Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01148
 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 18, 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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01148
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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lbths~tnee. These be
o$b. bus to the gvare..

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tbyoohdw trtagemceasedd o*
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pr0ofeeommal rapist, sal
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will e; comilate- 0eIo tt h
mot been give a ai1r i"a atdho

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Ibroujght by Oth spRe
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from mumo.-

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b to tebljio
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~t the thor, Tken'
"e1MOIGbtee A.lm

by i qp0sr.'
$a,*1t the purp*ose of

twO reAl battle
ht th Ud 'AijtA

aE6 Inch sums *ee

ulsed Isthe barer ea
uMat the CQedaeo~ott 5$AlabamA
w~taamlat4. hewar g""~is
y Now 'fork m4waa et
was ccamie."

wasio a-iocort au Softo&
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'Now 1b66* Irn .-Ito Usea-
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- b Ment this show-
usa. 3k badtteunhiosen
WafteEsa a
~l. 4* ~ iewas WONse

"*"t Ile ft.' Weta~4
v*mbeteAr ab0"baiuedi"t a tor

#vw as a ptayotmlsg but ""me IN
S~avetofcfre bell touhed th P"w.

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henv etet A%"l Passed euw
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twmeem ibo W~a )Van$~

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bi W k te't16 m, othe w

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Ad. and A seve#W w far atthr h~e

a i 6"I 1044.
Ors 11 sl Patina want Ideal
4brough ICm Q Jnweln.t
Sthe lathe of which Wa

mitles wiesd t mteIa a

IIattbiAov 1t~rxM gchsI
Abofr-40'athon elegates ex:
.( l fiaal wais comll e eld dailry-
ed,.s aD.A Weaterforde farmm Ofte

a11ao a total lon Wis. n h
hrsougwa growtn"wtormeloas. '.,
wik fft tnou tuo M.*Rbber

ftMheviw ft.. June 1?.-The
"W kll mmR*Veuwin be* ow atp

ivbr t te oelieam bas beenas
ram~se. bIItis osminclatim on a1,-
di? at thsmadmevtle ic raw" ex-l
cabom 6W& dof be 350 dilqtes w-
Us uVk~meWalready Ma rrived. cae

wi e As1 d. Iandl e elwdiny
Oftbeam D. Wethefrda Mrsan as
thc-She Itattoa o umaOsqu5ns Chi

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a numerous Note
9 .0W 4asm Present.

"a..W Aeompanied to The|
: **P*e bf a Great Con
.' e ti-Itwen. and VisitorC&-T
Hara Cid ~Under Flowers.
4. *l 8.,June 17.-The funer
Of th lB01ator John T. Mlorga
.to ll6 krMISt SOOn Saturda, f rr
bIA iBM atret'Methodist c.,uc8
.her" ^ dead senator for man
aI wV1, pe8 ad his body 61
l Pi tt $a Ia Jve Oak cenmtery I
a e s4alagll8 the tomb of v;.i:a
la1ta). Wh. died more than ha
a U ^t'a Idemt o( lith Unitel States. Thiu
:d. w..e pFrsent at the fun ,:. in
elqligt delegations from ever cy 1
he state.
Many distlguiahed men were a]s
en. hand. Besldes the congrn,siona
farty. who aooompanieJ the bond froi
WasIhtatba, there were present Vice
President C. W. Fairbanks, (; r-
nor Cowmei, sad the various star of
fcials, togtertr with every mtnu;ber
the AlibRmaB oogressional e elation
The funeral ttaia arrived prnmpti
t 9 o'clock d tras met at the unlo
depot by 6lar"le escort, con.-istJng
Military, Oofte4rate veteran dis
tlagulahed AMbA anms and the popular
tiom goeralli: ; ia the traIn ha:t
ed, Senator P.-.. Pettus, the v o
enable polleagfi f the distinguish.
Awed. Wk the a rat to allgnt. Afe
'ho hai4'sitted the Misses M:;an
dAugllter of the dead senator, froi
the trala, they were escorted to car
ilafes 44 Wiatta. The casket a
Wthe efomve, saud it war paedi i
the Wluag hesae, a deflegaa' a
women oovertgn it with t.Aer
picked from Alabama's naive ~o1
The Bowers were tossvd upon th
casket nutil the doors of tio h ,,r
-were closed and the olemni s n:ar'h t
the church begun. The p~,i...i
was headed by Mayor V. B. Akvtns
Than came a band of music and B e
the military, followed by the confel
ratee veterans, the various c(:un.it
teos and distlagulshed visitors i', car
lrage. As the proeMsion was mov
ig away, the congressional d~'ega
tifon wfen escorted to carriages I
additlol to these many persons rol
la private earrlages, and a delegation
at n.eot brought up the rear.
Te ibrileUe wre ample ".ud its
prMgsve, aNt every one P n, "i
greatest srrow over the loss of thil
dbtUgulated statesman and ci:!eI

Legtty is Upheld by the Suprtw
Ce t of Alabama.
Moataomer*, Ala., Jun& 1, -T'h
saupreme eort baa upheld the apir1
of a man t years years of a. !'
the (ace of a Ight by menmb rs 1
tamlly to preovot saM son from *
etltag the taeritert of her preper '
A Mrs. et*a 4i.ef St Clsl' 'as
S yeab of age. that he rb : i *. h:
hel. At her death neni'e:' ,
i nreslatea the will on *^ re-s

0604 Paimi401W.atia wa'sw at
ru~~~Al.82WI7-4. A- -Tetallel, ow'
Sumot. D..'W" buad guity o ogmr: W0E"win'atiscs
ow 4 tbelvft dofear" d bt pumlsh4 adMWL~~~tb.p
mest on fbyt"he 0jary at Impil. Ia 1low wt o &#-P t &;I%
~ lfh. *U~e~~,~me. *pwd became her amaL.
Iup amm*eer nated ~i tba inrb Itwuis .1*
morlasWmosiroe". e"A Is w low". I avn AI
joftWn d to UkmInhIN. a30WWI" amthe law ~,pht.
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Wk d.AWA-laW. *en. Man% ti. 1.365amtoftweuir icS
~in*~ ~ ,,, #1ev York. June17-~

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saved me
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latm alone a0 the*iSS'.
Cooler. with a swAA
1*0as' Ivory

14 redt'oaanndAm~ueAm
.are #.qti;,pe4 wilb
beft in (saineoville the
VTW~t hatt0onnearly
Slunzg two 1gear
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M liwte thehaeben

jo A 00 $4 ftA &Yn
VGA oisthore ety.
wOOShqe*A 'worksi*e
plorw il e ss
to;'~ be of soth mateial th

wimb to tlrdft liv_
1 -=06t O* It oes
widsow ;;; t9, twhuor
veineu*sky isof tleAet v wmk~m

ta* armaW. lYb'Y ~b
which s theaesgW~lIk b

rige soopar yoeM re~ a etai*.,
The skyI f ih bluutu &.",ass

CO LORt 5 WdMMSfta.
4velyn Willfams of t"44. ,

G* Takir Isk~l
b tavitaed
kre tkvery bwht) Wki9hOrb w
w COWlt4 peopleof t* Itow. w
tob padjuged hr aee

We w to take tde u4wt"Ou
wosaM to the hospital f*. h*4issMLD
at Ob"Ooehoocb4i.

There Are Few
peol bwho know w w toeau
at ft Owl r do
The* &*Is a et
is 4 b. TO.
T*mw6 want os: "I

Rond-Trip Rate

& *:~ U'S Ikm~

.0 wi p h

afbt Tibm s wb film *. t hi
___ htl Coast
it woiao
~~~~~ bpy rt L i

Or, All Asaeope, b at atnaoi

a~aai~i~ud. Oi i it
tbo ttet44 Ikpoy" la bhss 1 s

pee trstatp2Ai.1niwpklng ___________
*~lc t~the t~i Sttr#$l areeWith
Iwo Mi t it. 15 lk W.SONIV1LLE To
*iAd4O*#W tj Prof. l fiall-OW pe at t
~pV~~g~ eiymrfA nlwaf,' lefiving 'tAllsvIte o

~u~ ~/bEatlOhitl
WI,_Jb~f.ept ws, .- aftero1p0 tra.i fo r home
hi h.sti pnrSssprao dalr, I.v e.50ach Excursion toI
agto h svra q~~ A. It.~-Sam thOV daeI-. -foVlki; on We teach 'T
,~9t1WSI Spizt19 m d idmtly ha. t~th In (asierlfle siad ,rdolf limit se.* dale. No atop.c
*M~jrorsu.i. lASSremhit- rUW as 4.s. has recent purchased allooo4.
~A$ ~~*~evble dpth, efta through A. 0. Stowbura tMo band- ).~Ftena ikt
-V0im lwater JS fhllY Iom.lots in Nthat ne"s 6SVI Inslepe. ooptve
lug o Nort ~ 10"delwithie limit of ticket.
"R, 0vr., ow # Is ix Thse low ss aea Sah 8b18o feet
10Wei -$10 "0an ~dik a ye among the Mo*tdesirable, build,-t' 73 .8lt~a ikt
.~ *e14., OMPle4tq Iis us- Ing Iota in that sectionof fth cI.it. ItWe Sl4 S~t'.$op.C
400*o4 '*at ,three wlIII *11, be is not7 known at present whether Mr. *1lsi5_4 R4Loln limit.
driledwhich should be ample *b sup.Iv re itn build ordnot, butit-1anice.(o
the *a OU.Sonsdeangth to.issupposed that he will o a im *2 j0-c p~r.Son tickOet. in
ply, being b6F'tIhe b* o.~ loved within limit, Dec. 15th.
'This. work. is being does under the Ah~lont FRome*ALO
~ ON.3. RR S"Wow~. Ow30 W mpelt a sumonof the $1-5poksor, Was~h.
"WCommiteo f h 1*egJwLAlment Is the lS2 51t o July 11th;:
the tinat'~ allow" Topn 5h ~ese route. t:cp.0
W ~r Am.a44ve for 'Rheama. ~l~dwoos of Memphis or C,1i

TllA ani 'epPaf Celeid People
*Wer Marerd at Happe.
,- of, 4t. mt notable wedtagO
whioh has been held ameos the col.
ortd people .,It this oouty oocarred
at Bagw e bamnday t coatraotling par-
ties being "Aunt" LAde Wells,
about smnty yeats of ae, and Alex-
ader "aves, who .wll soon reach
hibm aTenty-ft birthday:
'Thbe people aw am tg the oldest
realde tp of thae eton lIa whiob they
reside, and ar of the, hest itand-
ing amoum thie olored people, being
at anteObelhia desceedanta. The brde
.Is ~ik unto temttf the third hbua
baud, and Is the mother of twenty two
eMres, whlle the auom has been
rmarrled trie.-

People o* That aequtn Will
Show Their Pitrietlem.
latsrat i onnM e from Windsor
that thm d Pople of that
aeton Wi anhow their patriotism
a the arloeas Wa by holding a
hasakt plene on the romantle shores
of Nowana's ake.
The people of Wiadsor Mad the &ast
bm are a p" arc set. atdwillU no
doubt arrange a Sae programt for the
lay. A cordial vltalatlo Is tendedd
to the pubble" and a biE crowd ls en-
peted upon that oueole.

04*.% 90; 1 4 0ioho Ige$ II Portiand, Ore.. o .i,
t Mfr. .. ~~r a.tmbty, No.. Il Wash., Victoria. H
IN at.:9141-w Linimei nt ieodb s a5some as to Spokane.
Ub !I S es. b..o.d.--b .YW. -
Lost, on the Seaboard Air Ine ac-' Denver, Col .... .......... .
commodaSton tratin on Saturdyn Jaie Gainesville, Ga. .........
8, a package contalhtag a black cpe Chicago, III. ...........
and booe Important letter. The per. Detroit, ob. .........
nao who ftmopd them will pleas re. Niagara Palla, N. V....
turn to The Gailaevlle Ban oloe and Looleut Mt., Tenn........
receive reward. No qaestionm willU b Washlnl an, D. C.........
asked. Anyone who can Itre s tor. Put-ln-Bay, 0. ..........
S on ladnf to the. rover of rO further Information and Pul
nae will also be reward. reservatiUo eall on or write FR

fte 5toas Eatom Frm atom&
W41, ta. fort~aate, rV191tnnof mature
it ws tat de&"vas tbC tw of mnta
flaffeetttwgfor hwpoligunt vtf :d abeits
grief tW dacWvV.In the 1he-gs.t ,f ts
btoming glory..tbat a eanke- ftij At R3~
beart. unti thAt Its b~eavi Pnd (faran-o
more dmomM forever. K-3turp :r.
sparea the suaueing; rho isas 'rttwb
stcre-br~'ouc ae(crltnal Fewards. !o.;
tiths'm wrbo aek her old. Is t~e y-.%Pt
cune by tallhW iIr zn! g~mr.yz-s b
cast a loom over th 2e s oft ObVIUSardi
of your.'r wonven. bitt thszall* t the fin-
of ha)C* (trt"UA tv w oW uown tt
,)-* !,-,Sr folliles.eNewbre's TIri.r-I 7
Conjil'zely v4e'trivs this strmi. vt.
,*rig!-,irX the, ir tf o *Is- as in^-
wiro !htj!e~.~i1b Ift4.Ig druif-

Two dlams-60 ea" Mud RiM

J. a. Bodltm4 A

Ca, -WW AMtte

I _______________________________________


0. SOYLOTOM, District Pase
Agent AUtldW Coast Line',T

C ICLES a nd


13 -W. UNION

Uuhu ssi~Abstract

pmA.W ~IL Okm,

Weadensa .oelosbr A".. I
now. With Im~ta tol r ;i ,f



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Killd His P g ...
D ek in Decen t
and Hai sli
County Jail.
the lury. fAnd t' w ww-
ioth alias Ma
in thefirst de
recommendat Ot tt
o the court." ..
of the c lto
was the verdict Of t .* '*,
H. Jarvs was
Sof the State of
Smith, allas John a
the murder ofhis .
jJordan, near Cli
S, 190.
defendant took the
fact, be appeared t
satisfied with the ,
jury, since bis neck ha bt
defendant was arraiM I x t*e
Sand pleaded not -
a Jury wa cal a
.ad the testimony i
day until late in the
Ikeo up in testlmonay S a
Sthe case going to th*
Bte hour. It
deliberation of the
to bring in the V
above. "
was no other basine of f
transacted by the court dur-
*e day, and upon the ruder'in
i verdict the court adjodred
I o'clock this morning.
morning the case of th
vs. Wm. Thomas for the mur.
f Maxey Scofleld at Willeford
It taken up. There will be
witnesses in this casm and the
Ios are that it wI require
mainder of the week.


Thomas Was Present But
fMmbers Did Not Come.
Me to be a foregone ocelu-
Iat the people of Oalnevflle do
mire to hold a celebration on
of July-the nation's .brth-
no one responded
Iall of Mayor W. I. T
t of the Board of Trade not-
ing the fact that the notice
A meeting for Monday appear-
kh this paper for two days.
Thomas states that he was
lat at the appointed hour, and
koh only citizen to meet him wa
mey Ferd Bayer, who appeared
t: for a celebration, S VU who
willing to devote his time in' the
0 of furthering the Iaterel t
t irictsion. Mr. Bayer, who wI
'er of a committee on a IeMr
- had with him his report
S1i, which had been letI O#, r
0 lt last celebratio wh ah h5f
Slmdy to turn over to 5a70e
)Pas willing to go to work Ie oI
FN for an obaervance of the
I to be regretted that mething
b deoe in this directiel, a the
Ul hav ben ade molef ghti
^tt to the people, as vel as
* t the merchant.

P"tic Action Not Warugnsd.
'i, -~Penllnl..gt was
ft forelg n Nudtm,
I a waeonGr" "
qil~stiofl held Fda
71 r *aepmc mad thial.
''.at. the lat leurest
'li rwith t0 6at
s e refdet Is th"

diplomatic Asodas
h ~owemaamte ate
the truth u ex.
Ir~ral 1Sovernfea
!irula aspew~
'n at Isu.

Elects OqjCM
17. --PMO erarloeM
'r irerm of the Unit-

Sb here "su m at
"I p Fridy. The
'teay qaertaleod
Stride of Ovta
a Dlatt ElU.
ted promd@*
Gem"e q
pre=#tax L ~
all V





editorr Davis Is a Candidate on a
Unique Platform. .
Jeff I Davis,, editor .of The White
Springs Heral4, writes as follow to
The Times-Unlon:
"Please announce that I am a cai-
didate for State house Janitor before
the people of our dearly beloved State.
I want this offtfe, not so much on ac-
count of my competency, but because
my family connections are in bad
financial condition.
"It elected, and I want the Job, I
will appoint my son chief Janitor at
a good salary, then my son has a sis-
ter-who will be clerk in the office at
a good salary. Not having much to
do they will apply, naturally, for
every vacant clerkship a$ the capitol
until both are drawing double salaries
from theS tate.
"Then my e*a h an aunt-ln-law, or
mome female relative of the family,
who can write for the newspapers and
I can get her a fine job that will easi-
ly place her in the front ranks of
Florida's favorite feminine felicitous
fairies. ie will also want two Jobs
besides wting for the newspapers.
Of course, as Jaftor I would have
share of the grounds surrounding
the capitol, and see to their glory and
leveling. I would have an Adams'
apple adorn the center, without a
Beard, because I don't know whether
the apple had a beard or not, and the
ehaa re asabdeIt NLext I wouM
have a beatiftl Iee with M lovdly
foiae and its BwUs, a 4 M know
It was Duma before d0m attation
had seemio
"Of course I'd have to have a
Brome to sweep clean, and a DBeck
man to use it properly and eomelsoely.
I wouldn't want a shrill while to
wake up the employee, but would
take a Crill one, which might not
wake up the clUtiens of Talahassee,
but I wouli let them know all were
there on tne. I'd plant a Palm-er
tree for beauty, even If I had to
OwChrlst to get It and ship via Jen-
nm. Thee are beautiful trees and
adorn the grounds ever so

"I would not let the public Tram-
ell on the groada, nor Crane their
necks too much viewing the scenery.
r'd makte Crooa for Dar-oue-and he's
wltIm$-" o that It wouldn't be so
crowded at the capitol. I may think
of other needed jiproveammnts at
the capiot. which I amy make known
later on. and wl notey the good peo-
ple of the Utate. In the meaUtme.
reserve your votes for me lor )jaltor.

ses er Depew Salo for lerope.
qew Tork.'JpSe 17.-4kuater De-
pew Mallte4or rope Saturday oa the
team rr St. LAtlI.

S r anta IM TORI
1aon the Iie"tw la ; e. ZI
Puta the

'Mt rf in a... ..on his *

&t dm.h ich The Kit You Him
4w will re t 111fie, dh theo
of June all above ietlIppe
will meet ai at the mlsdee p
of his Bon-la, W. M. I .
Santa Fe, for- purpose ot
honor to tlwhe l IB Idol oieofS
children. r t e'
The warehaolI here has b r
modeled, repdapd and fitted out
Is ready now 'qr an agent jt t NA
be but a few (Mys now until t tas 01f
Pe wnil be .egulxr station, to the 06O I .
delight ft its e ilve citiseas. __,_
In addition. to OUt already grw '
burg we hase established hers
branch of thw Brown-Jenaln gs
wood Co., who are' workln) a l ,
crew of hand getting out hardwto.
There Is almost ma Inexhaustible omp
ply of hardwood here of the' nest I
Capt. E. LesW of the Wade Wood
Co. has a cos#tct 6nd is running t
woodrack at this place. 4* Is a O I 0 f
pleasant geemaii and -akFo a1gS I0 \V fhEH
friends whero w he goes. et
Watermelonst:e in the market
here, to al delight of Thirty Y i
average cooa Their "smiles" oa" K
be heard as b. devour the red
meat of an eay Cob Gem.
The passa" of the pension bill
taking in all thboe that In the six-
ties left their heart-broken loved I0 M IOW Yp WAP ,..
'ones to defend their homes In the O Olen "
midst of carnuae and death, seems
to meet the approval of all patriotic
eitinens here.. fhe4enason bill should
and can be made a roll of honor now .-,-
If those who are entrusted to carry
out the law will use discretion.
The farmers here have the right
to rejoice, as the cotton crop is the
best in years atthis writing. All (,,xo wpme4A
other crops ae suffering greatly for , *
rain, and unle It rain s moon but lit- E E. E VOTLE MG
tUe corn and oteW crops will be made. AbeiraeM of Title6 a u lta iso a' furn ed eat
Santa Fe river In lower than t ha O e a le I. Sh ol m lI
been for years. Dogfennel weeds have eaI w a. :
taien the place of water on te bed 1
of the river in, nany plaoee.
It has been toported to the writer y l EOM OTAXI MUgM
that some persona, In dsregrd of the aulmg o f m A o
law, are dynamiting te river and U' AL ATEANDT .
killing fAsh, which should not be al. 1. L.
The health of this community was lfg ka',
never better. The doctors complain
that It Is distressingly healthy.A r 'H W I u


Purifies the lood and Cleare Up thebl a
Complexion. i oo A n oA A miblo, a nee*o e qse*
viam .06 Vh =l aml of .m a sh d I Io i

Everybody needs to take sulpbur
at ths asesm. Not* g hIlt to pur$
ty the blood, clear up thoe e Implon
ad remove "thaUt Ured teeaig." t
the only wa take tt oo t k-t U"
O Hian 's IAgl4 *m ow

Poe. Applied exterally N
als id ialpbhv akly se ema
wtter, a ld al SkIt Diuaeis. Nlo
044% the *My Ltuld Uft pihM'
mlt- rsmevs Pimples, Dlakakhda
aOd lose sad gives a beatfl m t,
velvety ati. Your druOt oe I L
It cred Mward D. f Hein e redderr
Ick. Md4, of a bad case of Im ad
he write: "Ny face Is asamooth as
an IMUatCL,"
A14outu8alphur Bookl tree, t
you write Mancock U qid Slpheor

Decision In Coompbfll Will C4110.
Honolulu. Jun. I-. 17-Im lb. Camp.
bell will to". 4,! was derided1 r~
that the order for tkw EistrIthItle of
the estate to the rustoes ado0*th hil-
tim ot The Prince%&s KAWSSih
Sa" for the 11,erieft of Mdrs. Walow
mseowtmutae.date$ from the 1011"cd
the ASI ai acUnts of the sdmlustrn-1

ClWneeeTroos uEgap IlW90ge9.
""ies mou, Janie tl.-RepiniSfr
Wei Chos say th~at two roomluesof
ChlU .trow ps greatly caisied the
bmasmts 0 1at a t@ ,with tan re.
mat datbeehelatter We18dlaPevs"d
The vagi trop's les* oe pqr "d
to WOMaddLer Illd am h34#iswm-

If Ise *!*fe 60 u

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dslaty s.d tin n i
seispotd bhcd o
*f yipr the t l na
01,5o 0 fic L "e
in local m ole=
merin. d nts f
,L display advertising m b ,

j wck sun l.Sa lighted t
p porwished th W ert t
acoc nta ts ,e n I 'ae '
al, state and g sil,
ir ee, to h ay prMt of thi
for rds, for pc00 a yea-h1 .
tttlsinLb bills bo W00104004
of advTtediMet, uI&M
in contract Pt othe loe

Sthe primarel tho U o
,s qadse o poyf eat a,
ones being irtwaged ola 0 ,
and Hilborough county.
Peacock has sUoonded J. C
as editor fpt pbUshat
te punnellon Adtoalof Th
wi sho the new editor the no
his sprightly Jouri)l druveiW.
is reported that an eort wmi be
to prevent the payment oft t1
appropriated by the gllfti -
to aid in the boldla of the
fair at Tampa during 'the. egxt
L C. Massey, whb ha ably
ted aoe ad Osseet'
In the State Seate forI
fur years, has boeeu .hima
counsel to the, VrlroWad 'see
SHe Is one of the ablest at.
Sin the State and the womral
made no mistake in his )w

le Mr. Albert Jenlgs of Pens&,
La not formally afnosoed' hisW
for Governor, there I. ot
hast doubt that he ll be In
face. He says he is owr too
with his permnal aart so eS-
woe a campala ba t at tes
hs candidacy and devote i
t le perBonally to mhe osm*
He has ardent opoter
the State, but is eseelas
rou In West Flnorida, ifLch pee
It I claimed by tbmw p
to know, he wlfl oty a9d

Toe bill nltroduoe drtls the at
of the lagisat be by 8iu
to protect the gope a 'tihB
G Meke by those who aGo "t nI
*lpofrtace of the grs te to. I
f Pmracela agl SI
PIn those tlee athe gmb t
--d by maay as tUeo bl i
to be had. They aate the
tiad of soup, while "usiin
S1 a dslrh st (or th od.
commDad tacgr urlueo 13
PLces and their thretmel *
jus Is a serkou matter wita
Srcquabntc with their mi
Penrsaeoi firenda, how.r*m,
pttt supp eUd fro 4eh.
Pot only ith mors, but as a

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.1 rr 1ng whl o. a e ?a

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ka a ltof Orbta A"1

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T' The *5SS22UkS

'ii Ole-
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;rho ily won
I lreglrdf ven of this of
"Of al the ate s so far
a th e for Gover at. Ri CURES
I ia r* estoner, tte 'i not one ot 0
| 9"c In the allpit IXanrf fk .
t5S, "W Ada w.e, who eA Vtassed at an*
orator. Albert tagss to a plain
Sellow, a good 6taer, but not a
i,. A. good speaker. *isna Burr might
I ullPH off somethts Iommitted to men A
O ory In fairly ~" shape. Albert
S00 e ist has been able 'to
Jsiaoq. whto wan sto bie l # than his a di
Sri oam Heataat edae with h isf at oratory and
Smb ntst Bsek Wrpas we canw sebut. this line tfrom
inorts, seposi aw of the bs have been

ot, S ter "- atoarmt ote was Da t ad thr1p
1 w ^tthsam'0 treatment bsth awm
S beT4Mp whoe to dett tthey lent to h emp en a dree
Stra I granted t of e tertaine oiet ttne in Wba A
t~iqpe~'t aX.u ~ terest. If this e fea ? h e st
*1 : 6 6 tk as a p o litica l o n e in co n n ectio n 1 eo n ex t pan R ead lo w ev ila3o .S K u l g
.* b .Ja md t so hapI to Wt be all, People e rotie a tbeaar eat a
PW; a nstisirA ctno committee oughtbikre a brMassb a1-d elk"7 w
SJflo Id ^ ooi th Jp minstrel to*motpany the espeakeu- A4w uWosa A 'a

"w na Jailt.oo teI9ot dispute I tho 9=p nd
The pneti queentlis. That peole- Along with Ursled. aeme t t MofA
; SB 'tlou has made a lMe the -Pubtlc Ltfqr Deap 5 N 500
rto hoitl d thpte about dnt ver, the news m the West S L
tIag the Jap m6 P~to.hesei to th that e i:heepttle a athea U
1bout ora aWn rainaoico ti planely ases broke ot this time in Wy. .
a l h Or :tt paying to Wahlagto amlntg. People ou th ot as a
, t *asyw oe Boaarranolaseo pe know wbati eep and cattle ...
Sto nabesw ( the war is, but It to w enough bu
Sa board and ma ng a baran la esfor theo evolved, and tor . O
i iet9o t h *emnbool ru. hHtlt.e and dtot poverty o' 1 o
umAa for te aw irp oft inoi ylBa it ir a little thu a Kento0 cky
the national pride of the Japanese I0ou0taln feua. e caes over the r
It te a tempest et a Jape0pese teapot ten tihe teem e hte ohee ahnd We p
ad woM n bd It our stren cattle men as g a rig hts of the llw U itia
o .ns admnstr.atio will allow it to. *IS Cattle The peNennal question otf arty poll have traveled.. GAi many theaoBanes V
tois to who will be the noml ees ~1rm of the aIt grg land of .
of both pirtls for Prealdent hals e the Weat qre w awally reduced tou
oe' an lapetus by the endorae desert by the "eoads of sheep .. . ,. ........Vi ... -
amt of Senator Knox by theRepub- o( the public tmAg to which they
ema fe oaMvention of Penaaylvan colai to have C1 aotMihft as the|

4em dt o eo tarf reoma, sultqd la the kllts of sy me thi
or v reo. Th Insuares a sso int Wyotlem, a d 'over 4.0 -
squabble over mfdiWatee ao d also on sheep. One phase of the very ad
the tariff plank ln the Republican polhlc of the adilnletratlon which Po0pl. aU Over FlorldaS se the Atlantic Coast L4ua
Snational eowtltaett awil be dim- the Denver coamese Is meeei g "P"arp Old for sheduJe a t tie Jsmewtowu Ixpe
eit to eopreadnlse wthiot losis thes combat. woueald the leah of the sitlo0 TNO t eB AOh Way with through
votes of those Repaubwloas who reeaml. gmtn r oe a thhe emoisaui la d
ly betleve to tarrefesrta.- 'a this deatb-Wepflp ed. The el. f t
The movem i nt the Dbmocrati dendt or eK b'te Sao p an d fifteen dayslmit exc
party for the nomination of a Sou n h wth InIdi he laterW t 0s yf o0n April 19th to November
ea man hua been avery gee"ly lor, to Denver MkRbeoie thel y
taken np In the South aad ealy eotls sI t Y them Over if poes t W .
every pogtherm State has presented ble to his wV of headlteg (he West. -
ae oore favorite eons for onuid. -Ur l d qn One would thInk ach 6QrOn at Vry W oAtt.
eratlon, tWloBt Senator Dan0el of that tehe eeiene of the ep am
Vfrtgnld soar u oelved nmost.. ad cattet war should be a good arg.. For further informiatlop ee your nearest
ral attetio. Such a tree, fair and east or t yodw hoee. y.

squabbr.ight FRANK C. BOPYOLSbTON
nomipatlon of Mr BryaW, but mr.n TAObMARIs . COWRaSHS Dsiriet Paslo Age, Afosle osWt LiOR, Jeskonvlle, F
a ohave been hiso mt ardent sup- __a.wudtth.___o th gitf T*0 ____tealm esel way with h _
porter of other suapnigas fear th-t * h-. .

al at another dest wM .e diu .. _*_.. .. srithot harge. an s r P
aYbes to him and the party. The iW Usedi patet.
Tb tt Democrats mast met -de @ sAM
SA* d ayshl nadk and Preeeleia Ref* ^ n .I
twho ar the mot avaBable oaBteom* --- InNW SE J AOR D do..
e-a a s the eIreumsta Tne twhsre m
wti be no dispute about the l t
pe=04. Pw these l. x ho- Hs RAeagH URod Air Lio Rail weay
-i teadamental priaclpleesd ^ta Atterseyi
th stad the pIIa a S mi 5a6 Wsehim D. c. SAVANNAH, OOlUMbiA, CAMDEN, SQU
the e* that have arlio durtai the THE N PINES. RALEIGH, RICHMO)W, I
tiS : r ratsa"of UDINE WASE on, BoitMsods, -
all shadei os oe.eA adXre Mr. FS ADELPRIA, NEW YORL
rMea. they praise h-s hoeeaty of par- V i as s rIf
pose sad the only aestion they want ...fS." Dly
ptwerIt Is, aerm be elected andrI
wo at atganhebenylm l be expected aK- ei *it l m e I tocawy? BOBT MFLLB. .. i 11. i nYPDR ;

ewei e$ Of nmet fohr CataRrh that
CMhod Miner
AS ,artw VwM..t detroy the
ll -f m .t mmd eoftplely de-
uw tdb whole sr woM eaterw. g
It t~s the mn os smawhs Sach
arUtoM shi awUr be usod memept
0 promplen Iemqtpable pbrhy-
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Di.BwInt epidemics are scarce, bqt such a one has struck Gaineeville,
and eopeC every station and oocupalion hav the fever.
I Iis iDOit intereting and instructive t6 stddy the cuestantly changing
lie of ap!'ioanat for Pocket Banks as it files' through The -Sun's business
ofie. 'Thve is the mother, bringing her daughter with her and securing a
bk for togirl, another for herselfand inquiring anxiously whether she
um have another for the boy-whola at work. She receives it promptly.
h"oys o0oe4-eome are steady, serious.faoed chaps who have begun to
thitk on their own aooount, and who ask questions about the operation of
at b heme which show the results of rubbing upmagainst thq world.
Then. the High School girls and b ys, gay and active, wble thb work
man ad business man ."lip in* during the noon hou to Set a bank for the,
boy or girl at home, after asking one or two leading questions to make 'sir.,
- thAre is nojoke about the 9 cents.

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te multitude
told by HUM
I to&A alleged
tho slaughter
rof Idao, whot
led 11 the tatter ye ItS a
the method d
of Minerm,
rd's coufessB laid l J
The chapters rsi
or four sOWats, blt m
Celorado and Idaho lhi' i
Confornia inCldeot'--ra
Sin this story mean
with the bombs. The
t incontrovertible A
was there A the t
was Injured yI b Y
rd's story of thi m
ui been verified 1 ,
the mine at the 1*
time the coanmedetl i" O
with the eases of O
by Orchard was tO oAtt 0
wftneses Friday wN.m
Steve Adams at f
r 'le evidee
Steletgraphed to thwi

y, Hgrwood tos hmw
Nt to .
Bradley, but tevl t doi
trouble at saOan ad
that Haywood bad1 a8b1tt ,*9
anid SaturdAy w58 tii.S.Ifti
First National beak C
ywood did some of*
ess there, &ad It t o
officers of the bank aaahil
tary evidence isa belts ioe
of the most importat that
to offer.
the state is said

noke, Ala., June a.-.w 'I
t force of the tl a'ta S
and Atlantic ary l -iag Ii.
the Incorporate limits U 11a-
SThe steam sbgvel fior t 0el9e6
them filling I iand oia l;.a
up the track. It has beem mg-
ed that when they rea^ the Pte
which the depots are tob'ilO0M
ed thar every bell and 4etap
It In the town be a 9 t,
me .the arrival tin f .n"
t trunk line of pad wh -M
.much tn this entJQ stedtoi o
e of A!al.ima.

l Francisco Purged of v '
New York, Juie 17.--4prumer M ,.
r Jame. I). Phelan. ok9a PYrap-
1a 1 Is at ttfl WaW7t sWWrt.
qll ; ii an intervletAl
iga San tFrancisco will frT
S,-ars a, a result of the tt-brtb
A I' leian said: "BSaa ran-
o ,~e good xqernment fort
v,- '1or until men forget'-the
a n re has said that me6m.
Snn every ti. yr.
S'av. .ri,~wi the rest of t1e world
P *!. .. 2. usinpsso and the. UCa
: ,, ,,, e on the entire sowa'
0 h:.1 a.e a bcnehflat et-

S A Happy Mtesl .
il see that her babr Is Si l
for-to do this a goaod pinAug
*Sfessary Many babies
to worn.,s and their motn i t!'
Sst-'( your baby s lait1 -I
ha't ,s... at aOilht, l1 a ..I
P 'ormni White's
ro *ill < i an out thes 91i.
il.d i.aant way. O'e tWI
Mtba, t" Give it a tebL f
ei,' S.l4 by W. K. J- .


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pProst of
the Joli9
rnor Den *MW r TS
Gentleman b ',3 Day a
'a Anrt tnimet-iba
Sto blow th v
aIstole 6,000
log held as o
mer superint gsM,
.ton C. Doug
Tate said h the
iht of Jaf, ad thai
asalsted by !1 aWt,|
berty. He ;00 U
three men bylA prefflaeat
representing Doatmhety.


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Orchards 9iA at 5t Velhey,
Ft. Valley, I hevy wind a r ta stornm her 41
a ftarul amo1 t 4aafge to tam
and orchards I-of his place. 01i
orchard that sold frdt .for $2,0 lat
week Is reported af total loss. Other
orchards have been damaged froml 55
to 60 per cent. J. M, Oreea's or-
chard is ruined. Not'a least 1s left
on cotton, and corn Is ruined. Many
orchards, however, missed destrue-
Jess &impio Was Avqotted.
Brunswick, C., June 16.--40e
R. Simpson, the IS-year-old Lagreas
county white mtaa, who shot and kilu
or Peter GantUlS, a well nowo a-*
gro barber, in tlu elty, on the anigt
Iof April 3. was acquitted on the 1ast
I ballot by the JlTm. Simpson claimed
he shot in selfeodfease, and was In-
Stoicated at X~i ttime of killing. The
verdict was a 'rplriW to many.

toi mlan ;tateaan on Universal Pease s
'lsamarnt. -0 E U AO
he AHA ,, June 17.-M. Nell- *.W PiE M
opened the peace conference Sat-
p.day by 'alrmtng that untversalI k n niiESTION
'Poem. and disaranament were unat-. _ _____ w
1Matible, The deliberate utterances of Aad keeps on arsloed of "at stred
the Rdaplan atesman, although pes-. '" a Siw. oMw biead is
salmistle to the extent referred to,
were btop1, w a later, he said he IT's YOU OWl FAULT
fbellvye tit's better method for the ,.
Judwial aNI(pAt of disputes was.! Ifyo OdOI notwkeeJO. e. es Wgreed
oai~r tame. for im fs every 6a
possible, even hion1th all conflicts be.iad ddetvered reov bh
twea nations rere no more avoidable KVSTO'i BaUMR-,
tUa oWl4t1 betwn individuals.
Jn h1 S of M"addre sM. No.- P w l165- 1 Ar PMr.'
S tly 'p, e the Anmerican M
delegate by he high tributeoo which NOTICE Of ELECTION.
Ake paid to -PfesMdet RO velt and An election will be held in the Ro-
'adreyr arnegle, not meuntonlng any ehelle District at t school house on
r )wnades or rules. lThursday, July 11it, 190, for the pur-
-' "* '1 ,- pose of determinlag whether or uot
No Trace oa Kidnaped Boy. sld district shall be created a special
N s(e-iiJune.lT.-Tbhe elev. ta x school district. for.the election of
ti pe fn the iLABasa kidnap-, three truteM thereof, and for the
ds w arr.est ,an' M or deternmlulg the rat of
oa waq arrested and, takda to a a.,M, and gMec
SaW" Th Siding of j l~ e be assessed and doUected
S atrdty. The pndlna of the, therein for the next seoCeedolg two
ugs boy, bewever,' appears so years thereafter. Polls w*1 open at
rer than It was sereal 'days ago. 8 o'clock and close at sunset. The
The vtlace committee and police followtug md persons have bon
a- l oa.l Saturday on another cew appofAind la sectors of said elecuou:
o "earlySaturdayoa another Clow A. Tcoker, 0. A. Thigpin a d J. H.
( bhed by a letter, lthe contents otf Q Was. uoe Of whom shall 8 at as
w1Usethey would not disclose. olerk.
% By order of the Board of Public In-
T I hotrucUon this 3rd day of June, A. D.
tal Entries hw ,07. 17. R. B. W2E3 ,
*Washington, June 17.-A table Chairman Brd. Pub. Inst
prepared 1' direction of Asketant Attest: J. L. KELLTY. U1c. and
bferetary Newberry shows that the S pt.
Wtal entering the naval and military
o Urigqationa of the United States, ao. NOTICB TO TAX PAYERS.
Oerdwlg to returns of July 1. last, was In comapllance with Section 23.
$,I07, of whom 47J were officers ond Chapter 5MO. Acts of 1907. notice IS
*.634 epllsted men. hereby givea that at the regular meet.
______ _g- Ig of the Board of County CommOe-
S tloers tia and for Alachua coasty
N iht Journey I-Aa eealra. e tDy Int. 1907, the d
t4Ih yuaMSa o.N* !Asrexapr,. will review and
Pal s, June 17.-AlaRtI HN wleya" w A perfect the asseamt
tade a as eeat. rr, n t wflir the yeSar 1907, and will hear so
Fric Bputer, at Lat. n, roud te ta .and receive testiMo ay as So
Aero club park at St. Cloud in of o a16 =e of any property, real sad

the' eIeW ballboma. TMe ata#bJ we
=a~ WoIebwtk~ho aerSa in-
tosemholngto Iafts the jpurser

burpt i t u itt

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2 xed by the Count
nocm~plst can be "~d or test-
p~ e~i~eiunlemsa id gugemsinet
~~ ~by' the couty Comniis.
ttkda" Ciosvlle V.June
149 1S. if. WIENOM. Clerk.

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When the blood is pure and healthy oft, smooth a
free from eruptions, but when the blood with some i
healthy humor the effect is shown by rashes, 1| sand pimpli
or other disfiguring and annoying skin disease- TO vied w
cotntlem pores and glands which act as a dra the b
of impurities through the perspiration that is throw
these little tubes. There are other glandls that pour *llin an o
substance to keep it soft and pliable. Whcn tl blood, wi
humor' and acids these are thrown off throh th 4 la
bring and irritating the skin and driving up the natural a
= lnot only Acne. Ectema, Salt Rheium, etc., but suc
* ons as Tetter, Psoriasis, and kindred trouiles. The ti
t~ubles with salves, washes, lotions, etc. is not along the
ch treatment relieves some of the itching and discomfort aidl
the skin clear, but it does not reach the real cause of the
A opmors in the blood, and it can therefore have no real cura
tl affections. S. S. S.. a gentle acting and perfect hl
Sad quickest treatment. It goes down into the lood a
tj timh o, fiery acids and poisons from the circulation, cools the
Sblomd, and by sending a fresh stream of nourishing l Mood to
tly cures skia diseases of every character. S. S S, is made
iflt1l producing roots, herbs and barks, and is an absolutely safe
ff r old 8. S.S. cures Eczema, Acne, Salt Rheum, Tetter,
all other disagreeable and unsightly eruptions of the skin. S
Ct 8k1l Dissfes and any medical advice desired furnished free to I
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Hi g capp tned

I tfe..su . ... .
paer for aso st tW

$2r poter bto m
,. .
lea typewrite 4 .

Br. Badley of WAlohu od
s city yesterday. ,,
leases to t fru st
$1 per hund Lr.
pries- to Neo l to NW
oel Steam iy aIs td
H. DC. Halle of Al chaWa

L Hutchinson has ti
tflorida where he Da b

e of the prettiest full blaoe
r pups for sale. Caint a lt
street lt
Wanted-Someon to care i
esville, Fl. l
L H. W. L. Barton of Rocky oat
among those who qpent yestar.
ein this city. M
T. J. McRae left yesterat y for St.
eroburg ad ot her points in Suth
e da on businese.
Robert Ellis of AlacBus spext Soa'
in this city with his parents, M*'

kePt for sale at this oftie at T

rsot ree
evil et Fla b r
MIt each. Guarante ed.

ae your stationery print at The
olice. First-class wiork proaMptly
'verad at reasonable prices is osr
Mrs. E. H. Waters and re
y have been on a pleasant visit
b the former's parents. 8
C M. Dell made a business trip to
IWIP yesterday. Mr. Dell owns one
Sthe tipest farms In the county,
Which is located near t i e. .
When It comes to'ladles' oxford
h Ixpular priced grades, we aheel-
ttl::~ry recommend the PrIncess atO
?lE.r |r, Wt, L. C. Sltwah. '
Little Mis. Annie Masae baabeae
l~raie.d to etr roqm for a day or two.
hat her trhnid will be glad to teal
CLt Mh.* ima no longer in bed.
Friend. of Mrs. Mrs. H. O. llRemaet
It ba t ien seriously IN with e =t-
*l !,'r, .ll be glad to le that
1t i lntiotr ie greatly Improved.
n T W. Shanda left yesterday
n ilfle N. C., where *he will
b ',1, inir. Her rieads wisht
I1 i,. .,; 1and beneelal Mioera.
'' '^, of Cadlllac was Ia the
F r d'*i orn business. He paid
'a i'a.antvisit, letviar a
.!h.r year's ssbeurlUtias.
Paul, special aglet ot
'o t ro land ltee. VIt
A It r Tallaha.ue. sa. epter
," ':l balmisae. ,Ee en.
,_- :,. *,nt several day. s
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Namd fWte. corn $3 per bushel
ia' 0s4 Co's.
itil1i of H eaworth was
48tw lty K3y.
s students attention-8peelal
,6t you on laundry. Weaver's
6tlu IAdry.
mr b B kOltty of Mlcanopy apent
l this cfty as a guest $f his
".teil J. Fletcher Hill. ,
A. W. Thomas has gone
4, WiMn- where she will be the
SeOPt relatives for a few days.
.l ebster of the Dutton
SOompany ha returned
lines trip to Booth Florida.
w hipin of Rochelle., se
gt4 the Atlanto Coast il*
t yesterday In this o ty on basi-

? Me Uo~lnney, Jr., and GaQe W.
teom$ 0 two well-lknownl dlteo
0( d gre visaltors to Gainesville

J. UI Medlin and children have
retured f'phm Worthingtor Springs.
Where they have been ojouming for
the past few days.
Mrs. L. A. Avers of Biratlagham.
Ala., who has been hee for some
ti e on a vldt to' relatives, has re-
turned to her home.
henry C. Fut left yesterday fto
Oaau and other pqints on business.
Ioe expects to be absent for the re*
malnder of the week.
Double BtrenOth-Doubly Delightful.
Blue Ribbon not only goes twice a
.or as ordinary vanllla but it is doub-
ly delightful In flavor.
Mrs. J. I. lPtch and Mrs. Henry
Putch are spending a few days at
Cedar Key, where they are enjoying
the Invigorating ocean breezes.
D. C. Warner is at home again, af-
ter a visit to Atlanta. ome, Chat-
tanooga and other pol a a com.
blned bulneoss and pleasure p.
Wanted-Manager for brnebh of-
ce we wish to locate here In Gaie-
vtlle. Address with referenmo The
sorris Wholesale House, CaclmeatLu
Ohio. -
M. 8. Richardson of High Springs.
one of the oldest sad best citizen of
Alachua county, Is in the city. He
mat The Bun a friendly a0 yea-
d5ay, which was hAihly appPreciated
watWhell Hires of Worthihgton
Springs was In the city yesterday on
butness connected with thi United
tow, land office. He left in the atf
o afor points in South Florlda,
Where he expects to remain for sev-
oral days.
Among the prominent visitors tW
this city, for the past two or three
days wai Hon. P. .. Simomton of
Tampa. who was here on professoonal
business. Mr, Slm ton lisa latge
stoefhoI-er of the Tampa aOd Jack-
te ,Moad. and attorney for the

W. Milcan of Waldo was in tihe
tlty yesterday. Mr. Millcan has Just
'rbed froum White SprKin where
hb wfte and baby are SojorMing for
beAset of the latter's health.
al nU roret to learn that the
baWa c&d*il A seems l tt im.,

P Wapte-Me to leaer barber t *ade
as1sep weekty pel sdend f; few
wed a s; -an er peeas
Uieat af ni *rt, tree clinic.

*t ,*u. S B-y asses new.
irr' d Matur marher colle*,

Ut. a of in .. who mian

f~tftb h-|Li j^^U^^ a- ss s*aile ^f
\^^__~sta ses '_. ^IA '^-*

Nrayl to Wbeats a *;
Mrs. Chaas, ty o omra ale Hehts
was shopp In the oty yesterday
C. E. I4e a t Micanopy t
yesterday In thO i idty on buulesm.'
-Lee Jennina, a clever young WhM
ot Rochelle. ppent yesterday in At.
Olty on busti na.
Miss Allce Baaaett of Jacksoovlll
has returned to her home, after a
pleasant visit to reletUvea here.
Chas. Green Of ,Rochelle. light agent
of the Atlanto Coast Lne at that
point, was sla the oty yesterday.
Lost-On it Main street N., rift
containing saetae trunk and drawer
keys. Return 6 Sun office and get
Among the viedrs .to th city
yesterday WaAD Captan "3. A. TIokA
of Rochelle, hb mad.The T sn an ap
predated caL.
Eugene Bale of Croom waM S t
the city yest*h. Mr. BeTfl, wbb
was reared i a d, a Iown o-M
Ing the agens i4 the Atlantic Coaat
Line at Crooit,
A limited mplyf of the maps of
the city of -aiasvole and It*ad-
ditions, she 4Us4, price as 100g a
they last $3 e4ih at vans red. W.
or W. W. AMe'a,
Conductor CaIt R. Carter of the
Atlantic Coae Line Is off for a fet
days' well-eared vacation. n the
meantime Qltdactor Gilmer haS
charge of the *igh Springs-Ctra trals.
Attention is called to the Uibange
of advertiseamet of the Galnesvlle
Furniture Oomamny, which appearM
elsewhere in t isIo*ue. This firm Is

advertising te famu "Vudor"
shade, which. *o the standard porch
shade, and Wick has proved quite
popular in 1 *section.
How PON.l IUee Their Money.
By once, about their person
by stowing aI mus, ju g and
$ars; by se! & p akirts and
ticks; by tueo i tar the coaches
awd carpets, eupmbardo and b.
rea drawerA tO as ame of the
ways by w 0pt lose their
money, and their lives.
.,Mw Peop iC TIheir Meap.
By deposItt Als t a d m reft M
beaL Cooa 4 -hat thi blak faM y
meets the p aee, we tender
Its services tE whbaUlve tI kee{
tag on the l ow n.
P___WUJ 8SM.. Bankesrs

IN! "101 I" CI

Chl et Stor0e -o th.



we have j t -AVWPWVW,,
nice sh~pment hof
pattq~rns.Price@ tl~


Are much coolaer In the,
saumnor than *9AOM rs
ft have. a mn~o Id
lHns 4Wdnow is a good
timae to puchase.

Shoes Shoe





Wfhy B in oubMTIM

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I Ye

Pt your money's weot

I" s and sometimes you
YQO KNOW by the test of 6
trading at this store that you are a
, of e Heneet Merchandise
every ,Mllar you spend with us.

A* t

SCheap Goods

Are ii sft woap hey do not last
I. 'W 'ly buy them when we sell
beter ise at about anie figures
itM Velo$e $1.10, $1. *and $1.0

STalffeta ike $1.004 $1., $1.31

Lasef White eoJeh
SL T Dtted SWI e, Silk Pell


iCricdLawns at 10osF44.
Iso lomdse at 160 yard.
10, tdevel ft at 26e,$11oand 6W yard


Mrs. R. W ilson

.1- .... -*- W
Mount Verbon Lodpe
f ... 90, Kolghts of Pg.
this#, meet tonight at
8o00 in their asllle Hall

e ver Dustao' Baook. CAE IIRXTAVNMUIT.
Vsisg' brothers are weloe. lo
W. T. Powno. 0. C. I B. A. 8TauME, K (Next to Poetsee '* )

Mrs. L. C. Lyneh has gone'to Ocala. NOTIO, "
where she will sped a few days as Belnnlng April lot weV wiA
the gwest o oer at, Mrs. L o0r mameera* atof 14 per .
Hie, ,Bmeesl-end 64 trading tiebte,
J. LesIe .Aow, formedy of Mica- if tre*ele" in .e try .pee
sopy lbt now at eRI Rver, W large leetWri fens, lsri
bke is "wow th tB *eroa a bl- bee cub is ux. ior L
mee, was In the ofty yetay. Mr. AL I
ArnOw ha many fr t ds heri who are 0 the es. veys
mty eS toA s him.
a7 ga to s M. lse. Game cooked to order
Mrs. Roes Water, one of the oblige fe apeeewo.
tag lerks at the delvery window o aOt V ARLY aod LAfA
tuo 90Oet1ff1e. lIft yesterday for .
Hid=an. where Ihe will sPe a TT
ople ofw l. ,ek satly i wthbr .JEFF SIMONS
husband. Mrs. Wafr i. e if. 0,
her anSual atitm. ,. 3 .
Joseph B. Brookm nturmu yesteu"
day from Cedar Key. when, e ha
beea recuperstUng tt0 Ot twoe or F1 t
three days. Mr. B a * 0 "
paniled by his friend. J. IL a y .
of Nashvillo, Tenn.. wv 4 e 0 erAu* 4 g
ly enjoyed himself that W des"i to
remain a fetow days lO r at tat

I. C. McLeod o( Keadrish was
amM those who eRt ye tdey In
thi city. Mr. MALOd s a promt-
ment eltisen of a Kant Me was taor (IA are f l efl
several year.n a member of the board l VlLI
of county emrmlsein R Marion .-
couMnty, and enjoys t"e soetloo of I a'
having built i his iSOt the gIstth trade i
bard roMd ev--rS' tro b,,, inh isalfordes in

county Mr. M uea Uuar n e ---i '
bard roads, ad very ~astic .tl.c
o@er the good roads qestio. lHe i
points with prte to what a beeo;

dl -srtio.

to Mare lo aty is this

Otli Shoeoesmu

for MtmWommneu
Chfidusa Try asfo
yawr pext pair.. We wU
ffl"sOat wowlNtA h1 tUI
1nale with =S sd be
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