Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/02208
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 07 3, 1904
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02208
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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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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I asen'ief alalde. Th etate see-o
fi that the aster shtpe seeded
eltiogthe ave Japanage warships
itani thie blockade.
'he Chinese conirm previous we
ta that a large silp < abore south-
t f the ULJao TI Shanve promotory
'he Japanese have captured to
idt forte 10 mines east of

-O, FOR ST. -Loun&

he ImR so lal r a t -. L

3t,. ur .-we o,-e-

i:-grai trii i allssatir ts a
4m# forcig In the
Gir San,

kwbsn d ue Tiihe aoa

f or a il.t
ai Of' i ittacked i--e

4ve e t he Rspaaeasei1 were
Sli bj BhURvy lossJbut the

ietepurU.l;7:I L;:,-Shan.
iW;ar ju-sd thee-Rattack

-j Me-i1F6ess at eailt- a"si -
It st Shap the Japanese corn-
rt a strong column along

-e object ofr turning
S loft, forcine the Rue-

R Bashans lost seven officer and
S2 -k mea killed. The Japa-
m $c es ar belisverd to be oce
. aa orn the battle they dase
@ver # sine which thea Rtisana.
mfuUy exploded. r ar *-:'


i it l from beat of: War Please the

14 PetaW*B r Jy l-l:ap.m.
hee w- toici heg in tne Rusian.
l at the reports from the seat of-
'. Oenesal Kuropatkla's beadguar-
L at MMke eat la positive state-
i mad.e apparetly on direct news
k r f and bruht by
1 s kt rnukoff to New Chwang.
I mevof the Russian warships
eany mage durliag the Jap-
OIY AR boat attack aon Jine 23
A|lBa. D Also came the report-
Ue- Japaey :have lost 1,.00 men
tal1 byght before Port ArthuL
*6 h Ta ng7aew twewo separateM1
t ea thet dayo General Mistscheu-
Sdelalt the Japanoe advanTe
g l wTn a severe blow. byy re-

JV. ^One of the reports, datedI
tdsy. say General Mbstchenko-
I R inftlctlng louee on the Jap-
* for several days, capturtng

aT4 mt- report are officiL

heat. shows that the ra w y saoe
yaet -n in southern Manchuria.
Sybring the mo. itary opers.-
Bto sw abrupt close with the ar-

t Jspaaewe are liable to suffer
-46et transport diiculty owing to

wy juk direct froy Por:

uttter.4 sevuei#l. Many

Bmen bab been
t -Artr. The behospital
It its dificalt
w tiformatoe Int re-
~sL the Rumians maae
Itactm with the eacep.
-atleship Se:

Preparations for Departure of Georgia

Atlanta. July 2.-Preparations have
-al been made for the departure of the
Georgia etk~-aison to St. Louis, ani
s me-abers will go n a body. lear-
ihg the city Sunday afternoon on a
tecialltraln -
Sspecial will- be composedot fowu
Pullman sleeping cars, a dining cat
and a baggage ear, and wil* arrive on
St. LoAMs Monday afternoon.
Georgla's senators and congressmen
wi also go on this train, as will any
others who -desire to male the trip
to the convention. It has not yet been
decided whether there will be a spe-
ctal train returning.
It is expected a large number ol
other Georgians will go on this tram.
Many members of the legislature are
expecting to make the trip, and prom-
teet politicians from all parts of the
state will probably be along.
The GeorgIa delegation, as is well
known. goes instructed to cost the
vote of this state as a unit for Judge
Parker for the Democratic nominee
for president of the United States.
The resolutions passed at the recent
state convention in which these in-
tractions ar" contained, are as tol-

"Whereas, we believe that Au.ge Al-
ton B. Parker. of New York. is the
Choice of an overwhelming- majority
of the Democracy of this state, as the
Democratic nominee for president;
-"And. whereas. It is the duty of this
convention to glve force and expres-
aion to their wishes.
"Resolved, That the delegates from
_Georgia to the national convention to
be held In St. Louis be. and they are-
hereby, instructed to cast the vote
of this state for Judge Alton B. Park-
er as the nominee of the Democratic
party for president so long as in '
opnilon of a majority of the delegates
there -Is reasonable probability of his'
nomination; and that said delegates
shall vote as a unit on all questions
as a majority may determine.'"

-DiOapte About Cabbage Patch Leads
to a Tragedy.
Fayetteville. Ga.. July 2.-Steve
Rentroe, a man 79 years of age, shot'
hs daughter-lw-law through the head!
with. a pistol, killing her instantly.
The bullet did its work in a remark-
Squek space of .time. as
the brain and passed *
through the worn
W here she stood and
before aid could b
The ti ebIe is said to r
in ovt e ,a cabbage
the A-itte to the from

are not given out. lt. Ios thought
that there was misunderstanding
as to wl.ieh should have the use oa
certain of the vegetables contained
the little garden, and from this the
disputee verged into an acrimonious
debate that led to the killing.
The parties are well known in this
community and the tragedy has cans-
ed a profound sensatIon.



Mints Will Turn Out No More Silver
-. eiars, It Is Said.
Portland. Ore.. July 2.-'There will
never be another silver dollar coined
in this country.* said George T. Rob
erts. director of the United States
mint. in an interview here. Mr. Rob-
erta is enroute to Alaska and miad
this statement in answer to a question
put to him by a representative of
The Oreonian.
No. there will be no new silver dot
Ir turned out by the goviramem
plant ules by ome chance a IS
1 cogare r should be-eied, thea
ourppiT of silver billion. prceife
str th & Sha anist Lnaim. ~ ilil


Latter Becoms Attesejy Generalt of
the Unitd States-Informal R p
tion Held In Big Reoom Adijstalag
the Secretary's Office.
Washbigton. July 2.-Pad Mortio
will assume th" duties of secretly oa
the navy today suceel t'ct e
Moody. who. becomes atto gwnemw
at of the fvi was" accompanied to the d" artgml
this morning. by Mr. MoodFwho, i.s
the presence of the retiring meretary
tad Assitaant Secretary Dtin. t

|oat. was administered by SolIcitor
l iawna. of the judge advocate gene
s's offic:, thus rcomnieivng the formal
transfer of the depa-rment to new
hanlls and marking the indutietie ol
the new feciar3-..
In cofrranilatung Mr. kMrton, Mr.
Moody sai. t.o him tinat in his contae(
with the- officers of the United States
navy he would meet some, of the best
men In Ihe world.
Mr. Darling extended lis congratula-
tions and good wishes, after which an
informal reception was held Il the
hig- room altjoining the secretary
office. The-e the na-val chief of the
bureau o;. n;. Ligation ,were presented
to Te n-w -."retary. after-wli-eh Mr.
fA orun at once took up his new work.
.a ing a i'.'Ai1 t f mail waiting signa-
tre. Latar -on he accompanied Mr.
itaoody to the c(j'net meeting.


Former Victorious In Four-Oared Race
at New London.
New London, Cons.. July 2.-Bar
-ward won the four-oared event b3
ething over a length after a race
ifque aIn the history of this course
Yale led practically throughout the.
race only to go to pDecst within tihe
last half mile. while Harvard in
grand snurt. crossed the lne.
The cr-ad 'ons were gaod. When'
the pis,'l i fired Havard went tfr
tc- fr.'r., I took the Yale foul
an .'i-: c-.f n male to come up. Af-
ter ta '.-1 apparently all Yale.
The E r ... .ead slowly but sure-
ly untii t mile and a b.ilt the-
led o.;. t. -i-r a length. lHarvarvr :

sI-med tire
1m!' sPre'"

wrong in .
w.nt to p'-

'd. In the last quartet
h. however. things wet
r Yal. .-h1l. The creWa
ecs. Harvard's -oxswair

s-Aw it and caned for a spunr. It
men responded, and fairly tore tlrcugo
the water to a victory by a length
and a half. Time. unofficial:
Harvard. 12:14 3-4; Yale, 12:18,
Demand for Life Preervefe.
New- York. July 2.--Abot 250M(
new life preservers are estimMted t(
have been put In service a s New York
excursion boats since tie SbeOCt dM
aster. AU the maOfaictarec arn
working over tme ad the prearvert
are being added to the host equipma
at the rate of ,aiA to 14
Rataspcion ardew sed ^ t IMpmg

10 8E1N7T m0V

at. Lote
hillitigAAi 4 -Abe
'l-- *3-.'^, ^

iit -m

estare at toe sat
enrl tday w kON


eruabaable yet la M
-,et and tr See
to~. ilT n

I- - - -

lar nl i:s recetly beea introdueed ha oraalset-i t
In the bose.
Mr. McMichael, of the twenty. WVALEa MMAMVARO l AT .
foutmrth halis introduced a measure mom.
which, if passed, wMl allow the pa- i 'Varetty Ime rermer Wb e le
meat of school teachers every month' tinya y I
Instead of quarterly, and will lacreasoe New Loade, CoS., y l yi
the appropriation from 400'000 to Yale-Harvard Jegatta was MM -BMf; M
$600,t. I t before aon t a *t
By a resomion. ofC Mr. TIlager. M f. took the prmamr el hi 9 v
the tenty4hh. the hoe coecuriatg. -varstky ae h ie Yde me
a joint tcommIttee compel of fwIe the ew W iI
from tte house and three freomin the The tiame was: Taet SmU
sente wWl look into the matter of re-V ,a a:7
visigGeorgWla's present laws goveru- ThraheMt the rues the _i _
t manuiclpal corporatIlons. Se" tas sever headed .mad Wge tha aio O
Tisinger Perry and Wilnms wer the 0 pistol te Wealt b was ura *i
appolmtAd by Preid it VelL 4 do It. I t w a ea $ 1fp,


ecau ime Was Ordee to Bed. f

New ,oI.. July 2-A ear3-ot7 e
lad, Arthur-iimou. has hanged hml-
sef at the o9re of Frederick IL A!-
len. president of the village M f Pet-
ham Manor. because his aster com
lled him to retire early. Joh&aous
ad Just graduated from the- Grawm
mar school -
SHe objected stIO y on beiWag or-
dred- to bed, but finally went ,ano
was found hanging to a bed post-


Hena of Nevatda Deefrtlen to tne nM
tkoal Ceeventon.
St. July 2.-Josee Rftya
DmkoearUc esUasal Io-ttrrl
bpe eva g alma" i of the eag
i_-.M i iA

1n "owing sremgtb asmi l o-
metials: Within at4 r
f the start Ytb ilip

VMS," Ana im" t it *AAW M-#
leng*'hlted-: Thin bad BA e"g
plished in spite of the beit -sti 11
vardAi- ftwoe Imm
.haves- b*^^usp.l ^^-a^
steadily antiL 1i mBAs lr ete ll
ele. Tbenmabhr elem -tpabio
the eel gino. uehen of h
Harvard paID- ^: ,^AlB^^~f.?;

water She sHegutorttj ^^
the411gny theWopest tT
wsu'th es eh t o,_-^ ^-^^ ^^afc^ .'* :--''. '.-- ; '-

,.mle aii soft- *
deigl asi 1s W
-ens coat wfab.

U eta ywaslatbis ea
*Beyr vewai trfc_-_.. a .. e;'peta

S^^*a are iirisil^ sgeli


S:.er-l fei a lesmum |

Atlanta. JuSly 2.-Whe the esupe-
-kS bll to that whih prides
eight'new eontles in geia oe
ni 'for action In the house, an ti- r

be offered by Dr. Muiher M -
mon. provding for Iacrammel rene
setatim for th larger ot~- of
the Etat.
This companon bill provides ftor a
amendment to pwarmgrph 1 0 sect.i -
of article of the mo..taoa o a
to limit the number of repi eentatve
In the lower house of the general as.
sembly to 1 the present Imtm bei
ItS. The object of the bill to give
each of the new counties that may e
read a representative in thme ow
&(house&. 'e '-
Mr. Malberin proposes to change the a
allotment of representatives by his j
amendment so as to give the larger
counties of the state In poiat of pop- i
aton e representation than they
now have. *
There is no doubt at t is-m

son. There has been a claim all
along that the more poplom
ties should have representatim it .ro
portion to their population, and It may
be that a fight willbe made for Itat
thbi time.
The ant ug trade obll won ot io
the hoe IeoeCommit, on
by one vote. This a Tweep
.measure. ntrodlucedl biy Mr. Bea
cham, of Butts, and provide th It
iall bhe a misdemeanor for an eOKO
to ship n spirttous or intoxi0atid g
liquorst into prohibition coartq al-
togetherd and particularly to put *
atop to thf ug -trade which many of
the dryi c<1atlS have etdeavored to
~O 'ff bty other measures.
Mr. joai.-at.i Paikee county. ietr o. -
Idued n the house a bil which pro
po.es to make the bt ingt of votes in
Gatr-gi a elony. The bill provides
ft;r an amendment to section 29 o
to erminat code so as to make it a
f7ony to buy, a-empt to buye, to sela j
or eek to sell a vote in any elec-
tion held in this state. The bill goes
furthr than this. and makes it a fex -
ony for anyone to*vote ith'ut havirag
paid his traes which are due. The.
bill is made applicable to all eleetlof,
primary, state and national.
Several important meaSure r tb
troduced in the senate ae te -
that will attract attention tbh t
te state Is by Mr. Golde of the
thirty-eighth district, who eeek td
amend section 1254 of the .ode to the1
extent of allowlag every cqufederate-
veteran to draw a, penaMTo A smlmt{

robabilnd.tul s yiB f0at a -lb^

n tholw-se he ~a

ift Is a--r-ia
jla;r as canmany

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rJULY -oo


-rei will form This: p e n o1W
whigh *1compriseAbesatifally

ii^^1(1t+ i +]++ + ^1+ 11 : " :*: / wly il led bot the irupeiBr _e lluoi,
I -+^.-- -i+ -+ -- .:" .. ;... rated hbauioe, carriages, foaneo1eae
S USitE R- H AR cED i be bled y twe mayor and
o eunilt of the city, and wi parade th
Vl e a aieol Have Perfected principal streets. The merchants and
A Aweagri.esaetwdsn the yTcise business men have already prepared
Wi- lNB b. Carried Out *nle, a Manner eighteen handsome do approprae-
S -ly decorated to their respeetive b i-,
+ nesses, which will make a fine appear-
Wiht ri ing of the sea tomorrow ance. A prise ofl 10 will be given for
Jgglag Au great American nation the best decorated catriage, while $11
wiltlso rise from the Sothern to the will be awarded for the most appropri-
|sthernaad twfom the Eastern to the r'a -float. On the carriage committee
W-aera etreailties of the great and are Misses Eva Hail?, .Helen MeAr-
paperos United States for the pu.- thur and Jessie Bodiford. and Me.-
et ..lebrating the great day damesJ.D. Stringfellow and 'N. W.
whi-igave freedom fronm the tyran- Littlefield, while the committee on the
-- .lifo gwia oun-try. floats will comprise H. E. Taylor, B.
as naumaterof corse the day Richads, Sr., andA. M. Cushman.
S e e-rved wi-h greater pomp Oration of the Day.
r n the larger cities and Beginningat2:nn, the afternoon
SP gendeely populated sections of the Hon. Christopher Matheson, one of the
s y, yet she smaller towns anid most teloqaen young sonse of the oth,
166t60a will proportiouately demon- i deliver from the band stand a reg.
te their patriotism in a becoming uar old Fourth of Jaly oration. Col,
* Sulong manner. Matheson is a fine speaker, a patriotic
whe ^In Floridsa, or i "Urnt a tiaen, and will no doubt inteest and
States for that matter, in proportion enthuse the lare erowd which it is a-
o fciliies, will ticipated will tbe in attendance,.
be~ greaiad glorious Foarth Teabe more .
jotlly celebrated than ina ine. e Ba m .
vie,andowhere intheUnited States The day's program will conclude
Iseea aggregation who are an- with the ball game at the park e-
teipaa- with more pleasure and tween Gainesville and Starke. This
peap than the people of Gainesville game promises to prove exciting, since
atd ooo h tooen&ry. p botham s are m in ne condition. The
SCr d. game will be called at :30 o'lock,
and the admission will be 2b cents-
An e ate an inspirin progM -the only feature of the entire day
for the aseim has been prepared for where any money will be required.
sen tan $ie and her visitors. H Under Hon. Walter 0. Robinson, president
t ieet ofthe Gainesuville _Board fof the Board of Trade. extends to
of Trade this program has been ar- Mayor Thomas and the council an in-
a d adthe big crowd which it vision to participate in the carnival
expected the trains will bring from pa e, and the committee on this
unt ti of the o rywi no parade desires to state tht carriages*
die proamote wl e gam e, will be placed at their disposal free of
ted progeny t w in -o sprise igmes. ea e
tornamens, racing. etoetaf strength Let everybody torn out tomorrow and
and skill parades, the make this a glorious Fourth the people
battle on 41dry land betwe-en the Bus- ins w o T
-an and Japanese for e d e of Gainesville will not soon forget.
meat display drill, an oration by Hon. Gainerwi Line-Up.
hristopher Matbeson, altmbing the The following will be the line-up of
greasd pole, qahing the greased pig the Gainesville team who will meet the
sid other features, toeoneliude with Starke boys tomorrow afternoon at the
an ex iting baseball contest between asetallpark:
atrke adGainesviel Hutchinson, e; McKay, p; Tison,
The Pogmram. as; Waller, lb; Crozier, 2b; Taylor,
The program for the day will be as Sb; McKinstry, If; LeGrande, ef;
folows: Graham, rf.
The exercises will begin at 8:80 Lee Graham will captain the team.
eloeek in the morning with musie by The Starke team will arrive in the
th famous Gainesville Silver Cornes city about noon Monday, and it is iex
Band, Prof. Chas, Dorman, leader. pected that they will bring a large
At 9 o'clock the bicycle tournament number of friends and admirers. Re
of one hndred yards wl e pulled off ing, theirtrain will leave Gaines-
.with nighsa in full costume. Fifteen vile for Starke about 630 in the even-
ring stations, and the ai d who sue- ng.
ceeds in securing the greatest number -----
of rings will receive a prise of $5. the Request From Chief UcArthur.
next best $2.0. Judges for this co-. Chief McArthur of the Gainesville
Seet will be A. hushman, C Ri. Lay- Fire Department requests all users of
tonandN E.Benson. yard and other outside hydrants to
At half-past 9 the eake walk will be please keep their faucets closed during
orpnized. The contestants in this the morning of the Fourth, as the na.1
walk will prance before the judges, A. val battle and work of the department
M. Cushmaa, M. B. Saunders and W. will require the highest pressure it is
L. Hill, who will occupy a position in possible to obtain. This request is
the band stand. These gentlemen are special, and it is to be hoped that it
excellent judges is a contest of this will be complied with.
kind, hence their selection.- Mr. Hill
ie especially graceful In the art, and Card From Mr. Burkhim.
wilinodoubt be selected as chairman L. J. Burkim of the committee on
of the committee. The first prize in parade requests all those having floats

this feature will be $5, while the and carriages who expect to partici.
praeersecond in grace and skill will pate in the parade, to report at the
re-eive 2.--. tThomas lot north of the seminary at
At 10 o'clock there will be sek races, 12 o'clock prompt.
foot raes, the ever laughable elimb:
- in the reased Pole and eatching the Postoffice Will Close.

greased pig. There will also be afifty
yard dash foot race for eulored boys of
fifteen years and under only. Prizes
in theee exercises run tfom $1 to $3.
SMems. Cushmans, Sauders and Hill
will also st as jedge in these con-

Probably the Bmast interesting, ex-
iting, amusing feature of the athleti
sports of the dy will be the great as-
al battle tbeween the Russian 'and
Japanese fotees. The first gn will be
fired promptly at 11:90 o'elook. Ad-
muiral Koadratoveh, in command of
the Rausian suadronm, and Admiral
Kur of the Japanee fleet will line
up their fore. This great conflict
will be waged so -finish, no quarter
asked orgiven. The Gainesville Fire
Department will umpre this fight
with A. Cashman, C. Lay ton
and N Benoo as dges, and it is
eured that tee will be something

md Pare.*^^*lfie'9WN6l*0C^wHBll

The Fourth of July being a national
holiday, Postmaster Arnow desires to
announce that the usual holiday hours
will be observed, the general delivery
window being open only from 1380 to
2:30 p. m. Patrons will be governed
Depots Will Close on Fourth.
The Seaboard Air Line, the Gaines-
ville & Gulf and the Atlantie Coast
Line railways announce that they will
deliver freight on the morning of July
4th until 10 o'clock. No freight will
be received for forwarding on that
date. 2 t
Take a good xbook slowly. You see
much finer country tn a mover's wages
than you do from a car window.

The heve b mailing-md &yes
To yilesme the g-orious Pearth of
-.....t.5-.:t 0 0 ..F o : : -a

WeM eris h is welcome, this glorious

The el1eh1 bells are ringing-sad do
yeo now w why .
To baow the glorious Fourth of
Theie' never o stirrig a chime of
he bell
As the ojeO which will free men their:
liberty sell. +
The eannonsare booming--nad doyou
know why?
To salut the glorious Foorth of July;
Set freely our transportin echoes re-
We areby the ties of liberty bound.
Our standard is waving-and do you
Know whIT
To honor the glorious Fourth of July;
To thank the Almighty for freedom
and light,
Are waving oar banners with colors -so
Our warm tear is fowing-and do you
know thy?
VTo greet the brave heroes of the
Fourth of July
Although ithy are gone, sleep quiet in
their cell,
Yet in the heart of each free man
their memory will dwell.
Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea After Ten
Years of Sufferig.
"I wish toseay a few words in praise
of Chamberlain's Col, Cholera ad
Diarrhoea Remedy." says M, s.Mattie
Barge of Martin ville. Va. "I suf-
fered from chronic diarrhoea for ten
years and during that time tried vari-
one mnedicies without obtaining any
permanent relief. Last summer one
of my children was taken with chol-
era mobms. and I procured a bottle of
thiWsremedy. Only two doses were re-
quired to ive her entire relief. I then
decided to try the medicine myself,
and did not use all of one bottle be-
fore I was well, and I nave never sinee
been troubled with that complaint.
One cannot say too much in favor of
that wonderful medicine." This rem-
edy is for sale by all druggists.
Summer is On and Streets and Prm-
ises Are in Uusanitary Condition.
Numerous complaints have been re.
ceived by The San in the matter of the
condition of the streets and some
premises. These platesv are regarded
by those who reside in- the vicinity as
being unsanitary and liable to prodaee
sickness of all kinds.
As we are now on the verge of the
sickly season, there is no better time
for the appointment of a permanent
health officer.
Eternal vigilance is the price of
health, and the great triumphs of
medical science must be along the
line of disease prevention. Pay out
something to keep well, and don't get
mad if the officer tells you that the
condition of your yard, your sink, or
your oat-buildings will cauesoe typhoid
fever, diphtheria or ecarlet fever if
not corrected.
Mosquito bites convey disease mi-
cerobes, and the sanitary condition of
a city has much to do with their pree-
ence in numbers.

Cheerfully Recommended for Rheu-
0. G. Higbee, anville, IlL, writes,
Dee. 2, 1931: "About two years ago I
was laid up for four months with
rheumatism. I tried Ballard's Snow
Liniment; one bottle eared me. I
san cheerfully recommend it to all
suffering from like afflictions." 25e,
SOe, $1. Sold by W. M. Johnson.
Skull Crushed by Baseball.
Washington. Ga.. -July 2.-Clcere
Wolfe. a young ma1r abmot 21 years
of age, was` seriously and perhaps
fatally hurt here late Wednesday af
ternoon in a practice game of baseball.
Young Wolfe was at the bat when a
swift ball was thrown him by -the
pitcher. The ball hit the bat anc
glanced. hitting Wolfe mist above thf
right temple, and producing paralysis
over the entire left side c.t his body
He- was Immediately driven to the of-
flee of Dr. Addison Simpson and upon
examination it was found that thb
skull had been fractured oy the lick
of the ball and that &n operation wonlc
be necessary. Several shattered bones
were taken out during the operation
and it Is reported that he is resting
as well as could be expected under
the conditions, though t is not be
lieved that he will recover.

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For Sale by Johnson Bros. Gainesvile

on out winin- and other eli
work is made clear sad diuiet
ay .a.patros. It matters aw
y1 wat is electrical wiring -

ome, citing derics, brg i
S moton for any purpowac
sL-a to suly them an-at fin

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OaHaingt CHARLESTON. & 8., Ct uqs.s
Tk: Fuint St3mlubJ *in ib C- ib mt
Clyde New England'and Southern iM
Direct Service Between JACKSONVILL.E. BOSTON and
PROVIDENCE and Ail Eastern Points
Calling at Charlm both ways.

Southbound ................ .... .Fqm ewi W of. Bcs
Northbo ............... From Foof Catherine s. Jae% ili

Between JAcaCOOVILIn- arnd SANwarDO
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, SW. Franeis. Benfod DeIand),and WT& ni,
Landinpa on St. Johmi River
teamer 'ITY OF JAeKSONV AE,'
Leves Jacksonville 3:80 p. i. S i. Tuesdays and Th ndapa.
Leave anord a m. Monday. Wed ay nd Friday
Is appointed to aila foliow:
Re"tows. SCIEDJLE -
Leave -80 pm............... ...Jacksovine. .. ..
8:45 pm .... ....... Pat. .P la .. ... .. Lee...
001am ............... ... Astor .. ... ... .
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A. C. RAGEMT. ADaM AM*S PUK AS %.New YorCLyn TmL, U.
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General Manager. Gem ml A
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montgomery and L A r Dixie Flyer Thfrli
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On sale daily. Good

Round'Trip Rates Froma Gaimeville: -

till Dec. 2. Os saledaly. u a

$2965 - $2
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*eim# BieAardaon M~eory.

the oesion an& the ery powder seed
_-= --iwasse eatthsed~~ with thespirit of the
Itoy pt nt day that at the second re e eon-
jspretaso year's work Icasion caused $45 worth of plass to
sh Chapter for 1808. humble from the windows of the court
Estesbeer cf the e- h*ousenearby.

.tu.uder.w.e -a we have the
sri tolrour a easbeen won,
sao ownlcue tobe wo o, by a as-
de to daty. Dested by
ef oar erstwhile friends, it has

ipn fromd the fort; but feeling al-
Maf st right is on our side. and
It-j esile-mast in the endbe vouch-
mard? to us, we have upheld our ban-
se pe ooe t to continue to do so
Sloag as the names and fame of the
mle derate soldier lingers in our

This was an unexpected "charge"
on our treasury, but w willingly paid
the bill as cheerfully as though it had
been provided for in the regular pro.
gram. At the lose of all these exer-
cises there was served to the visiting
veterans and friends a grand barbecue
and fish chowder. Naturally we of
Kirby Smith Chapter feel justly proud
of our achievement in erecting this
splendid monument. Sometime in the
very near future we propose to com-1
plote the design by placing around the
monument a suitable coping. Then*
we shall plant evergreens and flowers,
to commemorate the lives and deeds of
thole who "sleep beneath the sod"

At our last convention, Kirby Scith wherever they may be resting from
Oapter eported S6 members all told. their labors.
yitue fsomiet.hing like *'"sr. 1 .deem it proper to state that in a
mber proceeding at that conven- "pocket" in the lower or base block of
ertain mberofourm em s granite was deposited a complete list
r allowed to writhdaw: asd org- of every contributor to -he monument
i -assecond ehapter in Gainesvle. fund,-however small. Also a list of
e ei lthat beenw bt in every veteran on the roll of "Stone-
btht andwilbedonewal .Camp" in Gainesville, Fla.,. and
tin ;town +where similar eondi- te name of every member of Kirby
lswexis,, if that be possible, wil Smith Chapter who had not "seceded"
eg, Sad be red bonl y from us
-1I---w-r.d.from as.
smber ofyears it allowed to run. .
Sosequcie of that at, and im On April the 26th, "Memorial Day."
-itely afteIr the conovention- a twe had our usual exercises, the ladies
tj.2? ofourmemabers igne A preparing some 90 laurel wreatlhs, all
I, ITOfw ho m ap thelr de, of-which were distributed, together
sa the e ti were p with flowers, on the graves of our
Tiend ti of the woebef aey veterans and on the graves of the G.
ever pd their due, ad were ariek- A. R. veterans who have been buried
e oi hoide in wrrear -We in oureemetery, as also on the graves
rem orll tat three others have of all veterans in the Jewish cemetery.
We also placed boquets of "red and
-.toiwhave lsot 2- members white" on the graves of our deceased
teiuresltrieport. t rejoice, hbow- members.
.vertobeableteoriportht -weh-ave This work was done in the early
added to rmeimbbrsbip some splen- morning, and at o'cloek p. m. we had
.id material, ad today we have an eloquent and patriotic address from
be.ortw ore than w Hon. Syd L. Carter, which was well
sp bemitartwr t more than we had
e year ao. Not all of our ereden- revived and highly appreciated. Our
tials have as yet been set to the State splendid monument was the themeof
resar, as five of the later o all tongues and a feast for all eyes on
Snot ;be completed in ieor thatday, as we had it beautifully dec-
this report, so with the "-so f orated with our colors and flags, and a
Dhie" I- our heto adte i profusion of the choicest flowers.
aronv" inourranks we are mach- Our plegded contributions during

i- gonistoit-qry!
The fist"day to be observed after
.r o last report was Jefferson Davisa
ay on June the ard, 19. but owing
to certain conditions the exercises
were deferred to June th, at which
iame there wa beld at the ie ftceam


College Students as Reapers.
New York? July 2.--Having been ae
cepted by the state free employment
bureau. 40 men have started for the
wheat fibedi in Kansas and Nebraska
where 'harveas are waiting for thb
reapers. Sev-ral e hol'Pig t n?-
are already on theway rand another
party Is Bwing formed. AccordinI
to the labor bureaus. the college stu-
dent.is in demand in the harvest fieLf
those who went last year having
shown endurance far beyond men wh
had been accustomed to. hard labor.
Sasball Players and Foot Racertl
Louis J. Kruger, ex-ehampion long
distance foot racer of Germany and
Holland, writes, October 27th, LIn:
"During my training of eight weeks'
foot races at Salt Lake City, in April
last, I used Ballard'a Snow Liniment
to my greatest satisfaction. There-
fore, I highly recommend Snow Liil-
ment to aH who are troubled wth
sprains, bruises or rheumatism." 25e,
50e, $1 bottle. Sold by W. M. John-
son. ._ I .

(11114 AVS

Harness and

the year are as follows; To Hampton pa r S
monument fund. $10; to frame for
portrait of Gen. E. Kirby Smith in Bat-
tie Abbey at Richmond, Va., $10; to In ComeCtiOn with Sta eS.
Battle Abbey, $2.50; to blind veterans, -
$2; for Mrs. E. G. Weed's portrait, $5; k.a d
for our national tax in January, $6 30: ;.... jS ur.; Sa*I
u.mw bl E t iv~uv~ 1

patorIof Mr. Maso a-muelia enter-for State per capital tax, $7.10. Unlverslty.
ainment, and atthe same time ice In addition to these amounts we ---,
AMs and eake were sold for thebene. have paid out during the year as inci-
Btof our monument fund, and the dental to our year's work the sum of kU i ONE BA[ERK
"sng sum of 14.15 was realized, nt, $42.45, making a total of cash paid out
for that prpe. since our last report of $1.131.35, and
Our mai work during the year was we still have enough in our treasury T. AF
devoted tothe raising of sufflieht to meet all torrent demands of the C;jrner -,,.nid Cvpre streets,
tfnds And the erection of a lasting year.
f. Pee..;O. Boxe
-noMumenit to the memory of "our On account of the depletion in our
lonfederatedead." This monument ranks last May, it was thought best by GArNESVILLE FLA.
is made ofGeorgia granite throughout, the chapter to reduce the amount to
mounted with a life-aie bronze figure, the "Old Soldiers' Home" to $10, but
equipped a an infantry soldier, aad we are now happy to say that we will
sets $,X000I. In our last report for increase it again to thie original CHOICE BREADS. CAKES ad FMIS
1902 we had $190. to which we sueceed- amount of $20. Presh Every Day,
ed in adding enough to pay for the Early in the life of our chapter we
monument as soon as erected, and be- inaugurated the historical feature of Delivered o A Parts of Cltr.
ore it was unveiled we had receiptsin our work, and have kept it up contin- SaiAtaetoa Ga-aees
ful for the entire contract. On the uously to date. It is now our custom .--.-.
day of unveiling. which was also the to hold one regular business meeting
"imnmortal Lee's birthday," we had each month, and a historical meeting ,
very'eilaforate exercises, and a large every two mn,,ths. These meetings are ., :
tumn-oun- of the old veterans and greatly enjoyed by the .members, and
rneiads, several thousand persons at- will become more interesting, as in fu- -
Seadlng, during which time the un- ture we hope to have at times such .
veiling *as done in a few but well persona: rerimnimcenses of the "trials
bosesn words, by one of our daugh- and tribulations" of the old soldiers
M, MnTrs J. F. MeKinstry, Jr. as we may be able to induce the par-
Imm ediately after followed a splen- tieipants to prepare for us. It was a
Address on behalf of our chapter great pleasure to as to read at our last
by a worthy son of a veteran, Ron. W. meeting the beautiful historical piece,
|. Palmer of Orlando, Fla.. which read by Miss Brevard at our last con. ** *
med ith pariotic sentiment, and mention, entitled, "The Neglected Bat-.
the monument was tendered tlefleld." t n te ark
veterans. Then followed that In conclusion, I begto assure the
old Veteran soldier, General ladies of this convention that Kirby
Balloek of Oeala, Fla., in a Smith Chapter is enlisted in the work Gives Energy, Mlusc I nd
hort ad appreciative address, of a noble cause, and like our honor-.
the monument on behalf of ed heroes who have gone before us. Blood, and is Free
eteas, many of whose i bowedwho gavetheir lives in defense of our
"were pf"nt. and whose eyes entry, so we intend to devote oar. om Dust
o 9ed tO tears as thoughts of the time, and if need be our lives, in de-_ _
-of .1W to 6came over them. fending their memories. In their -S by Al Whke e -e f
after the mnumaent was ex- work they faltered not, nor will we.9 Jdckwile, fIlMe .
.iew. of the atdieae the Respetfully submitted,
iS t Vlrida SYwinary MSs. -Iake RrcaKreou McCan,

34e -

Alahea, July 1.-Married, at the
resitdeone of the britl' paress. Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Hodge, Mis Alies
Hodge to NMr. Wm, Hayp of Wrad
City, Thuredayast 2:3A0 p. ., Rev. Mr.
Stevens officiating.
E Strigfellow has purchased the
J. 0. Sheffield residence and will soqa
dene and :the J. E. FuAh Compay
store, fronting Main street.
M T-. T. P. Fowler and irs. J. P.
Hines o( Lake Butlerare visitingX M r
C. A. Williams.
Mrs. Boswell of Tampa is on a visit
to Mr'. May Emery.
One Lady's Recommendation Sold
Fifty Boxes of Chamberain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets.
I have, f believe, sold fifty boxes of
Chamberlain Stomach and Li*er
Tablets on the recommendation of one
lady here, who first bought a box of
them abounj a year ago. She never
tires of telling her neighbors and
friends about h good qualities of
thee. tabtlets.-P. M. Shore, druggist,
Rochester, Ind. The pleasant purga-
tive effect of these tablets make them
a favorite with ladies everywhere. For
sale by all druggists.


CAtnSeel, Bagging and 6 Twine. Walrus
SLather in Strips or des.

Manufacturers of te Jame m Doipi Impred Englis
SeaIland Cotto an Suppi for me



[Itioorpora'tedl -
Abstracts of Title and full iiforwatiod furnish regal a la a t i
county. Our manager ha liredin this coun ty ea
is thoroughly converant with tit, e

eating a number of prominent Ameria and pi.
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lui klaohua Camt AiLi

Our business is strictly coa ned to the var deta ibpitae to h.
ership of land, and we have no private or penreoal "ane tgueiua
with that bsinem We make a penalty of the
make exhaustive investigation of titles. We r:epMr tie n s
all mattsuers pertaining to the asemment ad0 taxeaormt we
demptio:n of outstanding tax .aes. When yee ed pt a-.d i l1dmI -tse
viec in our line call on or write us. Notary pubie lans ---. -:-

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Secretary of State.

WIl_ AM RH. I S.
-;- .... Cor.. t ON .
A. C. CRO W .
Sate Treasurer.-
-- ~~ W. L.IAM.V. KNOTT. .
Sea'litea;ea tof Public lstruction.s
So-mis-oner of Arriculture,

S -_ - r. . .
l ..MoIaA.
-am se"-- eani Court. six Years.

3.. -W TAYO
Jisseesureme Court.
aatUCaT S!'. aOCKEBUL.

Coamty Judge.



Tax coueotor-

County Surreyor.


For Memberwof Sebool Boar4,
^ ;. .... s

Judge Msoan M eel n to have "eor
ared" the divorce pretice in Alach
a monaty. He has about dowen ap.
pllatiou for divorce pending in the
,elt t sowesrt.

Glet ill bthe next spe er of
om O of..Rep- sentaSI and that
fou y

?he divs.emoialappears to be sete
S slag the muuag~oelkera tepid paom
Agemasue Mty.: MWos of the ap.
r lamtiBs for diseasem.e fSro t -1
Ipe"s 0 who hyve: igrated fro other
atse: t:tlde9idO left their Ives be
h iW* Wdk & l t with mBoo
h Elf S br". .; ..

Atsseemtusi-..sIthe Floda rea-

t. ueA dgooe o0. Wriht of
a duth rit l Rewd, sepepallg to
tle body for the create of a onti
meat Ia favor of protestIng Fl-iodas
IMt"ts fsh and game. aifd :
"We havsa Railroad Cosmlsseasnd
it is doi4 g its work w-*I, but befoe its
ame, men who felt -aggrieved byi the
railroads had their remedy ia the
enortnm nd sally sueeaded to se-
caring ample protection, for men
could speak for themselves. Bus who
s there to speak for our forests, oat
fih and our game?
'T eysannot speak for themselves
and somebody should be endowed with
authority not only to speak for them,
bus to protect them.
"A few years ago Florida was blessed
with the grandest mantle of forest
trees the sun ever shone on. Today
she is almost entirel shorn of it. The
demands of the lumbermen, the tn r-
pentie men and others are rapidly re-
moving the few trees we have left,
and if nothing be done to protect
them, fiveyears from now our forets
will all be gone.
"I say nothing against using the
trees for the purposes of industry, but
there is too mch waste in the process.
No tree under a foot thick should be
tapped for turpentine or eat for tim-
ber; and the turpentine man, if he ex-
ereise due discretion, can save his
trees many years after they have been
"The greatest enemy to the forest
in the annual burning that takes place
all over Florida. Millions of dollars'
worth of valuable property are thus
wantonly destroyed every year. and
millions of game are annually burned
in the woods. Fertilizer factories have
been established along our coast and
myriads of our fish have been caught
and converted into fertilizers by men
who were not even citizens of the
"Thereoare laws on the statute books
new pretending to protect these great
Florida interests, but they are vague
and unsatisfactory, and but little ef-
fort is made to enforce them. We
have game wardens; their offices are
sinecures, because there is no one
whose duty it is especially to see after
the enforcing of these laws. What we.
need is a forestry, fish and game corn-
mission, vested with ample authority
to fully proteet them. The only ob-
jection I have heard raised is the ex-
pense of such a body.
"Any qpestion involving these three
great interests mere money considera-
tio s ought not to enter. Unless this
is done and done quickly we will have
no forests. They have a commercial
value aside from the mere material
contained in them. If properly eon-
served they will has many years,
"The expense of a commission will
be more than met. viewed from a
money standpoint, in ten years by the
increaed wealth addisO its quota to
the taxes of the State.
"Let us.create a public sentiment in
favor of such a commission, and we
will preserve our forests, fish and game
so our children, and coming genera-
tions, will thank us for the part we
took in this great work."

John Mitchell is quoted as estima-.
ting the number of men affiliated with
the American Federation of Labor at
more than. two millions. Of course,
it is understood that the American
Federation, represents the bulk of or-
ganized laborers in the country. TheL
figures which we have presently at
hand show that the Federation is com-
posed of 11 affiliated national unions,
30 State branches, 550 city central
unions and 1.823 local unions. There
are, however, outside of the American
Federation a number of large labo-
organizations. The Knights of Labqcj
-once so powerful---till exist with a
membership of about 40,000. There
are also brotherhoods of locomotive
engineers, conductors. trainmen and
switchmen, all of whom insist upon re-
maining independent of the American

Brutaly Tortured.
A ease came to light that for per-
aistent and unmerciful torture has
perap never been equaled.
Oolobiek of Colns, Catl, writes: "For
:15 years I endured insufferable pain
from rheumatism and nothing re-
lieved are though I tried everything
known. I came across Electric Bit-
tens, and it' the greatest medicine on
earth for that trouble. A few bottles
of is eopletely relieved ad eared
me." Jost as good for liver and kid-
ne*y troubw and general debility

- _T_.al.. slat, . t me- 7

m...nearly 8s0,0. It mabest.ill -
larefre, the r ae or .e.a. sw-
ia the Uaiteid taptesis at least w"ib

pr tof smai nat that the namberi of
thre toilya Bu 0. It tisa bi countRy to ac s po

aaer, for there s are a deriste po ss ilite my, the s areeapth -- etee-,v
tires as it had toi thisdatte eelvig^ g thelo, ,gayiglaU ti of tBb.

puree of pemaintaog t he rights of building of a rad ow Y. wi

should be put largely in exes of thir-" ystems are filled with ma- i :n nte i.
ty millions, of which more than ten ]auriamndtbeirhealthuader- 8 SV S
millions are agrienluraists. It is in edU wi find S. S. S. a da**h a.e mg*1Y-.-se
-theafaeturiug and mechanical pur- n st excellent tonic, and its
suit that the trades unions are strong- timely use has r any times w wa fi d Tbi-wta- asi -Vie a
est in and it is there that they hatve prevented the serious corn- M-o-S
wielded the strongest influence. Andt plications that so often th *mearstosma s. Im amr
it is because of that feact, perhaps, that e lt from malaria. SSthe ptm t Sk
a counter organisation has been effect- Good blooa, good appe- ah th ri0a o am A.
ed. But as employers and employee tite and good digestion areM -t a--- I_
must necessarily 4'd upon each eI n foundation stones of _I, *__ .
other there should always be fairness good health. .S.. S. sup- ...
and consideration to he end that no .plies all theme, containing Trsantwa mna s
one should suffer. The employee as it does ingredients for nal,8me a-Mn s in s3
should have suffient wages and the Ae purification of the blood S
employer fair profit. Nothing tess and also well-known tonic aiIheIsS'st
and nothing more can be insisted upon properties, making it the
by either with that "sweet reasonable- dy caseswhere dmealre medes ywa
ness" which should control in the set- the blood has deteriorated, 'mt
tlement of differences. the stomach dtiordered and btI nit to better eali _41
=appetite has failed ,
Gainessville is the best place inh FIor- S. S. S. being a purely mii* I0 m
ida for parents to educate their chil- le- getable omo d hae -
dren. as _-_o__- mie bad after l ie the g ot and minaal sm i
m ust necessarily e0s*ek upon rchs. A seotop"s oof7 7" S. ,
VANDALS MAKE ThREAT n bod on4 the 2nha ea

ui July 2.It is learned ts.hato t w Ta .hessit does i t fra
an attempt will be made to wreck the pr f Othe cse w the yte a neC ands

culttng the dn lo wtary bemtlows. ThT e .e ed -
e fi irall. No things ,ew wand-k, r-dwfhne td6 now& np p

gal. oi> n opIratge-id wi th thet

prim -ary ha:4-I; .' I * ' I -* .^ '. - ^
AT a r-, -iof this attempt at a n- I p -e
ila-a'm .!h c ,m'a::. tha-t is tuldinm
the ,r:-2 v r :tch n!y partially mfn-
ishe!!. ;3; :"-raWtrl FxcFa:dee from h el
_sta _e a theu-eFnpluein thet -- m --- -_
coanetrstvl, ff the lnstparument. ; +. ben a

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U a strong point withy

Hood's Sarsaparilla. A
bottle lasts longer 4an dos>
more good than ay other.
It is the only mewidne ofi
whidi cam trily be said


u ak1- "iM "W ift& |
A(N be be aesre gs s ease hem stevi r h
h10 if UMhe e m"k I. b"t r .i w h"
S iMr 'ea u" W -S t _tm ew h a. S
C-BmmX do oA se MMea tm to do. I&
nill tve m t pre ue. e d im #l
KLXeDceik. mi I-tw St. W~~a -U1 lBs.b



1',jund Trip-. On
shAi daily. Good
ti-i I e c. IA.
Roand Trip. On
sje daily. Lbood
sixty days.

$27S5 oa0 d TAy.
fifteene days.


Clbe OItE Trip Te"w
Good atrsda Besses
Cteod alia yeato



Aiter Ntvu--b Ai t aad ComtatiOtaW or Co iatB a44 tbl*svm. "Lka-r a
Sky' rouw.
-- OAle from, Florida w.b its owU rafs into S~. Lo.L Two ttr-s.s dils stera
Jacksonvilie. Throurb smeepinz car.
Stot-overs Gotng and Remurning at PrineUlimuantab eU t amer &eAapolC
Carotas and East Tennres' e. No extra east. An oppomrtum to r is v tame g
of World Fanire and spend a vcation in the ountatos. wtere s4e trgipma tembeat
throabh the Semitre Country, Lake oTaxaway. the B*firaads. etc. -
Detailed and vA IUinWe rm irul-.i aI:q. flder( M et ce.erfe1u r12 tui iMei 41
cU. J..

S E- B 2- .A.R1

AJLfLJre.Ra. i w ay L

Air Lin.e Raiway

S... FOR.... -

Iw W, ,me'. .--Savannah, Columbia. Camden, Scuth
sPines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash
uimi^aw LUe. ar. g Pines Raleigh, Richmond sh

tI the amot healing salve In
the rld. It cuan Soret, Cuts,
Burar ad aln Skin DlIoeqm.
It positi tely

Cures Pile.

e.l K~sbr J.e t s JfcC t
Iikap~ villas x1r bid a b#&
-iii -~l Qqld'Mynd iPmmt/ ft
was mgwlva a a"ft *

i *&t at oar libW

ington, Baltimore,

delphia. New York.


Two Eleganm Trains Daily:

Seaboard Express..

Seaboard Mail.

* ODuERg Pufi L L*Um 8u m P mE

g po 1--

For tall ifofa
write AO- 3



Sigz- im: ageutihia -
a s .. .... a Oageb ew. .

a-* s *..baO47.'eaob 7"ionka

prodi.,i. b pse sR43
B---e;.Lpoh. : ':. :--- "-
"--^ d-iolii. she weord i, y b'i t
-;- lo V. P., -witKll. Thee.

e--- +W. oerthSeimon by i
," **TheOld,
S tr ."P bri ne teeptsoe of new me
hmih the ohutt* ak. Baptis of n
S-membern. Commanion Service. S-
4aS s ehtat4 'Chlok. NosWvaice
s eruie at the Baptstes Eureh, wh
-- t-r-l sinedwhois tvited to atei

S wih a f Svnthe eperiepal hwe
S v. Mri O mighu-yorning pva
-"- ad sermon and hoily an mmn i
: 0o'loeik. Evening prayer at
o'eluek. Someday school at 9:es oelt
lh-sD ei- rf'g. '- p A
Owlagoe s bea ienee of Rev. I.
S &Xing pastor of *e Second Advent
u risl Ma m C aeh, who i filing
regl er appointment at MikevillTe i
Sda there will be no preaching. -
ay d~sco wilbe held at tOWaad
i- - a.. and 7o:a p. P.,ereiwill
S Nermeetinag led by a member
ithe toogregstion
The usual servicess will be observe
at St. P tri-k's Citholi' Ohnroh, R
--- Lyne. t 1 f
1we public is eordially invited so
.la-w of wors Nip. Seats free.
W. H.fPaner Succeeds E. E.Voyl
efereein Bankruptcy.
SW. .Palmerof thisiy has be
atpoted by Hsr Honor Judge Jaa
Loek e of theUnited States Court
refereein bankruptcy for the county
of, Alaebas, Marion, Bradford a
Lake, and has entered upon ils dutii
Mr. Palmer succeeds E., B. Voy
resigned, who has held the positi
wisi efficiency for several years.
The Best Health Culture.
No poor man can afford, to both
with any of the experimental heal
fads. He is too busy makinga livi
for himself a&d family, and when he
afflicted with bad coogh or cold,
develops catarrh as the direct result
a cold, be isimply takes a few doses
Dr. Boschee's German Syrup. And
something more sernos, say consurn
iin prostrases him or any member
his family, German Syrup can aga
be relied on to -effect a core. Tr
bottle,si.e Bigbottle,7e. At W.
JohtAon' .

The last meeting of the Married I
.dies' Whist Club was held at the e
gunt home of Mrs. J. T. Pereival, W4
- in street, N There were a gre
many present, and the game of pi
gressive whist was played in a most i
aspiring and exciting manner, the
dies manifesting a great deal of enthi
siasa.. It was a well-played gan
and as the conclusion it was asc
tained that the first prize, a handmot

lation prise, a Japanese fan, fell to t
lot of Mrs. J. F.Meintry, Jr.
Refreshnsents were served in a n

and unique manner, being a new fe
tore at the elub parties. While the
were a great many good things daint
Prepared and well served, the m
unique were large bell peppers tem
ingl stuffed with delicious salad.
S If the Saby is Cuttin* Teeth
Be sore and use that old and we
tried remedy, Mrs. Winstow's .oot
|g S r"p* for children teething.
ooathes the child, saotenm the gun
allys all paipa, acres wind colic and
the best remedy for diarrhoea. Tw
t-fiwe cesnts a bottle.
Why Not Learn to Speak Spanish
T1Yoa 04 u 1 ecarew a copy of the-
*dioa. of booklet eitle, "What
Spa--s aad Bff U_ ewtosBy It"
m edadi~g two-ess in postee tA W.
Slasse COait L railroad
L ", I -_






Ituissn timeouddca mus
acident or cknes that Ha
Has Wizard Oil can be .r


In cases of sprains, ci
wounds, burns and calds I
ard Oil takes out the more m
drives away the pain. at on
Its app tication causes a wo
to healwithout dangerof b
poisoning or other compli
tions. PaM cannot exist wh
Wird Oil is applied.
Only Onti GensiB
S -tature. "Hnl0arm e." waP
me Blwn. In Settle. Prices 50
Hamlins Cough Balsam qui


Cor. te.ALhe Re*s e.
FhaB Jaly a .--Ater ai~lag )U
Srmr ladlay. M... Ante Wacl-.
ilk, Etephes wacavick has ien pig.
sued for blocaksby scores of foreign-
ef- asadreecued when badly brwased In
the coinlet.
WaceloUk livek d at Mrs. WSacavlek's
utami a few weeks ago. when the w -
_man forced lim to leave because ol
intemperance. He knocked at the
.o laa st niagt ad when ars. Wadca*
o 5. Vk opened It. he rushed ituto te ves-
jaid Vb:le, drew iJs revolver anad fre
te twice. Both bullets s-trs'i tWe wo,
a man `In theb right arm.
o- Se e ran to the kitchen shouting for
help A boarder saw Wae!avk shoot
S ag in. Te bullet struck Mrs. WI
elavik just below the r ngt boulder.
The v'oman -leaped aga'nt the scree
o0 an open -window. It gave way.ate
shBe fel' e:rht feet to tune 91tomi.
A- dying shortly afterward.
ag The assailant rushefi cut of thec
r. .ficn: dc:r, stift holding the revolver.
end Scqeoe of snen sa 4 i;. and pu-
od- aIeo him. The-number was Increasr.1
S IntIl hundreds, mostly foreigners, ta.
oimne: the chf.e.-
Ttbey had surrounded .1 Walavit
p.. wb-n the polle# arrived.
k Consumpti Need par
ck; Consumptives.Need Not Despair

To All My Frends and &nemie&


I w0ll remove to the CrwnfA stort w e
building, and daring the month of July
big redauction3s m

Dry Goods, C tlig ,S

And in F n E.verything Kept ain a- Up-To-D)ae IDy G.d om,


Men' Patent Leather 8hoes, were $44 io
Men4s Vici Shoes, Goodyear welt wore.t at 5
Ladies' Patent Leather Shoes, were ,00 mad
3.50, now.... .... ............ i S
Our Regular 125 a* 1 1.50 Shoe,... 4... .
Our Regular 450 Pants at .. ... ...'..... w.--

Our Regular 2.5 Pants at -- - "- 11

1 ly relieves stubborn colds. It As. many ases- pronounced hopeless ---
8 : contains nothing injurious. by phycians have been cred by Fo.- R larU Line Col worth lee, tw r e, am ta at
k Tastes good and children like le-y's Honey and Tar. L..M. Rtiggles of p ..
reasoner. Join. 4Other.-GoodsoReduedin.
W Hamlins Blood and Liver Pills Asrr 1oa it Other:Goods Reduced in Pnroportoln
cure constipation. They. are better ontil ued Foleypt on an I no -
tit k- essan to take and do not betterontil uedFoley', Honeyasid
lan t take an do Tar. It helped me right from the start l : -
hi rip. Price25 .and topped the pii of bood and --This will be a Feast of BargainS, a
o pain it. mv nw-n a and today am todid *..
a* ... .nd well." Sold by J. W. Meollou those in need of anything in this -lin
b -o. 't- r .... ...
be THE DELL BUILDING. o h of July Excursio A. . p by alngm g
of Foundation for Another Handsome Round trip tieketsto allpointSu purchases. om early nd ofte .
Fed Brick Now Being Laid. of the Ohio and Potomae and East of :
She Mi-iss.ippi rivers% wilt be sold at
ev. The foundation for the Dell building, ,one and o--third first-ela fae<(witn
which will be another valuable addi- nmninimlm 5) )ttt).) T1Tiklits on saleJ- J-
all tion to Gainevile's business house', 1h 2. Sand 4th wihreturn iit July R Jl
16 now beiu laid. S th-,h.X1 )4. S ticketfniagon. 5t. 8
The building will be located on East NoPityShown. -
Main street between the Broonme and Swn
Phifer buildings. Its dimensions will "For years fae was after me on- Prter Building South Side e i
&a be 30x75 feet, one story. with plate tinuously" writes F. A Gulege, Ver-
bena, Ala. *I htid a terrib lf case of0-. "-
glay front. It will be an ornament to piles cauMin '4 timor. When all _, _---_" ,, .. ,_ ___ __-"._:_"
en that section of the city. failed B_,eklen's Arnica salve. curd__
iW. The work will be done under their. Eqal q a d fir ra anid all Si. mERAtA u
as direction of A. E Witt-toek, who ach.s and paini. O ily 25e at all drug II - :--
ies states that he will finish the building
nd within thirty days, undr fvorable NOT! 0, TI :
es. conditions. &
le, e o-_--_i-ie. An eleceton will be helM In the Graey. choo l -*-
e, DktrKet.on Tuelar. Ju"Y 12. iI4. for ithe pur- '
on All Druggists pose of deteraluim wether or not said dfs-
trim shal be l reate rs aspeeil tax sebto.1 i-.
suffering with indigestion or dy-pepsia rate of minaFe to be -Faay S aiwd colected
to call on them at once and get a bot-t herten for the next sueeedinr two years .f.a.U .s.-W- -li-.
ier tie of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. If you lose asset. LT efonowin naeda persons OUTH SIDE SQUARE. GANSVLUJI
e v l fth d~ havue been appointed insectors of said ele-. -
lth knew the value of this remedy a e o : G. Walton. -. F. Heit R J. Had- highest market price paidfor Chiekenas. o EWand r
know it. you would not suffer another oe. with .G- Walon as er ....;
ng day. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a thor- W order of Board of Puhi Ieu r.ruetloz Ut
Sough digestant and tissue-building the 6tb da ?June. A. iU. 3. '--,ArtA
or tonic as well. It is endorsed lersonanly !- P A Complete stoe kof Hay, Cor. OWts.,FlowrRraAMeat,
-fby hundreds of people whom it has Attest:: W. H).JA)WAY. And Rye. We handle only the Va T g2J inA &-as
c red of indigestion, dyspepsia, palpi- l ft3 sim+ -ET PRJCE8. azd u e m e1 -
of station of the heart and stomach troub- --- .-.--- -- _- .
lif le generally. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure L S I!T T
p- digests what you eat. It,.i pleasant., AT LST 1MA TE F TM M-- T :
of palatable and strengtheninag. T he on ezum a --Hl
n Fourth of duty Windows. Monte uma~-
4. A number of cur enterprising and At OCALA, FLORIDA.
patriotic merchants have shown asn 1 i --_ "
American spirit by decorating their On the A. C 'r and S. A. L j. rJ I Pltltrt
windows appropriate to the Fourth of t L -1 _) 0. -.. .. 9-,
- July. While several are most taste-
e- fully arranged, the most appropriate t eTai S. -
at are the windows of L. C. Smith. the. Meet all
at; jeweler and shoe merchant. These
--. decorations are as rich as they are ap-
- propriate make a fine appearance, atd _S____
i reflect credit upon the taste of the .
Ia- artist |__?__
o- The pill that will, will fill the bill,- .-
-, Without a gripe. Oh, It Makes Me Smile -J SON.VI.E LORIDA.O -
er- To cleanse the liver, without quiver, .
me Take one atnight. ... USE. -- -.--
SDeWitt's Little Early Risersae, ar sim.all, i K's p e i u _r-- ay n*.-io
ea totake easy and gentleinelect, Rites $2 O R- Ca' n( 1 p W Wt
,esy .- toPakeD Ithat Rates 50pe daysRPCO'lo
BU GEyet they a" sor ... -
he no one who ues them is disappointed. oth frBnU aD 't to -o
For quiek relief from biloousnem, siek p
B- headache, torpid liver, jaundice, digi .PsMPOEME M1
e zine.,and all troubles arrisinl from anj ji t y Vcm r 1st d + it
- inactive, sloggish liver, Early RisensC P E D R 0 C C____
Share unequalled. Sold by alldrggists ______

Pt Information has reached this eity of T E ""T
the death of Amos P. Martin, wleh -l"a a
sadevenocourredatBayoo Laberte, FULLY GUARA TEED. Commodious, nHome-LIe ot .
Ala., on the 10th inst. Deeesde-
-.- leave a wife and one daughter. He ROOMS FOR 100 U ES- .
th* was well known in this section, having -
It resided here for many years. To the
, bereaved family The Son eteds s- Table Unexcelled.
Se.re sympathy. Mrs. Martin, wife of
rs, .o- ihap. frry f th S7 E U, H. PAXT O, er Va Pr. UMUE SWM S, Fu
city but now residing in Reese, Mich. ______________________________________________________
? The following letter from Bobert L .. +' + .
w Watt. ofSalem. Mo., is inEtructive: g[jI iIM
." havebeen troubled with kidney di.- ...
L ease for the last five years. IMr l' -smacmse -
|h wth eadig pyicana nd riedall- irir- Usll ~ j *I~ fa~l^Blm,6 aihfu -^"^ -^ ^*!^' Ik;hwa.^

.e -edien tre l -,rse without rele-. n-- T -"- s em e-ua v .. .AIrv ..... - 1 -,o~a.
Sasia^gly l Kid^ney Cure tad 3 d..e- e - I
wsa ig .a rntk G I '. was L


~Tot Dead, Btit Sleepiiig


m-fl ecision a is a Thiug for

MWT. TiqseUWsin of 9tudty has
t. following to y. which .will i rove
at iteret to the pe Ople ot f Gaines-

!- the case o- f W. W. Hampton in-
Sb United States court, as tustee of,
the Gaievnl ve Goraed ond High
I3Srol dw. Ub. United States Fidelity
enj B. Yeag referee. decided in favor of
the palatial, recommending that dam-
ui ila the sum of $563028 be award-
ed, anl to waich findings the defeM-
I nt: i excepted, the cort amde an
-_ der i- aktosnghe fnAding of the reft
ese the l dgiment of the eourt."
It will be remembered that this. ease
Swai asuit in which the trstees of the
sinesvil^e Graded and High Sehool
usre the plainiff,- against the
Ignited State Fidelity and Guaranty,
c;.pny. bandsmen for the eontrac-
to- s ofthe bailding. The cotraet was
S aken for the construction of the,
Gaiesvile Graded and High School'
a ertain price the contractors be-
iu der bond, irwhen the trustees
were compelled to put- up several
thousand dollars to complete the same.
Tbe es- has beeu pending for the past
J- -hre jeato .

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;a oboe tera r a7eaw e -1

.. .. -eai.e -a ---l-r I -

wi a a tpieao a V OW
w4 as a pimao for A ledsia -I
- e ve brtoy the -

M athuh]e !. T
Prices ao eamo mie ~M tnea
tal We 6 a Yr rlat Wilie


:lWIXSaw l llS

taigt Was Her Terror.
1 wo lld cogh nearly all night Theaborv picrrirert r- t n.- united, and true grt, b teause theyI + J-A t' e. 'r -. .. .. tri
meg,"t writes Mres Cha. Applegate of . hang on to the"*np It wa-thoaught and f -. r- tad [ ... 'f ad
Alexandri Iad., "ad Icould hardly a ewall Camp" Uetedi w, u arose pr.-4eeigirw. ur.. 'arce -Ip hee. P r -he hae .L
l1tay0t leep. I-hadconsumption oof -ai.e!, -Fl -ri-.y them to aetion, bht no. Trhir. they But ie ,-.+. -e s .r: ha4on -_ _-
bad th9 t fJIwalked a block I would arergettingin tun-" to au over h,-- were threateaied with arrest by a "Con-the'. ,hat ;h.- memory of Jacknu -
an-gh trighthlly sad spit blood, but, river." They don't .othtr aiout secriept" ,.quad fr6m the rairk- of the does nitl inpire ihenm to active pat Ert i.. -c-n-w a al ";
when al1other medicines failed, thnee sending delegates to annual national G A R. boys ut tha" d'd not wttork. ipat mn i a. : aknl -Ii ret-ie theifrom i,,aiGle ,AS. Los a to.-
SIbottlesofIDr. iuns ew. Discov-.- .w .. iJutt at that "-quad" was getting rmt-mnory of n: ConftecraT older, ar -
.,- whollyea red mend gained 68 down to u-'mines. and woold have' and tah- -eu whwh nma- T '. 440. .et.rn imit Dee. 15f $
penda." It's abtotlatel goarinteed up" to do so. They haven't time to it h round ll right, the! Ali I, si.-m 1. umse. Shai iti.. e s Resura limit i day
at-lea ti a~ll throat n41... .tand rg th .ru- : m m. h . .... Retth limiA dasti
- eophs. colds, rippe, brou-Ithink about it. B t you ste they are sir forai of "Stonewail Jackstn" -thela gut m." G. W I. i sea limit IS -
A..t.: u d All throat . ___"" "__"__III____+- .I I. II I I. ---'r -e ".peei. cow ..
Prct0e iand Ini-Abottles free at .. ... f-o d u

Mr. Mixson's Hard Luck. Judge Mason Filed Nine Cases for Di- Notes of People Who Come and Go. -One trnRe tc ~ett of the Genera. t LA belIe.
S. KM ixson, one of the valued em- vorce in One Day. Other Items of Interest. S SLccum Disater
p s of G 8. Merchant & Co., h 'This has been a .ra,.ktr-jack day Melrose; J'uly 2 -The total raifall New Iri.iu:y -Erysipetas IE l tae leadtseepm- .
been p iag very unfortunate luck for me as far as di-ore- eoase are con- for the: moith ot June was S .9 +ebt. the fac ar ta.. e o ath f
for the past twoday. jeerned." remarked Judge IH. G. Ma- Miss Floer Corpew left for Are:er Mr,. O .ana Go.c.-ma w-o was
--"I have been the unluckiest fellow n in hi office a day or two recently. y .trrday to be gone about a wek rescue. frm the f-atd Meampr mt.y St..JSkavia..22-
;-in Floridatfor the pal tawo days," pa- as he shifted an Oid Virginia cheroot vriiting friends. General i cur. The blow waC. L. STOKIE,G. P. A, Louis eB.
tently remarked Mr ison from one corner of hi- mouth to the Mrs. T- MoNre and daughter haI- struck by a ftrcman who rescued th1 _ __ "
family have 'jumped' me for a visit of other and watched the blue smoke as g-ne to t nd severalweeks at TItu-- woman from 4rown;5.
a few weeks, learfng mre a widower. it eured i to the air. "It .Teems that vle'ri.siting th former's son. Alter:. .Mrs. Go'-an Jumne from h .. ..
Just after their departure one of my; some of these people have beeme third who a very good position ith th ricane dee rf the 'Scc.um. She was
f.ieAhorsesdied, and efore thear of their bargain, and that they have lecc liht enmpany. **en 'ruea-r- n e xar ny j
elswas c.eold a cow which has been a arrived at thee conclusion that connu- The Meitrle eor, has been again *temnaT. N 'eaped to the reeue. HI
_fiithAfulfriend in the matter of giving bial bliss is not just exactly what it is lelared ,f all watr hvyeinths. This w, cah- the dru w-. wom3|a
milk got mixed up in .a pond atmy cracked up to btw for I have fild ninework is done v:ral times each year c a, w a ls !eath -l
Splae in-the country and was drowned papers in divorce cases today." and paid for out of a fuud eolleeted .. flcosnioBs
-before anyone knew it. The Judge certainly has an eye to for the special purpose of keeping the ,. ,f t
Mr. Mixson has certainly been a bohines. In the capacity of county eove cleaf of this pest. I -a .
creature of misortune. and his friends Idge he reserves the lawful right to z M.I.. Ware hao gone for hiK usual I s .-r:ed 'e ospltaI: l,
oifer sympathy. notwithstanding he join people together in the holy rites,, summer trip to Darlington, S. C. bu nr -d o the re
takes install as good-naturedly as .any while his profession as attorney gives; Mrs. G. W. Roberts and baby have :.,: : s a& -_-_--i
man could who was placed under the himn authority to separate them--and Kgre to join Ler husband at Manatee. ; ca a ______-: -..... "
paae hm. d_ eoji hr ubna ante a+

amme eireuM iances. the has so far been very -uecessfal at Several of our ei zen are prepar- ----
S- .- bo-th. ngor a trip to Gaineville to help Indigestion,
Safeguard the Children. W H -eeebrate the Fourth. W i
Notwithsandiuig all that is done by Weak Hearts fatuee, torpid onit uhe. liver -
boards of health and charitably in- Are caused by indigestion. if you .at Croup. nation. torpiditiy f the hrer t co-.
_. - ------- & L- A &. ):.i. .. -... -. 1 -- ti. .- 1 r i.ation. ..lpitation of the htw-t

e ined persons, he death rate among
small children is very high during the
- hot weather of the summer months in
the large eities. There is not probably
,one case of bowel complaint in a hun-
dred, however, that could not be cured
by the timely use of Chamberlain's
S I Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
For sale by all druggists.
Georgian .Gets Appomtment.
B.oston. Mals-.. J,!y 2-Alfred Ak
orman, a native of Georgia, and a
graduate of the CGo)rgia State univer
sity. has been appointed by Governor
Bates state forester of Massachusetts
with headquarters at the state house
After graduation from the Georgia
University, he studied forestry in G'r
many and finally at Yale forestry
School. where. for the ptA year, a h
has been assistant profesWor In for

^::- +. :a .
The easet, ebhepest and best re:ned y
for eatarrh, colds. athnmaand al. di-.
eises of the throat, chest and 1nins is
S Quakor Oil, the new discovery. It is
perfectly harmless even to childre-n.
and is guaranteed to give perfect sat-
issfaction in every ease or money wai
be promptly returned. It renders
S gripp impossible, qoiekly destroys
Sdtse e germs, an- insures fuil, per-
e a'-- d amtral boeething thrutigh tLe
S- trils. For sale by R. W. V*a.e.
S sltd GrOove. Fl.

a iti e too muchu. ur i. you are euDje-ti
Sto attacks of indige-tin,. the stomach
expands-w-ilts anil putls up against
the heart. This crowd the heart aid
shorten the breath. Rapid heart
beats and heart d-seae is the final
result Kodol Dy.-p-peia Cure dige-ts_
what you eat. tak-s tihe -traiu off thf
[heart, eursa indigtesiorn, d.j-r-p-ia,
iour stomach, and eont.ribute' nourish-
I ment, strength and health to every or-
gan. soltl y all druggirts.


Captain Gravham Was Prominent Ir.
Alabama Pclitics.
M'n:omry. Ala., July 2.-Cap
tain Ed _, A:r--, Graham. dlitr'ct
attorney for ti h. Southern aLd Sefa-
board, fcrrmenr member of state. n-
ate. leTis.ature, constitutional conv( n-,
tion. mayor and city recorder and
prominent secret order man, died her
this morning.

Piles Upon Top of Piles.
Pies- upon top of piles of people i
have the piles, and DeWitt's Witch Ha-
zel Salve cures them. There are many$
different kinds of piles, but if you get
the genuine and original Witch Haze!
-alve. made by E C_ DeWitt & Co o,
Chicago a cure is certain. H. A. Tie-
dale, of Summerton. S. C.. says. I
had piles W) year* and DeWitt's Salve
cured me after everything else failed."
Sold by all drgeiists.


National. State Wa -crui- -

Is a violent inflammation of the mu-1j poor blo o-headache and other e- -a Tick It
cous membrane of the -wind p'pe, you- syrnt-,.ms. r u skin, foul- .
which rn 'mrtinetextends to the lar- tongue, offense Ireath aud a legion Pesidential Electors.
ynx andbronchial tube, and i one ofother ailmewr is at once the mote C. F affamm-Frankin unmty o .
the most, danteroi dfay eoma of chil- widespread and destructive malady Go.-K.B obinsu-Marin ot--y.
aren. It almost alwaY. eornef on in 660teX. eninsln.WTs a
the night. Give frequent small doses a'men the Am~ean -wil -purlea. The e
of Balard' Horehomd Syrupand a Hr atmnt will ure all the Geo H o ard ay.
ply Baliard's How Lruoiment exyterm inblt o r bote. old by W. MI G. A. ~t. Wendell-Gdden eaty..
ly to he throat. 25e. -60e.l. Sold by Joton. A. M. Couhm -Ala--nt- e I
W. 11 .onsn. For Gwoveror--Hsm.. B. t Macfar
WYtT n IM IIWIA lane. l' a' *1
.II*e- _DA 1/I "U I' Monroe. -
Two Pi-orinent Cl .b M'Aen Probabl Ayto -e.a- : ." -r
Fatally -ijuredi h I -
Min -apoi -n1., n JulIy I.-Tw y.ey.
promir.-t sirtey ant"rl i men ot id 1 C trodr- L. kipper ?olk.
Minnei.' rc- nD-r rim- R-t..-il *,- B iodl te-.-
which ?hey W "-. ;rbably die. and five perutedtnt of Pli. i -aPbee-
other per-ons % -- scriousy mjured i oA|Mif h IIA-W. R. O Oeal. ranBge.
in an exp!a.-on of a gaohine aunch |lIrtaHIIItIIuh1 C aioir of Agrieatter--.
The E1anor. at Tonkabay. Lake Mn-UIRHI U U J owley, Patnam. .
netonk-a a ili M d Commissioner -H. J.
The inli-ed: Jackft.-vi o S Johns.
.Georg:. Chr.*-an. prbabi fatanr:; p a lO -_-Jus. jie lSupreme Court for term -
George UpTrn. proab!y fatally: Hen si year-W. B. epaht B.mbia.
ry Merrma. -burn-!4 bay: Mrs. .. .J8
err iman -"H fllsbcwm
H. De~ reaux. Art. lHarry Merriman A dSHisro.
Henry .Merriman, Jr., Prudence Me rr. C.S A4MIDmadw3 "

'Mr. Christian was entertaining a sit Lowest. rie P '" -i Tic -- -a
patty and the boat was edfor f e.
the bay when the explosion ocwtrred Se Gorbyf PiiAc*.
BO ?XH !VlT6 -. ..aB. .s.. --- .

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StUa w atd.um ti AMan-
g WR- Uro e and DGutiiard,.
S ir Throw free Wheel in

Aaata, Jaly 2.-Bobby Waithour"
A ab- a" asbdcyale -rider, happened
S-serious -eisemt while racing with
M e and DeGuichard t the Sft
ag amt neght. He was thrown
hi k wheel id the fourth mile of
Spite race and had its collar-.
e broken and was otherwise in-
Jiwe. Tie champion sustained a ter
rIble fac. befns hurled against tw.
_ t- hZ8 inches with sach force tas

l oater accounts say that as a re-
mit of hia terrific faal at tOe htalum
i- the -cornered race with DeGu -
ehard -ad Muaroe. Bobby Walthour
ir stil a criticatl condition.
Paralysi s has deaened both limbs.
bnt whether the stroke Is permana
aisant be told until he recovers from
t s-hock to his System.
in addition to the paralytic stroke
bs left collar bone was broken, right
dbow ad ngers bruited and tore
both hips cut and badly battered, anti
Aim e wound appears across his ab.
domen. ..
All last night after his injury the
wounded cyclist complained of pains
la his baek and shoulders, stating to
r Visanki. the physician in charge,
that his spite hurt him worse than
ayr other port of his mangled body.
It is now thought that the blow r-
Celved on his spine may iave been
responsible for lie paralysis that h:-

t! wife -asnd friendai.
Sign, of IMprovement.
St later accounts say -that l Val
tour has recovered the use of- bis
itmbs and seem's to be improving

Chambeertai's Colic. Cholera and Di-
arrhoea Remedy.
This remedy is certain to be needed
in almost every home before the sum-
oer is over. It can-always be de-
.pended apoa even i the most se ere
and d Ngero anes. It is especially
valable for summer disorder in chil-d
dren. is pleaunt to take and never
fail to give pomanpt relief. thy not
bsy It nowt It may save life. For
Sale by all drouggfs.


Educators Finish Busaines andl Turn
to Pleasure Seekling.
St. LOUIxSi, July 2.-The National Ed
ucatlonal association convention eid

had been transacted yesterday, the
educators generally turned from duty
to pleasure and viewed the exposition,
a P od the attedance was much dimin!

oihed todayy.:

Cardinal Satolli expressed his ple.s
are at heing present, and remaIned
only a few minutes.
c,orge? A. Gate<. president of PoJ
mona coll'.ie. Claremont. Cal.. talkerd
on the f P.a of the Small College."

Working Night and Day.
S he busiest and- mightiest little
thing that ever was made is Dr. King's
NRew Lite Pills. These pills change
W ekness%. into strength litlemness
inte energy, brain-fag into mental
o wer They're wonderful in build-
Ing up the health. Only Sl eper box.
Sold by all droggits.
.ncert^at rit,; s
S M te_)a: .t y. Aia.. J, -.--The -u
preme c rt today madc an mizi.trmat
Sruling in that t-.u- hoider'of office in
Alabama could not be impeached for
the use of Jrtoxieating liquors, drugs.
etc -o, the groumds that the legisla-
tare lid nt paw the law bringstai
i eitect consitutatios provisions.
pec Crep NOw Mvrg _h
AarIWVel ,,, JuTy 2.-Te frst
Ifll ear of peaches was shipped Thurs
day to Loausvnlle. Next week will
see good fruit in abundance. The
Ftlerta crop will mve about the 22d;
anad wil be fiue. t Is estimated that
-Uti sati will sohp 165,009 crates.


Gonatipsion, Blios eBe", In
.digssios and other internal
deraum smea.e, clog the ystem
1 erio ii if allowed to-
-maii. When the bowels fail
to act regularly, the prompt
e of a good laxative will pre-
vent erious results and save
doeten' bits. M OZL E Y S
LEMON ELIXIR has for years
Sbeen recognized as the leading
laxative. It aets promptly, but
gently, and unlike ealomel or
tablets. it does not gripe or
produce the slightest unplea.
antoes. It keeps the system
thoroughly eleansod of all i- .
pTritie an d insuires perfect
health. For sale at drug tores.
50 perbottle.


Lemon Elixir .
Made of Lemons


Composer of "Dixie" Laid to Rest at
Mount Vernon.
Mt. Vernm, Ohio. July 2.-The ru-
meral of Daniel Emnmett. compIser of
"Dixie.' was held this afternoon in-
der the auspices of local Elk Lodge.
Mr. Emmett was not a member of
the Elks. but a special dispensation
was granted by District Deputy .1. T.
Murray. of Cleveland. providing an-
thority for the local lodge to conduct
the funeral.
Scores of well known theatrical merl
were present. Including Al G. Field.
who acted in the ca|lacity of marshal
at the funeral. The funeral was
hetd at St. attiek's Episcopal church
which was crowded with people.
The band rendered "Dixie." whfle
the body lay In state at the residence
from 9 to It o'clock. and "Dixie" was
also played as the body was consigne.
to the tomb.
HunlrPeds of people reviewed th-
Abody. M e "' of the I!ks' lcdgt
acted a pa;i; ,ar'rs.

Cured of Itching Piles.
W. R. Flint, a merchant of Orchard,
Ia., writes "1 had b.engreatly trou-
bled with itching pil s for several
years and tried many so-called pile
oures without relif,. hut was complete-
lyeu-red by Banner Salve. It is the
beat pile cure." Sold by J. W. MeCol-
lum & Co.

In thet Cicilt Court. Eighth Judieial Circuit.
Aiachua Couinty. Plorida- l Chancery.
Jane Milliner vs. Prank Milliner.- livorce.
It appea-rin by affidavit appended to the bill
iled In the above stated cause that Frank
Milliner. the defendant therein named, is a
resident of the state of Florida. and has been
talent from i. place of residence for tore
than sixty days preceeiing this Order of Ptibli-
eat-on. and- concealing himself so that ser-
vice cannot be made upon him. and is over the
age of twentv-one years; it is therefore or-
dered that said resident defendant be and he
% hereby reqwured to appear to the BI31 of
Complaint tiled In -h-a causee on or before mon-
day, the 1st day of August.' A. 0D It4. other-
wise the alletrattonsof said bill will be taken
as confes-sed by said defendant.
It is further ordered that this order be pub-
lI.s1e once- a ek fe fourcon,-ectLive weeks
in the Gaine wIe .~Stn. a new-'uper pthli.sed
1i said county and Stuat.
-Thb-, July W.t. l4.
H C. DENTON. Clerk C'irci t c',urt.
Seali Per S. H. Wienirc. D. 4"
A true cotpy of ori-rial.
H C. D.NTON.: Cleri.
Per S. H. Wienwe. IL. C.
H G. MaiN. Soi'r. for Comi'l't
In the Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial Circut.,
AlaSebu County. Florida i-r Chancery,
Florene Padason '-. Frank Padu-wor. -Di-
It appearing by aftdavit appended to the bill
Lied in the above stated cause th it Frank Pad-
asom. the defendant therein framed is a resl-
de.ntof the State of Florida, and has been ab-
sent from his place of resi *en.!e for more than
.ixty days preceding this Order of Puhiieation.
and IsconeeaUig himself -so that service .can-a
not be made upon him. and ix .over the age of
twenty-one years: it is therefore ordered that
aidresidet defendant be and he is hereby
require to apear to the B111 of Complaint
fied In said cause on or before Monday. the int
dayof Auruast. A. D. L ,4. otherwise the allega-
tions of said bill 'wi be taken as confessed by
said defendant.
I bs further ordered that this order be pub-
Hshed once a week fotr turronsecutive weeks
-In The Ginesville Sun. a new sraper pubWished
in said county Lad State.
Thise Julty Sd. I*1.
H. C. DENTON. Cler a('renutt C'ort.
ISeai By S r. Wienges. C.
A true eOpy of orwtinal.
H, C. DENTON. Clerk.
Pe' S. H. Wtenees. D C.
H. MASON. Solr. for Compi t.
In the Cire-t. Court. Earhbth Judicial Circuit.
Alachua County. Forida.--In Chaoery.
Delia Sams vs. WUlte Saws.-Divorce.
It appearing by affidavit appended to the b:l1
filed In the above stated cause that Wilhe
Saws. the defendant thereto named, is a resi-
dent of the State of FTorlda. and has been ab-
Weat trom is place of residence for more thab
alty days preceding this Order of PubHleation.
and eeana himself so that service cas-
e be maue mupon him. and is over the age of
iwent -one years: It is therefore ordered that
sasl reiadeutdetendant be and he is hereby
required to appear to the B ill of Comphlait
0 d inMsid causeOm or before MoMday.the ip
day of Ataist. A.,X .190 otherwise the al-
-leatlonof aid bill will be taken as confessed
bySaid defendant-
It is farther ordered that thbi! order be ipub-1
li Seonce a week for four conecutive weeks
in theoainewvle Sun. a newspaper publihed
Into asa county nd State. -
srbhs July d. l t. .
H. C. SDE1TON. Clerk Circult CAour.
(saM.] Per 101. Wkeges. ACV
A %Me tw al wnmrfaina
a 111. C w 1. Cttk.
NP I wu.aoe.- .C
t: LP 8..,ww,-.
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PaoithR IrLoGci


S- / .

Can sell your city property. (im.-
proved and improvede. phosphate.
trucking and farming lands. Send him
a list of what you offer for sali. 2142m



Offee in Endel block.

[Successor to SeelerA Alder
Over Duttou Cos Bank.

Spesoa attention to Crowc r d Bridge work
Phone m7 .


Graduate Baltimore Coeoege Denrl Surger
Fi e years' experience la New York City.

Take The Atlanic Coast Line


iA!Du. nt P. A(L 111 mlo- s w
via | Via veiVa ITj

* v Jeksn rie Jacksonvine use **fla- ..i

Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service

Time Table in effect June 5, 1M.

;Depart For GAIN

0 7) JOpmi aHigh -pr
Gatenis l Daily $

12.40 pm

2:10 p mu


Crown. Bridge work and FIling Specialties. I
OmrIC Lmu EIDoL BLocK. GAtaswvILL. PiL, aitly

JOHN N.Mn Proday Pro
JOHN MENZLES. Proprietor. '


niap ad later-
liate Point

Ocala, L sburg and Taf -ad
Intermediate Poinat

Palatka, Daytoun, JacksoatiUe,
North, East and West


I 11pm

High springs, Waycross, SavanNah, Br nWiek, Il-ya
Alba Atlata: all Points North, ESt W *ily

RKicte!Ie. Mie~anurr and Chin -

High Springp

S 0san

-' .aD i

ex Sady_

219-221i W. BRay st... Jtcksonvie. F a. a Int-rchangeable Mileage Tiekets, good over 18,000ailsa of a parie
-- : jeiai railways in the southern States, aremon asle by tIhe p a"itial -amb.
Faust beer, bottle and d raught. Don't Through Puliman u -eper Port Tampa to New OYo viia As o1a-
fail to ea!l on me when in Jacksonvie t Line; also ria Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway.
For eumplete information, call on
J. A. OOOODWIN,T1kEtsAget ,- ..i.l.
lR. HAlRY LEE JARVI. AddressA -
-Wit b i. G Tioh). j FRANK C. BOYLSTON, Com' l Agt., W. D. STARK* Tisr,-l-. P A
I -NTAL SUPREON 138 W. Bay st., Astor BnildiB, JaeviEflleF -
INAL IUREON.. H M. EMERSON,Traf. Mgr., -W. CAAIG, Gea.lPa-.AgL,-
SWilmington. S. C. WiWninmton, .. 0.
Porcelaiu nluay Work "dIt tlie i'R u atAi. .of .
Teeth Specialtiles.
Ofice It Male ir L.w l ,,e-. _

MACHINERY EPAIS. We cover these important points adrespeetfuhl
Can turn and straighten whole lehgth solicit a share of your businea.
of Shifting and Pipe-Cutting
up to 12 f-ch A i t ad "

& 1PC2T- Agents for the---

P. rI wESTU Drp .MIot Victor Safe and Lock Compan
. ._.- -. -.-- .... .- ,- 1 i i t, O ..0.
MAX KR RA SS The **Victor" is the best afe mide, and pa"rtie otmpt
A^ 1F% ; ing the parchse of a safe, or anyth in t linae ,
from a box to a bank vault, wil sa mone
Repres.ntKni a by conIulting uO. Call on or address,

EA WEIL &. "" ...
SAInformation cheerfully furished. GAESVILLE FLORIDA

f ot AllD 1k% ri ti nv

Sole Agents for 1MOARCH and SOVER-
pair warranted,

Gainesville & Gulf Railway. Compai

J. Manasse. .. Aent OF FLORIDA.
.. '- -i a Table in effect Jl uly 6. -

Nic Arend's Saloon and ae

Jacksc ile FIorida i Daily Na. A. No. .4 .
Ev't _day T Dy. '. TATO ION. Dai Dal .

Merchant Lunch front 12 to 2p.m. P P A .P
i = ...... ...-... ....................... ..u......_ 0m -
Barthelemay Rochester, al& Im1.-
ported Warberger Beer on Draught -
..... ......... ....... e o t ..... ....... .... .
Steaks. Fish. Chops, Game in season, : .... ... .. .. 3icaopy ....... ........... ...... --
to order. Pqol., Billiards, BowiHa g A. ...... .. .... ... ..Taoma..... ....... .....- ... 12
Alley. 130W Ba. Bay 4. 5s ..... f .. .. ....Kirkwo.d.... ..... .. is
_ __ _ __ _ _.........0 ................ . ... ly -tt ....... .. .. -. --
- -. .- - ..- --. 5. .. . .. ..... Fiee- ......e.... e....... 4
GALNESVILI FAVORITE .-- --- Wachoot ....... :.......:..... 44:
.9 15 ... .... .R ky Pontt ...... .. ... .......
9 4 .Ar. .. .. ... ar ..........l .. 14 -
RE IT. "o0 Ov6a 1,5Lr .. .1-- "l.---- A t
oAlachua Pl Parlor S12 0 ....s5 .
7+m rairi 7 4 .... .S6am acity....... ,s2 D t40:- i14
_P IS_%1011 aB.I0. L & P. 7A
C.Bre rr) fr. j :. 1 f' . Jack DBmwie, e.. .i 7 .... .- -
11 .... + 1 'a 4w: ..tm. V l ,oea k -., 4 45 I- ..... .
j ... .. a... .. i ~ 6 U ...e.. ake S. ...4. a7 .A.....
.-" 1110 J11 0n- 4S,...-leta ,-A F..- 1-

I ated is the Porter, ok, soethI 7 2 a 1 hta,, t .-- -.. .
s aef,,Th.aee Airae-ssbies. elan A M P-- ---

srvisd They w isosesisl In^e J ^, HHM~lL 9g,: ..1BIK"^^""W*^!.^

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Origsat she 6
ms.hase ad slboe

- h a $j Nms.L L. P(oudW
W.m r e ep s1 et 's*9
Dr. Wegse
?est for Jat eereived, a aRe to er b of
a sat beat 543t51 white sant d is SpthadW.
a tysh, moderate prices. Marou. Ba-
Aege- Ms ste dal,
CW. P I*?b05 w t.. bats arred frm ae
w reh i engaged is the wood bus-
e wse. He will remai here several
fro M En. days with hs family.
SHons.W. G. Robison saad Henry S.

Ohubb, regiter and reeeiver of the
United States land office, respetively,
departed yesterday for Jaeksonville aB
important bothuel-.

|BN.-+! Se-h: m-ieSt-1of 10- o de of
*Iathe ol*et adi wmt widely known
L redet of that section, was trading

Wite Sprigs ad return Sundays
Esrig fVdt*ae G. & Ry. Nine
e so at sRtd uetrn same day.
Oltyone r. Through ecoeh. jt
I^MH- 'I M 8O Chee. an three children
snSi deputed jterday for Jacksonville,
*I"-i where they will be the guests of the
S.-lag. former sister, Mrs. Ella Merritt, for
-- -afew days.
Mnm.L. E. Means departed yesterday
.... ..... +for FortWhite, where e will spemd
wI daysa with relatives. iss Means
also mes ued front Fort White iad
I igh Springs yesterday.


B6lnFna" Iutor ts Gt]O
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- A.-by.J. W v4:. -/_" .-*m :. -

SO Toldpae for salat gbasn

Pill.W. Mi em o. M ,
Se t eNs J. R.ne. sne May9 w.Sd
clis apTheig a few

eigae with relativ in -iyl Ga

...W. .Sbaue of Oter Cra i
| edg ayr tw his faily
L siln tor a V Soew tds family a

a said be wll be ,close. ot in
IOUwlobo meoreat #Ilper I-AM
6lmsou's~a WoderTl alve ote sale
I.y ae. we a known & Co.

wKt e : -A t"
mtio- barrels ford ate for shipping
1-sa. J.N.Bone.'pht. o othe Ui
Mrs. i F. ele is spending a few-
wees with relatives in Albey, .ity
ep e .... r L .3 Burkhim.'
4. W. Stands of Op"er Noreek to

2Virg Diard of SJouomme-l is in

1h. onsd Liver Tablets. For ial
lxS har aoot 5,000 old papers f

_a sand whl- i will be closed out in
logf 1,a0orewore at $1 per 000e.
S. Bryant andwi wife of Kirkshordt

oayesew ii n ea rond trip ticket

yestseray for Daytona, where he will

-, and the Latest Styles

I F "in Fadeless eo ogra s

. Girad-e o--0iesa pe.


An appropriate Fourth of July sou-
venir will be given to any lady or
gentKeman who visits Joe Masasse'*
clothing store, whether they .o-y or
not. Don't stay away.
Our iron-clad labor contract is in
reat demand among all employers of
labor. Price ce. each for le"s than 0),
or 2 per 100. Send cash with order.
Address The Sun. ainesville. ela. tf
Mrs. Mattie Smith of Umatilla, after
a pleasant visit to'her sitter, Mrs. L. J.
Clyatt,in this city, has returned to her
home. She was accompanied by Mrs.
Clyatt and children, who will spend a
few days at their old home.
Chas. Longaan of High Springs, E.
K. Rosborough of Windsor, Justice J.
A. Tucker and John Bunch of Ro.
chelUe, and R. W.Griffl. of Mieanopy.
were in the city yesterday. Mr.: Ro-
borough is the clever representative of
a Jacksom'rille wholesale grocery
house., and is pending the Foarth at
A. J. Feaster. of Roehelle, S. F.
Waits of Grove Park, J. L. Shaw and
so.n. Joshua, of Malphurs, D. L. Lan-
dress of Fairbanks, has,. LRue and
Eugene Walker of High Springs and J.
M. SMaw of Brooker were among those
who favored Gainesville with a visit
yesterday. The latter was en route to
Arcadia, where he will visit frieds for
a few day.
Mr. and Mrs J. C. Rodea departed
yesterday for Louisville, where the
former, who is president of the firm of
R. M. Hughes & Co., manufacturers of
eider and vinegar, was called to pre-
side at the annual meeting of the
board of directors. From Lonisville
Mrs. Rhodes will proceed to Oakford,
Ind., where later she will be joined by
her husband. Before returning home
they expect to visit the St. Louiw fair
and other points of interest Friends
wish them a pleasant summer.
Tax Assessor W. W. Colon is at
home again, after a delightful as well
as beneficial visit to Hampton Springs,
which he declares is the finest resort
of its kind in the South. The new
hotel, with a eapacity of seventy-flve
guests, has recently opened, and Mr.
CGelson states that a great many are
enjoying the exhilaratiOg effee~ of
Hampton Springs baths. On his re-
turn Mr. Colson came through the
West End, where he found the crops
flne and the people prosperous.
Prof. FH. Coffee of Waldo, one of
Alachuas eonty's most competent
and seectsstal teachers, arrived in the
eity from Palatka Friday night, where
he has been for the past three or four
days. Prof. Coffee is now employed
by the Security Mutual Life Insurane
Company of Binghamton. N. Y,, in
the capacity of district manager, and
reports that he is progressing in theI
work with success.. His headquarters
will be in Gainesville, but it will be
necessary for him to do considerable
traveling. + _
Water Notice.
To city water consumers: Your
water rent for quarter ending Septem-
ber 30th. 1904, s now due and payable
at this office, If not paid on or before
July 10th, 1904, your water supply
will, without further notice, be dis-
continued. Fee for turning on again
$1. By order of City Council.
J. M. Diu..
City Clerk and Treasurer.
(Gainevle. Fla., July lst, 1904.


For Rent-The large corner store
under opera choose; also four large
eomamunicating rooms upstairs, suit-
able for offices. Apply to Mrs. D. C.
iEdwards, OOlaFla.. det
Rev. and Mrs. B. BHolley of Jack.
sovrille are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Waiaright. The many Gaines-
vitle friends of these estimable people
are always gld to see them..
Ben. P. Richards, Jr., LeRoy Taylor
and Miss Mamie Wilcox have returned
from Fort George, where they have
been the guests of Misns ell Broward'
at. a delightful house party.
W. H. Small of Waldo was in. the
city yesterday. Mr. Small has recent-
ly purchased valuable property from
Mr. and Mrs Paul C. Deane at Waldo-
-and came to have the deeds recorded.
James Doig departed yesterday for
Savannah, Ga., where he expects to.
remain ambug old friends' for a few
days. HeHnay also go to Rock Hill, S.
., wh re.Mrs. Doig is recuperating
for the summer,
Our shoes have a nobbiness and a
grace that other shoes fail to carry.
Come in and give us your judgment.
No need to buy now or ever unless you
are convinced that you are -serving
your own best interests. L. C. Smith.
Attention is directed to the water
notice of City Clerk Dell, which ap-
pears elsewhere in third issue. Patrons
of the waterworks are requested to
sall at the office of Capt. Dell at the
United States land office and settle on
or before the 10th inst.
The report of Kirby Smith Chapter,
U. D. C;. which was read at the an-
nual convention of the Florida divis-
ion in Lake City last May and which
appears in today's Sun, is published by
special request of Kirby Smith Chiap
ter. The report has also been printed
in pamphlet form for distribution
among the chapters of the State.
There may be wars -ad rumored of
war, and our darling baby boys may
sicken and die and never be soldiers
unless 'we give then Dr. Moffett's
"TEEiHINA" (Teething Powders.)
"TEErIHINA" aids digestion, regu-
lates the bowels and makes teething
easy by overcoming and counteracting
the e of the ectsofsummer's heat upon
the dear little ones.
Attention is directed to the change
of advertisement of George W. Hyde,'
which appears in this issue. Mr. Hyde
is conducting one of the best and most
up-to-date dry goods and millinery
establishments in this section, and the
faet that he is enjoying an immense
trade is the best evidence that his
goods and his prices are always right.
Read This.
Mobile. Ala.. Feb. Is. 1899.

Dr. E. W. Hall, St. Louis, Mo.-Dei
Sir: During the past year we hai
Sold over twenty-four doxen "Hal

Laie' calling eard., gentlepen' 1Great Discovery" for kidney and blade
ny ther der troubles, and during that tim
have r4eived no complaints.
ar.printed inm the latest Yours respectfully,
-tis- ffiee-and the p ee is G. VAX A"w- KP & Sox.

01Vr 0 Tiga, superintend- A *- Wonder
U -n phosphatemi es One sM all bottle of the Texas Won
through thie city yesterday en der, Hall's Great Discvery, cures a
Ime to 0eala, wherm he will kidney and bladder troubles, remove
aiead a short ine with his family. rveI, m.cues diabetes. seminal emi
n : : slmsweak and lamn ebaks. ,rhem
tmland a IJoir regular tesietIe k
almeillU and Gulf, wheo reeides ast nys" ad bladder in both men a&
Faitreld, was ia the city yesterday women, regutes bladder troubles i

proposess O'ain.lm botte is two month. ta.
:;? Dr.: ect W. WBalls.l-
...M m "f ....... ,- _MIim,or P. 0. box 9L.5- M. is

N. hsrmeTwees.
Ir .s #e asyet or felws to
VrFlurfiais t(sflt .m ,A
we~vrojtaletaver-fearss t Af
tipate he publiei its the priter
T a 4eat Fhe Sea ba4 deedid |
the fore< a ress o thfe Pnnh.
will x
Itls2a4a is tobsboSed t& arn
scribers and piaiu wilt have
oeaee atob missingone issue.

SA lew atserprise,
0. V. MrRici opened hia gu*er T
atore is ala new J1eAkmitE btiodia,
West Union. a c^^5Forday, awdateo#.
lag the day aressore uia crowded. 4kIe
proprietor e bjoyt.ag ln trade. lie
has an rq'inumace.in t his seeio
which i bouad so prove proitable to
him. Hi stock is fresh, eoles* sa

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fwnlO,.e1. and re,-Fte theabea.tofr
DWoth. I
stTrl@e is a new- and mone r rewtMle4 if It aW t. rem.e'
-reckles-. Pimue ver sveT tWy sehead. Bought 1a Ct Lo"t. %om S
Tran. Deooatoroa. a 1sa Ir p .I n r
Os'hriatvca*ed4n iday-tae worst in Ci"m'mi n -*4 C-
After beie aeferts'rerem".ve4 te sf.a vtl. U:nit.
be-Wot. clear,. beal.tb and beauttitf ir I.,
eentm at drag tores or be rmalL Twoasd" of(.
ladies te Uifv to thnwri t4 f -atioola.
-WfodbUrn. KF.. JamnX. "
NatioMaIl Toiiet Co.Pis. rTenn.: : ;
GentleUen:' { have tried ilot eve- k-r'4
of-cream, but have e ver found *.vtyUtr 1ag ',
t eo to c.ear .i .eau.ty he 1mou ;a-; I -
eer w Ad -it indeed do*i everytbifN It
cauBs to di. 1 feie Ult now. afier mo mt,
thas I cann" do wiwout t -
NATIONAL TILET C -, Pris Ten.. i..
So in Sid i Galnevlle by I :- -- i--,:
J. S. Bod-ord & c0 TI.E AILY UI|llba

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SBecause the goods offered here tbe .t. th
S styk strictly upto64te andm &tt.h
on go s for presien a.nd itum d.
ate needs nevr-lower

$ For the C6oI Wek.-

$ Be.sinninr. Jiy 4th, some of the ,
Values in WaIh Fanradv4o- Wr -Gj-u.
Sments, Millinery, Et, c ever pbetl on '. wil"
be offered aL ,The Big Ste" for the e-- g
week. It will be buying July o toer
price. If you f otail to ta adftMage- ofisu--
offers you are doing yourself and .yor p ._s.
Ilok an injustice.

With one of the largest and m ns vreied es of Treanl I
Bags ever brongit to Gainesville. we can TOP b ei y f ay < 1
are going away.

sG W. HYE-
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