair. .
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: NO. y8 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, TIIUIS DAYIIJ![ ,ULY ((5, 1905 ONE IIOLLAK_ A YEARWFREPARING.

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..J,:f I''f' DIVORCED CHURCH AND STATE; FOUR KILLED BY EXPLOSION.
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;1 : CHICAGO IS SGENt A NOTED CRIMINAL

( : ;. .r :, :.y:" France H..> Done Away With Laws Seven Othere Are Serlowely Injured by '
: : Passed a Century Ago. Burnt,. Softer.Danville. :HthINO
NORWAY OF MANY ACCIDENTS IN
JfGHJ : Pane July *w-Tbe bill for the separation Va., July ,. (..-Four men GOTHAM'
'\ of church and state passed theehamber.ot were kilted outright and seven others
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1i l' Ir.i't x.- deputies by the decisive ao seriously injured that at least a portion
'Will Not Agree To vote of' S41 and 233. The result was Fourth of July Fatalities and on them will die, by the explosion Edward Ouerin Escapes From

greeted by governmental cheering ,and of a threshing machine engine oa the
etiaeful Separation. opposition hisses, and there 'was Intense I. Caanalities Are Large.ONE plantation of Bush )Dane, near Axton. French Panal Colony.

"..Fir/: :: __ excitement. When the result Henry countw Virginia. Tae dead: :

ARMY IS MOBIUZINO waa officially given out there wax r.ine..eeI MAN DEAD; OTHERS HURT C. .. BuIHngton, Walter Martin Luther HIS CAREER A REMARKABLE ONE
.itiP'" clamor, participated In by those filler and John Stokes.
-=. Norway i.f by Swedleh la the crowded gallerlef and lobbies,I Cannon Crackers and PI.tolsay the The name of the Injured cannot be He Was Serving Life's Sentence for
; aa weU aa by those on the floor of the th. ascertained. The accident' occurred
:Wiiiais:j 'Haelete ..... rr.Itirtg'. chamber Tar in the country, away from telegraphic
.. ...v.,Been Ordered The' most Important legislation affecting Nevertheless., Independence. Day and telephonic communication.The In Paris.-He was a Psi.| ol

P-, .'Cooked Far the long-established social and Must Be Celebrated. meager account of the accident Tom O'Brien Murderer.
::I'\"'''': religious customs of France, becomesan which la known here was brought to
1'Jareden; July' 5.-Swe. accomplished fact so far aa the Chicago July &*-One man dead a Axton by. one of the men who escapedthe New York. July .-Edward Gu"na
- for war with Nor. chamber of deputies Is concerned. Sup. boy probably fatally wounded two explosion and who was ao excited for whom the police and secret a.

.'',.... .hostile move was porters of the government congratulate other men shot and a boy hurt by a that he was unable to give a "connected lives have been searching since M-i, 4

').he government Issued a themselves' on concluding before cannon cracker were early contribution account of,the affair..The news Is said by the, World to be la des
ion, to becom. effective inv the long vacation, tbe heavy task of victims ttb Fourth of July came to Danville 'by telephone from York city. Guerin 'was servtty *

,__'., declaring Stockholm, KarlOothenberg which baa occupied almost Ihe entire celebration In Chicago. Axton. the operator leaving Immediately life sentence In the French penaony _
v an! ,Farosend to time of the lower house since March Charles Strelow 1l years old waa for he scene thus cutting off on Devil's Island. lie bat
ports and excluding all foreign 22. The opponents of the measure shot and killed by one of tour unidentified Further communication. sent from Paris In 1901 for rco: _<

';-from entering their harbors. utlllxed every means to prevent the men all of whom escaped. Sire. Physicians from thlv city. have hurried the American ESxpres* company -

'ported here that the NorweSa bill! becoming a, law before the approaching low, who was with several friends, had to the scene. Nothing farther of SO.OOO. Aa he had rob! !>*,
..r iy. ,already being mobilized general election, moving no fired one shoe. from a revolver, when can be learned as there are no train Hank of Lyons in France tenor .
frontier: and that a clash may fewer than 250 amendment which four men who said that they were doectlvca. from Axton. JiO.OOO.,, the t'Vuktch got > "

'.' :aay time. The movement of were' rejected. The discussion of one demanded that the party sub- gave him the minimum penaU>

.e.lau&rmT: began on Friday, of these amendments sometimes occupied mit to search. Strelow resisted and BANKER LED GAY LIFE. was life. In prison he UK. ,
t'at ,time',Norway denied that a whole sitting. ran and one of the four shot him O'Urlen. an American murder *:

rtlke'< purpose was in 'view, Th system swept away by this bill dead. His Extravagance Was Caused of a they planned escape The "-l\n
::i etplanatlon given :out for this dates from 1801. when tbe famous con. Harry Hind, six years o11, probably Bank Being Wrecked. came to/obtain liberty, and II

laary movement troops waa'annual cordat was signed by Pius tbe Seventh was fatally hurt by Katie llugg. Tn- Haute Ind. July C.-The later with Uu. rln at his sid, IGuerla

'.' ceviews were In prog- and Napoleon. This gave religious 15 years old. who playfully pointed wr&(. 4ix of the Vlgo County. National became III and was tans' ito
that nothing mare was InJfoflowiag governmental status, the churches being an old revolver at him. The weapon Dank which closed after a run of two the mainland French tiu.a, a

I + } close upon .this government property with the was discharged and thu buy fell with day Howlu4 the announcement that On May 1 Guerln was oar.,.2. 4

'.Ica'tne/tke anouncement. that clergy paid by. the state and tbe entire a wound In his breast. Ca_l.* I' "Otis" Oonzman was short, is lines and made his way thr_" g
4h3 government had Intro- church administration being under the Charles Bennett. 20 years old was : followed by an exposure of scandal swamps provided with fool uti t i

"_;both* house. *"6f, vthe' national direction of a member of the prt>.I. struck In the right knee by. a bullet ''I'' which has been a matter of gossip Tbe. fugitive was captured and r
:.:a bill placing l f2S.000.000 dent's cabinet. The new system. abolishes Bred by Patrolman Lewis who was for a year or more. by Indians before he gut o ((1'

dlate command of the gov- all Jaws and regulations under ,trying to disperse a crowd which had I It Is published today that In addition Guiana. :300: miles north. Th< i
;;:to enable It to take such concordat, and terminates the author! objected to the arrest of a boy for to Conxman's deals In the bank left him for dead on the ou"Paramsritso.

'aa,, It might deem necessary ty of the concordat Itself. placing torpedo on the street car "nd his prolonged gambling he was, in Dutch Hulat

.orisis wltbTKorway.reported racks. firing a dual life. A woman who hada was found by two American wand
i.ko..: that orders, for MURDERS IS CAPTURED. After the shooting a crowd of ZOO house in a select district was called clothed him and it O of.' the Swedish army persons attempted to assault the policeman jpon by. the cashier so frequently that British Guiana he was tr, .&,

. dybeef:;', ..given and that the Taken Unawares by Detectives WhileHe who was forced to return to the( neighbors complained to the -po a physician until he was ah
rev,beginning to assemble attlve' la Aaleep.Louisville. the station. x lice. It Is said that at times' when on the James Hagrlson for New y

meeting places Ky.. July 5.-Asleep In ? William J. O'Brien, 27 years old she had a woman friend with her Seven weeks ago Ouerln, re
':ajtUttary establishments of both44ar' the undergrowth S miles below New ; wail struck in the left foot by a stray Coniman and some one of his high a skeleton, arrived in New Yur v

: .>: on an. excellent: footing: Albany, Ind.. William Joseph, who 'acknowledge bullet. flyer friends called at.. the house and the same time the state d"'par
they splendidly' ,equipped and offl that he* blew off Henry Bert, Putter, 13 years old, waa Injured made so merry that the neighborswere wa apprised of Guerln'n t-rcjj>' .a

'#"h ''t clash; if It ,cornea, la I ..rar's head In this city June I, was severely by a cannon cracker Incensed. Another woman, not sg.nt was sent to New York to J
.. M.:.... p1ao.'In the mountain I arrested.He was brought to this city which exploded in his right hand pre now In the city, to whom he paid attentlon. him. The agent failed tu Ilc", as
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;,. a f frontier, which have b1' Detectives Ross and Donahue. maturely.TO is said to have a note in the
.{:;*eea' *eetlfled, and: which aret'i filet of Police- Sbutt. of New Albany Vixo National bank for 1000. Onlyrecently Rockefeller Must Pay Taxes
f;' J; strong1' defense. Sweden : patrolman Slnax. of that city, TOW BARGE ACROSS OCEAN. be visited a resort and gave, Morgantown. \\'. Va. July *: \ .

i,;,will!i be:compelled to force I and Deputy ,Sheriff Crltlsen assisted I 13 and $10 to each of the women' special term of. the. circuit cj':'n If
anroes. the mountains it sheiu.r'Isec the detectives and a pose In locatingthe Standard Oil! Company Will Make aNew and promised a piano to one of them.I lonongahela county JuJu Jill I ,;.
-i' neighbor. Venture' Mason banded down an opinion for:
".. man. By his aide was his shotgun
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;..frY,0.; v'-- >r :. which waa used by him In endingHpera New Turk July 5.':"' The first at- i Tragedy Over Line of Fence I equity cause of the South !.'.'nnla : > s

{ o1lMi.t11 tIA .Ct..tl.. .... life.. tempt to tow an oil bare across the I Coshocton. O.. July 5. in a fight, Oil company versus C. \\ I tr:
northern Atlantic la being made bythe : state tax commissioner, and the a" ,
IIi" over a line fence near Wills Creek
Naat..:July .I. reported At Joseph's suggestion the oUlcers .
Standarl Oil which hasdespatched aura and Sheriff of Monongahelaty. .
company
shot and Instantly killed
Harvey Pratt.
Swedish aQ.uadroa.ls on Ita partook of fish caught by him. While
'b wayTirire' Its big oil liner. Col. Drake,: William Lawyer The effect of tbe opinion .U to d
the a farmer.
: la intense excitement feast was going on Joseph sat young
( with a 4.OOO ton steel barge ID tow solve ths Injunction heretofore allo_
After the
tragedy Lawyer went to his
wales of Norway and Sweden with his hands manacled. He did not
? j on a voyage to London, in commandof homo ed the plaintiff; by which the aas If
and barricaded
himself
runt ..el1' other along" the care to eat but be smoked and whenhe Newsof
+ Thomas were' restrained from as4iesin,. *
the Col. Drake la Captain
the
.' Aa overt act may preclpl- walked into Chief of Detective Sui.lIyan' murder spread like wlldnre.
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Fenelon. who baa had long experienceIn the sheriff from collecting. tau] a
and
soon the
sheriff
office here he atm proceeded In an
lag t ,at any moment. was puffing .
o, "" barge towing and has a round the, automobile to the oil and gas leaves held by tbe ply': ': Sin :
t. a cigar. Joseph made the following acene. He found .
. ,< statement' : Horn record. The Atlas under his that a mob of people had surrounded this county. At the same time h'J
"' O TO HANGINGS. command took an oil barge from hjrt Lawyer's. fortress. The made perpetual that feature of tll'
sheriff called
"I never met Spear until the mornIng
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& to San Francisco, covering the dls. Junction which restrains the **
I killed him. We had several upon the murderer to surrender, but
fgevernor 1 Is Against Capital drinks on Towhead Island ,where be lance of 13.0OO miles In 72 days he refused to do so. lie was on tbe went and collection of taxeoa! O )
qt'r" 1 hrn nt Law. Moth the Col. Drake and the bargeare point of breaking leaseholds for five year back
in
bad our boata.. Spear said somethingto ute| door when a
*(iUebl *a .City._ tad.. July C.-ttorkeltb'waa my wife which fliade me mad. Spear equipped with wireless telegraph i pistol abot rang out. When the offl,
'. banged In the yard of drew a knife. A man grabbed him. apparatus This means o( communlca! eer entered Lawyer was dead. He bad Tragedy Occurs at Picnic.Tinon. ; .

i stale penKBsJMery here, thereby ex I ran to my boat 90 feet away, returned tlon will be useful In stormy weather shot himself through the heart. Pratt Oa. July 5.-John Kioc t r
rag the murder of his wife in Inina with my shotgun and Spear aJvanctnl and especially In case the six. Inch, was the tenant of Lawyer, who owvej shot! and Instantly killed by Jot i Kerts >
polls.Oovernor. with his knife. 1 blew off steel hawser connecting the two .... a big eetate near Will Creek. at a picnic In Worth county t c:
; Hanley although admitted. sets should part. HuKxins. Roberta Is a justice of
his head and I am glad I ,did. I
'opposed to capital punishment bad Witness do not corroborate this Couple Married by Proxy. peace court bailiff, and served sa.

.d to interfere. Referring In In His wife says the murder was Forger Commits Su4eMe.Fulton. I Kalamazoo Mlcb.. July S.-,Adrian ecution on Benjamin hall aa *
cow
polls to the pardon,*power con ardly.I Mouly. eV Jamea R Pen,, Van Bocbow. nephew of Richard Van of which a light ensued In which r:

to him by the oooatltutlon. helthat - - real' I estate t fjjc insuranc ragent and Dochove of this city, who is now in eels was Retting the better '"
hw greatly deatre4 to cave Crew of Transport Mutinied.St. one of the J0Vt known business men the Dutch government service In Ja. King, a friend of Hall's, ran a,. s

O llfr. but mn t execute the law Petersburg. July. '.-The minis In this part r the state, has commit ... baa bees married by proxy to a stabbel Roberta. Robert J*.
Md.d: ter of marine has received a telegram ted suicide' by taking poison. He confessed young woman ta Rotterdam. Holland. pistol and fird five shots Into K cone
.." > have a profound conviction that from Admiral Kru *r as follows: to his partner and two other tinder the provision of the Dutch law of them going through the -

/elate bas nu mural right ta take '"The crew of the transport PronL cttiiens that he Baa for the paat IX The climate la the last ladles Is ,sa producing (Instant death. no
llfe of a cltUen rwept In selfdeaa when leaving Irudrovo ha,, mutlal. year been securing money fraudulently unhealthy that the ofOcer preferred to wound Is "very painful but be w...
la the rnforrrmnt of the arresting tips captain and other oft. by Illegal manipulation of raort have the bride remain at home ua I cover Both were well to da t*

maintenance of peace and order, cer*., Second Lieutenant ..toru.ft gage notes and Jee gva la case of riot intnrrrctloa or and Itoatawafa Koaelltlnv were billed. years old. He leave a life insurance Word of this unirraal ceremony reached I I drew. and was about 14 years ofItoWru s.
lHon. The lroub... arrived at Sbato policy for $32.000 la favor of .... wid Kalamaaoo relatives today Is a young man with s .:-&

n life Is ti o se red to be pot and the crew now U repentant. ow. family

Is* taken, even by the state* It. Tbe otteera have been released, the Admirals Cain Here's Pardon.
Hall ae Large aa Hen's Egg. Sentenced to kiss His Wire& ,
,there the state to uJupt that"It' crew begging them to resnut their! New York July ft.ntward A. Leaa-
would do rand Forks X- !>.. July *.-Tt!asee4k.n New York. July .. more to inculcate posts. The Prout has been orderedto new sentenced in 19O1 to IS yeas
for human life than It can do anchor at Kamesbeva bay sad .D of tb'e. state way vUlted by la Stag Stag prl.o* after ptoa bayr avn ber of executions. I shall Inquiry Into the affair baa bn open. terrtnc halt storms and great iaug guilty of maastaagkter ta second degree was before- Magistrate Hlg.la '- -
kyypeal t atrlrken fn m the law byM'east eggs fell for a period of from 10 Htsi... Me ,... his pantoa to the don.d ar sad tVl' baby 1 *.
to It minutes No reprote are oMa.s>. of trace yon to spend oar day a ..
fjemcral aaaemfcly.W ; Chinee* t. PeOtlen President. efforts Rear .Admiral Clark and ia*
Hong Ko... duly L'Tie sserckast ablo from the. country la this city aeeiuber. of the aural ('OIDfDtU..f the with you wife and baby etta
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' 44 .n e ,MIUes1 In Their Ra m. of Canton are prepariag a petition to many tboasaaJ doltara' worth of win hOON of rvpreeealatlt(.. WM were P7'O< Park. or at Casey It..a'Ir
t t8eraatoePa; Jeil Mrm. May J PreaUcnt Boaevelt ref>rsa..tlag the dew glass was broke At a rim teat latere.t.4 ta the c-a.e by Adsarrtl :,:a (...t. HaS.botbaa! salt 'a1J
at: Mary jyrwsJaMt, women hardships ef ,the Cht...e claatoa :where a large et+owU had gatherved, learn because of Leavare's" sslesdlJreeortl mar, io aN< father eestenrhl -
white. faer*._,woe a ft**** of wild dtwr. wife each day,
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ta the ycmr mace
'tavdierd. "% their treaty. Placards are posted throegia.oottkeiclty navy srtag Uw fasao s
ia, Det .*s> eases was kMt by U..It. w era t .4 tee %air "Ton clb7Or -,
tola. urging a.hercott .f, the trip ss!.th Orrgoa aro.a4 the Horn.. M. s e
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: TRAGEDY NEW .BUG, NOT DOLL WEEVIL. .

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Georgia Entomologist Investigates aNew YOUNG'S FEMALE CO EGE

ii NEAR NEWBEBRYLodlow Insect Found In that State ,
ers Thomasville, G&-
# Atlanta. July 3.-State Entomologist r
.OFllEHSc'LL COCHSEM FOR A. B.. 1!. S. M. Z.Physical DiD Ei
"Y R, I. Smith returned from Laurena

. ,? Shot and Fatally county where he has been looking Culture. _Elocution. and Music, Our Specialties
Into the matter of the ravage of the 'II --- -
,Wounded Kan, Near Place. What are vour friends saying newly found cotton '.'_.' ep-at !!.t.o y....r 1/1 bttihltaf a.d equipment Steam U..,. 1;;e...
.''''' I about yo..? That your gray beetle which was tJtnt. ti j a* ._&UW. 'almmlaa POOL uoM 'lare. Uma" tlnwrpaa.ed. ate .1;
) ".i' thought by many to be the cotton boll K..cu,&r of IO tx '''n..r.s,-d Te ,'her*.
_. .ALU. ABQUT A WOMAN hair makes you look old ? I weevil, which has done so much dsm-I - -; '

,,II.'''fJ", ,_. ....,..,,.__ And yet, you arc not ,forty I ace In Texas and other western cotton $yp.n.er 1IK1." Limi'.d NamlM r of Fret* Scholarships Availnti.

.",9>w I*' .Alleged to Have Been Too Postpone this looking old. { states. s..on OpeD. Jeptlmoer:adi. lJ4For I. free COCMKANE cmuUotf ddres HUNT President. ,.
I
(mate' .Vyjth the Female Friend of {iii Mr. Smith state positively that this 4 '
: beetle la not the .Mexican
Jackson, and the End Result Hair weevil.
i1bllvtrommunleatioa : Vigor though It 4s doing a great deal of dam.

{ age to the cotton wherever it is found.

.'' from Xewberry Use Ayer's Hair Vigor and The bug eats out the squares and t
iltatoll. Saturday night at ehs'Miilp looms until they fall off. In some .
restore to your gray hair all
<' a boat three miles from Instances Mr. Smith found as many .'
the deep, dark, rich color of
aa 25 of theme beetles on one bloom
I Joe Lad low and Henry
:became r : Involved In a row over early life. Then be satisfied._ and '50 or more on a single 'leaf.. Men 1I

'. _**Afv>i Hair Tlfor r..ter.t U>. _t_nk1 Reports of.the ravages of this beetle. .. .
.woman. tor
tom I w greatly ,
IM.*I|. It U s rcae.ii f_It"S which for want of a better
common
_ How ..ems to have Rotten tbee <_.K.J... ......91JJe., 7r.T.
> fata' since .Jackson name have come from Laurens. Dooy 1 ;
antagonist i
[ f s* ft wtti*. eK
*iot. twice through the left shoulf f, JjjjKjjjjj forDark t::;. e. Irwin Emanuel Wllcox. Tetfalr Qr.

.\ Is' SerloasIy; wounded. JEIei : and several other counties. It.waa Womenand JY
reported In Coffee county ,last year .
i shot through the lower abe HairSENATOR
but has not been found there thlayear. eI
land, It Is thought he cannot .
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'tI
I low made a safe escape after do Entomologist.Smith recommends the Children I.
' dusting of the cotton plant with a
>,shooting' and op to the time DEMIC4 BJUMLHY. mixture of parts green and lime toeradlc.te r C.

.:-writing of the communicationi the pest. practically the 4 11le
i i bees apprehended. Arkansas Legislator" Says He Did Not
mixture
same as is used for the cot
[.parties are colored but are well Sell His Vote.
ton caterpillar. Who wish to dress well should
>ln that section having been Little Rock. July 3.-{No- conclusion

red la the pho.ph.t" mines and was reached' In the trial of SenatorA.

itlne camps of the West End loral I W, Cbvlngtonoa a charge of accepting With Catarrh Cannot .b. Cured order their goods by mail from
local
application, as they cannot
yeah.THE I a bribe of $6,000 on the new

t IHIII I .. !.- !.! ..l Mute capItol bill at the recent session reach the seat of the disease. Caarrh .
NEWS: FROM HAGUE. of the legislature. The atatt'.aclosedand U a blood or constitutional dlt-
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'n presentation of tesflsBony for the e..e. and ' B B. H H. LEVY
Estate- Changes Hands-Other defense began. Senator Govlngton take Internal remedies. Hall's Ca- BROI&COIISAVANNAH

1 p?: Items of inter.st.liIiRu testified in his own behalf. He denied larch Cure !I. taken internally and ,

., Jaly' 3.-The farmers around with emphasla that be received a kets directly on the blood and mucous ItIi.

toe have good crops, considering cent from anyone to Influence his rote. urface. Hall's Catarrh Cure i I. not a GEORGIA..MM .

dry weather. The cotton I II very' "If I did." be declared "I hope I quack'medicine. It was prescribed bj Ii.I.

.' may never see my wife and babies one of the best physicians in this couu I.I I.v

; [las Mary' Hague Is home on a two again gentlemen. try for years and !I. a regular pr escrip. !

vacation. Her many friends I The state rested this morning after ion. It is competed of the test tonics .
rr
very glad to have her home again. having' introduced testimony attempt.! mown, combined with the best blood

_ ..I It rains nearly every day now. ing to show that Senator' Covlngton purifiers, acting directly on the mu. HUB now BttDL

V. Mr. Brown, who preaches In received $%.500 for whlcu he (was to cons surfaces 'in* perfect earn bin a. .

i e: circuit of the Methodist EplsOhoreh try and obtain a favorabe report from ion of the two ingredients I. what

had the bad luck to lose the special architect ou the capitol produces such wonderful results in
work The defense tried to show urinK catarrh. Send for tentimonialsree.
oJtt"e last week.lisHconvention that M. D. 1. F. J. CHKNKV A Co Props.. '
who 1tU
Cook testified that
Write for Our
of the Baptists meet Toledo, Chio.Sold Spring Catalogue.
he paid $2.50O to Senator Covington )
i" second Sunday of this month at by drupirlMr, price 7 V*. ec
was threatened with Indictment Take Hall's Family Tills fur consti
...ooh ohureh. Dinner on the ground. .y be

,(),Th, next thing for the farmer is fodf when he was called before the. grand pation. __ __ ______ 1
jury but there was no direct testimo
f polling.Ii ny on this point. Confederate Shaft Unveiled. .. .. 1
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,;. ',. ::Wf Anderson and son. Ashley', .
t3. the
Member of the state! capitol commission Chester 15. C.. July monument
ive. returned from a trip through d.A
erected by the Chester chapter
testified that the motive in ,
j,' Hernando, Citrus and Orange 'asking for an appropriation of $800.- Daughters nf the Confederacy has
itlss In starch of a new home have been unveiled here. The monument l''
000 for the completion of the new capitol
previously sold out to Mrs. U, W.all I was to have the building ready. 11 easy "''Kh tnd, MS erected' at a cost Absolute SecurityIs c

of this place. within two years and that the estimatewas of 2000. Samuel K. McFadden as si&in

rMrs and Mrs. It. ,\'. Small are nowowner. based on the special architect's the orator of the occasion delivered

le of a aloe body of land lying report. a very blrlllant address. The high I

nth: of the depot amounting to 1BO eat praise Is due the daughters and the best thing we have to tr

The Bon Worm Medicine. especially their president Mrs. Julia

.al estate seems to change hands II. 1'. Kump, druggist. I.eiRhton. Campbell for their untiring effort offer intending depositors. btP
,en to late days. and seal In their work for tbe monu btF
Ala.. writes : "One of my customer ment.

':w Bent Her Double. had a child which was tick, and threw

op all food eould retain nothing on its
.;;\$! knew no one, for four weeks when Feel Impending Doom. ttI.
.. stomach lie bought one tattle of
.MY .Iok with typhoid and kidney The feeling of (Impending doom in .
White'. Cream Vermifuge, and It CEXTKALLY LOCATEIr EXCELLENTLY EQUIPPED CO.NSKIO-: If1t
the minds of victims of Bright'.
jble, writes )ln. Annie Hunter of many
brought up 119 worms from the child. ATIYELY MAN"HtJJ-"t: OFFER- ('ONYEYIECE:, SAFETY:
ItUbarK. Pa, "and when I got better dUeaie and diabetes has been changedto
It's the boss worm medicine In the I'ROIIPT'iEMS AM I> l.IHEKALITV TO ALL THE PATRONS UP 1
Gogh I had one of the best doctors thankfulness by the benefit d.rl..dlrom '
world. White's Cream Vermifuge Is THIS BANK.(
1 Mold get, I was bent double, and had taking Foley's Kidney Cure. It
also" th. children's tonlo. It improvestheir
> rest my hands on my knees when I will cure incipient Brlght's disease
digestion and assimilation of
.d. From"this terrible' affliction I and diabetes and even in the worstosses

..... reseaed by Elee'rld Bitters, which food, strengthen their nervous systemand gives comfort and relief 'might
>
restores them to the health vigor, If you want the nveuiences of Modern Banking H
In "I
disorders cured few
stored my health and strength, and are a days.
,
and of natural to
elasticity spirits
iw I can walk as straight as ...r. had Ulabetee in Its worst form writes
key are simply' .wonderful. (Uuaraui childhood. Hold by V. M. Johnson. Marion Lee of Da n real h. Ind. "I tried us about, opening an account with the ItFr

i cure ,stomach liver and kidney eight< : physicians without relief Only
orders t at all d rug. stores t price 6Oo.Ji Speculators Buying T.... three bottles of Foley's Kidney Cute
4A\t: New Turk Jun who
< Speculators made me a well man.1 J.V.. MeCol-
[ *'"y. In Memoriam. purchased largo quantities of Japanese him \ o.

',:..* 'In the midst of life we are In and Formosa teas In anticipation oflther -. -. BANK OF ALACHUA

"..'b.tI, This tad truth was deeply au ultimate Russian victory of itN

't Impressed upon the aching hearts of be Indt.finite prolongation of hostlll

x relatives and friends of the late Abraham ties In the Kur Kfcat art now having

*. Crosby whose sudden death. difficulty in disposed of their holdings. ALACHUA. FLORIDA.

aus.d bya ,railroad accident near .says the Herald. Hxcept for two

"* Crawford Is., .tII the morning nf weeks. when the ittlsaanoah/ Sea -- __ ._ .n'_ M ._
'\ fleet was approaching Japan the ex. suwnmnfOBCE
.i ,Tune IG&h. 1900. filled the whole tomemunity I ,
with solemn awe. The d*,. portrsr rrfrom that country have not I

the of the late Jam.. been Interrupted, and according tea I
f"\r"'UfOd was son
t,|.- and Mrs.I Louise CrosbyDapr men la the trade the new crop at tea. Because they are the bf>tin FaySholesTypewriter

Is now coming forward In large quaa
{. .. ate..t thirty.two In .
years.
I t.lUt'a. i the land for the money f,.
.f'hl.' death the ItnuherhooU to which

4 >,be beloun-d ha* sii taine Ask
iad V* eourtvuu aiul' rtllcient member, and Alabama Nsgro Hanged. you ac

i1.'h. eommunity our uf its most upright Oa)tun. Ala. July S-lan card the "Sunny Jim" Shoo and in- ,

i11..s respected ('HI", ,,.. Out down In negro who killed Kob.rt Arlington la

.jf'&h. rower of hi* early tnanhood hU ahls aunty two y.ar act, wa4 Flyt on ceiling: it. ACKSOrTLElHiED *

'i.ocIden death oK>.M a c.M-.r of great hanged In the county" jail! at this place. . . ..- ... -.-.- THE BESTMACHINE tt
''' Card was cool and self po...ss.d alltbrou.bout.
', 1' promise and cast a KU otn over all who ( 031 THE ....1KU:1UnIVrKSAL. : tn
lie confessed
his
bat
guilt
aew him, bu> his pure eharsotsr. his
add he was prepared fer eternity. Tb FOLEY'SHONEYwTAR Tabulator II
esty> and Integrity: in the stTsIrs' of Has
trap was sprung at 1O:1T a. m.. aatsl to U
mwss I -<>>-
;
tt .. ,. furnish example that all .shualdi >
ten mlnutea life was exttatf.
;-,::i> alate.' and will ever krrp. his m..nl- Every MachineLightest

.;r-. ...iytrash In our hearts. To hi.( relatives 4K.
Baseball PUyera and Foot Racers!
t ) and friends WWI extend the full. K.U.
:]; .et sympathy and r.sp* t. Louis J. Krogr xehaiupion long : Shift LJchte Running! n. f .
.
a A Fatalci' distance" foot reset of O.rmany and .. ... II111I111I Champion rtp-ed Writers( of ta. World it'AL

Holland write. 0.'. ?'T. 111I)1 "IVnr U.. the Fay Wholes. Mor Fay-8nol.. Uo
1 Forced to Starve. ... n....
t, log my training; of eight weeks' too ,. .
In 0.1..51141 .. .
than other .. .1.
f' B. F.. Leek of Concord, Ky.saya t ,.... at ftalt Lake City In April last .... ........ any
t; I .,,17.," uol.. with
For 90 yoars a<< I need tlaliard's Snow Liniment to my
.
wea.sra"N&T... TAa II rs
: a aor* 011 .,. upper lip su painful greatest eaUafmettoa. Therefor*, I For t,,
& Sale by, . .
ow....ravage,, Pats es sstllt.
r. sometimes). that. 1 could not. eat After highly r cosas ... Snow. LJaimn( to
f q"WU.I": t I "wr7Ikieg.1... 1 eared bV
alM.wy Fla.
4 ... *1..... It's .U who. are rob d with sprain. f THE SUM etlMiiille

.' Al bntt..es 01' ttkea>.a a..lOt sad ..9s.aM.nr, : - _
1. 'A I. f 1'': y 1N as w. 't Y a t et.

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THE GAINESVILLE SUN: JULY 6, 1 JO,r,

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1'rs-i: LAND OFFICE= Four Facts For. THE NEWS FROM MELROSE 't w..

Town Council Favors Game* -e for

; BUSINESS PROSPERS Sick Women Univ.rsitf-Other Notes House-Cleaning !

Melro,e. July 3.-The steamer A':.,'

To Consider made a trial trip to Waldo Thursday. 1 1Qu

Business of Any Year Lut found the water in the canal .o
(greatest low that C.ptainYe.k.. dote not intent
Its Establishment. Lfdut E. ttnt&am'ji VtgttalU (:oa'poawd
i Since to run ontll-A decided rise of thelake.
Fh J/t3 an Unequalled Record of Cart*- Busy Women
IN DEMAND Mrs. inAJfam'a Advice la Conftdim-
pUBLIC LANDS ARE J. M. Labor has purchased the !la.hoo.y -
anal Frf and always Helpful ,r
x of .
place
east town and moved to
The Are Hesvity Timbered and Fertile it Wednesday.. Mr and Mrs Mahoney >

and Every Year Hundreds of FIRST.-That almost every operation and :Mrs. Clark are for the time
,! In our hospitals performed upon women in the llrovrn .
Homestead. cottage.The
Deserving. People Are becomes necessary through neglect of Buying Furniture !
Becomes Citizens. such aymptonuKas backache, irregularand mayor's court was in session on
and
irg painful menstruation neorrh a, Wednesday with the result of an addition
s The United States land office force displacements of the uterus pain bathe of $o to the treasury.The .
t completed the report for the side burning*sensation in the stomach first shipment of LaContvpears ,
11.lust I -
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bearlnp-down pains nervousness -
June 80' and same ;
IKS! year ending dizziness and leepleAsnesa.SECOND. was made on Thursday There is 01.
forwarded to the General a goad crop of them in and around (
_. til been .-The medicine that holds r's
land Office at Washington.; the record for the largest number of town This is the of the hour
rage Money saved! i is
The report shows. that the office has absolute cures of female Ilia ia LydIaE. Deputy Sheriff Lee Kennedy of Fa* mono] '
rojoyed for the year Just closed the Pinkham's' Vegetable Compound.It : lat ka wa< in town \\" dn*> day on official .f:
} business in Its history. regulates, strengthena and cures business. laid Where are to
away.
extensive you going buy Purni .
K Doti diseases of the female organism aa your \:
of the business transacted At the .
r' J. eapitDlation nothing else can. regular meeting the town 4,
,' in the, last quarter for the five For thirty years it has been helping council after the disposal of various turn this Spring ? (;
uceeeding:. years shows the following women to be strong, curing backache routine matters a resolution nas If.
.. result, moneys in payment of lands nervousness, kidney troubles all uterine adopted in favor of the location of the
.
: I e,.. eic: 1801. N.4JT.: 1902. **,- neaa and and ovarian displacements inflammation regulating weak- State University at Gainesville

CIS 31; 19)3. 7213.24; Ifi04.$16,476.24 ; 'menstruation perfectly and overcoming the rainfall for the month of .lane w +

e lfc& .Z3f.. .l:!. This shows a steadyiaervsse.vmh its pains. It has also proved itself was 1 l 3 inches.
r the exception of one invaluable in preparing for childbirthand N<*<,*. has just re.eh..Iro.e of
the of life. Some Facts to
tear which it indeed healthy the fire change the recent death of Mr. T. R. Weawrat Consider :
THIRD.-: The great volume of unsolicited
', jars' increase amounting to $1865 ,- Springfield Mass. :Mr. Weaver was '
and grateful testimonials on file tfuWe
4 84 over the year 1901.me at the Pinkham Laboratory Lynn.jaskos. a property owner In town.ijuite .
( ; of the finest timber and.roost .. many 01 which are from t.I time vu a whiff of mountain air arrivedin are the largest dealers! in this: sect ion of Florida l]

J fertile firming lands in the State hare time published by permission, give absolute Mel roue fromMaueh Chunk Pa, on Iia\ the be,t-.elected stock. Occupy the mo-it prorai Hiiem

been taken up anl homesteaded byparties Finkhara's evidence Vegetable of the value Compound of LydiaE. and Saturday" evening In a large box ol place in Gainesville. Defy competition in flrmsi

from every section of the Mrs. Pinkham'a advice. It hodod..nd rom flowers received by For l.a--h.: have no equals. For credit, lwv 110 compel

United State, and many of these FOURTH.-Every ailing woman in the :Mrs 'van Noiky from Mrs. J. A. Ilenv tition. When door 1
you enter our feel just welcomed
homesteads today are thrifty farms United States is asked to accept the me). They arrived in tine conditionand as
fielding an abundance everything following invitation. It ia free will hate afforded much pleasure as though you had money enough to purchase anything.-

s ia the agricultural and horticultural life.bring you health and mar save your you nee
lioe. The homesteading of lands still Air*.Plnkham's Standing Invitation Th. Diamond Cure. ey without it ; ju"\ t a little .aehveek or JJlont h. ;

continue*, and persons from the Northwho to Women.-Women suffering from any The latest news from Paris is that \".
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are looking delightful home. form of female weakness are invited to they have discovered'! a diamond cure
sarong prosperous genial people., are promptly communicate with Mrs.Pink- for consumption. If you fear con We Pay the Freight.
at Mass. All letters are
m Killing in Florida. ham. Lynn sumption or pneumonia, it will hotr
received, opened. read and answeredby
t The following is the business trans. women only. From symptoms given, ever, be best for you to take that great .
idled! for the quarter ending Jane fiOt your trouble may be located and the remedy mentioned by W. T. McGee of

232 homestead entries,27236.76 acres ; : quickest and surest way of reco..eryad.1aed. Vanleer Tenn.hI had a cough for
of the vast volume of experience -
Out
K final homestead entries, .1O18652 I' in treating female ails :.1..., fourteen years. Nothing helped me, Gaintsville Furniture Compai
acres ; 55 commuted homestead, Pinkham probably baa the very know until I took Dr. King's New Discoveryfor

7C64,06 acres ; 73 excess cash entries, edge that will help your case. Surely. Consumption Coughs and Colds,
l(6.oi<( acres ; 30 timber and stone land any woman rich or poor, i"very foolish which gave Instant relief and effecteda
entries 414039 IS If she doea not take advantage of tbla Unequalled No. 120 Wast Side
acres; military generous offer of assistance. permanent care. quick of Square ,
., bounty land warrants, 2070! 98 acres; cure for throat and lung troubles. At ,

IRev, bounty land scrip, 80.18 acres; -- all drug stores; price fide and f I, guaranteed -

'sole' PRESENTED A BOUQUET Trial bottle free. Gainesville Florida :
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ditri I>, 8., 160 seres. ------ -- --- ,

----- Ladies of W. C. T. U. Gave Governora The News From Hawthorn ---'? -- _-___. __ ______ n" .. . __. ._. _
Asthma Sufferers Should Know This. Handsome Floral Combination.The Hawthorn. July 3.-Mr. and )Ir.Hu.an .

r Folej's Honey and Tar has cured ladies of the W. C T. U. of this { .:; and Thelma are on a visit to

many cases of asthma that were con- city appreciate'! a good man when they : friends
ltdtred hopeless. Mrs.: Adolph Bues. meet him and. in this man Governor I Harry Kinnebrew left for his home if

log, 701: West Third St., Davenport Broward wits an ideal of perfection.Qovemor : in Ocklahoms Thursday

Jjw, writes : "A severe cold con- Uroward is strictly temperate I Mr, F. P :;ta.\\lc is mach> improved Just Ask the Man

trtt d twelve years ago was neglected and in his campaign: did not hesitate In health.

act: it finally grew: iuto asthma. The to say so. He believes in a good, The county road team and

Bert medical skill available could not clean government and a good: honest hinds came in ft S"ttUta to begin workon

yore me more than temporary relief. administration and during his carn.I'' the hard roads in this section The

F !leI' Honey and Tar was recom.raemitd patgn last year declared himself, ."* oitd north of town will b.. built first
'Vlwr.e he his
and ODe tifly.cent bottle en.t.rly vor of a temperate people. r.n the west, ete Our people l are buys

cured me of asthma which had At the reception tendered the HOArd .ut.cribing freely to the enterprise.
B*"n growing on me for twelve years. I of Control in this city .Saturday night <.rops are still moat promisluK i'o-
ii' I. had taken it at the start I would the ladies of the \,0, T. U., re.tlismg/ aio plantiiig is advancing well many
tor' tern
., Mcl'olliim saved A J..r.Jf Co. : suffering. I the Governor's sentiments, presented being planted out Buggies Wagons

him with, a beautiful and fragrant bouquet \\'. >. Moore left Mot<
DEATH OF MR. TEAGUE. of while ruses and evergreens. : (i'tah, where h.. goes to see the irrigated t
In accepting the bouquet Governor land in hear Kiver Valley lie

*.: Known Floridian Passes Away at Browsrd was so impressed that he hi. pom"> Interests th.*re, He will be

a Ocala Saturday Night. gave. way under the strain, sod tears font about six weekTrie ., and Harness.

Samuel \\". Teague: one of the most filled his eye as he expressed hi. party which was' made up to go

-,- -y known( residents In the State thanks to the t'nion, t
P"..*d away ID Ocala Saturday evening go nu"" They will perhaps go to _

rt' 4. at the residence of his brother White Springs later
*ra ok \ Teague. CASTORIAPor Tn 9 normal school will open July

t* iRhMr I Teague had been 111 for Infant and Children. 11)lh11 who can attend should do so The man will say, in nine cases out often

t '"wand")"a t >at for he the could past not fsvrdays possibly It was re- TH Kiwi You Hays Always Bought from large the well, start Tentuald the. school aDd building cool and; Is -if his head i iN shaped)


souse td e I..e; announcement that the end Bears theBiinatur. omfortabl". right) -.-from
: ra- calls a gloom over the smtir
ofDeath <
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A Surprise Psrfy.A .
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kr' Teagu., was born ID Sooth Oara- pleasant surprise party may te
t use about 'ortl.fhe of Mrs. A'dsrmsn.Irs. given. to jour' stomach and liver, by
years ago and had
<: tee. 'nit in taking a medicine which will relieve. W. R. THOMAS
Florida about twenty ) K Alderman of M.lro.. died ;
)rar. 1 .. via Dr.Ciug's ,
their and tli omfort. dl
home
pain
I
watat Mrs.
A.
Lady Lake, at the home of her daughter.
.: -hr. .* I >ew Life Pi.1., They are a mug
.', tk. parrots resided but h.spent )Morrison at Morv*>n.fs., Friday night, wonderful remedy, affording sure r.lI..f .. Gainesville
t I:s 1F..I.r portion of hla time In and the remains were brought Melrose I- and eur for headache( dl.sln..*s ,
> Ole
e t., d never married but is surtrt Saturday afternoon, when they and constipation. 3M at all druggists. .
by 1 mother, three sister aDd interred. . '
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",. Florida.
; r. his
uth.r having died a Deceased was boat sewMy years of
ts 'f T. F. THOMAS
?.s4,,months ago. age and was visiting. her daughter at
sti t.eid<< a Prominent business the time of her demise. Bhe had been
}Jr,
t" T..aue was very active tad suffering' from fever bat was supposedto
e irtat'ID':1ent:: relent IQ Olhlealelrel.. II. was be Improved when a relapse racn, U UNDITAKIM[ ((0.

'"1' artS to Ez-OO..raor .1.... The funeral eervtoee w.re conductedby r
n.. 'IJrC"t": bha.. chief 11.... B. It. Moeely of the llsptistehoreJl.
st' a& the Orlando Tentloa. and were largely attended Our plan--Pay
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nt'ally led u, him DO..I. Deceased I. survived' by thr- sons asw.
FULL LINK OFNEW .
3 e aDd six dauxhtert. Ooe of .h<* sons is
7''r r1 "ie.a were held I 800 Dr. J. II. Alderman of this city to

,. '. 'r.... at 3 'elo ; k, a N r. F rank T..... oa Oek.Qu. Is extended ---
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.. lrona '* The retnalaa ..... rAalr..t the LUer Uvely.O. . Agent tor... ,

,x a.. :r ':'n00 tt fathev cemetery. beside iua Laxative fruit Syrnp a'l'*s \ SloaaalentToizihstone

1" permanent relief In eases. of hstntusloatstipe.liott and Iron FVIICCH.See: that WOIJ'tjeome ;

G B b1I Cutt4i< T.etl. as It stlmolatee the liver I Our S ?npleI'crseesl >

' end 0ee that old and H- sad reetoree the natural action of the --_ -
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ti :y 3Jrs, %TlasloaJs bowels witKoot Irrltatiac u.... organ atUs>tbs. U all smttrr I*

5j't; ? 'v eEildrra tatilsg, like pills, or ordiaanr U.artlee.. Does .... Ua*. Xall mad k"cnfll .rdert !otf.\
a sad I. mild aCId
Chad tat ffrlpsi
smaisan or
i t7 .ofMas tibe eanfJy tU.4e4 t*.
''a, marl pliejasjsjt to ..... Remember the name ,-' 1 i.1. _

s'sN .., fiat,istos. .Z't I10rWa
a bottle. sshas W.. '
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: : f GLORIOUS FOURTH ; < MICANOPY TUESDAYStore

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: Did the People of North Gainesville and-Stock of S. H. BenjaminWas M:.
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:i.i f DISPLAY' FIREWORKS AT NIGHT THE LOSS WILL REACH S4OOOO
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:',tt The North Ga ..ills School Mr. Benjamin Occupied a Fine Brick 1 tsta.a
The U eee Idtmar's IWmon wl e
.Celebrates Day With Fine Pro- Store and Carried Possibly the Largest t.r..eetq s.Y
sf rnsny mts licH4 tes- Laxative
f. t jjranv:-Rain Interferes-Proceeds Go General Stock fn Alachua County tt/.elltS S : curesConstipation, B11loa.ness ,

1ft;...:to the Building Fund. -Other Stores Were In Danger.Micanopy. Dotban, Ala. Indiges ;rr

t:" 'The! people of North Gainesville were July 4S. II. Benjamin' April 10,.0.&. .Mxiar Ilea sad Headache ,,

r' font In numbers Tuesday, to large brick storehouse burned Acts promptly
; large on was this I have used La- ? s
*: i1'1; +'$O'b' la the celebration of the "Fourth morning. About 1 o'clock the tire mar'aLemonLax- and powerfully 01J r

.;?,aDd tae exercises sod p'cnlo' Camp- alarm was given and In a few minute ative( in my family the bovrel jet t.

.""#.(bsll's Grove was a very enjoyable oc- : most of the citizens of the town were and would not bn -. gentle and 1'18'' : D
l;;r..f;ss on.x"lTbe. ''> :azas on the ground ready to do anything (fn without it. It is ; ant in action-

program consisted of songs, rscih'tatlons r kG their power to save the building and certainly a valuable jr.j+ L.M does not gri;>e Arr

',; eto.. and there warn not a palriOtl contents. A glance showed bow utter. medicine. '-ra, Q sicken. It can' f

song in the whole category that If Impossible .it was to save anythingfor J. A. SU. burt10u-itea>
::? was'omitted. The Sunday .ehool chitdren Mr. Benjamin. The next thing to Chief of Police. help you

.. \* .and teachers marched from the do was to prevent the'fire from spread'ng.

"L fall to the picnic grounds at about 11 ..pr! YG, There was no wind and as the 0.._,..,all...tt ttrttg.'.r.._ .04.... I.r.o e.a,..

;1I'J."where' the exercises were opened 3av : '; walls were well built the flames went OWN CO AND MAMUPACTWHCO BY i

.1'.1'11.: song followed by prayer by -, ------ high into the air. thereby faring the LAMAR TAYLOR & RILEY DRUG COMPANY, Macon, ;

'JU*. :)Jr. Hart. Nine young ladies MISS CCNCVJVr MAY. adjoining building. It looked as it ia'I

J\1' ,ftfccir gave a dialogue which was folJowed : the stores of E. C. Chilly and N. DMott .

''( by singing "The Star. Spangled CATARRH OF STOMACH were doomed at times, but the . -. .-
-i!:Jgftnntr," A recitation "Old Glory," fire was confined to the Bvujsrrln

r.'+_:$ .. Oraee 'Wolf was very nicely CURED BY PE- U-NA. building. This was a magnificent brick The Oldest House in t
jrendercd.;:' Jimmy Campbell also did block, the pride of the toirn. It was Whiskey GeorgiEstablished
/.well.: There were many other fine selections Mil Ocnevlve May, 1817 S. Meridian built several years. ago and was knownall

": on the program and the main Ht., Indianapolis, Xnd;;Member Second over the State. The stock of goodswas i8 i.gpge .

address of Mr. Albert Turner was av'sry High: School Alumni Asu'n, write one o( the best general stores in -- --------- -- t
Perttam l. the finest regulator of m
clever and pleasing talk. TheM disordered stomach have. .".,found. Florida. The Iou will be about $40- zLw' OLD SIIAHPE \\'li.I.IMsPure

( speaker said he would not detain them It certainly deserves h/faprmj**. for It OOO): with about 25 per cent insurance.The fine old rye. By th. ga (ion f3l i u
: Tong, bat every word was full of good I. tie III fully prepared store had evidently been robbed Four full quart $3 56EU. 1
WkolesomeSadvIce' to the young He "1 waa in a terrible condition from a and then fired, as one of the front and EXPRE :> 1'UF I'\II
of catarrh of the stomach. '
neglected case
..;f proved by his brief allusions to thetfopice one of the back door. were open when
My food had long ceased to be of any J. COI.Purf .}:".\\
of the present day that he is the first parties arrived at the fire.
{Well In current events, as well aa good and only distressed me after eat The entire town and community > Pennsylvania Rye. I U:; up yrn-
,, I nauseatedhad heartburn
ing. WM" <*lu) r. By the gallon fj:! "j: four t
\. tbs history of our country lie was and headaches and felt rundown com pathize with Mr. Benjamin in his great full quart $3 hI>
"- .rmI7 applauded at the olu... pletely. But in two weeks after I took EX Pla;...- I'l f. l'\lH t
loss.Mr.
>,W After a song the exercises were I[ Peruna. I was a changed person. A few Benjamin will rebuild once.
''fj-sjlosad and most of those present In- I bottles of the medicine made a .great; His large iron safe is lying doors up. ANVIL KM:
<<7stalfed in a ptanlo dinner. Baskets change, and In three month my stomach ward, and seems to be in good condi Pure substantial family whr-kry H 1
'v : filled forth and the waa" cleared of catarrh, and my entire lion but this be ascertainedtill the gallon $2.SO. Four full rJ'lartt' I
., Well were brought cannot ?** 12 9O. EXPRESS 1'P.tI'\1I;
In better ooDdIUoo.Oeoe.I. .
vvtrowd was preparing for a good social system .a the fire dies out. i
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";tine' when the rain came down at a May.Write There Is no doubt about the store be. - CLIFFORD RYE
Dr. Hartman, President of The .
.'//telg. rate and many sought safety Hartman Banltarinm Columbus* Ohio tog robbed, as some of the partfra. first OLD KENTUCKY CORN; By the gallon $2 S5 Four full quirt t
$265. KXPRE3S PKKI'1IOU >
.peat the downpour in the hall and for free medical advice. All correspondence on the ground found a new pair of
Direct from bonded war.-hotin,, fine -
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11 Zvi places.tfIt b.ld confldhtlal pants'wbere they had been dropped on '
strictly % and old. By the gallon $3 ( ). > POINTER CLI II& loll
. rained at Intervals during the sf- . the ground near the next door to the Rich and mellow. By the 211100,10):\ .
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: ;/tsraoon, putting a stop to the baseball bundln quarts Four full quart..* $2P.EXPRESS ).
of much the fsra
are a source good to
I EXPRESS PREPAID
taime. but many remained at the Two years ago/: Mr. Benjamin's safe I'IUP.\W;
fly, bringing Ib.m.1I together and .
was blown open. --'---
;:grpandsand enjoyed The the swings of sndOther the each branch kept In contact with the I --- .---- -- We handle all the leading brand of Rye and Bourbon Whiskies", in the market -]
L>. aanoatmeots. use others, thereby ,.resulting the much WLL SAIL ACRO FRANCE. and will save you from l>.) to 6O per cent on your purchases. Send fur price] i
ends were tendered by the owner. desired family harmony.It list and catalogue. Free upon application.
r. Campbell, and the crowd was
and appreciated his kindness.verysrly Is an occasion' always looked! forward Airship To Be Given a Thorough Test THE ALTMAYER & FLATAU LIQUOR COMPANY
to by the junior members of the by the Government.New .
"la\t; 8 ,o'clock at night the people again MACON, U.\... and l UIRXINfilUM( .11.\.
family with much pleasure, as It affords York. July S.-The airship' constructed
in to assemble to witness the dls- In by the Mm. haa be. - .
them a day's outing l the wood. Ltebandy.
playot fireworks. Mr. Albert Weber, It $Is to be hoped that many more of gun It. voyage from Paris to the I UI i

t'Hsary Ramsey, Col. I. Webster and these reunions may b* recorded and ..tem frontier of France', according

'ethers bad purchased quite a large that Mr. Futch may enjoy j the pleas to a Paris cable to the Herald.

<..'quantity, and they were set off in good ares therefrom for yesrsto come. The stages of the Journey/ has been I
aryls without a mishap during the i arranged by )t. Derteaux. the minister:!

{ whole time Some of the pieces were HIGH SPRINGS SOCIETY. of.war, and the airship is placed under 1 _
::;:VSrq fine.R command of Colonel li Itoutteaux.

$* )Ir. Weber Invited a number of his RscsptlonTsndsrsd New Century Club 'director of the military aerostatic bureau
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friends to partake of refreshments at Notes of P'.r.on.llnl.re.l. at Cbalais.

\bis. home after the exercises were High Springs,July 6.-The New Century I After making the accent Colonel
availed themselves" of Douttleuax
..over.snd many from the airship recon-
Club was tendered a delightful 15.-
*.jtbe generous hospitality, lemon punch I tottered the environs of Meaux and
being served reception by )fr.. John Qulnlan on
? Indicated a place for a descent on the
,ri:;>The sale of lee cresm and lemonade Thursday afternoon last from 3 to 6 race course, where two wagons with .

wetted the Sunday school l. very neat o'clock. Mrs.. Qulnlan I. well knownas the tubes of hydrogen ffMered from
3 ;f be used in repairing their place one of the most delightful entertainers
'./of meeting.V a factory at M>aux. were In waiting.At .
and this occasion
proved quiteup
The large a quarter to 4 o'clock In the .AND OTHERS
by num.
: day was enjoyed a
to the standard:of former occasions.A .
morning the made from
Vfeer, In spit of the rain and oar North departure was
t-jOalnvsville friends scored another vioory feature of the occasion was the Molssun and after an excellent voyage
: as entertainers., presentation by the club president in in the air the descent! waa made at WITHOUT HESITANCY

a few well chosen remarks, of a handsome :0 minutes' pt tf o'clock, the 1 O kilometers
f' THE FUTCH REUNION. Indorse . . .
silver and
r sterling gold berry tiring covered In two hours
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spoon to* )In. George Eugene Gram- and tblrty-fllve> minute
\.ftd.nl. of Grand Old Man CameTofsthsr
'\" ling the club's most recent bride. The .t-erable airship was the anchored Mark Rogers Whiskey
l to Do Him Honor. She was taken completely by surprise. awaiting Instructions from Col-
k': On the"234 of June the annual reMnlon !
f though she very gracefully expressed one ItnutlUuax. aa the limit of perfection in distilling. Rich mellow and
'.. of, the) family of )lr. Ell Futch! her appreciation to the member smooth, it pleair th.> palates of many u ers. Will plea.<*
poceurred at the residence of his son-la- Faultless fruit punch and dslleloos lee Hanson Will Not Resign. yours at first opportunity, which we invite you to take

/; law lion. W. N. hutch of Santa H*, cream and cake were ..,.ed. Mrs. Macon da., July S.-In a personal
I This being the eightieth birthday. of llus Moon favored the 'withan ..
company Interview here Major J. *. Hanson
Mr. .Fetch his children, grandchildr I original club poem, and Mrs. Ware, said there was no ground for a statement Ocala House Wine Rooms Ocala, Fla.JOB .

'|and greatgrandchildren gathered the beloved president reel ted-In her In New Tork to the effect that

::around hint to celebrate the occasion own inimitable style, to the great delight Samuel O. parrott BOW vice president
>Vs\Dd show their and of Southern and -- - - . _. .._ _.
unbouDd.tllo.h, of her hearers. Mrs. P. P. Word the Georgia FieriJa -- - -- - --- - - --- -----

'.t.r.ct."o'ion tu their venerable ancestor. and Miss Susie.KUis: contributed music railroad would soon become ''presidentof

Mr. rutch is one of goad old Alaen completing a very Interesting impromptu the Central. from facta gathered

) oa eounl,'* most highly} honored andfespeeted I program, Mrs. Edith Hunter In.I Macon the Impression Is that the PRINTING

; eulaens, h. State from Oa. down are in perfect harmony with
l.ibvrty county, >> was the guest of honor.
wbea' a young man. and settled within Betty Hunter of Quitman. Oa., arrived each other and the people who ownthe Send Your Order to

j.two miles of when he now resides, andlived here on Sunday, and will visit. road.'

..::M. there over .ir><>t>, He has .I- friends for a few days.A. .
.*,.rays been a foremost ..rttisen helping O. Cole and charming daughter Death at Awtemebile Race. THE SUN JOB OFFICE.

.<. tiny way possible 'n advans. the Innit. Miss Minnie, came down from Savannah New Tork. July *.-A succession ol
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community and his coun- on Sunday to visit Mrs. H. Mel.. serious first
.sad his fvllow.rnan. aittt by so do- Grady a daughter of the former eerie of automobile radar at MOT-

l'' WOO the esteem and regard of all Mrs. Edith Hunter returned to the eta Park. While driving a ninety THE ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO., Ice

,iL"ta..e with whom he am_ in contact I home of )I,.. John ljuinlaa last horsepower car ta toe heavy weight 1

',# ')h': Futeh has reared a fatuity, of Wednesday, after a few days delightfully eoaaaptonsalp deal Paul l Salon dashed . ._ -> -TAtttJSUW- ..- -ice.Renders --- -- .
fourteen children who by their through a fence fatally In Jar lag s The question .
V. everyday spent' la the country with her sister rvtlabl services of sort alone the
I ifoUaaaa. who look every
named was
:1 life, are fit monuments to survive Mrs P. B. if. I)odl.y and family boy of Title *the Land Titles i la the :'I.i. of Florida, particular''I'
Sartort hlsaeelf .8<'&..1. Ttaccldat
tl.lm. His eons are numbered atoong tag en, e Alachaa coa.ty.
r*+ the most suceessful uterehanta and The Cocoa and Hock I edge News. 'In occurred warn tae racers first coe.ei. ---- ---

business men of the county, and his shaking of lb. neb soil aldog>> the were traveling a? a terrtAe speed. Bar M'ECfaI.TILs .A"'tra.rt6. Titles| Ta !Isle ".rT"""'

.'ijr.: daagbters are the wives of equally sue- I East Coast says that all yon"" have got tort covering a mUe tn leas than aMlavte ...'10. for .treeb IWrB ...Ke..Neat Lasd U........ rtatet C..tw.T.w. .
\ } .... ae acme tie taree-va
',iJ eessfal mea. uSa oldest living ..., 1 to- do to keep yourself supplied' with the iavestor. .., Ete.
tar term.
.-I :J K Fetch, :to'one of (iaiavsvUIe ....1 potatoes Is to eat off tae sods -
t, foremost eHiaests' sraxk with his family' before IOU coot* ""'- threw them. lathe 1'1Iie.-'> .., asei 'due' Ie ttaowsaoda o ftsarsIse .ferst.*.t First : atl sval Baak of OslaesvilWDottosi II, r
''line ..sJ4.4 N. I. bath. yard, aaT hLjvtll have' a big ] _leees-De:T ocbs s Lives A Ca:. ltahm..' k
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GAIM I HIS. IDEALS .FADED."A Innocent men in thisacd other countries WACAHOOTA. i B'1:7S 2CSS ,Q aDIL
sometime! suffer!! imprisonment
Stn. public official should be clean a.a'hound' disgrace and loss of money and time Parties, Picnics and Personal Para

,illite 'a tooth. "aid pre.ideD'Roo.e- for which they' get no ff'drith freedom graphs From This S ction.Vncahoota t '.% LHE: B. MORRIS

t. -'a.O .: ... :velt early in his dmlnUtratlon. Bu New Zealand i. the only land 'n \ July :5 -Miss KooatelPedri4k
l., -:"rda pr"l'"t'ao I82'S.' '. u d'tAcb of ConTl the President baa mad a ad departure earth where the iniquity has a remedy of Gainesville' i. visiting relative . . I 'hN TIST. . .

.'. of JoIaTe b a. ;: from that high .standard for pub. A citizen of New Zealand a country here

:,'= Every Jr....,. .... Thursday lie.official*, of late. He ha. attempted whose advanced method are being Mi** lassie Smith returned yesterday .
,Ited ,vindicate Paul Morton, Secretary of watched with interest by. t'aii hteDt"d.Roveromt"ntp from few Shell
FlerldsM a day. visit at .
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aIDHTUI Once ,.
.; 'ter M .
0:;, at law .u. re ". Vnoae 7 srr
duo of
the Navy* without process ; who may be! arrested for Pond

Editor and. Pobrr he has dismissed former Minister Bowen a crime against the State. and oo trial *. site a number of oar people attended I ...

Egg VcCF.EA1tT.-> but retained Assistant Secretary of found innocent, has his cat taken by a the PICMC .WilHiton: last J \. CARL-t.E. 1.

-- State Loomi.. after Mr. Loomis ha Court of Equity, the defendant' earn. Thur-dty. .kt'r'lt, 1..1' .1T t.\ WAnd :
i: TBKM* or SCBSCWFTIOWI been proven to have invested in Venezuelan lag power i* considered and he i.i reimbursed Mi'" Rosa Lee Smith and Maude I '

.... -> ;orice-a.Weekc. p eel a.year; six securities! while minister to that for the time l I.>*t at well as the B-iiUHi left Wedoeiday for a visit at :i': : .'r .n EllultJ +J
fie.ADTEBTIBIHO ---- '
: gctthe. **. ; country, and now he has exalted Loomis outlay hf may have been 'ul>jccted to Otter Creek
RATES: making him a special ambassador in defending himself. I Heal Estate Cootearttng:: and len..r i.'
by ; there-not MU
an # Janie Smith It spending a few eral! Practicell\ tii"..n,.." promptly" '
Local advertisements cents a line to France to receive the body of John opportunity in this connection for someAmerican day in 1i anoPJ. the guest of Col. attended tu Utlke) itt d,.orto8aiottloe. :,

.;;fir the grit and 10 cent.for each a'"ddi- Paul Jones, and has arranged; thaiMrtycoons' State National lawmaker 1 and Mr... John B.rr.Mi i\tsint: It; i I" l rLoHtDaBVYKK. :'
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tow iUf'rtion. three European vacation shall cost to enroll his name among. tho*.' who : ," Clarissa and John Barr Wat-

,eA fljsplsyedadvertIsements'for 12 ratH.v ., him nothing by giving him a commission love heir fellow man?_ kin pent a few days here l last week. FERV\-\ ) : :,

1' 5re*d furnished[ upon application.Marriage to investigate American diplo- 1i.I! Mubelle! Bauknight is visiting ATFOUNEY:-- : L\W t\J'
and Death notice inserted matic post in Europe. The President', Judging" from the length of the fee- friend at Centrsl.Mr ,

;t ties. Obaaane. 5 cent. a line. bold stand for railway rate legislationwon cud effui !m of .,'Fair Play" sent to ; *. Lula :Smith was shopping in U.ua+.tLLIi, 'Lo.n._ ':.

; for him the respect of American.irr..peeth'e -The bun: i deem it Mioanoiy: Mondsy.Kev t t} ,r.,

Ora CLCBBINO I.I.T/. of party and many there best to stop the controversy before: it \!r. Norwood of U illi.tonpreaohed : Can veil your city proerty| (hD'J'ro.d -

!I.[ Sun: and the Thrice-a-Week were who hoped that we had returnedto crowds out our advertising nutter and an excellent sermon to an attentive t i trucking and and uuiospruvrd farming land pho.phatet tend bin .
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(rY ) World one year. ... ...$1 M the early days of the republic at develop into a war of words that audience Snnday.U a list i of what you offer for sate :2l42n) ;;,

,ye Sun and Constitution the Atlanta one year.(Ga.). 1 1:5 least to, the extent of having a nonpartisan should be settled by the County Boardof are sorry. to hear of the illness .__. -- _-_--- -

., W Inn and the Atlanta (Ga.) President. The President'- Public Instruction and not throughthe of )Irt. s>. l:. Bradley, and hope to hearof '\V.E.. i\Kl.li.;
,De fmi-XVeekly Journal one year. 1 BOTi ) courageous stand with regard to the prt'tIiII. Our schools are being run tier Improvement soonMr G

fan and the bemMVeekly tariff.hogs. who are 'standing "frith on a plan best calculated to buil them and Mr*. T. U. Smith spent San: I ATTOUNEY-AT-\\\ ,
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Timf'I-Cnion one year their feet in the trough; added to the up and faithful and efficient teacher day lilt the s **ts of Mr. and :Mrs. J. . bOLJCrrUI: IN; CHANCKKYGAINt : . j ,

hosts ,of hi. admirer, although hi. are rewarded .. best they can. Td d"> o ronMi .

"; ..-.W denomination f will not accept than 2 stamps cent.. of-a tariff reform position was soon aban anything; or say anything that wouU ,* Irene Beach' an efficient. mulo I : VlLLK, AUchua Co. FLJ.

."u doned. It may still be that Democrat injure then is not the. desire of Tht9 teacher of Fellowship, I I. at Mr Hrad- Otilee in Endft KluckT ,

in will have to the Sun. hfin' I lefious his ..
Congress support giving -
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4 think advice i. cheap Jut --
j If you President in his campaign; against 1} tintineI (

.' follow; tome of it that is given you. "the railroads which monopolize the The fitiiatiou in Russia is the mOlt .. Theluia Curry celebrated her DR. J. 11. .\LIr.IIM.AN,

: great highroad of the country," but deplorable of any nation on the European fourth t irUdy M turd ', June :24tti: I

Mercy on us1! But if we feel bad no admirer of Theodore Roosevelt can continent, and equals that of over from ;3 i"' 60"look '!anus were the

,It, lint day now how will we feel in but regret that he should have so departed ..evt'nty.fh.e.rI ago, when
tie cut 1:9 year.? from hi* high idea a. he has was nearly on the verge of a col. delightful, refrehmentn were

done in the Morton, the Bowen and the lapse. It look. .. though the form of served! \un".ltill&: of ice and cakes tinder O-r Dulipo Jk Cu'. U.ci Uafa.C.ts 1 1I 1I 1I i

f Tire cotton market i. getting; airy Loom cases government that has oppressed herpeople the I. rg, Ultt trees on the lovely I

( the it is liable to cause a more than Ii") long; must surely fall. Japan I lawn near the louse.. She! was, the recipient -I I

sr1al: stir among; the Bear FLORIDA ORANGES.The has asked for upwards of five billion I of many handsome i rfeutAs .. I DM UOKl>OS 1). TJSON.OKNTIST.,

dollar to settle the war indemnity starlight proarhed all t>.de h* rgoodbye I I u

o Th:. is the season for the folk with people who expressed the opin- and if a fourth of that amount !If'' paid and wivhing, her many mire" I ,

Ik. short parse to strike for the farm ion that the orange crop of the State out, the cuuutry. will b.* pn .rtJ- happy birthdays. r

, taifcod their summer onting. would in a few year be confined to the stricken and the suffering. will be The Fourth of July was c"I.Lrahdwith

I South of the State, will soon find out greater than ever. a I picnic; under the large: oak tree Once :r MUr Law Kcb: _e...

The street cars of Jacksonville are : that they are sadly' mistaken. Thereare near the residence of Mr and Mrs V.

:i being boycotted) by the colored people. I many men in the nursery. and If any person ever doubted that the I'. S-mith flue time was had ty all lhlll.'U... .n..

"Jim orange; growing business who are (investigating of to the Old Flag ------ -- - .-.--- -
la other words they jumped true spirit loyalty prrsent
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Crow" the different varieties and pervaded the people of this locality, ALACHUA NEWS. Till; WEST hND: I ,
are every year producing a different they should hare been present at the
While the armistice and peace com- growth of tree on which to bud fruit fourth of July' demonstration in North FINE WINES: LigUOKH! A CIGARS
t A Bunch of Nro_ *. Shot-Other Local -
mission have the Jape quiet Russia that will grow; in the extreme north Gainesville, Tuesday. There never wasa JOHN )JtNl.JI4: : l'To, rl.wr. y
Not..
Bight pat in the time sinking what lit- ern part of the State and thrive.. more enthusiastically. patriotic crowd 11..121V its, -I. Jkok-watUle. n..

U.! of her DUI she has left., New tree are being produced that sembled and the spirit of '78 was Alaohua.July 5.-C. A. Williams left

.)' -- will .bed their foliage; early in the win. manifest. m every h.nd."hh such today fur Lynchburg, Va., where he Fautteer, bottle and draught. Doa%. Ui+
fail call> when in Jacksonville
t* on m
1) The Ptarton Oil Company ha. an ter and remain dormant later in the demonstrations each year it I. (impossiile will spend a month buying his fall

u rrt of 40 years' experience looking spring; .o as to not be affected. in case I for the rising generation to grow goods. -- -- - -'

r mr the field He is sure there I. oil the winter is quite ..e..ere.rhen the I I up without h.vinath.. utmost regard Miss May I)ell!! of Trailer' I is visitingher . .OKDHIt( : .

' ill Florida. We hope so, but expert. trees cease to grow; in winter the. cold I for the achievement. of our fortr.th.r. brother and sister here this week.Mrs. .

bate to lire r weather will not cut much of a figure; C A. Williams and children ar*
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-- -- with the orange; crop of Florida. I -- -- - .-- visiting In Mens| '
Whiskeys Wines Etc.
n. By the death of Secretary of State Mr. II. S. Graves of ,Gainesville has I The first number of The Sun-1ay T. H. Taylor has resigned his positionin I Ir. ,:

John! Hay. wrieh occurred at hi. sum- been experimenting; with a growing; Globe and I'nioii Label published at Bishop's drug store sad ha engagedtu h

I. tar home near New bury, N. H., S.tItdlf tree that will produce floe fruit, and : Tamps, made its appearance last Sun ( writing Insurance, t

the United States ha. lo.t one has ascertained that he has oaf that day. It i I. printed in magazine form, A. I). Walker Aucilla Is visiting . . from . .

If f It. trot brilliant statesmen and will not grow; in winter under the mot i 16 pages and a cover and present avery Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Bishop.

; fr.iid.nt Kooievelt's cabinet its lead- favorable circumstances. lie took par- creditable apiearance. .\. F. A baby buy arrived at the hum of '

w icolar pains to keep one of these trees Luvering; i I. owner and editor It will :Mr. and Mrs. I'at Itubbard Wednesday Henry FreeThe /
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in a warm place where house plants b<* published "In the* Interest of organized : ., June 'hthMr I .

Tampa (Internal revenue collections did well last winter and he could not labor and the common people" and Mr. William Myr are

Sir> the fioal year ending June 3Othaoont induce it in any way to deviate from .-.--. -- happy over" the. arrival of a girl h.ny only up.todato '

". & to |''..' .>.384 91. an increase for its natural course, but in the spring Ml. Dula Wolf has returned from a
Galnesvlll in making Olth..r
Ih The Min Mail Orderin I 1lU$4
rift year of over fl25.12OM.' If came forth in a healthy condition. visit to Aucilla and other point
long list of those paper supporting
.! kMnodrwbaeks it will only take With such tree that will become Gainesville for the University, Mr. and Mr.. W C Kite and Ml.. tho South: . . ,

Itbt.* few years to pay the National foliated and remain dormant all d.-I should have Included The Lake Butler Trixle Rites. are on a visit t.J Charleston ..

_-- -- ler, refusing to grow; out of .ea.on. Star which I I. emphatically In favor of S. OR -
Ile 't ; fro Grave i. of the opinion that the n.in..nlll.-I.ake Butler Mar ( The A. Turner and family are at j'

ItM without man who thinks he can do busi- orange question will toon be solved omission was unintentionsl' Worthington SprloK 16 & 18 Clay and 501 W. Bay SU

'1&zJ advertising should take and the men who handle groves prop- . Ml.* lava ItriMwrll of Tampa I Ie the ;;

eD. That ple from the government; of Mex- e,11 will be able to produce good fruit Merchants who- advertise In The chsrminzguest of ih* MUses Stoke at Jacksonville, Florida. '"

country will spend one mll- Hover Florida. the Hh..rtlel.l House.
,
1so 40.1.,. to advertise T.Ic..U.f'.k Sun get good resultsIt
its '
advantages A wholesale, thootiiif occurred near ,
std tt .i .alibe Uaited has a circulation of over Ii+GI in
keel; used In the WE HOPE SO. Alachua county, ard thereare few people here Sunday night, and the negroes Write for Price List Etc.,
-- - were! shot Several arrests were made t
In this tart ..f the M.e who ao
.. 11:1 law passed The fact that South Florida was but at the trial before Judge. Caswellno ..__ .p.'
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: -nn C c, not take It. There I. nu better advertising eI'TITU +
n..": *1 '. by the strong enough in the Legislature to'' in Central Florida. evidence .uttlclnt to eorivlet was : .N t'uu Ir.c 'rJN. {1''a
pia Ki.Iatare goes into .reo& capture edU.JGO for their midwinter medium brought out The prisoners" were r.leased .. To the II 11e' b-st JO _.. We the YMILif..l l. ... r ,, ... ",
days. It will be onto i -- -- ii> -M .ot. "' .
11:111 air is a good; indication that South ... .. '
: . very re st4lr.f In terrll.wt" -' sat tutu
s* or give away cigarm France has at last succeeded In ...p. ..rlb.e.l f J a !J'. ti
Ittt any Florida can get most anything it goes Mr. J XV D.ll has returned from AJuth 5 51,11./ ;
r curette! Mate from the church ft .t"- If, l |W It. t' t i 1..... .
tobacco t!!
or anynL'M of the State aratirg the Lake City. 14
fter. That section seemsto lt..55a: '.t.' r 1..r' .
f'r, the Purpose of making' Now the only. trouble I. that. they. may :. th, r1. >A. H, Y, ..ni ;: ' a-G;;3f.44 -
| be pretty unanimous for Gainesville Mrs H C x).U|| li visiting, TraiUr. e....|f HIM 'ru..i.jl" It.1r' ...alesi .1
tt1.e the location for the t tote Unlversly '- get the Mate so faraway that they will||| ..-... --- '" ,be .u-jb call, .., t+e.,. It, I.. .tt4 all , t'dTr
as
..' l"t - =---= I ,-Pentaeola New. not b*I able! to distinguish> a church ; BIO TIME AT TRENTON: I4., f1;r1.IA>.h. ':to.l.,.i .. :' ::.:rM*..,.,W/P. /r t:e1e1w'1')1.N. #
arms of Germany and from a livery stable.Shooting! I . 'r 10 Mlln ., t. M a anal W of ...... ;..' ,.;
grief We. always win,.-Tampa Morning . .... _
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at t e .. 41. nuflAof u. 1. ooea5s 1'-_ _"'
prssent time! would be --- Se".rHundr.d P.opU Gathered lo .. }
a .1dY a ... U._a 'r r 'ls.eaia sad. et 1few. I 'a1,
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wa c.e
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Pris.
for
sal + 'Ilal.r I.iii. .1 '4i auWr hd, .
*.. sot f-ol'o-. Th. people The Florida MidVinterFair.l.oef' The good people of Trenton an.' vicinity "'...., ...1...,..w.1'd.tevei.. Marton lb* ,
at toned The G.invsvllle Guards met. at their .......d..r _J I.'Huey saaa........cf.I.1Tea ?
)) on their leader in in order that all counties sod embled. that the .
I'&tt. tion. a at place on l.rMrr Mi ta>i limas/Mrpe.1ee. u>yJ
IeS the Fourth and did son : r
the pew range on I ieriin, dl./rl..Y.je.s. for
.hI ikwtUUo
ass:..s. r1.. tJ'Q victory of Germany seasons may have absolutely' equal opportunities good shooting at 'fntrva! not thermos Fourth to show their palrl .lad.......... ,_ .' wOUS lies _....,.. tfch.
easy now. In the exhibit department, very u lm, and participated' is| a big pl"ni<*. j I e1.1rM4. M+....'".u, ____.....
-- withstanding the rain' interfered with I I It r ViM I .-, W, M. U.r. O. A< Wi.II.....
; S. have mailed copies of the premium There were several hundred pr..**ntandth A I. a .
t en: ;;;b them much of the afternoon. Y s.na." ed.r. U A. P1..sss.
... .f'rI" to trials eoU IIlte to the board of county eoramis-- day was paa* d ,In a manner J. W IJT',M.. s... J A News. W, r. lbws. '
Iter ''*<1 Captain Lawn won the medal fur A teue V-w a I*. I* ;Uwe M. 1(..w UU.*M.r. J. NWlit.
altl': wUblf their midst but stoners of every county, in order that I) .pproJ mate to the occasion. j'I ... h II ...... /"W{. H. l>.... J. N. _.'-*
ester "n the University the .TOO yards range .t. evnau ... A J IkHie. I. u. Wit l*..... W W, Meek. L-
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orili l.rn WhIU there l !
b tr '. Qui. three board may make or j i wr several a< < re* ..
!., ; "...U captured tht* 2V) yard prise. 1.I.a..aI.n& I A -:--- e.
upon I.h. altar If suggestions regarding the amounts all of which were good Cbrituf.her
'r winner' of the
1tb Blsndlnx wa the
t.Sr.. w'" come to the rescue, given for exhibits of different ,I )(atb...,.. of this city, wa the orator uf j I
>r .. at all ..
... , *.nIJ not going lo allow. t'bn the IUt ere returned, prooh'1 range I' the day, aDd It I I. said by those pr..e.t
I There is I no doubt bit what the boy .
grow
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:- ... t :,. s op in Ignorance aaC jreatlon of nge, they will send some good muk.n.Q U Mt I that he did himself proud upon ibis qI'I- PATENTS

I:''J "t aP! for It.-Gadd.n U.h.| .uel u. r i bated throughout th. j I' .tugu.tia., at the Mtate shoot in ,\u es.Ion.
'\ &tat*. M M] All desiring fists hool4' ads I i Tberw wa a tig dinner, spiced usd.rlb.
.y ., Is.t = --==-"=: a,F.. Ir..* ,lent T. J'. L. Brown Tam- gut -- -- -- 4 shad. of the msgaif.ent Trentoooak 52 R-4Jtt fLtr '

r >t i'. w ;r,"a. through large lb. .... *. pal who will gladly' stud them a* soon j ja j ja. A Pl.***"t Pr1f. *, and alt gihr the day was >+. M.-. .tA..tr.1.AtL COUMTKIC.,,.sagas kt kt.w

.syt _'. ..* ;.t... B-eMOfw r prtode *- printed Th eoonty' having the j J A pleasant| parry of North U.hacoewUJ.l spent la a mot ..joy able (na.n.r. Wa.1..A+ */ **4 H.tt+fflm M... H ae, rvMP
llew . are Sd. apeD lb.w :* I.,....' and bt gmsera. exhibit of"" beat outing. plenUksrl Col.. )(.<....on and other traps S inj>e- */W / < A. ?s
folks on a day' /
J' Ul.. Mrs.bw PNeW. fsdas.lp ,
> r. CIIIT.n'lJ'' asstp rod net*. according to ih* ltst "" fourth Then Oaioc.vlSU who attended the plsaltt. a/e fi
s. st' bnoJ_, why act all craft, will refv $2.t Xl. while the ..'I at IfJJ's Kink oo the returned to the el'" W..a"lttJa. .ss tare sae..Ik ... .krL..rate pasts
sq, fnrtnallysettle ar; laving the second largest and bet wa plenty of good things to eat and jTB waewwvew, *>. CCASNOW.
,. ......, .. Ih. Ut.gttesw sfcfbtt will toe given tljWXI, with price drink, with the: result that the day. wa
s Board of eo.tG"I .- downward to th. county bar- JMks N*vilU poJMalol ) .. are slier the
.. ranging pent ia a not del'gbtful m....'. *
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as, y"d .. a jury In less she aiit* largest tad beat ."Iblt.Qeaa to r-J Tare .b' trod oblack
,.-P'.e.. .fj& 1& for ills ptts- ty prixe. for special prodo. will The party' ret.t1Ht4 to their rr.geelly.. mma wr arre.ted 04 K.ady
: '; a bo lie ai..a- booax to tbc early_ .*..aa.C.'r.r t set carrjtac eob v .lyppsit.,.'-
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Owing the increase In the number
PARTS OF FLORIDA of subscribers, the DeLand Telephone

I ELIXIR Company is installing a new switchboard .
with a larger capacity DeLand

Brief Happenings From Various EMULATES$ THE Is now connected by 'phone with Day The Land of

Sections of State. LIVER, tona. Orotund Port Orange and New.
Smyrna, on the East Coast, Lake
STOMACH, Helen! on the South, and Be ford
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THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS BOWELS I Uneeda BiscuitThe
I KIDNEYS.The and Glen wood and:: Bards Mill on the
(! West.
Transpiring In "The Land of Flowers."

Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the inventor of the famous "TER- NEW AIRSHIP A euccess.

M'' UIILL 8CIiATE. a man known wherever Modern
Busy Reader -Items of Interest to ,
plows are void and Dud,says : Makes Successful Three-Hour VoyageIn
All Classes.k Teeth of Wind.

Toledo O July 3.-One of the mOAt Soda Crackeru
k DeLand now has a building and loan
association.An . "'1 bate a.e4 MO/X.BVS: LKYIO24 remarkable flight ever made in an
ELIXIR for 10 or K yeant In mr
,rw ,; eight-foot shark was captured at family for the stomach Uvcr and Iclder airship has been performed by A. II.Kcabenshue "
f.Tidbals: a few days ago. ". and and Ii I I..* the bent. medicine I : !, who tallel through; the Bounded on.the,
have ever u ed. It It also a sure pe- air a titatance of ;J mile. landed on
I* :Jensen merchants have Inaugurated cine for pain In the buck or under the top of u 10 story office building In ::r i
:;l I;the Thursday half-holiday.A tboulder I bave recommended it Innumerous minute from the time of starting and North by the Purity

'). A postofflce has been established at case* to car workmen when then returned to tbe depot from which
sick and unable to work.sad tt ba"alwayaKiven -
J, Bauble with Mrs. Ida Hsrrell. post perfect..tlstactlon. U. I). .be started. of the Snows ; on
4r
mistress.Jacksonville. TLRHI'.L.L. Hr*.Uleat Atlanta Plow The day was Ideal for the daring )

;;;r. Is trying to get the Co.. Atlanta." feat. A light wind was blowing from the South by the
the eat and Knabensbue Bailed" his
f.bt Doteh Burg line of steamers to make t
that port. MOZLEY'S LEMON ELIXIR. aerial craft directly In the face of
?o
thla wind. Two days ajo; he declared Nutritious Wealthof
'f 8t. Johns county Is in a prosperous __ __ _
'. ou he would sail down ti jn ar.d all)?:.t
condition, having f 36.654 01 on depositto and his friends with him the best
nay on tbe top of a tIn tltory tmildluihen ;.
;, : Its credit. the Tropics ; on
In the landShippers *
\\ he left the starting place he dl.
,if:: The editor The DeSoto County Ad- in the vicinity of r Ocala are rect id the ship straight for the city.

_'tv i'..ertlser has been feasting on bear making a vigorous kick about the Armour When half the distance had bten covered the East by theHealthfulness it

: 'teak. Burin was captured near %Xolfo cam. They pay big prices for an upper current of air carri*"!

by cow puncheri. having them iced, bat claim there I. him up'tel a
;I! Among those, mho have been appointed not enough used in some of the cars to the nervy director did not lus control
Governor liroward to taket make a jullp.J. of his machine for a moment and te.red -

t\ the census of Florida this year, is Mr. It King a colored minister of It directly for the heart of aht' city Scientific Baking ; ,
1' L. J. r.rumby of this city.-Ocala Ban Business wan entirely msptnd-d and
Tampa, evidently got on too familiar
ner. the entire peculation: gathered In thestreet the West by the :
t on
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'I terms with the c am m on Ion gin, and
to watch the course of the .hhip
Fort Tierce Is hnitle
making a justt tad I IJ. a row with a street car conductor
at' present. Two ice factories are 4 over the "Jim Crow" law, was arrested When directly over the sk'I'rBlwrKnab'n..huo Energizing Powerof rn
dlnctfd his craft assured, and now the people are out I aDd settled! with Judge Whittaker.The ,
.1 ward and alighted gracefully on the:!
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for a town hall. And they will sure
.f Miami Metropolis of Saturday building. A round of appiaueM; greeted the Mountains.
It.
"r _get has I a tine view of the new hotel Hal.eyon the daring navigator: who watt leas t\. n
"J\\t Ponta iorda's cattle market Is quite 4 Hall to be opened In that city in cited than any of the -p-ctator h

'rl' motive and TOO head will go from that November. It is built of stone; and After examining the ship to Ice r at

',1 ,port to Havana this week. The south .will cot. t.'SO.OOO. There will be ISO It was all right and receiving the! con. E
;;j portion of this State Is doing a big .steeping rooms and all the necessary gratulationM of 1.111| frltnds. Knahtn. 5'

'\ business In this line. I parlors, etc. It Is a beauty. .hue started on ills trip back und jjo-

The Plant City Courier dimes Editor The Atlantic Investment Company, ing with tb.* wind he madb the return
ti! Adrian Jordan for the first voyage in 15: minutes He declare
governor 1 to be located at Jacksonville, with capital NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
.r a; of South Florida when the separation I stock of IIOO.OGO, has been incor that his present ship Is tar superiorto r

:if'. shall take place and the new. 1 porated. The business to be transacted other ho has navigated that It is s

l'' :State Is In.ugur.ted.-e.l. Banner 4 tty this corporation is to buy., ..11. easier managed and that he has solretl

::1'" The grand Jury of Hlllsborough ]lease own, h'ld. convey and mortgagereal I abe problem of aerial navigation. r

:a county has found a true bill against property and to improve same by I 7 t
Will,, Interest
f 1, ,the Wilder brothers In the Oscar Ilran- preotlng buildings thereon. Many. f>fn't ffrgtt
Den murder near I'lant City Forty The Miami band asked to be paid for Every person should know that good:
witnesses testified before the jury In health i. impossible If the kidney are Graham Crackers )
.
I>laying on the Fourth and some of the
c, this case.lion. mronics in that city set up a big howl.If deranged Foley'n Kidney C'ir will Batter Thin Biscuit 1
and bladder disease in
_ 1> Hobert \\', Davis, ex>Congressman : some of those pinch-penny fellows euro kidney every t
form and will build. and
up Social Tea Biscuit
w from the euond Dlitriet contemplates would practice for years to become
strengthen!! thee nrgan; so they will
locating Tampa and practicing able to play with a band and spend Lemon Soaps
their function No
';j'r: law Mr. Davis is an able aUnr.u I twice' or three times what they made perform properly rt
danger! of Url h"11 dliieane diabetes
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\1" if "01. Kidney fure J- taken In

,Ii''" R. MOPPETT'S Cures Cholera Infantum, time. J. W McCollum( Co. v,

.: Diarrhoea. Dysentery and Itsrd
FATAL MOTOR CAR ACCIDENT.
t Bowel Troubles of Children of
J:' Jtny Jlge. Aids Dilation: &
I
.ro RtguUtej the Bowels.Stren ..ths Chauffeur Was Unable to Control Ma
'I tow .. the Child and MAKES chine-One Woman Killed.
tew:;: ? ING I'OWDI TffTHIHCt JTXar.l& New York. July 3.-,A fatal automo-

'CotlY&o" at Bmofsts, or mail 25c to C. J. OFFETT. M. D., St Louis, eta main road leading from L'h'nllonl..rr, _
Utothor / Homttmto no longer, but oovo tho hootth and llfo of3fOttr clan to I_iHchatni**, whire the start
!,''f.'! chlltft mm thousands have done by giving thou powiler for the race for the International cup
\.?; TMBTHiMA to easily given and quickly oountorooto and ovor- will be made says a Paris dispatch to
,f""' .a Ute otTooto of the umm9t)a hoot upon toothing ch/fttron. the Herald.

,. . Baron llrnrl de Ilothschllds second
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machinist. Tomlnsler, and Joseph Jef. A Healthy Liver MakesA
+ frelde, another chauffeur in the service


i' K.J.1.. Are A You Going Away ? baron horse of women drives.|the ower baron from automobile IwiPchamp were returning which In a withtwo she.nix Well Man



:1 ,_ YOU WILL NEED A NEW The automobile was traveling down
one of the long slopes at a tremendouspace

HANDBAG FOR TRAVELING, when the driver seeing
In front of him applied tbe brakes.l I

t+, and "we hnvo just l"t'Ceivct1 a I lurg lino of new stylo 'Is a result the back wheels "skidded

? Bags in black, brown and green.Good : Reasonable price4.T on the greasy' surface of tbe road and I

values. Come and see the! vehicle crashed against ahe piers j, .....
T 01m.n stone bridge, The four I,
occupant of the automobile were burl iej A PTjmXLT VKGKTABLK COKPOtTND and the HOST' r&JU
L. C. SMITH:, out from the machine. | FECT UVBJI MXDICINK KNOWN. Do not fill your systssn
with Calomel. Arsenic or Quinine. BESX1NE U a \ .n.ft-
"North Side Square Gainesville, Florida A number of barrels of tar Mood 1 teed cure for all diseases produced by a TOBFID 14TKJI
near One of the women struck a and tnFtJVJC BLOOD. It will cure MAlJUtlA without Uar-
Imrrrl with her bead which war Inc any of the deadly effects of many drugs und for tier
cnidhed In and she died Instantly One''! purpose. One bottle purchased: : today may save you frees,
l a slek spell tomorrow. Quickly cure ..Ueeaae... Ce.-
ABSTRACT & REALTY COMPANY of the men was ciao thrown apfQ.t .tJ .d.a. Drspepsla. Kalaxla. C111I-. ..* all LiverCevaplalmta.
a barrel with such force that his bead Used and recommended by: the medical pro
went through the side. teeskio .....n:17.

rXX1oorpor.t4K1I: Persons near at band went to tbe A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN'S

E. E. VOYLE. MQ-B. rescue and the manager had been ENDORSEMENTDr.
withdrawn from the barrel and and
Abstracts of Titl and full lufortnatlou furnished regarding; Lands 1st this red to the A.J. Hannah a t lea&nf physician of Umat:1*.
Be wa then r*mo hospital
euunty Our manager has lived in this county thirty years auJ !r FTs. sAvsi "1 have been usinff Herbine 'In my practice -
1a thoroughly eouversant with land title.. at ClernK>nt'FVirtaoa badly hurt. The, and am well pleased nth the reota.! 1 always
two oaaer occupants, who were thrown'late keep some oo hand. and think It a grind mbcat5.
tbe n.4 E_ EV 0 :Y: iiill'IRE .. The auto was smashed. to t
LslEO BottW 50c Avoid AH Substitute
ACCIDENT.: 11OKUL\RY AND INDEMNITY INSUltANCK Rep,.. pieces.
seating a number of prominent American and English KKAI. KSTVTK AND CITY LOAtHtGa.l.JL.eHvLJ..1o Cheerfulty foe Kheurnall -
r a .F"1.01.'itiAk .m>, ... Loma. V. .. -rV.dyertise .

-- .. (>. 41. .II&b*.. DaavUle, tli. write.

------- --- -t -- Dee. t, ISOli "About two ,""*,. ago I

.f' : .iAIHESVILLE BOTTLINI WOKS i 1walrrutlata was laid up for four months with ..he- OLD AHO RiW. V
m at ism, I tried Ballard's Snow LJaUnientt .'
a..rPara ore bottle eared trve, I... :JOEJN"SO: : : -, Gal.D.eB-v-i: :: : 1. c
obeertall cofwnaeftd it to all autterI. -
,t'/ I Sod Water, all Floors, Glni.i lie, Root art> Blrcl Beer, Cider Etc. .. froea, like$ aAteiioe," 3Ao. :V' >j aura .. -.- .
fl. 8o)4 by W. )I.Johaeoa.
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THE GAINESVILLE SUN: JULY G. 1905 J

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: ,;:. H INJURED IN WANT COUNTRYMEN TO HELP. I I ICASTO I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS..-..-...-.

to San Francisco Placarded. with Appealsto '
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FORE: .tto: '1 \1, .rtTn.\IjF., 1"

WRECK Chin men. I In the 4"1r"II". ... .. .
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RAILROAD San Chinatown J "( ,':.a! ClrnuU.
Francl.co. July
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_-.sillY$1u11L11'"+;NL iW... \.hu.. 1 I..
Is placarded with exhortations to the U.'Il'Z h (III...." .. \ I.. It.J. < ..11,'n'*rT
i . . .11 Mortin.I -
RIA I .call" .... ..,.".r ,. \. 11'11'.1\. I : 14It
Chinese with their fellow
to join country .
4 "a'I'a'tntr 4.l sni.... .1'\1101",1 .
suspended For Over 'nren In China for the repeal of the hilt III.... in the I'liJouet ."e .I".I .. ,.r th.' .the,.n

C Is the <.t..n.l..n' tho.".'11 ,, 1 , ...
exclusion taws and similar noticeof 1 .
a. .I.lrn'' < f the .tale" .i.r tK ..., hi. .no < 'I., ,
fifteen Hours. concerned movement has been posted It For Infants and Children .U a reUtent. of tiuhutit" -.t.at.. ..f Mi., ., .i.4
*1 I I. over the .
ass of t\'intherefore "nr ".' ., ,
on the door of the Chinese consulate rtlere<1 that -4.1, wrn.rr,...r.. .:...a
fenJnt he un>) .he i.. brut' .
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a' VARDAMAN ON THE TRAIN In this city. The Kind You Have l eur to tin- UIur\.; (".111,4 i ,'.,ti.'r.i ivau ftI.:ur.l... .' ? '.a.ip1

.Meetings: are being held! and money .e .>n or' h. r."re :M. u.l".,. '!.,, ;. .: ..f
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IUlu"t. I It 1 Ik oft other
t the:
. of the Injured Are Report- subscribed to further the effort to open i>f .r4.t MI\ will t detrtatsnt
tHt Non. the doors to ('ollelabor.. The clr w;
Yet Some of Them Always Bought Ik K further onlertHt shut tlu I-It' .. ut.
i.. Fatally Hurt. cular which has aroused most attention !"..h>.t| nee a week for four .>II-,*-.-" :1' ,' ,.......
Condition Cau: Is thaa issued the ANcgctablc Preparation For Asslmilalmfi In The ttiiCHtllJr. "UII" M ".....,..u.>.. ........
Serious by
general In
In a tha.atd oouttt\ IUd Kt.itf" f
1It the Food andRct'ula-

f tM Wreck Unknown. society of Chinese residing In the United tin + the andBcAvis> ofINFANZS Bears theSignature TtiU t'Uh 4.".. \\IKNiIr Jun. I..ltlt\; .:..>. ,'1..,... l'ln'.. a

State This circular proclaimsthat ___ I"1.. -H t'II.:\'KS' '"
3.-A Bpclal:: to ,, A true 4"oi'% ..f 1.1111.,1. l
July n
it is .
Kee Orleaa an organization of leading: I "" II \\'I":\U"oo irk& l'trt'v'. '"

!cater from Jackson says: Chinese both In this country and In -- -- '*'.*. ..11| IVr :M "" t..U\: .}:.... ,
train on .- L1' :00 11:1.1\\11-: ;, na1'r: r.>r l'uma.t tlilt.
!-n eMtbounJ passenger China for the passing through ton.grt'8S Promotes Digeslion.Chc-erfur-, -- - -
wrecked
sad Crescent was of the act of repeal and states .
Queen nessandRest.Contains neither I .!. hilt l'I\1'K. I:

aidOlht! Just beyond Pearl rl.erf that it has a treasury jointly In the of In the t%" .. .
Opuim.Morphine nor>ti1\ 'al. mutt t'ourt .:I..htlJu.II.. . cult,
near her. None of the paa- United States and In China the stock .\Uoliit I iount\* . ri.trtttt In "...tn..'.rrhert
but aeveral were \ \: t. I'!.r''.. w. t1..reo.'" .: 4,+ ._..e. .
n vas killed of which wit be sold for $1; a share. I"...".... 4

nously injurd and: tramc was All money collected In this way Is to It 11'Petrln.t l.v srttt: 1\ "...,....t..., t .. .,' bill r
N.utcOTIC.N. rt'r: In tn.- ulntvr .
The accident oiitlittii| .r thu.trei' .
15 hours. '
for go Immediately to the promotion of ..
up t.: lier a the deret4.lant lh<*n>ln name.' a '
t:ought to have been due to a den unrestricted Chinese,, Immigration non r.*..ilt>nt of the "".tIts ..f riorum at.| ar.ddenI.t .
of the engine'sor the elty of :\.I.II..t..n l :Mi.Ml ....t
flange on one Other circulars bring attention to the .
.
.. .rApei1.eci eount.niiui'tl.Mil and over the ,\*+ of y
7's. displacement of the boycott now declared In several! parts .-..... In twentrie. v..r.I l. trierefure onlrretl thioulil '
lion re.tdrht .
itefeiut-titt t>e atul .h.! ixh"rel -
.. nhich It ocurred. The en. of the empire;aln8t American merchants ' >>. re.iiiretl to at |'**itr to the Mill, of ..i'n....lni ''
coach and 1__.f-J_ tined In x.tlit entire on 01 1 t.er..re M.tli.t' the
mil! car baggage but what action wit be takenon '. 'MM l .1.., ..r JtiU .\ II I'kf\ .
iisatlon coach left the rails and these' 1* left to the six companies t:::; iexiktloiio' ..,M but will .... iHk M) :AM. ".ie\l 4
UseOver t>v oitiil defendant
all!! badly: damaged. which arrogate all decisions, on com It l I.. further onlere that thl. ..n\i.r ..f (...It-
Homed/ rorConslipn- IUhe once week. for foi .. .. ,
n
are William Jones white. r-oti M u" ve weey
Ife injured rnercial questions to themaeUes"' It 1 lion Sour Stomach.IJiarrhocn In The U..lne.vtlle xm" A ueM"|>'tie tuttt

d.ID Sampson Bell negro. Bran.Cargi' Is Impossible to tell with accuracyfrom Worms (-onvuUions.Koxvnshness It..he<( In %ti..t.fount\. and *" ,..ii> a
.
ThlJune
:J tU li i*
iJonaldson. negro Jack what sources: the posters origin. ntul Loss or SLEET: *. For "" II. \\'I",1.:: : : . lr.... t. .. tirt
Quntln! Vaughn porter Jackson: ated. .. Ih'\: c'IK't( : :x 1) '
w:
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\ tn'r-t'oly f "rl-m.l lH ..
1 1. Jone' express messenger MerlJ Facl itnilc;, Sijjrtnlure, of "" II \\ HS\: .>.. 'lerh flreult .' irt.IVr .

u,, J Longasree. negro mall Excitement Runs High. e2re92z. ;: :X" A J//hp.ula : M :x r.t hcte fur l'ntnl*. |i 'iJOVr ',

Wit JuJf'neBlakely., negro flreEc.fi Nashville. Tenn. July :3.-f..citfO. -xi:". ""0111 Thirty I t YearsCASTORIA

.... ment continues at fever heat at ScottP'vlllc. t:\ Kt'r1tiu141'1: .r, i

.: ._.r Heron put the brakes on Ky.. caused by the negro population ....LI.T.. .tIlCII."t"n% ,.." '"ot I.-rn. on the

ilea I! f 'it the train leaving the of the place to retaliate on the !J.I (!... of June. A II 4.10" at,...",..... 4.r Inc
ahe I ".'ml* .lii.Ue of .\laohu.s ....un'''. .''''1.1. tohe
calunhtouhtediy prevented white people if the alleged negro incendlaiirs th. i.iMlerslKnnl, a. ..,..114.1 of L L.., will
Ibu of :t. -.v lives Governor Varrta. and t..a'I.rt4t. ..f U.."... It I'olte der.r.e4. y
l
nchod The fcellni
are > ... ,.., .
rl .r .1",11" Ina Iherrrore. .r".ad'
I nil ca n I one of the sleepers and es. among the white people: Is so Intense i t.'ACr cDPYOF WRAPPER. h4 .lour ..r. ,..n oiiler ui* r .....1. ..r !e ...au.IIII-I\"U..n the relate ul
Japedtrio "w :a shaking: up The prop. that it I is feared that th Jail will be '"" e Nwr4 54___.. .cw TSSS _..... -484.4. It.rrt. II I I',iriei (.cress.1., liv ll. 'o..n-
'" tWd vy. that It !la feared that the Jail will be'' I. .IoI".1I-,1,1 .>"'iiit\. ..r :ai-hUM. on the Oil
.14. ..! Jinn-' \ I' I". ;. n..Itrr' ,IN hereltr nl"..
onranleds", : a precautionary im-is: ---- 1.' nil .. .". .-( I.MV ltfu.ee.... ill.trll>uieei..
SOLONS DENOUNCE LYNCHING. slat "I IOU ...".. 1,48.ln. ..'I.... ..r de111rndraaalnt 1
tire two of the neKrop" rhirRod::: with i! Hie.t' ile ...fulit H..%...!.I II .'.,rtaf.

arson hiv. been remo\od to IViwlln? .lef. .e..-..MI i air lit.i-e.i. .'..::10..1 m" ".tt to |>re..nl 1
: the KMliie to n.e ..l .I.tcu...T4S.1.! I'lorblit. wltlf
stature Unfortu
6ecr2a Leg' Deplores Green K>'.. for safe keeping; .ludac i In tau i:Jieai. Iron'th.' ....c.. of Hit. n.ttl.'v.(
nate Affair in State. j the ...,..... brim tn. .1..,.. of r Hie lt>%t |>..baco: _
Galloway has! ben ako( to con\"t.onf' tlon theieof. the IIIt.r r<*."I1.a, be Ira ur ..U... k
i I
At''; : -The house of .
y > repre"animoualy a special term oT court to try the sitssi ern> k.et'ie .unit1 Klukli he (orttveir nllvrwartttiar
.. .t .M . .. .... ..
pot; adopted a res. IRIOEJ :HOIST e per..rh- Ituleuietl au % Ut tat
p cao.l nr ifocs I me, ,..., iestr L' 'r v condemning the action I II ( tIMlerHltlTivtlIKitnl

-t4. a'I .. "ir-h\ took eight, prisoners .OP . . thl*. ;XAI ili at ut J line' ,\ |I' IMMinH
( v I'utPn.:
froa If *l WatklnHvllle Oco- r'\et: .101 of the l....l \\.\HI Mini' .I....(itnienl OfUoUe
\ til INirter Ia.t-.e...-.
ter utiil,i lynched them andi
EUREKA WINE & LIQUOR co -

q I ',"n'h p governor to offer reuse ?
Periodic .N( lll .1 AI'I't.HTION n H TAXi

va' :n i > .-very means In his It1:1:1: t ..u..1& t"rans: .. ut' 'IIAl'lKitNolUe

NI t, rl'i ,ig!, the offender to speedy Tin: IJKKAT: SOfTIIKIt: > MAIL OltlWJI: IIOI'sK.: .VM '.A I:4 .II' t".tI.UII"

I ,fa" 'f' - -" -- -- -, I.H. l.errl.r. tr...en thatllr VI. IIla I..'.....

TirMr ..., on which was offered by Pains. liXIKI2SS PRHPAII? Pull Quart MeaAure. 1"iireli'..er of :I."t oflateil t'erlln.'rl. Now --.. '
the Mh day of July A U. las*.
\\i -hU4I if K.chnionJ. created quit | bar rll..t ,...lotP."t.. \ .. In me. "tn.... t
Ter. Fourtiallun Sli. .IVrQuart . .
l...* 11.5.451'Ur.tiuo\ li r Ire Awed tu kauw liraeeorilan
a 'l, r n the home when It was Dr. Miles'' \nti-l\iin 1VU? Quart Caw .>e with law. JH..U. ....''''a.>ate e_- ?

rod w1'111 II..' ",,.u'.. 1'r1".L..took. . .. . .. ... ., c., /a. c., .1, UI raee. the foliowlt.tf ,terliieil friMwrtr' allM*
iipparent how are a mot rcnnrknl'lc; rcinctly Ha', ..cou'.Th..t.'bL."e . . . hl r h. e "wi it: t* .le.| In Alaehua .....'.h i.irbla. b4alli, ,
t .'. \ opoiitlon coming T.r'l for the relief of llalfhetfaOkl. lire . . . :t }. :a ' 4 "II It Ml I..it. n. A a. MiiM>t'> I.. In Town of Ar.....'.
l>. \\' periodic lICf4t- ireka:" V. C AI.fie HriKlT . . . ... . . . . . T. ;'II 7 '11 IIWft <,u The .al l laml, l.elt.w a_eed at Hie. dots 4>f ea
nf iv>uxlas. who flashy backache ner\ou- sick ( N,; i. A-l>le H rar..l, .. .. . . . . . . . . :1 S' :M in U JO the UKi,an..e of *".'h. t>.rtlit...at.* In the "."' .01 R
tlpr: resolution! after I urrka: Malt . . . . . . . .. . . of In ItT <., "" .i>rl.la 'I'own Imt'ritveinent" l'.ifin...*..
the achc, or any of the distrcsinp *,- r. jreka N C Peach llntixlrN . . . . . .. .. .. . . .. 1 7, 15 tit 1 II a, U..I... aril ..rrllfrrl..bal1 Iopo ,..........d s0.
adjp' "1..1 an amendment ('ond.mn.1 aches antl that ,; C I'eaoh llraixlth . .. .. . .. . . ... .. .. .. . . :I n :1 2\ a'a s TO ?rdlnt to law t' s dee<| will laoue "..,...* o.WI" 1%
toe ,., m pain* cau..cwomen P teka S. ,'. 4 ..r'. . . . . . . .. . .. . . . .. :I 171 :t'll\ 4 xA II'" the ahdrvul..hA U IwA
committed by the vic so much uITerin{:::. .1.1,...... N ( ('urn. XX . . .. . . . . .. ... . . . . :II.., 1: tit lit, 'a 'u ..... lot ofnelI.Itn.Irr0" ...., ..salb4 ,
to of be ""rH'lllng. as well as the I r:ur-ka N t Corn XXX . .. .. .. ... ... . . . . t t' If" 1 II a .". the *rut dar uf Jun... A. I* !I..*. .j
As pain i> weakeninganti "u.k.SCt'.nX \ \ X . .. . ..... ... . ,1\0 1 11\0' ]I'" 7 1\0' M. II. W I Y.NI IK\:",
rIM" g rr,4 1 :r'n1 I . . .. . . . . 11 C lerk (Ireult <'.., .
leaves the in Old Crow ItourboiiHermitage . ......... 1 1\01 a hr a Sa I' so ,1 Alankua Co Via.NtrrleKu.
'''IIO'1'lon' I : system an exhausted Ilse . . .. .. . a lit, a ... I f. to b.. ...
as passed calls 0' I condition it i i. \\roiitf' *">unnr llroolt lifeKutiny . . . .. . . 1: 1'I l5 "M IIII .> ,
tie 'in)* not only to offer rewards Itriwik >" .IUI M...hllk . . I Tt :a T1 ft MMl 7'ti .' AIT.\rHMKNTea" .r'
to Miffer a moment longer than .. :.., It 1\ .
for a' !"u'r1n1I I I MVTV a '
an irhen"ion of the guilty In Ju.lla. of the I. e''ini ut I ontllar tllaulc.

to <..n.t the solicitor sennftorny nece>..ary. and yon should take >" the Anti-Pain' Tills first indication
era f'. on

Ter .f i-> erlmc general to the of an attack. iln i'runl # !..*.U lt. 9S.0. IVr (JaltwM. ...Jh..r..... .. *.. J> ...lar. .',.er ber.i.f.n.lrnl.br .notlrte In ,alwv bat s. writ MftMla ofitaottioeiit 44::1.rJ,.,

abto a: d' to employ unit1vert Ii taken directed ,.." taelue ..1..-.- <>f llatehett. lrl rate Stoek. sod. fceeure a lM>tll* free Mars. .. .... l>.en .......! w.t, of lte a i4 .Aj
to as you may .. .. twelve ial...Ui nf court la the SIa.I..111..1 M ', that
imtAerute the Inillet.t t .h. la >el* of ll.fhett a tW1 Mf e ai>U Beeu' a Dottle Sane Uperaonal lust V.
h have entire confidence their )lat<*t ett'altiat Whl.Wrr ana _ur. S bottle free Ha.f Issue l a...... of Ku'eka t>*ol<*rtr has baaa SN.=. p MIac
vtent with a view N t: Corn and MIJfe s bolus free. HaveMraixtr twelve, Islets. of l.ureka N C At tle an aellon for th* r..r' <>f *4f>.,.-.4. ,
to h.! tii.'nlbera of 'I cffcct'CIH: ", asvell as in til- atxl 'eoure i.ne t.ttle. f,... Ha.. lw.lr. Uoela. of Kureka. Malt and aeeureuii Carr fin s elalm uf rent b, aaM KlalatlA In .44! \
to the mob fact that will leave clis one nottle free. 1'r1..f.U .uuila oubt ., <<" tariT a .%..ra are Toe" I*., tf alJon .- eau*.' Now ititlww -ci' ,ar tMtfiir :aUteourt -+
ire they no !> than when .ere rhar.,e for au..bo..rr.rdrat.4f. AU nf nif bu'''.. are 4,11rr l'ef agreeable aiter.etT('cU. full u.eaaure A .(....'.rd Manda of whlakle aukl over my bar at 'Oro ..er drink luirrv O '101 1ft. ...1"mont to, ilefaull will b. ..,***4 'y
-' -- ',um I* leatea ft for ix. All .1..... /....*,1f will be aolitln .
They contain uo morphine, ."iui>ra than thoae weed *. |-elal |.'..,... onaired lure iju an title.. l>aeke.l Sap atom d.- att.ff t,tw ..!.. ami "_ "..... uf IB* prof
"digestion' ,..... ..-tifirThl .
opium chloral cocaine other 1> le wind If vtMKla Dot SUsf.etury
a or I Ihd.ftJan.,1a* Y
". ',.:"pinion., heartburn, flm'rr.ulny dangerous! drugs Et'ItI: :: A riit: i: Ie i.ujtoit ..0.\\: J W "'MITII' <
'
J ..tte..V the *.... T. lite" -
"
T H.A, l>t
nf Ihe .It W"'T itA \ l Tltr.KT. JAC'K.ONVILI.r.
liver conttli "Tr.-.l W a Jl IIN: ,.UN I'UlnUT. 1)
i t' tmion of the heart greatly wltK. xfx-IU .,t tx.< krh. tluttff -
tiler radsehe poor -tn ..lm..1 Innr.. thin I ....n rmlnr-.. t;
and other nervous The** ut'k,. omi on "every" month I AlSIiSiPtiKATnIX Nrrlt'rT ],.
',a .5. low .kn.! foul and U.t two nr tlire da,.. I h* .. -- .. la. 11.11.. I.. at.ea IMrtrat...
y' .. tongue I never l.. n nti.. to art imjrthtn .t'.1' I redltMC* of the rotate ,.f ArvMtraMlla 1"
"%th end] a legion would mush relief until I (, .'... r
of other if \0' n> du. Mr end 144 All a t' .. I t"ran H..' t..... ..f 1r ltll-.' Anti i I1 ..n Mar tune..sY.e. J
nnee the moat wide- nji. l alaava. relieve m- In w WIU ... ttolleo < ui'iathe .
an. they TI t C
.t.'I .'ruoiiTe ,! ahort time My: nl'.t..r wh.. a .u". --. .4 t>ve n r't |N Mlrtallfin of tl.. : : ,. I a'' art:'=; *t:
tI malady among the _rn- wnh*-. u...-.! them . lit YOUR MONEY BACK I.tl.%rts o. 154 ....,. ,,' A . '.10",ah$ Ilaltttow 1 #
t i>eoif. The fierbin the ei.rt.r..- 1J'4. !" M1H II a r will |*eaal t>i t>.. II. II u.
-:a H Mli t.\ M H 'uih I&*r.l. In.l. rowatv fwltf In aaxt for . '. .*e.*ui>,.
$ e'I rnil these trouble. told uf P"t >rt>ta. n>r _......... ......aa..w..1 74
PMU by ;
Dr. Mlles'' AntUPaln are
fc ..tl< bW .tvt NSIl! Sal .IS Saa-
M ra',1 c
Johnson your drugglit. who will' ou*' "'." that I If tin* CStxMlM. Don't Suit. fur aasi diebsr.- .. .d:a4alar.Hla.,
w.'l btnertt If U
the first package
I u t w "ac A lei.. .. '
'a". h_ w1 I.( r.turn "nul' rot:)".'". .
..... .,. .
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GEU.IiACKEK 23 do.... 2S C."I. t..r .014 'to bulk. 11 THAT IS OUR MOTTO AND WE LIVE UP TO IT. 11 _.h..r.,.;. .I A'1 1.tf 1 ;'

&SONg Miles Medical Co.. Elkhart. Ind "i:

.. y,\1 I I .." rat Y:. l'
TtltP.
tt4 orT Rye Whiskey : Cent Whiskey: N a ..r Ib.1 StISI tat. .utl.w fH"
I .
w ha. Mr rd 'f.MAlara t.w. ter 541,
'' 5". -rase. .4t'. .V555 4t' H..... I&.. ....
,' II. SIBLKV.1 : 1'5JI eAte I'Kill*A U .
11 Mr- 44145 A1wrbu.
1m I ) .tililyl..x1 1 Hr. . : .::. :::=:. 'G'
Cupper .
I'IgYsuCi.t\ S 1: itli.1.4 N. c. Whit., . . . $1 fir; I IS. S..J. tsr4A7w.bare. a'
S' W AI."". N. "''''Uf.'Y.
(JUt 'n City . . . *-* ('0 It ad,. .rtuf ....'.. ., M..,....., na4J4,.
,. CD : :: .. ... ........ .
Ur r not air n>e.r u at'o .Mtried r .. titli r tH C. li ;tt4r. . . ? (('I) .
Sr . .
ue.,....., wul toe i.e.l In 4.nu'! Sunny > -
with tue 'U'lu.- la. tbe treatowFBt u f ill-ea.e. o>
n Jilt KilK: .* . . a < M u.
.. .
0 whatever tur wr d i-abku* I t N. C Kino . . . s ,0<

: e.Q OAJc iu Porter Kl'k 115 K M., rt' SPATENTS Pedigree.Overiiolt . . .1 11<1 'J'lIe Florida

.. 4 00 laurel \"' 11y. 's Iialn&SYlita F1.oalpatha . .
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A r THE GaINES 'ILLE' SUN: JULY 6. 1905 rA

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Mrs..E. E. Cannon and children left Mr. and Mrs H. Arnold
R have returned and Gulf railway in this city is on a TO :
REMOTE
jfoF CITY ANDCOUNTUONDENSED yesterday for Seabree.... where they fr.m a Yi.ho Portsmouth. Va. bret visit! to friends h..r.Ir.. Carteris

S have rented a cottage and expect to where tLrj 1:: have been for upward of not holding a lucrative position as FRECKLES AKD PIMPLESIn

spend the u-timer in a most enjoyable two months visiting friends. machinist .with the Dutton Phosphate to days, use

;;. manner. They were accompanied by Deputy Sheriff F. S. Curl ofr h..r. Company with headquarter at Fort

't' Mite Mayme Fmley. who will also one of t.h.molt efficient official ID the \VhneMr .SATllMOLA. '

'.. General Interest Oath- spend the time Seabreeze in a pleas county was among those who paid l P M. rhlf r. who ha. been

of ant way. Gainesville a visit yesterday.Dr. spending, the past three or four day at The Complexion Beautifier. Jj

: ,red by Our Reporters. The Board of Public Instruction and and Mr*. Watson Porter leave today Wiodor n. the guest of her daughter,

1 Board of County CommUaioners held for Upper Canard, Nova Seotta.to Mr. I. E hrf.i.i expected home to

. 3NAL.. AND SOCIAL ITEMS special sessions yesterday. The former spend the heated term in their old day She writes that the people of

met a day ahead of the regular monthly home the land of the blue uoz>*. Wicdsor participated in a Fourth of

ahd What '* Ooln* I account of the National which attended
Happened meetipg on July picnic was largely
Us :J. E. Well of Archer the efficient
'In Short FrfPS* holiday while the Board of County and very suceeaaful.
rTrUPP n Told bookkeeper in the employ of C W .. v
"M. Who Runs May R-d" Commissioners met to revise the tax 3anknlght at that place spent the County Clerk S. II. Wienges has r.-

TNt asaeaaor's books for the year. The Fourth with his family in this city. turned from the East Coat where for

Rjfci The Sun. commissioners will not meet in regular the past three week he ha. been working
II. L. Seville of Bevlll-ville
LL. TWfcv'* Daily Sun: t session today. was faithfully in the interval of Gainesville .
the visitors to Gaineaville
among yes
fjJJlM for strength of faculty.f Mr. and Mr. J C. Rhodes I left yes I for the University. He state
lie
terday. report plenty of rain in
f Miller of Evlnsloa was in terday for Louisville Ky. Mr. Rhodes I that the people of the East Coast are
pleas his section with the result that crops
city Jt.&Udal.& la president of the R. M, Hughes Company are looking well. individually almost '0. unit ,tn favorof 1''"' ''I

.ale. J. N. Bone manufactuiera of cider, vinegar Gainesville, and will be disappointed !
rj for
,, barrel J G Harrold and have
family gone I
annual : if the is located :
Std2tw.Eyiathew.ot eta., and goes to attend the University not
.18., Seabreexe. Mr. Harrold
trade meeting of the board of directors of to expects to: here.!! I
Kirkwood wa return in a short time, but his wife
this company. From Louisville he expects Mr. and Mrs. James Holder and children

.
Ia the city yesterday.FY and children will remain on the!" coast !>S.VTIXOt.A.* new .1l to with his wife Oxford
proceed to
of Rochelle paaaed through the
ant refund If It
felts
of WMiton! money Ia "'IU.U" tn*
E. Miller and son made Ills.. where he will spend the remainder for the next two months. city yesterday! en route home from wrtmtOkMt of Fr..alLl.,.. rtmVes{ Ten HAUownrw -

*in the city yesterday. They of the summer with his relatives. Dr. J. F. MeKinatry. Jr.. has returned Worthington Springs .where they spent Liver !Spot 11I"lt.hto..J.. or *ir sits!
jSon an agreeable call. from New York Boston and eruption In M dav ....ve. the lttn else,
Friends wish them a pleasant so the past two daya. Mr. Holder
..,'. healthy, and re.ture4 the berate of F1
Mr. and Mrs. 8.
I Saturdsy. to other points, where he has been recuperating
journ. has been ha sold
'jorn. a* already stated youth. Thousand* testify to the utertii or
.Crown. Rocky Point a fine girl for the past few weeks. his naval Interest. SittllioUMKi .
Mr. and )[n. W. A. McGriffdT Wau- store at Rochelle y

'riesds extend congratulations. chula arrived in the city Sunday on a Friends will be glad to learn that he and will engage in the same bu.ine*. : Alice Ureuo writer' Tblb"I.."", I.... ..atot.
I. I.VM.. -"Kr four y."r<> my tau. was
.. t \V MilHean, the naval stores opMt visit to the latter' parents, Mr. and greatly improved at Citronelle, He expect tn proceedto vomt>tetety oo"*r.xl with frvokle. and i>(iupi,", t

of Waldo was among the busir Mra. P. ::'II. Colaon. They expect to Misses Blanche and Lois McRae have that place at once. All remedies failed, until t u.<.sl two aokait..* t

i visitors to this city yesterday. make their departure today for Tallahassee returned from Reddfak where they Justice A. I D Cham bUn of Archer of Satln.tla. which oiulelely removed the
freckle arks l>liui lev Mf <<.>uu>l...lon U now
in the have been on a visit to relatives and
F.r. Thomas of Alachoa was where they will spend a was among those who spent the Fourthin l>erfeo' ami "..,.. every UJ liavlatf freokl_ l
't He called at The Ban Mr. MeOriff friend. They were accompanied by '
ft'lt.rdl' few daya. wa formerly Gainesville. Justice.! Chamblin or |>liui"le* will try Sallnola.> lrloe "M" "-, sod
Find renewed his subscription. employed by \,-. M. Johnson in this their' brother George McRae, who will states that business in his line ha II W, toy leadlnit ilru' .rUt.. or ,u.U.TIOXAI4 ',

Carload finest bananas yet received. city, but is now conducting a drugstore make his, home here In future.! been rather brisk for the past few. i ." .\ TOII.KT: I'O., Paris, T.....

LOB. Gainesville $l 20, $1.40 and of his own at Wauchu'a.' Friends 7. 31. Saunders and E. L. Johnson of days several cases having come before" Send in Gainesville. by J. N, llodiford' yk

IK. Gainesville Fruit Exchange. will be glad' to learn that he is enjoying Hawthorn were in the city yesterday.Mr. : hi. court for di.p.t.al ; the ilfendnnt A Co.. J. ;\1tCull..IU.Co" t1'. M.

Mr.( sod :\1,.. W. J. Bryant of Tacos a fine trade. Saunders renewed M. subscription I having been arraigned on various Johnson and all leading drulul.t..

were in &he city yesterday., guest Word was received in this city on to The S
.,(rifndt, who were glad to see them Monday of the death of Miss Florence keep poMed on the happening of plain assault and b"U.rnwnjt : GANEY WAS CHASED.

lP a. the ten-year.old daughterof Ira. Gt"o. the day in Ifttnesvllle and Alachua throe three women art on the> docket -- -

Mr*. M R. Colon departed yester- ''D. Wilcox of Lancing, Mish who county K. C. Tison, a clever young man, of Four Shots Were Exchanged, But Escaped ,'
I
J for Trenton, her old home where pent last winter at the OJd .'...IJOIU.flume A. W. Twylor and son, Wylte, left Hague was in the city yesterday and Convict Again Oot Away.

will; spend a few days with relative in this city. They left here for Tuesday for Tyler's mill. In the 1Vetlaud made The Hun an agreeable call Mr. Deputy Sheriff J. II Granger has. returned s

friend the North early in May and the> daughter where the former ha a large Thou wa rn route home from t ''tr from Columbia (county .where

was, taken pick with chills and fever contract for surveying. The Tyler Creek where on the Fourth of July he 'I he has been for the pat, few. day on
Mn.J B McDonald and childrenvigone
on the Journey home. She was the mill, .when. (completed will be one of attended a big picnic which he de- oflioial bismes.,
to Blaokville, S. C., where
only child of Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox and the finest and most modern in the claret wa the biggest success he has Officer Granger state that. In t'omo'
u will while with relative
spend a
j very bright for her age The friends country. ever *...tn. The people uf that section puny with Deputy "Slu-nfl. Terry of Columbia .*
sad friendsDrs
of the bereaved parents extend sympathy Mrs, J. I. Cottrell of Cedar Key after assembled and spent the day (In a mot county and a colored man by.

Jsrne M Flewellen departed a pleasant! visit to her sister Mrs. enjoyable manner, and no one prvsent the name of Kerry Sullivan, he came
Ttttrrdsy! for Alabama, where she will Mr. and Mr. James Holder and children .
in with, Tom the
T. H Ellis: in this city ha. gone to I had any regret to make at the close contact Ganey, eeip
pod the next few weeka with rela- pttsned through the city yesterday North Carolina, where she will spend of the function ed convict from Baker' camp at Camp r

lives and friend en route from Kochelle to Worthington ..III.. Halurday afternoon near Columbia
the remainder of the season with her ;Miss 1Ihel'eblter left yesterdayfor
)fIAt Suie Simptou has gone to Kirk Springs, .where they expect to parl'nt.. Friends of this lady wish her Hoton .where she expect lu enter City and that four shot were exchanged

and Tacoma where she will be recuperate for a few. days. Mr. Holder a pleasant, trip the Emerson College of Oratory, preparatory between tJIIIY." and Gauey "
It.gu..tnt relative) who halt been engaged for some! time in without effect' The refused -
: and friends for W, H. Carter of Fort'bit... formerly to accepting the position of dog to ;
rte pest few the naval business at Rochelle chase with the result b.i-r
day stores master mechanic of the Oalnevllle teacher of elocution at Stetoti University make the t

B.J Hailock Alachua, one of the with J. D. fops, hat sold his interests, Del.and. to which she was. re. Ganey succeeded In again making hla--1'

.lid led valued 'obi crtbera of The Sun, and ha purchased a business with J. ceutly. appointed. Mia. \Vbter. expects escape Into the swamp. t

.uin the pity. yesterday. He called J. Phillip at Citronelle, between Dun- to be absent for the neat twourthree It will' be remembered, that tansy {

Udrrnewfti his Milwcription.Th nellon and Crystal River. The new NEW YORKIRACKET. months. The position tu which was sent up from the circuit court of

firm Is: of the most extensive naval till. about fur
one county a year ago mnr-
Central City baseball" team, oolanJl she has been appointed I I. a very important '
1.tt stores firms in that section working and the I. der. and wa .lInl&. e.d to a life term 4'
yesterday for Ocala, where one, young "' *
today trey will cross bats with the thtrty-fitecropse with 15.O)) acres of friend extend heartiest congratulations In prison He mad. hi. successful SSCSpe i
met round timber. While Mr. Holder will about three mouths ago
City team for the ,
championship have his business interest at (] "on-

Great HrKa.u.Two. full outfits.sssjplete ell.., he declares hi. heart will b, here, 'I h. colored baseball team returned North Gainesville Marriage

one large and one small and he promise to make his friends in yesterday from O eala. where they
I'ubllc Palmer who I I. alar *
this section regular visitsfYotn Notary *
sUlle series of with the
mill. with boiler., engine played a two game
awake to the time, had the pl.aeuiWednesday .
$ta't'ng, pulleys, .te., at a eacriflce. Thurtdaf/'m D of In the
uniting holy '
C.s. W llofrntisineavilleFla.( ; lt.llina for clean athletics CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTH was pulled off Monday. afternoon, resulted ;r.
bond* of matrimony John J Willi...' 'i
Winu -r.dy or gentleman J. K. Tuten Archer wa in the city -. = In. score of 7 to :a In favor of ,
of fair :c: and Mrs. Millie M,. Crouch aged fifty i A.

teat :DD to travel) for firm of $:?:JO,000 yesterday. Oeala. The game Tuesday afternoon and seventy.flve, repe' .,iivlNotary" ";?: :
however more ...a, the score being
tsp.tal was
| salary II U; per year, payIss Mia Mary Dudley of Junesville .was Pocket Cutliry Palmer perfornl.d' the ceremony In his.) 9
werky, | 3 to 3, resulting In a tie, Itoth I
h'it.rn.es, advanced. In the city yesterday.J usual clever way. //J r.
in the National )
4" team are
expert
OI'D. 0 Clows' Gainesville I I.. Connell of Fort White was avisitor The wedding' .wa a quiet one, only a) '!P ',
'.
hon.
and standing' even
d ml game, are now ,
Do
you carry u pocketknife few friend of the contrasting part lea
this
to city yesterdayJesse defeated, koala
(Oalneavlll
H. I It or.. having.
C "
'eC'ally' or :llcanopy was In I. Griffin of Joo.nll" "was ? We carry a uarin- here, being present ;
i1 r'r M( m-lajr und had hia name line of Pocket Knives.Every one game )Ir. and Mrs Williams will continue .
teem '
trading In the city yesterday
Ilse'4 There big barbecue and picnic
wa a
a The4(111 subscription JI.t. to reside la North (Otlavlll, and ,k
xt'tke( T t. superintendent of the LeRoy N. Pearce of Alarhun.ona of knife from 60c up at the home of George Taylor. Kanapa- friend .wishhem. a pleasant malrlmoulal .

t U ..n'. farm and reports the leading merchants of the county, fully'i'iiarantcHMl. We have hat Tuesday, which was highly enjoy life, ;1

"7 r' -.4 crop was In the city on business yesterday. a l.autifl1llirtt..., ami if you : ed by throe who attended There were .

1.1 I rur returned Captain J N. Dopuia Alachua, one want a K( o to hit
a: ,.'*"" home of the leading citizen. of that ..section attended reported Sir. and Mr, Taylor lCf.ognlslng their ability a* Instrosw :

,L:I r., rr.tt.e::>" yesterday. after a brief was transacting business in this city get one. fvLace a* being the driest hosts they had tars, I'rof. Oeo. M. Lynch and W L.'ii
.
-UI : h..rfll.. lie was achi. yesterday. met in several year, Following dlnner Floyd of the Kast: V'uid.ml"' "

_IL . t'J I. nlree. Miss FAith CurtainsPretty whleh comprised everything goodto been *! .... 2
I. ..f .\1 ani. Etviu liruton of C.ntral.1 in the I faculty, have ai'point by \ ,
who
il U (
i *-Car-r. visiting city Tuesday lie i II a nephew. of Mr*. eat, there wa dancl..g and athletie. Hoard of Control and the mtloo . Ed.... ;

game, and altogether the day was : Board to be memli-r of the ft...8\:1
and has
of this
H C. J. Mixson city, manyfrienda
". ..::PI ( Crsiglilll of Holy Trinity here pntt"*rn- and line pent in e most enjoyable manner. ally of the summer normal .*..001.. ". ,

.. .I'* 'nreh darted yesterday valueCnir %>:: ..JH J.ALCC Friend* of W,. and Mrs, Taylor are which will& begin; lie term on the JHh
itl.>... | -- .
where
--
hw
.
under obligation.
e.pP'Ct. 10J
t4 Curtain ale -tty enough. &

*u, ''I'I'tl.few('r.-f' 4. OD hi. annual READ THIS. Then we have irt uI1t- at $:.1. tif> George W. Hyde ha* returned froman Iasi.Th.. l location terhe normal' laM not

s'I .& hHI sod children exlebJed trip through 'h.V...,, yet been named *in.. the law provide a.
..., 'sues. T-nn for the ..um.H Paves Taxx .June 1, l>jl. a pair that art good enoughfor where he has been on business. )Ir. that the school l ....U be conducted ".t
Dr. 1-;. \\". Hall St. LouI.l4JI.r
a Queen. Hyde ha b.*n Its La. Ae>g.1.I and the seat of the flute UniversityThe

..,bJI.I.; r.. of Trenton was In the dirt 1 have su9_rvd several year from - Han Franei.eo.C.i..ad i prlnelpalelti location will not IM aaaoaa..d until ,,
>, trouble and baretried
.... I' ?. states that lb. kidney and bladder In Nevada :New ).....0. Anions and later but It i* hoped .It will be (U.I..- ;

Cal't'-.hs.a of the Atlantic a comber of preparations( but baa Shots Shots )I..l"bU.. he was very mush Im- vlll -,. .-. d
nothing
.....' :. the Nnwaaoe River hasHar can truthfully effective say that yoarTexas V.'on- pre..*.i with some ...160.... he say* For ...*; Liquor.
Trenton. and that the proved *o a* Florida i I. all right sad h. will be eon. 1a
t ; -.r. ,.'CD1 The ant regular der, which I can truthfully reeom- Try a pair of our Dixie I teat to r.We here. If. brought task Deputy ....'lIr Oraager arrested Hoi.llamlltoa .

"' 'Trenton mead. ()so, "". C'.A''K Girl Shoe for women- .a sad Loa William, smlored.
jr' yeaterday. ,I. sample of "..ad. gold reek ah.tIII I .
..... af
upoo a milling liquor near
/**'" has cepted a tine medium priced shoe e..sy ;3 a pooad. bit says that gold
w ,. r- l $.wt.7. ......s. .
parr In aDIc"r for the Peoio- A TEXAS WONDER. made by Southern fdrl>+- and silver ..IIDI.. to about the only In-
: i I The prlaosvsre wen arraigned before
; lay. f "l"1".1 ID.uraDe. Com- One small bottdrof the Texas Wonder the prettiest Mho on the dotry of that evaD'r,. The farm area
'v"... Judge Maaoa sad repaired to give' a
....lr ..***a It. Aodcraoa re- Hall'a OreaiTXeeovery, cures all market for the prke. E'-.j' few and far between owlag to the I bond of tI* ) ..... for their. appera % .
1r,. scarcity of ,Irrigation' and ..Ian.h..w -
Averaiea and bladder troobU. reznoveeCravel. great
very kidney pair l+olid and 'uarant at the sal 'e,.. of ,... erimloal' wart< ,
***. a",..sag ***. *"4 will DO do.b' cores diabetes seoalaal emi cryy (.. tb. farmer of Florida" hoald 94 to J4I. TIM..... were rluDlab..I. .- .t".t".r. ':f

...., : a'****. of the sew Teo eiooa.weak sad lam b ell. rheomatiaaB -"ed. Our:: Shoe Department feel thankful that he I. livlan' -. and tve defendants were rAitafitiaei. ......... f:.:,

and all CQl\ntiee' of u.. kid- in full of good things here, jf r. Hyde noted a quantity of ,,

4xrQ. "J 'dn W P Carter Las. reMr ads sad bladder la both men and at'C .. low priCe *. Jte- I Bae fruit 1st Califoraia' tint he va Need1, I 4 A i:

ysp s r n f.IPvyrlll.. w"6 wotnea. reyalatee bladder troablee lacaildrwa. member us when you ned flavor ass decidedly lseklsg. sioCwitnetftodlrc For boana f.r....toff) eootraatoloaas .;)
.
s ''S "4I that I". fruit excelled |J- the .laasUfsl '
11a.0, to their pamu.Carter. If aol sold by your drojcxUt. ) Uasraatas
I
''',, isj *' N k. will be seat ft* aU oa ree 4pt ., $L. the next pair. ta. FlorldA prvd"" 1100. la ar .......... Two Co. of Wfto .0...:

) I of R st'wr .a4 Nn. Carter sash ... '.. .. two anositba* traa Yours Anxious to Pleat&v, Wall. .k. ..'OJ'' U. trip, ha .to....er-! .. ( ... 'W..1. f' ;
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14 ti sra that tit, teas trts.. t asd ....... Calto SO p.rf.st sDr.

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