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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 6, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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: VID01136
Source Institution: University of Florida
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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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'fe*,Q OUTLINED

a It Is Kkpqated
.Vsfy Startling Develop.
*H Maed--Unleon Labor


0UB. 41A 9,4T trial of
-1Cr**Ao tftt&ry and
Ai# h esterii federation
thargd with 'the amurde
ttaeaberg.,. former &over-
4!stW of Idaho, eoomonaced
kTuesday morning iheu, at
Jaies H. Hawley, thU
i0Ijtel for the proeecutloe,
.. "I address to tha Jury
pry what Is probably
tt1* it ab#brought lnto

present tie *barge against
as l b een on of murder, In
pasip|red with the man Or-
c, by hlis own confession,
; comml(ted the crime.
bt thigh firk address to the
opfe of the was reyeal-
In part. ,-.The charge
as Wae6f he high
Mjuft powerftulabq gspiia-
b en g iO y by
am hbt Oig.0 a d the
W ere PVeertition of
'wte its U$erewt pure-
orAiatto, go usa-d
he9 heoome cm. of the ee.
I ti e ggaAl0 plot to
uORlety and 'by murder
seta bristabout oonad-
this Onfta that threatened
#a of all *xistla forms of
M Haywood wHl be tried
H ardr 'o Meunaesberg.
of dho has yet to reek.
the actual murderer-he who
tiomb at tht gate of the res-
the governor,,wbo had re-
poUtles and was pursuing
as aheeop farmtr, but who,
the chief executivelot his state
to of his a Negiaoe to union la-
troughout a hard working life.
i word and deed4 down that he
Alrt and Ilat for the law and
r IaMe within 'the borders of

as the murder of Steunenberg
bessialn, Orchard, that laid
the plots and counter-plots that
thb arre, t of W. D. Haywood,
ith WlUl Moyer, presiteat of the
ration. and Pettibone,.

I cne has been dsaeussed every-
j In this country for more than
Br. But the side of the prosecu-
Ww never bee revealed, and
Snow It Is sal# that wmch will be
to the evidence, and that from
emnement the case will be.
surprises. Counsel for the
p claim that the dtvelopmat
oase will show plots of moh '
duaseneloni than those hinted
S of their elients that the
elasC hope. by the ar-
thee heads' of a powerfe) kI-
o aroue asentiment gpaJet
atle.a uad by the convictloa o
'pted sh out the cause of ulnion
l.They ebhart at the outet
without revealing their defense. ,
whole contfeeson of Ortqhard
admit Ip the murderer andi
outlined by the state is a
built up by the aid of
ve; that their elpHntu are ,
of wrong-dolag or any e-.i 1
the mourer or series of mur.
agailaet Hay'wood. loy-

utee the state. it Is oharg(d.,
Iat lees than X6 nour- 1
I a of thm, as db'ardly
j Ovrnor S8teneaberbt.


?aI~lbs" of tie Wmeera
-W. ltme. re. ti Numer
~.~twWclaluesoctedvWI-
)&"flow me kawle& 4
"mW~Sttekel
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4d by thives to eoweal a rbbewy.
mapletely destroyd the ftegt iO
peaseeawr bowse ad n-ra e-IBs
ma the goversant pt erbem. Tl"
m A wiR ma wel1 up Iat A e thee-
ed. When thea e t aofItd
ono we
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wasM mong o. i tho atet
it bellowed, wi ow th.t th pir.
det of the W etedeustk ano

t ieus in tH, 411111 0 at It w
hoped to 11h1s powerft
labor orsti wfth other
throughout "te "o stry so that i
mlsh)t become & poWNrdu fetor and
dominatians ta lW e theolgh the an
mer stremith a .ad ftuael eotiotri
bue of ke hbunrede of thousand
of worklageni, who oamtributed s
port toe usp bor.

PRINCE mISARWIN BANKRUPT,

Mt TUkes Life Mqrrify with Actresa
Wife, I gortg Saliffa.
The Hague, Jun e .-Prinoe Eb-
erwein, of Belathelat-treinfuert, w.b
some time a ftorfeited his rights
of inheritance And ht4 position In the
German army by marrynk the daugh-
ter of 9 burgomoaer, Is now bank-
rupt. Aftoe the. wedding he hired
a castle at OidwWasenaar. near the
Hague, perhaps hoping for recogni-
tion by his auSti the queen dowager
of the Nethetsaad, but neither she nor
Queen Wilblhelna nor the aristocracy
received him.\ His failure to ,pay
rent for the akstle has led to its
seizure by bailiff, whose presence.
however, did not disconcert the prInes
and princess. 'They merrily played
oenlds, Ignoring the officers who
watched the amae.
The pair have now -gene to Germa-
ny, leaving the bailiff In possession.

Great Banking Merger.
New York, Juneo .-Former Bee-
retary of the Treasury Leslie M.
Shaw, may head a $50,000,000 bank-
lug merger. Reports are current,
says the Times, that the newly organ-
ised OCrnegie Trust company? of
which 'Mr. "haw is the head, will be
the nucleuqfof ak combination of three
trust con aies whose total resources
aggregate -the figures given. Off0-
core of the company declined to Mte-
cuss, ta proposelton at present, but
It Ies stated that tentative negotla-
tlofs have progressed to a point
where the question Is receiving seri-
ous coAtsideration from the three con-
cerns Involved.

Bey Kills His Pather.
Chicago, Ills., Juno 6.-Awakened
from sound sleep by the screams of
hib sick laother who was being beaten
by her drunksa husband, Willlta
I*yiook, aged 16, the son of Chat.
IAyXooak, of Daggett, selsed a it cal-
Iber rifle and seat a bullet crashiln
through ha father's brain. The man
died Instantly. The father was at-
tempting to stab his eldest son, wifo
protectqd his mother. The father had
dragged'his wife from' bed by the
hair. nThe boy was arrested, but
probably will not be prosecuted.

Will Manage New Theater.
New York. June I.--Announcement
has been received by cable frola Lon-
dons hat Granville Barker, as Bag-
lish playwright, has agreed to be-
come managing director of tie oew
theater aow under oonstruotn la Inthis
oept. Granville Barker la only thir-
ty years of ae, but has galne6 a wide
reputattoa abroad for i se 1t man A-
agemeat, and aotlag ita ernard
Bhaw'm plays at the court theater. It
to said Mr. Barker will receive a salo
a1y of 50.000 a year.

Judge thed Teer.
S. Louas, No., June I.-O- a
plea of guilty Charles 1. Oronetes,
giultimg teller of the WehasItOa
Na~toal Baak of St. Lala, was -
Mead4y eeatnced to lre yers' isa
pfeeamemt by Judge Trieer. te
Uialted States irtot ooet. Aler
teallag .u?7 Oretoaea4 heM t

mutradlted and retumad to t. LNM.
J4gde Trteber wept as ho I-me
the seeteae the Ighteg permittd
hv the etUa,. ______
Pier Wled by aThevesa.
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T9OOEWY ATPl3~URO, PA.

M- Shootas tw' e a;ewd Then
1 "t:Commit bc..
Plftiburg,'Pa., J t= /6.--rwo men
a4 lying in the ho aW A a critical
oodition from bull, wuhds, ,andh
third, who Brad th ot. is dead,
having compitd da oater doing
the shoorting.\ ,Thedea: '
SPatrick Reardon, I8 years old, shot
i lt'f in the head.
The injured:
Ttomas Morton, ahot through the
right eye.
MI* M. Moorehead, shot Ia the back
RI the head.
The attempted double murder and
sulelde occurred M today afternoon at
a boarding house of harflor avenue.,
Mast Bnd' district.


Reardo called on the two rfjured
men for he purpose of I4ui ring
about a woman, Mrs. Anna Vortish.
Reardon had been drinking. Both
Morton and Moorehead denied know-
ing the whereabouts of the womann,
and Moorehead left Morton and Rear-
in the former's room.
While alone with MortOn, Reardon
swrddenly drew a revolver, and alleg-
ing Morton knew where the woman
was, fired at him, the bullet enter-
ing Morton's eye. leaving the room,
ReardQn met Mfoorehead, who was
coming. back to investigate the shoot-
ing. Reardon shot him tree times
and Phen, with the last shot in his
pistol, Reardon killed himself.

Georgia Souvenir for Roosevelt.
Waabington, June 5.-President
Roosevelt has been presented with a
handsomely engraved plate of solid
goldtaken from a mine near the home
of the president's mother in Geo:-
gia. The plate, which to valued at
ever $400, is 6x10 inches In size and
-bears a reproduction of Bu'ioch hall,
the Bulloch coat of arms, the Geor-
gia coat of arms and the following
Inscriptions "Theodore Roosevelt,
president of-the United States. Geor-
gia daf, Jamestown Ter-Centennary


ed here Tuesday morning for a two Exposition, June 10, 1907. W. N.
days' stay. They breakfasted at the Mitchell, president Georgia commit-
residence of Captain IH. 8. Chamber- 'ee; Joseph M. Terrell, governor of
lain, after a short rest taking an, Georgia.", The box In which the
automobile trip to Chickamauga qark. I plate Is encased Is made of 'Georgia
At the line they were met by the wood, lined wilh velvet and covered
Third squadron of the Twelfth caval- with white satin, the lid belng hand-
ry stationed at Ft. Ogletborpe and spmely trimmed with gold and bear-
witnessed an Inspection and review. ing the United States coat of arms.
A public reception .was given the vis- The plate Is Intended Fa a souvenir of
Itors from 4 to 5 o'clock, and at 8 Georgia day.
p. m. tne vice president delivered an -
address at the auditorium.. Death Claims General Ruger..
Ju Stamford, Conn., June 6.-:4en-
Reports Exaggeratd, Says Gates. eral Thomas H. Ruger, United States
New York, June 5.-John ,W. army, retired, 4led at his home here
Gates, who has Just returned to thls Monday. He had been I111 Ince last
city from the southwest, where he Fridgy, when he was stricken with
had been lnpecting his properties, heart failure. He leaves a ,widow
says the reports of crop damage have and two daughters. General Roger
been exaggerated. The damage to had a long service In the army. He
wheat, according to Mr. Gates, will as born In 1832. and graduated from
probably range between 2 and-5 per West Point in 1854. He was made
cent. He says,' however, that the Mlieutenant colostel of the Third Wis-
cotton crop has been damaged as a consin volunteers, and in 1518 took
result of unusually heavy rains. command of the regiment soon- after
beltg made brigadier general of vol-
Parden Offered Raisull, the Bandit. unteers. He was nla the campaign
Paris. June 5.-A dispatch to the of the Rappahansock, aad command-
Petit Pasenae from Tangier aye: ed a divisliomat Gettysburg. He was
that the board of $ Ni affairs haa In command li New York elty at tin
offered a pardon to Ralsalt. the ban- thee of the draft riots. He wee M-i-
dit. o coadnttion that he leave Mo- tary governor of Georgia t 1868.
rocco and Uve away from Talsier, on during the recomretractio period.
i pensloa to b4 paid him by the sov-
erment. A friend of Raleull pro- Dke Take CIne I leuud.
pose that he make aW of Britih New York. June 5.-4 e d
and American music halls. It is be-* Abrasf. slipped away &s b s-
loeved taat RaisuH avyra soo e ft rvse attendeate Mjaay mightt
esheme. ... I and took a trp to Co-y W end. He
Terrorist Bomb KIll Twe. had with him his 98later and
lads. Jussfaa IPfIad. June I.- lltemant as well Nas tephen klad ,
Two delegates were )"ed aaf two' So of the late Senator Mate. The
lidlers and three other perans were d6ee took nla early all the sheWg and
wemided on tee street here Tuesay aM be greatly enjoyed them.
by a bomb thrown at the police -** .
daile by terrorists. A patrl of in-ta Uiaverety a e
ftatry. attracted by the exploesto. eavItue. Tean.. Jun 5--Th eel-
ppmared on the scene *so afterwards tiet of t I; '< ersity of leaes-
sad pe*ed fire on the crowd. wouma.- S oeteMoaal was eoeadieed TIM.-
ag titrteen prsoas. Thirty ru &ay gMralnw with the Saneal
*we made. Vmasssm t aets"sk, when ftly
eta wef were gpadnated. TBe e-.
S sapped Dead on Cowrt eem. tannit -aaIIM was delivered by 0ov.
0etumbla. 8. .. Jane .--Colenae Mr It R. Patters. *
JkAM R. Cualp. a premlai SoutO h Car .
*Ua an probate Afte at Chster aI.' .* 1t 0 M*
tO roped ed la the seewt *gb *. 5 s.-*AMeai -
beNe at Cheever NMasy aeInae ..W ev uwWa S h
4of hMas ere MIS NA SM 4 a.
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Tried to Jump After Babe
Youngstown, 0., Jun \
months' old baby fell 75 f* .::
arms of its mother, Mr.. T,[' i'*-
rl, and escaped death. 1T' ,
er had met a friend on tlh. Mi t
street viaduct and stopped to ;i ;, :
her. The child wriggled f: :i. :-
mother's arms. When 1n,, s.j A
child fall the woman becanic f .
and It required the efforts ,f -" '
passersby to keep her from throw:r"
herself over the viaduct aftr '"
child. TIhe babe landed in of, nl'
and will recover.

Kindness Wins Bequest of 200.000.
Bueyrus, 0.. June 5.-.Mr- ':.0
OGillies, of this el has fallen .'::
nearly $200,000 because of a ki :'
do6e to a salk maa. She w'
merly Miss Della Jordan. o
elty. She married Charles 1:t, ,f:
this city, a professor at Ann A. '
After the latter's death hs 'e> *'
nursing. In this capar t ty bh"
a attoedaace eo Charles W ',.
a rich lumbeormn of Michigan, X
Moore died of aescer. In hi' *., '
Aft his estate to three r',ative, "
Mrs. Olils Ia ,ual parts

Searne'0 0trIke Virtually Ede. -
Pats, Jaue 5.-T *'
srie aIs regaerded as belag s
ended ad the mes are ev '
S to ress- s we* wI'r. tWa"
t hours. 7%The nBtia -r eo03
Pa"M hav G Meepted (th'
mat' s raevem deatlons a nd
stre tOe eieers mad cre,*
llatle a y penaltOes.

et*Sasted Maysr f P ",.
L a sd igs. Ora., Jue. '
1le. gnoS e aMW 1Dinupe
l 41 ile, was re-ele9 d a "'
etind MNeabybby about 8'
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BOAT CAPSIZED AND

FOUR MEN DROWN


A Fifth HEs an Unexceptional
Experit nee.

AmA 41 TO OVERTURNED SLOOP

Edward Auth Sees His Companicns,
With Farewell Gesture, Sink Be.
neatb the Waves-Osaster Off the
C.nnaetlou Coat.
New York,.June 5.-Four men lost
their lives and the fifth sufferul an
erience such as few men have i'vel
rough in the wreck of tne slp
ell '"of Brooklyn, off Norwalk,
0onn., In the gale of Sunday.
Upward Auth, of 1kratoga aviwnue,
Brooklyn, Joint owner of tne vessel,
with his brother Jacob, saw his coal-
panions, Including his brother anil his
brother-ln-law. llp, one by onr [row
tbe bottom of the overturned ilop,
mad with a word of farewell, ak
below the turbulent waves nuver to
appear again.
After Edward Auth had larholI him.
self to the stera of the wreck,, rl vft
with a abort rope, he becanie uticon-
sclous from exposure and sanmk iok
to meet the fate of the otiier.s The
rope held him floating on tht uA:i.te
with his faoe Just out of the \\a:er,
and hours later, akltoat as a c..',,.
he was picked up by th t",t Wyo-
ming and taken to New liavizn
It was not until Auth ga.e a P*ig%'
sign that a fliokerlng spark of life
remained In his boby that he wi teaI-
e. into the warmth of the tugs en-
gine room, and then, through %:i"r-
ous treatment and the admiuintir:i!n
of powerful stimulants, he 'a, k-kp!
alive until the boat had won it.s rt.
with death to the harbor and h-. w,,
sent to a hospital.
In barely audible gasps Auth t,,i
of the wreck of the Belle andJ df "
fate of his companions, a:.d t. ", 'e
more lapsed into unconm', :ui. -.


VICTIMS Of 'AN !ARTWIOUAKK

Great Number of Houses Were Der
stroyed*and ,Many Persons Have
Been Left In DeosItute and Starving
Condition-Relief Measures.
victoria, B. C., June 6.-The
steamer Shawmut brought newq..bf a
disastrous loss of life following an
earthquake at Hiring Klang.
A telegram received from Pekin by
the Nshl bhimbun at Toklo, shortly
before the Shawmut sailed, report-
ed that 4,000 people wore' crushed
to death, a vast number of houses de-
stroycd and many pervjono left stary-
Ins. ,. ,*
The Emprens Dowager has tele-
graphed urgent instructions to the
local governors to take measures to
relieve the distress.

Japan Seeks Apology.
Toklo, Jtne 6.-Count Okumu, for-
merly leader of the progressive party
who has retired Irom acNve politics.
but who is still a leader of public
opinion, is prominently quoted in the
opposition newspapers as urging the
concentration of Japanese national qftr
forts toward the settlement of the
San Francisco question; that Japan
should have a public apology from the
mayor of San Francisco and also that
the Japanese should receive the treat-
ment similar to that given to An-
glo-Saxona Is the United, States.

Fairbanks at Chattanooga.
Chattanooga, Tenn., June 5.-Vice
president and Mrs. Fairbanks arrlv-


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THE rF 2s- RTURNN.

Quilnttte.ot Anglers Had Big
T(ine ati Cedar Key.
1JO1J qplntetteb of anglers, com-
W. R. Mcltinstr, Lee Graham,
Oraham, E. B. Brown and Cap-
A. i. Blandingl, have returned
most delightful fishing trip at
XEy, opposite Oedar Key.
y secured a bpat Cedar Key
rapt where the fash was at,"
eo of them expressed it. There
al minds of reports about the sue-
of thd trip, but the more con-
alUv of the party give the catch
n sharks,,. a boat-load of
W. Apt bottom fish which almost
the craft, and a numerous
ent of members #f the finny

SWANSON STOLE A GUN.

This Offense He Is Sentenced to
Three Months in the Gang.
or sMatealing a plstol from a party

"was armagnedlh Juntice Bexley's
in th4t town. and sentenced to
t months at hard labor in the


*Qp ty Sheriff I. T. Walker too
Piate of the pts8ter, who was turn
over to Meansa Co., the naval
laMpperatcrs at Lennon.
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Ber & Co.,-. V r N. V. When
writing aens ret this gesnrous
offer n tlh ps. p Jt, make alny
mistake,tp*rtti mc., Swamp-
Root, QV. inmer48aitia oot, and the
addre b7Jl honu, Y., n every
bottle.

ACOIO T U iSAA J. CARTER.

Sustallod O*NIt O imb as Result'
of a Runaway- Saterday Night.
As a rumlt 'of a unsaway, in which
he was thrown violently from his
buggy, Ira J. Carter, a well-known
young una who owns and conducts a!
farm in th~ Beunlgton section, sue'
tatind a broken leg and was other.
wlse injured.
The runaway occurredd Saturday
night, when Mr. Carter, who came
to Galesville on business, was re-
turning to his home., He was brought
to this city, and is now with the fam-
fly of W. P. Carter, where he to re-
ceiving every attention.
Friends of Mr. Carter regret very
incbh his 'misfortune, but trust he
will soon be enabled to resume his
duties.
FRANCIS MULBRIRY RELEASED.

She uooseeedt In Giving the Bond
of WO0 Required by Justice Colman.
Francis Mulberry, the aged negro
woman who has been in prison for
the past few days4 upon a charge
of murder In the second degree, hav-
Ing caused." It is alleged, the death
of Queen Clements, also colored, by
administering drugs In an *ffRot to
effect a crtiinal operation, is again
free, having succeeded in securing
through her attorney, Evans Halle,
the bond of $500 required by Justice
Colman.


l To Our Friends and Patrons.
SThe closing of our banking depart-
ment is now fixed for the 5th of July.
This will be immediately succeeded
by The Dutton Bank, a State institu-
tion organized by and to be conducted
and managed by some of the most re-
liable and conservative men of the
city and vicinity.
All deposits in the bank of H. F.
Dutton & Co. wft be transferred to
the new bank. unless otherwise direct-
ed by the depositors, and business will
continue without change or terruption
of any kind. The new bank will for.
ward receipts and all necessary papers
to the depositors.
Parties holding time ertflleate of
deposit can have them redeemed at
once, with Interest or can hold them
until their maturity. to suialt the wishes
or convenence of the holder The
new bank will Isse certficaea with
like condltleas if parties so desire.
We beopeak for our sccessors the
same liberal patroage that we have
recetwed. They are mn so well Imown
h this viciny th they will have
abeddy *seft th'e~elemd b e f oth-
era a& they have of otelveh. They
ask for your 'patrmoa a pd will
turn in favors as Uia a a co-
Servative method of 4 hig blnaess
will permit If otr oM dopnttohm
who have bees with as so may year
wii extend to them tMhe se col-
deaoe, favors and patronage that they
hae so lUberally gives they wllad
to the many ~t nA MdWer wia
they have pi ees4 0i.
H.r. Dattoa & Co. wUl hadAe

H. F. Dt. &. 0 0W t wI 00


John W. ,elly, Agent- Atlatic
Cout dne, b I n Trou l.

HiS ANitST CAUSED SURtRISE

Arrest We Mad on Two Warrants
ween Ot"t by Repreentatle of the
Ame ee0 Surety Company, Charg.
Ing Xmbeaxlement and Forgery.
Infoti comes from L.eebura
to the eet that John W. Jolly, ag"t
for the AantO'Coaot Line i th
point, W'A -reested Wednesday on
two warrants sworn out by a repre.
tentative of the Amerkian Burety
Company of New York, one of which
is the aleed embesslement of $2,148
while the othef.warrant charges Joly
with having forged the niaea of cer-
tain meqasges of the 'Southera- Ex.
press Company to eight express oe-
celpts, said to have represented that
many "remittances," aggregating
$1.817, to the East Florida Savings
and Trust Company in Palatka for deo
posit, which money was not received
by the bank.
The alleged shortage was discover.
ed by 0. W. Watson, a traveling audit-
or, who says that the accused made
a full confession to him after being
confronted wthb the express receipts
alleged to have been forged for the
purpose of deceiving the auditor, and
thereby obtained credit for $1,317
supposed to have been in transit. '
The defendant will have a prelimi-
nary hearing tomorrow before Judge
J. B. Milan in Tavares, the county
seat of Lake county.
Mr. Jolly has hitherto borne aa ex-


cent reputation, and bis arrest
a great shock to his friends here
and elsewhere.
/-
FENNELL8 WERE PLEASED.

Visited Richmond, the Jamestown Ex-
position and National Capital.
John Fennell of Melrose, and 4sn,
J. Morgan Fennell of this city, have
returned from a visit to* the Confed-
erate reunion at Richmuond, and while
absent extended their yisit to Wash-
ington and the Jamestown exposition.
Morgan Fennell states that their
visit was a most enjoyable one. Rich-
4qond was crowded with old soldiers
aMl visitors, this reunion being one,
of the most largely attended ever held.
In speaking of the Janoestown Expo-
sitionm Mr. Pennell states that, not-
withstanding that many of the build-
ings have not yet been complleted,
It was a great show, and is being
attended by thousands from every
section of the United States, and all
who attend appear to express them-
selves as being satisfied.
A brief stay was made In Washing-
ton, which Mr. Fennell describes as
being one of the handsomest and
most model cities he has ever-visited.

ORANGE HEIGHTS NEWS.
Orange Heights. June 4.-Rev.
Eads preached at this place Satur-
day night, Sunday morning and Sun-
day night.
Jim Lumpkin. who has been vis-
Itiug his uncle. James Lumpkin. in
Texas, Is expected home before long.
Ttere's no place llkt home to Jim.
R. 0. Dashiell is having an addi-
tion built to his house.
Miss Louise Eads and little sister,
Katherlne, left for their home in
Waldo. after a brief visit of several
days with Laurel Paulwen.
Miss Ella Jqliy has Just returned
from a visit to Waldo.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mceally of
Gainesville spent ntaday with Mr.
and Mrs. M. K. Jolley.
The Union Sunday school will
have eblldrens' day exercises next
Sunday.

Mr. Reebuek Injured.
Those, Roebusa. who resides with
his family at SM4 West Court street.
had the misfortune a day or two ago
to fall. severely spraining an arm.
Friends trust to ae him entirely re-
covered in a short time. however.


Alhu CuAltj abstract Co.

Perry M. am7. nes: J. w Usame Ties
PrS: 3 a m llse..-TfVs.
GAIIESVLLE, K LA.

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You Are Assured
That no aoiruo lol 6M overcome you without you have some
refuge. 4 _


?ie'Lek lfrid wi UH alhlh rahnrce,
Sleme bus reliable Oo8pa4 6 Represented.


SA. M. CU SHMAN, 1
J I1 frsod. GA InVILLE, FLORIDA



SzSiR s. JORDAN. W. W. HAMPON.


JORDAN & COMPANY


INSURANCE


POUTBM BLOCK


OAINBSVILLE. FLORIDA


rIn theand Accoldestent anbe
Firq, Lifeand Accident companies


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MERCHANT & CO.,


Retailers and Jobbrs to


Staple and Fancy Grocerie,


Grain, Gardusd and Fertilizers,


l0oom SIDE SQUARE.


I I G OAINESVILLE. FL.:i'.


Highess market prioe paid for OChikens. Eggs and other Prltdns


A Complete stock of Hay Coor, Oats, Flour. Bran, Meal. Cotton .e
and Rye. We handle only the VERY BEST goods at the LOV *
EST PRIOE.S and guarantee satutfetion always.





Schedule Effective April S0, 1906.


No. No. No. 3
Daily SunOnly DaUr ex
Sun


STATIONS


No. <
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Leave Leasve Leave I Arrive Arrive A. r;+
00 ; 1 so 1 240 ..........Live Oak........ 4O 5 4o to''
Ar8t 8 ArO1 At 940 t . LvT 38 Lv 0 I.v il-
LvY 4I Lv4 5 Lv410 TI .....DOWU Park.. .. Art ls Ar 4 Ar
*7 457 Ar4t ......MayoJuboUo o....... i 43 v -
Ar 0 o IAr65 0 Ar 40 ......... P rr ............ ......... Lv3 1 -N'L '
AriOArt~!2_ Ar.*. .rin.. smptojT Ii I ..-.. Lvt 0S Lv a UV Lv 7
Cosseetion made at Downs#U Park forb su trans to and from Uve Oak .n d ''
Ison ad Mayo JuUssom for Mayo. Alton d alU aInrmedfate points.
er latformastia as to coeiosU wish otber linee. 'phoe or call on Ger"
Asest: 'pbmoe sr. Lewtia DMtolU. Lv Oak..
THOMAS DOWLING. PreWoenti, R P. HOPINS. Gemerai Phwr,
Ova OAL. owamA.


a'WE SELL
All of Oar Goods Under Our Personal Guarantee. A Tr .n
We Know Will Oo'0Vooe You That We Handle Only the Bt-
Can Buy:
Pure-Rye Case Goods, All F. 0. B. Jacksonville:
Nut Wood.......... ........... per bottle, $1.75. (t'a*
Old Forrester .. ......... ." 1.).
Old Boo . . . . . . . .1.25.
Def's Malt....................... '100.
Oaasdi*"' Club..... .... . . .1..0.
Most 'v-ree ........... ........ 0.
Three Feaen r...... ....... 2.0O.
lwlae .' W........................" 1..
Harlt 1 5


in WilUiam. V. O. P.. per bottle ..............
Ktag William, V. O0. P., per ease ........... ..
Dewars. per bottle. $1.10, eas......................
BlSak sad Whilte, per bo10le3.$ 1.0 .. .
Irish Whiskq:
Deavill's. per bottle, $1J.0, aM ...............
Jae. Jarnison, & Son, per lbole. $1 4O, ease......

F. P. W white sad jug . .. .. ............ .
N.O 0. Whlto, beer ............. ........
N . bie.n e .............. .. .... .....
Laurel Valley Old04 n ............ ..
Rokhy Fork. per bottle. ...........
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SHarvard ,MaO seer., e (10 isee m siesl) 311:
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IJT PASSED BY LRgOsATREU

Measure Provides That Pta tO* *SS
ly Al Who served in the CivWar D O R'
will Receive Aid from the S1tate* u wR.TOR
The Bill in Full. 11111atstmlla wootn
uown is the pensi bhll which i it ay wl that we recommend a
Sowin islature wDensn has l ft tor of known quality to or
aIsed the Legslature which has just W o o
jdourned and which prove aid for'
all veterans over the ag of six*t Wa "OD RL .ESS"
: gn*** :** ** a -
Abill to entitled an act creating a, e**auta gi 0
of pensions, defning who Ise :0
receive pensioM, and who sIhall I .,M
M t receive pensions, ho shall be 8i
retained as pensioneM how applied, ti
tioes shall be made, how peni*ci fy Perfd nfret r tMon In T r.
IUDl be paid. duty of WmtY om- : C $110dWill1111interes every boukeeper is
hall be paid. d of new refrigeraor
nIgsioners in regard to p4 .O, pr'AL* aRu ?oP T A51Ns
hiding for the levy of a pwadn tax Tsa KSnewe ma evolTqume oeupav
ad authorlinsl the State Board of. _aUtesy A
Pensions to make regulations to car-
Sry into effect the provisions of th
Be it enacted by the Legislature of
the State of Florida:
Section 1.-That the Governor, B i I
comptroller and the treasurer of this
sate are hereby constituted the Company I
tBate Board of Pensions.'
Section 2.-Any person who enlisted
and served in the military or the naval Phone 7.
forces of the Confederate States or I
of this State, Including home guards of United Confederate Veterans or
and reserves during the war between of any two good citizens of his county
the States of the United states, and showing that he rendered the service
did not desert the Confederate or or is a member in good standing in a
State service, and who was a bona fide camp of UAlted Confederate Veltrans.
citizen continuously for ten years pri- Section' 7.-The board of county
or to *ate and fling of the applica- commissioners of the county in which
tion for pension, and who is over the the applicant resides shall investi-
age of sixty years at the date of ap- gate all claims made under this act
plication, shall receive one hundred and report upon the application
dollars per annum in quarterly pay- whether or not the pension applied
Aets; all other persons who lost a for shall be granted.
limb or limbs, an eye or who are per- Section 8.-The State Board of Pen-
manently disabled by reason of sions shall furnish annually suitable
wounds or disease to gain a livell- blanks for making such reports and
hood by manual labor shall be en. shall file applications for pensions
titled to receive each per annum, in immediately on receipt of same.
quarterly payments, the following Seion 9.-All sums required for
Fort total lossw t: the payment qt pensions to, appli-
For total loss of aioht. $150; leos cants under the provisions of this act
one eye. $100; loss of a foet or leg. shall be paid by warrants drawn by
$1: loss of a and, $125; loIe of the comptroller on the treasurer of
both hands, $150; los of both feet, the State In favor of the appllant,
S1.P; loss of one hand and one foot for them which he or she may be
Ot same $150; personal injuries, dis- entitled, out of any monies in the
ease or age whereby the person is treasury of the'State in favor of the
unable to earn a livelihood by manuel ppleant, for the Sum which he or
labor $100; total disability as shown she may be entitled, out of which he or
by affdat of a reputable physician in the treury not otherwise ap-
Section 3.-The widow of any de- tion 10.-The county commis-
ced soldier or sailor who enlisted tonrs of 10.-The county commishall at least
d served in the military or naval in each year oealine the pen-
erie of the Confeoderate S Tae or J rolls of their respective counties
f tis Staterves, inludur home gu and ascertain whether or not any per-
th resertates, of the warUnited S between so on said pension roll should be
t Stat des of the Unitd tat dropped from same by re a not
did not desert the eonkfed eae or be entUtled to daw sid pension
Sate the, su hall e entered o rs der the provislous of this st and
e the sum f e hundred las report of theft andlta to the
Provided, such widow was l herey thorised to drop sm p'-
5rFriod to aid silr te o t sth i in ther j -
* prior to taln of a ant. te same should be done.
*tao for peasion, and has oan- sotom 11.-The state Board of
tiuously resided* ten Pitshio shall forward to each ipe-
And the widow of L -- ........
l'h was t lte s hole evleMn e tth l of
a7wtng a pesiom fr ga te l eu t orayo ofthe
sh*ll be opanted a Mewn.s pemmt r61a Of e
UOOK Satisfactory proof ot b me Se 15.'The B *D assa*
rt* her res cel n the to be agu etd and colleted a tax lof
tbe d$bfrelr hto md. 4 md four mil.s pr dollar ea all propetY
b b requr to gla to senemmmet which bs e .
Spoof of her hushemas servi, bet Mtutoe a t_ r the payment of

*r this act shal a-ko a preF ma pu_.
th 'eremi- if Mhing. l e in T W ad fw
Sftti,m .av e t md m to


-~ ;so P~sampluee a th p~e o hsan it "hIl be
~p*0 roe the unats Mtane or ~S eimr hsSat
U- anyoqu a peTk ulf w e0012- $ave OW m~ appmoed =d ulgi
&"o am S.Po 44L thi e. byq der-sof teg Ow A ut rt
SuVik2r S.....p.o ofti of pft by Am a .P~uelor any ofter
'lC~ande pCef g aF o th Lqie- eiM' asodrind by law to simile
we~d rote ad fo ems is-beg a SML
dezt'sI.Te :eqoft~ifte:1E~.1-h tt er
'WIbeUS&jj 66 Pfod d" Pleasme the rules Md
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Dowgias Jackson, colored. wa Irw
nrged tothe mayor's eonrt TI
day apo a charge of flgtl&. the
m phalat having been eteed by
A. Cbesoutolobes. who tested
that without provocation Jaeb em-
terw his store and streak t.
JMasm found this a rather upem
sve masMer of gettlo a mt1 el.
If be ad a griwvance, a the ayor
ed him $10 and cot.

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*athb,-" slid the maJl by, w"hWt
is anaptienitr
"Aa eptf lmt. my aw. b a WO wbO
elieves e wMether bIes e1 u s
pledietne pre favomem sad wh. oee-
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ommendations to the Governor at
least thirty days before the meeting S S HEALS
of the Legislature. H E AL
Said board shall make rules and S
regulations for the conduct of tibirr O* I. O L D I .O R E S
business as they may deem proper,
not In conflict with the spirit and pur- An old sore or ulcer is onlv a symptom, an outlet for the impurities and
pose of the pension laws. They may poisons which are in the bblxi, anti as lon as this vital fluid remains is
emplo a clerk this impre, contaminated state the place will never heal. The application
employ a clerk at a salary not ez -of salve-, washls, pow.lers, etc., mav *--se the s:>ot to scab over, hut a fresh
ceeding five hAndred dollars per an- outpouusng of diseased matter from the blood starts it again, and thus it goes
num payable quarterly out of the on, gradually growing worse and slowly affecting the entire health of the
State treasury on the certificate of sufferer. There are many ways in which the 'blood becomes contaminated
the chairman of the said board. and poisoned. A long spell of sickness bret-ts di.tease genus in the system,
Section 15.-That all laws and the failure of the eliminative members to remove the refuse and waste matter
parts of laws In conflict with the pro- of the body, the excessive use of minenra medici: s in certain diseases, all
visions of this act be and are hereby infect the blood with morbid matter and germs w i ~. oner or later is man-
repealed. ifcsted by a sore that refuses to heal. Persons wit: in'cvrted blood taint are
repea very apt to be afflicted with sores and ulcers. The t.int may lie dormant
Section 1.-That this act shall take during young, vigorais life, but when middle age is rk.ihed or pauWed and
effect upon Its approval by the Gover- the natural energies Wbin to grow weaker, the tissues in some weak point
nor. break down and a chronic sore is formed and k, 1t open by the cqatat
drainage of impure matter from the blood. If the c. ut is int removet4
THE NEW$ FROM MELA08E. sore will continue to grow worse by eating deeper into the tfl -l, fes.tel
discharging, and slowly undermining the constitution. S. S S. heales
I Important Meeting of the Town Ceun- sores by going down to the very bottom of the trouble, driving outf
cil-Telephone Franhhlse Granted. impurities and building upthe enftrecirculation. When S, 8 S. has re
T met in regular the cause the blood becomes rich and healthy, the sore bewins to h-eal. al
The townconcll met in regular esh is formed, and soon the place is cured. Do not pnd on ext
session on Monday night and acO applications, which do not reach the blood, but lbwgin the use of S. S. S. a
complished a lot of good *work by remove of the cause, and then the sore must heal. Book on Sores .amd Ul1
reducing the debt on the town hall, and medical advice free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, A
granting a telephone franchise, __________________
amending an important ordinance, Ill.____
etc.
A very useful piece of work Is belng
undertaken by some of out liberal-
spirited citiseas in the shape of a IIL IM
public well to be located in the center (Ix.o zpoze'ltel
of Bellamy avenue, just about where E.E VOYLE. MGR.
the three counties meet. The work
the well underwaes The work Abses of Title and full iaftemation furnished regarding plans is
is well underway. aiona. Outr manager has Ited In this eoautr lihrty yeas and
Mrs. M. E. Mullin left yesterday for h thoroughly hsonlrant with land title n s
a visit to her, daughter at Tampa.
There will be services at the Lu. -
thieran church on Sunday, June 9, at .0J E M"
Mrs11 a. m Corpw and son are IJR, AOOID T, BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INBURAANOR. 1A
Stra. W. H. Corpew and son are *septiag a number of promisneat Amerleaand Enfli ob empatlk.
the guests of Mrs. A. H. Craig. REAL1STATI AND CITY LOANS .
The town hall flag was flying on Gair* ~ e r .le E L 1.Or.lB ,
Monday in honor of Jeff Davis' birth-
day. JAIn. M.OGUARA, President H. 9. TATOwN, uheS A
The Steamer Albert made a trip to Q "W. Is1s,. Vl1-Pmsideas Las I Au. Aso. OMtshief
Waldo on Monday, -but did not get eO
through up account of the low water
in the canal.THE FIRST NATIONAL BAN
W. H. Lee has gone to Lake But-
ler to fliilsh the erection of a large Orw r iA 'Gr' r T TI" '
storehouse.
Mrs. Alma Saunderson. a trained .... UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY ...
nurse from Oalnesville, has arrived
to takecharge of Mrs. Rose, who 0 apital........ ...... .........100,000 00
shows very little Improvement. Surplus ............ ........... 20,000 00
LITTLE POCKET PHYSICIAN. Ifteresl Paid on vying. 1heeaste d Certilloase of Depol* All 3
aeseseted Proppsli.
Hyomel is Guaranteed by J. W. Me. -I.T.',
Collum to Cure Catarrh.
Thousands who have been cured by
Hy-o-met call the inhaler that comes 11.W1D 1119*
with every outfit the "Little Pocket
Physician," as it is so small that it
The Is ren e wt" H. F. DUTTON & CO
can be carried in the pocket or purse.
There Is really no excuse whatever I D IC O II I-
for anyone having catarrh now that
Hy-o-mei In so readily obtainable. If
you have any doubt about its value.
3. W. McCollum will let you have a M
complete outfit, with the understand-
ing that unless It cures catarrh, it
will not cost you a cent.
Do not delay longer the use of Hyo --- Ar DEALIRS I1--1-
met if you suffer with catarrh. This
tois a purely local disease, and Hijm-Bl
goes igbt to the spot where thea Qf Tc a Tc a -Oa. A
tarrh germs are preset, destroys
thel, soothes and heals all tanmla1
tion sad makes a permanent and last-
The complete Hy-omel outfit con.
lats of the "Little Pocket Physician" pesseasmib bu .....em 7e ..N -,e s ism e a M .Hs
a a bottle of Hyemel and costs on- h-n sse lgtg-- __ ....-_ n sI_-1g- e-_ ._ _-_ g .
welnesh fme s e nM ellisigaeisISe I M s .m u giga a .d
ly 1, making It the most eooooomleal *o --le-l t-ai ia.
as wet as only guarated treat men
for the cure of catarrh. Rtmmber ,
that Hiyomel care cstarrb without
temach dostng. applying the m*dia-
thu sad healing where the diMsag 0. -""'-'----- '' -
*w55 af premet.
In M year's teu"t.


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Efnsville Man Pays One
iea -t ion Alimonr,

TR4lg MARRIAGE AGAIN

Formerly Relded Ih d Oe e.
,1lmIe Where He W ell kn'on
everaI Years Ago-M0ved to- Jack.
nville, Later 0o0In 1 44w Yort.
Following closely upon a decree of
a Westclhester (4; T.Y County
Aort, which ave e i second wife
divorce and ,8pO,000 alimony, Johnl
ye Elliott, a mining 'promoter, has
ain wed, and Is now on his way 'to
EMurope with his third bride.
The bridfeIs pad to have been a
.Mis MoorU of Wat BSXl.Mth.street,
New York, d agbter of Mra.. 0. .
00P.0 T1 6eremony by which she
Ital 44 to the mining man was
Si~6tkly 1 ad secretly held that it
i l a1e tically to an elopement.
Id former Mnr. 1B1tt, now trav-
40 th ier daughter, evidently
N*itire that Bet *x-husband had
ed another marrtfae even while
laWyers were paying over the
Wlpealty she won In her suit.
the marriage was no more secret
her own dlveor.
.'. ott ptteat oc the Con.
ArIosia 0 mettt Company
-a member of the Metropolitan,
NW York. Athl*e, the Ardsley,
PW'.. City and City Middy
.-New York Mail. /
Former GAlnesviliq Man.
': Love Elllott wW for several
a reident of Galnesville; and
4e 'known by many the older
t here. Leaving this city he
St to Jacksonville, later proceeding
oNew York, where he has enjoyed
S900eM J8 mi ninag ventures. His
Wife, now deceased, was a daugh-
of the late David Wlison of Jack-
he died leaving two
rd, who are now with their
il-r. Their grandmother still rk-
M i Jacksonville.
Mr. Mllott now has his third wife.

JEPPInDAVIS MEMORIAL.

'Ldle1 of J. J. Finley Chaptenr U.
"' &, Observed This Oooasion.
'.Ms. a4d Mrs. G. K. 9roome goner-
Saly tendered their home to the
bliss of the J. J. Plnley Chapter, U.
0C., to hold their annual Jefferson
vt Memorial exercises.
.' ThlI year the exerqlees took the
of an historiesa reading, Inter.
d with a very much appreciated
program. The exercises
m*^U 1as follows:
aMusle Variations of Dixie, Miss
Pound.
a ding-Deeoription of the Davis
pavuent, Mrs. J. L. Medlln.
i s--"SuunNy Softh" Solo by Miss
labell Pedrick with aeorus of youag


'' -eading (by request)-From Mem-
|jtt of Mrs. Jefferson Davis, Mr. W.
S Haapton.
u M cl, Selection-Mass Leonora

eadimg-Mrs. J. W. Teach.
DuIt-Misses Lena Muster and BDe-
doale eUy.
The chapter feble especially pleased
that It was represeatd at the n.veil-
S orameoan o the3 Jdoeersm Davis
ument, on' June 8 d. at Aihmond,
by their prtdemt. Mrs. J. M. Taylor.
The ladie of the chapter wh to
thak' all their rieaas who MftGb -
USd by their a.eltaoe %in ma g
the eveonlg's etertalameot a seo-
0aus. The exerdcse elosed by a
N'uba of a dosen velees of v0-
bites and gentlem sipglmg the oam
war asag. whieh it Is useless to 0y
oeloted a generous applause ad
oAght tals to the eye of mamy
'f the older ones present.
SThe houben was beautifully del0
taled with the Confederate colors mad
reg, also pot plants and cut SOWUrV.
ot which was very much admued
hr the r and appreciative ai-

l 4$the eloe of the program the
of the chapter served refresh-

SAneIent Reme
e-,%w merly a memory of the
AosI aaew Liaiment is the
t of the tweteth on.
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for lI your womanly Ills. It can never do harm, and is certan to do good.
lrs, Sall*. H. Blair, of Johnson City, Tenn., tt "I had suffered from omaly troubles for sx.
ta and had fow doctor, but they could abt b me, unt I b to take Wine of Cardw.
Now I think I am about wA." At As reliable $dne. S$1.00 bottles. TI.
-USCIW A I 'l' zN' f of Sil"I vIt 7.w iM W4 oi. nee M
WM 1 dawlte yMAr mnx &11h w, -Ic maildelope.


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A HAPPY MARRIAC% HAGUE HAPPENING .
A Hague, June 5.-Mrs. Olmstead of
Lonnie Hurst and Misa Almedia Alachua is visiting friends here this
Harrod United In Matrinobny. week.
A quiet but bapyy marriage was M. B. Davis left Monday for Crystat
soleomnised at the boato of Mr. and River to look after his mercantile
Mrs. A. r. Harrod Wednqsday morn- Interests there.
ing, the contracting parties being We are sorry to report that Mrs.
Almedia Harrod, their daughter, and Wilkins, who has been sick for sev-


uuuiW nur In wuia. marUr james
Lee of the Advent Chriglan .church
officiating. There were only a few
intimate friends of the family pres-
ent.
The groom has a number of friends
in this city, having at one time re-
sided here. He ii now employed by
the Thels-Zachary Purniture Company
of Ocala. The bride is a well-known
and popular young lady, having many
friends
Mr. and Mrs. Hurst left on the 1:30
train for their future home in Ocala,
carrying With them the best wishes
of a beot of friends.

SULPHUR RINGS HtALTH,

Purifies the ilood and Clears Up the
.. Complexlen.
Everybe o needs to take sulphur
at this a on. Nothing like it to puri-
fy the blood, clear up the complexion
and remove "that tired feeling." But
the only way to take it is in liquid
form. 1inoook's Liquid Sulphur
taken Intermily Is the best Spring
tonic. Applied externally Hancock's
LtIuld Sulphur quickly cures Eczema,
Tter, and all Skin Diseases. Han-
cock's, the only Liquid Sulphur Oint-
ment, removes Pimples, Blackheps
and Sores, and gives a beautiful oft,
velvety skin. Your druggist sells It.
It cured Edward D. Herring of Preder.
Ick, Md., of a bad case of ocsema, and
he writes: "My face Is as smooth as
an infant's."
All-about-Sulphur Booklet free, it
you write Hancock Liquid Sulphur
Co., Baltimore.

ADVENT CHRISTIAN CHURCH.


Elder Joe Sheroues Continues to In-
tereet Large Congregations.
The meeting st the Advent Chris-
tlan church are incrsWsat in numbers
and interqat, and those who attend
them exprea themselves as being
greatly benefited. Elder Sheroue is
a pleasant ad ama able speaker. His
subject Tuesday evenlag was "How
to Be Saved," and the srmo= was
a grand one, abowlfa that there is
only one way and that through Christ
by faith and obedlseo.
Special subjects will be handled
during' the week which wil be of
much Interest to tabN who are In
search of truth. Werybody Is in-
vited. and we hope to hav large
attendance throughout the week.
JAS. LM
RHEUMATISM CAN SB CURED.
That rheumatisa s one of the most
obstinate of diea m- -ost physlaaM
will declare, and that age It takes
irm hold upon the baums system its
victim I In for a period of great
suffering Is equally trum. ModernM
Methods In l %e are however,
doing much to rob rhatWmum of Its
terrors, and doctors of wide Per-
leaoe say that nla the treatmet of the
dtseae gret access ftoows the bdth-
tl use of these prese:ptlera: Have
a good druggist prepare aaurnlm
tio tablets comnosed of 2% palms
oiut. BIcarbonate. 3 grame JPCU
Ite Acid and 1 'mlS Wa of Co-
abb=. Take oae ol thme bleft be-
te" each meal. tl-eag It nme.
dlately with a glaw of wamr. Afte
each meal take one table-posesul of
a pretration of % es. IM t x-
tract of B ch. 1 drIam nuN tract
f Horn Nette, I ea. Ame4 CordaL
% os. dWM artraet of Uverwwt amd
14 oass. of water. AMy areftO r-
acy cas epaWmA th_ _p
tons. The trlu e t. whesh et
be eautmel tor a math. to IW r oIN
to work weaore, evMe to sa
havey rsta ether


eral weeks, is no better.
R. H. Montgomery visited Gaines.-
ville Monday afternoon.
R. C. Small spent Sunday after.
noon at Burnett's Lake.
Mrs. M. B. Davis and sister, MisS
Grace Milligan. made a brief trip
to Gainesville Tuesday.
Mrs. Odom f High Springs made
a brief visit here Sunday afternoon.
Several of our young people enjoyed
a pillea u t R. H. Holstein's Saturday
eveninta. They report that chicken
and rice "am a mighty fine 'tidg."
J. B. Bell, Jr., of Gainesville was
here yesterday, looking after'his wood
business.
Rev. Brown of LaCrosse will hold
services here next Sunday.

Report Absolutely Denied. ,
Paris, June 5.-A report a bben
i1 circulation on the continent that ne.
oflatlons were, in program between
Tqance and Great Britain for the ex-
haaaAen of\the New Hebrid, In the
Pacifle ocean, having New Caledonia
on the south and the Fiji Islands on
the east, for Sierra Ldooe, the Brit-
1ah colony on the west oast ft Af-
rica. Inquiries on the subject at
the foreign office elicit am absolute
denial of the report.

APPEARING OLD

Aetso ass Bar to PfesttI.e Bmploy.
You cannot afford to grow 0-11.
In these days of strenuous competition
It is necessary to maintain. as l-nf as
postble ones youthful appearance. *
'It ol Impeelble to do ththis wl t r
,sling a Iwhurlous rrqth of ha!r.
The iprepence of Danditft ilkates the
presence of a bur- .w' g eirrm which
lives and thrives on. I.e roots of the
hair until it eiibseq r al baldnes.i.
fNewbro's Herpiclde ts the only known
destroyer of this pest, end it 1i as effec.
Uivo as It is delightful to use
Herpctd* makes an elegant hair drss-
ftg as well as Dandruff cure.
SA4eept no ubstttuto--therq 'I none.
SoA bx leaodl dntlod IIt e Ic. In
tmaim for sampl t *Nhe H6rpct4d Co..
Detroit. t .L
J 8. Bodlford & Ot, Speial Age"te.


ALACHUA COUIT!,,,,


Alashma monty Is 0e00 amre
are, has S Madles mileoad 00
lmlep waser road, UM opohteea
,30~saw mIwie, 78,000 enrt
e four aewsemp ad pro
doae esO, s oi., te, ager.,
Gate, rye, .pae>M. piapples, or.
sage. Mpesebse. et plum, Jin


salesMrillli. tim Culeu SL.
Ba fourth rehebes, twoe
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Jacksonville and New York,
Calling at CHARLESTON. 8. 0., both ways.

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Freight bervise Betweri JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
PBOVID CE, Wknd AD stern Points,
Calling as Charleston both ways.
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Southbound...............................From Lewis' Wharf, B1sten
S Northbound......... ..... From Foot of Oatherine st.. Jackponvi'e

Clvde St. Johns River Line
BetwOn JACKCOONVILLE and SANFORD
8topplig as Palatka, Astor, Bereford (DeLand), and Intermediate Landii
on St. Johns River.
$teemer "C1IYT OF JACKSONVILLE"
Is appolfted to eail sp follows iaLesv Jeksoeville, urdai)F, tlutsdc
Thursday, 8:80 p. m. Beturaslg, Jeave Sanford, Mondays,
Wednesday sad Frndays, 9:80 a. m.
Bociboutd. "8rt3IcuOVL
Meeadowan ,ed.
LeTae 8:80 p*l.....................Jaeksoville.................. Arrive 2:((
8:45 pm ...................Palatkas.................... Leave 6:(k,
8 0( em ................. ......Astor ............... .... 8:8U
..............Berestford (DeLand) .............. 1:(I
ArriveS r80 am .... ... ........... Banford .................... 9:K
I :00 am.... ....... ........Easerprise..... ..... ....
PA88ENER AND TICKET UFFIVE, 122 W. AY 8'l.. JACK ON.\; I
F. M. ImoaMo zI, Ja., A. G. P. A., Jaekponville, Fis.
JOan PmNDam., T. P. A.. A. C. HIAGRTY. G E. P A .
Jaeksonville. Fla. Pier 8e N. R., New York.
0. H. TATLOn, P. T. M.. 0. C. Bmoww, G. P. : ,
290 Broadway, New York.
L. D. JoxMs, T. F. A., L. S. ScmoeLs, 0. A.,
Jaeksonville. Fla. Leesburg, Flx.
W. G. COopsb, JR., F. A., CLWe Mn,. G. F. A..
J.eksonville, Fi. Pier M N. R.. New York.
0. P. Lvnaz AgeAt, Jekoonville. Fla.

The citate of the East Coast of Florid
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"," re ferring to Newberry,' Jue 5.-Mrs. A.
P^ J r t tt niew d ltaa law, says it means Groff and laughter, Mrs. Peyton
as ag .j t*a^t e,^ tbja tat the work of draining the Ever- Fortson, left trIday for Starke, where
O*es under the present plans of they went to attend the funeral of
y d vernor Brooard will be continued. the former's sister, Mrs. C. U.
S ucM'Y ....-T- -Jr, although the 'rhveoue to be derived Hoover.
IgO....... rom te new draf age'distrclt will W.\ Chapman visited Worthing-
.r ..... So, In ot b near so large as under the aet ton Springs Sunday, returning Mon-
pas- two years ago: and which the day.
OFFICE: PORTBrS wAM United States Court at Jacksonville C. D. McGregor of Salem spent
8 a.Msreet, S. __ ruled out. Monday here, shaking hands with his
In IDV S., published evewymorania r Many btf the objectionablee features many friends.
,,,,dy ,deiveredbT^ "iSat0dthY"- of the old law have been left out, the Misses Fannie and Ella Smith left A Sr
.toAnypart of the n.kd T maximum tax to be levied is five oegt Monday for Bronson, where they will A Su r Lau rain Wo
61C*entors5 t f lae it per acre, instead of ten, as under Ae spend the week visiting friends and s Br ors, crnM
fos ce former law. an. thy boundaries of the relatives. Fo sted ontB sscles Ltam packdtit
dig notices in tatcomn aets a new drainagedistrict are considerably George Pickett of Duluth was here AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritadon, subduep IlalSA
bding noticestisn c nts foreshdd tioalHe contracted. Sunday. nation. and driy esout Pain.
s 'Under the old law, more than one- Mrs. Lillie Kitchens and daughter. PEN frTu of the Pores loosen t. Fibrousng te
ato 'ordisplay advertiingnmade knowoSa hal Othe territory pf Lee county was Minnie, who have been visiting at natural elasticty.
4grfson. _on included in the drainage district, the Lake City, are home again. SEST LINIMENT ON EARTH
ITwic..Week sun I as eiht-isge, forty. west boundary of the district being Miss Mollie Swidal left Friday ONC TRIED ALWAYS. USED
asa paper, published every Mo0day Oad the range line between Ranges 27 and for Bronson, where she will visit
y and contas all tl he OW f the 28, eating close to Alva, and em. friends a few days. OURED SCIATIG RHEUMATISM
Vlk, local, state and ral,, of theUnial bebraets all.the lands on the river east Mrs. C. D. May, T. J. Woods, Mrs.
ornaforui.oos iadvace. of AlM The new district cuts off Thos. McLeod and daughter, Mar- Mrs.X. A. 1n. 0, SO0 Craig St., Xaoxzvrtll
So ,or cnada.f- fg'a tiers of townships in thib, DeSoto garet. spent last Thursday at Worth. s., writals : hav been trying the baths
--- ot lpdm.gs, Ark.. for selstic rheumatism, but I
S rdvettisingbillsa 1CI 4 ( due t W and Monroe ootiUes, placing the ington Springs. Aet lef from lBald'lae ow Leament
.voance of advtertisest, tW, western boundary of the district on C. A. NWal has returned from sn a ry mdwicne or anything I have ever tried.
gsotuied int co Yt racg a9 'sa the range line between Ranges 31 Gainesville. Mflad polm le oder for l.00. SL m,
Addres T T S. and 3, which puts the west line just Miss Olive Wright left Monday sbotom i othe mprem."
G&MvWU=,b "s. about where the Hlcpochee lock And morning for Jacksonville, where she T hR 2S EK 5: .1 30 AND 91.00
dyke is to be located, and striking will enter the St. Luke's Training a SURE W a ORT THN OUNUIMR
HON. J. M. BARCO. Cape Sable on the south. All of the School. S W Liniment Co.
'- Everglades are embraced in the new Mrs. Tom Swindal left Saturday for
For some months- past it has been district, the north line taking in a Judson, where she will spend a few
rumored that Hon. J. M. Barc of little more than one township north days, guest of her sister, Mrs. Stock- '
Marion county was a probable candl- of Lake Okeechobee, taking n a large ton.
ate for State comptroler. He has part of the new Saint Lucie county, T. J. Woods of Floral City was here
been prominently mentioned by the and all of Dade county wi h the ex- several days last week, on business. A OaD BY
pate press as a good man for thL of.w 1 aP. Iamb of Worthington Springs rW tTOngSoSri-ng
position, and The Democrattoday width, down to Mia, where the line s here for a few days. looking after W . N
lwms from a good and rehable source linee-_-. .
srns from a good and reliable source strikes the coast and follows the coast his business......- .
that he has decled to make the race line around to Cape Sable. Miss Clem Pickett of Jonesville was
iud that his announcement will be Only 33 townships in Lee county here shopping Saturday,
ode at the proper time. It goes are Included In the new drainage dis- Miss LAur& Guy Is here for a few TO
without saying that he will. make an trict, whereas under the old law, 77 days. Miss OGuy has been visiting tn t
active and aggressive campaign, townships in this county were em her sister, Mrs. Summers. of High Te o
Mr. Barco is a native Floridian, braced in the district. Springs.
d one of the best known men in report of the committee ap. Miss Cena Hamilton of Jonesville
the State, and his many friends are pointed by the Legislature to invest. wasbere shopping Tuesday. ... ... Via
sbered by the tho nds who will gate the dranage work of the om- Mrs. H. C. Collins and children,
e only too glad to give him their missioners was so favorable that it Myrtle and R. J., left Moaday for
r. He has b. prmient. ,doubt had muchnfluen influence in s. aldosta, Ga., were they wlU spend
l buses an polic circles for rng votes for the present bill. few weeks vltUng relatives. T Atlantic Coast Line Railiay
a number of years, anet regarded y Pnder the new drainage law nearly Tom Bethea of Miami came up -
All as a true. honest Christian gentle. al of the small tax-payers are l ft yesterday to see his wife, who has
man, who would do honor to any office o of the district, there being oly been visiting bpr mother, Mrs. Hott.
Witin the gift of the democracy ofu the districtgthreeing
hin the gift of the tse on Fish Eating Creek, and some- People all over Florida: see the Atlantic Coast Li
f nominated ad elected to the along the East Coast. The bulk of Equally Culpable. "Purple Folder" for schedules to the Jamestown Exp
ice of State comptroland eler, the the lands in the district are owned "I Ca a for myself that nition. Two daily, trains each way with through P1
Ce of State comptroller, the affairs the southern States Land and have been mean enough to get another
f that office will be properly and bythe Southern States yLand and woman's cook away from her." man Buffet Sleeping Cars.
bhestly conducted without fear or Timber Company. "Neither have I, but I must confess
hvor Mr. Barco Is well qualified that once or twlee I have tried to work Season sixt days and fifteen hays-limit exci<
to fill the position and would make a The past year has been by far the our cook off on some of my AdeIghtx.," tickets on sale daily from April 19th to November 80
model official, and we predict for him most profitable in the history of the at lo w te.
thW largest vote ever cast for a candl- Hastings potato section, ninety thous- * a OW rat8.
date for any office who had an ap- and barrels having been harvested C A P U D IN Eo hexcu ions at very low r es.
ponent--Live Oak Democrat. and disposed of at the best prices In it ressous abe esop
Mr. arco wan s for several years many yedrs. The land upon which ooUREts thse "sta
Sof oGainesville,beint regis manysmallortuneshaveben ade resI 0 For further information see your nearest railroad
Sresidt of Gainesville, being regis, many small fortunes have been made
ter of te Tnited States land office, durinthe past few years in that sec- gLO AND M s "-;., agent or write
and should he become a candidate for tion was formerly considered worth- *esed" sad fl step. P0 b"
comptroller his old friends would less, and is another evidence of the I A A N K C RC)V I S TC N
11 irun fnr him t4. .n ta _._,__ fact that nio lim inf k w bi nwa ho w I I Ih


-- '- solj i d U11pu a Ux. g< gung s n givin wns Known Waal
--- ...' i_ is yet in store tsr the people of Florl.- WM VIVO
The St. Lucie County Tribune says da. The goologicaQ survey provided CByl i
the pineapple season is on in earnest for by the last 4 thW may yet tSt r AMTI
aad the daily shipments have now ex. be the means of e 9yq forgiving
seded twenty cars. Some foreign the sins of o *toml o iad O lon "made I
hipUments have been made, and the of tbat body.: 4s thr, t O. Ws telag W
Iadkations are that* W will t what sechea r1& 'W will to be of o
esMse o0 er last year, alhbough a 4 lylng to the bowels of earth of st
is offered for all the fruit a i this 8tate., '
home markets. The fruit Is of S A "aremisstm h da Isoo
o much superior quality than was a. The people of t WtWburg, as w fieky Cuiestta hmoo
.pAt(ed during the loag g well a tos of Uth ea tre peWnsular nnertirs tqelos ifc
ad hi, the per engage of sall t I t :Hf o. e.onty. ar v.er bOS. lS -
a will be larger than last year, sore over the fatile of the Legisl. Oa 9 18 1
t crop as a whole will be an average ta to a ew crtoWO ty of that UM*m0 06 *t few
se, senuu.. The b nw w aslU tbIee
*1ty, to 99 bwn a1 r lsein@ shi o-r X!..
Te another yearba *lapsd te pea"Me the BOe y a e u0 a MjorYM ty. iS t
rity of Florida wi be "a but w aTr rd~wbd the Set- aob rniesfso is
61 of beauty ad a joy orewer." n* saW Wter CUBran i,
1% funds are now available A the a er tr te M d *2* asilsws
etom of the1 1aa10.0 , 4&O .an& on or s * e e nrlas peoPM le* 7 L.O
hit'4 and bea3fyMg I t ill make : 9t hae .e is aS lor, k
grxld and the Board of Coatrol gv ths ew M ea 0 td two yM ear W. Me'n
S th work to c"opli su mas .* I- -a
S the during otf -- a m o .. ,
Wo INe b at on. A bowmeet anamm e ** eaw auapstaty s
Of hMindawr oty li*me .. AsWtZh tf 84do6iee
1tO1 T obl oist. ha iht of artlM a i V
t. ;&rbably j0 gt ISp__$pods2i1Ly

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'IMEAL.
U& 'ilt is I1Clamir
at r feead Avoid It.
SAa r torea lad Englishpo wg
with bresofaet, which l t6W,
s aobstatial mea. hi tats'
ot tbhe ootlnenL of BiropeOs i
.ltbarl e and argustia. T5
idra and the Germsa, tt-man
ieanty ron. They are m i
ble to go till tbe aft erthe ws
Iabsorblng somethinga l abiiftb. tbe
'hman 'toward Qo ta- i a th
In lunch, and an t iddayo. e GeTr
a takes a heavy a, Mart ilb ab-
trisrdi 3gestiv eDttWr 'ti tb
ner makes a big br"teak i t work.
day, and t 01Ws oe&noding to
Ma, artinet of laUre. j uer y a 16
b 4141t -trlo tw a ttanoo. The
K hTy milddiaf d eibl I. Martlpt con-
*,.lders a amstake. O dbould.not have
Adihao a MaA. bo f tht t d ir of a*0'
W, bo he a^, but lasted should
IS l u The Ulightt meal
|^, I i k, sboulo b/Fdurwng
t id ertiopta g the beay
Dbo ein rd for a later
thr is t a chance for dl.
.l ue. TIM proper series for
man, a.oordlng to this au-
lt a substantial breakfast, a
t tach about aoos and a square
at 0 o'clock or later.--Bltimore

SA:I OF ,LAOK STONE.
1 to All 5Atir WrIlinae ef the
S"cygtlaa.
.*r I a lb of black tos. In the
ialk away with. It iad establbt b your
dla as tIr owner you 1o 9 Hs any
Sor a quarter of a mlUoo d flnd
deosn mosny kinIgs ianBnland
Asneria rqady to buy It
b: 1 Isn I nothing very trklkng about
t*l stnoa. It mglbt be a pleeo of
marble with soot p~oilhar hbero-
loie pon itt B It Js just tbh&
wbli. ake It oe Talus-
Skbecau they are the key to all
ancient wring ofa theo gyptians.
wttbo this ama'alled the Bo
treao, n d bo unab to
Stl'ptlp writings which have
W a ftd ro dmrn to t ma
i lDt Fre tourists found the
e-tt stone lb ikypt and traportsd
to Paris, wbre a Englshllman took
A faMcy to It for a garden ornament.
X# paid 15 for it-4 sovereignaand
eot a treasure whiebcyou could cover
Swith old and yet not present its
'Yahu but tll the day of is death he
Sdi not Itow what that bit of' stoe
y was worth-Loodoo World.
Comet Panis,
epJo h Jarome Latrancala de La-
'i'ld, the popular FrMach astronomer
t a century ago, offered from New-
ton's view that Providence bad ao at-
SSaed matters as to make collision of
te earth with a comet loSpossible aod
wrote a paper to prove that it wa
oQ. very lmprqbtble. Thia paper,
WiLl wlea to barl eraen read with otb-
wae before the French academy on a
eartain day In 1773, got crowded out,
but the Parisan public, bearing of It,
gde tp its mn that Lalande had
m the Impending destruction of
earth and sech pailc ensued that
,'e polce had to order the publication
dI o the paper to reasuare the public
St. Bat even them ttwas popularly
haloed that the paper had been delib
afttyl toaed down and comet panic
;. aistei fer a quarter of a ceatory.

nI most utlal au rend tnveanto
to eutsatly t he printn pras.
eemraetiei eo ae plStLo.o.Ir n d,
mntoue gIW the are grea*.t

s a s wor thu' pl pa, the ulato
l atesiet that ana tlire t thea
meatary of the plaet. ad whatever
I wathe latellect at pt as time
the wcrld's deMlvitm iai
I s pa to pres has aua a- sethlag
i6 a done, and (eem ta to he
piitogll press brlemn Ge henMr .
ha the most useful aD tW a e e
knows to man.-New Terk Amer


orIogi of -Huwahn-
b: hiteMy of many a rawe m y be
ead Inftie hattiery. 1he "Bamir
e te Jio pa. the aghhalstiP
e IrIsh aa4 our own "wvuhP
h V 6 ea, their orltgt far back to
NOAIh may N athWrties have e
that the word "bTrrah" Is a de-
opmaMt of the Jewish "hoeanahno
s eosbao et opialon now Is that It
.e oesmp"t" of the aienmt battle
S *e wilUd Noemen. "rur aw"
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roved sad unmproved), pholphase,
naoekla ad farmlnl landq. lead him
* list ofwhat you ov er for sale. 214at
j A. CARLILE,.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
And Bolleiior in quity
lea' Estate, 0ouovejlneig and Gen.
eral Praetlee. All business promptly
attended to. 0ee* next door to Bun
Ue=. GAnrvvIymaL. FLOmA.

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Electrical Supplies.
Agen"y fr lWnag leyelks. RepsriM
me pmreupay. imet'al wwk
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"tweefl 3,00 0d
sed work it rep" .
e for neral gaIgti#l
for5 and th4 < SI W
monday, and
tive union me, oweve
ne ser of idle at Xh
The warpters,
B "' workers aio wlte
*,,',r to have beenUte 60-
which repoOdli
,;. ti. re are nael'o A'
.: ,':"' who have quit as

e'e i-j I:P to Inilcate that a
Sis ,r :J !:Pii ngham, e-o.pt
S ,,. :j ,.trets are a Lit-,
;cer 'o'n u:al. No disorder
e-- r,,orted, wf.h the exception
Sfew minor ln.aI n, I. such oi the
jn of car traclis In certain sec-
and the nlichievous placing of
few torpedoes on the rails.
tra deput As were sworn! i Mon-
and the officials appear t) have
j station well in hand in case
should be trouble. /
labor agents are already here, of-
g to'fill The places of the atrik-
workmen.
S3,000 IN PEWTER POT.
t of Poor Man's Plow Unearths a
Fortune in Tenniesso.
ilaln, Tenn.. June 5.--Money
ed since the civil war has been
irtbed by the prong of poor
's plow, and Bob Philips, who fiM
has led the life of a sImple
ter ,now flnds himself with more
than he ever dreamed of, as
result of stopping to Inspect the
etts of an old pewter pot turned
with tie n od he was plowing.
Ten thousand dollars In coetederate
p securely wrapped around gold
a amountiing to nearly $3,000 was
s n.all fortune found by Phillips in
held, and the discovery ha" led
ore searching for hidden treasure
,iht to have been buried by peo-
,during the war.
Most Unusual Occurrence.
B:cyrus, 0., June 5.-A most un-
.,. (ciiurrrnce took place at the
e:al of lI-.%ear-old Dean Torrenoe
th.s city. Torrence died of ty-
toi,',l f;,r, all the members of the
.ih: being confined to their beda
't the name affliction. The funer-
i* %a, helI from the home of a neigh-
rW. r(e of t,'e members of the fam-
.y i.r.gW a)bh to attend. After the
erv'c:c the !)oy wai taken to the
If..' home' awil carried from one
lid other so that the differ-
.i ,f the family might see
it(e X1'i )(,ay for thie last time.
Black Desperado Killed.
C'n,.,' S. C., June 6.-A dis-
3" f'rom Trenton says Georgd
S,.-)-, a ou'orious negro, was kill-
,d nar the:rt Sunday night by a
K*ie of white and negro men, who
tad s-arrhedl for him since Sunday
'.,nti, llHud,on entered the house
@I Wi\ Mlck!us Saturday night and
artvN iown Mickins and his wife,
hsdlit them unconaclous on the flar.
'lb oman rewovered suffolently to
Xv* *, alarm a few hours later, asad
I so-eh wa~ begun. Hudson wa
mi w h:.e rslUing hble prauers nl
*wa.n.p near Trenton.


648 AsptiYxiates Tva Perfren.
~';-"U". MO., June 5.-The hani
% Ilght by Mrs. Mary L,.
a reef from ber sommt
be F h"q turned en I"e r in
')I:*~ her hugbaa4, Willia
~ r,'hole body vwas ales und In
hee I"?,hr In 5JPpORN to bv
cm r (%,, rn ,enbeeaaeb in-
%r'.&oiP-ral hours later. A We-
Ug9nad by thewoe" % 'Mag
'ts as, 1her aet w"e team. bet
I 'iebelfievethatthe6 humbahsa

C4"ftionCirc~ulation FManager.
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&&sIn atisinmmee. jrtUw
'14. of the cftestiam may
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a.~&ab.ar 51aia. Jaw
vAa gommW, %is"Pin

.-,a rcpew gin
Im o low


tth Ta Ith. It Is an old
a at 'a 11e will travel seven
while truth is getting Its boota
k doubt hundreds of thousands
S peple read the unwarranted and
ie0loua attack upon Dr. R. V. Pierce
etd hiahvorte Preription published
. May (101) number of the Ladles'
AI ornal, with fta great black die-
l Ieadlags, wh never iaw the hum-
ogre, ling rstrMUoni, with Its Incon-
hplomi headbg, published two months
Iatst. ft wa boldly charged In theslatil-
tuM adl ilbelesq article that Dr. Pierce's
vorC P sMcription, for the cure of
woma'la weaknesses ad ailmenits, con-
alnsedaleohol and other harmful Ingredl.
eats. Dr. Pieree mpty brought suit
sa~tamt the publies of the Ladles~
Bom.Journal, for 8X0OQ0,O0 damages.
.*Dr. Plecer alleged that Mr. Bok, the
editor, maliciously published the article
eontalalg cch false and defamatory
matter vw the Intent of Injuring his
busin rthermore, that no alcohol, or
other Jrious. or habit-forming, drugs
are, or oerare, contained In his OFa.
vorlte option "; that said medicine
Is mad native medicinal roots and
con o harmful Ingredients what.
eve 4fd thet Mr. Bok's malicious statA-
of Iwor wholly and absolutely false
5uIni.*ftmmAntnannt h.e alf. n v.


eill A rLIKY 0 asJ harmful dfriRi
on a t 8 / b upreme 0=rt BUr
buse-m of D r. Pierce was greatly injured by
he pu blication of the libelous art wit
Iseres display heading, while hundreds or
ndwdaho read the wickedly defamatory
article nova saw the humble groveling re-
tracU. set in small type and made asncon-
spicuous as possible. The matter was. how-
er brought before a jury In the Supreme
rt of New York Stato which promptly
ordered a verdict In the DI-tor's tafor.
= ls traducern came to griet an thll
Zoom weonreteufd.

Wreck on Illlnbis Central.
Nashville, Tenn., June 5.-Early
Monday night near Gravelotte, Tenn.,
a station on the Illinois Central rail-
road, 20 miles northwest of here,
the tender of the Chicago UImitkA
passenger train, No. 26, (climbed the
rail and wrecked the trit1n. Engi-
geer Bent was slightly injured about
the siould-ers and breast,\and the
mail car completely wrecked. The
baggage car was ditched, and the
combination smoker and day coach
detrucked at one end. No other
damage was d:ne, the Chicago sleep-
er and the private car of Judge J.
M. Dickinson, general counsel of the
Illinois Central road, on which he was
a passenger, holding the track. The
escape of the mail clerks and the
baggagemen Is regarded as little less
than miraculous.

There Are Few
People who know how to take care
of themselves-the majority do not.
The liver Is a most important organ
In the body.. V. C. Simpklns, Alba,
Texas, writes: "I have used Herbine
for Chills and Fever and find It the
best medicine I ever used. I would
not be without it. It is as good for
children as it is for grown-up people,
and I recommend it It is fine for
La Grippe." Sold by W. M. Johnson.

Milk Poisoned 25 People.
Gornier. 'alacio, Mexico, June B.--
Adulterao d milk poliono4 twenty-seT
en people here, most of Whose lives
were saved only through the heroic
measures resorted to by medical men.
Three genda3ines were the first to feel
the effects nf the poison. Orders
were at onclc tent out for medical mes
to .at,'nhi t, i' .iTeh. Thas order
probably ;).Ied a coro o( lives

X Happy Mother


Will see that her baby is properly
cared for-to do this a good purgative
Is necessary. Many babies suffer
from worms and their mothers don't
know It-if your baby is feverish and
doesn't sleep at night, It Ia troubled
with worms. White's Cream Verml-
fug* will clean out these worms In
a mild, pleasant tray. Once tried
always used. Give It a trial. Price
26 cents. old by W. M. Johnson.

Georgia Postmasters Narred.
Was,ixtt::)n. Juce &.-T..t p;)(,'nt-
meant i1 a r&ocucel of Jenril -c',tt
L ster to iseceed M. V. Wlliungcham.
dceasedr, as poetmater at Leu1in"'n.
Ga. Also Marvia P. Phillipa it ap-
polated poetmLast at ISharwool,
bullioet coawt. to sucesed J. N.
Weai-ouse, rIme-fd.

ebl-l Player MMd Foet Racers.
Laia. n. K.rger .mcbamaplon tong
distance loet rer of Germany ad
should, wr.te Ost 7, lM: "Dlr.
tg my tralalag e e ht weeks' foot
m e at aft Las Cat, to AprU tit
I ed bagl ab mel Latmest to
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Beneficent epidemics are scarce, but such a one has struck (Gainesville,
andppeople of every station and occupation have tlhe fever
It is most interesting and instructive to ptudy the nm.tantly changing
line of applicants for Pocket Bankm as it files through Th"I Sun's business
office. There is the mother, bringing her daughter with hlr and smcuring a
bank for the girl, another for herself, and inquiring anxiously whether she
may have another for the boy who in at work. 8ihe receive.' it promptly. ,
PBoys come--Some are steady, serious.faced chalis who hl:ve begun to
think on their own account, and who ask question 4 about the operation i of
the .sherne which show the renulte of rubbing up against th world.
Then the High School girls and boys. gay and activ.e, while the work
man and business man "slip in" during the noon hour to get a bank for the
boy or girl aLhome, after asking one or two leading qi.s'ations to aakele r0i*
there is no jie albut the 26 centa. *


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~iLZFLORID.JUA ~6. f1.07,'6


S"Attention, Kirby Smith.
OF CITY w* K-"aThe regularr y meeting of
C Cl E meset Ii ngso Kirby SmithU.DC, will
ie xe ssest s t "opa k klyt be held at the home St Mrs. E. B.
i" I U Flake. 403 s. University street at 4
0 1 -n--)** *m o'clock this afternoon.
General tert WMRS. J. M. HAILE, *tes.
S o 'THE DAINTY DESSERT MRS. EVANS HAILE, See.
by Our Rep rtlUl l _________ ef
adim rt i walw ill nrpri Me and delit-\
,A, ADSO CltlAeIt. WhimithTs ct ed it The J. J. Finley Chapter, tT. D. C., B
elaborANe OCertr qthT :^i g ^will meet at the residence of Mrs.
Baumna Crea .* G. K. Broomn, Thursday afternoon at
gL Happened and WhatI S11 p6lflIlarge ballsas, rub smooth with ffre 4 o'clock.
ta~aoflita oft aultr. Add one cup s-'et 4 o'clc.S
Told in Short PanbraphW.W aE bealtoat1roth, tb.e one packl.e MISS MARGARET STRINGFEL.. J
SWho Runt May .' o JelOdlived one Oad on-hbalf
S ho RuIupsof botlfg water. LOW, Rlcordling Secretary. 5
Pour In mo'nd n bowl
sun. and wbfc cold rjpi5 'S
cTh V andaied CeferrIe. Frank McDavid, a well-known farm.
0f for sale at tB M 0rVe wth whipped er of Monteocha, was trading in the
aeillng cards Itnlat st tWs ma. Ji t- city yesterday.
lice Adre W. B. Turner left yesterday for
il typewriter for sale. AP* ne. 4eeePrtfood.LeRy. X.t* Evinston and other points on business.
_00fle0e. ,_,__ __ He will be absent thearemainder of
Strickland of Hague was In n or le. the week.
A Stri d A ow newspaper files for sale. Ap- Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Jernigan and
Tuesday. ply Mr. and Mrs L A Jernan and
G0. V. Chamberlin f Taooma Blank fors at this office. daughter, little Miss Ruth, have re-
ping the city Tuesday. Price $ per hundred. turned fro a delightful sojourn at
t bet printed at Goode left yesterday for Cedar Key.
Call at The 8 leftesterdaookWm. Anderson left yesterday for
i e n cwlla haeeTampa, where he goes to look afte Tyler, where he will install o new
,L W. Fennell has returned his real estate interests. TylerI where he will ntal some new f
SW. business tri to Valdo vista, rea estate interests, electric light and, telephone wiring E. .1 Da. J.
Sbusnes trip to Vadosta, rs. H. P. Holstein and son,Charlie, for the Tyler Luun r Company.

W. Smith, a successful trucker have McKgo nne o visit to Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. T. H. Elby of Jacksonville, Hon. Fred
le was trading n the city McKinney at Louise. accompanied by Master Roland, are customs of t
le. Geo. P. Morris has returned from spending a few weeks with her son, and Port Ingll
of Micanopy was amongNewberry and Worthington Springs, J. H. Turner, of this city. ors to OGalne
W. Dye of Micanopy was among, where he has been on business.
vbo spent Tuesday in the coun. nHarry Owens, Randolph Dule and Having con,
pent Tueday In the oun- H. A. Ford of the Atlantic Coast Larkin Carter left yesterday for members of th
illm Carpenter of Dutton Line has returned from an official Worthington Springs,. where they will missioners ad
SWilliam Carpenter of tton visit to Wilmington, N. C. During enjoy camping life for a few days. returned to th
Uoong those who spent Tuesday his absence Mr. Ford also visited Mrs. J. .1 Medlin and children and H. C. Cate o
viesslle. Washington, D.C Mrs. J.I Medlln and children aCd H cste O:
le. Washington, D. C MArthnr th Mrs. Sam Davi and children have years tax colle
tendent McArthur of the Mrs. L. 4. Burkhim and daughter gone to'Wortlilngton Springs where is in the city
Coast Line is in Leesburg Miss Sophit, left yesterday for Tren- they will recuperate for a few days. He made The I
al business. ton, N. .. where they will remain
Prof. .1. W. Elchelberger, the piano Mrs. C. E.
e enable, the naval stores for several weeks as guests of M. repairerolft yesterday for Worthe piano Mrs. C. E.
of Archer, was In the City Endel and family. V repairer,' left yesterday for Worthing. from Williston
of Archer, was n the city' nde ndfamilyton Springs, Santa Pe and other on a visit wi
miess Tuesday. Wanted-Manager for branch of- points, where he will remain for the Jasper Wilson
SBaird has returned from a flee we wish to locate here in Gaines- balance of the week. lAnd.
to iuimsville and Lexington, Ky., ville. Address, with reference, 'the Drs. J. H. Alderman and Gordon Rev. E. A.
ttanooga, Tenn. Mortis Wholesale House, Cincinnati, B. Tison left yesterday for Jackson- N. C., who h
D Bobbitt. a lumber manufactur- Ohio. ville, where they go to attend the and section du
IMicanopy, was transacting busi- Mrs. Dora Cromwell and son, annual meeting of the Florida Dental expedti to ma
in this city Tuesday. Fletcher, left Tuesday for Asheville, Association. The session will be held for his home.
Sale-One 4x5 Poce plate N. il on account of the latter's health, at Atlantic Beach. ad early in the
complete with latest model FrThnds trust that the change will Mt. Mernon lodge No. 20, Knights T. Curry MN
and outfit. Earle Kelley. prove beneficial to him. of Pythias, have decided to hold a from l) avildon
C. Cagle of the Gainesville Fur. Leon Smith, who has been attend- memorial service next Tuesday even. Ibep attending
Comipiny left yesterday for ing school hi this city, has returned Ing in the lodge room, oser Dutton's Merchant gradu
ih and other points on business, to his home at Umatilla for the sum- bank. This will be a public meeting, from this nstitl
X. Saiiders. a merchant of Tren. mer./ He expects to return at the to which the general public is oordial. receiving the
as ailing those who favored opening ot the fall term. Mr. Smith ly invited. An interesting program numerous friend
tont. (a:iital with a visit Tues- is a brother of Mrs. L. J. Clyatt. will be arranged. which will be pub-- Center Lodge
Justice E. T. Henderson of New- lashed In due time. will hold a pul
your stationery printed at The berry returned to his home Tuesday Ha the lodae r
41Bee. First-class work promptly afternoon, after having spent the day to whihh .-1 ryi
at reasonable prices is our here on business. He states that the iromisee to pro
S t pa property owners who lost by the re- NpW, Yno as a fine
f It. Eddins, wh has cent fire are cleaning their premises, calon will be
It ,rd;i ,ith f,.ver tor th Jast preparatory to rebuilding. Arnong the I
'a will r. gr't to learn that his Make Your Own Selection-When this city Is Hon
ltion !t s little Improved. buying a flavoring extract, get the City, a"lsitant
A r, ef agent of the best. Demand Blue Ribbon Vanilla, Cheapest Store on Earth. hero on alffcial
tic (;,- line, ha gone to then you know the result will boe satis- The Sun with
S ,,. will takefactory. A desert depends upon the day. Mr. Badle
will take relichaving extract nsed for its goodness and L ville very high
I l,..i action. ree ing Blue Ribbon makes perfect desserts. vancement, whi
a prominent mer I The new plant of the Express Re- i i tily noticeable
l* tii h city on a frigerator Ice Company, which has yeait.
I' !, ir Mr. AI rt iguebeen in operation about three weeks. A. L. Glass,
f i" r fi. ci,, rtigue. is kept busy in order to supply the u nected with thi
iF*: a fin,r ,,w dise. o co demand. notwithstanding that there itin gn the c'aplacit
S n, T 'are two factories of splendid capacity division muperin
P ;utyand son. T.. of here already. This new plant is one the Tampa N S*i. ,ty Tuesday. The of the finest in the State, havipg a a vslait to hsln f
hr of the Board of capacity of thirty tonls. We have jut received a clare that tl
STrs, and came to which I now hi
"!'' of the board. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Ettel of nice shipnu S""llake View was i n ,White Springs are sp-ndirng a day or
l, t Lake The Su n two in the city, and tried, ares glad patterns. Pri('M strictly traverse a ,.ry
[ ,1 Mr. Turner's to welcome them. Mr. Ettel is man- right. tlo
-, M Tur aert ager of the Hamilton Hotel at White J. Pl.the.r i1
t.I for the past few Springs. of which John W. and Jos. or and Mrs
I for the pat fewA. Ettel ^ e proprietors. The Ham- to Tlutte Monta
r w i teliton is dpe of the leading all-thb | ue the mana
ye arwerry was in the yer h6bstelries of the 8tate, and en- -1 -./ JI clothing establ
-: >liV., who 15 oe Joys a fine summer eason, i nAuhrt eus frlnd
L- of the West Are much co,.cr in the bhan \,. ,ut
a* .'1 iha s been see In of the Gainesville Graded and llrh Summer than Wodo Th8 Su ha nS
S' .rkket this year'. School but now making bl hoimn. In We haVe a Inagnifiee0t childhood and


,r a d E. Lartigue Arcadia. I s ending a fe w a pt at line and now i. a good mnds him a ,
rKa E Arredondo, where he hai a promitlux l yM man
, a Key. whe cantaloupe of thirty acre* Pr)f tiln' to purc-ha'. yu (E',. a
1 Tuesday eyv ing Fulks has alreiay blpped 2, crate-.-, ,,a
iliSness of the$s Air iorablroa
rn-j gwill be g which havs brought $4 per crate, a
,eft the paU st pnip alto er abmt 3..000 crate., ad p ia'y 1a elaimns f
746 should the price bold up be will make- Siho e S' ag oo f-Ight.
libbs of Hatwborm a good thing onanclally of his O Venu h rrt, advw
t Coast Ust OureShoea Ir.lartment #4"y
ri'g with feer.e Cur of Aer was in tiecontainsioingoodth
." '' i llwcit yndayTua. Mr. A ates that h for Men, Women and ttln
It,,g '"Alited by Mins ran datighter.Mis Palume, who *'ae'at. ftim r
isea bt..ading th reae. CoDf.e at Ta.ls- Childien Try us for 4 ,w, pn.uive t
basse'. i i Just Nwnv from a so-
.~.,.. *... u >n re***e m ,-your next pair. We sell basis
tohe T4Wvere attack of trpbeoM fevwr, contrart-
S ^lle to the a- e whoe at school Ia f asd tood wShoeB that Wear To A
Stk MauM. wlo ap- wife wmre sxomUmeed tasa 'to A*- mas ...
am a* wA I ts wheil tor three weks thfr were t. With Us ad be l0rPoll="
S attractuv ase et ~ge the betae sigt sad day. ggy i fu ll A C
at fa. Mr.U nad l raw of d tohe Ises lady e grat'S 14e -*
Saon, rI. A". ido Me Asn d ale a m ....Inell e
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7 HE SUNSHINE of the Sunny South
lives Cn bottled Coca-Cola. Ths great
American drink has now become t
household necessity. Invaluable in
straightening out domestic trials and the tribu-
ations of housekeeping. From grandson to
grandfather, it fills a long-felt want and offers
ust the invigoration needed for spring indis-.
positions and over-taxed nerves. It helps to
olve the "Servant Problem."
Bottled Coca-Cola Keps Even Cooks Happy




*- - -- --JJJ
Osi.neville Lodge No.
W, B P. O. E.-Me.is
tonight at 8 .*) o'clock
in Ekie' Home. Visit. U U IlIU II
Ing brother ceordially CAFE-REKTAURANT.
weloomned. H 8.Cns. E
M. qD R., J t.. Seoretlry


( ext to Poeto8t )


Cubberly, collector of
he ports of Cedar Key NOTICE.
Is, was among the visit- Beginning April lot we will put Os
vllle yesterday. our Summer rate of $4 per week--I
eluded their labors, the mealt-and $4 trading tickets. Strls.
e Board of County Corm- ly first-olass in every t spt. Toe
Journed yesterday and larlg electric fans. Insuring comfort.
heir respective homes.
f High Spring, for many COLD DRINKS OF ALL IUD,.
sector of Alachua county,
on a visit to relatives. Coffee the best. Everitbing
Sun an appreciated call. nice. Game, noked to order
for sportemin.
DeLand has returned O'EN EARLY and LATI.
n, where she has been -
th her daughter. Mrs.
, and son. M. H. De-
Sample of Henderson. Miss N. Norton
has been In this city
during the past winter,
ke his deparur today Nveltes, Boots, StaUl0oer1
He will return to Florl-
.fall. Soneoirs, Sheet Plctm
,rchhnt has retarilned t
SN. C., where h. htins n Pctare Frames ,,.
DavidMon College. Mr.
uated with high honor
ution this year, and I N; 06 EUt Libe ty StOt
congratulations of his GAII .
ds. ,- ,


e No. 11, I. O. 0. P.,
iblie mlentuorial mcr ht,
ooml Monday evenil.g,
vuo, In invited. Thi i
ove an interettintg serv-
program for the oc-
carried out.
prominent viltuors to
. W. II. Hadler of lake
Mtate auditor, who In
busineh,. Hlie favored
it friendly call yester.
L1 colmplilenttS Gainea-
ily oilt h-r rapid ad.
ch hase bemin pIarticular-
duriing the pant two

for iany years coA.
e Atlantlc Coast Line
y of trainmaster and
tendent, but now with
hern. Ie In the City on
amill. Mr. (O6as de.
h'e TaiImpnS Northern,
ullding. IM gonlg to be
orida as the road will
In Important and fertile

irn-tt., ion of Ex-May.
.P. flurnett. has oswei
na. where he will I
ement of an est"aiVO
iuhmnent. ltegWher's
ds regretted to see
*lsb himba u~la4ed 4
ew home. T editor
i known him from
urnheiltsaiW rTeom-.


gent of Seaboard
ad at do.qt -i
hat he wI pereall
r damages sad ahor
et.. at Oce. Cot,
sed that they will 1,
of any revelpts of
harg. must Il e 14W
ma frechbt, and with-
*lred by lbe railroad
forI k the- to.usint
* enud.te on a a el



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00 D BREAD

AIDS OIGESTION
Ad keep*o4 relleved of "tiat tlree
rfetlf" w*b b hevr'. weasr bread to
bound to oreti
IT's TOUR OWN FAULT
Ir youd ao Doniep oid, w bol.aIu k Jiree
o our Mable, rort Is is mde fresh every ail
mid deltvred sI your door by
KEYSTONE BAKERY,
PheIS 16. R. T. MIIAFEL. Proe&

JEFF SIMONS
DlALIe IXI


Fresh Saltwater Fisi
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(In rear of Furalture tOmesams


FLOIDA I


I am now prepared to a osLemm
be irad with the bot the s mtt
fords n, this lino Phoe. IC.


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-he Wbb ~ ~ xem~ .ae
tof te a. Vbw othu questlo' Isreclv1ift "ia
bad?,. 0 osdderatiol em hoth e tre on-
Gems Innvolved.

@1 ~~~state YKe ieaNI'
e* Cbcagot fll.. June A.-.Awakesed.
~srk lie, rom soned P bw tko screaw. of
w* behisOokmoliAV 'Vhswas being beaten
it sad te 11* 'by her 41rokka bumbas', WIN"ia
~ ~ ~~ ~IayMock, aged 14, the onoU f. Chss.
L46vxmk, sainedsalso aflca-
~~ ~ ~ iber rille a6 e a bullet cradbling
ugaalaid ~tbownwih hikb o sbrain. The man
pl04 ~&led Inustuantly. e fther was at-
f tempting to 0AbhIls edad okme, who

ugdhis *1Iq tre by -the
*~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~m WW ebu. ,hi. 1.hrwas u4 ~ed.I but
h beesPhft0ly will no4 be grOseowl
~ ~ Will ManingsNow Theater.
~.#41W York, JuL's -4mMOun~meat
Been received by,'sable from Los-
tiat UGranv11oftlOkrhr&an Max-
~'sddse's ad bjw r )laWright, killagreow to 6be
be aaln et p b e
&Sg W undoeeetttlo this
%mm MU ~ Omvi'We lied isoal? tmr,
Sasm will 'show, ta. OoMWzd -wf
~me soes tan ~Mbroad *p, 3isosIspuMa-
qthUe*w ca'ss thai.:" and%# S 13 Uram*i
Aeat aOW mIft,.riter US e mave a sml.
boes ads maseMayp
sad bv the 'cmeWil 0S6
cat tug cause of ~IISWI1~U
derge at the M6600
ag~l~their 0me
141 11moflon Of ONr4
116the IMPT&teI"a~
wh y the A*S*Mh
usor sany eMI S.2P
4i o*wn at MOan.
V~o" nr


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k y mIaor two 4i"aft

isv.~~~~ bf~#St4g h a ih~t'the
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,threatep4 to aot the .yield asider-
ably Ahort. Tbh rlts caLet at the
poper time, however, when 4te vies
to% .o new Ie".l.:, "
It it estimated thit th. ataloupe
Ian south of Gaeeville
f oTampa and m 'noks ile 1Ul
oabnt to one hundred adlad t ar o
The frit a a rule is tos i eo



i WP DAVIS MrMORIAL

LadMe- ofd.L rtl g Capts r'U,

1R*J. M ud Mra. O.K. Broome. 6oe^
ouy tod ieenr .their homeeto the
ladle of the J. tley Chaptera U.
D. C., to bolt tbhr annual Jefterson
Davis Memortal erelsem 4
This yoe the exerotol t9qek the
form of d historical reading, Inter.
spersed with a very much appreciated
muscall program. The exercise
were as follows:
Muliqc--Variations of Dixie, Mis
lara Pound.
Readin-Dea iptlon oa the Davis
momuamst, Mrs. J. UL. edl. .
bSom-"sunny southl" olo b Mi Wm
.RoMbel Pedriok with ohohk of gJ

Reading (by re eat)-Prom Moem
olra of Mrs. Jefferson Davia, Mr, W.
W. Hampton.
Musical Selection-Miss Leonora
VIdal.
Reading-Mrs. W. Tench.
Dbet--lse Lena Haoter and Bes-
ste Kelley.
The chapter fels oepeclally please
that U was repr"eaoad at the unveil
BIa oereaale of e Jeferuao Dava
mlcu met, oa June Ird, at aRlhmand
by their presldet. Mrs. J. M. Taylor.
The ladles of the chapter wih to
thank ,al thetr ftedLs who pomtrb
teod by their auleeoe making
ote even' entta a
oea. The exerela 'ioaed by a
ous of a doaea TV~ ee of yng
d sad gteatnstMa, aslnf the
war soti. whieh It e uslea o ay
eUlled a germ m applause at
oeoht oan r to Ike le of nma
. no ele fer oe rt.m
The bhes ws beUtablUy deam
" with the Oe r aoter mIta

aM eft sk wa mW W n m auted

I b* thre ad '*') 1e 0l
'Atthe isee a gre m


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1 TO DEAl

it Life Repor
China.


.. m,. T, j fam p, i
sro..a seNiopn ao
4S*^Mt bf by

o rat g er"is0W
rr~tet*s t S G*^ }

uetak ar ete o 0 ber

.fluttol ft-l- 46 Jo unW o :. .a

.t w s oori Of ..

pa ~r wll to be lat1lqo t t D tit

a venaar abrie vist t a.etrep
wto s e ou e m eet Oflaow *



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Wr.ahu 9ioat JHu, W. "68t.
kaa Wroh th
Mrsd W . m orpw ao ad 'o n r
the sts of UNsL A. aIs$.



Timl tlown hal fi waMs "oyoi c


ModHA fr hd of Jae Davls' birth.
l a tmerW Albbt made a trip o
W14o o Meaday, but did fot ge





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W. d M~te A gnI to ale S
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Mr.. Ala Sal mersol a traltd
nurse from qesaeUri, has arloliv
to take charge t bee, who
shows very little Irt tat


ik. B avi left Monday for Crystal


toer- to o"0. atn hits.m


Mrs190y to report that dbm.
Wi bas to eas here soM 'i& .o


BOSat Burn eUttors1 pk
MRe. M. B. Ttiis A4 klter. Miss
Grane MiUtsami, ga4 brief tri)
to Galn JroTe ti ar. ,
* Mrs. OdCom of HUhh Ipringy made
a britf iest beey Sunday amtsooo
several of oar yogC peopg ijoyl4
a pllleau at B. H. Iotjatei'sl atur4ay
evening They report tht htehkea
and rite "am a mighty Se tlag"
J. B. SellU, Jr., ot oalhbe"e was
here yesterday, looklag after his wo0

Rev. brown of Laoese wi, hol
rvices here aeat Slunm .

ORANOZ HeIGWHS Nj W a
Oran t Hel&hts. June 4.-Rev.
Ead rea amt oUplace Satuv -
day alht. Sunday morning aad Sun-
day nliht.
Jia LumphaN, who has been vi.
ltang his unete. James Lampklm, ti
Texas. ie expected home before long.
There's no place like hoae to Jim.

Rim IM Lee and ad little later.
Itatberlae, left Cor their home m
Wald, after a breist vistt of eural

frm a visit to Waldo. r
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. MeNally bt
Ohmeville speat -ajBy with Mr
see Mrs. x. 3. Josey.
The Ude* Smabty eserol wis
have ehMlre^e' 4dy exereless at


enmus Palawio. Igee*, au* 9y.
Aeultwates mih, isepsi^tweetr 'e

ease aswd oe'y tgeeqp the edgelt
ame--rMe i**d* hem peg at..
*ftjkJlk^_ J wee- -*-_ agette s^
a' seates ser^^H museaB rHH ate~l^^


Ivor a-.
!-#5
10gt


Vo -i EARTH QUA~
lea 1 40lieu..were
p Persons H
b~et~' jil ut~tOt and Sta
QeiilS~~tlfMeasures.
June L.-.
bOught news g
dl~bU'09.,, life foI!uming
.p~i~~ss~gKiang.
A WiJ!~~e&?d from Peki
tbe1~~Uat Toklo, sho
bqto~i1I~I**ut Balled, re
of 4~~#"pispe were crus
10 eatq ~#wuber of h)S
troyy$ 4,jaW. person j I vft

*The p1 Vowager hast
grabed MUtg!_tInstructi(In-. to
wa lcl oventof to take U1La.tures


4ai5PUsbkis Apology.
1'@klQ. June I.--Coun: tJI.f
1, AwrW16960iof: the pro;i y-.:vve'a
)~t4 h~Illia Iea1 t:.f PU
bplafms ~k~Aintly qu' t, I

in eat*StSjpan(-Se u nai nl
fors ~*~ settleiernuu 'I

sho~Mhar~~~3a apology from
*ZY fof, ~Cido and also
rteeive theta
a*t given to
~#4~j3stted Statea.


Ira Fair banks a
1o1 Aein' Ia$d4 morning for at
AS* asly. ;'theMY breakfasted at
acyiq6eiilet O069tallnH. S. Cba
Wis. aftar. a short rest taking
automobile trip to Chickamauga
At th.feli Utqy wets iwet by
l~hrd inquadMosof the Twelfth ca
Y 17 satoned at It. "Oglethorpe
witaesea ad m, Inspection and review.
APublic iweflepil's Vs hen b
htors frm 4 to I5'cloc'k. anI at
P. Mi. toe VW e resent delivered
address at the sudtorluni.

101*it 9 xagosratsd, Says Ostos.
06VYRr, ar $ .-JohnV
VU b"ho hp t returned to
Sthe Authwest, where
161000"sg hispretl.
his aggi. Tte da.~nia
whet. es~'to mr. Gatei,
3tebmblV .-heweon 2 W 5
'sent ~ .,~ovverthat
*Att"e woo bee.6MaI-ed A,
niimt .1nrna heay ralng

Per#d1. fbles the 11110d.
fg J0601" t ajdspatch to

l~ e~a~~u~fguaffairs
Woode41Ilit, q,* tm aull, the
Of. 'sq 1 lie leave
1*10," I I I t om Tangtet,
Ajorj" wto~heaU Im by the
WW"h. -A 0$md qt RaPW""
plea k60MaZ tr of
ilewi b *lkis 1WfaYis It I




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'Co.,10; .0; inders a&Earle,
f BardwHardware Copany Company,
llt* Plu '. mbing Tin-
M,,Co n Ml.;: Ldlew Vatve his.
i: . C Douglak $.0; J. F.
B Thomaa. $10.50; Crawford &
t, $4; B. V. W ks..ins,; T. B.
S Moyers, $40. Perinting f, -re
Mevielle GOa & electric
tM; Co., 19.01; 8utiders & Earle,
Mi Baird Hardware Company,
i& Noye., 140. Prnt' lg 4fnd--
Ir Publishing Company, $15;
'y S., $.75. Contingent fund-
a Minufacturtpg Co., $16; Mal-
Vh:W. Hill Co., $189.86; Miss Lots
8IA Light fund-Oa1nevlhle
& l eetrie Power Company,
SWebster moved to refer
t llof 0. Petre for work on enl-
Sand fng In on Sweetwatet
Alashua avenue, to the street
t.H Motion carried.
a'mI Bunch moved that the
r be Intraeted to remove the
do aad dwelltg of Mrs. Poster, as
w of #the Board of Public
Lk in letter of May 33. arrtied.
Soaminunlcation from Wa. Bradford,
S asessor, read, and upon motion,

unltation from B. C. F.
ram r ding Aaemment as the
!am a ilot received and ordered
0 _2arin "akmum h


lade.t Miller of the water.
tgaittld his report, which
and s &.led with the dwer.
IVdal moved thai the
ti I-e*ted to wr. "taft
OM *ofloway .e..
Bear led.
stated the aeoee
lre thae to


ITON B ANK.
of Ne Which Is Likel
et reat Beneit.
diofathenamu
Sth m'gOeoation W
Swil re&, tton Co.
0o W, te moath aily and
os u- ta banking
'rla eto th w couicen
be ad u
"W 4t.ldeot; o.
S .
ro WeiT dent 1
-Tarn"d e" lner; W
Tho m a;., bChas, HI. F. Da
SA. J. Thomas,
Ma ult 4 J.. Nichole, direct
The oIfi ofpo4 ofit a nD
of th'.l a buas6otwln o men of
city sad and the bQI
will b udLmot upon a cohaer
sate Ta#aT frm of Dutto
Cob. d theor most reliable In
I ouni .ip t w goes without a
thatoi th4iiueceeding them will
ajoy a a^s'bsilneel.
Bt~Ibl AT 4IRtNANDO.

Mr. Tayleri, Well Known
faor,. Takes Her Own 1if.
Hernando, June 3.-Mrs. Ed Ta
fopteatted sullbde Sunday mornaln
wreen the hOns of one and
o'clock by. shooting herself wih
pistol, and her body, with the
beside It on the bed, was found
daylight Sunday morning by her yo
husband, who had just returned fr
a night spent away from home.
Mrs. Taylor was 'the daughter
postmaster R. 3. Spires of this pi
a young lady of sterling worth
held In the highest esteem by all v
1 ew her, and her tragic death
ocked the town..s Her husband
pear greatly acted over her d
'JEFPF PAViS' BIRTHDAY.
The Occasion Passed Quietly
paineville Jiunke Only) loslng
pnday wa4 4eoffero Davis' bi
day/ a legal hioway In the Pok
Thore was notlin to Indicate the
oldent in GainerlUI,. however, furl
than the obseratlee of the ban
which closed for the day.
There Ar Pew
People who lakwb how to take c
of themsW ve*-bhe majority do
The liver Is a moest Ihaportant or
In the body. V C. mpklns, A
Texas. writes: 01 bave used Herb)
for Ohwls and Vd tw and ud it
beet medicine I es used. I 'wo
not be without, -t is s6 good
chtildrea as it Is isgrwsf.p peo
a. I recomme 4 Is. it as ee







r. eam


|' cow i4~ &Wmfo'i u j '2 -. For
11 *a m i pound
e aH a0 xm-t bl for Ohildbfrtk
h to 0n of the the Irk says in t h
S I ''of Ma who good itlear
a a, ur. sGay has alreasftdy1&il. Wi t deo id r
pe e00 orates oof on .scu w nt .
.. lha. broefght In, the markets on an nect
av5 M am(I ror than $1 paer ate, andry ingSe
S beto t season close hoe xpect thM a ta *on
to hiUp t 100 corat" Les. h ,toi Dsbtrap pre--
a pr fpr roeft ov themh h e ae andtlfo.
y to a half o la.ndi d triends o tr. Gay to WMah I omel
are consratqlttag him upop his .*uc t o m sl.g e "N a ane invited
e of ** with the coCuamber orop, *UMIiq4, M. t
AhIfk Mr. Cay has alnety acrem of cast-
t woe os, ftro while ho expects to

here. a cash offer of $4,000 for 'the op .
ill6 the "ines, and calculates on tt th'
a gret del, more, as the Untt Is 1Th e. .O_ _8__......
W. fine and 'even, of "excellent quality, ,
IL and s destined to. bring fine prices
L. B. li the northernn markets.
.' Mr. Gay is not only a practical
tton, planter, but a man of fine practical
J. A. Judgment, and this combination is .
tor.L P*v very avantageous to him, '
l eo calculates on making a handsome
hli thing fnancially from the farm this
nes year, and while others may fall habort ,1 A w' esdy a Fill Ordr for
tive, on their expectations, he realizes that
&h he will secure a fine success, because
Ithe he has conducted his farm on a clear IEN'S, WOEN'S AND ClUiL 'S
yln and practical basis.
Se.n- -, ADYTC-
PROP. WILSON HERE.
1 Professor of Chemltry of Gutiford l TH H
College Comes for Information. .
and Among the prominent visitftor to
*' this city to Prof. Wilson, professor of AND
ylor chemistry In Guilford College, Gaul- l. A I l I,
be. ford, N. C., who has come for kne
two spoel work In the experimental sta-
h at ion or the ntv*iTy eotloreotid. $t ok larger nd mare umplete than ever before.
iun Prot. Wilo to0 a gentleman of Best quality at modern* ) prins. Our new
I at pleaslta address and affable n4ner. .$3rh4 a O ummit atlogue will be
ung He compliments the Universityill beof
rom Florida very highly, paying special sent upon IgeLt.
tribute to the experimental station. \
* of He will be here for several days. .
and Compliment to Prof. MasBeath.
who The Gospel Herald of DeLand,.edlted' L
ha by Dr. Hulley, the president of Stet-
son University, has the following to SAVANNAH, OBOROLA.
th. eay of the'principafof our high school,
ho delivered otie of the Stetson com-
Zencement addresses last week:
In "Principal Tom. F. M Beath, Master
n of Arts. head of the high school et
Galnevlle. delivered address at AC T & R AMA
rth- the commencement of the Normal .8 I ..... "
uith, Sebool on Monday morning. Every-. (
In- body who knows Principal McBeath
her may depend upon it that he a-sured V A. .
nks, up to the requirements of the oooa. Abtlms of Title me ftl latoenfotmm ftm i 'pdi nsag lana%*
ion. Principal McBeth is one of out amUt, am. umg r haiv ed toha*UW yesn "so l
foremost school men In Florlda. lHe Hfi eosve -aat flohp Now.
Ito thinker, an able writer, an abl --
are speaker, a wise counsellor, and what a .e m
not.e ito ore and better, he i~ a man of
gan warm sympathies and a man of lV AFIM, BURLART AJD UI3 irg)RA E r
lba. Strong Coiage ."a muma A- eom. p' Of
the INDIGRSTION A CRIME. L-iorli0
auld It Is a positive lPe to coin O U
tob sufferhtg with the il of indigestl e.
ple, sth as headaches. sacaces, heav* PepO e of West End Will Ce* at TUNAS
for 0esa nause saad, distress after eat. e La,
im. lig, specks bet *s the .qit. -A i"Nr CO.
ency ad nerouea, now wI -& a K
te" yo" at the t Mioa UmeA 0 M 00 te 6W0 l *0 es te a te OF
the tablets will da Gaw W W r UNE OF
if Mtaa wlu utragbe. all the uu a th 9001)B4..
segs or asona. sathat __ __8 s >^ se ecOD5..

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f fonlowl* ae y .
the lUt l
An Act w
I# of an Aett
and enlarsi1g
the powers o
a munj
da, and pro r
lof those POw Pllf 1t iii
pter 5497, lAwe .
Be it enacted hY the 4,
State of Flo'~:1 ,._
Section 1-Thal
ve act be and

"Section 1-The 9W
d boundaries of t0
sting In Alachw ""
of the City of *
reby changed and CPdSM
ed so as to emrbrioe w, tnz ii r
torial limits and mu at MSIMo
Ion of said City of GalnetIlb aU
the territory deribBed** erws: urS
mmence at the northwest corner of chldre
tion 4, Township 10, sOeth, HRalge al
east; run thence north 0 chains,. TSi.Sb
ence l60'chalns to west line of See! o otei
un 2. Township 0, south. Range a
t; thence south 60 chalas to north- urfy ng. a beaut
est comer of Section 5, Township Wforan bt
10, south, Range 20, east; thenoe west andnurwsry. O-- orated o
chains, thence south 80 chains, and WyrG tm hour
ence east 80 chains to southwest .)a bo ns I
corner of Section 5, ?9waship 10, u10
south. Range 2o, east; thence WIOuth 40 tto
chains, thence east 106 6 chains;
thence north 160 chains to, besganng."
section 2-That Secttio 2 -'o the tey may determine. The Mayor an
above Act be and the same ie hereby City Council shall have the power, b;
amended to read as follows: ordinance, to fx the maximum rate 0
"Section 2-The M6yor, and City rates to be charged for gas and electc
Council of the City of Galaeville, In trip lights, and all other public utill
their corporate capacity, are hereby ties, whether owned by the municipal
authorized to issue, froa Ke to time, Ity or by any Individuals, Arm o
bonds of said city to m-ok amounts firms, corporation or corporations."
and of such denomhain ass, bearing Section 8-That Section 4 of the
lot exceeding five pe cent. interest apove Act be and the same Is here
per annum, becoming due at such by amended to read as follows: ,
times and upon sdch ooditions as ."Section 4-The Mayor and City
May, by ordinance, be determined. Council are hereby authorized, by or
the proceeds from the ales of which dinance, to regulate, provide for and
bonds at not less than pir value, shall require the opening, widening, ex
be used for such. municipal purposes tending and Improving of streets
may be provided by rAlumnce, and avenues and public places, the con-
for the payment of whklh bonds, and struction and inlatenance of side
the interest thereon, the entire tax. walks at d street pavements; the'es
able property of said ciy 4v the pub- tablishment and, maItenance and
lic utilities owned, by the ety may keeping ln order of grass plots aad
be pledged; provided tt be**re the parkways In frot of property between
lsue of said boats e h* 'MI the the property naes or outer sidewalk
issuance of the ubo& thi oaipoeed Inues and the driveways in the center
to be i1ued Waau he a g0, t by of streets; the drainage ad Ailing
ordinance, setting fort jA in cO low paespublic or prite,,
uots of such bonds, .n o f atW. daigeio to public health, aOd the
st. the time, jitse* d F ed s o leanlag up and puttug lte proper
1h1 said bonDda, A"j | 4 t eodifM of places retiring Ich&
threon, shalUbee.o. 4 a1 4 pa4lm work to be doe to pomoteo teyb.
nd the purposes lArwat* ppo Me w50welare; an4dl teconstrctio and
II i'We of bombdifI*to b. ab. su matance of water maine. swers
"luently approv d beh U e"ot of aadoisks a" my by ao aft I
the votes cast a 11-ww41W dle prl j tor the payment of the eas
held for that pee, a t a ~A m ad thereof by gene14ral tatoM or b
Sa manner to Ia iy we ao at eot esn w
et by the-- tM o of gatt property frotig or
M*id ity who "pay$' amm M n B the seet. aveTm W
Manal frop y. 4 a p9ic plase where the same is dose
at the votes u t 4 frp n ohc p ep"
_aleed to T--,bet.g b- per frea 4tm .
ho P*a a tax a'Mu w or p ** (he ebiS* pDpier. er pMn
"ROry. The iMe9 en cair aMg tke east t*eret may be, by
sare amthat~eg M sj m d by seimaee, pas al h d senmel In st

Ieiof D ateI eltp e sednd t l cu aN ge
htfor tthe auggI la ato low l (ether _the


the f d ^ s, B easalemup and ptes Ian peee)




or o such wt of* Bem ins m


~~Lw by O hm a No


ivlding for the
i 6th Umated total
estimated amout
( t t -rof the special # PS *
to ied 'Ipon abutting
$ aWa matd cast to be
any aluo-Rt the
V*Wi nt. cleaned up or *
Stto daodition, as theo :' |' ,

A pri In the ald city, and f. *r
ity hall meet as son
cter the expstioa t
ofa,,d p .at a time na ifed .
tn the ort and permit any t. i Irritation, subdus I
owmer of, .tr person nterestel
in. ay py pty l ainst which it & een the Fib rousIW
proposed to. ivy such special asseingthe M
meat, to ptrgm t to twe City Councnl .
a"y objects' which he may have 00 ye g
(. the enfdt aent of the require-
S 'rtet of such ordinance; and nu2 l shlEUlATISE
b ave power, It they d justice or
gilbt to require the =l1to repeal .A i
or amend mid ordinance; but no t
such amendment shall increase the
amount to be bspeclally assessed U e es
.laiast other property. Any pron s 00 l t
oibsm or interested in any property
to specially assessed or generally A 00
taxed for sid work, who shall not Tf s
at tuch meettdg present in writing "t I
tI the City Council his objection to
il14. ordinane, s*hall'be deemed to L As
bare consented to its provisions, and
S any person so, presenting his object.
tions to such ordinance and not satis-
t Bed with tho .ietion thereon, ahol
lhave the dight within thirty daYs ",S C) '. -
t tMiafter to present to any court of 0 e ,.
Soompetent uSriediction by bill In
chancery pr4inf for an Injunction
p galnst the enforcement of said ordl-
nance, and the court *hall have the .
t power upown proper cause shown, to,
grant such hiftection; and any per-. 1,\\. 7 '..
son not so pesenting his bill for ...,
injunction within thirty days,
or failing to push to i success-
ful oonclustel with due diligence his"
application fe ano injunction, shall be
deemed to blve consented to the .
enforcement of the ordinance and the
levy and collection of the /apeclal
assessment ad taxes necessity there.
Sto, 4 shaUl not thereafter be heard V f l zy
to defend against or question the
Validity, of s- tax or special assess
S The Mayor and City Council are f
- herby authorized to provide by ordil* 8 $Q .
r nance, for the issuance of. speelal as- I'lIJi1
seilment city certificates for suchl Ah eidM e 8 eldeto gqeid lg eS.
Amounts and drawitg rate of nlater- MA CW" A TM a
et (not to exceed six per cent per
an hu) and upon such terms and con-
ditions -s may be deemed necessary,
to enable the city to pa the cost of FOR SALE BY J. W0 LL UM &
such work pending the collection of
the special assessment and taxes,
and to provide for the payment there. OSCAR N. 8 SKDBRS. P 'ERRY M. CO
Sof with interest and the City Council
shall as soon as praeticable after the
Soomplto of any sueh work by reso a s aaS & C o

assment-It Oener l .ro andlie
drained, Illed nL, gleaned I....
up or put into proper wdlitio.n a. HA*DWARE, 8TO 1i0i, PAM SB1i IMPLUMMTs,. FUJat
xM* It b the ot eeS o f,1 dS e e ew f.4w lag Dt aessssM

g r the wor. Aly ame s C le Se O, ok rwue, Alo ,, e

of may euch special au-s rt er
,p.. aef e'b.matnitat M



Jl w is invalMity aa i -ed i-
amd M psa abugh suit
aslD th iaft M laer* be ht| t '



ewia olrty eay est mmd such en


sImat -d am so Pau vb am'
dmU hWM ineres bUSs.be. &W

nowON City ommo Mo. wy'0W&
-ll psvid far Irbe -w of

1 reM to r tolJI

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fla. #W uek4tlel, th -Aiee


e Ie dime b uo.-.ww Yw x u. TOOK
8Staki Beard of PeMe. tawvilletIi. q. '
A 'ito eob, pe'* John Love lllott was ir 'ver
Soae be Ito eatitle years a resaidet of QlnelGail e. and
r ahsl* i be 1 well known by many o. the older
emtai: t.he dk of eloient her. Leavin this cdty ie
I8 of the went to Jacksonville, later proceedimp
,.. to New York, where he has enjoyed
i I~USU ine susess in mhnlug ventWie. His
"a iil 1 's ta A rt with, now decosied, was, a daugh
i 1 w 9q er of., the la David Wilsol of Jack*
e miat, N nvillae. She died leaving two
oft.S SM O te p 4et :. a dubhers, who are now with their
1 pa *aoee t0 which father. Their grandmother still re
Wir. ilot ha1m *.hu1 third wife.
i-That froa and after

as AW ga. t

QiS b"m y aIw to mnis- ........
e '.rlne i *a ,- 4 Stae d of ... .
,H. P.alOeI.W af 'peetribe the rie ela W l assessment for reasonable attor-
So ratitesr f" S' eIt of IeyI tees for the collection of unpaid
pstelTm tihe $MAUSl laws pe ool assessments; after the oollec-
shows ts fState, Alt taw are eOmpied tio threof shall hae bee entrusted
Swit and m i h l report and iwre to an attorney by reeolutlop of the
ommendatlW the Governer at (Nty'- Oma U." .
ay d. leas t thirtO before the aeetng *etloo 4-Tbat beetton 8 of the
o of the atH above Aft be an the eas is hereby
al Raid botf i n' e ri- A es a- d A-amMi .p read aw :tor. :
e msulations e -eA t o thof "iSetio *-The eltng charter
** business as ay iSMn Ipoper, sad ai roovkia of the City of
#w aot In coflMe the miort a." i're Ga-stle d t be at any tlaM
a I of the the59 whei ay ameded ied 'ad repealed,
r a .o k a lsAry not we- as as etrw new harteu and
S1e0 6e hive 1 oI w par aa* ohArter, promie wr amsadumts ofC
"a am payable w sat of the thee iestaxit l'ay o ao ted ad

|t5 butteI' ll..t ftU l ws aad by the lecislatve Wmausit the pow-
SL pj|r d laws lIft:V wi"th the we" er e s dt thme Innum ln and
oft 1t this Ai are hereby tt r as taalPa the
6t*t. of much powV s atd S tass.
St hlan tsae or the mumbera, power iUtie terms
1wdots r thevru- o q 1mm aa mte of ele
_________ a *eteptatmntwk atswNwrI(m
-o-ma"Nes amy be 1ai0d and9 changed
iMu1a 61 the ui"tNebe ade d w l- ates

*u a a-m"d ap e"w4f by the Mayor. er passed
Ss Mlb .e ttem M he me, and, at a sestal ;.
wS has 1ftmo "ar "w aLnsl rusi by the ab
bs set *.a kei Y- 0O orey oa the
dee@ We tAi i00 r *atets N eaIt e G 'slt

biwa n 't s- lF 'ai An O -s er aft be
ae*sw fk a ita Ith e w teal b tbS e* o et_
lIg, me gg h .r e fM-he tr that i A1 shI -o1f




"I Nw"


%i~ oalitepaue.usffr
st lastEed: ~4w'#

vot4~s o ait city."'

bf s in loft.WOW

-8242 th
&* J act I shall) taua.1
&k' i "I'ogewte"=upo-its. pasag
ep~ova b~dte Governor.

-The aboveia.s'a tre, and orrect
AM i*t-O'alAlt aste In te
Oaie* IL WAY CRAWFORD,
'Pacrouy 'bf oState


CHARGE

ARREST

-Agent Atl4
In Trouble.

?. AUSED SURPM

on Two Warr
i representative ogf
Company, C
t and Forgery.
e from Leesbq
John W. Jolly, a
4CoMt Line at g
Wednesday
out by a r,
American So,
York, one of wi
Y element of $2.1
t charges J(
the names of g
44 the Southern ]
S.O-' eight express
l represented I
aggregm
lt y Florida Sa n
in Palatka foro
was not receh


wa e i was dis
'ad V..' a traveling ug
i. a at the accused
i I Wto him after
the express recg
abeen forged for 4
POOVAi` b the auditor, u
,credit for 11N
lWppe..e v been in transit.
Tih ....t will have a prelim
nary 4e AOtl rTow before J4u
J B.L '. Tavares, the cou
Seat 9 1 -'ie tety. b
Mr.l ha hitherto borne an
osaum 'ps'a" ana n. . q


-. en "-r e llpuVMMa, ana his an
AA Al ct amuoo there title of a "I a I~S k to his friends --
Aet atiten I e an A amtedMs Sections '
1. 2, 4, ., 10,' 6 'o Act entitled,"Ai
Aet ete s an luilas the ter. I MaW ers court.
torist ilfits ed tb powars"bt the DouOlsiMl01taon, colored waste
Ct-y of Galasvtl e, M l l I firainedl the ,mayor's court T
poratios ogasld and, xlath it t y upona Wharge of fliting, (
Alaehma county, Florida, and provi4 a platt baviag been entered |
In foril the eoXerlse of those'powersW A. Chreaetcldhes, who testib
the nmeO bein Chapter w84$, 7Aw that Without iWovocation Jackson l
of Florida, Acts of1 trwdis stoe toad. struck him.
Be It enacted by the Legislature of soko fould tols a rather exp
the Stato of Florild: io*e sm er 'of getting satisfacti
Sectlop 1--That th uti. o th, I he li a grievance, as the m
abdve Act be, and the ame Is heoe w di Mn _10 and cost.
by amended, so as.to re s follow:
"An Act ameuding section 1l, 2, 4, L
and 1, of Act .titled an Act extend-
Ing an# eontlarg the ritoriftal
limits iand the powers of the City of 6
QGinesvllle., municipal corporatuic
oraniad4 and exist ing A*l5h%%
county, Florlda, and providlag, for'athe
ewso-O a those power. the aa,
being, Chatr M97, .$aws o Florida
Act ofis." '
SeOtiOe -Tbsat this Act shall tpe
*efct Immediately upen its p aI g
and aprmal by the Goernor,
AppVor,4 May A, I. 1T.
T6 above i a tro ap# of ori ginal we
arIS AAt e th tis o*s.E"
H. COI AY OIAWORD, wl
*M nL. .FLA
X k Molemee r Oe atthl ftoe. u of"
fet 42 per hWw 4. WEi^P A


fIT-d-s


Mineral rings
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rite


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0-I


pbplayed svt
0. furn~ihM


Ova OLSIW

mhsun ~4thes
'Weekly
ke &mi andon 0"
o~~.nlon ow MO
bWe swnllm.S


Our Wae Our'
owe &W51 tmiaR.U
~td~s not


The editor of Ii 4
desk and em
two hubandrd w
S who are sa W Wi?
s udw the ez Ww
The anti-tp bi which Wue t
during the Ste *0la of th
mature would )v* ton4 m any
doa the S )are it 1 be"e4
ed on the m r,- "

The new pensi ltw w be taub
In The Suta as 4, A oear*
copta be p fr the
of Stqte.e S t der.-

Now that Lawye Aha
Sconsigned to A lr m s 4 te
ltion will be ak4d to
his undiscovered VietIsO'o
Wer are paying ather
ease.

Now that the IdaOleAfre V 190
i thing of the paet
st in pace nt4l 1 d fi t
Ces ner the aw
ken will they realiO t eavy br-
8 placed upon tkem. T
Referring to thb pe
ber, what's the
lumphries of Manaee
Possessed of the abilty
that the chief exee ii v
m and would make o iorad
loernor. *

Senator Cri1 of tWs h
Sbe coniratnates w
Sfood and i
i into tlw B
aroetly for the
P u to yeaoi
sto know tet I la m
wed his efota


The lnoida S sr TT
n clut bes to


thento her
Sa m e. for


recwity of ri

**Of*** *.w ad p* *P **
Mnd the DO A 4 6"dW. W
P the work to OWW"im g MW
W waf of how -as 6&
V' t eW t a a e t k
Prft ,i MW so*i^^^^

Bdf ~ ~ ~ ~ t ILf A^ ^^^^^ ^^


* l


On the es






-ah
,ttbi


. Lake Okeeh bee, talo large
past o the new P st o t
.ad all of Dadet .
eptlon o a s im
Width, down to *i pthe
strikes tWcoaao ae
Aae ounpr d to e rne.;.
Only tonships. Lee t oie -ty
trict F under the old aw;
township to ths county. wre em.
braced .i the district .
thg reirt of the committee Ip
pplated by the Legislature to tavestl.
#Vii the d aftge work of the edo
alltoser waa so favorable that it
S dolbt hiad meah influence in aso
eitn: wytee for the present bill.
Under the ni lralawse law nearly
all of the small tax-payers ar left
out of the lrIet, there beitn only
thse on Fish aM tgt Ork and some
alsg the Mst Coast. 'The bulk of
the lands. In the astrtt are owned
by the 0Blthrm tAtIS LAd and


TiMer Company.
M ON. J. M.' BARO.

For seodse ma st it has been
rumored that Hon. J. N. Sprco of
Marion esonty was a probable candl-
date for tatoe omptrol'er. He has
b .w Proulently .bentloned by the
State press "a a good aMM foer the
poitia, and The Democrat today
kears from a goad aM reltble oure
that be has decided to qake the o ees.
ed that his aneueesmmet will be
ade at the proper tim It om
witot saying Mt e wil make-
Ptuve and agps Vs seaalgae.
Mr. Damre is a 1at:a glo*. s.
tad oe ofa the but amo pem in
those tate, ad his ay iutes are
ambered. by the t d-e win
be only too gla to e t.
support. N He6 had p0a
st busmne and political w r
nuamber ofyears, ados eafI
all as a tS"", hpuewt ChristJa"a, tl u


be t~b M

00 dd as ae


go dW .m O I
7________


- The
7%e Aepiad


f X COOt News iti
t u t Asked tils pqrtln
4MaI ts applicable to t1
teodam, a which we dedicate
th peopW Brevard county.
S:".'Are y6Oleanng' up your preo
eW and txt. to keep clean as tl
et athb tomesT Now. that it h
*I pronIf beyond a shadow of
1 *bt that HOn from the stable 4
'lqWeets o W eing typhoid germs
food, why try to shut them ou
Scroeans on the doors and window
zad inme 9uo, and a general clear
op allB cheaper than sickness.
'Then are you sure your drin
-ag water ia fet the thing? So mu<
Shas -een treated to tl
Uf. b f shallow wells wi
at boll It a* keep it on lee? Th<
deep water sometimes has ti
lime for many weak system
'e 1e filt will take much of tl
1" out. p the sewer pipes
the human s*ytem open for refui
matt. .
V"oet atro n d money, you sa
Yes, but chepW than elckness. Pr
vention is tt and cheaper tha

The action of the Seoretary of U
Interior in ,dnta1in thirteen ol
ad faithful dia from the Lan
Oagee was rather hard-bhearted on th
We ,of it Th action will be tfbo

* b1y similar dI~molmals In the am
of about 100 thers. This Is prdt
severe on the old clerks who re
put through o fault of their own
cot old ae. ,But It Aay have the e
hcot of hastekig the passage of th
Civil Bervloies Mrement Bill whol
with 'ood 'ralon, is eagerly looked
forward to not only by the Goven
iat, employ of, Washlsgton, bu
of al other d f the country. I
th ase of t Od i clerks, th
Old people ha4 aned on th
tolls largely of ty, copying
the Land e fooo iti pen and tl
simply they 414 not know hoi
to use type tr. T ork of th
office was ft beh d Mr. Ga
ld, the n eretay of the Iote
ft betig a t ease" etM iyoa
am, too Oihe ttae t am
Pr-dsoesori had. everI th a41


to tkand dr ed th o e
srot
UAW o of charfty, some o
them of public harity. They wil
serve as bitter exaap)oe of the si
of growflu old in the 0avernmen
service. But per ape-ther plight maj
hasten the day when clets will leam
$o be more thrifty and lay up some
thing for old age.
The past year has bees by far the
most prStable in the h tofry t.
Hastins potato section, n.esty thou
and barrels having bee harvested
and disped of at the beet primee in
-ay yTrs. The land upon wh"kl
ay smaN fortanee'have bees aMsid
dmtg* the ast few years in that o
atim ws formerly emasderd wl-r
leeS, ad ise another evideoTe fI m
bdet t as living bet.g ew what
Syet itone tr the eople of iPrl.
ea. Th gaslogisal nveym yrovd-
far by last LeWslattre ay yei
b theans of the people borslvis
the u molfslan andA&Wamuidaa
ofi at y, or there is as- talag
wha9 d" a rve we IS e so b
ft k s-wea gth a seer to b
S la be.

I" $age et 6e 1M esmm d

a N ~er i t po sowr n t asw
9Opn p"M have aUG Om Oe
smaelves, m smr wht pamp
-e Ikens e as suat hai ave



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St ein enem SW


W s9asa, t m oes et b f s
Sos we
Os gbtw b oo on" ad
at imy a^la. -

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U" m mli 1


.N"DA rNLLS WIER P.L.A-




aa In lestu t deeMtns reteurstt plt to th 5 !
t prospects I The apa rate rmond, sad
to candidacy eteee. up to two iN ton aad i o n expoettit,
ago, to have eg let sd the party; Morgan flmi that tUK-
al* now. snBeB ther i)peerance of^W viste was a most one. Rida^.
he available ceadi*at.e tbe whotle R aMid was crowded @old soldieIit
as plexion of the seltathdm is shef|N and visitors, this being o
a and nowhere is th0 more evident of the most largely s er held.
or It the editort pages of the In speaking of the J win B ,
to papers retfe to. Uon Mr. Fennell sta t, a
t? Among the ams suted as withstanding that many
ws didate are Oyvean, White. tlag have not yet bees
n. so, Daniel, Swanson, Rayner, f it twa a great bow, Oane
berson, Carmak, Beekham, attended by thousand
k. and Franels. It i a ale ular i 'Metion of the united 8tat
ch that in all this long list, there i who attend appear to xjreext I
he except Johnson, the name of a selve as being satisfied. .
hy Northern man. It seems to be | A brlef stay was made in W


ie sign of the times that this inevt .
of event has excited no adverse crltISd A HAPPY MARRIAGL. i
me either in the North or West. '. ," -ert
S"an ane Le annIl Hurst and Mlss AImea
ry The announcement hasi been a Harred United In Matrimey.
e- tht the medical college, the A qttet but hapyy marriage I
In college of the University of olemnisd at the home of Mr.
l. about to be opened. The fIrMe. A. P. Iarrod Wed*day a
pine Government has approp fte. the onetreotiag parties
ie 162,500 for the first year's suo osiAnedia arroed. their daagbter
ld the new Institution and the s tLrmale Hu at at O N rnJ
o to add other colleges to it and. Lee of the Advent ChrstonA l
e Insthe instittio the premier unl ty offlelatUa. There were Ot
w* of the orient. There will be t Intimate friend of the fhMat
* of the usual sort in the mAedlqs enl mt'
Slee, but special attention will bh d The groom has a number of
to tropical disease. This will In this eity, having at one t i
e up an almost untouched field sided here. He t noew emtipl
6 toeah oor this country, and wl Lh the The ls-achary niunltfte n
1 eatwilve tropical possession i- e of Ofalt. The bride is a
b. United States has acquired, 1l4 and popular young lady, havid ng
14 prove a very valuable addition te ir ftriends.h
- sceUtiaUo knowledge This countrhsa M1. and Mrs. Hurst left.c the
t already gvem to e world the Wdil tra for their future home oL
n to explanatlon of yellow eve the e ytg with them the best w
t most Importaat conutrbutin to p Te- of a best of friends.
t cal knowledge since the discovery of I t y A Ia
g patnteptlco. And there is now s es ACQ id NT TO IRA J. CARTe .
k celleat ohanae tor farther noafle -
_e aoveyva uabl Runiwawy eSturday NilOgu. |

r bill appleopteatlt mosey ter thd he Was, thrown violently fa h
k proper equipto it An d maintoeama o buaf, Ira J. Carter, a weJ .M
of the Flr4Ma .lversity, Etat ye maa who mwa a Md
Woman's Oo. d Deaf, Dr ab farrm e the remnigea eati
and Blind Ime jieased the mreent talked a broken leg sad wMas
l Legslature. "a t the people wis t tred. ,
of Florida are a~vtethe importano f a The rnaway oecured
r of the bisher dl t of tp yoth e ght, when Mr. arute, who
n of the State. S-,enor. .a of to Oanesvillle r business l
t Dural county is U the at of the t=rywaf to his horne. ie l
y present bhiber edeatleo to wMoh to thi ity, and Is now wh the
Swas enacted in 190 6 $t Ait ad llby f W. .'Carter, where IMA i
* with whiob he oQp igly at, Osevio pMoi y aette ntios.
tempt to cripple the Stats seboots PteMO of Mr. Carter reg0se
Sdurig the recent sesstos of te Lewis an him malsfortune, abt tgir i
nature shows tiat hise eh ofttamto w s s .e be eabied to Ires
. made no mistake in promtoin him g ,
from the House to the me to. t .w.
ry Buckman Is today ow e o.. .e H T PIONeHMMN R ITUft&
ableet o s Ia the State f d loorlde. 1 *I
9 deng tey telL*mte of Anoberu Nt
. The p e t Pt iU M Time t Ce*ar Kea. M r
Iwen M the f tthe t 6010a0- s A W tte of
sote ever theo falurersI o glu, r Braim 8.nr
, tore o rest oa new of t t J.W. madas er m|
e *MUpi Te btU eill the nmew tbe m at de ttl etf
county, to be known i stlas, aUe Mey. esweMts edaE
passeMd thU ouMns by a maeritr. T rrMMW m dk 1 heated
bet was never rea the Sea- atd "west whm tMe la
te ealma, and M"r as eme f themd i
- enmeM ored to a M l p ma il e kiMnd a.1
Sat fet e r. 11T. mge t 11 1>
w el Rase a strsb s 0 m M rawti h e
is newo eroty 0btwo b" a SrtS

Vthir as bwh arte was New seigaThest IeB
wea ls wak. w- e trftef
the rrg-Uati aleme t The0i B




W S? sail ** *. *S S TaS
ga s tuwhee aeI s emeat Thwed


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AM ~Ieff~wwedethe







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clt s eture Owas




al.
the 4* lovae Tea*
of "t64: I



.wW~dhiawl a!


Of Mda

~~sinm.of III* moona



dfiss*e&basee
'~t AeeptoTru As


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Veto
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The: e10'th~ie

Over ~ ~ ~ & ig~suU~ nd ored
*out gum lae4by t6 baow
which 6* w e t In hei uVIVIGMa
To 00-tsae hweather weasvi.
cdousl AI *ebo.hIbat.prowa
.4It, ,e 'u4612&066 unde
of jo Vywea Abe hill Wbes
th i~tW4maw a1e to orde. In
f&CWtk* thM SO~mwmcewas but little
imaflr t'i that O4 the second. when
0424, itai~plu D. Lee rapped the
Wdy tiqVdev and Prebented %he may.
or. Mduthi. of W&Mblatftf wbeof-o
tioed prayer.
fb J. W111sm ;otkw s subitted thi
Aannul vpo tofte coofederaftme-M
worwW .-xsqcatfoa, -wh*A deKaltlf


I%* report which uU9edfor addi-
tie's 6aan'ditl aid -w"a apted 4e
griet enthusiasm.
Thbe-report of the history oSMlnree
was receiv*Od ad ortered to be PHWt
ad. it *00 wt read to emeo.
venton.
-A camne out ws th ewenter at Oosd
Iafr WOr M bWwas Pwemeated bY
J.. J MtW. e00OW DO V0th Vir-
esal cavalry, J6O aw OMStPhen KD.
1M~s. TU ,p~iiiawsow epud Uth
OR Infttkvuq


Usafteky, AWASIMW6 e111h
a"" teto wi 11UtIft go@"
ado, 5.14mew *tOb emlhlu. me
ftd tha U wv,64164 04 "st
*A7 to osf Now.4 4 Sat a
as". or A at


1wito Mim umo
egpvI40 bobubbld gsa


a.r ~wmr ep


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*u~imwae qa 1 His 84 ;;

ttibetefoire *e .wtsh, t, es, 0
Amink*9 to the.set that it AM
I With inoper.-kn6wledg


the oollbfnstlofl, knoivU tW. llo,
2 to tbq c~liornia. Fiji Sy'la.
le ron*6 basa beenlong.04d'i
2d hAs .attained t6 Wo4*id~ce


iufactur.
ulas to
it is well
'g Syrup
acter of
es which
name of the

G"'
tnt suc.
who would
tion of right
It each hour
.O contribute
Bantage, but
Ildiken at the
to present
bidM& has won
b6Wd because
a4 of manufac.
4I


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'I .lve, tav-e adopted the r6e elaborate name of-Syrup o 4 'Wnd Elixir of
S"na-a more frlly descriptive of th.emedy, but d ,s l always be
caled for by the sborter)nasne of Syrup f tdto get ects always
n whe prchag thb full name of 40 Co pasy -yrup Co.-
l printeon the froot of every page whether r-Syrup of
Ps"or by the (a nam--Syrup of RB hand Elixir of of Figs and
: uIxt of Senma-Is the one lxative remedy matufac by Fig Syrup
O. ad the. 4"neM heretofore known by the niamb-SyruCh of kh has given
a i^R stion tomalons. The genuine is for ale by all li iit, throughout
Sited a original packl ea of one size only, rice of which
S; fifty cents 'pe bottle \ ., ; '' "
; E very bottle id sold under the ge ieral guarantee-of the filed with the
Secretary of .Ajiculture, at Washington, D. C., that the r~e.y e. adulterated or
sr:umbramnded "bin- the meaning of the Food atd Drugs Act, Jut.e' to6.

SLIFORIA O SYMRU CO.
San Francisco, Cal. '
LoWlaville, Ky. U S. A. N 1 wYork, N. Y.
mLodon, England.


CLOUDBURST VMST

STATE OF KENTOGUKY


Great Damage I oae In Doesn
or More CouneAs.


LANDSLIDIS DELAY THE TRAIN


'Montlal Dewnpour aweepe D ase
of buntteis, poing Intalculare Dam.
age to Perma, bridges *i4d Rail.
reads.
Ldangton; Ky., June 4.-4tport
odeIw4 Monday ladisate that the
admase by Saturday nilgt'* elooujurt
will probably teach o0,00..
la Niobolag. Peaidleot. WqW, Ie,
Grant,. Harriso n, Brbon. Mont*
4lmry. Bath and other eatal and
eaera Katamoky coatlys. lIve stoek
ridges., tenota, small outboases and
fadd were washed away.
All tratln are delayed by landellOs.
fteV l landsded are reported ea
the CMoaeakp e and Obi Ian the u *t-
ra part of the tste.. Brid~s wre
aled away o-.c; : .e x stoa ed
~4term ratimtd an-r Torrat. W te
eoiat. Hiram Blar. imal eorr.,
I IlagI toa Nwholas oatwy. and Ul
hetdnt ao 'be m dcowaed or
= ."by uslh
; s crrow A Rolry ToWe I wre
Irt ed


P- loomw Ne1 T0 IsiTW Ord$".
)C1 min. UMa... am.*4.- SW
"M go m d tW be a gumwWi e
a* not hitua ca

as smaqk1os Ot u %@"w
an Amhtm a t* MkR t
sag 0r %Ubbda** g49)fatsram*
swiftavab bwvdft I owl
bee to V s" atooM ft
-.m- -.r Vr Gevuse r Owl


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V10% DSk 1, lob1)?
'~-'In4:wx=2,1 .L~i


THIRD WEEK OP TRIAL.
talyer of Isn Pretwlsoo Must Amwe.
Extertolet charge.
Ban Francleco, June 4--rhe thtr
week. of the trial of May+' Sebmiti
on tse charge of ektortUa wilt belis
Mondp' wlt eliOh juser ila the bt
,and with tbe. taeoutio limited tU
but one ptrmansp lhaUenge andt thi
defense two. Two talesmeh were a"
cepted on Friday, but two Jurori


chosen earlier la the cane were die
qualfled oan thq mine da. Flour mo
Iprors are yet to be selected before
the tstflpouy can be taken. !be
accusation on whidh Sebmlts will be
tried Is one of the ftrt 8 9 ladict,
ments retaured againt him Ia con.
aeetlon with theoextortion of money
trom Preach restaurat f a un.
der threat oft ortdin the police co0 r
mulslomer to withhold permits toi
Maquor lenses.
Slate the Schatts trial haw begu,
30 other true Mils have been totad
agaaUst hiA by te raaad Jry.
PLUNERD DOWN A iHAFt.
Even Person* IWJurt In an Elevato(
Acldent a Aklre, '
Akre, 0.., Sae 4.--TK pemomn
were Iajure -Ia eteomar acasat
at thelast of te Good4esr Ti aa
Iabbw. compare e bw MmO., the
00o0 Mfsslf blag W. JP. anor.
g a i frei best L ee a


o b 0hsti er, o.
ab O CCUle.
I"so gatt $lgo w0 ea bses


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DB. OB9T. o. BOWERS,
/ DENTIST.
O 1 la Miller Law Exchanp.
0e8 Pho*e No. 26 ; Residence So.


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-,atid b. o ftohptt Orawn
K 2,B H m4bv nwJting. The negro enge
l ,a' wit a keby, probably
4ee- awtord'rs family start an
buth' Tw. two soon on watqh n
aWtrofutet him and he opened l Ofthos
AwAS killed by Jobs Boyd.th
IUSnb .COHis 'M ba thrCOLMeN ptitols and a be !
NEWtestt lerysr ou bul person. nt
held by the coroner ot Laurens w t '
Is 4S Charged With ty for avestigtion.aee at
Crate 1 te of Wonutn ab Ad- -of-saIS
-*ielts*te ugs In Efeet to bring Pound D04 In Vacant Lot A. Br Jk
Sat C na Operatio P.w bys Btratgham, Ala., June 4*..4 whom sal
Hero it, .yanemploye 0atthe Al1 4 By order
Aeeviut~lle *gremt. At. ea outhera 'railroad shops, i i0 7
h oSfrou TU4T y's d 1i7ly Saun. found ta a dying condition in Chairman Boar
irlrSda si-B" seehe The cale .6 the State .o Plorlda cant lot on Morris avenue wi Mttest: . IKLLI5Y,
e of thle s. Frantiu Mubherry, charged with pockets rifed. There were great
.hl border wis Hiin t. second degree, the In the front and back of his h NOTICE OP
.gp peolpcatoaps being-that the woman& h4ugh the skull had been crush 'elcttonwillbeh
an @ athe hth of Queen Clements, some heavy weapon. lie W school house,
ly of Ste ookpted, twenty years of agb, by ad- possibly recover. Ei son, 8.o54 of Alah county.
Instering d s ian endeavor to Mosely, was killed by highway June 15, 1907,
r. Stokely wa In e a rlma i operation, was called 3irmaiptbam a abort Um ago. h be c reate
hav, hingIvto ao- ~~~in~ 1o, Justice ohlo n's court Monday -0 .. .' x school district, for the
InTg tOvert rorw L GAL ADVERTISEMEIT of thr trustees therr, and
t Graove o t ro ewaso crowded t -------- of tberiniang tud
Brrof the mosrt *<^ l~ with *ho0 were conTwated ADMINISTRATRIX' NOTICB th l for the next *uocwN
cultural r the p f bearing the evi- CRADITORS. theater. Poll wilt
tee on i but, were disappointed, asand close at sus.
the proper Sa tht Soma rouh her -ttappo Noteo, hereby given tha prsoo e
im ent of a B at Halle, d tived examination, and creditors, distributors or other Owens Ps Jameof
o proving of w, d at 00. son holding claims or de Sh ert os* ohf whom shall a
unt of the Being ual to secure the boad, the the estate of W. D. Sele. r O of d of P
ceased, must present the samee By oD f or of
K~to be found WON tback topTlo, whee r." : b
IThe Stokely Its hwwaas i il undqwllneh for payment .th! e two StIUosd r t hfiaMsn2
Th p d oeS ei ,proote ooA1t. ?4ye f'om the first public qf h n od
tee is a i dw e s ulladr woan s wellthis notice, and a failure to do ll Attet.'J. L. KEIl E v ery ed o kw*Lm chareadw to Pis section, and be plaid in bar to any action o ro -
o s wh s to ked' uph .y the colored people, cove on the same. NOTICE OP LSQiTION,'. ,
S hn eelly -" with All persons owing the said t An.electin w be
it contains f A t A ft"S "PPORT. perstion, uq tb believe hlr to bea mst the me to the und ed ostric e g t
er the ordin -' &* switch, posoMpe4 of tzysteuaews utaun LULA D. BIGlER Ad lw for the purpose of
mong which is t Are OPDl e Montht power. Shia where tht will have t*ofLULA D. t EIoLi. A w eror not said di
.Mr4otokely hal' M Aggregatlng 1 4 ao fear of r at present, however, trix of the Estat of Do f as a special t a
le crate in whch Mntla i .r pw is a g a most and probably, will remain It confe- J. M. RIVERS, Attorney p l erefor, and te forth
Section of or .O llt oBor, and o friends mat for fa tme to come. f dan det ng th rate
to a number ofi Wh*ho stood by 'Md supported him dur- 4..0 W . .. a Mand Molloects thet
Sits merits an tag tnelpal o.am are proud Pref aIr Honre. PETITION /OR ELECTION Polls will open at I o k
The patentee states &i I4 te tott b / hue s A so far. Prof. A. W. Blair, head of the ex- To'the Board'of Pubilo Instremlo at sunset. The to olwlo
be manufactured 4i11 -4 A r bar nArowe i,' n St a big mtaa per netal stelon of the University We, the undersigned tax-p and PePsW have been appoilaNt
heaply as the oftre ers t. eI ti PIelly; b.u he uakee atp the of orlds, a* returned ftom gStl. voters reetual in the Willsoflipe- of said election: J. W.
king seriously of tt t his shrewdaes sad te, where h went to deliver enl School DIstrict No. go88, bjN lito, W. J. aord,mwI.et m .uh,
tmvkln. earlettal'I o teb t our honorable body to call ow, e. whom shall Rot as clk.
ge factory here i the f.vet obrer, wy t thb result that, he Is addrms before the hortibultural o- io n acordance with the S4 and By order of Board of Pkbli
e can secure the naeuemr fta Iamal atilag Wr htmaelf a reputation olety of the place. at a time suitable to yoursIe s for strurtlon this the 7th day of
couragement which SI bound, to prove of benmqt to Prof. Blal; is one of the best posted the purpose of chanulin the t D. 1907. R. B
him In tur of said distritor the of Char 'BoardPub. Is
LM Whrp f a n *te trustees and for the puppose of Attest: J~ l KELLn Y, Sm.
FLAGMAN WAS KkLED. The arsal's report for Ma11. in,'ts louti h i lo is consld aming the millage to be assessed;
which has b4bn tur"et ito the prope ered of a higt standWar by those who said distro to embrace the followli Nog ot or APPLuAION
young White Man Run Qown and Itthority, hows forty-one arrests ae seeking knowledgei in this direct. described territory towit: DXm0 DIor
Killed by *board Ifih during the month, with sa aggregate tion. I of sectlos S, at, $m., 81*.. o.0 00.LAW&
S revenlee uesy, fne of $14. Forty. 3 0.31. 8oIt, .4, 36, aMd W1, towialshtp oie, tabr %
Information has reached thids ey .lue bi idof atte were tflpounded, Seware of OIntments for Catarrh that Range i; alo alt 1f1 S eo lr t
the death of a yo he 5,6. fees eating 4.. Contans 1. 1, 0, 1, t, 84. .
flagman on the oSeabat r d Air .. As mercury will surely destroy the 87. S,. 8, 84, 25 as4 S Township I8, s .* o n
by a tlroadin which wa i Oer a k8:ledt HAMFUL, STOMACH DOSIN4. sense of smelling and completely de. Rane 11; also ll9 SeBation 1. 1, yin%
Theby a tphyicn which ians bat:at t range the whole system when entering I. o o ?11o ." toiohi 9, Rang rs t
Canmville three or ars sSc The boesi, phyadl3na b.. 0 th", o-15: also of SectIon l, 1 d 1
The circumstanee "th tragic the less medicsne one swallows the tho the mucous surface. Such wnshp 8 .1 "atHIo
Cnaw' fire three or 20 dlbetteri aSlea should never be used poept 17 rresptUy, asoweasi
nme of the yo n m Do not try to cure catarrh of the on presriptlon from reputablewphy4 B. L hIo&r ,e J Ward J. Rttoi
ed. It Is stated. o*w hs head by dosing the stomach; this Is Note-The above petitic WIll be 's ?m1 of
train was a freht d taken neither ootamon-sense not acslentlo. te told to the good you a possibly presented to the Board of Public laUi. he b daySi OyA.
rwasln ad trothabd tjake Breathe Hyastel, and its imedletloo derive rom them. Iulfs Oatarrh straction of Alachua county, Flor4da. Pi ok cioimt oun
Slinle and the tit, ifd into Breathe Hyo el. sm d te s C eU manufactured by P. J. Cheney at the meeting to be held on June o lr Ct t
lini while he was sdim4i te the will go right to the spot ,where the Co. Tolo,. 0., contalas no Mercury,. 1, 1T07.
c,,ter of the track wiAtet attention catarrhal germs are resent and 4ree ad Is tak' internal, acting dl.* -I-MD Or A*PLICATtO0
directed elsewhere the'system from all eatartsa poisoon. r y the blood abo sor APPUoATION PO TAX d LAWSO ODA
~"* J. W. McCoUm has 1 en so many ON1' S toh CursiM eA be nu DsmU salfToN S or IOFORAm m PT.
TEACHERS, A T. cures o aftarrb made by Hyomel. a yiSa. it Sto tau s ai n maW r16AWS O FEOSIDA. ra
TEyXAI TION. lin osof them chrosie and coap* as"In ToleaS Ohio, by VP. We ttoA0.e w. e. as*
S.aeted caW, that he gives an absolute MeW Co. Te"tim.lIs If 4 1*o t.o
curteen Whlites tTr guarate of cum or loney will s s fShei Pe peam
Colored aplicant sa ihi, da a U Married, at the home ofba e .. Naane o 1 i .Iee.
"V-the white a1Wate twe r~r e The et h clooml ck Tuedayt eos elot b ?V t1


S. r t H. Pkeo a4 Mrs. 1tr I a.
ST he examination ts tAkrty, R. T. J. Nixke on Kltry.. ,.. l btm m5 is AouA

ondr thc perseasl Iirtlg of is The oootrartlra parties are ofn" N Camk Cie Wesse r
at dceckTueda o(w toads asu%;,o '" t Sd


K elley N O 1 u o M s. Pr dJu .

...L Ke ... .h 3, wit oahm r' 11u r1 r ested e.



hor Tuada "ela. p areall s a abe wi1), m ii nav


2191t two or A .,:
'Ibe aof 11,'
shorh Is as W bbiS"'bftbPi~s palst a
"M5
sillpanm od w y. PL We&sps ptmter -5 ,.


a~t ~.Pft L&, 9 Of ouble
$woo" 1w.tl VerseS
a wa. Gaft a IsWL UIsPH"
we I W. x Johma.
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stud


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That ".1
1 The IO






W. r. Love,

morn thoe be
SFriday, w hOa

i t l a t o
as. W b. WS 4
iat, was toi on
O to hit the


bs M nle I

me most
Sives and

g again. t l

mOns those wr
Idsay, MrWbit
the subarila
a Chesser, wh0o,
r to The San fre
Chas. W. W l
among thone whol
business YMgtrA. TY
es that
iat the recent p,*9 I e
That section g .t S


ved in ght ohe f'
ainis here. aMtl a
Sthe remainder of t of h .
Je found Mr. DCar, o* liJ ata
ring from paralya ived ,me from
Sothwhich was tattdA tht te
Utis, e arsret B. Tahyr fho h
te employed ne of the ve
rdskoOvilte for the Tyear 3
is returned to her h
urht t the delighu of her iSas
lends here. MIu eobpecta .
ter to to go to VIriear he Wil
erid the remainder of th m ier.
Judge Syd L. Carter. Obi O Aladhua
unt.v's faithful ad a egM et Rep
"entatives, ban arrived %qine from
ailihassee. liere he hab bw rp
heating his contiteatp for the patd
No months. Notwebhtandlf that theo
udge has been a fin
stism, he has made hoitff telfan
Ike innfluene of the a*t te a
Col. and Mrs. r. *w. et yee.
rday for the North.g Mft e D
D" to Towsh waead.hVa**OeAS w
ind the summer. eopateoQ
II accompany hea tra p e
ork. and after a bri( ot 4
ill return too
riezids of Mrs. Dattaf t -H her j%
S* nator and Mm i. i MglrgMy
tur,,d Sunday &, fro"'
hre tid fo rm"r Us'40t- 4a-
A interest ofthe
hla (ounty an a mmnM erf 1- *es*
e. Mrs. McCreary we wiNtr a

4. are gl W". al


^e c~y gMthaeMan.
"to

0.. *d 4 xl


oh r and. t e two
Sof Mienopy, wer
ma thiw eito


to, ,W aboota, wher

k* 'epl ai.unls. n. ei-
0 T s*'UeAKIR WAGON Is
h'osneet ad. ad the bestlroged
N o the iMarkt., aee them at
rta4 Davis\ before bHuylg.

ar tmy (cithed; water
6" *sctyo RicbhtUg. Terms reason.
able for the seaem. J. B. Croaker.
J vr. PhllIps, a well-kown and meo-
ul plaso iswtere o t. White, waM in
the olty .efday. He oatled at The
oun 'leatn had his.name enrolled
pon tE ibeaerlptig list.
theoe A. W. Diskem bfo ker,
Ohlai seft.tand *se priees. quality
Sod qfesk deNiver, foode sold from
Jeaoavilte sad she Wees. Can live
diver pries to 11l pola01t.
Captain t. R. Gilmer of High
Sprigs- ws to the city for a few
hors yesterday. He was en route
to Crystal River, where he Soen for
a brief and well-earned vacation. *
Dr. C. L Carter received a telegram
yesterday afternoon* announcing the
tilness of his wife, who is sojoening
at Cedar Key. He left on the after-
soon trana, accompanied by Dr. U.
Lartigfue.
Prof. J. W. Wideman, formerly of
this city but no* residing In Talla.
basse, !- here for a few days. Prot,
Wideman was for several years pria-
eipal of the Gatnesvoie traded saod
High School.
M. I H. slater of Wannee, after a
couple of days spent In this city on
tbustiness, has returned to ais home.
Mr. Slabuter itos not only as exten*-
sive amMer. but a secosesatl eero
tie operator as well.
Mr. W. i. Sbbury and Dr. aMd
Mrs. C. & Crewe-Ift Meday for Nor-
bt Vi6., where they win l speed a va.
MtS= Dr. Croe tis a member a
the rashly of the University of Fri.
da. ail has made himself qaite pop.
slar bere.
Jud H. G. Masm Uoody issued
to Wa. PlaRteseY a Ue Steele. oat-
ered a ma~ele khee, afterward
perform the eeremomy ia his asual
digate mases. The earemmy was
wiaefsed by ft a amber, eU of


C. C. tritc*l" otf agse was is

.e 0. V ,Chasbarf Tataowe
Iw a .t isg of Tues"Moday.
Ae.W.Nteoa. e0 1-t tuac.

LW. 09 E-mmiosWg o amen
a who A d ag y.bM M *em*

&ClXk getmar


itJ, woeen a-d son., w.M
S Re, we Ia the city Tuesday.
he Is e a arembKr of the 1 4M.
'tt aommiaslowsr and
aitetad the meeting of the boert, .
Rv. S. A. Sample 'of He
(L. e... who has bon In this.
a o me tfon during the pasth
nphects amake his departure
OW hi b he ...e09 will retUrn to
b the.n,".
Leon 8mith, who has been a
asg school in this city, has re
his home at Umatlla for the,
r. 0"er. He expedta to return at
opening of the fall 4erm. Mr.
Is a brother of Mrs. L. J. Clyatt.
WI te1 of tto Bailey of Newberry was
" among. q who spot Tesd ei city Monday. Mr. BMiley, who l-
R ,oineels of the staunch farmers of the
ak Mo a e .known fa End, brought two loads of as
,'otf Motob8 was traing4 in the sweet potatoes as has been see
ty yeterIayr. U f the Gainesville market this year.
Monroe Vemable, the store T. Curry Merchant has retu
:pra T. of Archer, was In the caty trom Davidson, N. C., where he
.T eday, been attending Iavidso College.
Business Merchant graduated with high h
S D. Bobbi a lumber mamuftbtar- fat this institution this year.
M/n ts. e ttay b receeavlvthe congratulations

MJt. H. me1sta an souChrl I Justice E. T. Henderson of
e ia* 4 o 6 v llat to Mr. and Mrs. berry returned to his home T
MeN' oe" rat Lulse* f afternoon, after having spent t
SQN. ania merchant of Trens-here on business. He states
Wa s w iCtg4 .those who favored 'property owner who lost by
Ao' county 4tal with. a iltt Tues cent f are ate d aning their pr
preparatory to rebuilding.
",Try a TWMSAKSR TIJRPEN- Center Lodge No. 11, 1. 0.
ThhI WAQO-,"guara e 04. to live will hold a public memorial e
satlsfaction. Orawtord & Davis, Mid- at the lodge room Monday o91
Plorida s #way. to which everyone is larited.
iMrs. T. IL DIby of Ja.ksonville, promises to prove an IntWrestin
mnpannid .arT ste Rtqand, mare ice, as a fine program for e
lpadWn& a ftw w"ek with her son, caston will be carried out.
. Torner, of this city. Miss heorge. Hobbs of Ha ,
i 4ds f W U MA 1ddi Ihn fa mtM ths Aflani Vu I" t


i ru Uo W fL. tUUIU, WUoU nI* ae nw UI- AUoIUW o tmdl ei otlU 'JRt
ben suffering with fever for the. past that place, is at the Odd F
fto days, will ret to learn that his Sanitarlum sultering with fever. p-be
coaeition seem little Improved. wa brought to this city Su
' Having co eluded their labrn, the terloon. accompanied by MIta. B
members of the Board of County Corn. nie Hickson, who Is acting asqa
nd loners aorned yesterday and agent at Hawthorn.
etured to r rwpetve, home. 'The new plant of the Expres Re
Mrs. L. J. urkhbat and daughter, frilerator Ice Company, which hVi
Miss Sophie, left yesterday for Tren-jbeen In operation about three wee"s,
ton, N. J., were they will remain Is kept busy to order to paply the
for several wieks as guests of J. M. demand, notwithatanding that "thre
Endel and family. are two factories of splendid ealafty
Mrs. Dora Cromwell and on, 'here already. Tlls new plant isto oe


Fletcher, left Tuesday for Abevillle,
N. C.,on account of the latter's health.
friends trust that the change will
prove beneficial to him.
SReommber A. M. Diekson. the
rocker when in the martes for Irpo
oedej haygrain and feedstuef. ftvq
soayrpnd timo. Write or 'phone me.
Both Id41dietasnoe 'phones
J. M. Turner of Lake View was in
the city Tuesday. He made The Bun
an agftfsble call. Mr. Turn r's
frleads will regret to learn that he
haS bmen jadlspond for the pat few
days.
Drs. C. L. Carter and 3. LartlpUe
have retired from Cedar Keyr. vwhe
they wea called Tueeday .evenam g
an aecomi of the tlaesl of the
fonmers Wife. Friends will be glad
to leMa that they left the palest
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of the finest In the State, having a
capacity of thirty tons.
Atteton is called to the adve.
tisement of J. Manasse, which ep*
bears in this t se, and Which is
apd6 the more attrs aciv o eouant
of Its poetic rhyme. Mr. MAasse
ha a fne e ne 6f ladies' wa all
styles and sise, which Is Vry at-
tracive and being sold at priOes
low as is esletent wlthh quality.
, Dr. Armstrong will make hbb usual
visit to our city nas t i eon d M*
day of this mot UneD AUll
forms of eye trpb e okeopmm aad
lasses ho*leo aOlly Nt whe
needed. CrfWt weD, Mf# M e&4
cheese ad Dervomus (ab.es
*veiwme by hbi system
he will be here ou i
at the Brown House.


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