Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01143
 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 13, 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: VID01143
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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-Q,~b0W d-A KiliHon Ahmony
An& ushFor Defendant,

~~~~01 e M.wiL RTi AT $100,000 YEAR

Ist"1000 'VO 0" itMP-G"Old 18 QUOted as
%deor,- bst 61*111% V* HW111rdCould Not and
WeoW-. ot" m4W Mrs. Gould's
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Isma ~utB 44 fev Tok, June 13.-Announce-
SM i d IM I t wa madeO Tuesday that HO A.,: d
to -p .~ brnt t: h9,,01 1 4s 1 SM1t0`ng1 the advisabi.ly
a* s-T Eof- 1 sr.atlq a outer suit for seypra-
3"H^^Tgalas lb W tt. Such an ac'uii,
MB the eAq W O ty 41bthi oull ues the ca,: e
t Af Mrs. Guld's obtaining a court i i41 l wound o. bl rt told t for allmony of $260,000 a y.:.
.b..' "a"n of& a mur4 rd ve b One of Mr. Gould's friends Is qis.-
bi% e e kn& wo id A edas saying that Mr. Gould wou: ,e
was,(Ao t willia .to set asle a sufficient l erj
7nse4pt.., Jaes' P ans, a l AWo the supportof his wife. bi! at
a 00at1 6, lV't 881 A1aeol street, heard of ha. could lot ad would not eit'r-
iEhuai a.'.tof ip'aL. 18 o l tt* by hu rlwh- it tim s Mpud for a quarter of a
ofMigohe pug of the bp though negh-
ble for a 6 0. k4M aht Ey- ilio ollar ear.
this .. 'r add his by were tusaltaoe, He thought It kely that Mr. Grou!l

p ad to 0 om of his o hbe $100,000 a y ar alimony and felt sure
Ca O teafter, wa Sesd i .that Mr. Gould would consent to set-
'L1dh o 4 Wvor Its side. and Itweat t. The a m'au ashwered'wltt te the suit p .that basis, althought
eqsee^ 9 'wa the rivT writh the cauuat. i meoyllble o thes Mr? Gould had never said so directly.
s ia Ts 'Pri mwen t Wh tct n pton h f dp et of the argument between D -
4 t "t emp att l"ad n.r. s of the garments of the boy, who an Nicoll, attorney for Howard
s. 8t 1Wa 4 Rt 44,000. Gt~l ibS ThOre w' bIlod doulGd ad Cj&aren J. Shearn, coun-
AH. te. i W blo. h~rom the oa et n it. T ~. t es s l tefor Mrs. oQld, were submitted
ti ^A _. the Methodsftooa adcscogmpany hMsthat the ata- monday to a9Wege Court Justice Me.
Mit a Mer', pal chkuh, t Pritsea tion Lou whr be a Call, and a to Is looked for in a
S, p.a. uy'sb dit adu aU number o~uotr sl*t "few days. This rent took place
Sio lUalaiu '_ ", ~ . last Thursday %at was on a motion
-- uIiN t LQOVIf by Mr. NicolU to taike out three a-
MU "AWiZ -. P.t ,legation from Mn. Gould'u bill of

,t, tpl .-AI. before the date set for hi wedding to
.... t. the apa ,I au t 1 the 1W Bluteth Dallam Brtest. the irmton Rewarded for Extinguishing
AM t t . t.t. ...Of .e .u..foU te deghter of a prolftteat LAU ille at. PFres They Th nmselves Started.
U.I .t, S MMQR Mdghsay lght. '1 seoIrd*ace with torney, Robert Horer, Ma of .Sam- Berllh. June 1.-- series of 3
t. a aw thi WWl rowers' program, the arrest ulI Horner. a Philadelphia multmill- Ares in 81ebenlehn. Saxony, ex'en -
.to .. .a youth for carryinga a banner lionunre, passed away at Noton Me- ing from 1896 to 1906, by which 63
y io, 4 taI.rt the Las rlption: mortal latruary here Sunday after house were burned, has been traced
S'm im d Mar ParlS. L 14O8 I Uv the soom. A carbanele, fo wsch he to the volunteer bride there.
tyi3 slo," led to IIrk* dissoores. bad bee operated upon, was the Certain evidence given in a loc&l
0" er one l*N 4 i t aa# Uthe cause f Oa, b"d polaonin d- lawsuit put the police on the track A
Sapeope repeatedly. Se- Tolo~g. the lnendiartie, and It was found
-ri were Injur and calo R asgU that deat was ear, Mr. that the chief traders and the artiUaul
y wr w 9 retod by releme Of Horme rested that the marriage and the buromaaatr were the beils
arIke 146' leader of the h t bed of pala, t was ialedt la The Iremea wre periodically ro-
lM eae. baa 'teIa dctmlar to wediok to Miss Burnett .dee yel wardetd for hl4 conduct for extin-
4 #the iUb atttja. yI ftng i to huw befa the ean ols. Ito itshlag ire wMok they themselvYe
L & K a e h Otip10 o^ bedewe .dt0 we. w a rd e a sew*a t that his aWA ataresd.
e aCM -, -lf th l Anryi broUher, Robert i ar. t ,e ,re of
SKIMhe 111 0110t61, -l to S -0poy ntAm e the t, ia l olm teAm, Mer:: ratie. ra of age S M ofa ---
S1,1 o teal $ iatWm. The mest eoapayr b baU jh his ltth. Petiler and Sheaking Death of Ala-
IIa"ryi4 er1hii2 b sMh t eMM. We *1ll r isla IAterts. bas Parmer.
les. a ope that t ill er 4ome ." Toy., Ala., Jule 12.-Jwn All1.
W .W a .. 'tngl- Ied In I ,epe Aoatm O ewas a well kaowa amter, was killed At
Rempleyst etse Sd*. THREATh AIAINST AMRICANS. Granite Falls. NiKa., Je ,.* *U bon@a oe near Orins.I a *n I P'"r
*t, JDowd, S n t edisn t- the pw O his. pw. a* l wr. He had bee working to
i'.lR $g tetigftta O r F PltaM, obute John Popuri, a& mmma9a of the %old Wa aUd arted to ride *
Nwayd oi I Iisa, N?. T., met dath by isewIuag mle hoe tOdlew. The mule e
itr Jn o. to t he Mmest v, a tla mMe t"righted ad when Mr. Al .
Ytia #c v~ ,,J 6 1-'Stle-ai pol. Pepmar. whe was a played a"Uppto tg jump, his loot cauSht 1
91ti i^ fhili vWft bail w by a aralvl upesy t*a hab how n the aeedM, aa to* mul r t j ad
WItj B a* a s A! lter -I *A.6b't a Mdge s as' pattr kl oee the wi rre d the was, tod.
'S ini1 '. s byW SM billiM V e stm er,. #d we t a M ?by'a w inWoW. but ti
,.~.itigi.es by fg.iede ?',- trat.vet teot ,attf a m As te o as avail. Mr. An-e soon no$
W, o w".- ai t de d the uoMeke. tram hs la.
Tpoea areis"A #se siespla'u4 wans bhis anm
Mt tirMW S ftge to wa i>t teI oe- sad Ne because 5go" f lp wam a srebt to J. M. Mo s whe str nk New Twa, Ja L.-Or Ro'
tyoi1107i.. Wt bates mun te water ',puVS% h a O to i s m wle*rst,
,ft 5t h4,br'L hAm Mot wAatab lap at )ew YPrreri4st I

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--ke gmgj -e --* ndatthe- rt ir f ~iew Qoa a t tbladeb Ast 4 deteleth ea heard the Ma- *T.e ,dta Juenae a 'U1a Th- ewmeral also re
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O ut of 0,Appeats, Whlhb
V.iki tatny dnd
oetanitise Laws
1'', T n ir Q^ l/5X'* The o' grsita, or theI
.W eudr No Lb7 7,lle examlnat ai" l e it pot l
eat of Pubie .i.... t. e s as ton A...
that he his.s s N of

S of appliesses t t *Sand Hi( Prof. BW.A Baml
Swhch my our third Wor Bake.ed,
nble before th a Missl V. mith, oae its
phesn harnish n I report to Superointendet J.

^OD Dr, Kelley, undW' tfti i~1' I 1 II. Il e1amination,: .ra conducted under
w ,bn. conducted. Whm 'X r m f together tfirtlt was.e t gTrae.
uperintenden forthwith noiit Kgdu mi.wa *n o Tho- o tailed pssbow.
cants that under has -o ever, need ot be d a as
ld they obee in sa r. thte provl are, on second gradet In
esi this county. Tese this unt.
Mt consequently took d. eb,. ORANe' t bst HadIHe Nt oi. -- -a-d
on the second day of Bee H Adthe Hy l a nd Relief and Cue

Dr. the examination. It I the Norml at tke v Will be Gurnteed.
red prison th .. Bud Wstlkes d dr breath bu n observance, n the thr
nder, and beforth wasith h th le spent Monda d ulty h breathn, r asking of u-
man, s teach under t t the eest o thro, nee not be disco raged, as
aid this ney be gro f of th . of e the prse ovloh are very stringe. t in

SMarion county, and these d- he two ile ps of Jim Ug., a soothing ou la blss and o-
rnt oennt Kelley. took th ther uncle, HI. H. ran, and aT th pne I m
v wrong in some p tn Orange HeltIn wth, June r 1th o
Sthe examination. It stted tt attene the Normal at take, have WI the Gumoat remote pd.
aU negro druggist at ollte ef tyou have catarrh with o alensive

ed possession of Archer's Oldest n some Mrs. Bd Wilkes a date beatarrhl, burmg pains ind oothen any Ithr-at
zer, and he was arraigned Away. He Le of With Us, ricultyon thereathing rbe isn theo muous
U The manycourt of the di o whch t Mrs. Jul Halloisla fo the nose tick.
that city is locunated, wher r eo Miss Dorothy mwe h of Arredodr ot Jalan ort d; and J. W. r eMck of the

htwoman, at Archer from testMle that ib the guest of Miss Min els eddy. throat, coutag spasms, etc., be n
peumonid this negro $15 bor tof the J. H. Pttron of lane vlle was the use tof eywame ll at once.A
Marion county, south t The to tte s of Jim gg, soothing oils asm and co

to Florida with his Parentr im 1860. He adYOd: CA R H
H leaves rregularityfe and was former thiisdren, areJapan a trouble enough of It TOe Our Prien-ailIdg properties of
perntes and two daughters; alsKelley. o thrown deve, H. H. Bran andam The ine s Its medaton d '
lli4 taken in with thhy air yand breathe a
to brothers p. ad W. AUKd tern Asa w t tt n tho mat it rnow ixed or the ost of Julypar
hylor Es ENOU"' by The Dtresptoryn k gans, killing lt
The full particulars have nd ot Ctl ehmlt n rrhal germs and soothing any odt
learned. Ban FrJapan Withut a Wr With Use ritaton there may some Inof the most ro
MrBauknight will regret to le reto des New Yor"k, June 1S.-"M dam c- The complete Hyonmel oeif the
athic city, could t vid tht we wi never ght Japan t $1.00; and J. W. M Col tys

'lh his brother, owhng to tihe Ilnes ft wao teIokMea
ight atwife her from mas ad whuld my lifete ime, T gand IitOI ought o pHW "e
eumonia He wa bor L- Intended to tpackagethat o ey will b rended

gIN THco MAunt, ouhIaR l on Monday of t oghlanval recently u l t tkr ualen others dtreht
t Yo COR. dynomitre United States navy, ls the se4positors, ald a n wi
September 4th 1848, and oved mn d te at statement the ote ight. a me lfo T w a
e leaves a wife and four children, apan has troUbles eolh of It les T Our Frie hands sd Patrons.d
Ssns and two daughters; al ownf t developing he Meharia and The closing of our king depart
Brothers, 3. P. and C. W.. and eastern Aela without attempting to ment is no ixd for the 5th of Ju l .
nhayor. by The Dutton Dank, a State lnstltu*
t learned. an Franaso, ~ ~ eon of th 1te ju tr il ad mn ged by some of the most
lM this city, could not he prgeant and with reasonable ba'smlnaa celitI adt vicinity.
ith his brothert owing to ~ ilns o tut was expected that th Interdees or
o his wife here. a wouldd1compleOe its case. f the rpisitsI*n the a. k al
on r" t be. jary attended to beglay. as jestga I si Co. will be t a astrred t
IN THE MAYfri de'of m, Monday of the arrival at h I. the w bank, stless otherwise dirct

wi, Taylor ab e The Ued Ra rads ba am the eiigewithoutchta or osersrup
u.l a.se it s a r men and the car e i bad os sary et. The m ew biak w iM
S ice m blameed the Uitd Rail roads. View warhd e pts and. all Weilr=i IapeIs

* atArer from g =4 a > prn>M|
Will Taylo colored layed t fc that the Shat's i u toe hodesst ors.ga
the layorls lewrt WIainM meag computlet0, It irs mate Gt iMe holding time sreats
arsng upon a chRrAe l abug e session of tbhe grad Jry wW. 0 be s aj vw i t le. re-s at
wife. andr thretesothg ft wigp r etr edt theUn ted as't tVale"t M' treat de, t r -e atis
Ior" with wher. es have gom tovy* Jury. IT-f -* e s w.
ftder heariasg Athen t h lba e it
1ke toFlorida with hiseartnts it ee1e r0.or
H Taylor was gaw a A Hfappe Mnf wlci 1den t
toe noale f t'a wag i W s h h t A Tis s | oortle 11S depa t
after payn.t f l beassternA sia batm a n, to i* belo
caTe of Appaueghavesn ot ye4 v S hai t Tr is a fewey Dtto ner wa ga-e
'e Ladies' d.S nFancisc, a I smWalel -: bantba
bh rch exteyCljdn tb In t 94 andwit Wr inuas a ltpyaWn Aui Sn
w* which er. do at a* m trim l I Ir. rise 01* dmb s -m
o thfi st. Al4a-a *- _mots *Gee A ** aso* WS. in ter eb ankatL).f
; in the Jrovemy It. A WVreen Ko b angSan. D" &to. e 0=se m
Mraised Yor 0 Maybftg" VW4tM* Jua. 2.-aI 0 S D t nsobg g ***
Softhmee fat sadt at DWt e lt sear t is
Is WW aD hee anady, a Mr. Ineas. ot the
,b r I rg"oo a Ab_ soase as ionsoftae. ws jiu r ad a pbe

tI ooe b7 OsIdlys a.w a. WV. 01 OsA" Mrs-
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Lb~avaft of Title and full hi takiabbised mjlglaeis# O
...'uti Our Manaspr is.4I.this O..e I logirt y.n
Is thoruughgIwo Iv=ant w I title.

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Staple and Fancy

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ver1y one should take a tonic a lB thw'7A
stem R.ot the inactive, i .,or life and
Mrwnter t~Ason. TI.e blood, beiugim this UVAni _C-_-
In lmnalle to furnish the body wt
acles~ary for the more energtic life of Spring a ad thea
sulfers from debility, weakness, nervousnes-s, In of
Ien the sy stem is this run-down and ldsotsde
to take unknown concoctions. Sarsaparillas, comil
usually contain pot;h or s*M other equally str. .
i lngredient, which acts unfavorably and often .undII I-B
ieakencd system at a time whe n it needs gentle and natuaBi
tlw off the impurities and ru operate its lost energy. 8.
a lly called Nature's tonic.- It is made entirely of roots, hi
fronm the great storehouse of fort and field, select for their
health-restoring qualities, and 4 It does not co:.tain the a fg
mineral in any form it is perfectly safe for youi:n or old. &T
directly on thtblood, ridding itof all impurities a:i; p oions, a...
the lost properties of rich, nutritive strength so that it i al)le to
System with the healthful, inviorating energy t uason of the year. Its action hi the most pleasant, pronp,; t and sat
of all tonics, and those who feel th nated of such a medicine will do
commence the uwe of 8. S. S.at oam 8S. S. restores lost enerry,
the tired, wort.-out feeling, helps e1Akpetite, aids digestion, and add&
sad vigor to the system. TIB iW SPECIIC CO., ATLANTA,




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PurI6~ ~,. ~ ~ ,.4,0;ft~ts his trip aroud the 'World
Ow 6p UVisit to aLnU ntms.Tb*
cempftwisa. .Iplvef$bw&ook travel ever wulttem.
Uv OqO2" t am .Supur ThenoPoo&leaft -waltg for IL The
SMKRft UpittopVol. Ofmaro'sbwveft .060 ltPRBIS a
fit ~ ~ 0 608010"upe~uiB ofats* t o 0Verwa~llng andJIM*
the ~ ~ ~ i INS 91 1 1P H THOMPSON PUBL14WING CM.
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Forida 's Mi neral Spring
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titKAFII4UST NZI AL 5SP, SI~ N 14,09111'A.
Never overfow Rfe athlor ounsot Ibe .grpuomped for b *nd &W e.&mir-.
tiam. Dynalf,e~& and ffidrte 1Oorou~et kiai jb4iftae an park. c *.:nii
rogine pine land.
Now botol mod Pow flnrelti~e. Mosesant ~ed3Sft ,tbeb)fare. Rooms % 1, 11 1"
well veauilated~Ai ilbted wjsh rvs.. fen-tout pores argmn& tne Ious.j.
Te scenery is amuaimmisod Is Clorlds. Lswgebothb ouse and latre bath-ro:'
oulta: Sob" sea lide. wprU6 -boards or walk ai sodeptlL t4Ja0% Of a.a k ID N11 W
Situated four mile. from Apopika. an Sesboitd Air Une m Riroatl wbere SaI* w
Iesm to*$ to Spriest, Rates;$Ia da.;.%Raweek. apeolil rtes to parties. 4.,.''-.
who furalob their own suite, have one b&06. Iowa, and dressing-woom perldlay fie'...>t
090=9106gtI~owu h Wtloovapb uand towns.
MweEL A. I& R. 3.will eell ooud4rlp tickets hfw0oh tosu %Apopka for $2-5 gotod
WEKJWA $PIING$ COMPANY., Wokiva(Cloy] Spri ngs, Flork

The 'Oldest-WhIfskey. House, in Georgil

"N" fell WU $3.$3.
4009 CLEEA4
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lt $5i3 aL .r; $L.50 64
.or V cents tf five

Wkotices in loot fWNS
inertion. and 5 cents f lae' U
'ator display dver ftbli-e

W Twicej'.Week Sun tis -
PI per, published Y 5
dby. ad couta d all
k local, State and gIM). 1 r '
oild, postage free, to say
or Canada, for $1i.00ay
idnertiling bills bmi"cs W
of advereCni-let,
ted I contract. fui s. ,
be rMquiRd to pay fo tgh *

The Rev. Mr. Long i iat W i
ln person at the Whitem tor'
apology he feels 15 .Ia l .p
Pat Crowe has ban 84die by another jury. Mobt
Pat could break into ae pri MIie bQ
ted to.
S'Oblo Democrats Hopeful,"' ass a
headline in The BaltIbore BIu. .It
been a long time smoe'Sth weft
1, however.
-I -
Having Invaded a Chicago packing.
Gen. Kuroki doubtless under-
ds now that there are even worse
than war.
Cartoonist Nast's famous ripg of
lfters pointing to each other would
well apply to the present situa$ I
in San Francisco.
The case of the Dampski baaotr.es-
vs. Rotterdam was recently 1
in Holland. A case with I bad a
llDing and a bad ending. a
The Irish are threatening to boy* (
all goods bearing a portrait of
British lion. This in a new way t
d twisting that animal's tall. I
An Ohio man has been twice struck
It lightning, and. as we uiderstahd
L. he never gave his neighbors rea.
|a to sus;wect that he had a bank* f
Wtng for office.
A girl at Pittsburg got out of her
ed1, took a slat from her bed, and t
ashbed a mouse that was annoying
br. You don't have to beleyo It i
m" you want to.

- ow that Mr. Roosevelt bIh takebh
[t the role of critic perhaS It t
Mid be well for Mr. Clevelad to t
ha over his revises when lbe rit .
^ intg on fishing. '
Priu are on a higher level thas
y have been for seventeom yira,.
SiBg to the bureau of abor. W t
ld to know they aroa the
MI, een if it is higher. a

What a great world this M be," tl
ets The BalUa e Amerleam, '"It
hh eboy. a1 ole i Ueri

8 rOuer ften iws the 'yO 1is
tlible for him to ha a.

Q ltlie to see the

*~7makng' pr.pu...

W Maing--

of ct the makImr
1a eso%" adh
Ilend sWoug ldIne" ?SM

d ~tohe w

u mo n
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there Is the Bugheh
lf t and O-

eith alach m"railr,;4 40 la
A* ,* coming km**4 W ore
rieatd tlotl tara bt t oer ,

a .tte a ole t a nd i ,th e acrtf.

Sk tids oOf amof iorranot" r; :pOI
taon tle;iaI At e Onw inIt t bhe
htiathemn refost t ah iptine ttuoh
ith on wthe the tra rithab*o44;in
r tojpU? hasobeeng kotew*d oust
t tad;lto t the &st a4d woer
eto o~tli jeocr I ther t oh a athe
r"ssu sul; In South Da.
ors the Olble and Kitrds fac-
tihs re peart hng for another death
laiwae; lin lowf rthe Cu m a ndft
aitl -Cumins rini are opponlig each
other on whether tle tariff shall con
ubIte to sheltr the tiusts and who
aioasucceed t* i l*oastB e tor;ibe n
Cliornea the HuTriman roalroad ring
has the party by the throat and there
s an er of corruption and grafting.
with several, prominent Republicans
n danger of indictment and covic- i
ron. e In fact the UStt l where the
Republican party insunited are the ex-
oep on at and t Is almost impossible
o name one where charges of graft-
ng and rottenllness are not openly I
made by some faction against no-e
their faction. r
These Republcca n feuds are disgust- S
lag the honest voters of that party I
ipd it is evident that It will be more t
&nd itore difficult to get all the ele- t
nenta necessary to sueess combined
n whoever sto nominated. The bit-
trne. engendered will also affect
the nomination and election of the I:
oc ietia, and there to where the
Democrat. wlll have a great oppor- li
unity In some of the doubtful States c
and Congressional districts. p
But to tae advantage of these dif- a
erences among Republicans the Dem- S
crats Maut unite and while cleaving *
o the essential principles of Democra- tl
Cy can aford to compromise or lay n
by their disagreements on policies un- c
t they have defeated the common

The pereapita distributip of wealth
n this. country s reported to be
1,310. The fact that John D. RockeL
slier has cornered the vast majority
f the per caps somewhat deumts
reom the exceeoding to that tm
light be expected to aroA,
How can the tariff which protets
he trusts be "revised down by I.
O lidv The priapal frtios of
e tai ar-the tts ad the Re
alow poI elaa who pamtlipet,

Ma* W, waaI hO,+
Mhm te s3 the waleng.

As erIr we Nsl W destroy f

Sm* *e ierm..e Awhest-
inisv d m ei1a nb W 6thes

" dto Brbemebe MaWsseg

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O.hitr ei tbei lT
The News.
re nead to

aber of petit



an being. throughout the
County tos",0a6M.obt house
k Thua I a & A4 evacybody
In the ... 't to 'se
a good l o oa ol
this kind 1M'F ,bi "tmea.
Daily o
the lower Coagt
twenty care f foreign T t wil
probably b ireter. istUyear thanb
ever beforis merely strode
Ing a del fi= ht to thoj&
ands of ps1o06 who mevOt had a
chance to It before. When tie
foreign de d once begins to gro
it will be it to satisfy it wit
acreage .de to thil fruit The
future of pl ple culture l go t,
The domet omlsumption its iaam
Ing every y4, while the fre
trade has yi hardly passed the e
perimental a. W it wilt be malrW
when it is own that the pineap
can be sh across seas llsu
fully.-Tlm too.

The papers orth and South re
teeming wlt h comment favorable on
Senator D an)l an available can
didate for iwdent. Personal opim
Ion has &als been very general
quoted on t*l same subject, of whlicl
the stateme* of Porrest W. Brown,
a prominent lawyer of Charleston,
W. Va.. is a ir sample: "The Sen.a
tor can haf the delegation from
West. Virginia anp time he wats it,.
for West V tnla lII In the South
again, as far as Its realization that
Senator Dai* would make an ad-
mirable candidate Is concerned. It
nominated, l*a.ould run very strong
n the State, tor he is regarded as
i clean and, ,ble man and a repre-
ientative of bath the old and new
South.' He would run strong in my
part of the ftato. We should like
o see Senatir Daniel nominated for
he PresidenSy and the tariff re-
'ised." .

The flrt of the power of the
interstate commercee Commisilon to
control railroad rates under the new
aw has boen decided In favor of the
ommisilon by the United fltates flu-
reme Couft. The eae Involved an
advance aIn rates on lumber from the
oath to Ohio river points, and the
uimisslon issued orders forbidding
Lhe enforcement of the advanced
ates, which the court has now do.
Ided were unreasonable.

A scientist has diseovered that b
Its carry disease germs. but we al
ure him that we need no information
I that kind to strengthen our do.
mramtation not to stop any belleta
I we can help it.
Owlmg to a mistake of the UlagIis
ae, Tsa people will have to ge
Ithot a drink for tw ty day. That
11 gIv the Texans a eh a to 4i
ver that it s not aa IaposetbiOy


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Gale, h~eLatpe MusclineLs..
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mts a free duulatna of the BlId. giving t*e

reie temSalaie o Iam

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People all over Florida: see the Atlantic Coast L
"Purple Yolder" for schedules to the Jsmestown J1
sltion 1'wo daily trains each way with through PI
man Buffet sleeping Cars.

Reason sixty dayp and fifteen dayeslimit exuI
tickets on sale daily from April i9th to Novembet'
at low rate&

Coach qxcursions at very low rates

For further information see your neaest
agent or write

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0 P. Lev=, Agent, JsobsmvIli*. Fla.

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Car at Loe Arige"e4~111
Completely Owl'.
Angeles,Cal. Ju m11..
0 a man and a WomW*. V
Iaatatly killed *Ad4 U
"m n o" or ImUe*~~
hlafy when a city WOW 't
As Los Angelems railway jimaged
buck while rounding a abaip UWe
C~lorsdo and Center streets 4A
evrer cUplftl Ith, amar Ws
aat a high raw. of speew. he
*006olyx Burrougha. On" W.'5
i.. cal.,
D'mierick Vent, Anples
'1tlul y Injured:
Sreen bookbrekcu. 161 ed
11yl; will die.
Pftsglmfe ot ~bs"~ e
Vt~ille, Ala., JmWue .-Jb. 5.
&UPOR aged St ran. 04 et-
Safternoon at M s .'s 1046

6iamss no "awe
Isthe Ubrty Daitt &Zu85m
04me1brsi lkmestWNsW

(9"tra 11paw 14"i 1110
iwg uJty In e f a Mteq
Uii was fom a jugtisPu
KOf I be Madison Collo t3 ~ i

Of b tfla W ut
lmbts and a" aft t"so
fowll 1., be

speo St ,ft

1bfed WOIN7MmeQeS
Iftewlh is a tr aho
of froad ht sl
tern, t ~ he ~t advag.
,phbix b d be P1 W SN&
ahusa e" wbift 10 O*&A M

Of %we moat 4a
tIyith set. 86Uby drug.
4mestna out-4ollar sbzes
'a saempisbattle uad a
idls -*.I.

wuAdrMu sr.,
x Y. -When ifSt
usbetion thlkp~ don't
~~ t5tk8, i amwne
us R~g$Is.%

SpeocI~.of 1 lotem- rM-Law of the,
ftft of WeetminIte.
'Lo i4,du Ane* 1l.-4AM1OOJ'dl9to a
~y pubU~ed Itere 'LISy Arthur:
r5v aCster-la-law of the duke
V,~ Wessohister. the wealthiest duke;
"1a kgma~. s~vellAa ab thet
a~r a a sg~ f y4yfr
trvtA!h*1 toW*Rshaewl Islike an or-
4185*? ~ Villah It~b loUto for,
~1e, ua9 bqiof It muaii' *t* efry-"

Y'Qfsreuvque .b*owLplaying
pvignow Mae7. Shefts isw~trav-
*dimg through Ozfbrd~bqre. -910 gets
I'* St 6 O'd~oeli VerA-mt-*, ooks
tier own broskfetm a emily take.
* MA'~dSt OTI~e~.*. 5*MaY'pos
Iiwrit, 4 book OR her Nurinrenoes
Is tbhgy~py 'its.

Paon Dead In Hit Sumy.
Wahltagton, Ga., June 1s.-4. C,
Diea. 0110 of the most pronlmaeutit.
IMlMe Wilkes county. died stden-
ly Monday morning of heart failure.
Ig* Was found dead In his buggy In
whilh he hbad started out to his farm.
Mi. Dyson was a successful planter,
Member of thie county school board
and a coonspeuous member of the
a1st Wilk"s Club, an organization
composed of the most successful farm-
ean of the oouty. He was viev pros.
ident of this organizatlon and was to
bave beea elected president of the
club at their Brs# meeting of the year.
to be held this moAth. He was about
65 years old, and ervet with distiso-
tion In the oaouederfte inuya'riag
the war.
May oi e Toft IN PM&i 0 t.
New Yomrk. ew U.--f state-
Wet of Mrs. Ayrse, Vtf Of Lieu-
%Want oo01oel Ctharl 0. Ayree, U.
*. A.. ia which sh spoke6f o the See-
rettry of war's letter to bet htebuand
forbiddbla her to trespass upon the
r eriation In West Point as *so In-
sMtaln and despiesble that I will sot
ree-t or sbow It" and which She
S i sbad ptt oed ta the hands. I
J wyo s m WU eooalderedn a Int.

s dt as s ras en* ne** e

s_ ...a. the P stere ashe t *.-
eto tclA w ares Taft I sth

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qoA k eI ma nel bg eMt tnew t

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Benefient epidemics are scarce, but nsubch a e has struck GainarSill~
and people of every station and occupation haVe the fewer.
It is most interesting and instructive to s*tdy the oa0)alUy ohangxaI
line of applicants for Pocket Banks as it Aes through The uns buaiW
office. There is the mother, bringing her dauter with her and secu
bank for the girl, Suother for herself, and iu!!ring anxi ouly whetlW
may have another for the boy who is ast wo he receive it promM
Boys come'--some are steady, serious.fo ohaps who have
think on their own account, and who ask q os about the
the scheme whioh show the results of rubbn ap against the wV4 7
Then the High School girls and boy, A *Wd aotlv, whili
a n and businem mas "slip in" during the e hour to get a&
oyp or girl at home, after saing one or two inlMng questions
theree is no joke abqut the 25 cent&, .

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UNfor Sale at 0.4

,lJoanofGPare". ;
in the city eu *
~,Uof wae& Vabt
.Ain the Wcit
e'Thorns ssp$
op with relattveeIs er

&raam is seandxiag a 00
sesperatlflat WesthWe

Harper hasb goe Ld
points in South I 4ilb 0
Ward of Mioanopy WI~bt
nent business svilttol0 ft
Maultaby, the brick
Campville, is looklg
in this city.
Thomas has returned A f
where he has een on bt'a
the past two days.
Phl er, the naval etorm Oper
Grove Park, is spe4blft a
Sto with his family here
Ruth Doll and Anna BDti.
Poe to Micanopy to apeod a
Switch relative and fried.
N. E. Tidd, the profeeitMnt
let yesterday for AlehUa.
she was called on profteglepli

Nartl., the market an of
rinms, after spend ai lday
an this city on bialnes, re
Sto his home yesterday.
C. Morrison of High sta
11 brief but pleasant visit to Dr.
SJ. H. Alderman in this city,
to her home yesterday.
SL F. Lamb of Worth gton
I arrived in the city yesterday.
ill be here for a day or two
guet of Mrs. Syd L Carter.
C. Duke of Trenton, the black
I adl wheelwright of that pro
0I town. is in the city attend-
"te sslon of the circuit icrt
W Lowman of Raleigh was la
I yesterday. On his return h
opanled by his s tMt4-law.,
lan" Mott. who will resaats
ht as a guest of her later for
It few days.
h rannie McIntosh ot Itex,
lesant vIsit to Mr. ad Ms.1
e has trd o s tu
m issB Mclntoe as to at
Scounty' mot p^sp 44
5m young techers-. /
Im Lawrenee of Cap sile, a
* employ in the coopera,1 60.
"It of P Baker, the naval
Soperatr was in the, a y p
li Hie raearled as Om ie to
" npre, of the Stat. ,
SR,., hasra

I t, >~ w, or. "m y

7 *ta Ob *NN a

soup.,wo m

k **T *ee. *

ao e n r uo are

So at andnge at th e itmtt

C .IVt 16rMeUM tl. be
HI A4n of aatpvle oe oft

S al Mber '0 mpany, l reft ye

M Uses and lter.O iste

r Wnlswill!bW t wsombillofe
lq *A shto otthe tom potG e
t |e-te for a few *ays.

DM. J. AD vidso of Hiho Sle tok
a the Voilty o faour theIt he o tetw '

v .lla. Aree,. 1i raiteene, The,.
Ohi* t
SM; Davdeon of High r

hree day, ern to his toe y e
"Good Iow" to lakemaking is
*i*ply a matter of Choosian hIlgh
.dr extracts. lueo Ribbo
or vanilla willO alay pyo pert 1

Miss Oladys ke. the charming
UtUt sister of Mrs. J. R. Merchant,
has returoed'te her home an Jacksona
ville, after a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
Merehbant here.
Wa. Adams of Windsor was trand-
lng In the cit yesterday. M. A&*
States that the farmers in Nos eptiou
are getting along nicely., but eaoplalm
of the continued droght
C. D. Dennits, the clever an efl-

to attuon iestery, fter is few
days peat In this ity with his
Sand oa bauasess.
Mma. J. A, OCosst t Dmmaelio 06'
re Is a theaw ety yeeteeyiaad will
bte here for the ext few ays.
saa get o" 1 rotve. Mrs. Oby
hOnerly dried at Micao. a60d

I. 1 *adoeI iof FairSMnks was
bit T*WAvD bawling amp Sto
ttiMieral af MrI. M. W.
Ieto uo Mr. B1etweo was a
va' 5 red ofete Sm"%erooeBs. and
th 4eiee d ftis 0dable tady at*

W i- wu pA tfew

Sft hi as
em^^* 1170 tam, is
W-6" eet a-r e, m m~

hegheo-mw~ e--5j|. sad -

.u h the co f ty

~ ewietdwt

at or elo k

S. P. Hall, u l extesste traoker
SROddpk, wa4A the city yeeter
asa arrange*
aBr for pla Oaughter lo the
stbler normal dA t sot school. whiob
at A e oeld atermelonq this
Aty-flv. tin and expects
twenty twestyfve carn.L
atl his, llpment yeetw .
gole to i commissioner
OfA tb Cummer a*bi r Coxapany. toft
Pteor4aa for T and erpotats
on bs laess. tr.- tkrt wwho
la V hery promait Shriner, has re
boetly turned ai representative
of torid e (bein ioa of three) to the
mperitl Council, A. A. o. M. 8., for
NtOtM Aerica4 th wa held at
Lot A 1e4on, ai 0oat of which he
has promised to ftIv The Sun for
SW. r. Sadler .b thit City write
from Richmond, ,.Y wh erhe hb
bes employed operator In the
ofe-vlof the W otn Union Tele.
graph Company, t he has been
transferred as s of an office
at Thermond, Va., which is a
popular summer neort near the Ohio
line. Mr. Sadiur who wa" formerly
employed in Tapa, was in the
Qalnesyile off%*e or a. short while
a" relief to, Operator Pendarvis. who
was on a vacation. Mr. Sadler ex-
peets to retrps to lorda to the fall.

Chkp"Wt Store on Earth.




We have just received a
aice shipment of choice
patterts Prices strictly

Iron Beds
An mu=a cooler in the
Summer than wood one.
We hare a magnificent
line and aow is a good
time to p/tchase.

Soes Shoes

Oas 8 Department
oaRntu lOmegood thinp
for. 4Women and
Ca Try us for
yot~feSp~r. We .W
u4e ad* s be
sale got full ,
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that served at any fountain.m J
the prop amount qf the
a wyrap i od; just the p
id t ed to carbonate theater. P e
tavor a purity is all there, because
the ~tt ed water Is used with the
Cola steilied bottles. Keep
b W aI joyou refrigerator, and drink
Sthe ottled article wherever you go

A sfWavillte L4dge Nb.

IO, 3IiP.0. Z.-Me
In Ezks ooiHoo. Vios#t
I" brothers o~dIa~f
v*Ioomt-'d A. W. Telpi
)e*i' D Der.s pust (rac 4 Eahted
Suler, of 8s, Auxavelia,. will be pQs,
ento. ~illmemaber should d be presemV..
S.6It Omm, 3. R.;I Da. J.M. D"i,

atetimable Lady of Pairbanks Pe14
Away In This City.
Mrs. M. W. Scarborough of
banls, lked twnty-three years.
at the O4 Fallows' Sanitarium Tusi
day mc tas or typhoid favor, aftel
an illtnes'at about three weeks.
Deceased was a daughter of Mr. and
KMr. A. J. larap, and was born li
Alabama. She had been In this sme
Uon of the ooutry only a shonI
while. She was a devoted Christlan,
a member of the Congregational
Methodist Cburcb.
The funeral was held In Evergreea
cemetery Tueeday afternoon, Rev.
Those. P. Hay of the Pinrt Presbyter.
Ian church offileating. The remains
were followed to the grave by bereav-
ed relaUtives sad friends, where a
most impressive pervioe was held.
Deceased s smrvlved by ber par-
e~ts and husband, to whoa the
amrpathy of the oopUmnUlty is ex.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Oolton and
Dr. and Mrs. J. P. MoXintry, Jr..
who left this city a few days ago for
Battle Creak. Mich., were eDpposed to

.The C.ORtinentq


IN611 to Posteseiw)

,S~merApril Ilk we 1Ill
46f k~eSweof $4 pit w",

COLD 331118 OF ALL 1l

09ffeethe bees. Irer~lbledl 'A
Diet. eamnsquokekd so ou4*
for sporism.ew
"O00TWSZ A.Y ,Pud 4.1

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have reached their destination Sea. S
day afternoon, though nothing has .u
been heard from the party. Inforuma T O !*. m A ImIa
lon received from Chicago st Iated If' i W 1 f
6hat Mr. Colson, for the benefit of S l
whose health the trip was made, was VON alIP5 i9e
resting nieoly, and in fact felt already ,9
improved. Mr. Coleon will enter the KVY OW AKW .,
Battle Creek manitarium, and his1 We I mi. L CI t> a
asue frienods throughout the ailJ
NW* trust that be will soon cor 1
plitely recover.
J. C. Goodwin, who has been t in
cty for the past A" weeks. left rw. fl ID M
teday for his home in Wegt 'Le kase fte S U
Ind. He expects to take his t 4s asl4IA .O U1
ret., however, visiting the Ja m41
tows expition, Richmood, W.
tI= &6d other points. Mr. Q .sftb
ownM esonlderable real etat Isn tb A l
needei, maW was bore loobf e t
,ae. e to w ul ple we t
pi development of 0"lMft 1 W. UNON0
"ad se entire ecton. sNd preA e se
to Join his friends asin early ti e f'
C .W _r

J. a 0oode h"s rotmrad ow
buslmesstrW to To=^sqbwhee bo bS
ben lokwng sitar hi.noeaft"

lie. PeepMLonlssTher Uwmqo.
By, iGOaOSa ft aW"a#NohPerm;
bl; Y stwwWg It S0iis 000 W
Gas; by swing ft "-W ibis at
a"h5 by t 4"6" imemsou
and 'b;, "10 O In* Me
Wmose. ad ""WON 00the Mugs
How Peepl"" eWs TeirWee.
bask.CM Osads htWe b" ftur
assriesgak t tso "0wh bMow* to kee


,,smmv mg o h 1,0

Wit rt rpop.
1ee 0 faVws g
as. a "Hodo" Omama
.Aw -mobaWON

kokwllllo _C"G-Cola Bottlino Co~lo

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the. vmf ~ tieisee5o,6"a We)-

01. ,66 6'. o tjloxt0pg itASt
essehed by the. fapner ofth~e o1q
0"0I 04't. 604 willbe blifrs-

Nooo ~aluatds i~ve to Yet A.n"
UVSW)SThe: Cagido. *W iver steasv*r'
0 .)O*turadE ot4W oa its side, to -lIV m00'
bad The b& -~;1948gat, 14t her' .
~ w~ ~aWued a~t I6,44 .-~
Thetot aebl*a frmom he cods'
ty eourt boose, theo MetbodI4spbfto
ApHW* pal abmh, the Meek Pits O4"m

or "Ui .mo A R112 t Ir,~ii

~~Ta ~ W : t kaftywhs ~0 *e sumh, I&Abaoorftace with
10 VvrnY t r gm lt etauat s ~~the wine grwers'p wctam, the aWrest
ar .edto Ado am* t ow n, olyO& f aitsth lot oartIJaAbanner
iiured. It. ive.",ueDM#bum* tI~ h s fabctIO
bliJI~PSP 01M~m' n al orecoe~ *~isaad Si M~tlIPas. ,Long LUve the

~aaae00*mu. 1thas vlota4 #aut" *very. m u mtis "eWerq~e plltC outadthey
Zsa T0004AtHk~s ws bWt. lbrem sao 06chArgethe POWeople ratedfr, Rev-
i shw big so$- vdu *0 Wbe 4am$& d oal pewas weWre.sd u
*is Uies -.16, JaW i aa moy d v9*weted, 0"t esigreOw geby, the N"MAe
out .62Vee qr bout befoosf WONerevivd. ~
to $mald i.40011 .cAw- "MRlt Aibeft, the leader.Ofthe
A ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t &"q"II iu~ate ae btlkmeat I has Ile"arne a rvar to
all **a. on, meteomnintteee "InvThang Mimi to
-ANINW VWie let V take -gAmlei etift, ft iOk**M u
Sthe Ismp~te is0901 il49 SbpAigylleft
~ emmittee, as*t a4,Owem bwpass-
4 ;Fthe Th- lawul means, aMOW

~ ?e~I t~jnerhour boas"otyet eome. ,We iWIl
~~te p~ 55 t g i.. Ope that It Will asyletooe1."

SIm aw af h i ~ mpm kleyeZZ I &aa.THREATS AGAINST AMERicANS.

S -t


Invsti~foby Csusmodes' Pvllama
"elWay ofu unbeet Moelleta
bd&, *ame Puert corte, 3aduorU. Iin1,
S ~WsY a ho f via MmorlassomAm$ 1*-4aft
P, smit ter adtem f "W vows &pleth* km~migs, aMe-
uskSw b hour, *Vubmt *e eS)'?Ainf eihterki. theSo 4artMr
toaj~tblriea. #h- lars, to theA* I sagfatbnbMO W alaa
dess0d thmips mg5tbohowsBisd ~.sS""hvecum"e
dws" y- 6;an &m 1vslwV= sby CommaiM WWJ
w~ma tiegist bumoe
~Uuu Micel 8a Usise alaes ms
ANNA" I aiieeinad tg, d tj.

of" ut ItA -10.*-braeta e erI ~ ae
ma, &rut" of lbs torJ.sM.

VI- aW .#A$ Fs a lus"Mm.
*A q~t' la,
L"UI out b

esI ver hsbeIhl h

Pllv da S Ma~b~ola borer, -*bo,
.11vog., ;fft-I-A in at"r, boar '.41
the kanivvCe ia body threumb *eA- I
bor4o4I 4sn't'. 14 % amtht bua.-
- thvA %.same dincoo
A*&,t~ hp r4m of hUS 6boa h

400.4Stu irE~ebw&.
Iwk w as 1*0 4el
and' Mel awr mo % toahr to t A.
oft Ovsoit Ib- -m, *Was-rti
tJop ~.ouaeo, wb~webe am" oolo-

(i i P"aLo Q r I6

Wtoms y 0 ftbort H Swesq0"tor am-

nel flbrier. a PiiU09kla tmul tmil-
Mlastro, passed wsmeat al.Nok "Me.
6ouW al isma bore Omday, iter-
IRoft. A Vdrbwalde, for vWh be
b"d boan operated upon. war the
"aW of "at, bio-& polsoloU b 4.
Itallug thAt dAh was m"a,
morot requmed tuat the ari(Sg

we.Akt4e .bwe~vmup is"
cwelo* WMis 3sroadtl mom Ova

4='W wig*-~t j4 ?mm.-h
$s wber s w mmi, are et IbOwehi
1491"r 1 iLbeuo Snprar t a", as
Ynhe Wioe"d bvaa. U4cw&'as-8
mast oomaay hers, 5In. h"Ms fatk.
ikor to Warsaw. i~C
Enoiu.le A oe, Aeimemut Ddm

ht ed I nathetowest ms pta-
hute Jomb pma, mt mi maut
s. Rf. T., edeafthby & mlmoag
he~ the Mlms ~t Al est. Is
pet. %*"so hEb was emvu
by a uarWWlval O ss Wmy asbe
"e"t" ere, anai01 dat I Wesk
Ia the nva ie "W oWW1"""
60. utv, 0" rnj hebad

lop" A* vhe
the OastVr NO
hiawit u urn ~

adWO N


A^ *)

al was Jue 1l.m

So00,000 YEAR

O is Quoted as
, Cotuld Not and
kl Mrs. Gould's

w that Howar4
t. hle advisability
! #t for sepera.
.SuoCh an action,
II00 the chances
&InB a court do.
O.0000 a year.
* friends is quol.
. Qould wou;d be
A suffclent 6um

p pa wwife, but That
p ld not enter-
a Quarter of a
H tat b Mr. Gould
wouMealM give his wife
$100,000 '' and felt sure
that MrI. ~~onsent to set-
tip th l ]"it s,l. although
Mr. Gould 0 4 d so directly.
lrtfe at lit between De.
Ilmay Nie;-t7!, y tor Howard
'fOoM sad B,, Uhearn, coun-
ad pr Mr. ere submitted
6 6 It Justice Me.
*1, l-4 a l foked for ixi
w datias, lis II, took place
*i T rtdt O" a motion
? 1 td *t out three al.
imsl5g u M G. Oould's bill of

nrli's "UTIW for Extinguishing
.PIWlnh e'T M vy Started.
bertA1 J1aM 12.-A series of 23
Jiro la slehb leahn,,faxony, exlend-
tna from 18 to 1*,tW by which 63
hboses were bBanet,'lba been traced
to the Volunteer brigade there.
ertala, evidesee givi in a local
lawsuit put the pild on the track A
the lanoedlarie, aM4 It wa found
t.kbt the chil It"iS~ and the artisans
ald the brglomstf were the heads
o1 the oplIIS
The *tyea wqif ^riodica~lr re-
t44 t hta d ir e fot or extil-
kAitiotes whs the y themIselTs
tI" staltl ..
PeflMer d i i peath of Ala-

T' ,roy, M.,mp 1,--Ji &Allen,
a w" Was killed at
tagg a pecu:it
a03Mig. g'I g working g'
tile SeMU =to ride a
IghM 0I 'the a mulo be-
@me tdoA Mr. All0
att np ,i t*oat caught is
0 'o4nes01M f m ranslad

ahlt"igbs but f
a. m.I. Mr. oses espirid
team htis aln. -a--

:lb relt.

a a d.


up a
witg. 35

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oil Wll A00M.
9 low *5 Ni o.st.'A I* W
(or beln 4~tkn
-~ wANuISIs 44,041 Masonic__hall.
wh1pshhe, od t b.a N he FUL;S PR

was*$I one.1, aqds U OR S3D
,-AweV. I *&PO*01 i 0* AW Of W WUW.' heli S k
Am"~ ~vsih
4641 of *Jkd IHARD, AR. I
*h. 4~*m of*V" ** "911r.
the la st .)Ibs Onlbs 3False
butt lowem .. older
~~ 1st ~ ~ a" obefthe"W e b-'the Ibs s
Q. C. Griest. VA m oassme b" 4

b"s d wep J W. UamuIm&bIkS

mlotor b Uslg nOS~w served_____
: 4ra u c U W 1 3 Il m


a new day-
7 -simply a
aoa health
*gus. at a

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-A'KW l ided~

rM & CO.


Whiskey Hiw Goo
e m a e a s .,, -- '-S .
Bftewemtf ooor^. *'"-
^^^^^^^^^-^^^^^^^P ^^^y^ /* TI ,.

Pb ,

J~ cow~on bed $e Nh
Naw amins$sm a um lavae o
Iw PS.hrmsbt th






$2.76. Four

full L43

toI I q6S
lV n 0%

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A Fine

dno goo

A ,

l oer the
ue**: ut*-^g

sal ,"

satd to

bring .- 4
lot athlete
rs at* *f~tl

due tdow
jko~~1 AfW^

t-l. = dt the
, sti vT7'


aegro by
who was
West lnd, f i
Sheriff Oste.s
been ch I t
This Is b ttt
and there o
authority la4 l
an arrest of ti a bd
violation, as tf". am n
border on M0
as peonage. 1M
been aade 4 tlM
from the a
county, and there *s bas Vs .
turned to the iR o i UfsIlned
"crime." :
The ofrlo S Vav
had nothing to 4* e 3e, f
their than to Aur-
tiWus of t he Ai
county. At s1*6
maid that te
even aware ft
themmea.t .1
tim to m t

bom t* n


ba 0

t 3

Asiftb 41,0sods obb -40'k

teris flaito t i- vs.a. pe*,
royainrn disdw 7 h
Do A. I*4 0,smhWoo-ev

by V k WI

'W"ilLay Past wo"
0. " Oa" m.v k-1011meaday
wStwo ta wbwo the wi ema"No

dogwdb. e

40W. Wd4P"0 W
fop a aw.m #A soo" aluem

60 -N -4ied4 e-o
0 0,04daibb WO v 6

50. wi ~ *6 ~ 410"

$mo mad f"Gw
law x~ *


as AWthe ltroetpa Feaft
46104 ad ~hogt'.
t~hom atpoint AItsot9

el *laIty?. or vest Celk"~
for ifi past d.7 or'two
IL dog whIsh borne #.ty
~1bebin, 111.ted' with
The onin.wauderld

wbm tW" as *0, te lit

ots Qrhat lt hpo

t P@ AIMS id-gRL
I -
~na~ ~Is a small, bm",rt Aw

bblil'or bo i

"Pormer 6s entoOndt eFlorida'

t~t o visito slluto
Oeiuesv* at- f t was, Rev.
Frederf* -Finp '1kv. Oak, editor
of Tkt*' rImq ftr~ImntinAdvoo&t4
and me wd sw melt eQment and
,loost*Mr. ~o ppdabos it th~e
stow ~io pultit ofa. the
that Mebt odabofth Itsiday, mom.~
wg find, ft, t to I* and aypr
ciutlve sgr las ?I I'. .
'~. D.Pam Was for .~o tin"m*sp,
.I06pad=Otof Zst il *MgWlAtt
fgt.* athl~, 'during Irblei hmtisithat.
poo mlj?5is S9 omw is ei
D' .40 Nobles.cts
amad !~Tbq Eva ShnsN

Mr. )la X~eq aout sixty-A'.
t..iiq.t l ie th 0116.*d Gatsbe hoa
Od Alik mosmollk 01011nVldmy MOIL
04648M dwas pw-ud t a sweet
0"" s 4as dloslt t, aadwasloved
(w bwr calle- Mwbred Chris
tip trIts M w a -a mmber of
~e S~tlst hureb .r

thV funeral wshqV"X
URSA", and the I mt as v"is
woope esmotori. ,i to tbe
310eofeV.. he a*

t i V th flsedut t rb thNo v. mvLs
-a~o 94et IVY. IhW 1.3 sIctb

'4re. qasr be. ktlU d l
b~~inma.'.~~ stlot 0.1.bi~oidy 3sohbn




Or' For cool cooking


-the ideal stove for
kind of stove will do.
there rism and fully i
n aearest ag




work mW d I"aa

Dorn 77 TTII
d, bge o eat;1
OA. Az yor deap

W borlutily ulObeld.
Wmw~v lo teg uueae.1e
loan to& Hw


yit,! WN:a 'M Wt~fS~lEMl IN; lp.A.

wet~~~9* WUS~s vi4WTM us 11tvA't Pont mwowed tu be~.
9bs~tlSWIvt~D Isn Vouria. Leave b"house sW4 tuoe
J~q~juqePL oof~

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sad h a 4df the

gs~rAdd IitJ$ ktated tWa

ais u5p3MtmY 4

of te cestIs chi.m

mkss chat",;,

4'- a


Mums gut e b" Toeo

Dr. A ~e~#, A Ry U~br O
mumoV"ht he hasde-00tested fte

oom t~ui ersb"nvthirodsomeuain-~.
bma*%R 0uutysbow"* lsna awsbro

on th*'oabeA Y studied careul
timIN. 'shold'Pwg-sthem. ou

fh las ssuadnodeIn
*ion this*e lowg thes

. . . .. . .di ae.t a

'*elhtbp 4 nos4etm
MAMA% lod be oo llk
*A 'dWhas b 11,pe*me awe~t
ly i~g n N; sln

abtmmd loew~ Ve h

omnty. o
,Vx- Ara 1w lob
wo Koo*

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~gtop!% lay f


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JmB.yo NR. K. N.

70,rT"nTmw 1 A Mrs. TISTILL IN C01

-.li- .ved, r t# a ty ,yestrtay &ad w -----
As ltuisting StiMnttua' e remain a rfo theI next few days imp ( 11aWill Take Up i
8 Mt < leta^ a guest at reltirht. xht. Crosi y
d tormerly resided at Micanopy, and tire T n of Court Toa0y.
ha i an" y friends In this section.
ONLY TJ.N THAT A H. ,lack ell of talrbanks was AROUMENTS WILL B5
IIthe city Tuesday, having come to ----
Thlrty.ive App nt. Whloh 'ttend the funeral of Mrs. M. W. This Morning, and Case is Expo
OMs. to thow How Strtly and at,....a.~. u i.._ll ....i

Corre tly the Ex"mination Laws great fried' dt the Oearboroughs, and
Aie Carried Out In Alachua County. the demise of this' estiuable lady at-
The comaittto on r4lag for the fO him greatly.
examination of applicants for posi. P. Hu, san extensive trucker
tluo as school toahers In Alachua of t kRek, was in the ctIr yester-
bounty, copprlstlag prof. Tom, P. Me- day, Ibatng come to 'Make arrange
Beath of the ata*pavile Graded and amest for placng his daughter In the
amd ft h S hbool, Prof. W. e. iBe san norqaal trataig school. which
At the Waldo SenewMr HhS. SolkolMW een dm o e 7h to. Mr. HUll
eaa Miss Wa le V. tath, ade t has a o*n Reld of wat asel ths to
PrWt to County upatesntan4tt J. V Ifty4ve aer4. and expects
L. K9 y a couple of day a4o, and to A) tweOty to tWaty4ve oaqm.
ahoaO p on toalowa: He aIde at 'bst hhuioMt yester
WhW -Twelve applicants Three day.
MSt aus seven third wra. W. atokt, land mlus oame
Nero 'twty4tOR k apuiaati. ofthef Cummer Lamber Copaay, left
s trat graf, one uNand gradt yesterday for ampa Ma other points
tSo third grade.. an a blt e lhat Mr. Staobert, who
Sgraidlg committ was Ou of io a veAy e omt ort r. aa .
Ooe osat ar Mmroeo as a regresep atOve
.ltri oft mty hae eTr had. of rda (tta a onem of thfp) to 00
MO ma-II MAt N Imprtal ClealA, A. 4. 0 a, foew
tt rae and obr se and a"I` th Amer5as, whh wa tMA at
t er the r lt as most ratm. ,l Aagol, an aooomunt of wheh heh
I N 0 whe ed to Ss how- u aMRmnod to gve The San for
,w, n w- -" be D 4lNoq^va n, pa M m.b ,M#
e MY 1SS5t itn i. C. Goodwl, who has been Is this
M 4 ity for the past lve weeks, tleft ye.
aUMM t PA6M PROP. tera & tar his homa a WeOt Lebanon.

"A two q ~SOs'

- w~i. ~fth

131. He quesea to take hbs tiene
tots hw ever", visitig the SIOMs
SWftM -weelti, lebOmdW00*1a
Sb m aft cer Wow e.Mr. age"
we3..ew d4yWashWe wifs"


to Go to the Jury at a Late
This Afternoon-A Civil Case 01f
pircodeted Record in Alachtu.
The femoM case of J. D. Su1
ellwi v. the Vaughn Seed n
asiumupit, d"aMin g $1,900, which
occupied th. atttion of the ed
eOut 4fta t"* "week, is yet oIL
the prospecta re that the entire
wmi be tobp up. The testlmoOY
oMd&t4e4 at the adjournment d
OMUt etW5s4 and this morinsl
arum t .wilb on.
This ti wtthut doubt the lo
drawa-at 4A most stubbornml
1vat asu umsaeTag on the da
to Aled ehmety for many
ad eqTI* la*a of ground bus
tom a 'm an oth ides.
Thi airgm ts will be made td
it It be'phat WA that the cWse
o to be hiqy at a late bouor

aMMere 6 a throughout I
mtate" nt twht he will soon
ptlo Mwmm.


pMW ^iapmi Receiving I

| f)II3Cm of Ar

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Sunan d


rWe will
gWr denomi"aw
The Rev. Mr. 1 b t
ill in person at theo
tht.pology he feel

You have p that
every tail-end b
games by dpleddid to
o account of hard l*

The Irish are threaeghga to boy
cett all goods be Rftig a ttralt of'
the British lion. ThD~ new way
of twisting that animal's talk

The Tallahasse e Tr crat
ay sHon. Worth Tr m at of
lerk in. the Attoteyaroerals o-
Ice, is also a candidate IoV tairals
As a general rule the roeteris
do not seem to like *ats of
the new penion Iw wlsa.erts
the "home guards and nd rves" to
draw pensions.
An Ohio man hbaa be twice struck
y lightning, sad, f understnd
It, he never gave his Neiohboi rea-
gO to suspect that he bad a hank.
inng for office.
A girl at Pittsbur got out of her
bed, took a slat from her bed, and
mashed a mouse hat Was annoying
her. You don't have to hilmeve It
unless you want to. ,

Now that Mr. Rooee" ha taken
up the role of or perhaps It
would be weln tr Mr. (hlerelad to
look over his revises whe he writes
uything n flashlna.

A Texas judge has rhe4 thet a
sNmmon table to*j so a 9 ad ly
apon. Poseibly it wilt; bA b
Soler to indoe the t-tMa to OaNke
*e general e it.

Booker T. WaseItga Is seemed
s ummer bone witaM three ales
Cd the Roosevelt heMs g
111., but hbe w"1 Me8d 4 M to
"ear the diumr ber lm1 at Iee.
copies of t auew eta Iw a
haks for 'appolltM r e
Ut now in h aUM h
ad a supply wl
of the circuit coweds so 410pow

Dtrng tihe I ti IMW to
laning,s Nhicke so ,y gq
the sao e oi be
in't want peephto gWt s e
Ike that an adtre e 4es s 0 e
bt to tow. '
Tht P
th51* .h ap e R^ Soase inRy

% the B

4a O.rld.'Sftt

with the eta
ityot lerms3

whlch ws ae

which has to I
'Portion to 1
more men of

'".f toe m
with the Ita

aoty o ibtertu
toura, reeve,

ported-In part
But the Unt
oin to prov f
It has already
hchsed, which
Gainmesville. di
ane to n ha to
apprpriation o
mmAore fn. of
aMftet for- ad~

ALL. o o re able newspaper O K. P. V .M If,1 0
than fi* Chruw.le; and '...
f1 gran"3t dthat its policy, not the lack t of Tt
tkel two aoI tn its management, but O fd in1a0 it
Swh t b attempt to create a ,dman4 memorial r
Old 1W an their paper, where there wasS dt Pytbi e ha
Wh alo and mandp that made it a losing m.ot
SSO '" No one tio, end finally caused it t turn f tghe a
tkMir poutele Its toe3 to the dais81es." i Dqtto v -rs '
o ahenaulvtsi. ia- The fate of The Chronicle fht white ed by
yMa of ta sy thsmat to prove a warning to any otb l vui and trlead i ot whot
Sbl.that e a political dictive millionaires who imaglj that ladies, and I et
eslmnd "equal righA to aloney tis al that 1s necesy to atlr.
S Ou abolisth the 'ait make a duoceuful newspaper. The noetIng
t .ader oad t* t .JA.
the 0thy PARTY F PIUDS. promlent ocers''
qA0rdss to their I n. C. nob, a
it would abolish Our Republican friends a very Stae.
S pt 6,01and an tloee prone to point out the differ of The servtoe Was a
0^ 6g of t 4n tevwery way opinion among Democrats 1s oen the program oe
..too W th the Wgl and measures with a view of at. thoroughly enjoy. i'
pople fre ofW l ivtllegs to ,is the unification of the DeN f lstlc program thr
Sa all the party. They cannot, thereft m* tlonp of the d =& wa
i ht'be egslutalat I th R 1 S ptty plain if their own factional fl are Olark. Col. Clark upft
,k 4 ,have nhas0 tat hM tistede trustee exploited, especially as they af. spoke upon Pythoal is
.etw :'up and eo1os; that hIt r sorting themselves mort aggr *ly i ples, atd his address was
Q B national b ; that a bented fand obtrusively. These quenoe and sound judgment
h oa.1 l 1!pital at the exp"ene 61 labor that feuds are most prevalent In No k. Grand Chancellor Lot1
e# ojl l p 44 at y taxes witlhout reprebMtation; that Delaware, Massachusetts. Pent enthuiatle over Pythblantm
baqt 6 IIte4dt.t favors subMdiea; that has late & Ohio. Kansas,. Minnesota, h aIll then minorlal eervlo
Scaol ante ofectional aette and usurped exeu- a South Dakotas, Iowa ain ,O tor the frst time In the
reserlto it y tive powers unknown to the constitu. forna. th order In Florida these
0ted oma ttlut b h=t tlno In New York there is the hes bhae been generally obaerve4
r that *e yotaher lc. To Doemosats all such granting of and antlHughes factions: a la o lod t out the
t take advantae of ~the IequAl 'rlits. and special privllkes wareAd i St. Akgtstine, Pal ltl oand-
1.I. *' bsa crime Against the people. It has ti In assahusetts tlboe tlft* le, os well as other tles,
tlle's .S utn taccom pllhed by corrupting eleo- n aon Mas s e and il teresting a
t bela. with the e p t% b with, campaign funds o- revssing i the tne i tty rt but
apiwfloent $80,000 pbio tdbuted those wo have benefited ke mithemode ae I t c t in IN Tt MY
oathe or ee bye such .ial prlvilees. Pennsylvania the Penrose ri bat- *" T,,.
o n f. the % or eve To suchf corrusu hlonpt system Will a Abo N10 W
b t A y e1ofoe r w" Ineoth vore enoughpt s o tem tearing the reformers and A a is so Wi t Yy I Abu d W
here. As a tte f o, int pough to prevalent that the honest Reb lica
Instltautlon have se isk ho best voter and will prealetytathe onet RipV"c,
stittiOn nhavet per*, at anly o~ U et Diedmoetes to that voters are becoming more a more Will Taylor, colored,
duational Interest, but rtaly disputed; ton Ohio the Taft l a id o% l the Mayor's court W
orget the Va lend. Trus'.high prices and the In. aker factions are trying to-iestroy morning upon a charge a '
ooMpllshed duties the reasing qmt of living should lJd4 each other; in Kansas th s a his wife, and threatening to i
ld Seminary, whoh o iany Repiblitans to Join with theopilaton of corru n p per h.
10" semiary, m oprasot room the tariff and location of corruption per.rwith e
Ilec-other abuses that but few any longerisonal politics; in Minnesota It Is the After hearing the ovldefe1.
its credit today, In pro dey as people against the machine tctured c Taylor was glv
rts falities, probably deny as existing. with too much railroad boodle; in and assessed a f of O$ a
prosdnence i1 4publ c The Southern states have "pe. North Dakota the Northern Pcifie amounting to nearly $10 and
ike r sot m y s ff ft" has bem kok outf leased after payment ofl as
bat In the United which no dbt lead to the demand to the Demort rather thae h th CATARR
Swafor a candidte b 8outh for. to the Desocdate rather thad,0it I the AAR ba00 ,
rou, we say in propor.e for a cand te fro the Soth for Pr reformers s uesswul; In St Da- At the first warning of ca
t Bn attendance. tdueD ort. neveryfoitean orn n Stat kots the Gamble and Kittredie .fa- houlAdbt silaumeg l .
most e Ieut drs te u tf evry Southeo n Sta t tons are prepoarf g for another death l usg Myel.
Stat amy, an some out the i so m. struggle; in lowa the Cumties and em is very common at thinis
st ml In thbe various solid Sout th e l el of Demoo* rclamminsrgs era hoppo eh of the ydar, bt fewdays'
tly, ro egarde of e- It Mlbeat idthe other n whether the tariff shall con- wi often prevent aeriaous
at trala at this pre t sdat are aantytitled e to eliter d the trusts and who ctinnled case ofWstert.
tsep to th e konslideraton of Demo. stll suce Allison s Wator; In t b a tahA
em tu w u and it It Sea be gws I :tb6et Is
and wMit glorou M e. rs ho tn Lt 9io czn be CaU fornas the Harrims anra m l ing
ftmousftta f ckua o S iw ia Dale orJudg hast I the party by the threat and there t rost, or droppnal at heI
ll4atntd It up the Cb ero or may other candidate is an ors of corruptloa and graft throat, begi these t
tonal Iatitutio s that has pen sugged *can nite with erael, prominent R publi
by te er' the Democratic femns he will ,on, th s l o e eans Yi
iverst of over me dn b Iy twv du dbersal ndan ger of Indictment adeovi Yo u rn o risk
diversity oflord dee to the next na tiont. In fact the States where the MColiam 1.00 for a Hs
Ia A thing; In act, J t he O eltel tohe e nation Republiocn party is united are the eo- with wich he give is
a Fue tInAS ; ,snJta lOaventou. The generous rivalry aeptona d stlite a bible guarantee that if the remedy
was Its fithe aso Jst between these candidates from the tnameeoned wh is lrot ga afford .rellet, your mne Wvll
w a Its Irm rt Stouhern States is a healthy sin to "ime ne whe chare of lraft funded at once, making It "
ilol, and nowatd s that sectionalm has z a a great me s-m and b uses are t oponl o om care for emta
u ad o o obliterated and that the mapI"the ono e OatII sode111640
)f $150,000 has been m bt ty bannr tbed atnon.t a the one that is sold unde .
jl anoit beliu a fs ..W&1eI... 6..Am---& I ',i

Md gVMM6, W9
may look for something of aetraordi-
nary benet to this city and etia.


Uve Oak Democrat: A Tannase
aeree has put It right up to the b.-
tektate Co mme e ...amslsl to
AIoWe theioouIstotomitt of the
"Jim Crow" oar sw of tde 40
h got on a ta the other day
to go from Nashvime, Ta. to Dwl.
ton, Ga., and eatd herself tI the
coach for the whites on the ground
that as an "Intertate ponss r,'" she
had a right to ride thee and there
esMw be no I'--heglmatmeam"it
hor odA the FedOeral mmn t ma
klaw. lohe was ejeteeo M d uat al
the o eh set part for her ow nra.
Sh has 'mede a test aN* of ft befoe
the somminim an the "omtry in a
ort tm may expect the om Inter
simttag delan that body has ever
bs eased op to reader. To se
sme the separate 6m laws of th
soath. where we are pmtfretel
by a opetmto. not a theory, wo.eM
be am eato sue revoltiei vI
ths seettdes, wm l percplMte a ftoe
of riot tto osao eewe worse tha
we have known sdoe th war. it sf
* muh a we man do to t Me
me aise& m wes o t so U1l0md aS
over the somh i eves o ar, taW
o -St s wiath ft in a eaNd
em tn ot e s mee s useo ve t W

OD. d" obe via fe a to w *te
Mpepl a I re semIsow

Saetam asm *.
VL ei 3

with "equal rights to all and special i ThaNe nepubioan rfes reo adiust-
Ilege to none" will led to vio [1J the ho et voters of that ar
tory. and it is elidet tl*t it Vw be more
ftad more difficult to got all the ele.
AN UNWKPT DjIISIL mts0 umW to N.u oNmbloed
Sen whoever is nomina-te The bit.
(Irot The Pepesels Journal) taes osndewed wll 'aro act
*'No m wil grire over the deis the nomml tkla and W hf the
of The Chage Chromle*, wht loiw tstetis, ld Athe whee the
paq No cheks lt I' lYrid. Dese sts will have lSeat oppor*.
The Mlolei was th" prop"ty talty In s re of tf *t itl State
Jt th Walsh, t bia, who s and Ogreonal
sow Usaer Iadletmt for bakwreek. But to take advantu of these dit.
Med who lost hadred of Ue~a roeees asmom Rep e-s the Dem.
ads of 4das ian a ms m at osertms mast nite Mad While etsavi
tempt t f lott ma h pe eg of sha to the eUseeUal prineW aof Deoora.
ao a newspaper whmo a mae wast, m eym O to nsI or orI
ad t a aeld almedy, etohreL. by their lOaims e m poluise o
The oChreale was eetl f ayO t they have ldet the aommo
IS, IMS. mad i W e ay SL 40e0.
SINT, bhwtg lived e im"-- U yo-ea --
ad three day. adM hONtig l pt p. The Age does "ad Mh to be os.
aty ever Si0,e a0 year or. mrel deorto s aspol lgor Govemnor
Mrs mere thta a U em ns Bewarw's ytlao Mmimeullntg (#a
r th time. The eF r w to It i ebtoedr) tb Merf df of Loew
tremey femoUraUe, set e*aports sy to mras e4p10 b
ea mNeasy ina ink, te WaS e is B a te Mes* counr ow t er the ar.
wIS, tad afoer belsaw pw m o pap tswt o d Ok L&sae utoded a s
6Wer r10tek dtr *o She oa Nrsp| the Iarge of 10l6 Ubld. Nt
ft so .aelb went 0ertioeoRe. am i one statre of (he se
pm party. It wo eNiof e| W we have as yet sees" Mda
S^**4 d m~d e le pae., -wIt: 7Wb Preasm"st aO
ole"e posprs in the ese ry 6W b eas won eemal
It was esasMses e fat aIt ofpm e o al body of' piiiter ft
W Nms Sob ewhis0iest we~ e adet ai S de. '
M-6 of' "- M idt w d seMaty
=e O -m ma d sd as e0e, wo B work e S *a-w, rs.,I
ta do. M The gg hual hast. g to M o(oe eM
do ts emeofs of Losla1e
Plb wmideptsig tos w e" S pe~r, aw esse *in
a 4eeM r a 111e. WIrtoe oee into 5eb eofAeSen whet.
tha was as samm* a 6"1 a st asuhed AKsehew
eW ar a ftl-a I **itrWoas a o r baf hs smm d

S 5 F^ -7 w
MI^U^^ Wf SOil 4^ '

Orange Hei hto, Jae
Belle Hall and Mise Adl
attended the Normal at
-eturmed home.
Mrs 3u4 WON .
Leoal, of rleton wm
with Mrs. Joa wal.
Miss Deethy mMth of
is the alest of MfiS
J. H. P ttersm t S
IM heam. b JAoe 5
Tetwo Mttle eo w e
former dtbe,. a am
to their soft S HL

n tho 44W.
mium is ioll

to w T. *

boaw er.
will wsmawwoom

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O f 0 1 1 1 A W 0 Y c u r d b y i t
*weakness of
e Besdaehe, G

..5 tib~i ~On,~ Sleepleon
IMrS ludicatioN

qis 'be po.It~eM to,. ogTV
5jw, 1W Ow. ot' at, to W01
are Mrs Pil
~Ea:~ si,'I" 4F Us'! i Mn. Meld
Samo than t1.
oiioiw Lydiar E. Pjpld
a enbid
~ *~ee 0, -61

to t* keo oil
:ul r4" b~fO tiko aw

A 1I ,.;qsA tol i z vI W

is solt y of tl sft rty yean &W
th -4 on "W the f .

\ '~'4'~#anl uhe soale, and 0"1103 A,~om# tes u
06, hammoity 'likaf te -1.
lo* the th I ofhthtaen iot h e
jda #4 tI~q 01Y tn; hbutsurely theo de5OL .
tr ~dfo "dpisg theOllnes by uttich It b Aee ,JEU AOGW*
ftt'Yak downn the .totof Harury li mbG-8
)I~ver AW M thrums *Mrd, 'so for as it af f
hic "emirs W4 gk ul `00pmOo~tOPfgft tb:
Uf o s, aoti ahrU oe Um aotr~un*o ~ D~ r~i Gon-

in And
abel1,q~sbtI t ~ Piro Doutroyi Uplandso' Hotel.
Y, MW tstaa, nGa., June A.-'hrbe 'A ~ M EROT
____ islands hotld, &,large wooden itrutar 0
t'i~~:~b of a Wyeis. 7t r Eloid

awa destroyed by Are at a serly bow
A of a esrtn oy whd Mil ma on Sutday mornIng. The aLMU was Re. te
~puab, :I imae O e tpaiteglut e. g;ive about 2:30 o'clock, sad witbPa -
.6" Of N nr v", pop* WW. an~~bu bour the building a M.I.n 0141911
16.4 t boy PVaM :hi boa~d,-hjil Yw a-time a large m of build-
atnld, asm eri o f oeeqo"i4Wa lao gwithIn reach of the grt'ra rain0
r ~ t( b bOo, he had jst bee dob"am. "O I*% of-eqks that tfll were Immmntoly
tr Uthg .Q o~te fourthear he tftatod It Is beuvied tW th
M OSO 14 8 Moo hli 600* It b dSa Aep o OfAb t ol y a bSoutbeft depot escaped only becattee S s ui
wo~#or~bon Us !Ar. M.11 6jj;f& IX -p of irOt11 6 We roof.Te ZOAd
adjourned uuW Tbso widowed. mothlw sold me th t the OAftIs unknown. Q 6", ?EA sWi arI
plow hone to W Mat' WOVa Iel oher Pro24u
AM____ew.t IB'ut at t endof t of Shot Itaia ofX.
year besah t among the gradt-w Savannah. Ga., Jun, M.-ollwt
Jre a d in p la in b ro w n iIne n ai T l. A Ysu.t M V a n T .iR Pi tvl A omp ti de ti O R O( A O nha a o f` s a y e a11j,i t m e al, o no 8 0 -
WIPbe"Or Tdeyftcosul b W"th boor6" toan atW"Naplen ayiol anItll" Iia 6 omr, W a the LOM
WA) Isihy Wa.cY 0P .o~t 3 e At *r9 Sunday morning. ON Se4r4or 45.1 lR., P e U
A" -oe f citizese. the head 09 big claws. When a bea. _________-_________A_
/ ha! g~l m edal wo headed to49Lk m OWeo onuthe way to the polostation. TaY Oh
Wo"WsDalyI Uful $0, Mlodal wa handed to him,
Rs had beem shot twice Iz the hea" h.MO~zzN~~
em"*W0 ofp the Toove and be steW6eManfrmthe rostu of ~ .hthe bd&adhe .hia".Vl ~Pnhifs Z.Tee
yu rle w4 OA.formerly the walked Ot Ight to the be&kof the ad crioat was ctkin bod. 4Mo ft.lase., I POS GAKA K. Ant.
am, G0.11.In Complianes room, ftherArmghtby te oo. ata ut koW4 ndby bflmlhad IfailNA.O IA
p1 141410014of tOe joint eommttlee homely O oa .black 80tiedUsed ato retA AveistS Sbo. Avaunt
~d~of *00 0p4 t00 revPi. t0e bves "bbem wit'h greaWt be~ ~en hadowilp t1 Italiwhose T1115
eltbi *epsWpet Awlth the nodal ewumd her n...h. Shebodfed mU.. haGe M aW b jssupjlo
es of 00 Ill~sIWsrIl, herface ',ht law ~d.wrnkMead fa-om.
esg~-sbesvioe drawn Itua ik
~ psay ~~us fw MILth PPSUs m wagsea he~ .. .UNITED, STATES DICPDOSITOR
W Iam o OtyjAMd "W, he Is a________
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fiur thPlu 1liqtW

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mad alted? g

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ficiest h .

fe i the Ntof t l'e
in, refulyT and co

SHe abou t Albert ilea o prts.-

Governore of Iita id
perfectly saold foe i." i
and lPart at iasti

"hear it "s bi il
his friends st

ele In throb it

.has beeori ato aM ,li*
SBanner, be dee in tla th v iM

e in the National U.l... i^w
ooAdo. The a a am t" ..
man. Mr. Harris i' & nt
average lfetime as editor of h
carefully and con"W24Ocmly
g for the upbuilding of our
He in a gentleman of parts.-

the story thas t W J. HUaan of
O ak only gave so tr a mtmt
phosphate lad ti Aplk e'ay that
recently Sol for 0w^0 ti trs,
da need no woir 9MW r> f
t when it NOWM to Goo-'
fortunes made tr"a a
Lt And that

hIl ave bwWVqM*
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t* 4. 7-

th~ that v teDd (a capital p
to qleem- from being put beftoe
he .eople .r fal settlement this
i was f toal tahe O t that next year
sthe 0 1 oelWc par.-ort My

John W. Watoa Is a t e oftea
hea4 a eoaneotatr with t guberna
*tonal* .uueMsao.m Mr. Wat6fn ls al
able msa ad would make the state
a iQod to ieaor.--mPowltryw iang
seems to have beemaloit *aidoed
In Bradford county., 'The tfi na
ket is bare of cebakens about dour.
Irts of the vae, anotrt*auedga
they conummand o prices at all
tlnes.---They arm talktag about
th. one and that oan running for
Congress against frank Clark. 'e
fellow w)io wants to keep his soalp
had better let Frank &loe. A large

majority of the people of the Second
district ar entirely satUsfed wit
his service and Intend to keep him
In Congres--Starke Telegraph.

Senator Talaferwro appeared in
WaeftInatO last week as the herald
of prosperous ties to flPrrda. He
west to attend the Brownsvile
beart., but be soised the opportunity
to declare that never in the history
of the matAUo's sothermost IStte
have tie people been s prosper
or .ondttItoe for the iaretent at
Northern opital dmo lavitiag. A-
cording to Senator TaliSferr, Plorida
aIs yet to become one of tle greatet
tobaoo m rowi States In the country.
Hi declares that on some of the to-
bnM o farm earantgs of $80 an acre
are not uncoamon, and the man
with oe hundred aSOres planted to
this erop is ixed seearly ina"clally.
As to thi other principal rops,of the
State. of rape rialts and Of
rages.,e. rops, the Senato
ayas, re rewter is yield and m as
moe i demand than ever betor.
These coadlems are due Irst to the
greater atellgemes ot the farmers
"d their Ubtter boevledge of oals
ad hmotidltere satd to the growlag
4emn $ lor the ras espeelaDy
with reward to grape fruit.-Titsvflle

Ter rAeW Attempts Suislde.
1. Pet. ,eurs,. Jis 11I.-A te-
Ior set asad Chermtse, aeed to be

the Bt of SapeIw WIsOhesae. sol
ld ale if as Aettma ts esmlt e*k
gaMarb 5H a searw h. whi.



'ai'f '. son. a "panled by
IMrt Lati 'How iilted Li ve Oak.
1a 'raday IUarsn Saturday.
I ,A. s and danskter, Ma.
atiOit., hav e~trined &rom a sfe
tatt '
[ MIast MolJA t"hadal is loiae
t er ;a l imat visit at Bro&

y Har ttt lat Thursday
S*aotglhn for Ai 4 s where he lba
*p apte4 a pseIU
We re or report M Will
omith orf our Xk list this week.
Hobo to see be :ut agathn soOm.
Mrs. D. G. U 18is home again
after a two v!' vsit at Hawthorn.
SM.a Knight of. Hith
springs Is he the guest of 'Mrs.

Mi. and M& .D. May and chil-
drea, Rowse J arl, left MOdayW
fo S reea e w, they will apend
a few wepks re eraUng.
eis IIl teft Safturday for
Abbevilld, Ga., she l le w visit
her water and a 4 the commence
S ent eertese i0 the Abbevlle Col.
:Oviln Pickett of Duluth spent
B.nday here, vi.ttl a friend.
r. and Mrs. Rut spent Sunday at
1 Bern Wetherlastom visited Jack.
seavilli Sundayi turning Monday.

/' N4 ICI.
Tale notice tht I will, on the treat
oTt.wday ofr as swon there.
after am I may. b head, apply to the
WveatS board oF rlorlda for a paw.
6W d ii Steve Tlmmons, who wasa ow
victed of murder jb the seonod 4e.
Sgreeit the tail term of the Circuit
SO I or AlaWht do nty. Anyone
. eetrin may tl"h be heard on the
merits of the a'itplcatio. lDated this
June Wrd, 1907.
S WUr 4AM 0. IODOS,.
AtvArney for Petitoner.

President Dia of Mexiao Iq spoke,
Sg as ood d. i ate ia every.
where expt In Guatemala.

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DNlce Ia illert Lw Ezehase .
Oles Phose No. SnI Reeldense NIL. M

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S4 DOml $5


Noticeto i hereby given that
redttors. dlstributdr or other pe
01I holding claims or demnan
agalnt te estate of W. D. Seller, da
ceased, must present the same to
undersigned for payment within t
years from the trat publication
this notfoe, and a t failure to do so
be plaid In bar to any action to
cover on the same.
All persons owing the said est#
must pay the saane to the underseltsu
at one.
LULA D. 81IGLER, Adminlst|
trix of the Estate of W. D. Selai

J. M. RIVERS, Attorney for .
Noloe i re aives Lhas W. s. 1
*h of Ta Oenior No.
at" a s ay da f or eptember, A A
Sl aa i alMd *e oate isl
soes. sA has n made solaan tfor ta i
to Ite i s 1 *law. tskM i
itoa eobragl ea foHo laildg4b~f
IMIoo.Nw l-4. 11 of lsee1aDd Nw 4of
N 4. Be 1. t o. .i lo .. ei-10S ore.,
bain sMae" at tbe dat Of
ow 4 b 7Hd ,1mae trhe'.seo*
Asy a 4 i A tX M.
WII a r of ji sOeaw .ll a l k
bat of A. JA
pa Cleri Chront ?t. OL. .. a
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4M. LAWS or roIX'A.
Nousee is beeby given ras 4.J. tUasaM

soma03or AWUOA'WON AZ
40L Laws airVFmzSs.

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An election will be held at the 3
school house. n the BDll ol o
#etof Alachua eounuty Eat
Saturday June 1, 190, to th
pose of doetrminingo
Md district shall e rt
special tax school diot, foeg
obanming of the boundary aw-
*am, for the election ot
tes theretor, and for the
determlnila the rate of
"NNW am"d eotm threl
next -07m two
Poll, will b-se" t,/ o$
plose at sunset. t
persons hve bee
w sof paieleotlo:n:",
W.A.B *mt,,J. A W
whom shall acas clt.
By Odert of Board of Pbftl* '
struetion this the 7th % 7,
D. 19017. $ h.
Chairman Board Pubt
Attest: J, a.KBLLEY, Sea

An slecttn win b hld att
field school bhoes, o
No. 4 O A
pos of a4tomialme whether e*t
said district 'a e t edtI t
tax school district, fr the i
of three trt tb o, sad feA
purpoM of determaking t"fiM>
to be Massessd
thn for the at
years thereafter. Poll wl opk
o'clock and ls t a t
followin o
appolated ra ptors of d 0farQ
T. V. .Owes L Jap .e
Robert, oe of whom hall
olerk. .

Attest: J. I
An elotio w Wbeh elatth
oa $Shoel oboeam t toe
School Distriot, on Saturday i
1M. for the purpose .6
whether or not maid dst*t
emlarge as a saeolal tas
tUt, tor the ele0cic or igie
tees therefor, ad for the
mdee sa s the ram of0

S s al the Ther
rng mnmedian two yn t-
Bel will opeg at l o8i
rst u-t m

wr, W. L. Whr WS.
By ord f Vol
ae^fthis Hi
D I,
OChatrma Soar PU
Atteet: J. L. aIJIAT,

M* Noe!incresi




I jo

iRange 15;a also al:

preented 1fto Bar of

Noto-The above pettto.
dtruction of Alhu countywl
Wornted to r i oad o P 0

t o meeting lS tbous ld on
15, o1907..




0ok PAWs. 'AaJ

fof theRodut
ad bgis ndel

Ole w" raoeOa~i
La. who h'Ave et, I
po iedto thel

saLilalrsrO ':


Rt l of Soecwberae1 b
Do i citm as a. i rr
16 Of the Boardfteot on
avng M Fand*.1 dIleS w
OLg Whol ha" 641i i.
is tho e ct eshqon to

I& feSw of Arm**$%~W
enroled uonaws X~ t~ld
J% asmes Holder.isi- .Al

uhe areInT.he erm t w
Dre. K B. HoMler' ..SII4

loe, roeen n i
99thse woim 01O.

Br other pla of owr oi
lie fomy big a I* 1

I Irvn and .1,
in the Cit
li h a e

ItadY Mira. IWUw

Cc. C.urg;
4"1 have '16OII .A~16
bC, t 6000AW .i~. w~
ae bela. It
ad y .
mmer l,,ti~"

-R~ lPt

a* to auit popular, He il .ttati*
Sie untUl the tal eroate of the oot.
*p. wih his pare Col. and Mrs.
'P. o. Morrow.
S'Weptanta the popular chief
elercat the Brown House, haa me-
Oe rom enjoyable visit to
Si, 0 Melton, at Mi a-
t .WeW tm declare~ the
~lb tv ofw+~ t Mioanopy to
h .ai ger several
Saa M Meaosa new Caml.
1c Muhmik t Micanopw.
$4o a o r l ate. 1

smeie, wthe p wOll pt thies
"rIag the tent Just eed, and who
bi es on a brWt YtWo to Mises
e aLoklse tmk. le 2Smn-
flor Cettoa Plsait, whe e wM
Sthe guae of jattives tor a few

preed to Welko W iN Orange
centy whwae the will Ipead As


spent yeeterdai in G l0eville on

Mr. and Mtrs. lsmes Cellon have
retrmS4 from- Camplle, where they*
have been vWUiWt rela tive
Mr. and Mrs. C. Strickland and
PtOe diaghtr of Hague w aere sGa
pee who favored lGalmmnille with

W. M. Thoms, Oar K. Whatr
"kt sad John Muler, all prmeme t
imeinq dt Boel, In the Weet are
ta the cy attendais court
M. C. HarwelL the e9.tle~t m areal
at the town of High Springs i in
Mhe city attendin the spring term of
t"e cirut court, now I nseusio.
r MAt--he Comarenao cottnags
emioese r Fuelly ftrashted; waS
3d eleC elts Nht i. Terms reason'
iftoe r t e season. J, S. Creome.
. Mt. .a ~sma suaw, wi. hav beo
gteosstly locatedni the abak ter -
ta~ e tN A UO".. -e, have moved
Ito hs et couttae, wh ee they will
I~ts todwre their fr -

l'icto, VaMr a. h be e has bees
S- dise 0a cWa*3 uwt a thae U

veity. trleeIs ame sIan to welcome
abbS bM- apgs for his vcatice.
Lw *W a"ebd heor aare see
b~- en atk a 40e."PM60t0ee aO

vwdt. t we bea a et

loe ar tes at Mo Mn. arieve
i tlhs IlTy u he a to larS
M dt e ouerNed N th ate eof hr
f ** wio *S


for hS~aorsfw 5

isot wisgoil

3 Rte. 'J maasuin. tor mfan
e reid.e5t^ thia city and
Iaof e nevlle Grhledi
r left ryterday tor
aater u *M em ral days
T Prof. WidA oI now engaged'
t t ht isw anoer m holding an
^ important bplt ier
Bo friend() 1b a to learn
that he Is makt, eer ce s.
W. t7eheart ifordlo s goa
to Jalbonvllelto a fer days on .t
rahl bus a and pleasure trip.
uremaing er .e for a month,
Sdibgoterd AM s to go Into the
Vitola)6 dru bo aE in Philadel.
* ,a or iUMoW s p tort his boy.

the smma ere and In Cedar Key.
dAeio .rtend him muh suo .

oleme t ish pro d new venture. h
TMr. a l Mrs.h W. Robertso and
t* dauinhters Mtoee moma and
Gertrude, lef iltlOrda; for Ruther-
Wt404 N. C.. whuw they will, spend
the aimmer, as to ter usual custom.
Friends wish theta f pleasant and
pfjo4bl* sojourot .1O. Robertson Is
the ve1erahle eot*dteaurer of Al chus
county sad ervs-Abe*oe beias elect-
ed to that office tratyrve oonsteo
tie years a a member o wf e school
board. *
' Tho. J. Mitchelfof BL Petersbwrg

foute to Jak160nvIle, where, he wht
Smeet his brother Bob9 ho kha
bee to awbospital I Bnalttrie for
06 past Jw mo ase MrU. Mttbheft
is a son oe Cooduetir Mttcehl of the
lorida Southert. now deckased.
He is well knows ia this ty, W10er
he has visited friends frequently.
His brother's condition Is very much
Improved. "
J. H. Winter. foreman of carpeat-
ero os the aboardd Air Line. wia
his foroe of tin. have been at wk
for the pat Ie dayse In aastg dine
mauoh need4 pairs oa the depot at
ths place. Mr. Winter is a taoole.
ly oompet~t m"an, and oae who he6
"made o"", with the seabtared by
his eaipetemay. He states that
ae task with O inatoaled he Ups
few day, vwmah was oe eat th ooot
baIly eede*4 tmprovemeis.
W. P. bettleworth of Uvitom e
boas watemetan grower e.w
'lon. wan emaps those who
yesterday i this city. PrOs 4 hmB.
er4 "1eoh" of mea this seea

e r.ee te,* thl3

a. e t r O e yPark
bp- i the clty yesterday.,
,. En at W Vade is spen
tW days in thk aty on businee.
U ii. Mulitma of W140o was a
lMI' visitortoo Galaevlle rste
, FPor pine shlagles, stin b
uta944 a *adInga, write T. J. Coan

J. Ward of Vlianopy was among
tb roimlat business visitors
.is city yesterday.
Warm sy and mortgage deeds f
laeplhli eo FIPII eova per do
0A or .OO per headrid.
J. A. Maultsby, the brick manufa
trer of Campvll., Is looking aftet
his Iterest* In this city.
Misse Ruth DolI and Anna Blak 1
have gone to Mlcanepy to spend a
tfew day with relative and friends.-
J. C. .E Thomas of Willeford,
of th6 prominent naval stores o
atore of the West End, is in the ct
1L. R.-and John R. Thomas AL
Isaao Hines, all of Willetford, are
the city in attendance at the circ,

H. M. Moran of CampvtUe, one
tkt most socesful planters of
Mst Snd, is in the city attend

Deputy Sheriff F. 8. Curl of Arcl
was among those who spent yesterdB+
in this olty. Mr. Curl 'says Arei
is "Just a hummin'."
Chas/ Martin, 'the market man
HIgh Springs, after speeding a
or two ton this city on business.
turned to his home yesterday.
Mrs. C. Morrison of High Bprlnflj
after a brief but pleasant visit to
mad Mrs. J. H. Alderman to this
returned to her home yesterday. ,
C. C. Doke of Trenton, the bla&W
mioth and wheelwright of that pie
gresalve town, i% In the city attOO4,
lag the essilon of the circuit court.

. D. M. Davtdeo of High Spriag.,
who has ean In te city attemrds
the irsot eart for th pat two or
three day, retarmed to his moe py*

Miss Gladys Burke, the charming
Ute sister of Ms. J. R. Merchant,
has returned to ~e home In Jackson*
vle after a vist" to Mr. and Mrs.
Meehast haere.
gt1ema bor A. M. DIokson, sh
broker. whea 1 the a sr ts for gi'
sole, f lmgrals an feod*.suff. '
46oa04 aml "So. Wlw o 'phoa ,e.
Bh loagdies n.e 'phes. .
Wa. Adamn ot Wiaer waw ad.
ila to ti -ltty yestedal. Mr. a
at t1 a e the a mermt a his
are tit sa aley, but lal
at the eaetuaed drought
S. W. LowMa of Raletgh l
T yest*te7. O hi e
gO a .omp*mled by hI. k
Mto DalNa Mott, who will ta
aweigh ae a oeft of her for


nioe srhipment
patt rni Prioes
right. ___

Iron Bed..'

Are much co I
Bftumnir than wood ~
we haive a m-Ao
1l~e and now iPOO~&
thme to purcowse

Our Shoe

for Men, WotHw

your next pair. W
Shoes that wear
Trade with ui ad be
,utoe yoU gt full vain.


tta pleamat vsiat if 4*t

hoe.i' also t1whI
Asaouaty s CCU* a MG-
efficient young teacers

Galuasevihlm, sad wips e., qO ~~ 44

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deh1464 prime i64 All P04014.
iames 14waesoe of C~vl.

wtmaestat P. ILBM. Ba4e tm
stare OpwatV, was in the a**'
tevisi'. Noe iooae aa" of~
expert esoper Ocat"t*"W

theo 100",3o

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