Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01142
 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 12, 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: VID01142
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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Stet~mI4*y Cas6s of Ineft-

F PL*# PUAGO 601ew RAV28.
O~ft~ed' sieo bai y 5xbftit"
WAsINgton, June lT 04st
040M, daliy 62orchwes fwe held do
*glrda IAthe Confederate part of
~L~F z~bg~nsntional cemsetery ion-
*e' twea"epoes of the Conledeuat.
VOOeIW st 5ociladon, the lsIted
2~SdSIesof."#bsOonfo~deray Oandh
low- etswoetry Of taeDis.
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Iwr sw 1=-wusU vo fuw .Ma i KAMI. *anw wA
.o it coilfderato one of the bet known men ia this
"ee w ere dw4ted action of the south.
4 e- *I o hW t1i deoweattng the The tragedy occurred during a dis-
toamb ilatalitng 'the bodies of the pute between bhband and wife.
m4kBoWr*6 1Ao doed. The grave t The servants la the house say that
UGeeril oaep Wheeler was aonag the aged' couple, both of whoa were
these desorited. over 70 years of age, had R ?loleat
tI amathers Cr.i, pres4teby. quarrel during luncheon. n1e tain.
lh# Valte(oas of Opfederate V*et- rates elapsed between the shooting of
erass. was unveiled hy Ml Wars o his wife and Captain Walker's daikude.
unanlg OGreen, eamp aposeor, sist- During the Interval he wrote a note
ed by Miss .lseAtb ou, n~mad of requswtlan that J. H. Walker, his
homr. The pi eeslsm of those wb oe., i New Orleans. be affifted.
deorsd the graves was led by a
chorus arranged tin A se ast s sa Y. P. U. Meets at Wayeree.
4ta". Wapeses, Oa., Jur., 11.'-Be
M Per a.-f*Ii l iisNippl. t m and 600 elegoate frt mt
Jacksoe, a.M Jue. .-..e smam- Ie ato O or0a oand repreenolo
closer d At oultUe BIlahm al pbee ra lP every AO in the etit I
sgivea out a lle- AWqolaars o will m atpae mh te ot W U e 1
condltioas o* Jea l *0apIan thin wo k for the thirteenth assual
the &ao eoUl tittt o oanvco te of the Onoogtept
that date at at 5t e t, agatl"at ToTou Wes iuiow. The % lal
iteramest estimate st o Per cast. ~"les of Wayeram Wbob will e t as
The dI*freace Is attributed to the os to tthe Sate .aati. ha
derable ad water totween May left 0so stOm WOUAt tos the prepa-
8t and Juae 3 the wates a which tkhe rU o. ir e .UWit gatheSrtI g of
dta was "em Blakeslee estI-l* rsee
StA oio. -ooo o- the i glo pm ika
sma es the tt se at U 3 pr -wt p, ie- l k.
ceat sud t. e ra st t h*e 01 M 'r ,-_ at- -1" -
east, or abls. nemal. nThe vW tS-e S" "s

omvvis w atherwap. *
Doth ,Sme.84 Or. Nevins. -
otaumblaemS. Jsue 11-4~. W New Rl.sway wants .SySS.
0. Ne"Ut. s ed.it tf S t h MPby ftb t> O U"Vif,
ti esUI on sge t at( caol I nal, Il. ort se w amry a p i9is h
e*m at usan. *.4 eStu.a. f e y stsw B 0W vale.a8
or. N Was w as t O e 4aA1abat. te pgow s s amgofs w*
tyl, 4Jly . 4r0stemtnd *W S a 5t roan - f eawk-
Ader lpin amd4 e ameriY aavad*nh, Atasnta an4 Me
poaea sa sef. The gsseral W ies e t dth
7561' 1 ease powt, pWpped rea wil 1e m thwe DIm
asastemf. Kp.. a IM resilis awkhfe le through Dalntbrlde tos
336 to except a A*5g st lorvuiel. Ig pgkt OR the Nk S ti e*, ae
buis Sm. whlekt h r *MI sat* be ateie eR' ) outtth^rx or s othwiaKm
S predast *As Prosehtorrt ectiorttnsrou. tHoride to the Gulf
oeeBe 1l Sauth 0ceaea to itot. ci o. 'lie priateipal o ess o
ueVwill be f tAtlestsa I

YWN a. 30.. wU1.--4%0
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; brn Utbsl%, MiS. 4?VMiT. Q.S
kwiut Of14h#10, S.06mv, ibewon
A~r~p f 89 -W mb, to

"We m"*Ativ to vim.0014 work.
""ngred 00. #pWSand54o0e
.* thus -Ab* J44*mnsw eet Lurk.
who.be~pu~I t 4a, I~bof91 is'
tretedtowards, *0 b"" etos"bure a

Ms boa" he iae vorapnn&"
4*st: f ,41 t-0 So 16r4 W T0s, At.
~ tb k~ola.two of l~1rt's
t'i~rift :
h~s MpI7tSW54 6 wire the Son an
kllmft :G re.,ibs 6 s neoOf'thout
arrest... T -boo"rocaded

armrt, T on~5~oae
outd proteotlou O00rod uemateIt a
they WOW uldsrtsder.',.I
0s their refusal, te bulding was
at1tuaked, two o. the neg~roes -killed
"ad twOothuers 250OW0I wiy kp"60..


plan's Home.
John Walker shot Vb imui h ife
&and thounkilled biaaNsbKsoftlyaltebr
lueebeon Sunday. ,(hptafs Walker
was -an*Moffcr In lb* UaM4 B tages
savy with Perry at his memorable
tfp to Jgpan; W"Ias acaain In the
euAd Ni Mo s*I "t~i, cmmmnd ot.,tx
MaiussappI and 1.00 DA 0464 Sat.ht
&4Au r t lbetf tm o hadsathwas pro-
idal o te Balk m,. ..d it. He w --

New York Congreseman Says Rooe
velt t Certain of Another Term.
Wamshlngtn. D. C., June ll-ThE
Roosevelt third term boox tok 01
Mw Ufo utturday when RepresenUtilvi
Shbrmean of New York. charm ol
the RSbllconl congressional cii.
pign eoamttiee, declared after AT.
IaS he White House that the prl
desl to certain of another aominatiol
and electIa. Sherman's positive dec.
laratbawe holow a a confer-'ce wl
the pielat attracte6 no lit' e attes.
tlo0 here to Washflaton.
"Of -orise, the whole Nw Yort
delegation. i solid for Rf,"seve't.
aid the Republican campaign char-
Uan. "The whole country is So.
tor Blm, for that matter, a o
or e hie is gotag to be nDm:It
and elected. He will not let 's pr
et his ame to the oonvrnlion bEt
wha somebody else doe. it the Ne
gh deleatloa will be there w WT
Ur him."
Of hit blstenera inquitrI' If t
preldeat weld not refuse e t27*
boGy gst his ame; but M' '

w' wd~-I--s In fact.
. > lsqlIUr it he caa 4
; Pl e Aeec;tf.
Usl. Jun.e 11.-An :..' .',

e ,rtKhe wily by tft .
1'ti ft we in Cu .
iAWP--i .ed ,I .A, *" &M.*A "*
t "e b MW aMr-s braI<,--W
et Mbs ashamT1 wesa -
9=4 s tdo PWder T.
be. w1t4h te aid of the t"v
gggg- fS to arrest *
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$250,000 PER YEAR


Aetr' Wife Wants Alimon
Fixed at That Sum.

Phse o0(igal battle Between Goul
M- lntereting to Husband is i(
AuNof of Alimony He Will Hay
.er Pa9'
Now York. June 11.- 1i,)wa
G0olA }ip dqcded not to ar
tbis ya6. tastead, he w e:l
-t Nel* Trk for the legal bat':i wit
hbi Wide, formerly Miss Wa\;e-r
GhiotesI, the actress, wh) is su
la hiam for separation and a:lminy
*kiah she wants fixed at $:.,..,,
Itis Is the first summer liow,;r
Gould will hqve spent in N.A Y ,r
lance he was a youth. Aliway. ,',ur
he has either cruised in nr .,-:: a
Uhropean waters, or has .sou1:it th
cool bro*s of the Switzerlan
The ph9se of the legal ba;tl be
twoen the iouldi Just now %:Li.c I
lne r MUlng the busbaud m111.t, is t,
alount of alimony be will b,. o:ige
to pay. He and his attournk aa
reparling a statement of hi.s '.althi
amowlag It Will be demanded by ti
court, or by a referee, shoiud one ,
applate4 itfter the motor tb Mrs
06"slM's Attrney for alimony anu at
twMswe's te.
Mr. GCk 4p announced that hi
annual 1t6e i-about $661,t1ii1 f ron
a forte of about $12,000,01).
Mpr. ( iu my she can prove h
isbasa ow4. and has an iitr.,t II
Optpptes clh bring his iuc-.'nm u
to ihor tlaf 1,0loo,ooo. Ipon t.i
basis, Mras Gould has deild eo an
the court to allow her $230Cu O
yor allapay. Cases will be ite
by Mrs. Gould's attorney) in. hih%
the court has allowed a wife ua0Q
fourth of hUr husband's income.


1.~~~t to.' -out.(
bisi -un9fo

sie w at t-th.n

speke, h4111 r*4
M VNsj ad Inhis wp Ipre

"foot 70 en~tth
of .W5, :-1A Ch-tlR old

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loot =01061t ti , .,b *; w tfwt r"M .bt-ro.
'A" "asbelefted toao ue_010,Wu

Site, 35.. dai a.* -1k" t&raw. 14o partl
46ei AA" .=4 .00, tbU wPd (), r. r*:'
=IA.'. D'.t%.
Y~ h~ ~.WEPJA SPIRO COMANYWe~i. (lisiSpr40., Ila

w' He todnot, n

j ~ ~ ~d ~ ~ j r4W& .~~Oat-b h. rssvdV10AtuLcOatLn Ril y
t. ewstie* 4.)10pe to r)TerA
J'i~r~a: ss h.-At~n u C4M-
VI", m~i~To*i rt~ec a ih htULIt

sixtra~~aa4fifteen days-limit .''
ant IwAIMII19th to Novr'

~3Mb.L I"

2e: wberry, .-Mrs. F e. U s
tt of D was here shopping

^:N H. d accompanied br ,
ll 0 0f' ..1 -H' 1 Thursday 'tot ting Saturday. U T .
UMr. E. A. (12t and daughter, Mrs.
S ,have14-urne from a few
4 9--1W***v' visit at s thi e. aL" 4e
aNOMPO, after a t visit at Bro -
oo d ry Hr t last Thursday AND DEALERB IN-
y gorously Con morning for ,lUw, where hbe a ..
id that epted a..
rm Variou. Ci aep We are sorry t port Mrs. Wil l Ila n d. Cot
fromS Smlth on onfW k list this week.S 1 1 a-L 0
was -'nothing Hope to see -40t again soon.
Court ^Tuesdaoy, S i Mrs. D. G. Itsnd I. home 0s, ________... '1
t testimony after a two wj' visit at Hawth.q. *W
In the case of J D6' Miss Franlii Knight of High
S. the VauSprings is here, the ueat of Mi. Do aseawlbata batm, s aM l ofta d Douectt Esee
to be one of Siioo Holt. .of tsosseessaeo bo .baks. es.e.pweiUoms Iarmo,.moorhtB sUd otbeis
pveil cases ever h .'a Mr. and Mrs. D. May and ehw" m s o tvomB ero S eI. ta iIIes o ahto e*ojleation at r
ty, both sides being dre, Rouse arl, left Mod, ilelmnos be ae Iss.
et r o lf y, dren. Rouse a Karl, left Monday,
matter of .ecur. for Seabreeze, where they will' spmdl
I."ble 3 a few weeks roperaUng. --- :-- -, ',
is the case mentioned -Mil ellw a a8 left Saturday for
Sun where J. 19 fbISgt Abbeville, Ga., 'here she wil visit
the Vaugh Seedher sister andAtnd the eommeaoe- e
damages, pallegd nto O t exercise .f the Gbbeville ol-es blox'ded..
from Impure and W*PVI a*, e
whois. a need furnished t o Il e retu ra yfriend..,.
who i aun eis i htx. Pl c02 of Duluth pVeni 5. tAA Presidens H.E.TAr.o.asb
trucker, by tlh *B oic u y here, RA friend. W. MTDn, VeeP*Pesid*eg g GI"A. *Ases Oufb|||
trii a large Beed ,torein idg. D r. an11 Mrs. spent Sunday at

7the.S re eBNMw 'i UR! scnvrlev.: ; Ti FIRST &ITIONAL BAf
he result, nete, Co pany ,i"-.t"'. o r A- i .m 'F R
case consumed part of MI THE .W REMIDY. ,.
ieo. all of Tuesday. 14 "
*po a ly t.c upy the. Ta.k. ,t Now t nation Day. Ar, .. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY* .8
I court today. The outeomi wil Fast Approaching. S "N
watched with a great 'd4 l of T I ouriends r d Patro ns. Thousands of men and women are O tal........ ..............c .100,0000
s as eminent talent haa ba n T l01a of our banktig depart anxiously looklag forward to the vaca* suplUs .......... .... ........ e 20,000 00
ebyd on both sides, the defend-. meat tW Ixed for the 5th of July. til days that e lOe In June. July and
ending a lawyer, Atorneo M.u' b Immadtely uceeoed August-not so Much for the pleasure .Pald Sing s ed e eate of po. All Ba
Small the way froar Cb Iqao tl by. he Dutte pBk. a Stats in Utu. or enjoyment as for the chance of Trqaa.et TAYopOR Olshle .
id that there are also wlitnmess tle lianIe by add to be conducted getting rid of thbr Q1 health. IYLOR
ion merchants and otber's, .abaued by some of the most re- To thoroughly drive away troubles
Baltimore and other points, to l e 'and conservative men of the of the stomach most people think
in the case. otand v ritity. they have to mke a business of It IMALfSY MACHIN IY CO. Pw,, *, ,a. *t*s
III probably not so much the dl- All deposits in theban of H. P. with dieting. 4MIse, and perhaps |a Potl a lmma
loss of judgment tin this cae, Duttt & Co. will tit tired to vacation. eTll la.
one be secured, agatNt- the thenew bank, unlA otherwise direct- But Mi-ona stomach tablets taken .. L ,aVto' tl
ant. but a question of.. te d b the depostoers, and bustnas will with regularity, in a Wvry few dAys r ?re saos
'reputation in Florida, 'upecoatinuewithoutchange ornterruption will drive away indigatiod, dis.syal rona
i the fight is being made by the of any rind. The new beak will for. pe ls, distress after eating, head-
hn Seed Company, which Is a W' receipt and all nemy p paper aches, leepleslaMs, and the manny l
Wtabllshed firm, and which en)py to the depfstoi. mother symptoms, of bad digestion and
Sand profitable trade throh. parties holding time oertloates of sluggishness of the dleatwie organs
Florida. dpe"tt a a have them redeemed at that keep people from enjoying them.
,' .-, enoe with l.tsft, or can hold them slves. Day aftgr day. at w brk behind Wrl Pl .ttM esn
I OLD WORLD AND IT WAY tl their maturity, to uit the wishes desksor In the factory with poor .n meu S .ats o tASW
or oovmeso t W the holder. The light and air, soon resultsain slul8 t om o iggeishlb. mu o m. I
C'ol. William Jennings Bryan a. w bak will issue oerticates with nes of the entire physical and mental
aCei a new book of travel entitled /k qdltjos if P es so desire. apparatus.' The flrt slight symptoms $f a f Pr B
*e Old World and Its Ways." which W be' Peak tfor w uor "r the of indigestion can easily be cured but
Mounts his recent tour around the ame berl patronage that weave when they are allowed to Ifcrerpf
d and his Journeys through b reeled. They are men so w41 known wit t any help, then the stImaeh
2 a tthis4vicinttyith t th o l lhave S gthe thae wole ld gestvh e ostYued
*. It is profusely and elegantly a this vicnty that they will have become hard to shake off.
h|trated with 240 artletic egray. alrdy ewd e of oth Strengthen the whole digestlve a e I Y .
representing men and things a u they have of owM es.I Thoey tem with Mio-na and you will soon
in the Various countries of the ask for your patronage, ad WillA find that both stomach and bowels a Inacom.panysLhotsa I ~bl, HTve boa Oos0elM ,
during that noted journey. The tuni favors as lL o do thelr work as th*y sh iuld. a t Lierality rompandlye p
rvlngs are made fro ph to ervative method of d g bis esM J. W. McOollum sells Mi-o-na In 0 *.
a taken by him or his party wil permit. It r M deposits, oent boe and guarantee to rfundA
cially for thi pubCaion.I who have bee with as soly yeam' t.e lo**y If t the reedy does n Yot A ss u red
i aonumental literary work of his wIl Ixtnd to t l l give complete satiuaotion.
Sand is published under his ope M 4 That O prious @e on eree e wi IoeO yeu h si--
1 sperviiion. He has, by Mpeelal wide so lelge ,? Meile Ae a Pmbe e refuge. ___
trfct with his publlashers, ade ay i... Pae P. Bhnderson of Armo, the
rthil price low down with tTe h ODhv a a s e t ort Vo u a n. uu.n i ep /
E 1 .^ verv reader F4 oAt d '5 0t1 ) 11 UIIt lU v,* aid ealft lItiran
S give, him. epeir ee- H. ha. DTeOmp& which h.as eed s s @N opme o .s se
ht be aw and dld-whom aMt r ,a. e will have a to e. I e ,
K his imprflons uad tAngel e R S M.lb Me owni ha e a tie aew.
ade a profound study o( h, tso*r merely a me*ry o5 e woe orebardsI. t s th seu oN A f Aw C A7 S H H W A& M .
hnts as he s them U in l th o a. tM A Wds ow X^-tmm is the gisw. While not so ka as G, AlJ VIL3.
ge> around the wMrl. fo iNl get of the twestih -I* My. 0 is a proliflc bearNer.
",, o'.hen Otal t W. l.,OM f V -- f1' __-.-_ e ^,.^!H!Hr
l IRadpoint of stayed m i ti MI. OL 3Ain, StaMheMrry, M. A IA of -a N . *.diG.$*B
RU6^ndlr iatorest an s ws: I have used beA lM i ___ f twe a
.tho ~eath. faban...as..m aR a afa _a-- .1 a a bar taekl lb I u. Hi :

W~iClBryan travhgs as a pet. ,1m to3POW5- soldWbyW.OU o m1qO1614
Cth~he went withL O ____ildo"_0_ba
"of ma 'nde two man bs er4"~'.
%ft for tbe Preelhega of, -*A .eNPAeVM d msmwy. un- or)
st p5*. adh aas My ',AW, J~q 1J-WO 0 j ~ Ly
1304flnd euterteoW IWaat of thMANL

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"964dtfor tI ale'Noft UakeB ate ,r Trick
ft~MI~t *ai, RUate. Off ~r,

Clqfi, Panam ar Straw atA
J A ' :'-: ^ r'* .' * im**.

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Se- What 15 Per OCt.
Off Meaqs to You
in Furnishings

50c Shirts,'15 per cent off .............
65c Sbhirts, 15 per cent of ..............
75c Shirts, 16 per cent off ..............
$1.00 S1irts, 15 percent off ..........
$1.25 Shirta, 15 per, e t off.............
$1.50 Shirte, 15 per cent off .............
,$2.00 Shirts, 15 per cent off........ ....

$8.50 Abbott Shoes, 15 per cent off...... .. $-
$4.00 Crossett Shoes, 15 per cent off.. ... $3.40
$5.50 Edwin Clapp Shoes, 15 per cent oft.....$4.th
$6.00 Edwin Clapp Shoes, 15 per cent off. $5.li)
A big lot of small las in Ltadies' fine low and
hgh Shoes, shiea 2 to 81-prices cut in half. Also
a lot of Children's low Shoes which we will close
SoUt at'less than cost.


I 'Athletic Shirts and Drawers
'to Match
All go 15 per cent off during this Four-Day Sale.
Drawers to match ............ 44c
GOOD WHITE QUIT to match .......... 60C

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


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wil, e over the demise A-
Chl Cbrontele, which H
& & w its. o at Friday.I I
Chron Was the property of
J r..'.4. Wait banker, who is
.. en-ider in Iai. t for bankwreck-
r ip. and who 4.. h b dreds of thous-
'M1 wac du of dous *h Anhpccessful at-
r oaTEX t rp a t Mca Ipt to tomlst e people of Chi-
^P rst. s.. jTJ4 te to a news Which no one want-
t.ushsa t tarltff 4 and in a already covered.
drumverdtt^oB The Chroni Is established May
eoftp,~38. U 9 ,, 95, ab & pededH May T me ?orulat Liver l
I *,yr., m. cM p thelrin- 1907, having zactly 12 years a .
tof ey. A .per-- wf o. abolish and three dayi, b having lost prob- W III U
04-- ----- A i( N l( w mbly over $10, a year or consid-
o.-. e WO te wel. I the time, 'Tbh paper was oe. -with sArsen Calomel ando They act as rank
aPy SdfertisiWt "Special privileges to tensibly Democrtie, but it support- wbicyvitiateblods syste. andl
"t0. w l abush nb~rly di the ed McKinley h W n-litnifod Bryan in INK is relle ,eg 0, no m. rl or n
s-un _ *ii nlation tWh t the RepubUlatl party 1900, and after Iiping pawn the Par- poions, is absolutely hamlw ad Is the simple remedy
S.uh eerTy emated; tt has toatg4 ttt khr gold brick on the Democracy natur. It caries off all ll b i the system and leaves Mo
Ang t nit l Ie d orp ato a; that has ( la 1904,. openly wnt over to the Re.- miriou ffect I
State and e atiat beaks; that, hasb. publican party It was one of the CIT
pe retoa r f atthe expense of labr at most ably edi land completely
orc a.forSi.oo----s without represetation; that. quipped papers In the country, but !
timing bills become duoS t ubldl; 'that has -created 'it was organized in a spirit of person-. Mr. -A. ye tb s.t. m4w1 w'
of advertianeIt, ,eN, Wi l trtife and 'usurped ex4cu- al malice, Its bliole object was the doct s Sned ftor ft s. i Mlive to
in contract. Ti f iif11o tie power, unknown to the constitu- gratification 'of that malice, and it erbia.e and it euroe *e aw t tim-e. I
STaX Ioat money and 4led, as It deserved remmenda this wab MsMI a to hIghly."
rh To I 11ti ll uh granting of to do\ As The Mtatgomery Jburnal TAKE I INOW I.
n lseciald 1 prtiviles y LAO BOTTLM 5 'I, THe, nm I
dent Diaz of 'Me i Ew ainst the people. has "The Chronic attempted to create
a good and able *a ,* iera-' 6mpllihed by cor.rup. ec a demand for a newspaper where BIllarW ,A lnm ent C
except in Guatemala with w apan there was no d-in a field al---
byt.. : +I, bythoe who have ted ready well fll"ad It had to go l VA LA
next edition of "Wild As.la W Ml&U spoc0al privileges. where so many .ilers with like mis-
ye Known," by Ernest atoa T 'o overthrow such corrupt am alons to "fill a felt want," ha d
will doubtless include thl of ty'bftJ is Incentive ea* gh to gone before t. ts management,
ent. t r honest 'votr ad will tiring of the tiring of losing "' ML J8' 'O N
S"__ ,ta"y utite Democrats to that money, waisely si4nlbly concluded
fee cream sod a crop should s high prices and thb tIn- the best thing was to quit the
tted from the lt o o fta st of living should lead old and leave It to others. But
which eccentric climate is, d m y Republicans to join wlthl the there was no more ably edited or
,sible. +,:". cMfte in reforming the tariff and more reliable Mewspaper In Chicago
Soth bases that but few any longer than The Chroitcle; and it was not
Kansas City a Mr. Singer mar- de as exlatlng. its policy, not the lack; of abilityI 1 ,noo1=0tell
a Miss Nightingale, but noISe of The Southern States have espe- in its management, but rather its VOYLE M 8
ppers referred to their home M olaly uffered from this Republican attempt to create a demand for aho- E. E. VOYLL R. M
little nest." systemoot fostering. special interests, their. taper, w t there was no de-. btres of Title and full informat;e ftalshum e relardinftg lmas I t
e opa ape aeoust. Our manager ha llbve la h ont th son sts y a sa
K --*-_ ~ which no doubt leads to the demand mand, that madb it a losing proposal. |t horomghly eraasal e with land 'l"es,
have probably noticed that or a candidate from the South for tloit and finally caused it to turn
tail-end baseball cluU wins the Democratic nomination for Proel- Its toes to the d les." "
by splendid playing and lows 4nt Nearly every Southern State The fate of .The Chronicle ought I
unt of hard luck. A urging Its favorite son and as the to prove a warsg to any other in. ...
S_ t______ ti t FIR, AsIDEiWT, lU~ULARKi AND iDIMIlTT IIII8CRANCI. Ae.ins
6- ..... th l the citadel of Demoe- dictive million who Iumagine that seting a amber 6f prominent Amerisan and E lish omlemt.es
't Foraker somewhat bebld .the rmy;, i cannot be gainsaid these money is all .th!t is necessary to RIAL EBTATIAND OITY LOAI. .
in talking about "the man on iproetilve candidates are entitled make a succeeWi newspaper. l ( -r ---** tl , F oz A ,
back?" The man in the o atO.to the earnest consideration of Demo-._ -.....+._ .. ..-_ +-._+.
ile is the man of the hour. rste everywhere, and If It can be/ T e tion Wb other Tom LAwson A
h--- shown that Senator Daniel or JUdge M with the 'ne S. ME RCH N T &
iHarmon announces that he Culberwson or any other candidate Q'ades H I Ua ob I|
Democrat without qual t h ha been ted u nce he clared "that Mr. eailers ad Jobbers to
e Harmon is a favorite in the the .Denocratlo factons he will un- Roosevs, A s-toly re" t be.
n as to who is Col. Watterson's doubtedly rbceere due deliberation Ing "t.hen3at Treside.t of the Unt .
horse. from the delfates to the next nation. tedSItates." That is the 0sitlou of
*o rconvention.m% t generous rivalry nearly ffres sA fo Staple and Fancy G rocer
land's first trouble with the between these candidates from the they have. tn the Pare ient at his, r
In women In her legislature Som 1e s 1tate -s is- lthy slgn tI .i e at his iown word toK. rman a being .- --- .-
SCOma when some mere man gos .thoa 5lm b haa in a great me. Ia- "practlear politUla-. PracticalG I I ;R l99 a In rfI II T -
nd moves that debate on a g ues- to te t obHttrat and n at. the politicsallRPbi look SOUTH IDE QU .
be close. o n 1 &at- t ba ne er ib .& ^, lietoi, .low ofu. Slbllc. ok UTHS I^DI QUA I., , eOTNVIUJA. OL!!
Switch "equal rights to all and special Highs mar es pries paid o r Chs.kea. SM Wd other ? P -a '
'A Hemphis woman has s pued the privileges to none" will lead to vic- -
man for ilivorce Eve times, in ry. R VIVO Aompleee stok of r, Oat, Meal.J
Years. After a while he will be*
tired of paying fwor t at It is amusing to notice the ,antics R AMMA
,Awusement for her. of Republican politicians an the tawit.
: -- Issue. Those who are talking r v e.
A Texas judge h -as ,ed "t a very loath tormy bow m ch

to Possibly It will no- be sod at Te a w e 1_-I
, to induce the Texans tO *o .eaket be doet hy. ,r thS Exa S v CA- OO M O D

i ennral see of it. t- obee b t e Caev

the Roosevet home ae er t dy m Ti"a.. ....r i n J__
. bt be will e pj a lto (tioB of how little real reform the U

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0bg counsel1 for tho

o thet stt ,a Peted by holder
wesand bhw :' t ay.
as t o the iU39 S.-. z=.i i, .. l a
i.,? u bougt ot Vr il ,, tbert, whteh pro baby would
.ever el r a ':oSlt II the destructlon ot tie ei.r
es.o bose Acts fParker Is under Cuard igM
W.liuddirthr l # "qo .. ,squad of soldiers from ort L -
6rXM .. ln t mt
,ldr!' eirosexamastle 1(|N *." andr the townapeopl6 a. a i
n, counsel tr W. 1 terro.
lOr'hard ha 0 ioOl U!.rl"oftrtiedinltv l l lt,.i t* ltmed. and when the
%Three more YO,als ., oteted, empled his reyolvW '
drs are yet to bet s*. N atbi a -scad of twenty, tjourtag two
a of its o ownv. '*t.' I tha their lives were de.;
dd, the defense Is $ i 'red oft. He o 5e59d* after t'
ard hall retell his g i tiooUti and friends ot As wounded
Tmot diabolical, or t'.lih a" vowed they will get en-
detail before the *e )11 Iby buran*a the ba lldip.
Supon the question abta feeling prevails agaaut
wood is guilty of IMrl He been trel.
rdr former Governor Pr rt
berg, at Caldwell, Idiy n A Happy Mother
ber 30, 1905. "W w.. that her baby is ipoperly
Slowly but surely the 0 M0 1 W d'ffo-t do thi a good purgate
I!cg the lines by wWih .& 0 i ineto sasi. Many babies sffer
break do n the story ol O rW. ma worms and their mothers don't
,.0o far as it affects W kow 1t-4f yo~r baby is feverish and
E.' do es't sleep at night, It Is troubled.
Every Man His Own l e ee. with worms. White' Cr Verl-
RThe average man oaA toU66 wwll olen out these worms i
ploy a physician for 9eVrya liht a mdl, plent way. Onoe tried
ment or injury that may oour in always sed Give it a trial. Pries
family, nor can he alEd -to e*. S cMats. told by W. M. Johnson.
them, as so slight an tlaM Ms
scratch of a pin baa beeil a Cigar amine Possible.
cause the loss of a I ,gh. .S Oe New York, June 11.--A famine In
*w man must, from eoeealty, be Havana cigars is threatened should,
Sown doctor for thois laas~W l- the strike olclgar-mikers in the Cu-
aots. Success often depena tlpon ban capital continue much longer.
'Dt treatment, whicb cmi..ally be Pealers throusnout the city have beeu
I.1vh suitable medlnes ar kept informed by ihe importing jcuobrs
ha.id. ChamberaWlas r idla that moat of the popular brands of
le been in the market for b rn Havana cigars. especially those in tl.e
furs andd o replUtmo. dtark colol, are exhausted. The strike
SChamberlain's Colle, Choler ad low lasted throe weeks. PriccA
birrhboea Remedy for bowel p .- are gradually going up.
Ntlnts. -
Chamberlain's Cough Reetfy ftr Baseall Playere and Foot Racers.
4{ighs, colds, croup ad hooping Louis J. Kruger, ex-champlon long
AD gh. dhia W r foot aw of Germany and
Chamberlain's Pain Bala (an anti- iolland, write, Oct 17. 1901: "DUr-
':ptic liniment) for cuts, brlees, lag my trailing of elhbt weeks' foot
| nis, sprains, swelliangs, hlame bak i aoes at alt Ie C ty, In April last
fad rheumatic pains. I used Ballard's ~ i L mlaest to
Chamberlain's Stomach and Ltver my gresategt tIaftS Tybrore.,
ulets for constption. billow U sn I ily re-ooama- od fow .aiaet
ad stomach troubles. to a who arth
Chanberlln(ain's alve tor ue s of e lls.C
fil en. .
Oino bottle of each Race *ri Pei tS .rI
.?epations cofta but lUItPeer*.
l drugisats. ekin, June 1 .-Tbrwee rreneb,
Sa -- Dt h and oWe Italian motor cars
f ire Desroys Upland" t tarlted Monday moralag la the Pe-
n .I.. a, June i.- 4'b Up* .ln-to-Parts race. ther wee gires
a a.ge woeas torture an .athusastle sad of by the &re*da
i1 b ...y tire) at an U ti bqur redieats, incluoladlai U America,
S.., :.,,nig. T .1wi Aus"trian and freich mlaisters. A
, o'clock, and withn Frea h band played seletIt -' TW
Sb : ii!ln we lg a aW Chides were much amstilshe, asthis
S u ge nsml tideid, was the fi rst time moor eas beI
S.,. r,..; i the -t'li le Iseen In s ki
a i is bee it the light.
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Beneficent epidemics are scarce, but auch a one has struck Gain tI
and people of every station and occupation have the fever.. .
It is most interesting and instructive to study the o nstautly changl|
line of applicants for Pocket Banks as it flp' through The Sun's busii|
ffi There is the mother, bringing her daughter with her and seouriag
bank for the girl, another for herself, and huilring anxiously whether l
may have another for the boy who is at work. She receives it promptly
Boys co~me-ome are steady, seriga od chaps who have
- think on their own acoonut, and who ak q4tUonU about the o
the scheme which show the rmult of yrug uqp against the w
Then the High 8obool girls and aboyiyld active, while'
man and business man "lip in" during the ioon hour to get a-
boy or girl at home4 after making one or W odIng questiomsx6
there is no joke about the 25 cent. A


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,r'ld 10 I' 7
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per for sale at
Calli at f s
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e a typewrit r
leaset for sa a %L
Super bndrd. '

Pe rct eas t h'

-'t forget Mott BDr 4,'. :'
Snae mullet for Itoft
jobn Martin of Hawvth l -
visitor to this <7 "
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Sy 8. V. Duke ha gone
to vslit relatives r a f w

aop Red Salmon ia the jA that
Alaska valuaNbl to lob"

arrest Kelley left yead *Ay l'a
ns trip of two or thr da B

.Bo. w. Stricklaod of q.dP ie
t yesterday in GaaeOv 01 on1
J. B. Padgett l at home b ,
r visit to Jaokrnao llk ta d
Ingtoo Spring.
Mr. and Mrs. James OdleO hate
ed from Campyrll, Where they
vt been visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dalv have .
from a brief but deaftlg fi l
at Worthington SprinL.
C. M. Halle of Jackeavrlle wair 1"
City yesterday. He is ooneIted
the Seaboard Air, Line raid.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Btricklaal'ad
daughter of Hague i ft
who favored Olinev1lke fh
visit yesterday.
C. W. de Martine, bdejty United
collector of rTei a, h*I
to Ocala and other poitat South
official business
W. M. Thomas, Omsar K, Whit-
and John Miller, all pr omneat
lItuns of Bell. In the West Ndf areI
I the city attending court.
Albert Weber has returned ftro
orthington Springs, where he haa
M soourning for the tow days
t the Hotel WorthlnIgoaa.
(orge R. Ellis has returned flro
isitjs in South Florida on beulams.
rt Ellis is regarded as ae ano the
nmber experts of the tath
C. Harwell, the efftelit marhatl
e tuwn of High Aprtigs, la in
(Ity attending the airO ter of
du circuit court, now Ina eesI
0ky Bottom Sulphur b M g *
0 nortbeast of Atlant, .a.4
s munur. guests. Rates IS 1.
r Bmooth Address Msl 0 y .
*.0 Turnerill Ga.
,Mt. ad Mrs. Shaw, who hate booe
,A(.tl. l(,rat,
. oh ';ainavlle, have move
S'lttage. where they wi
Se gad1 trr.t their frietta,.
Tb,. "a.,~ trletnd of Mis Grieve

S'l( death oearred go
I *" l York, M I. Orieve

n'o" "fl, his wa a 8a-
t, h. to trhi crity a...
Ut 'Ar'P !Iriort the ap'rtatg S

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'U.iluewMr. 5eirneg
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~ Ur evegt$to welcome

'**t to. spend-A tow-days

r Ca"t 0. W.
bo' ablmt untll

M ~t

l *f !Two D ihee of DOI#ert-In
ate ~a y orw ary leaon or vmall*

S 9. WO ad family 're now
gtoaalG.y located ta the Prank
4attage, North GalneddB**
:Is oa e of the most uptedate to
eti ont. Th wll be itad to
wetlome their iread.
W. A. Sparks aad interesting ItUle
q, Oliver, wer In the ity brom
M"teooha yesterday, and 1made The
ait an agreeable call. Mr. Sparks
repprta that rain In badly needed In
.hWf section, as all the crops ane mt.
te i , I
J. L. Medlin of M dith is In the
.ety. He has Just returned from
Worthalton Springs, where his wife
nd childra are enjoylag the a.-
ratio g cQintry atmosphere and
the, medlclaM virtues of those

Lafas Black of Highland was m1
the ity for the past two days, but
has ret.jred to his home, where he
is engapedIn the naval store busl-
nes. r*. Shack am child have
Weon soeuaarulng at the springs for
the put few' days.
Wante4-Man to learn barber trade,
(1s.to2O twso ay paid graduates; few
weeks oampatl; an earn expense,
tools and bard &ee start, ee -clinic,
constant practice, caeIl Instruetions.
lectures, etc. Buay season now.
Write at once, Moler Barber College,
Atlanta. Ga.1
W. A. MeLenna of Waldo was In
the city yesterday. Mr. MeLenna was
en routo from Prairie Creell where
he has been ma buale. He was for
some time a progreoasaV merchant 1
Waldo, bat has more recently men
gsed in the sabing Indutry, with
xrgwt succeee.
Mrs.fR. W. Hllan d sa expect to
make their departure today for Ar-
eadia, where -they wl wmais their'
tire. home. Mr. sal os a prmbool t
msetractor. and reitoed here for seV-
eral year but has aeoured oeta'acte
i tb Soth riorMda town whim wMl
kmp him engaged for an ladeltte

W. Trheart Bodilford has goe
to Jackouvlle for a tow days n a
g hbiI MbuuiseSa and pleasure tr. .
A I r emaaasaiag here for a moth
MN*. Beiferd epect to go at
*Iqmlen& drbusac iness la PhsaInl-.
Ia or amfare. He spet his boy.
%N days eMt A ia o Cedar Kay
mA his frhim& wh hia U cb NBC-
ca i his S" Ver netura.
J. II Winter, ln of carpoet-
era em the feabar" Air Une. wIth
hIs fe0m of .16 e eeoa at workt
for the "A w* day1 to amel oasa
meh aenad, ripas W the depot at
this place. Mr. ,Wer If a* thorough-
ly esapetet am M a.d ee who haa
"ma0e goad" .Samiard by
Sis eomp te. thatt a
New ank wll be t"in a
-w. da.a. w ich k the w
W, P. em.Uw, f e 3vso t"e
bis w mee .eesw of tt see.
ds, was asa- stpn who speat

to II

prthlp!al ofr
and High

.I the Insur
aad his tri

'^ B. Dy popu
g'taber of t
ha returned eoqfke
sa h" been A oa


d pleasure Mr. Dyke eapedDa
Ssoo to take ptioal vaoti., a
ill make a1Bhlve trip, tahea
I the Jameilt Rxpositon, t4
mond. Wasixl Noew York, Philia
dl*hia, Chicaj ciRonaU and other

Hlon. A. V. : of Starke, one of
the most prool it young attorneys
ta the State,". has just Cos
pleted a toe State attorney for
the Ishth J Cmeircuit, ls to the
city attendit rL.' Attorney Long
s a young ws exceptional protf,
slonal abllty~, S one of the most
successful of younger lawyers of
the State. He*& many friends over
the district.
Mr. and MrsiW. H. Robertaon and
two daught $efihues Emma and
Gertrude, left Nterday for Ruther*
osodton, N. C, whe they will spend
the summer, Ma ,J their usual custom.
Friends wish *Am a pleasant and
profitable esojoa. Col. Robertson is
he venerable eAxreasurer of Alahuaw
county and BueIA before being elect.
ed to that of5l twentyfive consecu-
tve years as anomiber of the school

Those. J. M~oMWlll of St. Petersburg
passed throuhI the city yesterday en
route to Jack. Vflle, where he went
to meet his tfther,, Bob, who has
bee In a hqttatl lD Baltoroe for
the, past few, 'Jths. Mr. Mitchell
ls a soe of C dnO r Mitchell of the
Florida Southen, now de.eaaed.
He Is well knqw"to this city, where
he has vlrtitd friend frqgoaqtly.
His brother' condition I very much

Nell tORI oRACnEIrt

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We have just received
nice shipment of cho0
pattern Prices strict

Iron Beds
AWm much cooler i i th
8osmAi than wood om
We have a mIgnhicu
Hie and now is a o
time to purchase.
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ebw Shoe Departmnt
omils somegood th.ip
for M3 Women and
SChildt Try for
raw zt peir e Wel"
Obo a O wear
with- and tb1

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6 In* Sle MIo nday*
O tat W eh Was Well AttedeMod. !1
j ,, 'I Lo No. 11, Independent
S i IO"rw*r of 04d PFollows. helM fine
WI emVl"lt oervIce at the Masonic hall:
Swhee the order l*rays holds its
6 **k ( wa, sWeslonas, Mnmday oht.
I ptt "d The lrvjc6 was a public one, and
IJIe lOrade4 wd not only attended by members Boeginnlog
:tgwfty for of the order, but many citizens as ourommert ra1
1 ftea ys well. Including a number of ladles. meals-and t4 Ae
I u Baled al of whom were deeply Impreaed ly firstolas to Ie
aholdU a with the beautiful and taproesslve large electric fan. I
seistta lc ceremonites of the order.
o 4^n l were many addressea 0 the COLD DRINKS OP
of the order by the p ...e
Ular 0A, *b ,a of the lodge, old war.horses Coffee the best. Un
' 0 It oellowshlp. aloe. Game looked
lonvilShj "I+ ~h~ie tasN was presided over by for ponrtomn.
n hJ ImIna i J.W. Blandins. while Robt. OPEN EARLY

k acted as master of cere
"t behla lemonade was served
tar -0 th evening. g .
*:ti o o;n ,e

9t. Atlantic Deach.
^ i^ ^ A -- Bok; Statl
S Ili Johnson. D. V. V. Ca.t OSStito
t1r AUmo Beam where they will SOIUl SWt PiCtUIs
tt tnual Meaton of the
i amu l A aid ict ue F
eIat e.r vi W Dr. Johnson, who -
io.46 of lLMit prOunit drug.
Se b* 5. tlift. tr
the '04ti 6 wiu be held fre
the "* tothOe 1th inst., itolulvi
On W f&ty 0" Thunrsday hs
e ltm ld at the Coftl t

be om itet a onn. ,c | ES
A oa i-op hasi b een
for thi oonventlo, which pm a4 or
to outclass ryt of the Mo s
held bforo, d a4 lamrg o t .
expected. T F
Ira Carte Taken Home, s f s W
Ira J. Carter, who bad t he alitor
tune to sustain brokers l te o a KBYSTONB BAKIRt,
runaway seltdent a low days ago, he 816 R. T. CIKAM
sad who was brought to the home
o relatives In this city where tH
best atontonwn w xIvT hmn bas ful A I
suftfolentli, recovered to be ftioayed
to his Jome at the farm, about
twelve miles woet of Oainesvl0e.
Mr. Carter o a lever ad pro eBICYCLES
"lve "Us# pan. MW hasadc& %ads )Ah f l l.
not only iton ladoeville, but thpeh.
out the West End, where he was ..
reared. All will be glad to learn that Ar |-|- SIeldl.
his condition is so muah Improved. d I Iifdi
How to Opon a Can of hlamen.
To opeo a cao of Argo Red Balmot 1 I 3 W. UNION
properly, lay the sca on Its side. In
sort the as opener at the sam. theo JE FF 8 lI N
stand the can on end, and pressing S MO $
the top firmly down, work the can
opener around the top, removing the |
eoatre top. The Argo will then come
out In one solid pieoe.

Mow People Lose Their Mlany.
By ooncetling It about their peaa;
by stowing it away i in S W Ju ad
jars; by sewing it up Ina hirt ma
tiks; by tucking It under the esseb
sad carpets, In cupboards et be*
rues drawers; these are smeo the
ways by which pVop I o M thir ,-, OTSTERI
money, and sometimes liar s#4&.
,1 (l r r of eralire Co p
a Hew Pepl ve Savo* AI%*ILL,. 9.
00 By depositing It In a ae, ble ..... ..
l bank. Coaldout tha thOis bak f lly I a so prepared to seeOW
ly meets the public's eea. 1S idor the aSde wish ahe beo thS o1
ite services to all who I bo to k eep apswe I this 40. Phboe
- ta on the safe side. -t .
pT .. ....IUS
Argo Red 4 talOn a he SO me oF
amy table. It a" k L ao l t i-Tt &
e on.. from the an. a* aI& I U iiiS i
mamny palatable ----- 1.1 K.

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