Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01159
 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 29, 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: VID01159
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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In the, Jiat rU ide sntt a
et' married' in seuil r.s sJoal to ,IS b
arred a toWs $s'8y Phil
ips, his steIiOIa heri autsOsWethry.
O THE CRIME. *Mr. Rils' Arst dwtfe w*r Wa. shi
,* Inspiration and 'the theme ot mUM
,t pt Seape frtem paragraphs la bi. writlags, 4ed tw
years ago. Of hoter h Wrote is '"Th
nIemb 1 Making of a .AmericAsn," published
pflon Guard John t o0, -in19i0tite A
1 "I dreaifed beautiful dream t
m ny youth Bd I qwok afod feund tha
Ju *w384 "tr u trin. Mr aNtvW ii.W Oty calle
d wrdwr4 R~fyaond, o just now ( bld) tfrost I
9i6d to atUieiintiatr Upqn my he,4&gi;. her wilte
Ss y a B touched W .th sest breath
to the i flttlary footfall t he t her laugi
tBj were h'aed IS O merriest i .., The boy
of y morn" ;ert all In lo l ,mother; thi
SOf l a4On 'outrt 4irl t ^yrsalbi 4 her to
ehce M stthr. 'The t corps ilect her a
..o rary saleir, ftr oo stoute
ia at the ion of thi is IS tlhe land.
utei. lidrt1r gpaieall te iometimee little sttagU with the
Id 1 6 late 11 thr ildren I sit aad listen, and with
dead. t at.t w voice thera oa*ew to me. ae ai
.e tro ti scaffold. .h of the put, the words in
mo( Q(onavlos- HrrT her -letter, .t easedsd frst lette
rge Ryan and Edward In which she *rote down the text o
-the Anl result of a des- all ny after life: We will strive to.
p tmde on the af- sether for all thatitI nobld and good.
emrber 24, 1004 to es- So she saw herduty as a tru Amer
"the, p-ltOnU The ican,' and ayt, h has kept the
Wre obh U& c Otly pledge."
t.ivlver, and tht Mad -
qyag!li. ''' d INSANITY.P-KA MADE.
Is tmn-tity pre-
r .al.led ieo t of- Progrees of Judge teviAg's CaM ai
$y.a Ih0 0 Houston, Va.
Oars,, o Houstol, Va., June 8.-4nterest
his g ln the trial of Judge Loving for the
.a4d Rl I, B murder of young Thqodore sRtes
jaur4 Va' 'g eMbd ja|ge somewhat Wdonesday. The0
y wounded i9e. Dety features were the closing of the case
'O iaad two farmer ho of the defense after the examination
g Inu his o b wi e $ pf three witnesses for the purpose of
t.lolkly to the prison en- rvlng that Judge Loving was insane
that momelt Ouasid Clay At 0be tipe of the killing of young
HfiLde gte open to admit istes, and the statement by the at-
:' He was shot 4own and torneys: for the prosecution of what
ta rushed Into -the on- 'they intended to prove It certain wit-
the outside gate. Thls amses are allowed to testify.
blw open with dyna- The plea of the defense is that
through the, opening. the mind of the judge had, after years
Sfusillllde, then enrued of dissipation, '"which 'frequently
eseeaping oonviots and caused him to have delrium tremens
a, sd Convict Blake from excessive drinktil, became s*
lison were killed. Impaired that when he hoard the story
4 & chase tirob~a the city of his dausghtr, Miss tkbeth Lor-
Sitey d and Ryan were ing, that she had been drugged and
assaulted, he became deranged and
Spvicets were serving eon. was not responsible for his let In
Sobbery wken the escape killing Bates. Counsel for the de-
f enuse hope, through the plea of emo.
.. "tional insanity, to peTeat say at-
i TOLIN AMOOT CUP. timpt to Impeach the statemft of
.-- Miss Loving.
'A 0e aN Yard Detectives
,Jn "t Nrek Menuament to Palllnburg.
g t, Janose i8.-Three Boot- Denver, June 8.--After plain
Sdtectivel who.have jUt 4 alaple monument over ,the srave
0Two Loadoo, are te subject of hbr father. Mrs. tease m leabur
*toonjecture in retard to their Pailis, ef Los Angeles, d6uate of
i'Se rs* the late P. A. Palkeaburs, head
ltkcers naturally delate td consul of the Pact fle uri'sotloa,
w thrir errand, but a rumor in Woodmen of the World, left Wedn
,te their menlion, which hal day slght for her home wltqut prat-
amge credene*, is that they are 1i prateison to the present had of
Se stolen Ascot cup here. the order to remove the boly at hr
'tachas trophy, which 1 mla e apher to the plot of grostL&oa which
f and said to have an intr- an elaborate moaumeat to w mm-
JRe of several thousand del- ory of Falkeaburs is to ibe unidit
.was *?sterlously stolen white next Sunday. Many distlamglsho
tllsplayed at the Ascot race visitors will partlelpate la the o*-
fee- -_ ,uerclses. among them J. 0. Ilce, of
33: 31 1 4mf Omaha. sovereig commander of &h
e b., l.M Aftr his --toIn Brnch of the Wonimes. who
reted to come back to live __ _e_ t _'__y.
l, because of his drinking
George ICKuammer, a quarry- Moeenger y* Heney eMde.*
ed to the barn at the rear Lp9a3. June 8.-George am*-
s house, lay down on the telidt, an Au ,riea. Wedaydpas a
,blew hliself to pieces with seward lor oneasty preheated a a*ef
4ftaaie. He had carried ensgr boy with 0SO for Mreshe to
tIn h hi hand from the hima ba w hi head ldled tp

be was employwl and wbth wa BNW and Jlielry "VtN
planned the suicide it at $15,000. *The bo picked iUp t 0N
S ti refusing to live In the prialpal square ef th eity aMd
All that wai left of him listed of tutmlf it ovTe to the p-D
Ikoios& was a leg. lice, he telephmsed vareo boetls is.
-- til he located Mr. lelHaa t Whpee
Ld ,t Letter. card he found leide. l
q 0.i.-4evies T.

Wws.I~iOwwmehp Vime&
Jacksn, Mse.. lane 3-
qf o eeterwors eaers. b

jie y "1ucy11ANCSMEN AT WOR..

0P' nlI"U I-C U C f ]qulanta, aneii, i.--ili No .oi ofNY
-. "', the senate, introduced by Dr. L. 0. _
S,- -aman, aesaator fro, tethe irti-
w avre surprise to Spring I- third dqtrict In wiCh two Due. DathiDealng Electrical Storm
M on of.. prohibitfol JI the state of
d orgia arises, caused quite a great weeps New York.
--*- '" dIal of oomieoat to legislative circles ---
y -- .- eaores vTouch th it ,It l pa the
SDefeW E lxpresses Themeel pI.1 t bod(y )le lrl I d. After Pay ef Swelterin% Heat, Storm
e w withoitl objectioa. @l1te it i orm
e tive that They Will Turn W it i~ oppobectp.. u tee ves r New York City and
bloes n Proecutils and AcquHit H 1e rdbfd. tir ensa0 b 1ome or- VicInty and DCoe Great Damage.
4 weed. ilsbe for business ssd vOe ,Severil Piree ccur.
it ,. Dr. fHardman arose a tated d he had
d Bol", Idahb, Juhe 2---W. P. f- *a bill to introduce. New York, -June 28.-- death.
s vis, the wItlde" for the defeosl tI The opinion of St or one Is that if dealing electrical storm Wednesday
r thease.aalnst illiasi D. Haygod, .the prohIliltion bill paes 'the so- afternoon following a day of 8we!'.e
. tpok the chair again Thursda a&d W. it, will go through thb houte of taking beat, soaked with humjit',
h theater Borah continued the cro-Wsi. *srsettatives. .wept oyer.the .ity and surrounding
s amination commenced Vednfisday t* aongg, the protoset' tamperance territory, klid three. persons, injury.
1 tnoon. aders of the s*tte e eat. in the edveral, caused many fires and did
S Orebard comeuneed his story ,oit enatR were Rev. Ai BIealer,, Rev. considerable damage.
s blood-curdllng crime wlfh blowing up 'Sam fitall and Will i. Uilba, ed- In this olty the only places struck
r of the concentrator at Wardner by 1 litort he Golden Age. They seem-' were two churches. The steeples of
mob of 1,000 unson men. The mill ed to be very confillebt that the state both were torn Into fragment, by
e was. at that time being operated by would go dry by the overwhelming the ltfhtning bolts.
h non-union laborers. Orchard told with consent of this present-legislature. Walter-Dixon, a negro, was -truck
a the utmost detail the story 0 the This is the first of the reform meass- 5y lightning while stepping from a
a trip to Wardner when the tiner aures to be brought into notice by the train at Fishkill; John Lawless, a
r captured a train.compelling the ua.i- general assembly.,' It a firmly do- workingman, was struck and killed in
f neer to run It to Wardner. He said elared others will follow in rapid Brooklyn, While the third victim was
- W. F. Davls, as one cf the Ita- saccession, in Union Hill, N. J., where she had
' a of the mob, and dnder cr-ols taken refuge under a tree.
- amination of the severest kind by thu SANKHRAD WILI. SE ELECTED.
e defense, stuck to t!he tcry, tasiat- "CONOMIC BARBARISMS."
ing that he saw Davis ~on the ground Bellevood the Alabama Senatorial Sit
and on the trait. The defense put nation Hae ees n learned Up. Kngllsh Member of Parliament on
Davis, a btg, handsome miner and an ontgomery, Ala., iue 28.-With American Strikes.
effective witness, orf the stand to con- theo,statement of Aieutenant Governor Nw York, June 2S.-Robet Wil-
tradlict drchard and tell the jury that Henry B. Oray, th1e situation with re- lm Perks, member of par;'amortn
Davis, instead of being at Wardner guard to the United tatea senator- who returns to andon the
on that day, was In fact at the town ship is rearM&d as eared up, and hrurnday, after a business trip of a
of Gem. In the direct examination the.belief Ii prevalent that Jol- h ur.day, after a, busaid iness trinl
Wednesday Davls lade an impressive Baakhead will be eleoted to rhe point ilew t at tne frequent labor itrlikn
statement. He told of his Bmove- e ably filled by John aT. Morgan at that ate n t-
ala u on the day of the explosna at the reassemblag of he legislature n te United tates ere an
,Wardow, said that 414VAd i p l ow ONV AnJMr., It 11111, aomia barbarism.
Wara said tthhiat 14 not know ert n July t fdedM. Perks is at the head of the
'rchard, did not belong t6 the.unlon mea bet posted ta with the ad- al company, being an engineer
and wae not pt Warduer. al tsaratioP taking nso rt against Georgia Canal company. He 1. an
Stick to His Story. him the endoral of Bkhad by ensineerand has been associate] ith
Under Senator Borah's cross-ezam- Mr. Gray is known td be fully in the largest engineering utndertaking
nthation the witnessot tuck to the astoryaccord wth and in the onf lence of in uEnglaud ad South Ameria.
that he wa not at Wardner. He ad governor omer d t s not thought "President Roosevelt," sail Mr
Smitted that he saw the train go by or ome i o tho t Perks. "deserves credit for hi leat
mtwith somet00 menonthboardnall wear.b for a moment that he would make the
i with some 800 men on board all wear. statementthat he did without the fall courage in opposing the ty rn
Sig masks, but said he did not know statement that he d w ut t full the trusts, but there Is also, ,-Anno
any of the men; that he took no In- knowledge of the executive. Mr. In the unions, and In deaIln g h the
tereat' t the fact that the train was ra takes it that with the vote r- l th unions, and ha dealing ith the
going through under such ptuaiar ir- calved by Caitain Bankhead in the combinatos he h adopted a dd
umtagoing through under tuch pthe primary and the feeling that exists in course. One thing that s.rpr:ed
cumstances. He could not give the me here was the numerous strike- I
nanses of any union men on the train, p. ion tort his aitlbos nd be will think they are economic barbarisms
He did not ask whp the train was allowed the full fruit of hs victory All questions arising between emp!
loaded with masked men, .and he did the mrevenf the eorse- ers and employees can be t-
not know wheth the am carried ent d nomryevenIfth endombrace tied witlibut appeal to arbitration. l
arms, he did not ask where they were eatdDnt pey have always made It a practice t
going, and when the train returned In legislature. moot the men employed by us and
the evening "he did not latIn re where. Camp Rprts Amusing Game discuss the problems with them an]
they had been. He oherd later, he WNoJetr e ltr 'mp tell them what we could afford to pay
said, that the concentrator of the of Y of athleticfa who We nvr had a strike."
Bunker Hill ad Sullivan aine hJ Just returned rom abrod, saw while "'he St. Lawrence canal wii. Ct
been blown up. but he did not know about $100,000,000, aad if the Dom:r-
where he got the information., and i Engand a game f basebl h- bout $100erm nt,000,000, an Mr Perk t :.
did not learn until the following day twen Rpodes scholars at Oxford and "would adopt the plans it ought to be
that anyone had been killed. a team picked from the association awohed in four years."
Immediately afterwards Davis said of the ballplayers of EMgland. The four ye ."
he fled to the Herculee mine,. where ame was the most am las he ever Companyie Capital
he remained In hiding &ad then got saw. It bega atr I p. i and at 1e Atlanta. June s.-The Rome a t-
out of Idaho, changtag his name to O'clock three ianaga bad been play- A stlial U e In.rance company
Jones. He went to Butte which he dand the sore was e fa-compiled thL e Iu state ltaw ln ac
admitted was a mlag mp con vor of the Rhodes me. e ercomple with th e recent dai
trolled by the Westerna edoration of the ore rose ,the eater onthau- corn G ra Joh ent dec. t
anm of the spectators. "I left at the Atorney General John C Hat '
Miners and while he was then. there end of the third nlag" Mr Camp icreasg i proposed capital ':"
was no reasb to change its name ad. Te may be playin yet." froa p5,000 to $100,000, an, -'
as thae published black list was not ______^bee. granted a charter by the '*er
n torce there. "tary of state. All Insurance ,,'
Ineedence Depot Expteion. The M"Millenahle 8ttwberry. panles chartered in Georgia "'
I1o line of the defense that the erk. June .-Pat those dlng a o-operative or a-.
plosiom at the Indepeudhaoe depot wa day nilht at a di o wholesale a capil stok of $10,000 i .'Ps'P t
Ilaned by the mine oweVa and de- seed e yrho hav be aoh caiin a*ttck ofhen this f a a7
teetlves and by accident mseatteseIn dwa tt irby an le h .ogai- zrllidon a 'f
the death of fourteen eal will be o Wte tit new tfrit 5 eaay e to work and go tp
d4evulpeI by witness.g .. Counsel for traisd in New Jersey Uhlt will beg pani atock. the 'wKortndT ",rn,'4
the defense claim to ha o o owr n aes the "mtilloaaire strawheo t o eJ. J. R...
two earprlie, to sprtig oU th prooe. I Mr. O'Ma si the i t. e RaWlr, are J. "
eties and It ts probable that they e almost as t lare as a hb aler. rios.u louce, J F' *"
wil all Adams to the stand. They t v d the frm i w C. oC. lbe. J
iem themselves as peolUve that Jm he said, whr Cte new be t c -w
thy will tr the table th proe Is L- nd oud that nea LOs s'
WSe and acquit their e it. rot- two apae iul be Ir y lor market- Lsdo.n'*ht 2.--The threw l8.
ig t e tat the reset of te i* 45ebt. i the home of commons ci-'

aes-elmamnt)nof. hewitow - muw
,*ovht forward by the Ashimn up to ;cmf

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?rl44Y n4glt by

ruler, and

Dr. t';

,of Gainestvll
a e following ,
t, District
Ruler, Or0
saod the 3t) & .
Sthe 041 Yo f- W on
a lodge o there.
990 ges tr~imal greet-
C aubb, wbde h a St Win.

i to be preeent
Bpo the sa year, he
gOted at this tiUe.'

1 AATt NT.
$6^,e Cm, ,*is De.

at irfactbory on

MOxollent sairsfactiron.
o' South Ga*n se.

Tn 1m, .M /
t.. ,e morttafd by Jane i
."iiyof sthe compawhs wentho
anything pa Mri nts
ik toui lmy tro the of armed,
S ws holding beinau
die tart. It has a ca-
dughts r, Blanch. p. aleh,
i excellent satisfaction.
lso Instale, and the plant

bk all right again.
o Ntoryx of the Diqmond Ice

y qehafer Ipnured
indls Thurhday, rs. C. PhD.
||bjMl the laftortute to fall
SBl r as the wheels wy for ent
l apreslon, sustaining painful,
sp h eou, Injury to the arm.
l Sobafer waS holding In her
.. tmime of the accident her
Pddaughtor, Blanch Dampler.
also tell, but fortunately
afer's friends regret very
1risf fortune, and trust nhe
1b1 all right again.
tend Ditriot Conference.
I J. Ni.a., pastor of the
|Hethodslt church. H. L. Phifer
H, H. Baker left Friday for Cole-
'Hrbw Ue y will attend the
w o c0 e of the Methodist
pal Church, South.
Jlhn requests The Bun to an-
tat Dr. Andrew Sledd has

wanted to nl thne plpithe

Inmornuing and evenhit we
f market 1s full of shadqs-good,
'h.aad hndiffere(ne-but the

the best teetbmonials we


"r, b ', y ptiH w- -- df u u

where he a" he was taken b a I o r a *a . ..
aInt custodrcm.,e 10uk,,..'.. ..t ~b d
Ne leys tA*' n~d a li OlW. aip ,, mt rdb.-l-is .
wiot. be, ahe tr I f asercthirA I a.owm Qis y~ EMbtmoa K.tow nb
h arrOst, st penlt bhim to go to h s ift wo ,

whende thee e d Wa take a pn in- thei g
for thr ulwalsaernt i ofhisO mssiuonx. hi* 5Ob fw lcW byp1so 6 edla oft i saem
Nealeyr s tbq fou tu patient eunt U = Thuv, ,lab5 u100 ., "n d Y ;_ OI
fro til o ttoy ae this o amr s A s

sis r to ib d r*C a o
montb~ and I i ol as though the .air w u ptnbce as tofi" we .cti Jl .
fo the- 3ibWj ohid ,ih dih wU ton 16onsidweer- b e w
Tble tr Stmp to i aueieuyntl s by entadt.
fr i theis e* ois eon th. eof-up hanog6to a

moant, arteti a s though t hae a wire-

Spractdcin astl on t ob rge aout.
a igtte and abAlt east of te square.
WThe company 'Is fIto Into squas ,

A Squad u'A V 4wpDood one com SAW f 2

missioned o ter. two non-commia
*loned officers g$ seven privates. GW b "WMUA fW G SY Rt
On their ca ap the men ipend the
night in the regulAton "dog ienIts,
omprising nothing more than a heavy AN FiRANCISCO, CAL.
ir/y canva strethed In a V shape. Frid\y I l P U.i.Ai l Md K

dition c, Lieutenant Shield. Warren, SE 5!5
formerly of the Franklin Count.i
Guard;, who is a cract shot. BIG STORM AT PALMER. EJ &B B'B&BVB B'B J'B 1/
TeMAY 00 0 AOiL w That S*ction Visited by Heavy Rains
Gainesville Guards Have Been Invited Information reached this city Fr. U I
to Visit Dixieland Park. day afternoon to the effect that a .
The Galnesville Guards 'have re- heavy ind and rainstorm visited-the n a Company that rs R' p'a.s.ib, a'. Ct r ; C
oeived an tvlitation to visit Dixieland Palamer section. The wind was of Wrtten itb Liberalit of Pohcy Gontcit and t, .... ( o
Park, Jacksonville. on July 4, when great velocity, but there was no nia Pays lo mes Promptly
the militia of the Florida metropolis trial damage. The rain ell... in t r- '
mroposs ano of that 0You Are As qurred
Thfine program has been arranged. s n
r where elee, have sfRied a great
and It Is proposed to make the Glor- ie. a . g
ou.s Fourth in Jackonville a day to deal for want of rain. That no serious lose can overcome you without yc&. ha. vC me
be remembered. ee" ,.' - I
This invitation to the Guards Is HAIR TELLS CHARACTER.
quite a compliment, as only thbetst
companies of the Stats are to partci Color .f Hul said to ladiente a Per. L | it d l lll I
pate in thls celebration. d. g" t'nrtasr I i
Captain Blanding of the Guards Many people ae.ieve ba't 'onde. 01 None but Reliable ompanie, Repreeutsd.
states that he may take hisa company lisht hair 'Vrri.-s ar@teiorni :nd darV l
S o. i b... o ....orh. i hair cont;zicy. A peron wtthNout h.ar
to Jacksonvie on the Pourt. t not devt of charter: ffr from It. [
formerly ofThe dIspot.ha.mm .if t.a ,vc.,.e bil- 1 n T A _
A Qul*t Home Wedding. heuek: sho'n I tO- M' .. VA P ALME R ,
Ther w T t'.e v'e'Sre O-'erq. atS* t l:mmact* eheiedo .tally fL a ish. Vde. (Aly IVILLE. Fn*t
Te sa quiet hoe m wedding l. .~.and. ,.hi:f A nd ricayn ,n 'on
solainlsed itn this t at 8 o'clock Iortonr.u ache :,irt, :. If, ",ou 8'fb'our.n" red.,'10
lTh raday o evening ti conDtracting cauina it to eoefte totally a m 'veI .....
parties being Dr. U. H. Hannah *f weeks' t:ne. To r.'d th e scatp oaf tCom pany. .. .. -"
ruced Van tatndt Ilal oS.dangPeroul terms It io s nec sary to apply
8p|,, W Va. and M.ss Laura 8. .. e,--^o..., ,,** "1 a^ l Tn r 1 nl 0 TU PnI'initIV
Sock of this olty. The c re y wa Dtroy the caue-you rmnve ithe I UL I
performed at the home of Miss aock. oe bl whent ad .rain e tor |
106 Bouth Plesant street, by Rev. stname for ample to Th& Heroietde Co..
Those. P. Hay of the Firet Presbyter. e nts, a w -" -m 10 tlZ oox-ipoxato
iThe .a.. .stands. at t hea o t hf re a of sc ta E. E. VOYLE, M.GR.
is pro In West Virginia, be- Albtreeta of Title and full aIformnaton tornis ed regarding lns ea t
/io p rote Jai koonYians I ,o,. argn t, ionnty. Our aosager has lived In tho r om ut ihirth yeare ad
Se of the Mp READ eonrn with an title.
of the Pocahotas Hospital In Casa. WWW rdst __HI TELL CHRCT
oQe te oft mort Important -ntitu -
to.ai of the kind in that Urtl c AIDS OIESTION o8- aV PI O.
The bri,,. while only residing here F FIRl, AOOIDINT, BrU1OLARX AiD IODEMNITY INSnl ANCE. S
a ahorttime, has made many friends. aS nkpeo.ereeied ve "tha- tired etia 1 number @o pifinelt AmeerleS 8Cd mnnlish oso.pa
al of whom reret very much to mee teeey" UWeS heaw. *ff bread i ALPTATE AV IITY a A*t.
ter ateo but extend congratulatlohs. 5a o At r Gainro" s Flor id
M. .and Mr. Hannah l.t, via the- IT's YtOUR OWN FAULT
^boal Friday for Spruce. W. Va.. ___, r___ .._ _ _ A i____T__ .V__
T-e,' they will make their future F.,1: G S0. M ERC HA'NT & C .,
bou**. ^iemdas roa t BetaeieasawJobbtth
Aeri^en to Larkit Carter. KEYSTONB 5AKUR.
larkia Crte, while ea i S L a Fancy Brouen ,
'a;n IinmI atStarke on W
pwtls bingDr. R Hanah of eek' Cne- o rd te eclp f Cest

VeO 0t wO sA ILLIAI AEDKRSOU rlSai a a rs
whic wW aeaa that. t sneowt.":r4_
for a luw do*.7us Te e1 sntton SD IUGN AS=!L
a ,ylas ampawAT IDSad 3Memo muto oel"e paidbiOhskme. am Sd 5h'
44 m_% -V.mapailh.

WZMAN6 Olnisw.

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itl iAr

ohe o the ot con-
ks for several y w t a

blocks f NO T" w l o t a
day or two ago0 to the 0ddls Man"-
facturing Company, who will con-
struct for I1. Hill. t therOer of
ast Main- and ast U liberty t0e.0
a handsome bWl& and a building
which will be a credit not only to the
owner and te city, but the tste off
For som. time Mr. Hill, owner of:
the property, h4bnm ootemplating
the erection of this building, but not
until recently has his mind been ful-
ly made up on the matter. He final,
ay decided to act, however, and the
result is that the contract has been
let. and the work of m n away the
old wooden shacks has begun.
This building, when o pleted, will
be one of the most ndodern In the
State In every way. It will occupy
a frontage of sity feet on East Main
and one hundred'feet on ast I berty
street, and will be two stories. The
material to be employed is specified
as hydraulic press brick, which will
make not only a handsome, but a
durable structure.
This building will be constructed
with a view to both appearance and
light. The entire hundred feet on
the Liberty-treet side, both floors.
will be French plate glass, while the
East Main-street side, which will be
the main entrance, will be of French
will make a modern structure,' and
it is understood that the toilding will
be occupied by a department store.
The price was not given, but it
is said that the contract provides fory
the expenditure of $20,000 for the
building complete, and the owner will
have possession January 1, 1908.


Forney Lancaster of Ocala is In
the city for a few days. Mr. Lan-
caster, who is one of the most popu-
lar young men In this section of the
State, is associated with the Consoli-
dated Realty and Improvement Com-
pany, which bas charge of the Male
ef College Park lots In this city. He
is well known here, and his numer-
oas friends are glad to welcome him
John Wiliams of Port Myers,
formerly an employe at the mechani-
can department "t The Sun. passed
through the oWt Thuraday en route
from St Pete.r T to Alahua,
where he will b eaasected with The
Alachua Post. 'The Poet, w.teh' has
been dormant for soe fime, has
bet*u purchase by A. G. Waldron of
Dade City, who will resume Its publi-
cation aoout July 1.

Bethel A. M. L Chbwrh WIn entertain
Preachers Here In January.
The Bethel A. M. B. Church is mak-
ing big preparatMs to entertain the
ministers of the A. MBI. Chrc, who
'Ai! hold their annual coaferam
* some time early Into January of
th"' coming year.
in the mantimse the members of
Bethel church have a desire to paint
th-r church. hMtall new sets, etc..
n'l have subseedptio lists now out
tkmg the spport of the people.
Thee lists are betag S raly signed
SIth libural lmalas. th O gnersl
t'ing amonoS M Meat prmineat pee
D- 'f the dty*
The wiul le ias enedse at thMs
,'erence ftrom 0 to -40 pa
r'eeeenthg ery *eOWMin t the
8ste. ad a b sMS- bf eeeomm d
Lm" the e dw people as thta

of th 'lad~t hb. w Io
*O mUmbs at*M ab WS
^ the ae to **. a. a|
**PW. adi so *

knos qulyto
ge~o satli efor

Met a ev ~eory hoInuseke-prI
-p U DW nildutoterdmyhwerI
Ai.mal M ?wg SSIU
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Orange Heights, June 28.-Master
Armel DIdley has returned to his
home at Lakeland, after a pleasant
visit with the family of C. F. 4 dy.
Mrs. M. Schenck has been ill, but
some better at present.
Mrs. Ida Hearn visited at Waldo
S. Yearwood and family of Melrose
visited the family of W. McMIllon
Josle Hazel, after a pleasant visit
with her sister, Mrs. Johns, of Me-
Clenny, has returned, bringing her
niece, Mrs. R. Murphy, who expects
to spend a few days here with her
grandmother, Mrs. V. Hasel.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Eddy and two
daughters, Miss Minniella and Bessie
Eddy, drove over to Gaineavllle
P. TUlman is putting up a neat lit-
tle cottage for his family.
The Hulme brothers of Hawthorn
and a party of triads took in the
sights of our little village Sunday,
and after watering their horses at
the well, returned home by moonlight.
M. a. Jolly spent Tveral days at
Oalnesvlle last week.-
PurMee the l d Clears Up the

Everybody sae edto tke ulphur
at thi s eao. Nothte ke It to pui*
ty the blood, delr qp the eompleajs
and remove "that tired feetn." But
the oly way to take It its li U
term. saaoook's Uiud S r
taken laterally Is the beut Spri
tonic. Applied tertally Hanesk's
Lauid Sulphur quedly cures Zcmas.
Tetter, and all Skin Ddepes. Han.
cook's, the only Uquid dulpbar Olat-
Lt. removes Pimples, Bleckbads
and ores, and gives a bemtlfsl soft
velety skLTa. Your druggist ael" It
It cured edward D. Herring fe Freder
tek, Md., of a bed case of Uase, and
he write: "My tace is as smoos as
an nfat's."
AUabokt.lphur Booklet free. If
you write Hanoosk Uquld Sulphrw
Co, altJm're.
Captaan StreObar Quite III.
hfarmatiot has been received by
friends to the oet that Captait J.
N. SWlobar. who spent several days
here dureg the eassos of the aprhtg
tm of the e0 t 0k ouMrt. rtg
whek tim he wVas t Il, has M r-
ed a redopie sides mtamflg to Ale-
bo a.d tat his smaditonIa Is qe
apts Stftkhae b many fe&swe
here Whe wo re et very meh to
last oa N M M be M bt nM t that he
we N mmvew.

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bae" sd'l# that non. but a-me. af
altrwodlnar) taste can M~lY 5ppm
Obfie Sest rifte &wnsense.-JapsA TIMMg

_It*eYslatl iu~-A Iarried ee'beooty,
Pd fr Vatl' u.iYou read" oof 5 a
4tneS Mof ~ne h s Oated for Smo- I
gbeMau-its dkla't et -SM W -WWbs' Y M I r

Wye: this towffp" be& I* o W
Wbsr.the u5qmw
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Chmpift $PodWugSWd do WOw
goAs a. hdmUiS Po dh" Is
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AM 'V Ufarm"
- iniu

aten Mak Ak A
1,l ane '2.- dpt
e mSLibon says thnt .. .sa y
Port sueqe 1its appealed to tWo
rt oreig, O,*t whlch are not nausBt,
to In with King Czrlos to bb).
Ish th< r lve measures now b*Ig
afore d &1hemler Franco. Th
ehpresC the British minister "d 14
moie r110co had a lengthy An-
forence oW4uesday. Nearly 250 po.
litical plsoners have bten bonflned
publl sewspper that r sup- W a Bought. o Mwth hw as "
p"sedS declared his attention to 1 OW0 O Yw has b0no t00 0itlre
rint a h Wt3al In Spain and mug-. m ad has been made usdW his pevw *;
gle it lato tuoal. @=&I supervisor sage 1 s l nfat y.
SAllownoone todecet o ian thio .
(ta extensive Tour. All Oou0 tertflts hatime and 4 Just ae br
Berlfnu un 28.-It Is stated that hpawt I ts0* t #oa with and enudanffer thO tl 0 i
Count YTo otsadowsky Wehner, who U&i" a M-d Ch lIo--Mgpalnce against ht *W- T
recently signed the porfollo of min-
lster of' t Interior, has planned an
exthnsrit tour embracing various aI m T
countrliq rn order to study the de- a O
velopm6ti la osolal legislation and aaastvia is a ba e aS aShtute foe rCastorO%
that he Will not accept another port- gode, Drops and got Syrups. It is Pleaa1at
folio. hIs trip will include visits to intlae m mlthert i Morphine nor other N
the United "States, France and Eng- iubst e. Its ag IS Int S guanteo. It destroys W
land. _ad allays Feverlshm s. It cures Diarhtea and WV
C Sivolt&e. It relieves TeetkhN Troubles, cures Coupsti
all Carriers ort Strike. and Flatulency. It silallates the Food, regulates
Butte, Mont., June 28.--A11 of Stomach and Bowei', giving healthy and natural sleep.
the mall carriers of this city went out ghe Chlldream PrmIMes- The Mother's FPried.
on strile Wednesday night, the men
declaring they could not live Isn Butte ENU E
on the present scale of wages paid ENUINAT
by the government, despite the In- tCA nltl-naA A L
crease wjloh becomes effective July & t o
let. The men have been receiving
$600 for the frst year and $860 for
succeeding years.

WSiab- rd Train Derailed.
Jackworvile, Ila., June Is.--The
gt, The siw TYouo Hae Always Bo
Seaboard Air Line train, No. 81.
leaving Jackwonville for Tampa,. on
Tuesday idTht, was deralled 4 miles 8 Ov O Yar.
south of Waldo. The accident oc- I.n U For Over 30 Year
curried at Aidnight. The cars were wi>emmmMeaeweMv, n M"M.me"mo. __.of
not badly damaged and nobody was
severely i1 jured. Conductor A. W.
Bowling was slightly hurt. ,- ,,,'_'_' '' ''.
Sunday School Convention Jra. 8 M. Ota AM. *PresidSt H E. TA. AO,
New Orleans, June 28--the Nation. o. W Ji. ViePresidesS Las G IAuM. ANt.

negro. be8an here Thursday witre 26
states ropmented by nearly one thou-THE
sand dlekgtes, mostly from thet
south. The sessions cover flve days. .
CASTORIA aptI ... ofoooo 0
NOO 2 a 011911M Surplus ***...*... ** *.... ....... 20,000 00-
The KW YNu IbVIWMO Pl oterins Paid on SavingO AN o ste sad $tQfWateas of Deposit. All
Dan tm Tnussosed FloppsJy.
....f. TATLIS.

'He Whe Keepeth l Tensue."
As old fasbloned mialster was visit-
Ing "im son In Now 'ork recently and
was taken to a fashionable church for
the Sunday morning service. The pa- H F DUTTON C
tor iso a young man of great culture,
but evidently his oratorical efforts did
hot greatly Impress the visitor. for t
when they were walking homeward the
son remarked approvingly:
"That was a ood sermon, an excel 4
leat sermon. The coagregatou Ike
Dr. Bank very much." AND DSALERB I11--
"YTe, a good sermon undoubtsdly,"
blh father replied. "It coed a t pl. ...

A N W Mt e
Wm -e tdhat hars tsebi tIIOe pm.
>N< hr-to do thiae a esl 9WPUdba. .. .U'mee.a
i *meMTy. Many beie nw - Sa fl5eM bUj niWI m, a 1w Vo e*3 om, h-" Lains
MS Worms Bad tach inel h da'tZWgl5 W---sU amareme M
Noew ,e-f yoer baby it fS ergia mwl m*eme eMim r mie Sa has
d4 a1 sleep at might. It to frMesbis
wth wor s. Wbte's Cream YVend. ..__ ,. ,
Iw Vwl out hMese mW Me r
a 111, plamut way. stf
a.lwa GI-asdd G S l -., .

i believe it whuyo Yb
MId. *None buot a at etraorfl. |
ry talent ea write LrSt ata |s|.
Neft*." lHe at right. And-l be Bt .


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mett41- mp.
last 9=104
house 0AW4.
th e ro#*Iu
will be
tor a w"Ir
mon Is*01 st': ....
toes SAM$ in
Wo pecotlon be-
.Jdro the order,
.'Jaro the

Users. soughtby P"".

I'mueb* ourke*o everSa
001341 assanit. MA40 b
! ai.6 'odress"d inQvwr-
*UlWe Victim wa Mrs.
ibiF -mvp -ladh. my of
oft:, Varties e hunting
iQ~jftxg OmuW, but at
*. Ifiursdoy howhdsit

4tbhre othe ReyIold's brands
a *n by th Intrnal Rvenue

u 4scaryrd them
bpo,,u and- i oi .thand ch
qualt mc pouds orftBet
gala of ont*d of the bntr
increased con t of chewing
'and smoking tobopos in the United
Bvldeitly, chewers cannot resist
the flavor and t chee SCHNAPPS
because SCHNAPPS cheers them
more than aiy other chewing to-
bacco, and cvery, man that chews
SCHNAPPS passs the good thing
alonr--one dchewr makes other


elation int

*there are in
to the trade.
'i A St Uis like a cup of
Java o sweetened just en
to britg out its natural, stimu
qualities. SCHNAPPS pleases
class f chewers: the rich,
cause they do not find a chew t
really eases them better at
price; the poor, because it is m
economical than the large 10c.,
15c. plug* and they get their ng
ey's,worthof thq real snappy, sti
ulatin flivor so appreciated by (
bacco lover All imitations c0
tain much more sweetening tlI
8CHNAPPS. They are made
way to Wo poor tobacco imprg
early cured. c
For the mrah who chews toham

&,?1 M. rf was. R. O at ,bCU cecrs-untlr the t ,t now eS- Sfr toliom iakl, there is no cbe
om he. ... d, her 1 the tabished thatthee are many more ike SCKA S.
S. "thr~tBt. 4 thought tse tole one ,
4of the hie works on the new ra at pud In C .t and c. Pu
,,.1k .via Ap iota a s t. he d t. Se._;. .re" t M WoIs ad I. Plugs
egaeaTl fill early.*Ty V.
difolln .who was U oeha ta. c .-. J. REYiT4 Te. TOnIOOi JOMPAI Y,n Wl tai-Salm, i g
lettlfl, Uad brought toiet- the s he$1t shlpp ease, whrln the M .
f or4r aMmitant., ooposbd ofcet 1i charged with contempt of A. w. 1907, d tce oou 1 V
M OlatVI. of Oobb coun- the UniteStites supreme eourt, four of sale, to the highest b t blL r
,,INadlg elerk; L. Ores- witnesses testifad Thursday morning der therefor for cash, the allowing
S jibout ral 0;rk ; W. T. in beh of kthe Med.Ti dr l wnds ded hMi, Itusatl, lyCO sLd I N
at"^ Jsaper co0uta k messenger 3ieqsga'y9*e "m Will 0- Tbeing in the county of Alacbea, State
^. OtJIupor eOiaetyr, nmonwIr De Vo _blleoman Will Burk, of Florida, as follows towitt
X. ". etor, of Pultona, D-Mept rfBaker and GOsloway. The South half (%) of Lot Two ()
S and 3. moran. a liutensat la of Block Three (8), .ange Seven (7),
ap of apeaket b local valry troop of the National f athe Moltall s uwvy Qf the City
Mr 11Ate began, bil twellith ard. Haran. testified tt on the of Gaine sville the ahalf
Loof Lot One (1) of BloV ck Te111),
S beeb hits a l 6 oad term Bight of the lyneblag of d Johno-, Range Seven (7), of rel Jl
4 This latter is fm-ark* federal prisoner, Sheriff Shipp said: vey of the City of Galnesiil
D r e tirhaot he basU boo mu*- "I did everything I could to prtoct Also, a po. e or pa"re of ud, ly- IIm
l o b time. By i fair det- the prisoat. I did not know that Inl and being Is the City of Gaines
ad oouM tesy he hab wot there wa Ay danger of a mob, but ai11 d*~ lb 84l wtOw
of the bouse. botb be and theyr have oued me." ge was then Pe woatAf ty o' O S 2LA.CTi WEEC
It W* pPssie ad 3so3 ob has vboSint a d stateO etwi . ek Two (2) 6? 16af wAddi,
e itt to oppoe hn im. ti n to the of Oln and 8 *
SolteuntWet enters upon his Saebull ayeW iand Poet RNser., running,_ S. uth. -yroeX ) tt; Jackp o ville end. New York,
yeor as lerk and be, too, has' tnca otch B (w, eer [ | -4W s.b10) feet;l J.oionv. ,e and Now York
Prtlclarl free fro n o m tio GeraIOt. a 1Oy W ee Un R 8.0.,b'(100) feet, t A_ 8.. both ways.
*by oStn It fentday AWc *to business ,oll wt., O 0tt. -, l. "Di.he to the pI e bl g. p9aceT rMmt S Mm Is n tc Ce gtwlll Sert
I ,Oly to attend ttrtlkctly to business m y11,I e ^t weeks fn Also, MOt plee 1or parcel of toot, AID a_ o p c -
n*o s *aw *uroug.hly organised %U4- lyitg snd i sbe. In thsi' Clyde ew iEngland and Southern Lu
4reaf f -or wIM. S I I stats and county, and described as
a" I a Swew L taemt ,t follows, towit: Omomelncing at the Freight Servies BesNe JAOOVILLE, BOSTON Mad
I n th.e m8 nay m strtla. te. r Northwest corner of Section Twenty. P OVIPNOa, AnAl amterm Points.
B T firt feature of Wednesday's j atB e"ie ow Lue1e (2) san run*Ia g louth 9 n O-IBog seventt0.rleto both ways.
i of the seate, aMAld from to al w 4 witt (70) g tto a stake; thence U -mI W....L a ILINGS
at o ufl S n Akin as m lmi h e l." 14lo1 i14t (39) ,gr gsG.Ahrty (80
Iston of ductln of Iasd pro- l s'ts t fW Ud fe-t bo. hbn ..... .. ......... ......U. Le.i.'Whar' B,,
II, WU the Itroduction of a bill 'e W. 440) t; iMtrtytwo kth **bo. *...... ,.. .... an oo of Osherine .s.. Jacksortil
eKlstor L. (1. Harda0, of the (I0) e ithitty r.I). POtesO,
hta district, to prohibit the Bat 'tt- .. Ia.
5 tight l this Itate, aid uset # MuS" d uw a O ether.' (822) set __ v J yg Le
BColumb, Ga., JINm 18.-4aa- dere *SLa nildivrourd f T m i a SANFORD
fIord il, to Aego arrested at La.1411- 4) 4M aeo, aidN Stake ,
Im o 1ra VeV to urcogeebeing Oer of-t Seplag a Palatha61 SAandleredseL
mu4e4r of M sthat M, n umi, (,') Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"
his brother, Pramk Mrly, to Er. feet; theeo *4e (49) deo Isappolnted e sal as follow t Leave JekMtile, Sunoodays,. Tol
Hal Brewster's sal yr. He ,say that agrees, t d (0) ft TbTralade, 8:d p. a. Retuming, leve Sonford. Monodays
be was present but W hi~ad eag to to a stake; thenae thirty-two Wesndayssad rM*P, 9:as. M
(22do with the IniB. (83) degrees,1 (30) minutes
Wdo wi e kI .Wet five htaudred9 d fltty-e-lit ;.m ow. -
....U ,,,* ,,(668) fee: t; hem* .othf orty-thr b BCL A. .
Call for state oventso. (43) degrees. West two hundred and.................. ***
ila tioa City, O. T., JU* NU.- seventyAve (275) toot to ato stake e; 645 m i .. ................. ................. L a
L. .Haa, J3mo ea lmant of the Re- thece North torty4or (44) degrees, 8000m*.............. ....... ..o ... .......... *
forty-five (45) mittes, Westdte .....t ***......... .............
publican stat coMlittee, has Iued hundred and twqlty4ve (1w6) feet AMrlweDm...................... *t. ............ .1
S ONI PAINS, ITCHING, C1SSY a ol or a state Mav^Wl to be to a stake; theneo North forty-Alve lMOam.... ................3.wgime............... -v- -
KIN DISIAn1A u, u TOM, Po e Md- (4) degrees (1) minut mg A ICENT O S. W. BY ST.,
gentlyy cured by taking Botaate ... ,et to the polat orf beginntl. con- 1. XM. IA.a0, .A. P. A., Jagk rville, I'.
oBalm. If you bave aeb iad ,Taitans to au thaityane in bones. back ndf tJ oita. aw M ba trctoaml fU rt t jfotVU, P. Potr N. Ma r York.
Seabby Skin. Blood t or m lOW l a& 1 p1 o1 the the West half (S) of Section TwMity. O. II. TA P. T.M., 0. 0. BMW, P. A
w ; ollen Glands, n d e ~aI allow a= m ti ofx (1) TOWA Ted n (10), Booth of 00 .* 4a
3 mnpo on the Skin. Mu h il af t HWEMAm I, Range Tw M are) Kst. 1ew h -__ e y rk.
S Month, Boe 8rThroat, P09p41s,0 r i t oAo. te .t1 of the South. L. D.KSNls P... l l.At, Ca.
S a ROgeeT erupUons; opp oor A t W an ( ) of the S outhwet Ae, W L bFGs.
M p o s or R a s h on s kin or r d. B r 0 111 s ,9r q u a r (% ) "i on T w ety-t oe jP Oja J a . O %., t M II . O V .k,
Or aWToun; Uloers ony pt M M. ) Towaship NN (). Boath of fk llerte r ii. -'r N P
the body Hair or Eyebrows tkan k gii Rans g 4 NNinteem (19# ast. coitataftg 0. P. (L A9 ti, ttA .n vi*. Fla.
St, $artbmole or DBols. Takle btstes e Tweaty (M) mo re or -. -
Bleed t lm garantd** to are This thI June. A. D. 1 7.
.Wet "a1 aobt deep-seated, ete|L l BlI00Li0N,
gals all nte stops all awelttga 5. W.BLANDIN,|1
blood pure and rich, I .--M-1 ll l J. 0" ADI. U G NS, 1l0A
atthe e ntiro body Into a 001M MItONER AL -
h lthyClonditionB. B. B. RMll... Am rL
149 Ind blood remedy for 0'i'l -dhe lfrt-- -- l --1....1- o. .. t ,0.. AU*l3 13 06 .-
ANOcR CURiED. sNlo .TAWN ... ..
bhare Pa n al amAas lS 'o ILI Oj -
thee develop late owA. mx L"# Yab*** .
Beet M L 3Lt s. W ale t^ We v>e Sn* *N a--hr a* M
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Carrie aIo Is "w vto In
Washingtao ity. a wa retod
there the h twor 4fo drderly
conduct. S91^- 1.5 $.
President Rooeveot has so. r en-
dorsed the labor tiloau' tprogra for
a shorter workday byI advocatipng an
eight-hour day for wive and mothers.

The raies of the pt few days
came as a bloesln to the tarmer, not-
withstanding that they weoe late. The
drought wh) as. Js jt .bo .wrokeu
was one of the last knoea In Flor-
ida for years, and seemed to be sen-
Mr. 1Eyan is reported to have said
at Richmond Jmhat he would be a can-
didate for the p nocratlC nomination
for President, "'t4be party demanded
it and if he couesided it for the good
of the party." A-very sensible con-1
Mr. Henry WI tey of B ton
is making a greatit hbh im speaking
campaign In Mainachuett for tarit
reform, which is added to by the di4-
tinetio heaped upom him from the
White House of being the oriinalJ
member of the An2nlas Clpb.

Love for our heroic, warlike, peace
making President is so great in Rus-
sia that one' writer predicts that the
name of that country will be changed
"from plain Belle RusNs to La Plua
B1lle Rusuvelt." The Russian bear
under that name would certainly be
a greater belle than the Teddy bear.

Between January 1 and June 16,
when the seaon closed, the records
show that Ash to the anouat of
eighty-six carloads In bulk and 4.,04
barrels were shipped from Puta
Gorda. For the preosedin tfall *
aon. August 15 to Novembe 15. 211
carloads and 7,3866 barrels were hip-
ped. This 6,5641,00
Pounds. which 18 up to the avenge,.
Thi. is one of lnorlda's great ah cea-
ters. and the prince of pleasbortal nar-
rative resides there.-Tlmee-Uonl.

The trial of Bdwis 8. Holms, form-
crly associate *satstltan of the Do.
PrtUnent of Agrjultur. Is lproceed-
1g- Accordhi to t" e v now
bug given ,oowt, It would seemO
that Mr. Hoaes ogMht to be nt
to the insane a lm lastead of the
mitentiary for nt makaS more
tba, he did out Of hk Informatioi.
otton e mn is rep" or a loc
*s and manIpulated It to sa t the
-s of his eSg who were play.
1L1 the market. e hod a sre thing
a11d 1 he wasted to be esrked at
1 :, would meeo that be alght have
Ade mtiltos jt a esaBs U he
*~b thousand The testtimy
that he was seil11Wg ir-w
to there eor rowr New Terk
)ttm brokma -j tk a rake0eo
4 t'r wwlBe. so s es to bev
# ist ai m 4Wasi saw"
cr* almae nr m -t atW at
k* bet A m a m erelm
a wh heat e hAve -e a

.eNStM fS MT ftoh. ad.
a thetrr ate than any
in tbohe O tate. They
a edpt 0ageas of ,ldian
rtory, WtA o I`to lt oA It
iN-na ellat ts paw4 to teta by
Some. tost year. Thy ab ne
Zand are not ytng ot a*
to p o, elaim many tribe are.
M icUned to thntak that this yar.
mt busitae" eo a Somte, for tm 14.
Iops -of the trle I live with ear
roite. They a irwy Wary and have
liaw childes. Momt of theim \are
sala toI proteaeeonal. work or
Ar Some of the best bilnes,
*n0 I esmr met i a small omuankty
ire to be found anmg them.
"When they have their anniversary
they will have a SeOt powwow. All
;he ocdchlefs will be there, not tn
wa polat and feather kbut In good,
readm ade suits and with a hand-
lhak and genial grunt for all the
sd skinned brethren."-Waahldnton
?ioat -

The old Unioa soldiers and the
nexpoes seem to be mwakinf ommon.
cause against Secretary Taft on the
ground that he Is the "heir anare6t

of President Roo lt orr Nicholas oWood. a promisent farm-
tenant-Governor Lyons of Ohio, a Or, and i tly killed him. Two
member of the Grhe dAero tem were fatally hurt.
Republic, and Joshua Jones, oolprdl,
ibade ipeeche at Xenl Ohib, recent A E N T S
ly, In which they voiced the sentiment .
of the classes to which they belong.
Governor Lyons said: "This country TRADEMARKS * COPYRIGHTS
has never Indulged, In the heir-ap-
parent theory, and is now too far ad.
vacled in republicanism and demoo- U you M wifts me I Wlld8
ray to have any use for sugh a doc- sas sr, whau# afgm any g ion
I am In favor of Fqraker be- you may sa rgarNlag patesta.
I want no man at Washlngton
t represent me who has not a mind
of his own, and I admire him the Highest Bank and Prefeeslqul Ref4
oMste t ol mont comes In con. -
o1e a0 w th the big stick -
an-be bbf, hi opinion.". Prol. NH NALPH BURTON
dewt Joue, in a passionate speech,
added: "I am a Christian nd a Pat Aat ey,
minister of the Gooppl, but I want Sond Suildlna, Washlgton, D. 0
to say here that I damn those damned
ellmlaatere (Roesevelt and Taft) and
all they stand for." And yet they A P U D IN E
say that there is harmony In the Re- CAPUDINE
publican camp. Why. the old cess- CUe as sS
pool is spouting hot wd like o geyser. V
Perhaps It would be more accurate AN MMl Q.
to say, like two gysers. shee a
Widely divef.ed sad o af aS --
are the ways IIn weh many people
see Florida.so me e with the REVIVO
hammer, knock everything a4 every- M u"
body In slitr follywls iwkb a
Striu of isliropr e and66
talseboods In any n6po r the a ia
Induce to soaept their tuL. OOthe
dome with a clean." Io o J H
heart, revel In the glorlas be l _es
of Florda and theiero.at is
more like the truth. and aMus fie e.
the Sta. J. Yata Peek a rre
cent number of The 8tado Union
of Brooklyn, N. Y., la one of Flortda's s
latest friends. In his article, whi ebg
occupies a half column or more, he i
h given a compact butbut very masapu
metary story of the State, cover-ms
say important points. This is quMto ia g
a coutrat- to the article of GeM P. .
Rowell ai Prnter' Ink. a lttlo paper sPA
published just heroes the river fra iMmo a. Uil M. Ao am. m
Brooklyn. These views were xpreze. 9I U lo Ias iaVIf 1 Il04, y1
ed by two people of virtually the smne W,. bsIL O
dity. wbki gosm to show the diversity r 9 ," M-
of opinion of th" po.

wamr u of OlAeSOts er COatu that
s onary ms mey de-UM wasasoeall

A age s 10o M AYthe wa d ing
ser s MW tso 0use dan0 8e
OR I mIu & pubble Pw

2 _A
---- w--e-uMa^ ___^- u 1 < ''^^^BB ^-- fu-liL-uk




A *% ,Thi0
Sa tt proper regret to pikt
S arge of friends that the
.a during his short
tat Iftxhl t. HIs record In'
e athre hasa not been partlcuadrly
llant on the face of it He hi not
eotrd any very trying problems,
aeo1 r baa the made any palpable mist
~s~'. t would appear simply that
i io isthe, Vfitt of home plities.
utive pemtlme are warm in Japan
bhe goe t keeping In power
hilealr t m e of not taking the
people I stp KM conference. It is
known anO 1ao alS here that Am-
basador ,o bMade several reports
to his ot hamlett a the sever-
al subJea rtction between the
United SiB J &apn and that they
were trukut : p6rt also. But they
were not ,i out to the Japanese
public wl~a being thoroughly re-
caMt s1im 17 eau'e the. government
could not ftrd.to promulgate. any-
thing that sound like a pro-Amer-
can doondat. 'Ambassador Aokl's
enemies t4advantae of the Mstu-
tion to aOpsh his real. Poeal-
bay Raroi leo who is to uceed
him will a t*e to keep the Japanee
governm*l aplied with polite fio-
tion ao .p United states' or If
he does tll the truth will lothe
It In tex ru e. The latthta
that Jan'-' nts in this country
now is '*, 4lseve diplomacy."

SJg i Allls Parmer.
Nas ha., June i7--Durln
a storm ust#aaed uar Clarksvllle,
Tenn.. tiww4 l might, lgb8tnlng hit

gees *jg *.... el

The Atlantic Coast Line Rail

People all over Florida: see the Atlantic Coat
"Purple Polder" for sehqdules to the Jamestown
sition. Two daily train each way with through
man Buffet Sleepn ars.
Season sixty day and t fiftee days.limit ex
tickets on sale daily from April 19th to Novembw
at low rate.

Coach ezcursions at very low rates.
For further information see your nearest a
agent or write

DI*leit Pear r Alogt, AthUi. Coust Lise, Jwkhvioft


Air Line Railway


Two egant Trawi D&4y(


Modern Pullman Eqvipmnt ',,,

The Jamestown Bixptsdn Lin

Norfolk, Va.

k orls M o n Sale Daily. |

I., *- v w w


AN ANTISEPTIs that atop Inrtationm sub" ml
m aon and dive out Pain.
PENETRATES the PAre, loosens the Fibrous Thmae,
maotea free circulatio of the Blood giving the Musclee

w. 8. aBay, .P.O. Tm,a. wrltee: 'My
wife had been smlnieyers with paralysis tn
S er am, when I wi to useu alard
a* Lb Uweuth owui a ecoale"re. I
u eOboe thtead $1hM

as M.. A

T I. M O e ".A

r" JTImtown Exposit
.@kiu u

a -

NO ,0

'V. A inc-ug.w..!a.w

w onfil
any of
IL. and 0


Of the
taoe of
is now
of the

0 19ae bustl-
to exercise,
rd of dir or uly au-
e or subject to
.1 powersos as
fiaalyt on the bustl*.
1Gcmuntinlg or
notes draft s,
r sits, by buy-
coin, bull-
p on personld
urhase, hold
Sreal ee as. provided
; to a h branches or
I any city r" town In this
eoresoe all the necessary
I functions of a banking
for the transation of a
aka buselness, under the
a the laws of the Stoate f
Nfersoe thereto. To en-
rr and tranoact the
$beos of safety deposit
y, o procure oft ona
Me valt or vmwe ftor the

y wo and vapables.
J tol boxwe or vaults for safekeep-
a to y pen o or penoes, corpor-
Jo their agents or repreentatives.
mo h tepo and conditions and
S1 amuph oompenMtlomO or charges
sW u rental, protection and service
Sthe d corporation may detrmlAe
from time to time.
*4 General Poweme
To It as~ the agent, factor, broker.
e repreeetative of any person or
erm, or epoMtciof, for n Atheir
or rpreentatlyem, in the pur-
ale. mortgage, management,
W;f or alntOqas of any property,
al or peeoma Its rents, Issu*
wsodusta or ftoo or In regard to
S adjustast settlement or pay.
t o any an or Inoumbranoe
ee to go ader or eoeeste any
W t attorney relatim to any
Sprperty executing ad dely-
c dda. ote ot other ia-
SStingttthe Utte to Meac
e oat or lel
l to pu owm. e
encmmbe m a and diepoe R
oads, product o and properties.
nal and pensmad oI eery kind and
description wh. and enas en
cumbranoes or mortgages on bh
real or perneda property, o
sany nature, duration, orf tr plrh
oee which lawful; to sub-
sertbe for, puibhase, reoie. own,
b hold for investment, or .t wt e. sell,
d4iapoe of, mOortgage, eubl plede,
hire lease or convey, wbeer P
Ible or lawful, any stoO, area.
hOda, securities, aote eW ouM
ept, or other oblao or prop
et of my kind. ter o w LMy pe-
MoW, persons or other an.
ad old the owner ad bo there
to xerae all the rifhte, e
and power of ownersdlp te to
Snprgreat the same and exerclae aW
voting power thereof, and conduct aM
busies or transaction in eoompon
ith or apartment thereto, t Inles
Sor any other tate or county; to t*-
Vest the proceeds thereof ton sme
as may be prescribed by the
we of the tate of Florida, or by
re PhatioUs made under orIn pte
Sthereof or by the by4awr of
oro dlm t' i te dIon

Bte a hlawset the State

^^^^^^^F^^h^^^^^ ^^ j^^k ^utk ^^-A6.. -


awful money of the lutnited
Itet for whid this co0
id= exilt hall ie ninety.
is biinsMof the ad corporal
beedotd by the following
0 s or me a
r d kV O aot lem than v*e
Mgem. The office of cashier
tetat may be held by
h. .n.oo qwo od not
Mf "' of am cor.
e* e number of the direct
e ed from time to time
f-t, but at no time Whall
L *O five (5) nor more than
M baM of directors shall
and cashier and
rmad agents of this
fte president and
s a oh powers,
i of o ase may be
t by-laws and all offi-
so appointed by said
i be removed at any time
seq 0l of o aid board of di-
The dllot prdent and

day In January of each year. The
date of each annual meeting may be
changed by the by-laws. The stock
holders shall meet on the second Tueos
day In January, A. D. 1908, at the
office of this corporation at Gaines.
ville. Alachua county, Florida, it
eleven o'clock a. m., for the purpose
of holding the first eletlon of offers
and transacting duch other business
as may properly come before and be
disposed of at said meeting, which
aetaing shall be the irst annual mea
tau of the corporation.
Untl the offers elected at the fist
annual meeting shall Ib quafidd
the business of this corporUtd haoll
be conducted by the following uuned
Presldentr-W. R. Thomas,
First VIce-Presldent--0. W. Chase,
Second Vioe-President G. E.
Secretary and Cashier, Elbert D.
And Directore-W. R. Themas. C. W.
Chas*, Ir r. Duttm., K. Broome, 8.
. Thoas, J. A. Maultsby and J. 0.
VL-The highest amount of indebt-
nes or liability o which the corpora-
shal t aa time subject itself.,
not e sed the amount of its,
capitalok atincX time actually
M In and b undm n e

or Unable as auet t I eoesedig
two S IAU Aa 000 ), an-
count of dem o thd nature fol-
lowing; :
1. Money deposit with or collect-
,d by the cempany.
S. Billse of ehange drafts drawn
alnst mosey a depot to thq credit
of e m~onan ot duo thoreoa
*la to stokhbolden of
theenSafm Y to, dlvdends aM d reserve
IVU-The name and resdMecee of
the ube6rbr g isoepor ato 0t 0this
.corporation toee with the amount
of etock ubertbed by each. an as
W. I. Tao.m Oela le lorda.
"0 hares.
C0. W. Chaae, Oalmemole, Florida,
Ga K. Broomo, Gaineevle, Florda,
M sh el .
IL P. DuOtta. GneMevUlle, Flrda,
It shares.
John 0. NIc*ols Olnesevine. 1Flo
it. A. Maaltby. COanpv,' Florida.

detmre meW.
h "Ne. l 0IIL
SS^t DOW in *M *-


ato of the
wneA loew the lf
F t4 tyr artfeles of in pati.

I0 ar below.
r -. C. VOYEL
,, X. VOYLIi
SArticle -The name of oe corpora*
to' e hall be tadog a"otsdry and
Madchin Company, s andtn principal
place of business shall I Archer,
Alachua county, Florida, od It may
establitsh offoes worktliM a genie
t plaees wit te e 'tate, of

Arttcl 1.-The geneak NABOre of
the business or busneases i-
be egagd I and tranusated by and
oMWa hall be the maufactro
buVY-ff an4 selling of machinery and
apllaaees; operate fouaderiee buy*
ulg and selling all kinds of ron, brass,
stel and other metals act a agept
Setre,-etative or any person or
eorpoation in the purchase and sale
of machipery and appliances; and
this aWrporation shaa 'have power
generally to do, performa have, hold,
acqaire and enjoy all other property,
powers apd things as hald i be In*-
dent, necessary or expdmient tfor the
anducting the operation of the busit-
ness, and generally be vested with
and have all the power granted, or
which may be hereafter granted, to
corporations under the Laws ot the
State of Florida.
Article 3.-The amount of the oap$*
tal stock of said company shall be
Twenty-five Thousand Dollars divided
hIto two hundred and fifty shares,
each of the par value of One Hun-
dred Dollars, to be paid in as follows:
Twelve thousand dollars in property
at a Just valuation to be fixed by the
directors of said company at a meek-
log to be called for that purpose, five
hundred dollars in cash, and the bal-
ance to remain ,In the treasury to be
disposed of in such manner as the
directors may determine.
Artlel 4.-The term for which this
corporation is to exisit is ninety-nine
Article 5-The business of this
corporation shall be conducted by a
president, a vice-president, a secre-
tary, a treasurer and a board of three
directors-the office of secretary and
treasurer may be held by the
same perpn. The board of directors
shall be elected by the stockholders
at a meeting to be held on the rsnt
Monday in September 1907, and an.
nually thereafter. The board of di-
rectors shall elect the offleers of the
company-the president ad viep-preosl
dent shall be elected' from among
the board of diretors.
Until the frst election, and until
their sucoeser bshall be qualified, the
following offt"e ad directors hau
conduct the buafnm of the company:
H. Maddox,-p'elet;: C. C. Voyle,
vice-president, and B. B. Voyle, sec-
rotary and treasurer, and N. Maddox,.
C. 0. Voyle and ,. E. Voyle shall
constitute the flrt.board of director.
Article *.-The hithest indebtedness
or liability which this corporation can
at any time subject itself is Twenty-
Five Thousand Dollars.
Article 7.-The names and resi-
dences of th. incorporators of said
corporation and the subscribers for
the stock thereof with the number of
hare subhcrlbed for by each are as
H. Maddox, Archer, Florida. 110
shar Vo.
C. C. Voyle, Gaiaesvllle, Florida, 10

S Voyle. Galnesville, Florida, .
shares. *

State of Fkutla)

Nsoaapowlly 4a this i8qk day al
Au*e A. D. IM, Ubefo.e eA. UM
Voyle, a ~mobig p klicen ad 'am,
am"and SWft appeaed Ha NO&

me wo kUo hapt ml moto m to
he theI opere.Wo MAwbd Sfe



Thef M14,'Ubt~


the vetern $hlOWN tq
v@UsS* cl&'p h byW tue
puboat~ice. ,Ibe& pper whew

sing amw o OW retk of do~
-bs~cr -m -:~ tar ~b

wrilt UbC th p-CP S) b4 -.il
slowlly a uuuub lr~ib.t 3I'
mitral tea~kes. t 'dY~ Jewa

B. fercpmpbia ..u.W gWp
fr or do amwm"OdawP
auwmh a,. bt Demwa ~t 4
tematiela O vishuess o04
foar"rIng r apifru

V~y tb.DW dbmt Is thisi
til eWoake wege.Confo1unde

and WOM inthi pukeort
bthek of bodum seo=M b
mreu eMe end ft hes
thesonIsonr tho w Isae

wor? th th ai tplba e as tat

dnt bali bonnetl kep es
spedint a arg abate~ kofhS rem

forty ym isbused i tla his

Uprodtn~t aksh wee confound
bmnchr 61 business sllen''ud b

wruthD hedng tdayasItwa
forty yei agbo.~ -. ruLehIa
Bultn. aI ~~oblm~
-~ .#~ '*'I ~ ,- g *tit 1.

ta*s. m I* Me6*
Is *no of s moeebsat eeA 0

Notice of Application for Tax
Under Setion 8'of Chapter
Laws of Flerida.


7 7
~U~EaI~1AIS & PE~0
Over Dutto11 & Co's



Notice is hereby given that J. D.
Philltps, -.rchaser of tax certificate
No. $0, dated the 8rd day of July, A.
D. 1899, has filed said certificate in
my office, and has made application
for tax deed to issue In accordance
with law. Bald certiicate embraces
the following described property situ-
ated in Alachua county, Florida, towit:
8 % of Ne U, Bee. 84, Tp. ., R 15--
80 acseres.
The slid land being assessed at the
date of the ihuaneo of such certificate
Ia the name of J. A. Ivey.
Unless aid certificate shall be re
deemed acoordina to law, tax deed
W Issue thereon on the th day of
July, A. D. 1N7.
Witness my official sinature and
seal this the 7th day of June. A. D.
1907. S. H. WIENGES,
Clerk Circuit Court, Alachua coun-
ty, Florlda.


Alhashe easy is 808,'dsres I
area, has 31 railes rroad 0
miles wago road, M postole
138 poble ehooe, 27 pbospal
plants, 20 saw mll, MAW e*i1
oUes, foor newpaeprs, am pN
doeee eaOr, 4o0on, ri0e, S9I
eaw, rye, potatoes. p wnepl,
uew. peosas. pee, plumstalM
eae.and all klads on Iel

aIuiIIe, b Cb .I0 SOL
Has oewfteegr esheaeo. usHI
sboos, he UIvalershy ef e
-.w-t a. -

oever Dutton & Co
Pho' 280, Gainesville,



G~sover4mAreus Endei's, P b


081ee in Miller Law Exeh

Offoe Phone No. 2U5; Residesze




Oase In Hayman'BloeLk.



* Fu

O4 '**II you. ,ity property,
proteW and unimproved), phb
tmu9lt Band farming lands, Sed
SHti of what you offer for ale.
And Solicitor in Equity
RBI Estate, Conveyancing mn/
oral Patiee. All business pM
atewedd to. Ofie next doorw

:Round-Trip R1


Atlantic Coa

Line Rail


14 5 D folk; on al< e*
tyl I stt sona days. N3I
Ae ,-Fifteen-dal tyt
8 25 In sleeper Sto.
lowed Wtshin limit of ticket.

$27-30-8i.y'da y tielk
allowed wiLhin limit.
5 7 -9Sea.on ticket.
S32l75..eepe. SID
)owed within limit, Pee lth ,
--ALSO- |

~ S12.loth to July 11
Septa. 15th.
,.allowed West of meaDl,`$ or
0 1. 5-poritfl
"Wide" owe ofato n5skb

0 SAM PhILyt 3i1 "
s psepumGeL ........
C.... I....
~O, 3re
~,!Wdgsm D.C.
0, ..*.......


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". A



are that the treitv

W, will pot redvot have rich totMi
s ontill next aut nrAmer..
United States ,IvueT Am *Q A
61 the departlet Of 1W A
ris on a basis whee tlms ss t-
ide treaty relations. pM a s lan.A
ho Its labor thus fitr, olr
a submitted for th as2t26lrW ii
of the Panama goW iOMt3 a I H g
randum which, if aogtptallio s 1ai*
le, may form the baaglt the .l
otion between the two astleo. stmsar =a alM of
h governments are being as ist- lft" "i t mil n t
every way posstbl by the Ualnt-. to e on l a lttle book
ttes government in the stop Ofestersod
g to an amicabfe usaderet adl3aS* B no l4.T- 0 toIa DLntSo
e proposed trwty the propeal- in.t t e eaan
said to be that ColombM NlW 4, ,
ie Panama a an wineendeat toS l" k manrvelom. la the nani
the only country in tM world *W i ls rtl f Ws iJssesi ad
a not yet done go. some ai- s4o mm sst, 1 Dr.
ding also may be mehed as to g1ag aI
nount of the foreign debt of a tstdB 5
-ik, "-. '. 8..A .fa A edcasA ma.

bia that snai oW i owsiuuuu massa__ _
ied by Panama, il r9t otl fQi
th American states surrender.
I1 claim to isthmian territory. a iI
tight Killed by Explhote,.
hmond, Va., June .--By the Jits wi tron the et
ture explosion of aI blast at Iola Ma&ve, me roots. &7% eu
[- ufacttrve wto Well
o the Tidewater railwy, nes rS- Dr. lreRas ad they aniS U O p
t Neal. CorneliaUs BUlvaa', a sklihd ebeutal and pharmaclsna with
aer-ln-law of the ge Mal man- d bUt f atis
of the McDermott Oeuntetaiothrhnmib-o ctio, A%
ny, of Chicago, who aM char e i list of Ieir to. is 0
work; Edward ark, of Char- eac, o w ,
Iuntv.u Virginla. and .l1x Its-

were killed. Four others were
usly injured.
-Nelison Fight P1opod.
Francisco, June 28--tBe Britt-
n fight which was scheduled for
3, was postponed Wednesday
to July 31. A reason given for
p cst;onement is the inability of
o to continue trainlag owing to
bscess in his ear. The referee
e fight will be ohosea July 15.

Cause of Many
Sudden Deaths.
is a ilisease prevailing in this
n ni.)sttdaIlgerous becausecodecep-
tive. Many sudden
deaths are caused
by It-heart dis-
case, pneumonia,
heart failure or
apoplexy are often
the result of kid.
ney djaease. If
kidue_ trouble is
allowed toadvance
.. ed blood will at-
le vital orians, causing catarrh of
S!.rr. or the kidneys thenmelves
, ',a a.'l waste away cell by cell.
h'llhf troubles almost always result
l44: rn11ciiment of the kidneys and
e i' i ,tini< quickest by a proper
reut of thlie kidneys. If you are feel-
t, w can make no mistake by
Ki:. lr's Swamp-Root, the
L cilv livetr and bsladdet rentedy.
,rr',cct iwihility to old urine and
'i:::.,a in 1.ising it, and over-
1 a it iulzpeasant neceuity of being
St,, go often through the day,
*up nmany times d ri .the
S inhii and the extraordinary
on*'. ',p-Rooxt is soon realfted.
*. lihest for its wonderful
t diiressing cases.
* *.. : .pleasant to takeand is
... s i fty-ceut alnd
... les. You may have ll
*' t is wonderful new dis-
"ok t lint tells all about it,
n'al. Address, Dr. Kil-
S ; :.;iinatoi, N. V. W'hen
S reading this generoms
S ,,1 :. lkI't quake anuy
S *.iiltw.r the lii uiie,wantp-
S l 'aV. -Root. and uhe
'^' *^nton, N. Y., on every

Dan Harrison, Prominent Citizen of
Montezuma, Suicides.
Montezuma, Ga., June 27.-Dan 8.
Harrison committed suicide Inthis city
Monday night by shooting himself
through the head with a 38-caliber
Silith & Wosson pistol. -
There Is no cause known for the
act, although Mr. Harrison had been,
beard to say several times that he**as
going to kill himself. Monday night
he tried to get several friends here
to buy aim sunie morphine, declar-
ing he only wanted to take it for
Failing In this he secured his pistol
and went under a warehouse and was
found Tdesday afternoon sitting on
the tongue of a wagon, with his hiad
lying on the ground between iis knees
and an ugly hole in his right temple
told the tale.
Mr, Harrison was one of the most
prominent and popular men In Monte-
zuma. l:e was a Maiun and Knight
of Pythlas In high standing, a mem-
ber of the Methodist church and from
one of the best families In this sec-
tion of the state.
There Are Few
People who know bow to take care
at themselves-the majority do not.
The liver Is a most Important orAn
It the body. V. C. Simpklis. Al, ba.
Teaa, writes: "I have uaed iarbtne
ofr Chills and fever ad Ind it the
bet medicine I Tqver usd. I would
not be without It. It is a good for
children as it Is for grown-up people
aMd I recommend It It t fine tor
La Orppe." Bold by W. M. Johnam.

=M L Main St., Oppoate Peetofoi.
Cabbets and facy Woodwork
made to order. Puranttre repairing
marmtsde ant elam ana g"mefactory.



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~4 .- 0 tab om J.F. Bunch has returned from t
4 ,, W tersbur, i beo re- business trip to Evluston.
OF peratta" f*or. t V4mek W. R. MeOregor of Uve Oak was
ni Ilp -. rL. W. Robei peta- rea tI O k the Brown House yes-
N dtive of the Stat* Ufe Insur- _rdai
Sate Company w Mrs. J. C. Evans and son have re-
of 06110111 i 7 E5 the city yesterdl f.. turned rom a pleasant 'sojourn at
A For Sale-One t 5 Ules Sabreae.
111 eby and wagon and J*; itS Mrs. J. A. Williams of Alachua is
J '.- 'e ;to be first class. N rt thes' partiu s in the city, a guest of her brothers,
cAL ANDO O lars apply to S. Iseb. 404 Captain J. Maxey and Col. John B.
....... : Pearl street, Ga m Dell.
I. Happen f P J. D. ShaD or a lillW al Today being St. Peter's Day, ser-
Toldf it T 'aIn the city for a t vices will be observed at Holy Trinity
hoook day. He was eon m 1 plaeopal Church at 9 o'clock this
S. 'Archer, where Ne bedIf on a morntag.
TMe sun. Visitto Mr. and. C. W. Blink-
un "- vis l" to Mr. and SIe's.0., W. &U- ptphen Cullen, formerly of this ty
pper for sale allnEqpositionsMrs B am/ but now engaged in farming at Hae.
e ll dMrs. W. B. Ta&rtr Itred Ytr* was transacting busalness in this city
of rice. 1001 CA t2aw.LT day from Sumter, 1. 0.. w117 she reteday.
les typewriter for A has been on a vit tMr. and Mrs. Hon. R. B. Weeks of Hawthorn,
o.lce. .. 'Gilbert Taylor. iia dad of Mr. hrman of se Board of Public In.
leases forM Iat1 60 Mi. D. Clouer of Trenton spent and Mrs. Taylor wIll comratlate trection. was a business visitor to
Super hundred yesterday in thIs city. *.--e upon the apt4 at their o t ete y.
of a few days ago 44. $ e 8eIrL
p J. D. Riley C. s'rinley of Cyril was a business a ew d g a. and L. R. Kinsey of Bell were
te city on busdt e vlalto to this city yesterday. FOURTH OF JUY.*Seboard Air in the lty yesterday. The former
ed room t to t Apply ptn W. P. Shettleworth of MIo- Line railway willU l tickets at rate etd application for homestead
Pleasant tr0anopy was In the city yesterday of one and one4ht4 straight tares with the milted States land office.
10 "Inthe city yesterday. for the round trip Wwof all points Mr. A4d Mrs, Boardman of Hlssue
Wet1on Wa 0 Marshal Chas. Crisman of Micanopy with minimum r4 .of fifty M rts
or points on 14n41 wa among thoee who spent yesterday Tickets on sale JSly Itd, 3rd l wer among Uthse who favored,
the best priatd at In ts city on business. 4th, good returning a, or before July GCaitm with a T armt yerty y.
riese cal at 1 s. .W. Banuknlht of Archer, one of 8th. Mrs. Boardman was formerly MIn
ers wanted at MI J. T.* 'Ia the leading merchants of that ee- Mrs. A. B. Oliver and little daugh. C of t y
Garden 81. RatN U at bl. ti on, was 4n the city yesterday. tr, Miss Bessle, and Ulttle Miss Lola urvewor J. W. Patton has returned
Sale or Rent- S-t. Mrs. J. M. Boring and t"ree chilt. Kts, have returWdt from Houston, f W w been on
Arredondo strU Apply to dren of Waldo are In the city, guests where they have bae on a brief but ofclal' buslMess. Col. Patton has
Davis. of Mrs. Boring's brother, 0eo. P. pleasant visit to the former's brother, been eugaed ln msrveying and lay1il
Soles typewriter riblons. the Morris. J. M. Kite. They ars again at home out the plot of Waldo a it will be
n the market, for aleo at The Trainmaster A. I. Pooser of the At- to their friends, N8 N. Pleasant incorporated,
tilce, 75 cents. lantic Coast Line has returned from street. W.* P. mth, formerly engaged in
Best typewriter rtbeM o the an official trip to points in South Mr. E. Voyl Oatf the Long D.s- the livery, business at Newberry but
it for sale at this otice at 75 Porlda. i tance Telephone Ooapany, was in now holding a traveling position, was
each. Guaranteed. Sugar-ane syrup, cauined nd sealed Ocala yesterday. He ways that the in the city Yesterday. Mr. Smith il
e Byles, the merchant of while hot, 65c per gallon/ Best Jer- company is continlly extending its pesseed of a clever disposition, ad
pr, was among the ttaslnoes vis- sey butter, 85c per pound. J. W. Mal- lines "and taking In more territory. will no doubt ma a success on
to this city yesterday. phurs 6 Son. Mr. Voyle is from Galnesville and road.
J. A. McElvey has returned Miss Julia King has returned to says that the University City is forg- atain A. Paeld dpecia agent ofas
a pleasant visit toG r daughter, her home at Waldo, after a pleasant In ahead in a mas that Is exceed- the United ftaro land office, hvisit to as ts
M. I. Smith, at Mclntosh.\. visit to her sister, Mrs. Geo. R. El-. ngly gratifying to its citizens.- turned forold. an o t as far west as
0. 0McBeath and daughter of lis, in this city. -O Banner.O Chipley. Captain Paul states that
osa are in the city, guests of J. R. Feaster of Rochelle passed Old established house of 25 years' thesections visited ave had good
and Mrs. Tom. I. McBeath. through the city yesterday en route standing, manufastarkag staple line mrais, the crops are be and the plant
s Foy Lynn left Thursday for to High Springs, where he' was sum-, of goods In costast daily use, wants Ms cosequently happy.
omville. where she will remain oeon on business. good man to manne reanh business;* Moorehad and D. E: Potter
few days as a guest of triduds. Robert McClellan, who has occupied salary, 1,800 pet pe and all extra proient itioea of Ocala. are In
J. feem.an, a prominent citUsn for several years the store at 104 W. ses, payable othly; also extra prominent city. Ths gentlemen are
al. is in the city on business. Liberty street, has moved to 109 W. commission, wt h should amopp t of the city. The cose nt l oare
eemaii is a theritly le broker libert' street, where he will at up to more than thd sNary. Applicmnt e Of the city council of!
eeman is a Aerlattn broker. Liberty street, where he wllmust furnish good rfereceo and Ocaa, and are here to investigate
* your stationery printed at The a nice to 10 0 cash. which s satisfactorily se- the durability, etc., of the mew grano.
eice. Flrst-class work promptly Contractor Moody, who is painting u Address.. Manufacturer, P. 0. lithlc sidewalks. as Ocala is seriously
red at reasonable prices is our the Presbyterian manse. has almost Box 51, g. Lous. Mo. considering the advisability of install-
completed his labors, with the re- , _- .. _, Ing a system similar.
Hutchinso, represent the suit that the building is looking con- E. Molnar expects to make his de.
w. Hutchinson, rpre n twh olsiderably "refreshed." larture tofhy for tantorl, where
rockers Jacksonle, left yes Your grocer will do It. If you tell he O1 remain a few days. From
for points in South Florida on him plainly that you want the Blue S 8anford he expects to proceed to New
ms Ribbon Vanilla and Lemon extracts York, and will Join his wife at Bara.
R. Piekett and me, "o, ofhe will get them for you. They are tog. Mr. and Mrs. Molnar expect
rr. Pictt an ~, _the purest and the best. .. -... to spend the summerin the North,
Pro. Avre in the coyester wa y.- AL1d-., ..

onr i rote frm Ufli T mmhae,
Itfiey have been for the pest
Soil business.

Lh'-thiN ver ftoVr01sggr.
For DIHK#J. Todal
g' "N otip. Bo~lsJ Ham
k I't."~ld Potatoes
ry. dding Fzg stend
Twiiv1toes. Melon,

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ShPort Orders a pea.

Dr. Clyde L. Carter has returned
from a business trip to Fort Pierce,
Miami and other points. He reports
abundant rains on the East Coast,
with the result that the crops are
looking fine.%
Albert N. Eddins ofWhw York, rep-
resenting the Robert Graves Company.
wall papers; will be is Odlaesvelle
about the 28th inst. with a fall line
of wall papers. Anyone desiring miae
telephone 1t-2.
C. E. Cullen, a phosphate broker
of Ocala. was in the city yesterday.
Mr. Cullen is well pleased with the
progress made by Galueavllle, which
he good-naturedly declares is next to
Ocala amoni the interior cities of
Florida In Importance.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron DaConta, who
have been resldinl o West Masonic
street with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Emer-
on. avre removed to the home of
Air. a Ms. A DaCosta. ast
Main t N., where they will be
gIad to greet ter friends.



E ght-Room UOjr Rslinos To Be S.d It Asotin. n

a#of "Mt ""stwesodeSaw f owat Celiep r-neat west
b ell for toe Ce00p Prk to 00 ~~shighst ladder, a
1W tght toofl% mederm eeidcmewih~~'.e Ow e em sothe
4' ege Park Peopert. Tienbem Is nearly beed 65OW IM be
bp with City dee.el~us gsn ow owall ameo eeSO.- IlSMOS -
T,,"Sof *se sWINlbe No nPW, 0" .of she PW~ashe P*W t
Ife ae, and "apa es peare me ss mo lIiP"id.wih esohtpar

We eeo.fw d wU
ai'. aboe h soe.V" a" oggee. eWeek wish Ofptos
Com~fing sal USopsm sm

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Beginning April Ifs we will put eO
for Summor rate of 14 per week--I
lpeale--ad $4 trad1ia1 tiket*. Streets
ly Ir.t.*ls- las every repeat. Tw'
larse eleetrle fans, insuring somifors. .

Coffee the best. Everyati j
aise. Game cooked to order :
for sportsman. ,


UempUe t otore on inrn. returning early In the rail. Friends
wish them a pleasant trip.
A. C. 8Sms of Atlanta, the clever
traveling representative of the MeKoy
. a t ings Patent Turpotine Cup Company, I4
M a at the Brown House. Mr. lim Isa
representing a turpentine cup which
no declares will prove a ,i*,at saving
Ma tto the operator, inasmuch as there
M 4W461w,, be so waste as Is oemuo- ,
ih by "dppla" from the ordinary bo.L
Captain L B. Barker of the Taipa
and Jackmvsouyle railway has e tars
We iyve just received a ed from Ocala. where he was uA-
-'-eMo coned as si witness before the WOOe
nice Shipment Of ChOICO er. a Barker states tat
pattern. Prices strictly Ocala Is prosperin, and that the
rmht. chants swm to be ejoyiag a at g
trade. He especially oeompmAto j
d the magnificent hard roads of that
section, which lead nla every duia@"
I from ocala.
Iron B e s T. W. Shands has returned l-M
Pt. Myer, where he west to at-si
Are into Cooler in the the funeral of his g roer, Jbees
Sa urer than wood one' X. Sha4 ms. M'. hoads Wk was "0
m prominent cltisel of Port Myers. dMl
We have a msgnifIlent i Atlanta, whee he had bw iam
line and now is a good ror speai treatment on eSa, the
e to p w~.^ 23rd laslt He wasll a d"e O f e
time to purchase. Stte, having been born Wte
S pritags fty4wo years ago.' Me is
u* rvived by a wife asd am dauter.
hh S nMrs. COp" MNes of .Pf t Myers.
Se T"e fu neral was bem sat ( Myers
Me Ion Tueday. Prteerds of Mr. MShads
s o'- r sypatmise deeply w t M thi
Our Shoe Department rievenweL
aoonAinegoodthlnp --
for Mm, Women and
Childrm. Try s for .
your Mext pair. We o A-
Soes that wear

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