Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01160
 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 30, 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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01160
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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,NO. 19
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Wl.et lo Ithe con.
to have wttnesea
Ifolly apport his
P jpo permits this
Sl~' restAes a pro-

ae n ber of witnesses

Berg, of Harvard
aas ees here for the
aaduelhg as investn-
d d other prinol
'iE the Interest of

I th Owtohe ta the

S ee Is the heart
'> o ly wrateh*
B k o 'fte t # he to

(t he M % to so
fts b he ha take
SI t b it adin thab
,, > the/a- later-et

"NoHeteust in Thete* r at the
.1B0 Wf Hong Kong 4
0.. June .9. 4
is reported in S
itoag Kong.' w here
the audesee of a l
tena of the actoe were
'Oath when a native het
by fAre. The 94bes
IM d the building o*l-
asg the entrance with

aOwin of the rbe is said to heba
Ito the IgaUnlag of explosives
Floor of te theater, the
the eapoedon.
Srewl In Kentucky.
Teaa., Jose ---A spe-
,attinel fresn Mayking,
AS a brawl between the
Osborse actions, on
M outy border. Jesse
killed outright and Wl.-
wa ftaIIy wounded.
Sle day. Trou-
or e"me tie.
A& o t -rek-

I9 qW~pSe ~

i tment $ r wtI iS

^*.Pol 1r4*_!'t 0

atles 3 a leg
h "r
dtod t to | dtrte
good la8t fr
.Mlrad otr Catteentle mate* .
d t'a theo itt i *.

R*Iatlone r eth TeleIaph

Chca. J dispatch to,
the Tribuu&ne (s Ugii ayS;
In A0eoIda w lnltrnttleon
of Pretddet Rboe t Cousarion-.
Ir op CoraporDtlo erwbert a"os
intb, s laru~m~gi for n tmeUdate
atnrotgattep of the jt itleas tbween
the th o raph compeltes of the Unit-
S t *to ,
S'.T Inva irtgatlon will be conduct
4 ft 'tich a manoe as to avoid 'lv.
i Ai Q6)paany or oSloal the privi.
ete ietrmalt i Prot propeuXIl lab
met i v)oltlin at the i w should be
deovlore. 'ThBq avesttgation will
Mtrmltae the nature ana extent of
the agreements existing between o he
'telegraphtoompaanes, the rate of wage
paid to employes, the operating ex-
peOse and such other data as will
e useful to the department of jus-
tiee in determlnintg wetber to insti-
tute legal proceedlns and to con-
gess should that body deire to hare
the government exeroto control over
the telegraphlo lerv e.

Petfn to ave Ne ro'e Life.
Montgomery, Al.a, June 2 .--The
*ffrt to ayoe toe seck of Divid Bee-
man, the negro hb whom his other,
lohbs eman, waste0 to die on the
gallows, is meeting with meeoue. A
' ater petition, lbaf e aligned and
Ct)l be presented to the governor in
A few days. Practieally every man
approa hed has slaned e oetim, so
great is the sympathy for the con*
deosed prisoner. BDeie s Ue his
wleo because be was Joalous bftheo
attetnUen of another Baa.

Santk Orslnld at *We%"ad
'l'tm.oas G., June U.--4h etis ds
atotof4 Cteaso met ousiy Wor-
saia a bman with a saital awks
'at $S.GO. whic Is owi"eS4 00~ola-
IS by loesbabuiess mo0. ,vato)-
inwa*Samw weon seo$"e: 0. -F.
ault, predosat; J. 1F. fR aman5.
0. Cassadr, wies premibt"e. W.*P
0"ko. V. 6. novsa "d a. I.8kbw,
lreors. ft will be Snows as the
"ast of odo amd.sadwMbe ospod
Iet later than July 4.

S Sy angebiy M
lw=~i a. Oa.. June N.- a
egap, the 1-yoar-d dl Pas -
treUma J. J. Jeoup, of u te
peee broe. bo stragelfy mialag. The
bay west to Savassh t g
and did set retera. The athber hp
bees tla tasama oa eenarek a
touad thtbethe bc had been to thA
Central aUlway ti ket oflee Vwle
he made aa eert to retara beme ea
his redueed rate passage. A ar
still missial,

Hmmneebnse sk a0le Wooed.
Stobtmdge,. Oa.. Jase ,--W. d.
MUa killed a blae' eale o aewailg
Saet. n e Ihebo f uto ts. ~ a'.
mp -eRa Tharaday
M W'f& r^ I= I A I -

sli ~ t6the

t~4J~siI~ I. iires.

WhIitis' To No xept as imill
depend'm* ne

New York, June 2.--4'e teol
of the. Ceatral ft Oemrgla ralroad,
whih waIs purchaeW(ua Wednesday
.by Ohlegl :1horVe and Mard a. J.
Itpck la nd4 i stw t pte..
to"tWe ade la Istf Irclase t0
well .fe.ded. '
It was said' that iesrs. Thaike
and Perry purchased the Cental oft
Oeorgia with an undeowtandin 1 be.s
tween themselves a*d the Rook Ih-'
land Interests that formal control of
the read should pass t6 the Ut. .galts
and ana Pranciseo, after the eij t-
tton of the two years daring wihlh the
present holders of the roa4 aix
agreed to keep it as ast independent
Mr. Tborne would neither confirm
nor tenay the report', People. could
draw whet Inference they would, he
said. It Aus pointed out.that -clae
relations have existed between Mr.
Thorne and .. P. Yoakum, who is
the guldlng spirit In the atains of
the Rock Island-'rlsco system. ,Mr.
Yoakedi Is. a director In the 'aTrpt
Company of Amn:ck, of whie Mr.
Tiraoe preitalet, nad in other
wpys Mr...Thorne and Mr. Yoekum
have co-opgramed ia business under-
The St1.Ltauls and San Francisco
now has a lilhe Into Birminghasm, and
at that point connects directly with
the Central of Georgia whose lines
run from Btrmingham, from Mont-
gomery and from Chattanooga to theI
ooast at Savannah. .
In addition to obtaining this out-
let to the Atlantic seaboard, the San
Prancisoo in acquiring the Central of
Georgia would come Into control of a
large amount of traffic originatlag tn
the territory served by the Central of
Georgla. ___

Chicago Churchman Suespeted of Pel.
sening Her.
London, June ".-Walter fwln-
born Hanoock, formerly an 1pplwo-
paltan clergyman of a fashionable
church In Chicago, whom his bishop
Inhibited on account of scandals with
women, is under police surveillance
He Is suspected of having poisoned
his wife, who was the widow of Paul
Townsend Jones, of New York, al-
legations to that etect having been
madte In the Kenalagto ocoroner'a
Mrs. Haneoch died on March 1*
last, the cause of death being certi-
Sad a sappendicltts. Afterwards the
body was exhumed on account of the

I be held.

Reter's Record Ialnted Dark.
Chicsao. June 29.-4ev. Jhames H.
abme, rector of St. J-M church,
g ntd that InvestigatIoems 17( Bash-
op MoLaren in 1894 Han-
eook to have been a of ill re-
pute." "The charges broauSt against
Naneock here." says Dr. Stone,
Owere that be was gives to eonsort-
kg with jewd women."

100 German Immlgi .
Meatsomfry. Ala.. Jan .--It is
reported at tpe spitel 4that State
lamlgratlon Agent DeHoc, who baa
bees Ia forela ecoastrlpe a eeareh cf
imletrIis. has artvesd t New YorkT
WMi eae hbadred Gerwaa who wil
be tabes to the Sramlahm 4astrket.
anm boe as d-aa hD i. ihe la-
bregta belag meager
"1 yet to be develped"
Mae tel4 MIA tv ht
s~~r^ton-'s S^.I


taustae a p '" '
i W oTerno'ts mea o i

ior ceva by te swenor at
Z ott ibse Oeoes.
1?flr~were n W4, lutrouoe4.
Ori2 1tintt .nn4*t 4 Eodu' the
igs seasroi to bo htr<
*.d1 by Mr. Hall, o o. t',e
.h ati-pass bilu, t dt all
ftaw oestlsh frma r at rid-
Ik ta rat osd pas w, the (oi f.
tlersph, teepiten ppro-s
uaksil or rotqlviWg othqr

STe bill to rpea ll w
pOradtloainw 6"S .iU*it IGa
siC to l owitdes t*S u ri ( t
hnrt erd. i.
Optlotra *f pBul. o v s tb*etto
Oe t UIae nd o-ther risRarenri
000wa to secure ftci harters.
The tos, of IA tU, andtl
or the appoM tme n t a rege tax
sessor to ad ess* Ida@* iabo t*e sr-
turns of All corpo*fato0a which no*
n2an theme to the co uotr.iler ganerr
al. The bill tO repeal the law wieti
oDW allows judges t9q dioct juries to
flad verdicts.
Anotihat bill of geterl interest to
be introabee Is that o Represatf-
tive Witfams, of Laurwens, ad to be
known a, the distfraichlsemenat bill.
It is stated ib"at thi bill has the sup.-
port of Odveraor-eleet Smith and
many members of the House.
In addition to these Mr. Wright,.
of Floyd, ha. several measures ot a
ea6nral nature which will be latre-
eaavassiangthe ote and bear'
lMg the rtturns aano~aoed, lt house
as'ouMd. ,..
e o t. ,* 9 e
The aeecnt date aeis of the
mate was featured b the intro-
duction by Segator olpjlav Camp,.
tof the thirty-first district, of san a-
J-cigarette bill, and by a' autoemo-
Sspeed restrictiUa bill by Senator
er. of the tireaty-second dls-

6xcept for thsentroducttln of sev*
eral bills, nothing more than rou*
tine business was tran noted by the
body, adjournment being, at 13:46

Dothan Moved by Preaching.,
Dothai, Ala., Junev 3.--As a re-
sult of the preaching of IRev. Bob
Jodeo, the city has eloed the dispos-
mary, the itisoens have called a maaei
meeting for Saturday to take astps
to put whisky out of the county, Wad
the druggists have gotten together In
a request that the doctors give no
more prescriptions for whisky or other
intoxicants. One hundred and ifty
new members have been added to the
churches, one hundred of them to.the
local Methodist congregation. The
salary of the Methodist pastor has
been raised to $3.00 a year, and he
as een given a vacatles with e-
penas paid for a trip to the Jajee.
town expoettlos and other oIatte of
ntereot. Mr. Joane la t w coag -
leUtag a revival at Cademn.

Sirl'se Screamse eved Her.
Maeua, Ga., Juae U.-T dreams
to his 15-year-old daugt areumd
the mambes of the tamly of W. B.
Head, a rrereesentativ of the Uee.
poMtaa L~;J hsuranC oealtaay, at
the reeldeaeo, 429 DnesM avosu.
Thursday munmora dad a M ap-
poeed to be a egro, eaped Uragamg
the wtdow at whe h be had eamteed,
inte the darkNess, and was puared
by Call OAler Branmaa, bet waa eat
captured. The tofet of a -aW ap-
1a her frme awakened the child at
ihe ereamd so loudly that the m-
wa breed te P'ee.
TObeM King ftO Wed.
IT T Jane .- aiea l.
se, the toaew Mag. ow( he -r*

J'L^g^!* ^**f"0

*-~ p;

After Defeg Heodup, Tells Police that
OM 51re Will Fellow.
Los Ageles, Calif., June 29.-iin
plala vew ot aay pedestrians. as
ualmasked hig ayma., wel; know3
to the peoe of mayy cities under the
alla of "ai JIa.,'" Thursday n git
held up a car a the Sixth and TUA-
part Street mae, relIeving the conduc-
ter of a wat0 b V $30 n cas and
leading to the A*1h of police fide
Sant meoaoe aaeM elang his pre!eemt
Ui the ety a'ld l i la him to :
0* tr further holdupa.

judoe S'ented to Pei.
x ~ .Ths.June 2
SAW 10 Goe Sailed fhom HW.LbT

a www-thly.bnsotmball payer. ".
bMssM 25 t16"years':*
MI OSlka by F:'
on am be yVaglpgati
of dm .
~. 3~h~im ae

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s Iiarvt W Freshman Eight,
T V V 1ity Four-Oared.

Seth o( W*es Up Stream on the
Ineming Tie hi Smoeth Water and
O WWee's Iowed In Very Slow
'Ner Irads Conn., June 29.-
Batd Wo11 the freshmen e!gt' by
Oi% aid lengths and Ya!e, the
S t=-OOred race, by perhaps
S' q the molping tide on
t river Friday, and the re.
sO t o. ned pre'dlctions.
Ttl*,0 .tt V the great victory of a
isuwty igh6t Thursday night,
'1 wt0 0 r of tlh four-oared race on
P/'ri.as n.aource of gratification
t1 1 t1me, and an evidence of thl
00$0110* 0 Of ooach Kennedy's train.
1iE. It Was aP easy race for the
1e to Win, 0Wh4he the freshmen race
.wV a hart one for Yale to lose, and
>orreSposlany., a triumph for the
Camb e4 younagters.
Tie race, were worth seeing, al-.
tlough a& mere remnant of the host of
Thursday bh1 the courage to stay over
for them.
Both 'fies were up stream on the
incomln1ngtide In smooth water, and
bot. weMr awed in slow time. It
Was Harvard's strength In the fresh.
men and ladk of It In the four-oared
race which made the results as they
were .
Official times of the races were:
A eluhman-Harvaid, 11:15; Ya'e,
11:1i. Jonr-oared-YaYle, 12:33;
.* a, t is

EnthhelasIo-leMelng for Branch of
the State University.
Valdosta, Ga., June :'i.-At a
meeting of citiens held at the school
auditorium in this city Thursday nici:
in the Interest of the branch of the
state unlversilty, authorized Iy the
last legislature, to be erdablished in
Valdogta, a site for the college ani
about $28,000 in cash was subscrib-
ed, which was added to by subscrip-
tions of approzttately $18,000 more.
Cldaelr W. S. West, for hnime:f
M Ot ea behalf of the Valdosta street
ear Itne, .donated a site for tie
ehool, the- location being about &
Mile urth of the city, and $2,51, ia
Other edtlia gale sums of from
1,000 to U5, Mr. George V.arn be-
tag the largeet contributor, 8ri0
the foraer wais.
There is much enthusiasm onvCr '
establishmeNt of the college here.





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-W n even grA iweI, 6d ke* want you to watch
moqth' We have' goods ad we own them so we
aijU yei u will ,t fnd iu any other store.
ook''. ou t. ist rel .

woe lh'!

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-A.-~ want-

Sgood valu

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LS 'loft in

Everything in WAsh Go

Silks and Dress Goods tha

Not Bamy store that shdws better values or better
mentsof Fine CQtton Good&, Our Silks are new and
ble. Oar.Drees i oo are in t e right weight-for this
and prices are the lowest. *


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We are on the Ground Floor
ForW prices on cotton Gods, LInens, Sheets and Pillow.
caSese-wholesalers don't sellthem cheaper.
am m -.. I I ,II

GOGODVALtTES in Hoohry, Unbdorwear and Fancy Notioii.

CoMrui?&BwoNiIS FOR X3N-8bfrts, Urnmrrcer, See%, spender anad






. $ ELI*-y i.,--.. ."



0 'iI.Wh"p an into?.
$tiwrt~h~v P~m will
Kervima u Nosi tes s

l is full of O blow-Sold,
Indh Iffeent-bsbt th


a aiam &)*oneasthe of~
coolerwith a repuftdatle
I" "Ivory Soap
sired t"~Mud Aa~erWes5
hlasudla th Wbite House
are equipped with
bohre In Ojnesvlle-the
VUOW wades on aAy
huaw two esm
bw wumnoials we

.'*MQ Yalta Or
br~ Wa~l br

oa week with a attendance pt soMe AT TE CHURCH e TODAY.
ake butdred or more *
At thd ~at pk*iod before toon r-. iUst of Vart6us Plase d4 Wdrshlp.
y, tlh stuaset body assembled i loeture by Rev. P. A. Holthoausen.
Ute dtapel and organized a literarY r teei will be observed at the va-
seolety, to meet In Efe Cbautauqu rioue places of worship thi Babbath
Auditorium every Friday night at as follows:
.1.9. Prof. '. D. Culp of Willllton 'irat ?rebyterjan Church,. Rev.
wasi lected pridm t of the society. Those P. Hay-Preaching at 10:80
and Miss Stewart of Tampa, secre- a. m.; subject, "The Market and the
t?7- Mountain." Sabbath sacool at 4 p.
A program BO6 &eaOf ive was m. 7:45 o'clock this evening Rev.
appointed, PtlO i PF. McBeath be- p. A. Hotshaunse of Miouaopy will
Ita the bAitm. deliver his lecture on "John Knox, the
The Chlautal ,naoenent has Reformer of Refolnaems and Hero of
very kindly t * auditorium, tnd Ii-:-tiW l ght Is a well-read and S tet leaker, and
Company the aou 4 gh M. The those who lear .tV h ti r will be
"rmal apprelaV Writ of entertatned and algdhewd. The pub-
liberity and b ", lie o ieordially Invited ,
Prof. KnialbloeapeaaB SA Frst Baptist Church Sunday
tefbig hisa d a-n tsohool at 9:30 a. a.'. Preachies at
elamsse will Sa the too e eQf OW 10:45 a. .m. by Rev. IF. A. oltshauema
terable in the fUtte I. Y .P. U. at 7 'cloLk. No evening
ThMogh the -voowris at ,Dr. An- Wvio..
drew Hed4. Pro. Corr wll. at AB At the Pirst Metomlet Church Dr.
ear ly ate, tgve t the'phiylal sgo Aadrey stl4d i4 all the pulpit at
raphy colas Si ti itR I 10:46 a. a. ad T:45 o'clock this even.
the phy,,ala e6 .. p t e'rIth og. Te pastor. Re. T. J. Nixon. sU
D r. teoam t -tg t"tq a Weadan thb quarterly serene at
ptaber o tebert ter Nor. oleman. The hteor League will
.a -xt i. meot at 8, the Selor l aguae at 4
S' 1 Io' k
A A )*eyamble _V . 'Advet ChrisetU Ou. tb. Elder
mea ys to N sB trt, James LeO-4anday heoel at 1i a.
Wig, Wa.' ot otf at Mr1 X a. Preshing at 1l:4 a. .: subject.
W, WaV former 4y -1 Ww Oity W't "Binookke nginl Itvfa. Preaehing
ow of PWUernadO, he is V.V at 4 o'clock in the eestag; inbject.
Mamdy Jamale tlo" a tn i "Mysteries."
P isa ite home-fMW Service will be obsered at Holy
raa Mrs. J. I '. b. Trlty Epecoopal sad s9 Patrwoft
ys < ato churches at th snal beurs.
,n wee m about
S'.t we oshe W. C. T. U. Pesme.
a won* rrt. The W. 0 T. t. oat Mteanopy wil
bElag latA l a t1. gIve ab. ptAla eO the ambus Tusa-es
XDftols t#St spRo k willow Lake Thnursay,. July 4th.
oSII 4. t s 1 l the DvmIrryboiy avittod to i a4 and britg
a sMW yjeo baaketos. to be -eleadied as
l e lao the boet 4 W k ey
aw a OR er Aay bHetmbo me- sc

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Uni~averity o$ th Stots of Fle.
A hlgh-.rade Institution for
youp~ men, offering Literary, Sol-
entific, iglneerlng, Agricultural
and Pedagogical Course., .
strong faculty; well-equipped
laboratories; thorough Instruo
tion, both theoretical and practi-
cal; careful supervision and. die- -
olpline; high moral tone."
No tuition charges to Florida
stufnts. Other expenes vO
low. For cataulg* an -Informa -
tion address

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Florida Female College.
A opillege for women, without
a parallel In the South, embracing
a College of Liberal Arts, a School
for Teachers, a School of Indus-
trial Arts, a School of Fine Arts,
Including piano, pipe organ, violin.,
voice ifttur, elocution and physi-
cal culture.
A faulty of able specialists In
all departments.
TUITI*ON. IItl. Charges for
speotal WAUodtin In fine arts re.
du4e to a minimum. New build-
tp to ee"aree of construction.
kA, A iv riiEE, President


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soSauhS o 00t Boise IA
Ti~ehim. i. m.Polt Offcs

Ld~im I flat'S.I.A
the Kanw sd Larlt"
toSWI the South.

Chickering, Mathuhek, Ivr & Pons, Estey, Kral
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was This .M 44Shade The tBu
wHim Se 1aesworth, cue of, ,
the Men" ~a do I wemds and gub-

Marshal Awr ia <<, r w t .i.lt n,,as b yested rwg -
41anw "de n Sun Imw FtI '"*

night, with the result that Ptilip Lp, Wom 's Cihrtutan Temper. t
Johneon, now to Nail. mut onswel pee Union wil1 hold ts regular
Monday ort to the othly buain neetis t ithe read.
jag liquor in a county vong against g$ p om Monday afternoon, at 4,.
the same. Johnaos was a "walking o'loek.
tiger. MrI Scrven Doalr of ackson- o. B
Wlter p orin tthe pOW Of I mon th ly after a pileasake Yisat to her ead

Thdefe trt masd ma South B. K. Roeborough 0o .Jacksole h ier
tGarden o.ft h )ere l Anbot, wa r. e stered at the Brown Hose
the defendant I ". I. I"

who happ tol in ma tvicaity ^yesterday. Mr. Rosborough was for
the w own trotout the county WHAT HIE R PIO I D E DO
whiskey. h arrested Johnson He is now holding a responsible tray- Newhro Herpicil de detroys the tiny vegetable growth in the sealp that causes dan.
bkd n heSr "t"i oket. sits position. durl, Is0hisn ip, falling hair ad ba'dness. Onee this a'oroblo enemy of the hair Is
had another pint i hl pochet. v destroyed an kepp out t the ealp, the hair is bond to grow as atore lantended, ex.
Marshal tjow 4deeertes rekt +ant you to petrontie a home corn- cept in oases of e ouic baldiets.
credit tor this ture, and should pany when you need Insuranfte. ,et4 [J A 7 a 1 N L. I 0 K 7 D 0 E
to con tated by t b0ayer tNo. 104 West Main ttreetN T D
element. la the agent for the SIouthern Home Sonlight ie ats e g datroywer and prophy The eefft of sanlight upon
Inedrnce Com This i a l .' the aip prvehs .tbola, If amomplete pla bI~s1p ole0slinee is oarried out.
.a. T This cannot be d it the uose of Herpede, wl prevents reinfectlon and kees ,
COL. CLARK WILL S THitR. company, and has only Florida peo- the scalp pore and w
ple as stockholders. pure agottemereibe a frem the ge
A'ccepta Invitatisa of People of Arohe J. X, Turner of Lake View was In w epI ths froM an ok mdM e t.m
to Do ve.r an Adreea. the city yesterday. Mr. Turner h14 4O T 1W D A R T 3B l 8
been on a brief but Interesting visit The peroplntion tkhat e e t In iereased quoaanutiO idua g the summer months ear.
The Fourth of July tn Archer IE to the Jamestown Exposition, stop- ste out polosoous and rI, _laSU tr that WOUh a othmefw ooesa o the port s of there alp.
going to prove all the ore tractiv ping on his ret Brunswick. Ga., Inomplete ltminatIfa of thlA waste producee a hot and everih condition of the n;
Inasmuch as o en. Frnk Clarkon- for a brief stay with his wife and sweat slads knol as Iy Beat for whih Herplade give immediate relief. Her- ,
ressman f he daughter, the latter es thee.ol. hom Brton, MBoard of M re of the Ohio Penitentiary,
has accepted the Invitation of a bom Mrs. Turner has been In Brunswick writes a follows of Newbros HerpleM ;
mittee representing the ctisens of with her daughter for some time. "As 10o Herpl9de I Bad it sn eelleat hair drel I as well as beleg the frt and
that progressive, town to deliver an David Edete norerly of th. wi absolute dandrut eore I bate fe d.Upos my ei a mber of my friends are
address there on that day David Edelstn, f erly of this Herpelde, and the ussalMpe etdIo IP, that lerploede Is, n all repeets, every*
address the taton wat at city, but now of New York, has ar- thing thbt its nmaaon esures cla telef it I
tended CoClnvitationfa the firstx- rived in (Gainsvllle, and e pets to eo etel b *e me t 1 ees adsae Als Joe Mee & Serial I. *it. .
mttee Colt t oulrk informed thasure remain here for a few weeks. Mr. TWO IS M.. e am 91.00--0OLD AT DRUS ST OIid
to respond, but, owing to import. el#i w l 0* In th Iheri i 1 0 1 L k. 0.
ant engagement whiqh was likely to Moses Edelitein, in his store. Theal WV ' TI OW moz X
not positively ass them ofhI" a n th e cos,w lalbe d r. Ne widb- "'d l.,,a
presence, but that be wo0ld come If dienstelaJ time wilI be divde be dpyw"va
this entd not intefer. tween Seabrese and Gainesville,
this engag ntdid not intterfe APPLICATIONS AT PIOIN IT ACBER SPO0N
Since that time, however, he s Dr.b J. LD rKelley ha.: rtn d t
made arrang9gmnts, and aaures the a business trip to Jhekesovile and
good people who h4ve honored him Pat He reports l forging pp d itur after a
with the invitation that he could along icely, and mysa that the Gema Msuppies and funiture, after a,-
with the inritation that he could a in ~ay* oouple of days spet In this oty, left
be depended upon. City is destined yet to bkome one of ope of d*yi Bleat in this city, letI
ybe depended upon. stray for Jackasonville, where he
so well known that comment is un. has been many public Improveme to anesville tomorrow. Mr.
necessary. ufflce It to say those who within the past eighteen months p r t Is one of the cverest of othe. MrUI
bear him on this occasion will have so, and the work continues, the late eboys," a by hMs hospitable dispo.
no cause to regret attending the plo- being the awarding of the oontrat sition makes friend s who e
Die. for granolll sidewalks. is no seradga' in
6o04, He as no .tranger In Ac r A*
This function will comprise a big Miss FoyLyn. the professional aviag visited here before. He exz
barbecue and beaset lenica, and a car- nurse who has, been with the Pack. peots to make Jacksonville or (aines.
dial invitation is extended to the pub. ham family at Waldo, five of whom ll is headquarters In the future.
lie to come and brine full basket*. have been url from typhoid -llO hdq r 1 e 3-
While the Eaft will be gIven wder fever for sev eeRs pent a few very Man His Own' Deeter.
the auspkes at Archer Lodges Wood- hour In the city yesterday, returning .r S t&
men of the Wrld. It willbe for the to Waldo ina b Sth ermOP. She eN1
benefit o te le. ports that the m:t, .a at ents -lk fSea I l ee I r d Cot
-are covalescet, sa will probably w lo0or that asy ete i _
ARNOW MAKhS DISCOVb tY. o moonr ^ - ,- unfortunate fam iy died with typhoid 1. - s ** -- i
-t"""" -s IotW S ridi T p w N tM esatch of a pin has bues :-.w
Marsha. Fewd Oreen S Seek Iille within a few days. to t e the loss of a limb Em s sesgess hanit Uge r -- -v 1 assmaguw
With Patest Meeisimesa b. 3. Dyke, oe ot the iever trata ev ia must, fiv nece** ity. be te seeeeseol ilinirm min e lsh
While on is nam l t Fray, dIsters of the Aae Ca t Le. a doctor for s else of t. .- a sm
Marshal Araow diseovewre to the vl. expect to make his departed today se .aeee oftj depeeds ape-
cinity of taog-e p leat 0a Depot n his usual vacation. Re will -ah tretant, whlch eas euly be
street a CrooMss b oatrtatng a tended trip, goli tram her to h w| staltae meditinee are kept
quantity of pai t silrelmes As a *t. Petesborrw5 Th s. Mp a ^ Chhasmeriaa'eu -s nl.
natural coneqseqMee die osar aels|Tas e wb pIeeud, to Mempl4 hlve been in the market lor -M5W
tbe bag sad begas as t gevdg 0k. mE bror' uearatg will visit Ch> v e t enjoy a geed repstodes. .B
He visited every r e la hew elnet, loulsvills, CBicags, Nw ols, Cha 11 and
the good1 Me expects to he asent about thirty *
The hag contalmed Mse direat doa4 saM his sagersOU freinds re b s tai'-s Cough e y tar Iv
kinds of medisinep. Uag an g elt e' ka p le t and beneltal so ids. croup an wh4 *P6 4I i ih
tn.Dt of Plose*s Irpe On, M r. trip.
o Iei's Beef Iras a- Wim. sad t. Attestlon tn disreted to the adved Oh-baSlal's Bals Bant (as a-H. |I

O*1*1*I's vq j tieusso SalThe Ok W. Hyde ON*Kgb latmest) #W So& Il brake,1%
Ma~rsl lArbow r no. s wic apswum nth "isln"s& spais soulgo eg
t' "Sate that the pw, ot ao r? I 01ptA'W &M bE sel Usm 15 mE snk ab&al
goods VARYhave sme m qpMsiy ~IUaftat a*5ldot .Jo w bad-s-Som A" SMlowe
'LC them.c eyw e aiym% b~bat to nowS Jul3 y &amd~ts~ ~su~
they *18dwweobribeof W"lwdieV o

BAPTg~' gflhg *pgyg& ..o90611C of mob St a .,
60s06 m of Oik dsu t-
Thbe uniftagggg d thUs 4 m St eusleat Inhes very do- adlght fr sa mpa 0o ewa
Ft.*r 9a hs fa __3U I obnly keep It 9ls'Tim.
&!or Ut eI*e haLe -I. EsseK ON *,am&ss.NI. T4 tsW wo 'yfnt 0atd o~hhn&S
She 11' ~
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tn.AIac1i~ oo~mty apd
Mr4 Coisop b~u beefl
Ta soy.., ,4outI~s~ and

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~es~ed10Wall 46w.
O.4r W mo uany 7eY*
* f deurvCh ivted aaub
bsa& tw u4 daugt',nt'!~
.th.smDSblof friends is gtbs&*W

#*It roched this.cti Sator'
*"*a* hof mrfs., L -rit
so#~e40M4wo, which ocun'.4 ait
3~~" 8~Me~n .0,16of ipgway*
~l ~'tlA fteftbon, Just afte the af'
PiVWa f @1r, am,, J. H. fkfi,ot this
dl~who Vftosummoned by, wime
at Mr. Earlo, *wii IwmV
twos wfth him dooply In h~is beMe.

re tw FA h

4. q~1~ Ot Oaosvfl.s Vbe

.nt~rt~ii~~ and elot.i

ouN~. pry'day at tbA

The pt uo Is s 14fly I nsiedt,
a~sm4thisncsKtomorow ining

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t xevb oil stove.
Lighted in.
me produced by
Stwo, and three
itn". Write ou9
it your dealer's.
is) ithe best aImp
for all-round
age. Made of bras
Perfectly con-
lain light-giving
Erm. Very lamp war.
Ir% -rtte to our nearest



A0ssusIe adtl fvwI Wsse regarding llnds Ib
qaw's ,adI thirty year iii
Is to~o~hl$W'U3S.title'.

so.1 b "~A ~ii'& LOA8. ompabOMUWle
~ ~L3,f.7 s loridlb

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1We Respectfully Invite the Public to a

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tlj ts of The Collen. Pirk Company, to the people of Gainesville at
SgJuI J [ly lot, at U Itk. Everybody is invited to come out and
fle M.


.Wewiji have 4tber of oa1*to low public "P*ft *onvey the crowd to the first Auction 'Bobe of -Late at C0liegv
Park, opposite tM h hb is *e0grunds, 0 =
wW~sartpro~lp$9 'c6ok w* Aim ample nt~ber of ocrriges Will be provided 'for each, jleto. convey O
bot~was fe~itiik te kwpromptly at UIO'clo*k and tgo afternoon salewMIIopes#A 4 o'clock.
We have ne w oftidAaubdi vII Smovre ideally situated or WITH BJITIR PROSPEOTS FOR
QMOK AND DMMD ti0Jul mabdivison anm bUOU TO GROW KORB VALUABLE as Gafl~
v~ll~nd th grea grow t&so e&C sale. inayMorning aod Shqw youqr falibin yo*r own Snd Lherni.
vastybpurchasina'4141W=0 u0d
stmWmeall wide -m4U iusD4 t s 5W 0 teatlsindvth.
#A~he weatehir Wbadwe *0 00Aw, you one h~ia *Pieoeat the penig a8" Join he. ouwt md be on the
c ~ProMPtly AV vT a~WII&Ti em fthe salOfrdoy a %a liberl 4lo &M 010 ,Wpw month 0


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S'JON t pq -,,j w t ta belt. d1d 4o
S+"I. .Lts, ath iak t vast
f"would M be well t9 raIre N obel It haT the a
i t. IL dl 1. , --the a moloqf rm0 ,i n

S and, their ot ttwith pa
& w.MiaMista." .- T hatw to the sites t it. He aov be|
so the qetn. 'veyi gl which t hat ft
DowsBtomylS S ., ,to makte 5e best possible ap- and d tter over ""e
r as~stm prat* at the thte of het grad areas. of this pst i
f or S 1 alb y awraehy, and t arw e he sent a q el ttw d ts; Or 1. th
gn p b. i masi swho. for thetr ou (0 box, 4upr"e" eqpa Do ot
.. i. raetb il it pe rmit their les cV miltltEj 4 il ners and Clo r aB
Sst oad selves with farmers he sd .after the ai
a vtiom, .,. "partcl of Mfaber that Sa be versity x lted; many drugs used for
uste Tor llkddt era oded ilto graduation costu pe. forty-se te were eovred at O oy may
rason.. o. B t of *l habdoaie frocks, the rat i rAO rle or every emerrow cur t
b T4h-we *ii o l.q.tsy thb wUlto-do ie me t he stanr of eighty a~il lt total of over AO1000,
lt a pW perm, t r Y st d the oiamenebae a t, thodlgh,tbher ayOM pt0 P being, distributed. t

pSaUed, aOfr ow. oAhr ~I K. tma rTe i ot 6 iApn.t ril int' the i M A RO
sa ort aosn b4 at s. diey or spent each yp r In useless the bu lI pMrtleally dis ppeurAd,
for mdtae rdroo nta ne- W hor higc h h 8 o ot graduated ( and the t crop w tr r e AUb l. ba
Ar9aldveS ftdrul f t Is d e btlege a m t that t will this da*lW Prof. I*ter has n Ie
esatedita i toDh ano ble in*tst.d by all M eh school te ah- ceived n bof letter thanking tt tua tt be
durin rhe r It Pdto &e9e ise adew there na. year after year him for & rk. Thf is abe o the
ge. Add;M," M' e we ago aod t b of tbight and y that o Watwa, b" s 0c0-
.r. l B ,o e&oout of school helping' aLers toward lPrVeM
StbetO th e e oarmnepremM t and tall agrlcultantwd Prof. Hiaterh 'b .
The rain of t td ia w h da 5 to be grdtead aea o their par. t-aken a :laoe in con equoa
bad a tendency to euea the swet t ent cannot a ky r them his sucOceMi promptness tI deal
potato Industry. 1W5.l1d with as fne frodks4 soam aothe other Ing with new pert.-- WLess
'slips" were pUtei 00 the streets gs are tgoIn to wear. ,etasoi- Weekly.
Friday and .atrad i ver gi rl sav tho Ie ives what
they c6naril pyhadi bSgIetia by Waldo ap. a leading trucker ft
The Geolargi I atIre Is anw 4do aPse trm wi their 41- the Mr .ct was IA OCa a W -
session, havii conaened on Wednes- plomas. Some of th er eol* day or t t.c, and in oonversatioa
dty. John W. Altea of the Forty" leges and high bshools bhe tab ,p with a te of The Banner, stat
Meond Senatoral Pstriot was elet the matter lof tIst"p"l d a ed that Vwas quite successful In
ad preidet ot the lenate. The o lrt cotumeas *id e the 9 wig ,.rowing this sefeon, anad
bill introdUed waa meupe to pro. that shoq)d bweed o*er l entire that mot 4 the growers came out
hbit the sale o Uguor within the country The girls sbould W made with very fdiltable bank amounts.
State. The bil Is, said to Jiave a to understand that a shnple, est He said 8a t the trucking byIneM s
strong followlng4 aAd may be passed white frock Is an excellent ftraa Ir0 is like attlfusre-it requires the care-
before the eefai comeas to a else. beauty and Is everything that to neeg ffl watobt of every detail, 'and at-
Seu ed. The overdressed girl gradual te I tr the pito aueaOeufuly grown I ,,V .....
It appears tht alsasttlle'-s efforts pett at to be denlent under her and tbth then eq a
to have a better d4 are permanent stunning hat-Savannah News. Judgm i~, a knowledp. ol the
system of sidewas an&- paved AI -no R ilw my aet t*$ow the bes a'shippinL
has served als, carter' or a< p KILL THe RATn. g'elatts l say beBioro plr,
spiration to other duite to do like. n exce Wrket ot bean s b ut
wise, as committee representing sev. The United tate Department of to veayrat fo r mon,
ial of the leait n terior cities of Agricultureh b .st net out balls and New '' k may .b a good aiket
the state b1ar :6 e to CGaineville tin No. 297,' "Methods of Destrori o cu I~uoer but F po rket f. OS"
daring the past fw weeks to view at s. beans *a "" "Purpl6 l der for schudut to t .,J "t
and inspect the abi. o Itprovements Reterring bretl y to the lta ee a W stud the markets Y osely sion T*a0 doily.t0 I '), th tbtOuil B
being made er. loss caused by the brown.rat'as this w isshiplan All his
country, we an told that the cheaptb#t rabrouht maN *
Chas. B. Iendall, for several b grs 5t and most efetive poison for the best prices. He did not bit wrong I ""

of the moot coapetet and aOt has tha w age of being witt mUhet lw r
widely known newspaper men I tie W" ad s td the small quan-
State, has bn appointed business. rats Is ha rmless 00& o ob No o < at y l7 41 lt
manager of The Da ly Industrial News to all antal.
of Green boro N. C., his former home. This poison mab ted to them In Forrinra a yo
The News is an utodate sheet, and, the form of a dough made of one. Sgant Or t
while Mr. Iendal'I Jorda friends fifth basyte a nd uouupa, bt ia Jf
regret very auoh to lose him andd 5 hett4 `5 od$a1017 oditBml with 'SA
his. valuable -e., they will never- about one-eighth of Its bulk of baryte FR A N K C Y LST
theless wish hai pnae a hig onw itxed wIt' water 1to a sUtt doagh
feld. or the baryt may be spread oa #lbti|ot Piasre Agest, Atm* i t Lime
bread and better or moltened toast. e
The Florida 1tatarst, in a re. This should be pa1eed whme the 't bats
Cewt article panrs eSt, presented f tq *
the follow Srght which 1 well T hs poison ha t ae or
to the point: I t strtse that. strychnlue, to that the nats have ful
maknti the ela that we re the time to leave a mulldM aW bee they f
most enlightet sae aest erepfI' r J o
still submit to the5 estragr oh the e ** s h rr in
express cupsl r e are e that Ce the sl aD Air lf oilwd 4
nation whlh dels e Wbe ean b e bought by the do .r Al L ine Railway J
ed, tat doews .ot0 have i pLs s os The Roes caunsed by at I am no -s al
A few argen ___ a to a tr. A v wgoros wa Ouie h 81AVA NA p p IA, WA DEN
lo10 line and eam" gggwgry ig aMre cm them for thse 3. W O
is not poslb $gr a aie thi St te are ania nce & ALEIGH, RIOHXOlf
Pacels pogt Iaw. W la the eae U57 spread 5 bINS P5Ln
compasLee Ene 2^Yi^%S huTo m IWA8HaaKo time, a thet |p M
Why cannot she rees o 4. 37ag5 the rata you UM. U jt
amme, and vtlery l ly seteg w ltekww eunrythsin abethw
rate .' to destro the a dead for tMhs bhals Dai

C p r t II. i... up er' : EAB OARD MAIL *
ductmeat to l- s agss what As 7m wUr gely lra the I

CIOd WMfar 'IN dW boo"beM son of ow"OM*sn@
'are bees aMwl.bw oft
Wductsaqeehso&.e -Mod~r'n'PullmanEqulpme
hi-t ints Mpan at be. w trn B e epOno'l

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~ak" mb*# '' "IJ o asocek
44, th ir *uh.. .I35 oas-ipwr&,A D
J. veet aW T.Rb

greJ -parm 040.Its park.
Moany ad0,W. M
kO AM)1le5,oua ofwho shLlV.cEMaL
to ~'pwt~o J~ ee~a.-npcos MWx
I ofIV aI'llm I w .. m 1l1ac a cl rk
f Wldsow4nsotIL: Jh oted...
-64. listhe POOte Si'z $ ARsbrug. ra.d C. Dune,
v~~Uetbfrs I *omhU pca lerk.
Vu 14 g pipMpetr0
S. G. Vog e ol anT. W. ly 1.,on
of w Fm-'allOmt shellerk. lek

4~rbkid b bi e~dllou ~*of hel at waomclWrk.
-1 ie be folekcscITfous t eatho 3iIst~ npectors: R. 0. Evaas,
b0.3.'butq'its 6 Mc.ineyleds,0.ueWo
the c~la34 se1-1f, o n#hllat sof h w ata
hdrlg At .wheh tnuaatacn Ne W.N. p torw ohnS. 0. Cr
"Isl thatm on* of wbecomssatleact as0lerk.
~pi~d~taiuIV an thearb/tor r-ck os^e0otors: onT. Ude
PIOUrOr &A. os Or.. and C. Dft

EWl excerpt explains most
dran UMuOligt popularity:
re~u 'e totof7 with AU
Uw e oa-f Dvio will u.oad
lke this: One perCat.
i pw.W .oent. v alu aO
waeross pero ktke

I v ta s pece of rmet flction-
at's a tre TYet, I can e just
SK ftr a a o gams In alakba a
ol Vo wMl prtty r W att.
.omewbqr aroeadn4 a ar leaes
human tform to wich .or pe
vUTes of life mar3 t la ointo
perfection. Miae Iarga;tl
world looks bright through her.
The Mar4 age Deeket
S la Honor Judse H, Ma a t
iage iuarriase
as tottows: .
Z a1.J Watso and Jawse Chtdob.
Job T1, DIavI and Savaamk T.
wItare whit
WI V. Malphuars and Baraney *
^ jaes W.Vs ad Bertha Brown, e *
Sto l anarket eems to

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Poft w1U4A I soohA. M. and
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AMOWt:J. V.KJA~.S A4 suit.
As e4e0tift N' lbe --'MaInthe
WUbi~tr4 Mld at the edse hMuss
W -4 0 mv 3"11 ". terthe
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Gieb In aimane lesh. 1ghes %s azktpho PH"paid bfor Mftkess. Zuuand other Prtices
F3~a1 WAND AYESm" r *R& 080 ,Meal, Cotton Sed
ATTM34EY AT LAW, s"d Il W31 j tOa *3IY UUT gods at the LOW.
IUSmmo .oa*IM~lon always


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And B9llolor I plksoil

uysi P;Wfs~e. All bu~iu~
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Roud-Trp Rates
Ron i1 I

Atlantic Coast

I Railwa
iRO Rallway

I No. 6 No.2 4 6
STATIONS Danyex sub olysu&noluy Ov~
PM PM .m A
*.IL. ~ Ardve Ariv~e A. rive
..... ~e40D 5 40 10 0
Iv t3 48Lv 5 00,Lv 9 'LI
.OU I ... Air 8S00 Ar 4 M Ar 9I10'At
. MyJue...... 80 4 43 ;LY 9o0o.LT
*. . ,. .. Ly3.'50 Lv s M LiG
MA06 v3 30Lv -,- V.
8!I~ WS5~tO~LiveOak~ and PeMr.10
'uhn. r cllon General P"n
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pie JACUMOL11 To

Jamstown iposltloi

4 14, 05 ,A..- ..l, ..r .."

Jackoonvillo and New York,
GOIgI *at ABLh8nO B, 0., both waiys .

IF, 6 W"FwIWNW-- --
"I Ilmi 10 ea ey. No gSO"YVes vu nlhtd k.. so Ius lb elp
$22.5 ~ Usbs. lyde''16-w Eglndand Southern ~
S2551 "Ititsep*'d.& ves'"O-*&T fnowlIftJOSgh. bwlmkS S AOSOWVJLZ B013TO-Nan
lee ihism LIs ofstiakes. PIOVIDWO3, 4AU IINU3Point..

$126 O.Isepin asuaitha...se.. WUemau110
bpS Vol l os mw-Jba 1?
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,.with a ear
eoalry Wi ll &p .g|t o- t l date ontoWtfo Ptorl-,
9. that h J er5OWv 1ad ,mAs a Be-
,soy, n sh o'at' wy thelmae n-
rwhoma slhe t hr u -
"TE eWo5 WMtIe Sined teO by a r tmrto by I
Mary Ive eslda'ts w into court. oer arauest
arrest of heT *O oth ttontay Id pot appel to Judge
-there promise 1 f iAdla. tor be promptly rrsMd to res
relaeofnry ot w the esopona andI addi tt ot
's rt nt aed f ed that subpoenas be IeMd tor
which will no.. t", v.e0 president and moreoary-
itoeerst. e *r tronurer of the Uonn Tank line.
Ivey, the .0 f amil
anted upoe a W Hapy it
d (h# iM 7 !AWt her babWs profy
y, and th it m le, fto o tho o- tp'gav
without. boox te a a m .at .
Sh. She dec arei e k 11#4i ; v M t h i 0 1mb 1 W
ig hshe .of o' r*.*t nd.'w their mets own t
reasm, for tS. S u e w frs hur baby it fnwd ad ad
,e has alwasorestrehr teI Njt oa" usev.I W
Shoulder Ves t* et tei M at -ht, its vo d M
Shoud nW l w IS W ft. White's O t VIgIM f
and the out~b S L WI* hSU tAu II u
S 4 a om N .omeat waf.. 6 t$ ed
tet for TUONW w useM ote It a tett irioe
to Attor Oi-J. iven aM a w w W~.W IJ .o.a
prosecution, whll 4aV .b' O w '
Scofielduwill appn h4s tr A Two Candidates Contest for Place.
Hobart. Okia., June 9.-As a re-
y is well known me suitof three days' ballot ingthe Des.
y bo a 0o a tepmu. tation. gresiional district here late Thurs-
!a day ended in aeenatlosal tumult and
THE NEWS PROM ARNO. two candidates will contest for a place
'.--.-w otn the Licket. They are Scott rfr-
age of Two PopAlai Young Pe.- t, of Liaton, and Carlen Weaver,
pie-Other Not e of Inte ret of ,Ada, I. T. The Ferris' foro e
o, June 29.-We have had an walked, out of the hall, leaving the
dance of rain for thet p three Weaver men in possession of the of-
s. It came in time to save our 1isla ballot. Ferris claltesthe no-
However, early orn s daim. ttlon by vote of 115 to 98 and
sonic Weaver clatMl a plurality of li.
,or Jobn F. i ox and family of
Pland spent three days this week There Are Pew
F. P. Henderson and amly. People who know how to take care
SCox is the only daughter o0 '. P. of themselve-the majority do not
person. Mr. Cox bas the honor of Te ler is a most Important organ
Ing his third teim as mayor of O ttr body. V. 0. Slthu. A ,
d. Tet wrtes: !3h av wed Herbbe
ere was a most beautiful wed.- or Chis and Pever and find t the
at Forest Grove church Wedne.- bet medid ne I ever ued. I would
night. The contmrtng piartse st bie wimot t t is as good fry
re Miss Pearl Osteen, daahter of eldrm a s t is tfr pown-up people,
A.Ostee, and Wll]am J. awla sa 1 w1med It. It 1s etr tor
Si... 1a near Tallsaase 1. 'Mr. I 0% by"d h W. I. Johmom.
is was accompanied by'his bro.
r Hugh Rawls, and hib sister, Mis Three Suicides In One Da .
1l Rawls. After a sumptuous six- Houston, Tex., June 29.-Three
o k dinner at Mr. Osteen's, the suicides occurred In Houston Thurs-
and friends went to the church, day. Alfred Baker, aged 22, was
1t a large crowd 'ord anxiou.ly found dead on the banks of White
"A: to witness. te ceremony Oak bayou with an empty morphine
'I' \1oore, paatu Q$ th %e tho. bottle by his aidse. John Van Halen,
(Lr.h of Al Aerga, armed 18, too morpale in his, room at a
r ouy, Using thebstful and boardings house because of unrequited
a n' ereinog tho eal aI L ve. John ljaas, aged 5, blew out
S ceremo4 .( t is brains at his houe on account of
re and ft bad health. The local, authorities
e and ro t Th be the continued hot weather of
b*e*" 11d111 where thy Baethe past two weeks as one reason tor
home. .4' where Mr. apidentlc of suicides.
isa good g0emo with a -
1infib r and turpentine company. T~ 411'
\ Wilma and Noi Barry have t. .
Sfrom Tallaassee. where 1 lady stomer of ours hadm-
.. gaf to school tw with tetter fr two or three
ie and Ida and Mater dre It o s h hid
have returted trein. Abbe- QN X M
r Ida AndJ e hase bees Ri 0.0155

h Mr Hushes mi usdrrs!e a m sar
r Mis Emima, eame up Sat- e ______ ---
ci* d"pnt the ight, ad they epr Threaten Strike.

.' on acog0at of y threateaed If the aiwet cleaniag t.e-
t btn i rtBS' t dQCs not accede to the 4d-
cand glip matts of the striklag *garbage cart
C --I*c drivers. The health of tUe city is
Colic and *ing ^rlouoBy meaeed by the reat
ain othe a li. ^i pilea of garbage which lie rottlng lu
arrto q are nlely Sri,@ o streeah oa the sst sle. Dr.

r^ 9fwy ww 5">? arted an IavertiasUt. everni- alnasbcaled eotdt~

U much k illnesis .being cam" by filth
In dw awfS"

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iMaa W 44 W.
An.b ly <~l~% m.tm, an outlet for the K A
Which a' b1 M ooad aM ong as thisvital fluid re.
and canm plae will ever heal. It may scab over to
letting a weeh outpouring of diseased matter from the blood an
thus it ne A yeas continually growing worse, and
away thee te sufferer. >
wTha way !y.ich the blood may become contaminated .5.
A lon or breeds disease gers in the system, thO
are's ei membt tiove-the waste and refuse matter of the body,
se use of l In eet eases, all infect the blood with morbid matter aa
which soar a their presence by a sore or ulcer which refuse
under the', ... t of salves,
washes bollbliattr, A fAs son o s a O. ion
Dimple, b a assl t watc, often W on my faoo er fon
V oftenandAg. It wM a pimWaple at first but 1t
veop I. r isc ng ally w t ad wen tu every way
or the 0ablooddb am S~U tI f &ad @flult.d several
Uler thett The o r the j e a butthe ore oontu
depreciate l ay g.w worn. UTW,. U.. dvrtlwed and oommn
ran h a b h d taint ft?... ana sf* it awhue I was oomrple
". -. ed. My bwldi w pae and healthy from
re very a b affect ed with ores and et .., ters as not abeen am~ siLa of t
Switch n lth biod eel lalo. 8. L. I 0nd It.
-"" "5 Ot. w..V. TaOs. OWEx.
supply. th '1e., n( paro 4. ooy are f t V
never fully and w m dd is reached or passedand the vigor and strength
of the s to weae a, waW the tissues in some weak point break dow ad
a chronic ceris formed, td by the content drainage of impure matter
from the b w b n old re a be is best known by those
who have n adxtate- one applying salves, washes, powder, etc, with
good resultM o ins nu to grow w by eating deper into
surrounding discharge sometimes throbbig with a ond grad
undermining o 4e otitution by its e thy action oa the system. ', ,
It is A t mista to expect to cure thesM places with extektal applications.
this trea ~uisdtsla in pg the pu Cle, and are beneficial in this way but do
htheree~tptuble whctich is tfttin the p of cutting out the dia
and even scrAg the boe beneath, is ofto iseotted to, but these severe measures
Sdo aa peqrpmaent good. The sore may be
Si ,ad for time heal over, but the
Stat produced t the first time is tis i

...The only, tftatment that can do any
ood is a competent blood purifier-one that
.to the very bottom of the trouble and removes
EPUREY SYEIt TABLE aus and for thispup nothing has ever
' .found to equal It goes down into the
circulation, dives out all poison and morbid matter, reduces the inflammation, and b
sending pure rich blood to the diseased parts, instead of feeding them with impurit
allows the sorw to heel natural astd permanently.% Not only does 8.8.8. purify the
of all poisonaged germs, but build* it up ro its wekeed and Impovesed state,
it t str6g andh-ealthy and able to supply every part of the body with suelent and
nourishment to keep it in perfect health. If you have a.ore that is slow in healing, do
depend upon external applications alone, nor expelpment with unknown medicines but
the use o S. S ., end by removing every vestip of the cause, cure the trouble
neatly. Special book on Sres and Ulcers and any medical advice desr sent free
who write. MS W 9 IinwailMMr d/U wA

Looal Option Decided Valid.
Columbus, 0., Juic 29.-Tne su-
preme court Friday .n the case of
Martin leering versus the city of
Cincinnati decided that the Jones lo-
eal option laqw, providing for the es-
tabliahment of dry territory in res-
tdettal districts of municipalities by
petitIos is valid. In this the court
asutalni the Judgments of the super*
rior curt of Cinclnr.atl.
TenlgM. ''
It yom yeMM anio tomoalow tab
Ohauberl b's SWtomah ad UWe
Tablets taIOLt They proemse a
erable hetive efect. wear te
bind a"d e eM* theb tom W w ica
" cow. pampim free at AV&


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