Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01134
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 4, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
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 )
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: VID01134
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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SPsy ATmr to M .m*
psisdnit Davie~l*_A. Hays
4dt *a $trm of Ap.

V.A *.-oThe -
t the4 t reunion in
'(f b0 tlidtea Confederate
lblsw ratlny and unoom-
oi,,m hat tb l bad weather
|MUeia m.p eod bthe
VW4o -to, the

ag||d! be t heA the influx
trom ute surrailtfis oo n-
i.t excuntoo trains -roWed
VlsitOrs amd lighteerm Itave
aeu to add to tha throng with-
tony's gates. Is la ofielally
d 0batk thers arn weebee 12,-
,ad 14*OO 'isdtltng veterans in
d au"' between 60,000 and
Sl1ghtBttrp. '.
*.t.e Thfaand Meels Served.
a. CaIp ,orqn, the tented place
tfa neont tfor. t old-time war-
4., lA000 moals were served on
y and Priday, and at night
o keilwtsa were teued for each

5 M hall Friday morn-
ings were opened with
io (y0s bity high school choir,
Stw t"re "Nie .' and '"Auld
0g*l % l the vertes' -jealaa A1
torus with enthuslama.
B8 tphen D. Lee relded.
19r*ye wna o .erod by the Rev.
IW ler.ly, a wttime chapla"a.
'.gaUalttoe 06 oredentlas waO an-
S, and it waa astatd that there
:l,329 camps represeted In the
eution, the total number of votes

SlhyIer Loving Cup Presented.
1 Geral Leeo announced the pre-
loaatlon to Chaplain General J. Wil-
s aa Jonee, by ,the convention, of a
Wgh 'loving cup. General Stone,
f Missouri, made 'tbe presentation
eeeh; Miss Edua Pearl Jewell., of
City, Mo., at bIbs equet,.
the eatual presentation to the
"Aghtiag parson."
.*,Jonae accepted the gift In al-
e16ral Lee than latIedo ed Bdea-
4 a Joht W. Daniel a "the gallant
i Woldler who bears through life a con-
1-Atant reminder o0 the awful ConMlei
F> '*lt !8et1-."
Senator DaMlel was received with
Stuamltians sheer and spoke In tri-
uto to the valor of the confederate
o "But the ooerae and gallatry wwer
et on all the side of the soateders-
Sey," he said In the oours of his ad-
oMres. "Boys, we are of the same
Sese of the yankee and tme saae spirit
,r'obich made southoerm fs glorious
.' cited the hearts of the oathernere
at thehr valor waM showt la f hIa-
4o|d battles, and they a. a ILror

S O Jefferson DaTvil. S oiaator
S "His name is synonyages with
Sat which to great and that wMo0h ls
Stvtrstuous. The fame of the presdest
K4 the confederacy is young yet. but
SI gowtng so well knit and so atIa0s
that the children of future goira-
one will look to him as a brilllant
O the coaotusion of Senator Dea-
Ispeeh, General lee presat-
smidut a storm of applause the
tsr of President Da.l. Mrs.
.. hea ws accompauled by her
qUirea and they came In for a
ar tof the chaeern..
j M et Sklng Posture. o
1 esmaftdrate museum. the
g th onfed rteracy, '
,mv e.probaby thie t.

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a, w .,r O, a the, bon" was

te ei wa fth w*es the
msans '^14, a4 wf Iutroduced
r i '; H r, at. iDa fl
to adet Dan*'
o .he *Wat*edrate Mdleas.
They sact we 1*I the hoos
their wr* ad with a
tal. bafor. i| n hureds* o

afte. ;ept No w deeply ta -
41, ,,Ws. e by far the me* O
pathee; a, .agt gitahelag 5t

S9RM 6 4.i G UILtY.

Atlug *iI Of*erged with Sendlng
:. Sa Is Acquitted.
AtI ~, JUe 8.--4ter bel nag 0ot
one ~f (4 It minutes, the jury
brou %t t1i verdict drlday afternoonr
of not pult tae case of Fre6l ush,
largest with seeding an infernal ma-
chMe to the Mofarthy'home,"at 44?7
1ust-G0o IS avenue, on t light of
ouce a Jfu of twelve men have
declared that Fred Bush is not oilty
of sending a deadly d oamite b6mb
-to e MoCarthy home, the question
Ol belna u rd if the detective will
no* tty to and some other person who
may be suspected of the crime. The
verdict so far as the jury is' concern-
ad, Is paramount to declaring that
so-m other person than Bush sent
the bomb. If so, who wadlt?.

impaled on Piglet Pence.
Cartersville, da., June S.--W w
Milki an blthI t n M ,d. c. Pe-
tors, a employee of the Southern
soal T polephaS empay, fell over
the balutrade o aSeOd-story
porch at the elloU hotel Thursday
nliht, ant aa. he dropped toward tae
ground his body became entangled
In a clothes line, was swung outward
and Impaled on a picket fence, Two
of the pickets passed through his
bo4y. The man was quickly 'lifted
from the fence and he died an hour
later, without regainin oonsctuus-

Evans May Be Commander.
Richmond, Va.- June 3.-Clement
A. ivans, of Atlata, senior general
of the confederate veterans of Awert-
oa, will be elected by the grand camp
ia sesate hebe 1 to suooeed bhief Com-
mander Oeneral Stephen D. Lee, who
will deline te hoser ot re-election
by the veterans Delegalee rom every
state represented here are practically
united In the movement FA elect Gen-
oral Bvans. He Is one of the honored
guests of the reunion and has been the
recipient of special attention s tce
his arrival and Is the Idol of all eorof
gtans who are hero aesmbled..

Ten Negres ea tal.
Montgomery, 'Ala., Juae .,-4over-
aI hundred men were at Teoy, Al ,
Saturday to attend the trial of ti
neros, oharged with the murder of
yox Owen. a proe leiOat ysa white
man two wees ageo. -e was mw-
dered while standhm tla t or of
a store, the assagta a as atgu
and rinl froem the iWI wy **e-
re nla the co i atty -a bee -nm
mooed to the trial aad it to 0pled
that the name 5o the Ze til win b
Murder i Pira' *6.0..
eRoasoke, Va., Jam S-At AM. S
b o, e Va., Priday the u B tMt
of Noah Pultom, shaia n tte I lDt
j .ta Johaae. near Ut giMe last
th, besught ta a Vegate it er "-
ee Ia the trat deirt. aatoaee
wa e tpased. Ou- pave 0-
ue of a motio r am Mt trial. The
mae quarreled ti ^ V HN. sa
afer vaturt to homes anB Vr-
itaa. mewed tie qearal, wha re
malted I Ihp hiliiag..

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W1 s. Held itt a t-Wah,
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pDule -eeremntic_, ground was
fbr okten lrdayfor Alaska*po-
*kon-oPa vftirntr 41 blc will be

Mad her AttIn. tg. ust two
ye ,. rWam J" t.ol "t
peatul *premonted raaEnd wasE
and amid therday flsor -mpets, k
monPaing of ampoi t. pageant,wi ben
pihelbd hspee heIs ndtti, l, ju two
Innuguratlon el acti v weak on the
Pacific world's fair ain7 celebratedi
11asy prominent mea mayor, le
Iatodrs, y.oveors ad- ste oi'Ia '
attended the cerei onM t and" Itors
trom nearby cities wr!l pageant.
The Hon. John eB rrnt, ddirctor of
he International o l a wof Americn t

Republics as the per al represvi
tntive of President Rj1o.elt, was tie
principall speaker of th day and tile
gucit of hcn,'r. ,C
President John Edwai Chilberg, of
the expo.tioln, after apropriate re-
marks, turned Vie ftrt apadeful of
earth while the band played the "Star
Bping!ed Panner." and the thousands
la attendance cheered. The other
addrseas wer dell04 w d by Govjr or
Albert 3. Mead, df Walhlntosl, and
Mayor Moore, of Seate.
The o~remonal started wf A big
military parade at noon. 4t passed
through the plinoipal down-town
streets and ended at the railroad ita-
tio, where a special train was taken
for the exposition grounds.
It is thought by the management
that two years of strenuous work on
the 110,000,000 world's fair will find
It completed In every detail by June
1, 1909, the opening day.
Too purpose for which the exposi-
tion is held Is considered to be wor-
thy o! the expenditure of so large a
sum. Briefly, Itt primary object is
the exploitation of the resomreo and
potentialltles of the AbI"a and Yu-
kon territories l the Uaited Statee
and Canada and to make known and
foster the vast Importance of trade on
the Pacific oeas and with the coun-
tries bordering on It. The eapostIon
site, which will embrace the rusaed
portion of the campus of the univer-
ally of Wasilnton, is 250 sorm ti
extent, and borders for more than a
Lille and a halt on lakes Union aad


Two of Mr. Gauld's Countercharges

Now York. Jue ,.-two of the
eounter-charges la Howard Gould's
reply to his wift's msof for separa-
Uio have been announced on the sa-
thoritty, it stated. of Mr. Gould.
One is that she Is Imtdlaately etxav-
agant. The other t tnha Mrs. Gouald's
temper was a sowe eonastant ea-
aoyanre to Mr. Gould M many tUime
placed bri in etbmrraselag portitoM
wfita his friends, boe..e belang a bar
o their doumeatle happiness.
Mr. Gould also says that hisa vtlFo
dlsalay of Jewels lan public la a ewes
at seoyarce to hal. In hir ey
Mr Gouald win tell of suits br hot
agatast his w*fe by tradesmen. Sane
of these were fqr dres anad othmr
tor Jwels, He will ayr tba: his wt
aas reckl6es t her xpeMadames,
a& will olte thsee suits as prio.
Mr., Oot'* dteaau to thee va*-
Ito s saUit was alwJays that ahe had
bee Imposoed sapa by the tudo
aid the pikes chkarge her ws We

LeulevWe Cwrpetra strihe.
LtvA. e. sK,0aa 3 ot -
S-^LSf aith s.

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A"r-R c," ord w WA<, o .

-ere ms .-
a AAa, qu., :.-*
pearW to the .-kpras,. front Meteda,
te6tgp, )lstico, msy;t:
.Oo .ei J. T. Pinesd and Altredo
AlyeSede 81foates, prosplaet In the
Quoatealsa revolattonwary" wement,
saled from this port Friday tor New
York, where they will represent the
revolutlnary junta -In procuring
arms, ammunition, money and other
ulo w ol Iar.* t.dors his depart-
e Colonel Plaed sad that he and
f1"et" will -remrn tr 6 Now York
b".o1Abe oatudU"' n e ao t Of
'hlities d lead in R ttaok.
-ter pntlzutfli trsupplied with
i ad Ie to alet n
rlllilm tIa Ner Y>ek. 3
WI*n e4td wlte on exenalefnt
s~Uuautty t1.jt lauiw lutioaiiry fIc
J 6 boaes to strike wit
I*teUhlawna fI d ,tal

SBrrI while General
p'oke ~the onduran
luste.1 4 p4 vehlitifilats are
rp)ldged d l'tim over. General Jose
lAm ael frwbone to Mexi-
.I0amW I a0o their victory. to
Strike. t xteeo City w Uthe mur-
der of i*: ra Barrtllas.


r.oP'Rql en rIn One of the Most PFor

Llano, 'Tex.', Juie 3.--One of the
worst haillstorm that eier vrlal$e tIX)
section of Texas prevallid 14 t.Ib
southwestern portion of this county.
at House Mountain Thursday night.
It was of such violence that wire
fences were torn down and a .iUe
number of cattle, uaepb hogs and
chickens killed; roofs torn off and
trees stripped of every lea and small
The storm lasted foe more than an
hour. The visitedd area is one of
the mobt fertile valleys of the country
and 10,000 acres of growing crops
were completely ruined. Hundred
of pecan trees laden'with fruit are
ruined. The lee was more than a
foot deep over the stricken district.
After the hail storm, a most vlo-
tlent rain ensued, entailing further
losses and damage.


Defendant In 41**e, Idaho, Trial Sutf*
fere Nervous Breakdown.
Boise, Idaho, June 3.-William D.
Haywood, the defendant aow on trial
cKarged with the .murder of former
Governor oeuse oerg, was taken se-
riously Ill In his cell at the county Jal
early Saturday. Two doctors were
called, and were with him for several
hours. It is believed that the prism-
oner is suffering from a nervous
breakdown. For som days he has
eomphained of headaches and thel
guards at the Jail say be has shown
signs of much reUeteesse.
It has ben plain. they say. that
the stranls of Jury j u ttoan has b
very hard. JAbout 1 o'eloek S*ar-
day morning the palas Is the head he-
came as ate. Phyiellss wew call-
ed at owe ad aMW mlaItdn epafte.
Until the took effect, howevW. Mr.
1aywood was a great sag .aad at
times his rtias eoatl be heard la the
Ja r. yard. ___
KIng and Queen ve Thbeks.
Madrid, June 3.-..-4 Srut anza-
oetwry of el the wea f the kht
ad qMu of e aB w c bratoed
4a by a solem Te DemI la te
chapee el is Thaka(M ,gor their
eeeape from the bomb therw at them
while they were rtuierag tM et
tron the marriage e eaMlc y. Ugne*
rid mas at the church of Be -
oee wu a tnded by Kh1 MI-I
sad other n.. 7'-: of Ust rtlhe *-i
tlay palace otc;.;., mtal1u. e-
ear of the Madrid garrtac ad the
r imemt which lost ome o is m -.

vobIaeTea.,I Jwut .--4MB Sloo

~m.Ttwokymo ~t. w 6'u"so
besenisofa week. TUe





Wasfaken From Jail by
and Lynched.


Sheriff Tried to Protect Him, Bu
Mob Was Determined, ard He
Qulbkly Swung to a Tree and
Body Bullet.Riddled.
AlexanMdria, La., Jine 3.---
Johaeen, a middle-aged negre,
lyaohed at Bho, La., Friday
.by about 160 men who took him
The anero had been arre
hargod with attempted criminal
Matt upon the wife of his empo"
.Johnson was a plantation nerro,
had worked about a year for Epka
earce, a prominent painter.
Pearcb was absent from his p
about loon Friday, and during
time the negro made his attack.
Late In the afternoon he wu
restM'l on the railroad track, ha
walked nine miles from the pianta
When Johnson was place iIn
chbo, Deputy Sheriff Riclarso
tapt place wired Alexar. l-a for
salatance to protect the negro r0
mob. RicUardson says tie fc6
in keeping the. mob back unt
O'clock, when he went tu Li, lu
d' that~htWle eating he heard ai
60 toba nadt was told the n4ro
been lyuohed. .
Without eucoutering aisltam*e,
r.hjbers..bad taken Johnsn from
)aJ' and handed him to a nearby t


Southern Train Is Derailed Near
% vannah River.
Columbia, S. C., June -As i
sult of ai derailment of '.ian .No
on the Southern running '.'o
lumbia and Savannan, ,E.-."r
K. Gibson is dead and F. :. 'It
Avery. negro, Is severe') ru' fd.
though his injuries are n t 'if a
ous nature. Conductor ',',>nrt, 't
ard was In charge of tLet::
The accident occurr- i out'
the Savanaah river br: : a !1
sot known yet what cause" "t
rallU ot. The en*lLe j i0e4
track about 300 yards ou'h of
long trestle at that poitt. 1nd ad
jumped MaSainer Gibson a; ped
emergency brakes.
Following the engine and tn
were the express auI mant; *
as the train went o0r% t ,L
was reached and fully thir' .
woodwork demolishe.d IT"'
tende& and the front sp-',- cA
the rails completely a-, a& ) I
I wamp be)ow, but one eni of't*
eir stopped the bagglw twa pauenger coaches
With the eaceptlon of t'h r
tioned above ao one w '*s .
though several were a e't

Alledged Murderers EKc'9
Nw wYerk. June T- -
thiO Alealana who are **r
ainTo*tt* with the f*.-fL" '
"r IKpar. awve left *' *'.-- .e
amorag to Caatr. N-^'n
the detstlve bureau H
Primd that Jobs 1
Mld Paul Markslals hA d
a aaaS- town ro e:
bhe ge te "at u ' 1
after the murder a '*' *
bees itted ',.

*e.aIoh Mat oa last -'
tw h hired the rs : *a+
puget's begy was j3pd. .B
Twt mis h ve bres dato 6
dMee th burma tr .5 "
Sdi ad Capt. Ia '
goes to hear soon th e < 1
aas are -a- argte

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Popotion it

of th
e If a in t

int0 the acre anA

a poft hi s an

b he expects t
a. j + refuse
pAr ath foM thea .cre

tmr fa rop.io
t, .1 WM N Nf Wof pe t

t ex 1th be ralisetos thU
so Al f refuse

LPriaes o e
b o. ,.
rs Wil Conduct Mt
ad .i the EIntie Watio .

a t age at them ar may fl hrl
*r exfil b he relon i thao
aeA mta t e entue, bocaul
s ot fair to ue a matter le

S I P Wiler ond Poet MRacers.t
h tinlag the Intire Week.
t st attheAdvon. t Thehrle
tm0rh fll be contloued throdsph
t wesk. lder Joe sherouse
Prrh mob evnitnc at 8 o'lockk
*j1 et As to help your a&d we
S r et tho Snowho'attend the
it1ne b will be benolted,.
Is not fair to Judge a matter b*
||34U hear It, so act wisely and
out and hew for yourself.
tib Psyet .tnd Foot Rracrs.
X rer.ex-cohamplon lonj.
foot rawe of GermanX and
10a4& wrttw Ot, 17. 1901: ,Dur
|Rir tlftain Of eight weeks' fool
f it Lake City. In April last
lI'dfl wl isird's ov uniment to
||rpritt Vanchun. Therefore
^j. le ramland $now I-nlmenl
mwl ~ Wo i ,trobled rwth *pralDs
IlS- t N1M > 25." l 6fo and
H^A Bo! Wby w olwoa.

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or O~ M -,two If* skin dl 1 1ttSV&9tng ca~ usal~l
Sget lutO the l
W, tngbwy. eIf hth aki OM atha 14 aI~d& ane d~

rn~rla~~ ~1UW nh~atby*a&Mtfue of the
8enur a-Ad fermented
WU dv moit"tlstr a
Wh6W lt mb.wam tam I ;M. -"M., -ad'

r0- caruaudaon ddwem u wn w e aB poisola The blood, in ,
4'." ha IIr I a y qm Mie. to rid itself oi *Ioe n teeri,4eg. to thrlioff the humors
.W -asylib 4 wa '0ti.* tter atf throngl, the l ttth'skin. Thee coming in c,,nt,
rIs this ,' e daedio ch the is so abundant,
A"S- S? ?r n wmt an d k* surfoee, and E
CUEbYt i s" auko lt*hnua 0f *nt 1ther trd. blesome and e.
shocked thtOwp. He tstad affections, because they do at lthe blood where the real t:
bo o e pe greatly eeted ler b eaq.fth. ioeated. A thorough el ing theblood ithe only permarn:nt
e the PweP A O NSa skin diseases. S. 8. 8., there gtet o 111i blood purifiers, is the L, st
e omeat. It cures by. neutraWag .t)e a $ds and temovingtthe hnlr
Stevr a_ _, the circulation so that the kin, ifistead of being irritated an, (Ii.,.
e- l".lr PrfeOr if Chlmiry of uiNllfOd thieexuding acrid matter sbOihad aWnd 0oothed'by a coo
I- i treau4oi blood. S, 8. god,Aown to the very bottom of ti., t: t
In f sfoe u n. 't move the foreign matter and thereby permamentm cures every + ,
haitur. Amos the promet visitors t trouble. Do notexpect to cma.blooddiease with local appi ,. A"
h i I ni this ctty I toft. Wilam, proteesow' but begin the use of S. S. S., and when you have remov.- t -
m sed cS cht e t a Oulford Colleg Oul. *kitt will be free from disease. cial book on Skin Di .
Swho w ford, N. (O, who ha-s on. fooe to'jeudical advice free. T S PECIFIC CO., ATLANTA,
Id lours, ierty oolorlda. -:
LY S L__. 9 Prof. Wsoo is a gentleman of ,
r pldasIfg addrmes an4 a12file mmaner. .' "
r. He compliments the Unlversity of BOT LED
* la, .otoPl norlda very highly, paying special .
to I d tibute. to the exper.laM.tal station.
d '* He wll be here for several days.
ra, w hl AN .".t'.' '%.e-I
Y,. FiNSl, iIt 1 ls. to be a fa that a great Tr, w
S 'MaaW 000 people do not d&Ink suffoieat
water. Whether this e to the There s bound to come a time through a mother's
l unpalatability of the watsupplied to endle day when over-worked energies refuse
i flh not a few of the o.ltct this county to cOM1 iUe the hevy strain. A 00old bottle of
Sd e or to other qausess fact s said C 0olv this important problem. It
a, n to remain, and the iktement is made let the throat of dust iniorates and
e ad ult, o that directly thereto is 6.b .traced I i th trlhsed bottl a is made right, ni,,
is Oomeut, the gre t not a little of the sickness doctors are eanth ropo are bottles, orre by antiseticforro anel.
Vt ( fslkP sad P oatled upon to treat. lspec tiay li this wa .
t .le le toallwshowoud true of disorders of'the kidneys and
e fro these dlstreming bladder, which organs are said to be
r a in TWarWt he greatly beliefited by the flushing ..
-117f.t. Z that naturally follows the free use of 4 r'
t o the Sikl, u good drinking water. The lack of
4% r orl o, such flushing is asserted to be in large
__ ._i__o__ Jo_ measure responsible for many of the
k' ___________kidney and bladder disorders with
THE DTTON ANK* which physicians hare to contend. A 4 I.
S TH VDUTTON BANK.. favorite and successful treatment for
w ntui Wi* ,such cases. used by progressive medal. In a Company that s11 Responsible,4lav a Polie) rr~ I
* New Instltutlon Whloh is Likely to cal men, consislats of the administra- Writsen With Lberality of Poliley Contract and tht C\'i a.)
Prove of Great Benefit.ion hree Umes a day of a table- Pays Loses Promptly
* The Dutton Bank it the name of spoonful of this prescription. which
St ne banking corporate which any rt-la ph Yo A re A ss red
e will hueeoed I. F. Dutton & Co., for pound: % o Fluid Extract of Bu. re A ssur
thirty-eight years continually and sue- chu, % oz. Fluid Extract of Uva That so serious lo
d cessfully engaged in banking here, Ural, 1 o. Amet Cordial. % oz. Fluid you without you
the articles of lucorpoMatlon appearing Ektract of Liverwort and 15 oss. of ref ge.
elsewhere In this paper. e water. A feature of this treatment is
The officers of the new concern will the direction to th" patient to drink
l"o as follows: plenty of water and to continue the Lie, ACident illlsurdle.
S W. R. Thomas, 'president; C. W. use of the medicine for at least a
d Chase, first vice-president; 0. K. month, In order that the impurities None tbs Rellable Oompsaies Represented.
* Broome. second vice-president; E. B1, which cause the disorder may be ena-
t Turnor, secretary and 'cashier; W. It. tirely eliminated from the system.
SThOmas, C. W. Chase. H. F. Dutton. A C U
o G. K. Broome, 8. J. Thomas, J. A. Trvellng Men Meet. 9
* Maultsby ahd J. 0. Nichols. directors. Montgomery. Ala., Juae .3.--The lnformabtoc shOerflly fuaMiehed. OAINESVILLE FI O IDA
t The firm is composed of a number knights of the grip arei n Montgom-
of the leading basinles men of this cry in full force. meeting in rfinual 1k% Ar BffAP^^% AffP^
eity and comyitity. Sad the business season at the Bijou theater and be- I
% will be conducted upon a conservative, ing enlertalned by the local order
safe basis. The frm of Dutton & of the United Conwnerc al Travelers.S E R C H A N T & CO
Co. sla among the diost reliable In the A large crowd ls in attendance, and S I r H
country, and it goes without saying much interest is bena taken by the .d M
that the firm succeedtng them will en- townspeople toward gvnsg the vli- S a lan anc JoG ro c
Joy a fine buslessa. Itors the best enaertalunwat eier had a

SULPHUR ..BRINGS ALTH. 8tde Fncy (,rocene
1,500 Get Wage Increase.
Purif the d and Cleare Upthe Salem, N. ., June 1.-Notices I n&%Ow SW M FT-1 s.
Purif th ld and e Up th were posted at Naunekoeag cotton
mills Friday announeinag a 5 per cent GOUT SIDE SQUARS , AI 18VILLE. FLOU
everybody needs to take sulphur lcrease in wages for the 1 ,500 em-
at this season. Nothiag like it to purl. ployee. The wage laerease is the Highest Miah ltee paid 1or Ce1eas. E s ad other Prodae.
fy the blood, clear up the complexion meond that haa taken place' this--'-
ahd remove "that tired feeling." But ver. .AOi-pleet te hoek eof B o em, OaI1 FlorMr ar1, Meal. Coton. t
the only way to tahe It 1is In Uqld d IeIR BXT m goods at she LOW.
form. Hauqoek's LUtqld Ilphiar Denver Cap.talltaDtee. I Mm af awarute tletm alwsv
taken internally is the beet apriag Delve, June 1.--Charles W. ._ __
toic. Applied extiaally HManeockk's Ch em pr es 8. JORDAN.Othe DW.W.ner
Liquid Sulphur quickly arem a, Umios Water ollo dat cmd eseat of THER 8. JORDAN. W. tr0,
pock's, the oniy ,laq l4alphur Olut- Demver. dee sdsimmdi FrIa.
mret, moves Phaplds Blackh.ad.
nd Bores, sad gives a beaatiutl oft. IT le FOt LAODII, TOO.
wdvt ak.in. Your dnlats ell It. TTN TT-URANCE
i'lt, cured Bdwear D, Heruigl Froeder-
iek. Md.. of a bad case tof 3cm. and Tay ('am stee Ter Melt ramnu o*1
be write: "My fateo* as smooth a w- 8* PORTd BLOCK GALUA.LLE. FLORIDA
a itfant'S" iLadie who have ths hair an4 wHb.e ,---
AUeboOt-Sulphur Booklet tres It hair a tmua out. eama pre'e t'* hair
I'- """ "^." Fire Life a Ad Acoldent i." "
S . .11 dr 4mlr. there Isk 3erp ,+hllse I-k

I i auft r'n taft e -sha I r 'e &t
CAueomafl mu 3Fro". as rot l '~ Arloter Dom Iseem im
JWW 3-4T tb& WIGthe Pon wl vi shopA im eodtboe ha ir ww,
of cmat os a ma. bteadmurdered [ aa s n&"over. Rvi &mer.poMM ot
Mrday aftromoa, iu is wbeleedbe "act si? lo5flbot I"W#.r~*WWeosle
was a toitugw.pobeI e."ptar1 Y00*f SI ftW! I-t'.m4el
at teso ampgo shoe.i A~1 5 h
I" to %a4wI* L~d


rILE, FORIDA, JUNE 4, 1907

Death of W U 4* Ad.
iCriminal Operatoh I~P Days

!se of the State of ~ [' d
ps Mulberry, charged ith

'l the second dele" the
oms being that woman
the death of Queen Clufms,
twenty years of ags, by ad"
ing drugs in an endeavor to
Criminal operation, was lled
tie Colman'se court. Mndy


Itle court room was crowded
tors who were congregated
purpose of hearing the evi-
but they were disappointed, as
an. through her attorney,
Hatile, waived examipatlion, and
was fixed at $600.
unable to secure, the bond, the
was sent back to prison, here
remain until her caso is dis-
ot in the circuit court.
SMulberry woman is a well-
H character in this sOecton, and
Ied upon by the colored people,
dlly the "old-timers," with au-
Bko. as they believe her to be a
, possessed of mysterious unseen
r. She is where they will have
ir of her at present, however,
probably will remain in confine-
for some time to come.

inks United States Should Have
Most Powerful Navy Afloat.
York, .June 3.-Rear Adanral
b Butler ('Coghlan, U. 8. N', re-
Saturday from active service,
from the post of commandant of
New York navy yard. He de-
that If he had his life to go
Again, he would re-enter the
F t8ata navy; that it Is the
Il organization of it kiund In the
and hoizas out greater induce-
ti to the young man of this coun-
than in, the navy of other na-
Admiral Coghlan thlaks our
ihou:d be made biglgr and
per. In an Interview he said:
Peace in perpetuity, about which
tuc is bir.g sald just nomr may
pondie, bit it is not reasonably
b,.e Be prepared to whip or
Itng to iet whipped Ie the poel-
it which every great nation
IS V')O Let uas kee peace
It ewo Lave it. The only way tO
tho IA to keep building battle-
P and adding to the umerical
V1 of tCe navy."
dtA.r C'oghlan think that the
e Sita ~- ought to have the most
*ef! navy aioat.


ets Unveiled Commeme atng Its
T York, June .-.At t old
&L ,ret MKthodt 1
b h Jchn street near BrnMway.
.l, bp unveiled, Suday a taL -
CfOtme.morating toh adsfta (of
4 o 3At Metodlat eSuWh IS AaW-
t Tuesday night t e other tab-
i:. b nueisled a the *bel.
at$ c41Mlo, Ma5ho Aai a wI1
M ethodlotm wa labtg.-
Nw York in 1TN. the mt
F '* og Philip ary. Tno
ech wasM WiMa seet;.
t th ose days Mt rse a
rav n Te gratbo*e at fa.
Vu as the Wetu W 4% l
t la !!t street. f Vas iGad.
:1 l."T A musO" s

he., kin t*.T pgg g .-.
ilt r t ais 1841.

Ptrwe at Au W
l *of to*ok a bst a"et
O 4k arms. OW A the b-
& ,% e n a 3t l 1 1 A11 11 11 w ea1

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A&he kiiiSflStIb



c~~fl sbOR~Esees


bs dthat vM'!stpflhg wourmaf
Is it ATlwo derthtwe recommend a
uiulgmtfsor of such known quali0 Otyoou

as mienag0e

bbwteo" Prnism@sss
tu~s Uvesq Manuvow 4WeOe~a

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Phone 7.
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Kaiser Gives Portrait to Soolety.
Washington, June 3.-4he empe-
ror of Germany, who recently ac-
cepted the honorary membership to
which he was elected In the Amer-
lean Cross of Honor, has presented
to that order a life-tlse bust por-
trait of himself In uniform and hel-
met. The royal arms form part of
the top of the heavy gilt frames, while
beneath the picture la the autograph
of the emperor and the date 1907. The
American Cross of Honor was organ-
lied In 1898. Its members are all
recipients of the government life-
saving medal of honor. Preeldent
Roosevelt, the king of the Belgians
and Andrew Carnegie "belong."

King's Yacht Is Launched.
Olasgow, England, June 3.-King
Edward's new turibne yacht Alexan-
dra, of 2,000 tons, was launched here
and was christened by Princess Lou-
Is., the duchem of Argyl. The ves-
ael, yhioh Is most richly fitted in-
ternary, la Intended for the private
mue of the king and his family, and
primarily for short trutses and visiting
ports of limited depth of water. She
In 300 feet long, has 40 feet beam and
Is 23 feet deep.

Italian Deputy Denouned.
London, June 3.-The Rome corre-
spondent of the Chronicle eays that
the crown has begun proceedings
against Gulaseppe Romona, deputy
from Avers, on allegations of his
conasetion with the notobloua Ca-
moora. He has been denounced by
a group of his fellow deputies as be-
lag preddent of criminal sooletUee l
his oouasttuenecy.

There Are Few
People who know how to take care
of themselvee-the majority do not.
The liver is a most Important organ
In the body. V. C. Simpklns, Alba,
Teas, write: "I save used Herbine
for hdlls and Fever and find it the
bet medicine I ever used. I would
ot be wMtoat t It Iis a good for
children as It is for growep people,
ad I reommuad it It to fine for
La Grippe." Sold by W. M. Johnson.

Reelved Order of St. Andrew.
Berth. Jade 0 .-Pritedeat Fall-
Meres reelved the order of St. %As-
dews riday from ipeier Nicholas
efpaaled by as atograph leter
eapresiag his majesty's hhto esteem
r t presleet persoeaely d his
best wishes for the as proe-
prity of rana.

Five K Ied tM Wreek.
Havaa, Ja 3.--Me pereae
were killed sad eleveM taPred. ter
pebably fatally, o a wAt PMay *a
as ba- aM n simeSd, sea:
Omno.. *,e a, m -m

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AJ ---

WE M. OAxA, Presldent iH. E. TAYLORn, Cahler
to*. W. HBa. YTI-Pnrsdesn Las GAn u. Aes cOahiler

Capital.. .... .... # 1.00.00 00
Surplus ......... ............. 20,000 00
Interest Paid on Savings Aeoounts and *rtlflestas of D1posit. All Bullst
T'ansettcd Promptly.
1R.3. TAYLOR Cashier




Sea Islancl CottonI*

ft a gawBIbabiMbubw ese. eel & sela"F"Mewfs a" now""so*""seem
"W ""ed am %blewm&OSeeslel teMWee I. "ask r s UeeM se
seemllewes gso"eUdedSOUsL

(3a-&d es-vwflue


Hyomel. la Guaranteed by J. W. Mo-
Collum to Cure Catarrh.
Thousands who have been cured by
Hy-o-mei call the Inhaler that comes
with every outfit tihe "Little Pocket
physician as It is so small that it
can be carried In the pocket or purse.
There is really no excuse whatever
for anyone having cstarrh now that
Hy-o-mel is so readily obtainable. If
you have any doubt about its value,
J. W. McCollum will let you have a
complete outfit, with the understand.
ing that unless It cures catarrh, It
will not cost you a cent.
Do not deloy longer the use of Hy-o-
mel if you suffer with catarrh. This
la a purely local disease, and Hy-o-mei
goes right tb the spot where the ca-
tarrh germs are present, destroys
them, soothes and heals all Inflamma-
tion and makes a permanent and last-
ing cure.
The complete Hyo-mel outfit con-
sists of the "Little Pocket Physician"
and a bottle of Hy-o-mel and costs on-
ly $1, making It the most economical
as well as only guaranteed treatment
for the care of catarrh. Remember
that Hy-o-mel cures catarrh without
stomach dosing, applying the medica-
tion and healing where the disessao
germs are preeenh

Hew the Lo.ng Trip From Madeira t
Cape Town Is Enlivened.
The voyage ito c'ap Town from
Southampton or Miiatira In a l ng one,
sixteen to twrnt.y dulys. says th
Travel MaNazln'. Atld %P we find pas-
tIeM's organized ,1 I.Iunri far trae-
ceading th ordhiar) (-nnertp, amam-
tear tiestrikal. ick galiies and the
lIke familiar to nli of us on the ordi-
nary ocean niPht lliier.
The propgmaiu Is n ambitious one,
telnprisaag boxing. g, aiiatc drill, ob-
stacle miclg, cockfighting. cricket,
baseba d foutboall. egg and spoom
reeN o eM and girls aad chidremn.
oelitary deck inmues and ereolng
aresemeUt, su.b as concerts sad
The ml ace for grown woee I the
delight t$ll the children. who love to
sem tbkhr rt tkid up la sacks anad
progre- lqy kansaro-like booubds
whbo I mmitainty made still nmre
premcarl by the piteb sad roll of
the gat v sw. Nor met I,forget
tie bolster and pillow BgWta. with
competlgo-perhed oo bortoatal bars,
with thWr leg tied beeIIth. Some
fighteW display rare gameasa aad
starig power "so tha the oslookers
feJl qWit la wti wr n tbha -9 Uai
oer', In a very i!rnl uieve.
Now Iso Uwe auno fair w" wil
*cat M6 tirb t with reals sde tbe
egivel to kwep bti taelae In a way
imsbiteg Nit to withad aN mmwar
O esew tWe prieae se ied up at
sbe eatume fee. tpaid Wr IfO te
wa eb p" somot a W a*es

aim S


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f~ss SSI Ll 4teatg wt"I~


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F 7, *.0

Peeling the Bark Rtille the Trelds
Beauty Forever.
One of t!nh lovetlest of our trees Is
the white birch, with t ,& graceful fol-
age and gleaming trunk. and yet how
often It is robbed of half Its beauty
by cnrole- haludal ,
The te,,mptation to take off strip after
strip of It' easily peeled bark seems
well nigh Irrtsiatlblq if one may Judge
by the cnunitkns forlorn trunks along
our roandslJes. TIntead of sllvery white
columns n; tatndlng out with conspicuous
grace from t'he green of neIght5rings
shrubs i nd trees, the trUnks are
marred by great black circles, the re-
uolts of wjindsd Inflicted by wantosi
pflSwtrsi hy.
ToIo often this in done merely for the
fun of t seeing how easily the bark can
be piled off. nil| no thought is given
tothe fleelinr of the owner when be
finds that one of bli finest trees. In
which he ttwok great pride, has been
rohbid forever of its beauty.
The next time you arec'mpted to cut
off birch bark, stop. Think of the In-
jury to the tree and the i.,Jry to all
who shlil ipass that way after you
In depriving them"of something they
might have enrjoyed but for you-the
slight of that tree In all its beauty. Re-
member that the bark never grows
If you have In mind the making of
some arthle for which birch bark In
an absolute (?) neceesalty, can you not
at least tnke It from some fallen log or
from some tree well bidden In the cen-
ter of the woods, removing only the
outer layers, and those In such a way
that the tree will suffer as little an
possible? By doing this you will earn
the gratitude of all wayfarers add land-
owners.-Plant Woldd.

o E. E. VOYL4. MGR.
Abtareae of Title and full iuforastlon furnished re ardtug lands lI th
county. Oar manager ha lived In this qunti thirt y year and
It thoroughy eouvreant with land titles.

EJ. E. W"0ThLE,
sentinag aumbekof tpromlnent Amerieanannd English oompaniso,
GrAdLUe e fPLoidR


-- ;- -P-~.. ~ -I .1 I __ ----~_ _I.- -~--- _____ __~_


a mo;e potent remedy in the root@
and herbs of the field than was ever
In the good old-fashioned day of
our grandmothers few drugs were
used in medlelnet and Lyd L
Plikham. of Lynn. ,eas., In her
study of roots and herbs and their
power over diese discovered mad A
gave to the women of the world a
remedy for their peculiar ills more
potent. sad efficacious than any
asmbination of drugs. L B. NK

Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound
Ista heaest, tried and true remedy of unquestionable therapeutic value.
Deri ita record of more than thirty years, Its lon list of acstal
Me p oa those serious lls peculiar towomen, entitles LydFa X. l'Inkham's
SVeetable Compound to the respect sad confidence of every fair minded
pewon and every thimkinr woman.
When women are troubled with irregular or painful functions,
weakaes, disaplacements, ulcerstaion or inaflammation, baokaohe,
aIsmey, general debility, ndigeetileo or nervous prostration, they
sboeld remember there tos one tried sad true remedy, Lydia Pink.
hm'b Veetable Compound.
No other temedy In the county has soh a record of eoree of
ele ills. and thousands otwomea re dla in every part of the United
tae bear willing testliaoy to the wonM l irtue of Lydia Pink.
hamb t table o mpo ad and what It has doe for them.
Ma. FZhm Invito s all sok women to write her for advise. She has
gIMeI ihoands to health. wPr twe.tyEive year she has been advisng.
-1 wmanfree o6hare. fShe iS the daughter-in-law of Lydia Pt
I r i asm a her assistant for y he br deoease advised under hou
bam dreotlom. Addrs,1n.MMa



ith Centus'y, i.[~-

,;e PLantluw.
A~th s *90ery of ,

TO f Aui& maiko

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5 ..

,~i, ?4`a InPow

m~otb~o th qkw.Wine f O to0tIhe liver,

J; W

has P~~enso, effimcaous In most casesof wmnydbsuse.Try IL
Mmi Wmn. Tmwt d Bwomftm vdtoIt. "wI #sA-sitieefor Ie Ouhft te s"e aeee sn dootoeW
VdAwithut ie.My bakmed had void HbM mort i feandIsufre,"o ihbeAundRiw 4 in A b
110 Wok windC-puftsad nw I tI n good d& uth" o rwber~w# in$100 oots
~3 W.s.~iv~a~mu~~u~l. 033 b*r Wrn, itmobedMd~.
WRIT 15 B~W ,F --.

MtM MaNae, rep
Uofie to Aru0
tlt tthe kd I. The
I wth CCtat trI, 3
'46 be ,f ethem o

Up#,cery, deting the -
a" t e lAproAeme

d. ,Ma@ Mftetts

l a .,E ss $ -
B U4bus tha frMO 4o
ImA" theo rtlway d


tr rdouewt efol ad i
lltl I* net growing
d sda Mare e
4 a-iesu ara e that
Pill boet pstkeed aote
i Ip, .

KaludJ One SeHIously Hu
.a Ala.. June 8.- ,
ft while a looomotlve of
i Ua Southera railway
From Pratt City to the pi
Mt oolHded with four *
Nirts let on the maln alls
,-. t#aluman. recntly f
,. Pa., was killed, and (
SCaldwell seriously Injured,
N Bogan being badly hurt
Straisman Inljured.

BSSlty Does Net Please Japan.
lwtorlt B. C., June 3.-Ad\
Japas state that consider
Sfaction exists because of
tefactory settlement of the
SRusso-Japanese oommei
SNone of the important
i made by the Japanese gov4
t basbee agreed to or incor
i the treaty.
:~ ~ ~ .i 1 i> i..i

Oteany *ses to Norfolk.
oysaaboro, OIt., June 3.-Ccn
I, rlt Inftantry, National Ou
GQrgrt, was selected by the a
i to 0 the special escort of P
t Roosevet o3 Georga day
Stown. The eompsay will g

Wvksn by vW4I

kialthlby Kidneys Whak tapv U
t used to be com'dlrd inat
and bladder troubles to
traced to teo kWd
but mw 1 me4
D~~ ]lsHI science "r
nearly all di
have their b mii
"aon Ia the disaoj r
thenn most lasip
Ir e2f- to esy ==,

that s their work.
re when yourkidneysarew
r it of order, yo can understaa4 I
ithly your entire body is affected
w every organ seems to fail to do
vu are sick or feel badly,"
the great kidney remedy,
'Swamp-Root, because asa
kidneys are well they will b
other organs to health. A t
esIlnBe anyone.
art ick yt can make no I
Art doctoring your kidna
iad the extraordinary effect1
'i Swmp-Ret, the gr
,dy is soon ralid.
Sfor its wderful cu
t asmsatis a


I h lnfIA ature W a Meele
Iitary PIn i In" DUTTON BANK.
Nat cth ad of Onar In a
Pg-. losIf sro (0 fr moat of the men Notice Is hereby given that the an.
of an wer *,o 'il- l t t $i 8 trying the dersfgned will apply to the Honorable
ndes abet of f da) I mett d tall, stalwart N. Broward,. Governor o the State
detins rom 4l writeRev. of lld, at JTllahas De, lorda, on
t t p" Q.P go.bo ws T alshionmary In Letters Patent incorporatin The
2ll52 A sti <-^ top Bank, under the following pro.
r~. at 111i MI wth tie't sual Arabic posed charter, the original of which
OV4 he luttlo, 1% k-d hit Jf he could Jo now on file In the office of the
m h & read_ I. iewb'n, Secretary of State, of the State of
f Va- "Whem do yM ttre- Florida, and a copy of which is now
oom' "In the otal, twenty mleon file wth the Comptroller of the
1on6 wet" ,. State of Florida.
09:0t "Ha re sh whocaneadW. R. THOMAM,
Itof "HavY o a.lk who can rd (HAS. W. CHASE.
"Y-TineMtakeh J'. A. MAULTSBY,
"Thi ii 7o plaI a take him this H. F. DUTTON,
ng8, book, with g7 etlag and ask him JOHN 0. NICHOLS,
V 0 to read It to a lir ., o.K. BROOME.
"What It f.e Koranr' ----
to "No; the W; of the. life of the Prepos ld Charter of the Dutton Bank.
la MNlaesbat ." The undersigned hereby associate
ft He then t ed sad asked If I was a lves together for the purpose
follower of the Meesiab, to which I of becoming incorporated and forming
tI" answeted*, "w'1" a corporation under and by virtue of
early Then arae bhi Moslem fanatlieis, the 14 of the State ofN lorida, with
( the for he we an AsIaoua, a terribly and under the fallowing charter:
ad.* fanatical seoatos of the Moslems in I.-The name of this corporation
y. Morocco. shall be The Dutton Bank. and its busi-
A It Drawi knife an4d holding It ness, or businesses, as herein provid-
and over Inr, ttS d one Word. "ha 4ed for, shall be conducted In the State
ts hdr'(witss),anLg thatI of Floridapod other Statek of the Uni.
thi d" (witness), meanih thtI wI ted Stateof America and In foreign
t to say, wit fty toringer raised, countries, wherever necessary or de-
'Thre is no God but Allah, and M.o alrous.
hamited is tim propht of Allah." I The principal office and place of
I felt wMhit but tried to look court. business of the said company shall be
rt, ag10 and unconcerned I remon. In the City of Gainesville, Alachua
aIry stratd with him for so acting with county, Florida.
r the 1 Aml's guest, but all to no pur. | 11.-The general nature of the bust.
was pVO. Be reiterated his one word, ness or businesses to be engaged- In
risol "ShabedP i and transacted by said company, shall
upty j nIk knife was an ugly weapon. It be as hereinafter mentidhed and
ad oked like a piece of sharpened barely forth, vis:
rom boop with two pieces of goat's born Gperal Banking Businees.
o t- Uned together to make a bad4t Transacting a general banking bust.
t Knowingt the Arab's love of as tng. hesS; to have full power to exercise,
a ish knife. ask I asd If his kafe was by It board of directors, or duly au
adan English one. U. afsweroe that he thorised officers or agents, subject to
had made It Imaeift. law, all such incidental powers as
Remembering that in one pocket I may be necessary to carry on the bust.
had a franc In silUver anm eopen s d nen of banking, by discounting or
o00 In the other la Fiuch lou I r. negotiating promissory notes, drafts,
bill of exchange and 4#her evidences
able Ilnted to boY the knife If pomssble. of debt. by receiving deposits. by bpy-
the Takingl ot my small change, I deo pg and selling exchange, coin, bull.
long cided to try that irst. I referred tI .on, and by loaning money on personal
rcal the fact that the Englash were very land real securities; to purchase, hold
de- proud of their kalve and I would and convey real estate, as provided
ern- much like to take back to my country for by law; to establish branches or
pr. a Moroccan knife to w what othre agenciess In any c or town in this
*o. couM doo ad d tos ai" ttL State. and exercise all the necessary
couldotatthemr eteo h oA a powers and functions of a banking
h sit of InstItuton for the transaction of a
Sgliatetag piece of Uer Was too general banking business, under the
much even for his fanatiem. He un* provislonp of the laws of the State of
pa- did his leather sheath, rstoed the lorida in reference thereto. To en@
mard knife to Its place, looked ese p and gage In, carry on and transact the
gov- down the stret to ma e me s*a look. general burines of a arfety deposit
rea. l, t the. with apparent 3. eehauged vault company, to 'MOe re or con.-
at th knife for the m the book tuct suitable vault or vaults for the
gand went of happy. safekeeping of papers, documents, in-i
Wic of thetppy. wofeltt l Ilramets moneys, b ds. W*lls, dedes,
Wlleb of the two fdt e h [ wares, property. Jewels and valuables.
i- anot tell, but I wUYf that mI of whatsoever character or nature, in
We* to Ouar was p baIed back for t suitable boxes or vaults for safekeep.-
paltry trane.-LUverpol Pt, lng for any person or persons, corpor-
- =' i -atlon, their agetas or representative,
X PdlOINTED IAP AUlMP upon such tems and eosditlons and .
POINTED/ rPmnA GrinAP for su ocompwenrttleo or charges
6 for such restal IroTe tion and service
Zly No man is do wkhed a5s he tb b ghta. as the sold corporatin may determine
be A wlAttler ever wbhittles h own upon from time to tie.
t furniture. I ral we
W Beingoutofa.jobGenerarP4werCs
t Belg out of a Job sort of To act as the am t. actor, broker .
Ma A owa. or representatives of my pemreorm
li What a lot of thWa en peop hMb e persona, or corporation or for their &
r from each other! (agets or reprwtetvm tI the par
est A man is always at least a oM Ai che a, ale, m'p, manaemet,
o ontMe to b., m ar or malmteanae of any property.
oa tes tbotat. Peor personal, I raets bo aeo
M e havOe failed In bad for es. prduets or prolts. or is regard to
7y reasi bat leck of advim the adju tmet.h ettleoet or pay- s
MA We Are all taIdinei to wastt w-e- r amet of ay loan or' taeumbraue
ao when theemy s MANot a thwe to u dw er Zexuto ay
0.eofobtetstdlak lMi ne pow 9 oreoy It relation to amy I
Its eHte ol rmta 8ati tbiM tl maid prerrty. o t ene'tl and de lv- |
aget .to deeon, mo a or othe h-
_k-- hemta in to -- to becom a .bwa roerty, or tgret ;e
eP Thio ampoDtlarit of etm B -aenmber, vo a de dispose of
ee, ts not w e i I S and properties
^- Iran andh t personal, of eery kind and
de -PIUS a 5N awr e description whatsoever, and lias, en-.
Ay Ableh- Globe" umabnces or mUrlB-ea such
t .--- rsal or per.al property, t u
eat Amelest Reme any nature. durat. or for purt
It 3o 3 a mpe7 o i ee wblhh ae lawial; to si-
ires eorie for, pur, receive. w
,oid Pmt. anw ItaNlt t t e t bet kftor sav stM or therwseia e. l,
fa y s t, vseth -in ieme of. ~mr a, sublet. pg
i i-y. A po eae m ta 3bhli Mra les or am 0, wherver p J
Mr- t g M s or* ljh a ^ wf aie statc k M .W shares, l
yoin w iess: I h Me e Uty of an, Mfti, 2 e t M"'Ujr p

aE ggm..--6 -s * er *

With or appurtment thereto, in this
or any other State or county; to in-
vest the proceeds thereof in such
manner as may be prescribed by the
laws of the State of Florida, or by
any regulations made under or in pur-
-suance thereof, or by the bylaws of
said corporation or In the discretion
of the proper office's or board of dl-
rectors of this corporation not incpn-
stent with the said laws of the State
of Florida, or any relation made
under or in pursuance thereof; to con.
duet. any part of Its business or buel-
neases, to have offices and agencies,
to employ officers and agents at such
places, to this State and other States
and territories and in foreign coun-
tries, as may be requisite and neces-
sary for the carrying on of said busi-
ness and furthering the ends of such
corporation, such necessity to be de-
termined ied n the discretion and Judg-
ment of Its board of directors, to bor-
row money and to secure the same by
mortgage and bills of sale, pledges,
deeds, bonds, notes, contracts, cove-
nants, agreements and obligaUdas of
any kind whatsoever for the further.
ance of its purposes And business, In-
cluding contracts, agreements, op-
tions or other indentures between the
said corporation and Individuals or
other corporations, and between said
corporation and any foreign govern-
ment or the Government of the United
States, or any State or Territory.
county or municipality, or the author-
ised representatives thereof, In any
of the lines of the business of this
corporation; to make such by-laws in
furtherance thereof as may be deemed
best, and generally to exercise the
said powers as may be incident to or
convenient to the purpose or business
of said corporation. To have, exer-
cise and enjoy all the rights, powers
and privileges incident to corporations
organized and existing and by virtue
of the laws of the State of Florida.
IU.-T-ae amount of the capital
stock of this corporation shall be
seventy-five thousand dollars ($75,000)
.4o be divided into seven hundred and
fifty (750) shares of the par value of
one hunaared dollars ($100) each,
which shall be subqeribed and paid
for In lawful money of the United
IV.-The term for which this cor-
poration shall exist shall be ninety-
nine years.
V.-The business of the said corpora.
tion shall beconducted by the following
officers; a president, one or more

vice-presidents, a cashier and a secre-
tary, and a board of not less than five
(5) directors. The office of cashier
and secretary may be held by
the same person, who need not
be a stockholder of said cor.
portion. The number of the direct-
ors may be fixed from time to time
by the by-laws, but at no time shall
it be less than five (5) nor more than
nine (9). The board of directors shall
appoint a secretary ad cashier and
such other officers an g aents of this
corporation, except the president and
vice-presidents, having such powers,
duties and terms of office as may be
provided by the by-laws, and all offi-
cers and agents so appointed by said
board may be removed at Any time
In the discretion of said board of di-
rectors. The directors president and
vie-presldents shall be elected by the
stockbolders at eeek annual meettUg.
ThejUmnal meeting ef this orpora.
Uon sA lil be held the apoond T s-
ay In January of ech yer. The
late of each annual meeting may be
changed by te by-laws. The stoek-
olders shall apt a the second Tuee
dla a January D. A. 1 I at the
aoo of this earporatlo at Galae-
le Ala a co ty, Florida, t
lePven o'clock a. va, for the purpose
of 161d01g the st&t eletika of r osie
ad transacting such otber bn-ea
s NAy properly eCome before ad be
ispeod of a IA meeting, which
meeting shall be the rst aan l meet-
mi of the orporatls.
Until the oficems eleed at the trt
amual meeting shall he aS
&e betiee. of this corporations sal
e mmduted by the following named
Prestdat-W. R. Thoas,
Ptrt VIcePresldet-C. W. ChaM .
cd Vlce-President-0. LK
rary and Cashe. eart

AM Drectonr-W. R. T mas,. C. W.
W IH. M Dat.ma. G I toem I&
. Tbhoms, J. A. MNaJter sd J. G.
VL-The hblht m t of dek.
Is daB at amy te M t el
ha" Mt exewd two 411 Oal


count of demands of the nat. A,
1. Money deposited with or ...
ed by the company.
2. Bills of exchange or drafis dr vn
against money on deposit to tli I. ,:
of the company or due thtr.:,,
3. Liabilities to the stockhil!,,r,. of
the company for dividends and rsesr e
profits. 1
VII.-The names and resident. : of
the subscribing incorporator.s to this
corporation, together with the aniiount
of stock subscribed by each. are as
W. R. Thomas, Gainesville. l,-,rida,
C. W. Chase, Gainesville, Fiorida,
0. K. Broome, Gainesville Florida
H. F. Dutton, Gainesville. Florida.
John 0. Nichols, Gainesville. Flor.
ida, 10 shares.
J. A. Multsby, Campv ill, Florida,
State of Florida,)
Alachua County. )
Before me personally apj'ar.d ivW.
R. Thomas, Charles W. Chas., (;. K.
Broome, H. F. Dutton, Johbn (; ich.
ols and J. A. Mauatsby. each (f w bhom
are well known to me to be o's' of
the individuals'described in an1d ho
subscribed to aad'executed Otwh fore.
going proposed carter and artfllV, of
ncorporatlon, and severally acknowl.
edged that -he executed th., saint, for
the purposes therein expres.-.il
In witness whereof, I ha',, hlirin.
to set my hand and sffixed no official
seal this, the 3rd dy of JunA. D.
(Beal.) W. S. IIR110 K.
Notary Public Stato of Flor'iia at
Large. My commission e \.ir..
14th day of December, A. D. 1.'


An election will be held in th Ro-
ellUe District at the school ihoui" on
thrday, July 4th, 1207, for the vur-
poO of determining whether or not
said district shall be created a special
tax school district, for the election of
three tratees thereof, and for the
purpose of determining th, rate of
village to be assessed ,' I toii'cted
therbin for the next h.((''lii two
year thereafter. Polls will 0. at
8 o'clock and close at s ui- "he
following named, persons nl.- !'.u
appointed Inspectors of -aiil l. 1ion:
J. A. Tucker, 0. A. Thigp-in ; 1 H.
Owens, one of whom shzil : t a
By order of the Board of I'!,l;' i~-
struction this 3rd day of .Ji- 1 D.
1907. R.. \V:WEEKS
Chairman ird pub Int.
Attest: J. L. KELLEY, S,. and


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lrstxet, s. T T -rii
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K delicfd bs ajllr e tvhe i
agsy frte f the C s tesdtat e

pordinptray CdvertiB ftoe TkOWIna

the Demr Sun i rsn ieartAg, frty
p,pr t pblihedy every M? ty S"n
a d contains all the t, l, State and xe ,I a" wIM,
(tagfree, to any r part of te0site
of Co, far sJrSi a yer-i adAc -
&&cniviig bills beconnedl e'Pfter bu
Of sdvertfiimeUt6 W12a4 tberwto
t in contract. hati R know. to so
1. Puirad to pay for advrttalng te 4
Adrns T. xeDAic ,T WK .

Ie whole population of Idaho
mi to be made up of undeirable
Wm, so far as jury service is 09

ki rumored that ReGreentative
ris of Jacksonville will oppose Con-
mmDUI Frank Clark for rMomina-
ID the Democrattc primary next

Southern judge who had fined
d $50,000 for accepting $100,-
worth of rebates evidently does
want to be too precipitate about
up the practice.

be new pension law will be pub-
in The Sun as soon as a certi-
copy can be obtained from the
of State. So tar a or-
copy has not appeared in print.
On, Kuroki has set a mighty whole-
example for the distinguished
of this country. He has turned
all of the most tempting offers
contribute articles to the ataga-

Nov that Lawyer Abe Hummel has
las consigned to Jail for perjury, the
nation will be asked as to how ~any
I Us undiscovered *victims in New
hrk are paying alimony under false

Now that the Legislature of 1901
a thing of the past the people can
S t tin peace until time to pay thctr
hae under the new law. Not until
thn will they realise the heavy bur-
d* placed upon them.

Senator Crilf of Put"am county is
10 be congratulated Upon having his
Ire food and geological smrvey bill
easted into law He has labored
nestly for these measures during
OW p.,t ten years and The Sun re-
to know that success has t last
"Itd his efforts.
-- -
T name. purp a eati o of
not belongl=g% th IWeatio
asked for by the %e seeretary
tbe Florida ed M. Ms. rk
for statltse WrpW ss me
"40ttrly asks th Setarles c
Clubs to send t e iaerno s
t< to her. Adrlws Oemumt
DI4coe uty, inertl. P. 0.

W asedbeedi bt etg, re
"AUweas In e Is *aN -
Sof the ezpma of >h W"
ft"L Dutring th m Meo S .-

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eFwamI U( s th Inernal announceo-t has been made -
WOo Wait om k ts rst that the medical oeaege, the first
e M sppl. the vast- college of the u rslty of Manila,
of problem before it begins is about to be geoed. -The Philip. I AT T MIE T
to a ,irOi. Of w0are the Improve- pine Government -.A appropriated OF aVU wAI
sa- ebatrol of the M isalsalppi $6,500 for the trst yr's 'support of S UM AM A
O w ely oe phase of the problem. the new institldoM ,had the plan Is ap "i.w m m .m.
'That j be oe of the main arteries to add other to to It and make C U R ES iJ .
Sof in& for water borne freight. But the Institution the prbs der university a m .......... i-_ M'e M i
the great river Is a good starting point of the orient., -there will be chairs A.
for.the Ivestigation and the most re- of the usual sort to the medical col-
nrble thing that appealed to the lege, but special attetln will be paid
s i mason was not thq problem of to tropical diseases This will open
8% maOna the river a desirable stream up an almost unt@ahed field of re-
Sfor freight traffic, but in getting the -search for this country, and with the.
St&ght to take that highway. The extensive tropIil possessions the
a members of the commission report United States h oqWgalred, should
that the river is in better physical prove a very va eIble addition to our
- oaditlon than it has ever been be- scientific knowlede This country has
fore. It has been straightened and already given to tAe world the mosqul-
dedpeped and lightened by the Gov- to explanation (e yellow fever, the 4
N cement froml one end of navigation most important contribution to medi-
to the other. But the river traffic a know ledge since the discovery of
. has been killed by the railroads. They antiseptics. And there is now an ex-
d have fought the steamer lines till the cellent chance for further notable
* rate war has driven the boats off achievements in the same field. C
6 the river. There is not one-fiftieth amh aacts lH rhe,-atI. wrtes
Sof the trade on the river now that Chairman Taggart, who was in NW a.C.Md,Xmowevllege8dgwichCk..az
there was forty years ago. The rail- York last week, was Interviewed on about on crutches aa IA f t deal of
t roads hpve gobbled all the wharf- the Presidential outlook. "Geographi-. was d toe try Sl"a's i~aMlont U "
age facilities at all of the important cal lines have been eliminated from o a0r Ti 14 iiwe I i 5 E E
* manufacturing towns and have made the map," he said, answering a ques- an4ded ft to a aumbwr *pIo6ajm I espWs
the total cost of river freight to the tion as to where the next candidate thmalve as beiag tW it. MI s:ow wath
consumer greater than railroad freight was to come from. Commenting on With te t crutches, sad2m able Is prlm a gest
even when rates are nominally the this statement The Standard-Union of uilht labeis m the A.n i
samb. One of the most serious Srooklyn said: 'Taggart's declaration T*MI SIE 230t 300 AMD V 00
phases of the problem will be in build- anent sectional lines in 1908 is cal- BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.
Sng up the water traffic that has dis- culated to lend strength to the move- & T. LO JU. A.
ap eared. It Is an even more perplex- ment now on foot In the South to put
Ing problem than dredging the chan- forward a candidate from that section
nel for the freight to be carried -the first one since the war."
through. OLD AND OMMUN D Y
For over a yt the price of wheat w e N .XCYO-TS0O ,T
The action of the Secretary of the has been below the cost of produc- -_ _I_ I _--
Interior In dismissing thirteen old tion, although it was protected by a -
and faithful clerks from the Land tariff of 25 cents a bushel. Now the
Office was rather hard-hearted on the price has advanced 80 per cent in con- To i
face of it. The action will be follow- sequence of the fear of a short crop.
9d by similar dismissals in the case Do the Republicans claim the advance o p
of about 100 others. This Is pretty is due to an all-pervading Republican
severe on the old clerks who are let prosperity produced by tariff protec-
out through no fault of their own ex- tion? If so. how do they explain the
cept old age. But it may have the ef- low price of wheat that has prevailed ........ Vi* .. ......
feet of hastening the passage of the before the fear of unkindly nature
Civil Service Retirement Bill which, caused the speculators to boost the L a
with good reason, in eagerly looked price?
forward to not only by the Govern- -At an i C s L e
ment employes of Washington, t The Charlotte Observer thinks Mr.
of all other parts of the country. In Bryan could not beat Mr. Taft, but
the case of the Land Office clerks, the with the working men opposing Taft
old people had been retained on the for his government by Injunction pro- people all ovr Florida: e the Atlantic oast Linr
rolls largely out of charity, copying ceedlngs when United States judge "Purple. Folder" for schedules to the Jnmestown Expoml
the Land Office records in pen and Ink and the Protective Tariff League giv- sition Two daily trains each way with through Pulll
simply because they did not know how ing him, at best, but lukewarm sup- an Buffet Sleeping Cars.
to use typewriters. The work of the port, any Democrat who can unite the
office was falling behind and Mr. Gar- party factions would have a reason. easi n sixty day' at'd fifteen days.limit excursion
field, the new Secretary of the Inter. ably good chance to vAn. icets on ae daily from April th to November 80th
for, being a strong, energetic young tickets on ale daily from A ril 19th to November 80t
man, took the step that none of his at lowrates.
predecessors had ever had the heart C A P
to- take and dropped the old clerks # W E Coach excursions at very low rates.
from the rjlls. Many of them wfli | |mt" a. ervese `
become objects of charity, some of CU ESa rem. the a For further information see your nearest railroad
them of public charity. They will l OLDS AND oRIPPE.'^.. _l agent or write
serve as bitter examples of the sin beaeb d *6 16-6t0 0 N. _.o bs
of growing old in the Govitnment ,* t2. % 0 Ad M I bttl (Liq .O
service. But perhaps their plight may FRAN r BO Y LSTN
hasten the day when clerks will learn
to be more thrifty and lay up some REVIVO
oiluT District Pessenqr Aglent, AtlntIc Cost Line Jlcksonville, J,

The latest Republican plan to getIl
rid of the surplus i, to pension the I
Government clerks that have become I
too old for active work. If that Is A A
dosae all employes of the Government. -|I
whether clerks, artisans or laborers
L With a civilpstoo list emSK f b Ie l1d
edde4 to the military pensions the g 0 i l A r L ) Railway
greased Government expenditures Isi o LAi L n nRaiw
woin d a good excuse for further rams. a eesd *** d -
postponemen. t of tari reform. *. ,"U SAVANNAH, 'COLUMbIA, CAMDEN,

dKoa gine toow -a eib. ,I WASHInIOVN, BAI/l'MORU PHILI,
t thet aiml .miatl has agedw to ADELPHIA, NEW YORK
isim t- duty I per. est. and n re-r. r a. Add..
trm em psaeiet are to be admitted .. se i *Ma. Ghig age, M ,

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SeAs ef OIu WO WOWCetrrh t*a
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wow" cham sewor be Used oxcen*
as WI mi ks M roputa blepha-,
amm s so &NNW theywilldo is
in lvfe amsfew ynmalls Ctarr
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o CO. ck. ~smuft A53w0eoy
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a~be kg F.ow"*

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Modern Pullman Equipment
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Norfolk, Vs.

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simicrItso WVdltmt
gbiy. It V*U4
red it.. "JeS--mal ,
tbs~t o1aft.orl~it

*fIn n seanxul
er- of the bq
,have rot an an

we 'Are, t4

to4OEKCR. when

~4ock4~I~t all

16L4atouani for
1* w '~eGlose to

tafsCbvh, wast

i It Iall U wat the
e ye loff w Ig fJ the
The eag sMse himai.
and aSaPIlr, bat at Iast.
Se ouald get back no fur.
1 hklg something was
b a1 d as the cock
!1dmnaalp`b ittdell out his
h bio0 opponent by
eoud with an itmlta.
of wht the eagle did.
ot his armn. shaped his
a claw, wheih by th time
loe real one, drew I to bhis
t d with 6no bite pnuia off
beh thought an eagIle might
thene looed blandly about
taae gele bad d4o0e, at th
4 ow and sad, "Now bring
other ltrd.".-Otto Bacher Ia

a trouble Issher fog.
trouble Is arthqle. In
-M 0D00 resident w killed.
V Is the trouble Mar-
wind that Increases the
Mt rate 00 per cent.
'e trouble is cholenmaaud the
plague is the trouble of Bom-
eh ctty pays to her trouble an
tribute of 0,00 souls.'
's trouble to the "Baded but-
Sso eo that attacks practically
adenmt ana valto. leaving a
aped permanent sear.
p trouble U the mola a um
Sroa the southeast. It ist e .
hot and Is accompanle4 byr
choking clouds of duet, a
otwlst&and ng a tMeapeatramt'
i o0 dlpeas all windows must be

'The *lenee of Oemi*wo.
7emistry dtd not become a sence
there words, ehemsatry prope dd
.edtlt-,utti the ievatsath e.
aM It wae as late aS Ita I I
dleghteenth cesnta y bM It
r:te aoent to mech. Ti ol
undoubtedly com d the
Sk' t least the pomVitaIs. of
t day chemistry, abttae
Sulateasblip between 00 .
and the anocent dal-m tb
btaied. BUU, it cannot a0*
St wasIt la the toolh aalh
"Pbteeopb~r's Stone* sat iH
S f Le'" that mena ret hit #sp
eariMwhich were m det
into the great selenoe oti*S
Terk American.
The eret le Cabby.
eadenbeby notortorune tor
Feet and hand. Likewise
cabby is generally ac-
With ever b0lng at a loe for
Ot e day a bobby lifted up
ly to halt a cabby.
Crowded his bore ahead.
oII m e asOan my 'andr

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b e wippoes p
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d, Was lnvepted?
me i"Oer. When

I FJm"ayv ksown in
a, 6e hbOveu a pea
A14. otl ". eauy)
t 'Ikbl~tb It Is

",.Poome Th e
swtts is notbln

I "?be lyWW V mphy, In a
meTum m fAmeolbed by
Judalh b 6 1 Is pom-

mentay Theologybew
apter TI Chariot*f

$ate Iro o ae o ert
wil be _6 injt VlawO
a"ther *WUM tio ~ t ar
magne,, 'sne Ipps

phome a u M A no I dno e, bo
tmue E-gnI -o ts e3 sdepIn

writtlnl I. A rapid penman asn
tho 11 ro pan t lr oug the
and In ive td of as male. In
eaopd bph.$ wmis ( e prt

will ifn a trOa word the the pman
ma(quoted sIn neighborhood of tap en
Get Tied.

uwriveg a .A rapid penman l n

forty worntes his pe travels a 6tarlong
woand n ake b480utrd of a mile. Irv
awritin an ata0e W0 tha pear of
makes i the neighborhood of sixteen
aurve of the pen. Thus in writing
thirty words the. minte hiso pear
an hour and 80400.0o a yearIu of
800 days of to botrsa Fb. The man
who succrded in making 1,000 000
mWtas wtb a pea Ina month was not
it all remarkable. Many men make
4,000000 wbtle merely writien.-Min-
aespolrs JourinL

To Augusta, Ga.
paily Pollman buffet sweeping ear
loevs Jaoksonvile, rFl.t, at S14 p. m.,
via Atlantle Coast Lioe lad arrives
Agsp a the next morning as 7 40 a. m.
or PullmaS reervstions sea h*e
Asianlie Otses Line asae& or write
to llrank Boyleton. DiMtries Pasen.
prt Agets. AtleatlIe oast Line, lack.
oonville, Pt..,

PaUl. LAWS 08 7O.UIDA*
oUe i tar vas tAnnle Jea Q
teuroh00er Of Tbr Geraloate Ho 0Ha.0.at-
bthe s14hP of A.eA. A IU ea
e *rtWe I& i my8o*ie. and
ias Apkisile for bea aroib
!or aoa go"Aadition to e
w 19t
" ,.IVAbo-0.atbo
wamr beimes s

%be Gay 0. MayA. i A i. P
W A4 Awat
It COle.k C\re hoftr a. C..
NMoUe i- ierebn stvge hat a.oomO.

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GAINUSVILL$, Aladhsbu001. Piu
03.. in Harman$ Bloc.




Oa sell yo. sity, property, (to.
Swe ad unilmproved), p sphate
eklta frmE land. Bad him
*i llst of tt you over for stle. Mlint
Anad Sollotor In Equity
es' Estate, Ooveyaelan and Gel.
oral Ptatleo. All business promptl
seatd.et to. OMeo next door to SBL
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mectrical Supplies.

Ageny7 for leading Bleyeles. Repltrl
dome promptly. Eletrical,work

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pt4 all kNads of
to Omderast

sawted. cal an:


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Jacksonville and New York,
OallWig ast OAu"STro. S.0., both ways.

% f i't eteahl 1M 1l th C tuwito Service

Olyde New England and Southern Lines
freight 8o64 iween JA IAOK MJUJA BOSTON and
OR All ,aers Po o.
Olimtas tt alesto both' waye.

0oothboa.Ad...............................rem Lews' Wharf, Bton
Iorthbead.... ...... ......Prom ofCatheriaest.,Jacksonvillp

Between J.6KO4VIua6LL and ,SAMPORD
Stopping at Palatka, A6oW. BeNreeford (DeLand), aid hNteSmedaute Landin0
on St. Johns Riter.
Ii appointed tQo aill S follows: Leave Jacksonville. Boadai, Tutidt, mt4
Tbur.edays, :80 p. m Reursalag, leave Banford, Mondaji,
Wednesday and Fridays. 9:80 a. m.
A01 NLh Nortbbourid
Leave 8:80 p .....................Jacksonville............ .... Arrive 2:0 a.
6;i6pm .................... Palatha.....................Leave 8:0o pt@
8:00am.... .. .. ..... ......Astor .... .0.... ...... 80 p
S .. ........... Bereeford (DeLand) ............... 1:00 pa
Arriv 8:80 am .......... .......... ln rd .................... 9:80ia
10O:0am.... ............. Enterprise..... .. ...... :

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F. M. laoixoXOea, Ja A. G. P. A.. Jaeksonville, Fia.
I. T. P. A.,. A. 0. BHAOIBs, G. E. P. A..
1ville, Fla. Pier 86 N. R., New Yorlk.
Wo, P. T. M., 0. 0. Baowx, G. P. 1..
290 Broadway, New York.
o, T. P. A., L. 8. Bnonbs, 0. A.,
ivlle, Fla. Leeebur, Fla.
Psa Ja.rF. A., O aTD MIMUM, 0. t. A..
Iville, FPa. Pier S N. R.. New York.:
C. P. Loyvaz, Agent, Jaekeonville. Ph.

~ebdq~wEeotive April 20,19.

No. I No.11 No.I N06 I No. a No. 11 N*-*4
Daily Bun Only Daily ex STATIONS Dali, ex Sunulny Sun Ow3 I1a; 41
I Sun buin Sun
A M IPM P M P M P N 1v A M
Leave@ ZAawo Leae SArrive Arrive A rhive A, '@
I I sUo 340 ........Li%.ve Oak........ 4#3o 5140 10 41 ~
At 131 Ar I Of Ar2140 1 Lv 3414 Lv 5100 'Lv 9t,
Lv 846 'Lv4416 Lv 1 0 1I....ow line Park. ----(At 3 3V At 4 M :Ar Vli
891? 417T At# IS...' Mayo Junction ..... a 2 4:4311.v,
AP 19 IAt ,lW Ar 641 1..........Perry .................. Lv 3SNr) ?
A1~)Ar 6 80At 02136..-Hampton Sprtga ...Lv SobLv a3Su Lv
Cousectlom ud atDplm Park fur all "sinatoo sod frown the Oak- end It' i
lio m aon 0 ii U~tI f1gomon ayo. Alton and all istermedlae points.
PoP infornLSUon As to Conu~atobbWonavtthberlusae, pboee or call on Get~era 'ia l1c4d
Asent: onoe 14?. Lewls BuildWng Live Oak.
T1 OMAS DOWLINGI. Prettles,,3IL3. 1.OPWINB.'Oeseral Psweneor Al 'C'

The climate of Ste hr Coast of
Is ewer pi Atf.d toan that
other plame ewti *

of any
4 4

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ft be=0,n"% limo bf bws w

m-Y b- OmSkomoib eO
flAA"*can ff AILA.


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ll FRAU.b.n ...
f now Russ5ia

caused here by
esumir of oWBet l b
myers who, for sete d

sy n. e os d to a4 *

tor, who operated c ,
a, r5. was tw tas W 0i-
cftzuch estatS
Idnudulent documi1tItI4 ,, i W .
40rs ord fal.e heirs. *

AnThe ire de Jolllc e td with b
die for a duplls" tw y
rts.eal, lead o the
the frauds. The perm of t l
are said to have derived A rc"dtO*
oo from the swindles.

e BireodeJoinJ11 e t hi
stWhere re eSt. ouls" how aosta
Brother Yves of the ptahI fta
owe met while crossnga It' lu
IDmtscus at the time of the l it he"
ode an aged woman who rEd i1
ber right band sab9owlOfsIRbeAW)A
etr left a bottle of watwr.,,
"Where are yoU glaw"? ato fte
Brother Yves.
"I go." said she, "to bN'U P1peIfVtil
with the fire and pot out hU 1withdlb.
water, and so I will make ma *ld Of
"And for why will you do this' ask-
el the fIar.
"Because." said she, "I would that
we did good neither for' the joys of
bearen nor for the fear of hell pain.
but purely for the love of God, who
deserves so well of us and who to able
to deliver us from evil."
Forgotten Hotel Keys.
"I suppose," said a guest, "a good
wany forgetful people go of with your
hotel keys?"
"This will show you," said the clerk.
Andi be took from a drawer the ftl-
lowing printed slip:
"Tlh manager of the Blank hotel ae-
kunowledges with thanks the return of
key No. -. which M- by oversight
carried away on departure."
S, many keys, the young man e*.,
planned, were walled beck by forgefful
guests that it had been deemed advlas-
hbl. as a time saving device, to have
a k.ey acknowledgment printed.--New
Orltaus Times-Democrat.
How Rossetti First Met His Wife.
It ua)s Mlllais' picture. "Ophella," oex
hlt:.ti at the academy In 1852, that
Proviied his friend and brother pre-
rriaelite, lDante Gabriel Rossettl
% i a wife. Millals had been alto'
s't: ;r at a loss for a suitable model
f'r tis picture. but at length secured
,ri. ini the liorson of a charming young
I.!. who was employed as an Islit-
I'. l-hlinl the counter of a bonnet
!, Sthe was the daughter of a
hjl,,;.i.I traulesmlnan, a beautiful and
!, girl with a wealth of golden
hbu., IIy iiie Ellsabeth Biddal.
V .:., l1sii strailghtway fell deep-
ly loe with the fair model. Be
t '," .ier to paint and ultimately
1: hetl ht~r.

Man's Preoious Rib.
A young lady having asked a *ur-
g,':i why woman was made front the
r" *f a Inli in preference to another
t. ,** iih give her the followlng gallant
"h -us not taken from the head
iMt he should rule. nor from his feet
k t he ~iitld trample upon her, but
Sa. tuk,.u from his side that shabe
cbtt lIe hio equal; from under his
Ir:.. ",; h might protect her; from
1tb.. ; > that he might cherish
h,, h-r "-Houston Chrelcle.

Mor* Aduleratipu,
',*- 'ls. said the grumblag
S*' ::* Kasg to write to the
...... What about?"
., 'hIrility of thewater. It's"
;'' ,;it W'l,. I detected a dstitict
* '' ..rr, nl it this SWltm -.
ig, t n

G.. .9 Themeelvee Away.
$itr band 4 rmdaj ingrrwPa-
'1i1a~behedo0samyte to
91u~On Deem-." Wat am

:ly.3was asuiafteto

ru* y7.et busskW "
t* hat.-u hsan a
7 aepI dso va-

Th. imThe

d- whe you y fDr PWWI,
hUma Ilu*e-for all the togredl.
* tiRt tlaw them. an printed on
.)Wottloe-wppei aend their formulas
Sattted u n th as helg completS
idco You koWVJust what you are
.aao abi that the Ingrediens are
"edal Natar'a laboratory, being
#w the most valuable native
iW 1ots9AdA growingg In oar
a ta g

Hgt vaGomtekl
Irl ortnt part in
: Pte' Aoliden Medieln Dtylenr In
U N eu n of lad dys ei; P la aI
StmBeh, t-tdqdby sour risings
fol reat coted tongue,
a to ginatwltu fell In stom-.
ieha lubuo w *QdktarM deran,-
to th e ItaBch liver and bowels.
B so eurin all the above dttrsaing
laso t&the'*Iolde Medleal Discovery
t eaEl foro all disMem of the mucous
ranes, as catarr, whether of the
Ml passes or of the stomach, bowels
ele ormu. ,Even In It ulcerative
Swill yield to this sovereign ream
SImtsebeerevered In. In Chronic
Caisrrhof the Naul pasages It is well,
whie taklne the Medicl DI.
wve fo-the neeeuary constitutional
t mesf to deanne the paussargeer
SO r t ihree t sme day with Dr. Sa
tarrh Remey. This thorough course
.tres &t generally cure. e worst
Ian conbs and boarsenew causeWd by bron
Atlal t t d lung atetlon, cet co*
iwts its At advanced stage ftt dea
=etUlo Di Iosery I mossa*t effIeat rem-
thbose y ot.1a w ban
kt oalf nmuooue membran. The Dlis
oery 'l not so goo tfor cute coubhs arls
om sudden colds. nor must It be er-
Pced Sto cur coasuitioA in i advice
seee-no medicine w do that-bhut for all
the snatte,. chronic dougs. which, If neg-
or badly treated. lead up to consump-
o. s the bast medicine that can be taken.

Coelmbla Has the Oldet Walled
In This Hemisphere.

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To Each and Every Person Who Re-






Semi-Weekly Sun.for Another Year,

or to The Daily for Three Months---i


Also to Any.New


One of the few walled cities In this
hemisphere and perhaps the oldest, is
iat of Cartagena, ColombIa, South
Amerlca. The wall. which Is still
standing and In excellent condition.
stretches Its Irregular circumferenee
several miles In enclosing what was
one of the gayest, wealthiest and lar-
gest cities of the new world In the
days of Spanish supremacy. It Is said
that $50,000,(0O was spent In construct-
ing this wall, and It must be rpnem-
bered that three or four centuries ago
that meant considerably more money
than It does now.
The wall Is wide enough to accom-
modate several teams abreast. Its top
Is flat in most places, while at Inter-
vals there stand sentry boxes. showing
that the wall was meant to guard the
light hearted residents withbli Its In-
closure from sudden attacks either by
sea or by land.
At oue end of the wall near the sea
In still to be seen the government pris-
on. Here there is a long, row of cells,
which are still kept for the use of pris-
oners. At present these offenders are
much sought by tourists to the Spanish.
main, for many. of the men confined
there have for sale exquisite carvings
on shell and wood.-New York Herald.

The Landlord Told His Literary 0ueel
How to Out.
In the days before the dawn of his
fame It wasthe practice of a certain,
well know author to wander up sad
down the land seeking what be might
devour In the way of suggestion and
local color. In this way he had drifted
Into Aj'kansas. "roughing It," sand not,
as he zpretsew It. pre,.nting an ap-
pearance calculated to inspire a botel
proprietor ithb unlimited confldece.
The only hotel In the town. a frame
structure. seemed to have lesn built
upon the theory that there was plenty
of rnem straight up. but that ground
bad to be bought. and the wandrr
wal shown to a room on the third
floor, reached through many narrow
and winding panMa Prom the ome
window It was a straight drop to th(be
-"ay. bow would I t out of this
pla.e in aw nf finer' th a-ked the
lanTonrd.a who hal1 brtw61 ht .hnp is grip.
The other eye hbitn coldly
"Waal," be drawled. "rUl y" wouid
have t v.tch-1: in :L e o ew ;th !t'*r .(- tstSU
-a re .pil,. 1 ,'h f ih W I,' 1,'rrdi aA'
~r'T~ln" ,," ,' t :* l'u t i'll )it> bull-
dk;*'" .-4"' :*.. inrd IJ',jc!
A Happy Mother
Will that Ir baby Is property
eared for-4 o dsth a mood purgatve
Is mnoe ry. MaNy tables mOre
from worms aA tdher other eoa t
teow It-I-t yw baby Is feverish and
doset sleep t alM, t is tromtled
wt wev &. Whaas Cream Veral-
ftVe wUt dw mat Mhse wam Is
s mtM, phma-es way. Oae tried

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....IN GAIN ILL...

Beneficent epidemics are scarce<, but such a one has struck (Gaineaville,
andgpeople of every station and occupation have the fever.-
It is maot interesting and in 4ructivo to study the constantly changing
line (f applicants for Pocket Bankm as it files through Th, Stun's buWhe
office. There is th3 mother, bringing her daughter with her andm securing a~
.bank for the girl, another for herself, and inquiring auxiously whether Oha
may have another for the boy who, is at work. She rec~ivsw it promptly.
Boy.s cAm---ome arp steady, serioustfaced chaps who have began to
think on their own account, and who ask qnestion- about the operation of'
the scheme which show their results of rubbing up ngaint th~ worM.
Then the High Scb'ool girls and boys, gay and w'tiv.. while the work.
man and business man "slip in" during the noon hour to get a bank for tbil
boy or girl at home, after asking one or two leading qui-stions to make stu'=
there is no joke abut the 25 cents.

...... t P IN OUTUIN.....




od for an 2lditional 5 centa when a depot o one dollar or more in
A made, will be give to everyone who avail theasmelv of this opportu
ban a Amand you will W ngro wt
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Al IL 'A'A-A A A -4 AA, A .

SOF iM O d ty Eat TheoepdofDai e
OF" Iby Dr. Hull prelelat qt itte
SIO NT's why am liw son Univerttty, les the followlhg tao
5S^ ay of the prilial of our high schoe1. I
S--- who delivered one of the Stetson co
tI tt Of G g ms mencement addlres- last week: W LV
.D M ,DEtESSERT "PrincipalTom. P. McBeath. Mu8st
re nda by (j p". I Psi, loed Vr.). of Arts. head .of, the high school at
Vrfi8 AND adL Gainesville, delivered the address it
RSONAL A ... .$ "_I Imim onW Oi=n", Rpberiy, the commencement of the Normal
s -ppo Aod i-- .-- 8trbwrryt Ohooolat, Cherry, Peach. School on Monday morning. Every
w t Hao& lO pw enob ger aough for large body who knows Principal MeBeatth L
H Appen T In ftie t 44, at gramyes. may depend upon it that he measurfed ___0_ __
soThat 01, IW1eae' i llatrated up to the requlremennts of the ooa- /
il The Sun. iltir **ee Book ton. Principal McBeath Is one of .qr h p s
it in Th*e Sun. te foremost school men in Florida. He We have placed o sale the bet as-
h Old papW5 for mi SI B Highest award at Is a thinker, an able writer, an able sortment of Plain and Colored Lawns
IAdie' 0allng de t u li all Expositions. speaker, a wise counsellor, and what and Organdies ever shown at the low
at oiSn o *flots, same IwO Ce.. Lo.N7..T. Is more and better, he is a man of te
Fy.-Shelei typwet "Wfor ale. Ap* booth tJamato wnExpos t.cni warm sympathies and a man of Special price of-your choice for
. s8ain offle. 1 strong courage."
For the bedt priftSI siMOneay P *
Prices all at 1ST ea ee. A few newspaper flesh for ale. Ap- JEPP DAVIS' BIRTHDAY.
To It--LOW floo, ar ro.m Ply- t Bn oc. O o I
l shed. Mrs. O p, West Me- Blank leses for sale at this office. The Occasion Passed Quietly Inront center counter.
strr.os i per hundred. Galnesvillel, anks Only Closing. S front center counter.
Chan. Monday was Jefferson Davis' birth.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. G: K. Carter, W. F, Love, an extensive cross-tie Monday wea Jefferson Davis birth,
on Friday, a 10-pound boy. friends contractor of Trenton, was a business day, a legal holTday in the Southl
extend con ra tulations. visitor to this city yesterday. There was nothing to Indicate the) In-
extend congrattio v ortoth c yesterday. cident In Galnesville, however, further
For Sale--Oni 4x5 PWo" plate We handle our wagons In car lots, than the observance of the banks, M O N EY AK SILK S
camera complete with latest model consequently cah sell them cheaper. which closed for the day.
lens and outfit. Earle Kelley. Call and be convinced. Crawford & ,,-- e hlve secured the sole'agency of
"STUDFBAKER" WAGONS-JSt DPi Prof. Blair Honored. the celebrated Money-back Silks--every
received a car load of all ses at Craw- THES-TUDEBAKER WAGON Is Prof. A. W. Blair, head of the ex yard guaranteed or your money back.
ford & Davis', Middle lortida Agency. the beat made and the best-Ironed perimental station of the University Inteed or your money bck.
J. F. Futch of HayneAswrth, one of wagon on the market. See them at of Florida, has returned from Still- The regular price of the best grade is
the leading citizens of that secUtion, Crawford & Davis before buying. water, where he went to deliver an per yard all oer the world, ut we
was a visitor to Gainesville yesterday. Rocky Bottom Sulphur Springs, 90 address. before the horticultural so- 1.7 per d ard ( i orer the orld, but we
James Bodiford has gone to Jack- miles northeast of Atlanta, Ga., ready clety of that place. have decided, in order ta INTRODUCE
sonville, where he will be the guest for summer guests. Rates $26 to $30 Prof. Blair tI one of the best posted the silk in this section, to make the price'
of friends for the next two or three per month. Address Miss Mary David- men in hortipulture and agriculture
days. son, Turnerville, Ga. In the South, and his advice to consid. l m0 ni a "
Have your stationery printed at The Boarding places wanted for summer ered of a high standard by those who I p |UI U
b un office. First-class work promptly normal students. Citizens who will re- ire seeking knowledge In this direct.
delivered at reasonable rice s our celve summer boarders for eight tJon. o _r the month of May.
motto. weeks, beginning June 17, are request- o 010M
Try a STUDEBAKER TURPEN- ed to notify the undersigned by postal An Approaching Marriage.
TINE WAGON--guarateed to give card, giving city address. W. F. Yo- Invitations are out announcing the Come to see us. Our store is not the
satisfaction. Crawftord & Davis, Mid- cum. approacning marriage of two popular biggest but it is the best in this section
die Florida Agency. Chas. W. Wells of Alachua was young people of Worthington Springs. ,
S. A.o among those who came to Gainesville Miss Vivian Flowers Cason and Will-
teJ. A.ve brick manufactureri and met- on business yesterday. Mr. Wells lam Ellis Grinoer, which will occur at
t ensive brick manufacturer and mer- states that Alachua is on a boom, and Lake Butler, In the Baptist church, .
chant, was in the city yesterday look- that the recent discovery of phosphate on Wednesday, the 19th Inst.
gJ.S. Crown 6f Rocky Point, one of h16 that section got the people enthusi- Both young people are quite popu-
J. S. Crown 6f Rocky Point, one oastie, lar, and friends will extend congratu- .
thei most successful truckers and ae you un g dnatlationis in advance. Mouut Verann l-d Te i
farntrs in the county, was transact. Have your plumbing done at once. So 20t, Knights of P".
1!rt business in this city yesterday. Material Is advancing rapidly, and If Wanted-Manager for branch of- thit, me.es Ionniht at
Mrs. Joseh Patton and interesting you delay you will have to pay about flce we wish to locate here In Gaines- 8:00 in their Ostle Haill
lint. son, Fred. who have been here 20 per cent more than you would to- rile. Address, with reference, The r Dotun's ank. (A .RIWTA TRA .
on a brief visit to friends, have re- day. The Gainesville Plumbing Co. Morris Wholesale House, Cincinnati, Work ti .h rd rank rl election ,f --
w to save you the money and do Ohio. Wo!rk i i i s I w,.loof
turiintd to their home in St. Peters- thew rk for you. ofierre. Vasitiln troher$ wlesIomr. (NIt to Prstoffei.)
burg -- t---h W.T. Potn U. tJ. E. A. 8vTrsr. K i -- ....
The Ladles' Missionary Society of .
I Using Blue Ribbon Vanilla you the Advent Christian church will serve _I. ,NOTIOI.
t i. olist of your extract expense dinner in the old Marcus Endel store' N YI RACK T TOur Friends and Patrons. "1 e will
1% i ndyusecure^ ^^^ ^ double Y K R KT o 7T,"Our Friends and Patron*. B.glning April 1o a# will p
faI:, tlf and with you secure dous, icle as- northwest corner of the square, from The cloing of our banking depart o u umr rat f $4 p we
Swith our cakes, e cream 12 to 2 o'clock Wednesday, for the T e l of or e r t
aiL ,h. scrts. benefit of the famine sufferers in -.ment is now fixed for the 5th of July. mesl'end $4 ridingg ti~hesu. Si
S-. Minnie Shawl has returned China. The public is cordially invited. This will be imediately succeeded I fielesiise i. ,very rnoimeet. .
S,,: a most delightful visit to rel Will open hotel Bluehelht June t tore The button liank, a btate Indtltu. i r leerle fan, Iur o,
a* ,. and friends In Jacksonville. Will open hotel Blueheights Jue tion organized by and to t conducted
Shawl is quite popular here and managed ty nime of the molt re )I-D DRIKKM OF AILL
Ia .-rShawl is quite pode pular here located on the top of the Blue Ridge, liable aid ronservative men of the O All
a:.. 'r friends are delighted to greet the hilghet railroad point In Georgia; a i Ool th bl. oyrth
a. Uthe highest railroad point in Georgia; city and vicliny. Oo* the best. Everythis
56 feet higher than Asheville N. C.. nice. Game evoked to o
L, -.li. L. Chesser of LCrosse was 650 feet higher tfan Mount Airy, and All deposit' in the bank of H. F. for sportsmen,
*a a, those who visited Gainesvtlle 2,300 feet above the sea. F'or further Dhutton Co will be transferred to OPEN EARLY ad L<
,. a and while here called to re information address D. W. Johnson., the new bank, unless otherwise direct*. -
thi.. subscription of "Uncle" Dan- Passover, Rabun o. Geo"rgia ed by the depositors, and blnea willE F I
r. 1'ha.has been a subserh- Col. gnd Mrs. H. F. Duttos left yes- of any kind. The new bank will for-
': h. SUi for many yea trday for the North. Mrs. Dutton ward rceps and all neemry papers
i I('w of Atlanta, special agent got's to TownshendVt., where she will r'to the depooltora. al e ae
I, ar', Malryland Casualty Company, spend the summer. Colonel Dutton Prto holding t me ert at of
r:',, the city Saturdy night, will accompany her as far as NeW Wehbve just received a dem,,tit ca n have them redesemd atr
r,.,Inig here natil SLnday evening York. and after a brief villsit to that
,,t of his brother, W. E. Dow. city, will return to his home here. nice Bshipment of ch01 oice ,o th l.teret. or sa old them
!'., Mr. Dw, who has been suf- ri.nd of Mrs. Dutton wish her a pattern. Prices strictly or convenience of tie losuer. Th. wi.h
b n lr isI greadll tly improve. pleasant sojourn durlg the summer. l ~ Iht. new bank will Issue certeliate with
,. wih as ratfylng. Senator and Mrs. H. II. McCreary _-, ,like conditions If parties so dire.
a Mr'aret B. Taylor,. who has returned Sunday from Tallahassee. We bepak for wer eeo th
l '" d as a stenographer in where the former has sp.nt 'slxty days T same liberal patronage tbat'w e haye
', : ill. for the past two years, in the Interest of tte Ieople of Ala. relheid. They are a O weU liO l known
,. r 'ur,,.'d to her home in this cit' china county as m.intlber of the Sen. all ip this vrlnity that they will have ad OYSTER
i t the delight of her nmerouas ate. Mrs. McCrary was with him a alreadyy swecred the eUsldenee of oth ,I1 reur of nei.lnl1 is
here. Miss Taylor expects greater part of th.. time. only going g OAre 1onc8 h 1CO ir in the ir a h thL have of beS The e b- 4>iyN$ lU
Sr be,)o to Virginia. where shbe will home once during the entire 5-si0o. ammm than Wood ones. ask for )our patronae, ad will re I VILLI.
.U Ira'-lrWmdonedfs. f thersummer. Friends areg lad toIwelVoLethem

h r,maluder of the stamer. Priends are glad to welcome them W -_ -a m gnifice ntI t 1tun i u' - r- .. -- on --
4 dl. Carter, e oef Alachu e t iv rtbod of doing business. I am ow prMosed so
.lthful and efficent Rep. There is waandrtag the treets q line -arid DOW is a gO(Xl will pirlit If oi old depoitor, the lhrad* o* l the SiW
: has arrived bolne from at Gainesvllle, it is said, a "bell dell' |lilrhail who have ben wit s so many yearo, I fords la Atila* ?how
"'.,. where be has beeo rep- cow" which nla causing o end of will exted to them Uhe aase co *ll.
' ...lis contitnaets for the past annoyance to the people of that see- 'demce. favors sad patromag that tb e
Notwithtetadlag that the tkon,. especially in two. or tir.e fami- rhve so liberally gives us. they will add
*-'. ee :sa, sueriag fn rom li. the members of whom are ill. to the may obltloa uder wdhlch ,icTI .I o
ha di e himetlf elt Inl Marshal Armw has bee notlfl.'d, but l) C&08 Sh oe th* *a lr hal UIOER1AK ISI C
1'"f-, ,,of the Legislatre it seems lmposibr for hins to appre- IH f. Dutti & Co will handle
;-. bend the antmal The mnarAhal, re- Our Shoe Dpartment Aton (bales *of otto. ,usual at
1 -quets the owner to keep the cow up the old stead. Very simNOrely,.
to san impoasu i twf for Men, Women andi -M NEW W0000S....
.. _W. T bheartW Bodiford, who M ChildIen. Try na forI Meetm l f 0 ihs Boar d.
b tola JecksoMville with the O'Do[- Tw regaler meeting of Oe BDad AOmt rol
Ot1lt, l Gad CpanMy for te paot. your ne xt pair. We ell _. .O, oei. nIom-itpai, rWoIMel
NOW bhas returned to the City, and h. Shoe t that wear ty hld o Tdafy.e. vconve m, "m oy,
meiareas vennds wi. be xtad to lean thea bee bs ease te
SOIy1.i ut be peet t rGar b re *Is" Tradi. with as and Ib*' itoee o applhat lM tnrge bse,.
a l,-. b-lat -,ct with 3J. 4. you gt *fl value weh will be, td-ay .--,*
*m * 5 oWr 0ft. 4 agdn st. Mr Bdo & There was a reteMt of bes uin o em.
__et __te e ___ _al bte oare she heard. b aseise il ef -mew 6M"ous**a
7L b. 0o !,- b..M 0......-
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