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 11, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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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: VID01141
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
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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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SVrg wet nu bll WILL S9 PUsBLIC Mts09II
V--* lp engaged A OelgtWl P"rSmram H SDeen Ar
Pasi d ranuped, and a Memorial Addre-
Sp Will be Delivered by lon. Frank
SOllirk-The Pubilo Cordially invited.
L of Hiah The frt memorial service ever to
4A oia nand most be he ian this city wy the Knights
Zvi thft e~tls of' ythl will be held by Mount
la)odbae4vsitor Verwan l4dge o. 20 this even*ta In
Sy. CaJptaln the fOte TbU overr Dutton's Bank,
ioeWOOo bulesq bntlakg at 8 o'clock.
st, y aMatY whrey Thisl wl be a ptoblic service, and
C. fie oln Pop rthe titan sld mpresslve rital.
l^ aA e (at O iothe ty yes. szerlp r of tm a order will sed. THE PNST MNEURAL SPINS U LORIDA.
"terday. '1 t*6 of '4* Aside hon the ritualistic .remon- Never oerfloas. tblnroOl l dorfb and tieaure. i.,..
-10 1 M 16-I thtrt stnhi, i41 I s,' s most laterestlng pt og'am h m ns a pim a ma ntd i T lora eo t K ra oa } 0,
Sbee VAO4, amIong thel' nhImbers o.i.pl.e s.d.
S----oKlaII' le M, t eNe hotel and new furmltare. leoiaut edmanid table fare. Rooms with ......
ALrmm being nl address on Pythianlam" by well ventilated aod )hrhted with gai. 'ten-f.ot p.oreb around tle boue .
,0.i a S af lo a L PUFrank Clary. This iald- The seeOmry Is unourp3tA in In lolds. Laree bad house and latre t)ath-rooi. -
004*V9ie Ffla a Td ad.e JeIltq: tebogrInn "tllle. Pt. ri-ouwds ol wfllk pt any dethinj. weq oof ailklpj-,, .,1 ,,
f i pae i erSe too t cTlaeecative f-alon a will' be worth hearing, lande. Hl l alen: wntenn: l a tbo ti l andbin danutil ki .a...i
tsxresmn Clark enjoys the s t reputd- SStua eou, mile s fromAipkaun. onSe I boarj Air sLe t road. wore, .
Sitem eoe to raalik. Rates: ap13 da $a week:%peoolil rates to atie _. t ,
4. ortte. 5* of H IEh tlh 0 of being one of the most ples-. who fur .tlh their owu isulta., ove one bth, towe, anj dreulog-roomn per f (a .bi
-ltDto elo g and* lttolod orators Ip ei muiin twec n a to e Uao oraph and t.,w"a.
fr mMoirr ow 1 T to welSome MhI a aInd mwoqt el oqugt orators In the eS. A. woll E1 ou tickets fri W Ooals o iApopka for $p;. .
glj p. omt e he,,! ooevl ntlc, Mr. Mo sat, .
,, I Og *f pyrl As ehs been said before, this serV. WEKIWA SPRINGS COMPANY, Wekiwa [Clay] Sprngs, Finda
ae2 ao S edaO when t ee wll be public, and a cordial tnvi- .. e e.
heo t pol r. e will remain tation is etenaded to all. The service DR. PASCO WAS HuRE.
bw X the I toeaing of the Col. will begln promptly at 8 o'clock, aAd -U-- COUt i
wit w hil.V & maateCol. and Mrs. everyone Is requested to be on hand Former Superl Qendent last Florida
SS.orow, 'by that hour, m.that the ceremonies Seminiry Preached Sunday. atds, hUee 2outj ei r -oJ i
S will not bi tterrupted. Among the prominent visitors to miles agon road. 56 d.
4& A@ViNT ICHRMI*YAN 'MIITINS.G All nights are requested to meet Gainesvtlle On- undTay was Rev,. 18 public seclools ,27 ; r0at
...... -at the eastleball at 7 o'clock p. m., Frederick Pasco of Uive Oak. edittor boo"k 20 aW tilroe $7 e, ad
lag Cill Ce Tn lt. Afte Very Inte of The Florida Christian Advocate, es eolIn, cotton, rAie, r
SSI A AOCAIULPWJ. ,9kIM*. NMMEo ALTH. and one of the most eloquent and ont, ye,,potatoo, ., l.,[. 0
Se JOe *es in Wi111 "loe hs ostt widely k own preach ers In thea un echer, par,. i. ,im.
h" tS + tikt (TMO ).4. P iC the a rs Up the State. He tilled the pulpit of the. oIan..nd ala kndal l *.-:'
S9 .' + ae d t ge4tl l ngegeted al- i st Methodist chureh tday, morn-
I' ff .. *j t ~.,her this ( elo0g iaddrebt. vuwboe~~needs to take sulphur lng and might. to large and appre- a, th
rwho^ ,eeth ags. have bees well& thisse so Nothil~h likeit to pur. clative congregations. H. lourteee est, --
o tlaed all through and we feel e te the blood. clear up the 9omplexton Dr. Psco was for some time super hooe, i verty
A fl, w, s. tlat tlere has been much good and remove "that tired teelhl." But lntoerIdlt of East Plorida Seminary private sehool three. n wpapers
mall O lae the only a to take it is In liquid In this ity, during which time that Unied States land office, the
0"0mit o. a wateAr, f re ala rm yjtern.etetrl
spsi lewi uher, e sp ak with that oam. Ranok's Uquld Sulphur Institution ejryed splendid success. ai p tie, tw te. ftr:e
miu.t. .Me pownd ard ar ess. *lob holds take. internally is the best spring Dr. Paco made The Sun a highly hop, thr wof
S the attention of hears, and at ttnic. Applied externally Haaoock's appreciated call. ries eto nsib, twot os0 f- etonr
+-h'i* e p.' cO. n the ~ase: time his .naer of press* Liquid Bulphur qu ekly cures ema, bm hririd, wo fertii: r m&.
8own st ulag' h1 z nlelt is plin and lap1., so Tqtter, sad all SMin DIsese. Han- Old papers for w le at this office. @eumg ome rtify a tr
fI 1deareia l.ht- TBstldsouem, roT uirUP thoweoithe only taqM tph rMa t -w. M D penti e plan, two bank., and vel
thought. Dei' toret to e"M out sat. raoom" P ap* 9akeads steafed soe i embracing PVPS7
toght, o di it iA be e last oppor- and ores& MaUd t ems ai thentl soft, *lpD O Me nYmmercNal hB A
I.t. to, laer Am. velvety a sia. T dur -t ggiat sells It.
i 1 BIl t e. ** owedt_ u i Udwoa f -ao Conrti mAs-tu
SHOQSPITAL ASSOIATIONi. Ick, Md.. of a bad e ie of Aleems, and ^ h*u Conty AbSICt t
... .... hbe writes: "My eo. I 'as smooth as [Is e
important Msette Beard ofl Truepa eea aninat's." Perry K. cles.PrIes.: J. W. Isodt1 4
SIm Capo ed artan tle H S veas I gO Alf- kbout lph r eoole free, If FPre.t IL Colons.see.-Tress
M -The boatd o tetes o sth alses. you write Hanoook ULiqd oulphur GAINE8VII.LE. FLA.
w&li.. .N .). .i.m 4.uTh e board ,oof a or o -
VI. ll u an& Al a>N asty1U opit C timody 3gis .. " We do an eXolosire Abhtriet bel
S .~, Amoh latein i tsty t est to -as, w ith lfleies for a pari M
oest at the ois o erdishadM l ryW. Will Ly Palle Walks. a, msaath Seerilllnsn e ri soaf
Sat. thisf (Te tF m.oi at 8 O. and hGeral d le d ft Mondaey Bsill a dsm i Aa tl rr, oty
oelock. Busads o the m1 t -1t1o1r l whet IL they will remain i i I
BS1 ii pritance to the hopital w *mitate fait e e two of OMree days. Theb V
ibissf former seesred tas emat for AS GOOD to I-E
The toln.j amsat t board layg t* granobe sVtewalk. tnI thutovn M ti Io M. .. -
a aoftrMle_ _: Tos._____te gdfty,&shapt lo begin m e"
0o0. H .. Dtfa. t'le I A-.work ." as s a -Wy mter* Mh1 drink fGallESTI -
Vew -h. P. INw.St, 3 Iaes m te ntoa thb whb wh. u wMeol anda -
C. aParlc J. S ans. n. be pobatb the ** oe te week. and for bmjgsi g t i .
lIL Us AL . loyer Mr.peatel, Gsearvllle an troebWworkeeither
excellent sy*iem .Is .tIm I T; theI o Is 11aty1 Uy l OWN FAULT
shmir uadsarof thetfthat btoknows his th. ladies In the bn
business when ift omes to pa 1 ig. ftnd s ideal, s r. h m oS. S, ,'M. b,-'"
,. as rds caap,,anle hima t w ho as f relef in botdem ..li ins 'w**"

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hNwer of Most
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section is a bt
i rIteresting athletf e ctt.
year will be no tari f t
good people of Tresto rV.6 j1'
together in the t o
on the Glorious ort
rAnnouncement is made & t ab
*, preparations are be*a mIA by
committee appointed, fW to '
and that the. oabi- S '.'
jly will be one losM t.m
tbe people of the W t bmda. *
big basket dinner win a voed
the spreading oaks' tAhe SS
e town of Treaton.
: A picnic at Trenton mean$ a dobly-
yable affair The peoplePt hbopit-
tabl, no handsomer or more appWopt
-to grounds can be found to the county,
id Altogether the condtIUte i-e the
.eWt In this section of the State. .
At this picnic tne O nty. Oottx>
4Aaoclation will join with the people,
d a number of the beat speakera,tftow
a; sections of the State, will be, l
vited to address the crowd.


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This will be a public affair, and lMelrose, June 8.-The funeral of
everyone is invited to come sad A. Priest, who died at Waldo op June
bring well-filled baskets. An excel- 5. took place at El3.m cemetery here
lent athletic program will be ar- Wednesday afternoon, Rev. T. H.
amged, which will be published In trunk a0claOg at the church and
due time. the Masonice lodge at the grave. A
---. large number of friends turned out
DIXON TAKEN AWAY. to pay the lat oor, bringing many
~ beautiful flowers.
Man Wanted In Madleem County forj The tax books of the town will be
Violating a Contrct. I closed July 1st.
Deputy Sheriff Horton of Madison Miss Carrie Ugelow to the guest of
countyy has taken back to Madison a Mrs. O. C. Grimes.
svro by the name of Henry Dixon, N. Price has disposed of his cotton
who was arrested near Hees, In the gin and grist mill at Banana to J.
West End, a few days ago, by Deputy j. Simmons of Edgar.
Sheriff Osteen, the negro having The fine motor launch being built
Leen charged with violating a con- by H. Jackson and L. M. Baldwin Is
|.r~t. rapidly getting resay for launching.
This is presumably a labor contract. The boat is an elegant model of 30
ad there seems to be a qletIon of feet by 9 with cabin. An 8 horse-
authority In the matter of ordering power double cylinder gasoline engine
*a arrest of Dixon for the alleged will furnish the power.
violation, as the conditions may Cale and Frank Yearwood left yes-
border on a state of what is defined terday for Atlanita to enter a business
sa peonage. However, the arrest has college.
been made according to Instructions
from the authorities of Madmlon To Our Friends and Patrona.
conty, and the prisoner has begin re- The closing of our breaking depIU
arned to the seat of hk alleged sent is nw fixed or the 5th of July.
"ertme." This will be Immediately succeeded
The officers of Alachua county have by The Dutton BDank.a State t Itlta-
hd nothing to do with this ese, fur. ton organized by and to be conducted
ther than to carry out te tastrue- and managed by so the of themost re-
leis of the authorlue of Madi on liable and conaervativ o 6 the
Omty. At the time of arrest It ws city sad vcnIty.
md that the officers here were not 4 dposil tIn the bank of R. .
" n aware of the charges against uton A Co. wll be taferred to
the man. I ew be ak. wn otherwise dirt
Dxon" has bee working for some e by tm depositors, ad bus et wil
tha in the vicinity of Ue. outteudewlthoutehtkage ntimg
Se o any kind. The new bank will tfr
Letter Prem Dr. Reger' ward rceipts and al necessary pW'
A letter has beest reulid by The to the deposetora
ht from Rev. 8. B. Regwn who ha Partls holding time artUl tes ot
o sojournng with his A ly at deposit en havs the redM"m a
ae. beartg ~hp ftt a qae. with latest, oroan boUl them
he expected to ive at e-o l w l N at&rity, to t"te wit e
SIrbin. r 1111s 1 t 0 emvoaleme d the hoMer. The
T n beo s tre r" 7) a I e M tiaMM mA w Mi
Dr. Rogerse rim& wE .- t ) sea ii4mR 04 0art esV so dal.Oi
la that his to oS in it P1. e1e0O hr esr teN.tlmsp W thte
"turn at t the ml e bbVautkm thwe Iiiess we agbu
ftthlY reepysoL to
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Will the m88 whose he ws asse h ofe owedta s Ther
VdI redo. t o w feW.. r mto l nt o a si f I M bo m we IB M a o i a *
W fu el i d as ft bases
N ow U n ulow g9 O W -d d S -1
kha Yraselitsa iws t*. 1 s s
Bt 11 trustees 'rti Myg to W -g W s
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";'P';t.4ed bys q 1m0I le. tt s lm l% whIsa
'V mn be s .w me *a dhe s a pm i ae
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Rooevelt k at a Dedweatilep d
Washlngnn's Masonic Temnl*.
Washingta, June 1O.-.PrMldeat
Roosevelt dlred ,ap addras at the
laylag of t bornerntone of tAe sew
Masonic Teple la this city Salhhti
afternoon. There also were addrMes
by J. H. 8ftall and the president of
the Masuni.Tesmple association, Mr..
Matthew Tiabhle, Henry. L. Weit.
of the Disttret of Columbia, and Ja.,
D. Richar the sovereign grand
commander of the Ancient and A0eept
Sed Scottisb.Ritn O cft ree Masoary oi
the southern Jurisdictlon.
An lntersan feature was the faot
that the gaflj and the trowel useA |12
the cerenly were the same a those
uWed byPr' a ses t Waahington when
the cornerstone of the United States
capitol was laid September 18, 1793.
For a lon4 time the Masons of
Washington Mave been looking forward
to the const~retion of a new temple
the initial steps having been taken
ten years apo. Tne classic style of
architecture is to be employed In the
construction of the new building. The
structure will be six stories bhghl,
with the flrst story abott 30 feet In
height.


HAVV YOL( CATARRHt
Breathe Hyomel and Relief and Curhe
Will be Guaranteed.
If you have catarrh with offensive
breath, burnatg pains in the throat,
difficulty In breathing, raising of mu-
cous, discharge from the nose, tick-
lng or dropping from the back of the
throat, coutlhig spasins, etc., begin
the use of 9yomei at once.
Hy-o-mel Is made from nature's
soothing oils and balsams and con-
tains the ergmkilling properties of
the pine weds. Its medication is
taken In with the air you breathe, so
that It readhes the most remote part
of the respitatory organs, killing all
catarrhal germ and soothing any Ir-
ritation there may be In the mucous
membrane.
The comp) te Hy-o-mel outfit costs
but $1.00; a~it J. W. McCollum gives
his personal guarantee with each
package that nmey will be refunded
unless the treatment does all that is
claimed for ItL

lox of Jewels Identhled.
New York, June 10-A 116,000 box
made of golC and containing 38 dia-
moods and sixty-three sapphirel
which two waiters attempted to pawn
Friday resulting In their arrest, was
Identified by Mrs. William K. Van-
derbill as her property. !Ers. Van-
derbile reported to the piltce last
October that she missed the box at-
ter a visit to Sherry's, where Costas
Meras, one of the waiters arrested,
was employed. She promised to ap.
pear la court to prosecute Meras.

A Happy Mother
Will see that her baby is properly
ered for-to do this a good purgatve
s nosessary. Many bable sffer
from worms and their mothers den't
know It-4f your baby t feverish mad
doemst aleep at night, It Is troaede
with waorms. White' Cream VmWt.
fp will elean out these worMs I
a ml, plsseant way. e .tried
aIwy ge. Give it a trMl. te
X e41ts. Sold by W. M. J6eafI .

ODeth Claims John A. srant.
Atlifta, June 10-After as UINel
of two weeks. Capalan Joh A. Orut,
d thit city, a prommet etissa sad
qi ne the foremost of M1thbe1 m-
giger, died at als ho1 e b~ l9l0
-tli. The deceead wVe U 4j
a 0e at the time of Wte 4 1e0
w s te eonstruetor of WW la- .
bt gtbM e liproeets M8 IMd"
i bheoliis several rafvIssl.

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n noo fotlowowol hIthe Worst forms of F^eBmale
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
hp the featine of am ln strag nd healthy condition.
maaM ton, aUlgoero, i acsa and ornae tomubnle
pa for ohild*birth madw earry women safely through the
O [4f it la most effioaie '
M i Augqutua Lyon, of Rest art, Pa., writs:- Dear Mrs.
e.'--"P er alongti me I nfferttd rom female troubles aad had all
" abbes Mad pains In the loweprt of back and sides I could
slep Ad had no appetite. IWitela Lydia &K Plaham's Vegetal
O9epeed and following the advise which you gave I M fel Ukl i
aw WOM amd I aaneOIe t prael yer medicine too highly "
Mrs. Pnkham's Invitation to Women
Wam mstferinfrom may' orm of ftmale weakne af IaviteA e
wait Mia Plkham, at Lynn, Ma. Out of her vast votame otf
Palierahe probably habi very knowledge that will help yet
iw a wer advice la free sad always helptal.


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widowed mother mold oe of the tW i.s. i e Prs.alt A .s H. E. TALORI, Cashier
plow hoer- to pay him through tb s o. W mt 4 t ep rIhd4mt L i O RAAM." Alit. Cashier
fifth year. But at the end of ttbi *
a :m at among the rTAL
"tt"n"W, n browntlein.' T B HE P1 IIA7TIN AL BAN
hb "Mo the honor graduate and atI
thb of his class. When a beaw' .T.y 0II'X LL
m l was handed to hink .
r. the. rostrum ..a. tNITE) STATES PDEPOSITORY...
bt to ti back of tb .1 *.
ere, right by the door, sat .. t ... .. .. ..R... 100,) 0000
woman In black. He Ue 8urp ........... ......... 20,000o 00
ribbon with great glitter
edal around her neck. She birietl In t Paid on Salp Adeunute sd'Odrtileases of D*posit. All1 Bus
f tace in her old, wrinkled u. TeOR rampiy.
a haada and sobbed Just like n. TAYLOR. Caier
he away. And Mow be is

SeAe eets of ele aI TR C ll &aeaaio fRE alTVCd OMPArdNg tsn ,
sie owa at 6.6000 a yeat a e.
t.h ai.other.ms tf ,1hn,, Ion, 1 .
.of theuSt uRAe 81 f.. O I
t -ia L E .U VOShE. MI.tT .R
SAberaess of TMo e lab l oaffatvasm efurea abed re ardig l ani
SMEW. Ouar amMws rhaullivin Me 0o0aa1irty yean ud
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UPth anniverary of him ooroma| i
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The Tallbe
Hon. Worth
in the At
is also a can raroad
issoner. ,;

What The Sun D ha. 1'lUl.
: Professor . J a
A. McBride are making
best publicatioas n t

Copies of the new pension law and
ks for applications tot eansiobs
now in the hands of the '
a supply will be sent to teisrV
the circuit courts as soon p

The St. Petersburg Independent
If soon install a llnotype 1icalsS
ad publish an afternoon edition.
Independent Is a credit to the
ftellas Peninsular, as well &,'the bo '
State.

The Fernandina Record rei6rks
the Republican party of Florida
sagin happy. It has had .its alary
SNearly every poWtDa4tI was
ded in the official anao4 le t
this tact ent out from Wa n.

| Hon: E. L Wartmann, member of
I Legislature from Mafj t
Ms been appointed a member oQ the
tLard of Control, vice Dr. Browt, re-
|dgned. Mr. Wartmanmi was largely
hstrumental in the passage of' the
hmmous Buckman bill. and The Bun
Id. not believe that a better nan
Mild be found In the tato for the
plotion. He is a staunch trld of
Ie(csville and the j'nlverelty. -and
,I* people of this cIfy are delighted
4 his appointment.

J 0. LaFontisee, edit 6-T'- 6 I
landindla Record, who las Te
l r"mignl the people of
0 conditions prevailIng on the Ie
*. say$ in the 'last la se .e h
per: "The gang of fevtatloGlsts
hkim the United States west t Cubal
Sassist, are now howlig aAd thlmat
Qka to whip Uncle O a M 'we du't
fit the island ovTer to ihe. IL
ist levets there indicate the1'a ha
100 neceuity of the UM tt SWo
aSking an amuouncemr tht iS a-
i to ,t ourselves. 4g
* I doe the better, t

to the
haj colny psa.Sw m to be
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M .m on rreasmet bt < ve-
.gt'4 ,tso m oa.thp Ii. im*th
rwdL "and one of
Sthe country,
der JAI thatthe people of
4 ;ejisata-
m ptap"oe of educa-
tics, out people, while they might be
"on aone trial ueti, have
*btot when ft cwuat edu-
4@MOh tethe
JWqapey ev~k ce is
is, at any
uouquet .3 the o
.lJtliys t rof
*s wtfl re liat tfliil tam-


dunm a repu-.
S with the erec-
of te mc10Nlot $OW public
building on the h *6r even
the etabllbag. of the lnlIver.
aeA As a matterr of
e6 imfetlttooe -haeo per-
etate the educational Interest, but
*aro esa forget the vat good
which wA accomplished during the
life of Fast Florida Seminary, which
waq established many years ago, and
which has to If credit today, in pro-
portiof to Its facilities, -probably
jnre men of prominence In" 'public
service and In the army, than any
IpMitutton of like character, not only
in the .South. but in the United
Stata-min4 you, we "y pn propor-
tion to capacity and attendance.
Seme of the most efficient officers
In the United States army, and some
of the brightest men In the various
profslons today, regardless of sec-
tion, reeolved their training at this
grand old institute, which was opera-
ted successfully and with glorious re-
tl until .the famous Buckma n edu-
ctiqnal bill eliminated it froa the
esp 6( educatip al lati ltutloos aep-
potted in part by the Government.
But the University of Florida Is
going to psove a ILe thing; In fact,
It bhas already, in the season just
closed, whieh was Its rst year In
Gainesville 4egnonstrated its Import-
ance to QaIaesville, and now. singe an
ppropriatig. of (1,000 has been
m e for, 'additional building, we
may look for something of extraordi-
nary benefit to this city and section.

UP TO THE OOMMIGION.
LIve Oak Democrat: A Tennesee
oegrep hMa. lVt to the In.
ter -ta"e C to,

W e ft* o lavws ct h


her mr t white on the d
as an tentrste pam eatr.
ah- right to ride then and
as be a m ee. aemjmaon a&a60

,4, *he was eeotWed and put ti
th eah set apart for her own ae.
!inhha. mm e a et cage of It beds..
NhaoiiOft amG the Couily e a
skrt t-may expect the moat h-er-
*d to.e reader. To at
s, o a~pMat eoaMb laws of the
laow ar we are Oenades e
by' a eaidiMi, at a Mea0 47w l
be a"u O a searatevelton i t I
Sdo meotMn, de pelpitate a istso
w NmP ta e aS war. It is
ef a w i ando 4 Maad tse
do- M ae to as spu ir .but
to ami W via a raesMd
6" wMae heSp wMMs ob ,sse
WOL weV N1e 4116m"1" t whte


4 th ne aieA by last
dgilalature t of the Ille sale
of liquor anasoml drunkqu ar.
vigirusly r there lil be
ery few bl1 tiprs t in l ridah
iahl~ slpin liq lqwor by express will
show a Lresiflla oft also.-Live
Oak Democr,r '

The legislaNr *ho remarked anent
the Governo 4nsuon bill It an
additional 67,O0O was needed to
"6ulld a houiSlethe beautiful plaaI
Which had 0156W cost twenty-five
thousand," W guilty of rich huahqm
whether he ai such or noti
Madison Neww, Eterprise.
A good deal of oraIge bloom is
making its appearance on the grovp
about the city as welt as in the larger
area that has'ifered from the lota
droust. WI Sa warm summer, plen-
ty of rain, aSul cultivation and a
liberal appliioa of fertilizer it wUl
yet be easy t harvest a considerable
crop of oran .--Tampa Times.

The failure tf the passage of the
act introduced by Senator Beard to
protect the bapher must have had a
stimulating etect upon gopher hunt-
era, as our aitrket was particularly
lively with lAn ~peelmens of the old-
est inhabitan6 the past week, and
futures In thbi crommoalty ruled an-
usually high.-ft. Augustine Meteor.

There Is ontljlghty good thing to
say about AlMt Gilchrist: If he Is
elected Gove'bor of Florida It will
be a perfeetli aafe bet that he will
give a "party" at least once a week
during'his eathe administration. He
has a "heart S big an a haystack"
and his friets' have often felt its
benesfclent throbs.- Jacksonville
Floridlan.

'It has been that a statue
of Hon. Frank Harris, editor of The
Ocala Banner,~be placed In Florida's
niche in the tlonal Hall of lame.
Very good. To uhla can think of no
better man. :r. Harris has spent
an average llinoe as editor of his
paper, careful and %'onsclentiously
working for t* upbuildig of our
State. He Is gentleman of iwrts.-
Lakeland Sun.

R. Hudson .urr, the present chair-
man .of the railroad commission, an-
nounedd his -andidaey last week for
Governor. You people who have been
curious to kuow who tbe administra-
tion andMsi for Governor would
be, now hftV the opportunity to a0tie.
fy your atusilt.--o -Those people
who are laterested ia the capital re*
moval project may rest assured tht
after the Legislature adjourns two
years from now that this question
win become a live Issue. The oply
thig that prevented be capital re-
moval question from being put before
the people for final mettlmenmt thi*
tioe was from the fact that next yeia
Is the bi political year.-Fort My
WS Brmee
Aa a general rule th old veterem
do not seem to like that pr.avue e4
the mew pension law which pemlas
the "bat gards sad reserves" Io

TiM magsre of your capacity els the
measure of year respoamibility.

Cents se Mereue*
AMge ry will surely Mror t

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contfoerence of the To I.-W t 6.
&'a ciri aan asaodlt. If
rti Ina, more IB r.Yllk totato
belng present. 'b .
was called to orr if
Brsof NOW Ta. r1fblh'
B ., o w .M t)OU'S CALPS HEAD.
*o conference, who, te b _I
Soutlined the work f l nner the Dramatist served Durin
ite present *atherlni. he.i C. the tiele of Parls.
will be In session tw *. Victorlen sanlou. the dramatlstt,told
1 :. .- he ftfollowlng story: "On Christms
Cotten Poo In Aha d.lay, 1870, that Is to say toward the end
ontgomiery, Ala., Juine 1*-4i. Of the siege, I received leave of ab-
SSeymour, of the eA mah 4 it ee having bombarded the Prus-
of the Cotton GrowelW gat-, hsans across the river slnc early mgron
in, gives out a stateaet a -i a .t and repaired to celebrated resting
shows that the condti e of lpau t. On the way a stranger accosted
thi time is not madh above M Lme. 'M. Sardoo, I have something for
t The stand sare aod too, m. landlcattin the basket he carried,
is. te gra,. O ny1 provided you will pay enough for it'
L ... .. .l.. O "tha t Is It-a curbty I aked. 'Much
oer conditions from be ttr still; something tor Christmas
r thing like a crop. aerw,' e said, and, after a pauws
e -.*S.hkUred.SI. 'A calf's head.' Observing
S4,0 Workmen Dt d. ly iareduolty, he uncovered the bas-
lob, Riala, June 10a.-4, t sbet ad bowed me it-edmIrable and
Smurder of the =ma- oft the ftragrant, on a bed of parley. I re-
samnski cotton mills, wheo strike solved to bavi-tt at any price, paid the
OM serious dslturbaaces oecrr ten remarkably low price of O0 francs
:e timn ago, the sharebolef have' ($12) without grumbling and bade him
Ivedl the dismissal of al 4,1 follow me to the restaurant, where I
rknen and the closiag ofMeg turned it over to the waiter with In-
s trnefIe to prepare it carefully or
the diaqer that I was glvng.
-OcOOcO0 Damage from Cycle"e. "In the jldst Of the diner, after
cmba), June 10.-it Is estimated -strugglnlo with a unusually tough
t duage to the amount of b3,000;- borne leak, I announced a surprise.
I to $6.nw.b 00 was caused by the 'What sa It my oests all exclaimed
Fcdke whichh swept over Kurracht on toother. 'A hamT Pried eelt Stafed
G. C. The lighting system of to turkey? 'No, something far better
Y wa completely wrecked. than that,' I aid, lqprsslvely. 'A
calf's head My words were reeelved
Stlypin Offes R, with spontaneous cbeerlng, as the sam
Stolypin Offers Re Aun. ing water put n an appearance and
Patcr, Junte .-A St. Pteburb carefully set down a large platter, to.
Itch to the Petit Prleae s ways w which all eyes wem intaotly
%me hnhler Stolyp, atter a loss turned. But-will otndels na
teruation wita the emperor, rod e*aes-ln-ted of the ovet$ a fire
Sfrmpatjlot bead there was a thick oaW 0gey yel-
. ____ _low liquid!
S ".y the ord alR*ryr Irie tw
g* VX A- 3 (gfariously on the water. WMy bed!
My bead!* 'Youar head,' be answered
s eublmssvely, there It moanuser.'
#'What's tMat? 'It -a1 m4eltSd, mos-
S T i i .u oed do.t wnto ttha.' t turned
egrv tr"i )lc leys upO tb*. ot"t hit the head was mnad of solded
e ra,,,, I...a,.-t. latlt and so carefully Imitated that
S. v-igor and -nd mantcarturM. I have sce eeard.
ess oow V s able to dispose of thirty among
whnl m the kida &Mae gtry as naire s* myeel.f."-Chkca&
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Beneficentrepidemics are scarce, but such a one has struck Gainesville,
and people of every station and occupation have the fever.
It is most interesting and instractive to study the constantly changing
line of applicant for Pocket Banks as it film through The Sun's bdinew
office. There is the mother, bringing her daughter with her and securing a
bank for the girl, another for herself, and inquiring anxiously whether she
may have another fo6 the boy who Is at work. She receives it promptly.
Boys come-rome are steady, serious.faoed ohaps who have bguan tq
think on their own account, and who ask quaItks about the operaMen 04 ,
the scheme which show the renults of rubble Against the world.
Then the High School girls and boye, py sad active, while the wo k
man and business man "slip in" during the .oon hour to get a bk o tJ
boy or girl at home,after asking oue or two lidlng questions to mak ue s
there is no joke about the 25 cent.


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A HANDSOME NIOKEL POCKET SAVINGS BANKK an ord4ew

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BANKERS '

Good for an additional 2o cents wha a depo'at of o."r or more in uat4
is made, I be gv n to everyone who avail thti opportuni
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-He Who Ruts
Thesus.a l.ma y
alla cards In latet V bdy
dsOice. .ato +
l tyTpewtterf A Ls'4 l
leaes for sae at this i
1 per hundred. .
ut O'Nell left i w -'6 at.
trip to Jckso ..ouA,,,t 6 cow .
u se* olst f X *44r of Now River was
to GaineDvtllei *te yesterday.
the best printed itk '* ^ W e'W .
prc6 cll at Th .h eW ilts o a b-a raiss trip.
C. Chitty and son,. V6o aD,''. A tron thL. e
he dty from Micanopy yareIdtW*f ilat 4f tioksonvIlle, spent yeter
J. C. CoUlum of W
with friends in 4A. e tder ind . Robrt oft
'n i U .ew. Try theav. 8u '. $ ia l.T .
D4p O boi1 I. T, Walle- has re-
TBam. hasrner to4 Id ft an oficial ,isit to Camp'
trip to McInol a v4ll Aa other points 'a t h at
L*t,-wer 4t obert lis of Alachua apent 1un-,
Mrs. Clap tn tIhi city with hi' ps a t
L MMr. and Mrs. Geo. R. 3ls, nd'
full-blooded foz .terrlu i *n ""
uApply at 8303 "t ur, s Addle Goode left 84day for
100orer bome, Owepaboro, Iy.,
yr Christophr M. l&e will spend the emaider
~y Christopher, o f. o summer.
a brief tisit to Mm,' I'a MuDonald and Bernie
Sunday. "elley he returned fromm a brief
P. Purkett of Tampa s'nt delightful t to Mrs. Da
having been sutmmonod hbi t o h t to i
Swtness in the court. CoL I. Webster and A. R.Kraue
t. A. Becker and a hve O the D on Phosphate Compaun
to Pablo, where they Will irc- he retu o bupness trip
for the -next few week. h t r f a pu trp
for the next few weeks. to the mines in the West Ud.
oand Mr J. M. Seaw Mr. and Mrs. Pranels Celloa of eAl-
were among those baby,'Ot.'ho ~i have been here Joi
ville with a visit t past two w on a visit to r V
J. McRae left yester 'o vel, retroei to their home yester-
In South Plorida on kt h .
ptMto beabtsevnt. iWA. -er range of.
re your stationery prin t h oe le we wish to locate here to Gaines-
oflee. First-class work pWqrptly, vlU; Address, with reference, The
at reasonable prices Is our Morris Wholesale House, Cncinnati,.
I MID.
a. nd Mrs. J. Ul. Halle sad chll- Jutice .L T. Hendrson and son,
r e spending a few days to Lin ve Ruby, Dr. B. 0. Howell. Lute Howell.,
guests of the former's brother, j. D. Siford, H. A. Pickett and John
E Hale, Jr. M. Holt, all & f Newberry, are In the
eputy Slitriff Geo. W. Uvlnsgaton, city attending court.
of Sheriff Fennell's effcient a- tred Ba formerly of this city
bti in o the city attending the but now residing In Tallahassee,
of the court. where he holds a responsible W oUlit"
and Double Strenath, Lno0 as a pharmaceutical clerk, is on a
*Mills extract may be brief visit to friends here. all of
B weak. The Blue Ribboh' whom are glad to welcome him again
Wtire and double strength. Mr. and Mrs. Williatom ittledale
SIla Fraer of Arre mtet 4 it Hawthorn favored rips wth a
Aifhua county's polar here yesterday d
li hai returned to h l the propriptop l
a brief visit to frtifds l o IIoel which bes i r p haX**
,,L.- : ";,: ., J
t0c hose who spei..tiO D_ ia
^ mee. a in yo-rlockh
Bno tnhe loa of etahe en wti get rYou
+ from t s bl t e work
ir a'.. tl a took atand ye yd
?: a,. .r ,f The Galaestvilt
,,,I. tt wan't e4< tanb i 't fft, lr

,visit t r a Mr. d
'Itg, ", > y he q "lib m nt ray a tt vt
. .. ,.,, of -q ./ .
" *, McCleay a nd ,Waed-M lt ,be radl,'
'i .e city Y h Italn uUSoN we hal Ad ; few


m id uW ~ r:~ sea,
L~a and A'tr~r., rLZ wwY (I llnlcIt~
Fattu-
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tMcihh a ft-l-t
\. J. Burn 411i d

r young m. .ilMends, wVui
l regret vM | departOe,
llh him mIun b hi new
home..
Mrs. C. C. h ad chbldrea. f
Jackonville ti rive in tot
city, and are delighbttfullye"

and her nun e bIrtedd are ga d.

T. H. Water o l the merchant of
Rocky Point, pent Sunday witf
friends in this 4y. Mr. Waterwrth
has recently embarked in the mer-
cantile busine s aned by his energy
he is establishugW a profitable trade,
$or which he l.4,be congratulated.

d WelUlingtpx 1the popular chief
olerk at the 9w0au House, has re-
turned from enjoyable visit to
htis friend. C. A. Meltok, at Mioa-
aopy. Mr. We Unaton declares the
roads in the viciiaty of Micanopy to
be excellent, and, be enjoyed several
One spins In MI Melton's new Cad41.
Iao machine, ..Titng Micanopy,
Bvtnston and otsr points.


*i. and Mrs.,; .. Roach were
:asog the arrtv* In Gainesville yes-
trday. Mr. Roe~o vho is one of the
eat popular trauWportatlon m In
e State, waalH recently to
NMis Afnes Roers otClearwater, who
Im many trMis 'ere. They have
uit rtturned tra theit bridal tour,
Vliftig the Jamestown Exposition,
New York City sad other pointai
How People ie Tleir Money.
By concealHnlt'itbout their peron:
by stowing It aii In mugs, jugs and
Jef ; by sewing t up In skirts asd
tices; by tucklnglt n=der the ouches
carpets. n.aoupboards and bu.
drawers; these m some of the
S by which people .lose their
Sand sonwtJe0 thef tlti es.
im'q. People tye Their Money.
depositinglrt in a good, jelableb
babih Oonfidenj tmt this bast fully
seoto the pubUle' needs, we tender
Its serrtfee to alt Who bleUe in kep
Ins on the safe de.
PhflR RoES., Bankers.



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Chapest Store on Earth,
sssassssss


Mattin


Matt*ilgs


We have just received a
nice phiprment of choice
ptternm& Prices strictly,
right.


ron Beds
Are much .cooler in the
SSumme than wood oitm
We hbAve a msgnMbent
line amd inow Ai 4 good
time to purchase.



Shoes Shoes
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oontalm sornefood
for~ AI Womn
Ch Try us for
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store. and sometimes you don't; but
YOU KNOW by the test of 25 yese"'
tredleg at thief store that you are sure
of eod, Henest Merchandise for


evhy'dl.J tr you spend with us.


CheapGoods


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BIG LOTS


Are like mt ooap-they do not last
long. W, I buy them when wp sell
betl" d06I at about same figoreer
Slack Vellee $1.10, $1J5 and $1.0


per .*
IN ek Taffeta SIlks 11.00, I1.J, $1.89
aSd "@ per yard.


0


Rmbrgiriee. Lao".,Whitoee".d.
W~I ~eDotted &winsee, Silk Pen-
gee~i6*I' ate. Ec


In e Iawns at 10o yard.
In O.edle" at lk yard.


SON PRICI, TQ A..

Mrs. R. Wilson


J. W. English and sister, Miss
Quinc are in the city from Tacoma.
Mr. English t attending, the ajourn*
ed lesson of the caIruit rt
SMrs. Jamns Holder nrd ehlr is of
Citronele' are In the city, gIs ts of
Mrs. Holder's parents. Dr. and Mrs.
J. L. Kelley. Mr. Holder a 4ompanied
them here, protneding to Jacksonville
on business.
Miss Ruby Hawkins of Alu"tat
has returned to her home, after a,
brief visit har& S1he was en route
from Jabper, where he has been
engasd is etacoke aobOL Miss
Hawkins was for some time one o
the efficient teachers In Ahobua&
ooutjy sboOlts.
Captain 0. M. D. Bowus let
yesterday for Hartow, where be
goes to look after his orange
OVe*. 'Captain lDowers '. WAM
a ,ine fifteeeore grove w i*
P -paid him handsoa dy. i
qbcti to set RVyTeer1 a41
t mo"s., ad later will Ina al,
ettiUng plant.
Roscoe Baird *xpoets 16 aim hi1
de0rture In a day or two for g et1.
teaded vit to varloes prp of the
country. II. will Orst visi toa
towm Zxpoitloa. Wag., te"me' to
Rlchmood, Wsshlagtug. ,et. Mr.
Baird experts to nrmis alheet for
sev.val weeks, and Mis fmemds4 wb'
him a pleasant, h1nei0oIal. oIisi
Attention I cafl1ld Ohlad4m rtje.
smit of Mrs. It. WIn who# I
vertiIng sipocial values Ie b yele i hIIe.,
bhut taUtta lik<. SBWaIE>e s.
whte good&. walatip", 4 em s,
lawns, organdl... sovelthte %NO. This
Is one of the oldest ma4 at IaOtble
Atn In the county. avefs pte*
beasies. here for the et tiatiy-
Ale years. ,
Miss Carrie I $ t 71
attended the ptubrn |tol .. i* clY
during the term in s% 4 "a who
has beeu W o a brd v"i to Misses
ratU and I o9 left Inn-
Os for Cotoon PN(k s wsi
he the s59t ot klrtW fetow
days. V% Om m si 1at asm wU'
-roe., so Wetwr e or-aa
mcouty. wher* w a s it ,i qd


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Deglanisi April Itst gowill-Pio"
06f16106fmi4us.of $4 per we04
*.asl-sM It tosillg Iees
If dreg.", -IIIe9*,IV?'W, 'sWp

WOLD DUNS OF ALL Xmas
001ee the bme. 3sergtbleg
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