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 2, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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: VID01132
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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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iah de, baded tadwS
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w but wounded ByB 3 -*
liur times. O.4 T 4 hI s
ibp shot o0, and othe sw *
asrts *sastaited. a
,* trom bt wounds.

Admiral Retire,
l 1.--4learf rt
tretdrd from aQ6
*io command of the
Vy yad Y Prday. M
,by ,tear Adlairl
7. Goodri. Admiral ogh*.
$| o .(Ul- expilr'd several
li4 owtag to tbe tmpor.
la baod be has been re.
1mala at the )ard for a
He wUI live la New
I preoet.


m HIs Wife's Grave.
. Jge 1.-Craned faith
death of his wife.
SJmaeeon. aged ;n
9W thi city, cor.n
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Wonderful Nerve Dept by Bsoy
Wh0 AA Was Amotated.-'
S*1Blln. s5aS 1..*id i yar-old
*iY tere has a$tooaln d tbl pieoitent
*aq a, Baron Von oieberg, by
Remarkable g1t -he displayed lan
as an operation. The boy's
to be mpt"ated. He re.
to tke an anesehetic brought
p. uaid Wnted f ee tM e aoeppratlo
te eto4 all use perisuaion o the
pigeon who ul matly Ielde*. The
bo did not wince and ma ad o soMR
throughout, but watched the asu-
Von's wo t with keen attention. Hfa
eid afterWade tha the sighUn alt was eo
lainteresting It was well worth Soe
pala.
Dr. Von elIsberg ,t*ognised his
pluck by giving bimr. .watch.

ON WEL.PARC WOMRK.
Committee Has See Appointed by
Departmet.
SNew York, Joae 1.-4-or the puar
poe of Improttag tie r N seon-
ditions.of Jedefal, State aid a ll-
pal employee, a national oocmaUtee
on welfare work for government em-
ployes has been appolated by the wel-
fare department of the nmatead clvio
federation. Secretary of War Wil-
Ham H. Taft is elarmaa of the ocia-
mnittee., of whica Goveruor John C.
W. Beokham, of ICeatuky; y)ayos
GArwe W. Outhrie, of Ptttabmq. sad
,William R. Wilcox, postmaster of tlle
city, are chairman.
Of the many Improeveiests, th*
a ted of wheih la Indated by ocs -
tI of public empapoye` the we
deprnot pd esiderable
e 6tion to the eatablahbeat 4@
agency basltals tI goRveSnt
buildia. Many of the ushsevose
meoitleos, as has been shown rfpet-
* ,M are due to the teut that th bw-
eLa of the government had "m
*A. 4*tedl .In .aome departea b
4r6A tIh het ftw Yeom.


W* O *me eaks Roeted4
iW' York. June 1.--Cedrlno, h
6itf ctp driver, breed tim 10
ateen- tm for U lo@ Te am
Gt the ft t Oty track thtuw..
eoverftrg e distance In 1t mathuS
4TA4 aeSods. 7% The preoi i
ord was 19 mtaute. -l t e4macme.
hold by Berala. CrM oMUet
oa to 14 atUs at do*or ei tat Op
taace Ia 14 mlates. 4 5 a *,
whieh Is alse a' world's recoat I
middle weist leaablame.


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LeOngem"Ao "9MAre 1' INeffied4.th6
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~ w WAY D~PARALYLED

Sk&.@f Awherm Ba1onging Ito
Ocek.,l Remert~e.

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Amoy. Ohe A A I.-All1ur0 "! m Ipo*b Xt6VNW,
Ss.- l-tb*; vn a troaA.'-* It e, Juz-qI'wi.Prench coUete
Sthe southwardif "O eat In pb@ a o tk l etep ar:
arms, s te t @ be Wellk 541. 0WSeUWIOE Io to the nava
~arm~, lan w* o d be w Gf 1e'S o ls p *N4e wir"l4 c went Wo operation 'n
The wv# Is spawessto th SelmC 4pO dd a it n)I thb ports France
da A.. The of 5 '" "vaW rewrves comprise a:: os
sla Sedig .O00 troop. to deal th -re rUme populatei t-,
Sth upiiAn Wg as warships aw ,4 life, They ',yn
I"". '-...y- t [11,,000.men, of who 2,..
r S*2 .Ase ot th e cm 11 0* of oias to the war f1Wetl P1-
*Mr,Pa4dock.ekeblydothe stat AO,* R^ UcA thp entire persdnnel of
kpart 4at : Byashnton May #Su Ba- c sa Wa e 1 at Aruine as well as the ),( ..
benrepo thea 'tored upi5si s tes d St ohft of i ;t Aeeia are liacribed in the nala,
been iportd at JqW, 50 milis legth ImJn Lee D e*f45 -. The executive commitn e
of Anoy. that ,*vral officials bid -hi urer 1te t he Ntional Seamen's uni,,n ,r-
bdon killed by soldlls and that 'the (r O ~ tOt tr e der the strike because the. mnm-
trouble _was ta _ow, il l'qk Tihur~ )rn of the union re/rd the goV, .:. -
is, lo ind a of thty uad re V-dign-g 'Bt'i new.'bill creasing pen-i,
MISIN NJOINED seat from $40.80 to $72.50 In the c.a :
N"w 'Prilght lae In North Op.. e *4ds ,. wh eb a- seamnen and fromn $15 to $2o in I
IIS Meets With Objectors. mnstanual, *VoiQd4 th, eas of captains at being 1nade ini-m
Ashevill., N. C., june 1.-Judge Adia, and Lo'e Wre a_', ,he reports thus far r eivod in-
Prithardwi granted another injunetlon drtils sand curllsg n. at 4ciate that the tie-up Sl conlpleth. A:
againrla the corporation comnilaslon troon 1ad nl eight, that tM the the Mediterranean, Atlantic awi l
of North CaroUlna on petition of the home of *Tdd Wriw tat 8:0 p. m, channel ports the opews genirall .14t
Carolina and Northwestern Railway and shots wern heard at o'eklock their.*Ip. The govydrment promnp:-
coropany, which road runs between ar the place where Jones' 4ar body ly red the army transports ia
Ohbeter, 8. C., and Lenoir, N. c. was foundd Monday mornl0 a-1 Mrlesa to be placed n commission
The road has about 73 miles of tJack- o defendants promptly fde me- I order to ianure a mail service i,-
age Ba this state, and a restrainin tion for a n w trial. o ttwel rae and her African itI-
Order ,was entered returnable at this -o sessions, but the transportation c-'m-
ety on the,,th of Jung aest, re.- Not Bolived in Saannah. Pnl* were taken by surprise and are
snltraula the oanotaselo f puttlug aW naM ~h. Ga., June l.-Men In at the, mrcy of the strikers.
In opwertipth passenger and terht ~a pm~.~omIian dedt-lfled -wt The 'oMials of the French tran-
Mte act eMtly paed y the Mles. naval e 5 ee w0 tec nplety hope that the ve. -
.WtWt of ~ .eate. % Wth tic y the story trodta a~ I0AProveace will be -able to .sll
The allaati o of the cot plalat a Tork that ti tandiar Oil from Havre Batur y, but they are
which the inutntion waes listed ar has st urad large tracts of plaie s not certain that she will be ahle t)
hamitar to thomeen which the Sonut- to GeQeosa, ForiOaq uad other seOth- o so.
r. Nbrtolk and Weetfrn and stock- we states with the lew of control- Generally the companies are in a
bodr* s of the Atlantle Coast Une lig pophlotiot ofturpentinae and rests. poditioa to coerce the men, a. ',e-
secured salmlar tIjtmottone, And are PactorB say that taere l* meh a great lg members of the naval r.m-rv
Int brief that'the rate education is so number of IAdlvdidal operators and the crews are subject to heavy ,in-
*xzesolve that the rallwey will be large tracts have already been so cut alties for Ipsebordinatlon, but It i
deprived of any return frop Its prop- p that there to noAelM for endeavor regarded as more likely that heoy wil
. such as the report has the standardd try to effeeta compromise.
Pts .sagw OrleasInundated. gaed in. One man slaid he Is -
No*r Orleans I Jne .-tevtera familiar with some large timber deals ED BUSH ON TRIAL.
extensive seion (s of Now Orl"as made recently, ad th the Stand--
Triday were under one to tour ard is not In them a1l. Tuar AtlasntaMan, Charged with Sending
of water from the heavy raA.pente rights, he sal ,Were weew" Infewal Machine, Paces Charge.
of waier from the bevoF rI~u. ed by (he sellers. Atltat. May 11.--red Bush the
Nearly all rain water hbs, be p p e by At-at. May -l.-_4red Bush, tOf
ed out of the city strta owle f to- -ah who i charged wiJt hav!", .r.:
the low level of 'the hlad .4 al- Palling Tree Kills Hunter, a anfernal machine to the 1 ,mi of
though big underground ditches and Carterville., Ga., June l.- Mrs. MoOarthy, which wrecked. ':-
an eapenlve pumping pleat has been coon huntag near person, Ga., a souse and severely injured Mrs ic
established the ralafall is pr few mlce from Oartero llt, XIoIra Carthy, was placed on trial !n t -
ledeted that the pmmpw c ot haa. e"od, the 30-year-ol of Sir* er emintal brtanc of the superior c 'U'
die it all at once. Ablut three tow Henson, mw oau^ t under a taU- Thursday.
Inches ofrain fell before daylight ing tree and crushed to desth. Youga ThIe ase is a most sensationa nr
PhMay motlaina Henaon was accompals by a megro and the eoort room was packed.
sad when the dogs 1trd" a eoonthe Fifty-sevena talemen were cal:
AecIdent Charged to Metlm.an, Oro proceeded to chop down. As before afJary oould bs secured
Ulyria, O., June 1.-C. M. For the tree tell the asero tn some 41s- The praedlpal witnesses are (",.
soy. motorman of a Olevelad and tance and as he tuem armnd aw Doolitt.le, t's business parn'
Scuthwtersna Tr tion ar, was4ar Heno was mlaleia. He raa baek ad. Mrs. MICarty, the laly
reed in Cleveland early on Fray nd found he bad bees enaght dert ca"e r beig killed by the .x
send brought to .yria to saw to he t fawllins trod was ded. Th ploetoa ot the bomb.
%Urge of being resposusible for 4 nager *r"'a~ I dls to mee asist- Bes@ very senUtlolnal te5tmny I
tih of seven persaos hlled In a 41e0 0 ad the party the` tarted be1ng eer1" .
treti- accident here TttedAy. and and rmsved the tree ba the body.
fsr the lijury of eight m p*e ous. 'Cel h I.Ced Negre Runs Au'k.
several of whom will prebablyd e. He 'It 1 e tod M atu R *W,. Junv 1-4"'r'*
phaded not guilty b- the ayor. Aathen, Q., Jma.e by wm by otae m &M4 with I aL
*ad was bound over in $.00 Iin do- s061 M5 E l M ttt" E M. tA J s e Postem. w
fault at which he went to jal. lag t the OMGeer IageMu 0o Maid. M he its m tndoapolls. Id..
pali w ewo. ^t halowtav aesrs were wher he Is wanted for "mrd* e
pref' et Thread sJ a1oetd.: Ptedddeat J. A. at mek -s 4 eld at bay a .
Sm York. June atint c toWeblhad; net vie pireSditat V. Voammes h ed by CM.ef of P)
'*etvard.. f e Dalton: seed tviapgn Mr. a of* eiti* us and
upasIlft thi throd. ldUT hav Idve bet, bR W. ladon., atviim; iems t@0 w .r for '"
av iced the price of thM1ad matse ts0 vise mproidat. T. P ers a hor. le was captured only I -
w dlse s spools of ibumd Bad the at Taft to-, reury and bota- hrbho dset asthe arm by
dealers throughout the. es-atry nave a .eth, M asof s b Ue e
take material notice of the raiee.
Dealtes my the prticeew.U be put up M_____
s ea4t per spool. i bl '7-

PFiu Lees 1 ,^. Se pp al ?.' West S e"pg. Uhuay sad 1ES
Kingtoe. '. T., June 3.--nre. t hi, fin', Ires. I, as tht date for ':*'"
Maeh started la the sad majs st ordais fl.^. .

that tMore and the store
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-week of ther t rly summer oule.


Atr ntibo e martin -bar-
Suna [week of the S Mly summer nale.
Rio- Ins of 't 4fc note, and those
,. m4 $* one, need of, an a I dry goods,
agiIo ,re a-. aredy'to-weargoo4e etc., will do well
p dL. R2 ead' to call and ilMseOt the stock and
i e 4i i this make their pqaphbem. This enter-
prisling fra Is alo offering a great
as' returned redftclon In stylish millinery and
S d.,oltaut, .men's furnishings.
p,-st wo R. J. Hbyfl, for the past eighteen
0' line months bthsiness manager of The
i O .. tu outh.- Galnesvllle kevator, has severed hist


to et the best


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connection with that paper, sad hl
gone to Orando where he has p
oepted a poiltlio as manager. of The1
Orlando Repoer-Star. .Mr. to-y isa
a S9od newspaper man, full ?f ambi-
tio nd ener ad energy nd hi friend feel
sure that he will "make good" to his
new position. While the people of
GaOinesville regret very much to see
him leave, they will 9everthejess wish
himt much success tIn his new ven.
ture.
Among those visiting the city Ia
Captain ,Jad# Hudson of Orlando.
who gains his title rightfully. b vir.
tue of the fact that he hbos a com.
amislon i u commander of the OIrando
-uards, is a graduate of East Florida
Seminary, 1889. and during his time
here was one of the most popular
among the student body. HelMad
many friends among the class of tst i
period here, and all were glad to see


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GAIJZSVILLE, FLORIDAi


ud" .is VD*o 10 PROPF. MEATH HOME.
,l, ee at w. m Pogr C.. Proa.rke. .--
CM!e .m ,oo w, 18i '? Delivered Commencement Address
friends w*ill be l 1to lea that he heJasper Normal.
*expe t x &iAt-i h aen for
gto1 next few Wetta W, Top F. McBeth, 1.1 ; ii
"W So Wof the o Ga oevllle Graded and i,.
Engineer *. H. Portc., of Waldo, School, returned Saturday night :rn,
'one of the effleleot employes of the Jasper, where be went by Ksp-cial :
Seaboard Air lAtte, who makes his vltatlon to deliver the commeunc,.,,:.;
headeq rters In Waldo, was In the address before the Jasper Normnal
city yesterday., He was aoompanied dtitut,-,of which Professor (;,.. ',
by his brother-in-law, Kenneth Harvey LyncIla president and principa|
of New York, who is sending a while This is regarded-as one of tl. i -
here. It will be remembered that ai schools it the South: and t,,. ,,,,
little more than a year ago Engineer that Profeisor Mcbeath was ., ,.
Porter was In a week .on the Wild- to, deliver the principal aihllr
wood-Orlando division of the Sea- indeed an hoer.
board, in whlohtte sustained W uries ,Prof. McBeath,also deli.r.,l ; i.
which Incapacitated him ftd du-t until dress before the |tetson l ni,.
a shot time ago. He has resuned, at DeLaad. He was invited, t .
his dutile. however, sad his friedda dreso the students of the coll,..-.
are gla4 to welcome him 'back on~the DeFunlak, but other engagen. :
run." vented.


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All Roads
Lead to
Hyde's Big Store


SALE


..Owlr tremendous reserve stook enables us to replenish our stocks eich day if necessary with. new, clean merchandise, so you < .in
|uni*d oftthe same good values and some even better than our first week. You have learned that a sale at HYDE'S means snm.-
li values, and we are gratified at the hearty response to our adverti.ements-it's of mutual benefit to all.< Come again Monday, tind
dayq next week, and you will find values far beyond your expectations


Tht 6WMW 4UN WO Au.wae b~ay* av.
VIUY SPlDolALt Kit)Ik TN FANCY H UCK 42kf
TOWEfLC AT ~ .......0.04 ...........
-W Barber TsOWWlA .45$I tot
Pd.:.em W io, oods

~wiaesat .314ft &,amd&PC Ward
be 3haLInoe as a 04 Sml, 1 IIt165sad Pe Tarn
*~slaat.14 16,S, iToat
lI W aEs VU at WhW 0s aare bpyead
qew Itlb~r good value fted


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aw suspeadew..
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Ready-to-Wear Goods
ever Befre Exiperlemd hre
The people know godd values and the
way the bargains in fine Waists, Skirts,
Sufts and Muslin Underwear were picked
up ahows we had some good-exceptkon.
ally good-values.
This week you will find more of the
same values in fresh, clean foods.

!I0hirt Waists ...... ....
$ aImrtW ti. ..... ....... e
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S 1d klrts in Black, Blue and Cream, worth '
T0 Talored Skirts in Bleak. Creams a Id
SPaidso, worth sO 0O to 8 0 special .
Speol assortments Panamas end
Voes in black and colors and very low


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AiInI Sale Parasols
For .Monday at ut Half their ,
value Dainty creations in White, Linen
and Bilk that arebeauties.
SEE TREM MONDAY.


i at Uk, 4k9, i5 .d 79c
Beautiful oods and most I 4 ew patterns.
See the Black Taf- .. l g
feta Silks at 98cC, $1.10 s $1.69


41,00 Spreds $13
7SI 90Ieollw'sh M1
4Clxow~e worth I"$ .
30 Is.famna leashblq... $I
11 Ids. heavy SaigS
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frupo which a hl wasW O.. dAV&e t
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platform, e as a paint eru tf 4ethb -T r W
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time. and from whh he adllegen he dA'" AIN PAIlL Sa HOME I
securely erected., leaving




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performing leabr t hI t e



uponThe cae, which m e clled up ad utherWn labama. W
said board being-& t` o old



platform the next term o th it h A. Peul, eci ent of



pround, oeof sual Inter States land office, has re-
Attorney r. A. Thrsher a rea eent- tn tended tour roh


ing the plaintiff in the premise. the any West Florida and South
perforAlmng la whbor he has een looking

( past olSth. b.
Has Been Atendi Commewment Cph Paul states that the people
Exercises at term o e elleal e. of W FPlorida are in most pros-



Hon. Henry 8. Chubb, register of porous condition at this time.' They
the nted States l ol has re- have been blessed wofficeth abundantas re
turned from Winter a is'k, wlr he has rains throughout than entire crop sea-
been In attindane at the annuaprmise son, th the result that the crops are
commencement exerclies of RolHiks looking fine, a d promise an abundant I
College, of which he i a ru bete. d.looking
Col. Chubb sRTU the after Governmentt only arterests for the oking
daring that their never wa In the the probability of good yield gve I
South a more succemful or a more encouragement to every line of trade I
agrs Beeable commenemnt exermmcisemes, an profesul states with the result that
E desire to publicly compliment Rev. the merchants are reaping a fine ar.
Thon P. Hay pasto. Chbb o the First vt of trade. The naval stores and T
Prthe United Stran church of, anesvlllle," lumhaveber ndutribes arde alswit healthy.bundant
tur. ('hubb said, "on the excellence large forces are/bing employed, and I
and n atloquence of is athdre on this money Is plentiful In all, the people I
commencemen It was one of the most of Wet Florida, reardess of vabundan
maCtrly efforts I have ever heard, ton or class, re p roportontely In
and the large aud its faculty, delighted ood condition Captain P." ,"but
agr well as Impreoed nt wth te subject Captain he result that he visited
adThosP.Haypastorof the ddressst vest of Dr. trade. mde many the naval stores farm of Henry ott,
new friends on his visit to Winter near FlOrala, Ala., oc the FlerldaAla- l
Park, and church ond w Gaho will em er baiaber line, fmr whence the towhy de.
bin, for his eloquence sad sincerity." rive its aUme. This is of the
CoM. Chubb said, "ontethhis wa excellence largeforst navalre bg employed Alabama i
sion It was one of the most of n working onvidt labor, adss, ofhavinoa
has er held, e nd ts I hae trustees and read somuch of are proporet oand ely -
and the largeautly di waged. elightthed good condition." ee l
ell as mpressedtereth Hthe subject Captain states that the visited
A NIW IftLAND are well cared for. be lg p.ltviedl
,- with clean, comfortable q uart,
n Hilsbooueh ss. Dr. ay mad e m and n all, the navalstolof er t
Enter d for Hn s visi t to Wintl better P6red for thea inA on
hPark, and friends who will remea Ib ther bam ht e, from wIB hencir the tow de-.



,n- for has issued the oand stcf rives as u ae.l ft a Is o aeon.
Co!. Chubb stnder date of May t which wIas onei naval store ths la Astista



f thea ly prove oa bUlae t s Ro nl s working convitheMreW s" having p 9
h.A -- sa- t-upon the raIm onhe. iad a pfterM
\,tice is hee'rea gien that a. ta- e ae emitted winth ther rjJ
i*" Hlllborugh Ba, st~aand guitars to enjoy themselves, slug
I i' " t".aming 2l.le42 a.31, esia -. O Paul talked ihase l
Sn.der speeia5 ,t--a' lm--- "of the on te ts. all of wh, Mated
m mssIo.Aq the t- Gea th are w fre bein g treated se9i
')lieo; aoug A ta W O l thet e dhad no grievance o
.i h-I be il e tah" go oe eiIO* t war the aagment of t-


onthe 14 ay oatJjy *? .P Um
on msad ftp, maday vw will N~S
to reesve aggWowtioss Is Is 00
*q saidiisd the to

TFhos..P. "H assim~r softheWM. A pod asdfr v~
PF'm-byterim SeA ISWegdW.yftDa& ok IR& oFsls
-~ fr SWt.ndtcn.WJ A j&. 0. B. RUT.B. tasbeiyM.,Ma
*tr wb* l : I. *16&&40"d 9.w Lblde

0 0 8 1 0 .0ma k .- S o b
The


eneoft.
f4'.?Tom


as a former of carenter we '



lsthmian 6aal Commission cg *i
capal at Baa Qbispo, Canal 5mrn
Wlth .otrt I .s.Pop hme N



received an interesting of

Gain when it is oy who learned ta .
as fore'dogn o carpenter whr
Sheritfml W o. Fnnl of this n
cafal at Baa qblpo, Canal &W '-'hU



trecioed toan. nteres Thein i IAi
which Mr. Harrod encloae a tet



eithn picture, thuio therlt o a ou dl
bunt t ntyck of h.s ae l w *,l
Thi picture Is all the mo.-fJr
eatin,. when It lis learnedd thblt ,




erro'st dos were purchunt sa
urinff L W. t nnell oparts. I have lt
transported to Panama Two he9ts.





f1rom hpnch s w usended an-d tbie
buck.




In Mr Harrod wth h we and bab
"Feonnel's dos 'have not dejdlev
me.nt ae eeks ndinghere you a inthe late
the r, gultests of first hnt aoers ..
turn A. to thee parrots. was whe her



rethat he purchased the s dogs from M.hunt.
Fe2 pounds when killed, and nell.o

Mr. Harrod. with his wife and baby



Many of those who' at this Oeat0a


of the year experience a feeling of laa
situde attribute It .to the fact that it
is Spring, whereas the season Itself
is by*no means the cause of the sea-
sation. This, more often than not,
say physicians. is due to the fact that
the human system reaches a point
in the Spring season when a thorough
"cleaning up" is needed. The machin-
ery of the body' needs going over once
in a while, just as does that of a
factory. Neglected, the bodily fune.-
tions become deranged, and ode of the
most common manifestations of this
Is constipation. This, especially in
Its chronic form, means that certain
muscles of the body are not In condi-
tion to do their work properly, bar-
Ing become weak and Inelastic. To
overcome this condition is to cure con-
stipation-not simply give relief to the
suflerer-and for this purpose medical
men of experience are using with
great success a combination of % os.
Fluid Extract of Senna, '/ os. Rochelle
1alts. I os. Aro-Sagrada, 30 grains
Bl-Carbonate of Soda. % ez. wateo
and ,1% oss. Glycerine. Of this a
easpoonful is administered at bed-
lime and before each meal, and this
s continued until there is free move-
ment of the bowels. Any good phar.
macist can put up the preparation.


The First Automobile.
Whoever says Micanopy Is behind
Lhe time? needs a reprimand for utt-
taring something which is not the
trth. Even In automobiles the good
people.of that town do not Intend to
1e outdone, and as soon as The Sun
publsbhed a few days ago that Archer
based of one of these modern con-
epaices, a couple of progaresive lUd-
UNs of Micanopy "got toter," with
be result that C. B. 1elton and
raie Allison are no"tidla i in a
Ired new. up-todate CadllWe miellUe.
vbrkch I the curiosity. as well a the
W*e., of the town.
5hiSmachine has Just been re.
!dd. and It is one of the net mod-
p tIo of the Cadilla. There are
irl miles of good road leading out
C )lMicanopy. and It goes without
yting that the owners will gt a
Mt deal of enjoylment out of the
Ivetnmrt. .

00 Not Noleest the OCidren..
At tIa. eason of the yer the ret
MIMural Ioo soee of echlld's bow.
Ib shoidld have immediate sttetim0.
"W be.t thing that eIm he rtvea is
Ihnmbrlain's Colite Cholera mMI Mar-
e RroM*ady followed4 by ator oil
Sdirected with earh bote of the
s idy. For sale by all draggisto

go, a UM in wg ad1 for




im at m be M64j
o n w ar aa ea ,, ,

4we; 4hl, Piii; PeOIL 2
me *H ^9^ ^- ,at (b.


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a #t eC0OM7, ClalwdiMn, and my


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WkkeBlueameOR1Cooks
MT Nfuel UM P l ow= tie work.


Vi A* ld ft haL MR& in~-
mwnsanwd. It not at
Ow arest 6agcy fqr ductiptly
circ r.


Lamp.
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E E. EVOYLE.MGR
Mosmseof T169 ondfull niattmion furnished lidu 181
wany.Out manager has lived I is 0Oio 08tr th irtyjeIs"
io thoroughly O"eouvesaawith land tibis.



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Se-k Ne t.d ......V aiAlation |
e4"of, fs cat 11 to Of

e with viu the mouth and
: ;a.eek ad g 9oft, & st nmetiome forming ulcers; th
'- "ne' 'or ap~ts a ar on t boiy; amd whet. e disease is allowed
', Uant deepeE, uttil it afects the bones, causing
ass. go, sal t '^wrick ofr1 -it ottnas," victim.
aLm5ts k .th t t ue tt. !'a4'ts the di mit suffer, but itis transmitted th
bowr, ram frm g.e t0n to ttratfon, nstd uinoceipt livesiare blighted and diseased b
o poison. x otherr is a .highly contagious as bood poison; in the
Ssomaunnr it imybc cbntcte by innocent persons. Many have been inoculated
pease, ,the vies, and. suffered the disastrous
msw for % Wir4So as." destructive effects of the poison, by a frie
.a 'handshake or by using the same t
ad iw **to war or toilet aticles, or andling ithe c
*IS.SHS SS t a tB, arls, m$kto easterJ^^ ysL '. ing of an infected .person.
tMit a poW#*e ear* for a* of m oodetof*ia -Stroe
1.. .M fa". I, Sm mais M h f ie, t S gt.r n inera. medicines : ke ier
cOhmrha H".a fad t. s i n td wayr a two o and potas ire often given to cure C(
i, Ho..i...ae..to- *. o f. goit lood Poison Mbut years of failure
N3 alo sf qt adva-oed. nSo PoMson. r9~Vent. that SUCir treatment cannot
sta',: ,r_ ". t'e trouble. "These medicines caa
,t mask or. shut the disease up in the s'
Bt Ml t' fl e ; ias soon as they are left off the s~mptioms return n all their hideoiu.stess,
trom T: hf rer finds he has' wasted valuable time, and, in addition, ruined is l:alhi a
.- *rmful drugs.,d.
be thl t ..S. S. is the antidote for Coootagious Blood Poison-the only remedy that is able to
,, .... .t e root of the disease and force out every particle of the poison, so that there are ai
Ne" Wrie g~.i ti signs of its return. It can b'e used arid a perfect cure of the disease m ie in
B Btth f0Wins* dlp t Oea cv, a cy pacyof your own home. Sufferers from this disease car be their own doctor., :nd thef
vzto i r a e e, r ttionm of Cteo years of cures 'ade by this remedy assures them that the treatment is in every :r ect
Wk 0 uot ,srahdly ltr Mto 9iFFa.o, a ,one an4. t its use, together with at. suggestions as to local :reats
qtliV ftr uow hl ma .sS M o wbSea h 4lulh will be I hede by our physicians free of charge, will cure the truec pei
Staln 'UP Igrow' S gently and pi 8, S. S. is made entirely of purifying, healing root,, herbs
Ii t UaW ," tdt sesio t .. barks. We offer a reward of $i,co000 r i
tla"Ae,, ati pobsbun iG to Lost that it contains a particle of minL:mral in
1# "' 00 awurto" a OMmaw a ae l .. eVNO o f form. S. S. S. goes down to the very rxc
it Elo bd that louisville duri t e ns*BM W*the trouble, and by driving out the last track
aaao will SSs1*15 e I I .lA" Un the poison, and making the blood pure an Ior(
1Woe cures the disease thoroughly and with cerai
th."I ; to iu i I I I With th. Soy, e *h aAu,.. S. S- S. will also remove the effects of any
Sto6=4 tigm4,+W* 'Ot nmy ol4 mya.asc. Mary,,!...,M. 0 eral treatment that mayhave been previously u
tform of $ # MINERAL Our "Home Treatment" book on this dis
SOtt my battead hlmt. Mary, U is a complete guide for treating the trot
Aii TO ASAA.^ aed 'em an tode I itructions for the different stages of the disease, and also advice about te Iel
Ilrv Addim s Oth.l mmy eantoeen a my easis';r mM treatment that will be the most helpful in effecting a cure. This b&k, together with
i ",nhy tuay. a > ror softot .par a nlt t speelal medical advice desired, will be sent free by our physicians to all who write.
m o dIaT o, prddenot of the boy. of 1. WFT smOiPA Y oATLANTA.
of. lodsa, ft Satulrday .. .."' '
S, Al.. wher he hae Never tind them blood sata,, Ma-,- --
-er an address be. o#er iblt that ragged holr, Wil St" All trion. r
i'j, m U. nlvealty. : es.i. It left the. by a balle t t Rthatond. Va.. J Ie 1.--At the
v"' skia 110 my *. *me* at Pr,41t L -of the
|I M hoR or, but one Jst br %e oob.wobs. Mary, the, f'I s s tate d that S poune
O N1111 flll with aed- 9leAMofsMag ot blae, the e-oa has o wl a tnouncedr
IIii th el u oti tlosal 9ions. 1e ly. t r W l' with M qut' of, Q 1.er olnea D. Lee.
klll" mia g'. o fmmtitl eo tderate verans

t M.46& Waonmdlr, 1ot rm r ae tly to It p. on Jnpe a, tUe birthday
er S e th : (m -S, ey er Iy *Pg ol.en_ T saierwSry of Jetersa DTvIs, aa.
N* ttr t .w0tef4l.w wll Never mstat that kgtht* 'lapty the heur atf the atvla of the Davis
mm,.WI^ M afr t kte- the Whe- lt 'It,,.a.1 t. 'moamat, Bleha od, proMied l
pttt 8 l US t st k the eir rE w .mtSela' wth the r road ms w*ill n Is m comply
tiPm my I ""t eSlm t te e, 3 ar, ux T oa lrh.
J e bel, 'mI sI I. m iP^ ^ i rO"i i r.ll M M^' Itel -rl I-t
bia st^ ^ grwseM iV% Mary It IHsI Ummarow take
.M TuSf O s. tIge' s e MMys M st U y 1Chamin sIm mmde Uw

e-p-se bI yo Kt-** m rwikm npt thal at te t J- iT-h r5 ss
RoedM or e haed. De 0 *M Bt M. * ^ s~s**. I 4? agreease 'lauslve elest, ela as
,. th tsMns 7 Mu Fmr mi amS m

hu1" Necommei S; mh,.t. Now Fm reay M, u ie. ma .* tpse a sen .-..
anho are, tw. ~a tm ake 7W e gue-bw. uwp M.,33.MR. ,.M ..-- --... al,.


Of rdu.ai- t Wougow vow vL iJ
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t Xe i S~ Rqk Ibe*

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SU"Ues oVW dl u, qr t-QW.I I
liev that s s b au'.
of the apathy vleeta, g that now enY4
r .....cn( 7.,, :;,,"$
slo 35 r r, wo i to Me.ratuit of our nDO
lgs a testad ,n the United States mal exstwteoe Apd to the acoompflahy
-mtr. As MyIland is on0 of the ment of e bhitoric destiny."
T .WI.... a State thoat is necw ry ftor the Dem
-wro ..... 5 4 ----ent to carry to win the neqt elec- When PrlIdent McKinley, mortally
w.M tmtt M. : tdlstBhled on the course his life, be Oigers, almost nerveless
,1J 'soN,pimaM "s f wyulgm, the part should pursue is the more then, claspe his wife's hand in that
w x dawy. deIurf0t w obrthy of attentifm. little minute the doctors granted her
,W toMWpart ftA6. -, "Of course," aid Senator Rayner, at his sedi' and he whispered, "You
900;or csmots .O vrtOriWMy is "we all appreciate the fagt that when know yo@amust bear up well. That
AAn ew Issue' arises the Democratic is the best or both of us." For the
Stan". ,.
y n notkeiin tta100i,"s tsim party must take its stand upon one dying woman I Canton there was no
prfr iUM, s, 3b35~' aedo side or the other, and as new issues lover's hand to press her. The voice
dq*tIp parties must enlargeand ex-'once so pot&nt'to soothe her suffering
I atlltordisplay edvrtirisag ee iiy a4. l'No one desires to restrict the was stilled. But her gae In her In-
ltion. . D ocrtic party either to a dead Is- tervals 6 ot0 lousness constantly
week O se ft smply to those that existed sought the oey of "the Major." look-
ego paper, publided very M ada4y ad t tle time of Its formation. Now, ing down o hJr from the picture near
a hsday, and coat flS -V WS40 Of t1 k e we any principles? I think we her bed. eand compelling they
Week, oMai, stats sad .S wim b.ve. .as the Republican party seemed t arry their message. It
wd, pomsefree W % d0 04 t stolu a t" m? 1 acquit them on the was as If the greatest Influence of her
ho.argA I, think that they are en-. life.had .survved death Itslf, and
-A adertisiag i blme i.e 4 aft6 4 t tliyb .Ianocent, and I do not believe the magneism of the man who was
gManace of ^adJv.la'M ,- m that they have any felonious Intent for so mama years her constant guard
01alated in n0trac1 ui0,40 Ias f
t, e eu iiredto $. .or design whatever to appropriate from evqg Ill reached out still to
Addrmi T them. Is the President a Democrat? shield her her hour of extremity.
I mast rfespettally 4any it." Pictures were all that renmanedW
Snato* Rayner, after showing the Mrs. MoKlJley of her nearr and
The Navy 1 "es that divide the two parties said::. more Intimate life. Her own face,
the gunboat Heleah Strtow, C must not yield the slightest frac-, with that of her husband beside her,
the scene of the rT.tio tHer a f the supremaey of the States shone out from the old-fashloned set-
slmo is the rote AI olarios love their own heal and domestic ting ot thirty-Ave years ago.' They
meWillnro.
interests and wlll no um
interests and wi not les eone This Is our paty, and we were portraits taken at the time of
ecesary, m' ost not barter It tor wealth, for their marr6tge, when, with all lt be-
t- ress or prosperity Prosperity fore them, they bade defiance to the
The Postoffite partaeMt has may 'be only temporary, but the world of ear. The grandfather and
now decided not to prast DAadfree foundation of the republic are per, grandmother, the father and mother
mail delivery. It Il sob t t the petal. In the next place we are p-. of Ida Sattom, a the close associate. M
failure by the city to the posed to governmental paternalim. It of her girlmood 6xistence, when every
house numberlng Ordis taM re- is a reproach to Jeferhon to claim -hope met its full fruition only to
sponsible for the 4ec0s aft the pos- that If he woe living he would be In meet untimely death, these were the TO
tal authorities. favor of' t. I predict, with great re-: faces she kept about her In the quiet
-- H. Wyatt I the .'e aspect to others who may differ with of her owusehamber.
M. H. Wyatt. is fte of me, that the day w ill ver comen-ie i
Manatee county that e pWrunl a wen the, Gove aiet of the United
death trap, There la ly been e Stat4p wl own andeop rate the rail.
legal hanging i Manaste and that roads of fte country. I t uo give
oe wasa white m.. QUb 14th o tle present railroad law a far test
ene soweer, a nero wi hae to P ILO
June, however. anegrowito haad trial, an4 It it does not answer ad bo
offer for his sins. purpose of its enactmet let us .wp~ .
---------. extend its provisions ai, supplement j, a .
"History maketh a young man old its remedies so that t will "eet any t W.r ..a=" s imw
without wrinkles or ray hair, gl e14 mea*ithat may arisei. hore is
Ing him the experience of age with. one koltlon, however, at
out its infirmities," wa a saying Dems atI party must conte for is "P
which Mr. J. A. MacDonald of Toledo this toonnectlon, and that I it marst A. TO i sit
quoted in his address before the Bos- Idemand a complete pbfdience to the
ton Baptist Soclal Union. existing stute. be La l
dents an officerss of our
Seven hundred Japasede sailors must be made, once and forever, to
were loaded into 40 autO mobiles to realize that tbeyAe the servants, agei tlA
take a tour through New York City. not tht masters, of the people." at
.Each carried a canteen full, of water After suggesting a platform upon as ,
and behaved nicely., Had they beep which all Democrats couldunite Sen- se,. ou
American or British tsa, they W lator Rayner closed by ylg: "If we omd'"Ce., Chelge or **N..ie
have been a little more lively and advocate principles that are not Dem- U L


Jouder. and wouldn't have bothered
with a canteen of water () ,.
Thb prince of Austdrlars dreetly
born to the King of Spain s been
christenrd Alfonso Plo Christipo wu-
ordo Francis.o li
Eirique Eugino I
Verancier, and if aSU m-
will some day bewo b,
of Slain. We predict frthim, hoM
be not be stunted his l Q1 e
a brilliant career. '
Th Y. P. U. Visetor, a imatbl
p lpr. four pages, rubihedl the
SY. P. U. Society of the t Bat
tl*t Church, has made It firNt awosr
al and is a very eaditable saltl
Tht Viitor's editorsin e n
Mrs. B.
*it Mines Boota id
'eBunach. R. D.
bder, assstant V
the busine. ms
BuDch as ssalnt. T. Visitor
Seat pMper, and will a~e t pore
k popNear e d*lamw tl ft asdt
h I interest o whish t is uhsbsi
nh aew Divwr It is i" now
working ovqS m an n ~ fs
C"S for MeIag. The Dm1w at
In te latest or tI-MIte l



_4 -t e w r J. w
e1 ni rIstm t-e Iup Ito" te
t r isn sa<* im ir I
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eat work as fthi s E "aS
01&" i fJuly. U"m ma is
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dcratic and'be aalin defeated at the
polls, then It I0oks to me as if the
hour of disintegratUon we at hand,
because the only thing that has kept
us alive through $I the strange viois-
s tndes of our ftoaae is In the fact
at we have ner yt' wholly aban-..
oned the historic tditlos, of our
alth Mand tav yet, upon all
Ch Pamssoon"d a
thed re tM~b io e party
a flslue Jab lan preoepts
sad aiwam wtshds aMtemptig a
revised eiton sat he would rspoud.
ate if be were Uvl ; if It wi only
mte u"M sbtls and not divide
upne aonlef sI; if It will only
Sby the o tan and not a t
6d0pt4 alter it to salt every eeo
"s gs'eto or SMoarei dewomnak
AnMA a wiini to array Isfe
i t t e Will eY
f,.t arn b*WN ,to ftstoM
r to Mte weraip of those
smt eo th at ill rei 1 .


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with CalomnLArent or Quine. HMUIN Isoa
teed cure for l dinses produced by TORPID
and IU ftL wiUl cur IURAA without e1t
bi any of the dely efltts of many drugs used for I t
lrpoe._ One bot*e purhased today Ma. sav you


A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN'S
ENDORSEMENT
Dr. A. J Ihua gphy*lalo fUmatk
Sl wI haem Herbne hIn my
te "a m add thet & Iym
ksma a and a1 af qaa medl

Las Bdttled, e AvMM Al kbibIta

& M, t VWm. S.* A.


*WM. O'O q'0:aiTSO1Tl




The. Jamestown Exositi
t E p


go$* s000Via 000..00.


The Atlantic Coast Line Railwa


People all over Florida: see the Atlantic Co"
urple Folder" for schedules to the Jamestown
iog Two daily trains each way with through
an Buffet Sleeping Cars.
Season sixty days and fifteen days.limit exoq
kets on sale daily from April 19th to November
low rates. a
Coach excursions at very low rate.
For further information see your nearest rai
ent or write


FRAN K


C,


BOYLSTOI


* District Passenpr Agent, Atllntit Cost Line, Jockseavr ,


SEABOAR!

Air Line Railway

AVANAH," OLUXBIA, CAMDIN, B
THERN PN RALEIGH, RICMQ
WAWaRIMM, BALTIMORE PB.i-
IAD LPLA, NEW YOI.


,t*m epat Trains Dity:
SEAbOARD EXPRESS
SEXBOARD MAIL


Modern Pullman Equipk


The Aeston
Norf ol .

Izut mile 740 Mole Dat.~y


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f ~ PAItiep, t s InteNOiW
qnd xv '0faitaiurers Recdord tU49IV r,~l DAJ
,dW1001, 'WO 4U rf ~ mrereceutly, swMfl" A
1-year. ro -rm&pe ipp th rmod! ra
Mie epo b1MU0D i obe. and groundSoe .9ilMANIAC.' MOs. _______
p no,. V Seeker I -s ow n am,... ltter. .. being ~ _ _ _ _
4:4TO ~Iv.he strt6%O&ijY 1#Id 9. The Dliii Vii
~*1f'with II"" aft' E S~being gTYRZ. r nDagep I Ia1 1uu111 inks" e
h~ oobttoft3- I OOv. Aps$-*buets well Pvotd'DOMDZIIB. MOURRIsweesehub.muuem
rl I 1. 46*at to isoue found. Asty- in A&egpihl. Owles se CsSe.
1% k hordown ,Ad ot~r v b ~dAgu are to be -dated
he t ww 4t! -e 1,an sors ...PN 8T.._____
in I f !'k AU ofI,OeiIeS
~w~as ,d th,%t Bek- fWr (a observation 1W. *arebeing ak OWaesvi3Je nc
aft. luiGesutal~y, Ieslligently I&nd In
vop~esd the crime is a igt pow64at manner. noheo
*0 ds#tto to to the 'SP~5~Pa W ntt1 of the sothern T~ .
.-VAill t k a T OM 9&yto tay way of bulld- *
116k 1 .Or4POWU. m" japrIy 'ishigher tWan
tre ~ilei2 0oA'terii Mille, tisbin ATTORNSY4AT.LAW.
O We went 1$"eat that the buildingsvY U t
A~'ittie girl; be,~ the very ]&Mot tIn- l
~ e~to the putup P A1 sf61ste4designed Inaspg ha aemo
IAM plot I" t~l hg $ot101 tp ~q ~.Ra~R raWth beas .P1
ago ]3AAMR, MATBISOP & AXTMf, gIg g
=114topap 4 .4 oui
~ ~~#.A~pl5~4h~5* Z *A7'-IA A.


Aow bbw to take car. .. OLW!lTO9S IN OMAJONRY.;
.. . Majority 46do tac.K-~ ~ 1g30

& I~t la:"1 Uaeuod. Herbine ____________
0kW. saw rover ind Ainq it the
ibeWlczeI ever used. Iwould FURDINAND BAY2R,
&towuWw t.it Itslo.4 good for 4MTRNZY AT LAW,
'1W itis for gro~r-gp psaib.,
I utoptendit.It is fne for AOMUIeza *V~w
9Mg."Sl by W. N. JWoba..
1:a082soli 'on. Sits Dropefln (1i0


JrT- tofu0e Aeronauts Fate a Myttery. E!S te,
tiTy Math ad MaryM DO London. June 1.-The fate of $be 1 s6 00 f r o a S.
C g t, ,. two Iteutirakts of engleers- sio as - ......
ended from Aldershot In a military A. OABLISLE,
hawd. Put ar Trail. bfoon May 28, during the review in *
ICy ., Jane 1.-Cptoaa bsbowr of Prince rushimbl of Japan, ATTORNEY 4T LAW
W te icty, with statl remaini a mystery. The "t ol BIitor in qui 'y
-i~l rridaT took tp thU office ae not received any ews ed to in
i of William k ae, who 1is Bha the laqulries made drawing the altht t' al0*, Ooaisea l adt Pfew
4t1b tie u2u0tr of 4tel Cleam- dispelled the illusion that the aero- owrl n1tee. All bulmeM promptly
-gi. t 1.PM-toeld gli. The girl saute bad arrived at the Scilly isles. ttended to. 0 sets deor t0o 0
f t Att JOneS' ,100. Is Bath Warships are cruisltg In the chBfh ee. OAmviL, cFbPLtnA
ta, tt ls i pnool od blpod with is the hope of obtainingla sne .
thr"et 'ut frem ear to mar. Jones to the ofcers' fate. WIft IAD Rill
rst Sem OtNh in the Oarection
Caritle. i e Tetter Cured. .

I 1.I v e. :-r lw wit hh an ds BICICLES and
*111 putJU o 0orland andoat rn tht stbeould 64not attend tohe her Oua-n
S. rrn *shee. Trt.hold du O"o boxof Chamiber.'s E electrical Upp.lies
~~ leen so heavy on the variouM s lve Ud h'. Chamberlia's -
thit it bas been praettially tiM-l mdle s give splendid eatisifatio AgMney for Iag eyelMe. kepaltila
SOlMIble to. aatad the exttlag an this oeuamunity.-M. H. Rodney & dme pUromly. Eleetrhs w r
iMM The dro.e I Utime ,tieCo lai.o, ,AL. Cbamberlaln's ofal Mkls.
,. tSbu,. T" l.ter .st .at. m olees 1reo r ,ae by al dru N
, ,b ot th tNader the old chbed. -... 1 3 W. UNION S.


A41lA.W.tSatl 1h1tiHimself.
Orftlimhh failsGail Juse .-4o6. O-
~V S~s.. a'~wn sMR rodeos aftS&a
*~s ~dnaIF dwthianK In ithe e
Hele gdwstw voded. O
Os wtiAMw d g pAeOl Iwo.
pseb %a- e basinb" tM no MaoU114


mad.~, 1. orwetopvw" ea00
to C t~s4Mfto #A *W 0d


~, New Lie sWMI spI
.~MAsta, Jume it.. w.
bgrianted by th~e BOVWY at AO at5
If4thurday to the 3e*MIasftjfW AS 441
"mInuane* OwpMS~j kaoI
Sstick ofatGO %N uVl 1
SOn of the company' we h~In I ow
OWmo~ng the ChArT* MAOMI &0
R"".:J.R. ~ 0.3.AU
14 r n 0. R-iWW
Bank of Lees"%ig
Mtlu~ta, June I.-AIM e Dadh5
Lauburg. at L~eeburg. s.
asaty. was granted a churtesby
UsOretry of Slate Philip OOk

1 .P. Omiatway. I).D. n. U1iIj. A.
MioA. W. Goodwin, J. R. LOU.,
V. 3. 3ht "d H. R. 80"vU.
'I.,
~ *sin. une .-AI'bopeat PUM.
that the sussian"we.vo
to 41 S demtto the
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M0 se to a&kngGllag 5 tgoI] c &US


am Fplo~cj


ei~ble, Have.a Policy Correctil
bey 1Contract and the CoZmpu


TOU Are Assurea
Tbht ap srlope los aon overome you without you hare o0m
refuge. __________


Fe, I4e, Accident ad Health luran
Note bust Rllable CompuDale Reprepented.


A.a


M. C SH MAN,


InformmSo. n abefliy fturaloed.


OAINESVILLE. FT nR


CLYIE S TEAMSHIP COMPA


0'103 & Sl3L ITTWC8 '3M.OCI -WBEKJ
JacOkonvlille and New York,
Oallig at OHARLESTON, 8. 0.. both ways.
Yen 1Nwt rtNUlanp tn to Cstwisshsor Ei
Clyde New Englanid and Southern Li


Gam"s W~m Psstpened. ProVI3NU pdAll Eastern]POSTNnts
leeteagiasbaapg~o~ IP n doubles I"a aesmb"wn
a ulag" s vhich W'Weto bo *dO-ld Z --WJU303C T B 9A ILINGSC3
Ir14*Y Wfralpotooed an account w. Prwharf, B
wt veW.M vth eUntbad ISIS*IS. ()bsi....... ..umiSibetahria@@si.. JeekWIs
chled 00 3. wo 36 *NaiOrleaSns
qegg betel pkttMad iaat Atlanta 9 aiK
to holdefst ft*"a ht""s. oppeslts P.0.IL liS. gb a Z Lne
Roll.TbDods t onACKDONY116LIS ld SAiNFoI"'
0 14 all k1Dds Of boppiftg as" ithAstors ISrMfouLaend). md I~du~t# 1
BAad*N ~to emoJoasas ftm.
CAaUP NE .betylmomsm"CITY OF J.AOK8O1VILLE
laud@ &bftC to@&a 6jfallogpu: Le$avejgSk"eUv1lle, SuO Ve u
**a destigN before 'etse's RRBs s Fe, lOSeaNfd,1odJ
no' ell "~as Uorderivg. It 2 -edgamF ,J~.
heaJmean FAIRING A W263.
CIALTY. EA J .1~
IDmsM;A rri
L e e P s a. . .. ..

ICHUA COUIYYTT"ivnl~abrSo
&IOAlas40"em&$MeIS EA (333 AIM TICKET 071(M103.3W. MYS. t
area, heM IWOone Opul s b tats6 L A 9Jm. Fg
m 'ae .. 3 a 0 0 L.0 . A. a h o'1 .....~. i u s '1 .. C ...........- E p A .
"sW~IU Per WAltts 001. j~SSIIfuI. m ,Is. *pier aU19. R.!
ad"*O.R. TAhm&, P. T. U.0 /0. 0. Sao", ().P.
"No$ IWO"W* MAYL 10 t LWTS. M Iedo.Swey. Tac k.
.gVEM pe~,~L. D. J F... A, g Fela,.
seas amd all ittom R 5F 11TZ35 TUBSRS XP3RUIUWOL .7.A...L emeFt.
ma A' Via. pg). N. 'ew '


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pREACHER I
..r -***fo

Guilty. and P&ld/ *l
SNegro Sent UIp ei U
tHss Ca AsppO
B T. of John W ,
negro, for b601% *Y
us hs got hibm Itot w
is no telling VM4., ta
will end, as he has *a! l
la Justice Bexley's O ,
#prigip upon a charge o aM
from the freight bhose ol
Otc Coast Line, and *as bm
d. His attorney, T. B. ED*31
ever, has taken an appjiDl
the meantime NicholMb is
about the streets of igh
under bond.
has been employed tor
rte at the freight dePO of te
Ie Coast Ine at Hi h Spring.
Ias long has be be m
of stealing whiskey il wl 'a
wd to that town, and which
p was stored In the depot.
It times it Is alleged bom e of
br have been broken Into and
d the contents removed, which
Sresulted in the arrest at Nk-
6B the possession of whom it is
tere were four half-pint pftr'


Sman was arraigned before J
leiley, and there appeared to be
k trouble in proving him gilty.
Val was taken, however, and
bth cuase rests.
trney C. R. Layton represented
railroad In the prosecutintO; A
oy Layton states that the practoeo
dealing, especially whiskey, has
ioing on In High Springp for a
time. although it seems difficult
iprehend the thieves. Three have
caught within the pasttweek.
river, all for the larceny of wisls-
One of those apprehended, and
pleaded guilty in the court, was
bred preacher. He was assessed
e of $ .and costs, which was
ptly iaid


MELROSE NEWS NOTES
rial Day Was Duly Obs
Accident to Lady.
se. June 1.-Memorial
11 ul col nimemorated b? the
o' the National flag at the
Cale YI'arwiod of the Gain
ersltvy wounding the appro
on th-,. u ~l in fine style
Itdir of ithe graves of five
rludit-r! with flags and flower
A I) Hicke had the mist(
diloatigh f hir hi, on Wedn
shelt an elderly lady, It ti
Nul if he will be able to
it without assistance.
htrid fro'jm she was reag
dof Ni M's. Rose will be
her tlat there is no improve
Sldin has returned ro
i "*:. ntiii at Ric mteso
",i ,,days at the Ja8e
%" 1 r ltaldwin report
B N' ri, pifeaant trap.
Colic ahd DOiarrha.
In .1 S utomagC. malf
I ar- q .Ikly reltIed
af rhf! -ln'u dy.C I


6000 BREAD

AIDS BIBESTOt


al YOUR OWg Fla

|W"A t:. ,,-
EVST()NP BA. ,.

SConnt j Amt


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oar
1.olo::t


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Mrved.

ShoDay
Town
esvile
,priate
e, and
Feder-
Pg.
fortune
esday.
s very
walk
%amt __


th1t Dlilltdtt ,Attorney
B tt^ o 'oUcy ot
1*1lieve rade possible the
sarly & A re of Baan
W66 4 0 the
i~ty~ b ^ be"s me i that
qIna swud by po-
Mt powertal faacl
aet OMtry have been
the battle an thfm sle 6O
declares that the greatest
I n th *maft exposuree is now at
M4 .4 that the greatest rilsis ia
te history of Ban P'anclio is side
1w Ids wtth It. \~He chaed that
prWdutt trick Calhoun, of the
to d I4 oib has sought the aid
of tlVe althlet bankers and mer-
4i6tseot the city to tree him from
te eltohee of'the prosecution and
Mrea et his Weaviag to pay the penalty
ot bit, alliged crimes. A meeting
va hld a abort time ago, he says,
at which Caloun called together a
asumber of the heads of the *Ufrt
bk Praaiuco banks and sought tUr
adthrbouph a thinly veiled rique&r
baoktegl tW t carrying cars through.
"we Influenoe which he et' at wotk
to lajurethe prosecution, Heney Nay
ha bean %ampering the prosecutors
to a sertatl extent and that they have
rsaik a sentiment of doubt a* to
tke real moUTvN behind the invoee-
as to real motives behind the Inv4etl-
gmtan sai he calls upon' the oitisea
S n, Franctsco To give their fullest
Seance to the work tat is mUll
to be done.


Every Man His Own Doctor.
The average man cannot afford to
ployy a physician for every slight
ailment or Injury that may occur in
his family, nor can 'he afford to ne-
glect them, as so slight an injury as
the scratb of a pin has been known
to cause the loss of a limb. Hence
every man must, from necessity, be
his own doctor for this class of all-
ments. Success often depends upon
prompt treatment, which can only be
had when suitable medicines are kept
at hand. Chamberlain's remedies
have been In the market for many
years and enjoy a good reputation.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel com-
plaints.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for
coughs, colds, croup and whooping
ootgh .
Chamberlin's Pain Balm (an anti-
septic Uniment) for cuts, bruises.
burns, sprains, awelllngs, lame back
and rheumatic pains.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets for constipation, biliousness
and stomach troubles.
Chamberlain's Save for diseases of
the skin.
One bottle of each of these five
preparations costs but $1.25. For sale
by all druggists.


waen To Our Friends and Patrons.
4d.M Snce making our announcement
that we would close our banking bu -t
Snes to take effect on June Sth. 1907.
we have sold our building, fixtures
Sh* sand vasdts to W. R. Thomas, o. K.
I. He Broome, H. F. Dutton. C. W. Chase,
awv J. H. Vidal, S. J. Thomas and J. B.
Sh Padgett, WPl-known business men In
this city and county, who will organism
a banking company to be conducted
Is toha building. In order that there
Sa a m er Mno dIseotinuance of the ba.k-
W h* bsuules'ln this building. we have
ben 4dee .to costlnue our business until
t 4 tae oranisaton of the new company
Sa-d werespeetively ask our friends
ad pativas who bave-m kindly done
bislases with us to continue their
hanmef with the ew irm. It will
g be managed by wis and conservative
b N -es men wbmn have known
i a h bsme way for yeam. and we
S besak or tlsm a Uibwl patroage.
As advised toeoaw etrelar letter of
LT so nIN. an dM wS be paid with-
e- s l ruemon, sad ewtatese or
deposit redesmed. wt hiosus on

--
H.. DUTTON & COMPAJTY.
KmayM I Iw. I
f-=A. A HeW MoWr
Wmi th a at r ulby Is properly
Scared tor-4to do tW a good pergaUv
la misaomry. Ma tebiMes esffr
.v Im w erao ad4 er others 'doe't
w .M-4f year bey is feverish sad
4m eke 8t 9Ms. K is trobetod

w S Gea nsft X L re t ileA
r* i L ' -A
|^'yr.+,_#>. !u[.-.^. W+ w*j- .... B- _


THE SUNSLIBERAL OFFER


A POCKET BANK FREE


To Each and Every Person Who Re-


news


Their


Subscription


to


The


Semi-Weekly Sun for Another Year,


or to The Daily for Three Months---


Also to Any New $Sbscriber.


TN POCKIE SAYINGS. DANK EPIDEMI( RAGES FI ti il


....IN GAIISVILL*..


Beneficent epidemics are scarce, but such a one has struck Gainesville,
and people of every station and occupation have the fever.
It is most interesting and in4tructivo to study the constantly changing
line of applicants for Pocket Bankq as it film through The Sun's business
'offloe. There is the mother, bringing her daughter with her and securing a
bank for the girl, another for herself, and inquiring anxiously whether he
may have another for the boy who is at work. She recelves.it promptly.
Boys comrn'--ome are steady, seriouM.faced chaps who have begun to
think on their own account, end who ask questions about the operation of
the scheme which show the result of rubbing up against th' world.
Then the High School girls and boys, gay and active, while' the work
tian and business man "slip in" during'the noon hour to get a bank to the
boy or girl at home, after asking one or two leading qnestfons to make sure
there is o, joke abut the 25 cents. "


......t PUAN III OuIIIooo....


A HAND."S01E NIICKEL POCKET SAVINOS BANK and a order cos


PHIFER BROS.,
'BANKERS


Good for an additional 25 conts when a deposit of oo doar or more in cash
is made, will be fiven to everyone who avail the-maivP of this opportunity.
MaW an investtion and you will never regt it.


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4 ~
thb~S~
ga~udp~i


*. vse our Stkb9n dOl

deposits subJect A e k

amlnis cards in lstt tt
typewriter for a. %Ap-

Slne of ladles' droi "t --
i J. Manasse.
gglish of Tacoma' wa tra4*
do city yesterday.
ingredients used In or
keystone Bakery. I
ine, of gents' half- O at L.
s. Get the habit.
ARGO ARGO AROO ARGO
ARGO ARGO ARGO ARGO
Seditn of Meredith is In the
a brief visit to his family.
b*t printed statI..ery at
M e all at The am *lam.
JberJ.Manase's big sl*e for
Everything marked down.
pIolly, the merchant of Ar-
was trading in the city Fye-

fine lace hose, the bet on
teL Come and see hOw cheap
J. Manasse.
Dollar put in a savings balk
wek amounts to fifty-two dol-
year. Phifer Bros.
baum's clothing marked down
If you wish a stylish suit,
the place. J. Manassae.
Asle-One 4%5. oco plate
complete with latest model
outfit. Earle Kelley.
DEBAKER" WAGONS-Just
a car load of all es at Craw-
SDavis'. Middle Florida Agpeny.


K Callison, manager of
I Park Farm. Bennington
was a business visitor to
Werday.


Mizison
I~di,,g a


the
sec-
this


and Misses Lenors
and Beatrice Avers,
few days delightfully
Springs.


SWonia a's Christian Temperance
* will hold its regular monthly
Me uMeting at the reading-room
l.y aftrnool at 4 o'clock.
r.ad lMr. .las. M. Farr have gone
'a S C. S C. here they will spend
lmner Friends wish for them
llha. arid beneficial outing.


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(OuTo e*A
hamsukm b

hnsiieFwrilij
Cornpaq


SL4Ies'-. hirt-waat.s in white and
etorae, beautifully ed. J. Ma-


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IL AND OIL
"Opnid andW
01 low tod
.qewho RN


Tme*.
Remebter the h rical and me-
mortal svw tea at the ree4de4ee of
Mrs. K. Broome. on Monday, June
Ir4, Jsersom Davis bthday. Pub-
mIe ewdally l.rin ; oears s to 10
p. a. Any cotin-io v-aedaK.
S. Fva" Chesr. U. D. C.
saes cc w .. Smhuouase" of
Tioo" ws wto ued iN tMis
eit hr "M tim0 y S4w te
uOmes M the A-e4( Ohotas
Ns iN evenla, s to oelwed
eL ^ f t.
-J*w-^ ^^

Dao Sheriff 4. e Stokes of
y 'et was ampthn who spent

La&es' .kirts-whlt It wash goods
also Panama and all *lnds of styles-
very heap. J. Man ".
Mrs. J. B. Padgett and children left
yesterday for. Worthl gton Springs,
where they will recperate for a few
daM '
Don't buty your money or keep it
lying around to be tolen, but. open
up a savings account with Phifer
Bros.


4''-.


tfor ie at
Iay May 15.


'** ,... -
OWL
Sen e where you
write letter, tead yYroU
a will td sto se
H Jaur1.0 iOn OR=
op explain how easily they





Thepart:shoe for eo, the stand-
ard of qullty. L C. Smith Y

-Miss Natolle Black of Live Oak I.
Ij the ctty, a guest of relatives.
New's yourbape Ane to get a pretty
street hat very cheap. J. L Manse.
oThe Barn our savings department
works while you sleep. Phifer Bros.
Full.inet of ladies' white hose at
rnd 49qualcents. GetC. Smith habit. J.

Burklhlm.
SNato! See Black our men's f Livne Oak x-
the becity, and cheapest on the market.

If Zou want a good gentlemen's
belt you know where to get a pretty
the habit. J. BurkhlJ.m.
W. B. Holder, the naval stores opera-
ar of Santa Fe, was transaction busiox-
ness in this city yesterday.
Nearly all rich men were one mapoor.
Commenclt you know where tnow nd deosiet
in' savings department of Phitfer Bros.
We handle our wagons in car lots,
consequently can sell them cheaper.
Call and be convinced. Crawford &
Davis.
Be happy and buy a pair of our
sUperb white canvas oxfords-very
comfortable and stylish--at $1.44. L.
C.: Smith.
J. C. Stokes of Paradise was in the
tity yesterday, and purchased one of
those Studebaker wagons from Craw-
ford & Davis.
A. G. Lamb and H. M. Sherhouse,
two well-known and prominent citi-
sens of Micanopy, were In Gainesville
on business yesterday.
A.o Williamson (ft Live Oak. In-
dustrla agent of the Seaboard Air
Line, was among those who spent
yesterday In this city In the Interest
of his line.
It's your own fault if your desserts
don't please you. The sure way to
secure satisfaction is to use Blue
Ribbon Vanilla, which Is a true, pure,
strong yet delicate extract.
Ira J. Carter and. wife were in the
city from their farm in the Benning-
ton section yesterday. Mr. Cater is
an ambitious young man, and has one
of the most model farms in the county.
' Argo Red Salmon Is sold In one-
pound tall cans, because only the tall
cans are filled by machinery. Flat
and one-half pound cans are filled
by band. Viand work In factories is
crude and antiquated.
M. H. Slaughter, a prominent citi-
seo of .Wannee. is in the city on busl-
ness. He made The Sun an agree-
able call yesterday. Mr. Slaughter is
engaged in the croestie business, and
Is making quite a success.
Boarding places wanted for summer
normal studies. Citisems who will re-
oeive summer boarders for eight
weeks, beginning June 17, are request-
ed to notify the undersigned by postal
card, giving city address. W. F. To-
cUaL
"Money lakes the mare go," or as
they say In Boston, financee accele
rates the movement of the female
thoroughbred." Uhewise money
sp-t for shoes guarantee satisfa-
tion when purchased from Hyde &


We have Just received a
nice shipment of choice
patterns. Prices strictly
right.



Iron Beds
Are much cuoler in the
Summer than wood ones.
We have a magnificent
line and now i a good
time to pnrclia'.



Shoes Shoes
Our Shoe i apartment
contains some good things
for Men, Wnme and


Children.


Try


your next pair.
Shoe. that wear


us for
W6 sell


Trade with us and be
sure you get full vals.


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We have
adrtment of


placed on sale the best a
Plain and Colored Lawns


Satd, wOrgandies ever shown at the low "'
Special price of-your choice for


I Oc Per Yard
m See fror center counter.



iMONEY-aBACK. SILKS

SWe have secured the sole agency of
the celebrated Money-back Silks--every
yard guaranteed or your money back.
The regular price of the best grade is
$1.75 per yard all over the world, but we
-have decided, in order to INTRODUCE
the silk in this section, to make the price

$1.560 pr yard
for the month of May.


Come to see u#. Our store is not the
biggest but it i1 the best in this section.


j Mrs. R.V ilson


Merrill D. Wilcox of Wilcox is In
the city on a combined business andI
pwa--su ,-.. A--a


Don't miss our sale it you need any
dry goods. Now is your chance to
get them at your ows prices J. Ma-
nasse.
Try a STUDEBAKER TURPEN-
TINE WAGON-guaranteed to. give
satisfaction. Crawford & Davis, Mid-
die Florida Agency.
Monday, Jefferson Davis' birthday,
will be a legal holWay, when the
banks will be closed. Patrons will
be governed accordingly.
Mr. and Mrs. J&a. M, Graham re-
turned yesterday froa Worthington,
where they have beeiojourning for
the past two or three ys.
Salesmen wanted to sell to grocers,
druggists and confectioners; $100 per
month and expnaes. California
Cider and Extract Co., t. Louis, Mo.
Fifty pairs of lades' white and
black silk and white and black mer-
cerised gloves at 79 eaets Monday-
worth $1. Get the habit. L. J. Burk-
him.
Miss Leonle Padgett, a charming
young lady of Walterboro, S. C., who
has been here on a visit to relatives,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Padgett, has re-
turned to her home.
Be sure you are right, and then go
ahead-but be sure you are right
You're right when you buy the Ultra
shoe, you're right when you buy the
Queen Quality shoe. Hyde & Tench.
The Alaska Packers' Association
have liberated from their hatcheries
nl Alaska, up to 1906, over three
hundred and fifty-one million (351.000,.
000)'young salmon. Their Fortmnnn
hatchery is tp largest In the world .




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NOTICE.
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sOr hummer rat*,of 14 per wmh-M 4.
k-'med 94 tendilng tires, Girs$*
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(OLD DR lIM1 Or ALL KIND M
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for *portesiin.
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Brown shoes tho' 1ll the rage,
won't push the white ones off the'
stage. L. C. Smith. \
0. C. Rush. a clever young man of
Mcintosh, spent yesterday with
frk.ads in this city.
Geo. C. Snowden of Hatchet Creek
was among those who visited the
county capital yesterday.
Mrs. W. H. Seabury left yesterday
for Norfolk. Va., where she will spend
the remainder of the summer.
Come and see our fine line of
men's clothins-Kirsohbaum's make.
A good chance to get a nice suit
cheap. J. Manasse.
Attorneys C. R. Layton and T. B.
Ellis, Jr., have returned from High
Springs, where they have been on
professional business.
THE STUDEOAKIR WAGON is
the best made and the best-Ironed
wagon on the jnarket. See them at
Crawford & Davi before buying.
Wanted-Manager for branch of.
See we wish to locate here in Gaine-
TvlU. Address, with reference. The
Morris Wholesale House. Clnlelnatl.
Ohio.
Before leaving for Jamestown Mx.
position be sure sad call and Inspect
our complete line of trunks, sltesasm
and band-bags. (et the habit. L. J.

The Alaska Parkerr Asoulcatela,
who can the Argo Red haOimt. has
the largest Beet In number of say ship
plag Aa sailing under fth AmeriftM
lag. It owns $5 steemers sad 1S Ial.
in8 vessels sad ebarters masy more.
Mr. and Mrs. L N. LaIPatIs I have
returned, fram Jaeksosvle, w1 e
they have beem for the pat fw days
on a visit to their dagir, Mr. By.
ron.-Dorsey. They are P1Mka y i*.
eated at their home on WeMt O et


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