Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 7, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01137
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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Thr Totelay lamb oh-s
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aad O~mtop4red 4aue of Jae
M. Roger, wt tty ti
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Mpade~r of an i atrla th
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eh aisth*e the ol
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t*b long ett g bte federal .a
tborltles wIt : h ottery company
the largeet am* im portent dota
busiess in U18 p 0 f4 #te. -.

STRIMS 069LARID OFF.

Aotilon Tak*Fn Pellowilng Maoss Meet
Ing at ,l Q m lam, Ala.
Birmlngham- A%$.j June .6.--1tl
lowing a ma"e to-ttan of the trad
unIe of tl SIratlUtham liettilt
Pretdent J. JaIobs, of the trades
swaOell, Teday Aftermoon, issued
at Oedar erlaw ng ooff the genera
strike la sympathy with the looked ou
street employee called by an order
promulgatd Saturday.
A' secret teeting of the newly or-
aunlset stett eart In's unlon was
held and at Its conclusion Organ-
leor Commons, who has been conduct-
lng the street ip lway lookout, said:
"We are sorry theo was not a
general sympathetic response by or-
gnlased labor, but we do not feel dil-
conraged. I think we have made it
very expensive for the Ikreet Rallway


company during the past
for the unfair way "aIn
treated their employees.
maln in Birmingham two
or, Ind then will depart."


two weeks
waleh they
I will e.-
weeks lons-


Newspaper Damaged by Fire.
Knoxville, Tenn., Juae 6.--h*
Knoxville Bentinel hbuldng was the
scene of a very m r fire Trueday
night. The daamge casot now be
estimated, but all tho lyrotype ma-
chines are seerloaly tajured, and th,
large three-deck preos, recently Ista-
stalled, is damaged by water "as
amoke. The stereotyplag eqalpmeat,
-piper, storage eni"es, motor& ad all
other machinery f damaged. The
fire 1s thought to have ormglataed In
or sear the file m as othe main
oor. The publoastion of the paper
will coantiue uninterrupted trom the
ofiee bf Ahe Journal and TribuWe un-
til the prant .and bulMUg an be re-
habilitated.


Rev. Yeuns J. Allem Seed'
SA'lanta. June $.-A )iggv" Woo
p ihed I Atlanta tPweay b l e -
pMousced the death of ber* TS
J..A ,ea. one of the uWri tW*A
at- latsomarlee. Fur more *55 '$
lrb he led the mleetoar ea4-
f the Orient ai phed a
w, more detertmiaties s4 as-
IA gy uwas who ever ed to
Wr A uMiosary eavws. Mo
Mws f sAti Georgian, a"d was f et
t iaati emasty. At te tUIe of Nb
eat *I aAbout 7 yeara of
ne 1I g@nived by a Ie&g
wifo satad chlldren.
May H1mdle Isa 7 lale ILet.
New Oleasu. June C.-4A mew t
to have eatto handled to mtamtwplt
7. Instead 5 IW.aae lota, h ee
laugurd he o by the I to
railroad. T. P. Steele, il
freight smeat 1 the New 4Ornmt 4a
Northeastern rail-a, ad. s m d
that he had rveeved a reqhuet ftN
the Rock Islaad to take Ih rae0--.
ton up with local fot Daf tO ". It
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S n to the ditch. The B U ou Nd by Mo' Until Forced
8i S.an Pralnleg One Agate was plead t t 13 e "b An
L he I ,, a a kttl ed WThregh P6P, to Plunge the Knfe
Sp atly. Banitgr ?ig,* of th4 Into the Victim-He s.1 Only 43
of o. o. Mwas se d i4 to Y

S itte Oodtolet.Olda w Iod Oe xleo, June 4.-Florence ,
r" on h w1tk w Il ot t Tw a l 4dchet Istreda,,bu te man irhp killed General Ba ..
,oi was e r at 1: W arl a not osidrd se- epreip t of Qaatemala, l a:,.

:. Tl o~ I ~wro. a1s. eass mA^tI, b Uledn. lame ori of thes capll on .
to south .. .. .. one sa le talated sdm +ome 4t It# 1811e0 1 tkhe oun th e a:-,w:,

r. Drwnd a. W ot. m cour Brardo Mora, ;, ;
S TIUftuTl M ItPA. DENID. OolIutmbu Ga., Junoe *.--Hnary wIo ts o4 a uh iaccomplice
M .N W Loo, 1 Qoatb bld, soa of Morale does not depy that :, t .
1 F Peir ni AoiintO g of Mr. Msary Mrs.-Mar J. LoAS, of 1901 Third der r t e ma" was of a a,-:.
S. Sftte+ Preperty. avione, It dead, the rellit of a moef character, but Insists tnat he cu:
Cotoord, N. ., June 6.-T.he p. peullar acideot. ThI 1il fell inate ta the crime in order, to s.. % .,*..
SPH) of the three trustee* of. Mary a vashpot of Isopy water while lay- self. He Inlist that he was
I U. B. iedy, w-io had transferred her Ota l the back yard of the family roe- tool of hIls cousin, And from tl: n-
property, askiik that they be sub- 14 ce. Shortly afterward his little meat he was entrusted with ., t .
etituted as plaltitffs In place of "next utlter discovered the "teldqnt aid eret of the plot he was hoi:. ,d 'v
friends" In the. suit to secure as a&.o pueled him out, thechild'u hlhd belan Morm until forced, through ta :t
counting of Mrs. E dy's property Was completely mmersed wheod i e flrst plunge the kuife Into the b. of
denied Weaeuteday by Judge Rbert beoteod him. A physielan worked the victim selected.
N. Chamberlain of the Mertimle Ue ot the child an hour and restored Upon being placed on the -
perlor court. The trustees are Hen- re-piration, but the little patient died the aOeassdn stated that h., .t
e ryM. Baker, of Bow; Joa'A B. 'ker- after linpring 2J hours. The'ex- 18 years old. This stateimr.nt. ,*t
itald, of Coneord, and ArchiblJd Me- treme soptinels of the water, a good thought, if accepted as a f.ia ', t*!,
Clean of Boston. deal of Which he swallowed, is at- Jurymea, may have the effect ,f .( j-
d "The next friends" are George W. tribute bf the pfivatolea tas the main ing them to recommend clenwni,,
l (,over,'of Lead, S. D., son of Mrs. reaon why the efforts to save him
t E4dy; Mary Baker Glover, his daugh.- fald,..even after respiration had CROKER STILL AN AMERICAN.
r ter, and Dr. J. Foster Eddy. of Wa- bees resored.
lerbury, Vt., an adopted son, and Former TammanrLe der Will Retain
George Baker,. f Bangor, Me., a Seeped Convict Captred. His ci4etashlp.
I eousln. tAugusta, Ga., use 6.--ArthurC Or- New York, June 6.-Dis;a; rhi
The suit le for the accouUtitng of Il, the white me who escape from from LIndon convey an interview .ir,
Mrs. dudy's property which, it Is aIl- a stockade Friday slght, has been Richard Croker, who to in lonldor. t)
legend, is under oatrol of Galvin A. eiptured, but on#l after a hard flgt. see the Derby run Wednesday, :0
Trye, Mrs. Bddy's secretary, and C4r V w ss tsooesa t o the Louis- which the former Tammany let 1'
othe ChrIstlan Seleace leaders, who vill plask road will trying to file says that be wants to visit New York
are named Ia defendants, The que '.off his shackles by J. L. Pulghum. next autumn, but has not yet dJfinuct-
t tn of Mrs. Eddy's physical and He called pon Carroll to surrender ly decided to go.
mental condition figure In th e tion butstead the con t grappled with "I always like," Mr. Croker i. quo -
S-him and a severe struggle emed. ed as saying, "to see the boy.- of
HAYWOOD TRIAL. Carrll was finally choked Into sub- old guard In New York city po.:t.
Mission. After assistance wau e- But the ranks are thinning. Tbh
SHarry Orchard, Self Cnftleed Mur- cured, Carroll stared, to run away but other day I ran over the nanwi .'
derer, Called as Witnese. was halted by threats of aooting. the party of two hundred who en-.-
Bolse. Idaho, June $.-4arry O- tained me at dinner nine year- a. i.
chard, the self-confessed murderer of Declared Unontltutional. I found that seventy-five were d'ail
former Governor Steuneaberg, was Nashville, Tenn., June $.-adge In speaking of the recent rep-:'
called to the stand as a witness Wed- Palmer, of Memphis, has declared tre that he might give up his Ane:-
SneodIy morndlg. anti-race gambling law aneonstltu- eftisEslap and stand for par.am:ne',
1 Mr. Hawley took Orehard through tonal on the ground that the esption Mr. Croker said:
a lose exaaoatloe takIlin p the covered more than the boo of te "I have no intentIon of glivi up
Coeur d'Alene mltalg lobee i the b1. Printed slips of the law ad my Lerican citllenship. I exlke
year 185. The defes4 o 6 bjected to been sent out, which read al act en* to die an American."
the lntrodetiUo of 1eidenOO hearing titled "An act to prohibit gambitag
on the Couer d'Aleai trobe as hba- and horse eracng." Thl was a ty- Oemmlttee'h Action Slgnificant.
Ing no bearing n the a laast pographical error, It Should have read, Roea, Jule .--The refuse: of I
Haywood. "An act to prohibit gamblIng on hore paillameotary committee to au "
Judge Wood admitted te tretimo- races." The bound volume of laws lie the appropriation of $4u,'
ny and said: will contain the law as passed by the asked for by the war office, is
"The court could easily ee it might legislature. sidered alsnlaeant. he corn: *
be important." rOooamade a grant of only $*.'.-
Orchard proceeded to Iarrative fore Title to S1114 f ekycra _. 000. As the soaey was requ'rel
tb tell the *tory of the blowing up Moatgomery, Ala., 3 i$.-The artillery, the committee'ss acta 's
It the concentrator at Wardner la supreme court has h aded ows aa coaslered to amount practice.
rpill., I Two me were killed. opiplo asustalaInl the title of W.,H. a redeetioa of the armament ,n
HaywOpd kept his eyes-s atdUy Ix- Howard, the present owwr of the eve of the meeting of the Hague '
ad on Orchard, who ket his fae to Woodward bOildW, Ia Bimlngham. fme ____
the front. aywood evd tly tried This lot has a a"a*etary telo elM- w -n
to get Orchard's eye but eaept tor tag oa It and s pogdbly t most yal. Pte Dt NI; OR ; One Man Hurt
pa oceasonal glance, Oebward did aot mble piece of aad of ts daiO ti t WIetuI, Oa4.. June 6.-TI-
took toward Haywood. state. The trailer ft the propeW- a head- l edisaon between. "
ty was atteeked to Ihe tdsmeery uot frlht tra 0t arseasta, 6 m.rr
takers of State Opesn CWve5mti. of Brainaghi tSled without north f N aaN as the Central r's
Bacom. Ga.. Jauno .-Jlhe asalmelt of a ta l e1, m1 tao ert roel ad M ww l et Io tne col!:s -
eoavninon of the (0aera1 Bakers' aSm U #rAIt but _one asa msea d Sailey. I
asoslatlon was opiae Mos a oan .employ of the read, was crushed
Wdaeisday mortlag wit a good at- l t a et. the removal of the wrekae. a ."
toIeace of bankers of the state. At- OittMriW.o TIaa., Juoe *.' .rof 5t lmbe talg oa Lim.
tr the cell to order y Premideat IW w u ed to te Hew ,.---.-- -
Joa H. Reynolde aad a5 i5vocation. ' P QkatuM B Peteemins'0 Afl9ged Slayer Arrveted
or ridge Imiath, of Maeo, tha p e. to Si t riot dt Phoel. Aris.. Juae 4.-A -
ise the addre's o1 weloame. !A brIWe NMI ThII w t c rra to th e loveraor's office Tze i*
waa followed by P .D. 1toodworth, Edi to t*e ers, of the Ilt *mnil t- amrt to YTurn -
esMer of t(e N.ttoaal tuak Of D*- 1 elte4 Ithe d. aroyed a Johnb. Aag, a e, wast td '.
vsmh. Mr. Bloe wort made a meat m ir eP hw eemn ar. t t eiaet a Tes., for the al
a lateruting spok ae ad paid the edr wdeVtnag P ee s la -m- t a a pMemn *A e
Maesa bakers a high emptmet Ia tr li W-. bt treinte t ah eas opg. Te ay was a
the astedd araag1tta that had ae4 *____. thf saea of5 the govemar
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iIIe fruit toe a to be of tter.t
MARSHAL "NOW IS C stow
y .Pw d W.r the Recovered Hand*
10 0 e M 1wi e 1 t, Wflthich Wee astole..-r f Pohe g ad the ComAy% i
.s who it the hal IT of the ae, n A Pn Lowe P mp lydemon-

.l spread tMil *w wy o49y o1 Wthe success In this t a i AIf "i s", u .0
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m mleod. e alleged the cay a quertmcted l a omm that is tepibleae a Policy Corr.
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SA o d i o S Johnalth. oe of the number. Got I None bus Rliable Cople Represented.
4 roue p eahed'' Wdne Day evel dened-sto utly sy knowledge of -he '-
on The piitrlin Prison" and had lOn rWedneosday the wherneboJkla w s



8 yThed to h by sntledi b l counsel g t eot arehreate ioY rton A e Ie
lder house is d hiel Juis- to the pla where the ewelday a wuartette
re lad to see the people take an th et that hee w ty That no seriousloa ou without you have
itereT In the meeti, u' we feel of the othe hous he ngageeinoe, but that
sRdr Joe Wh Deiee Fins Marshal Alnow was at once no o liedw




lm mre t t thse w rattnd he wa aware it hiad been stolen, i THER 8. vORDA. W. H. HAMPTON.
lermonednesdayelived ing1 and when apprisedyof the presence r YOU Ad an MSll T@Q

l oefIIedeth hei. um he, uartw oett of his companion takete
e i preached dn tuesday evening, denied Fatoutly a knowl theft, he was ro
on" T"Spirit* Priso"&Rddmissing o" orits where""abts.

is eeoed to have berenjoy"dsbyal to consent to escor Marshal Arnows actionatIosheefly furnished. GAINILLE, FLORIDA
Sider hedo himself Ju- to the place where the jewelry y was
are glad to see the people ntred a.
Interest In the meetings, a' we feel Gloth Insists that he was not guilty
Henry Daxo, a Ne o Wfetetd het MadN of the n cace but that




a ion County fo eget trut Miaey, Jusaw one of his companions taked
haerD ebroughtot by this able h necklace an d conceal I i"t.
bthe Madlso punty upertythasti upongs tow t o he a red D
a other seci ts of eint e en have been on reerr brid o tripe. -
where Dixon a eple for M being no evidence to prove thae p
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UInd placed in prth6a. the tira th type. and m very handeome machine. .u
at anyr hime. __ the oater ought about the de.
RLBROUGHT imA P hS ION.R.-e-.
North G oe Dl. here. They w Mr. CaRTBR BLOCK A N SVILLB. FLORIDA
Henry. Wm: Caxee of ro Wanted houMad. He MICANOPYar t t the A._C._
leon County for mhsuiement. Micanopy, June G.-4. f. Allon and
1snry Dixon, a n"egowantedby tbri adeo*thnefr poi net& amestheyFire, Life and Accident sh oleand s
the, adwhop county t au tle o .. Iun-t o-Ta dori p t s y'__ hII ritte P oe.
a charge of embealneet, a haRev.e been on their bridal ta Mri

tn near H tines In the at nd, the Cl*e ot oo oninoy .efr Mrn-, OMA I, Me., KcooD -




wh .e ure a a rt. a a tpoyed fo e *e
oe Unie A.. tb ure of owain a nice morlgin carg. It arJobbe I
Dion s ar wouht to Olas qVt itIs oe ofo the bt ake of Cadla
554 placed in prie.n. and tns olews type. and a very haoe machine. | M t A i





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Msrn4s din be glad to IMem hlt 15 of this aMath. We lby. ot badq~paa here. sa hsm sOrshol .iU Stoma mall th 11th-


I48eGyie to become a (1aToes,-M tona and the best tht 6berMSI
ThmAes ssftwaIt-
NeOW#*gHaedsPeople W" ___ b to tam aft y 6=mSi
The ft~g ames of the "Fip ofe tMoemgm-do "juey dooamt A_
tus oeekhWa Ples"W* Madogl2s ver is amst ~a at er"avOrem ON
on Weaalytheas am* i. .~ pim.Ala b&I
or mieIMideUsri. DardAhW Ton~ ms.:v v 1%M mod Hff~m
ing up the busimem forthe 9W Oak MW Pova..-atb t tthe
and paying all tbvt odtedda 1meseI "W ed. I wve _
for the yea, the eteT WWe 04 ebe Niw ILISto 60 @011d a 9
jti October Ism aa.Gomm*.4

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Sis Estimated by 7 O SR*LICOS*S
o The Packer S? REmPOURATOR
will be Moved -by~ w
IR t. A od of. sttrwl Von I
Growrs' AolO I t w thtf ws k eoe eut a .

(From The PMk0'al .e w T.t)
Gainesvill.e.. M ... al Gai nS
v lle is named the "Cedtra C-i tya Wto wtD .
doubt because it to nearly bceiter
o Florida but theatre w 4bTre ia n
f which it might be alld theo, "n -.WI -
trl City," as it certainly is the center
of progress in AI 4r rSl t,, present _
time in city impve t A ow sa w in"Uret ."ry wsse keer a i
years ago Gainesville was little vil- as_ of a new rfi
late with deep sand and bad side- __ ea"aaeus req t MM"e
walks, while today it ha mUes o1 f -.. "ns- OaP
the finest cement walks, hard stone ask sm. 8a.Mva
streets and all other Upodate city

the best, and as the farmer l t I h
real producer of wealth, this As no I
doubt the main cause of osnes2"vlle's H ll II UI wa
rapid growth and improvement Near- Company
ly everything In vegetables frtits and
general farm produce t grown here, hes e
but this section is partiularly noted O
for its line quantity ot fe A MANUPACTURIMO N RhhRlemL
The Gainesville Melon Grower' As M...... R
soclation, C. A. Colelogh, president' Denham Manufacturing Co. Prpar
J. D. Stringfellow, vicepreideat, and to Make Millions of Brioks.
F. D. Warner general manager/ sec- One of the latest manatrg n
retary and treasurer, alone shipped Oe th late nt r n
last year 38,644 crates of cant -upe terprises In Gainesville Is the Denham
and expects to ship 50,000 this e Manufacturing Company, of which W
600. L. Denham to manager. .
*Among the growers here are the the concern has equipped its plant
following: D. L Graham, beans and with the latest mdern brick machine
cukes, now shipping; 8. -H. Wienges, ery. and has a present capacity o
cukes and beans; Warner, gen. 10,000 per day, whoh will be increased
eral shipper and grower, .350-acre from tUme to time as the occMilon and
peach orchard near this place and 0- demand requires. The firm proposes
acre orange grove on LmAke Griffin; to manutcture from sand, clay, ce-
F. C. Crown, canta eggplantment and chemical, an assortment of
tomatoes and fine peao och ard with as fne bricks and color or hado, and
fruit now ripe; D. W. L. Barton, cukes, almost any pattern dealred, at can be
*ataloupes, egplt an d ppper; found In the country. These bricks
Henry Ramsey, general merchant. will be manufactured under the Me-
grower, buyer and shipper; J. D. Donald process, which is pateed by
Stringfellow, 100 acres of cantaloupe the forem o the plant.
in company with C. A. Colclough, The first consinment has been
while Mr. Colclough has 50 acres ad- turned olut and would be a edit to
ditional. W. 8. McDowall is not a any plant, being firm, and of uniform
grower but Is representing W, & wTheight and proportio nm-
8. H. Davenport of New York, and The Denbam Manufacturing Corn
J. P. Wilson of Pbhiladelphi, and han- pany promises.to prove one of Florl-
dies a vast amount of fruits and vege. d'a most Important instries.
tables for these fros. Mr. MeDowall
11 also a general buyer ad shipper To Our Friend and Patrons.
to all markets. L. I Ma has 3 The closing of our banking depart
acres of irrigated kes of St quality, met is now fxed for the 6th of July.
now shipping, also a This will be Immediately seceeded
squash and tomatoes, anw7 J.sa b y b The Dutton Bank, a State to stlts-
has 20 acres of A tlon oroualsed by and to be conducted
which he wishes to eI 1. 0. L eaie and managed by se of the most re*
ville. also bea s owte eta s, liable and conservative mea of the
W. G. Carte has em e( heated ty ~ d violaty.
A cres of cukes, now Afping 11 Dttoa & Co. hk d t teed to
acres of cant, ready tW rket e Alw banke a -he --tie dt .re.
few days and and a e U ls t beans L. o the deaW s498w, %ad bega wlons W
L Hill is a buyer, Ahipper ad general cotIoaewhithsute er wiiodrrep
broker la fruits d T 1 of kiy nd. The eW iak wl

REV. PASCO TO 'TO MiRL. t t doctor.
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DBATH OF MRS. RICE.
Well Kjtirn High Springs Lady
Paeud Away Suddenly. ml
High 1prinag, June 6.-Mrs. XE WIt
beth Rice, aged eighty-three years
died at thereeolience of her son, J. 0. W, om Uhood
Rice at High Springs, after one day's
illness, June 2nd at 4:05 p. m. The reOteat menace to woman i
Decesed was a member of the permanent happiness in lifeis the
Methodist church from childhood, and *sfferit tha comes from some de.
a Christian woman, doing good to all r -imai.no gans
many thousands of women have
with whom she came in contact. ealIs this too late to s thei
She sl mourned by two sons, J. 0. health, barely nl tite t ave their
and G. Rice, and two daughters, Mrs. I es.
M. A. Gould of Jacksonville, and Mrs. To ea es.l. f o .
Charles Cameron of Columbia City, band, should be a womana cotant
Washington, and their children. In- stud
terment was held at High Springwoman that her r.
Monday. __ haina thatahegtseasily
Monday. _________rd. dark shadows appear under
THE MASK OF HEALTH. s"he, ig-down stations, see-
--.--* I vsoumsne, Irregularities or the
Pw People Xr Really as W ll They should start atoneto
Build up hersystem by a tomk with
Look-Cause and Remedy. Is I powerssok ias
Many people in Galqeaville, both
men and omen, who believe them. Lydia E. Plnkham s Vegetable Cor
selves to be la perfect health are of- thtarywoman'a. forwes'sil, madeonlyrofrotsa.
tek in the greatest danger. I t u Female .Oomplaint, h nbla r esatmu
Indigestion; which Ia so common a Ba, Falling sad Displamenoas. Infammation and Oloer
trouble, to the principal cause of the l' Diases, and is invaluable in the Chan of Life. =
-easter s. of the -eral Tumers at a m rly stage. Subdues Falat
Greater taf of the general Welrp m, xhauation. and strengthen and tones the
health. it as misleading symp- adhe, Goenl Dll Indig on. and inv
tome that aeem to have no reference I is an eellet remedy for deramaga i
to the @cMach, such as headache. a fiser sa.
sleeple)sanes, specks before the eyes,
Spans In the back and side, etc.
The saeessaa of physicians every-
where with the prescription that li
now embodied n Mio-na stomach ab
lets has mide this remedy in the last
few years the acknowledged specific( = c
e for the treatment of stomach disease. m( oor.poZratl
The secret of this success lies in the E. E. VOYLE. MGR.
fact that M-o-na is prepared expressAbtrts of Tite and fll ifermioa furnished reprdig la
d ly to strmgthen the digestive organs eo0as2. Our manager has 11Te In this esontr shiry reen as
and Its aie for a few days puts the is thorouhly voelOV t with lad titles.
whole digstive system In such shape
that t can care for all of the food that
is eaten without pain or distress. B oM. .J O X L E . E ,
Simply take a -o-na stomach tab- IRs AOIDE1T, BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY IN8CS1ANO.,
t let before each meal and on retiring, smtag a member of prominet Amerlean and English siioi
and it will oe strengthen the stomach REAL TATE AND OTTY LOAN@. A
That you am enjoy a hearty meal with- G rC a U.1
out the leat fear of distress or
fering. J. W. M olhum gives an 7ls. M. NOUAM. Pralide H. E. TATOOM
solute unquaalied guarantee that your o. BTs. Viam.Psilde La OLAwNM. Aaet.
money will be ref uded ale M oATIN
na cures. H take the whole risk
and the red 1 ot oot yo aFIRSTTIONAL
penny suou IDt a yo. u
CLEAN MHINRY. .... UNITED STATES DEPOSITO
very man who know anything Oapital. so ..0 100,000
about tt will may that machinery must ug.. .. .., '. #00 20100 W
be kpt clean if the beat work is ex. Surplus ........... ........... -0,000
peetd from I. Exactly the same is laItene Paid on Aisag Aeooesli ad Cetilfases of Depeei. AN
true of the machinery of the body. Traseiled Proeptly.
which can do Its work properly only -R.I TAYLOR.
wheo kept clear of clogging socmu--
laUons. The bodily machinery of the ag-am Un 110. .
human being is clogged when there is
constipation and this can be perma-
nently cured and prevented from be- I
coming chronic only by restoring the
strenth of weakened museles. Is-
perleoced medical men s n that thi
an best be done by the tuse, ntil
there Is free movement d tmhe b1weA, _ _
of teaspoontIl doest at Lbete Oad
bet- e -each meal, rof a ,rtla
0 oFl uid Extrast of lemaY, 8 AND DEALERS I1-
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---0 b CA iodoro Trank Markbodyof %edtis
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hair at6611 4dtho:acle
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to .. e rmende Claude L'hgle
wtI ewf of Manatee county, to
N' m "n'w mm y Ave Indletments for oertd-
i s n&al 1bel.t The inictments are the
S---- o riof V result of artclee published by L'lngle
5 . .hIn te Jhteres of In Alh FleWitdqSun rearding John A.
I A W.i t .. Oraham, Demooratic nominee for the
t d 9-ent ayer, Leiut Ite. It oi claimed that Gov.
t tact tht when ernor Broart .commanded the sheriff
C -e b OlQ :.le Democratic t Leon oq*y anot to seroe the captas
a *eman t a s ''. Id tmd upon one from the MAaltee county court. The
e g otI. pd s* onew ltese final outcome of the case will be
7 asy. pates a eslti aqd ex. watched-with Interest
f fa$5ea Yo"ear; r ,t on ege t rotrlot the
I t ofS ce"ti fM JIWlI to dead i The Morsh Wren's Sagaoity.
Sc '- .' ply to .hose that estated at Birds oftA have more agacelty than
S, ,.. .. t its format e rdited theo. The long
a eislonoaideS i s yeow anhyailDpl? I a lled m wren, which builds esub.
71" thi b we have. Ha the blican stantlal MOst of nish leaves, swinging
S jwe 'ordisplay advay stolen theg? t them of to the tafl t hes of a marsh, Invarla-
St h iarge. I think tt. they are i doubtely for t -
Twk*.-w.eek ~fta i iont, and I do't b e pos of mt idinlg Its eeneies. The
S paper, o pe MtUed t y have any felonious tent nest use. always the belt bldden.
anOMy, A' conatabs S-Ig whatever to appropriate while O t used-the decoy neost
Mwk, L efo am thtm.' Is the President a Democrat? -may be" 7ll found by those who
asK r canada, forMr I St reepectfully deny It." sk the
Seenator.a"- ayue, after showint the
N adn drtilu T lb that dIved the twoparties, "Your hum ind seems to' h.ve an -
Ip~s ofadt. ~ it s We must not yield the slightest alte opt of you," r aied the
W tea requiredtoMof the suprOemaN of the bride's au*t. "He says you an le e
e. A d 8tS er other own local and do. right hand.*
lie poocer. This i our tiherltage, "Yea." lsodlned the young wife, wtt"
a sd ems- t noa barter It for wealth a sigh, "batf W one of thboe men who
MAY8 1 tr progress or prosperity. Prosperity never let thirright hand know what
The following I N' be uly temporary, but the toun. their left doeS10
'Too .i" ;.A the xt plae. We an oppos o'
T^ J of J @,t.,of' IOf the republic are perpetull Wrnl. Man.
-Hon. R. Pope ReW, 'iv4 t th net "You adlgtanl said the captain.
from Escamba b sulty ernamental pa teal ma. It o a thast wa a se tary *b6oIs thor-
latue has returned eproachr to Jfferno t elm oughty asoeq ed to masainga men."
where e has returned en t t bhe were lifting e w1uld "In that case" answered e appll.
da hee th a eo~ be i ''fv of It. I' predict Icat s framid I not me
days attending the ta w "
b. dyitk great respe t to others who you went libt a wife."
"Slpeakiln t^o a Jmi rJ.. 'may dOffer with ime, that the day will
"ive yesterday aJternalo M Reese Iver some when the Government of

gate the acts of the trdstee of the "lAt us give* the, present railroad
Internal Improvement fnd, will on. law a fair test an trial, and If It
vene for Its first session in Till a r tns t wer theurie o f enact. of ,
hassee on June 18. not w th of
"The commission n composed of sent let us extend t1 provisions and -no _a
8yd TL Carter, chaln Park supplement its remedies so that It Unn ieri a.
Trammell, secretary. The other me. wll meet any emergency that may A.' lm l.
ber., composed of both Senators and &rse. There Is one proposition, how- b w a
eRepresmenptive, are eorge H. Mat. ever, that the Democratic party muo "str
the M Kniht P. Reee contend for n this connection and
thews, M. 0. Knd eht, tor P. red that is It must demand a complete
Senator Lggett and Sedttor r obedience to the existing statute.
"Mr. Reese ~'4 The railroad presidents and offl-. i l
"Mr. Reese stated yerteday ater.
noon tht It hi. that tw of our trnk lnes must be maile
or three months will be consumedto oino and forw'vr, t realse that they
the investigations int6 the ats of ane the servants, and not the masters, __ .._ 8
trustees, as the InvestigatioW isto be a* fT oe. C
very thorough and wll over tra Aftr sug ing a platform upon aleo.l *e y .
actions as far back as 1856. ,Th1 whilh tal Democs could unit. A LUmm "M 1
Work will be continued at Talb&ac Senator Rayner closed by saying: M A A T M U N
til ll it completed. "If we advocate principles that are not t
"It is the general belief, Mr. Reese DUoCrStlue and be again defeated at a
ays, that whn the colsson com the polls, then It looks to me as If the P
plates its Invesatl t a &id presents hour.of dilntegration was at hand. be P U D IN E
Its report to the Goven t tr th that IsM k t CU RES 1 ."
will call a special seaion the usal 4-t u sin the strange viciasi-, C R il Mi n if
lature, though he has not yet a- tude. 4mr. (ortuae is the fact that wUg ANM r --- .r
nMied such an Intestion we h tjp Ylyet w!lly abandoned a sd b Z.. W.a %
According to Albertus Vogt, who have Rover O 41l the Opwno o'
frt discovered phovto ourd history, lt de a.nl retreat.
Nay. he Jmee-Ua l Sith'J2 "If t e ^ Party will only
bouIgh money in thetao (14- i7-- 0 nd am WWuto
P<7 for one-half the plI. ar oms withe p ti Mevs ea* U 0
chua. Marion. Citrts Lem it t ao .'o. *u i .r wudla it

it h been the 01. nli30 M lB? t wlU olly istad 'by oJ S
oical science as sae uls dlaet asae l 1 ei thi t aa ns e es
It ort emly *nd41 the worlm dp o*
now holding teir p Ne. W l tehat 1lp ato
arr know how da #legf xq yh
in mineral wealth e U S SVW l a i

Wgt' remark Il a e one a' sst -. WI aeve th r O3
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Itton Two daily trains each way with through
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Season sixty days and fifteen dayslimit
tickets on sale daily from April 19th to Nove
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carved In wood iba1 am
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pillars it occupies a p5le6 of
dIretly oppositehe h dk of
olcer. This woedest fashb
naOwnd orinal ee od fisba
Old Colony, and It has galated
dellberatlons of the lawmakers
chusetts for orre than -cen-
a balf, gathering sanctitA ear
It is a relic of the old build-
ch preceded the present state-
t and great in the d4ilty of ti I
i of colonial art andlduatltry.
p following account of its origi
am In a Boston paper: t
tailn John Welch of Bostosi wa
ator and carver of the c te-brht
1k He was a wood carver a tre,
Sfor hlis time and In 1747 estab
Ihls bimnes in Dock quare. He
pid to the Ancient and Henoreble
bry vomipainy and afterward be.
Its captain. He was called upon
ttribnWi to the decoration of the
1i a.emrnbly ball, and as at that
I nxiflth was the colony' a. a
Sof export Captaln Weleh e~ t
d the idea of Irmortailnlag the
Lh of the Masacebusetti waters. b
I eomploted the caring was M in.
off and ,ol)red so as to be a tao c
I of life tnd was hung on the
f the n embly hlil."


A Fool's Identity.
(, I u' l*m-t knrfw PeOple pas
ii.'~l hy thome to wheW thOW
I* kmown Harold Fr ederck
we lit Tfi t dioner next a Man
Terv milen ev and taitVmty
hir the more closely cvertly
vry ivA.Not a word was n -
bed Itw -u the two. "WhoWO
11O~pleIie~ iot that IsNU wu t* at
... lked Frederick at tdocde
M~e~al"That hopeless I$iot was
Rb.df.W." lie was answekI&it
thOe (net ff The olom besbon
A t 11- m)il in whieb he would
Wtal. :11- rtjeck. though be had
alhundrtd i, U=^ had
Si~n.SL JaWAV Ga.

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Orra rj u M wo Wa
Whosal Kwthyssf, "Vow1
a a .1ra of p is en R oft'
thanThe rlt" 1
e Gtinjt, for It u ise
ft~i tliags." RE a I"s
I~w a bardidt I- ftno
to kb,,W Oneself and. t4
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ra u(.j to In ot
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A Happy Mother
Will see that her baby is property
cared for-to do this a good purgtive
Is necessary. Many babies suter
from worms and their mothers don't
know It-If your baby ia feverish and
doesn't sleep at nlght, It Is troubled.
with worms. White's Cream Verml
tae will clean out thee worms a
a mild, pleasant way. Once tried
always used. Give it a tral. Price
15 cents. Sold b W. M. Johnaon.
The Oldest Toy.
The most primitive toy i the doll.
It dates beck to prhiltoric ties and
is found in every part of the wbrt
This one would naturally expect to
uod. A child, weing Its mother mnrs-
"toa ounger children would Imitate
the example with an Improviied doll.
Toy weapons, again, are older thas
bhisry. Many of the older tonsa t
preent In uem date from the earliest
tbne of whiob we bait any record.
tIs the toe oof the ancient Etpilanm.
ale with painted dolls having mov-
.able Iltab. have been found marbles.
esther covered balls, classic balls nOd
larnUmette moved byr trngas. Anclent
orek tombs fmrsb day 4oI. toy
Shores and wondr arts and ships.
toI the lovre there an some (reco.
Boman doll of ters eotto with mwv.
Ale joiat fasted by wlao. Greek
baiw haed rates tlataUSO. Greek
S *laye4 wfth w*lag y.
tA e hoys Into sa om eS me (re sl-
AI: ik ) BoMe. ie a of cbl.
=plasseheeIsee rI"soma".

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dad~tsla7a
iiEv silarewere gt lp-
ass "-in front of thea, ad a
Swas In their e. At

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i Jr '. I C .dhnati dlawve.
ab onterinf tsto oe
m hUi atie south ofla nir ow io
i lerapled to Lp~




a Pow of weiredug o
00.kq it aawsof dus and lihat Io
bs anlt satn tho. e twaihflnf
tof an Td he business man wer A
MUow muwea'
wenty dollars."
"Do any of your firm%' atromse
Wnow of your visit?'
"Not i soul but yourself."
"MTen," added the busine wa mas,
h. e's $,40 'll take It to be a gret
htvdr If you'll hustle out by the firt
Oalp .U & a one In this town knew
hat I paid a man $20 to dig dirt eot of
t key for me I'd never do another dot*
s worth of business In the whole
tate."-New York Times.
How She Knew He Lost.
"I can always tell whether my bus-
and wins or loe. at poker," sad the
woman In a ed gown at an afternoon
te the other day.
"I always know when my husband
Wins," sal a woman ip pink. "It he
wli he makes peace with me by buy-
bg a present, but It Is only when he
wins that I am told of the ame at
Ill, On"other occasions when comes
a late It Ialwayst became of a pres-
ng busis ea o gement"
"My husband lost last night." the
woman ia red said. "I had been out
ate myself to a business meeting of
e club and was still up wbe he
ae Ia. te frowned upon seeing the
eause lluainted and said:,
"'or heaven's sake turn out some
f thee lights and cut dowA ex-
weme!' "-Kansas City Star,


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Beneficent epidemics are scarce, but such a one has struck GaInepville,
audipeople of every station and occupation have the fever.
It is most interesting and instructive to study the constantly changing
line of applicants for Pocket Banks as it files through The Sun's business
office. There is tha mother, bringing her daughter with her and securing a
"bank for the girl, another for herself, and inqqiring anxiously whether she
mry have another for the boy who is at work. bew receive it promptly. 7
Boys come---ome are steady, serious.facdd ohaps who have begun to
think oa their own account, and who ask questions about the operation of I
the slheme which show the reults of rubblung up apinst th i world.
Then the High School girls and boys, gay ad Wative, while the wo 7
man and business man "alip in" during the Uoo hour to get a bank for the
boy or girl at home, after asking one or two leading quneions to make ure
there is no joke about the 95 cents.


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SRedtts has gone to
Swings where she will
for a few days.
.Cautben and I. L Babbitt
were among the business
to alesVile yesterday.
m wertrude Chitty of Micano
jV* ltay .e In this city as a xgues
Sher *w, Mrs. J. Fletcher Hill.
:. I t La&Mpkin of Jacksonville, the
eva' traveling representative of the
our Packing Company, Is In thbe


. 9e youar statIonery nted at The
ta o91e. Firtclas work promptly
*eed at reasonable prices is our

Itp. L.. M. Watton left Wednesday
flAaheville, N. C., where she will
0"f the summer, as is her annual

2 0.. Miokler and W. R. McGregor,
t"ro prominent citizens of Live Oak,
were registered at the Brown House

Wanted-Manager for branch of-
oee we wish to locate here In Gaines-
!le.. Address, with reference, The
Mor s Wholesale House, Cincinnati,

Argo Red Salmon being firm in tex-
tare, and deep red Jn color, makes
the most delicious salad. Several
Balat receipts are given in the Argo'
,Cook Book.


Two young men and two young
(Woime clerks wanted. Don't apply
f1t position unless you want steady
work. We will not entertain tempor-
say propositions. Apply Saunders &
Earle.
Mr. Collins and family, who have
been reading at 206 N. Pleasant
street, have removed to 205 W. Me-
Cormick street, which location will
be more convenient to Mr. Collins'
business.
Rev. T. J. Nixon of the First Metho-
dist church left yesterday for Oxford,
Ga., where he gqes to attend the com-
aencement exercises of Emory Col-
< fa -f L LI- 1 I_ Q .-- -_ l^


ford and Cal. Nipper of bor, Ut wuo u r us wwumnr Ul we
were visitors to the coun- board of trustees.
yesterday. Dr. N. J. Barry, a prominent citizen
N. A. Callison of Spring and druggist of High Springs, was a,
was a business vlltor vlitor to Gainesville yesterday. He
y Wednesday. came on business connected with the
C. Matheson returned from United States land office, having made
s yesterday, wherehe has an entry under the stone and timber
p yesterday, wherehe has t
a Professional trip. act.
e Urof4s a p.t J. M. Halle has returned from his
pl-ne t4x5 Poo plate sarm near Alachua, where he has been
complete wth lae K0. looking after his interests for the past
t. Earle Kelley. two or three days. Mr. Halle owns
ilrwin, th.e merchant and clgar one of the* handsomest, most model
rer of Fairbanks, was trans. and most productive farms in the
fhsinehs in this city yesterday. county.
SYearwood. manager of the A party of sportsmen, chaperoned
Manufacturing Co. of Melrose, by P. M. Olive', have returned from
Wkhtor to (Gainesville yesterday. a three-day camp on the romantic
thos P Hay of the' First shores of Kanapaha aink, which af-
a church will fill the regu- forded, one of the prettiest camping
I0tt eTt at North Gainesville places In Florida. The party reports
S0'clork tonight. a good Utime and plenty of fine fish.
Aanw..r has. gone to Atlanta Miand Mrs. T. K. podbey of Wal-
MttAnN)a on a combined bust- do passed through the city yesterday
Sl"aiaur. trip. He expect on route to Alachua, where they will
t several days. vist their daughter. Mrs. Clara B.
'4 Mr. I. Ellis. Jr, re- Futch. Thle, were here for several
I t night from Jacksonville, hours, which afforded them the pleas-
I t. hat, t.len on a visit to ant opportunity of meeting many of
lr' Mj!er. Mrs. D. R. Williams. their friends.

td 1k r Dorsey ?e Wm.Littledale of Hawthorn, the soc-
inc rease in Uthr aesful traveling salesman for the E.
a 11to r having arrived to; J. Smith Company, manufacturing con.
w _r to the hounebold. feoUtlers. Jacksonvllle, was In the
I con ratulaon ity yesterday. Mr. Uttledale states
S''i, rary returned yes that his trade Is excellent throughout
S'",1ford City, Va., where hi territory, which is evidence of the
.-n ., ,diig Randsolph.Ma prosperity of the people.
h rtit. .as. te 1 B. P. M. Call, formerly of Fairbanks,
I T, 41 10for thesw' wheft- e was engaged In the naval
t m .' .rce W 7 stores business, s In the city from
S A, "rin'" extracts ou amsag. where je I. extensively In.
Sh~,. e for if y y i tteresed In a siallar enterprise. Mr.
t Yi ;..'. y ou "d Wi MeCIl is amo Interested In real es-
S" ';, al s o, ato.y4 a ad, deedo s Jema in s the comn-


of Portn '
visit to hslr

0d mw 11 on his Way ea

jr to tU&sdt Yawe
Iif Ham .ye in*
ad ~?y Mr. Revas.
01 a tAlda tlbu M
1S~4 Intho UGmlegp
iitas tho ew&eis.ow

1,and,
b i k


In town o Hamilito county.
James Croby. formerly of Mica-
Sa bet now restAlf tI JackmvIIe.
is to t cty a vikt to his slter.
Mrs. S. V. Duke. Mr. Cimby hef been
'qtto UlL sad Mrs. De was smmom-
et his bledside emea dias ao. He
.iemmni her am her tfsm None.
rrtrmis wi be gd to Iotn that his
rlemn is grs*eay Im"Od.
SAm Loh Gmas l lMft yete r-
arf.o evWbWnfe tha win
-f o am*tedin gea Te eases-m
mt bue sM is 0sises

wH tr. 0 m. l wIs"
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+M:,W aeed 1 o1 en
qttial vacation Garol
'TWy will be abmb t 4eVeral week
aid friends wish th @a pleasant ant
beelfcial stjoura.
The Alaska Paokrs Aseociatioi
have taken the highit awards at ev
ery World's Pair wh A their good
were shown. At St. Louis World'i
Fair the Red Salmon took the grand
prize. The only. "and prize eve;
given to Salmon a ay World's Parl
The Argo Red Salmon Is the best tha
is packed.
Workmen were yesterday engaged
In making preparations for installiua
the new steel ceiling and remodelllni
the interior of the old Marcus 3nde
store, preparatpry to installing th
furniture and fixtures of the new
Gainesville National Bank, which wil
open for business a. soon as tho
place is ready. This will make a very
attractive place, as the furniture is of
special design, and no finer could be
secured In the country. The plans
of the bank have been on exhibition
in the window of the Endel block for
some time.


Among the prominent visitors to
Gainesville yesterday was Hon. Geo
C. Crom, postmaster of Ocala. Mr.
Crom formerly reesidled here. and is
well knpwn and popular. He states
that Ocala Is in noe condition, com.
merelally and otherwise, and that the
people of the Brick City were never
more prosperous. Be remarked by
way of parenthesis that he was also
glad to note the rapid and substan.
tial.development of Ghluasville, which
Is already regarded as the largest
and one of the most progressive in-
terior cities in Florida.


How People Loe Their Money.
By concealing it about their peron;
by stowing It away toI ugs, jupg and
Jars; by sewing it up in skirts and
ticks; by tucking it under the couches
and carpets, In cupboards and bu-
reau drawers; theWe are'some of the
ways by which people Jose their
money, and sometimes their lives.
How People Save Their Money.
By depositing it in a good, reliable
bank. Confident that this bank fully
meets the public's Ioeeds, we tender
Its services to all who believe in keep-
ing on the safe sid4.
PHIFEk BROS., Bankers.




N!w TOOK, RA(KtT

Cheapest Store on Earth.
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We hare just received
nice ehipmenrt of chol
pattern&. Prices strict
right



Iron Beds

Are much cooler in t
Summer than wood om
We have a inagnifce
line and now is a gx
time to purchase.



Shoes Shoe
Our Soe I)epuatae
oontalM ome good ti
for Mok, Women a
Childrm. Try us
your qeit pair We 1
a8oem that wear
Trade with us and 1
asne YM t fau V


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K. OF P. ELECTION.
Mount Vernon Lodge No. 20 is New
SIn Exooellent Condition.
At the regular meeting of Mount L
Vrnon Lodge No. 20. Kaigts .. OYT TER8
of Pythiau. Tuesday evening, the tot-
hwnlg officer. were elected f t (fI rr of Fwrlter eo pe!
Sueuing term: GAINIIVIIu, II
ICe J. A. Robert-.o, C. C.; T. B. NWle, I----
ly Jr., V. C.; W. D Dickinson, P.; W. T. I a a oW prepped So bawem I"
Pound, M. of W.; W. P. Coffi, M. he nsd wIl $lshe bees sie
at A.; J. H. Morton, I 0.; 0~ a idMordess h lime Phoe Ipn .
o Parana., o. G
The lodge is now la a healthy owB j U, Cjt Afto*
4dtlo0. being one of the largest a.nd
best in point of eineboreip In (I ssewrsse
ate. The members are manlfestiag POt m U P. IJ.W.A
h great deal of interest ln the work. OAISS
SOoeth of Waldo f.. W do ean
t Arhmber H. Prist. ae sfty4ve, sad seON. with f
e a of the most widely knowm rfeel
delts of the East AId, died a "t his adlsl*I
behon in Waldo Wednesday of Bright's _
Deooted was born ad nared nerDw T
Ma*e. anad has i n o is t meetlieo .
S b whlcb he was bors penedesly a | A
hie-litt. 'He has 1.0bee if Waldo for UN
e pst Ifteen years er more -
t Mr. Priest wa"a Smber Of
p etbhodt ture M t sad minet aAL UNj Off 2
. OMaeo. The ftaii el od In Moel i l
t" eThua'asy.Mebervieeeth coow Coo
do"ted by the Mawm fratervity-
wif, to whose wthe mapasfty of the g9 ,

aMy Tfor t1s@1 yrao St .- after wseah en*s 0 4
M A A v, Mr. s ....r.
ss~s*l-B B eb '-^ ,^^^~-Bl^~e..^-*iri~ ^H-i.'

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d'' RPaSf 01 Af TAVRA3T.
agait .ore, thia ttrm b>
Savldtl. C.. (ext o Poetoee.)
. whta l k Ma citerred upon -N O .1
: h sswary degree of Doctor NOTId.
s ( vBetg. Beginning April lost *e Will Put O
d It' wvillBi rsambered that.DIPHay our Summer rate of $*-per weok-3
r etf-ned lmUiltr honor ,few days meals.-ad $4 tradirDislkets. tries-
. ao Rollins Collego, Winter I first-olass in *very epetk Two k
t Park, where he delivered the corn large electric fans, inasrlua eofort.
mesemet address .
d Under date of June 8, Dr. Hetnh COLD DRINKS OF ALL IIlM.
g Louis 8mith. president of Davideon *
O College writ" Dr. Hay as follows: 6Ooffe the best. Every i "g
l "I drop la line to convey the of- 1te. Game soaked to order '
e Bela) information that the faculty of sport men.
Davldson College at the recent com- OPEN EARLY and LA
StmneaSoernet, with the consent and ap ---.
e proval of the board of trustees,a con-
y ferted upon you the honorary degree
of Dotorof Divinity. V
S"Pleae accept my sincere congratu i* -
lations and assurance of my great
pleasure in transmitting to you this
to 1.0 tho stl s Books, Stitlonery ++
Information." I ,*,
Dr. Hay's friends throughout the n, Sheet Picture
State wtll congraftlate him upon ili
great honor, coming from one of the rt FN *oo*
leading colleges of the South.

KIRBY WITH CHAPTER. 3 0 Is Ubrty
Interesting Meeting of That Ohapte 'X
at Whioh Reports Are Submitted. "
An interesting meeting of Kirbt B IREAD i
Smith Chapter, United Daughters of
the Confederacy, was held at tie AIDS IIIME TIOI
home of Mrs. 1. B. Flake, SBoath DIGEST
University street, Thursday afternooWl, it e ot1 "soas f
being the regular monthly business o wt r" sees, 'e
meeting of the chapter. .
At this meeung, which was larle fflV FALT
attended, there was a great deal os -
business of importance transacted, S ow
among the most interesting of which 'oa ww wc h "
was the reading of the report of the KIoToN RV
chapter to the State convention by the WYTONB BAKBRY,
president. Mrs. J. M. Halle, and the nMh k B. S. ltBCNIkIE& P t' .
report of the work d& the convention. .' ,
which was submitted by Mrs. H. H. 'l
McCreary, chairman of the delegation. WILLIAM A DlEJ i1

TO BATTLE CREEK. bTDO A

Perry M. Coleen Will Enter Sanitar- V.H a
unm in Effort to Regain Heafth.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry M. Colson and lctrica l ppUos ,
Dr. and Mrs. J. 1. MoKinstry, Jr., ex.- -
pect to make their departure today for Aiwtly A fgeA ld*" ey 3iiNpg
Battle Crook. Mich. dein pr9mpil. If$et oI je ta
Mr. Colson has been In IIIll health of all la'ds.
for some time, and goes to Rattle -,
Creek Sanitarlun with the hope that I 1 3 W. UN .,tsI
the change will prove benefleal to --- -
him, which is the sincere wlsh of his J I' lITW "'
numerous friends throughout the F 1
State. DMom a n n
The party will be Joined en route E '
by C. W. Chase. who was compelled
to leave a couple of days in advance S to
In order to attend to some business r
matters.


wle for sale A

left yesterday on 0 1
b Ocala.
o of Hague wa s
Sy yesterday.
- for sale at thA ose'M
or hundred. ..
i Sr., baa returned from
iweg trip to MarteL
ABGO ARGO AROO EARM
00 ARGO ARGO ABOo..
I W printed stlaMOW A
IWm call at The San oI0lo
gbaDm of JohnstoWn was
I st the Brown Houe WedO


p Mrs. S. G. Gay of MiManopy
s city on a brief visit to

I, B. Ellis, Sr., is in Waldo
of her daughter, Mrs. Ohas.

S1d Salmon Is cleaned ad
*atirely by machine, and not'
by band.
r, Collum, the Baptist mlinl
saldo, favored Gainesville with
Iterday.
Stokes of Micanopy was
bioe who spent yesterday l
ty capital.


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