Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01157
 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 27, 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: VID01157
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
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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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rdF d* uttfefrtg from scalp
o luienthalu the contractor
Wet f the recent repairs
te0, was arrested, obarg-
Sa ay more persons did not
1 tlve dp edu to two of
11t-cw ooat the house
,aheadled af Ithllan celebra-
m h t. Th boys reach
i thAty beo t 2 eloeok tn
Wi.W h by the se-
ereaka o f the
a va the blidI g and
te"hPAt of the
Agsits. Dett of per.
4t the treets In their
1 tko ad 0 ay of tlm had
a*iAe the street be*a tQhe6


Ife o eh le r fOpi a S slm o
thl. June ams*$C taslt -on-
was reached i.te NashvlUe
N of education Mw ad'ta Moi t at
Snegroes born, bro atd edut-
ore in the negro pubMS.l s

.tkc was taken o aH

and Dixon line have i
(Ma snot fatmliar with

grata to the Nashville
C '4
ail' taalag s to be intvoigt
Uvem.o schools and the ge5A
!ttertalaed by the board
trot the facts that
ilgaMtlo l fr the postiot
of Ma nualntrainins of

'other eastern univerastlet
;U ai big, black, soutiel
d uand southern e.
*e elit the job.

e Net Tre.

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irest Annlve4 SW4e#atUenai Kill
NYw. T. ,. $1.--W year
dTuesday t ~.r SE. Thaw sBb
and killedStat, WWbhit, the archi.
tect on tlJ s.ioX aqtuare voot sar.
den -4qrl linitialt performance
of tilat looieuy, Vmatsell
Obampam e.
e th iege a awnt Thaw hi
been the I i14 one of the
most a.or i UW 1 the criminal
mnahl hi uettlf t *at hbe a made ta0
thIeme*r pi .. oplalon, lay
and oxpart, 'It lHe bee passed
upolm ly fMttaute A e(m-
mislori. 1 "ii -wife's and
bl tfat o*< 8gtivu or neos-
tive, tbaTi 1be rt4 *von to toW
moit ic 4 .ttal; ti ase has
Mn *tha pSt 4 p grousos mount
of avniesr0 *iogand Illustration;
the p" A ioit* trail has been
made th subject .of liternattenal
eomnimnt, 's"ily, twelve men
plci ed wth r aory care, have
dia r P ase, a, after robably
the lo pOllty ex cting delibera-
tione ti ;: ko rY of any trial for
-uarderM' 1 united Wtates. Thaw
has mat0 a hg 1rs to the Tombs
thead of 0 ilfMPr ft Ia certain he will
not be trad the MW ond tihe until late
In the fall and there is a possibility
At toe mat not e tried again this
yerarl. hs &e ,ema sanguine and
obeer(mtl iotw ptdlng the con-
neement and -oendi of depression he
is obliged to, ansergo. He is In
sood health also, though pale from
his priso life.
"I feel cftIdent of acquittal at my
next trial," he is quoted as laying.
Thaw has struck up a decided friend.
#hip' with It4 aele Gasoone, who to
charged with the murder of a fllolr
Itlisen, and with *-noathb spent
tbe death house In ag SBing prison\
t wVhUnItaga new trial. Thaw aht
casoone spend not "a'little time pac-
Ing the corridors and chattlng to-
gether. __

ImMilnent Danger of Being Engulfed
by Demeorate Wave.
London, June N96-A correspondent
of the Tribune saps in a letter mailed
from Uesb0, June 19; that npag
OarlaM' th ets i t a Imminent danger
of belong apt away by the rush of
* great demoerate ware, swollen sud.
denty to deanlk proportions by the
aset of despotias Wtoh he permitted
May 1.
The P pledo not target, the oor-
respondeat that last year th kin
condemned Pitmi RJbelro's attempt
to dissolve the eotes and they eon-
trast this tttde toward a oeoserva.
Uve premier with e' earSen Illog-
ical llcese e has gives to Premier
Pranoo. The ma ral feeling of, the
country Is one of advea"ed liberalism
and a repetitlos of autocratic bung-
Htng can only haTv se re2u= today
In Portugal. the wiAter ,S, amse
ly. the deposition of the kdag sad the
establishment of I repuilte.

Sheriff Ater Pv ere.
Macon, w a., Suna .-Mhrd t
Roberton is In pursuit of Bae Persns.
three women mad two a, all Iawl,.
ho are charged wth h0 at
ordered Arthur Dro e, the estletoi
who was ound tge Mt e .
Wa several o 6 ol o.

bad he bethmtw
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StUamshtp Santiago treoked
',In Heavy Squall


Only One eoat Was Launqhed fi the
8torm and It Was Dashed to Pleees
on the Rooks After Drifting Severai
Days. .

Santiago, Chile, June26.--It Js of
Slolally, announced by the Pacil
Steam Navigation company that only
one passenger was aboard the Santi-
at wrecked in a heavy squall 60
es north of Corral, and he was
The ozdy survivor was the fourth
All the rest of the crew, number-
tag ninety, and including twelve Bag.
Hlsh officers, are said to have per-
Only one boat was launched, and it
was dashed to pieces on the rocks'.
after drifting for several days. /


Japanese Miners Arm Themselves
and Cause Disturbanses.
Victoria, B. C., June 26.-Follow-
Ing. the recent labor troubles at the
Ashle CoppeO mines and Muroran col-
lieries, serious disturbances are re-
ported at the 'Besshi copper mines
near Mlyanosbita, Japan,
Ton thousand strikers have burned
mtine buildings, destroyed much prop-
erty, killed the chief of police at
Sultoto and attacked a regiment of
soldiers sent to quell tl, rioting.
The miners armed them elvesa wl
rifles and alamunif1on taken from the
dining company's magazine., which
they ostroyed.
Dynamite cartridges were also asked
by the Ilbters. ,Many scenes of vi-
olenae were enacted and a number of
fatalities have been reported. Ring
leaders of the strike movement said
to be socialists, are atgeged to have
fomented the troubles at the Ashie
mines. Damage done to the mines
Is estimated at over a million dollars.


Quatemalan.Porte in Readinese to Re*
pel Invaeione.
New Orleans, Jamne .--A Picayunt
pedal from Port Barrios, Guatemala,
says that the torcew at the,east cost
ports, held in readiness to repel In-
vasions, number 600 men at eaet
place, each battalion of thi2 slae bar-
ing six rapid Are and *q siege guns.
h dlpatch alo ooasirmed reports
that coast fortlscations are being
erected at several ports. The Guat-
emalan government sl reported to be
negotiating to buy a 400-ton steamer
of 18 knots speed, to be armed with
eight rapid-Aire guns and used as a
man -of-war.

is Milsionary Gathering.
Wsarw, Id., June 2.6 -Several
bhad*ed wrems, IMa all over the atid-
ts w4 a e Stherlatsg at Wiaoaa
LAhk I attes t0 0Maesl meetintag of
the lte.or-, aU il coamitte*
reprapating *3te5Wsc*rgsalaatioms

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Conmptrollr General Ass ees south.
en OldastUne and W4terir Union.
Atlanta, June M.--Comptroller
General W. .A. Wright assesed two
big railroad companies to an extent
almost double their returns, and more
than doubled the returns of the Weqt-
*en Union Telegraph pompthy. .
The Southern railway, tieh, made
a total return oflta property In Geor.
gla 14,$84,kS, was assessed by
the .omptroUer general at $14,600,000,
an increase of nearly $12,000,000.
The Southern has already notified the
comptroller general that it could
stand no incrpas and will arbitrate.
. Hearing nothing from the Atlanth
Coast LiAe, whiph returned Its pro.-
ery at a total of $12,850,698, "the
comptroller penerl assessed it at a
total of $22,408,000. -
The returns of the Western Union
Telegraph company, which were put
In at $1,020,140 this year, were boost-.
ed to ,4n.,960. TIsi company has
also practically givn notice that It'
will arbitrate. I
Comptroller General Wright has
added 25 per cent of the increase to
the physical property of these corpor-
ations and 75 per centto teo franchi-
see. He was prompted in this in
part, he states, by the fact of the
largely increased prices of materials
and equipment. '


Lowry BankNef Atlant Takes Over
Depeostt ef Trust Company.,
Atlanta, June 26.-At a meeting of
the stockholders of the Trust Com-
pany of Georg pad of thC Lowry Na-
tinal bank, held Monday afternoon,
a deal was consummated by which the
Lowry Natlonal bank is to take ov r
all the deposits of the Trust company
while the T'rust company secured a
large part of the stock of the Lowry
National bank and witr N future de-
vote all its attention to the various
features of the trust business.
The taking over of the banking
business of the Trust Company of
Georgia makes the Lowry National
bank the largest bank in the state.
July 1, when the deal is finally con-
summated, the capital stock of the
Lowry National bank will be increased
to $800,000 and the surplus and un-
divided profits to $680,000.
The Lowry National bank Is 46 years
old-the oldest banking inm tution in
thb state-and has always dnjoyed ad
enviable, reputation In banking cir-
cles. Its officers and directors will
remain the same under the new re-
The Trust Company oV Georgi a I
the oldest Institution of Its kind In
the south. Its business has grow
rapidly and It will be placed. on a
much stronger basis for the handling
of money by the deal just consta-
Railroad Is Enjoined.
Asbeville, N. C., June 26.-On the
application 9t Cravath, Henderson &
Uedorff, representing the Standard
Trust company, of New York, and
Charles W. tliet, of Cbarlotte.
Judge J. C. Prtchad of the United
States circuit court, has granted a
temporary ijupaton against the Car-
olina and Western railroad company
'4nd the North Carolana corporatki
lbomamlseon to prevent te ean-
bocewmnt of the North Carolina 2%
eeat rate law, which goes into ef-
bfet July 1. The lnjunction Ise re
tmMble by Jude Pritchard atar*-
day, at which tim r railroad
ea a Involvng e same principle
U be beard.

we while ia 6t1_ni09g.
G. a.. Jane M.-Wule tai
ftday Rtros with several
h sine ", Usaber, about

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Revolution Is Assuming Ahrm.
ing Proportions.


Rebel Movement Has Become a Pro.
.,ontloue One, With an Army Or.
ganixed After European SM'e:-o,o
Several Towns Captuied.
Victoria, B. C., Jui .-
gees were fleeing to lHur; .. i
the disLlcts affected by .., .
tion in South China, w..e.n t.
or, Empress of Japan, \ ...1 ,.
Monday, left Hong Kn,,.
All reported the rebei i',:: ,.
a most pretentious one, \w :,
organized after Europern: .L; 1
War notes, which tLv ; ...,
promised to redeem at t, A .
ue, after the fall of Ca,.. .
nlg lssue4, proclamatiuo!-- p,.,i
everything carried out in Ltr:,
Most of the arms u. Ad,, .e enck
quick-firing rifles and n :, :.. :s,
smuggled during the pas ,,: ;.ars
by way of Amoy and ('ant:on.
After capturing the tlo:.- ,. the
way to Swatow, the re e:, fo: iiuv.
ed again northward, uir' ay tak-
ing toward 'Canton. lHfl;;.ou. on tt
Kwleden mainland, oppo:it,. Hag
'Kong, wa captured, itH i:i:;rinal
,troops being badly worst.
Prance Is taking advazate ,' the
outbreak to press for a Fren(c h\pe.

dtlion being sent to Car: ont tw p;o-
r tect that 'city and PNkin oftfiI' -1a
reported as strenuously oppln.izi, 'uch
a move. Large quanttii.e, of .up-
plies for the rebels are ar:;i::e at
Hong Kong. Some boIy n, i-nt'
aIr reported. At W'ong Konz er
Swatow, where the ciil a;Ja n ,;:.ary
offlelals were butchered, a- in the
other cities. Takan lan a r.-',ms
official, was killed by' thir ".- ".,I
the standard was sprin!il ( 'IN1 his
blood as were some of the ,i:..':.
Families of some of ihei t**. L
were forced to drown tt. n. lI
wells. Refugees are a::i~hi~ : r.
condition, many having; a'bnJned
everything, even the sick an l c i-
tren, in their precipitate fli-'1
Outbreaks have been repo;:,v l&W
from Hunan and Szechuan.


Sill to Inerease 8ize of City of A'-
giUta To fW Introduced.
Augusta, Ga., June 26--T:e '',t4,
r Augusta proposition that :e '.1el
discussed between officta: .\:1 '
and -Richmond county ..-' '
the Oeorgia legislature i s ,at'al
a great deal of attention
It to understood that In -KI
Wright. Hon. R. E. Al't an I'
C. Z. Dunbar are in acc('o
city administration on th.< i'-:'t*
of thA extension of the ,'.'
The eateMlon enbrac. sarP
tIons of Nellleville An! Ha-.,"
vllie, and a part of S
principally the 'Flsat' "'
vltlage., The new te r:.
about one and one-q' ..N
aflee In area and l :" t
7,000 population.
The proper bills to a '
exteasli will be int".'
coalig seeseoa of the :e"
Killed by Lightfnli.
Atlata, June 26.--T. .
who lived ear low" ,r
struck by lightning MUL"
ai dIe istantly. N 1
itUag on hIs tfret por'c v '
Mr. Klag pas 37 ye ro of Af .
a eag4ieer as one of :-
A r IAe mp %p gaptg st

Mpe i llMutiny Dor't ed.
i. elt lane g.-T- y :-,7
lemt erae Victorri o r
eS biers 'bmee b A ':'
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a unty, by .II

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Aluaomon Ht'i mrnng

i alle st Juge

S okh rfii5g. .

a-1 hl Iuft tlil Corans,
f er, t

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been turned on in the
rt ent offu wAd.
elptc' i ploys Jwill be

net m Wfactu of t.
w anads.
athe i. "tje .aw lae dl
p iw 'Pot te t d doUa4
i n w albolet three thousand
Of sploe than employee In

Anlent teri n Ce
IW ..eeyM 0m0mr ft torhe
It Opes ration.

bt t Srnied otl the
pe e It, bothscd.
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0 market is full of sh-a ugd,
. bad and indifferent-~ t tOhe

In a oil s lone as the StIe*
Petre Gooler, with a reputalegs
S raitallble as Ivory oap or
ler's Ohooolato..
hundred thousand Amerioma
i aelodlg the Whie House
Mhqlngtou, are equipped with
and here in Gaiiesville the
1f VUDOR Shades ou nearly
jreet-some hung two years
the beet tetimunials we




San d Chi1dre
*to o fne of, e o p.4ts Contala0 **#y BluI
Site and It M Runmored h o v Mr. Ogl
H. n ers eand Family Will Mal
their Fatuar Home In @bWeille..
W e ett contnues op tt move r the
f a slbesnlek, and the marketlholds
up rcaskably well OuWto wn
Tto" be g attracted by the many ad..
ntage of 1 the city, are IesOthg
etifr monet ber inr. roa* oe O
i the boiest evidenr o ell thir mv
ecoui e ato f the of ty and tsf- ture.*
The latest, purchaser is' F. P. -
pwederon, the horticulturs and m
nurseryman of A p, who has par.
chased from K.'j. Orrn desirable
0 the Uni ersity XrOUads
d tract comprises tfynty-nq build* I
of ~ug ot, oe of which contaltn a fi ne1
bam ad barn and other out-oue., S
all e oelbent condition. The sale A |, 8
was med through Steenburg & Pat,
t. Fhrt rOver
1 0 ID Is "adt that Mr. Henderson, F r O v er [
withi I is eent family, d ropose
TO to make his' fuBire home here. *Thy \
will .la aid welcomed, as they '

.ru mooeo that.Mr. Orr, who lhas owned
OieT Wry O o TARY tUo Y. the property fl the past.two years,
will retbran to his former home oin
Clerk Pension Applics.* West Virginia. N1osam.
tls d o TMi Way. .i
CounltF OamH. Wenges, who Famous Criminals Sentenced. ;
is one of the most obliging public irminlham, Ala., June SO.-- -n- _
officials in the btate, has been busy ale Berwanger, Mabel Dil and Jo-
for the i~ast. ewdays preparips and seph Berwangqr pleaded guilty here .141
filling In blanks for the Confederate to larceny from dwel!ng and each was
veterans abire aoe g a f etteeed to 12 months' imprigoament.
vetran s. irfttheseektngy 'andor. The trio Ito famouin the criminal If You A re Insured..
eo tlhtyN, hvdlle and St.- -Lotln Notahhl
their InjormAton Mr. Wlenges re- womn ir"n ery pretty. They were
quests The 8= to announce that It recently brought here from Nashville li Company that s Reiponsible, Have a Policy Currectlj
is not "aeesry to have' the sign. where it was found they bad a large Wrisen With Libiraity of Polley Contrawot and the Ccampa)
ture before the clerk of 'the circuit amount of jewelry stolen from Bir- Pao Losses Promptly
aurt. but any notary public, is em- maghani residences.
powered to take the ,-snature and A re A 4
to -the pap&...Tbi... o i ai0'You Are AssuTed
is ven r the benefit of many wlho IOften Th Wioy Arm
Otieatestawgret distance from Glnes- O *0 is no eaisou losa ea1 ove1reome you without you have I M
V0e, It may save them the tlme U Wfe. ,
antd expense of Ip. a, ibea ne s Make l ,p,.e .d
It used to be "Idered t only t"
THE WOMEN PAID OUT. rwinary and bladder trer, to be l
i n and Httraced toh kidneys, h liIll
Could Not Stand the Pressure of science proves that oe bos Reliable Compnles Represenuted.
Working at Hard Labor on Streets. nearly all diseases
Mary Williams and Mattle Goss, havin their be'nia'
the two colored women who have inc the. mot important
been on .the S"tt doingg time" fort ei. orimpA sS H MAs.N
disorder ly oduat for the past three _'he kidneys filter laorVoOan sheflly frlnshed. GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
or four days. having paid their re -. urifythoblood- ,,i n
sp ve lnes, are again as free before. when your kidneys are weak ,8.B 4rN/1

as the jrds. or out of order, you can understand how
These women belong to a class of quickly your entire body is affected and
prowlers wheh do ito tow igood, and how every organ soetm, to fail to do its
It I. to be regretted that they were. Id on are ick or "feel badly," bevL
enabled to rapse the *oW with which latit',tie great kidney rcm"dy, Dr..
to pay their flnes. tnatead of being com. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, becnuse a~ soon
pulled to "do time" on the treet of as your kidneys are well they will help
Gainesville as object le O theip all the other organs to health. A tr;i.
class. will convince anyone.
class. If you are sick yotr can make *no mis.
--- take by first doctoring your kidneys.
IN THE MAYOR'S COURT. 'he mild and the extraordinary effect of
,_ Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great
our Negroes A. ined kidney remedy, is soon realized. It
Four Neoroes Alrraigned ad Pined ~taniu the hi liert for its wonderful cures
Upon Charge et!ya4ransy. of the most distressing cases, and is sold
Because It is alleged torn Mead- on its merits hv nll f
den, Will Rowe, Chas. Muldr9w & and one-ollar size
Will Bell, neros, rettued to wok. bottles. You may ,
they were arrested by Marshal Ar4w have a sample bottle it eM i .
Tuesday night, and an WeaOav by mail free, also a pam let telling you
reeda" night arrand l 8 lW how to find out If you .ave kidney or
morning were arrapnd h 0 Mar- bladtkr trouble. Mention this per
,or's court upon & char st o vgntey. whpen.writin. to Dr Kihner & Co.. Biag-
Bell was fined $10 and oats. Me- mton, N.X. I>onlt make any rn iTake,
radden $; and costs, Rol 4and bit remember the nam, Swum p-Root,
T rDr. Kilmer's Swatnp-Root, and the ad.
Muldrow $.50O each and oot.' dress. Dinghumtoou ..',ou'Vrybottle
The Anes having been paid. the e*. __II_ _
fndants were released.
A Beautiful WiMiow.
The larSe show widow of The aDnsA
G. V. Hyde Company, ta wh V h AMw T
080lOW- the collection m lf K
and haadsome preeesta. many cI
d o dste c io fA t -
Ilwuu I~ .w..u li r am w w

nM 0e MUG no s ver, wlmn amw
be OvMI away abemlutaW-Be0
those who attend the a pWm *e
of Col~t Park loti, attr.os Uh n
atentlo yesterday. All da gwoods
were there about the vadow *G.
mirtain Ohad*a pso c of saTwm
and .brie4fsS The pmesens SiO *b
be distrteb Udam#og the- wek XD
toad the ast. bWethtker *W1 (I .(a r m ?of fl6
lots or not. The olle a.~ w .
main in the wadolw t, 0W. l' 0=IalLL .
Company the remai4et h %
'IA! sr^ $?^
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.All of Oar Goods Under Or"Peroalt OGrantee. A Trial Ordor
We Know Will Oonviooe You That We Haadl6 Only the Beot VY'jr
Can Buy :
Pure-Rye Cae Goods, All F. 0. B. Jicksonville:

Not Wood .......................... per bottle, $1.75
Old Forrester.................. ........ 1.60
Old iooae. ................. ..... .. 1.25
anadiaE e bMal ........................... 1.60
ns adiamn Club .................1......... ".0,
Mount Ve.now.............. ....... 150
Three Fathern ....... ............. 2.00
Lewle ............................... " 1.25
Harper ......................... ... " 1.25
Hurdle ye, Spelal.................... " 1.00
Scotcl Whistkey.
Kli Willia,. V. O. P., per bottle..............
Klmg'Willlam, V. 0. P.. per eae ...............
Dewar'es. per bestli $1.10, ae.....................
Bleak sad White, per botsle.I4.50, eae.............
Irish Whiske:.
Dunavll's, per bottle. $1.80, ease..
Jao. Jamiseo & Sea, per bottle. $1 0 eae............
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Unfortunate o iMa r e
Hin Chop OPf e Hs e
Man He Meta sa& SIt t tW o
AIOlo*--AdJed* "" w wuW .
Suffering with 09 h0 l"t l "
t it is his r dRtY to seVr he
of every man hoe =Ot' withow ase,
by command of God. Mey Neale n
Sunfortunate 0 0oted sma who has
been in Gage e Ul, th pst two
years. and who tI well TU wn a
raving smaiac at the omty asa
hi predlcaentIs is le0d a pitiul
one me me asn er VO mO t n a M
I have a command rom God to behead
every man I mt a t the woeaS
go" is hi. cry. e t eltes that he
has been comaiUded by t PW Suprme
power to get an aDe ad pneed to
execute every man he the"t, and
begged the guards at the SO to per-
mit him to go to the bhwa* S s tore
and secure the desired Impleant
Nealey cam hee ro a labooer
on the University bullOgBs when the'
work at AMrst bea '. and has Us0
about the city e o was
looked upon as a peaoable, law-bid-
la citizen until a wek ago, m he
his actions were snraMge, nd steso
which time be bha bea growing worIe
mentally. He finally teeame o pee-
perate that it became necebary to
lock him up Tuesday afternoon, to
Insure the safety of the live of those
about him.
The unfortunate man wa examined
before a commission caofuDt m Dra.
J. H. Colson and J. M. )el4, and Geo.
Mason, who pronounced him lansae
Wednesday. An attendant Is expected
today or tomorrow to convey him to
the hospital for the insane at Chat-

Married Couple, n their Honeymoon,
Returned to Find Heme Burned.
It must be hard for a bridal coupe,
turning from their honeymoon to
And upon their arrivAl their home and
all its contents in a heap of ashe,
but this was the fate of Annae All e
and her husband, who left Newbrry
light-hearted, only to behold a samold-
ering ruin upon approaching their
former home.
On Friday night the home owned
and occupied by Annie Allen, a eol-
ored woman, was burned, withall
the contents, netwthetanding that
those who congregated worked hard
to save the property.
The woman has reeatly -eom
Stride, and her o husband a
self were enjoying t0 h bospalty oc
mends at Tyler for their aogeymjo
bence there was no on e tI e houne
at the time of the are, and the origle
I supposed to be Imesadilar, as n
fre had been abot tao pMe
ee or four days.
It ;, statedd that AnMnlo A ha d a
torgiage upon e hm. It tIs tr-
ter stated that she Had boee kM
company with a estas anin New-
berry. and that be "i d o m net
W3e under a pramse that the Wi
would marry hima bt b ortly ftter
t11 home was cleared t"e W
e the wife tof ather a .

Death at10 H plga.
ltnfrmatUon M ba s toeeolvd hees
of th! death of Mr. W. `. 1L Wkud
i eider lady. beith a1 eft-
Syear am tae whia ee a 1at
er ione la Hilba 9m- oM
day molnas # the amWdI befg 1gi
Wednees.y, 3. M. T f o
apUit chunka. waI UI UM
*- ted. as 0e "a n f
hat Chhetba n fatiiad -iW
RI1%,.4 by f _o 1 d sr111
%* River M, lab n 6 a L ]
I s9e. aod an i dnM t j
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MWiMFiWhof sacbdknows pet Iop?
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Newberry, June 28.-MsseA Ussle
and Ella Smith entertained quite a
number of their friends at a "p'und
party" Thuraday night. Those pros-
ent were: Misses Mollie Swlndal.
Volta ford, Pearl S*8ndal, Minnie
Sitford, Atlanta Studstill, Fanny
Smith, Ola tudstill, Elloulse Gr.-
land and MX. MeKinney; and the
Messrs. A. A. Burke, Hill Densler.
Lucjua Johnson, John Miller, Moodle
Matlus, Jack Garland, Charlie Smitb,
Mr. Stone and Mr. Cowert. They
all reported a fine time.
Otarion Fortaon of Washington, Ga.,
Is here on .a visit to his brothers,
John and Peyton S. Fortson.
Dr. Thom McLeod vsited Oatina-
ville XMonday, returning the same day.
Hill Densler and Jack Garland
drove over to High springs Thursday
morning, returning the saae day.
Mis Pearl 8wi.dal of Tampa is
here, a gpWt of her cousin, Miss
Mollie Swtndal.
Bedford Wetherington returned
Wednesday from Worthington
Pprings, where he spent several days
Mrs. Code Weks returned from
Gainesville Monday, where she spent
a few days the guest of relaUtive.
Misses Annie sad Ida Price of Wade
sent Wedaeeday her, shopping and
vllutng relatives.
I MA UndLi Smith left Saturday
for GaaInewie, where se'dwwU at-
tad the NormalL

Will e that he baby n uopyr
eared to-o deo tts a Ued e to
IS sesor1y. Mary b UNs oawo
t&is worms a W their otes a t
ow it--f yowr baby *4eveik Ad
dooft IN9 at nht, It Is ouNad
wtM wOrm. Whe e C a VorTw$
4 am. pIit at way. Oc e .w&W
~W &m"d. Gxe atOUL rtPH
V labS. 9M b W. M. JILasm.

SN Mllloea enad asie Voted.
3rlagham, Ala., June U.--4.
m returns from Jefferson
eoaty tadlete that a favorable vote
has bees east or the ,oo.0 Jail
Otead as .WMc was saubmitted to
Ot votau d the eousty. The two
lower storm wM be mated, the three
top stmor WUl be ued a a jail,
while the repalder of the butldta
wIl be ae or oarts o the oen- ry.
UaLe Men AMNie at LOS@Wlle.
LoifetS. Ky., Jamp 2.-AllJ the
mies mean eoapkpd Ito oetructos
. n t* A dty went oe ake ep
In W tlyyw ithm the car-
w otrea tMo w.bs age.
an slow am ane

A I tl RHYME A .
hert ltaeo addressed to Mr. Me
BeI t by a Mttl Mkanopy girl now 5
a c"s at the Preebyterlan S S u

a--ay, w fav read your piece, Chronic.Ulcers are the result of a deeply fti blood supply.
M 4t k It very good; The blood is fille with impurities and gerins ing constantly
o t, tl~.a has net done It all. Ied into the place through the circulation, unU ding eItc
We want tiht aderatood. becomes disease anl the sore an obstinate anl 'mnt trouble.
I w Every sympto.u of an old ulcer suggests pollution; th e the red
We, too, havetdld~ed lot of things, angry looking flesh. the inflammation and discoloratie ji ding part
And leaurad M st how to trat all show that the ulcer is prevented from healing by ht drain
The bran dlaemd, the body ick through it of impurities from the blood. This itupure ee i the bl
may be hereditary, or it may be the remains of some ca~n I disease
in& manne dek aor the effects of a long spell of sickness, leaving dis iase t system,
or thb absorption of the refuse of the body which has not b tpopely
We've leareain ao to cook good thigs exp-lled through the natural channels. But whatever the cau~ oo
To tempt tle appetite, so weakened and polluted that it does not properly nourish aat
of thoee w "canot eat at all& the place, and the sore cannot heal. Salves, plasters, lotions, ete., Ch
And, lear to do It right. mre or ulcer clean, relieve pain, and perhaps reduce i1tl.tnumatio*
never permanently heal thi-m because they do not reach the blood.
We've given tmelele galore, goes down to he very fountain-head of the trouble, d;iv-'.s out'aUll
,OCt off a l" eor two and germs, builds up the weak. sluggish blood, gives- etrnrv and
We've bathed al rubbed, and rob- tothesystem, and by sending g a fresh. healthy stream of klood to the
part allows the ulcer to heal naturally and permantntl v. Nothing
Sbed SW inherited taints like S. S. S. It cleanses the circulation of r\very
To pull our i tienats through. heteditary diseaseorimpurity, and those who have nui i aul treated as
sore for years will experience good results as soon as the svst.m be
But after Junl ot 1t08 influenced by 8. & &8. Book on Sores and Ulcers and medical advice free
we'll "have t 'tamls to tr." all who write THE SWFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA,
We hope, thtaeSb, 'twil not be our
To "hunt a Ian to marry." XSTB2E 8" JORDAN. W. HAMPTON.

We're going v4t Into the world
whenever we *ave a call,
T6 nurse the dek. both rich and poor. WAV JD AN CPA N
Ol o::l,.""':-" INSURANCE
But when It eWes to marryn g,
(A good sma great and tall,) PORTER BLOCK QAINBSVILLE. FLORIDA
We leave tht for your own clas-
matea.s, Fire, Life and Aocident .,o4d90.""',S
WE WANT A JOB- that's all. A c d annt

Purifies the Ie 4and Clears Up the

Everybody Meds to take sulphur
atthineM Ne like It to puri- , 11 1 1 1
y the blood, e a up the om losntoA A
and remove "th ed feoUng." But
the only way to tse It Is W Do a general Bankin Busine
fennr. Hantees Uqldt bu pt p
taken Internall sthell bet Spring We soHolt the aesoat of Mrehssaes, Amer, Oorporuesl.m ad lndliv
tonic Appled0M AlVaIJy Hacocik's
Liquid Sulphar. qX ly et6ees a es t IBM. e 01sors eelasaego.U .L u f st We .l
Totter, and all lS Deas. Hn bte.. Write os or eall and e ee M. L 1i1F36, (MSd,
cock's, the only Uald Sulphur Oint-
meat, remove ia1Iples, BlasokMa 1 M. Ms UAM. KP.Mft H.n. TAon, Oset |
and Sores, sad give a beaWtiful sft, e WV. W Ve .liM OeAsan. sA Oa*

tak, Me., of 8a easo m am a
he writes: "3My ce is as smooth
an lat'n mO3t'sA.I.ES" ZE.z .

you writs a ock rLiquid flp " :_
Co., Bal e ........ .. .... ...... 100,0000
Wll Tur n Money Sack............ 0,0009
Atlanta, June ,2-Georgi's Janes- Ianmit Paid o Wavisp A alee lea sad CrtleU ,Me of Depolt. All 2
town commbsion held a well-attend- TsM te. AtTue o
ed meeting Monday In the office of the *. *I.rgjowbsl,. '
governor, nearly all of the out-of- __
town members being present. The A .---- --
=ast Important announcement Bmade at *
0e eowr;uslon of the meeting was
that part of the appropriation of $30..*
a0O made by the legislature for the I O
purpose .of preparing a Georgia e-
ibit will be turned back Into the stat. A
traa The commssloO took t*steps
to makn omeadditiona to the arimi. B
tanu aad historical ebliMts at James- .-
tow. The general verdlet was tUa W P8tLmI -- ^
GOgft has the anet mleral exixblUbt /..

bat Pin ayere -md Poet Ras e.
tlm J. Kaver, e.4 a p hsm a "eUan e ea sresss .a-e Ba s e.ss bsb

dginS writes, Oct ST. 1GNI; and w ft. .....e **.* l me aeeed-.gp.
kg u_ >__-i ot eigt weeks to uese sMbe lli ;|r
t 'atmLakec s MAftlla -h- --

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LS <>W .M.As CIt 90@i ld F flFi U M

agt a the local optis uloetios is
Lowdes ostaty Moaday was a pretl.
btls ilandslme. with probaew three
votes to eMe fr the dry. t *h eO.
ela ftgves of the vote t8 ta d o ty
are a total of .s, for prebtloa
1,M, aglast problbtle 417. It is
That tbe aoase wil be
gives e e month li wbigh to eloe
out their stoet.
lo1 Aypprees LoaM.
Io dae IMes o,. Jan .-T-Ie m-
lae aaMber hasb approved he Oar.
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Il in Beastiful Pre.0 away. And at an enormous e the First Regiment Band of Floda will give three
0IeQ O 'ts daily ox oifi.til.9 the Great Auction.8ale at Colrk, the new elite evidence portion of Gaiesville,
iOe going to give etery a, woman aDd obild in ihi section ofthe country an opportunity to buy one of the finest lots
0 t elite res denoe section, r"eadlee.of price, for $10 dow and $10 rer month. With (he terms that you pet on this high-class
f Sf qughtto be a chqe mi fe-timeto make an investment that will double or treble on your money in 42 to 24 month&,tiire.
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IhivnSvIlo, Fla.

f This beautiful llUte city to located
In the owiter 9 the jaber, turpentine,
truck-growInlg a o4 spbate section
of wiregrass Plort. a, Its growth
In the past Ave yrs has bmen mar-
velous. Oalaseevo nevr been
on a boom. but has had a stedy, sub-
statial growth th Us oade It the
largest Interior cIty l ta &to, and
a the futureI better t te put
It will only be a ht lwor 4t
will rank amonu the laog*M tes In
the State. .."
Gni#esvlle hu three thalk line
I rilroads that go to maM It a u
tOw. and Is the highest o tt.

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the &IsIr~fty an whh web eState i
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that 4W The editor o hThe It Lato 10o0e
n*ot stan at a Democrat apgas to be a the wge
ssM . oaS't ** ,r ,* MiM b eo the- days
S*.. eridge W ltWosf d it and his tender ta have been
DA L seot as sp as the oari desalr, lately lacerated the ta eaent of
W.i t aItnnounces th q satatal eases" The Chicago Tiuna6 that "there Is
.. should be' r a&nhae and avoid pro. no Republiest p In any of the
TV. sY erA s ducing panic. Just b ie*at t is found so-called Southea States.* One can
?d Ma &y. dli,,ebft s r dmh 0 4 dtyi.or
e toanyp~ .~ necessary to revise ime eao4dalots- hardly blame The Olobe-Democrt tor
,orss$5ayesa.e' a months, Sass three ly oppapsite sohedl3Ls. The whole getting excited about it. oIr it l eo
ths:o so cents tl i significance of this sel-offeial state- evidently true that outside of the
Dct. meant Is that revisoa Is saceepted at Federal offloholoers there Is not
-eadin~got &1e aon*centsa a ine Oyster Bay as an inevitable' issue. much to be found of the Republican
fir insrtion.imand5ce3 p achsdditiotna Then comes Bourke CO4kran from. party in the South. For instannet at
rtio. Nebraska. where he has seen IMr. the caucuses In New Orleans lately
Ratest'ordisplay advtina deknownUo Bryan. He repeats what so many there were caly about 700 votes cast
location. who have seen Mr. Bryan lately know and there ale over 700 Republican
Tbe Twice--Week ua i eight-page, forty- to be true; that is. that he is & doubt officeholders.
lman paper. publobtsd ity ^day a Snd% whether he will be a candidate ...
,rbady. andate a a d1& ftbhe or not. He thinks it is too soonto It is said tbat the crops of oorn,
iled, posuae free, to r 'of the United decide. These two t orators, a., cotton, tobaa usetable. and truita
tesor Canada, for $j.oo7tar.-la advance. cording to the wapapers pent are very poor the South. But the
AU --advert --l -s their time in t about the plat- crop of dar hokban for the Demo-
All advertform. Cratic re Btlal nomination I
pulat.d isncontract. At jot k tous Finally, Norman Mack returnj flourishingg. O TlVreon, Hoke 8m ,
be required to pay fr adverttiSg in* ad from abroad to report of Belds and John W. banu John Sharp Williams,
Addro., tIK DA, t, individuals beyond, the pale of candi- Gov. Folk and others are all mention-
dacy, and says th ItJichard Croker ed as good Pted dentil timber. No.
"Cable disp tche oi the will return to the States, but only body doubts the soundness of their
Cable dlrihtehm as o toGe trya the to vote. The hope expressed by Mr. democracy or their qualifications for
nzar has introduce th erym der Mack that Mr. Hearst and Mr. Bryan the office. What it wanted, however,
nto Russian Polad. With the bless- will, for the party good, mawe up their is someone nothnated who can win.
gs of Amarican elvilsatltoo coming differences, has brought out the first f
o them at this rate, the Poles eed explicit statement concerngC the With the amOoucement that the
ot care whether they are ow to basis of the feud between eee two members of the late Russian Douma
igrate or not. gentlemen. None of H a'e fr"pds are going to the Hause to explain
The latest candidate for Preslden- whom the New York newspapm w It happened, the Peace Conference
I honors from the South is Gover- sought would speak for publfleation, may be expMted to beat a hurried call
or Beckham of Kentueky, who his but it learned that there s still to quarters a lmsnd below ftr col-
lends declare is one of the greatest a very pronounced Ill-feellng on the llslon mats ad fendeW. To,
iocratic leaden. He Is now by part of the Hearst people against Mr.' ,' To
e votes of the people nominated for an, and thereon e us KEEP YOUR HEAD UNCOVIREO.
united States Senator, but the Wat- Mr. Hearst, in 189 and IW1. per.
rson "dark horse" may be an ob- tonally through his newspapers, sup-
tacle in his path to bhiher honors. ported Mr. Bryan for the Presidency. T1he Costant wewlb f *.a Hat Prwo-
t t r In 1904 Mr. Bryan was not a candle. sates D 4drae Gernm.
Taking into oontsderataon the date for the Presidency, while Mr. There are any inn who wear their
gth of the drought, It is surprising Hearst was, and Mr. Hearst felt that bats pract.caily il the ume when awake.
observe the condtionu of cotton and he should have Mr. Bryan's support, and are blemed with a heavy shock of
rn in this section. The latter is I* Instead of requiting the political oy. bhair; et if the mIlps of thee same men
air condition where properly cultivat- alty of Mr. Hearst, Mr. Bryan went eute became nfted with dadruf
d on good so, wble cotton is in fine upon he platform and seconded the es. the paU te would multiply I a
tho quicker tor lack of air. BaUlnehs
ape. If too much rain does not pr nominate of former United states would ensue a the al result. New.
all between this and picking time Senator Cockrell of Missouri, who had bro's Herpilde kills then germ and
e growers in the Sea Island cotton no chance of being nominated. Some sttmulates unbithy hair to abundant
ofe theer H t p e wo we so growth. Herplclde st a pleasant haq ,6
It will make a fine crop. The truck of the Hearst people who wee se ring as well as a dandruff eur and r P
owners, though, have been heavy declared that Mr. Heanrst's trJnds rotais ot an atom of lajurious sub* BA
oer., thouh, h would do everything possible to de- ruat". Sold by tla4ing drune ot. $a
sers by the drought. fi Mr. Bryan for the nomifatim n t The
feat Mr. Bryan for the nomination ,l; Co.. DetotLt. A
There is really no excuse for people next ye, and that If they accomplisto le e a% $1.0
to leave Florida tos pend the summer. their purpose. Mr. Hearst would not
Beides the elegant seaside resorts run for President as the candidate J." LSe & Oof 0 l0f al Agents. tIo
n the Atlantic Coast, there e many of the National Independence League. at-
springs throughout the State' where Pecular sifideanee Is lent by
blood accommodations can be secured these statements, which are admitted.
at reasonable prices, and the waters ly inspired from Hearst sources, to MMun
from these springs possess wonderful Mr. Bryan't recent utterance concern-
curing properties. While many of our ing the Hearst Independent League, a
people go to other States for to the effect that "from a Socialltle
health during the summer, in many standpoint, there will be reason g
Instances people from those very enough for a third party; but that
Btat-s come to Florida for the same from a Democratic standpoint, a jB
thing. third party will be unnecessary. l ft
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The special edition of The Pernan. statesmanship which e ighteotn g
dina Record, of which John 0. Ia- -ravel Is supposed to produce, nor
Fontisee. one of'the bet awa ad the chastenlng effect of defeat
most thoroughly poled newspaper tUon, are aaat in this i
reached The Sn. The o- are JustiBed in wondering whether *.:
tains twenty-eight ages and is the promising p1aty outlOok is tobef
handsomely illustrated, makl g it very clouded by a perusesl rivalry, epetty*l
attractive. In his write-up of enough to do credit to a toWn meetig ,
d.i-,na Mr. Laonste t to ae nd Involving person" al ambti ao a d
cr'tuise, but arranged Insht l, 'home of the lgnoble res ults of this
ittrsebting man tfor which the t 1a, rrel, between the candidates may 5. 5eb. arme
'ri, r It noted. Itt pe arM well be seen in the recent expeour of c ...,.,
Ik l wth d.Ito55 pe wh re. M Mr. Bryan's undignifed method of E D I DI NM
e'idence of the mere.tebuS ka8te< round box OP UDes 5d pM'
b. ite a imueo ee rr d for ult erp t o
t r dinanib __ e *ntead havig a clerk or a seie 3 **
-ot tati, -While this and thber small Items -- I...I
rir ng a abort stay i UJv Oak -1 a i
lat t~uday the editor took oDeeas ? f Oimet fr Car tt
t -nk. a caual -eyq of th to.WL k Cftol- Merewy .y. e,

It 1 Undoubft dypw ailAs OMsuY* WUS frelydestry th
t"h In Pp~ultion an 55 Osy5Idie.
Sid nimaunatwtrtft feskm. iNowm"the wheleW'8vbemen6in
I;9 are xbg up in eeof", I treS S m mbse le
Saild subsmtantalg5 e% ohs'. idm mb mdss
A lt the people have smidem poibe enp~hpyi
'Utursof thew.&ft is mca c. tim oow Iwwo4Is
4!-',!-mt of e"atie w" &a ca~ w*
i f.dingbeg rmS blb dwWOwwI'. J. cbmw
Of ft o lmeW"ghsfthe&..hOs S I
fitreet. Theee r-w h adi soft
ague to V11, 1 inIL
e ft e g o l b w t h e m
49g, to be Nouso'.

fttoowu skbw
!Ofmo e
*moor owl ..X-


A Sure Cure I
,ConWrae Musles amm Bac.
AN ANTI 0t that tops Irritation, subdues
S PKMNIRATS the Porse, looeens the Fibrous *
pBmotee a free circulation of the Blood, giving the
trtl elasticity .
)BHmXLXe eras|e ft.J. I
letIra I *lte reti but I

U M819 s50o AND $1.00

r Silent Co

WObD All~ ,_R--WL~~ W

lJamestown Exositio0
t '

*, a
The Atlantic Coast Line Railway

People all over Florida: see.the Atlantic ooast _I
'urple*Jolder" for schedules to the Jamestown Exp
Ion. Two daily trains 0aoh way with through 1
in Buffet 81eeping Cars.
Season sixty days and fifteen day~lilmit ex
keta on tale daily from April 19th tb Novemter
low rates.
Coach excursions at very low rates.
For further information see your nearest railrog
ent or writs

trlet Pmeanjr Aaet, AtINIW.CMLIUas, JioksOevi ,


Air Line Railway


r .

Two UBgaat Trins Daily:'

Modern Pullman Equipment

The Jamestown Expostlon

Norfolk, Va.


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o.eI '. > .

of A-,, A.

.ninei ) o dre sha

6' tO lf'Ole, corpQa.ic ,.ec ift ouidet And
at !MMUtjin to ll V i.f iasolth infapoow
M i ovb"a byiaNw ,bs allyo.w

Bjf mho i -jUir' time o me
t .Hbe 1 i l 4) nor more n
off w ,,uhMidh

lhi W ty BBHLSspuntg oroard .ay *b rPf emoved a lay timer
ll ,o e dwrt n the dlln of id bd of dli

b e biep rid t shll be olecied by tbe

coxin tovlollded Sat tei h annual inoetlg.
Should ion s l held on th secd T uey
Itof Otby d'bWOanches or dat f mng man tbm

t eit? Or town in this chged 'by the by-aws. Tal e stoa k.
;.thall te n urysec
stldts d i preotdrr aud

S tit s 9 f a banking day 11siaary, at I. 1908, at the
of a ago of thi or pora iot o e-

P19W u stlo o l o 0a da bed a e tn, ah th
"ls Meetingshall bl wing first a me
f o d t a i of th corporation. h a n

tMeneyo bondsa, wilsndes, Uni the oeo emt te( orat
bela a abe ana ad aer We u e

Srer(o toft o oe t le of officer

Stama l o0 eta dPpo epoet a and
B a.b, roct rc o o i mbet hich
the wOho owewrt'

i, copoli ra o _may dtrmie meet ill be fl aua met
i teil of ll pprov, in, t ofa the torpioe.
onme. .b Secre tar 'ad ashtime, bt D.ime

H b v prnin M.tHt thal elected t the al
pp1o intune jt r*.a c.ualshertad

iod LTheatau e f.of. orporantso W.h
stha totc'brob er, o ondhalltd .nt the oLowni Tmed,
11ipierrs o tW t. or reppeeeesidebnt Id .
r* ,etS tSta ied oadtponi end a l*a !Pry o- inm o ear he
oll el. Pot& and lese o Vteesreld mat-.y be
| .d orporeotl may determine Broomaeeg te l o. e s
or44 y e on oe ary e, a mo ed.e n, Ee t imthe

dn" I r a said, ourne y md o rfai nb, i"e
S'ela t e naes. oar, iaew l a. ot.e, 0 eidn a e. 8d

L aWS. teone t i dee o sal m of th a urh e.
soy11teUT tee ieasTo ao bth the isofomay.

ML #o ai .d i tor oa o dehn ge se o nr rfs nedaw
opn ora n th afoleet b m they byawst ho- moeeIt.o

i4 hae.S 4F tols1 holnt ,lmet, the the s ellcondToy*
sIa e.s' o *abn ig y J."abua At . . '. 0 t thIo
i o perso a r m rOen i the omf th ney poprationi t arse
I or, m orr A w ., T oon.. ie nlbthea oriiei i eot ane r it to hatn
ss tage sl .abt. so U briopt ed byme ib already b

ael Se SC, ori or c one he .te. eru _ls: a_
i t Mrfu, any st w s n iW en. omat, a masis, Fir
"a,; 2tlee, naoe.o az ReO s ImOt ihes Palt t a ulmeet.
i ta o rothei obiM andons ri po IngB W. oC t *heico -lo.tdao
S eoay o other my t erin e oleo ltthe lr Dt
t atead.om i.li tio s and t ay o a ee
5 ormpr!aw~es or hps. Pint *est entCofWCase.of
-maide, durta maydeter minea *e *. o pp
.ea wbtft =' Usese: s eVIThnot aser, ofEbtsD

tau er of be poretd oe r an Tbecrib by L b an d aJ.G.
et b leaa r9*ror % tonvee as amohst loao

11 ore safultoi, i *ar.aeek .a. v'^r- wuw bl a w<^o nrda
Pro n Mon e eotitaith orletd
t4 the"m-ett, t of a bd e oe am oat -_
L pe u or other e. -&.b l Brot mex Otfietor r f i 9wda

all th*e hts, pdvalesILW. DattaGa
oe oewnehip ther faiso .Ies t h

o in -ebya tl qI)
n i or oun it tot
ay p ci l byn

b m agmi m b

ltow t se t a V W

d. " ry d ad ", ",';^^',"
- i orpot the ,-
o h State of of
~h o y the following shall
T itle give pursuot to the

16, the State o, ,a . ,
aad are gifen ow u-in

Artle 1.-3hoe name of the crpora t peaitelhnt i r h
_t aall be MaUdox zPoda and vrtiag~t. k i tbi a owle
MOahtpe po"paIy, and It pra ,,al p1bUbl oa ti 0 I.p* ., w
plae of business shall be n Archer, pbhonmeoa c 4eei we
Alaah co'ommty,.Florida, and fit -' fame aod fortale, 4 dl at
aofttoee,orks atd q*kas 'wait tor the pe to ie ea
at other plaes within the State of lowly amd gmradvia, tMhe W
FlMw r1o6W6ida. |O taL
Article 1.-The general 'nature of .
the business or busimne*e toi a
be' egaged in and transacted by mid tematIo ev e et
eOmpany sball be the m ilua w., a at tMe
buying eling of machinery and re t. a '
applianes; operate founderles, buy- 14 ws ps .ff
ing and selling all kinds of Iroe, brass, s io Pamsito Mae fir
steel nd other metals; act as agent auit hisbe aaewtsk
or representative of any proo or ,
corporatIton in the purchase aad eaile Proi of end .f the county i
4 -machinery and applillace; aad the other the Oamea tf De9ser
thls rporation shal hat power hI *od a L r wore e
g4 rally to do, perform, hae, hold, Mir to e people by
acquire and enjoy all other property, pOetlfo
powers and things as shall te inci. Co- pblsbab eJi t
dent, necessary or expedlet for the' 3 ~1a t the r f
conducting the operation of tkh4 iusI-i o r tti prophesied bnkruptey
neu, and generally be veted' with. ad rti for this I oeeaVationld
and have all the powers granted, or' R YMvtor, sbut Boonsw kept e'
which may be hereafter granted, to speOadlg a laris te of hst
corporationa under the Laws of the, Cept toi buyingl pubiity, aG
State of Fiorida. those reat Increaed
Article 3.-The amount of the capi stUWy ol bt. t
tal stock of sald company shadl be l
Twenty-five Thousand Dollars divkred way brought t more dol .
into two hundred and fifty shares til rakers were contoo ded
each of the par. value of Ois e Hun- nd peshme t In this ipartlenlar
dred Dollars, to be paid in as follows: braneb o fbinessilenced by
Twelve thousand dollars in .operty h slll ome Dne sat e as
at a just valuation to be fixed by the ;.Thel hI one thati 8as well
directors of qaid company at a meet- orth eding tay as it wa
forty ydr n o.*-b p'illdeipbli
ing to be called for that purpose, five Bulletin.
hundred dollars in cash, aad the bal-1 B allet
ance to remain, n the treasury to be il.l i11 1I !
disposed of in such manner as the ,ua ge i *e.* IsM tt ,apeW
directors may determine. Is o *f Io e l es Lvet-
Article #.-The tem for which this O WN0'8an" lar a a
corporation is to exutt Is ninty-nine '
years. .
Artle 5.-The business of this
corporation shall be conducted by a Notice of Appllat for Tax Deed
president, a vice-president, a secret. Under Peetlen I of Chapter 468W,
tary, a trnaiurer and a board of three Laws of Florida.
directors-the office of secretam,and Notice il hereby given that J. D;
treaurer may be held by the Phillips, purchaser of tax certificate
ame person. The board of directors No. 60, dated the 3rd day of July, A.
shall be elected by the stockholders D. 1899, has filed -aid certificate in
at a meeting to be held on the lat my offi, and has made application
Monday in September 1907, and sa- for tax deed to issue n accordance
nually thereafter. The board of di- with law. Said certificate embraMe
rectors shall elect the officers of the the following described property situ.
company-the president and vice-prei- a ted iTAlachua county, Floitda, towit:
dent shall be elected from among 8 % of Ne %, Sec. 84, *p. 8, R 16-
the board of directors. g acres.
Until the frat election, and atWU The said land being assessed at the
their mwooa on shall be qualified, the date of the insane of uch certicat
folollow lina ai directors shall to the name of I. A. Irey.
conduct the b stness of the company: Unless said certoicate sall he re-
H. Maddo;, president; C. C. Voyle, deemed according to law, tha deed
vice-preaMit, and 3. E. Voyle, C will Is lsue thereon p the 9 ditt of
rotary and treasure, and H. Maddop, July, A. D. 1907.
0. 0. Voyle and Voyle shall Witness my official tgature and
constitute the flrst board of directors. mial this the 7th day of June, A. D.
Article 6.-The highest Indebtedness 1907. 8. H. WING S,
or liability which thli'corporatipn can CWk Circuit Court. Alachu a -
at any time subject Itself Is Twenty. ty, d ]
Plive Thousand Dollanr. By M. 8. 08VEM. .
Article 7.-The same. and resl. .
leoes of the Incorporators of said |
orpatiwUon and the subsrlbers for IIII .
he stook thereof with Vhe number of
hare subscribed for by each are as *60,i400 Nr s i
L Maddox. Archer. Florida. 110 5 l eo, plo soeeS
h~ares. g alw 30 Mw mills, 571,000 XX>
C. C. Voyle, Oatlaee, Florida, 10 fou- fr ms api S q,
A- aeg em, poaoes, riae, luu

AL Beas- O-th "-heop, Pare
I -s.*Wa all kimnd os iift




.,W owv button & Co.'
Pho nev80, Gaineville.



OCSe ever Mareo Endel's. Pbhore -

D&. RO2t. 0. BOWERS,
SOle i Miller Law Exchange,

d(e'Phone No. 265; ResideneeNo,.



Off ee In Hiymans Block,

* F0ios,.

O5 sell you. 3ity property, (iv
pred &ad unimproved), phosphwa
truokiug and farming lands. Sead his
a list of what you offer for sale, 214k1
And Solicitor in Equity
Re' Estate, Conveyancing andi
oral Praotkee. All business prom
etteoded to. Office next door to i

RonM dTrip Rates


Atlantic Coast
"I I

Line RailwaI


Jauto0n ExpOSil

14 O5-oweh EzxcursioDlo0
l ,U toll; on sale cCh TV*
|ly I$tit Sen days. No ,top.
$2 C55-,Fiften-daytit o0
SU-In0lasleeper. top.ower"
IOwod with limit of ticket.
M7 -Sfity-day ticket, G
S27,U i leeoers. S4oP*
allowed witlnt limit.
) -S7C--on ticket .G0
S3l 3 s lepers.: Stop O."ore
owed tlthi limit, Dee, 15th.
l __ th to July 1l1h.
$72,6.5,a, o,,
Bpt. ltbh. Direrse route
ilowed wstor Meemptis or Ct
$80.15 island, O
h g |lM .. ** **-P*. .

em ew, Col. ..... ......

l* lo. ,.

Mto. ... *****

Ir w ar s N o w .
11,1111 Now ofw -
^alaattf f^ "id


N. 'l
)Iicon, Of.. *Jil
',ing the madtca a
.s supreme me fletf a.

*.Iern railway Ieta. 'i erto
a a decision 1 th* Unite stiat
cult court of appeala, 8 well Ua
ct in the supren t corift. adng
mde speer'a own dec*lit. *
T case oe Is one of the m Wpr-
t coming out of the enirtir R th
, any months. Thrs dwtmenIS the
itantage of the .q5 aleyt .ilAf
Slaw and i taSd,&IOK bofoft
SInterstat c.ai %~O la.I
a long dey r t be p6.-
Snot satisfied Uwith, 0 p0'*Medhre
the carrier my MW W bls' 41aot-
ctly into the United4 it& court
r complaint. It t = wl it was
ne and Judge speor bUdld the Mbe-
fint. The other eoeWor followed
I. t means a refund to the
rber producers tof more than af
Lion dollar.
standing Master J. N. Talley, pt
e nlted States court here, was
ry placed In charge of the duty of
termlnng what amhantas nhMld be
indeed, and now that the last fight
Seen made and the courts oave
reached their coiluulon, hbe will
ter upon this task. t will be a
y huge taak. Statements of ac-
rnts will be had from nearly every
e in the sth handhlig the lumber
fri ght since the ease was filed
re than five yeeia ago.
ilr:ads Repreeented In Full Force
at. Aheville.
'ashington, D. C.. June h.--The
lirtads are going to be represented
fill force at Ashefllle Wed ieqday,
ii Judge Pritchard, of the United
tes circuit court, takes under coa-
i reason the Injunction proceedings
the restraint of the North Caro-
a icglslature and the Virginia cor-
rition commission In ordering In
tC redIced passenger fares.
rie Southern rallwTy, especially,
: .ve a big array of legal and off-
. talent at the Asheville hearing.
F,,: teen different states have taken
:'!,n cookingg to the reduction of pas-'
iger fares, and the outcome of
proceedings at Aaheilln this week
e a national alnlf ce. What.
r the result of the bearing before
-ge Pritchard, the North Oa.o-
a and Virginia casae will be The
it appealed to the saupwme court
the U'nlted State which Ia the
hrirlty that will finally decide the
,'itutIonality of the rate reduction
. of the various states.
yo He Did Not Mean Dilcourtesy
to Citizens of 'Frise.
F.r Francisco, June 6.--General
:on. whoe letter to e urthe of
.o committee, reftulag to parade
Sr. 'ilar troops es hi com-
a,! because he feared trouble at
:.1td. of the "unwhlpped mob," In
'1 Finrlscio. has led to con.ider-
, ,imnient and ritlicam, (rave
a sta'enient TuiJuay in which
0n'1l hn mmant no diacourtey to
* peop'p of San 'raawoeo.-ad that
'I' r'fer~nee to the "unwhipped
"Le did not mean the labor
r.,r the nue now involved in
:; .-,ir'rd that he bad roelvrd
i!" r or threatening letters, Ope'
.. aiI he would meet the fate
',,* ,nt,.rz if he dared to parade
* ,, '.n the streets of Baa Fran-

r*ce Divorged, Thrle Wedded.
r- Ohio, uae N.--. R.
-o' n of the late M. A. HaeaS.
"' i .Vonday to Mrs. Mary Stu-
S '., reileace of the brides
1 East lgihty-Second street
The ceremoosy was per-
a' justice of the peece. The
e' -s were the bride's moth-
Sor two otheropereoas. Mr.
S on married Lwie before.
having betn obtained by
is, former wives, Mrs.
I'tan s, the eco:id'wife.
**-d a divorce lat PFriday.
Ss the dtvorce&L wife of
K .,Iy. a hotel elefk.

KV set Addroesa Sallers.
.4 -WHea the Kalaer
Japanew crtMer TPll-
('.'e d4atewineg.. att
't e rr4 the crew t the
S. 'oh that the JaMpanesm
a .-i wUl always yr
c 6.:,4 tr"*ags ROE
**' tsir essa es aS.
b y Lide oe the



Ith Low Chosen President.
New York, June 2t;.--Seth Low,
educator and former mayor of Great-
er New.York, has been elected pres-
idealoof the board of trustees of B.
T. Washlngton's Tuskegee Insatute.
Mr. Lowe, who nas accepted the po-
ittlon, "only for the time being,"
bt says, succeeds Robert C. Ogden,
who resign-d recently because of ill-
Appointed as Assistant.
BirrInxlian:, A.l., June 26-Ed-
gar T. Wllecox. divi.Ion freight agent
of The St. Louis and San Prancloco
.railroad, In B!-inwigham, bas been
appointed aest-tant general freight
agent of the L-anie road, with head-
quarters at Memiphis, Tenn., the ap-
polntmont beco:.:.ng effective July 1.

New Bank Is Chartered.
Atlanta, June 2G.-The Citizen's
bank of P.laikl. Bulloch county, was
granted a charter by Secretary of
State Philip Coouk on Monday. he
capital stock of the new bank is $25,-
000, and the Incorporators are H. L.
Franklin, .1. ID. Brannen, W. L.
street and J. Z. Patrick.


Dears the '
ugnature of Cab274<'

Boiler Explodes;'One Man KII!od.
Nashville, Tenn., June 26.-A
Dresden, Tenn., d!vkatch says the
boiler of Volano's saw mill. 5 miller
north of that place, exploded: Monday.
Instantly killing Charles Brooks and
seriously injuring three other men.'
The mill was a uarge one, and was
oom oetely' demolished.

Golf Interests King Alfonso.
Madrid, Spain, Juue 26.-King Al.
fonto Is taking the greatest interest
In golf during his sojourn at LaGran-
Ja. He has given two sets of club-
to the cadets of the military college
so that they may learn the game.

fe" t suffering is the lot of all women, who negect the health of their wo-
manly organs. No reason to do so, any more than to nIect a sore throat,
colic, or any other disease, that the right kind of medicine willlcure. Take

wine ofCardui
for all y'Wr womanly Ills. It can never do harm, and Is certain to do good.
Mm. Soe H. Blair, of Johnmon City. Tenn., write "I had suffered from womanly Itbes for six-
teen mweai nd bad tow doctors but they could not help me. aWtil I began to take Wi.0 of CarduL
Now It bt sa aomt wedl." At all reliable drugglt, In$1 t.00 botue. Try It.
WrrfifJK Ar *oTFD GeAK-W 0Bkf may-Nit
WRIM~~w .1LIlgMva -rtaMr*M tmt*g aft'so f MwiN be1 ant1 to ArLwsveg=

Child Meets Awful Death.
Colum;'u. Ga., June '26.-The I-
months-old chil of Dr. T. B. Grif-
fin lost its ife ta a. terrible manner
and under very pathetic circumstance
Saturday in front of his residence at
Edison, Calhou, county Georgia.
The doctor drove up and left his horse
and bn7\7y .a tke street for a moment
while he went in the house. On the
sidowalk nearby his little girl was
rolling his child In a carriage and
the horse became frightened amni ran
away, knocking over the carriage nd
dashing t'ie child's brains out with
his hoof. ___. -__ _
3,500 Yards igtbboq for Badges.
Washington, June G6.-No less than
8,500 yards of ribbon will be required
to furnish the material for the vari-
ous badg.s and ( a hblems authorized
to be iss"t. by the war department
some time ago.. These badges are
for service in the Spanish war, the
Filipino Iniiramction, the Chinese ex-
pedition, t;(, civil war and the Indian
wars as wrll, as for the certificate of
merit and the ebigresional medal.

l hcuna COMi Abstract Co.

Perrr M. Colson. Pre: 3. W BIea4la. Vice
Pres.: B. .L Seiam. e.-Treas.
We do an ezeloeove Abstract bus'*
ness. with facilities for uinpartinl Fui
Information 0tnwfains the THis of
any and all land In Alabna-euont.
All buelness trUagste promost9
i i i i i i I I i



Retailen ad Jobben a

Staple and Fancy Groceries,
t Iraul, Garden SWd and Fertilizer,
Bighess market prioe paid for 0oblaeke. &as and other Prkdoue.
A rplee stoek of Hay, 0orn. OF lor, bra Meal, cotton bed M -" "and Re. We hadle onr the VERY BEST Noods at the LOW.
1 PRrOKS. ant goarmntee atlsfamtoin lwa.t

IZa.OzXpOrbtfdl) -
Abstraee- of Title oad fall Iafomatlon furnished re rding ISud iS tsS,
wsotty Oar 0 aser abu lived In this oontrshirt y l an s
tI thw ghly sonaversant with lan titles.

MU E iV Orn J ., E .
FIRB. AOOIDiM BU lu zt It R1#ftkMNITY IICRA.NO. *eaes'
asna nk *sumber of promin etan and Englisah bcompale
G attiuie 1 0 .o8a

Sohedole Efeetiv Aprn SO 190IBM.
I" I*' 11* ^ *j. . -. ,-

No. I


It You. Will write me I will cululi# AICS

answer, without charge, any questions
you may ask reard ag patents.

Highest Bank and Professolenal Mef

Patent Attornqy,
Bend Building. WashaMet, C.

- The elfMite of fit oEt Coast of FlIori
is meawr pw 1 thc M that of my
other pasee & 4 4 k


boomus uemmSmdVqpIs Pawsit'in #NOWYvowwi
bniu m too", ol U WIYosal Bou ft
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ItvAFA M -d

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At 0it14 owU p b...I, r 14t m II A.4t111
low4 0 Lv 4 10 A r 8 $0 ~ At 4
4 KA AreS MaJwi*cUea.......' s& 4 10
At 6 1 Atl 11 ~rP~ ........ L'5)li
IAr5I 63)ArC s HM, n pulng.0 a- 1., Ito ILv 5I Lto

Cooov~je md ci 0atDowlilngPark for all trains to s&,'4lfromn 1.110 6OaidemSPerry. admw '
isoM eSd Use Juse0tio (f MaNOV. A ltA sVfoORI lairN.Oiu01tte liOWb
Pot ttoute mato ommheefous wi other lines. *ihto o r call om flemral PamI1114
=5MSpwaY(.rvsse R P NO PICINS. Gapesraj PP"aloeegr At%"g
Live oisu. SPwalm



Jeckinonyllle and Now York., 1
0alling9aa$ONAILTOV. P, C.. both ways.
f" FIat useMmwo InBathm 1W &mksnl
Clyde New ngoland and Sou thern
yffigbt ev~sso U 1401505VILLS, BOSTON aWW
PROTaid AUl Easier. s l.
s0zGas we*#u r h IVero.

BJEMI W3X&I S bbsr 93A r Lirn

S~~gas Vlalksb, AMtee, 5gestmud(DALad), &and aueleId
a. Jeba. River.
to appointed to sall W se4weaLeave Jersmo~.vills, to smb. T~ner"O 4 .
Ws4*4esdea s sod IVr A % 1, fItIS. I

1:01p ....... Alstor.. ........ p
Arriv e 8.Aefr *.... ......#.0.60.

ANIM?"IKR jAND ?iT (I3T 0110. ij". SATr JA ,1&KSIfVILL
F.MU.- mumema.i. x, A.@.0. I 4 Jesbmvft. Fit.
:eambameeT F.VA 'A. 0, UAeJm, 0. P A,.
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bat Has Happened and What is OGoi
to Happen Told In Short Paragrap
So That "He Who RuMs May RIse
it in The Sun.
Old papers for sale at this office.
Ladles' calling cards nu latest styl
st Sun office.
Fay-Sholes typwritr for pile. A,
ply Sun office.
Blank leases for sale at this offlc
Price $2 per hundred. i
Furnished rooms to rent Appi
-,6 North Pleamant street.
.i. E. Wood of Levyville is I4' th
city on a visit to relatives.
w'. B. Crown of Rocky Point wa
trading in the city yesterday/
Attorney W. B." Baker has ,one t
Lochloosa on profe sslJ, byilnees.
For the bet printed at ery a
lowest prices call at The San office.
Boarders wanted at Mrs. J. T. Har
ris, S. Garden St. Rates reasonable
Dr. J. M. Boring of Wqldo was tran
acting business In this city yesterday
Deputy Sheriff I. T. Walker mad
In official visit to High Springs yea
J. C. Harris, a successful plante
of the LaCrosse election, was trading
In the city yesterday.
Solomon Warren has returned fror
pleasant viidt to relatives an
friends in Jacksonville.
The best typewriter ribbon on th
market for sale at this office at 7
cents each. Guaranteed.
W. It. Hannah of West Virginia ha
arrived in the city on an. Important
Iission. He will be here for twi
or three days.
F. P. Henderson of Arno, one o
the leading hortiulturists of tha
sectijii. was transacting business i
thIs city yesterday.
A. Long, Sr., and son were In the
city from Bronson Ybsterday, having
come on business connected with the
:liiird States land office.
Marcus Endel, for many years a
clti~zn and business man of this city
but now making his headquarters in
.1 k-onvlile, spent yesterday with
fri-nrds here.
Captain H. C. Parter, the merchant
C: l.aCroise and one of the most
willy known citizens of his section
of Vt14 county, was a business visitor
to tlis city yesterday.
: C'. Chitty of Micanopy, one o
th.' ld',est and most widely knows
Ir nts of that section, spent yes
t1''1i' in this city on a combined
lumiii.ss and pleasure trip.
,r s.;le-One pair of fine mulel
>:.. ,gon and harness; guaranteed
SI. first class. For farther part
"'ir< apply to J. R. Banche.s, 404
1' ,1 Ntr.et, Galnesxille. ia.
'* c'. Clark, representing thi
I, :r,, Trunk and Bag Company
' i.r ~nd. Va., has returned from
a to Alacbua. High Spriti
, *"',r Ipo)ints. He reports a fini
S that section Tuesday, which
, i:,..d refreshlag.
l' Holmes and Mrs. Marth
1 ; Palatka are tn the city
r .. o' Mrs. H. A. Pord, Ba
S.treet. These ladles ar
S il." most prainmeut to bI
t the society ot Palatka. an<

'l friends who admlireSthem


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D AT cA Tr CD ~T. H. Catabid W. ). Campbell,
i5L L SVU&T lES two well-ka eie of Almahual
were in the ut~j. terd y. Both ar
Th I 'Ith Cnfed:r'at'e 1tWI and they were
I L t here In rega n preparIt penlo
at t papers. '
a Tam A true lea~ er Many house. -Q Joys to COw
Is j alm tW OnI keepers know Wbat a trse lemon ex-
Located lPo Pod Pradut Bailding at en. tract is heo tey try the Blue Rib- Btt~ Coca-Cola has this adva
Strange to orltural ort. bon brand. It las none of the rank, dIrawn from a fountain-the eve
a Wehave provided a spedou est Room bitter taste of .oW-grade adulterated absolutely right Where eve
Sdpeotally o Ur oontenence, where you lemon extracts. automatically m wured out, the
ryeadyu rwor tleane by a clerk. I
-- o.et. wr0it l.,tc ad o F. C. Hall of white spring, the fa or areless n s b a clerk.
Ou menrtae i w be gladto serv clever travelig representat e of strearth without loss or Ianry. There are m
yon with JELL-O, the dainty domert, and Chas. Marks & ( o., wholesale hats Insist on Crown Label andM sm to
Ie IosreasL made from zmu0 10 CREAM was in the ofty for a short time yes- rO Y U
Powder, free, and explain how easly they tea. Mr. Hall was for manyOOK o YOU D
en be prepared for the table. terday. Mr. Hall was for many years
p The .isa Pure Food Co., Le Ro, Y. a resident here, and has many friends
1 ,, ,, ___ in this city.
. William Adamson has accepted a FOURTH OP JULY-Seaboard Air Galneoville ILodre No.
poaltion as soda water dispenser Line railway will ell tlokets at rat 900, B P.O. E.-Meets
ly with Phillp Miller. of one and oae.thlrd straight fare tonight at 8.0 o'elook
H. McL. Grady of High Springs for the rounal trip between all pots In Elks' Honie. Vit. T U
e was among those who spent yesterday with a mtlulum rate of fifty e at. Jn brothers sodially cr
in this city on business. Tlckefs on sae July nd, 3rd "ad relenmod H 8. Cavas,
Is E. D. Stanford, special agent of 4th, gool retiring on or before July B R.: Da. J. M Dta. JR.. Srretary.
the United States land office, has gone 8th '
o to Miami and other points on the Fast The harnessa factory of W. R. 'AN KNJOYABLE IVINT.
Coast on business. Thomas, which has been located on ,
t Mrs. ancy A. Turner of Bronson West Liberty street, between West Ladle' Aid Soolety of Advent Chris- Beginning
was in the city yesterday. Mrs. Tur- Main and Garde, south side. Is be- ti n Church Intertain. our somm.r
nor came to make an entry in the lng moved to thd Thomas stables, The Ladies' Aid Society of the See- meali-and 4
. United States land office. where a commodious room has b on d Advent church gave an Iee cream If fli-uelans
Mrs. W. C. Hague, son, DeWitt and provided. It is understood that supper at the home of Mrs. 0. -B. large eletrik
- tereti little daughter, Fanny Dell store just vacated by the harness Bailey, North Gainesville, Tuesday
. interesting little among those who paDell factory will be occupied by Robt. evelna. It was well attended and COLD DR
of e a vst ye who pterday. id McClellan. the ladles did well. I
Galnesville a visit yesterday. We expect to move within the next An InateresaUting feature of the even- Coffee t1
SMr. and Mrs. E. Price have re- ten days to our new home in the ltg was the program, which was ala ficue oi
turned from Connecticut, where they Orafo block, and all crockery ar sport
rhave beends f or th e past few monmethsem china will be put right down at cost. Solo, "Sing Me to Sleep"-Mrs.
Friend are glad to welcome them All heavy goods, like orn, oats and Brooks.
S D. C. Chapman, representing The hay, cotton seed meal, salt in Reltation, "Uncle Remus and the
SJ cnvl nero esin The 100-pound sacks and such like, will Tel6phon'e-Miss Mary Baird.
Jacksonville Metropolis, is in the cit be sold at a, price to suit the trade. Reeltattoii, "My First Courtshlp,,- Iss
in thenterest oa f that paper. He tome early and get your choice. Mr. Turner.
e made The Sun a fraternal call ye- Saunders & irle. Duet, Mrs. Bennett and M1s lera
Albert N. Eddins of New York, rep- Mr. T. R. Pickett of Newberry Bennett. II
Sresenting the Robert Graves Company, passed through the city yesterday on Recitatio-MissGc o -.
s resenting the Robert Graves Company, i Recitation, "The Last Hymn"-Mrs. 641001m,
kt wall papers, will be in Gainesville route to TalUahassee, where he will waele M. Walk*
o about the 28th Inst. with a full line rema p business for a few da. a tetM. Walk e sBrookrsBen-' ud Pitt
of wall papers. Anyone desiring same Mr. ickett purchased four lots uatt andt MssLera Bennettrook
ff telephone 14-2.. College Park some tim* ago directly nett and Mis Jars Bennett.
Stelephone14-2.across the avenue from the niver- Recitation. "*Te Time Honey Got
t Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Duke and Mrs. sit athletic rond, and planning Lot"-MI Mary Baird. 'iI u
Duke's mother, Mrs. J. A. Crosby, left ndomehoe. The Recitation. "When I Was a School.
yesterday for Dunnellon, where they house whhhe expects to erect bo der James Lee.
e will remain for a few days. Mrs, will be similar to these which Mr. Recitation, "Lady Vere do Vere"-
g Crosby is a resident .of Dunnellon, and Gracy built near the same locality Miss lana Baird. 2001
t is returning from a visit to her some time ago Music.
daughter here. After this game were played., c AIDS
L The annual W. C. T. U. picnic will cream and cake were served. and at .....
y take place this tear as usual in the a late hour all went home, having AMd hseeea
n town park at Williston on July 4. sp A AT ent a most enjoyable evening. and o rV
h Rev. W. A. Myres, a brilliant speaker [ | the ladies of the society having
from Kissimmee, will be the orator I reallsed quite a nice sum, which goes, IT' I
t of the day, and everybody Is invited to the benefit of the church. It
t to attend the picnie and hear him. o abie.s
n G. D. Folks and family have re- Chapest Store on Earth. Just Rceilved-lrge line nloe mid. e *
r turned from Levyville, where they su" millinery, something swell. KBYr1
have been recuperating for the past I wired an order a woeo ago for the p N 1.L
two or three weeks. Mr. Folks will latest, and received by express direct aM
resume his duties as salesman at from the Northern markets Monday tj
s the store of Saunders & Earle, re- one of te finest and mot uptodt ILL
- living Mr. Earle on his annual vs- .O tinlAO lines ever seen in Florida, far Ia ad.
cation vance of others. Newest things I
Frank Hale, representing the South-ha.bo, w ,_*s d-
Sera Guaranty Company of Louisville, I n.. t goodsar
d Ky., has returned from an- eeded gshon now, but Wsedmesay aM j
- trip through West Florida. Mr. Hale Thursday will show big igs oat ~
4 has also visited Loulsville recently In the latest mild-samer styles. The
where he had the pleasure of beom We have just re ived a d splay Mr. T M
e int pt'rsonally aequalnted with the d pI p
y officers of the company. nice shipnient of choice Aumtin MilIi.. after a pleasat
Scaptain J. A. Rosborouth of Wind. patterns. Prices strictly ;l^t to his ;.rent. Mr. ami Mr.
s mar was among those who favored PhliptMiller, irt tarcity, espeaet, to IO
Sthe county capital with a call yst1i ake dpature today fo Sew.
day. Captain Rosborough is a former e.. ToU.. here he will s hI
representative of his county h studies at the Unilversity at IowaOses.
eprHs e of theis lur an Miller ise quite pops "a '

t Tid and elsewhere where be ais Bs t l w
Known. Are mtch cooler In tB Thre wilhe b.' a mt.ing ?o --o
Rehklsh Idg,' No. 3. I. 0 r.,
S Mrs. Geo. B. Clark, daughter. Miss oer than wood oeMs. a he ids. r.-o. orer Dete'v as k. PUa
I zia ('lark, and granddaughter, lit.
e M liL a Clark. expt to rake We hfv( a magnllfent ytonllt at ~ ,clk, at wi o thr. N
thelr departure today for Virginia .. lin nd nOW IS agod Rehdkabs re, qu std to be pro-

, heyre wiy Wlu speOI Wne."ursti. tle to purchase. out, and vi.lting mens .m i re. or
SThey will be a mpad as far as d are ly I att
Jackemmville by Jese C Clark.- d' aecrilU-- -
riends .l.h them a plesasnt anid Col and Mrs. M. Rivers antid
bealShoe Shoes"ujor."I"e"i sO"
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ke. for many Achildren lhave retaredfrom oeSantai
Years resi.enta o Melsory but now r Fre where they have bese to ahteald tN ls
year recent of Mtnoy butwthe annual reunln a tih Futrh a. i
residing n Maeo. .. were the Out Shoe Department r i Thbr. waI a a g l at erit.s .ad SPM*Ift*
city for a abort time esterdsa.v. They Aas usual the m ti s a mt
we ea teconta rosomemieodtopywhmd Some I p
they bave. be a a brief visit. They (or p Women ad p
awmi groOW ew. RpM Chhlm.' Try u for Tbee An Few
trst tok Tvhths. yoear aext pair. We sel Pole s wI s *
of m w ISOOW.ma. .e. do m i
Miss Mani WUs of w lcox Sbm that wear T.W lver Is a haaerea wIs
Pawed throM *e dy eteray on b the 690. T. C. 6%ty tLA Se K
remt to Oeas wW sh will speed Tmde with aa d be ts, wt. V. C. T~, I .
p.aie trs hea elt yssotdgetyfa lel .r vSs vear e* !us BAR *
ae woo" as mW aMy w__ -th f riens. & a Und. I w1 s s

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tApril lot we will 01%.9
rrat@ of $4 por wecku4M-
44 tradingtiekest. 801100
is In every felpeOS.,
tans. nsa ring eaaloe%
Ue bes. Envey thisg
amo sookod to order

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oiw &Imat &I ie their retutlu sa Padr@
..thas doubled th retrunh oithe West"
SqOaLera Unlon Telegraph MtPUY.*
Sfbe others railway, whlekimade
Pu. S .im~m U.S mPARISM a $kW. return of Its p pr.irt7w..2-Gor-
114,884,928, WA waS asss
the comptrollerr general at $26,500,000,
n i.An Irease of nearly $1,000-000.
tt: "oIme Southern ha. already noticed the
OIsiw.ll. A w fti i1ab 1 4 ovil mptroller general that It could
'" tand 'no Increase ad will arbitrate.
S.- Hearlan nothing from the Atlantic
SSI Is. g.-. 1 Ooast Une, whach returned its prOp*
5 y a the pas er at a total of $12.860,598. the
.*Aim^lii Uy VWeomptroller general assessed It at I
lasta t ad* total OW $832 403,000.
a so .' U, 50 Be returns of the Western Union
S-"1 .8 il! Oa wUL ,td -d lAo WM Telegraph company, which were put
'io+.~'Ut h *aat $1,080,240 this year, were boost-
8IIpshv fP.tWr wi the flurth ed to $2,422,900. This company has
illo I oe.e t. a~ also practically given notice that It
E.7* A have All the rest of the o WW, amber- will arbitrate.
It 01. l:^, bFbably lug nlety, and It tdiatg*wiaTie W ns. Comptroller General Wrlght has
WU bllli bera- 1 d Iers, are sa d to ave per- added 265 per cent of the Increase to
saidi*t, aoial for o hed. the physical property of these corpol.
St Tha Only Oq boat was laundhed, and It nations and 75 per cent to the franohl-
SIll t Toambs W1a dsUhed to plece on tlH makol. es.. He was prompted In this In
beJagfltt. M will after drtftling for several days. part, he states, by the fact of the
bAaNes t b e tbO d| hi .l a pd s ibUll late V- A OPlargely Increased prices of materials
:;B 1 t*IQAT-OP Iry AT COPPER MN *,. and equipment.
B'. t at 1be t$ e th-t. *.11 _____
b^ Tea It yn. W BaS Ad JaPneee Minera 'Arm Titmaeivee BANKS MAK I BIG DEAL#
,,- fl | td ooan and Cause DIsturbanoe.
Ot fJB ent he Vktorla, B. C., June 26.-8, follow. ILowry Bank of Atlanta Take Over
QI .1@)t #t IS ,I"t th e recent labor troubles at the Deposits of Trust Company.
a* tpA gl.emfs Aiieoppe lanes and Muroria col- Atlanta. June 26.-At a meeting of
i"t f ta i ,. e rlo s'u distut bancea,are re- the stockholders of the Trpst Com-
tc a o k umttal 0t ula ported at the Besahl copper mines pany of Georgia and of the Lowry Na-
St NIt r% *'. i s ow sP M saying. Mar MlyaBlabita., Japan. t1onal bank, held Monday afternoon,
..' Thaw hii atre Ip a d led riend. Tea troiesnd strikers have burned a deal was consummated by which the
1MVWp Aw0i N t Oaog m e, Who s1 mine bll1dlegs, destroyed much prop- Lowry National bank is to take over
t o fl ltg "d t I tgtitrd o fellow erty, 'kl44e the chief of ppie.e at all the deposits of the Trust company
gKil.i-, iM(I -WEi. Op t4111 aglplat Ia SntlUote aS attacked a-regiaent of while the Trust company secured a
fthe (4a 1 4 1 4te 4i I WmtWg pg 1asO, MI a1ietr ltvt".qBl the riomas. large part of th stock of the Lowry
a t o p af1t l0 t w Tyw a t'e Ia c*c rmaned themselves with National bank and will 1% future de-
ai w other lls O 0,ae *ei 4 4ot a little tt.p pao.- O4 and amaditaIltl tkea from the vote all its attention to the various
t~A i aad another In the o 4rden ii ttlt to. miIags oaOay' I magauiae, M teh features of the trust' business.
fromm oalp _ they destroyed. The taking over of the banking
lhM i the ot o.KING CARLOF 19"R. i TOTTERP Dynamite cartridges were also uaed business of the Trust Company of
i al the contractor ? by the rioters. Many enenes of VI- Georgia makes the Lowry National
ol f the eent repairs lainet 0Ae6r e e *i engulfed o W er enaseat and a number o bank the largest bank in the state.
ll o, was arrested, charg- by Demnertle Wave. U tbllties 'have-been reported. Ring July 1, waen the 'deal is finally con-
i doai JWn#Nt.-l0 ovorresp ,nd leaders of the strike movement said summated, the capital stock of the
Torl* person did not ar a e TrtWaM 1 "a letter mall*d to be socialtsts, an alleged to have Lowry National bank will be increased
a due to .wp of t e rba 1, ltmat Kig obmeate the .troubles at the Asbte to $800,000 and the surplus and un-
'o00Upata of thae o carlos' e.Ute t 1-tnt atK r p1 Es.* damage done to the mines divided profits to $680,000.
,de as Itallah elebra- of be gweptwl ay Inthe rah of 1 estimated at ver a malliUo dollars. The lawry National bank is 45 years
t, The bo -r a greoatt demi oo0.W s- I WA- -* old-the oldest banking institution in
obeItre 3 o'e lok tB e-ty to dElS:tr pte.ltOss by the WAR PRPARATIONS*. the state-'and has always enjoyed an
are rd by te l e td toeh e s to Re* enviable reputation in banking cir-
ru gh Mth bad b ithe -oTh. I 1 o14 Watlmd Pt n i eneto Re- les. Its officers and director will
ro1sh the otlldta h ani T I s o.. .. *e e # a "N. o(" l..InSUM lti. remain the same under the new re-
h ,tolm ho th4 ielftte 0 Irew Orlean, S3m.-A Ploanunt Ilie.
IP tijIIt, DOmueu of pro Po .. rt og ua ala, The Trust Company 6? Georgia 14
le Lt e w et te their .6Fto U tlo t .11 ,O.-. wld t tht te*rs at the east cecast the oldest Institution of its kind in
e, sad many oU heead rt AM. a1. hold treadinesslm to t repelin- te south, its business ha grown
A Mes trebforethe ptl t t tvtstSanldae, number 600 men at ea- rapidly and it will be placed on a
th tp-la ese batt"ia sof this also na muc stronger basis for the handling
lax1 %..I t he dirapidore $"sa x@Nd i X se Uns. of money by the deal just consume.
,M V ihefe 4W move. e ef The disp&M alm. esallrmd reports mated. ___
aem atr mtps e of a1teeedl that cast IortiatiosW are tbeea Iing e
SWt a titpa ot s O el ports. The Gut. Railroad Is Enjoined.
Inp P 4u1la u ho e lg e "aly h e e aa 1M0 1W kn awermeaMot Ie reported to be Ashleville, N. C., June 26 --On the
:1 111' 53o14- L wlttrs StmUs- megotlattlUa to buy a 400-to, steamer application of Cravath, Hendersona
l daeoPe-t 'i0 ohes1 eltl y lishu that eight rai-a e a5a"s ut0"d a Trust 4pany, of New York, aA N
mbr1dad* amighat- aMa.of-War. Charles W. Tillet of( Cbtrktt. e,
apply .r f Perea. ------- Judge J. C. pritchWrd of the UaIte
t e lPro ble. eif a OfM Ga., Jolt e Wa.l--Mit M Miel y Stthart. states circuit court, hags gnted a
S 0 4"Meupols la is pursuit 1 aIB Warew, ad.. thae 2.- ral tenhorary injunction agaliithe Car.
Bo Ir rea* r thw eitsine sam two m, all *go 2 01 adfetd tweeae to all OVw the maid- olln and Western railroad oompay I
BSSTIfoarth at ethB w In ohrgdM tni hla a t o resthttaePWeal at Wooa nd the North Carolina oorporatona
Sad l l e "aetl dOe tltaordn AthOr DPlthe, he. the ed qr Lake 91 atted the amanal meetan of commission to prevent the ea-
Ihl vlll aot ta Who wa!mard h d b l. t week. 4T-. te ifrIde--laattital comalttee lorcement of the North Carolina ^
& dst d tr iR, g tha several (eputia whto e rseprMesattIag mlsonary orglauations cent rate law. mich goes into e -
i iLl b& dsilt a let ort. tq locate R Of the MIbtmary Baptit, Christlan, fect July 1. The laUtlason is re*
lille u., s s 1d he hei0vel that .o *11 Ogregatlotal, Pr ebyterla. Evaan- tamable by Priard gat r.
slo s.stdesdl Il ba tmit M eekr eat mie. N i gulles, Latherea. Methodist. Prends day, at whleh Uie eter railroad
3t the -U.1- e l ta Ma to te theory adtaV d aad Blorsl blappal charches. ceam involving the me principle
B lbt aI em ea dw s which t. beae seh ies w leatie .o ,t will be hard.

_________ ____B- n .'1.'n G. June I -Whil l n
Eof-- jg the 1111 SP"1 3ie tie at bet S1 igelt o his size Joan T. Usher about
+me SB GB re WPSIHt amus gy by tai:.,r e: an' On of
whiM Wt e batteos came to town. whie is.

-9 gale a 11e5 quite a erowd

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B5elcome a
an Army .
~Ipan Methg

gage B i? Ong Ko g (to
by the revohl
los 1iW when the stzi
,r which ar:.,
A"K 'lbel movemeatl
a~0 ne, with an ar
:'orMt lPopean e.r:!.ojt.
War i. he rebe! lau
promise at twice fact va
ote, rt Canton, are l(
1lg iia tions post'e, a,
merythf, >Out in form.
Moet f q used are Fret
uack.- andmiachine gun
aaggletd e e past tree you
by wy at Canton.
After thUe towns on ti
way tow rebel forces moi
ed against ~ seemingly mni
1ig toward Huchou, on t|
Kowles a t1aI, opposite Hg
Kong(, w I 4 tred, the irmprt
troops bel dl worsted.
Ira'"e ti advantage of ti
outbreak~l pa French exs
dilion bdI 7 '^t Canton to pO
tect that.ty ii, l1n oficIals a
reported as 'S* le" ady opposing n
a mo, il entities of go
plies for th are arriving
Hong oa'to bloody incdel
are reported ,A Wong Kong at
Swatow, where i o civil and miiUt
officials were btohebred, as in tl
other cities. Ta U* Lang, a custom
official, was klled by the rpeI' ls
the standard v sprinkled wlth M
blood as were dme of the bannerl,
P&milles of somee of the ol()
were forced to brown themse:vei I
wells. Refgee are arriving in I
condition, many having a')ndon
everything, e exathe sick and ct
dren, nla thqlr pltSlpitate flight.
Outbreak have .been reported ll
from Hu06a sad "&eohuan.
mni to IngeWem he ef y oC o,
usHk. pIntroduced. J
Auguse, Ga., ls We-'e
or Augusta pptl*ip that i b
discussed betWI wk official Au
and RiIIastd 6ag i y delegatiNs
the Opweoia lohNtme is atr
a areat 461dto.
,It ia *r that Hon. BH
1hight, -Allen a.d
. D.aaas m ac cord wit
tty adgnin < the pro
St the txtep 4the city.
. The tes largs

prrirpa 6gection of
'Illage. 'Tk iwr frritcry emU
alsot se MW Oi-qparter
miles to adA Iacludes
The pout ha to accomplish
zteaemw** :trodtuco(d

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who lived ar Swelsl S a'!
truck by' IM]fgaanda& 3 D
m diet & r. "JE
lttng asw
Mr. XKl1mW
B 1 malA r. pe f the
Mir UAtes II g stations.

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Oi SIOMabo t tidr L. In th-
I1 l.-te oWed by I. .
with fertilize, was
taMe tathat the aboard
S and l MA as partially
b w e s ot the vblole
_44i1"ort"Ast thin at this,
,; ;. owe;6"t the Pal"-
I the trb fot, I&
te W mebht, have pulled

Amh parmtte4 the train
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SA4arahai-Otd'r ,ete.. /
.uO, S4.-.M. .a.rw w.
back froiL a delightful trip to
Oomntrf ?"m=Iton at -tRchmond,
Va., takin h the Jametown Expo-
tion and oter points North. Mr. and
Mrs. Jackita ,on their return moved
Into their 'ew cottage, and are now
at hmne sa& .
The tow Oficials who were elected
tbis month bave been sworn in. Cout-
ell orysal I and some very good ordl-
anaees passed and posted. The coun-
oll have hied 1. Smith as uaar-
shat, and Mayor Ohambltn and he
will see the are enforced.
Mrs. Dow,41 has moved Into her
eow cottage.
Ida Chtimlin left last week for
Prlovtde 1.. where she espeo0
to :apibd the summr.
_-. DL We nis having a eat eat*
tage erected A b his home.
M Joel 'cler is visititag her

F vYWA, Sl o pen a-Mw pan- eaae. bo
E h 1ieb r#om whfth (fett p- ta Leilals B eight, who has been
umade, a4 oe reaied vlitlac tries aid relatives in Jak
a wrong. e-sprte tor W alUMe, hiS retormed
&W*A ~han" bl cae with herO, na wMll af a visit
Sam Wmek / "
a&ythlng but b owd to #ewatlg A 8*s have n atiutted a
ystam of gaeo te Uslghts I their
-.* ** De-t- ef Miss f lameeles.
S noy, a daughter of Mrs. L A. MtaMf-
bw tMea ers added their to ded at ManUtee. A P, rIay
M f the roll of the Normal Mot- alfgh The bremali weas tvosht to
S-e" Bas ,L Mk~tManopy. aoosmpawuited by Ier hro-
, Pdeeie Dlaander, eaa An. ther, Ira SImoonton. Mrs. V. J. Her-
Se Harrtis Oetm ; tong and others,. wr the funeral
S d wberry; Mrs. wa helN Moteday. & lare number
SOWte ity; Mis An- of frieada attended the fiel, walob
e; Miss a Pri vwas oatot tImpretlve
IOlU Doke. Seata en : Miss Stuoeton wa eeie popular
t aOW!r. Ar;edod; amonm her yount ak ciates at MWI
o' IO;ty: Mt aoepy. a*U of whom re get her 4ts.
.ear, -a. .a Mp l,

.s ... -. IY, - ,. th
The ftieoiUstaoMsH e w*4*
l di of Miis Matld 3liab"b, the
osnsget da4ugio r patu p PMan-
*asxair MaL ib ermerty Mr. Lillian
8u kabe ths Wi4 hbe read with
eI Waea evensIng, at the
dr A tel, 1W. .IL Tompkles
ans uia theret Usiabeth 61"h
kS taftlnualarageg,. the Rev. L.
4e LoaW4 to w e( the Methodist
enoopsr -rd olil a etin.
*/ The we4ag w.s a qlet, home af-
air, oa emtut of a recent bereave-
aeiOt t family. Origisaly the
StasMM.frld 4for a brilliant church
Yj at' se ferler date. Only'the
Sand a few friends
Tl *rf*4lna~ took place. n the
parlo of the hotel. Tile deco-
I elaborte and appropriate%
eftr "* towers, potted plants,
t ses I arbro a u gifted mu-
a t lose friend of the bride,
ede at D w, and as the hap-
at '~I~ d the parlor, Miss
W-tbiro*bh p in her own Inimitable
Sphr le 5eIdisslu obn's Wedding
iaN t.,-T h rde and Iroom entered
i b the beautiful and im-
.pi.. ".,_Sd-marriae ceremony
We a r,, Lowe, who pronounc-
ed then a '~dwife. Immediately
at the *o ihe ~eremony, the rels-
tives, prthered about the hap-
p pat ir rtn upon them con-
SWatl*ol 'the doors leading
were thrown open
t repast, furnished in
hoiot of *i0d Mrs. Tompkles. The
deoerations 3t the dining-roonm were
IiT heeplig wIthe loral display in
the palors anal balL
"La'e scores of friends of the
bride atr4 roae called at toe hotel
and so60~~ -ot congratulatfh and
good wt ere bestowed upon
"The brdel wedding gown was of
white radium. allk, with train and
trlmminls of real alee, orange blos-
soms held heri ell in place and she
carried a bearttil bouquet of bride's
roses and asqa)agu ferns, while Mr.
Tanpkles was a ressed In a conven-
tiosal afteura suit ,
"Mns i the youngest
dagh. d Mrs. R. 8. Flan-
naMga, eamli l years has been
afopg the most popular young ladies
of the city, and her friends are
numbered oply by the limit of her ac-
quaintance. Mrs. Tompkles is a
graduate of the St. Augustine con-
vent and in the Ancient City she has
admirers by the score, also in Jack.
sonville, where she has spent more or
leas time visiting her sister, Mrs. St.
Clair-Abraas. Mr. Tompkles was for
several years connected with the
Bank of Bay Blsoayne, where he held
a position of trustiand honor. This
place he roagned a few months since
to become cashier et the Planters'
Sec'rlty tank. Jensen.
"Mr. and Mrs. Tompklei left on
the evening train tor Jenwn., v.her*1
they will make their permanent home.
"'Mrsa8t Clair-Abrame of Jackapn-
ville and Mrs. George Newcomb of
Weet Palm Beach. staisters of the bride.
were present at the wedding."
Asident to Santa Fe Train.
Oklabaa City, Okla.. June 25.-
fkmthbould Santa Fe passenger traiu
NO. 4ES ran Into a freig 't tra:mt mat
was takJit a ailing as i, e-ntered the
rards at Perry. Okla., Mcnda.y. The
aglae and several coaches are report.
.4 detailed ad a number of person
badly Iajured. fo one wa kilieJ

1, n m4S O ,p
HEW Yii UmAN VflIn

ba oafmfee t t Smect*o&23.
c IM1W. notice Is
tat atthe ugwlar mat
someot uw* y CROmms
laaA wAleehen*saw.


in Use fowirera." so i~,
C~#f p"*
All coughterfelstmt6upS
Inperim et tuSt

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camtaml neither OplMfl,
mfbtanoe. It aowe15 Itts M~mt
Colic it relieves Teething
and FlaulencyItasm1~St
Stomwachand Bowe"sgiving eu40
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Stocks larger and more complete thai ever before.
Best quality at moderate prlos. Our neow
Spring and Summer Ca I11-ll be
sent upon reqMtte >

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The Oldest Whiskoey Hoe G,
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'TtII~ baatPTI|(wotRld ffoii
ihon Informath rggt y$is#Ia, ri(h
ceived He to M ry. Kctiep yor r at home t
cene, Was Ap in Psten t tightly to your scalp I
jail-Hold in~4 You can eAsilyd o t with Ayer'
m Tuesday' DAaft OW Hir ,Vigor. It is something
Another trady re fl near han-a simple hair dress-
Aeioher Satmrda, r .0
led within Satu rday, in. It is a hair medicine, a
d within hal tonic,' a hairl food/
been the sUll. of P ap PhI* h
e> b the 16bo k..o.i nd, i tboest d o tlnooal -
ey by the Low mr. T eatt, , ^ dO&ts y yOaee"
This tragedy ia 001ing, hfi"1 ov.AIXgor .. La snt
twithstanding Aetmg man ran r
ties were neU o.eu it ,a SAtAPA1LL.0 /0
gro woman, the O whom t PKTOSAL.
uld not be lW1i WIrt.
death, and Willard -, held In _ .
e levy county 3.') P i band to
,se Levy ty d to AN- .INTERETING MARRIAGE.
sawer to th c "l .th*, i "
urch near ds Jdge Mason Tormed Striking
....i.S.tt i4d ,' Ceremony Monday Morning.
,e negrol wau t e Is di doe plase wer yer gets yer
quor, and was v e papes to be, irt r edr' came a husky
as accompanied b? r* y volt e from tthe#or oa County Judge
ils, and they tvb' iat wo ManM'B 9toSe If&iday morning, and
oman to take,.a rile *lI- I tben to genial JXtW looked up and
spring wagon whicb ti twe*re ";. discovored an aged colored man at
. I the door,) k replied:
The woman accepted, and the trio "D s oam e place What can
ove away. Whenfaboi a half a. 140 fOr O76?"
lie from the church thb woman re.d "J.dge, hea am my lobbed *'n an'
lived a bullet betweeth eyes, tfall.. we want to tie dat knot what dun
g from the wagot ad expiring in. bib' us togidder till deft," was the
ntly. The ball wab- 8-calibre, prompt reply.
id the first shot had 'e "sct "An' dat ain't no lie," Joined in the
The murdered woman was left in Prospective bride,.
ie road, the slater o ills hurriedly Thp pair entrad d it wM a pair
ft the wagon and ran to her home, whli those present will never forget..
out two miles distat, and filis re. Th told man had with him a son
rned to the picniic 'ounda at the'ablout nineteen or thereabout, whom
urch. ihe had brought to witness the cere.

When the crowd was Informed of mtny, while the prospective bride
ie murder Ellis, with the others, was.accompanied by one of her own."
ent to the scene. He was aoeused "All right, come In and get ready,"
committing the murder, but denied remarked the Judge.
te act. He was perfectly cool While the genialtJudge was making
Deputy Sheriff AltI ap proached out the license ,preparatoy to mak-
e scene, when he made all possible In the bride swear that she could
aste in retreating, but vw- captured, do the washing and cook the meals
aced under arrest wtbb hls sister, t the whole push the balance of her
bo in the meantime had- r-ned life, and if necessary jet out on the
the scene, and both were placedin trm and pull fodder and pick cotton
II at Williston. They!were givens r the meantime, the pair -stood with
preliminary hearing Monday aSter a nous u ectations.
on before Justice Harrs, and after rerything being ready, the oft-
'aring the evidence in the case -1. latin officer commanded them to
was held without ball to await join hands, and the ceremony, in pres-
e action of the grand Jury. Ht i- ence of witnesses, as solemnized.
r, Mary Ellis, Rogers Miller, Early At the conclusion the Judge gave
lller and Gates Roundtree, 8tste the usual command, "Salute the
Witnesses, were released upon their brie
rn recognlsance. e Lawd, Mr. Jedge, I loves
dis alggah man, an' If I had a toof
A Birthday Party. a er head d. bite him," was the
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L Lendern respuse of the bride.
Ordered a birthday party = MNaN "Well. being as you have no teeth
Lernoon to Mapter La e I willea es the salute," replied
Or son, whowas eras his Judge MAson, as be folded up the
entrh bson, wirthday. e e lioes and collected two dollars for
There was quite a crowd of the the' _____t.
"n S friends M tr GO r THIS WAS RULINGG IOML."
fsent, and the aftterme was pMg d ,
a most pleasing a. eJ a iyao e Om AdvewtImet o. Suday
Inner. I height Eight Refrigerateo Sales.
Delicious ref shmiats were sa ved, "I0, what o a t
Uprising Ie cream and a W. and h S may my wh at you ph ~ but
turally the chidre wwe Se'dlghted. We n* the thing when It Otes
t.. ." %* to, rsdts," declared J. K Abrams.
TI AM e miasr 'c the GOaesville uralture
A4 w_ p :ay,:= wh who dc hred that
th am""M do fM e at0 1f e d in The Sun
Isaie of 0& ia be< se fight retftiserators.
the body sos a Mr wmAbm, as ~e w a the m asamg
s, wrmet CU( T7 N1" well p"e over
Z Ch histe: "t R- A jhe mlt of this ad. which is the
st f IO d IW eO Ibt det e A A~,t the kind of ad-
Sbe wtI a ti S i t Mr. 4bam writes placed
rlm a ttn Is pj a Ps -t a : will wiutat"ly

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Contract a1man Was Cenoldrasbly
Delayed n Its Completion, Caused
by Tardilwn of Railroads and In-
ability to S*oure Labor.
The sewage system of Gaines.
ville, which will be one of the most
modern in the Slouth, will soon be
completed, which will add another, last-
ing and beneficial improvement to
the city.
Contractor' Beeman has experienced
considerable trouble and delay in the
construction of this system, which
has been oocasioned by delay in re-
ceiving freights, trouble in retaining
labor, and 'other causes, but he has
worked with *a will, with the# result
that, notwithstanding all these ob-
stacles hi will finish up in good time.
"There is one thing sure," remarked
Contractor Beeman, "while we have
been neOasuarily delayed /on account
of ,the failure of the railroads to
deliver material, an'd we have exper-'
fenced ajreat de&l of trouble In hold-
ing labor"- this account, as we could
not afford to pay men for days to
lay in idlenes" waiting upon'this ma-
terial, I oft say conscientiously that
when this system fs completed ..it will
be a system of which no city the size
of Gainesville, or even larger, can
be ashamed. I have exercised extra
care in the construction of this sya-
,tem, because I had plenty of time,
and I feel confident that there Is not
a more perfect system In the South
or anywhere else, considering the
specifications and capacity."
There are in all about twelve miles
of sewer pipe, terminating in an anti-
septic marsh at the southern limit
of the city.

Ball Game Setwoen Melrose and
Brooklyn Resulted In Largeo 'cre.
Melrose, fune 2.-The general sym-
pathy otf the community was extended
to the family of Mrs. J. P. Benton,
who died after a long illness an Fri-
day morning, leaving a mourning hus-
band and four children. The funeral
took place at U11am cemetery, Rev.
B. R. Mosely officlatings. Instead of
Revs. Sistrunk and Jlian.
Miss Grace Uglow of Starke is the
guest of Mrs. Grimes.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Shooter came over
from Earleton on Monday morning in
their new motor launch, making the
entire trip In forty-five minutes. the
beautiful little boat is a very fast
one, being equipped with a two
horse-power engine.
The baseball game between Melroee
and Brooklyn. played hwb on Frday
afternoon, was a very close and in-
teresting one. Brooklyn faiJly, wig
ning by a score o at22 to 19. Both
sides were short of men, Melrose os-
pecially, having only six on the field.
Melrose proposes to celebrate the
Fourth of July by a picnic. A pro
gram Is being arranged, of which fur-
ther notice will be give later.

Death ef Mr. Miller.
David "A. MiYr of Mieuopy. aged
fty-five, died at his home as Monday
morning from a compilation of
Deceased was one of the odsot
and most widely known reeldants of
that section. havig been located at
tIuoaopy shoe he was a. boy. At
MSkaaopy he grew nto manhood am
euagse in the mweareatlie buasa,
eGjoyg finee secees. He sally M*
tre ta hal s. however. lW
whl thae he has been ianmetiOve So
seamd w keepwer of retaud a-d
e-J of te MK jp Lodge. K IA- t

bow emdmoei umdr the tP.
rral whih Is a beaanful amd 6-
IMSUod mF*.S by'a wife am

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The de*
0O StoVe*
The iA ? ,gp
on Stov
Gives best res ta.
Reduces fuel 's
pense. A o g
flame at the touch of the
match. "Blue a m e" means the hottest
produced by stove. 'he New Perfee
illn make your rk lighter. Will not
heat the kitch Made n three size
one, two, and tee burners. Every stove v .
ranted. If noteat your dealer's, write to o
nearest agency.

(ive clear, steady light. Fitted with
test _proved burner. Made of bnr
throu hout and beautiful nickeled.
Every pwrranted. Suitablefortlibar,
dinin room, parlor or bedroom. If not at
your oer's, rite to our g0estt agency.

Florida's1 Mineral Springsk

Never noverflows. UattliW "Irnamel e ays.e.'d for I oalib *a 4 1 siom. IM IIIi
Th. aemja and UiJ~4tiOULleog SkI'm& 6 ~legmat 1.1 r 1. am lit W
Now hotel and so q urdswe. Peons. h Wad wi a a efareRIoes with I5-fH
well Teo tastd atid Iigbt~ed pibqth gs.1eanf Mt ,nob wgland &%s houge.
The &cemery Ish uinura s V Is ids. Locre. basklaoi~eadlargudse.t'shoo m;
rIrW : tb pan 0. W r G* t n d:Ab osmmsof iii klfie-we1%
1601 &atChIOT; s weMft1*"M1V1=fialair d peylogiWon.
Situated lour Ules I ra~AP6 k 6 wjeabosuiAir Line Relroad. where a Iu
"Ms groeieSodmewspw.. M11 iiw feek. apeoll rates.to Pattie.Gss,
W~ho wotheir ousa.gt "1 0 90beW. WhWtI and dre.dft-roou Pot 451 fmlee.a
0onvwm" ewithtL".spS es.w.
The 8. A. L. S.NilY~ ovIN ri W Uosbemties601toimis so Ai*#for MTIVII 990tV
WEKIWA SPRIN.1COMPANY, Wekiws [(Clay] Sprinpg,F

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hit IF Iludi S 01

e o oel ,Givme a a mel
Slfr1Wo d to p ead

a r *. w ol me
o et n st a 1a tod w mne
Ep iem a aseeO,, to

ith~e fety of the lives of those
t dwh o prono ed im pnlent.

Sn attend ant Is expeotedw
$ mrw to*eov ace. hi o Was

ti pethom anaterloo, to
t helwo arlf ek aheio homen
a somwwo strdan coai *stca.

Coilso n anld*Il7 Dell, ao dGo
h at it b nantI neecary to

SSt up T a4ay afternoon, heto

Sth he W fty of.the e of thoAlen
M ittortuatnd, man wleft exaiwberry
OMl yr the lsaold at Chat-

So upleon aptheir ohin their
fo'Plnd HNmo turned .
apt be rd for a bridal couple,
6Mol their heawmoon. to
M r rrivlt their home owned
ea ti In a hep of asbes,
t o the tete of Annie Allen
itvsband, wha loft Newberry
only to i*hol4 a should.
lb, upon approachiag their

might the home owned
e by Annie Allen, a ool.
t' was buried, with all
gtates notwitatandlns that
SogregatOaedI worked bard
VrON" u recently become
a0 hr husband and her.
*' Baeclatg the hospitality of
at Ti l for U er bemoon
em b We so aoIe a theo ho u
ftie of the fire. and the origlI
to be lae sadby. 'as p
Sad been about the place for
ffr tbnr days
Ol td to at Antle AUlep had a
a p ahe a. It t four
rM tt vibhat 04 been keeping
S nths, a e o nwm to Now.
ia4 that he WfJ thij mort.
S p ia p imstat the woman
i, oat bet shorty after
SWearad tkM woman be.
'&t wife of another man.

Oath at High Springs.
Itlhas been received here
BIof Mrs. W. H. Crawfor4.
tdy. being about eighty-
of age, which occurred at
In High Springs on Tue.
the funeral bolusein held
Rev. Mr. Yates co.-

wsa member of the
ad was very highly
W- s a lady o the
tryadm ent 8he Is

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OR J14 W 7ailtky WNq Make

Rel sod tateeouatinjso;n the move
b =W,' us**&-ketholds

*ttmotd by &Se nor A*
teiwson ". m tu

istebeet SIdou.of. -beir
Nfthe0 Cityand ifts fuur~s.
4lowet 9mbe toIsF.P.

nJ. O? A ~edrabl
the UsborUVUy V mnds
no Ot ArmprteIswesdy:lbatmlDW
Orr nsdo fine

~ gqe ww*n Gditlam Themw.

*4;a ile.throug gteeb m- Pat-

I destxo that Mr. Henderson,
wwl~fttlY. "proposm
to too* bhi g~tuae home here. They
wili ~ ~ ~ ~ a galwlomda they
am' 804ong 04 bstpeoVPle of thoe on-

Wlle it is not ertin, t is
rumored that Mr. Orr, who, ba owned
th property for the past two years,
will return to his former' home to
West VTirgini.


Pour INegroes Arraigned and Pined
Upln Charge of Vegranoy.
Beum It to alloeed Tom MPad-
don, Will Rowe. Chab. Muldrow and
Will Bell, seroee, refused to work,
they wee arrested by Maftbal Arnow
Tuesday nilht, and on Wednesday
morning were arraigned In the May-
org court upon a charge of varanecy.
Bell was fined 10 and costs, Mo.
Fadden $5 and costs, and Rowe and
Muldrow $2.60 each and costa.
The loes having been paid, the do.
fendant woeren released.

Newberry, June 26.-Misse Lssule
and Blt* Smith entertained quite a
number of their friends at a "pound
party" 'trsday night. Those press.
ent were: Misses Mollie Swlndal,
Vola Sifttd, Pearl Swindal, Minnie
i8ord, Atlmata Studstill, Fanny
Smith, 01 k tudstilll. UlouIse O-ar
land and Mrs. MeKiney; and the
Messrs. A A. Burke, Hill Deaser,
Lueus Jobases, John Miller, Moodie
Matlus, Jatk OGaland, Charlie ialth,
Mr. Itue and Mr. Oowert. They
all reported a lSe time.
Mari to frteom of Washlngton, Ga.,
toI her on a visi to htis brtherm,
Joh and PetaM S$. lortMan.
Dr. Thee McLeod vi ited OGalae-
te Meadlayw, returnlna the same day.
Hill Denaser and Jawk Garland
drove over to Bigh Spriags Thureday
morning, returning the same day.
Miss Pearl Swtidal of Tampa Is
here, a guest of her ousting. Misse
Mollie Swindal.
Bedford Wtheringtot retuned
Wednesday fram Worthangton
Springs. where he spent several days
Mrs. Code We.ks returned from
Otinesavlle Monday, where sbe *pent
a few days the guest of relatives.
Misse Annie and Ida Price of Wade
spent Wednesday hbae, shopptin and
Visiting relatives.
Mise Lisle Smith left Saturdar
for Oataesville. wvbre she will at-
tend the Normal.'

A Beautiful Windoe.
The large show wIdow of The
0. W. Hyde Company. in which are
displayed the oollecti, o valuable
ad4 handsome preet o, many of
them of mo0d sllver, which are to
be ven sway absouty tree to
those who attend the aetes sale
of Cofles Park lots, asttrsed mu h
Meeams yesterday. M All y 0wa
were gathered about the vtnWdew
mirsf tse hmdae glems eo saver
ms brlaelue. The preet ae at
be db1 s amm 4 ttw h As I
adM as owl, whe t a% i -m
^K "0 Mo^ goi^f
5lj^^ 3^ ^^^^ ^ ^t ^*

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The W44l Infowd Of die W.4iL
Avadfumdc~eUU~l gis resat euem=uto theac
liI~bS~U~inC m my feld of humman oi
~ noldg o orsKowedeof FuMetoM*S ad 1am
edge of Products ane allof wmw vahoqadin9iostimdO
Wwo a-2Mand W66000 Mn5eiledisdufed k Aboulbe ,MuIblood
gadEli* of Seamisminfacured by the Ca isFig SyncC*o
.4w" Ichhm at wkhth e eaptoal of16 =Wmi aWio
smdi nclio becauikeisIt IiWIeY Of *0
Knowa Q4bptyKamm E&=Memoe maidKnom~
Pam M Who Was wcd dmefrm e Fq.) know ledge and fn.eWi uedet*.
aid bqio f W*-hzaiiesf~i w-hA no ezeraaganiOf WgeasMshl "M.
'fa asIe ge4 has- Benong69and flavaably kown
"maw Ilit ~4mr:7,*Wuj FP -ad6s ataied to woM
Wids ppmesuatezetlySaY.Aj iapwe~
hzaiie psIc f la iefrm Sem.are we! knowntophyuinam
i~i~.Eof & W14 toE1E bviie 60 A wehave.
aOpIted hemarelaor"awe maie of-Syrupof FRgs and
Eli* of Sjba -a$sMMfily &gaipeofthof xe medlyj
W&b" dubesk wil always be cailefor by the s
same l-ifSrupof Piss-and to ad is be

C.*.Pkimed an dwIe rot ofver'y package,
wheter you canl for- Syris of Firs
or bth& fuR name-' of c
V J Ei*of enia.'-



Short lines addressed to Mr. Mo-
Beath, by *a little Micanopy girl now
taking a course at the Aresbyterian
Hospital, Atlanta, Georgia:
Tilmy, we have resa your piece,
And think It very good; -
Your class, though, hasu ot done It all.
We want that understood.
We. too, have studied lots of things.
And learned just how to treat
The brain diseased, the body sick,
In a manner quick and neat*..
Wp've learned also to cook good things
To tempt the appetite,
Of those who "cannot eat at all"
And, learned to do It right.
We've given medicine galore,
Cut off a limb or,two;
We've bathed and rubbed, and rub.
bed and bathed
to pull our patients through.s
But after June of 1908
We'll "have not time to tarry."
We hope, though, 'twill not be our
To "hunt a man to marry."
We're golng out Into the world

Whenever We have a call,
To nurse the sick, both rich and
Old folks, young folks and alL


But when It oemes to marryunl Tom,
(A good man great sad tall,)
We leave that for. your own class.
WE WANT A JO-- that's all.

Will Turn Money Beak.
Atlanta, June O.--Georgla's James-
town commaslon held a we!l-attend-
ed meeting Monday In the offie of the
governor, nearly all of the out-of-
town members being present. The
moot Important announce-,ent made at
the eoacluslon of the meeting was
that part of the approprtatioa of $30,-
00" made by the leilsture fbrthe
purpose of preparing a Georgia ex-
hibit will be turned back Into the state
treasury. The e O mste took eteps
to make some adtMioM to the agrical.
tuai and hktelrbal eMut at James-
owa. The 8-ar vweulat was tht

MWoin Mum&
1 ^^lm ,k^^^|_o*bi flth

Railroads Represented In Full Force
at Asheville.
Washington, D. C., June 2G.-The
railroads are going to be represented
In full force at Asheville Wednesday,
when Judge Pritchard, of the United
States circfilt court, takes under con-
sideration the injunction proceedings
for the restraint of the North Caro-
sina legislature and the Virginia cor-
poration commission In ordering in
effect reduced passenger fares.
The Southern railway, especially,
will have a big array of legal and offi-
clal talent at the Asheville bearing.
Fourteen different states have taken
action looking to the reduction of paa-
aenger fare, and the outcome of
the proceedings at Asheville this week
have a national algifloance. What.
ever the result of the hearing before
Judge Pritchard, the North Cano.
lita and Virginia cases will be' the
Alrt appealed to the supreme court
of the United Statee which is the
authority that will finally decide the
constltutionalUty of the rate reduction
acts of the various states.


Gays He Did Not Mean Discourtesy
to Citizens of 'Frisco.
San Frlteisco, June 26.--4eneral
Punston, whose letter to the Fturth of
July committee, refusing to parade
the regular troop, under hit com-
mand because he feared trouble at
the hands of the "un whipped mob." in
Ian Francisco, has led to consider-
able comment and criticism, gave
out a statement Tuesday in which
he eaid he meant no discourtes.v to
the people of San Francisco and that
by his reference to the "unwhipped
mob," be did not mroan the labor
onions nor the men now involved la
e varlons strlke.., 4
He declared that he had received
a number of threatening letters, one
f which said he would meet the fate
Of tounoeber if be dared to parade
his troo0 9 the streets Of a Pran.
eb-o. ___ _
Slter ixplodes: One Man Killed.
NWhviUe. Tesn., June %.-A
DNedea. mTesa., ulipathe says the
oerf Voteao's saw aIt. 6 Mle
1" t ea* f tt eeMs. uploded M aay.
b t Charlees Book m ad
0-m tr 0ige thnm other e.
, ,to smens es dn

H. H. Tift'e Case Againct So
Railroad Decided.
'Macon, Ga., Ju.ne 2G.--.Ji.l
ory SpEer, signed an ord.:
making the mandate of tue I
States supreme court the dei,
the United gf::tes court P;:' i
cases of H.H. lift, et. al. aa t
Southern railway et &l. T- !
lows a decision in he Un Ia
circuit court of a:)pe.:. ;.-
that in the eupr.me "t 'r af3l
Judge Speer's own de' ior.
The case is one of the nm.t it
tani coming out cf the et.tre I
in many months. This det("Mll
advantage of the oomp:aiLan t
the law and instead of goh' N
the Interstate commerce cOM
in a long delayed hearln thel
son not satlsfled with the proC
of the carrier may take his c'a
rectly Into the Vnlted Stam I
for complaint. In this 'se it
done and Judge 8ra'er upheld til
plaint. The otter courts fOl
him. It means a refunding (
'umber producers of more tM
million dollars.
Standing Master J. N. T"'
the United te court be.
early pheed In charge of the i
determining what amountss d
refunded, and ow4 that the
be J)een made and the c0.ur
all reached their Conclusiont, n
enter upon thi task. It Vl
very hulf task. Btaternerus
county will be had from nea"irf
Uline In the south handling Le !
as freight slaos the case wM
more thaa fve yeasnago.

Pae"s. Criminasts enter
Birmnnlnam, Ala., June 2l
ale Berwanger, Mabel IW I1
seph Berwanger pleaded
to larceny from dwelling and 51
sentenced to 1 *mouths' inlriill
The trio Is fams tIn the
feeords 'of several Americla
notably NashvilDe and t. Lo0'S
womea are very pretty. Hel
recently brought here from
whore ft was toad tWy
amount of Jewelry etOlea
smae V1 resie ft r
Wasbh O. JW t.---1
3.sM larde Of hbems wall b*e
to ftuaOh h e-N to

to e banned by doe .i
4 aem Se age i
ow soineIS l S -e i
m blme *=mom

"'Wff fftd


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he RM I
me sd11

.Y.) WW <1
Sun and
fekly 40

mes.Uilon i aOU
W e will not e
inrdenomination thand

he cataloupe season ill
at ia cose the modt tmlp'
Untion beitg that W
now peddles a tie
a cent each. Th, 1ftW S hi
plaint to ake, despite th'
ht. as the frut has 0e
Sthe prices eneouraglng

e good Cistiasns "f
vicinity evidently ioEi
h stock that th d he
open to those who dt .
Sisue of The Timeeflit
t city announces that tii
a festival and dance *t
o1 house, near Palath",
ing of Tuesday, JUlne I
s to be devoted to tl
ses of the union Slnday
t's about the hottest prip
Sun has come aeros reos

. H. Leaby, for many year
ed with the Atlantuie oast
one of the molt popular an
ful transportation men iI
t has been appointed p
eer aent of. the Ai
lnghanum ad Atlant S
Headquarters IA Atlata,
assumed his duties a thb
Mr. Leahy's nummeal t
bShout Florida i tead -oc~
s,. and feel sre itBt hI
the "Bee Line" a ftltht
ent representative.
A. Fackler, one of the
ly known newspaper me t
has purchased the ta
Bainbridge, Ga., Daily
has assumed charge as
proprietor of that paper.
eras a writer has a style
his own. but with a tealo
ders appreciate. It
ying that should the
bridge and DeOeatr 0
the proper support, he
paper .which would be a
y community. Or hat
Brother Packer.
re is not a cHty of the sa
n n Florida, or anywkn
t matter, that posealm
as modern, p-to-ate .-b
a and reideoaes as Oae
new Hill budlrig, rwh
Y the corer of WeNt Mal
xberty street will add
list of modern busbi I
would do redit to "ay
uagnlocet raoanf bli
complete Is ae her
f which any Oasut p(
roud. In all, adesgvll
town, and sneayar co
marks are made by v

Time-Ualon, whkiet s a
on bh, aU wall as ag
ts, says: *The *-e
tlh most wel-r e mI
**s. Per e(jkpe
S*t to learn tlat at e
worth aIs behnb, t
hisbet eim, Sa a a

'Pet at retd aj. a

uther 0.e ead me
ou Pla d -m I

ser mlt a .ue agg


k". aTa.W XbZbtirem f~eh

0 4W- Th Democrasb ofOkLboo& .whore to ebm lid eaim.V ms and
-othe a so atem fte Uuvilsmt &doowa ls l 10is etisn
I ib 61% .have by a vctprmrby smelso 9w aiddh"&PPIWI
moodad *me el susimi stImetrsedn edeemheis mfin
ov*to serassot Obb. mThomas P. x II to"uui4"satpme
m*o Go" of Iaw vw b o am 3ybidveL "aWom s Pbohk"stime
0 0 "i Ihb s mst a inthehbiswy he SPowM SWU"t i dooum

vy wa aw k-rhs @",to *)Ie Siftamas ______a"_____ban

mSOONM_ t eprsenM pme
VMS "afta. M*. O&M inaaminWNn

W bm t S.f
li t LU


rv .wi. ?eya
Three yea previouay be
Slot left eye, a playmate in
"tg a eat of pasion striking him
Vo-"*te I -Beginnlsg as a page at 11, noml-
Su oouoty: a .tia. t for the legislature at 1, Popu- F R K EN
I xycon. list elector at large In Mississippi
Ssile of three years later, selected as Congres- o | o
SNai wtal, or in slonal standard bearer in Texas In and her f te ldt
a 4no 1900, while he was in North Dakota
Schs speaking for the national ticket- i-
Sy public such Is the political history of Thom- mad, iam isaso s ha
u r toIoa~lo& qr as Pryor Gore. Pinkham, of I-an M Inh l f
*' a a7w way under the Mr. Gore is but 36 years of age. He wta o o ote a *
Sfatcitetitg liquor, so lives at Lawton, has a wife and four @pe oo d os e se
ab i*atural children, and Is a lawyer by profess. rme"d for their
e i t.akiita charge by alon. potent and
Shavia ta authority to His memory is a wonder. When combination of drg.
ps s pd ti n cus- his father prepared to send him to L di E Plkl V et
oob a then be a blind school, he refused to go, say- Ly i E Pi
B k-tA bota Coty Jidge, or the ing that schools for the blind did not tsan honest tried ad tree medy of questimably
iea.es tUcat d rth peact e, In order furnish hil the books and opportunity Durigtoesord of o than thirm years ts
euresof tose serious ills liartowome, entire
tat t aw t to disclose he desired So he went to the pub- VegtableCompomdt6to e t adoeoSo
S frot i hbe ptabsad oh intotx- lie schools and college, getting person and ry think
Sg or. through by reason of his acute mem- When women are tro led with IrrMgar e
: ".;&. f a Whe sOad pesn i ory. =a, displaoemalt. leeration or inflamsatie,
Mh beft the cmt Jaudge or should remember there e i f La o
GsA.*itte peae th ead menagt FROM THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. ham's Vrtable Compoound t r
I trwt A require him to testify No othe re y n tah wom h s ae .i
40 4 .- to" her, w*hen and (Specal Correspondence.) gi ula a o nd thounwo the a o t X o3Pa
an bearwilling testlo to the Vireoit
r t Wl prchae d such aintoxi. Last week was. prolific of semi- e Vetable.oompound d what it hasdoae fWor tm.
4Rting J)0er, fit4 upon his reuaal official statements. Beveridge has o. Pkham inaltee al fok wome to rather aio.les.
o S tded thousads to health o twat-fl veye she ha beena
l i,, 6rOen his ttityi been to O)ter Bay, and presumably *k women freof hare. h lthe dat laawof Ld
if ~a iu t er ant hd te court with authaoity, announces that "We" ham and as her amsalant f yeas before eeNase aMMd i
.t to ewa ttmony is eva-s are not standing s awfully pat'as tumediatA dreto. Add eLaMas. .
SLye t he trate, after some folks suppose. The statement
S.,o warning, theo t eesct, sbal qa dJdge Beveridge writes for The World is
r4sive him to. be. tn onteompt of out andi not as specific as the curious desire, nomination of former Unite States It is to be regretted that ,
ht sl ~s antish Such onutemlpt of cUrt but It anhoumnoe that "natural causes" Senator Cockrell of Misdourl. ho had seas of Galnesville could nole
llrft by i'prrlo% a t 'in he Ounty lail should be reasonable and avoid pro- no chance of being aominat Some gether In the matter of
ave no 4 lMeA bdi tpW*ty do, Or A*y bA during panic, Just because it is fodnd of the Hearst people who w seen this great nation's
log not exceeding fifty dollars (50), or necessary o revise some scandalous- declared that Mr. Hearst's lends Fourth of July. It may
Stood by both such fine and impriabsment. ly oppressive schedules. The whole would do everything possible to'de- ever, that it was more a
S0Sec6ton 3. It upop the examination signiffteance of this senmi-offtlcial state- feat Mr. Bryan for the no nation energy that a lack of patot
mentioned in section 2 the person met is that revision is accepted at next year, and that if they a mplish nowhere can be found e fo r
alata brought before the magistrate sBall Oyster Bay as an inevitable issue. their purpose, Mr. Hearst w ld not class of people as a
t'its te d lose the name of the person from Then comes Bourke Oockran from run for President as the cdidate of parenthesis, how
hae 6 rt611be puroha%64 such intoxicating Nebraska, where he has seen Mr. of the National Independence Leagup.e rea to oongratulai
' liquors, and the .place and date of Bryan. He repeats what so mahy Peculiar significance Is lent by good people of the
lt of purchase, and testify In such a man- who have seen Mr. Bryan lately know these statements, which are Imitted- their energy and pa a
. -to nor As to lead the magitratte to to be true; that is, that he is in doubt ly inspired from Hearst. socees. to determination to obseWr th O
le believe that the testimony is proba- as to wbe er be will be a candidate Mr. Bryan's recent utterance *oncern- an appropriate manner. At wi
t the bly trie, the magistrate shall then or not. He thinks it is too soon to Inl the Hearst Independenl League, poite throughout the cobuty el1
Sth" and there reduce, or. cause to be re- decide These two great orators, ac- to the effect that "from a 4cdalistlc ate preparations a being w16"
be ex, du"d, the said testimony to writing cording to the newspapers, spent standpoint, there will bef reason program embracing barbecanea,
schooL and have said person sign it, and their time In talking about the plat- enough for a third party; hut that plcnis, etc., at all of which promtd
Oon wityf ,it by affidavit taken apnd cert- form. from a Democratic stan int, a citizens are anAnounced to detivTAr
t; by 0 the said Maistrate. H such Finally. prinan E. Mack returns third party will be unneces ay." dresses. It ,might be well to
... lJ0aM os shall refuse to sign and swear from abroad to report of fields and Neither the broad and tablee that those Glanevmie people P olo
s. to the said testimony when reduced Individuals beyond the pale of candle. statesmanship which en ghtening his themselves away to po of o
e, to writing, the said magistrate shall dacy, and says that Richard Croker travel is supposed to proace, nor functions, if they desire to speldd
d se. attach is orwtfl4 st under his of- will return to the States, but only the chastening effet of doteat and day pleasantly.
a the GO 6 seal that the said testimony was to vote. The hope expressed by Mr. repudiation, arm apparent I this die- -- _ _
~nerl taken before him under oath on the Mack that Mr. Hearst and Mr. Bryan closure, aad thoughtful m s During a short stay to ,4f
a date thereq. will, for the party good, make up their are justified In woMderlig whether last Sunday the editor W
hpoad, Section 4. If the said testimony differences, has brought out the first the promising party 9utloot Is to be to make a casual surv at
S reduced to writing shall show that explicit statement concerning the clouded by a personal rivalry, petty I is undoubtedly w
0 15th any p ha illegally old latoxt- baIs of the feud between these two enough to do credit to a tow meeting, b population MSM s
friends cattin i Ma lan the county the gentlemen. None of Hearst's friends and Involving personal ambitions ad l and manufacturing ceatra,
gria- a ismtrate sall ise his warrant whom the New York newspapers no principles. I building are going up Iq eve*V
e Will fdr the arrest of such person on a sought would speak for publication. Bome of the Ignoble rest*s of this Mson and substantial ous, to,
l and charge of selling lote attng liquor but It was learned that there is still quarrel between the eandiate lag that the people have
whete same is prohibited by law, a very pronounced Ill-feeling on the be seen In the recent epomswe of i the future of the towa. It Is
or 9f selling such Intoxicating liquor part of the Hearst people against Mr. Mr. Bryan's undigulned ~lo thod of tty town, however, owig to
o without a ilense, as the caMe may e Bryan, and the reason Is given thus: hpangtn around boe oleffi at per- aforty of the stcree, 0a .
Mt to to be brought before him fr proceed. Mr. Hearst, in 18 and, 100, per- onally collection -and betowinga I SSe buildasbera
M Att :. s as In other eases. If the examl- sonaly through his newspapers, sup a bag carried for that i theM th se out of line with others .
nation aforesaid be taken before ported Mr. Bryan for the Presidency. aetal eaah ifor hl work a -ieetprer, o. ih r"
'jstt of the peace and the sa a*0 In 1"4 Mr. Bryan was not a Mand- instead of having a clera a e .- & M he re sVWill
StOea to have been made outside his date for the Presidency, while Mr. tary to do it. L t L It f
pe ON. e e district, his warrant shall Hearst was, and Mr. Hearst felt that While this and other a e a Items .
t hevnthUles run throughout th he 9teold have Mr. Bryan's suppWrt of purey personal be
Vpit ooty. Instead of refuting the political loy- eatertaaing to rouni ad pro- i
pa Stl n The pern diselsa alty of Mr. Hearst, Mr. Brya went tessors o deprtmee. th eM
e mame of the vreader shall be brought upon the platform ad meooede the contrbaste to a heaa pulf e dli

erdit the prilala*y bearing ot the party 'i
Sto arrested, and if his testimony does The peece o
not agree m say material with his teaches is the St^ 1 ti 1es
previo written teor noy,. he shall L ad d onor, as ther pr 4ps tbrg to.

am &ao- __--- -=_.---,.
s p be held on a charg of perjury. S sthert a osteetio o uioeset itie
* elqa Setlum 6. Any testimoor given every quarter of th (Ato, mal hgad .
as a .t d this act by tly person taken ____ to the tatmopehe air af oreal
giasaa charge he provided fm sectics 1 and edusticeal S i whtes, by
svsel shall not be used against hi. on reaso of selalal isb entd
i b rgs .f drenkesaneas. to prove ealigh te sa bU|*,
a pa w iet 7. An costs Iocurred under Oclae leo I ladef wik th
mon thip At abshal be paid as in other | stgal art aglrtSg
I, just Section 8. All laws to conflict her. .joys Ot devg 8er e as suspa s
Q with awe hereby repealed. baecg th Metal vrW Pisids. This
ihod bedao 3. This set shall take ef- -regpuaties al3a i worth a greatly
as a foot iumsesateiy upon its booming "| 1 m ___ im i te any esta k ln we the ', B

S -

..... ,g fJUNE 27A i

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4. 4 .
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' / ** * ',: ,**

o, siday and

ftM G la Da'

Thursday, July 2, 3 and
I i ~ .... i*i**ili

for Gainesvill

*,lain Beautiful Ptresetsgiven away. Ana at an enormous expense, the First Regiment Band of Florida will give thi
/ 'ife (Co0oarte daily on the dates of the Great Auction Sale at College Park, the new elite residence portion of .rainesvil
We Ore ng to give every man, woman and child in this section of the country an opportunity to buy one of the finest l(
, m thfilie o ence0 section, regardless of price, for $10 down and $10 per month. With the terms that you get on this high-cla
property it ought to be a chance of a life.thne to make an investment that will double or treble on your money in 12 to 24 months' ti

Th" be uti"a little city is located
tin the peter of the tber., turpentine,
tnruokrowlnr and phosphate uctiov
of wiregrase P drd~. MnW its growth
' the past Ave yars has bee mar-
vlous. Ganeevila t has never been
on a boom. bt haa had a steady. su.b.
atantal growth that ha made It the
larget Interior city In the tate. and
as the future Is better thaa the past,
It wil only be a abort tm*e before It
ilt rank among the largest cities In
Ste M9ate I
Gahlate.lle has three trunk line
rallmada that o to tke It a geod
towa and ito the higbeet point In FMe-


Be On Hand Promptly and Secure a Valuable Present



Transportation to the grounds
Railroad fare refunded to all

.chasers of lota.
a is 11

on day of
^ ,..- ,. ...

S ale.

VII L)I-9otwfpur-

This is a rare opportunity to so-

I cure a valuable lot on eay terms.

Golhis Park
This bea ln sub-dirliion .
cated directly In front of the neWl
veralty Orounds and every lot iH
dry and besatI l with the I
macadaxelsd4 A eeu in Flor'
7-foot granoUlthlido walks lead
rectly to the p*,o rty. Cit *
and electric lls. have alrple'
extended to ths property. Thb
extend .WO teet directly In
the University, on which the 91
pending, O.ad b-dldns and
1,.0o.0oo.00. T7 proposed
car line, the ftaebbe for V
now pemdtgh bedr the Citv (4
willU n directlyI to rm .,.,j

e l Be Co t 4 p.
,7 d|p Dly Te.y

AT 1 a pm* V=-AM? 810000
R %9 ~S 'n M WM tIA $740MA3A

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kRK.1 55T4R

ration Will be tv9 l '

ggest me In the r f
is Antiqtlpt ,
not, to p t th At
o Glri* 4 'rW
unheeded, wt the k lt tt
I be somethingg ol
on that day, and, It wfl
long to he rgMiab by
ho attend, hr S ot tO
t there wlL e 3

that U a 1ke t
average American tutb SVB,
heart AtotIr wth t

Clark, our Cacepgmal
there. At least,
k has beea itnvite
the colinittee t at
now, he will have ti# p
dressin the throog that Aay.
as should be, and wil a
t inducement to hathrat the
for miles around, to. Arbe *
day, and there it little doubt
t ahe progressive lttle town
west Alachua will be crowded
t occasion with more people
r municipal borders have ever
ed before.
man Clark, in addressing
mittee which extended the
on, remarked that he felt
that Archer should seek hi
e on the Fourth. He a'w
obstacle in the way at press
that was an Important profes-
ngagement which he alfht be
ed to fill Just at this time.
not sure Just when I will be
he said. "It may be that my
1s will come Just at.the time
rfere with my appointment,
sant to say that it It does not,
y depend upon me to be with
people on the Fourth, and


&*loig what bey

amal, Wan mobaah hW..

,eat headawes, book-
n. pin or ditress In
r elvic region, aceom-
with a debilitating,
hfi mad kldred symp-
SDr.s Piree' Ivorite

itute, BUialo. N. T., and it will come to
you byrestma 9ot


Gerald Petre Making Preparations
' to Commence Paving.
Gerald Petre, for the past few weeks
here with his brother, 0. Petre, has
gone to Palatka, where he expects
to remain for several months.
0, Petre, whl has been doing pav-
Ing In lainesvill? for some time, re-"
cently secured the contract for lying
about three miles of granolithic side.
walks In the Gem City, and the work
for the present will be done under
the direction of his brother..who ex-


One KIlled; Five Injured.
Waycross, Ga., June 2..--On dead
and five Injured is the result of a
falling pile of lumber at the plant of
the South At!anta Car and Manufac-
turing company Satitrday morning.M.
Whiltaker, of Odum, Ga., was crush-
ed to death% The ot. r five received
severe Injuries, but the Infuries will
not prove fetal. 'The men were saw-
Ing timbers for one of the new build-
ings of the new plant, and were work-
a alongside of the ten-foot stack
oflumber. The stack without warn.
ang fell on them.

S*as*ell Players and FPoet Racers.
Louis J. Kr er, ex-champlon long
distance foot racer of Germany and
Holland, writer, Oct. IT. 1901: "Dur.
g my tratlaning of eight weeks' foot
IraW at alt Lake City,. In April last,
I uned4 allaas' Bow Liniment to
my greater' atlsfaUtion. Therefore,
I highly recommend Snow ainiment
to all who are troubled with sprains.
bruises or rheqpatism." 15o, 500 and
Jl.00. Bold by W. M. Johaoma.



The peach crop has fallen short on
account of adverse conditions, but the
fruit has been fine and the prices in
proportion to the supply.

Alaclua County Abstract CO,
[lnooBoratMl ,

Pen U. O 1monPrea.; -JWBlandlIag, Vice
PV&;B R oUwn Se .-Ties

pects to begin operations at once. We do. an ecl lv Abstrat b99.
The contract In this city will, last! aess. with aoiJities for Impsartlg Pull
for some Utime yet, and this work will Infroasion eoneerming the Title. of
continue under the personal asupr* sr and all lande In A aenoa CeoOnty.
vision of 0. Petre. All bsinsm traasatet promptly

do my best to entertain yo
humble manner." '
essman Clark's "humble
s" sticks well to the palates of
ple who hear him, and the peo-
rcher and vicinity are hoping
will not receive the expected
,s at a time to interfere with
it. !
celebration, while it will be
will be given under* the /
a of the Arcdr Lodgtb Wood-
the World, Who have the ar *
ents in hand. It ts proposed
e what the Woodmen term a
-rolling," at which there will
rberue and basket p Iatc,4ad LU
9g. Let those who do net are
k not misunderstand the tra
-rolling." It does not me
me fellow lateads oelrind
field, hence there need be 6 = JA
n for reamtinng away o ikt vii
You may leave yer seat.
ht home-b4t .don't 6 'aret, to
0 your wagon or bamgr a well.
sket. m
Archer celebrao0 ed. -the
promises to eV "the b =
ever," so hitch "pW yowr tqW,
the "old lady" aad e+si 1
hke it a glorious day, as Are er
and Archer dmew "

atePa__ thi rbn. A r f
rder Confered on Paralerf
J .. ,' 25.-pr esp ,o -
,,i b% telegraph Msl.ay"41a i
'P,:,,r of jIsapa a eafsetf
tc Orde fot te ChsaUtl9e- i
I' elrebratlas'of the *Imac of
rtAnco-Jap.fe rreeft e t
t be Par Sat. AaMoer Ja-
order has ben esftner lamtt
y'alster Plchoaaa.

off Known Mastaer D.

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.layAlbot .atr4ek 'Tek Dep Is.
n the Condi nnd Man.
w Tork, Je S5,4ohn Johnson,
we. murnIdereqr, was put to death in
the Oelctric chaIr In Sing Sing prison
Monday. ,
Johnson, an ex-couvict, treated &lA
:wif badly and in the presence of her
two young children shot her when saie
threatened to eavee him.
' Albert PauLick, the lawyer, convict-
ed of the murder of Millionaire Wil-
liam Marsa Rice. took a deep inter-
rst in Johnson when the two were
confined together In the death hcooQ
(.f the ing Slug prison, and it wa,
through ad co given him that Jdon-
son. by appeals to the courts, was
tb;e to stave off drati up to thiz

LW*A9A d~USa IeDmin1fl i. VL..
iwee 17. IW,
Notito M UP" 4 1* #iOi that WIIWM U LD
ouf Wages:.. ,baaslwed moose& of W ift-
sestias.to mk 161flvetw proof is gap'
Imo, "10: aI o w *of se
rOZf N 104 f It

cash. Uss. I ..st bT ,M
he mae"betSthe I3O.w48t 0w e sffpy

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For the purpose of electing Or
trustees therefore and detenrininr t
rate of village to be assesMed a
collected therein ftr the neXtt sUoe
Ing two years thereafter, ,eletio
will be held on Juesday, July I2,
1907, in the following special Tax D
trtcts towit:
Arredondo--pspectors: Gee. Sni,
F. M. Ramsey and J. G. Beville, e
of whom will act as clerk.
Fairbanks Inspectors: W. J.
Waits, J. R. Thomas and H. H. Arm d,
one of whom shall act at clerk.
Archer-Inspectors: W. V. 8 ni h.
H. Robinson, C. W. Bauknight, on of
whom shall act as clerk.
Gracy-nspectors:, G. B. Wial i,
J. F. Heldt and R. J., Hadsock, e
of whom shall act as clerk.
LaCrosse-tispectors: Dr. Jo er.
Tom Stokes and Thadlus Parker, ne
of whom shall act as clerk.
Melrose-Inspectors: A. W. I.,
W. E. Priest and H. von Noszk.vy one
of whom shall act as clerk.
Trenton-Inspect9rs; J. M. ye.
T. J. Hague and G, W. Miller, o0e of
whom shall act as clerk.
Island Grove-Inspectors: V.
Castell, A. S. Lambet and l W.
Vasse, one of whom shall act a~s lerk.
Godwln-Inspectors: J. S. 11411. J.
M. Walters, and 0. M. Tillma4 one
of whom shall act as clerk. I
Hawthorn-Inspectors: T. J. Ham-
mond, E. T. Hawthorn and ,t. A.
Strlngfellow, one of whom hli l act
as clerk.
Alaclfua-Inspectors: W. Ti Rob-
ert.s, W. T. Rives and J. E. Hitrrison,
one of whom shall act as clerk
Waldo-Inspectors: W., iD. lnlay-
son, Geo. DeSha and W. A. L .enna,
one of whom shall act as clerk.
Santa Fe-Inspectors: M.I
Blitch, J. H. Barry and A. V. Ellis,.
one of whom shall act as clerl.
Gailsville-Inspectors: C J. Mix-
son, .A. Robertson and F. X, Miller,
one of whom shall act as olerk
Lochlooma-lunpectors: A. 4- Wade,
F. M. Colman, and J. R. Thipupklns.
one of whom shall act as cl.;.w
Stroble-Inspectors: C, Sykes,
. T. Henderson, and T. P. Ci4rk., one
bf whom shall act as clerk.-
Orange Heights-linapecto'.: f. W.
Hall, Joseph Adams, and \, .1. Till.
man, one of whom shall act as clerk.
Cherry 4ink-Inspectors: F. D.
Peterson, J. M. Everett ani A. H.
Hlillard, one of whom oshil ckt as
Louiue-lnspectnrs: 1o. Spark-
man, R. B. McKinney a 0. W.
Maines, one of whom slhl act as
Perseverance-Inspector's: J. W.
Carlisle. J. E. Pugate and B. A. Car-
raway, one of whom shall lct as clerk.
Windsor--lnspectors: .1 Jn Torode,
Sr.. J. A. Rosborough, Sr.. dtd C. Dunn,
one of whom shall act a* clerk.
High Springs-Inspect rs: 0. W.
Easterlln. W. C. Bumm (i and M, G.
Knight, one of whom fall act as
Hague-Inspectors: S B. lles,
S. 0. Hague and T. J. tayman, one
of whom shall act am clerk.
Campv ile-Inspector4t Johnp Park-
er, Jim Parker and W'i r Btele, one
of whom shall act ,a lerk.
Evinston-Inspect Il R. C. Evins.
C. J. Grace and C. I Colllns. one of
whom shall act as k*rt.
Newberry-Inspei to : Joha G.
White, J. N. Parts. ad L. r. Vidal,
one of whom shall a'- as clerk.
Rocky Point-Ikq,*tors: T. .
McDonald, A. L. la'sltre and P. C.
Crown, one of w ',11 shall act as
Haynerworth-lIItoW: J. E
Hayneworth, J. tJ` es and J. W.
Puteh. oe of wb', Is act an clerk.
Polls will ope4 ; fo'lock a. m. and
lose at sunset.
By order of '., Board of Public
InstructIon this I- 06Uth day of June,
7 R. B. WESKS.
Ch:. frtnn Sd. Pub. Inst.
Attest: J. L. i[I .LY. SgC. and Supt

Chairman Brd. Pub. ast.
J. I. KELLEY, Se1. au,

offl. LAWS OF riORIUDA..
Co. puroksesrs or 5zE'T., '~tep
delted Lh 411 day Off Novatuber. A. U
have BMed slInetose my
UWi have mae A POPlallc for is*
tousgein aoseon~ewttb w. l1adosI
raw. ombrs0,i me foUAUostl qevtrbeill '
o;e Utuatedl bAhououz,'4)r-1446r.
a 14" ollwlgSea. I.
nb o "Nl14d below saseseiwiat V10 date At
the laaansoq of smob o0r115.'at to the D~w
Wow iasi l oot~ille&tWeashellbe Ntedeedai
lodgo lw, t*Xdeed will wi.oe lbw#,p
VF, L~ 4vsof Jul. A-.D.to"
%be 111411day of Jue.A-U. 1I1$M.
s. H. W11N03
pd Clork~touloUt Vuft AM C u &*

Dun vDxUWD aUCToN s0or CMAPIw
NoUes Ithtereby ialtos 00U11u41 N.

IS.oda Withle 1WUit
slyd IOAt-us o0m6~
%he Ismumee of to'
of Upkawmo.
1106offim to

NOTIO) i ,01' APUaT1
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DR- ROE?. 0., UOWfSS

offie in millet XAW, cha a

T.B. EL.LIS, JR...

GAMnraUvz, v 4

An election will be held in th Re,
chelle Distrlet at the school house4B
Thursday, July 11th, 1907, for the pWr
POse of determlning whether ornot
said district shall be created a spoil
tat school district., for the election e6.
three trustees thereof, and tor tke
purpose of determining ,the rate w
tillaep to be assessed and collected
therein for the next succeeding two
years thereafter. Polls will open kt
8 o'clock and close at sunset. The
following named persons have bedt
appointed inspectors of said election:
J. A. Tacker. 0. A. Thifpin and J. H.
Owens, one of whom shall act as
By order of the Board of Public Inl
struction thts 3rd day f. June. A. L. /
Chatrniap lrd. Pub. InLt.
Attest: J. L. KE.LEY, Sec. and

An election will be held in the
Willeford District at the school house
on Tuesday, July 28rd, 1907, for the
purpose of determlining whether or
not said district shall be created a
special -tax school district, for the eleo-
tion of three trusteeJ thereof, and
for the purpose of determlninM the
rate of millage to be aseem and .
collected therein for the next suoosee-
Ing two years thereafter. Polls will i
open at 8 o'clock and close at sunset.
The following named persons have
been appointed inspectors of said
election: J. P. Ward, J. R. Thomas
and D. H. Salter, one 'of whom shall
act as clerk.
By order of the Board of Publlo ,
Instruction this 15th day of Juhe, A.
D. 1907. R. w. WEEKS.




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J' Tv T,

Notiep It hereby given that '
etdlcme, dishibuters or other p' .,
mons holding laims or 'bao
last the estate of"W. D. SEtier
ceased, must press t the same to th'
undersigned for payment within tw'
years from the first publication
this notiho, and a fallfre.to do a will
be plaid In bar to any action to re.
over on the same, ., "
All persons owing the said estate
must pay the same to the undersignaq
at onte.
. LULA D. SEIOLER, AdmlnistrS.
trix of the Estate of W. D. Selgtl,
J. M. RIVERS, Attorney for*Do.

I 6.i303XWBOW~33~~33~~3

-*Ws A% M. C. Poster jeht yesterday t6r the Ladle!' f* drUs *t r I" e
|If ft llaiBB":<1 ..'t. W0.1 -lt utet ww Kxpostlou, where he ex. tuiltrtaned. J. Mabao 1o, .I
o1 ctly itrday.. et a ti mi. for the next two or A *' line of ladIas' -as olilf A
ioPe i. Mr. Poster has iot left skirts, stylihly trimmed J
pcit l co uulntte ry yfor the past thirty-f our FM r. vWieIA
Yeas0, As he mayw see change in the
S. _. -. .t. of M. I aMner and mode or "d 4kng things ae m haon, w hhrit li
x I" i n Acur omer sections now." specially whewr
S. wll spend his time at the great *Solomon Warren ii' tsle I
expos tio a pleasant viQi0
S t' PwM: in brown, friends in JPcksnvjM- ,
AN AM 8 W, L Davis, an extensive ;tam orinds in J son .
.gra t/ t.. ad trucker of the Bennington secn, A. LoBi r., and son werle I th
r WOU'kM4 Og n ,-n the city yesterday. Mr. Davie city from Bronson yesterday, hic i

..s W10 A. at. P , )-M. aCd. Chs ofE.E. Price one Ad m e I
l, g' at tIJ .-; _;~~UW: 'P:""- IwbA time he has resided there. He Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Price hav
'. M, an r. 1.6 ,leW ow e of tho handsamest and most turned from Connecticut where tho
11b aoro WrOOpto Wt0*4 g a atels in Alachua count have been for the past fsw mooth
alse e 1 e!nIds will be glad to I 'Friends are glad to welcome the r tt
PO P ,. '...1 0 00 1, -' t Is prospering. again.
#' ond oof Dilh u Springs, o oer. 'Phne A. M.gDic ae a, bhe 0ea d **
- of ,. Meldo, ai, tor S.,,S.,tt,, l e'ot /1 toft Atlantic Coast Line. and quick delivery *oods, lod fro .
, t1 tn Sthro.gh the city yesterday en Jaoksonville and the West. Oan gi AN INJOYAKtl. Ymt
S*Mto *i An Palaths, his old home, delivery prices t l all points.
ow who pit We' t ru W e bets ia been visiting friends. E. C. Chitty of. Micanopy, one Ladles' Aid tSelety of AeMit
AI e --;i -t.50 valus i sikI ollt otly s4 T good mechanic, the oldest and most widely know tian Churehb mnita ellw 4
Man,.~ ,-,* good teiql 4 has many residents of that section, spent y The Ladies' Aid ooe..t o. th-
City, ^**asto roee Etho '^* j0 ad M fta Mr weHa ftbi (ift whom trday In this city ony&aL combine d Adv en nh an M
ep. are in t Phel -o to e heda business and pleasure trip' supperr at the home Bener. s'
-y. ooa,--i who BW panto t member A. M. Diekson, lelBlley, North Gaelestille,
, rwel; t a. ,maed t ,r u A _.in Pw" amiiti d a.hter, broker, ;hen In the market for I evening. It was well attt,
cit and otsPC& little Miss Ma werI i 4n1e l0tty oerielAsy,grain and feod-stuf. 8a I the ladies did well.
f tor the t a og. W d o Z !u* In ae pRoney and time. Wrileor 'pho*e An interestating feature of the
c e ms-ts hehs. 1VUILe Upo a at qIig l ,it. Mr. Powell BothI longa. dane 'phone, Ing was the program, which ,as
d-I ot-. -- an6d J. thn au cessaftl, asa ll For Sal--.n<* e pair of fine mu s follows:
J. of *vo0 .- i. b r the 'vMaie, editors ond wagon and. harness; guarant olo, ".Ig Me to Ubp"-'
SHate 9"f I : tStal te, being t' present mso. to be Agst class. For further p I- Brooks.
to cth 1er'" r P "Jth( The aike Btler .tar. a.. s apply to J. R. Banche, 04 Recitation., oe.)..a s
r a few m' io o , mant. lll of wit a l street, Oaineeville, Fla. Telephone"- M Mr lrd
lro. ationry ate tof nxt, olinl1 onon sad ehis work has T. Hd. Cato and W ) Camp Recitatio n, a First Courtshipt
ib*qs t w4d reoelv those who know twq welknown Acitises o Alac a, Mr. Turner.
t 11 ee r .s 4'h spet reMrdayin o M*, Powe ll*ates that he pro-L wii in the city yesterday. Both re Duet. Mrs. Benntt and eis
epooep oe to large sad Impove Confedeate veterans, and they re Bennett.
MAlOt oa ll B "B tt w o a f e, who now his pmipat, Wd epong other things 'here In regard to preparing pen on Recitation-Mis G race- Wolf.
o.ec.. o tri o hows.* ,ognWmaste on will be theodditlo. of power,. Ipa. Recitation, "The Last NyzM--
, w&4 *tg bud, w n the eIm ,W1 el D444 011a1: The annual W. C. T. U. picnic I11' Susie M. Walker.
I city Jys .. B- ,Iadi"e' acy 4hos0-.-% aote lot to take plaso this year as usual hin the1 Quartett-Mesdames Brooks,
Mri W. A:.eori ofl a r ,sa Mo hoose trop. 3. M se. town park lst Williston on Jul 4.-nett an M. Lera onett.
0 m0. thfu who o itoeOha at aoa M. w. Wood Leville is In the Rev. W. A. Myres, a brilliant spe .Reot t e Time HOle
w sit "ds h pe strdy a t ye o a visit to relves. from Kissmee, will be the o t We I
gPo fY .ocit I I oar alce ladles' shirtwats of the deay and ,everybody In ti ,e tli il on.. "Whe I Was a
S'.....I M u .. ..-- ...boy"- ler Jam *s Lo .
endon of and j R. T. Ill, *iilaent faMr lawn and sitk. ias to attend the peinic b hear hi e ta t o "am- Vero
oen of U114p04n Ci bo-thW4_. tue-khe ,is the ~, W. B. Crown of Itoky Poblt wus G.D. Folks and family -bay t, Re na Baird.
mill ine..e 'w.a I, having come to pade his daughter in turned from Levy.ille, where her MIte.
this ly fetabaly the "Po neuet oNr oal lc Ite har*o been o recuperating or the at Afte this games wee
t iW ena. t B, It 1 |--,. p,| -w- ,---. Ii noLreD.J.M wnoo Uten-w At, e.- ., ........ -ames
e. Peer and h n hahe John1 te of Magia, a of the olrd.ttine bur...r l yiet e toape. *9 or thm weeks. Folks t w11 rean and cake w-e-ek ,i
elrose, where 1 un1a t eat residents of that sectUon u ,d ac in b .resu i A m.e his duties is salemal at a late hour all
hey wit be pio Vtea oMr. lotbete svseterau n, wa getl he, *i 5 t of Saunders & Irli to a. ot"
ter, Mrs. elo. d si tor to the county spl l yestM a' rg Marle on his 4 naa the ladies ofethe (
-The. 0 COttage8day,. n t M t r.a is lled quite a niceamNm whil,
Fully fa ostid; water A. Eagle of Monteoc, one of igh springs ol. . e nd the benf t of the obr.
a lighting. 'Teram ron.of the most widely known and most~ was a Poent yesterday idman and Mrs. J. a..d, .
ti-n. M r. B. esueufu. faIrmers 'that Son tht city on batmess.l ohldren have returned from it.T ,. 1
tlo eason. i .o.. k er ....to.e s" o -,-ar mers Oatslection,-t W- ,, Ml ma lr.e r to ma.e .+. Q&v .'.
te wrnvi. o ud trdiaEg li where they bAve bento tend T T t S
the annual reunion l the Futc1 fam- *
t se lt- nIw toy. Thereewasahit"meaItte.ip Ala, os by 1 a o W.B o1

ch a d dr of wi t At, O fresid g at Center Hill, Is Cap tain J.e of th 1ofe .obliit pub
.home<, ate-a-__---__ I a rend thAtihafreCanJ "T. rM'Rob ofEs
Pt leasant visit to Mrs. Mattl Br own, Isor was among them wofithP t tow )a lor pa'ot
-- t ein "--'d hscity. feChra of.. M.* to .o Ii Ote court. capital it a 0 tS estr.A ili- g o "k fog, -
ietr da y. ed t Captain t sborough o former
sW- wo ork In the Miss JullM DALok, o lUlhter i of H p ftit-ve. of i oot as who arethe mee n
Se, B ^ "t and Mrs. T. A. Doki of Santd oe, has w .a t lio m ofrt r Tese i u eJ
Lower House of the ole40slatand I !hle'- are a e mn of t-
hes'aut 6f Arredondo was arrived into the city, sad will attend is quite Popuar thr u lut ras throughout the county, ad 1m ,
yesterday, and made The the summo normal. While here she d and elsewhere *be@s heo is the rm matm Mr. W11. .0
feeble kad protable call. will be guest of Mr. and Mrs. -, ouste The Sn to anno.o.,
it in -n'gedi "the- -m- ... ..,IL Wainwright. USfIs not anoossalry to bay*.IMe
es a that place. Robert Word of Micanopy returnedI sti Mler. r ~ tire before the clrk of th
larrotl, formerly o this .a couple f a"y, wh rin i i"his depart thisc / too.
w residing In Jaksouville, Mr. Pord is regarded as of the Tln.., where he willl r-sume Iige UtO t 'P. ThiS lI0huh
'a visit to Mr. lid Mrs. most competent judges of .hokue st-d, e .t the University a Bewan.ee, is gveS for the lamet oI
Friends are delgigted t flesh i, th tae. Mm eis t p s i, th 5 gtest disanee fram h ,me
gain. 'J. D. Williams and W+.T. Zetroullrred a wI!w 4,1+ -,w,,i.,,. as tma save the, thu '

among thos, who apent are engaged in laying brick on th, Mh oice I r .,. Q case. iMisi u ,
this city Mr. Borr is bank buildang. This will be WtlltMs Clnu./ d P. iasidahter, lit. THR WOMSN 10 D -.
t.e of Stroll school, one of hre country w4h uI. thed. t.ir depdt r re Abisy "" Virgia,. Ce/id Net Stand
ural school ~ c Mou- Mrs/. V. J. Herlong, formerly of where they will, i"-sd te summer. Working at Hard
this city but mow of. Mt5atee, Ala., T__ They wll he fo e a fa as Mary Willisms sa MW
Lynch and chjil of was in the city for a few b --, yesI FIiron I l Jackuoade Jllle : e C C.lark. the two colored womAn i,.
ikter., Mrs. W. L. Floyd, inopy, where s1W had been to at besefldl sojoura. disorderly conduct for i past
d to their home. Mrs. tend the funeral of Miss Smitos.ll 4' coor I the I r g Ill 3 for ma or four days. bavin p aid ther
d in Gaineslle for sev. who dedhin Msteear, Friday. Slmme than 8wo0 OUS. ,7s residents of V,,.py but no v a.ltilve fine, bi ardk: as
nd was a .seral social M. H. DeLn d of Wulliston. cashier triples in Maoon, ,. were in the ...the. ._ds
Her numerous fidends of the Bank of Williston ma o. 'f iy forashort time ?eerday. They These woe.s beloah to a else-

d at an opportty to the rising young men of that Mlon. line and now ib a II Id we or iliower.s wm. wo n soMto. w#
in. o w in the cty for a few hours yee- time to purchase. hr have been OB a nrtr visit. They I to i .be L mojyijm
.aun of New York, who terday. Mr. DelAnd is one of 00e __ Ps to the Jaw dows bposition.i b inoney .
reendng the pt few most oonervative young tbuste d will also vii" other -plaer to pay their $e.pimed at db
a -a .seet othe Moi men lt the State. and there is a great & t4eet 4a Vt"i6&lj .wl a. e w t o l?
MIn tmet 1.. re. future before him. I in lin Mil $ Bo of Wiloox s "'" m -
r home. Mn. Jackman Dr. X. H. Pound, a Gane.vnlle iboy _os0JLLI S_ _ill_ _MM_ t am -" o
nds hen who will .e who has enjoyed remarkable osecM rte to 11als, where she will mi4e Syg rug A gV
know tht se epeets i Jacksonvillle, after a brief vilt to Our *Shoo Delrtment a w ys pamiastly wa w..ith. .
Y In the amll, only ped- his mother, Mrs. 8. L Poust, r- Mvim Wile. has recently .retr- d Plant f M .ts Moreawfi_
rm at her Northern turned to his bone Monday. Dr. 0RtaluS BOmegoOdtthtiop fro Webnaiter. here she hus bems pam l -eaiel.
Pound's nuderos friends here wee for Men, Women a d 5t sU g the Ctevy-Cbase ClONge. TM*- -
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