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 8, 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: VID01138
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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.:L pau p.if pk.. .. 7., p l 1U s AO a Stteefoot I invention
", C.,9o'a q ko tauet at I ae4t at BEk Bra kar Convention.
.;,ford o, ..7 .a.. a V . "w To ., si l .s----
g"at dAip-, InNio.o pA2g listPIe OUTdP h eavgdeAlit* at 1 : I o'Md^k fPUSICAg TATE PLALo e
Ba wh.ch Uia nd* Wedneed uloratagJajurlasg eb*7S 'A
e .te a 3eal talk, te iua to" perehn ou- of a caro of W wal. Toushing *n -,ate isus
._$.tj$t Cho ie uetay securE d Say that Unlee A uaran r Give "n Two usetger cocbes. tbe a t P!
Promise fre0 pp *-r ma5 S w roe f n4 w9fetyf Japetnyriei., ad braggmre car te tetl track. No t*er Endteem Oeyernor Stuart a
wBre 'preset aM ttopft t(e p*pewh Mritagy ela May W mdan ee aeems to know juett what caumd Ofwda work of Recent ag

declared t the sooe ld WIk handltng to o e JA -Th N Wih ot that the tr1a,1 aths ofs tl* Marrisua, Pa., Junc c -
B SEStlle 'aegro (udt U.-The ?oagt to be ti1 tader of tbe engine Jluzped the track platform adopted by the W.*i :
eg handled. JIM t iaolyy the outh- Iaph athe woe J a h ad threw thb bagga eOach and to Itate eoavdation "'hursday : a j
mra peogA Insi sad outs of t'Iprlations WednOad-Bmra- Mapa ysh o. W apart ftret those of prezv;, a
WIetbosi,4t should I W.1,
tbpo(rBatl were *rt A fllt tral with phy a of oa ioaa that more tionto
Without. thtt eoctttlonst. such hse holrnrrei 3 glt to thcisty. So fta fairs. President Rousev' a
,..EB.*eSS. itritiou, suh ose at.E WbEc. ,a leaths have bee report. Ild atlon gIve higa pria.
udoe, box. I's te"st5ut* keeprs a t &el or THE "CAMiRA OWJ,/AT.1." Senator KnIox for the pr.s a:
spoke stro restaurant keeper at atdBMW of.
herr wetrter p boke ltront -to ethim to the ep'.:;..,. t,
SIr sb. l, M.i wearers were perdeo t 1on be limited to C'0 Stemething Ne In O*mlsd Labor other states as Pensyvani, ,
amazed arme, or l rle In ate for the presidency b : ..
thee S ltatg how munch dm- patlots are ylctils of a-Japa-JR in.e hicgo, June T.-4-'- traittonal pubHican convention of 19,
As icirp worth among tl e outrages. tr u r treaty Ion "walking ou delegate" was replaced Contlonung, the platfoi :, -a
aaree spo a tale leak o4 Japanese. Wr treaty dneday by a person carrytig a "We commend the court ; fi
Aco T OWlft suppresaeBd ans the protection. I ee"sapshot" camera Under hss arm. ty-nlnth congress which, v
tIs fmg passed e Preent Roosevelt's p rsitxfiene The ltter..Wa the cameraa dele- tempted conflhcatlon or ,,,
i 4 tb, W pirs tbt kth<-nry ws not handled message to the last congreswa re te," soethl w orat vested rights or'any 6phi o 't
a1" while 1 a d,. ed here with eminent atafactins bohr crles. The ealmer delegate mess and In5stice to t'o ,
SieJ- .isa.i *dt s--w 4 "' dopmn *l"e ll a com bnatlon of walklly tlehate lnterefts In carrying ri ..
DAN O AN ARR D. want are nt o lany and photographer, whose dutty ls i poraUons, nevertihe;, ;..
7W-tBe*an ae nto tt ae polottren. of buildings nader important legislation than a:.
ald To le 'W i Chisag. or Al. expreseons of civilized sentlments1 construektoa t a lug congress for the prop-r res ,
1t MpO- lli iyMbut ,oand ct orf theoent I. coneorucUon so thpat bi can calatg congr' for the proper r
Ag -..Da o- the tr*aty rights o? f Japae. trike from his oRc wlttut VIetUnls nd control dl corporatlo s m,:io :s
i Al t e n 0eouteh- &Taar o Jpneni th rowe boxgagee t "Job." sad the punlshmest of imnpro r prac
fl ex -d ftectve tald a 100 keeper, e tepper It/1 the plan to photor.ph .very U m. We dorm and approve th
SI Cflao, said to be wanted In that atoe n for a treaty betweena Japan Ma bding the pcla wTe t i on Ma n v our e We eors Iatnd States sentor
ctfrun gtiehtaes.ntbulldng in te cip Wre unio loOn oolrs of I Unts d Sated senate
ity or r rtb and a fugtive the nited States. t work, a wll a a a rpr tatv the ect
IPb ? t S zOam South dad Central America, w The geeral ton. of the Japaue re ouon are employee l ongrep at particularly in the up
S r arrested here We6nesdy eight on ee s beConn outsp oen, and where nonunnta i bare emf yed. a holds of the ande of Pre
B intruotone f.m Chief of Detectives lea sa assurance i sae toM 1 cUIet data will be p tbetre d to enable Rohe b of Pre
Ire OBhar- f ma1oe to uaeage the safety of Ja p- necta witht the picture (o ena tblk "The Rooeve ian. of PennRylvane
pJl otf^al. Ougavln, who wa gotid under thot toe fr In ln r eoemo;. It w fared f the evolution of the butldln Jaadu. believe that the payroll ,f America
Bomro lRe me rTe anrrd h wr a folhtm thoe fridly redaeds e t It No day t day. labor should continue to be hihe
S p'qle deas o trom Honursl sad was bh BoU (,I1 be en"d ,e .t .....M-n-- a than that of any other nation an l th
Sreoted by ormer otlen of hlb ... -- Stagp Girts Wed Millionale. average American home a nmoel fo
ii a o. _C_ nt Okum CaObles Oinion New York, Jue 7.-T--two more o r the world. -
3 dtR I oMm Mobile, Ala. June 7 .-there 1t no New Ylah, June 7-Count Okume the Weber ehore girls have ung the "Presidem Roosevelt has ;v, :1
Sthtt for days he doubt 's to the Identity of Dan orner leader of the progredslve par- retrain "No more elats or day coaches declared that the general tirff ota
r3 about Des- (oughlan, arrae*4 here Wednesday ty, the opposition party In Japa, In for us," and have annexed million- cy to fhich, without reg.ar1
lla Uantader the nae of Jame, e/sposIe to a request by the New alre-husbands. The lucky footllght changes In detail, we henief 'hIt
a S teve AAaa5 Davis Latters found on hit person York World, cabled that paper the favorites are MJss Katherine Weston, country to be Irrevocably cormnf ; ,
0,004er the 0pot show eonalaivpty that tIs the man following opinion regarding the tn1- just wedded to Frank C. Tulldge, is fundamentally based on te :te'>g
&Ei tttly killed wanted. O~e letter tound on the dents in Sn Francisco in which Jap* COnolnnaUt millionaire, and her chum, altUon of difference in labor 0-* hen
te6i is tatsse fall- man was from his daughter redin aneue were involved. Miss leabella Plnnkett, wo has be- and abroad.
o poison Pred at Chicago. Coughian adened he is "l deeply regret that and-Japanese come the wife of Georgep HH. of "We endorse those declra~t 1..
,,he blew the man wa.te., ad to i hu that outra are begin repeated tan aBeoton. The s*cems of stae grls declare our unfaltering ad'lr-ncE 1
hA will ot talk co. We, as 6 naUoa, were In capturing the men with the m.eie the great prindple of prot'c :..: i
"gPSJ^ drboi tOn .. ^ _._ _not saUaled with the Mtlemest of is exciting the envy of their essa for- American labor, American indut. *
STO I o th last (ebool) tdest, wht re taste sisters, aai eves the stars and Aaereoa prodctlon."
elle Wf r ule d an unjusat a Urtm J em aalon agalsnt oeebritles who have failed to draw a Touebla oe n 4tate issues, the p-'*
e b Hald end hets Nt Sad P'atslly sad the aiei expuaion of Japaaneel prim are ladige to exhibit eU ofs fo eadormes Governor St,a.i n
Se kll wnh w imMsot lalgraluts. we-Teveloped "sour pe." comment th. work of the rent leB-
that eatnetdre Hlarrin ton, pnkaiatd aldpooPIrp- laedd out Is the enlightened '..l n e KeepU A ..

eit,? od 5 nmtS 4 of Prette New Yors. J b.- asmeb Ooyl*. Wemao DvOred by Woles..
EggagaLg ,r ag|dhenvonr al h es ded a hatud a the Japaeae would he stopped. Rep- h ured by Dewey, a big lia la Losgake, within ', n. ,'
J S 5nL# Jrey te mo all oed. ftal peUtiton of Inj stlce agalnt the on Wedmenday nlht. Coyle, while Mlraeapolls, wireve are sppo ei tG
gt ~a fhim wery apon. bMrs. b aerme reu Jap neoe will setIounly burt our warm at work nla the is Bhoe placed ein have devoured Mrs. Catheine Me-
tkS'^ a. bM- aalM dile ad ls r Hlub eat is fee toward Amearti, md our tmr- eightt a~ s. tn bans of Dewey's Cart, of t eity, who wnr.t o .th
k c mo r M dtosal friendehtp wall be weakened cage. Uts a =ash Dewey leaped place a short tie ago to inspect a
ae..t pat $ ye o 'thereby. ai r ad W tretamaet Is agaNat the bart. o t liesra then farm which ebs owns In that pocl-
I-a sd6.bwa se I tha ieseatela to mal tat betedelnp. Re- rtipped the keepernt rm *t w hIb e pew* ty. A heofyawmrack swamp s i
Jforjur, bAy adgt ee f t e outrav e the'1e S -ta tes.o"l a erfal wlaws. Caste brae hianelfn the eviataty o Imgtloe and *
for MV. s eCie, trl A mer AmerlTc lanterets bast alt dierd t ad smoded la stttar free o the Infest the alstr ti. Bones have b*io
f w Tresa ow ., En e* An ero elsso:vlisa!ian. ad- losasp by t r the i bep arrived. dIeeolred Ia the swamp, whteb ai'
owhoar te sl JuapeM 4.0 DewIoainssr hane I his o ittle l ae thought to be thoes of Mrs. M1
Krr C ao Qn hitfe s o c ans ity I *sliewrel- appeal to the af seaoo t W ih erver to reach hir farm f1rom) th
g tthe TM oa 'iu eSt uunge otrages sad unatalr lrlntets ..... ple whoe, she was sta.rin Mr
t P M eo borne tssa pubHe to s-M bomer-ee rdetd f Ca esmt.. McCart took a shot et aeros- t
thtminagef rom Hons uas nd asbo st jhpau11b, a asirtty that .tao swa noth so rteen u ,anI
-7erm ed S.sbm audeo- ai f rwg taltttofrl Ibe $Up Gil W ,peem .age W. C Hooh, au.
S it i Count Okumah0akls eOpinion. Now YorkJose7. --Twomor e ofte wJrldb'
I7.e Mob letAlbeied "u Ie ,A --'Me reyo" AvldM, l-o YmiCOJune ,l55 M umhe pret umthW er cos l b tie U h t he o P esta liev stea m er Chasi, vhl rf l
S teaut k t ye d .ou.. te IdniyC.. t.-mmOfD a teeaderof t.heprogsvar-r eEra ts o r o are h atthe gen York al.1.fd
aSbLout Doe o ro, hre gWedne day malte sityhio hertyunI uatd sad^t
*----,,,- -t. --ttaa9onen e-f .. his pes..n 5


to sapU. ls. ty*k tau bst ea yewes.eu. alle ar eAsnPIas W"bI y tM5W O te sUea I"
June*1.-rnroop s ade f ha hrsaf orecaap6_
N otemainShave 09-, selwnle. ha, 'Je I.- Pb lioh um. a 1e n a4 member o
004' ab 3 mile s f ayeaSO ofathe Georgia Weskv PiWaso an4 '0 ?'18Wdor* OS inpa.r.l- Ok kam .1ard ta n,
MIMI *a",. rho lat- bb Z m widow dw elm so Poo msiat"lo m IO SON"& a ti BY. .o driv the I'mas "ae A5 3nt thej SD
to tbU bills. Pigt-l seph S. For XeM )s. Om gm.~ (it is largely attended byl meot of the besiwnaON
?a tbobullwith ixgmshub amm". ftr 1"m WS.5 ve
am. saw'rs f5 viu a was 1a I* thea t NOW at the stous teet ing a.
a". with six sets. baebmdur. vbI Obs Oo ma .i 1CQa to be a t1 rttOMrr dft Wk Laadw M: ~ Lrr~rr
411110 -S. Poeted to-sonm WO t Mo. go t~qitMe
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118 i6 imad &my" be Mer~ U-u~tv
JI beas arrve saueoea tdree ~i'31 hCi~i r, ~k ...
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data a4o dor qAaSit mb
of thelbq4 d.th ~ems~sof
t~II~pW~matVol of
thei IoIty, at
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S.^ This 'cspsto of B P.
*^ ./alunan, S.' J.
Sa W. B. taylor
wian d X 4'J-Tue gentlemen
Will e ialto enisers, and
with t 4iittiotigate the various
pllace" AlA* 4 been selected'as
St t desirable loatls. The selection
will p O ~. i Jnae on this visit:
k *faeh Tba *kiJ-vDe needs a union pas-
tor tbi s oft #* ttsiit i Is no doubt. The
a tue et9s0 es0 wtd6 r6obably agree, and
ulttdlng. there'1 little doubt but that we will
force of get what we need In a few months. ,
*-Prairie
nq prog. PAMUS 1WD, OFP PAUL REVERE.
he last .
4 three One of tile 1" Attrattive Fealures
a, which of Aeetwn jxpositlon.
he Mast Norfolk. JunJ 7.-An Innova-
roadway t on li the way of xpodUaon attrat-
0 1x or tons 14 nOW open upon the Warpath
at Jameatown, and the nature of the
exhibition is one aculated to draw
largely ,from all classes of sightseers.
of the 'When that famous play, Ben ,Hur,
t is the had its premiere, the world was as-
eth ea- trounded with te sphetacle of gallop.
Miefat Ing horses attached to charts ap.
ralta, parently going at full speed on the
Ty..Mo., stage, but these horse* kept the
least scene' going at the most for from
I can't hilty to the record of forty-five seoo
4 by W. bonds, and it was stated that the
lter gsure would not sad could not
eexoeedede.
aing oar The horse ridden nl this production
6 p. im,. completes., In full view of the audi-'
arrives once, the whole journey ,frbm Charles.
:40s. m. town to Lexingta GOreetn the differ.
wdte eat scenes eg roetq beitg vividly bkre'
Pasgw. sebted by means of elaborately C n.
e, Jack. ceived a4 a artatoaUr executed pano-
ramas revolvng min divers t4rctlons,
^ and illuminated by tbest wonderful
electrical effect,
This to the Arst esitott, or moving
stage, ever erected 1 V4. livta and.
silently propelled bi a eA rawus
motor, run at the rate of over thirty
miles an hour. some ide of the Mag-
nitude of the production amn be ained
when it Is stated that ever twenty


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If-YOU'ArlIngured..

In a COompsa asmj ht Relpimsibit, Have, aPulie (Arr~eet1j
Written Whsb Libw'lity of Pgliep Contrast and LIWC:nP~
Pays Ldems Prampsiy

You A re Assu red
I That 'no Serious l044 can oviroome you without you ha p Aoe m
refuse.__________


1. fine, lie, Accidentand lledtb Iluslduace.
1% enebut ilelabic Companies 3.pmeented.


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1t MURDERS IN 7,DAYS.
Appalling Reign of Crime Reported
from New York.
New York, June 7.-Thbiteen mur-
ders have been committed In. this city
within seven days, breaking all rec-
ords.
Betides th 'homicides, there have
been twe suicides and half a dosen at.
tempts at sullcde In the same period,
which is oonAiderably above the av-
erage.
' In the homicide bureau of the dis-
trict attorney's office no reason could
be given for the increase of violence,
but It was remarked that the unsea-
sonable weather might be responsi-
ble. It is a well known fact that
more sulcdes lake place In gloomy,
depressing weather than In other pe-
riods, and It was thought the same
Was true of murders.

Preach Seamen Resume Work.
Paris., June '".--The seames at
practically all tbe ports of Framce ob-
served the order of the national com-
mission at Marsellw and returned to
work. ft was the lateation of Mar-
ine Minilster Thoason, had the strike
been prolonged to blpre manned
merchant vessels with avy officers
and seamen and all up the crews of
the warships with men wafted from
tha now&.) rf~w


*arusim erewon tae nonliY reYserLWves.
wator color drawitewp ath ireuiss
plijoes of inte:mt Eet tther Cas n Will b tGpO Jue and1Fancy roceriel
Bamud the scener ha ba skOk ua ly a Lextagtox, KY., ;*55 7-'Aoiiuc
year to complete meat was made 1'uradty that Uo
case of B. Ulterenoch, charged

Umter section ON oftMArcum III Wid it all SPled ISD a a
team oathile'LAO0Ie llIt Kt DW OUB iQAR AflUMVILLE. F(
Lewa .P ofIFlorlds. tyrl, Monda, h.it, by e w-o
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In te am o J.A. 1W. ewho. Ube Soknow &!' P'4 3L "'.4 o "e'utW
Unles md sstilto bel ~ we would #Y that I!-,1P:C1Mr
Unless U a I tiea Goetiauw ktl!wr of'fHor-pi. ..
deemed a&"we* "talaw., fodNo -'qt'4?' tInthe fts.ily n--4 0.6 ir
W0Imeli there s 11isoa en asizs.A a*!flt mirobe cawaaj 4a. L
Witnessmy ciftm ogjs a f g.atcr th"a8 IW3VSreY UUlnku3 La L' '*

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St a per las to,
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to Figthe Fig Svrup
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ee~ and cred talng, therefore t tb cal the attetio of all who would
e.the f da byt hivww the htion of right

s recreation, njoyment, of .cotUempltp uad of rt my be made to contribute
*Ii that end and thiq use of uedicjes dipssed with g nyto great advantage, but
k ij i n may latns aple, woleome r dy may b invalblA if taken at the
per tim., the Califdrnia Fig Syrup Co. that it is l ,i*portant to present
Snthfully e abect aid to upply.the ,o e fect laxative ed which has won
the&appoval of physicisaw and the world-wid.acceptance-of the Well-Informed because
*i1 the excellence of the combination, known to all, and the orginal method of manufac.
jg u o which i"lknowd to the Caliform'a Fig Syrur Co. only.
S9 Tbhis valuable remedy sab been 'long and favprably known under the name of--
ij aof e igfs-and has attained to wrlddwidte acceptance as toe most excellent of
laxatives, and as its pure laxative 'principles, obtained from Senna, are well
to physlcians,ad the Well-Infosm -- of the world to be the best of natural
Slaatves, we have adopted the more elaborate name of-Syrup 9f Figs and Elixir of
Spa-as more fully descriptive of the remedy, but doubles it will always be
Called for by the shorter name of Syrup of Flgp-and to get its beneficial effects always
note, when puchasing, the full name of the .mpany--California Fig Syrup Co.-
plainly printed on the front of every pck heer you ply call for-Syrup of
mtg-or by thie full name-Syrup of Figs .ad of eas-Syrup of Figs and
lii f Senna--la the one laxative remedy manufactured by the California Fig Syrup
nd the ,ameaberetofore known by the. name-Syrup of Figs-which has given
f stisfaction t6 millions. The genuine is for ,sle by, all leading druggists throughout
the United States in original packages of one size only, the regular price of which
is fifty cents per bottle.
S' Every bottle is sold under the general guarantee of .the Co;pany, filed with the
Secretary of' Agriulture, at Washington, D. C., that the remedy is not adulterated or
n misbranded within the meaning of the Food and Drugs Act, June Soth, z9o6.

CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO.


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Ftla." FIL 1WqI~Ly-0- W.

matee of the LO besHs
Co Tuesd&Yay a"t
dementia last gitbto A
Ot that it beckOt*~ees
in him to the m*J601 for'


*g ig.
t Tuesday night Ctabtree a
)ge on the Seabo d Air L1m4
o Fernandlna. & iT was n
ge"fn queerly by "). .0 Nay, o
who was a a on th
sad whom Crabtw approaches
usin reached JacX4t UVoe and
him a pacufp of papers
Um book*a*4 0 NI cash
SNay to keep thal l 4d ask
for his card, which Wa give
Not caring to be .ponstbli
man's property _I turned
I to the poll sad xpktned
came In poe= lO it
0i memorandum beak, under
of identi tictlo, was written
wing: Geore Orahtree,
,N.C. Case ou a ldent no
rn. 0. A. Bouth d, Golds
N. C. The name of Mrs. George
btree had been written, but
out and the b aun of Mrs.
land substituted.
Wnrtfcate Ahow"d that one
W. Jones has beoa diSmissed
the Insane asyl m a4t La Anse-
bL, December $, 10, and slagned
Xdlical Super ot-edet A. P.
was found bhisg papers.
are several people residlig
bdekooville who know Crabtbee,
I embers of his ftealy In Golds-
R. They mndeavored to locate him
iuay night, but flaled. On Wed-
y I morning he wa looted at 8.
s's Hospital, where ]be ent him-
I ad entered the Insttution u a


night the young mn develbp-
1qmptoms of dementia, and his
became such -a to make it
to have him removed to the
ty Jail. The pole' ambulance
summoned and the patentt was
From the hospital and placed
a cell at the county jai Cabtree
armed with a Colt's revolver and
w epon was takes posae lon of
the officers, also the you"g man's

hrtds interested in Crabtrees wel-
Shave notified relative in regard
te Matter, and, no dribt, oisan of
will come here to takeL care
his. Unleu thls4s do*e t tis e-
that Crabtree wl S e *emmal
al If found ijam wSbe ordered
to to e btasto Mtsanea51
Chattahoochee.

*Strit d on Oome o aihol. .
anta. June 7.--t sa Weda s-
So the bighhet poit Atla&ta
Scaptol dome, . .' llg
Miss Pearl saSw tl$W, Uw
together in as b- olo
By by Rev. A4', Wan,
S_ Temple Baft elm T"
b" ane dkr ano'j a bm
1bee the call oeoe N4 30orr=M
k Vatcch. MiSa Ivy sL a
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To Our friends and Patrkno.
The closing of our banking depar
ment is now fixed for' the 5th of Julj
This will be Immediately succeede
Sby The Dutton Bank, a State Instlti
tioA organized by and to be conduct
and managed by some of the most r*
liable and conservative men of th
city and vicinity.
All deposits In the bank of H, F
Dutton & Co. will be transferred to
the new bank, unless otherwise direct
od by the depositors, and business wil
continue withoutchange or Interruption
of any kind. The tow bank will for
receipts and all necessary paper
to the depositors.
Parties holding time certficates o
deposit cn have them redeemed a
once, with Interest, or can hold then
until their maturity, to suit the wishes
or nvenioene of the holder. The
new beak will issue certificates with
like conditons If pertieas so desire.
We bespeak for our successors the
same liberal patronage that we have
received. They are men so well known
In this vicinity that they will have
already secured the confidence of oth
ers as they have of ourselves. They
ask tor your patronage, and will re
turn in favors as liberal a a con
servative method of doing bualnedhs
will pernlt If our old depositors
who have been with us so uany years
will extend to them th e mm eOnl
dnee, favors an' patremesa that they
have so ibera tygfvem.s th will add
to te many 9b-tI-s u-r- whit
they fve already pise" I.
ILH. P. DtteUM O eWll handle
o.ts. (Mas of oM=O)0as uss" .a
te old N a6W. Very medly,.
IL. 1. DITOM & CO.

There ArF Pow
People who know how to take oar
of temmmalve--te malutr do not
tWo lm Ir Is a most impWast regam
is t ofby. V. C. SahkM Albe,
Teasm, fss: "I have uIs ,ebI
f &iA M 1 vw aad iNt the
W maeM I e n Ied. I WWuld
Wtibe wlbat M. t is asm iod I
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Mequ-^aeo. "Only Flaw-Net a"
a te1rvaht Problem.
Birds, are everywhere In Hawai'
Their music fols the quivering air. On '
wonders why we do not all live I t h
paradise, vwhaf tle ems to a atrte
out before one Il a long, languid dmie
of delight. The grreatest mensee to woman's
Suddenly through your dreamlng sM=&aet happtieas in life is the .
*mes a rude awakening. The Ha. 0 tht 2ome from some do-
waloan mosquito. the one flaw nla the -t'ofM A s or ,
gem, the only-thorn In the garden, haso late to s ave their "of w'
called to make your acquaintance and fh B by to omeM Aove their
bid you welcome to his domain. U;
The honses, with their broad v ersan To be a uoosestul wife to etaW
das flli-d with palms and flower and the love and admiration oi bet hu -
trnished with tables, chairs, bham. had should be a woma'sa eoUatat ,
mocks and grass rugs, are a paradise :
to the weary traveler. It h6 here that 'I wee man" Sthat her b'4er.
the Honolulu people enjoy their SW hreA that ashee e i s l
rious climate. ee a ba w.ead-
The lawns, thick and velvety as a aMhe e down seastloes, oh .
carpet, were kept In protect order by vouasea, Irregularitits *er the
the yard boys, for experienced ervants "blues." she should tart at oe to
--Chinese, Japanese and Portugueeo-. beild up her system by a tSole with
can always be'bad. In fact. the arant spie pows, suoh as ,
problem causes no worry to the housb L. V
....o ,on Lydia E. PIkham's Vegetable Compor
wife. who has but little anxiety in this
land of plenty. tegareatwean' remedy f' w la, made only f roots ad
'erylxHly seems to take life easily. Tieures male. CoplafIn sh DraI Menaatlo.s, W
The otlhivs close very early, and no I m ad DIpe mai loraton, and
seens to know what care i&. The a. Or and sinvluabl a theOChane of It dlaolvet
ar barons, their capital once rightly In-la Tumors at an su a ubdoea Paitaas. Nervors
vested, draw their dividends, and the aa aa, usR and toe the utoaea Cn
rest of life is required to spend them. Geerl' Deb ~ l l, ., and Invlgorates tho whole
We stop at the home of our friend, a Ito s "for dera ments of
bungalow that tois the picture of cop.
fort. One end of ths veranda is used
as a sun parlor. sheftered by windows
and scream' for what they call cold
days-(X) degree above sero.
Numeroum.rooms connect ,wit this,
the (dining rooM being a veranda at the
other end of ttp house and the kiteheell' & IL C M
a separate building, though connected "(Z30X '1rW t",I '
by a roofed veranda. The guest cham. ,
hers are cottages by themselves. E E. VOYLE. MGR.
The bath I. hawn out of solid stone. Absh e 0sse of Title sad foll lafeoatlon fralshed reIpdrlg ia4s
~ with a shower above. Servants are eo. eo s. Or manager has IvO in thism ountr ltrty yeTse sad
Y. provided for In quarters apart from the Is theoroeasl Olljne at with hd titles.
d boue. The wbile. In fact. greatly re-
t. minds one of an old southern plants-.
tion home with modern Improvements. M.We E. v *O"Y LE
Just In front of the house, spreading W
Its great limtr at least sixty fertaIn FIR, AOCIDMNT, BUBOLAY1 A1D INDEMNITY INKSRA3 4
diameter. Is a great monkey pod toi. n member of I I TY tll0a
and -nder It protecting branches i_, __ -]*, TATg ATO 01TT l2OAI, "
Sfhbldren. ni' older ones. too, enjoy tt "'3.0 N o
swings nnd hammocks In an atmos.
t here which lulls to sleep. As Psit ha. M, O e A Preldent H. E. TAwLoa,
I here at midnight, dressed an. th bl n- nm. W. EBTU. Vie-Preaidoa Lu aAAN. ANSt.
n nest of summer clothing, with never a
. wrap. watbag the moon rise out of
s the sea, we understand why the Ha-
waiian so loves his islands.-World's
f Work. 0LZ v z.L .
SULPHURM BRINGS HEALTH ....UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY,

Purifl.. the Blood and Clears Up the Oapital...... ...... .. .. ..* 1O0,00000
Complexion. Surplus ............ ........... 20,000
Everybody needs to take sulphur "' ,
e at this season. Nothing like It to pur- Inters Paid o aving A snte Cermtll. of Deposit. All
fy the blood, clear up the complexion .,A I.
and remove "that tired feeling." But
the only way to take it Is In liquid
form. .Hancock's. Liquid Sulphur 9X X X1-. .
taken IJternally is the best Spring
tonic. Applied externally Hancock' H .DUTTO N
Liquid Sulphur quickly cures Ecema,.
STotter, and all Skin Diseases. ..Han, C
6 cock's, the only Liquid Sulphar Oint-
mont, remove# Plppl., Blackhesad, As. ,
and Sores, and gives a beautiful soft, s AV
velvety skit. Your druggist sells JIt. B N' b JR S
It eured Edward p. Herring of FreWde*
Ilek, Md., of a bad caaeof Dsems, sa4 --.- n I l -
he write: My faoe is as smooth --A "AL --

t^"'ulphr uSea Ioola.nd Ootto

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MarTeha'I Has Sight Injured. ga,.iasiai a eBiei, eU .in l il f
Lad tet. (ia., Jue 6.-Wh lo -* reseu N- hAmusM ta a fe e re Mae e teoe o lu--
,puM to(aen the bltlasig *f Chierl nee h-e_ M -_- oegteesls. ,. *?
OCty, Marstal T. A. Masb-rs vws
serioutly tajured by a gursaure e*
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t"sath 081rymuto ma who had
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aIntexiestd Midge il.
CoacerOlng the lifte bhiory of the
particular little aidge tt patroDlss
the arom in atgland #fry lltthh to
known, yet It in certala that wbhp
amroa are blooming these tidgs give
4tle time toanything behelde drnakn
Orgtes with their shelter. Toq have
euly to cut opera a bloom at the arrow
aeok portion and look 40W0s to the
lower part to see the belplsn Insects
liag In boaps. aU more or es Itoll-
ated-Iptoxlcated from ovetddaulbe
aI araI pollen.-strand Magatno.


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y g. my dearr' saki the maid who
W begiolnuto carryM weght for ag.
rtt Wlli nevr know what frm It bo
. foft wI wan."
"No. I inppose not." rjolned the fair
debutaute. "bet you can't imagine bow
ueh tofun there is In accepting oae."-
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I of the s one of t
p any i stanoa, oeutd -when t
oldest news pa v veteran would have
I ttoi~ad itM dIaEw, to "cover" three ot
..... a er important meta at the same
m ,- tbe e after ll ti-me. but yoal be-rts was always
ft ^ wAw M^ofi Qs *0 so oqual to t2heew
guui^lCE:poa r ^ ,nW persistent
Meret I Like the OhuIaMA., alligators are
msma, the s fStom very fond of rnts. The two saurians
,djtn 100r b." 4 O" of uaday mk the in Joe Ettel'spISdWt House acquarzIu
o Partof sM Upiit p subjeoat at II are daily fed with the rats caught In
Sert l aeerduring the ps by the porters, and it Is asus-
Tlas it ee ye &W and Cn0luding that Ing to see the ideptnesh with whV11
,--e ,I "the most remsarble man in they catch the bait and swallow It
tii1nsA tI' t, i rue a at has t boee able to swima


V-m- *VV --nts-eOrr executive oIs beyond ques- .. -" -mo t b
ETSiweei t lU Waastron 15 *bon q a The Live Oak Dally DeNmocrat is
aL ,. 4I 04*3 sat tion-a mawiof strong character and ut doubf one of the best edited
,I ontdas all mentality. Oethig of'a Roosevelt test printed ppers in the
b.Un dtate and gesseal, es4nlU be way.r and withconvi4tions..o
r ee t o ad dtlion r way."and with- in s South. Edia tor Sherwo bas just


ofn wadveshtlewa 5 % um Idifference .of opinion a braon e e t e.Oakho Tae ir
idn nmyct. Partie s at w to rs the i b et appreciation of The Democrat by a
e1qkedt tpayf o tre .ie le liberal advertising patronage.
r better than i predecessors general. With a few. ceptions the merch-
SIONAL- L AQR IM S ly and other Governors throughout the ants of Galineile arethe poorest ad-
Union for disliking the press and mak- vertsher ow t va luo. A fifrts
is a great thing to be Ocher. t a theme for his contemptuous how er in
Rev. Charles Stelsle, That h adsparement. Hehbasbeecriticised ink is a wasy r.th-unless it is
kind of apreat. -0 "w tre&ey but fairly, as a rule, In his 6 the way of "V puf.
thies are as brOe ah.btManity, public capacity, and this Is Inevitable
i high as heave. Tbereflb no to .cae. of every man In ih The Ocala tyStar recently ple-
tion which today ham pi pminiMtratve attlon. In fact, he rated its tw birthday. The 8un
ilities in it for manly mmke. It'hs been mtort ate beyond many of congratulates IItor Bittinger upon
hr from being an out-Odate job. his contehporaries,. or In his ease the the great suocet e has made of his
may be made more 1i. storm of critilcisma that has beat upon excellent publteition.'
It touches men at every wt he Governor has alwair spared the -
be lives. sa an4 left his personal integrity The fellow that growls Is a misfit.
t we can't all be Preachers* and patriotic desire to promote th e npds adjutaent to surroundings.
r is it true that the miniter bas welfare of Florida unassailed.
opoly of the opportunities whih The most uaeful function of the A man Is give _aseh to _k_ more
coming to men for the building press, outside Its work as a news pur- A ma is" iv m- t-o '.
of a higher type of manhood and vbyor, is not to praise and coddle, but DO YOU G T UP
ood. Two of fntglad's most to use its argus eyes and Its trained
eat and most sucoMeaftl p ch- tllence to find the faults and WITH A LAmE BACK?
recently said that tf they werI not ws and weakness In mundane lncy Trouble MAkesYoea Mistrable
the ministry, they would .try to thing., including Governors and
i labor leaders. Others In this their poglcies, with a view to Almost erv-bodv who reads the new.
try have also said it.o The 4dM1- theTro 0rrection. And it there a cures made by Dr
in both positions are very much were no newspapers to perform Kilmer's Swan:p
The demand for starife and this thanks task for the great Root, the great kid.
sever-ending toil is ever prseeit- body of the people It is as sure as n, liver nd bld
same misunderstanding, te samel sunrise that things would soon get It is thegreat med
the same lack of apprecition.n a very bad way In this country; eal triumph of the
both the preacher and the labor hw t repreatative, government nineteenth century;
Shave the same reswahe con- would go to the doge. and out of the I of cietific research
rness of having been the means succeeding chaos would sooner or by Dr. Kilmner, the
blesing to a common huanty. later rise the despotism of a one-man eminent kidney and
There is many a fnee, oosaentious power, which a free press, honest in bladder specialist, and is wowle'rfully
ithccehful in prom ptly curing lame back
fellow In Othe s who so# fearless, even though uric acid catarrh of the bladder and
Sad a desire to study for the min- often wrong In criticism, Is now the Bright's bIes, which is the wast
,i but for various reasons, he has chief at In making a practical im. form of kidney trouble.
unable to do so. There is an- ibill Dr. Kilmer's SwampIRoot is not rec-
r opening In life fr t In We t know what the people of mended for everything bt f o a
kidney, liver or bladder trouble it will be
1hi purpose to unselfishly devote him- Flori adding to do with this big, found just the remedy you need. It has
SW to the task of redeIiIw raio uultp'iio at Tallahassee been tested in so many ways, in hospital


Sthe lower things in I -he may
ame Christian labor leader.-
t is need for suel. Tre0 ti10
muy men in the labor
i re Christian meo-ea "
libe the spirit of Chrit-Sad ~hat
be the final teat of amy mea's
lQristlnlty-but there shal obe
ay more who would -1 0 tUt to
hke the labor movesmlt #*r Its
r with the ame ot tt
RtPUts the true miakae* a the *
S eok ne day this voledM wi at &
e the choicest l 13 th- *0sw
SThen will they esItoiM tag
*Stepplng-stone fo s ia" of
z Je Rarelys of thea e iM g ef
*WWa upper clAu Sw ho sW
* tito such work w1taM h W
y1 qWsiflcattoU Wksw. ft -
th,, Mbor wall ihate ltr vt.
Sbe'able to a s" e a l y kp
.awning of the day is a meA

.SA maea -f 13W thee 9
*AW Wham the w9" $ w #r.
0'. li Is a native lIMIN me is

tha It baeb Ow OWi w f

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after hisu et term empire, and he
'Ie ha preserwea faeaSting silence
t hi wn t ure ambition, but we
ean tell him with entire confidence
that be should obey the Sriptural In-
juctiom when h ee least ov er.
nork office and love even his eoemes
of the Florida prs. for mt one o
*ea mt has helped to 6ad to bil
outwbual bIk a"d preII aNEd ii the
altlkim that has enraged hi hbad
beea witheld.he would hav. hes *Ow
prdv of me8 of the met eo ttve
.em.e (or making ha a *tawe
avme the anname of his tsW.
w ay Mrieusa d HOE H A. C.
hem OMe t(aer of the stte o
Fimtim- wi regpt to lean dat he
has hmia 1At at s hi-s e h s apltN
^ tert eeveralw& 1tere
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work &A 4a rivte praciwce, ani uo,
proveriso*dcc;ef.l in evy caM that a
precial arran genent he been ma by
which aI readers of this paper, who have
not already tried it, naj have s aanple
bottle sat free by mil, also a booktell
ingxm about Swas p-Rootand bowto
aoutifyotuhave k idwayor bledder troe.
bible. When writing mention reading this
geMn olsffer in thispaper anud nd your
'doI -toDr. Kilmer
& o. Mugamton.
Mr-o" aWd on*e- OWWO
.saI tottes am soe
ON, iby elood druggists. Don't make-
3 si4ty, but remeaber th maw.
jd h basmto, N. Y.. em



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AN Ab stos Irritation. subdued t aM .,
mato" andd iM
PXNKTRAS setjiklosns the Fibrous TsWIueo, Nit'
motes a free einils Mo theod l giving the Muscles Datirw a



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wife had besa A y.ara with pealaysisIW
heram. te to ladaI
Snow TniaMat w0 1 Cmplet .lr I
have also Used it hfost bil as =
*BT U4NIMENT On.ff g M ALWAYS US
THR Sit 3. os I $1.00
T* L A.


T. Jamestolwn


The Atlantic Coast Line Railw


People all over Florida: see the Atlantic Coast l4
"Purple Folder" for aoheduleti to the Jamestown Exp4
sition. Two daily trains each way with through PfA
man Buffet Sleeping Oarw..

Season sixty days and fifteen daysl-Hmit exour
tickets on eale daily from April 19th to November
at low rates.
Coach excursions at very low rates.
For further information see your nearest railroW
agent or write


FRANK


C.


BOYLSTON:


District Passenrgr Agent, Attlatie Cast Line, Jocksonvlle I


SEABOARI

Air Line Railway

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ter then true le. Now th'r w. ,n.
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liar Combinatidgso f o a*r Re.
lated by Andrew Le o ng.
sr to "the long athe of etaeuanvq
lag I imposlble to elnqlsfb.
instance of my owan y erte,
Andrew Lang, coarianes a. of *
fact I had been peadlna a oolab
k. "Out of the Harly B p9~M," sad
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In the afternoon I d be e with a r
of friends, and w#tdok the refnwb-
akt of ten at a Hboose wherl e t
enr evernI olth er guests, ll n a kb oi
evury Bartholy name. As twI of tmeA
Ired at a lauire on ole r n l newar
tte. they afterompanoon d a In par -e
i. As friend aed a wood on a hill-
e ont of telie auoymoun strange
aeid to eer. "Thils the burial ace ofk
bie Murrays of lame. Atndb c. I ab'
aotey tn acompanilcally replied: r.
I .ry Parthioliivw out in the Woods
L, a beautiful hole In th greSa4
A kind of chill blight settled on the
irty. thouti one of them tactfully c
akeil me what poet I was quottb. hI
When vwe had set dowft our two ft
strni.ers t their own home I was k
ask. I n het her I knew tte namb of the d
lenw'."man ,in whom I had expend W
my potielcal quotation? Of couare 1 did
DOI kno,. iand of course bi surnasme ,<
wa lHa:'thohoiew, while, as he seemed
kL ,I health, l my citation b am air a'
Of 1irtnl jipproprlatelneas. thlI dos
fr.riT.i,- hater us," for Bartolomew
h a iot nutintilD nami In cotland.i


Superstitious.
A I,.I kLn,own New Torker, while
4Cinri at hli club one evetah oh
rv\-ei that hil order of oiyea 0 the
'l!l w not complete, there la"
OLT 6.*- 1t %as hll. custom to order. OB
It't&Igi that ilis waiter lIrlhmano,
a.1, ,,.,tr. be decldd to tM the
Wft',r p |,,,twh 03 nO et
*"miu Ut,, h mue thing cclm dlbe
'*i, ntriae impatient.
"' >, *hri. ex.laimed be 1 lno wait-
'I :' ,1, y iu mean by IrWib M e
So};,i-li wIhen i nI ter twelve?
hall '; .i tIat this thIe f
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i lgre ients beaig pripted
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" ait Its formula wil adow
as no alcohol, or batmful
nifrnu. It is a fld extract
kpre triple-reftined gtycerne,
Steagth, from the roots of the
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IOhruy l ,w above ut
la W lbI n% e d every la-
Pre eold tis awelleated by thatmsa
or when the metal s h eated It s ahe
proof aint t ry ation of f. re much
Usla6 5md 1uaruooate&

Propt nd of Golthese metal.
rcti oldn of utf affected by the atmos-
phere eiter a t ordinary temperature,
or when the metal I heated. It oxidis aledo
drooin against ti. action of common
acids wbeu uspd singly. Moreover. It
coufers Its properties tuore or less upon
?opier uud skiver when these tietals
are alloyed wiwl It. Thus, aor exaofplh,
butwve karat lloyld will withuniformd the
action of iutrlc at'l nld thle atmos-
phere at ordinary tei-piernturo, lbut
rome of the colhperW on ll oxidizfa-
uring au a ollog. Nine arlloy of gold
may he alloyed witii tten part of plat.
num In an rnlInnry cruellilL and fire.
but such an alloy will not 1w uniform.
A larger lorolmrLPo' of platlinu will
fre Itaelf from the gold on solldlfies-
ion, aind a lioniogeueoua alloy of lie
wo metals cannot be obtalned.-Jewel-
irs' Circular-Weekly.
A Happy Mbther,
Will see that her baby Is properly
ared for-to do thU a good prgative
s necessary. Many babies suffer
rom worms and their mothers don't
mow It-if your baby Is feverish and
oesn't sleep at night, It is troubled
rth worms. W h4's Cream Vermi-
aie will clean odt these worms In
mild, pleasant way. Once tried
Iways used. Give It a trial. Price
5 centa. Sold by W. M. Johnson.

The First Book Catalogu".
The first book catalogue was Isaeed
A 1564 In Augsburg, Germany, by boe
leorge Wilier. It was a quarto of
ilneteen pages and recorded the titles
t 20 books arranged In classes.
Hand lists or posters wee printed as
arly as 1469 by Jonathan Mental 4w
lenteli), of Strnmbwrg, who printed
he first edHtou of the Rlbb4 0IM o r
40& The first Mcatalogue In bA1ad
was printed In 15M0 by Jobs W t
r" Andrew MaunselA a boola--.-
1lnueapolli Journal.


Two Runewaya.
"pis paper." saSi Languid Lwla,
.'telk erbot a boa runnima' away with
a woman, an' he was laid up for aoe
"Dot ain't so wore," rejolaed Boae
4. Benjamin. "A friend u aeIea
wmt mmran aw with a ham. as* he


WhnLife '14 W064 -Cas umneer sNEw .pw
t~~i."~t.levery 'l._4IuA w" kid up ftr alyn _C
".:,:thchit-f; when tpCam"e or Eeet.
Kr Efld:, agai,,t "menWa kft 6 01- Assistant Dditor-HOW$s.' aPOeM fr
irw j 'I, fiI M)t st III tj*bm a l I ps swiug a fi've yeaav
A.W to Pon"e awg ~MgAss--dI. whet it wift is
( 't"144gdto repeat 9 ~iibetmehe pksigftthe evcMastasu
lb O~Is alkowed I@HimbiseIt wma"I I* w a wanelto otb"
Uts~~ri fre that eahors apss.fluilb 3t
h a hr ulga"r "d andhlo

TI.ams sSo-Aan yes meaw heI play
DIMM ad 00-4aw a pino. M.-wq thet's not an ab

f r toete ft = 0a ~ ~i ses
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Beneficent epidemics are scarce, but such a one has struck Gainesvill.
andspeople 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 bunines
office. There is the mother, bringing her daughter with her and securing
bank for the'girl, another for herself, and inquiring anxiously whether
mlay have another for the boy who in at wo0k. I6M receives it promptly, t
Boys come-some are steady, 8eriouspoed chap who have begpnu
think on their own account, and who askquestions about the operation
the scheme which show the results of rubblug up against thi world. '
Then the High Schbool girls and boys, fy and active, while the wori
'alan and business mdn "slip in" during the oon hour to xet a bank for tb*
boy or girl at home, after asking one or two leading questions to make ml,
hbere is no joke about the 25 cent&





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/ PHIFER BROS.,

BANKERS i

9ood for aa d a cents- wha a depict o op i, or more in
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the visit tors toe
Ie Toar Stationery to ilma
o ce. Fkis csel W"the

D g. P.sP Holstel i a t sA ta.
l retired from a ple in i
iri. and aMrs. C. M. v en n

ads of Mr. W. W. in l n
m to learn that od leo W
fp cimi anda I aganadil oie to
bed with fever. -
iitoed-Man tor btanih '*.
e. Address, with reheao.t Thep
i Wholesale e Houae, CtoO laat i'

Mrs. John Chesnut anad chdrenu
t returned from Live Oak where
bave been on a pl*agaat visit
Mrs. Chesnut's brother, A r .

L C. Davis of Jacksonville, the eler-
ad successful traveltg repan ets
of the aey-Sholes typewrt, I.
Pthe city in the interest of hie a

Circuit court will reconvesine o next
day for the purpose of conplttSog
work of the spring tarA. a n e
rof criminal and civil caer ore-
in to be tried.
Cheap Extracts* The Most Xxpem-
e. Nxause you have to W lwtoe
much as of the highest grade t Blue
'Vanilla. Another Iptanses
h the beat Is the chapeast s
Dr. Armstrong, who makes regular
Ur here. wili be here agean on
donday, June 10th. at the Brown
i-t> Anyone having any eye or
41'is compileation should see him

Prof Jul.es Eihelberger. the plan


Sand repairer, is a home aa
Iter a professional visit to Wtatht
Springs, Santa 1f and other
alon aIsited happy sad Pripsrtias.
WAnt(d-Men to leman Vphr tate,
BWto 1-' weekly paid graduates; feW
com Unjt)iptej; can esta esponsesol



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*t SPRtlNbt HAPPENINgS
t #
p etat Qtherings In That-
.vwn!. ilnP the WeetL.
4hI SprIngs, iJune 7.-The Pyth-
tli Ultits held Dn election or officers
o Wednesday night, which resulted.
In the ldpwin: Mr. W. Eastr-
IM3, M. X, C; Mrs. Gordon Hunter. .Z
S.; Irs7'W. B. Anderwo, E. 'J.; Mrs.
J. als,. manager; Mrs. P. P.'
Wod. M. -R. C.; Mrs. U. McL. Grady
i. of P.{ -ra. Sophie Sims, protector;
Mrs. uon Hatchell, guarO
* T.wie'was a grand sah try at Poe
8'rhgs n& the Srd. given by George
,14" I to honor of his sitern-alaw,
N Ida Baugh. of Athens, oGa. It
was a delightful aar
'Th ladie of the Presbyterlan
huareh will give a box supper on the
evening of the 14th. It promises to
be o* of the most entertaning af-
fairs of the eason.
There waa 'card party at the reals-
dence of Mrs. Laura Dennis on the
evenfhn of June 4. Mrs. Warren won
the lady's prise, and Mr. Missile won
the gentleman's prise.
Oa Sunday, the 2nd, our town was
saddened by the death of Mrs. Eslla-
both Rioe, mother of Mr. J. G. Rice.
She lived for a number of years in
Gainesville, but for the past few years
la been a resident of High Springs.
She was eighty-two years old in Jan-
uary. Mrs. Rice- was a lady full of
many Christian graces and beloved by
all who' knew her. The bereaved
family have the sympathy of the .n-
tire comvualty.

ADVENT CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
Elder Joe herseo Continues to In.
tereet Congregations Dalily.
Thursday evening at the Advent
Christian church Elder Sherouse
preached a grant sermon on "The Sin
of. #resumption," showing the great
danger of presuming to do things
contrary to God's teaching.
The regular evening service will
be held this evening (Saturday) and
ie trust theo people will keep this in
mind and be present. Elder Shermase
is doing much good in these meetings
and we appreciate the interest mani-
fested by the people. 4
A few people have discovered the
fact that Advent ChPattlans are not
ttadels, and others can do the same
by a IIttleo investigation.
bder Bbrouse will preach Sanday
morning on the subject, "Prom Prion
to Pal ace, and Sunday eve o
"The Life of Paul." These are gram


"Pi f Mr ... Cllumbjects t .and we hope the people
tt,. ,r Mrs. C, L t m wil may come out in late asumbes to
r t is. tht s III bear this man of God preach them.
h .h ? ,. l. and that k*of t I p
'-, , Dr. OuterIs with
. ha.~^ msuam to r :PETRItG OOT THE CONTRACT.
e h u;re after hie ylgg t*-e e
hr dav t aft o Aw9 I A
t_ .. l.le I, .. It a ism 'Agguor ting Many Miles.
01 -};f ap s tvS 0. etre, who has been construct
h' ,. ialie. Jr., AVp O f, t e 1M m4oeIent pavem ets Is
DI? ^ G, d. L S 1 city" has mawarded the cnO
b b r. Halls ISj ftm toAfdtsbWl l wor tn Paatk&a.
WA Oak, a"i4hl"i -*M, r. Itr, ut to w nmvuratom with
b e" one of yt a ,a fet Te -S at the price
t tb.. ate. I w &Oaro ,a,,hertaa
At. 0"t' Q te, or the pri-
(umaskmissfl tonri Mr.vrehs Msh rearke.
n the ao me rotm*,$ I so1. B a a .ru
te ramac am slm ?tai tles of tart hd Mewalk pavents
~da aae wi he declares h mas not
t o^ cv a* 4 beoet paemt( sad "fteMstbahr be
ai. tae a aWas41 60t k ha10ess the1loser.
i o "by-te el* The to sM and thdat ot that
Spa b gh as a sood
bcau CK .. M I. a owoa 1u a0 x
whee Ue K- to g- a s akift
14ter's e.bo


)Aeemty a spedtes the babtf



1i been to lus' lec( a pledal
hi the Waldoi of whlch W. Z
TIflpn is a er Mr. Thlptn, ap
relative of sentlee, on Wednee
day evening A 4wioe which wai
)"ra attend thi young peop%
of Wado ault o are under oblb
gations to Miad Mrt. Thigpin tor
their bhoptta -
JAMESTON IXTION NOTSt.
The Second wlegient, South Carwe
lina, Col. Hem T. Thompson oki,
umanding. will at the Jametown
position fro* June 27th to Jaly
7th. The conUaMd will not carry t
own commlss;ay' but will have a6me
in the big tent,
The Maccabes will have 1.64 men
at the Jamqiown Expositiona o
August 17th. Q" that date they wll
hold a banquet la the big teat in the
expeitlon ,romU
The Negro Uxhibit building lI reSdr
for the instaUd$l* of exhibits, a&0
the building h saumed a bandoome
appearance. Tw work, excepting the
staff which wa!A+one by Italians, io
entirely that of o, Including that
of the architect, The structure ooit
$40,000 and cov s an area of 113 by,
129 feet. It has two stores and will
e filled with exhibits.
How People J.oe" Their Money.
By concealing it about their person;
by stowing it away in mvgp, jugs and
jars; by sewlangit up in skiats and
tiks; by tucking it under the couches
and carpets, 1W cupboards and bu.
reau drawers; these are soak of the
ways .y whioh people lose their
money, and sometime their lives.
How People Save Their Money.
By depositing it In a good, reliable
bank. Confident that this bank fully
meets the public's needs, we tender
its services to a11 who believe In. keep.
ing on the safe side.
PHWBR BROS., Bankers.
Old paper or sale at this office.
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cheapest Stare on Earth.




Mattings






We haVe just received *
nice ahfpteuit of choice
pttern& Prices strictly




Iron Beds

Wt cb cooler in the
Ita*QtA ihan wood oDe.
We ave a magnify en
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'ome Said to Have Been Sld


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The Tallahassee correspondent ot C KB.''
the Jacksooville Times-Union eayfs
'State Superintendent W. M. No t, to )
way and the Southern Expresa (eut to .o.)
pay officials are busy investligttag
the mysterious disappearance of a NOTItOC.
package containing the printed qoM* Begilnnng April lot we Willt pa oa
tions for the June examinations. 06' our SBlemer rtte of $4 per W l,'
the M1th of May Mir. Holloway "tt ewals-aed $4 trading ttiek.ts
out to the superintendents of the YA. I fSrsteles i frevery repeat. f
Pious countlee the examination qtue. 1rT1 eleot re faSe. aInulrin es atto'
tUOi The packages were put up W -
er' the personal supervision of Mr. COLD DXINKS OF ALL llKiN J
Holloway' office force. Mr. -
Intoh,. th l chief clerk, accompaJ ofeo the best. ,veryth.ti
the titomr with the packages to -.& tiBe. ase looked to oWderJ
xpre s oice and delivered th~ o ..or P.a..
the agest, taking a receipt for Mobh 09N BARJLY and i,.
package. Mr. King, of the local- t ,
of the express company, went dow.
to the depot on the express wael
and 'personally checked the paoka ges
to the message. Mr. George IP. :
Scott, superintndent of public instru .,
don for Bradford county. filling to re- fOTlU9S, BOOi tSlltlo|
oelve his package of the questlo6s, CA a OkIat DIn.m
notified Mr. Holloway that they had I0Ulfll01 OU I rlBW j
not come. ptr am o
"A second package was forwarded u iu Pl 0 ,tls,
to him which he has received. Mr. -
Holloway notified the authorities of 206 B.( LMt St."t
the pxpiress company and efforts are
being made to trace It up. GAIlESlIIj, *
"In the meantime Mr. Holloway -
was formed that a negro doctor of
this county was selling sets of the U
examination questions to negroes of
this county for a seL At first Mr. A IT
Hlolloway was Inclined to doubt the I V -S I
statement, but his.Informant nsalsted Ad keels one relowed of "iaef Ut
that such was the tact and offered to ** *hm e kor s ars@M y
get a copy of the questions, upon re
which comparison was found to be f'S Yell oWl FAILl
a verbatim copy of the questions sent I
Qut from the State superlntendent'a eg e Perood wheoeeo
office. lie ham obtained the copy f et v 3,
from a negro woman who claimed that
she had paid this negro doctor $10 KIwIONUB BAKBRl,'r 21
for them with a promise to pay h in i . .. .OM. I.I.
$15 additional When she began tech..


"Mr. Holloway and the PxpreIm of*
Alaos are uilng every effort to ob,
tlai evidence that will fix the guilt p
on whever stole the queetleUs. DO
oottOves are at work upon the s*a.
The theft of the questions ll rel
bly cause Mr. Holla to1
throw out the examination fhtr o1l
negroes In Leon county. aad may Wlw
uibly cause the entire esaamtioa
ail over the ftate to be throws &t
At present It is mpomelble to My
whether the distributtom of the qu.
itUos to local or gsemal. tvery pro
auton has been take to pt,4pt

priatlag of them tI dae a d*Ieret
point each year, and le t sLere.



able or te 1eeso. L 0ir.


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cons ome good thlnp
fo, Mm., Women and
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Bottled Coca-Cola has this avug
Idvw from a fountain-the every
aolutely right. Where every
automatically amquured out, there i
0 carol a clerk. Delid
frees l ,Vtee k possible drawI
strag ltou Ilos or There i are many ch
insit on Crown Label to
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4 1 hNow ekinge o With J etalyvi- ,
Gas, Whle1t"i People Ejoy, )
'. The good p~eiof the town of Wal
-* nado believe in'prosperity, and will no
saw longer have to iieuperience the abit
of calling over. blocks, gioda boxes.
a tro1U etc., on their way home from a friend, C
e t or from a night's shopping. ci t j
L AND Recently a' saoetelyne gas plant
has beon Installed, tInluding a plant Btled Coca-Cola has this
apd*b ean d,""I an poie las in the Waldo HOUne, of which W. E dr n from a fountain-the ev
Told in "^'S SE 's o. Thigpin is nanager. Mr. Thigpin, right. Where every
K t W, o wh R \ aSSS predicative of the service, on Wednue ut aticlly I out, there
day evening ie a dance which w asi eimelee a clerk. Del
Th Son. .u ~S largely attended n4d the young people frees M tas A. possible draw
Iprs for sale at, *a of Waldo and vitlnlty are under obll. st athl There are m ch
i' ling cards 11,i nations to Mr. and Mrs. Thigpin for it on C rnLab to
officae.li YUaaf wt their hospitality. % 00 K B BOU Y0 DRINK
les typewriter for, AV-
oS JAMESTOWN iXPOSITION NOTI. .
bR e wspaper $1f St Wa ..t...
S WHICH SPRING HAPPENINGS. The Second Regiment, South Caro. EXAMINATION PAPERS STOJ.BN.
Sllna. Col. Hen-y T. Thompson cton-
s fr l a several Solal Gatherings In That handing, will be at the Jametown Some Bad to Have *eSn old t
I1 per h undrefd. "To wn During the Week., Exposition from June 27th to July Negroes at2. I2.
the ^bestS pHigh Springs, June 7.-The Pyth- 7th. The command will not carry its The Tallahassee correspondent CAFE
prices cll at Thlan Slaters held an election of officers own commissary, but will have a mesa the Jacksonville Times-Unlon : as:
0. Harvard of A r9:e on Wednesday night, which resulted in the big tent "State Superintendent W. M. Hollow. (N.xt to P 1d )i
Sthe visitors to 0S4 U), y In the following: Mrs. G. W. Easter. The Maccabees will have 1,260 men way and the Southern Express Comrn
t. M. E. C.; Mrs. Gordon Hunter, E. at the Jamestown Exposition on paIy officials are busy InvestigaUttn
Tyourstationeryt "Allt3 .; Mrs. W. B. Anderson, E.'J.; Mrs. August 17th. On that date they will the mysterious disappearance of a NOTICE.
ofee. First-clas w' t 5. H. Balls, manager; Mrs. P. P. hold a banquet Is the big tent in the package containing the printed qee* BegInning April lst we will put o
l at reasonable V Wood. M.of R. C.; Mrs. H. McL. Grady exposition groubts tons for the June examinations. 6 out Smlamer rate of $4 per w k* '
S 1 of P.: Mrs. Sophie Sims, protector; The Negro BUhibit building Is ready the 37th of May Mr. Holloway qlet meals-sid $4 trading tickets. ieirls'
H. P. Holstein as4d I i..C rie, Mrs. Leon Hatchell, guardL for the Installation of exhibits, and out to the superintendents of the T& ly fet.ele ina every repeat. tfo
returned froem a lp emN wit There was a grand fish fry it Poe the building has assumed a handsome rious counties the examination qeU large ele*tr(a fans. insuring eomfom ',
and Mrs. C. M. MCKj Iy at Springs du the 8rd. given by George appearance. Tie work. excepting the tons. The packages were put up a ----
*i Reynolds In honor of his sister-in-law, staff which was done by Italians, Is der the personal supervision of Mr. COLD 1DRINKa OP ALL 1KMNOW
uds of Mrs. W. W. 0Cb0l will MiIt Ida Baugh, of Athens, Ga. It entirely that ao igroes, Including that Holloway'% office force. Mr. @ --
to learn that she 1 i jl was a delightful affair, of the architect,. The structure cost Intosh, the chief clerk, accompsala Ooffee the best. Evert lIa i
pse, and is agan1e0=0ae4d to -The ladies of the Presbyterian $40,000 and covers an area of 213 by the Janitor with the packages to ti n. OGame looked to od i
bed with fever. church will give a box supper on the 129 feet. It has two stories and will qxpres office and delivered the to for porter L.S
sated-Manager for nh evening of the 14th. It promises to be filled with exhibits. the agent, taking a receipt for h 00N BARLY and L
we wish to locate hre r e aSW be one of the most entertaining at- package. Mr. King, o! the local ( ei --
Address, with rferWa. The fairs of the season. How People LoUse Their Money. of the express company, went do"W
SWholesale Houe, Cena, There was a card party at the real- By concealing it about their person; to the depot on the express wS
o H dcnce of Mrs. Laura Dennis on the by stowing it away in mups, jugs and and personally checked the paoklgM V
t n child evenFng of June 4. Mrs. Warren won jars; by sewing It up in skirts and to the messenger. Mr. George ',.
Ers. lohn Chesnut and Sdl the lady's prize, and Mr. Miselle won tidks; by tucklng It under the couches Scott. superintendent of public instro-.
returned from Live Oak, here the gentleman's prize. and carpets, l cupboards and bu- tion for Bradford county. failing to re- HoVtdes, Book, St iO
have been on a pleasant visit On Sunday, the 2nd, our town was reau drawers; these are son% of the ceive his package of the questloA ,
Mrs. Chesnut's brother, Chas. saddened by the death of Mrs. Elia. ways -y which people lose their notified Mr. Holloway that they had 801TDlrS I S b t M t
beth Rice, mother of Mr. J. G. Rice. monqy, and sometimes their lives. not come.
I. C. Davis of Jacksonville, the elev She lived (or a number of years in "A second package was forwarded W I-I [lr WN a *
ad successful traveling reprmsenta- Gainesville, but for the past few years How People Save Their Money. to him which he has received. Mr. ---
of the Pay-Sholes typewrter, is I as been a resident of High Springs. By depositing It In a good, reliable Holloway notified the authorities of
the city in the Interest of his ma- She was eighty-two years old in Jan- bank. Confident that this bank fully the pxlIress company and efforts are
uary. Mrs. Rice was a lady full of meets the pub~c's needs, we tender being made to trace It up. E *
Circuit court will reconvene next many Christian graces and beloved by its services to all who believe in keep. .in the meantime Mr. Holloway -
y for the purpose of oorpleting all who' knew her. The bereaved Ing on the safe eide. was ored that a negro doctor of a A
work of the spring term. A aum- family have the sympathy of the en- PKGRO BROS.. Bankers. this county was selling sets of the
of criminal and civil cases re- Ure community. examination questions to negroes of I
to be tried. Old papers r sale at thoffic. this county for $25 a set. At first Mr.S DI
Cheal) Extracts. The Most Bxpen- ADVENT CHRISTIAN CHURCH. --- illoVly was inclined to doubt the
e. because you have to use twice tatn---- t ient. but his .Informant inieted And i*ona reveve of "
iuch as of the highest grade,Blue Eider Jeo Sheroue Continues to In- that such was the fact and offered to fooi" to L'ow ia smn
Vanilla. Another instance terest Congregations Daily. get a copy of the questions, upon utd tor1. a,
the best is the cheapest. Thursday evening at the Advent Ierbatim co py of tharison wae founders to b
Dr Armintrong, who makes regular Christian church Elder Sherouse a verbatim copy of the questions sent
bt her,., wil be here again on preached a grand sermon on "The Sin out front the tate superintendeut'sa io J*w4 seo4,I wometo
Ioday. June 10th, at the Brown of Presumption,"- showing the great Chlpest Storse OR Erth. office. He hn obtained the opy ,e a ro ewo rIr
Anone having any.eye or danger of presuming to do things from a negrnwoman who laime that KBYTONS BAKIR
A';.J complication should see him contrary to God's teaching. he had paid this negro doctor $10 K ONI I
That time. The regular evening service will for them with a promise to pay him 1. *L. B 3MTo APIS
Prof. Jul-,s Eichelberger., the piano be held this' evenlng (Saturday and i $15 additional when she began tech.
lr an repairer, is a homeae gai, e trust the: people will keep this in larg. Holloway and thexpsof
Ijorofessional visit to Werthlg-e mind and be present. older Sherou"se M acn are using every effort to ob.
hSprings, 8anta Pe and other is doing much good in these meetings Aeals are usng every wl ort to ogitu
evA few people ave ditov M atte d.the r t lu licu
fietro-p m w toelearn ari nth andw eapr facit that Advent Cheintrstlaas ar ot o e tof the questions will .Do.
M5 I lenins dels, and others can do the same blo out the a o ll
I*' <",il.te.; can eni expMeNs, throw out the exmimnatOns for *ll ------9--'
i ad board from start, free oUnlc by a little Inves ti ison.
p',ctie, careful stSructions, r srou ,y We have .just received e ero i. Leon county, nsa may poe- Aee eri
,..b.orning on the subject, Praom Prl-gm nice i)n lly cauis the eiti e ea 0t0 d0
at Bu. a m5loon tnow. ., t b chao i over the Stat. to throws out .. r ,
c Bu ys.,e rmon Palace.' and Sunday e---- 1 Prices
"o loe e... ... "t" tT.^ U.fe of Paul." Th INe cl HtR L a OI l.
i rt ta t WH__P may come out In IaNPe numbess to tion- s ii Ivales or general. ivery pr. --
1d rn h,' s ~a.. hear this man of God preech them. caution has been takes to prevent
i "' re sh tE JAB. LJiA. any, questions beiag gum. The E
-.. n, d that g el~i "roii m printing of then Is d at dos alat dfarestte d,
... Dr. Outr l wh point each year. ind aa s1W t" e M. coma. er a,

& 4a. a,. Will Put DWn the Pavement in Pa- .ieD Gbrow s .at- gla o attg6.rI
Ssr of .at a, Aggreating Many Miles. Om er th an ooD aOd oelersie Ughyt. u he W *, do ,
*1 6- a pkesant~f tM als 0 etr who has-been construct- we bal re a magffiou able for the sensas ft. O.
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