Title: Gainesville daily sun
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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: June 1, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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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: VID01131
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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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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ti h~oittaamovis C1sA'?of 11'wmade a Captain'. HO served
p~efterrej sad $14.170. 01,4=100with dletIipu in 18e6 against the
Istook, b40 ),1~6P fbOasl fSioXIndA1"ias, i 67 gq alnst the
and ether 0aidoo bb,e-s'The re- Uteet, sd -In, IBM aalAPU Geoimo.
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qet of ts Opee*ss as WSjwhom Ike captured Io Mealco. In the
tR ?Waig inerest and-OwtUs, toSanish-Ant~rlau war he gained thke
gether W tb OpSOat"Dan*", WAS w Ot' of utfaant-10olemi,&d was
only $51$1 l it.hIN-whichl to Pay imade a maJor geseral of v~nesatrs.
; adeb s 4600. TWOe PSUY'StHe Oaadmed a dMvliosibefore "an-
returns last TW ari wets *32-11mw,. was ttmssveredtoo a command
this yeau's W 161thukqevftag AS W!iai U ljpm* epswds
creaseOf JI,"C.6* oresu'; Ua e ,keshmm"dOWOA" prUl10,
Meyers Met In Aa~yR04tel. IIidro and was p1 iss ooled
h'th CesO.,3My U.-4%' sotat UMasil. Is the *bpspa of Is"
asesion of 'The Georgig 14606 Of Us- beWad a amelp fsafisat Apisa
&MWlaites will be held IS the dity Of do.which ftnftts vS Iia ath -m ae
Albanythat piase bhaW bM G @ho fiSnag Ise by abvwlpinebullet. lie
wea over wCoiqbe. and teshileaves a widowed l heeedssftsmre,
"h6 ="ade taume~. K U im"ee""do "dami theulae "d
of Um ftrChapleof 060""s.the`110 saLawOtoAM who We Is th*ea 9e
wte ofthe "Ws m WE bolu d s" O I"Iooy
ne. e fem"atur lbad --a-em -, O
VaaeYws s- fReSULV OSS1W MaN.
aUvtm5 Tbow* V".h -n-rn
woke of the ..iauseu .1111106111111W., d afereSUMa i"01u1u8 ~rei.
se eroes tto U14 i *ha Kof eWTo"" ea IW ms -Ast
112e Sae ad tas *aseQh5~ ~~ -Asevqen
to 90011 01"d Wbro Nibea IL" Oftweeathe
esly ONS"Met of aspmMawsP~ieS rep e frbi.
I%* Ofbibitioa 4 of ""Us# to ag s00" g on"e,
to egOreaswbo anIS the rbels-lest mi-an a iuser"
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SW~hved of the ~~ *'Tbs oedtai
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WbuLI ct d.4, ~Ip" tt

An"UnkaowAI man. ,Ihe lowl*ewere
84& sadefId wkIth hs aTeY. Then,-
Jt Is mad. te advaitted the crime. HQ
saId -he bwd been sleeping in the 0.14d
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COTTON CONGRESS ADJOURNS.
Amerloao Deegate greatlyy Satlsedo
with Meult of Meetang.
Vienna, May ;1--The nteraatUonal
cotton oo'asts, concluded a ases-
alons Weiaenay, Realutlons were
adopted expressing sattefaction with
the promises of the American grow-
ore to co-operate la measure for the
te apeclng of the transit of cotton,
approinag that the 0 a0dt t support be
iOMes to all ewatries eagged In ex-
tending theit area of otbta prods7
tie. sad aceepti~n, aa liqvtation to
hold the nut eonr ee" IM S ft e.
arvoie Jofdaun, ne of the Ameri-
can de~gates, salf that his colleagues
were greatly satUfled with the re-
jlte of the couges. He thought
the remdutlons adopted would have
a favorable Influenoe on the Amaeri-
ean cotton bualnees. especially the
resolution In favor of compression at
the glnneries or at InlUal points, as
this would help avoid delays In trans-
poratlon.
Mr. Jordan Invited the members of
the congress In the name Of the may-
or of Atlanta, Ga.. to partlcpate Il
the International coftoes ongres to
be a14 in that city la Oetober, 1W.
About one hundred Tel6astes acept-
ed the tlavatloa.

Revwird ftr Nelem.r
Clarknrllle, 'Ten., May l.-Chas.
Arms. a ferryman at this plane, has
been awarded a gold meaal and $1,00
by the postofftea departmat for her-
olem displayed to resmaao thr e am
from tdowvlag. Early a efr asgo
a asseager tia pluaSa tate the
Cuttlxna #1r Wa "Wrw dge.
wM34h ha4 at 1 ptwat.
Me -u0r 0 te d te e .
Slaw wearn k d. / W T dar
asd the t m a oW to the
w-aa B sa s ease bated down the
river, ad Annea. at their riaes
Our haelp epras 0 0a, a-mm
ll with, fever, ati. bauIas haft-
asitsed, ,ea A iher
lr Wtle l Sel bak lakt
am- go s, rt at ftm. wiha bei
9ampae tIteoa blR 3st at the


UAberUa, m a a*.; at*
teent was ames I a ewas.
dalte BakeOp '. fta
61o0 e a0 we. aUM *
neatly waa a :
"OO whe had t b
aam. &W averal $bai tft .a
Ivoar at *te b"? w10 ase "eW
Vw wlac th a minew "S
p sa-lhea m wcb a f See
jila A -weW saved IV j- "
-7 4 f


A lEC IONS AGAIN

SIA IN RICHMOND


thousands


of Veterans and


Viitors Ia that City.


OLD OSOUeRS AGAIN RALLY

0va onAth Annual Reunion of the
V0nd Oenfederate Veterans & Now
'6eq Held In the Virginia State
Ohap l. ,
'16*Anna Va., May ,l.--Once
,*MtU ott Oftderte battlefiag i. un.
t gt os he heights or Ric:i:,ond,
a"d agaC the spirit of the o! Il out.
nMN1a it-If in the sacient cita'> of
1i1110 1more1. The eeven:tee'i an
"a1 realaon o( the United (conf.j.
ateO Veterans Is being held in Rch.
oand at is estimated t rhat no '.
than a hundred thousand .sta:..-s
'Will pther within the gate( of ih:s
teMt eity with the next few dly ,.
Orett city with the next few d y,
mowd, and the confederates fia':'g
I Uone-marching from the clov'er
dales of the Rappahannock, f:.'rn the
(iltoric bills' of Virginia, t.. pelbe
chores of Sumter, the pine fort-'s of
the Old North State, thi ',!.e-'p.
pet mountains of Tenne-sf.', : o:4
red hills of Georgia, the v- 1 "-:1 ) s
of Alabama, the great v::, of !e
M.slstsippi and from ti- c:'i"j
blpoming plains of T'exas-- lh, ,:rg
from oqt thls vast land o;: 1). the
boys In s ay are rallying ,ii,. P're
around the shattered flag s:aff of the
southern cross.
General Stephen 8. Iee Is th!e .ik-
lag olcers; General Cabell, of Ter-
s, Ito second and General \a:kr,.
of goeth CarolinaL I third in com-
aMad.
Jvrelrbedy Is looking forward with
great interest to the adde-- of %el-
come to be delivered by MaJor Johl
W, Dealel, the United Stat's sen-*
tor from Virginia and known as 00e
"LUme Uon of Lynchbur
Opea house is being ki, ; ih.
out Che elty for the gray-c;.,i v.:tor
at their friends, and in ad" -D A
regular camp which has bee !4mad
Oamp "John W. Gordon," i:n::i ) of
the chief marshal of the s'uart ;arade
of Friday, has been Fetabi: *d j:.t
west of the city, and here ,ii.- 5 ",
of the visiting vetelra:-' *"i
be eontertaled tree of all arge. ail
eajoy the pleasure of ten n~ ,t :
oa the old camp rounds.
'rlday afternoon the eq,.er.T
statue of General J. E. B S'eWSt.
ected by the teavalry ,eteranfetO
the south, will be unveiled, anJ :a-
ter the memorial day userior H 1
plywood oemeAry will b h' i Mo
day June the ina)n:,
ree by the piye s ^t "'
to Jeoeros Davis will be 1'.'.
ald this will be the oce ,n n t'-
other able parade.
The Matter of chief :' "
bore the present :e;:'. it
.1 05" ot. Will be the qu' o
nag g -llanortal to th '""'"r
i am ate period of the u at



h aha prevailed for maR -*
a-.iM& Walrds of deaths n ra
has bes bro "
g a[ sill thi. '
w e 4tb f W eth st "t i -
srafte te a good yi@ a A*
less mits have applied E rso
It b .1,M babies a thw io
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pr6seidt; Mrs.
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I Viq ent; Mrs.
<7i;' is. Grj.ve,
eerewtvry; Mrs. W. L.
,Bess4 of diretors-
O tn. Cu.hman, Mrs.
iPudy for th cow*
be' lugand or English
fi|nt for. thA summer
ibalf hour was spent,
SM the o-presl t,
i served deUoetis ae


SANRA INCISCO.CAL,
LONMd~I9LA. NW NORKEN.Y


3 J th yi good byw and ples- CAPTAIN NEAL WILL REBUILD

at b" O|ri" almostt aala in club wost te reet Large and Handeome Store. RAClUI IIL TI CDIlM i
a~' tu"n. f ,ORTtR. A~Axi those who spnmt lprsday (Z L OOZl rateal
*T ..LATU. f ADJOUI . lse city was Capta C. A. Neal E E VO LE. M R.
-Newber, qne the ost widely Aletr of Ti and i -I lIrmatlo, funMaed re fardtleost I:C. t
t ' T' "+-+ -"" ...own residents of the West n. ........ .
Lfl.sh, it s l sThat"' edh AdJouvmd by Constltu. town are no -w "dI- souty. Or manager has lived In this bount thirty Tears' an
?ml.--.,,:. on ... "lptehl Neal who wat* lllasd x- thorS3bly weveant with isaind titles,
Poll WIthaw QW VM is t Helwimit Prid y t Neo. tenivly in the iercanUle bu s
0 tT' lThlatture o the ot Newberry, had the misfortune tol r"L E
SU Stda 199? by O 1t lose his. stock by the rect ore X3 c ` MI D
' ielts t1al. I0o M mitatton, w^ 6ompe.,ed to dJoU..n while swept that town. He states. I|IMt, AOOIDE4T, 5 ROLAJT ANlD IDEMIMTY IV8t'RA.NC.e *RI
.Johnon, at theM ho ~f noon Friday., notwith- however, that he proposes to resume **atingi number of prominent Amer!e.s and Englilh oomprne.
sta 4fil that there wag l kre business as Bsooo as possib upoi RIALE8TATE AND OITY LOANS.
'j7 ** aaouat of unaaIshed busltees on the a mole extensive scale, and llt. erect Sa4 Xa 'WL1@e E Jflo:ri ci F1
e'fhS sleiof mto eleuKndar. a new building as soon as can seo- ........ - -
Piwh ., at s8OAs p. m. The "elty among t o hUis, old cure the material and tabor.. P
ine and arrlivesTalibW WIU .l appeir nusuly Capta Neal states that the people s. M. saPresident. RAAM < At
Q hnlHatTO40 0. U. uiet for a le now. a see by to of Newberry feel encouraged. They *o. W. V P nA .er
POilo # theuight U reotativel of the people still have confidence nla the future 11 I T
Ms. iagis.or w *-rit willU bae reted to their respective of the iniropolls of the phohlate i'H P K NATIl I A
!ial0. | 4 j Sernat P4000 ho o a. belt, sad as a rdle will rebuild ,erect- T ILJ A IR A I VI AL Jt, ,U
L9o1. t ad r hMe ea are -Ing8 It a mo or attracted bui ld. .i o .
Specter toi tt, t. salso Judge .
,SYdL 0Id 4. John 0. Wh tls erecting an eight. T rT' or nrr
Sroomaieottage In the rWr oft e lot.... UNITED STATESl DLEPOSI t **
ire, M HOeev Deal. forterly oooupled by his hotel, the .
M~. c. U. Hovn-rot Itt *, aEd commerstca whit was among the Capital........ ............... 6010 9. 0 '+
sixty-two, died at the O0 telws' building. destroyed y nAre. He will 8urp ...................... (1"
Sanltaum about 4 o'ile*k ftlday rebuild the betl ..
morning from the result of a era-. W,, [stemet Paid on Savings Areoun.s and Oertlfl.tee of Detot it, .
ti for tumor. or caweor. A casket JUO JO'TINGI Traihated Prompsly. ,
.was s upplied by Unadertaker T. r. Jud4. May 1.-Dr. 8. Clyatt -
Thomas, who pre" the r mtalns nred to Trenton yesterday. He sold
for shipment to the boIoe ot t d fbi dwelling house and lot to R. 8. ( S NIF" IE C I A N T. & C
i. on the 8 oo '.ek t. M .. ..,. ..r th rG oSo. GM. Iv ERC H A N T/ I ,O
aboard. Mr. Wood aay h will leave here
oDece" wasa o f i tine at d a soon as he a dispose of what sousB* m Job w
most widely known eidemt of be hae-store and mrop. He has re-
Starke.. h was a hobl, C1 hribti gned the poetoaein ti favor of .I
lady.and her death WIN be oeaally Tuecker.
k rerete6'y those wo iaw her. It Is getting very dry here. We are
-.V needing ramin very Crops. t uh. FW
Death ot MMr .IAyn* m fairly good *the tlUey have been
Mr. W.T OCUM of High Sp a. properly cultivated.' T 8QA 'a a AMVILL.


"qmt twenty-two Y f omM6 W2 0?
St he osptaiinthi Wt~ t Whsh UNHAPPINESS DSSPIELLIO0. g me psepi 3mudehrAO
omdo W".wasbrougt 4611t aVei Me
4W Srl S t Vi'Uay metSM a" WOS Vm*BMMPM .1 beat SIt. A Oma a
OsWbeing drWS7. 'A vsk W'mem we"p MNSWaiu ak4 r.fum ia~m
It b gR C a becu their o *m g su l
der~ aiqakt C gins~aloniU1 'roA.its"bv# aootL
~m. *~m u W. a ing tWmem% fade& UMsny fligP Imlidee t rw\*,tY U r 3 Jb 1 !W. W. l MFt


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V1116 Am w ere sh a to 7 *M O thatch on Pth r cmulam 11' Al': he. gnoA i i
toI& &'e l i s ..' ,LPO~t.- f W&M thm I-s t b newo I AD &CM P A N ~
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9kW sommaemli serle,& at stkov, tat &
r" R eal". made aftea atWattm1.1& aa
she.~;O tln h* sew swW pr ays swwwho hMe
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Dying Statse
-,"ent. Who Coftft,#
n.MulberrY lWI0^
upon With Super tit i
Francis Mulberry, the 1 too
Wn "who is charged wtt g' ot
, offense, that of {oa the
Stl of Queen &emeot~ lored,
nty years of age, by atdinttWets;
in an attempt to effct a Criml.
operation, will probably be a-
.iped in Justice Colmana's oort to-

.Te woman appeared in the court
erday. and furnished the justice
Wh the name of a number of persons
&e desired summoned as witnesses
1r the defense. The Justln O ha not
g decided whhetr ihe wtll dudI t
S. preliminary hearing todAy or Mon-


The case s likely to attrat consld.
able attention. The moet-ampOrtant
islmony against the Mulbery wor-
SIs the dying declratlu of the
When she was q near
the's door that sheo o0ld hear the
.sklng of the hinges, she oansented
talk to Justice Colman, on tlhe pr*
oe of a witness, and, as haa al-
agedy been stated In The un, sodd
Ott she had unveiled her seeret to
Le Mulberry woman, who told her
wot to worry, that she would remedy
jlL and that the Mulberry wooan give
Ir medicine to take whlob resulted
atimately in her death, although the
mldicine brought about the desired
deet.
This i not the first time the Mul-
erry woman has been arrested under
the same charge, having been once
before in jail. Owing to lack of evi-
tence, however, she was released,
ice which time she has remained
nmolksted by the law in a little hut
n the extreme western suburb of the
city.
The negroes as a rule, esopeally
the old-timers, look upon this Mulber-
ry woman with an air of superstton.
She walks with a long stick at times,
.sembltng very much the picture we
m( of a witch, only in Ethiopian form.
The older and more superstitiUous of
Sthe rngro race believe that she is a
"onjurer," a person possessd of
*yvtr-ious unseen power, and for that
fty on she has been given a clean


To Ou Friends and Patrens.
SS'se making our announcement
that aw would close our baking bual-
nbew to take effect on Jnqa 15th, 190?,
we haie told our building, fixtures
Ad ,au,!z to W. R. Thoras, G. K.
tBr0om. ]H. F. Dutton, C. W. Chase,
J. H. Vidal, S. J. Thomj s and J. B.
Pit', w.ell .known basilaes men tin
this it, and county, who will organle
& 4-.kiig company to be eoducted
StblS building. In order that there
ta 'e no discontiausae eo the bak-
9 tb'.glrs in this bildfin we have
d to continue oWr busineMs atil
te organization of the new omapiay
d s. respectively aek eo trtIdBs
SPatrons who bave M elay dome
i th us to eltd ther
MCL with the aew rn. It wl
Smatagd by wise VM ooervadtIe
Wti. men wha we haVe kaown
ha business way #gr ynu, sad we
h k for them a ImVW d 8 8ne.
As dF in our btmoar Ietter of
W lth all cheeks wVI be lM with
vI nIterruptoes, 0a- oiA-tea ,
4.tq edesm wk **t

H P. DUTTOKh & OOMPAMT.

Dimth of0 Am i0ot, a
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'IN GAY HIGH SPRING.

A Week in Social, Whirl of That Town,
Embracling Many Functions.
High Springs, May 31.-Mrs. M. P.
Summers gave a card party Thur.-
day evening, which was one of the
most delightful social events of gay
High Sprinls. The popular "500"
was the game played, and Miss
Maude Thomas woh first prize and
H. Balls the gentleman's prise. Ele-
gant refreshments weer served. Those
preset were Mrs. J. H. Salls, Mrs.
Ethet Warren, Mrs. KilUUbrew, Miss
Made Thomas, Mlsd Abble Barrs,.
Mrs. H. MoL Grady, Mrs. M. P. Sum-
mersn, Mrs. Leon Hatchell, Mr. Rus-
sell Prltke, Messrs. J. H. Salls. Killi-
brew, Simpson, M. P; Summers, Dr.
I. Bldoksbear, Jesse Miselle.
There was a union Sunday school
plenie at Poe Springs on Thursday,
which was attended by a very large
crowd.
The ladles of the Presbyterian
church gave a strawberry supper on
Saturday night, which was a very
pleasant and profitable affair.
Miss Kenune Lambdin, who has been
visiting Miss Maggie Merrison, has
returned to her home in Jackmoville.
Miss Abble Bars has returned
from Sutherland College, were she
recently graduated.
On the evening of May I th the
Pythian Sisters Initiated into the
itysteries of their order P. P. Wood
and Mr. Simpson. The tIntiatlio was
followed by a banquet, which was one
o4 the best ever given in High Springs.
The application cards of G. W. B*t-
erlin and W. B. Anderson have bees
received and they willl be Initiated
in the near future.
Mr. E. B. Godwin of Paradls ts
visting Mrs. G. W. Easterlia.
Miss Marry rutch sad Mis Ante
Los Hodges are In OlbNietlne, where
they west to atted the commeoM
sm t balL
Rug L. P tch sad Clarence Barm
are b after a year pent at the
Iatverity of lordMs.
W. C. summer speat Tueeday tI
JabumvTfle.
Mbe Bugh ofG Oemrg and Ms.
T. Reyold of abT i arn vT.
tamg Mrs. Oeorge SeyeMs.
fthsUm WN treww


sasebsilPmyamer eetRaw's.
1.~ 3.LKrMu', i-ebsmPsM c'ag
diedanee fat mu of ran~y aMd
1l01m& wr Otes,1. 17,1"1: "Der-
bs my Itrabisgof eigh memotow
fece at 11*it d City. ft April bud.
I md hbefni oEUmbuout 1
aw -pool"l~i Thorebme
i bhisw resme d @aw Linimet
to anl whe w *d" withs "abns
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FUNERAL (W MRS. McKINLEY.
services Ovet Body Were mple.
I PreeldeiO fteeeovelt Present.
Canton, q.. May 1.--The body of
Mrs. Ida Saute McKinley rests be-
fside that of hi distinguished husband
In West Lawn cemetery. Her last
words, "Oh God, why should I lOngea
wait? Let die lie beside him," have
Neen answered.
The funeral services, held at the
old-fashiond McKinley home, wea
extremely ulmtale. Pour songs were
sung; the amse that were mal"
at the funeral of President MaKln--
ley, and the service was the simple
ritual of the Methodlst church.
The house, on Its Market and Louis
strls side, was roped off to restrain
the crowds, which thronged the
aeighboring thorough fare.
The body, in its black casket, reM.
ed In Jts flowered place In the so-call-
ed "Campaign Office" in the identi-
0al spot where Presilhnt McKinlay's
body lay, after the Buffalo tragedy.
Preaslent Roosevelt. Vice Proedelmt
falrbanks and.Cablnet Members Root,
I ....... .... wm..j, tun p>ed seat
inla' the parlor acres the hall. Rel-
' active and lamedlite friends of the
.adMily were aes4ed in the ball and so-
Wointag room.
Winle the services were being don-
Sducted by the Rev. Dr. Buzxton, of
the First Methodist Eplacolil church,
and the Rev. Dr. Holmea, formerly
pastor of the same church, all bust*
ees and amweitent nla Canton stood
Idle.
.Judge Hlry W. Harter, John C.
LAeber, Joseph 'Blechele, Robert W.
Casildy and Oorge B. Prease, who
were honorarytpallbearers at the fu-
aeral of Presideat McKnloey, and Aus-
tin Lynch, 1. S. fSnields and Judge
C. C. Bow were the pallbearers.
When the services I the cemetery
were over, the presidential party re*-
trned immdtately to the Baltimore
and Ohio depot and there boarded the
train for Indianapolls.
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SJLPHU 1 BRINGS HEALTH.

Purifies the *Ioed andCleere Up the
Complexion.
Everybody needs to take sulphur
at this season. Nothing like it to purl.
fy the blood, clear uip the complexion
and remove "that tired feeUng." But
the only way to take It is in liquid
form. Hanoock's Liquid Sulphur
taken internally is the best Spring
t6nic. Applied externally Hancock's
Liquid Sulphur quickly oures Ecsema,
Tetter, ppd all Skin Diseases. Han-
cock's, the only Liquid Sulphur Oint-
ment, removes Pimples, Blackhesds
and Sore, and gives a beautiful soft,
velvety skin. Your druggist sells it.
It cured Edward D. Herring of Freder-
ick, Md., of a bad ease of Euesma, and
he writes: "My face is as smooth as
an infant's."
All-about-Sulphur Booklet free, if
you write Hancock Liquid Sulphur
Co, Baltimore.
I
Negro Hanged for Assault.
McDonough., O.., May 31.-Buct
lhsh4 w lhnged here Wednesday.
MSe *eek was broken by thi fall, aad
he #ied most Instantly. He was.
earyveted at the April term this year
Mf MeSry superior ourtrr for crtmsial
masalt, ard sentenced to be banged.
Tho victim was a 4-year[d girl of
a promalent white man. ant the eraCe
w e mrn-.tted the latter part of
Manre. The prison comalsIfto an
ovenO's T'rrell were appealed to by
HIgh0 counsel. but' they edllId
S tei r. aid High paid the pma-
ott ^ Bhihs erime.
.- -
SJee" Addressee 0100su8.
mf-r. N. C., Mayt1.-
S erM osP h 0. CaMaeos, of tW
bo- of repre emntautve dillese4
ti tqwt- and faculty of 0Mlor
$lig, within two miles of the pe
of I tbh, the ocesisoee 0l6 tih
me ml mnwemoueat eaerelem ef th
811 T Ims speech dealt s aly with
e, r= i proge es of the oe *-
fa,, m especially of North C0M0 a
al go SaFs He tdeesta that
9it E4* country *sad *- Pt of
-0 1 e mds ma d eetr sW des" l
flowfor$s thanNerth a eolas.


IOS. Ralromwad aomre
*hw, McI Al -Ihe ummsu

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saw nuiip C~a p b5. E
is eterof the U" he.
wM mespriglugu101
in e~ QurtIS Mi


Ar st rquitate of a
e b e poaealth. and the as
uM of maternity should not beo
>|foxsabdwtthout careful phystIeal l
U1POaSjoi,. J woman who is in
a condition transmits to
i r the bleMeings of a good
eeoUtatioa. i ll/
Sor healthy ater-
laffhai'Mtabloe Oompound, I
whkeh is native rooted ad
irts, more suomesfully than by say
ether medicine because It gires tome
and strength to the entire feminine e
oa m, ourin displaeeoets, l* 1A i
wrt and inlammatioa, and the
result I sle suffering and more children healthy at birth. A
them thiAt years
Lydia E. Pinkham'sVegetable Compl
has been the standby of Amerleam mote n In preparing for chO
NotewhatMr.JameecOheter,aolT W. 5ath Wt., New York say
t9s6W-Dear Mrs. Plnkhat-"I wish every expectant mother keev
qd2. Pinkhaam's Veptable o oaud. A neighbor who had I
S .reat value at thi tN Ped of a woman's life urged a
Is at id no. auIcannot my eoughinrelaMi to the good it
K Meceered lkly and am ItnS bt of health now."
LOy di L akham's Vegetable Compound is eertatily a ee
medy for the pear weakesse ad ailments of woaet.
Ithameured almost every fermof emaleOomplante,
hOs Weak Back. Palling ad pemIents, InflammaseS
tUous ad OrganDt measles ofI- W adend i valuable n p-
Chtld birt and drina the __ aie.u
Mm Pinkhamn's StadlnM Invitation to We
Womn, saferfng from .y f*mae weakness an 1 V
Write Mrs. Pnlakham, ast L nMos. er advice t free.


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oi th ey s i mA juicy, full tobacco tst that ,.satises i uer ia aT

Stobaccohung. Thtcewero

Sthe bacco prefer Schp because Schnapps 1s d o o IdA
ckd cheer mor any other chewsg ..I, OFI.
ng ode. bheweby glIen that I Of 'lax I 'ertlrg, ae $
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t d 0 o MaOLDy TO. D 1Da 907

IsJTS HOW DECREAU. PUR D ACROSS OCsANn^d PtEPARIN Oat WARe- *se. W1 Eos esae
S... , , 'r Pk Cfirulit Court Aiaotchut I r.






Pat letJMI toiehip Comptany' Re* Alled Uxerlelde *nd Woman Coom. iutemla and Mibco o re the ev of


Of otie Pate MAll Steasashlp oompt*- for an nlleed murderer and ile ag- Diaro De La Tarse prits a.r peelalc
ny, whoh 1 t ontlt-to the Orlnt compile, lasn 18 month, enoed m e from the border tw of Tux- BAM W. E, Prop.

of the H riin t hos a to all e n th arr- t o-Pras Just ad tie which Mys that cGate la . ,






at 1 oi of S -ry la billion dollars in a woman Ivlnl the name of Mary troops are throwlag up entNm eeot Oppoite- Fire nation.
recupts oopac with t.he rvrfout Just, who Mere taken from a boae and mounting artillery oppote the

fIasal yer. at 4121 Clark aven1e, B W., by lo- town of Ocos. Thnl Informathkean- For Whits Oly.
iThe total reipts for the year dcd cal detectives. t tS t be a








at April.30, 1907, weel 14,888,244, Chief of Police fohlersays the su- the thiernment knowing e othnl n of SAVE, 10 (ENTN.
which is $ po8, v leth ttan In 1i90. thordtles of Dui5dlt. Rneatk POnlnee, the IncMent. The spedal G eenate --
Of this totfl deeroeaOe 883.871 waO Mermany, have ordered, him ta'hold tollowsa FIFTE t YEARS' EXPERIENCE
due t6 faillnglff In thl receipt from the Bman for the mirderSof his wife, "We have Just roealved ia this Dt .

the operatteo of feamenr. This and the woman aa an scoomplter in & nesaace from Thpachuhl which
IteD was explataed *y Preldent Har* the crime.. The prioners deny the eaf: 11 P111 P TFO
rinmn ab follows: charge. "The teml ree are aetl W LIU| ( HtUll
"Part ot the decree In opemttons Aaconto to the poet~e mutd ly throwlg up entrenement and








of stelame resulted from the fact of Mrs. Just was followed by the constructlmg fortflcatlons oa the line Alaha e on aty i N,4t acre id
that the trana-Paee Ile made four lopement to thti country of the Is- op e Oc Plee of artillery tea, ha 28 nmles rAroa,
jW i least uIn my o fficialu ajnd'ur u tie

























tles trip t this Y)aa tbsa Jat, but by band and the woman now In eustody. are being 4brouffht from the center of all wagon road, 56 Io"tallers
far the greater part was the ruut of the republic of Guatemala and mount- 12 pubO e shool,.









urHtel the rI-etadthlareprt It an New York, May 31.-What prob- arrived nere and Mexican trop are do3e eeora, cotton, rLice. uopr
itieaeo. of alstor, wlamhomaeS, ho- ably wa the grre er arty daly arriving ata T paied aoe0 rU, Ie, ptato, piLnepples, p
tel soowhhl ate tonult other ioces- ever held In tia country ws engaed the border." saoe, petasbe, pear so plum ,
ofe we arte rueli la s carylnw leat nliht on the piere of Dreamoand. Ja, and all ki nds e. of vegetable








en ara eBtesalie co n drol and whas Coney givand. The astonleofn a num- Anelent Rome
were atlrolo d troye d ted cattore hert of ,50oo men fand wome cluuno g aar.tyienry o fo k the -( r
bt4 a ala f the tered about the ars. The R to. -t. O.a. Sfow tien lit a O1.
r as on oces e and from John L. Bel tord. eth Church of the ..'
tfe tsettd delrlas lae the Nativity. Brooklya waesa tn chare. .aewt Z oY June, A. D. R' puT
eral Ataeeie teb.eaptc fr. The eabro waa I aid oif the church. tary le Apioive areI t ersity of Ft.
O. o St-e.mer. Piadple who Iaow how to takc e oare for Rheslat and l pn. I an't Aig Uc Ih Wwoh le fdIhe
O. ,l,.oh,-g. -pnlon Ar CaptuN


















I pwaeNTie IPRNOe, ora thearlvem..he majority do noth say souh to Itas praise." old by W. rSAt womof








sflos c The livers ea moht fIportant eoran M Joh"on, tlehsehUndtwofertAiliUerU
It la within the real e of p ainsMMlo l O the body. V. C. itmpkln e la hits,h .t s ro m tohep trderi o "
of that w on on. may aftW a ie Toa s. WrIta: ha.V',ad n he Tl te FlOrld atn e,..nt.n ba .








drawn between what seap dople lall fo&r opl antd ohwr and amed It t ope si t. o. i i tom embraeiira *1
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The total. of tsfort ag ywaeMatded 'lecs, ... Ie e l dt, this time b. |
dlvel isioR of tr cItootherhn ineIlM. 7.00 Itnes Gf eet Euldi h, R e am.TheIU ty70tfthI 0fat









,, that ao Is'. ws wrese ho aynd was tho t r IB vst LUd po e P
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At eay rat e phofstelaa we t hle a ed l th oiht on a. ..e i aer .of r A 1 6 en.a a ............. h i
Ie wa etselop& coberue gan whH -atrCote ime.rt.. NThe arsonersf ut he A nientRoe
wreo as fallsta.d swg a$Tott er ofowmere am te ILr as u p.ara. N s a ti HP 7 l
b- tPhe art haTe aseI nps th low- trediabunt thep clrd Thre Re v.n ua
1pet B allard's b o w e ist it theA(C Vr

.teh trat th etr an-, epi N .ie a deifoure h e rem e to ta I si c untI r f The hurch. ppos i o s"t v cur of r Rh e ry vs mheeroadeNnayes i f e
hist 13 i ar t ) u y a nd wo n wInt . ,.re ig roughtfrom, therc18 Mou.lic s yos,27 els




faet, ept e hop ,rtw hso to tae. a ef r eu atm all a can 'tout-0s w ole.1,-M,




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$me t Aft -Mfo tt 100a 1 0 t stand cona




A--- s niosd Xl* W O i6 Koat the most
- -ydciva s-
T........gJ *^ l te l* eIlag newspaper
Sp p *of *t el sception of
hprr$ -& y3 r SWa MA elm pWbtits them to do
r" c: roatwR teb thu. It there would look
w t. sweet, y. :Attet lNtt for a maseqat and con-
t g E *ity walM to, that the most
g95 yte t IY ve Q Ara fls of thie city are pa-
ty part of to U1 SB oS of e advertirtag colmias of
forsayNar W i uftaae M pers, ,and hat their ap-
so~ ;. s t" t (oM advertlsin space do
an no t de hotel reistaters, fancy
notict in oci cot"" M franet I slmle worthless schemes.
iserdion, and ~SCIt -Tatpa News. -
o d.y. diY . It is the same here. Last. week
*" many merchants who were never'
-Wkparwn to spend one penny for adver-
y er Tbce-WakMI sg in the local paper, put up big
.an ta ra nt.of S money for an ad in the Florida Agri.
S, state and SGO a 10 a cuturist, IThey paid more for the ad
postasefree, to aRy r dr.:5 for one issue than the same space
ior Caada. for SL.M* a 0i woul4 have coat in The Independent
al adertltag bills bW t ON Artf two or three months, and they
ce of adverftienemLMt, miq ot Dwi evOer ot one cent returns for their
ted in coatract. fmSd01 *, I expenditure. We checked hp 15 ad-
g ,berequired to Vay4^7" ve vertls who do not ,dvertise, others
Addi T t who do advertise occasionally,
and rms that haven't advertised
St Augustine's city elcttiost' w 1 leally'tor months. There seems to
bld on the 15th of June. 'Tb" Hr i=* me no help or it.
ke many candidates in the .eM *ad The Independent editor labors four-
arm campaln la red "'teen hours a day. spends hundrais
S AM Camp i i i.. of dollars each year to send sanrie
From published report" w learn copies of the paper broadcast, Is ident-
AstJacksonville'stity prolts fro t led with every interest of the town,
aleetric light plant were $11 .11 up money for eery project, buys
and its profits from the wate~W r S kall his gods in St. Petersbu, pays
were $53,910.84. out $8,500 salary to employes, and yet
S- our merchants cannot see the value of
John R. Dudley, Represeq ve advertising until some fake proposal.
from Hillsborough, who champied tion comes along that is only dytrlbu-
Jo ably the Tampa fair bill is at ted to the advertisers.
death's door and it is doubtful if he I asked one man who has spent $20
lIves to see the bill become a law. for space in The Agriculturist it he
Mr. Dudley is suffering from typhoid received any returns from his ad.
lhoer. All hope for his recovery Is He said nary a return. Acknowledged
.me. it was money wasted.
,- __ On the other hand the same day, a
This paper is endea'oring to give gentleman comes into the office and
ts patrons the best service that ilas thaks s for selling for him a piece
possible to give and all that the pat, of land.on which he made $400 profit.
renage will permit. The Sun is being The land was sold simply on the
frequently complimented onB Its ap- strength of a small ton-line news item
prance and the amount and kind nto The Independent.
f matter It contains. Our cltsens' The same man will move to St.
en make the paper still more effec- eterbutg. He will buy lumber,
tire by liberal patronage, both in hardware, and other building neces.-
1abscriptions and advertising. The stles. He will buy farming Imple-
pper will always endeavor to merit ments, household goods, and then
tb patronage. grocerie, and dry goods.
SAnd he*i s only one of scores that a
When you want a goo4d ob of The Independent has Influenced to lo-.
printing done just take tour copy to o mIn fSt. lPetersbh .
a printer and tell him to do you a How nmany fantllie has The Florlda o
ood ob and he wl. If you think Agriculturist located in St. Peters- f
Mou know more about the business burg? P
than b, does and select your paper Yet you paid it more money for one a
and Instruct him what type tq use Issue of a couple of hundred copies I
lAd all the little details, you wm get thrown around the advertisers than
a botch job. A printer working u~ you pay The Independent in two
der instructions from one who.knows moutas.-St Petersburg Independent. c
nothing about the business, no matter
if e Is an expert, cannot get out a If every business man in Galaeville t
Itat job. ..tA A1,A ... m..... n o .&4a, ,.as i


There are ,98,000 youag dashlgs,
bscnating widows in New YOt City.
Why don't they inaugurate a crusade
ainst the South? One preWtty wd
"a rule create a bler enatio
down tbi way thana a whole evy of
)ag pretty girls. No wl4ower or
unMArred man -.m se to -mp
tr bewitcbh~ wiS. TMh mUot
Z15ld and dbeate tAR s gay vie.
St.o their chars ad o m cOI is
k* eternally bWsy. The Set
h Pla for fasciustStg wiSs.
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It make us very 4 i j, to
h merchants ines t a

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emu auo wiBwws o Ws y J a
system It would be a bletlng to us
alL If we all had to pay ash we
would-earn to live with our mesa.
It would save busanes man the ex-
pense of bookkeepers amd the lss of
bad debts, all of whiheb some one has
topay for. If our town could gradual-
ly work into a strictly cash system
It would be better for us all


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buses DOWOewpnts Pmsbw Leot
IAMn, .May 81.-A mii~tary )l-
un with oft smenoftthe ca. whin
we. set fro Aldrsho aI
ft May U. dewing the revswisw I u.
or udPII.S lushiA atseis.", UIs
OWN. 80-it is feared Ohn kt ha
bess blows so to seao. mg m.
ow ad MeoPWa0481" Wbsel

Sewam e f Obwasdeus for Celsrrb thet


rim t"e wak le n emwhim entering
e~si.. *ustnessermbe "I*zop

del, as tow daaew thy will do is
us m kMto the send emonposesib
am!" e usfthem.awrs Cmuare
'0 -i-by -to. J. Ces
& Ca. T4*si,0., emtsewsmo usrery.
a" i to fbe lss afy. acing 4&
-af 400edobloend a" mUcus
MbeWflw dW-'e sI IsmbYft
Mae CUINA am be uam yes 0
the OWN" t i obwlow
mo loIi %ftbeeI. L .
~ ~ ~ o "s Wb~ow


lmt a t p
tMpists aa linattutGma
and charities tt cites are t
Jag to lo lower: 4ate .Infant mrn
tallty during *r it eal summer is
told about i S a 1&t, le on "Saving
the Bables fr.^'e tles'. Heat" by
Dlisabeth Hoa Westwood in the
July number 4 the-New Idea Wom-
an'sa Magasin. 1b addition to its reg
ular fresh-air activtlUe for babies, and
Its floating hospitals, every city has
Its summer i h, where mothers
may take thel silok babies for a day
of country air, away from the stifling
breath of the tmenents. 'The writer
in her account gives an Idea it the
extent of this work, the many lames
which it Invo ies, and the magniftlent
co-operation 6f the aried movements,
emphasizing that once the ignorance
of tenement mothers is overcome the
battle is halt won. There are many
valuable photographs which will give
the reader a good idea of somelof the
difficulties which have to be overcome,
and their effective remedies. q

Fatal Mine Accident.: ,
Steubenville, 0., May 31.-While
workmen were shifting a mining ma-
chine at the 0. and P. Coal com-
pany's mine, at Yorkville, the cur-
rent npjers connected with a poor-
ly insiulatd cable let 500O volts Into
the machine. Andy Martlnuski a
PolanBer aged 48, was electrocuted.
John Kletti, an Au stan, was shock-
.ed and fell .s-rward against a pick
point which ran Into his stomach.
He died from the wound received.

Volcano Still In Kruptlon.
Valparaiso, May 81.-SThe volcano
Rinilahue Is still In eruption discharg-
ing quantities of ashes. Lake Ne-
gra In the vicinity of the voleane has
been drained .56 the water flowing
through a crevasse wlich formed at
its bottomn.

Th9unds hlb KidMey
Trouble i bier Suipect It.
Row te Wta OWut.
Pill a 1>xttleeorammonglass with youa
water and letit staNd twenty-four hours;
alsedimentorset-


unhealthy con-
ditienof the kid-
neys; if it Stains
your linen it is
evidence of kid.
In ey trouble; too
to pass it or pin
in the backis
lso convincing proof that the kidneys
nid bladder are out of order.
WhatTeoDe.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often exzpresed, that Dr.- Kilmer's
Swam lUtoot, the 4reat kidney remedy,
ulfill every wish in curing rrleunatism,
pain il fie back, kidney, liver, bladder
and every part of the urinary e.
it qo cts inability to hold water
nd scalding pa in n pasag it, or had
effets following use of liquor, wine or
eer, sand overcomes that uMpleaant ne-
asity of being compellti to go often
luring the lay, and tolge't up many
times during the night. -The mild and
he extraordinary effect o( fwamp-Ret
s soon realized. It stroBls the highest
or its wonderful cures of the most dis-
tseing cases. If you need a medicine
o sabolid have the best. Sold by drug.
gist in fift-cent and one-dollar sizes.
You may have a sample bottle and a
ook that tells all
sbout It, both sent free
SealL Addlres Dr.
lOer a Co., Bing-
aiaa I. V"When DSI--*-SM
,ritimg mention this P" 4 don't
aske say niritakr but Mebm e tih
Pamue. r. Kil nr' Swam-np-Root mOd
he WroAmI liinihamton. N. Y. *


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AN ANTIsm ta. steps Irritation, subdoues
meton and drives tA P
PENETRATSei *e P n oso the Fibrous tneots,
mot0e a frm e dulatkn ofa theR eed, giving the Muscle
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CURED OP PARALYSIS
W. s. aie, .0. Te, Teas., wd! "my
wife had been ulnai years with pralyrIa
ber arm, whon I a to a Iasd'
8now Usnimast wsd c a complete case. I
have also aend it fee ei rost bidtee aa4 m
ermpUtons, it 6e s wek."
UT UINMEON ION TS MM ALWAYS SW
THMRU sUShis, 0sC aD $1.00
BALLARD SMOW LINIMENT CO.
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sition Two daily trains each way with through
man Buffet Sleeping Cars.

Season sixt days and fifteen days.limit ezmi
tit(ets on sale dally from April 19th to 'November -
at low rates.


Coach excursions at very low rate.
For further information see your nearest
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Pw cor *I-N % of N $ of the
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Additlon to Gsteville.......9s.
W. IL Garimrn.....8.Ulot 169 8 4, R 1s Roper's Ad-
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maas o0 1140 t~ soMt
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Staer"CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"
If appoin~dtod so.ilIp sollo~gls Iv. Jacilonville, Furduey'. T1'ipedar
SA Thardays,8:80 p. m. RatUrmaug, ceave fts fvrd, ML pa b5 ,
Sit ~'Wednesdils u atd Prida .1:80 a.M.


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Jseksonvillo. Flo. Loesbawg, Fla..
W. 0. Coons, JR.. F. A., O~vma )JILxs, 0. F. .
Jaekuonvtille, Fla. Paor 30 N. R.. New York.:
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ithe territory W#A
play could be* .
tbe territory was W
4 ma pOMB PIgeoas pl
nIteitlng story W*-
river captalk at
to a floating ghim -
ws accgetomed to ttkv& 4 d
White river la Ak ",Ms J
the opulent plaatSt MWr
by methods that w4et, '<*
keeplag with the rule
incident In q0saedao
.At that InW .

r freight. .
re the planters of O
er bottom lands Oame
lisM and receive. 6W, J
t ,on ly p o a t' e1 e ,a .
The houseboat, whlb ..
Spalatial style, with l N I
r the most approved tM ad
bar that wisld compW vW y
the magnltence of It a
ures with those of the betiet
of the same period, was Ownsd ed *
by two brothers.
It was the days of treats out pVker
'u stakes were a high as ea bd&
play and where one played i otul
ke the pot without a show dowa It
heoply had suflclent cola to lay
the table than hi eOppqsts
~ald muster. The brothers corned
customary house mi g*~at f D-
g places employ sad M lepet
noelvres in all of the aSMIe that
ter, started. As a rule, tahe played
a g:.me ostensibly fair, but ft was
vtispered about that they Wae moas
dett with the cards than wasu i 4 dt-
of to them by their victlma f trey
lys wonl. #
With persons of conesquneq tbW.
ree careful of their play sand to all
appearances held trictly within t h
better of tle code which gambi l weft
IoplwNed to observe. nut witi t"oee
of kI.-er importance they w hot so
part.'ular, and they feaortld to any
Smea:s tr part the unwary hom his
teat. it won a well known fact that
tbe ~-V. *'ievr ran too h gh for them,
a~1 iinor had It that thet was a for-
tn), in the bIR Mfe of the private of.
Se of the brothers which opened of
thb# !,:r.
T',,r, wmq a lanky Arkansa planter
of iw',rtailn ancestry who livid sear
,i'lld By. and this particular fall be
harve.st und sold a large cotton crep.
etl:.ring tlherefrom some $10,000, wiIch
le. a- wat then the estosm., botI
Mk fro, NNew Orleans. wbiere ie m
IOtel h11 ,Ntton, in eas. I Hwas oem
'f the regular viettmae"'.tW btsOt
of the. n.rtifteent gasbt almeat
Sa ,,i't contrltmted may dilatr be-
; Is, to the pile of eels satl ed
*Wsy In tl.E big afe.
ntirhiu, upon hts Btsir" to the
y h, ,'.iiht out the l ght maeo
'rv ,,f ti. hibnpeboat sid, witli *
a!,, i a ,e I,nam i e. whlc waled
i *4 x,.,1 znii grew apace thtou
ef' ,t..i, tire the lanky plas aw
', Ii,-, t ,ney dwindle away e a
*w'. ,r lrhi airos |le s i th e t
' 1. o, 'f cailia beioi ti brolh.

* ^*. '.,t i. las day whie. ces h
W&;" 1' 'i at the iey. Nall*
*L, hin atO noucd the the f
r -, ,e th t he ltt e gaae
wz ".,r t at he waieSi a wgiew
fto.,,tj Lar, and his slamd Unde p


-WW S~~~wdalwet a
Wnto We stuhk* -
)ftheir owl
*..ghim em h
St. to pliae ot*lif

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toi 'aa~tl '.entoo
0 .,his sept*
_Atto watch
the table. le
with ex-



td :$he luck Tm ast nrst him
toward l.,l'clook In the
i pj, icktl up a hand contoti-
olr o es-e-as the pame was tb
Sahand that could not be beaten.
.ed thbo pt with a good stilt
~, 1icb w;:s pilriuptly eeni by the
%Air qrluJa'untul it ceame the turn of
Sgt ,blet, who sat' at the plnter's
We 'the ainbler sA inu a st iek of
yellow Chips. eavh worti $20, anuly
nchela In belght. The phluter. of courbe.
*w tte bet and raised for a'l tVie I;;oa-
ibr iis before himn. Al! the oth
laymerat atw down their cards except
thp gatobler.,who, calling to a neorl
pprt t'ii4 whisperingg a word lIi I;
"ar, sat .tn told Indlieren.e mnutil t::e
porter mtbrned with i heavy stack n.
golatedbiled $10,000. This L prr, u::.
ir sbOVe4 to the center of t:'cL tal,
eAhi tt&h a.seerlag sale to tL.
,ittV 4 requesting him to see tlk-
rbtw ,t the, pot.
"'" i was jut the play the planter
J9d anticipated, the grand coup which
.fe'brothers had employed with suc-
eqC at toret than one place along the
110i; '.,r such were th rtles of
6migohtt poker. The lanky planter
,eWiAehad'ownlnto the pocket bt hle
:Clt I5 f lolrg after a roll of money.
lLated hbe gave the preconcerte4d sl-
I,) and came up with a six aiboter,
cke-f sand lighted fairly at the head
Sthgamblek. As If btt one mind
controlled their movements, all the
other pllyeo except the two brothers,
produced a a flash long, hungry look-
lag six seh rs.
It was a tensi-moment; not a soul
Cened to bt 4e. The lanky planter
was the rtaster. o the .atatato, and'
be appreelated the fact. Without mov-
laf from Ahis eat or shifting the aim
of his murderous looking revolver he
called to the men at the other table,
askidnf if they had seen anything ques-
tionable to the play. Two of the plant-
ers had seen the brothers slip cards
ar the bottom of the deck, and one.
S had been busily counting the deck
of crds upon the table since the de-
aMueygent as unconcernedly as If a
trwaedy was not In progress In the
room, now announced that the deck
was short four cards and that the four
aces were the missing ones. The
roter at that table was searced,
*d the four missing aces were found
In a little pocket Inside his sleeve.
,* At the other table several crooked
plays had been detected. A close ex-
amination of both decks showed that
they were skillfully marked, and the
fourjaes were found to be what gam-
blers techlnially call 'strippers."
Each of the planters produced memo-
randum books tlI-whlebbad been kept
a careful account of their loses
throughout their play o the hboua-
boat. Altogether these 1nses totaled
$T7s000. Leaylng the table for a mo-
meat and forcing gae it tbe trembling
negro atteaA to e dtim big safe
at the We of TMvlver, tbe
lasky plauter*tamed lead d down
with sacks of sold and bundles t
grea eaks. Thias aey f whlith be
piled spoa the table sad. pplantlng a
grn guard tar eah or the ga'tsrs.
sarefully sorted out the moss, hato
ples of .1,000 each. Thet be made 1
reckonikg of each man's leomses and
paid to mch one the sa to mh
rundum book showed.
After distributing to eac ia what
wa due to him and carefully eoma
eat his own rmoey. iofediUNb me
tan $1,000. be tur to the brote s.
tarlo esasmary Ibmeh t, aa4
U Twerto them '. Anal Ie-*e Ia* a
ewe. emotloe ss vTae. He told them
mat -eer ap**atud a gamw1sllnm
1* or claj-db back le as wai
the' been beaten by a uftr rba ofa
cur e rthe skI of1 the player, but
tat has has trkmda were unot ""
tag to -9 Ietly to robbery, aod
ernde ro at IaKt it they had


tubo ompwl? 0 detothmand
"at a ',- I pae osthim
tscei he hi~heOake*them.
aim es M SWOthbceSM

~I ~ t~pU wing he
and t best.
SWIM la~I "M *4blls, the
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Beneficent epidemics are scarce, but such a one has struck Gainesvil*, l
and people of every station and occupation h'the fever.
It is most interesting and instructive to study the constantly changing
line of applicants for Pocket Banks as it files through The Sun's busine "'
office. There is the mother, bringing her daughter with her and securing' a
bank for the girl, another for herself, and inquiring anxiously whether al*h,
may have another for. the boy who is at work. She receives it promptly.
Boys come--ome are steady. serious.faced chaf who have begun
think on their own account, and who ask qolItons about the operation ,
the scheme which show the results of rubbing up'against thi world. 9
Then the High School girls and boys, gay and actlv,,, while the
man aud business man "slip in" during the loon hour to get a bank ft*
boy or girl at home, after asking one or two leading lqutions to make W
there is no joke about the 25 cents.


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A,HANDSOME NIKEL POCK SAVINGS BANK and Ma


,PHIFER BROS.,

BANKER


*0ood for o a dtmoaal s 2ceonts wham a depot of o e dol ar mW
3iade, will be gifa to everyone who avail usa of this
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last rce ld a. l t
K Bros., Who se9. .
0Isly urt inl es ctrds ow l

sr today (Sturdw) wr- ,
tomatoes, only 11 .
walt mullet and lot of flk 1

today's trade. Saun
s. F. Waits of PFartAM
ness visitor to Galiab q il

IDr. J. Harrison Hodges ha Mtrn
from a brief professional to
thorn.
Crest brand corn, regular o 9-
today only 110. RoemeMbe, tod'
S, F. Brooks. ,
County Surveyor James C1roM"
Milcanopy was among the Visitors
Gainesville yesterday.
For Sale-One 4x5 PC60 plate
era complete with latest modei
__ and outfit Earle Kelley.
Sheriff L W. Fennel speat the day
erday with his friend, N A. A Ull-
manager of Spring Park f m
Chas. Ellis has gone ot Lva OcoDPty,
ere he has Joined a surveybl pqrty.
e expects to be absent several days.
Burrell Wiggins of Hague Sad.Mr.
d .Mrs. Wade Thomas of MUOatoha
ere among those who visited this
ty yesterday.
Uiss Ethel Webster has returned
to her home In North GainesvUlle from
eLand, and her numerous friends
glad to welcome her ag"al.
Make it plain to your grocer that
want Blue Ribbon Vanilla Rx-
t and that you will have no other.
lell him there Is none "just a" #god."
Wanted-Manager for branch Of-
e we wish to locate here la OiaIes-
Vl4. Address. with referenice, The
Morris Wholesale House, Cincinnati,
Ohio.
F. Pulling of Lake View, the
tc,.t representative of his section
In t!' Board of County Commission-
r "a* tran?.acting business in this

W .1 ,;omn.r of Cyril, who is eon-
eitd with the firm of Brinkley A.
1:., (,xtPsjii.fve lumber manutaftur-
er. v a transacting business in
'Ga., 'ilhe yesterday.
C ,.iry Fut( .'.'rs'I Packing Compan ye O
trda, for High Springs, &rom which
nt F ill go to Jacksoavle. He
l r"trn hbone by tomorrow.


Ite Howell of Newberry, o
S l, 1,1 wife, was in to he
% Mr. Howell was OmO of
Sr I s-.rs in the reoent New.
t I ,but ays he is etiaritg the
h'A th' intention of -retbilding
' .- rltal can be secsued.
; ., who has been co-
t 1 5 1l! fruit Ow drink
4 W ut I>ion. has secured ad
;*"' :;'ing larger and more
'.'Zart-r. next door to his
S t1 -. Mr. Zetrmoer wIl ma.
, a ,.se his steak. Be is a5
.. ..< man, Well aseS
Shik city and see gt. Mad
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Hut@i< maie a bust-
to J' vY e yesterday.
4 F -,toae a H4ta' pickles in bot-
o F. Brooks, 'phone

1*, l1Vare, a prominent farmer
~4~I v was In he city Thurs-

.: wi tton .ai m son of ft.
tdibtl are In-the city on a visit


I ennis of the
-Copany spent


Dutton Phos-
yesterday in


M is he Louise McLinton of
o htW waa among the arrivals
at t *yw House yesterday.
- Sasa St o and Cay Higginbotham
have accepted positions at the plant
O the dlnesville Bottling Works.
* .'- ~has. Helfrich left yesterday
fot West arlton, Ohio, where she
Wtf spend the summer with relatives.
.% :eedles 8. L. Ward and H. M.
M btOrange Heights favored
Gal~evile friends with a brief visit
yeeteroay-
Attorneys C. Matheson and Horatio
Davas made a brief visit to Starke
yestqtray, having business before
jus Wills.
SOIver J. Farmer, the versatile edit-
or ,a publisler of The Levy Times-
Democrat, was in the city from Bron-
son Thursday.
Deputy Sheriff I. T. Walker has, re-
turned from points in the West Bnd,
where he has been on official bust.
ness for the past three or four days.
Ji J4 Call, a successful planter of the
LaCrosse section, was in the city yes-
terday on business connected with
the office of the county tax collector.
Captain Benj. Fontaine of Micanopy,
but who is interested in the mining
of phosphate in the West End, passed
through the city yesterday en route
home.
Col. and Mrs. W. W. Hampton wer


among the
board for
where they
with friends


passengers on the Sea-
Jacksonville yesterday,
will spend a day or" two
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Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Thomas left
yesterday for High Springs and Hol-
der. At the latter place they will be
guests of the former's sister, Mrs. M.
L Thompson.
F. S. Curl of Archer was In the
city on business yesterday. Mr. Curl
states that Archer Is "holding her
own" just now. The towu and its
people are In good conaltlon.
Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Duke left Thurs-
day for Jacksonville, having been call-
ed on account of the illness of .Mrs.
.Duke's brother. J. R. Crosby. It is
hoped they found the condition of the
patient improved.
Boarding places wanted for summer
normal students. CItises who will re
ceive simmer bobderV for eight
weeks.\beginning June 17, a' request-
ed to notify the undersigned by "osIt
card, giving city address. W. F. Yo-
eumd.
Mrs. M. E. Finch and little grand-
us, Fenwick McCormick, are so-
journiag at Cedar Key for a few days
on account of the latter's beat. The'
little patient is greatly improved.
much to the gratifcation of his par.
ents and friends.
Remember the historical and me.
aerial silver % at the residence of
Mrs. 0. K Broome,.on Monday, June
rd. JeterstmoD ID s' birthday. Pub-
lic cordially invited; bours I to 10
p. a. Any c. o butiou appreciated.
J. J. FPlaey Chapter. U. D. C.
Senmny Jiam" Robinson. represemt-
Iag eos. BReosietm A Co.. wholesale
shoes, .tvaualt. was In the city for
& abort time yesterday. Mr. Robin-
so. who mkea his houe in Tampa.
Is one of the Jllest iat most wdely
known travel me in the dsate
Mra. A, W. C. Ta t ind J. W.
tlsa have reined be Wilwood.
whre tr"ey oM the ss4 mission
of 4VomSOKghOe reiais of tebr
neor. M& L I. M L =It a Mooday.
The atermest ws heM i the Wild-
etd eseieId m 4 te faemoalt was
*by tv ee and friends

8. m aie wter tad

[eM *t EliWNIs. ming NOe
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10" Ash. Of
tce fat he At toy's trade.
P. Brooks, ,Pw 32.
D. 8. Riles, eelat citizen of
Miami, was aj thatH who spent
yesterday in tM ty.
Mrs. Dr. YeXBIet yesterday for
Ocala, where s visit her dafih
ter, Mrs. Gary, (r tipe next few days.
Mr. and Mrs4'-. M. Halle and child.
dren have retunid from a brief 'but
pleasant sojown at Worthington
Springs. ,
Mrs. S. B. Tower has returned to
her home in PkFat.City, after a pleas-
ant visit to MrsaL B. Webster, North
Gainesville. .
Chas. Floyd, representing the Fruit
..rowers' Express, ad well known lan
talks section,. s registered at the
Brown House yesterday.
W. C. Suumi.(, of High Springs
was in the city yoterday. Mr. 8am.


mers, who is i t', undertaking busl-
ness, came to tk obhatrge of the re*
mains of Mrs. GOuay, the sad death
of whom occurred It this city Friday
morning.
Remember the .Woman's Exchange,
the auxiliary ot the Library Associa-
tion, will keep Sen house" at the
library from a4J m. until noon to-
day, when hou o made Alicacies,
bread, rolls, cabk' deviled crabs, etc.,
will be 6n sale.
Mrs. M. R. .la, acompanied by
her son, Perry ClCooo, who has
been Indisposed tAr the past few
months, has returned from Gulf
Hammock, where they have been
sojourning for Ase pUt three weeks.
Mr. Colson's condUou. appears to be
unchanged.
Will open hotel Bluebeights June
15th-want 100 gets. This hotel i
located on the top a the Blue Ridge,
the highest rai)otd polat In Georgia;
66 feet higher thnM Asheville N. C.,
650 feet higher than Mount Airy, and
2,800 feet above the sea. For further
information address D. W. Johnson,
Passover, Rabua'=Co.. Georgia.
Alter a residence of a year or more
In this city, Alva Smith and family
have moved to a point near Jackson-
ville. Mr. Smith being engaged In
the naval stores business in that see-
Utq. he desired his family more con-
venient. Friends here regret very
much' to have them leave, but trust
they will be pleased in their nw
home. ,





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Those. boardmanmand wife of Hagte
favored friends in this city with a
brief visit yesterday.
Dr. J. L. Kelley has returned ftars
Jacksonville and Palatka, where liMe
went on a business trip.
Mrs. A. T. Kelley of Rochelle WasA
In the city yestqday on a brief visit
to Dr. and Mrs. J. IL. Kelley.
Mrs. W. A. McOriff of Mlcanopy ,t
in the city, a guest of her pareatt,
Mr. and Mrs. Percy M. Colson.
Mrs. W. T. Zetrouer has returned
from Windsor, where she has beeia i
a pleasant visit to relatives adN
friends.
H. M. Chitty spent Wednesday night
'and a part of Thursday at Micealod
at a guest of his parents. Mr. and Mr1.
8. C. Chitty.
Little Miss Susie Crosby of Dunneal
uon, who has been on a visit to her
sister, Mrs. 8. V. Duke. In this city.
has returned to her home.
Miss Elsabeth Blanding has re-
turned from DeLand, where she went
to attend the commencement exer-
clues of Jphn B. Stetson University.
Dr. Joseph Mitchell, who recently
received his diploma from the Atlanta
Dental College, is here on a brief
visit to his father at the uxperimentas
station of the University.
Henry Curtis of Jacksonville, indut.
trial agent of the seaboard Air line,
was In the pity yesterday in the In-
teret of l line. He has many friends
here who are always glad to see him.
Attorney W. E. l aker hIs returned
from Sutherland, where he' has been
recupt.rating for the past few days,
hlaving been Indisposed. His friends
will be glad to learn that he is much
better. ,
Misses ielle Chitty of MNlanopy
and her cousin, Miss Btsmle Chitty.
of Olar, 8. C., who 2I visiltint'u Mica-
nopy, have returned to that place,
after a short stay herre with Mrs. J.
fleteher Hill.
J. U. and J. A Mannlifg. accom-
panied by their ag-dii mother, have gone
to Francis, Putnuam county. Mrs.
Manning has been In III health for
some time, and was taken to Put-
tam county with the heke that te
change would prove beneficial
Col. J 0. Nichols has retuned
from a brief visit to Oreem Harbor,
Mass., to witc., point he seeompatsled
his daughter, Mism Alice. Miss Nihb
osI ezxpcts to remain abmnt the Ibal
asce of the summer. She is quite
a favorite h.re, and wilU be iSteld by
the sortial ost. all of whoim, tbover,
wish her a piessaot siisrt.
Misse Dsphn"y LeA w ISd T Ois
Lee Wilson. two ebsamtes ye
kadese of Bartow. who hbve bfte her
for the past few day as gauts a
Mls. Bowers, returned to thi h
jae eday Trhbs yoensg edie mad
UgW friends here who regretted Wy


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Mto their departure, bt tnur ttat
bey will favor Oealartill with seo-
bhr visit at o wy drtysalt day.
Jamo. ('ch.unt, Jr.. ho has been
ecuperatins at Wortaiugte 8pres
oIm a ** ovr* satUtLk ear for Th-
at few dars. writs that be left that
nsot a 4sy or two sar for PForn e.
I wlber bhe wl speeds a w
weeks with his dOltr. 9y.i Ha rr l
lolmks Mr. Che t wtrits that ke
a rapidly regalsg s Ie or sI bhelth.
wrbib will be pgrayttl g ifatorati
o his friends.
t a brWie visit to thisC ety oa
orabled bmslnesM sad plaaMre. HilMe
- J. Aeger mu rtnwd to
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rw Urs of Tburlf tOW aM11116d
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