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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 06 22, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Volume ID: VID02207
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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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XXII, NO. 94 GAINESVILLE,


EL AND HAS NO SAILED UNDER MANY NAMeS,
SProfessor Arthur, Alleged Crookt,

LITICAL DESIRES Lat" y po*
LITICAL DESIRES' Ohicago, June 20.-"Professor" A. .
Arthur, who has been sought by the
SPass Days In Peace In police of a dozen cities for nearly a
of Famiccre of ears. has been caught at
OsOm of Family. Monmouth, lls, ys: Chicago detectives.
Arthur has operated under imny
EIN THE RANKS. if.'arent names and when he was ar1'
rested papers were found in his possesC-
mnlcatlon to the New York sonIndicating that he was traveling.
I Ex-President Grover Cleve- as the vice president of a bank, pro-
biaclalm Any Aspirations to tefssor in an eastern college, a tourist,
ter"Public Life. a lecturer and a minister.
SIn his satchel was found a full bank
Yrrk, June 20.--rhe World to- lang utfit, inclu-dlna 00 irk itatioa
lUshes a dispatch from Prince- drafts on the National Park Bank of
J., quoting former President view York. The police of Chicago
vd as saying: have been working on the case for
Perfectly absurd to suppose for more than a year or ever since it was
perfect thatly absurdI have any desiruppose tfor d4covered that the drafts were print-
publc lfe. Nor have any desire ed in this ety, where the "professor"
entertained the thought since apparently had his headquarter-.
nashgton, more thn ouhtx yeas The alias "Professor Arthur" was the
iashington, more than six years ane under which .he Wiade his last
'he matter is as far from my
as it was in 1896, When, all appearance, "n eminent member of
S. thee faculty of Hamilton College," a
he Is reported to have represented him.
self. He was to haye lectured tlat
night in Hinidiale on "E ypt end the
Orient."
as "J. S. C. Bliss," he ls said to
have posed as the vice president of
the PeoplI's Natlonal Bank of MrT
S Minavillo, Tonm.. Aquantlty of draft'
and stationery, duplicates of that used
In the southern bank, were found In
Sli his possession. It was while work-


SGROVER CJWELANP.
admit, It was not within my
,ng or sight. I have no higher
rations than to pass my days in
.e with my family around me, and
no part In politics, which any
ate citizen cn a take with the ut-
t propriety.
[ have never spoken to anybody
ithe subject of a fourth candidacy. I
0e never written to a single politl-
friend one way or the other, nor
e I been written to or spoken to by
am. There is not a political leader
any prominence endeavoring to ad-
ce any movement to nominate me
any state, so far as I have been ad-
aed, nor do I anticipate any such ef-
t will be made by 'any leader, prom-
ment or obscure, In any locality In the
untry.
"I have on several wkh-
a year undertaken the
bor which usually ba pvate
the ranks, but there r e nmd lurled
thin me the hope of any reward
-re the. consciousness of havag- madde
effort to asalIt In bringing about
utary conditions In the party."
TO MEET KING PETER.
Reputation Goes to Geneva to Welcome
New Ruler.
[Belgrade, June 20.-A deputation to,
leet King Peter started this p.orning
Sr Geneva "
Three sister of the late Queen
Iaga also departed from Belgrade for
iina.
Tie provisional government has of-
'd4 diplomatic corps places at th."
lroA4i station on the occasion of the
ption of King Peter, also express-
'g the de-ire that they appear in unl-
Orm. The diplomats hayv not re-
ied, pending the receipt of instruc-
s from their respective govern-


aents.
.The provisional government Is very
htt of funds, and hUs been unable
hus far to raise money In coisequence
its. istat'trs not being legalized.
Committee Solils for anmalmo.
este, Wsh., June 20.--4be gov
imment steamer Albatros, with the
i tcla cougreseioual committee ap
lted to investiate the ish Oi fish,
n of Alaska aboard, 'h; sailed for
n o, whe the work of the com-
ttte wi begin. b. damage to


RusWsln CouArt In Mournig
cr g to i rtnm fbR


Ing In this guise that the prisoner ii
alleged to have deceived many persons
in the smaller cities' pnd even some
in Ohicago. -
As "S. C. Bliss," lie was reported
as a tourist just returned from the
Orient and Egypt-a lecturer. Let
ters of Indorsement given by pastor
were found by the police.
As "the Rev A. D. Postham," It is
said the prisoner professed to be a
Methodist preacher drivenn by his
health to travel to the mountains of
Colorado and securing funds and en*
terntalnment by delivering lectured
and supplyingn" the pulpits of many
churches.
"Arthur's" latest alleged swindle by
which he is believed to have obtained
$200,000, is thus described by the po
lice:
"Hoe would deliver a lecture, and
when about to leave would produce a
New York draft, sometimes $25 and
sometimes $200 or more. The papet
appeared regular In every way and]
there seldom was difficulty in cashing
It."
"J. S. C. Bliss" Is wanted In Kansas,
Nebraska, Indiana and Illinois.-

BANKERS ELECT OFFICERS.
Convention Q-orgia Financiers Comes
TO Close.
Atlantam, Ji 20.-With yesterday's
esilon the tw*lfth m~ma convention
of the eagn iestw" association
wa broug t to a ako. In addition
tQ ie mridouil q tTig papers,
o-ft fo thio e mfydr wera elect-
ed. These were as olowla
President 8, B. Brown, Albany; flrst
vice president, Miller 8. Bell, Milledge-
ville; second vice president, Oscar
Dooly, Macon; third vice president,
L It. Famer, Loulsvtile; fourth vice
president, J. E. Dunsou, LaGrange;


fifth vice president, B. C. Smith, Gr,
fln.
The newly elected members of the
executive committee are as follows:
J. T. Orme, chairman, Atlanta; At-
lants; John M. Hogian; Savannah; F,
T.. Ekberldse, Jackson; T. B. Atkins,
Maygvflle; J. A. Baissee, V. J. parke,
JT., Quitman: ;C.0. Good-rich, Auguxk
ta; J. H. VIvlon, Cartersville; secre-
tary, L,. P. Hkilyr, Macon; treasurer,
George H6. n t.

Kentuqky Ge*t Lee TUrner.
KnoxvllUe, "Tenn,, June 20.--3oyerot
Frailer has, granted a requliUton In
favor of the Kentucky authorities per,
mating the removal of Lee TtSue
From the Jacafboro, ,Trn|, 14Jll tot Pit
yVlle, Ky. Turner wi downer othe
celebrated "'Quarter hosme" near Mid'
Milesboro, Ky., and his lArret is tl eox
Inectiom twih charges grow1Ig ouat ,
tbhe "Quarter houseM" fusilae. ... '
Fitrt American Birth en "On
New York, -Joune tf.-'ath f rm
IGtlam annunese tho blr~tbtbu~ohf tii
firet Amteuan elaid On t' 11ad.
: It rk d: ; A~ii y


ioe a Week -Mondyand rsdny

LQORIDA, MO14AY, JUNE 2,


JETMWIIITE WURYRS ovM4
k-b4 mw a sd da ;'4 u

,UhRU 1 Ru ,lL 1 woul do i wianyth llg in. mutt


ter


Ughts


FATAL pWOLNI

...ON ILLIN NTRAL
R ;,iLtiOiS :. R&$F


e.pecte4 $0 peak also P*,*S e It ellped #pd foat, emptvlu% the usee,*
%lag -vr to rue am~ % pww '-$"m ws X,41 ',;-4t4 t f se~ siet44P SI ~ e~ oin s~olsii t t~a
too 4 Seaw a r tletAeUtess .t


up W e411 h Lelets RW ** 4a 'we 0opletar wrerked. The
** Ms Att hugs Rei., t# ag who wewu Wor~tlg %
'ssss^^lAN^ ow^ .l(I'^ ^ ~~^ ^~


e OWIA 0e uubtn refuse to make any e.ree.na t m t at: thi
**: ':- : time." t was learned here that Judgi 01or I *iUed. :
Of mfscs. Redwine had Wgreed now to try th N A R
^ r-art y Bhlah but it Ila though PASSBNQEW AND rFIEIOit nA6_l4'
PISCHARGD BY THE JUDGE Ces at ynthiana, but it a thoug.
the governor will instat Oxsome otbes -rite W G t Rt o ft
Dominant Faction Was are of an A.. Miles art Hour When It Met rolel. t
quittal-Oply One JuIor la Thought SeoUre; important Informatlon. ,On Curve With Di4atro i Reoults,
to.. Have Been For Conviction of.. Lexington, Ky,, June 0.-S-*tate In' Misread Orders C04
fendanta. spector Hflnes went to Franltfort t o. .* ,:: ':
ac n J $ 'I day returning from hi. investtationa Waterlo, Io*&, Ju Jcks~on, Ky.. June SO.--At 8 Olo' of the conditions 't Japkalon. He wIH) ge train o.0 tilO (1l Cnityal, Win o
tha morning the jury in the Jett.White make his report to Governor,Deekhianltit QOmh 7a ALt : I00 iogl l ,Pst l t..
C05e filed into the courtroom and Fore- today. Ha has xthe name P the madP collidd head-on wIth freight tr.t.t
a RiWchard MIllard sa'ld: wyho went to the witness B. J. J]wen Jlit west .of lbaySen.4 Zowa,. # o
"Your honor, we aofdi'there: Is no and offered him n$$.00 to testify tore] morat .. na pqepl ar., e ,
chaune of coming to an agreement." the trial court tbht Chtrtis ett *0414ld l led and three paeggerm illiued.
Judge Rdwine iald: ot be named as the miurdsrerof J. It took tour hour," t clear the ra
will have to keep you gentlemen MarcWun IS i en told Judge l ines alsd of the wreekge',
together until Saturday night, unless the names of the' men who were oee; Thosead are:.
Syu get a verdict sooner, There Is no cretd In a closet and hIard the co J. .' Wrifi1^,' einep~.
rason why a verdIct should not be voesatlfn. ,They wre dee. by Judgi ,I. Stoaeman, *nie' '. :
reached in this case." Hines and ootroborated lwert's W tate' 1 J: .Jrantz', .fr14n. 4 ,
Juror Millard sald: anent. J* B1. 'll.-frm ,.,i., .,.
"One man has as much right to hia ... Stiknoy Watel :,
oanlon as another, and be may stick HEARST*' MUNIPIOceNT 0lIT. I Grooi, mail tn l or
to it',. 'XThroe tramps, stealing a ride, ....
It was believed from this that there Georgia Technologl'al School ReaceiVW One immigrant, uIldU4nt d.
wts only one man between the verdict $5,000 From: New Yorktr9, Berouuly 1iinf le4
of guilty or not guilty, and it was con Atlanta, June 20.-Tho an.nouw0e" Oarle M0N1, i 0. ,pnence, Ow "
ceded that only one Juror was then 'ment of W. I. Hearst's grtt O $,0 -George R. HeArt, negro of Inde.
fNt conviction and it was said that the to the tenologieI school, offered pendence. .
q(iestlon of punishment had not been through Cungresman .iggs and A,. .room W, tak.n to a hospital atf
ansaldered at all. nounced by Governor Terrell, at the Wttorloo. The three r10passengers In.
Later t'he jury again reported It wa comLmencement exorciase yesterday, jured were able to conttnue their our. ,
unable to agree, and 'hortly after 9 reoatoedi quito a seiniatlon in the largo jey.
,olock it was 'discharged, o that there audience assembled at the Granfd op- The. trains mAet on a curve. Tb
wil be another trial. 'The dominant era house. passenger train, Which had the right
Sfaction evidently expected acquittal 'rho exerclea m-arking the closing of Wayr, was gphit a dt the rate -of ,
morning, and there was at least of another year for th technological miles an hour. The froltght crow ,;-
o Juror who would not so report. schooll were ao, success from evary paid to h ve mtaundertod their : *
The scene after the announcement *tadllpoint and were witnos~ed by a er .
of the verdict was in nowise exelting, consi(,'rablo audience. --..--- .---
Some started: to clap their h&nds, Captain h1all, iyrosident of the school, SOUTH GEORGIA'S COTQON'ING ,
but were etoppred by the court. read the names of the Kraduatea and 1 "' .. d: -'
iThe gi.t'h'ds took immediate pboae tthe kubjt cts of. the esea, after Pr0sperous Far'mer pHold tape fpr
alon of the prisoners and -they were' wlc.h Jude rIgg .-.wa..-nt.rodace'' K P....... r P? ,.. :,' ,
closely guarded back to jail, People by him. Captain Hall and 'COancollor. Cussetr, .a. In0 ,0.-,, :'I "
gathered around the courthouse In Hlll, of the State university, then made' King,. of this count y w, r D4
knots discussing the cae.a, but there -short s.peechos, (ovornor 'Terroll fol. the "cotton klng of t. l0rt of th;
was no disturbance and no outward low'ing and Hon. N. E. Hatrrs, of Ma- state, a-d .i by fa- ,te~ich at
sign of trouble. Jett and, Whito are co, president of the board of trustees, In the county, Wahden vt r 0 as *011:
to he watched closely to prevent any being the last to speak. lug at from 4 to. 5ee t KaIr;. lg w -
sort of communiaatlon. It is feared The diplomats wrote awarded by In ondition to hO4itil a*r.1
there will be an1 attempt made to Cd an:cellIor '11111, a id during till part 1,000 batlo hadi apiet oted;, .11 '.i4
either rescue the prisonre or to d'la.- of the exerc'lp.es5 the floworwa that had which, wlth theu eepbptQat f lbOUt a
pose of them, but this is Impossible boon sent to the theater for the grad- bale, 'have recently beeSn s oZ :4U : :
onl account of the guards. uats w w..ije presented.to them as they good Prele.; :. %
Major Alien has the situation well sat (n1 lieo 1 tago. Tho Grand orc.hea- 'Mr. K.ing1 wa1 s 4Xt day i i
In hand. Attorney 1,yrd, after a con- tra furnished the music. would sell what e 'h loft at *
sultation at 10 o'clock, mado'a motion -------ots replied that i h ad i
for a change of venue.. Judge. Red. BLUE AND GRAY MEET 'QGTHER In Colum.bus hwe m lgh4o but would'
wine refused' to hear argumkets, but of -- .t stOp his lows n1ow ,to.4 the"
his own accord changed tho venue, to Big Crowd Attenlded Veterans' Reunion pie to the station u t thi p .i-, ?4,
,Cynthlana, Harrison county, at the Held at MystIo. ,. King has studied the cotton lsitttlft
Next term of court. Cynthlana Is not Irwinville, Ga., June 20.--About 1,000 closely. IHeif*ayae' Ii i s ]tpoloj10 '
In Judge Redwine's district. He sur- people attended the reluton of the old that the price of ootto illiW gd matin
t priced the spectators by at once order, veterans held at Mystic Wldnesday, higher before a great Wile, 1 a1 d tht V
uIng the prisoners sent to .Lxington excursions being run from Vitzgerald, the iprosIctst for a :lrie cp w@D'Wr,
under a detachment of soldiers and ac- Ocilla, Tifton and IrWilaville. never poorer tha Mrn;nOw. Kig':
r.companled by EIllsor Joi.."4 They will Old soldiors from all of tbe urround- ha large farWing .inteets 'in tlt5
leave Jackson at 2 o'clock and be plac-, ing countle attended and mingled with ounty and returns $,00Q0 croM for t*ro
ed n Lexington jail for atfu-keeping; at tho veterans of the blue, who were Atlon,
7 o'clock tonight. there in large numbers from Flitizger., I
It la stated from semi-offieial sources aid. WOMAN BATTLES WITH MANIAQ(
I that the jury stood 11 for conviction At 10 o'clock Mr. Wilcox, of Myetc,
and 1 for acquittal in the Jett case, in short but' well worded peech,: Thrlling Experience of Mrs. N .an%
and 7 for conviction and 5 for acquit- welnomi4 the visitors. He was an- Roe, LIghthoue Keeper ,
tal in the White case. swered by Rev. BliJzard, of Fitagersaid New York, Jwu< 0-.%,Ii'. ,Niafy'
F"t'patrlck, the man who finally Then Ckptsal JV. J Martin d*1ivered tohe 00 oldest lightioilse kacierI .
stood out for the acquittal of Jeti, an excellent sad eloquent address. H e tth United States, Isl te herolne of
;says he did not base hls opinion on was followed by Ho Job n D cey, a combat i the blo4Iq 14iI a ,
the arguments of the attorneys, but on who wao folinwed by Judge. D t. M Stony PointV h the Hudso Ip wil
the eriden in the case. He said Toberts, who argued the eonstltution. she war pitted sil a n4*d' with
There is in his" mind not only a reason. ality of the rigtt to sede, lUnatlo, who attempted~ t 4domollah ith
Sable doubt of etft' guilt, but there i After the peecbhes diter wa. a things in the lgbhthop sid to tear h :
alo reason to believe that he ha4 noth' nouneed. After dinner speeches were' light: dowe .', ,:i:.,:, th:- w''!.
;Ing to do with the murder of Marcum, delivered by Captain Matfston postms Armed only with poker, the mwon.W h".o.e:
j .... ti of Plt-gera4, sad l0." m IsIo S yeara old, and hat *adbt' AH
WE 10 MAK E 'commat.der of the rand AmW Oft the saded the ight. 5lf a 'century, av ,
S EWEN TO MAKK ADDReS -. Republic "i(gerld 1. ... td hr t 'hP tro.id and 4tove bac "
S* . *" a F-- ....g r I', + ..." ] '' 'r.... -- .,' : .- .'* -. ,, sat Lt- by belebo in"g bhi o' ,ver
RefugeeFrom Feud sectlfn Will Tet( of g*$ledo shooed hi Wales tbqhead. After the Instin had fled
Breathitt'e Troubles. I ^rtandon. also day ts ao0om th elady aiounde4 thb for dallt ib
gw.ttt0mn K... Jn., SOtB .AO'v^TI eq!peled b tntloo .tro :,-1Nai .c '.. .o.on c* a
w .to herae anaday 4r .;t tb o.?pe1 by he rck^,ig of sthTeir. house, but i *0... .:4ee y .j: ..5j et o ...e,
ost reo Mro dhM's trnighbt e the daagw e waskeported, 04t11 shabe Wua tou.te f. $paUs S#,-Joha l



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J.co4sEASTER1I Gray? yers IN SAND Are M i Mi
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i.o i 0tio Prison aid M h i ,, y.hair was:asling oyu t ..d. One. Toca iox When o Kde trob pry p the md Alh 4 oL Wh
S feurnintgay veyf ast. But yUr ...' ,courae#, Aasns ,bitio beauty, ii 1
i. o EaftWr idnr, OtS airdVi(,or atppe thirfa.ifg anod t.drobabytSoerthe eegatw iestote. , a n .f-uene ,s r *t 'eve
ie i or" t reyored the natural color. o-Mrs. e a o diR leas wheat elt

Kidney trouble has d:ePyo.pr T

rle W101l0kirlo.AoterTtirt
h.t^ti ortunate Young Mart Did It S illpOSsibe for yo :-An n sto* er. OcaLa Held to Reins. become so v w i^redpytr and La
in t-eansa han O M t Will Cost flot to look ld, with tad seDg HsNry o wn r hTle Waita
S Ho : His rLiberty Forever-Circuit clr, rcf eventy .years 10 Hunedsed Feet-Finger on Right ,:t h.d cnilha d .twi for tAnotherp .Trai o asn
ou'rt Proce e ings. yourLI hair! P perhaps you Hand broken. B Taken to H e in cala.
"Joh Erastorlin, listand u. oaare seventy arnd you lo iAt lteasd t wo of theddelegates to the a Ak *I r a t o a it a Wthort* Jif 1i.-A negro tr,
he a sM Honorw dbo Wil id theoupe t ypo r," gra wa 3oiuntytiommiwsioners and oodoo RoadsB w ionh t o th ,paoae i ats yt aiicl, hand employed on press Trainl
t room a 4 oclock Thu tday after. use Ayer's Hair Vigor Onvention, which has been in session wne n sxtwpd e oo t. tha e aupeu r- ser of the Atlantic bioat Line wI
soon, addressing the young man who In less thaii a moith yOr in this city for the past few days, will h .ttit is kdyros b e, victim of ancient here last0 |

Stnhe murder of Thos. W. Clark at s ark, rich color f youth. These delegates were Allen Rogers of aThe di dian to a seased cen3t:n uf ttre op 0 rai, -oi
b $1.00 a Ole. Ocal an d E. L. Waterman of Citra, K dney" and bladder and not to a habit ,as him hil life1. 'is head w as


fully aware of that which was about to A Lowell, as. Rogers has a finger of his right hand SwampRootl soon reallzd. It iad h ed
follow, broken and the other distinguished by druggists, in fift The expretra went no a sdi
"-ohn....s..erin. 'co t eed t ctrut and one dollar The express -'train went imwu a Sidhig
ohn Easterlin"YDE RECEVES CHECK d gate is sufferin the inconven- es. You ma have
udge, "yo. have been brought into ene of a sprained knee. sample bottle by mael *a a thi ppt for another t
1idgeo r ave hbeesroght into pasDV.... H K. ienestofta sraiednhikneef. w h saplef o pamples. The tbcrew of tafhe trait hhad

Shis court upon the serious, grave Hi& Texas Oil Investment is Paying for which he free, ls p trelll sod n nsn been working hard, and warmu tery
charge of murder. You have hiad a ,Him Handsome Dividend. should be commended, Ohairman thousands o f testimonial letters received much. ued. This man
fair and impartial trial before a jury "You may say what you please about Thomas of the Board of County Com- from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer for a few moments' rest with his head
of your countrymen; you have had the .oe may sa wo at you pea aut w miss:oners for Alachua county, was de- & Co,, Binghamton. N. Y., be sure and on one of the rails of the main track
advantnge of able, distinguished and tlbs t ie .i propoi ions, but wht a f, sirous of demonstrating to the gentle- mention this naper. and when the other traii Calme tlirak
: sopetent counsel; but this jury has, r bwCoie; i a goo nl men in question the progress being Don't make any mistake, but rememO- nd en by It ca thag -
aftf' due deliberation of nineteen' u emisp eear a H de yesterday, e made by Alachua in the construction ber the name, Swamp-Root., Dr. Kil- d to him. The ody was ta
adjudged tati you arguirltyf hi) displayed a tempting looking ckecd .th ,
ho adadged that y a guilty for which he declared was his of good roads. Accordingly Thur- ers wamp-Root, and the address, Ocala,his home.
S.nd have so returned a verdt; they third monthly dividend from tie xa day morning he secured a car- Binghamton.N. Y.. on everybottle. Thi~ setion was blessed with a r
Shave shown you;the mercy of brothers, Orude Oil o ny of Beauont. riage and, in companyW with the T"freshilug rain yesterday, which prrod
However, aud now I want to ask you if Mr, Hyde received inothihg for a surveyor, A. W.- Taylor, started MARRIAGE AT ALAOHUA. of great benefit to the crops.
I:.there i any reason why the sentence loig time. e invested 2,50 in thue on a short drive with his guests -
Of the law shall not be passed upon v.ntu.e, n we n e of h from Marion. When they had reached Contracting Parties Mr. J. T. Osteen His Last Hope Realized.
you?" venue, an, a while al nubtr of hs a point near the Mixsoh place, south, and Miss Sallie Fletcher. [From the Sentinel, Gebo, Mont.
aquaintanes who had invested money In the first opening of Oklahota
Ter was a momen o silence re going about the srees walking one of the carriage wheels collided Married, Sunday morning, at the Int ei of i
were i about te streets talking settles in 1889, the' editor of .h
among 'the little crowd which had petroleum h bug this enterprising with a tump whichoccuped a promi residence the bride's parents, Mr. per ws among the many seekers
gathered about the bar of justice, and shrewd investor said nothing. nent position in the road. The horses J. T. Osteen to Miss Sallie Fletcher rune who ade the b a
:While all realized that there could be Now he has nothing to take ~ack and were going at a lively gait, with the Rev. W. C. Foster offloiating. da in D i re
7but one sentence, a feeling of sorrow nothing for which to apologize, as for result that the tongu,e of the carriage Messrs. W. C. Rives, O. W. St.e- outan .a ars hing
prevailed whih was evident on th the past three months he has been re- became suddenly detached with a tre- phens and T. H. Oato were elected at his claim, he encountered m'ttKi t
'part of even the dignifed Judge on eeiving this 10 per cent dividend. He mendous edncussion. Mr. Rogers was yesterday's election as trustees of this water, which, together with tih svm.re
he be c. an n anifests every confident in the co- driving, and with that determination school heatgave him a very severe diarrh
SThere is no reason you. honor," e ows stock and characteristic of a "man of nerve," he Miss E. G. Spencer left Monday for which it seemed almost imossi to
dark, rich color of, y t check, and along in June tdsae caa,- u..
replied the prisoner in a cool, firm gives for his reason the conservatism held the reins. He was consequently Farm ille, Va., where she will spend e bad hong et e
voice. with which he invested his money, jerked from the carriage and pulled a the summer. Miss Spencer has been day one of his neighbors brought him
"Then the sentence of the court is The Texas Crude Oil Company is un- distance of nearly a hundred feet be- selected as first assistant for the fall o0ne small bottle of Chambelrlain
tha o, John Eaterin be onned derthe sam direction and the me ore the animals cold induce him to term of the Alachua school. 0olic, Cholera and Diarrhoea cnrtly
In the State prison for the remainder P dertwesaedrcinndte'as a last hope. A big dose was l
o tr tte prison for t reainr management I the Star Petroleum release his grasp. The horses escaped Miss Miriam Roberts of Altoona is m while he was ro ing abost on
of your natural life. b Company, which is one of the strong- and had not, up to the supperhour last visiting her brother, W. T. Roberts, ground in great agony, and in :a ,i
Jut think of that! A boy, ust est and most reliable companies in the night, been captured agent of the A. C. L. railroad. minutes the dose was repeated. T
blooming into manhood, when he; T xas fields. Mr. Hyde, with many In some way Mr. Waterman was Children's Day was celebrated Sun- good effect of the medicine was s ol
should be an instrument of usefulness others an this city, owns considerable thrown from the carriage and sus- day with an excellent program, well notid aknd wthin an ht sou lt
t6.,ow, alokenadtleaboutrhimtnowubeindbytencedistdinfwas taking his first soudd slep r
to all about him, now being sentenced stock in the tar Company, Mr. Hyde gained a severely sprained knee. The rendered and impressive, fortnight. That one little bottle wr
to labor in the grim confines of a priof the directors.-is con- fourth finger of the right hand of Mr. Rev. W. C. Foster and family are edtra coM4plete cure, and he canot niihep
o h ergeofmander.ofhi e. hgbeing one of the directors. It f'The seasn for
or the rem der dis life. While ldently expected that this company Rogers was broken. visiting Worthington Springs this ebut fedlgrateful. The season for
wmut hesdently thisestim item.. Forr sale by all tdreuggih
we mse accept te, verdict of twelve will pay a dividend within the next The party returned to this city, be- week. di ie For leb ald d i
heare, honest men,dr at tear of time- ninety days. ing compelled to walk a distance of John Wells has purchased the E. and medicine dealers.
the people will drop a tear of sym- ------ about two miles, when Dr. J. F. Me- Pearce place and has moved his family so MEFIN SI
pathy not only for the prisoner, but Do You Enjoy What You Eat? Kinstry, Jr., administered his services here. Mr. Wells will erect a sale and SO E
his loved ones as well. FHow many f you don't your food does not do you to Mr, ogers. livery stable. W. Ste t Cs 40
mothers who have dear sons will shed much good. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is This was the only unfortunate occur- Liand Children Invited. A round His New Premises.
a tear of syimathy and condolence for the remedy that every one should take rence of the entire convention, and A ladies and children I nvi ted. Around Hs New Preises
this unfortunate condition of afamirs- when there is anything wrong with Chairman Thomas expresses his re- stand te sanchildren who cannot W R tekertwho has just
1;pleted onebt tishe handoma rmnn u
a home blighted and sorrowed forever, the stomach, There is no way to grets at the misfortune. However, it sy th rtics, etc. are in vite d to oein oie of th e handsomest re
only to satisfy the passions of a mo- maintain health and strength of mind was unavoidrble, and the entire party trthe famous Little Early Risersdnc in Flo a des o
went's anger. and body except by nourishment, of course accepted the situation good- They are different from all other pills ing thing half way. e
The court odnvoened at 9 o'clock. There is no way to nourish except naturedly. They do not purge the system. Even completed around his premises, a dii-
The first ase onalled was that of State through the stomach. The stomach ___ a double dose will not gripe, weaken tanice of 400 feet, a substantial si-c.
va. Fage Seymour,eharged with man- must be kept healthy, pure and sweet IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. orsicken; many people call them the walk which will add greatly it the
slaughter. Prisoner was arraigned or the strength will bo let down and '., says nothing bettercan be usd value and comfo ofthesr
and pleaded guilty, disease will set up. No appetite, loss Monroe Drew Arraigned for Murder, for constipation, sick headache, etc. This work was executed under diren-
Thecase of State vs. Pinkiney Jones, of strength, nervousness, headache, Convicted, Recommended to Mercy. Bob Moore, Lafayette, ind., says all tion of P. G. Edwards, the street cin-
wscile D efena nt oonstipatiton, bad breath, sour rising, others gripe amnd sicken, while iDe- tractor, and.is a'eredit to tie ability. if
malaughter, was alled. Dfendnt rising, indigestion, dypepsia and all Th session of the circuit court was itt' Little Earl Risers do their ator, and is credit to abty
was arraigned aind pleaded guilty, stomach troubles are quikly cured by spent Friday in the trial of Monroe work well and easy. Sold by Bodiford that yon man.
Court adjourned until 2 o'louk, thi se oe f Kodol Iyspepsia Cure. Sold D)rew, a beardless colored boy who has & McOollum. A Serious Mistake
when the.case of the State vs. Monroo by Blodiford & Mciolum. not yet reached the age where lie can WILL SOON BE COMPLET E C. DeWitt o is the l h
D rew, murder, was called. Thle after- ISRAEL WILLIAMS RELEASED. exercise his citizenship as a man, W who make the genuine \
ni tilin wlho make tl 'gengii 'inCe
noon was spent in empanuling and .... upon the serious charge of murder. o S N a N z itt's is th \\itcc
wearing a jury, when court adjqurn- Man Convicted of Selling Whiskey i1- Drew killed one of his companions aWill be Finished by Jul rs li:ze Salve tat as i
ed until '9Bpclock this morning, legally Gives $1,000 Bond. near Alachua over a debt of a few dol. i, llbe Fished by uly L zel salve that heals witit ,
r illias the colored bnrbreply to various uestions as to i., a scar. It i a serious i
Hot. Weather Weakness. Israel Williams, the colored barber rs, which he claimed was in self de- when the system of street and house us any other. DeWitt's \\'itch llid

lacking in' engy, you are ptrhapn Myor Th' ms ad convicted o sell- eatio of te evidence before the, tractor for this work desiresto state a protruding piles, buris, Ir
suffering from te debi n. elts ., , without i lionsSaturday decided iht, le was guilty of murder o w e e d ll
e 011L rt beo tae Ln o de. a rchdwith that the work will be finished, every- Bodiford & MeOolluim.


ofsuimnorweather. These sy mptoms r, ns ueen release unuer .............. ......... thing being favorable, between the 1st Meeting Did Not Materialie.
indiato 'that a tonic is neu(led that b inm for his appearance at the next verdict, but asked for the mercy of theo and 10th of the coming sonth. The N tihg Did Nn t Materialize
will breotte a healthy appetite, make term of the circuit court. court, numbering of houses will be ,ome Notwithstanding that a tnulyr r
digestion perfect, regulate te bowels The irumstances of Williams' ar- The court adjourned at 5 o'clock yes- by July 1 and ten dayswill be completed our progressive citizens are hearty
and impart natural activity to the rest appeared in The Sun of Sunday terday until tihe ext regular term. It tost the naines of will required accord with he Sun's sugge
liver. This. lerbime will di it, isy a ssion, thirt eens tr eselebrate in a localwaytheFourth o
tonic, laxative aid restorative. il. morning, and are yet fresh in the was a most effective session, thirteen a st er Arnow stated yesterday July,, no one 'attended the oi,'ttif
Freegard, Propr. Grand View Hotel, minds of tlhe public. It will be re- cases having been disposed of, and His that he had recently received inquiries which one attend for Thursday e
Oheney, Kan,,. writes : "I have used nmombered that the iman was arrested Hoinor Judge eWills and Prosecuting from the government as to which was called for Thursday Ti.ut
Herbino for the past. twelve yenrs, anid by Off1ievr Cromwell in the rear of the Attorney Calhoun deserve a great deal res e ao to the .prog- at the
netingondedath n e NI barber shop, 'West Union street, just as of credit for their rapid arind effective was fro m thtr Th eerpostwhich explained, however, by the fctt t
5 or.-tist ftmyeoter-general, who has the supervision of the meeting in its issue of Thir~U~Y
Neto, Kan." at olno ros. h was in the act of either giving or work if i may be so general who The S oitted to call aten
Prominent Offcials Here selling two men some whiskey. Both designated, the newly created Eighth this department, intiated that they meig in its issue of Thu
Willias and the two en were at- Circuit ha a most competent head, were waiting.for the completion of this many of the citizens thatnd b
E. Borden, general superintendent rested, but the men were later released and the people of Alachua county will work h many of the citizen and bgi
of transportation, and Chief" Surgeon md summoned as witnesses. Not- appreciate this fact. take der a governmentablish forgot the date.
TitakeAundereadvisegnel t forgottt il l bbe hd
Thomas of the Atlantic Coast Lime, withstanding that.both testilted under A Splendid Remedy. t of the free delivery system A meeting will be held at thg m ii
with headquarters at Wilmhnigton, N. oath, that they were not buying the Neuralgic pains, rheumatism, lumn- The.workof platting lots aid blocks it isto berTuesdy thateningd cr
C:, were in the city for a few hours whiskey, but that. Williams .only in- bago ard sciatic. pains yield to the and numbeiing hoses is no small. job, iresto behopdeffet soa dtcr-t
yesterday, arriving in thie.rietr's tended giving thea a dritik, the de- penetrating influence of Ballard's and tie corntraetor is taking his time rangemehta for that occasion.
private carNo. 01 fendat was subjected to pay a ti of ow iment. t penetrates to the in the matter in order that no, mistak angent for th occasion.
These gentle n remnei d ly a or spend two months oo the nerves and bone, and being absorbed will result. Kodol G.ives Strength
foewr High Springs th aftroon street into the blood. its' healing properties TaxKonab by enKabng the digestive organs to
.. Ilegh Springs. Tax on Babies.
Outs, Bruises and Burns Quickly are conveyed to every part of thw body Extreme hot Wea es gest, atsimitate and tratasfoym h1
For Over Sixty Yars Healed. and effect some wonderful eure. Mr. upon the d igestie h holesome food tat y be
Mrs, Winslow's Soothing Syrup has Chamberlain's PainWBal is an ant- D F oore, agentIllinois r whe e be into tkind of blood that o
Illnois len'ndfeeblethey.should be nee s, feedthe tiues,
I een used by children while teething. septic liniment, and when applied: to Railway ,Milan, Tenn., states: "I haveI n f they should be the nerves feeds the titles htarS
It soothes th6e child, softens the gums, cuts, bruises and burns, causes them uwed Ballard'a Snow Liniment, 'for vrmn few thses d White's Cream the musles t and recuperates theK
.ay ays all pains, ures wind colie, annd to heal without maturation and muoh rheumatism, baokache, tc., in my will stimulate cile t It ga f the entire body. Kodo
iathe beit remedy for diarrhoea. Twen- more quickly ctha by uatial treatment. Itmily. It is a splendid reed We gesiou o their td fso.litte the oodi- epia Oure -ureU Indigestion,
tyfive oetats a bottle, Sold by all drug. For sale by all' drtiggiets and maedi- ould o t do without it." (O become ao at ive on P i h u to ch
.to UithrohOUt the world. iune deklekr,. and - 00 Lt Br,, a Joe r ea u.thy nd a ati, oayditlErhbSt cd
a.- .. .










Ni OMT-

TEES REPORT


* *'.' '. *i7b'"


se of Gainesville
Rer People.


and


IATHENS OF FLORIDA"

Iian ,:M mn of the Good Roads
1rinitte'e Aelieves in Employing
,VICt On,Roads-Report of 'lom-
tLeLgislation.
.mening'session of the Coun-
iners and (Good Roads As-
l ednesdaiy the following
:"were unanimously adopted :
g Hon the committee on reso-
paprisiig Messrs. H. H.
L. Wa teriman and B. W.

2, It has been our pleasure
jin the beautiful city of
i, the Athens of Florida,
rpose of discu sing the best
'f improving our highways;
onerous and kind treatment
.""received from the hands of
Shave filled our hearts with
madness, making our delibera-
lant and smooth; therefore

ed, That we hereby extend
felt thanks to the Hon. H.
H chairmain, and Hon. J. W.
cretary, for presiding over
rations of our convention;
ann, for his valuable ser-
'.the Hon. Christopher Math-
'he elegant address of wel-
e young ladies and gentle-
'ytheir sweet music; to the
.earted people who have en-
',!UB so beautifully in their
.he Board of County Com-
of Alachna county, for the i
attention given; the iner-
'd hotels, for courtesies ex-
nd the railroads and press

it will .ong remain with us
nt spot in our memory. In
p.Of Rip van Winkle, may the
Gainesville and Alachua
Jong and prosper."
neltision or the report of the
on resolutions Chairman
dressed the convention in a
i. lie said that lie coh-
'sis a most opportune moment
l to the delegates present his
tonU of their hearty co-opera-
was glad to see the manifes-
Sso much enthusiasm and
Hand, while the advocates of
ds had come a long distance to
ith one aiotli
omllmoii cause, fi"e observed,
good feeling which had pre-
hat the meeting had proved as
a Jove feast as it had a con-
In conclusion Prt sident
inked the citizens of Gaines-
thlir hospitality, also playing
Ipliments to "beautiful (iaines-
roperly dubbed in the resolu-
e Atherns of Florida."
man Long of the committee on
ads submitted the following re-

r committee on good roads beg
report that:
t o-We aro unalterably opposed

rith free labor.
snd-We favor their employment
he public roads. All short-sen-
or mild offenders upon the
Roads in the county where the
iwas committed. Those steeped
e or of long sentences to be in
:of the State, and worked upon
ini of State roads to be provided
law;
rd. We urge the State organ-
id president of this association
re at the earliest possible date
it and harnionious action of all
untiesinterested in any trunk
-rth, south, east or west con-
g the principal cities of the
With the seaboard and the out-


rld ; looking to its early corn-
, thus creating a system' cover-
nearly as possible the entire

uth. We ..favor a hearty co-op-
'with the National Good Roads
attion, and government aid to
tes in this work.
It It is impoeaible t reach the
s we seek in this work without
'ble legslatorin.. e therefore
oor support to men whom .-we
esire outr attcs, and 'Whoe.
support we fieIl confident we
spend upon to helip wis suceed,
Sir to of osie .
th. 'Wetiriit-itie l who feet an
in god ds to unite with usi,
Aw H .< 'M 'i3 ji . 't',,.. **:


I


orthington Spring thentr a ached an alarming dog ear- Grown by the B n Inhi rov
attraction now. Bathing and fishing tl all the fslahermen have .nbpdoxned With e 'rea d cake, and oharn
is fine, the river is low. their occupation, with the roailt that p4gne so rare,
Miss Alma Blitch has returned from temporarily the flah houses Itvi been. Thtt I tidelcious perfumii killed the
a pleasant visit to her sister, .irp. j;icompelled toolose down, Mr. Hodges sweet i( ".
SRivers, ofe Central City. videty believes that the dWldutry We, lfeated: a -I'etd and the wine
El1i Futch is visiting relatives in willill foronly a few weeks,Lho-wlver, gin t sted,
Gaiutsville and will rmtInain for sew for in the same letter he s -Man- Plattertere refilled, yet we foutd
oraldays. ager Livingstoin that he will sign aeoin- Tthe 119ealth e d, ,e i
It is to be hoped the commissioner treI for another ear, begging A grasped the f ,
good roads meeting will .develop in gaut <:. And fiter 1e h bonust toi.st o w it
good for the county. Good roads have The fishing industry being, almot took~l Stp. "
never been seen only in print in this tihe total supportof touri te town by With l Pstie nd Staton, ev. von
county. .. the sea, itl is to be hoped 4 ths I.,hph Winder, Dr; aind M re. w;
There will be a grand basket pieuie fmineo"' will b of only short ura-' Vi.h (tl. the MeMes,. the
-.0 ranron Vnd his Sue;
at Worthington Springs on the 4th of mWit ', pt:. Or ie and Mis Co ra,
July. All are invited.. Distinguished Card Fomrn Lriiry omithe.. .Hbar7 MhI LUrte. to;
speakers will be invited to. speak on ic' lBtal ,te.-e on .bwoks of ithe -as Mr ., Mi orel forinl
that day. Twentieth 0 t-ory Ot.yb r111114i t.e
Constipated Bowels. M." a ". a J. tbs lei. will be 1 awitho -1 W. $*0 m3i.
To have. good health, the body -ho0ld away all dsunimr, wk 4 all a .... .. -.. .---
be kept in a 'axsatwe condition, and oti gain t0h11,:hmatter of b. Ohi ,firtin' s, lhr n. a
the .bowels moved at least Otnee a dlyi,.to of books .ad in y ;t D. Rm
5 that all the poisonou.s waters are btry 8tse of the omsmafite sp t S '
expelled daily. Mr. O L. Bydwards, 1to be t I thi 4t 4ri1
14 N M ain' St. W1o[al. Ka "sa,
wr it "i hat e used Wlerbii, to r:ap. 0t"o0oli l" Se uiq>a o
late th i yafd bowhjtpx b ost ei... *bwozk 1a55 a th ses a


___ '' <" .. W" A"T U" "PE1
Cured AfterO. Te4r Yearo e ssss fro ANOTH+ER, GET

Rhe'f.Wtis an e ai A y NOTHER 'OASTIN

b iDid N e to be iw it With'


PAINN CELERY COMPOUND yrs of Live:Oa.

Enables W B. Oari.nterk to W ferP'e" 0

,' '''Two Yeoar fo s OpponrAnts, But I,.ot _o0' Goatty
Was Vnry Even.
Take courage, ye disheartened and Mr., W. .. Carpenter, Buuena Vi\ta, Th Oak Halls, Mo.t0urs Pets,
despondent rheunmtic and neuralgic Ark., say have lsot out again, thisuio to tLive
sufferers. Ydhr repeated fatures wit -I atti glad tao. say1 that t a a well dd
doctors anud the o6nmn medicine ofn man 'today; although I havt suffered Oak. It was not because tQ PI4s did.:
the day should not sink you in utter do- with rheum artitma id neorilgia for ten not play good ball. but i errors t "1y
spair. Thero is hope! There is rescue! years. I cried aeverad physicians, but laid the Sawyers in the shade, nnd it-
The-re i certaincure for the most help.' wilih cnly temporary telief. I havo as tho errors which woi the game.,
less victim i Pane' 0ery Coi taken seven tt ine Ceer The game was lately attended,'
p..n. This fanious :a n on r(fit . 1oSlliiound dand [I aIT g inOiw w ell, I h ad,
pounds Thia famosti aidwonderli not been able to work for two years, many hiavig cone from vriOUtis sur.
medical prescription .has abeole ) Iutnow I an work alright. Paine's rounding towns and cities to witness
proofs .f complete oures i u 7 per cent Celery compound is the bst medicine the g-i. The Oak Halls wore in
of thcae h h e d. good shape, and it was dimfleult before

"At the adjourned meeting of this NEWS PROM WORTHINGTON. ti neuro bet eoitr ieay, or hte por
body held in Jacksonville in November Th )aeu rb eteihi were even,
last, there were three matters passed The Famous Resort-is Entertaining were eenPe
upon by the association and recon-. Many Visitors-Other .Notes. dLy an ,ad a rostfor the cl
mended to the Legislature for enact- Worthington, June 10.--o We are all ned d for tloir work It was the
inent into laws, viz: glad to see the springs in the finest errors i their old and the poor fieldI
"A, billpending for the appointmet condition, People are coming in I I o (t nd.
of one or more game" wardens for the crowds from the srroundhig country i ous to nothing.
State at large; a bill changing the rule to take a bath In the healing fountAinT. The was lum ied up a f1itowi
of practice in the admission of inmates and welcoine they are. The springs Srg oaiiay sumLynch, 7 by Chaspie,
to the insane asylum or inftlrmary; and speak for themselves in, making some ba isea baL 7; be ht for he
a bill authorizing the c enoellation of of the most wonderful acres ih their 7; bases ovill., 0; bAse ts fo the
certain imperfect tax sale certiflcates, history of rheuinatlsmand general de- Pets: Stovall,.Kennedy, 4 errors by
lSteele; for the Sawyers, 4 r e.rori by
"These matters we*ralldulybroought ability. Galnesville, .byLiveOak, 8 "
before the Legislature through. the The farmers In this section are up The u ro e t Pets the ,worst
kidness of lon. W.H. Jewell of Or- with their work and have fine "pro- of i on field rrors h or
ange. county. The Legislature passed pects for good crops. .iof....i...... ..
the bill authorizing the oanoellation of It is a pleasure to report Bud Dubose OF INTEREST TO WOMEN.
imperfect tax sale certificates, but for well again,. He came from Jackson-
some reason best known to that hon- sick, to visit his parents, but is now Newsy Items Which Relate Solely to
orable body, the other recommenda- over all Ills and smiiling as usual at the the Fair Sex.
tions were not adopted, pretty girls. A Mrs. Thomas Allison of Midland,
"'our committee reoommeonda that One of the Worthinfgtou baseball Pa., la t hei iitdoer of a qoiu weighlirg
in future when this body has any players happened to a little accident, 22 pounds at birth.
measure which it is especially desired which has rendered hint inablb to give There is ailarge park in Alexandria,
that the Legislature shall formally his pitcher, Berry Wells, thu daily Egypt, which is open only to w.onien,
pass upon, that a committee of one or practice. foreign aind liative.
more be appointed to go before the B. H. King and family of Headland, There is no sue ha thing as being toI
proper committee of the Legislature, Ala./after a week's visit to the spring, refln(et. Good breeding is even greater
in order that our matters may be have' returned to their home tuch than boauty.
properly placed before that body." benefited. The daily output of a ginghai mill
The living friend and walking ex- at Manchester, New Harnpshliro, is
NOTES OF SANTA FE. ample, in the person of E. II. George ,350 miles of goods,
Big Reunion of the Futch Family to of Monthrook, of what Worthirgtoi I Throeyoung ladles at Newport, I.,
Bi Reunion of the t Family to Springs can do for rheunlatismi, re-j have started a new style of wearing
Occur on- a24tlnst. turned to his home Tuesday entirely their hair in braids down their back,
Santa Fe, June 18.-It is an adopted eured. Don't. use cold water when giving the
custom for the Futch family as the We are always glat to see the smil- face a cosmetic scrub. Warm water,
24th of June arrives to meet am. cele- ing faces and hear the gleeful voices followed by a dash of cold water, iabet-
brate that day, as it is the birthday of of the Alachua people when they comio, ter.
Eli Futeh, their old veteran father, for they mniko the very hills echo to I Don't walk too far at first, wh.n
His children, gratd and great grand- their inirthfulness. inking up outdoor exercise for the
children will meet in a family reunion Several niew names have leenr added aske of your coiinpltxion, StOp justh
on that day at the residence of W. M. to the register iHat this week from short of btil g tired.
Blitch in the shady grove in front, of Georgin, Alabanma and Florida. Dr. ileno Sltocker is the editor aid
the residence: A feast will be spread Dr. B. C. Hodges and family,. after Frauletn Olirenn Tja the assistant
on a long table prepared for the occa- spending two weeks at tile springs, re- editor of a new paper for women,
sion and presided over by that old turned tq their hoo much improved. | Frrnien lIund~icau, published at ell,
pioneer settler, surroundedd by one p The artistic 'Billie" I still look- sig, Gerian.y,
hundred of his devoted springs. after the Worthngton Sprig "To the ridal Part."
S(irand papa will be the center of attrae- grounds. To the Bridal Party.
tion on this occasion. May he live Mrs. P.earce and childrenof Alachua Tuder'th, bi oak oi the beautiful
long to be comforted by them. are visiting 'the spring this week, Santa e La e,
*rvtgern seThe bridal party sat. around the great
Jiny4loider is one of Santa Fe's most A. O. Crum and family have re- wedding cake.
substantial farmers who has been turned to their home in Gainesville, The day was perfect, the wind was so
,quite sick for the past asix weeks. We after spending a week at the springs. still,
are glad to report isa now convalescent. We saw the refleoolions from the green-
E. J. Baird will commence the opera- FISHING AT THE KEY. top lI
tioe of his mill at this ploa seoon.o O Ao o S The breakfast was good enough for any
The corn crop prospect is not good. On Account of Scarcity of Fshh the In- big king, : -.
the sorriest for years is .the verdict dustry is Almost at aStandstill. And wa much relished as' wo fiat
Cotton an average, but late.". Cane V. H>odges, an extensive dealer With n ft whole roa turkeys,
crop good. Grass in abundance and in ihlh at Oedar Key, writes the. la- tempting and brown,
hard to down. mond Ice Company in this city, from With all the good things from both
Those who have bees are taking out whorthe has been receiving lee, to the country and town.
nico quantities of honey Brees are effect titt, in to far as the sarcity of With grapefruit and oranges fresh
rich this year. a h in the Cedar Key flshjni ground, from the tr'.,


Are due to Indgatlo fl bet nine
Sof every one hundih 4 popl ho, hayve
She0rt trouble can .ime r .when I
was olmple indigestltn. It ai solin-
ttbio t(ct that all c 0se a rt dts-
*se, not organic, ar not only triace-
atble to but are the direct. result of
Indigestion. All food taken Into the
stomioh which falls of perfect digea-
tionferments and sWells the atoma puffing- It up again ta he hart, Thli
interferes with theactiotn of the heart,
and inthe course of time that d4ollote
but vital organ becomes diseased.

Iodol
Diaests What You Eat
MMr loreno Nichols ., P"nt Y i. N. Y,,
wntitest After eatln, my .fod would dIat.il
Sby maino myw RAWwt lpltste .i ..Wii
imcaimt w.k.' FIl 1%.g ot IiS Ol,
Kodol and It. 6 v ra m tmindlait rellsf. AW,
.sima few ibotl Ism ain id.
Kodol ouwes Indilgstlon, dypeslt
and all stomach disorder,a. nd giv
th heart a ull free and ntm-
meled aotlon. .
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4114t r Tot Cr t-gir re)in isa ttetdoetrino (f polyg.
e ':--- amyi and it is generally admitted that
haraday mphtieier rec or pratice this
W1s aO1 'i:i ro, tean countries, especially in
S'-: their nmi sionary work. The probable
R Editor an p', caSuse of the German aversion to Mor,
,,, :. monism is its exclusive character,
'The Mormon church is a close corpora.
T.a ~eo S e4rI n -tiaand its members, while loyal to
he T eaWeek Sar si each other, recognize no obligations to
oth:, tie.; single copies, S5. outsiders. In an article in tihe current
AIvvasm^o- I'AEs :- number of Harper's Monthly -Prof.
c .a! 4vertisemeint, 16 cents a line Richard T. Ely, who has been making
first iond10 ^cents for erh addi- a .ractical _investigation of Mormon-
3 insertion.... ism,say s:
S'splayed advertisements for three, So far as I can judge from what I
12 moths at s8 ec l rates. have seen the organization of the Mor-
urse upon app icaon. nons is the most nearly perfect piece,
:Marriage and Death notices inserted of oi mechanism with which I have
e fe Obitaries, 5 cents a line, iechai with which have
(kV. ever in any way come in contact, ex-
e/ il-not:a:-ccet"sta..s'o-'-a cepting alone the G erm an arm y. The
larger de willnot accept stamp of a Mormons, indeed, speak of their whole
argr eno ._ io thn 2, ___ct_ -. social organization as an army, the re-
O* v a CnxBBiG LBs. serve bWing those at home, and the
;"" T' -e fighting force being the missionaries in
(N.Y,) World one year. ........$1 5 the field. We have faith, authority,
USe S7n and 'the Atlanta (Ga.) obedience, operating through this mar-
i Weekly Constitution one year.. 1 75 velous social mechanism and touching
The Sun. and the Atlanta (Ga.)
SiO mIWeekly tournh e Atlanta 1 5) life at all points, inasmuch as the
T~he Sun and the. Semi-Weekly Mormon creed recognizes no inter-
Times-Union one year....... 1 50 est as external to the church, and re-
S. gards church:and state as actually one.
Manchuria rivals Orekon in fertility, This is true, and the cohesive force
timber an4 climate, has abundance of of Mormonism is the fact that the
gold, silver, Iron and coal. It has the chnrch is largely devoted to business
I areaof Texas and three times the pop- affairs, and its work is really a source
ulation of the state of New York. of co-operation in matters that bring
practical benefits to the members. This
I 06;..Senator B. F. Kirk of Brooksvilln is has been shown not only in the con-
Sprominently mentioned as a candidate struction of roads, irrigating canals
o0 s8ecretary.of State. He is one of and other improvements which have
)' best men in the State and has reclaimed large parts of our western
i e. vor been defeated for a political deserts, but also in the remarkable
Oice :. commercial organization, "Zion's Co-
operative Mercantile Institution,"
The Unite4 Bareau of Forestry i ex- which has been a source of profit in
perimenting with various methods of various waystomembereofthe hurch,
,: preserving and seasoning wood to make Even thevar tihin swaystem has had ben church-
S 4 last longer. Cheaptimbers properly ..
re laet longer. shea timbers propl fts, for tithes are paid in products of
S traded ay takeall sorts and the tithing house is a
grade wood. mercantile institution where the,
Suw"alnee county will vote on the necessaries of life can always be pur.
question of. issuing $140,000 worth of chased advantageously. _
bonds on July 7th. Forty thousand Itis notorious that industry, thrift
Will be used for the erection of a new and temperance .re cardinal virtues of
: curt house and$100,0 00 for construe- Mormonism. Even the use of tobacco
lion of hard roads. is preached against most vigorously.
And In these doctrines is the seed of
Herbert Drane and Park Trammell the destructlcu of polygamy, which
of Polk c nity were two of the most has unquestionably lost much of its
SPol countyembers of the House of former hold. The woman of thrifty
representatives Old Polk has Just disposition sees that in monogamy
epreSentatives Old Polk has ust undvided
reason to be proud of her delegation the wife has the buidingded
In both branches of the Legislature. id of one mn fortune, and the
up the common fortune, and the
-man sees that the husband of one wife
The laws enacted at the last session sees bu tt one family to whose support
of the Legislature will be publised in liens but contribute Of course suppoly-
upplmenthe t contribute. Of course poly-
upplement form in one newspaper in ^gamy is still practiced to sprne extent,
each county, as soon as the Secretary but the proportion of new plural mar-
of State can compile acertiosied Bopyto riages is small, and Prof. Ely thinks it
the clerks of the various Boards of probable that "as time goes on and as
County Commissione. probable that "as tine goes on and as
County Commissione a generation of people grow up nnder
m T. Shao, - o Alh the influences of monogamy the actual
Sam T. Shaylor, an, old Alachua forces in the church against plural
county boy, has been elected a member farres i l be so strong as in
of the City Council of Jacksonville. marriages ill be so strong as in
S Sam is one of the leading attorneys of themselves to prevent their inttodue-
the State metrolphis and has a bright This is a safe prediction, for all the
future before hinm. He will be heard h i a a c o a h
fr beoe imp, dei he er iniluences arid tendencies of civilized
fom o h p dr. e i i life are against polygamy as an eco-
;i. ..political a g nomim and social system. Even in
S" T.F. McCall ofStt. Petersburg is an Mohaminedan countries there is a
S indefatigable worker for the upbuild- strong growing movement against it
i ing of his town. He labored night and and a notLable decrease of the practice.
day to secure the appropriation for the The probability is ihiu it will disap-
.Iu l d i ,d 1i l l * UI r in tlheU Mo on1 h cr'li. .l. o.f it. ownr -


Petersburg and his people duly appre- force, and that the one remaining
late his efforts, By a single stroke of so'uir of prejudice against that insti-
the pen, however, Governor Jennings tuition willbe the discipline or "clan-
rendered fruitless all the labors of MAr. nishness" of its members, which of
McOall, as also other friend o(if higher course will always be obnoxious to
education. tho1e with whom they come in direct
Judging from tlhe remark of Hoio. A.::;. :-:::::
"S. Mtin nat theauditoriumonl nst TLues- Under the recent act of the Legisla-
day night, the question otf leasing t ire the money derived from theU hire
- State Convicts is to be inado an issue of convicts sentenced to the State pen-
S- in the election of members of the Leg- iten-tary will be apportioned among
islature in:10t9M. The issue should hiavoe the variouL counties in proportion to
been made in 1902, however, as the the assessed valuation of property,
present Ilase will have -expired prior The money is to he equally divided hIe.
S t the assembling of the Legiilatnroeii t twoen th, O tine and forfeiture and gtn-
<,,, 19W0, and a new contract probably uni- eral funds aid it is to be apportioned
S teed Into for the hire of the convicts quarterly. In this way the countiaie
for another four years. will be enabled to increase tho road
of A : .:-::-, ".:: tax and reduce the cotfity tax
: Th people of Alachuti county are proper, thus materially adding to thle
always glad to hear of thi sucss of road fund without increasing the total
. former residents of this county, and in levy. It is to be hoped that the co
this cotinection it affords The Siun missioners of A lahua county will lse
great pleasure to be able to state, that proper to pursue this course, as- th
O ;.apt. John B. Johnston, editor df the people are in no hnmor to stand ani
Pas.o Demoorat, who was a menlmber of- .elrease in t tat itn.
t-he, Constitutional- Conv ition from .- --.^ i
AlahtioJOtluty in 1885, was thk1 peer Manila is said to have become thil
ty ofthe one hundred members of 01danest city !i the world since thi
4~hst Legtialture. .This was the seo- Ainerican -occupation. Similar re
QA**4 thixJe 'he had represented Pasco .suits occurred in Havana during th
Ai lt,.Vthhe Hotuse, having been period of American control. The san
K,/1898, and hle was easily one station outlook. in constructing thu
toths in the lIast session 'Isthilan anal lI first-clas.
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S'The "' ate'CxMl .t t


ing the -losig daya of thie session
mae n xh! stivre the

recottire s s-t0 w hif aid
aecordfhg to their spitl an purpose,
promise to learIle w a coo
fpledeevpolut Ionte ejh of 'to-
dueling this iportat and otly e-'
parztmeltt of the governments.
SAmogethe reco eiitdatlons of the
committee are several which honld
insure better class of work underth
contract system-whlpc must obtain
until- siuperseded by a better methqd-
whereby -bidders will be much better
informed, and o.nttiactors orre strict-
ly governed, than at-present; and un-
der which any kind 1.f 6'fudging" or
unfair advantage -of either the State
or the respective bidders-will be al-
most impossible.
The most important recommenda-
tion, however, which the report con-
tains, isone which may result in. an
entire.charge of system. It is that
the Board of State -Institutions shall
investigate aild report ,at the next
session upon the expediency and prac-
ticability of establishing a State print-
ing bureau, in whiph all of the public
printing shall be done, under suit-
able regulations and strict official su-
pervision.-Pensacola Press.
Hon, CM. Brown of Ocala has with-
drawn from the race for governor and
will support General Robert Bullock
for the nomination. The main reason
assigned by General Bullock for mak-
ing the race is that he feels that his
State was disgraced by the recent
Legislature in virtually repudiating
the contract of S. L Wailes with the
State of Florida for services in connec-
tion with the Indian war claims. The
tieneral was a member of Congress
when ,Wailes performed a portion ol
the work, and his testimony before the
Senate judiciary committee of the
Legislature left no room for doubt that
he believed Waile' was entitled to
every dollar he claimed. General Bul-
lock, like many others, believes that
the State should be as honest in deal.
ing with individuals as individuals are
expected to be in dealing with each:
other, and he does not mince his words
in referring to thdie members of the
Legislature whom nhe holds responsible
for the 8tat'not7pay ing what he con-
siders an honest obligation. He i'
now ripe in years and it grieves hinm
sorely to think that he may go to his
grave with this disgrace hanging over
his beloved State.- The people of Ocala
have promised him he shall not lac
for funds to make a vigorous campaign
The,add ress -of Hon. Frank Clark at
the thirteenth annual commencemoni
exercises of the Jasper Normal and
Commercial College, was one of the
ablest and most eloquent addresse
ever delivered to a body of student
in the tate of Florida. He closed hi
remarks with the following peroration
"Florida, the purest gem in the Jew
eled crown of Statehood !--hou peer
less star in the firmament of sovereign
ty!-may you go on in the proud
march of civilization, educating, pro
lecting and blessing thy children un
til that great day when all ti-r nation
and all the peoples of the earth shal
stand before the great Judge!" Mr
Clark took his soeat ,mid the greates
ovation ever paid a speaker on a simi
lar occasion in d damilton county, fac
ulty, guests aid students vieing with
eaehi other in their efforts to outdo th<
other in paying him tribute.


S A large number of the State. paper
i are mentioning Editor Harris of th
&ola iBanner as a candidate for Stat
muperiltendent of "public instruction
and as the Banner copies these withL
out a.denial on the part of Mr. iHar
ris that he is a prospectivecandidate
it is probably true that he is in -th
Sfleid. this is the case, when th
1 votes are counted lnu the next primar
W. N. Sheats will more than likely b
aware of theofact that there is such
- county as Walton and that her peoph
have some things in their note books
S--DeFunlaklBleeze. "

x The appointment of Stiperintenden
e Holloway as a member of the commit
1 sion to p epare a course of t4udy fc
- the- public schools under the be
e school law, meets with. approve
e throughout the State. No better ai
pointment could have been made to
this importratntposition.
e During the first' ninety days of thi
e present flemal year 8,109.000 aore !'
- govesnmetnit land ,C vtwe fliedx pol
he .hould this ihereaaing ratto be main
-- tainted between 26,0(Xi,000 and 80,000
e 000 sores will be taken -fron.: the pu
'i" domaln lthe present loal year.


,os.Public:: ',diW-ed :-t,g'e ofiise nOntidlh
d1 'A'm ,e,,' 1.,0 o ar n'.g ip, h .t

by the e.t.. oP.ottell..aThrs ,*i the by se .t.t. them to bthe ~ i oai;ouse,,a
:40 k4 000. 1".vli d" of*6&40g
t A aci tia( f4 habente and the 9 ay is -m1ol eo fa,'t t 0i, the
lub)ies bia pmgghtth in Oiro i..e ni s e0nnlied6 r,,if i
art . o. sh. 6 -te aged poor e sa*.* .I,4e aren
w 'I ti.nkd lln y t tpefoca aWnt o anuiin"d r
ppOlAVt. whi h this movement hsa I--t omeetio And. ett
acquired ihu he North. This is the Iale has aitrtng atie '
first toi^tae 6 dh a staxd has b.ee take June :osmopolitan'v wheh e
byr Oh1 Wsprbltcans uince the birth "Let us es der lfor
the part. lor e ae the avahntagqs white-e otatee
organization, would receive fro
of the government for the invesiig a system. A matters stand, t'hei a
ti othe sgar industry ayumwhether f
traveled through nearly all the North- poors or perhapp for the lind, for h
ern and Western States mn the prose- insane, or other In'alids, .are il i
on of his work, recently expressed at their wit's ends to knowt what
the results of his observations as fol- shall dowith the aged peopl wheii
o ws: crowded upo.i t4 hem. The wm
Probably no other subject of inter- crowded upon h iem. Te alme flie

est to th.e rural population is receiving s w a ou e

than that of road improvement. One of ter cared for in the homes of
ihe fundamental needs o society is a neighbor old tfriends, ery
en ommuniationry The exper- bly of sons, or of daughters, who
imen taions of the ntryareno receive them and take charge of t
engaged in experimental work andt humanely if they could receive a lit-
te ready money for the extra ex-
stimulating the public mind and pro-
eioting the best and cheaest systems peses. As society organizes itself, a
i good road-building with local very little money goes a great way
itaterial, State Legislatures adre en- in the average household of an Amer-
at t s The moment i appears that a
acting better laws, and in some cases ean The-moment it appears that a
the principle of State aid has been grandfather or a grandmother has
adopted. The Federal government $100 a year to his good, that moment
has established an Offe of Publie we shall find that the burden thrown
has aablhed an Office of Public a

Road Inquiries in the Department of upon the State and town in their asy-
Agriuture. Literature has been pre- lums is reduced by a larger propor-
Agulture Literature has been pro than by charge made by the
Spared and distributed for the educa- ion ep che made the
Stion of the people on this subject. pension the
retpension system has- the great advan-
"There ia nothing that will work so tag that it maintains life in homes,
;effectually for good roads as necessity, and that t abates the necessity for
'the mother of invention When a gatinstitutions or yume.
beet-sugar factory is established farm- great institutions or as ms
ers at once discover the necessity of NT ST TO WOMEN
good roads. Agitation begins, public OF INTERESTTO WOMEN
f meetings are held, and every public Newsy teams Which Relate Solely to
highway becomes the object of so- the Fair Sex.
licitous attention. It is found that
Sthe farmer requires at least four In whatever you-ldo, do it the best
horses, and must deliver from you can. The girl or woman who
Stwo and a half to four tons of works in the shop or kitchen is better
beets per load if he is to accom- prepared for the duties of a wife than
. plish the best results in the say- the idlery
ing of time and' expense. Neighbors A few doys ago Florence Nightingale
talk over road improvement and the entered upon her eighty-third year.
s idea becomes infectious. A public Miss Nightingale has long lived in sel
e meeting is called, public roads aredis- clusion and in some suffering, so that
e cussed, and an organization is effected the world hears litle of her now.
- which goes to work for the improve- The Philadelphia woman who oper-
s ment of the roads. Among the inter- ated an unlicensed still in order to
Seating -features of my work of pro- make money to educate her two'sons
s mating the progress of beet-sugar in- had a commendable motive no doubt,
r dustry, is attendance at these local but she didn't go about it with the
a meetings, at which roads and other right kind of spirit.
k subjects pertinent to the needs of After marriage a couple should love
. these beet-growing districts are con- each other just as beforehand more than
sidered. Permanent road-building is that they should give each other com-
t one of the most important matters pliments. Don't let a day pass without
t commonly discussed" saying something nice to your wife.
d Reports from all sections indicate The "Mother"s Birthday Club of Ger-
Sthat the question of road improve- many" has just been formed in Berlin.
Shaent this onquesof the mot popular ub- Its object is to prevat race suicide,
s meat is one of the most popular sub-
s jets of discussion in farmers' meet- and each member on the birth of a
s ings of all kinds, and State and nation- child will receive from $200 to $600.
: al aid are being generally endorsed. There is an entrance feeof $5anda
- The farmers are beginning to see that quarterly subscription of $1.
'" they have not received their share of There are three women station
" attention from the national govern- agents in Indiana, all of them sole
d ment, and to demand substantial rec-' telegraph operators, freight and ex-
Sogniition in the wayof Federal aid and press agents and- baggage masters at
- co-operation in the improvement of theil own stations.
Sthe rural highways. re'o keep palms green and fresh look-
e1 in.i and remove the dusty and faded
. According to ,a Ocala dispatch to p earance of the leaves, wipe each
t the Jacksonville Metbopolis, General 1 'separately with a cloth dipped in
- Robert Bullock has announced him- n rk. This will at once-give back their
ia self as a candidate for the Democratic n,. ural gloss and fresh green appear-
e nomination for governor at the pri- a cLe.
inary election in 1904. General Bul- What men like in wives depends uponr
lock is one of the best known and most whatthey want them for- whether for


e highly esteemed men in Florida and compan
l has hosts of friends who will give him very comfortable thing," said a Hiber-
loyal support. nian. "She's there if you want her.
1', oyand she's there if you don't want her "
S-, Strap effects are much in vogue oW
- SLAND ROVE TEMS. high shoes and slippers, -The high
0, Orange Trees Gives Promise of an shoes may be fastened with eight or
e Abundant Crop. nine of these straps, each ornanmentUd
Se with a small buckle in silver, gilt or
y Island Grove, June 20.-Messrs. bronze, These straps have superseded
-e Frank and "Dock" Cassels loaded a the colonial buckles on low ties.
a car of watermelons today, They ex- ____ w
e peet to load another car Thursday. Catarrh Cannot be Cured
s. The orange groves here are looking With local applications, as they ca-
well and the trees are holding their not reacli the seat of the -disease.
fruit much better than in previous Catarrh ii a blood or constitutional
It years. If nothing prevents, 4,000 disease, and in order to cure it yotl
s- boxef of oranges will be shipped from must take internal remedies. Hal's
r here next fall. Catarrh Cure is taken internally, andi
w iThe tomato crop is falling short on acts'directly on the blood and mnut-ous
al accountof te dry weather. Pries surfaces. fittl's OCatarrh Oure is'not a
Saceountof theory weather.Prices ack icine. Itwas prescribed by,
P- are fairly good at present. one of the best physicians in this coiib
ir W. Q. Bush of Na:Wville, Tenn.- try for years and is a regular prescrip-
Apent a few days at his grove last tion. It is composed O the best tonics
week, and. is well pleased with his as known, combined with th:e\ best blood
.week, and swell pleased with his ptros puifetiersaeting directly on the tmu-
Speccoa purfa The rfect ombita-
$o .. -.. t.nof. the two "inrredieoits is what
To Cure a Cold in Oae Day produces Such wonderful results n
n- Take Laxative Bronto Quiniae Tablets during catarh, t Send for testimoiaiis
SAll druggists refund the money if it '...& Toledo, 0
Sails to tre E. W. ro' signa id b-
0o4m s4h b oxe2. W, gy tti 0.


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BEEN TAKEN AWAY
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ny who Knew the Unfortunate An anthem by the choir opened the
oung Man Were at the Station to exercises. Rev. W. E, Boggs, DP. D,
ay Good-bye--Prisoner Seemed in of Jacksonville, then delivered the
ood Spirits sermon. Dr. Boggs is paOtor. of the'
SSpiritslargest and most wealthy church in
here were eight prisoners taken the State, and as a minister stands
|the county jail here Friday and well towards the forefront of his .pro*
ported to the various State fession. He is known as an eloquenit:
!ns throughout South Florida, and earnest speaker, and is discourse
Ie thby will be used in the phos- at the installation was a masterpiece..
ie mines employing convict labor. After a selection by the choir, Rev.
4e principal figure among these Thos. P. Hay of Gainesville delivered


.cts was John L. Easterlin, the the charge to the pastor. In kitudly
g man recently convicted of the words Mr. Hay told the young ntili-i
er of Thos. W. Clark at Newber- ter What was expected of rhu as a pas-
and who was sentenced to impris- tor of the Presbyterian faith, and in-
Ont for lifetime at hard labor. A cidentally gave some excellent advice
t many of the acquaintances of which might be followed with profit by
ig Easterlin were present at the any one laboring in the Master's vine-
train to bid him good-bye, and the yard. Mr. Hay is an impressive speak-
prisoner appeared very cheerful. er and his words of wisdom are always
The convicts taken were as follows: listened to with rapt attention by a
John Easterlin, murder, life sen. i Palatka congregation.
tence; Pinkney Jones, manslaughter, After the singing of a hytmn, Rev.
ten years; Hayes Hawes, assault with S. Milne of Micanopy charged the
intent to murder, ten years; Faguo people. He is an earnest speaker, and
Seymour, manslaughter, live years; his charge was impressively delivered.
Jim Rhodes, manslaughter, seven lie spoke to the people in firm words.,
years; Thos, Maylin, embezzlement, and informed them of their duties to-
'twelve months; Rogers Mitchell, ag- wards their pastor. The ,beiedictlon
gravated assault, four months. was then delivered by Mr. Lynn, who
All went to Alachua, county prisons is now formally installed as pastor of.
with the exception of Easterlin and this church. May his pastorship be
Jones, who were sent to Buttgenbach's oine of continued success is the desire
mines, Holder. of all, irrespective of denominational
e differences. We welcome him and his
ENGINE CAB WAS BURNED. excellent wife to our city, and trust
Mysterious Fate of Engine No. 555 of that their stay in our midi t may be
the Atlantic Coast Line. both pleasant and .long.-Palatka.
the Atlantic Coast Line. I Times-Herald.
Train No. 144, engine No. 555, from __n_-ed.
Citra to High Springs, pulled in here RrAL ROUTES SUR TO COME
yesterday morning on time. There
was nothing unusual about, this inci- Postoffice Department To Put Them in
dent, as Captain Carter and Engineer Operation.
Lyons are almost always on time, but Washington, June 20.-The post.ffice
the odd feature of the traii was that dep.;nment has ro"iumied the estahblisb
the engine was minus of a cab, and iment of rural free delivery routes
Engineer Lyons was sitting astride which were hold up on account of the
of aboard which came in very con- deficit in the approprlatkin for that
veniently as a seat, while the fireman service and a large number oi routes
nentlyasaseat, whwil be put into o'pcratlon on July 1,
was compelled to stand. the beginning of the new flacal year,
To those who had the oppl)I)ortunity of ,The policy of tbai dopartmnent hero.
visiting the World's Fair in Chicago afte- will be to establish routes as .'ap.
and studying transportation from the idly asg possible, consitent with the
early days to the present progressive best interest of economic admlinstra.
age this picture from nature seemed tion. The rules as. to the number of
more familiar, for it resembled thl' families required to be on the route
methods engaged a hundred years ago, in order to secure the service 'probably
when railroad traffic was in its infancy. will be more strictly adhered to and
fewer x options, made.
Engineer Lyons stated that some fewer exceptions made.
time during early Friday morning the all I oBt ebltlhed on a route on
engine, while cold at Citra. was burn- which there are less than 100 families.
ed. The first intimation of any disas- Unles.s exceptions are made for Somse
ter was brought to him by. a colored special reasons, routes are. to be in,
man who told hinm that "the world vestigated In the ord0o in which apply,
was on fire" at the railroad station. cations for them are filed.
He hastily dressed and went to tmhe
scene of the conflagration, when hcdis- STRIKE OF COCKS AND WAITERS.
covered that tho cab of the lcomotive Hinging Upon
had been burned corn pletely toT. TochfnlcalItlen.
The locomotive was ila ed in the Chicago, June 18.-The settlement
shops at High Springs, where it will of the hotel anil restaurant strike ap&
be placed in first-class shape. Some of pears tolny to hinge upon technleali.
the intimate friends of George inti- ti e.. The esact construction to be
mate that lie became tired of the o!d i l'ut upon the term "unmon recognition"
engine, and endeavored to )bur it up'. is te .tuninblini block to a speedy ad.
with the hopes of getting ew one justinent of the dticuttles between
but George says that's a d-d lie, as he t plattls tof the ciNtloversy. Theen
was perfectly content with the faithful e ard the oktroers unlon I
old "Three 1 ies." oint oard o the strikersunion s
In( ,. ('he, to hbld out for an agreement
GOVERNOR NORTHE'P HEARD. to opr:)I,;y union men and womet only
whilo theo hotel and restaurant owners
Georgian Spoke of In'dustrirl Develop. dor',nr they can do no more than
rrent at Mobile Meeting. Iiro'>misBf not to discriminate. The
Mobile, Ala., Juno 20.--Th Al .itarItma j,i.n: .boan'. In conference today was
Commercial and Industr'ial a 'i began its an-nual convention ihere last I of the emplon.ds' terms and decldedl
night to last two days. j to su',nit the nm'tt.nr to President
The features were th add'.s of cinGomi er. The resumptionofbusinesa
President C. L. Lane, d.pr,':tng at by the large dajwtoLwhn restaurants
tacks on corporations, advocat'ng na. prc'lpitatpd several lancpient fights.
tlonal aid of roads, and an Alabama Regular service, with almost a full.
exhibit at the world's fair; report ol comnpiemenint of help In the kitchens and
Secretary C. L. Gilbert on the asw'la dining rooms, V-wa ~iftlected by all o
tion's work and. an address upon indus- the str',.e-bound estali.llshments
trialadevelopment by ex-overnor V ubmit on.
J. Northen, of Georgla. KnSubmitted to Ar. traction.
Mother Vigitt Condemned Son. |Cra:.lin. IneW-.eay' of .Dstriet No. 1i,
Lexlgton, KY.. June 18.-Mrs. FE. C. UnitV.l .Min, Worke-rs of Ameras, ant
O'Brien, of Memphis, visited her son, nounees that the Sueeion ae to th
Claude O'Brien, the condemned tour- wag' srei. in the Sltruight c yreek 'Oal
deer of A. Chinn, in jail here to- conn. ny's mines mintleu county, Kern,
day. The meeting w, affecting. The tuclB, .ha r brung sulmlte, to abitgra-
jailer compelled 'them to talk through tion, J. B. Cmp.rrito gen.of Ohto,h eing
the" gyratting for. ear of an attempt tc named .s umpire to settle, theL


slip him poison or some other collusion
She will call on Governor Beckbam tc
plead for her son's life


Mal trial Ever have

it? :Want to get rid

Malatia Ague C


This action, he saYl, was U i u-i. v
a conference of Interestad partdeh eld
In Louisvtll, -. '


it? Know all about

of it? Take Ayer's

,we ;.0 Es


INSTALLATION ~.l$.

Rev. L. R. Lynn .oIy 'hstlled as Pa
t.a.ofthe Presbyterian OChrch.
The installation ofR.ev. L. R. ..tn
as pastor of the Presbyterian chiteh
occurred Wednesday eveinug at 7:80.
The commodious edifee was eomforit,
ably filled by on attentive, congress
tion, impressed with the sov nifty of
the occasion.


people" will be discussed.
OLD VISiTOR HERE.
D. F. Brown Visits Qainesville First
Time in-Twenty Years.
F. Brown,,a member of the firm
of 8, A. Gerrard & Co., wholesale com-
mission tneroh, s, Cincinnati, is at
the Brown Hotise.
Mr. Browti, while comparatively a
young man, is what might be termed
one of the "old corners" to Gaines-
ville, but visited this city the last time
twenty years ago, when it -was little
more than a village.
"Do you know it does my heart good
to )ook at Gainesville of today," re-
marked Mr. Brown, in speaking of the
city and his former viaits here. "For
several years, when a very young man,
I made the place visits annually, and
was accustomed to remain hero for
several weeks. It was then very little
above a village, but I always eiijoyed
coming here and anticipated my vis-
its with much pleasure, for these"
Gainesville people always enjoyed the
reputation of being among the most
hospitable people in the world.
"I am asieclally pleased to note the
great and substantial improvemeltts
about Gainenvillo, and Imust confess
that I was greatly surprised when I
walked about the town and observed
the progress that ha been .rmade. In
place of the rickety wooden buildings
of twenty years ago you have erected
magnificent brick structures which
Would be a credit to any city. I note
also with a great deal of pride your
magnifiletit public school .hollding,
which would do credit to a city of four
times the population anywhere in the
world,"
Mr. Brown was busy 'yesterday re.
newing old acquaintances. He expects
to remain in this ectionl for another
week, during which time hlie will work,
in the interest of hisoommnissionihoiuse.
FLOOD IN NEW MEXICO.
Many Farms Are. ubmergf.p..Popl
Living in Tents.
Albuquerque. N 3Une li.-JTr'a
breail In tho -dyke at AIame401, 8 miles
above town, has been effectUtally closed
and with a large force of mt n to ua
the leve,. there ls 1s le f irther ~
ger of a flood here.
Six miles of the. lower .v Il.y f.
are unIder iwatt av4 ithe people *. I'y.
Ing In tents on the highlai.d if t i
feared th.t t40ere will be *everv iuj.
firing among those driven from thllt
home,. The loss to crops hI almost
omipleta*. .:
Russell Sage' Taxes.
e-w York.: June .I,-4ieasto Rae'
tsell Pat" m-ade0. ia mistake In tbe *tiA
on %h '"swearl. o r" AII. ooreo&
tions col4d b made In tale, -he will
have to meIet personal tss. tit s year
on &o ase 0tmnet of $2.,000. l!
was presumed when (Mr.! l t,
spper at the ta 0 oa t for to e p55%
"po* o( J'Owrla0 otn l *h M t
$of 2004W,0 teforee Vw4 1, hat :. i


-ti/ tfi. ..W ... D... .p ahw.,


itat Transfer Agent Bridges
Took Rim to Holder Friday.

rIi. SERVE PHOSPHATE MINES


known v "Leon," -soaped fr-m jil Cute a ti mttn who attempts any coar '
St Morritwn.-lat nlihi, TheOy broke. cl or commits anyviolation of tthq ( 'I
the c their rotf. "l .'i". was at frst ttought .-..
to he Hi. ar ,ril, wanted (at Cirke. Strike Stope SulIding Opeatitonsl.
ville, "n', but hi$ identity could not ihtecago, June 20.-All work ontl 4e .
'be ';'d.-. . new "post oftfce, aid 'the Frlt rNational
S" ............ -n buldng has been topped by a
*'m ` U \ucceSfU* Care"', triko of the buildingg laborers. -The
N *'7, '. N. :Y., ita"e O.-4vid : attre force .orkag on both tbuldge, .
. N Sbli* a remar..able blind- mAn t aumberlig a~rl- 100 ie,. quit ta ."
dead, ~agoi 7. A Ithouhl sightlMies froi *m pathy with the bulldfig laborer..-
ibo yh o I7 e Pate a frw years '' a Only thoeearpfaters, remaIn at work,
by h'i -wt: ,eitis otn of the foremost ...'The hodarrlners a.d tilng laborers
b ,in t e -.;r .'. ,, ,.' I union called the triko bh cause th


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M Y PEARERS TO0 T

~Cnti1 $ ft or otber n r.ati and o60

rform $tte*jOfa^ H'Sk Br *$4ted

Worthing' t Sprifs1 thjtgiesrt8 ttA
Northern AtlaO4 whloh hag b. ome
so famous for itheailthAgiving at
is t coelebraiethe glorious .Fetl of
July, ..
It will not le aihalteway elebration
Like everything else the good people
of Worthigtott undertake, the ooa-
,si' Witl$ibe p-to-date in every to-
speot, an. t.*Oie who attend are not
only promised a 0good time, but .some
good- speeches Iltw,eIi Next to tlhe,
.Long Bridge meeting .which opened
the campaignathise wilA be oie of thle
most important me.etns aof the year,
notwitha tatld-Ing thaIAIig time i ad-
vance at which it s belng held. It lhas
already developed tbai the campaign
is going to be a long and earnest noe,
and those candidates who do n iat
tend the WVorthlogton Springs fuNle-
tigon may regret it at a lt, er day, for
they oainnot be a "bell cow," and n at
fall in behind.
All gubernatorial, congressional
and State candidates will be invited,
and itist expected, thartAt this leetjing
many matters ofatiresat to the ':"dear


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lar


,0. '',ph'e K 0 ---g 'in

to bee z An!4the&


4015Wt, to, d wop, tjii # -a

IN ,eg to6 Iitor. your hghneas o Attention to Rusitav rip m In I~4a.,
W $ eotb 8s"+ thr th e
SM itt)lO vote1 o the senate and lat. hba1ce, in ;the. P rtioni"it ;of
skmptlstinAa. 1 hIth-& t tate tup te Griornt, .. ., ...
gain al ."acestral t '*radIti"ons' a midi ..
hope to brin .fpeedofm '1an h"ap d tora., 1. O.coding .:
to my' fth~erlan, $ respectfully to ilU' advic .elveW', oni Yokoha.
pray that youro majeet- contitue to a. teby th .s e.$n?~t~Wmu, while the
evince .to me thosot feeltig'whiehyour; Iirl sWtan priobiem hi Mcticutrla remai ,.
majesty entertained ..for- y. father up In a CatIo o pof e)anece,,attention )ia) ,
to tae tinim .bit his death. Slhoultd to a c'a. tnir eiu:t .t h0' dlv rtet. r to
your. majeaty be 'pleased .to show. me the souther o.'i c. hlna, where .
the same 'sYymp .lnthy yint fulflment resh dl. ,f my dutle*, it will mal:4 lighter the i*Kwag S hafbt .-out ymato t i 'r" a fo '
t~as'k for ie. It ls-Miy lIatentlon and i', bl e rfbcrll1 ..t',r s'ne i timo o tand '.'*
flgnm resolve to morit It ta"rbte a t r^t^
The' emperor replied in the follow- the nolihborlng ;p:, '" .i-.1'..04a,
Dig teriAns .. S oz S of the 'repots .$ lrivl:l. nt. Porllng'
"Th acknowledging thef~rlendly no, from that provuce tnoe ai n o P 'itrmtg
ttfication of your accesilon: to the nture.
thronte, I desire to assure you without i The Japan 't'lr.,s of 'TokloI pu!ithM '
delay of my complete syrnipathy, and,' dispatches frtom Ptk.ing thlrt tire .:t
wishes ths't you may have a long nI lan afithorlUtil la M int1muria Whil
happy reigq. May it be, voulchi .complaialngoQ: if' cuitty' oi al'
to your majesty to carry out aucc. ,3- property, have hired t zh t *1\C I
1u11y the noble mltaia"t In restoil8 nRese hlghwaymen, .many o.r'.vih r.a -'
peace and quiet and esteem to yout droge d In thoeborrowde viTlr RfIl?- l ,
unhappy hand, so toroly Visited by a. -alMni ti4lers. According to a ver'i
succession of internal atorma, and by nacuiar' per, a :yh neose qrilcial in
raiing it again after- th6 severe fall Manchurlt Isa i oprtot,to have been-
which it recently ,ueataaned in 'the. pushed at tho lnataoce o ItasI.a.
eyes of the civillzed world, through --. '
the hoinou tand unlrversallyFreprobattI MIL.IONAiR, IN ..TROUBLi .
.d crime. Your majesty m,,y rely on
my support and friendships in execut, Placed .n Jail Jut Prior to ina for
ing. this, task,. anid you. may be o6n. -- '. P,
vinced thtt it.will alwayN be my htrt, -(New York,:' J1u1ne" 18-* 'wllt D.
felt. detre, as I it l'your own, to mWti0 Mooera, reputed. to be *ortli ever'
tain and strengthen the friendly and lHiott dollars, ipent last night I tii a
neighborly relations which hltve extb tell itn Iudlow ,ttreet Jail. He l-
ed so long between out :two eomn booked tow.ll for lrope to(ay, hi,
tries," . Iain'a"d th.to t of his thather tVppzoatring
on the list of the ,llner New York.
GRFEAT BRITAIN AND SERVIA nless $10,000. s deposlted .as bond
for h-s apoartance tb answer a .sAit
Diplomatic Retatlonit Sttween the for divorce brought by il' wife, whom.i'
STw Oovernments, e.. marri a I Pason. Marcl 1, 1900-,;'I
'London, Jue 18.-In : Acordan he will o un .le to all tody,. '
with his promise, Prnemlr Btaltour in. lMooris l well known aite ei'
the house of commons toda.mpllfld Yokw y hica ad .'Ban y risvoNs '
the information regarding the a -d
of the British govern t tOt in hoor affidovit, ulpon which Judge
1. He 8014,h Y,
Servia. He said the diplomanc rela Olark lasueda the order of. etenttionli
tons with ,Sorvia, which ended within Mrs. Mooeras dosearios herself asb
the death of King Alexander,, had -not without proper, 'or income. Stsy >1
been renewed. that hoe appealed to her husbandl im,
Thew government ad,. convldered ionth for =A contribution to hPr IN.
Whether It should donounce c 6imes nouhf m tat hi toe, mt, '
which ha4 disgraod the Servlan cap tod her he wa .going abroad for.a.
Vital by withdrawing the Britlsh t long me to n"ge ri o theme .whoe.
later. It, however, had been thought thing." She 'oays Be liaa lived Antw
better that Sir George lonham romali from her husband .ne October,: O.
at hi post and protect British inter, i Moer, Who I not 3 yeA's
ests. HIe would not be accredited to old, deltlled to dJlicul the matter for
the. new government until further In, publlca, tlon, '
formation was received reairdting ti he," "
reunsta.nees under which It had(' WILL ORGANIZE COMPANY.
come Into DOwr W O--
These powers, in regar- to whoseTo Inure Employers f Lbr Aaln
attitude the government receroed In. ptrkk .
formtn't!on, h.ad 1-nstructed their repro. ha, s --A ds a to '!"
sentatives to accept the provisional RTeecd rald from [ndianaolilh Ind..
government as tihe do facto authority l:"
Witrawhich current business should David h. Parry, president of th".
btr ace Nntional MantfacturIng assocts0t1,t ,
c .. rCommenlting on tho propDoed orgatle l

Constantinople, J1e 18,--The suian re th iployers" of lat i "
has warned Madame .hristlch, the Sgant stikes, says the c' |ti y i il
Milan of Servia, to carefully guard he u.d*utedly be feryed. He .aid t.1hb'"
son Bhe is advisief to kep h as *n it would necessarily ie a a)itus1 CaQ aj
son, thue l advised to 'keep her to s psay, and that the zneml rwyhl wo- d
pInar ote house aUt ot allow him rea be kept imcret, only thb otflh r* benag
that thai slavlce wia the outcome .f "ow!. 'r will eve- *w- "".o
fear that an attempt may be made to he I... wh ^ i rtorm aS.a .
mre ..oun. .ilan although -t i whether it is ,really *lght.ng coI*tt.. .-*:,-
not believed' that there will ver h apit r l" fl la in- i :
any pro throne of $teriv l. I on lao Individuatl. Thle object of the
--.... -company wi.. e to protit. Its policy
Ja, Birds. ~aln Their LIberty. holders from IasosM resulting from t he
Knoxvllle. TG"r., June 20.-"wett. strikes, sa also to protect lndopen'
tUcky .oe" Miller, charged with number 'delpt woriwnen. The company will
os pooffice rob tries and a na have a legal 4partmXent and wIll prose-


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tifsr*irem "'et debt.r of his ownn.. r 1"rpdtow!rs InsW tod on setting amid low%
Yistte.lr A pIiy.- .m any men. He itolg centers lad buildlp' an rinemOv.
*tso ther.!l.t t'i O"eO-rp a. system of tin. tl falst. Work built' for the usf of thb,'.
4datr-isd -c tah <'a for the b i4d," b *ricklayiers aind othe, silod. erfts,
ST .. clai of work the bufldlng trFdes
Nory y. Ier irmroving, o .i ::lationls, have tiven tothe btild
.W e,;: s '_ :i8-. ...enry M. la. orers.


oit,: un.'. '^,+. .. ..", r.,r ,s .o', P.!l. iuu, P IL...u .:. U,.-
...' 'to St IA' ibi 120, time on w r!a b 0t0"t't..! :
b lew/,'- 'Mr. 54141 .4^.5 i' i-tgt rsce My *Itedett ia t'4)!. 7,tm, ..W t
,f ,t s h .vVW,4s mII.M44 t*_ke .f0 600 it'
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ft 1 b0 oeminbered.

S ENfqYABLE PROGRAM

:' pfthq' scriptural Readings,
V^ocli an nstrumerital Music,
lli of Which Were 1Wlo Ren-

BK'ZirJ'oo4,,Jnne 19,--The children's
D e srcises by the ..Kirkwood Sun-
yhoJl were held on June 14, at

"At an early-hour every available seat
was filled. Many visitors with their
bright and expectant, flres, added a
pgrnial'charm. The house was hand-
s.o ~oly deoorated Wi' flowers and
.palt T'wliois was in perfect harmony
W .with th e audience andl )ildren, .11 in
their beautiful, many colored summer
attire.
1 The program wasiindered through-
out" wih entire satisfaction, not a fail-
I ure, many of the -speakers deserving
special mention. The songs and mu-
Ssi were under the capable tnanage-
ment of Mrs. F. H. Clyatt.
SThe superintendent complimented
the M chool ua its quiet attention, good
behaviorr and oxceLletidtwork; also the
Aine tone qf the speeches, that if fol-
lowed out in life, would -elevate the
ximoral .and spirithml sentiment to
ii obler manhood and a more perfect
womanhood.
S o strive. for the right i: every way,
': To live in the work t hey do each Day."
|:" The program was as follws:
Ser: ture reading-Mr. Mathews.
Opening prayer-Mr. Mathews.
Song-Mr. DeLand's class.
The Measure of our Respunsibility-
Sanford Chamberlin.
: And So Will We-Grady Clyatt,
SKittie Richardson, Bernice DeLand,
Bertha Rosenberger, Albetrt Chan-
berlin. _


, 4 ,. i
.L j I.


Mrs. F.


Wright,


of Oelwein,


is another on0 of the million


Iowa,

women


who have been restored to health by

Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.


Overshadowing indeed is the success of Lydia X. Pinkham's Vege-
table CompouMd compared with it, all other medicines for women are
experiments.
Why has it the greatest record for absolute cures of any female medicine
In the world? Why has it lived .'and trived and done its glorious work
among women for a quarter of a century? Simply because. of its sterling.
worth. The reason that no other medicine has ever reached its success is be-
cause there is no other medicine so successful in curing woman's ills. Re-
member these important facts when a druggist tries to sell you something
which he says Is just as good. .
A Young New York Lady Tells of a Wonderful Cure:-
"DIM A MRus. PIxNUnIAM:-- My trouble was
with the ovaries; I am tall, and the doctor
said I grew too fast for my strength. I
suffered dreadfully from inflammation and
doctored continually but got no help. I suf-
fered from terrible dragging sensations with


Sonk-Florence lyatt. the most awful ains low down in the side and
S God's Messenger-Emma Jenkihs. pains in the back, and the most agonizing head-
Lovely June-Annie Knox. aches. No one knows what I endured. Often n
S I Know a Manly Little Man-Mason I was sick to the stomach, and every little
m .d: .I while I would be too sick to go to work for vi
ihly Offering is a Kindly Word--da three or four days; I work in a large store h
S Oring and I suppose standing on my feet all
Dt-s Rihaon. day made me worse.
S Duet-Susie Simpson, Ruby De- "At the suggestion of a friend of my
S'Land, mother's I began to take Lydia Ei. Pinkham'
S To the Fathers dMothersHattio Vegetable Compound, and it is simply wonderful
S.iEnglish. a th -I felt better after the first two or three doses; it seemed as though a n
SSnares in Our 'athway-Oharles weight was taken off my shoulders; I continued its use until now I A
impon can truthfully say I am entirely cured. Young girls who are alwvas ml
t ti r-rady lyatt, ler- paying doctor's bills without getting any help as I did,ought to tak o
toe eer ur- medicine. It.costs so -much less, and it is sure tC cure them.- 1
lthae ." etbe rger,KYtie Richardon.r truly, ADELAIDE PIAIL, 174 St. Ann'a Ave., New York City."
i aud Sometimnes Girls are Ft- Women should not fail to profit by Miss Adelaide Pralil' o
tr-auel Harrion experiences; just as surely as she was cred of the troubles enu-
S Quartt- Mrs. OCyatt, Marthn nimm- merated in her letter, just so certainly will Lydia E. Pinkham's m
berlin, Sanford rlin,Mr. Vegetable Compound cure others who suffer from womb trou-
s on. bles, inflammation of the ovaries, kidney troubles, nervous exci-
S There is a Truth Wo Ought to Rt- ability, and nervous prostration; remember that it is Lydia E. t
member-Ben Frank Mathews. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound that is curing wotlen, and don't
S When We Reach Our Hlome Up aJpow any daugglt to sell you anything else in its place.
S Yonder--Ralph Chamberlin, If there is anythtag in your case about which you would like
Anu, Hiumnble Spirit 1 W'is,, to be- pOial advice, write freely_ to lJrs. Pinklaml. She can surely
ea osenberger. un, for no person in Amer has such a wide experience in o
Lena osenbergter. S female ills as she has _a Address is Lynn, Mass.;
S We'll be Iiglht Instead of WVrong- he l o is free and always 1helpi I
her advice Is free And 0lway- helpfL
S Song--Infant Cls. $ A FORtF0T0 fwoannotforthwith pratteT te original letter and slgnatre ct
i u in Life's Garden- Fl, e oni will prove Absolute gi.r
wLydia no ra nkhanimectcin o., Lymass S
'Clyatt, Ada Riclhirdson, Suie Knox, .. i c .. .....
Lena Itosenberger, Martha English. . .
A Smiling Face-Song and recitation Theytemporarily
R-uy R )end. t I T tcur constlpation
hdro's C d-Suie po. by agitatng the
Alt .hsus' Fevt-M rs. Clyatt's class. bowels, but regular acqton canno be securedauntil the liver
..Chlildren of 1903--Otis )eland. sI -ctrcts enough bile to make th intestines
: The li lls Rang Out and ;Down the execute their natural functions. Unppat-
tr illi impson, ur agtiton causedby cathartics, compels
reet-illia Tho tS(lr>:>ontlnual atnd increasing doses to .
A. Lovit thought is MyX Otring- a a( the results.
aMartha l ish.
Duet -Mrs. (lyntt, Martha Chamber-
I Am the l.tst but Not the Least- acts on the
Borni nd ion _lnd liver; cures Ch;i> -
: We lHave lleard Your Songs-i uby and Fever, and every form of
D sing Prny d-Mr, DoLa."nd. M~alarlal, B3ilious, Remitting and
,:. P mitting Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the
THE PUBLIC LIBRARY, trouble, works permanent cure.
S.-..... ITY CENTS PER BOTTLE,
S Ladies of Twentieth Century Club F P E ...-
Working for Its Establishment.
S The ladies who constitute the Twen- For Sale by Johnson Bros., Gainesville
tioth.Oentury Club are working with
*' earnestness in the ain tter of est.b- i - ... .- _.- ....
i'hlishing a free library and reading room "
i n this city, and it is the hope and do-



i who are soliciting nancial aid or 20 Years Has ad all orm
B'A4books Ias 'pT. 1'. Htay. Mrs. LA I
te ubtishesa ,ard in this issuF to Prp.rd by--JAMES SALLAr .
it he aftt.ynlio of our readers is -
ed. 8he is au earnest, faihfrui For Sale by Johnson Bro0s, GainesviUl
o Hrand it is to be hoped t tha r -..' . .__ ..... .. ..... _.._...... ..... .. _. .... ... '"_. --
Hill ot Witha rendty respo ns --
e, is tve ol a T ANR SOUT RN BUSAiLSSCOLLE
UA~'---- '-~I ~ ,,7W ~ J~T~ AME *I 54R'L,~.


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Luther Hook of Tortugas is with his
other here at present.


i I


MissEvangeline Fildes of Jackson-
lie was pleasantly entertained by T OS
er many friends here last week. 1T l0S. M. RAY,
Miss Annie Randall, an interesting DEALER IN FINI
young lady, is now at her sister's, Mrs.
Qilte a surprise was tendered the Wines, Liquors
numerous friends of Miss Mattie PAATK FLA.
datms, when it was announced that
ie was married to Mr. Carlos D. Ali
f Blackshear, Ga., Sunday morning at I make a specialty of -Fine Old Mel-
0 o'clock. Rev. Steinmeyer per- low Corn, ranging in price from $2 to
formed the ceremony at the residence $3 per gallon. Full line of Rye Whis-
f the bride's grandmother in the kies, Gins, lBrandies, Rums, etc., at
e re and eit lowest prices. Send for my price list.
resence of relatives and a few inti- All goods shipped promptly, and in
sate friends. They left at noon for boxes if desired. 6-15-1'um
heir new home. It is with sorrow
hat we give up this young lady, for Ttl 1 IN &
he possessed the love and confidence' T &rIN i 11T ,
f all, though now we wish her all the Palatka, Fla.
happiness that life can afford. SPECIAL PRICE LIST.
S. D. Thomas of High Springs was in Hunter Rye XXX ............. $1 50
ur town Thursday. XXXX. .. .................. 2 0)
Mrs. Dickerson and daughter, Miss (old Medal..................... 3 (ii
Nannie, spent a few days with Mrs. S. Old Baker ................... 3 50
Zetrouer Royal Seal. ..................... 4 50
0. Zetrouer. Lewvis '66 ......... . ... .... 5 0(X
Mr. Murrell has worn such a sad Corn Whiskey ........ 1 50 to 3 (X)
ace 'recently. Wonder what is the Gin ............ ......... 1 50 to 4 (X)
matter with our operator? Case Goods at lowest prices. Extra
charge for jugs: ,2-gal., 10c; 1-gal-,
'15c; 2-gal,, 25c. We will allow price
I Y fO YTA lA charged for jugs returned to us.
OIweS O01dslI Pr'vent m Goods boxed if desired. 6-15-w6md
Gu'res 061dse Prevents PnOumoftle - __..__.._.____-,


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Palatka Foundry and Machine Works,


CHRIS STANTON. Proprietor,
-. P For neariy Palatha, Ffa.
PTA:, For nearly
-,,'" half at century A All kinds of Castlinis and Patterns made to
order frotam ) .s or iron. An modern. up-to-dite
V nmachitne shood, turning out best work possible
I at reaison-'ble prices.
,)s TUI :PENTINE,. PHOSPHATE AND
iSAW MILL BUSINESS
Especially solicited and will receive promlpt
Sv'beetn rOwing famous never attention. If you are in the market for a
So.* f So I 6t"oi, e yhere. 4old< t boiler or second-hand machinery, It will 1)%
or, ^ th*1'1em oedAnju ; you to write. .1suw
t I,,ijw ild go eto alapplicants, 4U-f3
D TM. FERRY &CO. -'
*w l<'Noice is hereby given that letters of a4mnint
SIstrstion on the estate or T. H. Beville. lOe-
ceased, have been granted by the County
Judire of Alaohua county. Florida, to the un-
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION., dersigned. and alt persons having any elaiml
Land Office at Otauesville. Fla .. or demands arainstt aid estate are reqtdred to
June .ce 3. resent the same within the time required b)
Notice is hereby given that the. following law or they will be barred by limitation, anli
named settler has filed notice of his Intention; r ll AE A. ebt'EVILl Adinltratrlx.
to make tinal proof in support of MLar 4th. r9 LL.. Adnittrx.
his claim, and that said proof will be made be- March 4th, ___.
fore Regtster and Receiver at. taines alle. FIna..
on July 17. 190M ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
SAWtn BCURNTT, of Hawthorn. i. Notice Is hereby vWen that. al months after
M. ts. for the W A-2 of Nw 1-4 of Spec. t on the ttrSt publication hereof I, as adminstrator
T,. T) Itso tR, sE. of the estate of E, M. Powel,. deceased, wll.
He names the following witnesses to prove aPly to the County Judge of A.chatsa County,
his continuous rsitdenee u ixpi and oulth-tv asion lorida. tor a, tinal settlement and asebharge,
of said land, vi: i and will then present mid Eulie aeouts and
I. D Summon, Sam Qoaden, Tomi Jmnes, vouchers. .' B."- OWII-L,
Robert WtllIams all of Hawthorn, na. Adm'r state of .M, Powell.
W. 0, ROBINSON. Reglartr. I Jalnuaryt I', '
A lAtftiNISTRA QR8 -.NOTIC . DMIAIS TATOR'S NOTIC..
Noticee Iahbereby given that six months h after Not ces aihbereby Riven that atx mon1tbs after
the tirst pubUoektion hereof ., as. the aaxtints- the tirst Publlcatlon hereof I. u th. Bdm4tni-
to the Oonuntyudge of A county, r to t Co det t
Ida. for a aul B ttlte* I AlO",r Fe f ilaetle S000 e
kf Ofoi-. r.... .
"- e,;oM1Pf 001,,a,1,, Ei: i ABfhtl EMae,


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NEWS F toN RQHELL*.
.. . ......
ierestlng Personal and Social Notes
of That Thrlvm'n Suburb.
R0cieile, July 1S -3. A. Tucker, o
one of the leading citizens, was visit- .,
ing inthe county capital Saturday..
Mirs. Reddick and ,:her charming
n'|ise,'eMiss MoOarthy, wh6 have beeti ^
spending a few days with Mrs. L. R.
36nes9roturned to their home in Red-
i(k today.:.
V,,regOet that Mrs, Jolly has been
on the sicklist.
SW,., Adams of Lakland, who has
Opeitt pt" asant week with his tam-
it .re turned this afterTioon.
r."..:, 8. Jolly and her daughter,
J gi','4re guests in our town from
hine le,' *.
Mida Maggie McOarroll, a fascinating
young lady of Gainesville, is visiting
here. /
Many .antaloupes and melons are
being sent forward and the growers
here seem to be pleased over the pros-
pects.
Miss Julia Tillman has departed
from our midst for a visit to Reddick.
We hope "twill not be long."
A certain young man seems to have
lost half his heart since Miss Lula May
Moreland, a popularyoung lady whose
home is in Tampa,. terminated her visit
to Rochelle.
J. W. Phifer has been in town work-i
ing up his interests.
Mrs. Oapell and sister, Hattie, are
visiting Mrs. Thigpen.
The young people enjoyed a picnic
on Newnan's Lake Thursday.
An enjo able affair was the delight-
ful party given by Mrs. Jones last
evening.
Miss Agnes Zetrouer, who has been
attending the E. F. 8. Normal, is now
at home.
A. U. Whitely of North Carolina is
here on business.
We regret the fact that Mrs. 0. E.
Kennedy, a resident, has moved her
home to Gainesville.
Mrs. Shettleworth of Evinston has
been visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Smith.
Mr. Holder and wife made a brief
tIisit to Palatka this week.


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W;Ol ,S


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PhophOriW AiAld-'No 5eop4
-troe-No Lve
These three
t hi .ngs ust-
s be su'. 'yalle

Write tog
an# we'will
send yot
some books
( giving the
gist of the whole matter.
o\ "tA.N KAUI WOVAS,
| il 1aasiu St.,W Ne York











FOR HEALTH AMND lREREATION.
Situated on the Jacksonville and
Southwestern railroad, eleven miles
north'of the town of Alachua. Strong-
est salphur in Florida. Ctires Rheu-
matism, Kidney and Stomach trouble.
Fine fishing and hunting. First-class
table fare. Rates $5 per week. Free
baths.


W. F. SEEBA,

WVnolesale and Retail

LIQUOR DEALER.

Four full uartn old Monogram Whis $4.10
key, express prepaid, for........... $4 1
Four full quarts old Maryland Rye $4.20
key, express prepaid........... $.2
Four bottles Cascade Tennessee $4.25
Sour Mash, express prepaid...... .
SEND FOR PRICE LIST.
W. F. SEEBA,
109 W. Bay st. Jacksonville, Fla.


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A t
B! 4, gT ,f aRoise ea trafa-

rn a brTle vi4 to relatives in this city.
6t4 oW. AV. Hampton has gone to
lint Io Seae, Tenn., to spend a couple of

SMr. and Mrs. J. G. Lege of Ocala ane
AL\AN I00AL ITEMS speindi0g a few days pleasantly a, the
Brow* house.
W Nk Hopond and What is olng James 13. .Tones of Palmer was
Tol in Short PaA hs among the prominent visitors to this,
8 I "He Who Run ay ..ad.. city yesterday.
Mrs.3James Holder and children of
Y'e'1" "n Rochelle 'were among the .visitors to
U i*'se Daft: this city yesterday,
row o ewer ty is in the Monroe Venable, the mill man of
S"'. Kanapaha, was transacting business in'
S:W.- Stephens of High. pring9 this city yesterday .
) a ang the sineos visitors to this L. Cannon of Dutton was trans-.
S ity yete day. acring business in this city yesterday.
S3. $m1ih oQf 1fih .Springs passed He is the efficient bookkeeper for N.
through t fty yesterday on route A. Callison.
home fr;om alatka. Joseph O'Bannon of High Springs,
toiap. D. Riley 0 of Oseeola waS one of the efficient firemen of the At-
amoh the prominent folks who. paid lantic Coast Line, was a visitor to the!
i .nesvtll(& a visit yesterday. v city yesterday.
..is Annie.Westgaard .departed yes- M. L. Moore of Rochelle, a niember,
terlday frt0Ocala, where she will sperid of the firm of M. L. Moore & Co., ex<
? .f',idays pleasantly among friends. tesive naval stores operators, was in,
,M,% L. 'O. Lyeoh and son, Hasley, th i.ty yesterday . .
o departed yesterday for Ocala, where H. M. Moran of Campvlll, one of
they will visit relatives for a few the most influential citizens of the
S"days East End, was transacting business in
i o.. n. Ohas. Brown of Live Oak, this city yesterday. "
president of the First National Bank James Turner of Nettleton, one of.
o 0f, that city and one of the best known the most progressive nerchanta .'.ht
aen i this section, is the city on progresveerchantsof'that
ie s ei on section, was a business visitor to
h.unods o"."G ainesville yesterday.
Dhefied o Me Gdings of North Mrs, W, F. Thomas and son, Master
tht esi swilln be trieflded to earn Roy, of Thomasville, Ga., are visiting
htis hehnas sokciently recovered f rom tho former's daughter, Miss Sadie
Shis t come Thomas, the efflctent bookkeeper for
tolhi.'stud. again. O'Donald & 'aunders. '
:The lallOak Jrs. wll play the Liveo w. Millican of Waldo' one of the
Ok juniorr team on June,25th. The .olliest and most successful naval
young aggregation of enthusiasts are stores operators In the $tate, was
.hqrt on ftnds to. make the trip and among those who favored Gainesville
oi.ask that all dolato toward their ex- wih a visit yesterday.
ense. ontribons can be handed W. Somerville of Fernandina, the
to any of the players during the next clever traveling representative of the
few days. Wylly.-nbbett Company, yellow, pine
Mrs. Kennedy and family have re- lumber aid ties, was among the visit-
.. moved tothis city from Rochelle, and ors to this oity yesterday.
are pleasantly located in one of the A-Tucker of Rochelle was among
new residences of the Gainesville Im- the visitors to. this city yesterday.
provemnt onpany, East Gainesville. The friends of ap. Tucker will re
S.his family will be gladly welcomed as ret to ar that he has been indts-
residents of Gainesville, where they posed for the past few days.
are well known and have many friends. o o n ypashewdayh.
W. R. Steokert and familyy have re-
SThe friends in this city of Allen noved into their elegant new home,
Graham, who recently went to Pough. West Lassiter street. This ie one of
keepsie, N. Y., for the purpose of en- the handsomest and most modern resi-
tering Eastman Bsiness Cole, wll deuces in the State, and the owner
be pleased at the information that the naturally has.a right to "swell up" on
young man is delightfully situated, the compliments he has receivedL
and that he is well pleased with hahes
S school. He orders Thhe Sun sent to his IMr. Granville Worthington, the old
address. pioneer of Rocky, Levy county, is in
Walter aw the clever travel town visiting his daughter. Uncle
Ing passenger agent of the Central Gran is the hero of three wars and has
Railroad and the Ocean t lived to see the fourth. He now draws
S Rlroad ad th Oea Steamshi a pension for service in the Mexican
Company, passed through the city yes- war, a.d was in the Virginia cam-
terday en route south. .Few "transpor- a of the ivil and in the State In-
, tation men are more widely know~ or dian war.
more popular than Mr. Hawkins, and n wa
he is always extended a cordial wel Rev. M. A. Clonts departed yfeter-
ocome lhcro, day for Mcintosh, where he is assist-
h, l o 11u v ing Rev. A. L. Prisoe of the Baptist
S e. sidewalk on Alacha avenue, just church in a revival. Mr. Clonta has
,, West side of trho new iabernacle build- been engaged with Mr. Prisoe in this
ag, is being repaired, much to the noble work for the past week, but was
gratllroationof tlh largo number of caed home Thrisday on account of
ped ....destrians who daily use this the il),xee8 of his little daughter,
Thoroughfare. 'The hole has been there he la ot hu
; for many weeks and should have re- 'lizabeth
ceived the attention of the street con- T. W. White, secretary of the County
minittee earlier. Commissioners and Good Roads As-
i ev T> IT a ..i * -n soolation of Florida, Great Sachem of
I R vyestv.lrday f aom Palaka, here dr the Improved Order of Red Men of the
yeseda- fo m Palat-ka wher o Mr. State and all-round prominent secret
SHayoiciated in. the itallatio cx- Soiety man, after a visit of several


the pastorl o.t a of tttn ey. Mr. L3ynn to days in this city, departed yesterday
t"a.ith t. te ltrelirstt very enjoyable for Iligh Springs. Mr. White came
1 .huc. repot h..r.y ljy e for the purpose of attending the meet-
A?.":. and sqacei-xiful meeting, which gavu
ain .eeti h gav ing of the association of which he is
. hm Sn opportunity of meeting all is the effltoiient secretary, and "killed two
,i. ,old ir ndsof tit cliarge, which oe
ld fr of that har, which h birds with one stone" by also making
Aheld for many u r ani offical visit to Apache Tribe of
Among te prominent visitors to Red Men. He was a guest of HeIo. H.
|^" Gatesviulle yesterday was Hon. T. H. McOreary
'Willird, for the past term a member
of the Legislature from Alachua coun.- I rom Sumday's Daily Sun:
S ty. Capt. Willard is one of the most con- .Mrs. W. J. Denby has returned from
S.servative men in' the county, as was High Springs, where she has been on
proven at Tallahassee. Always faith. a delightful visit to friends.
Sful to hisa omstituents and their inter- Born.-To Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Smith,
estat, the people of Alahua county felt yesterday, a bouecing baby girl. The
s". afwitlh their destinies in his hands,' i.8u and frieLds extend congratula-
Hon. Those. H Alexander of White tons
Springs, the postmaster of that pro- The game of baseball scheduled for
.9" gressive town, was iin tthe city yester- yesterday afternoon between the.
1 00He s one f the leading Repub- junior team of this city and Waldo did
| .8"ofrHanmilton county, and came not transpire, owiig to the fact that
Itr\ the p poseo f a confereit d with tho Waldo boys did not come. There
S r s.iobinsotn and Oubb relative were a great many disappointed, as' a
Soite in his o.ty.t Mr: Alexa- liveiutresting gams was anticipated.
W ist teIe I "hamberlaim's Stomach lAnd Liver
N fikMe appearance o a patriot Taet are. Jt what o Aed
W)illligtngo arry 'tne. fag "ad you have mm appetite, feel dull after
4 itkr four .ir-year appointment wih eating and wake up with a bad taste'
p ,*i, ie. and valor, and' judging in you mouth. 'They. will improve.
i la ^Jitt.. expression a he- youraetlte, leanse. And invigorate
.. ;.,- 'A Your stalnah..and, vo.You aieish"for
7' ,fae OR W.1n 4 w yoburfos". F sale b- " r"gg"t-
I^ .... A, :" ndr d". .:. d, alers.b ui .


visitor to tlaBs ity iestrdal
Deputy SMiff oh Wn -
Sdrosso .witsiO-imtgrtho vislis tho i
eity yesterday, ,. . .. .- .
., A. mdamis6n of 1roVe, ark *ss
among tihe prom.ilnedm)codnt;y fl
whJo ete4the city esterdsy,
Henlry rlong f 'e ,one of
the valoiie4;employes of the lumber
firm of' kipl0ng $on, was a isitr to
this c'lty yterday", r
W. J'. Trwel of M tbrok, one of
the efflt emploe of the Florid
Lumber 0. n pany .a:s .a 'buslites
visitor to,0 ot ity:erd.a ,
R .Whie ofirginia arrived
in.. the city. He said to.be ifrst-
class hbasoball pitcher, and' has signed
with the, Q; Hall for th season..
A. olfenden: of Sampson Oity was
among the visitors t$ thi. city yes ter-
day. He is a meiber of the firm of
Wolfgndan & .Co.,' manufacturers of
yeior.pline lumbr.
V, A. Jones, formerly of this city,
but now of Bellamy, where he has a
orosstie and wood' contract, was a visit-
or to this city yesterday. Mr. Jones,
it willbe remiembered, suffered a few
days 'ago from a severe loss by fire,
but states that he" is again in posi-
tion to work to advantage.
E. K. Rosborouigh of Windsor, the
clever and& successful representative
of the Ohristie-Groover Drug Comrn-
pany, Jacksonville, .was registered at
theb Irown House yesterday. Mr.
.Roasb0r0pg 4ai been on thle road for
'about.avyea,,.And is regarded as one oj"
the mBs't aucessful in the business.
R. TThozmas and .W Hines of
WlHlef(rd, who have beZeA attending.
oounrt in this city, de-parted for their
homed Saturday., They, desiring to
keep posted while in town, had The
Sun sent to their address in the city.
The latter being well pleased with the'
paper. had his na'rte enrolled upon the
subscription list to be sent to Wille-
ford.
"I have been troubled fof some time
with indigestion and sour stomach,"
says Mrs. Sarah W. Curtis, of Lee,
Mass.."and have been taking Cham-
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets,
which have helped me very much, so
that now I can eat many things that
before I0 ould not." It you have any
trouble with your stomach why not
take these tablets ar.d get well? For
sale by all druggists and medicine
dealers.
The Oak Hall baseball team re-
turned yesterday from Live Oak,
where they met the Sawyers and went
down in defeat Friday afternoon. The
boys expect to take their departure to-
day for Quitman, Ga., where they. will
play a series of three games, beginning
tomorrow. They are in good trim,
anid expect to walk off with the scalps
of the Quitman team. They must do
better than has fallen to their lot for
the past four games, however.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ettel yesterday
morning enjoyed a delightful drive to
the Devil's Millhopper. They report
that famous resort clothed in a
beutiful coat of green, and declare it
is one of the most romantic spots they
have ever seen. It is to be regretted
that the roads to the Millhopper are in
such a state that a drive is more of a
task than a pleasure, but with the
good roads movement staring our peo-
ple squarely in the face there is no
doubt t but that within a reasonable
length of time there will be a beauti-
ifulhard surfaced road in that direc-
tion.
TO" MEET TUESDAY EVENING.

Citizens and Business Men Will Ar-
range Fourth of July Program.
SOur people must not lose sight of the
fact that a meeting of business men
and citizens will be held at the Council


chamber Tuesday evening for the pur-
poie of discussing' a program and,
making other arrangements for a
Fourth of July celebration in this city.
It 'to be regretted that some oaction
could not have been taken at. an
earlier date, in order that excursion
rates could have been arranged for the
occasion, but it has been decided under
the circumstaioeas to make. the cele-
bration strictly of a local nature.
The.. meeting wi1l 'be called at 8
o'clock prompt Tuesday evening, and
all interested in thfe-ity are' cordially
invited to be present.
FUN AT FANNIN.

Masons Will. Give PicFlt on 24th ,Inst.
r Crops Fine.
Panlin, June 20.--The orops tbrough-
out this section are fine so for, al-
though we are at fpreseut having some
.very hotly dry weather.
Beef is getting f4iu and fat in this
section, -
The 8 Saantee river is st il at, the
hiighi*Iterimrtk.
Theis to be Masoni picnic at
.Fa.tnt n-.. th oo mIt. Let .all cie
I+ .,/.!;';( i:


ALAQ)(VA' ,SUMMER SCHOOLS.

Tea*chprs Appoited for Various rSum-
: rmer $Schoos iTh.oughout County.
bThe following appointment of teach-.
reraof summer schoolsof Alachlua coin-
ty ave beetmade: ..
n*. O.eek -Agnes Zetrouer. .
Frankin-Mary Hague.' ..
J -nings Lake-Ruby Hawkins,
Fannie Melle. ..
Tre.nto6f. A. Ormond.,
ruwannee-WV A. Lindsay.
Oheery Si"k-.Wiley Tilman,oC0audia
.mbr6se.
lea st Hill-S. E.'McIt0osh. .
1* oadflel4'-Ada Dampier. .
JTaxvlle-r-Rossa May.
Grover--Roy Denham.,
-Gomm--Hall Malphurs..
Hickory .Hill---F. H. Ellis.
Townsend-Pearl Osteen.
.Bartram-E, H. DeLand,' Alma Os-
teen.
Cleveland--Gabrella Abbott.
Union Orove-0O. M. Tillman, Fla-
vius Cason.
Polk--Annie Carlton.
Bell--J.H. Coffee, Belle Lindsay.
The above named schools will open
the first Monday in July. Teachers
appointed thereto will please indicate
their acceptance of the same at once or
such places will be declared vacant
and other appointments made.
ROLLING BLUFF.

-Farmers Busy. With Crops-Singing
School-Personal. "
.Rolling Bluff, June 20.-We are en-
joying some beautiful weather now,
after having a few days of 'hard rain-
Ing.
The farmers'aro very busy with their
crops, which are good in this little vi-
cinity,
Last Sunday was our singing school
day. A good many were present, and
a bountiful dinner was spread.
Mrs. J. M. Stanchell of Archer is
visiting her sister, Mrs Chas. Noble, at
this place.
Mrs. Julia Moore and daughters,
Misses Maude and Florence, visited
Rex last week.
W. P. Boulware, who visited Gaines-
ville last week, returned home Sun-
day.
J. H. Dyess and Miss Belle Hall of
Orange Heights were welcome visitors
to our Sunday school last Sunday.
Walter and Ed. T6wnsend of Cen.
ter and George Sherouse of Hope
were in our midst Sunday. '"
Dr. Walls, an efficient dentist, who
has been stopping at Mr. Ward's, re-
turned to his home at Grandin last Fri-
day.
PICNIC AT CAMPVILLE.

People of Progressive Burg Will Cele-
brate the Fourth of July.
The patriotic people of the pregress-
ive village of Campville have decided
to celebrate the glorious Fourth in a
befitting manner, and a picnic will be
held at the home of John Townsend on
thilt date.
The forenoon will be devoted to
dancing, and in the afternoon there
will be a match game of ball between
two crack teams from Campville and
Hawthorn.
The hospitality of Mr. Townsend and
his estmable family is known to every
resident in the East End, and the fact
alone that the picnic will be held un-
der the spreading oaks in the vicinity
of his home is sufficient to insure a
large crowd.
FOR SELLING WHISKEY
REV. HALL IS FINED $500

The Rev. David Hall, D.D, was ar-
rested at a late hour Saturday night by
Marshal Pinkoson upon a charge of sel-


ling whiskey without a license, and ar-
raigned.immediately in a special ses-
sion of the mayor's court.
Redosia Harrison was sworn, and
testified that she paid the Rev., Hall
75 cents for a pintof liquor, whereupon
His Honor Mayor Thomas- assessed a
ffne of $500 or sixty days in jail.
Hall went to jail.
NOTES EROM HALF MOON.


Loss


of Valuable Mule-Crops
Good Condition.


Half Moon, June 20--David Means,
an. old colored man of this vicinity,
died-last Snnday about 6 o'clock.
R. L. Howell, the well man of Hold-
er, visited friends at this place Sun-
day. '.\
Mrs.\E, C. Brevard, who has beef,
fll with la grippe for the past .-awek, is
recovering again .
The firmer. of this section .ieeen:! to
be pleased with their crops, as all a.ap
pear in good condition.
T. 1.Pl kett member of thePickett
twinill < happened t. the mi.4,
ftnt~Uua~tolo~eBoa~ fbsiilmu"nint


qp lb, io oM k 7& 9 ,
People A Malcing alpt. for

Mel4roae, J3time 2+g troposest
toeelet~at^; tie ^Foiuh of. 16ly; in a
proper pateRotic imer. -A. ogrm
s being rr d for e oc on.
There will be a pirisa't the ing"
east of Melrose, wth speed ih, reci-
tations, singinget. and the Stivi-
ties will' ,end with fi'rewuwrk a ." a
dance at the town hall. A rll ae cor-
diaily invited.; '.
' Mrs. C. Cld well left Tues fo.
her annual trip" to .priigrield,.
to viosither son, W. N, Cmalwell,
Mrs. R, T,,ichlard o f 'aJ a i
ing M rs. 0. C.. Hu ba'd
The lmnber for the large; tIw tory
addition to the Whiteheaa cottage will
soon be onthe ground ind W. I. Lee
will commence work at an early date.
Quite alot ofJune blooA is showing
on the orange groves in town.
0. P. Huffman and Dr. Ourtis have
gone on a trip to Tampa, Sgras4tat and
the West Coast generally,
Rev. John Waters and Dr. 0.
Waters, the executors of the estate, of
Rev. A. H. Waters, are expected i
be in townjab ut the 28th inst.
The many friends of Mrs. MI. L
Ritchie of COncord, Mass., were very
sorry to hear of her sudden death on
the 14h inst. She had fully expected
to be here again in the fall and had
even engaged her old room at the
Huffmant House,
TERM AOOOMPLISHEi MUNH.
A Great. Many Cases of'.Criminal Na-
ture ,Were Disposed of Quickly.
The special term of the circuit court
which adjourned in this city Friday
afternoon will go on record as one of
the most effective held in Alachua
county for many years. While it is
admitted that two of the defendants
pleaded guilty, thus saving three days
work for the court and naturally the
expense of the same, the number of
cases actually handled is remarkable,
and reflects great credit upon the ex-
ecutive ability of His Honor Judge
Wills and Prosecuting Attorney Cal-
houn.
During the term of the conrt, which
occupied a little less than two weeks,
ten cases were disposed of. ,There
were five nol pressed for various rea,, -
sons, which were as follows:
State vs. Israel Putnam, libel; State
vs. C. B. Easterlin and F. W, Wynn,
gambling; State vs. John D. Easter-
lin, falsely impersonating an, officer;
State vs. Wm. Thwaite, larceny of a
domestic animal; State vs. Jas. Nash,
larceny of a domestic animal.
There are only four cases of a crimi-
nal nature remaining upon the docket,
which ii the cleanest criminal docket
for many years.
NEARING A CLOSE.

Cantaloupe Season Will Last Only a
Few Days Longer.
The Cantaloupe season in this sec-
tion has been one of the shortest for
several years. The crops have been
good, but the fruit ripened in what
might be termed a simultaneous pe-
riod1 and the movement for the past
ten days has been very heavy.
Those who are supposed to be in a
position to know state that the season
will close about the end of the coming
week. There will be a few shipments
made the week following, but these
will be what the commission men term
"stray lots," and will not be applied
to the section generally.
Those who have shipped cantaloupes
this season have realized fair prices
and as a rule express themselves as
being well satisfied. Present indica-
tions show that a full crop will be
planted in this section next season.


You Know What You Are Takihg
when yon take Grove's. Tasteless Chill
Tonic, because the formula is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that it
is simply Iron and Quinine in a taste-
less form. No Oure, No Pay. 50c.
Great Slaughter Sale.
On account of some changes in our
business, we will offer our entire stock
of dry goods, clothing, shoes, hats, no-
tions, ete., at unheard of prices. No
such opportunity will 'ever be offered
again in Micanopy- A call at ou-r
place of business will ..convince you i
that we mean what we .6ay. The change
in our business "will be this
We intend closing `ount the stock
now on hand at and below cost and put
in a full line of racket glods.
-. We want to make prtesa that wil
u eo a e s the rich
All goods wi l'be sold at the lowest
marina of m roft osble. W.e will
buy tor easi and s6el for ceah, and by
so dolng, we aa givet, y the lowest
prices ever heard of In MicaMopy' All
we ask 1s o you to gi, u a aI and'
OOnVI ..ourself. .~%i ta~iko, our
?oyar ____ W




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