Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01149
 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 19, 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: VID01149
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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toas the elotimo laU
O'ol lfowL .ad w-.
'. Me to botteauo tP
gther' krtittg re-

elu mO te at a eon*'
red agaast the proposed
sppteiLd ,a oommautte to
a or tre tmhe peamsstry, the
pui ~na d bhy worklugmen.
d eile11at and group of
rs are also contemplating
O notice to &heL

pi". from practically every
OFiB4ltre snnonuaoe that the
4Jsel alolop of parliaaeat
ed allttlyotBd with almost

to reibe
,atd 'pu'9 ar Mn tnUot.
toelin at 1parliafaest be

Di %$U#*, "t en hucr
the h boaie oritlibma of
pv03~est, w-a tlIweit ai

Rtal4re:, Pl'.

road cou y the
t the ~oughk i td
urmAd, VIl M t
ca&-NOw MSai3I0 AIt
,m now unatduer ,'
S ton's control
a d andI

vt, ole ro., Junes 1.-l
aeeest Bmuday Blght
o were popably fatally ti-a.
ate Dr'. Ben Htoks Met*
UptaaoWP hospital. Wha.
I *e. ,letcalf and Mrs.
Pt he Metcalt boe.
60 BIe plu"gt over
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SCound at 9 o'clock Toew
t adjourn
mont ef 'fW the work

The aeld. was pro-

tot". twelve
on. t .na kia~ dial-

hM folko t N N. SW t *-
The Jtt t epaseIs

lad, W. Rogers, D.
A. Prevatt Sf. D. O.k oland,
N. H. Jolly, Z andef%, C. N.
Merry,.0,,A. WgIaJoh W Harris.
The Jury w, r and placed In
oarge of tl~ batiK aa tow minute
to twelve 'at. *hen an aljourn-
mant wu AI uatl 2 o'olook p. m.,
Mis INo* e having biA sen at
for to takd testimony. .
ftameen o Oesion.
Promptly at I .o'bok Judge Will*
reoonvef o ort, and the 'taking of
4goiya *#y ;i jMun.
.. Prak n ho4dr was sworn by the
State, at4d it bREt testified as fol.
lows: Wiess mad Maxey Beofleld
were passing defendant's house on
Sept. 24t 11gp when te latter called
to 'eoold isad aid to him tha htis
mimu had a led m osmedf his (Boo
L )m mistake and placed
tmdea A l r ..d but as s0oo so the
teaon we hlfthed up after dialne
he would ha e them hauled back to
ool's' 9iT. M latter groled that
was al right but that he uadenstod
he (Thomis) had aeouaed him of
stealing tis tUe, and that'tf be to
any other ma i nsa be had stolen t

Ing ties, that If he wouil not respect
him to respeso t fAt t to go away.
as he 41 W t r p to to have any
trouble with bIr et4Oe told Tho
ato got his gun ai 0 b home with
him and they wou settle it.
Thomas replied that be ouhld not so
.1yT here, a asd a Intothe hboe e,
1UlWAi. Witaese then tuaed ad
walked off and asked Sooeld to come
on; the latter repled oe was 4t
gowng anywhere. t th witness
had preceded a w stops e heard
the report ot a gu. but did not turn
his head to eee what had happened
nor did he quicken his pace. bat pro
seeded on to Powler's store. Whea
he last saw 8ooffeld he had his right
hand on the gatepost. Witnes 414
not see any platol In 4ool06 hasd
vho h e turned away from hb. It
took oo~mdrableo qustl on
part of Judge Carter, lead emu rl
for the dofease. to draw t certain
testimony from the vitae.
Hubert Uielitt
Was next sworn by the State. I
the mlJn his teetimony otoborated
that of Mr. Hodder. He ,e6 a 1*
up ase esXpeUt, however, abet
I -M- mood by eslM at --A
*ld W a Thoma* appeared t the
4o u his glun he sad: e s
to. MaMuW* take a good hhuI *
toi-s th lred a*
-~l was protestiag fNr b fl
k -g pocket (Deth
be act is oa the pomad.
LanmsteH w

o was c M atd em the r et the

a le Ine o the e*er two
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SRich New tork Lady Is Ore;
lw tL^l. Wr'~i

-__ _i__i_ e w imewI w n ithnequitss.
was about toot or htes Iche.s Thoms t gt his and t s dy WATH HAS ITS DRAWA
from It, tatepd of protrqdtng from Ift e would not go. home with him to WALH HA IT DRAW
the pocket of the dead man. go halfway, and they would settle tin a Week She Has Been Ase
Evidenom trooki He was looking straight to nld's or w that In the A kre;t
Miss Alie Starling wae oalef to ftam when Thomar fired the Ihot. On
thoe tand by the State. Solicitor CrO e"amionmtion witness dold not Would Amount to Over $2,c.o.c,
Rivers asked her\fi she had heard say whether the pistol deeased ad Somne Strange Requests.
tpa make any threat against So- was a "blue steel or brioht butYork,
prf4 priorto the killing. Defendant's it was partly bright When Booased Nee? York, June l,18-c ,
ounasi beted. but objeqton A was fll witness picked up i htet a statement made public
"Gad9 td;but objeation w" .np h s hreqqUests for gifts sent to .: ,
VerMld lad eep6 onD notd. Ube and went to postofice. He did ~uitu, aggr gte nearly 2,.:
t ar thee salt that about three so to whore the body lay. week. they rae a ll the
we- before the killing she heard Marion Pipklns, the asking for $15 for d t
Thomas ar he expected there might Was tolerably well acquainted with teeth to $1,000,000 to start a ,.
be trouble ween him anal id. the deceased, Maxy SBooeld. He saw In Cuba.
Defodat's" ouaseel then lmved to him at the depot At Bell on the Sun- is Gould ive, an item ci
# iWeW Aeetlm ny of this witness day prior to his 'death. Witness and of a seek's requests r-citv 'iM.
on' iad tat It was too vague. Soofleld wer'tplklng about cross ties, F. anz Kalkenborn, the orche .
Judl granted the motion when the ltter told him there would er A movement is on fh..
with ther argument, and Miss be no future hereafter for Mr. ta' ro nc-loru's orchestral us, ,
Staring -was excused. Thosea after Monday, as he was Mr' Kalkenbor't orchestra N u r
M. T. -Waters going to kill the d- -- On periaenut feature in New rk For
Testified that. he reached the body ross examination witness said he is, obl tlone of t..
SfBoofleld fkom three to ten minutes did not tellThomas of the threats Sh or.eteouraged Mr. Kalcnb, '
the shooting, being about seven- until sometime after the killing, be- lcldeitally, cited the fact ; !,. 4
yve yard from the see of te cause he had hot seen hilt. The con- wa's nset tht only thing ste : ,
killing He found Soofleld fat oashis versation between witness and Sco. to courageag. Thtu, be ;e ::
back, his Arms.outstretched and pistol field was brought about on account the list.
protruding from pocket. Several peo. of some cross ties. He never had In the week referred to, Mis ,
pie were around the body when he been tried for or convIcted of any received 231 rettuests for n,-niw i -
arrived. He was constable of the dis- crime. right. Of these, 199 left th, '.,i'Ut
trtet and had been sent for by (te Threats Corroborated. to her good will 'and dihc,.,a .' .s
defendant. Osqar Whitefield testified to about Gould wa$ aoked In that nan. '
Jusecee of Peace Toeslfie. the seae thing regarding the threats $ 0000 to help form an ai-.
8. 0. Barron, justice of the peace Booffeld made against Thomas on Sun- league In Idaho. che 8 r.. :
for the Bell district, was sworn. He day, the 3rd of September, as relat educational Instlttit lon and. f
found the body of deceased 1i same be Pipkins, stating that oofleld sa4d braries. More than :3o ,: ,'
position atSeostable Waters Mid he Thomas had accused him of stealilt l* charitable institutions* ': .
tound'lt, also te pWLtol. his tiew and e was golng to kill him sons, presumably yon,,,,g i ,.
JutiCe Baronm said ae did not know using very profane language. On wanted Miss Gmuld to hvi ",, ,
whether defendant ad Oent for him cross examitation witness said he had trousseaux. Eleven p: :. '
r not, that Constable Waters asked told Break Thomas about the threats. pianos and twelve wantedl. d
him to go alons. Thoms ekid to He had had some trouble with Sco to buy their invention.
him that he was not trying to t field eight or ..npne days before the
away and wasnted(e matter settled killing. but held no malice against Epworth Leagu* s Close Convention.
at once.d w ted the mtter settled him and continued in his employ the acon, Ga., une IS -I. th
The State Reel. same as if nothing had occurred be- annual convention of t'w lV:;-
h o l ictoR v. Rivs tween them. Pipdns and Parish1 League of the South ( orgd a. life;-
At this point Solicitor River hld also present hen Scfleld made ence came to anAd Sundavy *tng
an exceedingly brief consultation the threat. after foul days busy. prontamhl a8.d
with his assistant, Col. C. Mathson, At the conclusion of the afternoon pleasant work. The two hunIlrd de:-
and announced that"theState rests." session She uoort adjourned until 9 gates who have attended cre :Peaue
Judge Syd 1. Carter then stated to o'clock Wednesday morning. bave enjoyed their visit to the Centril
the court that he desired a few Ci. ty. Their fellow workers he
nmomots In which to edasult with his TWO BURNED TO DIATH. have welcomed them. and have gltve
associate, Congressman PFrak Clark, every possible helix to the work. Tt"
Col. L. A. Thrasher and Col. Evans Mother and Daughter Cremated In a the work of the ]pwerth LuAs lan
Hall. which was granted and 1he at- Fie at Savannah, Ga. Geor|, and especially Is south QGeo
torneys retired with their client to Savannah. Ga.. June 18.-Mrs. la. has received a new impetus uI
one of the aat rooms. Thomas Cook and her daughter, Miss onthbulasm there aa be o, .ubt.
Upon returning frm their consul- .telle Peunntata, were burned to
tatlon counsel for defense called death Sunday mornlng ing a fre that Small Hope for Bundriek.
uHerbert Whit*id I destroyed tire home of N. A. Fous- Atlanta, June 18.-All Ind4at1td
Herber t.W.e. tain, a son of Mrs. Cook. Mr. point to ihe fact that George a Bun-
A4 their rest witnees, who teotiled fountaia was injured by a fall from drick will have to go to hPe g; Owl
that he realded at Bol on the day of an upper story window but will prob- at Cordele next Friday for tbepurder
the kllUg of 0acole by Thomas. ably recover. of Parmer Shroader. After the ,:rd
Witanes was at his grandmother's in The house was located beyond the hearing of the case Fia) it v
plain view of defeiasat's h when eity limis, and the ramme did not stated that the members of the P'-
the tragedy o.eurred. He o ild hear go to reader assistance. The Saaes ea comaMisiou who twice de
c-v--e-b- a between Th -M and hbad gained great headway when the Diadriok's appHIcatlo for commu
siod, bhet eOld not hear all that oeeeupants the house were atuad. tioe to life lIprisomwenta. b 1
a jdd4. He ,w Maxy SogleloMd MIs F taln, It is said. had made o hanged other 0alads1. a1 wed
Mtaldingmar Tbhoae gate and saw her way oqa the house. Hern mod- their or al rort stad.
l- w-th ~ts right had o his aety taesa frced her to ru bek for -
s -a--e tl- durinS g the e s loethag. She n er reappear- everidge silent en Rumored Maer ,94
wi ; ehe was waving gatali was gSIpag his way New York, June IS.-1 '.
hioe ik hd att e a tlat theb th oke wh hbbe 6all stor Deverids, of Ir s ,-
mNa ,a m toper... ,awno pulled the too adoea prson cr a
nr. Hi nw p eotI atl V -----eeve left Oyster Us '
Urelty eat at m pIoket at eay t, AWtM epSoSme Tlk oea n early traln M,: A'
hBs,* l et w w wThe"" fted he b ae idte wOuld neither f01 r
a st SiWg Alab ama eoWerto, it 10 Said, WWil 4l4 the repoi' that be -
a narrl a dtstant. ia m & *. Bskhead. M. ka.ere s.,d..
at. J M'a>ilmlry, Ala.. Jae 1.-4a a the reports ere matters
Jels tateet Go veror 3. 3. r getlemaua could deny. He a'4
W4 BIt fad. Be wa the ma.e plain these tht- h e t. tt Bo one had as.
HArge To M -s* e with defest- He will same Joh~ H. Baklbead to or right that would Jus'!, '
a he day of t He wae th vaant sa' 'p: eatloa of the report.
e tork iThe-isl em M* m-r- i' eauso e- th
Zaoray alter u..ase st. J pa.ary wit. regard to t*h altearu To Settle Seundgry a;"u
- ot the 5Mb L wa umg B a >madmukBItadlb goqly usiathei kh te. OcoomM*. oi e ::." J"-
a^agnge a .g m aaya; to o eto Matt to mta te8e o toeeoubly, which a.. jw ,
uTdv'eesrueum ie vmoss, aea tits le5l-iI aad net.le u y moo sosiM hea adopted ,,rro '
....iK.. i a ...... He ro f (he m( bingdtg W tuhes- tat law. chief f wnci' -, "* "
-e-- was & *-- .i s of the l gI tave. w' wMf, gM eettle ,,e'stio
lia e -eo failue of the lrMtu the Mdasitee bee t'-"
..... et, S wim p t- er vpret* or a ,am *6 3 u ad r 3 eal a ,r tr
hasii iT the wAA ** gIajts bem e( Prp.'den ,t


-o -I r %~~,

will add

I of this 40

hoat tUp

do"t oo loed
DUOIn wht

*AA~~~Ir. 9.rson Pell

of Mr.

~*udon the fte'ehed and

#*,b1d 'atru~'a 44witutb
ubat 4~~iclau wwa eu~mond..
'Mida", "mow .the o0611;ndA

the at

on1eNebosid Air Un. a0
~ Oil aturftY, to*
"nIIow-S @atiaiiia bblaak dae
$ease ijponiabt letters. Thi per-
CO~d'vim Will please trs
OW Mson ofice and
tewmad. 'No questions will be
d~&~ue a~oem give Infora
~p~ua ~4lpg Is rec wovery of
aiso4~e Wu -Vd


Rmooe of yeur

.b mrk to is f.M t ehdetwgod,
bad and ipd1teva#-bP, %a* i

4,0 In a o a Wm alone as the 3iA".
sdPertomb Cooler, wath r" rept~tuh
t wsodaloble as Ivory %Wpor
uplse' ohoeo(l'tes.
IA hundred thouabwndxAmri
-"as, eludlig the WhteH toi
Wuhlntos, are equipped whh
tbem, and here in (lanviwlle UMr
'MtO of VUI)OR ahwdes on meariy
t r tml-rm e hung wo years
the best tstmoinmala rawe


.vII~ Furniture

toss *, C tt felt


Him.ee qpd Pamily have iteitmed
to O dHohi for the Summr.
P O *U yih b and family
arlVe! i t h"eir old home,
Ia rea are delighted
to p M thdi a ra" L
Pr f. L~uh desire that he t not
gtla4" atnea, hbut hia friends
kdO i, be 4 at. Iasper is the
'l0E .04' 4 ,Pai1d w e will
salst n1'bla 4hltB ,to but at the
sahe Ie be MRt M forget his old

t we, wa zour p't or aw eral
yeaig tets othe faculty of the
Hu laIs for the
pa4 two e e principal of the
Jatpd o mal to tute. Friends of
himself 'r faally are delighted to
we come them 'here ag o
he Peters e.
AM Opn Letter to The People of
TllsO: Dear Brethren The
r e tet Qf Qbrstlanity is its prac.
tical telptae; and there is one Im.
;11pof1"t o -ormulty to be helpful
that we, as your patrobwicwsh to
bring to ydor attention *l morning.
Throth (the houghtlesanes or
nelgetce of the Christian people of
this community our storekeepers and
,thelr oalerke are compelled to work
to unrasonable hours Satirday nglht,
pad In consequence are habitually de.
proved of their Just share of 'the
blessingsi anpd opportunities of the
Lord's Day, aince they are in no phy.
adlik condition either to receive the
=l6r6tp1 beofts of public worship or
to d0D activesaud effilcient service
In the Master'a viaeyd.
You, the church people of this city,

Iare the purchaing public that has
created this deplorable conditions yet
we know that you have hot done It
of deliberate purpose or. with clear
understanding, but that in your hearts
you desire to help your brothers and
to enlarge rather than to contract
their spiritual opportunities.
To this end we bie your hearty
practil cooperation ain ort now
belag made torender pdsslble the
closg of all stores at 10 o'clock
Saturday nght .
We sug st the conscaentious ob-
servance of these two shiple rules:
Irst-That 'we all use such fore-
thought In purchasing staple supplies
as to nialnalse as far as possible the
Saturday rush of trade..
Second-y refrain from sendik
in later than six o'clock Saturday
evening any orders for goods to be
delivered Saturday niht. When be-
ate purchases are pnemam ry t to
buy In person and carry your pack-
ages to your homes.
We ak these things feeling sure
you w) gSladty help this movement
for the relief of a condition that haa
become more eitom and bard enome
than the pubtle Is aware, and which
cas loudly for the exorcise of practi-
eal Christianity.
Trruting coabdently ad devoutly
tbi appeal will eet a prompt and
gIeoroPs response from you wb sub-
acribe ourselves
S9ltlply yen irte an and fe ow
serseat; .,

-. wft ust mSA iMMOM k I
boMw t aKtB t" -- t'I--a t
tar. A -*oetive m ra Sm

*St. 0. o a. c, a.. tamb Mo
Vi P sc a w ft "i M& O

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fr ote 4 E, f. .u LuEag
%4 4a1c U ki d aplag, the bosA

ae y very*.exa"-
4th6s.ee ransom amqny s-
U anna IrItUls U e owews.
LIhAve* been the bi % pt
SNow velolee bare ollow-.
wl t~ ubanght's daring attempt to
.I liA A4 of Polle" Captta Ca-
44 ',a cfrs Itall* as quarter
Sof New Orteas-. ItaliaM eniteme.t
$8eara. to hav* subsided very much.

.: Qi O,_us.i, Jun l*--. ,.
das bees made to .ud the
"i- of the delay In be~tin a the
4natrootion of the Iovernment build.
sag In OGaineville, an approprtadon
of $50,000 for which was maLe at the
lat sessalon of congress. The work-
Ila drawings for the Gainesville post-
ole were 4aken up on April 19th
st. Th. Drawings proceeded to
a certain point, where a tentative
sketch aowjgi thp proposed arrange-
meat of toe building was roefer to
the pqstmltreN at Oalnesville, who
a strongly Obcted thereto a request-
ed change. It la I derstood that
IMrs. Loagstreet Intends to go to
Washington soon to have a conference
with the supervising architect.

Methodist Bishops Take Atlanta.
Atlanta, June 18.-The entire apIs.
copeal college of the Methodist lpis-
oopal church, South, was mooopo-
lised by Atlanta Sunday, the occasion
of the presence of the seven bishops
of the church being the launbchin of
the Wesley Memorial enterprises.
tlhop Charles B. Galloway, at Trin.
ty; Bishop II. C. Morrison, at First
church; Dish9p Seth Ward, at Park
street; Bishop James Atklns, at
Walker street; Bishop E. R. Hen-
drix, at St. Mark's; Bishp Warren
A. Candler at Grace, and Bishop J.
S. Key, at 'Wesley, Memorial, were
the chief pulpit attractions of the day.
There Are Few

People who know how to take care
of themselves-the majority do not.
The liver ,e a most Important organ
In the I od. V. C. Stmpkins, Alba,
Texas, writes: n"I W used Herbine
for Chills and Fever and find It the
bet medicine I ever used. I would
t be without It. It ls as good for
chldmre as It is for grown-up people,
and I reoommemd it. It is fine for
j1 Grippe." Sold by W. M. Johason.

Will Prosecute Revolt Leaders.
Parls, June IS.-The gavernmei
has decided to arrest and prostectel
all the leaders of the wine growers'
revolt. lustructions were lelegrtph-'
e4 to the local authorities at Argylller
to'Arrcst Marcelin Albeft, the leader
of the movement, but Albert, antici-
pating the overniuntas action, con-
coaled hirnielf.
Friend of the Newsboys Dead.
Omaha, Neb.. June 8S.-C-olonel
Alexander liogeland. "the newsboyf
trletl," of lAulsville, Ky., was
blaud dead In bed la the Murray bo*
tl Meda.y ocalx.


m w SW Sea im t lakes oe.ent" e
Whe ja Watt saw the *eam
causn the b kttle 6 4 to jmp up and
IO abe f lT" er% m M bepower in
tiat stema tat I I U ft ue h
weight "
T=ao s prt&r n bad @m the
eame pbomsemn W and g6r4ed tt a
an uineap ataed slaW.
Kemut ecigemtte mMMuN han put it
Iter ON the "S- of f yDDan ff. van.
tI Hair. -- ueoqo5an t adMnem. and
4** unearthed t y &a whech eiat
ti* lift trm re of human hbhir
Nowbrde eINdle e dtrovy this
pro a", Geo aatly restore the
hidr to t atw1 state.
BSold bdru .tst lead .t. i
stnm-. t. in rU asle Co..

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Wkve 1m*e MC.k-Stove
th w sto, ImboC aw pincples. Gives
bpt mui. CU w amrele d in 6luei which makes
S.proof Md eu f Made &in three sizes,
wvft M, two, ad thee bu Every stove warranted.
If hot t yw de s*, write to our nearest agency for

"- Is the best lamp
oi# for all-round
S-.- ... household use.
IN ad of ba a Hd be y nickeled.
Sacdy abotely safe; unexcelled
in I tj. rpow; an ornament to any room.
tvery lamp If ot at your dealer's,
writo t ou rnt

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j~v sqI en 6aaciawo bhalnubu. DuI ,d sali Iut~tgn ani IjDrLC.2-
The eu~aa ofbsula. bankers.. eIrp~at'rvA,aa. faer~*mer, i
reOeiVOdO~f*TOfAblQdrM3 S~f4Wi'faflue~fO maSinl~ 1)oc.

-* Florid

Theilnaa t ed the East Coast of Flo
u s uma pwhtmuou than that Of
.hW plmsgat.

no Dim um .t ~ "
MAWN MY LIJI wOe,"and r FTy


wa *Not of

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G,;am3 to Be D *r
* Former Mari4 "
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wreche Has Engaged
sd W Fil Fie Claim AOgal
mith'8 Big Estate fiA.

YTork. June I8.--'1eAta
,,pu a story tod effet
A cila: tor eight Ind o ea-third
s of do,lars is to be filed
the estate of the late Jatesa
Slith, in behalf 6f Mrs. Sl-
DoFrache, Aho will clalJ she s1
ter of Smith by an early sar-
,!im 1'. Houston, one of the
mentioned lu connectioN with
proposed suit, ins quote&-M a tol
am most firmly convinced that
woman is honest and sainere In
a orn. Her character is of the
j, an,, she n:ade a thorough i n-
lf.ticli of her mother's marriage
tu-tory Uefore she retained coun-
rg. DuFreche says she la certain
"Silent" Smith was her father' a40
proofs look very good. Of
there is a chance of mistake*
ty. If It proves such--and thbls
show you the sincerity of all con-
.d-rs. DuFreche and we of her
el will drop it. However, I do
think it will."
)n. DuFreche's mother was Mllen
en, and her marriage to Smith is
to have taken place In 1856. Mrs.
che's mother died about seven-
years ago.
sating Country* House that Line
Long Island Sund.
New York, June 18.-I'he sound
tes. whoFe depredations among
country homes that line Long Is-
isound have used ibuch ter-
r, ar active again after a long dis-
The pirates appeared to a black
Soff Rye, N. T., according to
fle reports Monday, and entering
1bomre of Jacob H. Longlots, pres-
that of the American Metal company,
ired property valued at 10.000.
Concentrated efforts by the author-
of the towns along the sound
bie thitherto always failed to eatca
pirates. Another effort is to
lala. ____
light Hurt In Bridge Accident.
Chattanooga, Tenn., June 18.-
.B0t men were hurt by the partial
11lluB of a bridge uader coastruotiom
the Stevenson extenslot e- the
bMthem system Monday morning.
he structure was to spas Itte
0k. near South Pittaburg, Tean A
Prk car capsized and a girder fHll.
1l1omotive remaining as the tiek.
NbKiaa A. B. Smith sad
Aw. Dunbar were badly .
* others hurt wereneg tMil .

Sln"*rtant Haywood Witne1 s Il0.
Cano" city, Colo., Juae 2S w.
a KRng. an Important wimeaf tr
defensFe in the Haywood trial at
I*. Idaho, died from nemraigs eot
bet t Sunday. BloodOnhm be-
hingr to K!ng were used It traseka
hf the dynamlters of the Indepen-
10< P d -pot. An hour after his deth,
S tcegram adrrsse4d to KJng sum-
as1 him ti Boie; we iemlvet.

Rifle and Platel Dael.
M'n.:s., Ana. June 1S.--A .
J MIss sa.g that a 8hoc.a, ruile
*'*.-* between aelthbOro it
S,- towa, 1l rUeaest
. '."'i^te la Sve of the
^e -..g more or less sa*-
,5 ... The belligertata arp
It.: J: a farther trouble o

ork* Wc with taMsr.
1s ] -Wlilnas Bouo,
,.. 3 years, cut his
S'*.nday nighB t sad btba
':: rle the tae rcser.
'- : were thiy Sel, hi

bi~t Raoo admwhis Wft
ozw land Mrs. Bookh ap.

kg e "Paahgm in

EMS kw ~ w
ft JI



Vam~enew" ow dw
10hdietre pIdem ofrstrligemworthIise y
Is t Mawnd vi neresth e reu ousehmg a
SWO of -se uchfiknaownQaiytru
fts l atron~vs CSPU


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3Pb3o0aL6 7


Large and Enthusid'stle Meeting las
Held In Atlanta, Ga.
Atlanta, June 18.-At i large and
enthusiastic meeting in this city Sun.
day, at which were present the sev-
eral bishops, the Methodist churches
of Atlanta went on record as donating
$201,000 towards erecting the great
Wesley Memorial Institutional church.
" this amount, Asa 0. Ca"dler gav6

On all sides was evidenee of the
fact that never before Id the history
of the Methodist church has there been
such an arousing of the Methodist
hosts and the focusing of their united
effort Into one particular channel. '
Bishop Ward presided over the
meeting. _______

Florida Druggists Meet.
Atlantic Beach, Fla., June 18.-
The fourth annual convention of the
Florida State Pharmaceutical asso-
elation was held at the Continental
hotel, Atlantic Beach, Fla., on the
11th and 13thI The entertainment
committee, eonuilting of Jacksoavillel
trugglets, together with the auxiliary
committee of ladies, made tb eeting
eaCeedingly successful and enjoyable.
At the Ast day's session, Wedaedday
meeting, the address of wVlelsme was
delivered by the mayor of Jackson-
vtle, which waa repoaded to by the
president of the assoelatita. At the
afternoon session, Dr. George P.
hyme, of Atlanta, a a& ed the
meeting oa timely topl od lanterest
to drgglta.
er Srave Vislf Oyeter may.
Oyter aty, June 3.-4ob TVre-
16 Graves, the Oeorgia editor,
reached oCter Bay Saturday and went
at m48 o 0 agamore Hill, where hbe
was to es reneo with the premidet
Itr early two hours. While the
visit was designated as a purely per-
somal me, It Is understood that many
thigsp tleal In Georgia were to sh-
ad upon. "I am a Democrat," aal
Mr. Oraves at the station, "but I am
aoo as ardent admirer Prelddant
Roosevelt, and as I was this seek
oa the woods, the president has doe
me the homer to nlavlte me to gal
upo" hi." Mr. Orae said he had
thaaked the president tor his part Ia
makain Georgia day a samem at the,

,M0 at Tempera o Rally.
CartererUle, Ga.. Jae 1S.-One 1d
the most rairkable tempers ace gath
m ever witnessed In Bartow count.
ty v held monday na the Sam Joeas
taborasile at this place. Flvw thou-
oead of tie representative citizens of
the county were present to hear ad-
areaes ddlrvetdbyJad lS. A. Rod-
daimbry of Thomasvite: Jedge John
W. Aifts emtoer-ele. of Carters-
toe: sID Oad Mrs. W. H. yehttn.
at arte* ewaty.



It Wes en Oe t.. L n on Playing
Carda. With rangers.
A card sharp well known to the
stewards of the great ocean liners was
a passenger on a recent trip across.
He received a line at Queenstown,
which had the effect of keeping him
out of the large games In the smoking
room. He contented himself with pc-
nachle and bridgseat 25 cents a hum-
dred points. On the erenng before
landing one of his bridge party, none
of whom knew that he was a profes-
sional with a. bad record, proposed
changing the game to poker. "It's
bad practice." said the card sharp, "to
pla poker with strangers. There's too
mudh risk, but It's all right In this,
case." The others said there waa no
risk If a man had good sense and kept
his eyes open. The deal fell to the pro-
fessional, and wben cards had been
drawn by each' man he said: "Now
I'll abow you how much you know.
Mr. A. you have the winning hand.
Mr. B, your three queens look good,
but what show have they against Mr.
C's four fives? And what good are
they against A's four kings? Does It
tally ?"
It did, and A said, "Well, It's my
"I was afraid that might happen, so
I dealt myself a straight flush." He
showed It, arose from his chair and
said: "Give the steward what I put in,
This was an object lesson--don't play
poker with strangers." New York
The Barbeoue.
The word "barbecue" Is derived from
the Spanish wotd "barbaceo" and Is a
native pIattaIt term for a wooden
framework qpporting meat br fla to
be smoked ordered over a l. In
Its popular seaN it means a e so-
clal or politics) entertainment i the
open air at which sheep or oxen am
roasted whole and all the feasting Is
on a most liberal scale. Georgia is
probably thq native home of the bar*
becue and is called the Barbecue State.
Who prepared tih first barbecue is u
known. Deer, bear and other game
constituted the meat roasted In the
barbecues of fifty years ago.-Claedm-
nati Enquirer. .,,r..
l -^-' -r -
The Buteher's Smeek.
Tht butelar's mock was blue. It
lo"oed mucnh neater than the white
smocks ef his friends, all neared with
dried blood. "Wvery butcher." said the
man, "ought to wear a blue smock.
Why? Because dry blood won't abow
n It. Dry blood turns m Mt ad
a smnock of this color It Is h lbJ I
am descended from a long bne ef
butchers, and from father to an the
word has been passed down always to
wear, for neatlamsas' ake, a aock of
blu"-Nw OrleM Tlmes-Dmeract.

To cut bread into dies before frytn.
If it Ia to be used as croutons, Is not
the moat approved method. When done
In this way It becomes very bard and
indigestible. The bread should rather
be cut lato thin slices and then stamp-
ed out In circles a little larger than a
quarter or cut lpto squares of about
the same ,le3 or in obloog two laches
lon= amd ever one-half tInr thick.
Thse leaed into hot Ilrd and takes
at almost instantly in the frying
bae ar te a most palatable.


Canwaam where Hannibal woo his
greatest. vletr-y over the Romans. Is
sItuated on'th, opposite bde of tbe
pealus a from th' city of Romue. on
the river Aunatuli and about sis miles
ffro its lHeI h. It was from this bat.
tiefleld that II:tvil'riaIl sent to ahrtbage
three busel of Mkl rin s from the
60e of the l:oma:> knights slain In
the battle. ('ni:,ae is about 0 miles

The Worm Turned.
"Ams I to i,' ttortaid4. thet." asked
S dimappolnte'l !* 't as the editor band-
o baik his iate't prudictliool "that
Y d&aft Uk r7venmr"? k
"Yes: dooa t inlak nmwb"-
"Ab, ye donrt think I see--that
explni ft"
7 ea woeal4 enjoy toMrWw
Irblo's atom&b Mad
?"lowt i~ te -Te pr eine.
eTA d the t.Mt 'rtm,
s Sno. w apto re t a a ng

S, gft WO 14ONAY& L SalePesM baa =0
C!2fvf "asuec. .It mapwe to
he* vt6 &altyah -vTS, ms 1w Peat dW
Ap she ;4g *1 o O~lhUiw ad ilr.
&ae. J# e Aa us 41 6r wcdndgo
do "m Ake~wqs. Tbhs t O 0

S. JorDAN.

W. W. HAMPTOr. ^





Fire, Life and Accident o,.,"*,d ,e.

I&S. M. O AMau, PredallS H. E. TAYLOR, Cashler
teow. HW M. VN i kwp Na Lia GRAHAM. AMsi. Cashier

O:) Ga.LX. B'VXrILL.


Capital......... * * ... 100,coo 00
surplus ............ ........... 20,000 oo00

Izcrest Paid on


Saving Aeeonntl sad Oertifeates of Deposit. All Busiae
Treasseled Promptly.

f,. TAYLOR. Oashier.
. --- ..III i I I I i.I



Retalen and Jobben is

Staple and Fancy Broc

Irml lardes Sd ad Fortelzrm



RHighe market prices paid for Okhikena. Urg aad other Pridue,

A Oomplete stok ot Bay Corn, Oat, Flour. Bran, Mea,- Oosto See I
d %. We handle onl the ViRY WIIT Mgood st the LOW.
N iORio.S and guamnaten *tistsitloa always


ibelrfea of Tile and full Iforaleomn fumrnMihed herding lands I I
oumsy, Out mmnaer ha In thes eisAtrajImp yean and
Isshmromhly eoverwao with o Iantmte
3 i* I I1

.,. J. YO X I ,
mating a aub af p nB AD ghe aga.lo
CWOV m""1AS 9 1Mn d

If You Are Insured..

You Are Assured

misp..________ __

IN Lk AcWu. nd
ereb.Sm@abw eon Cempands SepMo.esad

ImIuMemsbeuf bsised *INZUVLLI. 7nag"



dgim pe40MNWAM nof SOeWeaNdm

fot by*@..**

I --


Sto5 pla0 t $


Whtier wee
i .lgll, a5"..
cis 4ooppm,

Ras And
trowr so0'.


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'"905% patsa

vilam. In eOmltbdo tf
gmifttU -Roads, stating~
iekl1 for the* bodies of the
vs~n aW four s"iors who1
itreum.: w60% body bha,
prtdoovorid, wore drowmed
aftb th ueelotaselit.
~it Wool. was continued
i, Vie 4 c~ W.ould

40A and Then V910.
tx. Mo., ue167W
r ""m60years, of lHome
:44014 tab b bhowbeA*
oreiod,,ApriU1, a&4 who 4)4
it. qyp, thereafter for 'It
~I4bom."lundy. A osoimlt.
laised. bWas sulrIms
hs" -te 11o fAue'r, em

Pipe Our-is Many Aawt.

*nmuumex1thIrty-five or
Iilau4 andoused a o.d
M_"00.000, occurred

a .-.

i -

tI dw%."


3f~f~s~ AIR -t o a.e
4-& "ztas-tk
heSemi shapter of the "Voters
4atutl oufraeny are tOds.rtken a
111*00ii lt, Otthe 000000lOf ~tA mona;
AWW36,14t 4 imemoY of the lawOteer-
S~ ~ Tter-Morgan In tUMt tty,
"N~bor ,of- the chapter haV#
4r 98MOV 1(rian, but Waited unili
ONAd-burial to aunouaew it.,~
maw le 1 rObuMt.that the monumdrintf
bwcaeVYd from Alabama or To -0
0, Alaba everywhere .
It Bto 4 hat,,*large fund willibe

Will 80eeihaend AntI.TruetBill.'
SMontgomery,, Ala., June 18:-Thei
WusE tortiftO Bud eeed ol l isvestisation
4.fto commission W10I recommend an anti.
@1-th trust bill nld a law p'vhibiting the -
uose Qi then in gu t have o UBTjSU~%ET 21211tll~L fSPiidWs in Ffol~ub.
V lant foQ Land reo t thatwhile ft
to seems to be as understanding between MoyereoVerflows. R.btuw ~ot nIM seugrra.Medfor b lb zinb 4Pleasure u~ ~..
3,the fortiliser makers that results IA .. ~ y~ n# ~ d. d,~Tua~ rbt ~eae tiw a~ 4
Mer control of prim o efar as fthe Now botel,,nd 'efmantu e. Vrluican& edan and sibte fare. Rooms with
oomtW~ ca sy, o smbiatooUwn ent~iatee 0A hb&" WtJa X&. son-IW& porcas arond me housee.
of~wutsee Cn o b 1 cobinai or gi a Wto 4jg rd go brr bsb boutaeand Iauiee bitti. r.,jrn,*
bas been iucoveied. su .9r u4M .walk"u141141101014. 8OOaJ1..,,
______WWGAM;_)wn taMW bomtI &Wa tiablimi 4adsaic npavilionl.
8SIWW f..Nr miteyretr Apep~ki6 on B. aboard Air LUse ~Itiroad. wb.e e 1'eil,
Thl* "I*Killed InExlsh town go"uto Ofifteu zimes toa dotoasaWeek: special rMies to 1IwrtleN ( ;XaI',L

a~ eIs rd frets Limbos says theA t be7S8.A. LBy. will sell togiiid.ip tckets frnoo sb001 toA popk a for fz.; xi
) I *e)Ja of dynamite at (loxftilo, WtI(IWA SPRINGS COMPANY, 'WhIwe (Clay] Spr ngs, Florid
~~~~ aa turnown, WIiled -thirty
V& e-o-A 16.& AIL


4~Whsw 1%AL
SehniitsAM Tooli to United
Sanhas I.~4bat-
toflle)?B$ s Ub janftm. now to
Jaill, aw ii toe* for exprtlon,
of which %A- bas beew, conrictad. an-
toupee thol atp ~cn~ation to take
'bitaC4 coo hisi 1pSates suvreipie
court, It JI** 00"ioverrues their
mottloa for Ia .0 trial on June 37,
and the AV u*94MUr ik" & ami-
Miur denial.~ j
', C. Cammpbe. 46891se for Mr.
"It. Is lordly' tobe eapeted tat
ude DODS .Will rsmut our Mott
*Wis anew tribal, but hbsb taalwiVll
ss-p*v eW"a0tq0044at it"UFO". We
Ivil PWt o the mupreipeON"itcc
tbo4ut maRd to Skihighst tilbu-
sale W~iuqta. ~ UOo5m7lr."

0ser". 41 s weHvea saa e Is -f a------- -
Mhw s bsed bl dismissed woe.
Thirty.Puar Victies of 'Quae.
T ipa"aao, June 1 .--Late reports
from Valdivias state that hirty-four
peraou aIn all were killed or l)oed
by the resent earthquake. The e.
lon affected by D shook extends
from Valparaiso to Magellan .-st ita
Bad from the Paelfc cout to Ne,
*15 In Argentla.'

D198 AI-AN & PEA Jacksonville and New York,
DE29TIST 8. Calling at ORARLESTON, S. C., both way,.
oie oever tton a o'L- .Mak. \ Thf"fiwt 8taUaMsis la s the C tws Service
,,Phone n... C. lCyde New England and Southern Line-

l ,Nv MORFreight Servib e i tween JACOKSOVILLE, BOSTON and
*. DBR B. MORRIS PROVI, aIO ad Ai estora Points.
I ftl tas Charlesu both wsp.

Sofuthbotuad............f....... ...b.......... From Lewis' Wharf, Bxioo
Wuhltos. June 18..-- p..rivt -- othboand............. .... FromlFoot ofCathrne at.,JoakoAtnilli
sblegra was reeelved here Monday oN"e ofer Me m eem PU W e 1b4 r
. ;g tlat too Marquis [to aid thin
older staitenme n1 Japan held a COn- Clydf St. Joh s River Line
forenco wi forfsenIp)V ter Hayahl
Sm TokUo Sat We ne#a4 .9Iwen. atlho D1 .ROBT. 0. BOWERS, Betwon f JACKONVILLM *nd SANFORD
Urset rT"d w o @the oiaiSls, ."It Was
.dredc to r*l V Iscount Aokl. Me DNTIT. Slopping a Pftlata, Astor, Bermford (DLad). iad Intermeiate LAndii
an as.at e- t ]

thor itati uarer that Maquis Ito oa P eNo.oW2RepemIt--o.M IIs appolnuted o sail as follows Leave Jackonville, Sondas, Iowd7:U
oad AmAue h Akt A bot bea Tbe-das,1, o:80 p. a. Returns, leave Snford, Monays,
on hleady tftmw itr luMW y rear., Wednesdays *ad Fridtay@, 9:0 s. u.s

MW m a i*s, sipO.ft : TWI stt ..TAT / ... ......... o. .. R* ..........,................. ..
*-MOIL-.-. IV I )ses* ...... lB
A e; ny t o ato o ,oO~u......... .... o ld0 ........... ... k
Raw at 0 U.,4X 8 ORWO J, OAnM Ui. Ap o....low -am .... ...... ..... ..Ew Ki ............ ..... 1'D
_ I M A I_ "--_ .,_ PA S NOZ- AAD TI0-ET. OI1 _T.!e W. BAY ST., JAOKSO VfL L_
wM "aof te 9"r U1001%---- F u ..Im..o- 1., A. 0. P. A., J,-,o,,i.. Fig.
tllwhs Ae tumbleV uI1e MTItIIN 6 IXTf Ja PI TP. A., .AO.0,HA 0. E. P. A,
tamAtM,"V.O"1Pier goN. i., New York.
b ediore s m 0 0.ATToni.AT-Lw, 0. TH. a., P. TX., 0. 0. Bowy, 0. P. A.,
MAL S by W,. Xl in. 200 Brfodway, New ork.
..... ., SOLICITOR I OHBANOIRY.. D. Joxn. T: F. A., L. L S scasm A..
jaeavlU. Fit. Losber, Fla.
Deputy Shot by Ne*gt. oav r la J F A. C.iiU Munio, 0. F. A.
trnion 1riJn. Ale., 3 1jj.le, ia. Pier U N. R .. New York
a. Csrnflchael, a deputy, w shot o0- Is Hlu$, Blacks. 0. P. LOU, Aa et,Juoo t ria.
jaf badly wounded at f1% DK vi. _______________________________
negro who used the ineoo wn '"" DIVAND BATVR,
1to. Te negro is wanted i* e. I PEIIY ULF IIIRO
4te of 0Ge6r for murdilng w 0o- ATTORnT AT LAW. |
He x^M*bed the P norna Uth Oi r ll te I uuI i. .II 9 (
Mty and shot him. attOW itic I... OGACnTMA.R UT(
iaway with the S mspoa, -----low I 8halereo Al .
,*-., v--------o n -11 TO y rIopertg, (In. . ---- .

Killing Was Aoaldepfl.d '
R intm.. June IS.-'Fbe vwow
of theb" u emps voled by Coroaler *50._______
Nil*~ %* lnvestlgalothe ~kiWg ON: A. GARI&L
os kVoruuson by Miss Pfossl. 3 IS
worf st SUM tday. a week ago. vws ATTO5M

That 1f*guii@ w~o killed bTdke seeS
dental dmmcbrxe at a asotm Is, tu
han V~ a(~sDware&
AM.s O

A lbo
~ fed low bi~sw "I1
ra Ivimae*I
thato 4itO- to
bow d ~um inaboU
*~~A..*m4Im de ~hI

thlw in sqo*u

N1No's 74.6 NO-.I

uuim Arvt'e A-riv

so 40 Dr "t'
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Sa~U~S ~

Ii -

uIllya.3. -
; l ........ ,

& liveredbycaMrrer i sta y
B pauurtof the Usitsd O8 s
cts f five weeksta'idy

2,Aitk VU local Coma Sosts a OeN
go..and cents for ea addlt8U0
dtpviy advertising mi. kvw 4

k sun i san eot-pa fort
p b public every Moday
Sadid mcv AW aws of thO
0. state and genrl. am wUl-b
tsge free, to any rlrt do f te3U
e, CSW for $.coo ayear-4a ad"
8',ertising bills become due afte t *
of adv rtisement, usiu eoeri4W
ii" contCrt. Parties notl kaO to
kaiqred to pay for advertisig pae
Adrel, THX DAILY sV,

an is getting tired of .bein
bI the national tag game.
te "Big Stick" Is not the, onmi
the President carries.
Bryan is a firm believer i tph
at "one term for every a."
Io more.
annual robbery of Ameralans
tog gayly on the other side
6e Big Pond. /
ry Taft Is smiling sl hbi
trip as If he were MidladI
*Presidential special."

j hard to live up to a big reput-
An office boy caught Andrew
e without a single library in
ey-General Jackson of New
decides that the oyster Is a
animal." Be careful and never
an oyster unless you are armed.

New York Journal of Coi*n
thinks there is a "dangerous
of bank currency,' yet all
national banks favor the issue Q

whole country Is, of course, otb
the fact that Pennsylvanias is
a noise like a State that in.
to be right in thl next Presl

planet Mars will come nearer
Sth this summer than ever'be-
And with Teddy In the White
we may have a war with de
111 neighbors yet.

e endorsement of United States
SKnox by the Republican State
P~tio of Pennsylvaela pose
Mthe standpatters are ge g to
P Secretary Taft or anyone else
hw"r, tariff reform.

Penor Hoke Smith of Georgia
idecind an offer to go OB the
uqua circuit for a series of
[ S(,wly. but surely, the
I t a~akenlng to the full
i t Mr r Smith's splendid p

Vin out the story of a
t^,tt i,-k'd up a letter and
i b 'hb paIrty to whot It
14.,. ... 'tr'flve miles away.
'I. a .' isf thb eae pb
S*'' ,nia Club are (ere

b has stirred up a
i Kantnas on the qus-
.. from the Philip.
i''t growers there
Sur that Industry it
K"" Why. theM, dM
S'r free mgar from

SSouthUerw be? aks
t;O'"O' rclaAppal to

tk whL. a am
S *r- r a bs. t he M s
gL vb% f g *& W
F *V^n vs ii 1
dey #am

R, '^^^ F
-sfr .< ?'

aest Governwt, et o ri But we
ihas know who shold be Governor, and ING
y the w n th at Is, a map of brains; one who R.A. AI e rm .waO w x TOU
. pa t of ealston blanks, for does not belo to any political tac-. ENJOY AOOD H A T
Sthe o t leaminationd sent by ex- Uton; a man who hbas no friends to
re f the StSte suprtntendent's reward, and na%4nemles to punlslt +S. I [
s f of ttheS latnke Pero.Cmd the Lae
e at Tahltbassee to Statke, were a man big enough and patriotic I
"r. toL nd ot only uswdh but many enough to lose R eight of all things a
i 'aet. opritedl fraom them. These save the good of the State. When
bbaictsa waerk sold in tallahasee, we find out who that man is. we are
O"ald and^other poInts at prices rang- for him.--Quincy Times. If The Sun
& r. m $15 to $20 per set, among is not badly mistaken Just such a
the clored, o applicants for schools, man resides In the town of Quincy,n
- n6 iby the way, it to supposed that and his name r JAMES E. BROOM HE.
S d people did the stealing and His course during the last session of L i e M
i se liag Of t eI blanks. Prof. Cam and the L legislature was that of the very in Is t ye ll
Prof. Workma, ihbo was*ss(sting man pictured by The Times, and AA Yo W
Shij uI the examination of the thirty- should he enter the race for Gover- A ARAM T-D QUR r all dhasss produced by T.OR
t ine colored plicants for school cer- nor the truth of this assertion can DLIVA M PURRI BLOOD. Donost illr your yTemR
tUflate, became very suspicious when be easily demonstrated by the Senate with Ar Camel m ad Onina. Thy act a rank poisons
a1 iuber of the applicants made from Journal. whoh the bltod. dnabanatt the system, and leave a trail
IP In the grades, and most of th-em-- 4 nptoml whloh require y to obliterate. HERB
S tp erig the rates, and mosat of them ------ r- -INS tFly aft"bl Mand anetalns no mineral or narmodo
Sirly a hundred in arithmetic, In fact The istue between the Republican 1phgaWe abltsuwtely_ harmmles ad Is the simple remedy of
Sa lood many of the wa da y and the Democratic parties, as n natCra carries of 0all po ln the systw m andl iav no
n I red in all of the satdies that by The Richmond News Leader, is one If l GR O
They had been examined In up to the of centralization against State rights, d Sno M o
time Professors Carn and Workman and further declares: "On that issue
began to show suspicious. Prof. Carn the South is in a position to lead, and
quietly passed out to the applicants Virginia, by tradition and the trial of *A.ea- AtTexsl, syoi' I
Inbe's Iaavera with lgd0Sto oblf,, the
ae t o last year's blanks on gram- conclusions she has ever made since r lm Ss4 IwatldS -
. nar, erasing the date, and says it was the resolutions of 1898-99, is en- I rle, aea ft cued ags a tim. I=
a gircad to -see the facial expressions titled to take the forefront in the *tK-r-. t" too
, on a great many of the would-be fight. We urge that in the next na- TAltotlT IMOWI
.Iteachers.' They were stalled, could tonal grand council of the party she L n ft AT T
Snot do a thing. They scratched their once more assume leadership. It in
heads, ue ked about, grinned, tit- the exigencies of the case it hall nt
terd,S eleaded over and asked ques- be conceded best for one of her sons* fi % L -
ti oas. They knew, like the soldiers to head the national ticket, so be I"
In the charge of the light brigade. The editor. no doubt refers to Sena-
that someone had leandered. The tor Daniel. s
W e o made averaged Some of the
teachers, those who had evidently not Col. Sidney Caersar Tapp, editor of uld. OS T
bought 'the question blanks, plodded The American Republic, published In h
right ead with the last year' Atlanta has"worked" the newspaper- .....
blanks, never suspecting that any- for a great deal of free advertising ct e to
thing was w ong, and made fair recently. Followng to the caption of B
sthWes. Of course the application The Journal's Itot write up of this
tdr t cr ser.tatoas will have to former citizen f. Gainesville: "Tapp
obe o'e at _leat to all whom it Weareth No Man's Collar-Not Even a
I ali. ecWd had the stolen blanks. His Own-Editor of The American
There et savi ben oat least twen- Republic Completes a Simple Toilet,
ty-e f e" with these blanks. 8ooroing to Wer a Collar-Many .... .... Via........
Sand,out oL the thirty-nle applicants Letters Are RecoIved Commending i *
lot over ten or twelve Will pass or Him for His dosorage and Patriotism."
receive crtitestes to. teach. There e t
ere onl three. men and thirty-six The Norfolkandmark would view L R il
women. Several of these acknowl- the third reno m ltion of Mr. Bryan
edged to Prof. Cam that they knew as a disaster, and asks: "Why should
of others who had e stoln bnksthe stolen bn the South acqulece In his nomlnt-
but none have yet acknowledged that ton aain, w the South see Din People all Over Florida tsee the Atlantic Coast Line -
he or she had them. neither has he Such a policy nothing but defeat?" "Purple Folder" for 9ohedules to the JPmetown ExP
been able to pesuade any me to tell The Landmark should remember that 8itio TWO daily trains ech way with through Pull.
him from whom they ere purchased. a southern candMiate-enator DnIel, mn Bl I
though a reward haft been offered for Instence-ha no certainty of be-m n Bu,
and the pwertrator will be found ing elected. ea n ixty dy and teen dayslimit excrio
sooner o ate tickets on sale ily from April 19th to November 80th
o The iarmers' Union Is rapidly dis- 11
They are still bringing out camli- placing the Southern Cotton Amoeta- tow r ,
dates for Governor in all parts of the tion. It is olamed that the latter
State, and the list Is now almost as organisation Is composed of too ,o0ch eXcUm0ons at very lOW rates.
long as one of our Australian ballots, many persons who a not Interested
It- Is light and harmless hot weather In maintanilg a fatr price for the For further information 8e your nearest railro A
amaument which puts no tax upon eey staple. agent OF Write _
the gray matter and the game
quaence there will be plenty of mater- i o
al for editorial ling during the long C URES sm t Di lrict Pasuen er A nt, AtlInti Cast Lin, JckseM llel, FOl.
summer ahead when think eg Is loath- tN *IN S RA E H RI HM OND,
Some work and the able editor is a m me* M W
smagrlyt rechler for them e at es Mim Ewa d.
dh't require any of that kind of toaL s tou h n qt

"-. ."_-_ -. o...E. SEABOARD
their laportunlUes, abd it tl no giM sslt-r~im .
Eladeis to the dear people to ei* )|la rss1+ II
lethe list What any man want. I A(r ,L e RaIlw ay,
i be governor for, anyhow, Is mole .^*etl o m, e.
h aa we an understand. He's in k r- .. -VANNATT ,rmJU ....A. DN, 80l
flag start to Anish and when b.'- P A T E N T S EN PINB8, RALEIGH, RICHMOND, ,
threOIh he's no nearer the U. . WA8HINGTON, BAI/IMORE. PHIL.
1s mde a crop of onemies he didn't TADMA.RKS - COPYRIGHT* ADELPHIA NEW YORK.*'
have to start with, who can be relted +'--
0B to do all in thier power to defeat If yoe ll write me I will gladly
hls s lnatorial ambitlon.-LIve Oak answer, witheet charge, any questions T WO tlpatt TrainD Daily:
Democrat yon lay ask regarding patents.

eware of OIntments for Catnrrh that
Ceoathime Mercury Highe i and Profesieloeal Ref SEA BOA RD M Al L
As mercury wlU surely destroy the
sense of msalflg and completely de-
reage the whole system when entering H. RALPH BUETON
t through the eous surfaces. Such Paent Attorney, ModernPullman Equipmhent
article shoadd ever be used except ______- -
as prescription rt reputable physi- Sudli W aI .
clams, as the damage they will do Is
""o-"" Jmf H 's A The Jame wn Exposition Une
ter fold to the good you can possibly
Cue m faed by P. J. Choner
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p*wer thereof, and conduct aM y
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k or appurtment thereto. In this
lay other Stato or county; to to
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| ot the State of Florida, or by
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against money o to tthe ilt
of the oommpay o t
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the company or d4THde td4 rMesm
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Beneficent epidemics are scarce, but such a one has struck Gainesville,.
and people of every station and occupation have the fever.
It is most interesting and instructive to study the constantly changing
line of app'ioants for Pocket Banks as it files through The Sun'p business
office. There is the mother, bringing her daughter with her and securing a
bank for the girl, another for herself, and inquirinic anxiously whether she
may have another for the boy who is at work. She receives it promptly
Boys oome-some are steady, serlous.faced chaps who have begun to
think on their own account, and who ask question. about the operation ',
the scheme which show the results of ribbing up against the world.
*Then the High School girls and b)ys, gay and active, while the \v rk.
man and business man "slip in" during the noon hour to get a bank for i ,
boy or girl at home, after asking one or two leading questions to make -':.'
there is no joke about the 95 cent.

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Good for an additional -S oeots when a depot of e dor or more in cash
i mialv bea givdsm oewho adl theiive o this opportunity.
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a p(.C ihthbloc s4Wtft
p~ct of iward Allb),WOJ
go ,O nd killed-hi
Pal(Iecrash near
ov jurt0r the biV
,bt ~ far Asbby haS&ad
N'ete is cons~Crhl ysttl
,.et"A t wo boln3 Of k

,.yt said. Aihbb w to i uiT i
home K,,Hre Pethel .nd 41000W, .
js wiV' of improper coadu6h Wh
ah. aying he would P M A-ONILL Ta
E font if ~tlel would g6 th gm
d, 'it e; and his wife Mcd4 .
e iiitter by "is B o ti
ltfiad of stopplnD whwer tsoM IOe o*
had been agreed spor, taO
els took OvercaslB beyond to til* l C05-Ooash Exeorsion to Nor.
bubs and killed Ovsrcaah on the v U folk; ural sle eaoh Toes-
d d limits ten dayj. No stop*everu
Every Man Hie Own O0toe. *11Pld.
4f average man cannot a&ord to -5Fiften-eday ticket. Good
jloy a physician for verwy tiht in sleeper. Stop.overs al-
t or injury that may gemu t* lowed within limit of ticket.
family, nor CAn he Sl ord t 7 9W--Sixty-day ticket. Good
them. as so slightI& an as$27 U3 in ieeper.. Stop-overs
scratch of a pin has bn allowed within limit.
ow the IOa of a 1MLn lia6" D h
man must, from cei * -Seon ticket. Good In
y mown doctor for t'4eWl a0M o2 aJI'. leepere. Stop.-oven al*
tis. Success often depidi ut W within limit, Dec. 16th.
pt treatment, which ca0 oly ,-- ALSO--
when suitable medicines aN kept q -8 pokan. Wa. W h., Jon
Sband. Chmanbrethi fon'e l 61lOS 2 9hb to July litb; limit
s been ioon the mao t reptr J ps. latik. Diverse nuse. S8op.overs
and eenjoya COW f-utbtB. allowediwek of .Mmptis. or bObeag
camberlilan'. Coli1, ChoelM and .
hoea Remedy for bowbi con- 80 |I-Porland. Oe., Seattle,
fts. WUU Wash., Vietora, B. 0.;
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ftr 0ndltidons ame as to Spokane.
s, colds, croup and whoopg .
Chamberlain's Path Balm (hati sant* STOURISTRATES
e liniment) for cute, brulase. 01. MALB DAlT-LIIT OCT. it
s, sprains, sweilnag, hame back D nvr, Col. ................. 7.g9
rheumatic pains. GalneevlHe, Ga................ 17?.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Chicago, II. .................. 408
ets for constipation, bllouanes Detroit, MIoh. ............... 44.46
stomach troubles. Niagara Fatle, N. Y........... 41.95
Chamberlain's Salve for dseaaes of Lookout it., Tenn............ 24.15
skin. Washington, D. C.......#-..... 7.00
One bottle of each of those f5y Put-In-Bay, 0................. 42.9
tons costs but $1.t. For sale For further Information and Pullman
all druggists. reservation call on or write PRANK
C. BYL&TOlI, Diatrict Passenger
Iport or Ballrn Voyage Pavora.le. Agent Atlantic Coast Line, Jacksen
V, .it..i, .iJune 18.-Charles W. vlle, Florida.
,C... r*-i:^;: rpc, haes:Ub- ______________
t', hiti.f tgnal officer of
S n 'f report'of his voy- ACUA COUNT
m:. ., ,r rr ons on June .Alachas oonty is 806,400acreeJa
4 Harrisburg, Pa. pre, haa 248 miles railroad 900
',;, favorable and the bal* mile s aon road, 0 p0o9Aoloes,
S. ;,t'dl by the war depart- 128 public schools, 27 phosphate
:. ,,,e stated The slg. plants, 30 saw mille, $75,000 court
t:, tako up the matter of house, four newspapers, sad prow
Sb odeaee orn, otton, ri e, easp,
S.,, r additional balloons. oats, rye, potatoes, pineapples, oF
------ e, peaehee, pears, ploa, pe-
A Happy Mother / ease, and all kinds of veeabe
Will see that her baby s properlyCounty Seat
Ared for-to do this a M p.gaintiveoi., te o y I
Io necessary. Many babai H fourteen ehorhee, swo*pe
tm worms and their' motbes den't schools, the University of Florida,
11ow it-ir your baby Is feverah ad private schools three epapee
doea't sleep at nlht, It is trObald United States land o o, s e bt
YUb worms. White's Cre Ve water, fire alarm system. 06191rie
l~e will Miean out the wormn ai d as lights, two lee fsteltea
A ld, pleasn tW ay. maehnine shops, three wood faeto
* mlkd. pleasant way. One trIed Hee, cotton glit, tso os fleatoles,
ah*1)s, used. Give It a triaL Price three railroads, twofertilliseria
* cCnUs. Sold by W. M. Joaom oufseturing companlee, mee Obe
mbaaufetory, one reetlfyin tar
pontiae plant, two be ks, aad wel
,,'e es Apparatue 8attefactory. stocked store. eMbrasing *s~*r
S inv I18.-A report to- thil in the onommeletal line.
S* e lief signal oticera of a---t--- ---- --
a'.i t ie testiUn of the TRzAScRY DZPARTae_'rT. om f the
:h apparatuL Installed w ileth ss. ia Wto t
' Thomas shows that ICALJED POWPOALS wit be rvOcived a
t: ,rked very sattafac- 0%o k~uMlloe'loekQ. a. dm i 9
S:.tii.icatlote wu euab. eMr o or te V. I sL*

v !2 0 to be put o4 the t .3 .. ,
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apers for bosale at ts .

k aW sp a crds in late 1s ty

js Rogers of Bell w.as in the
- Testedr -
uk Ieas for sale at thilso .

* |i per hundred.
1wI prices to N normal stadeut.
,,,,s Steam lAundry.
Sj. m.. Melton of Mel aop We",
,gin in the city yesterdAy.

te best printed stationery at
t prices call at The Sun office
W. Bauknight of Archer was a
caller to this cityyeterday.
D. Bryan of Alachua was traes-
business lo this city yestGeay.
A. Prevatt and F. 8. eILnhet
Trenton are In the city attending

L W. Smith of Wacahoota wa las
d city yesterday, a guest of ftl*

H. C. Parker of LaCrosse
a business visitor to this city
Y. *
0ne of the prettiest full blooded fox
Uor pups for sale. Call at 808 B.
m street
J. Call, a well-known and success-
) planter of LaCrosse was trading
ith city yesterday.
febest typewriter ribbon on the
rket for sale at this office at 765
Search. Guaranteed. ,
belude six cans of Argo Red
to in your next grocery list. It
II keep for twenty years.
Ir. and Mrs. David Thomaq of
hdsor were among those who spent
serday with friends in this city.
Wae your stationery printed at The
ht office. First-class work promptly
ivered at reasonable prices is our

-l Mr J. A. McEIvy left yesterday
Mclntosh. where she will spend
tw day- with her daughter, Mrs.
L. Smith.
Argo H'd Salmon is just the thing
Iunexplct. tug txtter to serve from the can.
lil gro'ers'.
%'antAl-lxw.a and traveling agents
represent a responsible hose.
rifte or call. General Manager, 401
SLitrt. street.
F ~:iIIIM)Io of Boardman, one
t Ialit n. orange growers of
t :,ti, 'a ., a business visitor to
bSt c,.-t..rday.
-i NIi tc ('olson left Monday for
r "t hea iirx been summoned on
Mt ,! th, illness of her daugh-

r and Mr. I M. Halle and chil-.
S... r tld from Lve Oak,
St' 1 ... been on a visit to
Sl.. r,,t,. C. E. Halle. Jr.
S r rwo.r sell you any
Sf lue Ribbon vanilla.
"et and that you
,ir a will have no
S; ho is engaged in
S" " S'"niimny. Tyler, spent
",t. ,a>, returnnlg to his

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k 's:Iisr taoisroa n
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S Jl Me ot terday.
fThoaas ad io,. M gei, were
ety h Alaebua yesterday.
Saw. w.te of Alachua was
etit6orl to this city yes-

S. Williams. of Alachua was
a&6af tHaoe who mae yeatestday in
tWttlr. -
W. T. Zetrouetr as gone to Waca-
sb6ot on a busieas trip for two or
three ay. ,
William Kellum of Fairbanks was
a bushnes visitor to the county capi-
tal yesterday.
Captain J. B. Duppia of Bland was
among the visitors to the county capi-
tal ysterd&. N
J. W. Peacock, a progressive farm-
Sof hawthorn, was trading In the
eity yesterday.
Normal students attention-Sp-elal
prices o .you on laundry. Weaver's
ItiRa Laundry.

Raymond Newbern left
for Uve Oak, where he

will visit

hibl sister for the next few days.
Chas. Bck of Otter Creek, a suo
cessful merchant of that progressive
town, was in the city yesterday.
A part of sportsmen left yester-
da:' for Wacahoota, where they expect
to remiat for the next two or three
County Tax Assessor W. W. Col so
has gone to Jacksonville on a
business trip. He expects to return
3. B. Clemmons of Fort White made
a pleasant call at The Sun office yes-
terday, renewing his subscription for
another year. *#
M. 8. Cheves, the efficient deputy
clerk in the office of Clerk Wienges,
has returned from a brief but pleas-
ant visit to Waldo.
F. A. Roux of Floral City has been
in town for the past few days. Frank's
many friends areoglad to learn that
he is doing well In his new home.
Argo Red Salmon readily adapts It-
self to the requirements of breakfast,
luncheon, dinner, or supper, and gives
seasonable variety to every meal.
Wanted-Manager for branch" of-
Ace we wish to late here in Gaines-
vMle. Address, witf reference, The
Morris Wholesale House, Clacntnati
Mr. and iMrs. Jaqes Richey of St.
Petersburg spent a few hours Ina e
city Sunday. They were en routFto
Nashville, Tenn., where they will
spepd the summer.

M. A. Densler of Newberry is in
the city. Mr. Densler was In the ho-
tel business at Newberry at the time
of the fire, and enjoyed a fine trade.
Hie will rebuild at once.
G. W. Miller of Trenton was a busi-
ness visitor to this city yesterday.
Mr. Miller Is a prominent merchant
of that town, and has many friends
throughout the West End.
T. J. Hammond of Hawthorn tras
among those who came to Oainesville
on business yesterday. Mr. Ram-
mood Is associated with his brother,
P. J. Hammond, in the mercantile
Jerry Roach of Williston was nto
the city. Monday. He accompa-
nied his daughter to Gainesville,
where the young lady will be for the
next two months attending the sum-
mer normal.
Mr. and Mrs. McCann have arrived
ton the city from Atlanta. Mr. McCann
has been" aei1ned to Install the new
bank Ixtures of OGainesville Na-
tionl Bak. which will be located In
the Endd block, and is now engaged
in this work.
W. 8. Moore of Hawthorn, proprie-
tor of ths. Commerdal Hotel and an
all-roand good citlhen, was in the city
yesterday. *Mr. Moore holds a State
right to a patent lighting plant which
be is advertisag over the State, and
from which be I kings a good

Wanted-M-m to learn barber trade.'
l to 53 w reekrly pail'adate; few
weeks compless; ea eea expenses.
took and boanr derstar f srt, free linic.
soa~nt pracuto, are l stretons.
Selaw eOw. mwy semas now
Write at esoe. Moler ahber College
C. C. rPeT mad smo. Douglass.
1ve swred e m Roeo. where
SqI have been n a va t to the frm-
=fm P*sImw annnck. who I
e.i a a oar. ?I.e.ds .r
sw e lam tdat be WI
umpie a s wee

representatives 1ig ee Uuti
In the city Ir the Intelest of

H. I& Ford eft yesterday for
mnlton, N. C. H4 was summou
officlal business with the Atl
Coast Line.


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B. R. Ormand of Rex. one of tha
leading farmen at the East End, was
among those who spent yesterday it
this city traft g.
Mrs. Dr. Idwbt C. Smith and Mr
Chas. A. Marks of Waldo were 1t
the city on a viait to relatives and
friends yesterday.
Hundreds of people have told the
grocers that the Argo Red Salmon is
the beat Salmon that they have eter
eaten. Ask your neighbors it they
have tried It.
Max Krause of Savannah, one of
the most widely known traveling Inea
in this section of the country, was
among those who registered at the
Brown House yesterday. Mr. Krause
has' many frleads in this section of
the State.
Mrs. J. Medley Mason and daughter
returned yesterday to Homeosasa,
after a pleasant visit to the former'a
father, L. L. Bill, in this city. Mr.
Mason holds a responsible position
as express messenger between Ocala
and Homossasaa.
A. J. Feasttr of Rochelle was In
towl yesterday and showed his appre-
elation of a good thing by' having
his subscription changed from the
twice-a-week edition to The Dally
Bun, leaving a pear's subscription in
advance for same,-
Captain B. W. Fontahle was In the
city yesterday. Captain Fontaine
Dwns a beaukf home at Micanopy,
me of the haadownest in the county.
Ie is engaged, however, in the phone.
hate business to the West End,
where he spends a greater part of his
Rev. P. W. O0rr left this week for
lainesvllle. The Professor will not
return to Jasper, as'he has accepted t
he principalship of the high school t
t White Sprlnag. We wish to con-
ratulate the eltisens of that place
pon their suooess into securing his I
services. Prof. Cprr is a Christian I
entleman and as a teacher he has t
ut a few equals to the State. Under t
is management there is a bright fu- '

ture In store for the
Highb School.--Jasper


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We have just received a
nice shipment of choice
patterns. Prices strictly

IIron Beds

Are much cooler in the
Summer than wood ones.
We have a magnificent
li and now is a good
time to punrha&.

Shoes Shoes

Our Shoe Department
contain orne goQd thing
for Men, Women and
Children. Try us for
your next pair. We sell
Shoes that weer

Trade with us and be
sre you get full value.


Portable and Stationary Ea.
~neand Bo'Ioro, t~aw-Effis,
OO:.working.Maohitiery and
Supplives.COmpio-tv Hlue eir.
rood In stoox. Liberal &Pinsg.
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Aponte for the OLDS GAks

Wilf,Make Their Home In Qainesville
Is Putuure-WIII be Welcomed.
Jemph Patton,. who has been for
many years an employ of the Atlantic
Coast I4ne with headquarters In St.
Petersburg will, with his family, re-
mave to Gaineeville.
Mr. Patton arrived In the city Sun-
bty, and Immediately assumed his
duties In the office of Superintendent
MeArthur. He Is one of the best
kOwn and most widely experienced
raload meh in the country, and
will bold his position here Indefnitely.
Mrs." Patton and children have
feda her and all will be glad to
weleoms theq to their new home.
Two IMterawng Camee Tried *efireI
That Tr inal Monday.
There was an ateresting season of
Judge Mason's court Monday, being
two camo which will prove of unusual
Interest to this section.
The first case called was that of
J. A. Maultsby vs. L. M. MoKInney. I
charged with eJumpslt, a verdict hay.
ing bes given to the plainUff In the
sum of 161, the original amount sued
for being 1100.
The second trial was that of H. A.
Perklus Vs. M. A. Densler and J. D.
ilford, replevin for a horse. The Judg-
ment was returned by the jury for
he sum of $75.

John G. White. the Jeweler of New.
berry, was in the city yesterday. Mr.
White also owned the Commerelal
Hotel at Newborry. wnich was
royed by fire In the confiagratioh a
ew weeks ago. He expects to rebuild
he hotel In a short time. Me has
bout completed a cottage In the rear
f the lot formerly occupied by the
hotel, which will be occupied by him-
elf and family.
The Malsby Machinery Company,
2 Ocean street, Jacksonville, have
change of advertisement In this is-
ue to wbloh attention of those in-
irested is invited. The firm carntes
complete line of everything In the
machinery line. and would be pleased
> quote prices.
James McCredle. one of the oldest
nd best citizens of Mloanopy, wea It
mwn yesterday on business connected
Ith the circuit court, having been
ammoned as a juror. bet was es
ised on account of his age. Hie hb
ee his share of this work and hs
me it welL






H. F. Branches has returned ftb
Dunnellok, where he has been for t"
past few months. Mr. sedhes has
decided to make his future boom here,
and will engage in the grocery and
market business with his father. J.
R. Sanches. The new rA will be lo-
cated on West Union street.
Hew Peeple Lee The MeIm y.
By concealig ft about their pensn:
by stowing It away in ma j N ad
Jars; by sewing It up In srte sad
ticks; by tucking it under the eomebe
and carpets. o iupheseit amd b-
ea drawers; these M Nie of the
ways by which people low their
asmoey, am soaetima their ves.
New Peope e Their Meney.
By depositing it in a good. rellableI
baok. po td that 9W e beak ally!
MetS S e nksiv's s ed. we tea"
ite servlem teo Awho bedve to keep.1
lag an ,the 11fe de.i
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Beginnila April lot we will put OR
our 8Ommer rate of $4 per week--1U
meels-and $4 trading tickets. Strips.
ly firstolass in every respect. Two.
larte electric fanI, insuring comfort,.

Coffee the best. EveoLaso
aloe. Game lookedd I .
tor sportamou.



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