Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01139
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 9, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01139
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
 Related Items
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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a tb 'ANeb

d~le~l~elower key

~eewedows to
4" ilm~ to bea
4 dath tup.and1


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* Or

Scraps M*t a pr'nd
4 were toyed on about
? flty f ari ..

g Capi alUI.sBel000.
Atiat Uif isU rance
ow 0N ooa f la1 baulness In
i. oIa t tpiOtal stok of less
b than 10,00 aMoorllng to a decision
Vac nMte. TbadV y by Attoriey Gea-
v ral Jobs 0.,' rt, to respone to a
SH, request frtW lerItate of 9tate Ph lHp
Ook. wadteMretios Mom t the civ.
t i e s M te lamspren ompa4age arm
'iequdIt to baw a paid I capital of
$100,000 tauvtd la good semaritto
such 4 ,ovem i at tad. lMtiltu
and oo-orertlve empanies are, of
b course, exoepted.

Ke of Pt coweswh$4pJmpetown.

Edtiit~ Iiiiipti~as vsvulad. tsa'

bfinging it neAM ato th4 sAPdea'4of
the United Sasies arawj. nd AnAPO
PVWS tr a revwsfon W4 resleal
= sdralrmTegaOt"q. Twos
Doth meadmeau sanefavoed a"d
Probably will psa hP4M MeUMS*.

Atlantais". 6-Af"*ft Oagcorn-

a burE Od is5k 1_ '1* t a *q
0140. mark '5i. lS uSknown
AtlantC OMO*Zi e r Was

bysaows of 6e0~s~~~I~a

ls mse of Ow me ta
iaever Come to tueaqV~ h
"is "OmisON".

,P" wrook VsWAM l-W.,
whichcoured Jam l
way sam lobaft oms.tea.,

U~hr teshas beow~u4 ~

lift. a. 11. M ~
lo~an a., whoewpu
4.Wbougt, wil m ~ rss
; IN*owe..

W~esaseon* I#iaa


Alosri~s p"M. vailow $1.00a~e
SI~umebuild a a Aorm W

ma sfor thirty v



KMSI*~-~t4LN 2AIP4

Say Ueja~oteamers vse4rw g
Ashop U4,d beprdla 5ulldlat l

Wis.tssrpkthatthere&. m
grqst,1p45oflw. maid the

aind x~o Isn. of the POIsew~s
sespfts o atiSh b ,India. Whew i
Pasm.&4to t. tebands of t~o 111i il
I*' lox, It a but a atet'rsw l.s
las". It now presents tw.a~e
Arfamoawasra dtir, 1p noted lot~t
ufactures of carpets and St dv'
war*,wan bat a population of'~'t


Afftnt Had Narrow scape frm n
Watery Grave.
boxtes, Mass., June S.-!Soe
breaking down of his motor whlob ca.
lowed the airship he wPs -navintlsg
to be blown seaward, almost rsult-'
ed In the oah q f Lincoln Uoaeh, of
Revere Beach Priday.
Beachy had made a S'eam mile
Journey from Ap4 eat 10 Boton,
sla in 0 4e 0O1t. -

and fhe Vt bebe Tdo"e-4iISy l 1
laadRb e tte etataer wiiep
thossia q of people.re attreled by

te rahiip. .
Oft the rYrUn fSaray to Rdvegr
Beash the motor became disaiad,
when the aeronaut wa a mile off-
sbsre, over Boston harbor, aa# the
airship was carried some distance
eawrdt. echO y managed to partial
ly qCpair hbl easee mo a to get back
to the viclatty of Revere Seoak.
When about a hundred feet of shore
the airship settled rapidly ead It look-
ed as if Beachy would be throw litoe
the water. Men I mw .boats aad
launches who sted to hs asid-
aaee, aldb tbe drepe and were
aWe to tow hl his apparatus
ashore before he streW &e water.

Temperee Cmomre' A,,ehed.
Frttepba, Keas., JM 4.--ev.
J. M. Prime at d Rev. A. P.
Berka .ems tempunaee crusaders,
who were released fma Jal here on
Monday after they had be arrested
oa a charge of mefti Uerw, were
attacked by tweaty spns sympaithma-
S mra they were boa$a a a eleetrio
ear ,ere lrsay gt lesei towa
a4 -e.eely beaeas. Boms askusn
wet. kaseket down aad Mked to te
U. I Pritas ad amev. Bark.]
the4aa bee yfa tax eor lan
raSa a te purpose of
aea agalast the koepera and ware
arrmad oa ebarges trUia*4 up by
the am oa1eepar for reaeaoe.

New York. June .-**'he TUale
publiboee a port wt~ It eays was
revaleat i the aneln Natrtct ae
Tar-aMr th the Ctastmat. HB -
tad Oayt aa la U a
8Me0d to the CeeaetiN aNd Oble
at the bere railroada 'a sooa as
the read's aOase hae bee read-
asted and the Menr lateri ms ca
inht applicationtoa Ithe di0cargse of
taselewr. which was appetated a
S aeo last Deeame r. after the
,=I laternat boatht the prsar-
Steak rom the rIe tsroai.

^ wes wee-W y Esbeas.

W Juea aJuseBtt V.
HBC^a trarcaaSg'~'ea t ^ .id

*6 latter tf platt ma*ss!
best rood tu1 taI the aslaq
tlist of 1 pottery to a ke n eslr lit
slwts of tro e.athe wan "d -s -

t, the eoMgaratively sat l ety of
t, d Petersburg, 3a., fSeteidena
rauglag i prime up t$00 0 9 tieAs
r Qoprt4 tra IA epw-o( d-ai*
tMe, 1 ot Tampt ti s o 46tt
to e.
daf ,emthu lo0 heue4 mgo
me of*rSamo ana saung Ue
ftaUldau to be ransd at ow e bre a
$10,000 addlUoi to puble sobl,
80,00o bickAb Mx S11.,000 brtek
Mlf4ldag for stomfs a4 s sad two
alrtutaont hoaw, osB eowt4lag mtP
sad .the other 4.100.
Blallqg a.cUvity Is re ted In the.
irp'orqafoB of a .$1.,000 compag
to develop 50,000 orts of land aI
MIlislMlpp cont tlaig aOproximantly
400,000,000 fet of nimbr., prlaoipally
tlae, bet UnIn aadelaa uONy 0 bsard-
weed, and the organisation of another
oompap y with $1,600,000 capital to
dwelop 107,000 acres of tlnft land
ta Lolsas.a.


PFIe Perone Die in FIurten Days of
PReumonia In Chicagp.
Chloa.- June 8.--4f Mrs. Jyenal
Desks rovers from t he ritIeal ill-
ai. lan whtt she lies, Ina Iaecas-
of wiat.: bappesed about hw /Obe
'WM a tO N Sad f ve sear rela-

St t b I, of h0 5 i4W eo a i

ibtet Oerman bui"t"M ma of this
ity., the Bfth to tu mtaurtueea days,
died Thursday of pamoat, nla elI
weeks si members of tine ialy have
l*--Mr. Sttirse mother, one if his
daughter, a cousin, a brothe-taIl&w
nd sister-la-law sad Mr. ttUi him-
. Mrs. Dnaks, the -srvTstag dush-I
t knows bhr randmther Is dad,
bet not that bhe fathq, ateW aod
other relatives have ded of the isam
dtiseB with wtleh she to treainaIg.

Strfie AefMouit RaMlea*,
an raittlco, h a"e 3.--TIe seeo
attee of the to Tradee Oeu"mt ade
Thursday satl ard rtlmed a ethe e
mest catered ,,to betwaeIa -Msee
ployes a"d the me am Mays it t
oan a basis of whlM the ree Mt etae
.was declared of. USadr the aame-
east the m retor to work a1der
the same. eoadltioas o hours aad
wage whMich revealed whm they
truck. Tlb employers however,
eeoaceed that ameandihg Dec. X1,
1901. there bha he a raedaots of
IS mlautaus thework day every
month aut)l aa eblt-har day Is
ached as Jane 1, Im. The ist*
imatto f thls agree t abota
M,00 sea who will aew return to

Amet. ae rwnm Is Thames
tAdo. June 5.-O. Ote oatre,
whoe hoa to las heepeut, L. I.,
amd manless a New T k etty, at
ma aka*a womeau. *M d to he
S Am m ua, e ,rewzam et
wh abating a af Thaf aw
-wl. w Ie boat tak i mrot
et a tre and tuared over sa ItIs w
M e aak ta hre t bet e watr.
ama's beauty was v amy & Meed
rtday. 'The 1 womas w" dA-d i
Amedam ti'~bma. and boa'tas hear
Mr. mtreemh ca; .l uhe w aw
Was awsthy .0b w bo y V-
" am be IdUatiId.

Wea hergiarizeg ~-
~- .h.~ 4>
~. 0~

*t I \ '1
*rf J

'For~er mrmm'of Celeged Receives
Ream C Ot,, Jue 1-Jamues i
Peabodr, frmerpveyor of Co.-a
"u1do, who ibhm *as AVOID&". ASA
Th~n*W W G* he bad i nce 00
4bywl In f etsM beg.An, r~-
Oulved 0eralascamMMU us le""'e
IWSIW ~ l~fe. "Ie d be h&ai
PON. MisltwoIn tohe letters be-
ass. ~hq ~de1t1 did mot C=#n

woltwhibe TM ImjudiciouU on W'
be S&Kfaumnt about, ta:
men .~ets gdimo,-.or about
th ay*04ep eas,' en.Unued 31"
pftabod. 'rye been mshpoenvaeIL
*,mo iinashth ascansad Fin OB-
win1ftega whobsm am" asmetoB~
w~t~ohlmn-7willbe a
dos heab ehaWW b mw Ir
wo"efft ito de doomh.tbutd I
MM f Sdo a ft adww-i 10 O-'
A5 31 m~lhhe ftu fe "3Ywood e1

fee Im.MFew sd oP~e5e.
Sas'e. tow. -As Ulf A:W
baum 0*88406 amsier ~ou

00 mutwo a1 ike ous to ~

des~ ~~I pe ikhlbr.wh


on of Keystone


UItsd r ente S ays He Has
N ~.tIt r ndorsement-The
Ci -t!, IGreatly inter

sV Tork, Jtanme .-Unitel sj aa
ltUeorPilaider C. Knox, of ,,,,.
V}Ml/f hik 1 amUoWed his A::,,..
,as 4 bOmes 4.Cndidate fr tL
pr a~ lety t 1 W lould the i :):u.
Mean pato 4 dt to Dominate Lai.
BenAtor ttaps portion was ii e
thewis a egpttwa$ bhis apprcV i.,n
of t action of the RepublcaL a ,se
vopav oa att Harrlsburg, wh.. a.
dortedhiA as candidate fir t..; U:-
"'eSnatoriKnox, who is stoppi ;i !o
Wal4ort-AAterl, learned of h:, vn.
for ms!pby te Harrisburg c ,.nL .-
t"oS, traOlgh the. prebs di ;..,s.
Hla'~p tr thoea, including an a:,-
stret of be platform a. >:.i, be'
sal'-to i r premetalve of tie .\,.
pltea trais:
"1 am deeply sensible of t'0 v. -t
honor dona afe bY my fellow li.-:ub.
beans of PenasylvanIa.
"la their oaveatlon, comt .pft of
delegate teeted directly by ',:t l'"o-
pie, ti baVI increased my uny
obhligatioS to tUMl.by coupling wiih
*tt emsisepe at of the admnlratioz of
nThe gt Ift, the suggestion
of may aioi: t yuoossor.
"I I5Y a Sa in pi sense of the
rICltsyg th 'lE fmagistracy and too
lottlnste of kIaI dgI of its la.borr and
, tporsibi s# iod have sought tbil
eaIdpelat. If, however, the wishes
ot PainMylTnaul Republicans and the
rgaios they M~sgn for their action
shoed combat d themselves to the na-
tioMial Republion convention, I wjuld
seept Its tion with full apprxeca-
amo of ts Import."
Oenator Knox added that heP would
ave nothing farther to say at i-Wet
ooaeeralag his eadidaty. Aocomn-
pailed by Mrs. Knox, he has beea
visitlag frieds bere.

Washlagtoa, Jase 8.-r*e Al-
seseemeat of Seiator Knox, in New
York, that he wald be willing to be.
Mse a &r.sidestWal eaudidate in 1904
If the party Mostated him, created
moe lUetit here. Mr. Knox's &D-
meass mas was comunicated to the
predleat who reed what the *snito.
hd to y, but &O mde no comment



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*AAWN '00 e.-SWAP

o4*zl of tilt hotnt4hqb .ji
4irship he witiSvI0

q ef I Detn
6AU sile

woo, *,aft, -son*r vtoRse

V tM aeronaut via amIWeO
.4r ba~ tsg~te o. no 't"
-~ sb UPSesa itopun-
to, ~scAf iofisreto SK b

im SU4 -O~w 1pl*Y "a it look.6

Stilw~e.* mVa atow-boats amw
%0i .e w b*mkow 16Id hs aso"-

- to We"v0"m fa jau bm
'shb~e e~ ~be", water.

440M. Pa the pdr".Am wa
*~~% 40tsrumr tesn WNS1upadby
who were a W fat meiss".er e

w~seekof *wm late


,em illmeWI ft*reesas

bld1tos to be rlled at 44 W oo e
W0,000 addto to, publt t Ig.*
a $80,000 brick' blo, a $1l.O. k
bldlteg ftor s.tome ua,. ad two
ps4tmeat houses one ag p100
and .the other 4,4o00.
nllhldig" aivlty is refleted Sn tle
lAi'oraiton of a $1,900,000 compwt
to deelop 50,000 tores of land la
waststlppi containIag approximately
400,000,000 feet of timber, principally
pne, betIaetllag tetlty a hbarid-
w*od, and the organlsation of another
ooqipamy with $1,50o,000 pcastal to
deTveoe 107,000 acres of timber land
ta Louetiaa. ,


Ptie Persne Die in Fturteen Dai of
Penemorola In ,hieage.
41cawloa June C.-4t Mrs. Jeanle
ateks reoe.vers nr the eotlewsl 1i-
is !P who bhe lies, t IganScanee
*C what bap eae4 abowt bg''ebe
Wil W ea to Sta iC near Mrel-
d itipt Were uito mE we

00We. 2e, *" qttig, a prom.
-Igla EnsW of this
0t0, the ft too db'l: Irtees days,
dM Thurasday of Daewouta. In sot
weelu o six members of tihe aally have
** Mr. BItti' mother, one of his
dMihteo 6 cousin, a brother-ln.uaw
Sad alier-s-law and Mr. Sitti him-
self. .
. Mrs. Dsftuk, tie survtvtag d amh-
t, kaows b*r ra-dother is deed,
but not that h father, ter a
other rdatlve have died of the wom
disease with whio shke Is Atruagtg.

Site itu" ofdo V"Tfadss 0000 OW!,
Thursday hMMhAM and teW 0 Ale.-I
enat sered late Wbetwow U o -0
own mw ndthe msn's mm4
ona abois .1 iat t" a ebmta
_was declared 4. nde to as rn-
amwthe a" rob" ft week. maw
the smaa, easiteas it.ban. *ad
wages which reyatedw asthew
1truc. no umewl m- be ims

ceased that meI~ Des. ciJi.
0IN S i" O A s S b sa m D N A a t
YA =missts t" l'.~*

"MAWeia is"JneI,.Ino. The #at-

fleaies ofS arb tS
Amm 1 4wmisam W n s Yh mp

Lee".., Jue 80-G. Ohsto Mki*
wobse home Is s isiVrm I LO 'to
sad bi~ usIn ow Ta, ftaft".i.Nd

pa~~tb spi wma. 44I. *be
Wave moatle-year

med 'wet dtand fb t
Amedimsttxl,-!nx. -',b s a ift
Mr4 s ime AcI b~lMty, bit 40i
mw own wingher booby I"
AhS soeba-ifb taed.
X- .40000-0
bs Wtbsrgcash" 6 mme
darn ~MINN-



Apprd eelt tion of Kevstone
tate In Indorsing

ttoe 1 Senator Says He Has
N1 1410 t the Endorsement-The
CIty-" Washington Greatly inter
ited the*New@.
MWr WYQt, June 8.-Unite'l s..,'.
*tOf Phtlaader C. Knox, of -a.
1Varlt/ haas announcedd h h 6 ..,,,.
.talstO bieOe a candidate f ,,:aL
rMOdBpey t Io I" should ibe l( .,o.
MOas party see ft to nominate" ..;.
..fe!otor KrAM's position n.,^
abownai lpreswasng bi ah:.is n
of t,.0 Utlo1 of the Republ a L
spvatloa At Harrisburg, w A h j.
d.rier i M asa candidate fr ,. o:-
'"sepatornox, who Is stoppii, :. e
Waltdgr-Attorla. learned o: fi ,;i.
dornsemetby t) 6 HarriAbi rgt :
tioa, through the press d.;u'.
Bavtg' resd these, lnclulinhz L.la i.
street of the platform a ,;,:,. .?'
sad-to a representative of t,, .,,.-
elated Prea:
"I1 am deeply senslble of the !-. at
honor dons i e by my fe'.uw ii,; ,b-
Itea$s of Pennsylvanla.
"ln their convention, (ai,,,-: of
delegates elected directly by t:,. pI--
pie, they bae Increased m n ayiU
blatlons. to them.by coupling with
the e4rMMaeIt of the admirai!oa of
Theor qqvelot, the iugges:ion
of my b M i euooessor.
"I harve too S#Ii a sense of the
dlganty of the hef magistracy and too
Intimate a kqowledse of its labors and
*ep aMibflllee to have sought this
eadersemuet. If, however, the wishes
of Penasylvaela Republicans and the
rems they a. lgap for their action
ahotMd oommend themselves to the na-
tional Repubtlan convention. I w)uld
accept Its elilou with full apprecis-
tion of its Import."
senator Knox added that he would
have nothing further to say a: p' ert
coaternla his c adldaty. Accom-
pailed by Mrs. Knox, he has been
visltlnu frleads here.
Washinaton, June 8.-The al-
sOsWeMl et of Senator Knox, in New
York, that he would be willing to be-
cone a predeatUal candidate n 19')
If the party moalnated him. crseted
mAobh 10tost here. Mr. Knox's a,-
aoueacmt wg as communicated to the
preeldet who read what the seat!
hA to my. but he made no commrot


*Ponw fleveew ofd Colorodc Rsctivtl
seemma ty. June .--JamesII
ftbW* t brirove or of CVJO-
Ude. WhUq t he n anbus'lness. WI
Id ot that he had gMnct tD@

USV VWiwsl amonywous lvr
I~Sig ~ ife.He sald be hal
hISS Mt to the letters be-
~vditly did no' COM'
"ft I hOW? a udieOUon my
VOW v jujdic

10*O sa&e statement about 0:9
lSorlrep t..tlMoa. or Ahout

p"Weit "ryebeen s0bpoer4&ed as
a'vipwIS te an ewan d I'mOW
Wktftg a thevam lalu a
111 1, IMkikI ui...I.-
IAM Ogfo y Wt!Ibea
I ~ th. Mm and the V
teem ~tebi fps, bu*IC
vomitto doa thbWtat 4-' `e c":
On" so *10 w of try174to tcrWO

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_1.IN- PLAIW FICURES--$ 1,000.06 Reward If You
., for This Sale. No Make-Belfeve or Trick
J Pt a Plain, Fair, Square Offer. ,



G8Ithing. Panama and Straw Hats...

t ol11 'Furnishings----Arrow Brand Collars l1c

. . . . . a**. 81.W0
4 16' be . ..0 *6. 04 $18.00

r old Boys, Pants

4 ....... . $S.g
14~. .. .. ."el

~kama and Straw'Hats

8$,15.f..... s. .4- 1000
.... ... 1.2


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. .i.. See What 15 Per Ct.

Off Means to You
in Furnishings

50c Shirts, 15 per cent off ..... .....
65c Shirts, 15 per cent off ............
5c Shirts, 15 per cent off .. .........
$1.00 Shirts, 15 percent off .......
$1.25 Shirts, 15 per cent off ....... ...
$1.50 Shirts, 15 per cent off..........
$2.00 Shirts, 15 percent off.


1 2

$8.50 Abbott Shoes, 15 per cent off ....... $ 2
$4.00 Crossett Shs, 15 pei cent off........ $3.40
$5.50 Edwin Clapp Shoes, 15 per cent off... 4..-
$6.00 Edwin Clapp Shoes, 15 per cent off $1,
A big lot of smwdl simes in Ladies' fine low and
high Shoes, sizes 2 to 8--prices cut in half. AlsN
ot of Children's low Shoes which we will c1..,
oN at less-than cost. .
Athletic Shirts and Drawers
to Match
All go 15 per cent off during this Four-Day Sale
Drawers to match ..................
GOOD WHITE SUIT to match ....... 60C

If you want a Hart
Schaffner & Marx
Suit, oome early, as
they won't last long.

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BOdInterest6 ,


K i of $10,000 for .O Ale
$7000 for Eduti'loA Tr er-1
From the Fine AWd Fsteia
their Matters :
TuuelsdA. **e 4.
Board of County Cof
et this day In regullatir t on.
t. John G. Dampler, lASIrman;
j. Mathews, C. C. PedriOcL P. F.
g and J. F. Townsend.
meeting being canled to order
3imlnutes of last meeting 'Were ap-
ed without reading.
Yke following bills were audited,
correct and ordered paid:-
SH. Wienges, auditor, $40;W. M.
y, guard at Jail, $25; Moses
an. janitor, $30; Southern Bell
phone Company, service, $7;
Florida Telephone Company, I
$e 2; Mrs. Ida Etreeper, care
Oharlie Wise, $20; S. H. Wienges, I
tals, $17.05; S. H. Wienges, In-I
Bent furnished under Section
**$12: Gainesville G% and Elec.
Power Company, $5.16; Johah 0.
w, supervisor registration,
JT; J. S. Bodiford & Co., medicine
poor farm, $9.30; H. H. McCreary,
bing report of tax collector, $2; c
I. Fletcher, care of poor thua, $50; o
1A W. B. Drew Company, Ink, $6.40;
Hardware Company, sundries,
road, $41.88; sundries and load A
k. $S52.79; J. C. Evans, sundries
poor farm, $9.75; H. G. Mason,, tI
nation of lunatic McCray, $7; a
r Publishing Company, marriage o
se book for county Judge, $5.75;
W. Fennell. guard hire, horse hire A
service rendered at spring term f(
it court. $327.45; W. W. Colson, tl
pulling agricultural statits,
Y.o9.; W. W. Colson, commoislons a
tales. $3.05; W. R. Thomas, haul- w
$ I', J. W. Brown, plumbing, etc., c
court house, $30.90. It
Ordered-That under and by virtue 1
the acts of the Legislature of the
of Florida for the year 1907, h
there be appropriate& from the a
and forfeiture fund the sum of il
.000 to and for the use of the road ft
: also the sum of $7,000 from b
Il fine and forfeiture fund to and a
k the county school fund, said 2
pmnts having been derived from C
h hire (of State and county convicts. b
Wher, iixon the board adjourned g
Mtil Wednesday morning.

Wednesday, June 5.
the Board of County 'Commission-
cornvened this day, pursuant to
mnrnent on Tuesday. Present:
0G Dampier, chairman; W. J. Ma-
6. F. F. Paulling, C., C. Pedrick
J. F. Townsend.
The following bills were audited,
.d correct and ordered p :
Work on roads. $63035; J. Q0. mp
rI.enses to TalMhaassee i later-
of county, $20; W. J. Mathewes
UIed to Tallahassee in Iteresit
county. $20; B. A. Thrabber, at-
for con isaloDeOM, $111. S;fees
kIquWe raf $6.6; 0 n;nommlslim-
a lary and mileage follow: J.
DAmPlir. $28: W. J. jjWw, $44;
C. Pedri k, $16; r.P. f ag& W4;
? Townsend. $24.
0'-ed-That t-,ue ebd d Mary J.
as. s notary piAltle w A. 0.
bitr and H. IL. Pmtasm .

t? he bond of W. ka~t as
,Ir Public. with & J. Thou sd
ItY.Thou& as suretm be appeO.s
ht tb.e bond of WI J. atewa.
*r ^ Public, with M. I. d ld 4 dMA
I IGodtrey r a lt -e mb; sVd
the bond of C. L 1. Opg. I a
Public, with cQ. Dk eft
Whwter as jatls g. be W sd.
hat Wheres, Ja M 3I. .
KL r 8. NewKrg y ad MBe

%t f teas. J. B. na e M-oks
*ill., with lo y id
clam I,

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ahto evidec of jr woeti
Is It ay wonder it we recommend a
refrtAtor of such kmown quality to ber
a htouimnds of patrmosI
Wt guarantee for

ct t will intrs- e ier osee
Ut ad -I* 0m aq slw me MW

i Lu ern e MANUl 01AC IUa W leme "ag
pelt aWy**W rW
governor be requested to remove from

T907, s perfcial tax rrfoad district No. 1,every r
Hen. A. C. Interest every, Comptroller of
ble Board of County Commisrefrigeionertor

f Aiachua county, Florida:

Lcts of the Legislature of Florida

trustees Of Special Road Ta District
1o. 1, A&lachua county, Florida, which
oveid district requesterri torial coe fromtensive
ffith Election DistricL.t No. 10, said

unty and State, submit herewith our
Itemized estimate for the fiscal year
907:, special tax road district No. 1
lachua county, Florida:n
Hon. A. C. Croom, Comptroller of
he State of Florida, and the Honor-
able Board of County Commisal oner
f Alachua county, Florida:
Pursuant to Chapter 5239 of the
hact of the Legislature of Florida
or 1903, we, the undersigned road
rustees of Special Road Tax District
ao. 1, Alachu and Ja county, lorida, ilroadwhich
aid district Is territorial co-extensive
with Election District No. 10, said
county and State, submit herewith our
temilied, estimate for the fAscal- year
907: *
Amount of money necessary for
auling hard rock material $800;
moumt of money, necessary for grad-.
ng hard roads, $400; rate of millage
or fiscal year 1907, five mills; num-
*r of miles Oainesville and Gulf,
llas Tampa and Jacksonvite railroad.
.6 miles; number of miles of Atlantic
oast Line railroad, 11.5 miles; num-
er of miles of Western Union Tele-


aph Co., 19.1 miles.
*.. J. D. MERRY.

Ancelnt Rome
Is dow omeely a memommry of the
past. Ballsar's Bew Llmet is the
Iawly nlmeot of the twemaeth oem
tur. Artosillve awe or Rbhem
tW"s, BDWi Out%. Oapt" NeOrSigta
*. Mr. 0. IL RMN. embwly. Mo.,
wmltenm -I hae used Imow aAmmt
fo, Rhe umla sad anl pai. I m'ta
my eMOealtoftpalen." IldbyW.

Jury Finds Battle Ouly.
Macon, Ga., June --fthurady the
Jay in the United states circuit court
turned a verdict of guilty of *mrde
of D. M. Dery, In the gevToeme
ldlag beh oe nMay 1.8 laM. 1s
as will be carrieS to the United
States spmeo court on a question of
jrwditit, wUlch l io de1 ted aad
ean twer gonads. The verdlet
means a life sateeaf.

s1g, Visem of Wree*.
r 0. OL., Als S.-Margart ft-
Mr, 1 years old. whoee l wewe
rushed G aIn the week a th Clev.
lead ad Iewthwesters electric UHs
bto ae Deaes 4a, 4dieW ThmWV
asy alght. asMag te alttee as a
omal of the aBdsm.

xsuwi. swi 4(Jheluddeld eta.
wesa eow4"dof bt eb~ ew. racin
- 4 SOmowa dra ft. dw

QId Sloop-of.War St. Louis Had
Weathered Storms of Century.
Philadel:)Aa. June S.-After having
weathered *torms for nearly three*
quarters cf a century. the old sloop-
of-vur St. Louis has been sold by
the gvv! r, bent to a junk dealer of
this tie. icr $4,210. /
The vi u el was condemned by a
hbard of t;rveyors, at League Island
navy ya . enJ it was decided by theo'
ravy (hiaArtmoznt that It should
he .,ld, the upset price being fixed
at $;'.;:. The great amount of cop-
pod in th:e old bulk made it more
than uns:illy valuable.
The St. l.ouls was bu!lt at Wahl1ng-
ten in il2s and was the vessel with
which raptiin Ingraham overawed an
Au> .inn squadron in the harbor of
AWvy .a inti secured the release of an
Anit':-ian citiscni ho was held a pris-
onler On tie Austrian flagship.
Captain Mogg and Party Backed by
San Francisco Capitalists.
glBattle. Wash., June 8.--~acked
by San Francisco, capitalists and un-
der gecnral instructions rror the Geo-
logical society of London, Captain
Willini Mogg and party sailed from
Port Townsend, aboard the ship Jas.
Drutninong Friday on a cruise that
carrits ever detail of a search for
the ncrthi Ole.
The iiitinia'e destination of the par-
ty is Point Cape Prince Alfred, In
the northern0O9at extremity of Danks
land and 51) miles northeast of the
mouth of the Mackenzie river.


Just as an intelligent detective sets
himself to discover the identity of the
perpetrator of a crime that seems mys-
terious, so the medical man goes to
work to discover th3 origin of the
troubles of hi patient. He knows that
in most cases come of the organs of
the body are not performing their
functions prdoely, and knowing that
in a large per-entage of cases the .'"-
tion of the bowels is at fault, he early
inquires whether his patient is conast.
patet If so, e physician knows that
If a cure Is teO be effected, the consti-
pation must be' not only relieved, but
permanently remedied and that in order
to accomplish this certain muscles
must be given new strength and elas-
ticity. For Ais purioee successful
medical me Mnto their faith to a prepa-
ration of % oe. Fluid Extract of Sen-
na, % oR. Rochelle 8altts, 1 o. Aro-
Sagrada, 80 grains Bicarbonate of
Soda. % on Water and 1% oss. Glycer-
ine. pf this the patient is given a
teaspoonful at bedtime and before
each meal, the treatment being con.
tinued until there is free movement
of the bowels. This simple prescrip-
tion can be put up by any good drug-

Bundrick Mut Hang.
Atlanta, Jdne .--Qerge W. Bun-
drick, who sprang from ambush and
shot to death Farmer Bebroeder, In
Crisp, formerly Dooly count, mut
pay the penalty of his crime on the
allows. For the second Utime Thurs.
day the padson comaIssioS declined to
recommend clemency 'ID Badrlik's
""I, Poe declination has beeo mp.
proved by Gov, rnor T rell ad Bue-
drick will be banned on Friday, June
O Net Noelet the ChIldren.
At thds on of the yew t WuM t
iaa loabeMs s ot a efI'e bow-
ot* ANN have iuMmse s-tka.
O Io thb ebel 8 eMk
rmbIa1P' a Colic. oi" e adm
uhM a W y fooUO IN 7 4t10
rpeiy. pr sale by I al gi

woI write Noew S e.
LMasg. Jose S.-WtIBUM OtBette.
whe reMAed IAnAaf Wemaelry, had
ansgei with Cuharles eai to
wlowe ew dram Wr Ihe l owt f
v bggAgidN ft AmeainS Ad hlb~ .
beble me rMsuee saetd. Mr. OlA.
0e Wl return to the oMA Sate
Sm mi devote MS n Io wiMt.
Stfteo pUY.

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Beause it give best
cooking results.
Because its flame
can be regulatSd
Because it will not overheat your kitchen.
Because'it is better than the coal or wood stove.
Because it s the p t oil stove.
For other reason aee stove at your dealer's,
or write our nearest agency.
Made in three aue and fully warranted.
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Mother of ll Known 'Ganeevllle
Man eAway in lqw, *
T40foM. t taken omThe
Miat Metpolls bf the 5th mt., and
wmill po of interest to reader of
The Sun:;
'Mrs. P. H. Rolts reoelved a tele
grap today em Prdf; Ralfwho is
,i Jowsa. mano mg thq death of his
mother, Mrs. Mary Rolf at her home
ta tStt. Prof. Rolfs was t his
m e.' bledlde whenp te last
arrived I his taother's life,
t there as his return
S Milchan, here he bad been
a meeting of apicultural
Prof.'Rolfs s director of the ex-
*e ntal stallon at the Unlverevty.
ad 'lavq ppolar here. His friedds
will smapbtW with him in this



Netle to Water Cepsumers "
Owips to the extreme sad con.
.taUed dry. weather, the demands
made upon the popping station an
gr ater uthan can b e'supAed. The
onlylreUef that app6lH to be within
reabh at prseut Is 't k everyone
to itop the use ot tbis *irnkler
services. :
With th diminished and diminish-
ing water pply at the pumping sta-
tion It I ta pmslble to supply *the
dpmestic service p the sprinkler,
or fountain service, and of thek two,
I believe that ll iU agree that the.
domestic service the moet neees-
tary and the most. tportant.
It everyone will make this sacri-
flee, I have no do bibut that we
shall all be able' to enjoy a splendid
household supply.
Very respectfully you, .
S uperintendent.


EIV r HOUSEWIFE should boy u
St*. Economical and PrRntieal I
ave*It. coIst In a short time.

Alreer, Florlda.
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HIt the Way Will Add New Interest To This Grdat Sale
Wa hi rthe I Int

titles and Must Sell in Quantities
Than Aiy store central .lorida! Why Because our blog able to buy
to, and we e.n sell yo goods 4t about what the average m. t pays for
M1idg1.-Man's Profits -ln Txhis ale
I0! and we will shist some sensational values In that time. We are showing
SV"; ue t se ynit ibte to this store during the Continuation Sal.

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ThM It burial M MA $1800 value Skirts.erS
TIgbk O .t wonIb o shi1.f vat-waim ortWe
"Jk mkof buying 9$LOD Vale. airt.Waltstw fS LWS
think at buy* Ip i.Novashle hrb.Wahst. for SLIM
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a beautiul FabrKe, worth 5ko........
White *Was Silk worth a ............
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-tchb GuQanurteed Talet. worth $1.50..
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fl-lnch Bleached Lles worth Tc.....
Good Towels worth T.....................
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0. ';jpprt of the USmli*
Sa$5 a year; 2.50 b

,~tc~in loca cl Im N "afta I*0
j%,Wrtion. and 5CCen fts m 5 t1
'or displAY advert'tISiS 'ad"s6.

A. ~ e4~ k Sun is an elgbt-pgS*t
paper, published et-017 Omisy"d
s~ky, anW containsanallthe SIWS of the
wloc .State and geaeal, ein" wilt e
postage freet. to any q~ft off te Tnaked
or Canada, for $1.oo ayear-Ja adV$s.
AS sdvertisiDE bills beenM 4d"e sf Sa
a (,of advertl~meflut, tI~bm Ihndsew
t~ed in contract. Parting M"ot 0-WISo
b,re.ired to Pay for advwthftg is 46
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GAflISraw nhb Wd.


|bch century in history has ,ro.
at least one master crtinlial,
The Atlanta Constitution, whose
itand out with a revolting dear-
that gives him Immeasurable
action over other men or woalfn
have wantonly stopped outside
pale of human and divine laW.
Taking the testimony from his own
as guidance, it Is likely that M hlr.
Orchard, chief witness for the
iectlon in the famous Haywood
will be written down Uas the most
criminal product of the cen-
in which we are now living.
By whatever means Orchard's %vi-
was secured, whatever hamu-
has been promised him, to r-
vant to the issue. The man Is his
accuser. He has written his own
ent. Calm of manner, steady
serve, no muscle of his face twitch-
I s he unreels his astounding re.
he supplies each single*one of
elements demanded by that great
er of criminology, in the horrt.
outline he has drawn of the
l murder.
uniaii life seems to have meant
ing to this man. The abrupt end-
of one man's existence, or the
log out of fourteen lives, appeal to
ap iarently, as possessing all the
Ients of the commonplace. The
| of blood appears to have bees
c in breeding and interbreeding
i. ard reproducing Its guhatly
w'n in endless quantitfie. The
of his victims do not rise up to
ont him, as, with the nonchalance
to after-dinner speaker, he strings
other the red and brutal story that
L8 even the morbid listening an,

92- reads with amazement as the
pr come, unhesitating, from the
urbable man in the witeem
*r. and is moved to ask---ha he
Ing in common with human a-
i. Human nature, with alt tts
Meaning frailties, presents at tirhoe
P**d-ming and softening quaUties.
s0o Ith Orchard. If the man ever
4d the capacity of emotion, It
Mr to have been stricken from
b Ont. looks in vain for the
S ish hall mark him aIas a
A and blood, ad is temptd
41la!,. if, like Stevenson's ri
(r. raton. Hyde, he does not
"I 'uo among hIs ftlows as
I all unmitigated a- a-
S nationsons had be tereed
S the pincers of the s *,
pitiles eM a @ ***'"*
t f l* tires Usnderlstees the
I: the most Canloes Waker
*e would be MeAsrInt
..... u. seentagly wtthot
!".b" ,,little cenftagm of hi
oe uwnds a chromele of
Sling without coastsu -
criminal Jarlia-rdiee.
; k as the m aster WAtmal
S. ,. centary?

W right a ve.te rJaw,
,.1 t 84"for-ju -f the
(l "I[rt of Iomlk 01 A1
7 '-" ,e~~wto O wim
N U ,%*. '.bz, u ,: ]!.. i ,

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'm~cd ll m I

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.- *eBral opinion
a y made a
IH;hi p at p of-

f, or In ty his work
eeld the faet mttlpations of
h host, of admrers. Better and
higher things are doubtless in store
r hnm.-Palatka Times-Herald.

It the tory that W. J. Hillman of
Uwe Oak only gave $56 for a tract
of phosphate land in Polk county that
he recently sold for $800,000 in true.
Florida seed no longer occupy a rear
neat when it comes to a show-down
of fortune made from a small Invest-
ment. And that geological survey
provided for may show more mineral
wealth in t1orida than the people now
dreavi of.-Rockledge News-

Senator Tallaferro appeared in
Washington last week as the herald
of prosperous times in Florida. lHe
went to attend the Brownsville
hearing, but he seized the opportunity
to declare that never in the history
of the .nation'i southernmost State
have the people been so prosperous
or conditions for the Investment of
Northern capital more inviting. Ac-
cording to Senator Tallaferro, Florida
Is yet to become one of the greatest
tobcoo growing States in the country.
He declares that on some of the to-
bacco farms earnings of $300a an acre
are not uncommon, and the man
with one hundred acres planted to
this crop is fixed securely financially.
As to the other principal crops of the
State, those of grape fruits and of
oranges, these crops, the Senator
says, are greater in yield and much
more in demand than ever before.
These conditions are due first to the
greater intelligence of the farmers
and their better knowledge of soils
and horticulture, and to the growing
demand for the fruits, especially
with regard to grape fruit.-Tituavllle

John W. Watson is a name often
heard in connton with the uberna-
torial succession. Mr. Watson Is an
able man and would make the State
a good Governor.----PuItry ralaIlb
seems to iikvebeen aldIN abandoned
in Bradford aounty. Tbo&tarke mar-
ket is bapof chicken about four-
ftthS of the time, notwithstanding
they command good prices at all
times.--They are talking g about
this one and that one running for
Congress against Frank Clark. The
fellow who wants to keep his scalp
had better let Frank alone. A lirge
majority of the people of the Second
district are entirely satisfied with
his service and intend to keep him
In Congrpes.-Starke Telegraph.

Once again the "Land of the Mana&
tee" Is perfumed by the braant
orange blossom. The rest fatin
has caused the orange trees to put
on a June bloom and many ot the
trees are now more heavily laden
pIa nt February.-Maamtee ReMrd,
The Pearson Oil Company, whiebh I
boring to the neighborhood of CIt.
roenle, is meeting with the meet fa-
vorable indications. The experts In
charge of the boring are now over
,'00 feet deep and think the chances
are good for striking o11. Over W5,-
00 has been spent by the company
and they have $160.000 more which
thy will use, if necessary, in the
effort to strike oil into Florda.-Dannel.
km Advocate.
Governor Broward has suspended
from ofle Judge 8. T. Shaylor. Judge
of the criminal court of record of
Duval county, giving him until June
15th to answer the charges preferred.
The frequent adjutanments of Couwt
Is said to be the eaude of the Gov-
e anor's actIo.
fsator Knox of Pem gytals toe
the latest candidate for the "epubli-
can somi atio or Preidet, having
be umants Mly endorsed by the
Pm ylraato, oavMtfM.
STamp s Chea er of Coaum-
tfavors hdeMing the State fair
1hesut1er. IThe eb a be"es the s.
ilmwas d ee.

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The Dut ecoeasor to
Duttoa a Ca titutation, has app
for a patent j Governor Bro ar
otification t which was public
Dutton & Co. has for many ya
been recogntd, by the basines
world, as a treng, reliable banking
Institution. iTe fact of the retUrw
ment of its 8flowms from active bau*
ness caused an expression of retget
from its man hundredss of well sat*
fled clients. To perpetuate its stea -
Ing business methods, and its lntogrl.
ty, the good-W*il and real property of
the institutlagas been purchased
by a new corporation, which has ap-
plied for letter patent as stated
The new aseoolatlon will undoubt-
edly at once "Lm for itsll the same
note, for com ratism and quality,
as was accorded the older Instltuteln,
for Is board officers is made up of
the names of our most distinguished
citizens. as wet as men strongly
identified with the progress and wel-
fare of our municipal life and civic
advancement--men who have, by their
conservative buenassa acunten, ad-
vanced Gaineavllle values to a point
which has brought our city Into the
strong light of public notice as a doe
sizable location for investment. Now
that they have, formed themselves
Into an association, their splendid
energy will be at once felt by a re-
doubled activity along those lines
making to a water Gainesville. for
the effort will bo of association rather
than of Individ"al as heretofore.
The success Qf the ban* 1i at once
assured, for the faith of the people, .
which primarily Is responsible for the
upltuilding of such an Institution, will I
give f"eral support to such a coterie I
of honfsbihkptlUemen and men of
business. "
The influence of a tion of
the character Is tremendous and
from the life-lols example of
individual member, going to make up
the ensemble of the board of directors
and officers of the new concern, it Is
safe to say the Itfluence of this par-
ticular corporation Will be for all that .
is good, conservative and advancing
to the Interests of our city.
The Hon. W.. R. Thomas, Messrs.
C. W. Chase, HI. F, Dutton,1. O. Nichols. "
G.,K. Broome, 8. J. Thomas, j. A. 8
Mautteby, J. H.i4dgett, W. W. Hams- 12
ton, W. B. Tayltr, J. H. Vidal; H. E.
Benabn and P. f, Baker are the
share-bold* ojr the' tapitl stock.
With the names i such Aidiouabuai. ti
nes men OiWlnd it, the new Ditton a
Bank deserve" the confidence and lib.
eral support of *the public.

Col. Joih L. Neeley, former secre-
tary of the railroad co"issiop, but A
now a leading attorney of Tallabassde,
will prob~ly be a candidate for
road cohMteloner In 1101. Col. Neel.
ey was at one time a resident of
Oainesvllle, a his old friends here
would be delighted at the opportunity
to vote for him for the office, which
be is Imineatly qualified tofill.

The Lake City Index says It is re
ported that luon. Eg m Matthews
elitor of The Starke Telegraph and.
Represmentativ from Bradfor4 eamty
tor the pst tVW terms, will be a em*
d/dat for atu. Senator fro the
Tblrteeth dlstrlct next year. Bettler
be careltl, Gene, how you "hbue"

R. 0. Dmn, for the past ve years
Meretary to tbi railroad ommlNioae,.
will be a eandid&te to sueede OMe"
isertAT Jat L. MoMra, who We
mot be a edldate for r elHtlsa.
Mr. DIan le editor of The Matdai
Reeordr and tos wll known tb
Mt the at .

9"Mwosr. fn@ute tfor 0.60Mm Wso
b.60624S Mereesy
As nmy will suO eyisisup toe
soues al~u afs&ad oomkb*do.
rum go h o Wesuyst~em, wb

ttdsu MM Daewr be "Med -e
an VU WOISIMStrw1 vu$ y
elms* a 0 of wmae tbs W4
-M Ism 0 do od yetrnpsM~

Cum. ol dow lo 1.5. aoi
aC00's Webb0. c*=tWme n mum

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Dr. A.J. IH--16bdeanS~h
8ia. ays o baAk Iner Inneh mey

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So. .V. ILI'A$

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The Jamestown Exposit

e Atlantic Coast Line Railway

People I over Florida: Fee the Atlantic Coast LI
'Purple Fold Zfor schedules to the Jamestown Exi
iton Two dai trains each way with through P4
nan Buffet Sleepf1prs.e.

8eason sixty dayPar 4fteen days-limit excurM
coet on *ile daily from AN th to Novtmber 80
t low fata.

Coach excursions at very low

For further information see your n
igent or




)Iftdt Passenger Alent, AtlUttlo Coast Line, Jcksonvlle,


Air. Line Railway


Two 2lepngt Trains Daily:



Modern Pullman equipment

The Jamestown Exposition Line

Norfolk, V.

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proeso edA foua d the dopor wic le
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tbel tmy" -ThIey oud th1e, oautaadq IIA T & RALW OMP

y oclri A the~ aceo te utrdGek.woet eg e. tt f 3id on aqv uw beb iddf ad etbepoISsait.

Whitt"killed eisarransed the
JA.11 but eal WesOW nddqat

-90 -0I , "uI. I. ,iii.I A 0
4u t t 0 Utbe k rwmf.*60/a

0th.?OR 'tbe e11104 014to C81 ndy Grocerid
In Caldwell. wtfags.
fli f I - a-I.*
ins sim -o, ILA.i-
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1kille es W1 WtbWW~~ b VT 3T ts s0h1LW
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thel~t. io~v6 84W 1mm'1J 11 E. SOMARTINi

ta 0# ~ tbuhhaEei
405$40 mib at t ~8hof JulOa.
vritbr, Mflle Law Ezehang:.'' Ro iTop D4
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I HW~qW bod

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An IF# &Aptdoisignsj befA
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Higboo U06 pllo phlfor WADUM to and oter Prd o eaII
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ishlo0*0 medloies ar4Wep f :on-

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W, ihon
At NA w

I.M rescle at N* I act

T. Price of ra de m T. I.
Sof igh 8 were* amon
who Pspt da to ht

and Mrs. A. Manning base
from ke, where tyr
been Ol visit to Mrs. Man-
mother. n ,
for Rmat-T Clarendon ta ,
ny furnaibshed;
electric ting. Terma rs. .
for the season. J. D. Otok'.
John W. 3 In of JacksaoTvl5, one
the mos widely knowftb you
veling m in the State, w"asegiso-
at th Brown House yesterday.
A. M. Cu bman, "lobert MoOalean
H. E. Taylor have retursnd frog
where they went to attend a,
tlg of the Commandery Oa *WI
Mr. and Mrs. John W. ftte" haI e
Arnd to their home at White
gs, after a pleasant visit to Mr.
SMrs. Joseph A. ttel, at the
wn House.
D. R. Campbell, an industrous Jl-
farmer and trucker residing on
F. D. No. 2. was in the city yee-
Yrd and bad his name enrolled utp-
the subscription lit of The Sun.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry bsstpia. o
ieopy favored O alnenyTlUe fI$id
th a visit Friday. Mr. SImpson
merly resided here, and haS many
ds who are always glad to see

Mrs. Chas. R. Carter of Ctra, at.
r a brief visit to her sster, rs. I
~'letcher Hill. West Liberty street
hb gone to Micanopy, where she will
the guest of her parts, Mr. and
E. C. Chltty.
Arthur J. Doyle, "the Irrepressible
Irthur is in the city. Mr. Doyle,
o was for years selUng groeeries
this Mection, 14 now the State
e~Iman for the Dorroughse s
hine. and is enjoying fne 0Mo-
E W(;Goolby, Wade and I. T.
Sof Monteocha, J. IL eck.
11 of Falrbanks, J. L Clmiame
SJ J. Morgan of Broesr wf0
dins In the city y5t5r4Sy. Mr.
organ had his name eM rfl
S subecription list of "i U. .
Amasa the clever trare lg Ben to
Stity i. E. Mar, represatig
te HIarrrave & Iask 004W.,
turerP of kirt. Wadeshbro, C.
Vr Murr has been a t V lte'
. Ur to the trade Int
Y years. and is u P 4eptr
m[ghout this sectUon.
Hon R I Weeks of Shwtb1
4 "rnaf the school b w

Ias ho, a.v eteisga Uin b"
- .. familiarly uE ..
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heWImb bVtb sfevr 31t,@1 wJeigimVi. P.' I k.. Now York.
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, 4,

|ps<* k1U proceed .
., w be w lpend For than forty years 8, & as worn the crowa n o
pitp the faAily of thKingofBlood
w-^ 4, ; Puien[," asm demonstrated if .U ty to .UE. in liaB SZ
aled to'advi'temebt tkt ds thousands of cases of bloa4 an skhi diseases
Smft. h enbig onpmon, o until it is edtoday as the most resUl a and1 aaSt of all
Vto for ten ,days more. bloodmedi m ..
S, which i one of the largest d m eas strong, vigorous Wit ell
mtll tmo iU a i tsan a, l systems, st nerves, and all the machinery of ife in
eIs I. IIIa prospecut pr a harmony winature--thus insuring perfecthealthr Impjbr diseased blooh
S t a pet r opposite of 11 this; any impurity, humor or to fuid acts inj
e system and affects the general health. Pustular e on, pimples, rashei
k s .s igothin al, ao fhufr a various ski asfections show.that the blood is in a fevi sad diseased coudi'
orrin, notice of which appears eise result of tob much acid or th presence of some iitmor. Chronic
were in this paper, promises a feast Ulcers are the result of morbid, unhealthy matter in the while Rheumatism,
of barin for those in ned of cloth Scrofula, Cotagus Blood Poison, etc., are all dep to disorders that conti
St Arm ,announces theyi grow worse w long as the poisons which produce thems a the blood.
s on th redu ctbn n all s. linesAl troubles not acquired. ,
This Is one of the largest and most
reilable establishments In this see- Through the blood disease ger are trans. olhm lD K Xn rLt
dton of the state, and thebr st.te- mitted fronatme generation to another. Par- S. ILAl sed etensivetly an our
gives, toold, &ad alwys" with the
meat may be absolutely depended ents hand & a tainted irlation to. their al o d Mlooda o t au i
pon children, ad we see its effects manifested in tis5s as tP. b~ p th eeuneral
H n. W. B. Sadler, assistat tate various way. The skin has a waxy, pallid ft'"oonan doun.*
ithe st few days beeon oathie ciduty, pearanc th eyes are often weak, glands iAsaru ""e t .
Ihidor, who has bee n the city ta
o0the 'ast few days on ofilal, duty,llaqh=1
ftwd to his home at lake City O ths 8n osthethealhspea a ioood sea"*.ol?
yesterday. Mr. Sadler Is a very been in thebth, entire health ptr o a ow for w .
prominent official throughout the is usually and the te weakened o1 4 .
State, and has many friends. He from want t ourshngheal ivng blood.
may later decide to enter the In boodltroub & has proven itself
e, r competroer, although he It 0oes dow tlt c the irl tio ad rSmoves all poisons o waste or ffo ma.
has not yet made up his mind In this n mkei ftm prn ad Ietlth-sustaming ( eaes ihe
dilreeUtion.ttr hesinheted
As *111 be noted elsewhere in troubles Ulb 8. .& it m e-y particle of the purifes and strengthens
this nae,. Superintendent B. F. weak, de blood, supplies it wt the healthful pro es t needs and estab
Miller of the waterworks emphasizes efouni od health. AS a
the fact that the water spply Is ex- &S.Shas n ad it will befound
eeedingly low, and requests patron ecial bra, weak, anaem pe
to ;erse the sprinklr service until One of the t brints 1nvor aOC
the uiply wilermit. This shortaseO o pi
of Apply has been brought about I s that it is p rIly8qe -ble, made from
by thee li g and continued drought, Ifalig, Cea healt oduCng roots
sa onsorumn u14d exercise cau-. and barks. It It the one medicine that as
tion i the qngo of water. taken with bW lute afet by the
T.ACHR hn. MINATION. PURELY VI0ETABLE chador the oldest member ofthe
S Reumatism, Catarh, Sores and UlcerS,
Concluded Friday, After Being in Diseases0 ., C4 0Io BDod NPisn, and all oth. blood troubles are cured
$@len fr PeFur Days. neaty b8, adsbl t is the clesaing of h blood t Ohat nof the
After a seso of tour days, be is lef to ot ftea to be tt t. If blod
nFoo ato bet r t. BAberosek mb o
ginning TuesAy. the aiital exami- ofo0eae
tlos-of app licants for teachers In
liachu1 eMslty s0bools came,,s to
close ar, eo af rotoll who
The examainatoe were conducted
.T. U, Ke1ly, county sperntendent .
as.e.w by...,1 3.WeeLs of7T AI TH$ COOO CPAROP.
Hawthrw. Arms n of% ,school ,.dietl.n. Will e
board, Miss 'lersna Shanaon of this Indications .Are That Yield W be
city, and Prof. Bell of Waldo. Heavythe Coeming laseon.
There were fourteen white appli Indications are that the cotton
cants, only two of whom wee males. yield during the. comia .seasdt will
The number of colored teachers tak- be one of the h,,aviest la this section
ig the examination was .twenty- of the State for several years.
three. #otwithstandig the fact that this
The papers are now In the hands secton of thl' State suffered a
of the rd committee, and It will loog and dilat rious drought affect-
be several ays, before the report lag all rropa. th' cotton stands, while "
win be made. somewhat late, give promise of a .
Appila ts for posities of teacher prolific yield. This is especla" t true o 3L0 W .& M ULO W3w3C Ag
Is Alashus emoaty man pO a very as nrar4s the West led and the
MtWgd eamdunatin. whia acmaots for AiMchas section, where thb tos a po.
the tas that this oWnaty enjoys the siua to know state that, i cGp JackoOnvlle and New York,
reputem of productai the most wtil be exceptionally spd. Calling sCIIARLrSTOLN.S. 0.. beol wa. ..
competat Lstractor aI th e State. "

F*Itl ad He Ptytc By easeal it abost the-
S w. ee.l, a : .,T Olyde New n and and Southern L
mot h omae sherl the State. It tck; by twkins It gader thUe OR 'iACO VILL, BOdTON sad
it not eanly te prmsoers he looks at- sod earpets. < epbar. ad "b* AllU Ume Polsa e,
ter as regards h5amn treatment and res drawers; thee an 36p at9te l e waI- ewMlw be wae.
comfort, but be extends hisa practice ways by which people' ib their s.Ea T Wi .em 1 BA LTXN A 4
to the damb family. tor whlc he ..m.y. n4 wo.tias thett its. "otab ae............................ rom "... Ime
haa e of hih ~Hew PMpi* Save Their Measy, N s tibooU............. ,,,,ml eosofCaribiit Mh4 FesieU la reat dog fancier.t, I i .. '
m Is evldeneed by the number o Dy depositiig it hi a ood. riSeN.
With a view to their qsfort, he haa series th o allo ieds. eS p Betweems )ACvtONVIL vz and LA rDp
IUidia Waki.nd d I.- Itr weer all e4,g a 5 t sl a, P h1. ,meeford (DLaudL.and IaiSUSWdi st
.515, whi he W umls a s a lag PIF s as. Johns River.

e eg h ha emd. -. .-teame "CITY OF JACKSO04VILLE" A

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TOMd inU s

5.16 typewritS'
asid enbroideI
LC. Smith.

pWr hundred.

haive A lovely I h ae e
.-thecheapest In J. J.
Let-Lower .floK .sli ikm
Mlahed. Mrs. Cb Wat M*

full-blooded ftexr- btff M
Apply at 303 I"ag
pine shingles, roit barrel
and headings, write T. J. O0".,
t paid on avl es ficcmt4
Mrtificates of depot. PMt
Red Salmon is ctpamed w
entirely by maebh1, ati o
by hand.
the habit of puttag uid
of your earnlngs and how
It is. Phifer Bros., Basrs.
Te your statiooery prWd at .Te
offre First-class work pr0 mpt
at reasonable press i o ar
IT. Dell has gone to Worthigtoa
I joining his wife there. Thby
i *ped Sunday at thillppUIlarW.p
returning home in a day or tW&O
Club-SI a we k-- uuet-
of 00. Eahob week one ma. g te
"Ait End of 26 weeks eey s
ltb elob has a new soli. Vor 'r
Try B bards Diet, T




;4", ..Im

as b srrtvay styllsh.
kwatuS, mery low thi
ma ,at o Mday and
*. t the habit. "L. J.

06 -a868r to stay and woed a&I

I 2Aethe SIretot eyou &Arbwn
ePx a, andsee son line & ou.
4e~b ~ ands. L1S thW .vi
via E I qzAOand *istbM. w
~lty ~m f0 View Avw Fa.
~tart ta vup~wnt It, nm
UmrsChbq" C'. f Rgso q ad her

day. \ -
Wantd-fgaaer for branch of.
h v to loatto here to Gaine
. A with refrene, The
Morri sWh aboo oe,. Cnclanati,
Dr Alderma has returned
trol a ville and Atlantic Beaek,
attending the iaeseting of the Florida
State Denl Aaasoatilon at the latter
Ou,1lAst mentih's business has been
more shan satisfactory. Open an as.
eount with us. We do a safe, con.
servative bMasilm Phifer .ro.,

Salesmen wanted to soe to gw"
eers dr'aggpt& ant confectioners;
1100 per math and expenses. Cal.i-
forila CIdeor and Extract Co., St.
Loias, Mo.
o Red Salmon bEtin Arm in tex-
ture, and deep red In color, makes
the meet delicious salad. Several
salad recelpts are giVea In the Aro
Cook ook.
Rocky Bottom Sulphur Springs, 0
alle aeortheast of Atlanta. Ga., ready
for maimer guests. Rates $W to $80
per th. Address Miss Mary David-
sam TurnervlUe. Ga.
Friends of C. Y. Crawford will re
grat td larn that he has been quito
1 1his hom0 on West Wraaer
for the past few dayst.and trust
tht he will soon recover.
Its a Poor Housekeeper that usea
low4rade extracts. Good housekeep-
we demand Blue Ribbon Vanilla,
whdei Is a pure, true. fIl strength
emraet and gives perfect satis0ctlon.
W. R. Bartley aa aevered his con-

S es tiou with te daIneavMe Gas
A metric Company, where be haa been
emped for nearly tree yearp. to
iIpt a position wita the Yellow Pine
RC. laUey of Wortblngton Springs
Wr is ton yesterday for the first
#am In or a year His old Galane
F fWadb were glad to see imb
I w to not (bam he is enjoyitag
ena-^bajt hea. ,* \
W. W. K arseo o Aaenta, rep-
l',5aot e M ethea Soaspender
Wert Is at the Drow House. Mr.
hoA Ma, bav-l bow a regnlar
vlar I o a SatO or ama years
o to Iag bber trade.
S $ ltol tWelyrM ad, tasen; few
'w^* -ars expense,.
tool id m toart, ree clank.

I Wrie at Om al Boebor Collee.
AUslUets OL
L I. Cos o e Aibers Xpri*
Ne syder. Mr.

I: web .

-One elivasn am-
to within two weeks.
Bro s.,
We haven't muoh recently
ktbout Bostonan t have to;
ell' Itself. L.
*C. E. Melton e' rate and mril
an of Milc a business
visitor to this ot yesterday.
[r The place to .Wy 'em Is where
they have 'em. Tan shoes in both
rn and welt L. O" Smith.
If you become 4 tstlaoer of ours
we will do our be t to make you al-
iwy4 one. Phti*fr r... Bankers.
Ailes' flne lpweg oe very 'cheap-
Some and see i, J. Manasee.
Dry goods of *i klnds at J. Manas-
w \ ' o*

Dirty canvas made perteetly
clean and white a using Whittemore
"Qulck White cApound. L. C
Smith. \
Dr. R. C. Bow Jpma returned from
Atlantic Beach, her e attended
the season of t lorida Dental As-
Mrs. W. W. t who haa saffer-
ed a relapse of no has been taken
to the Odd w' Sanitarium.
where she Is r~IVitav the bedt at-
teution. Frlen4mh pe for her early
Mrs. Molnt bars go oe to Jack.
sonville, where oitll be a guest
of'relatives and Miends folN a few
day. From JaeSoavllle she expects
to proceed Not* for the summer,
Mr. Molnar Josinlg her later.
Dr. Harry L. 'aree has returned
from Jacksonville, where he went to
take examinatioe before the State
VDetal Board. Dr. Pearce passed an
cellent examinataon, and sla receive.
In the congratulatWons of his friends.

If you are hafti trouble with y<
eyes, stomach or pmrvou *system, c
at the Brown 1Itie tomorrow, Ju
10th, and see DC. Armutrong, the wi
known specially along these Ilu
The Doctor makft regular trips he
OB the second M4a6Y of each mon
Mrs. Theo. edgtins and child
left yesterdayy pr Newberry, whe
they will visit thq former's sIt
Mrs. Tom K lnbi trm Newber
they will go to 0b'ee. where th
expect to rem1N for the sumim
Mrs. Khac4ld eMests to aooompal
them tothebea .

er, bi




Cheapest bre 0o Earth#



. Mattings

Wehave just received a
tiCo shipmIent of choice
patterns Prices strictly

Iron Beds

Are much cooler in the
Summer than wood onme
We have a magnificent
line and iow is a good
time to purchase.

Shoes Shoesl

Our Sho Department
ontaidns some good thtup
for Men, Women and
ChldMre Try s for
yur next pair. We seU
#hmw that wear
rade with us and be
sM you get full vale.

yi^^jp: *^^^w^f^^M~^^~iw


* 4,


We have placed on sale the be
sortmrent of Plain and Colored LawM
and Organdies ever shown at the. low'
Special price of-your choice for

I Oc Per Yard
See front oentet counter.


We have secured the sole agency of
'-the celebrated Money-bask Silks--every
yard guaranteed or your money back.
The regular price of the beet grade is
41.75 per yard all over the world, but we
have decided, in order to INTRODUCE
0 the silk in this section, to make the price .

$1.50 per yard .
for the month of May.

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

SMrs. R.Wilson

L. L. Hill ha returned
ritf visit to Roeky Pinoet

from a
Mr. Hill

staten that T. P. Davis, from a
acre tract of egg plant, secured
ty-sl rates on the first cu
which was a remarkable yield.
J. F. Bunch and daughter.
Julia, and Miss Iessie Kelley,
returned from Jackaovllvle,
they went to attend the State
ventUo of the Baptist Yong Pec
Union. They report an exos
time and a most suoeessful med
Mrs. F. T. Douglas sand son, pi
and Mrs. M. Mison, have ygoe
Jamestowa, where they will a
several weeks with relatives
friends. Mrs. Douglass and son
be the sgests of the former's da
terms, Meedames lesale Boyd
Olive Bradley.
Capt. T. M. Venable of Arre4
w" In town yesterday and made
lea -a agreeable call. NotwithI
1a that be is 64 years and experli
fur years of hard service derlag
war between the States, Capt. Yes
to la excellent health and as Jovlg
a boy of twenty.
The Alaska Packers' Asaoda
have taken the bigheat awards al
mry World's Fair where their V
were shown. At St. Loais Wa
Pair the Red Salmon took the pl
praise. The wily grand prize (
given to Salmon at any WorM's I
The Argo Red Salmon is the bet
is packed.
Attention is called to the ad
Uoement of J. man"., wlMA
pears In thls Issue. sad whle
bSade the more attr etive o mes
of its poetic rbryme. Mr. Mm
Maa a fine Ioe of Mle waM.N
styles and sies, wbll to very
traetve. and being aseM a prike
low as is oonsisteot with the quO
Dr. Armstrong will make his Us
visit to our clty,on the eamd N1
day of this moth. Jes ieha.
forms of eye trouble overoome
glasa ade*taUfleaily stawd wl
needed Croswye serves. heb
acheb and nervous redes troul
overowo by hil system of reatm
He will e bore e day ai
at the Brown Hose.
The Woman s aWbe an as
lar, of the public Mbimry, waO o
-aat yesterday, ad tbhe d
managed to 1a|e orf ~ay asft
to the INes od fblapes. wUl

S wlek sad t oe '
ftr .a p e "mom
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The Continental

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B1insltag April lot we will pai
oar Sommer rate of (4 per wesk
eals-sod 14 ting rlsiew. M1
If rae.@le0s is every repeet. ?t1
1Jar2 euler1e fans. lasrle| esefors,
0ot0 the beaI weryibh
*al Oe me looked to order
ftr porenm .
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Fmb Betuhr F

lat' a"OYSTERS
otsre r oe smlboeu'e..I~
oeI am sow prepare ee40
tke sftdo wish she
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