Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 23, 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: VID01153
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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E^^l^ of Troops
t Other Mutnope
5ilniR te Gravest Qa.'

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la the d e nt of
litnaA f Oa to fsur
1 rowers S riders the

t S the wln lre 0wr:
tw tou s ndrero 4as.
lanto w enirs. W hlo hI"
inhabitants, with drasm
oplors 9l4n, and are6 now
the prinolpal square of
tht stoked bras. 'fte
*'letId to enlist the cympa-'
e aalnder. '
wreat, although without odt.
ed into Bealoer In pyr-
(IV4ay morning tOo cheer.
Oal crowds mingling with
O the drwmg and the
Se blgles. .. Afte stack-
the Esterter* auNneced
0ai %to retain d4p the
allowed 4o re-docupy
., pros wypn e they r-*

S pgve b the. gin erb a
om d fiuruhd t oeu
i Pipufe s of. tw-' pon
Sti 1 oldlers threw f1m-
jtatluonting pickets pan
their 4etermiMaloa to do-
I" to event oe be-

|We f this momentoue do.
traob together wfth reports
Amutiteus'eruptions at varl-
tr the revolting provinces,
/ ernent Priday mlornu
he 5ravegt opactna.
a nesonau liamediately
.1* oabltaet metiag. At the
t 'the interior at noon in*
.' ntomet that the re.
Narbonne pad Monipolier
t both eIties were compar.
F Pida moridag it was
St the government's
i"St0od 'Thee,law most

,% uBria nd ianat.
that he bas re-
i& *as not such 4

da h tft nool the sub-pie.
SPremier Clem.-
I that the muIat eer had offered
ikrn to Asde on the onditioU that
IouMd not be d. A Ut-
ter they renewed4'thelt desad
,plowed to re-octupy their aet
i.t Besalers. M. ClesasStas
.,tlplied that he refuiad ato i.
jb desetters or eonasider ay
ItUon but unconditional sgarm.
tiRtag that he was deterainle
S all the government's forces
pirty In order to suppress the

D etalle of Mutiny.
a of the mutiny ahow that. a
of the Seventeenth idtantry
t t from Bealters to Agdo
t of the soldiArs' sympathy
local winegrowers,. mutinied
maorolllg. raided the
i Ailed their pouch's 8ith
and fixed bayonets. and
lying, marthed out of Agde
ealers. When noifted
ny, Oeerat Croissade,
part oftthe First brigade,
aeers at VltteCeuve and
isuade them to return

h 0.minlmanded.*"k1ll me
if The soolers rppllld
i as desire to kill the
|1. b-et to. return.
Otfe hef of 5l tied
ea b a^ ,the *

P. pas.

KILLED Mt j.#4l q N ^rH 1@00*1.

,remninent ie of Mason
STake, ,,i .
Maon, ... Jl* ..-. b. Co..
bin, vice pra o the Bwohange
41bk, gepaerUi maei' the ~faccn
Grocery oomapiy, wholesale; director
of the a con chamber of Commerce;
director of the Codtral Maostaeturtsg
oompanr, 0aad rdo0"t vwee president
of the ut "m Whieuale Orocere
assoclati on, oomndatd saotde by
shooting lHi d with a h6ttilu at the
beautiful family home O'Vinevuile av-
enue. Without a word from him or
any note expressins his intentions he
dressed ha uual,'and gas apparently
engaged about his- bringg duules
when he seabed the lileament of death
and eafterlas the bath room, fired the
fatal ahot. ,
Members of the fally were about
their duties, and Mrs. Corbin and her
two daughters, Mrs.,"toe and Mite
Maggie orbln, were the only persona
remalninx i t het heou when the re-
*port of the gun attracted their dten-
tIet. When they rushed into t44
bath roome they found Mr. Corbin
gaping in death.
Dr. M. A. Clarke,t the family phy-
lscian, was sumnoned, and It took
the merest aminttion to reveal that
the aim of the victim had been sore.
He lasted only a few moments after
the shot was frel. ,
Although thee was not one parti-
cle of information to be gathered even
by members of the tinily as to why
Mr. Corbin slpt hhl If, It can safe-
ly be attfibutet to talking Wealth and
consequent.moteal derangement.


Burning Porch In an Atlanta FPre Pell
Wlih Them.
Atlanta, June 22.-Pfftman 0. W.
Walts, of No. 7 company, was prob-
ably fatally injured, and seven others
seriously hurt friday morning at 8
o'clock, whop the porch of the burn-
tang reidence of T. C. West, in West
Md, tell ln.
]ive of the injured imen were on the
toot of the porch when It fell, while
three men were under It. Assistant
Chief Henry P. Haney saved himself
by 1atdhlng at the side of the houte
with one hand and swinging until res.
cued. One hand was burned.
The Injured se4 are 0. W. Waits,
probably fatally ,oljured; Cliff A.
Smith, Assistant C~itf Henry Haney,
F. F. Anderson, Jonah Hobson, John
Rosetti, Captain W. H. Close, J. P.
Firenas Walts, the worst Injured,
was eat to the Grady boepltal. His
spine lis injured, sad te e beUhevd to
be In o dapgeroua oondtlos.
The other Injured meB wrt ent to
their bhoes. Noe.ot them ane be-
iered to be dangerously hurt.

Big Vitory f PriOlbltit .
Cartersville, Oa., June ".--By a
vote of almost twenty to one. Bartow
county Thursday declared that this
county will join the ranks of the pro-
hibition counties of Georgia. The
ooaaolidated vote of the oouty 0
1,7& against the ai* of0w" ak7, ad
94 fbr the sale of whisky. Wi0 Uag
sad banners flying, al with women
and children singing and priptV speo
the streets, and t the pols. sLW p9-
tibitUon people of Cartensvlle sad
Bartow county admnulstored this, atlig-
tag blow against the Ieoor trasoe.

Pleme* Destroy Large Saw Mill.
Mobile, Ala., June M.-Tha saw
Ul o the extenalTveo plat of the I*.
0. Laumber Compay at Ipeedale.
Ip.. was destroyed by 3r There-
Hay eatalag a lee of $r,*S, part-
ly oyveur by lausurame. The mll
had a .Amolty of 1,00,e feet daii.
The big ptalatg mitt of the pltat waa
saaed* ut a large aaatity of hlt-
ber was detroyed. Tohe tows f
1ueoedaae, 4 mnles from Mobile, wa.
brought iis existence by tbe mill,
and It will enler through the lrgs
number thtwI out of employant.

Honored Alm aba m's R e,,.
Birmingham, Ala., Jane 33.--Wbo
was receivWd *e Thursday that ti*
governor of MtehIlsu bad boaero t
rei'flstlion of Governbr O eWr fI
Louis Oppenbern, who W5a irSTeted
at Flist, Micb. He is wanted heri
ei charges of eotbeslemeat of so
inadred dollars a teI b t 4e
Teasemee club at laerw,



Appallin A dent course ,at
Oitlleuo, In Italy.

Among Theoe Illed Was Pripoe Pea.
ears, 4 Member of the Italian No.
ability and Related to Spanish Royal
Naples, June I.--A mois appal.-
aIng automobile accident occurred at
Calanello, about one hundred miles
tltlnat from Naples, 1hursday, fve
men beingas killed.
The *otor oar,. wblch was ping at
a high speed, ran Into a rock and was
Among the killed was Prince. Pes-
ea, a0 measber of the Italian obifl-
ty, and r6Mated to the Spanish royal
house, on account of whose death the
aristocracy of the whore of lower
Italy will be In mourning.


TWo Sltbrse Drowned In Lake In Lin.
soln Park, Chicago.
Chicago, Junq 22.-FThe body of
Emma Ponteus, ten 'Tears old, was
taken from the',lake in Lincoln park
on Thursday night and her etder sil.
ter, Clara, 13 yesrs old, is missing.
The parents of the children think
one of the girls fell into the water
and that the other was drowned In a
herolc efort to save her Wster.
01 MTs. Patrick Ponteus, grandmoth-
er of the girls, told the polloe that
she believed that they had committed
suicide, because they' had -ben Ill-
Both girls b1ad gone to UInooln park
after school, and were -aft sen, by,
Clare a twin brother of Clayp,
near me h1h bridge.
Charles Peonteus, the father, is a
maehlnist. The mother of the two
girl and the boy died four years ago
and the father married his present
wife two years ago.


Passenger Train Rune Into Freight.
Fireman Probably Fatally Hurt.
Huntsville, Ala., June S.-Pas-
senger train No. 11 of the Southern
railway, ran into the rear end, of a
freight train, No. 61, Frday morn-
in lan the rook out est of Hunts-
The caboose and three freight cars
were derailed and the passenger en-
gine was turned at right 'angles to
the track.
Fireman John Clark was probably
fatally Injured and haglaeer White
was slightly hurt.
The line was blocked for 18 hours.

Hanging Was Bungling Job.
Birmtagham. Ala., June 22.--A
peclal to the Newe from obile says
that Wlllls McClelland, a negro, was
hanged to the county Jal yard early
Friday moving for the murder of
Michael McGovern, an aged white
man. McClelland confaeset. despite
dntals made Thursday. The hang-
tag was a bungling Job, MoClelland
Streaging to death in 14 minutes.

Thre Seaomen ISee to Death.
St. Johns, N. B.. Juno 22.-The
steamer Crystal Stream was burned
to the water's edge la Washad-Phno-
ak lake Thursday abIt Sad three
mmbere of the crew wev burned to
deAth, according to advises received
bpre friday. The -e were In their
bunks, and were unable to male their
ooeape after the fames broke out.

Prte Batlesfes Amerioeme mbasey.
OOostantlsople. June U.-.Tho porte
ha addreset a communlsoalos to the
American embassy here giving satta-
toeetI la itee m e of th last out-
standlng qutlion between the embas-
my a the port e ao tlMe roovina
the Seal obstacle la the way of Amer.
1S's aseeboa to the three per coat
estmj teare e, o e wI Msow ant
S Ower a aor o. ,

May 'So injected Hi Platftn of pith
Great Political Pa1ri40.
Atlantic City, N. J.. June 22-4n-'
Jection of anti-saloon snttlints Into
the platform of both great political
parties in the next national campaign
was' predicted at 9'hursday night's
sessions of.the National Wholesale Li-
quor Dealers'. association convention
la thi city.
Call was made for the qederstlon of
liquor Aiterests In the United States,.
not only to meet the present prohibi-
tion agitation, but tiprepare to check
the movement.In the presidential con-
vention of 1908, speakers declaring
that the growth of the crusades
against liquor will force the party
leaders to recognize the necessity of
placing some "platform doctrine,"
dealing with the subject, before the
people at the coming electan.
These officers were elected:
PresiNnt, George P. Diertle, of
Cincinnati, 0.; first vice president,.
William M. Murphy, of Chicago;;
beeood vice president, E. V. Dough.
erty, of Pliladeltila; treasutrer, ph-
ratm Bryce, of Philadelphia; secre-
tary, David Stfuber, of dinclunatl,
Ohio. ___

No General Strike, but Kind of Guer.'
rilla Warfare, Say Telegaphers.
Ban Frandr.co, June 22.-President
Sam Small, of the Commercial Telg-
raphers' union, after 4 'meeting of the
local union Thursday iight, said:
"Our plans are fully prepared and
we will carry the fight to the balls of
congress before we are through. We
do not thteid to declare a general
strike throughout the country, but
we will carry on a guerrilla warfare
which will continue until we secure
Justice and consideration. We will
call a series of local strikes in the va-
rious cities of the country which will
paralyze trame. We intend to con-
CUsa this Ight until congress meets,.
when we propose to place the whole
matter in the hands of the lawmak-
There I some uncertainty whether
or not the Postal Tblegraph company
will be involved In the local contro-
versy. The sentiment here is that it
will not be concerned In the trouble.

Alabama Woman Kills Another.
Sylacauga, Ala., June 22.-A pistol
in the hands of Mrs. D. 8. Stanley,
a widow aged 45 years, residing In
thIe otton mill quarters, was dis-
charged Thursday and as the result
Mrs. Emma Reeves, aged 26 years,
was fatally wounded in the abdomen,
dying thirty minutes later. The otate.
meat is made that the shooting was
accidental, but Mrs. Stanley was ar.
rested and on preliminary trial was
held to the grand Jury in a bond of
$1,000 pending further r investigation.

Uncle Sam using ilread.
Valdosta, Ga., June 22.--The U.
8. government Thursday entered suit
in the federal court here against the
Atlantic Coast Lne for $20,1)0 be-
cause of violations of the law requlr.
Ing trains for Interstfe transporta-
tion to be equipped with safety applT
aces such as safety brakes ad eou p.
lings. There are sixteen counts on.
two cars operated from Wayeross lnto
Plorida and the papers are very vol-
uaminous. __ _
Sey Attempted Sieide.
Cantos, Ala., Jane U.-Marvin
Wilson. the 17-year-oldM bey-who shot
himself here a few das ago with
sutoldal latest, will recover. He
tried t shoot in the heart, but miss-
ed. the ball going through a lung
Instead. He 1sa been arrested for
some trivial bffeneo and could not
make the bond and could not stand
the disgrr. i

Duke Oertc-ne by Heat.
Loado,. June 22.-The Duke of
Devovshre. ex-lord president of the
eounell, was owerrome by heart trou-
ble at the Ascot ,ace track Friday.
He wag taken to Widmor castle ad
frea there la an ambulance to Dev-
oasbhire se. -- -
Vl3gusla Town Burned. ,
Rielmsdi. Va.. Jule l.--4 e at
Drakee Breaek. a vil:ae fis hare*
tot. TraSda&y destroyed b a
ao LIS, 0 sae"-



Sum of $70000,000 Is Said t,
Be Involved.


Vanderbilt 'After Securing Lor'i
Share of Great Traffic Orig.natnrig ,
the City of Chicago ard Its V.
Chicago, June 22.-The .
Herald litday said:
Final step are being tale: ;,
York ito complete a $70,o
way coup wkfch the Ven ': ..-
engineered to secure the i:.
of the tremendous traffic w.I.
inates i4 Chicago and the u::
territory, as well as the ,:.
nage which passed through a, ...
The culminating finainci;
tion In this preat trafl; a:. a ..
William H. Newman, pi ,
New, York Central lin" .. ,
successfully playing in ith ir.'. .
the Vanderbilts, is the l.t-ie '. "A;
tight to purchase. of thc ( -:-
ine from the Chicago Jun-t: :i..
way company
Supplementing this Is t -
for a term of 99 years of a p, e
track of 'the Caicago Terrni:;ii, T'
fer Railway company, ,,hu 2ls
the connecting link in tl" m 'i*
inner belt railway syst(i whi, he
Vanderbilts are securing.
President John A. Spoor of th Iolt
road, confirmed the lease and iec-'r-
ed that before 'the end of the year,
the outer belt line, which 1hs o:n-
pany now owns and operate-. w ud
pass entirely Into the possession uf e
Now York Central lines.
Another integral part of thi cr-.st
traffic coup which the Vand ,rb:Is
have been quietly perfecting for t'e
patt five years is the (Chicago, l '-
ana and Southern road. whicr th'y
have built directly south front ('::cIa-
go to Danville, where It connc wit-
the Big Four road. It is a part dt
the comprehensive traffic cupain,
which they have carefully plan, I
and executed to extend this os'.r.
straight south to the gulf before ti8
opening of the Panama canal.
Accordingly, when the cana
opened, the New York C('entrl .:nD-
will, through the expenditure of
least $125,000,000, and po-h'.V-Y $1
000,000, have the whip-hani o,"
the greatest tonnage producing a
In the world.


Took Laudanum and Fought Thols
Who Tried to Save Her.
Atlanta. June 22.-Tired of '
some reason that she refti It : "'
vulge, Miss Margaret IvY. a '':
fatl young actress of 19 v year-, -
lowed laudanum at her boar.. ; '
Thursday morning.
Whoa the Grady ambulance' ct'T
for her she fought the offr!a'- '
agely, and begged them to ,.av "
to die. She was compelled to er.'
the ambulasee only after a hard s'r4
gle, la whleh she displayEd Wi 'r, '
strength. Prompt attention a'
bbspital saved her ife. and te "
sorts that she wil try It ag, o
aret opportunity.
Misa Levy was born In in *
a has 8ptalMsh blood 0n To -
It shows in her coal h.ack ha.'.
liant black eyes and .'
plezios. Sbe posessew
beauty. she is said to t "
maay admirers here.

P orty.lghtM Mutineers St.
KIleve, Imsia, June !-tecr.
lrthial. eosvgBed to try me .*"
Sapper at the summer ca.p a: t
tovha. 1 Sald to hate se "
9iomaem m eeerity : "
postal that lety-otght mu?!r!,'m BA
already bea oedasoned 0 ^
ElIso by Psi fuoem scan'.
LmOrame, Ga., Jue r^
tI teerst away the .
**bulin be -n about .
eBul Manto toell to t- d,
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Week in which k4ot o nsiderations will be forgotten---A Week inp which
6~l!1eahn up 'tll tiVt ends and odd lots that's a natural consequence
'I ao0u itlte at a Sale sush as we have just. had.


iiie during






In eome. Instnoess Le than Half-Prices. Our methods Ire to clean up stock, and we wol do it regardless of cost or value.
RSIs TNAT A tt ED OUR EARLY .SUMMER SALE: You well know the splendid
o the ones who did noit, we can only say you missed a Bargain event. To all: we urge 3
Ig the last week of this Sale, for we will make


id values we
yOU to collie

member This Is

the Last


of This .Great Sale!

r 8leeaWebg 5o, S2 yards for .\..... $100
t hnbleaohIng so, so yards for... .$1.oo
9*0ic Fine Bleaching, per yard......... .oc
60Io Fine Oambrio, per yard........ 1. 10c
0 Percale, per yard ............ ....: 100
loDrees Gingham, per yard ...... .. 10
lOc Apron Gingham, per yard.........8c
| Table Damask.....................95o
table Linen ......................89c
.0PO Fae 'S Inoh.Table Linen.... .....590
*1.W0 Extra Heavy.Table Linen....... 79c
A.+ 0 KEtra Heavy Table Linen.. ... 98b
9to Towels...... ... . ................... 4c
00 Tovels........................... 9ic
too el ........o .......*. ....... .. 6.100
$1.00 Bed Spreads.............. ... .790
1.25 Be 8 preads .................... 89
9.00 Bed Spr4as... ............. .$1.89
60oo Bleach Sheets 8Sx90............. .45o
660 Bleach Sheets 81x90...............40o
S9Q0 Bleacb Sheets 81x#0............... 7?
Ito Pillow Cases 49x806,.............. 10c
-Or Ready to Whter paitH-
mort Is Full.Up if hod ValI
s for This Wek
White and Colored Wash Suits, Jumper or Pomy
SOoata, especially good for early Fall wear.
oodW value in Cumrt Oovers, Gowa sa Shlrts feo
th lk. No value over offered ta (Olaesvtie to
W'aparm with them.

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Shirt Waists Vile
75c Shirt Wast, Clean-Up price .......... Sea
$1.50 Shirt Waits, CleanUp price.. .. ... 716
S$.00 Shirt Waists, Clan-Up price......... 9o
$8.00 Shirt Waists, Clean.Up price .... 4
Hundreds of Beautiful Shirt Waists in better 0oods on
which the prices have been out unmercifully.

S3-. SIM, ,I S7.g .

13.00 White and Oolored Wash Skirte ...................We
$8.00 White W sh Skirts ....... ... ... ....... 1.4
0 .80 White Wash Skirt ... ....... ........ ... $1.
$ .0) Plaited Mohair Skits ....... ...... ........ .M6
FINE DRESS SKIRTSi s BrISo and Grey Pana. S
ma, nst Groy Paid,, Skirts worth $5 to $7.00. ..#
Fine Dres Skirts worth $7.80 and .580 ............... $.L9
Bewtiful Black and Oolored Voile Skirts. .17.0 a& W p

at iif N aMI Less
a. iMnte Hats--all at priss to clean them up.
1Tas ao thes efor smmerw Sat e t. You ean buy onqso
esipa p omest aiW i rawlg t. eold on* awy.
A.,Fl ENRY ,


10c Figured Lawns.................... :
15 and 20c Figured Lawns............
16c India Li on...... ................e
15c White Lawn-40 inch, per yard....
20c Persian Lawn, per yard........... I
85c Figured Muslins, Pretty as Silk,
per yard .... ..... .. ............. .. .
Fine Bress Silks in Small Checks, Dotz anl
Stripes, some at half their value,
See them at 39, 59, 69 and 7,c \
15c Black HosePlain or Lace ........'
19c Black Hose, Plain or Lace........ 1C
2kc Black Hose, Plain or Lce.........
856 Hose, Beautiful Qualities............
50c Hose, Black and White Lace ......
25c Value White Wash Belts..... ... :
Hundreds of Yards Fine Val. Lat e-
worth up to 10c per yard..........
Beautiful Vals. and Torchon Lace- tr
this sale.
Buy Wool Drees Goods now anil .vr
50c All Wool Batistes............ 'l
$100 Black Voile..:............. c
$1.50 Black Voile................. $ ,
$1.50 Black Taffeta....... .... . ,

Men's Furnishings
For s he ieatkr
$1.0oDrewShirt ................... .
1.80 Dre Bim ...........
T7 o Umadoe o r .. .... ..............
Woe Und rwmr ...................
t oM Underw ar .....................
2c Wash Ti . .................. 1"
3rN. wm .......... .................. T w, fi k
A ooamplete took Fiae Fsrnilahimf nis .
raias for thle wek.
Asat tfor "Majestie" Drem Shbim.


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A Tract of Two Hundred qd Forty
Acres of Land on Goparitla la
Charlotte Harbor, ReItly y-
ed and Opened by /vif
There was a lively ct n tn
United Stats; land o0-a this city
a day or two Ma
sembled for a time a stock exchan"
on a miniature scale, so far aS excite.
meant was concerned.
The occasion of this eomotionl was
an auction sale of right to eater a
tract of 240 acres of land do G(a5Si -i
ia island, in CharlottO Harbor, M U4
prnta Gorda, which has been but
recently surveyed and opened up by,
the United Statesa overnutet.
Hon. Henry 8. Chubby, register,
proved himself upon this occasion an
apt auctioneer, and succeeded ina et*
ting a good bid. '
There were in the neighborhood of
fifteen bidders, and the right was
knocked down to Hon. John P. Wall
of Tampa. representing James M. Off-
ford of New York. Col. Wall's bid
varied from $1.25 to $2.75 per acre,
according to the nature of the solft.
This does not give the bidder pos-
session of the land, but merely the
first opportunity to file entry papers. I
This land is of a diversified nature,
and is valued at $100 per acre.


Will be the Sale of Lote at Coilseg
Park, When Buyer Fixes Price.
The grand auction sale of lots in
College Park, opposite the University,
which will be held at an early date,
iAl be unique in the annals of real
estate transactions in Gainesville.
Every remaining lot in this high-class
sub-division will be sold to the highest
bidder without any reservations what-
ever. In other words the public will
be given an opportunity to put their
o n price on these lots and take
Usually in a real estate sale the
price is fixed by the seller. In this
case the price of each lot will be
fixed by the buyer. That there will
be some rare bargains picked up by
those who attend the sale goes
without saying.
A large number of out-of-town peo-
ple will attend the sale.


Does Not Live On Hot Air and News-
paper Puffs, But Wants Things Right.
Editor Sun-I do not live on hot air
and newspaper puffs, but If my name
appears in public print I want the
statement to be near correct.
I saw in your issue of the 2Oth
that I am preparing to commence a
brick store 25x60. when at that time
I had already commenced a block
eighty feet front and sixty feet deep,
to be cut up in three store rooms.
I hope to have these buildings aom-
pleted in sixty days from date.
Nowberry. June 22.

A Pleasant Event.
A social was given last Monday
night at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J H Pinner, on Kirby street. in bomor
f r. and Mrs. Arthur &. Dobbins of
;ainesville, PFl, who are spending
their honeymoon here with Mends
and relatives.
Quite a number were present, aO d
'P- hours were pleamatly whie4
".Y until a seasonable how, when
! -:, wrere Invited into the daing-room
.t iArtake of refrea t e aed
Stem. The merry party thea do
;'rt,. exteding maw osngrtla-
tV- to the happy cople.
Mr and Mrs. Dobbas will visit
cth"r points befaro itramt their
tutr. borne in Geneval.--Paatka
* lr-I Herald.

in gte MeIuG et.
Mary WilaM a w eB tsa
c a bovre.I are m a ed
th the Naywe
'.em a <*
das or as
hsg tmw I

-i THU^^^^

T'y ame'epeft rrrenton every re-
pecS nd will Interest every koesekper Ila
e o a new refrigerator
0 aTeut e F w TH arseIe


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3?lPhozi.e 7


High Springs, June 22.-Mrs. G. P.
Morris of Galnesvllle returned home

Thursday, after a few days' visit to
Mrs. G. W. Easterlip. Mrs. Morris
has many friends in High Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Moore are visit-
ing friends in Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cowles have
gone to Eatonton, Ga., to spend the
Miss Hattie Hodges has returned
from Atlanta, where sh4 has been
spending some time.
Miss Muriel Futch gave a whist
party on Thursday evening, which
was a great success.
On the evening of June 19th the
Pythian Sisters initiated into the mys-
teries of their order 0. W. Basterlin,
H. McL. Grady, W. B. Anderson. It
was followed by a most delightful


Hawthorn, June 22.-Miss Mary
Bryan, who has been spending the
past few months in Ocala, has re-
turned to her home here.
Mrs. Lem Waits is visiting her
Henry Baker and Willie Bryan
spent last Sunday evening In CaImp-
Friends of Miss Georges Hobbs,
who has been indisposed, will be glad
to learn that she Is better.
Dr. W. C. Chowning and wife will
return this week.

Dr. Street Returns.
Friends of Dr. Clarence B. tromue,
the evangelist who established the
Florida Winter Bible Conference and
Gainesville Chautauqua, and who
spends the greater part of his Ume
here, are glad to welcome him again.
after an absence of about three

months in various sections
Dr. Strouse, at the closing
Chautauqua here, went to
Texas, where, with Rev.
Stuart. he conducted a series
mucesful meetings. At the
slIo of these meetings he

of the

of the
of most

many other cities, coming from Chi-
agn to Oalnesvllle.

Negre Adjudged Ineane.
Newton Broekcngton1 a wenl-known
colored man of this city. was Saturday
adudge insane by a commission
composed of Drs. C. L. Carter and
J. M. Doll, and George Mason.
The management of the hospital
fotar the lame at Chattahoochee has
been modled. sad an attendant is s-
pected to se for (he unfortnate
maa Ia a day or two.

I, ~-',.


Words 't nterestme-deas do. d Feri
Thor* is always one by which the a i s, 1
rest are m 6re6 .
I kn nme ean who have never
One maM. A mate li-are there
Just two 0Md, r twenty? ighl t market pris paid for Ohiekeng. g, aad other Prodcee
Some are so full of health Aopltetok BayCornOtlour
that it I towy painful. A Co p.B anmof. oor,, O.1, FlouB, Meal. Coston seeo M.u
It troue r bll ad could e handle only' de VERY BE8T goods Athe LOW.
it trouble were a bull you could IT PROs. and 6arantee satft, ale s ..,
bet on soi.p men being the red rag.
Is it lucky to be born? Wao Whit-
man says it D just as lucky to ie. T
Publicity: The lure that entioes (the
skeletons to stalk out of our Iloseta. [ L
In the turmoil of all the future only (I(.XooxC -po3sateCL
the fit will survive. Bear that In E ,E. VOYLE. MGR.
mind. I. E VOYLE. MGR.
I nd. Abstrares of Title and full information furliehed reading lanes t o Ih
Law. natural or spiritual never county, Our manager has lived in this eount hi rty yar and
'harms th# man who lives within its ol tho ghly eonversant with land titles.
borders. 1 E th
That map can never be disappointed E lm "7 0 "
Irwho oo.k a e world with the m lk rFIR, ACCIDENT, BUROLARY AND INDEMNITY IN8CRANO,. te
torn off. seating a number of prmineat American and Enjlish companies.
We'll prate and bluster u ntil we REAL ESTATE AND OITY LOANS.
, conjure up a new code-the authority G" M -' m e W.Ordd a |
of the big stick. .
The home, the community, the W. B. PHIFBR H. L. PHIfER J. A PHIP
State, the nation-a nation can neve
be greater than Its homes.
We are wont sometimes to believe
that Ignoranoe and innocence are not B N RS
far removed from one another.
Say what you will, this is an ap GA TISIIiLLE, FLORIDA
we fear the lching of our mao Do a Ceneral Bankling Busin

life. j -
A premron is on the head of the We *olloft (bhe ae6ona of MeN1ant., Farmers, Corporations and Indlt
fellow that can listen to an opinion IhtrSt pad a sin aneemw e Md eM certflcates of depeslt. We sold'ef
opposite to his own without going business. Write us or elil and mee as. H. L. PHIFR,

to pieces.
It's alright for a man to "be crazy"
If he'll only keep It private. There
Is no use trying to get the whole crea-
tion over on your side.

Every Men His Own Doctor.
The avereg man cannot afford to
employ a'physidan for every slight
ailment or Injry that may occur in
his family, nor can he afford to ne.
glect them, as so slight an Injury as
the scratch of a pin has been known
to cause ie loss of a limb. Heace
every maj..niat, from necessity, be
his own doctor for this olass of ail-
meats. uooes. often depends upon
prompt treatment, which can only be
had whM sutrable medicines are kept
at hand. Chamberlain's reedle
have been in the market for many
years and enjoy a good reputation.
Chamberlain's CoUe, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel oom-
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for
coughs, colds, croup and whooping

Chamberlain's Pain Balm (an antl-
septic liniment) for euts, braises,
burns, sprains, sweonghs, lame back
and rheumatic pains.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Uv
Tablets for oomtpa-ti, lMuanem
and to-emah troebls.
Chamberlain's alve to dlseae of
tho skiL
One bottle of each of tese ee
I-epaa coif se but USL. Pr ala
i all dragg&t451"

Ordinary 0Die While Fishing.
Columbus, Oa.. June oU.-JudgeD.
J. Fussell, ordinary of Chattahooehes
county. was tulcken with apoplexy
while fisMirg at Halloca creek bridge,
a few miles from Cusseta, Thursday,
and fell In'o the stream, which was
about waist l. eP. Sheriff Barbeeree.
woo was :t himbl sprang aI sad
pulled blin out of the water, but
when be got him out be was dead.
Although I. was under the wafer. It
ip believed I'at his death was due to
apoplexy rather than dopwnlag. Judge
Fussell thad ~wxn Chattabooee conns.
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I*A. M. OSAUAM, PdesMeat H. E. TATLOB, OMii*C
*(o. W. lyp, Vie-Padest Las GRABAN. Ast. Oshing

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) ls k*_iJ-/ .Miller,
Udasle Rqggelf Lemon
riseKJ(iS4 auder*.

,ut will
of tMI

S-d. aG eo,.
of the eslneevrin
OQ t0 o we t put a the
and tre .or the our
S either the Taberaste or the
school auditorium, ad may be

'lstorial meetunag of Kirby
ptei. oU, 1D. C., which was
At the ome of the istorin .
.l, M Crear., P4 after.
a s attaded iand, as usual
u 0Plonas, hihbly'lnstruotlve
was a most laterest-
was honored by the
of Mrs. Y, M. Shelton, a
-b the lake qty Chapter,
:a:rmi daughter, Mit Idol.
'4a0W favored theft M'eetlng with
1t ia. "The Tigtr Lily Racer,"
ih was greatly enjoyed.
S-*a Tenltghb o
SWoul enoy tomorrow take

brlalbn'is Stomach and Uver
is taghbt\ They prodaue an
ible laxativeU ot, clear the
mPd lea e the tomaoh. Pro,
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IssN. Norton

(KI~i Book Statioener


First, t.S 4Cf J=Rv.I!
Nix~oOO at *O 43

OR "The 'Duty 61

i tanday wehool at 10 a
.:P.> St 10:4o ; sabt
1 4 at
8 p. l;u a u, ,"lmauy. .
The 'Uur/ Ovko* will be held -at
HolWY TIft* #opq and St. Pat
ricks ',I. .;d rhe.. ..
An l 4I a HS Un Ar
Ahft"A thite Alhemoon.
The eolor pwort League of the
First t t huob wll hold a
lmissionay eavltok at the church this
afternoon, bIla ng at 4 o'clock, to
which the pblio generally Is invited.
A "e prortaf has been arranged,
whieb is Bsttllowq:
Opa erae. -
"Japa--'J Coauntry"'-By Mis

"The People of Japan"-Mlss Loulis
Nixon. '
Solo-By Miss Nellie DaCota*.
"The 1ld b of Japan"-W. R.
McKlIatr .
"Frst and BecoId Coming of Chris-
tlanlty"-W. M. Pepper.
Bong by the League.
"MIlsloa Work In Japan"-Miss
"For of Mission Work"-J. A.
Bong by Quartette-Mlss DaCosta,
Prot MeBeath, Mr. and Mrs. Abbott.
"Formc at Work in Japa"-Milss
M. Neville.
"Other Workers"-J. V. Hays.
"The Outlook"--Cas. A. Nixon.
Missionary Offerlf.
Song and Beoedletion.
Death at Walde.
Mrs. tta Hammfnd, sixty-nine
years of age and one of Wado's old.
eot resldenWt died at her home In
that town Friday orl c .
Deoeas$ was a dfeat member of
the Preqbyterian ChurA and was be-
loved by W for h t wi Christian
Theo funeral was hld, Friday after-
noon. Rev. Thos. P. Bay f this dty
conduoting the serlees.' Ammong
those who attended the 6meral were
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Morris of this


I5T01 I1Aog,
South 8si Ooert *o6 Leasse

Telephone No. 3S3. Posl Oee
SBox 34.

S5 i Lu id's ht A N Lo i. H.
The Boet Kaows L argst
'House In um th.
ckering, Mathushek, Iver & Pons, Estey, Krell
and a dozen other makes.

ALL PRO13m.' m


P.. .w .J.a

A" .* meteat Dswgar put r amEWmj so IA Live oak .r~d i
oJuWMeaemto. Maio. Al"*
A OellhbtfUl Patly. so,
Ad*Ugb& mv wartyWSivm at th bDOWLDp3.. V MOWIS. emeMl paw
hOPue ot MrM A. ?.' -PriesFridy rw LUOAR. VIABm.
ev"nt&ing.Inbow aft tuRhees"A I
hrm Owe ENT

klow desmW the Oimetw. -er, -M
sad imteevenig pmmeha t o*i BCCLS~
MO Wtr alSupplieL&Ay a* adO
Do NtNAe"so" asIOftm Y a a.a sPl
-. umam 01 amP the lb. usmmmmq~i
~ ~ of an DeuI wmb ig*"momed
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v f 1.71 *"i;,". ,' t.* I--. I _... .
h, 9w Ora "4p Mj Bo i* o aeClti (Or v

MDi ,Ceoking

oI "-. tmans o a ebuck.wa
I treaseti bt.s.e tos ,fto. !t Ik I, ... i5m ,5Ln ': **,, n

,rlM PM r Tu se of ArredIado ipeI' H /I \J (1 r. e1 Ptoo
O* M Thomas IToebruck *. ( 8 -Th the stove you
SSitreYor A. Wl. Taylor od 1 #. 4 have in your
c..returned .l .om i ,* *. ia bl. p-te. it's
** ro i' po ts .souf/ Ift W; It.wiit
am VxWedsuhap diirn?.o&Mfelm fth0 i 44t#VOL It will give
SA t to Cedar ad quicket o n -n baldking-day
noas s*aii sre omlbin. l ,l O dyI Th" d4II the
RI Mdrs yM yuleaReedb o ledar 71N
day a route home from e,
Ca. 44, sTsucker has retur-ned

I mpad .'owmj '"-u, ** .^am,
SWRv. g / Thompaon of uitrian apt at yr a d ealer', write t o o ur near-
tove Msed through the city yeterb e wt a yfr decriptive circul Ioar
iday route to High Sprnges whereot o I
ne wl coPdut ervlces today. m wa nt ihetBp
Mrv. Do i Wallae ande daughter, ,i,, arre Ee

weeo nas. gue., of relative. | s l in
e. v. .Pee, assistant district at e a reo4rittoourn
Gteup her t wdet of tha Wetrcn Union t. ay.t .
TelegraI' h Cn.pay... was a prominent l WWAMIO, oa N ,Y.

!S&oe vitr to I. id.ty ., .jSor gday. i'.| ilS w AI
Ii .0. Ianey ot Rocky olrngt was In I h"iii.iI
b 6awneille ysp terv*day t. ,)fls wPin ey

sO., o. rmeime who' -- Wo.d.In If hoahl .R be, B1 a oic o-. l
nrapsr wlor In-e t-at;c1 n.- *e -_ .. .. tCp
Mr. o. m a. lac. and hldr have re P| all-r oundi
tie suno-er, while Mr. an'' will *
speed 'home time In llomduas. In^ Comjpaiy dhai us RespoNsible, Have a Policy Corrcct
Friends wlsh them a pleasat outrng. 1 Wri With Liben aiij of Policy Con iramm ad the Cowpaay

turned from Harlem, where tahey went
to visit their mother, Ms.. PharIe You AA e As wue o
resuet to learn that she o&u= 1. I
W. H. Wienges left ant or TtJ -srcots loss at over eome ou without you have sone
Live Oak to met who r'ete. __
has been at n faioRlSprawgs for
of herI ealth. Fr eoWn bw glad her
:he w t rl~osItrille InToe. de ",
to lea ,a that her condition fn. '4 ",
do l .X. Nea.I bu Rl B able Iompanles ReprenLted.
Friends of J. Wie. Gromwre I will
sbe ratIsed to learn that, after an r
llnA-f a 1bout tma we.h wita ty- A M1 CU SH Mo A N,
his bed. Mr. Cromwelh's case was a lafoatlon shrfully feared. INESVILLE. FLORIA
ver sitbborn one, and It will be some l II
time ban tfo es will, aAve regained llo ru e
hIs normal health. r a sa a ----.-
John Smlth, allas Martin, a negro ESTHER 8. JORDAN. W. W. HAMPTON
who wa convicted at the lust term
ot the Trort of the murder of asT1Th 1fwtho av
t. eP there at Wa7h, was tak o the 1 u .
ae mOa p yeo, terdao, owhereoi LlvI
he will beiln a ;,te ,,enteace. The t
. .. '.... 4 INS URANCE
Captain A. R. Uinereu 40 Alachna
just returned ro sha it to the ______ __
Jaaesatovrn psitlan, which he o e-a
iaree is a great show. Captain 3. Li e o o AS In the oldest and bIA
ore has prom to write a de- Fbre, Loe and ACOent eomp.n 1 A
soriptive article on thi exposition, _________________________________________
which will make Interesting read ing. *

bgCompaly hpear n tlhis isue.
This will postively be the last week Sehedale Ermetive, 1 ,1906.
ot the Great artly Sammer Sale, a
a week which Is given Ia order to g a W o. oo Nthe
lean up all odds sad onds left from $y IsasTy mRz hso TATIOXS xnoni o
the bis sale which has been ofI on. .
Special prices are oflwed OB all hUbi. I esy AN C Arre A Lo
and the quotatas la the adverte ise a .8 ****. .M e .... F l ORD
met will prove of tlaterest to Intenda LV Lvj4 a o*wMr pMrk.... Ar
tag c hsers. BS e ad. anid a A ..sa ...s.. .
W ^^ a^ lf-1 -* 1-r II 'i ]- ^m _^ i i i j ,_ , ; ^ w ~ k i i 1 n (i 11 11 --. --


lThe Isstill being

,ty:? And, noV J ,e R. M. Call of D..
-~ r

l a, Vll al thinks *hl lie hears the "call"
Sa. jcR aa't t< of the peog to be Governor.
*erl ,.e .irki tiW uoi ts ao Mr. Burra Ju Into th ubema-
Au ,aLtr ,the such torial pon4d .has ind quite a ruffle
ora hall be found Any publiO to the political waters of the State.
'w. inIa& 0 o state of IntoaI or
gta AILl ctI pba lad i bo or t ay way under the Col: Je tephens. having his
daelid w pa brtd qit' M f l steIleattsing lq or, a' Ptottre pralod in the papers of the
dtonypadrtr Es n f 8o ehe f d in A i l Third dirstoAt /. But this does not
sor 0e a-sh all Ib te an claCe by npcessarilyan trouble for Mr. La-
acy. i etr it ftg- the authomtly to m .
is-. idu)o~ll~ s4ps 0 s *a B iak, ia4 etalned Is oo s-
I tir n ti oand ~ r wd breadd 'M and shall. then be Last wee the were three legal
on. taken i the oo nty Judge, or the hangings ia Tlorida. This ftet may
e, 'or display advertl rD t tlU atc the peace, in order have a t6 ey to quiet loud op-
tktioU' thM h.tmay be required t dieclose ponents of the State pardoning board.
Theict.-w a-W e G sa li mfrte whom he purchased such intoxi-.
om .per, puMlr, ablmd*wy )sy and ctig lqor..- Hon. J. N. Stripling states that
thursday. andt onthatb0s,4 W 61 o atw. : suc pegtod is Senator Kno win be the Republican
eek, locI, State ,aod rIol#1A, 01-
a poage frei, to anY f .t Of s hU0e rounht before the county Judge or nominee for President. It la plainly
esrCanda,orfx..oaymr-EI Justice of the peace the aid man s- evident that Mr. Stripling is endeav-
t------ 1 trate shalr require h4 to testify oring to pose as a humorist.
randcerof adverdm o s.usG herwiunder oath as-to where, when and
iputated in coatnrct. iti dot hknowa to u 'from whom he purchased such intoxi- The Telepost Company is now
]IM be required to pay for idvwrtil ina. catlns liquor, and upon his refusal inaugurating a now system of teleg-
Mc Akddren, l 'DAMt to testify at all, or upon his testifying raphy known s the Delany system,
_____________ I, t In such a manner as to lead the court by which It is claimed that one
while the New York Life Insurance to believe that hs testimony Is evas- thousand wdsl, per minute an be
company rep O withdraw Ive false, the maagsltrate, after sent over a single wire. It It has
m Texas be e th t the's warning, without effect, shall adjudge the merit l ed It will knock the
recently enacted law ret lgn that him to be in contempt of court, and other systeps of telegraphy into
5 per cent of nae l reqlf ant shall punish such contempt of court smithereens..
policies issued there mst be, vested by Imprisonment in 'the county all
n the State, says TO Neirk COM- Inot exee"ding twenty 'days, or by fine A big majority of the folks are en-
c, Pe sdten, t om f & I not exceeding fifty dollars ($50), or gaged more or lss all the tUm In
Equitable defines a different tude by fioth iunh fine and Imprisonment. explaining things.
by his society toward such M. Section 1. If upon th examination !
Similar bills are pendingt in Me=orMenti oned in section 2 the person
and Arkansas, but he shows that the brought before the magl~late shall TN
fact holds out no menace to the iq-it- disclose the name of the person from f o
able. for already It has more that the whom he purchased such Intoxicating'
entire reserve on policies lssue4 In liquors, and the place and date of
all three of these States ivotea tin purchase, and testify in such a man- t .' s. I.. s, ie e wge
their securities. In the case of Texa, nor as to lead the magistrate to eNh0 ees 7 iej
for instance, the society's reserve believe that the testimony is proba. e llthean r 2l TO
against the policies issued on the bly true, the magistrate shaU then 7 efu'*.tl1me01I
lives of Texans is $7,290,000, while and there reduce, or cause to be re-m R 1
the Equitable has $10,958,000 invested duced, the said testilnony to writings b t Ar
In Texas securities or mortgages. It and have ald person sign it, and Tho DOw4l8
is objected, however, by some of the vrW It by afdavit taken and crti-
Western States wherein Presdent fled by the @AJ magistrate. If such
Morton shows Investments in excess person shall refuse to sign and swear
of reserves that the society cannot to the mid testimony when reduced

Include Investments in the securities
of railroad companies whose lines
pass through and serve the people of
these States. "In my opinion," he re-
plies, there is no other way by which
the socity can invest its funds so
as generally to satisfy the policy-hold-
ers in the several States better than
by furnishing the money for adequate
transportation facilities." ThIch is
emliently true. And the bonds of a
railroad company, say, with only 60
per cent of its mileage within the
State of Vermont, but with its home
office in Boston, would for all practi-
cal purposes constitute a Vermont in-
Tvetment. Still, the wisdom of State
restriction of the investments of out-
side insurance companies may well
be questioned. The better plIa, it
Vould appear, is to permit the utmost
freedom of judgment to th eir nvest-
ing officers. They are repoosable
to the directors who, I ta t, are
riponsible to the stockholders or
Polic:, holders or both, and they are
bound to purchase only the safest and
mt ;renftable securities.
The Orlando Daily Reporter-Star
"" ', suggested that the candl-
a..- r U'nited States Senator, for
f'Ir. or Congress for the va-
rk! N"i't offices and all minor
I- ,-:'i,,.n. have a "Conlaf Out
< O(ala in the erly falL A
c .',. and basket p90nic amd
4I, d time will be the rslt
Saffair promises to be one of
i' i 'ue In history,..,And how
,.. for the blushing andl-
d forth ton low eek and
bWfore the Soplag
L ALd after they have Mde
S ** h'y can be p iednto
*: '.,l marked Exhibit A. a-I
i nd the vart thral esa"
Sthe cages amd pek th
*rd all the editors ema bold
, :tjd behind the bafk as
S candidates, wMeh seam
." a great m When
*L, right. 0, ye. have td
r ut Party" by all mms.

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A Healthy Liver Makes
A Well Man

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J&E~li'tM UIND and the MOSPM,~s
withCaltne. A~ers o OiIW; Do not fill your ayftin
vaCaoml.rme r *I&EMNI KIsa urn
teed our* for oildin"" sproduced by aTORflDUY3
and IM, IW t willcMirsALARIA without leav-
log any of the deadly W-soM of many ctJugs used for that
One bottle ~os today save you fo
seltomorrow. 'C~*ures 't
Mia~a.Dyswpepi DCIMl,&ad &ULimUe

Dr. A. J.L Hamqahnag physician of maUdft
Vu ndam5ISMvMth aguandIme&=

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FOO 10$11 OVer 80rlda: see the Atlantic Coast

to writing, the aaid umaitrate shall & ACAI V" 'iA a eyAW A..U ww M h64V OUaO j wwww M
attach his certificate under his of. P "Purple Folder" for schedules to the Jamestown
fielal seal that the said testimony was, .8jt' i sitlon Two daily trains each way with through
taken before him under oath on the use s. em man Buffet Sleeping Oar.
date thereof. SeHswUmd C osCe..C NL.T. "
Section 4. If the said testimony AL L M 8 0Season sixty day and fifteen days.limit excrsi
reduced to wring hbanl show that c, oket on sale daily from April 19th to November 8
any person bas illegally sold fntost-
eating liquom 'in the county the
magistrate shall issue his warrant CAPU DINEI very l a
for the arrest of .such person. -on a U is Cu0s at0
cag of sel. initoxicatin or S Si ..;II For further information see your nearest rairv
where the same is prohbibited by law, .formation see
or of selling such intoxicating liquor or ri OF
without a license, as the case may be. . l.s ek -5 CaL.' r

to be brought tore him for proceed-
Ings as In other cases. If the exami-n
nation aforesaid be taken before
Justice of the peace and the sale ap-
pears to have been made outside his
Justice district, his warrant shall
nevertheless run throughout the
Section 5. The person discloslag TN
name of the vendor shall be brought Ctw gm
before the magistrate to testiy at j-i v, v
the preliminary hearing of the party ," Mel
arrested, and If his testimony doeY s 0 0M reria
not agree in any material with his
previous written testimony, he shall
be held on a charge of perjury. w .tsI !-*_ aMr*
Section 6. Any testimony given M..l.
ander this act by any person taken g Wdm 910
In charge as provided In section 1 -W
sVlll not be used against him on Ipor,
charge of drunkenneus.s m be ea
Section 7. All costs incurred under Ik = &s
this act shall be paid as in other 1
criminal proceedings for examination -0
and commitment. . J" sMtIL D
Section 8. All laws In conflrt here- W
with are hereby repealed.
Sectim 9. This act shall take ef
feet immediately upon Its becoming
a law.I ....m.6.ft

Um imaL Distriot Passenger Agent, Atisat0l Coast Line, Jacksenville,

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'ten lati ftf46A44dpg
NSai ldwU~, W
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The Gaieesvlle ministers are co
operating to an effort to have the
merchants t that city close up their
storm on Starday nights at 10
o'clock so that employers sad em-
ployme alike may get a much.needed
rest after a buy ds sad be to a more
tanakul fram of ed Banday morn-
lag- The -blssm justif their of-
furts i tals dl0eti- by the sta@-
-mt at t aw tam" 4"t eof Orttah-
ty i pasmal .b. ... a pb..a O
o* Mat wto Ih be EIse-* oak
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Two Z~ant Train Daily:

Modern Pullman Equipment

The Jamestown Exposilon U

Norfolk, Va.

E T$*" on S& Daily.

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u~i~9fI1$wtto tRty v
dawng fr Ife.i r
WfsAY more than 11A0 ~
os arfved. T
g ouses are -c"o
IS ed the as oOW
V~4to erect tents ,.
iYof the luteii4Wt
will personally
. He will be
Igo by a ntW~,
Ireclaiiiajom 5
d land. o~c67~

,F'*'i or .1tAX

the U .. three

H+'4a J. G.4 "POr, one

flMal o. W"t
W *-ig', one of

S, one. o

u-'inspetordN" 'a. Bell, J.
tes, sad 0. I. TIlmsa one
ml shall at a leak.
bM b9040.: T. J. Ham.
a. T. Lwtbosrn and R. A.
tllow, mof whom shall a ct

Iachua-nlaspectors: W. T. Rob.
, W. T. Rive. ad J. B. Harrison,
of whom sha 'act ac clerk.
W D. IrInlay.
Oeo. ebha and W. k I.Lenna,
-whom shall act as clerk.
i0 te.-Inspectors: W.\ M.
4 IL Barry and' A. V. Ellis,
whopm shall sot as clerk.
""l -,Inspeaoto: C. J. MIx-
A.tobertson And P. X. Miller,
sa hall aset as clerk. *
Inspector: A. K. Wde,
o Colahan, and J. R. Thompkins,
tf whom shall act as ole.
Itble--nspeotors: C. W. Sykes,
SRHenadnom, and T. P. Olark, osie
hem hall act as clerk. -
age Heht-Inspeoctors: S. W.
S:Joseph Adams, and W. J. Till.
, one of whom, s ll at as clerk.
iOrry Sink-Inspectors: P. D.
eon, J. M. Everett. and A. H.
Ltd. one of whom shall act as

til-Inspeotors: Oeo.
SK. B. Moinnoey and
is, ona ot whom, shall

0. W.
act "

W sevveranoe-z-Inpetors: J. W.
S'OlIIle, J. B. qnmEa and 8. A. Car-
S way, one of whom hall act as clerk.
Wadsor-Inspecteo: John Torode,
J. boru Wh. S, and C. Dunn,
awoi m a t o clerk.
lop. aad M. 0.
one oo wnall act as
d J. i
e_.,J _teoor:a Johl Park.
PJ or and Walter Steele, one
M dm all act a clerk.
M lasto-lnaspwtors: R. C. Evtns,
S. nd 0. Molians, one of
hatim hctsa a e'L
* Newb -lnspectorm: John 0.
White, J. N. Partin and Vidal,
Soe of whom hall act as clerk.
; Rooky Point-Isp4qors: T. B.
McDonald, A. L. Dasoaw y and F. C.
M rown,.one of whoam ahall aot as
._ 1ayne.worth-I-ns %%M: J. wI
: Hayueworth J. Bat Saind J. W.
Itoth, one of whom shall act asl ork.
Polls will open at 8 o'clock a. a. sad
.o)se at sunset.
Or B order of the Board of Public
nftm on this the h day of June
"- Chairman Bd. Pub. est.
A- ttest: J. L. KELLEY, See. ad tSpt.
An election will be held In the
SIlleford DiMtAtot at the school bouse
Tesday, July 23rd. 1907, for h0
+os of determining whether or
sld distrlet shall be created a
tax school district, for the eleo.
of three trustee thereof. and
the purpom of determlnln the
of ilae to be a seesed ad
tiaed for the next saeeod-
two yars thereafter. PoUs will
sot ook aad sat ueat t.
avtek dpu have
a s* of whom shaltU

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A~~~kno tk:e eeektoe..
814 01Wt as oehu out, om se I'e.
day; Ilimit eard-wes. emo"W.ers
lowi il-FHatof eeu'sk iel. Go
insleeper. stop-oenesi

allowed t 1101Sl.'
$32,75 sieheIs. Good 'a
lowed within, limit, Des.loh

$172,65-4~, wsme Jon*
SepS. 151h. castroste. bwpsv
alowed wesslof MeaphiP ?oleaMISS.
-Porstand. One., Sea~tte,

eenhios amems -e ~saek".
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Benefioent epidemics are scare, 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 applicants for Pocket Banks as it files through The Sun's business
office. There is the mother, bringing her daughter with her and securing a
bank for the girl, another for herself, and inquiring anxiously whether she
may have another for the boy who is at work. She receives it promptly.
Boys oome-some are steady, serious-faced chaps wh9 )ave bagunu l
think on their own account, and who ask questions abouV/the operation r,
the scheme which show the results of rubbing up against the world.
Then the High School gfrls and bys, gay and active, while tht W )rk.
man and business man "slip in" during the noon hour to get a bank flor e
boy or girl at home, after asking one or two leading questions to make 't,.
there is no joke about the 25 cents.

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good f a andd9th8mi 95 wt When a deast oa* doLr or more in Cll
b ~ *01be qy to owwy wo x w v -. "dmggj g opportUnit-r.
~ a" 7m willnow I

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PiO WaslmtPfl
W.BWon tfi .



Was Arrested '.t Newberiy UP9i
Charge of A5saut Wiath IlOtat
rder-Fired the all,- t Failed
Accomplish His PurpM ..
ieause Tom Williams, a neg- o who
in the Newberry jail Updf.A
S of assault with inten torur-
tried to burn his way 'out of
n. he was himself, swerely
ed without accomllslfilni ll1
6e, as the fire was discovered
t to save the building. Williams,
ever, was in the thickest of the
es, being confined In the cell
e he started the fire. He will
languish In the coUnty Jail here,
Ting been brought to this city Sat-
y by Constable J. D. Siford.
Williams will now have to face two
irges, that of which he was ar-
ited and arson, which is a serious
trme in this State, being a capital
Fortunately the flames were dis-
rered In time to prevent the escapeO
the prisoner and save the building.

pware of OIntments for Catarrh that

Contains Meroury
As mercury will surely detroy the
se of smelling and completely de-
ge the whole system when enterIng
through the mucous surtaoea. Such
les should never be'"sed eaoept
prescription from reputable phlyl-
Ia, s the damage they wil do Is
fold to the good you can possibly
re from them. HaMls Catarrh
manufactured by F. J. (taney
Co., Toledo, 0., contains no merOry,
Is taken Internally, acting dl-
y upon the blood and mucous
aces of the system. In buyian
s Catarrh Cure be saura you get
genuine. It is taken Internally
made In Toledo, OhioW by F. J.
Dney & Co. Testlmondals ree.
Sold by Drugistsa. Price, 75& per
Take Hall's Family PiWIfrM oastl-
Filipino Voters Registering.
'' a, .i ,. 22.-The registration
:;) vo'r. be,.an Friday. While,
*T ',, (*- (niirns are not available,
e Ir:! are tl nt the total regis-
*: !, I' lheavy. No reports of
I!. ,]< boen received. The
S.... dets are generally rmg-
*', ;uln Carl Hess is the only
n can:lidate for the assembly;
'. iomlnated from Manilla.
'l,, rta.ion will continue four

Colic and Diarrhoea.
Pains In the sto=ac, ollo and
tbo are quickly reUeved by the
le of Chamberiltaoa' oll, Oboler
ad Dlaone Remedy. Per sae by
MI dfrug ,
C,e fo-", Texas to Give Up Self.
S' Ala., June 22.-W.
S. a young man, traveled'
S" ~:f. rrom 'Texas to give Lilu-
S Thurday, to stand trial
S : (Iof a nman samed Watts
S('ly, rive years ag,).
V' .1ined to marry a young
but not before the
him had been eleared
* :intittted to 1.600nall.


Il*q t. mustbe Smogs 010190

I tthat causes taudruff
6 I1I(Jflfa5 )~u UI.hava'p
A-1 your hair imw.r
*4*Athe Gtnam~fgrm
I ~'3l~1a most deogilt-
~ 'rerg-uar toilet W
i'rlparatkf1.oan Sths
't f'LoytOng the dandruff
'I irritation. kecp. b.
I irt-and ~OCt~ e
** ~~inot do tOw work of
I&~i~i "d by leadiag
-.~ ~ ot-.In autps for *tas.
a ~ CO-. Oet,'ef. Mid,,
& 8OIfhW4
'& 0%U~w.
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MaT arrt' e d Wif
/ I(11-Aftar-V; fToryn .
8l $lie, GOa., JuAe 22.-Wor
wel ved here the marriage
ho9J S wur lr tartnmer who live
t Cht bounty, ou the day after
.the, taerai t his wife.
It .as raid that Mis. Wardldled o
lart Saturday night, and was burle
in thp family burying ground tif th
Seminole district, near Supamervlle
the funeral taking place on the fol
lowing Montay morning. Ward wa
married 'on Twesday.
Ward claimed that he had promise
hii .iUe on .her death bed that h
would marry the woman the next day
she having nursed bin wife through
he"r ilness.

There Are Few
foplei who know how to take car
of themelves-the majority do not
The liver Ia a most Important organ
in the body. V. 0. Bimpklns, Alba,
TeSxa, writes: "I have used Herblne
tao Ohills and Fever and find it the
best medlclne I ever ed. I would
aot be without it. It s as good tor
ohildru# as It Is for grown-Op people,
and I recommend it It is fne for
La, Grippe." Bold by W. M. Johnson.

-v3'rc Ir. In or Geergu4 Day.
I "'-a., June 22.-Preide!.t
W. N. .Nitc. :i. of the Ceorpia state
sitt.', l'n prvn to evrry pr!vpte sol.-
dier of tli ri .'i'f f r ve v T nrl h: i 'itI"I
anid a.l nr :,e A..'cr (ir m1Iarlnes or
the American an;l fcr.:lng sh'pi t.nl-

Ing part at Ja;.. i:twu (.turJr,.
day, a gouvenlr pou:a} card, rep-ro
renting .In colors Bull)ch hall, tl'
home of President Rcoeve!t's moth-
er, with a picture of the president
vigpetted with the flags of the Unit.
ed states and the state of Georgli
and on the address side an origlna
verse in the handwriting of "Uncl
Remus"-Joel Chandler Harris.
A Happy Mother
Will aeo that her baby la properly
eared tor-to do this a good purgative
Is necessary. Many bables suffer
from worms and their mothers don't
know It-If your baby Is feverish and
doesn't sleep at night. It is troubled
with worms. White's Cream Verml-
fuge will clean out these worms In
a mild,. pleasant way. Oaoe tried
always used. Give It a triaL Price
16 oents. Sold by W. M. Johnson.

Texas Reports Firet Bale.
Houston. Tex., June 22.--Cleve-
land & Sons, cotton brokers of thil
place, have received the flr.t bale of
the new crop of cotton b) express
from E. M. Ruthven, of Run, Hll-
dalgo county, Tex. Last year the
firkt bale arrilWd July 6, and the earli-
est bale heretofore was June 22, 1901.
Baeeball Players and Foot Racers.
Louis J. Krager, ez-champlon long
distance foot racer of Gertany and
Holland, writes. Oct. 27., 1901: "Dur-
Ing my training of eight weeks' foot
maces at Salt Lake City, Ina April last,
I based Ballard's Snow UIntment to
my greatest sataisetion. Therefore,
I highly recommend Snow Liniment
to all who are troubled with sprasal,
bruises or rheumatism." 2Io. 0c aand
$1.00. Sold by W. M. Johasom.
Accidentally Kills His Brother.
Logan.svlll, Ga., June 22.-While
unloading v'eat btraw into the barn,
Woodson Smith, a ),ung man of 22.
accidentally stuck I.Ke prong of a pitcn
fork Into ils 7-)ear-old brother'i>*e)e"
The prong penetrated the brain and
(he lUUle fellow died about 10 o'clock
Wednesday night.


Buried in tkS Pantheon.
Madrid. June 22 --Tlal ?ili cc f-kO
Alro and Vtrci). two fARMUIP SPOVIsh
actrs. ,were Lrr,:arht ali ~ Wed-
madaxy and burlo'd % thae PAWttiOr
of llustrious ame. idany t~~
es! celebrities ufatted dte ce.:e"-

A Slaft *of oat rsmbad s=I
to" Wish O ow het"aor thme
ILs -fbad as h e & ai
of emuso lm" 80 barhos





. Everyone should take a tnaic in the Spring their systems r..tire ii. r The blood has
-. become kiick aud sluggish With tbh accumulations left in the sy...:u from breathing the
Siipure air of closed room's and. overheated buildings; the heavy, rich foods of the Winter
season, etc., and w-lhen this vital flid aroused and stirred to quicker ntli.n u by the return
e of warmer weather, these waste mi4trs 'nd poisons are distributed throne, h the circulation,
to act depressingly and injuriously on the system. The lkod bcing i t:.l unnatural and
h impure condition is unable to furnish the body with the proper alijouit t i; ,;.;:. .imucnt and
strength, and the system suffers from debility, weakness, nervoatucss, i',iI .,, loss of
appetite, and many other unpleasant symptoms of a disordered blood cirli:'iiu ,.
The depleted system must have assistance; it needs a tonic nid it is important that the
Sproper one be selected. When the health is in this disordered cn(uditiou it iis r.t safe to
take iiuiinown concoctions, sarsaparillas, etc., vour s. s. S., t ma op.o. Is as goid s .a";.t'tI.
, )ecaus2, tLey usually contain potash or can be hai: it simply 0vaut.t be iiprov. i upotn as
.ther strong mineral ingredients which act remedy to purify and enrich theioo.t a..,i i. : .,nrate
I 1Zi 1ri al d ton*onp the system. Thisspritng mly bi.,.), i bad
'r;av I r ',ly ld often dangerously on the an I wati rua dowa In healin, anmd hav;,;, em n your
run-down, weakened system, at a time when medicine hghly advertised I commenced it,' .t.a To-dayo
r ,. my blood is in fin* condition and ntmy gnral health s of
it 1:ccL.; e;cutle and natural stimulation to thl best. Am AlinCg position as fireman for a large oon.
t ncw of the iupurities and recuperate it orn aher, and If I was not in good physical condition It
,c\ 0.1 the iupuris ad recuperate it would be Impossible for mL to filitihn place. Your a a 8.
n .s'. ;ryV. A grcat deal is being said has bnen of great service to me au I 1I a.-not hesitate to
"," ... aoout ....se 1, 1,S, to nature, and giveit the credit it deserves. WM. F. VAN DYKK.
e t. a, ,t lii" lose to nature andr L15 Fifth MStl Seaver Fi lls, Pe, Pnn
iL is ImlC k arpIicable to medicines, perhaps,
:: n thingg else. Nature has p rvided f remedy for all the ills of mankind, and medicines
.:.: f ..i nature's ve:et'.tion act Wetter in every way than do the strotg mineral mixtures
S,. V tale j)io iucts tf the chemist's or apothecary's shop. '
a'st -.f nll tonics is S. S. S. It is made entirely of the roots, herbs and barks
;f ..'.''.4 ni. clds, )sile .d for their purifying and health rs-,toring qualities; and an
t ,- contaui the slightest trace of mineral in any form it is especially adapted for a
S:."t remedy, o~pe that is absolutely safe for young or old. S. S. S. acts directly on
: . ridding it (of any and all impurities and poisons, and restoring the lost properties
,'" r ic, n.itritive strength so that it is enabled to supply to the system the heathf ul, invig.
,.t ncg ergyjee',ed to pass this trying season of the year. Its action is the niost prompt,
pleasant and satisfactory of all tonics

/, 000 FOR PROOF and blood purifiers, and those who are
beginning to feel the need of a media.
TI MAT g s cine to fortify the system against the
i ,m ri sI NOT unpleasant conditions that come with
RY OLE Spring, will do well to commence its use
PUR TL VEOETA at once. It will not only tone up the
S. system but will remove any taint or
hitumor that may be in the bldod and thus prevent an outbreak of Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum,
or other rash or eruption of the skin. S. & S. restores lost energy, relieves that all worn out,
tired feeling, quiets the nerves, helps the appetite and imparts a relish for food, and in every
way adds tone and vigor to the entire system, and prepares it for the depressing Summer
months that are to follow.
I In selecting your tonic for this year do not be led into believing that others aus justo '
good," but get i 8 8,f 7M 41M 7W & M Or A& TO and one that for more thau
forty year s been recognized as such. It is Nature's tonic, absolutely pure and safe, and
reliable in every way. 8. is for sale at all firstclasm drug stores.

Benjamin Harrison's Cousin Dlo
Alken. 8. C.. June I.-Colosel
Henry Harrison Hail, a prominent
Confederate veteran, a great grandson
of Prelldent William Henry Harrison
and a second cousin of 'President
Benjamin Harrisou, died here Thurs.
day, aged 69.
Cleveland Continues t Improve.
Princeton, N. J., June 9.-Por-
mer Presildet Cleveland, who Is iII
at bhi home bire, passed a good alSbi
and oontinue to Improve. It was
anneunedt at his residence PrMay
that If hsla Iiprovement oaUtlaues hi
wI be able to leave hs bed oon.
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Has Happened and
.ppeon Told in h00 'M'
That "He Who Rme My .
in The Sun.
papers for sale at tH l
Red Salmon at al

I's blue serge pants, g -h t,

ile' calling cards I lawaet styles
sn office.
aum o0c1-
.8holes typewriter ft arN AP-
g lmOflce .
k leases for sale at this b a..
$I per hundred. ""
Mamie Cameron has returned
a brief visit to OSals.
mbrellas-just roooved w lot.
e and see them. J. Masase.
dles' white Persian lawe salts,
prettily trimmed. J. Man. ae
the best printed statloY.t,
prices call at Tho as moies.
rth of July low-ofts mt stook.
yours before the rush. L. Santh.
T t-Lower floor, ttr roam
ed. Mrs. COlap. West Me
J. Capers of Jackson Vlle was
ting his old friends In this.. ty
vestigate the big cut In prices of
erators-at the Galpeville Fur-
re Co's.
r pine shingles, roin barrel
ves and headings, write T. J. Con,
igh, Fla.
us supply you with a pair of
words for your summer vacation.
C. Smith.
lal discount on all summer
ing at L. J. Burkhim's this week.
the habit.
e best typewriter ribbon on the
ket for sale at this office at 75
each. Guaranteed.
r. and Mrs. C. F. Goodman, Miss
le Riley and Sandle Graham are
ding Sunday at Worthington.
S al Teachers sad Students-
ial prices .to YOU on laundry, at
very's Gainesville Steam Laundry.
Twenty. per cent off on all Refriger-
. Must move our preset stock
r second car load. Gainesville Fur-
Ire Co.
The grocers are buying Argo Red
Imon because it takes no argument
Rll it and the customers come
ck fur more.
Sale mnn wanted to sell to grocers,
ggi,ts and confectioners; $100 per
anth and expenses. California
r and Extract Co., St. Lotuls Mo.

aIk0 a Summer

0Resort0 of your

Porch /

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bad ad different--,t tie



do t, 1, am alone aw the Sted-
~t u(-h Iji icr.with a *repute"lo
k abl'. "1IvorySlow or
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Vme s0 o e me m i. J.ManauW.
Solomon Warren left yesterday for
a ew days' visit t Jacksonville.
We have on hand, a te line of
ladles' olae .o hosiery-very cheap.
J. Maanss.
Miss Haslte Smith of Wacahoota
is in the elty, a guest of Mr. and Mrs.
C. J. Milxon.
T. J, Oriffin, agent for the Atlantoc
Coast ULn at Starke, was a visitor
to Gainesavlle Friday.
Prices reduced on all Refrigerators
to make more' room for second car.
Gainesville Furniture Co.
Iadles' fine voile skirts trimmed
in taffeta silk bands-price very
reasonable-at J. Manasse's.
We are still In the clothing busl-
ness. Get the habit and g6 to L. J.
Burkhim for special values.
John Ambrose has returned from
Cedar Key, where he has been recu-
perating for the past few days.
Mrs. W. B. Higdon and children led
for Talladega Springs, Ala., yesterday,
where they will spend the summer.
Have your stationery printed at The
Bun ooie. First-class work promptly
delivered at reasonable prices is our
We have the Refrigerators that
you and others should have. Buy now
and save money. Gainesville Furni-
ture Co.
On your trip this summer you will
need a pair or two of white lace hose.
We have some that will Just suit you.
L. C. Smith.
Argo Creamed Salmon, Scalloped
salmon, Cutlets, or Croquettes, 'are
among the most tempting of dishes.
Argo at all grocers.
The mothers' meeting of the W. C.
T. U. will be held at the reading-room
at 4 o'clock Monday 'afternoon. A
full attendance is desred.
No matter where you go on your
summer trip, your outfit is incomplete
without one of our daint* lingerie
parasols. See our line. L. C. Smith.
Wanted-Manager for branch of-
fice we wish to locate here In Gaines-
ville. Address, with reference, The
Morris Wholesale Hous, Cincinnati
Salesman Wanted-Sell retail trade,
your locality, $65 per month and ex-
penses to start or commission. Ex-
perience ungecesijMary. lferminogsen
Cigar Co., Toledo, 0.
Young hqusekeepers should begin
right by insistating on having the fin-
est vanilla extract, Blue Ribbon. It
goes twice as far as the ordinary
extracts and produces perfect results.
Refrigerators' Refrigerators! Re-
frigerators! Twenty per cent off Just
for a while. Better buy now-this ctU
will not last always. Best Refrigera-
tors for the least money. OaJne tille
Furniture Co.
Albert N. ddins of New York. rep-
reontng thE Robert Graves Company,
wall papers, will be in Gaines ille
about the 28th lnst. with a full line
of wall papers. Anyone desiring same
telephone 14-2-
The Argo Red Salmon of Alaska
has the deepest red color, and the
noest flavor of any Salmon packed.
It is packed entjrely by machine, and
met tombed by hand. One trial
makes a customer. "
Rev. Thee. P. May of the First
Presbyterian charge wet to Waldo
Friday, havians ben called to eco
det the sad feral eereimomif over
the remalns of Mrs. Dta Hammnood.
who died Friday -.ir-la

J. MaMor sl sreturmoned
hm Tamnam am he wl at a upe*

0 al gp Y o be beeve
bwtea ~li Wr theln

oft. oboe

;Kate IS e.dtog
4qct thne with to Codar KeW.
'. U. Cello. agbter, MNti
ILDS.- iMurray, were a 't* city from Haga

pf Ladies' muUdi:n bderwear, all n ea
M^ -an& embroidery 4trlmaed-prioe very
low. J. Manasea.
Wilbur D. Bqbbtot of Maicaopy hM
accepted a poao as clerk In the
rul|iA. store of J. L. &Cawford.
ahage Men's sox and ties. It yo are
O "bI needing anything In this line ,sJt
l ly" give us a call. J. Manasse.
allgoces. Ladies shlrtwalsts, all styles ain
add i -1 kinds. Remember we are selling
sq. T. thee very cheb J. Manasse.
Men's stylish p-to-date Kirash-
baum suits. If yoe want a nice snit.
try one of these. At J. Maaawse's.
_or ladles. H. T. Mott ha returned from Wil

listen, Bronson and Cedar Key on a
combined business and pleasure trl1
Just received a fie aUse of ladle'~
and seats' embroidered hosiery. Also
a beautiful line tor little gents and
Misses in all the latest styles. L. 0.
Smith. ,
For Rent-Furnished flat, three
rooms and bath. all modern convene*
lences; or will leOt two furnished
bed-rooms. Apply. 109 W. Court
Dr. J. Harriso= Hodges returned
yesterday from eidar Key, where he
was called on irotmsional business.
He states that.' David Yulee Reed,
who has been seriously ill with ty-
phoid fever, is ipioving.

Miss Alma FeMellrerned yester-
day from Hawthorn, where she has
been visiting relatives. She wia
called bome on aooount of the Illness
of her sister, Mis Myrtle. Friends
of the patient trust that she will soon'
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wilson of Bar.
tow have been %k the city for the past
few days on a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
0. M. D. Bowers Mr. Wilson return-
ed to his, home yesterday, while his
wife left for an extended trip through
the West.
Joseph Slvester of Haiue was In
the city Friday. He made The Sun
an appreciated call, renewing his
subscription. Mr. Sylveeter has been
for s~"e time connected with the
Southern Pile number Company at
Citra, but resigned his position.
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We have just received a
nice shinpient of choice
patterns. Prices strictly

Iron Beds'

Are much cooler In the
Simmer than wood one.
We have a magnidfiost
line and now is a good
time to puyrchat.

Shoes Shoes
Our Shoe Department
contains BDme good thing
for Mon, Women and
Children. Try us for
your net pair. We NU
Soes tdt wear
Trade with us and be
sure you pt full tgsM

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You get your money's worth at ether
stores and sometimes you den't; but
YOO KNOW by the test of 25 yearge
trading at this store that you are pure
of Good, Honest Merchandise for
every dollar you spend with us.

Gheap Goods

Are like w6 se p-they do not last
Iong. Why buy them when we sell
better gods at about same figures
Ulok Valla e1.10, $1S and $1.0
per yard.
Sleek Taffeta 1like $1.00, $1A.2, $1.3
and 01.50 per yard.

SmbreldeNee, Laom, White Goods,
Walesti Dotted SwlNo, Siilk Pon.
ee gereets, at.

B111TI F I In P red Lawns at 10c yard.
D SiA NS In Organdle at 15k yard.

I I I In NoveltIes at ltk4,3 and f0 yard.

Mrs. R. Wilson

Of all the colors, the Golden/Brown
is the one that is wotf In every town.
Come 6gt a pair-they are all the
rtge-ttey are worm by people of
every age. L. C. Smith.
Miss AJile Taylor has returned to
her home In*this city from Due West,
N. C.. where she has been attending
the Due West Female College.
Friends are delighted to welcome her
One h undred and twestylght satis.
led Leonard Cleanable Alefrlqerator
customers and looking for more. We
give you back one dollar out of every
fve spent with us on Refrigrators by
our 20. per cent cut In prices. Gatnes-
vl e FPmalture Co.
Use railway will sell tickets at rat
of one, and one-third straight fares
for the round trip between all palate
with a minimum rate of Afty a s.
Tibt on sale July Dad, ar* MI
th good returning on or before July

The Continental?

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NOT 101..
Boxilnlag Aprill IA w* wilI pllt
our Slommr rauq of $4 per week-U
Beals-ased N$4 IadIing lotkegs. OWifse*
Il ilr.ell IIst every respect. Twe
Isar elWesrl f1ae, lanerlog comfort.

COelF tSe best. Everything
*les. Gme cooked so order
lor speronrs.

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The un, In inIts tte-p et t r A Fif
Chase retort fire Saturday i
wa uldnfomed regard in g e _ar Fi_
wbleh the reporter is lateod4 w s
ot eaceed $400. Sine the loe is
a geat deal smaller than as reer* .
ad, It afford us pleasure to make the
Argo Red Malmon is an M eal .
Thompseo's DietUtic, one Of the
standard works on foods. gleoeam. a OYSTERS
mall** tables as follows: The per ota "
of muscle buldnlag-Sateril tI beoo (It reMf of Feransroe mg y) ..
Ib 19 per cvt. 1 per Oet, al- (,AI!EZVILL.. ,, UmUl" i
m 20 pe, r crt. Asa bral VfoWd.beef
3 per cent. eggs wble t% per eent,. a meow pOp-* 0
(yolk) 2 per out,. Salina M sad 7 Iperd m witfIe C--,
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