Gainesville daily sun


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Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
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Daily sun
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H.H. McCreary
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Gainesville Fla
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daily (except saturday)[ -1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )


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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University of Florida
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Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
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Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
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Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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a i I 1UT1%,II.V 0 TAAGEDY IN G. A. ft. HALL, i
HE SO-ID KEYNOT 1-1114 e.iitnt I,( twititi'i !. anti One Veteran Thrusts Bayonet Into
_________infit ; et l4"I A '. alto dl- "."a. Another 2 -'p~l

Secretary 7:13 welds Porlics i#2e~n IN- l..iti-'iito of Ptichentr- Outburst Overspeads the Greater cb'.w" I.. M A 1.i.A. 1 lot -14 Gnawg 6Mos la Cedm
ofPeien o Lfit)uio as'ciniti5talf s to hoo.e Which 0. A. R. t'rt li. .1 Lt':Il by i
ofhMdn 1m et. a.. sirt'd'i taken Place.' ofr myii). vironer onl 1.4, :ii .of nilasar. ja.M Jko k
a *~~ i@ t III i ai Vtscu d ht- Lun
121c.1., %%:::I e~a:a' It- lii. ja a
Thousand Wokman Rre Rushing tto I frrir jollis; t:)od i t a nila'I
Secretary of War Is Heart and Io.I Work at Macorn. Ga. jThirty An'arch'ists Make Attack Upon 114. of tho %Il '.41114. Executive Soelloe Interview w" th
Main'u. 4.,11 Amz)T i'i:1iTe flight f~ o.o e4 a qll;4rr.Ihi won
With the President In His Support the hSIJps(i 'i. Cu~iral 'I.! ta Carriage in Which Were Cardinal the prewn't itilatl;Ir ifdl ie~ f rmier Southern RaillwSY*5 Ce.'-smett
ef Mesure, Advocated by the Lat- ~lIla 4jc .cei., ,. Marry del Val and Monsigneor Ken- J~it~~rt A.ames ~~~t Lead to Pamee .twee ase am
ter. &lift 'At !Ii a It-A *A 4 4 t u nedy. po- No 121 Sld colo to w It- Ot Reted.
I ('J~N~i neses. the enity between the two
VIJIUDIIUI'5, )niu, Aj. ~1 .''SC'CIC ~ ii s~f Ii., Ang. *i .-Tbo wa'.t of An* vetv:is ivat brought aSINut over C ~ YrAg I-A u
tar) t of WarF W'ihAjiUi Ii. '1a.1 .. I~ .a~i.: fit. '1 4'( i.'.' i, nj is lIiciltaaiing In 1jti.p. diraj'roilernt ias to the duties ef Pat- ove toward Iuewe between the N
wreJ 6,e Porn ,i.e''5'itjisi M~I'. a I t,,,' lIl.ote of LAI,. vjl* ten in nrr:.ning for the pair' ofcn of '4orth Cerolisie aad the, o~
(aulo* lit.. I, M4u, e:ijt 1. lit ;ILA U,4161 o t'::~ ~ ~ ~ r ii i-v I? t (.1 jII.1 J i. tioi s. city thurium #.tlitr ossioii1 ast the annual picnic of 'tke railway has best m d
which' to as'.Zal-Prt 1 6t.t4tII5 lis pIa lll~ In.'..' of A(' h 11, .Z.6A 4) Cz~...i ardinal Merr) del pootl. to) be huld in a few days. Governor Glem, of Noft C4
of Lit pibtlii" La- ('a runi!il fur tat.14 .vi Nea::ii .~~isgi~ linei3 Adjutant C. 10". onnem 411 has. just previoulls to hi. o@

Thie rl4ci at; A$ ar'. I)a Is d fol'Jii1' rvuu tit as. .i.. z~ ~~ inrt~ l Mi~ali iano11 in a ct'Lrragl8 41u10st5. tei'tifled that Patten satee p. Thom. the seea caused 01 4of tLt' lwNJ1v 1441':f fl 'ti 1'" it-e war), is. reiadi ct I; % ~ I. et iiil:ba.At"i LMiofhehlasu'h'cleoftO edng oter riwy tesre
'vel?, which Ste'-rar- Taft 1xls!.'t:ia 1"isgg' 44!'i. .*ad,~,. f with a mtile~ advanced toward which he madei @00Sm gg
if s.le'iie'd, to (L4.ry furwali.. Il iIi od hk ('4 s'*r;Jl "I lo a 1A iI :: VU1itAl IAIl&; live CaPtain Waes unndly abusing the wbk& be beffew may Iea So
irtsing his ro.'2ait Ci~lze nOf I Ihl(I ob*It ral S its' 't' Iaajafl a ih I.. j'. 2'* IeBEVn in"comnand-r. Hot words between the osebao the asaferen"e
an he rtlothias fie shii'ofYvt:h t' ,;' 0'' t~ '. Tb' narcvis* w.'re lkrniciq witb two voteransi followed and Pattien at- ln
ocoui the rea.! ls'n ofthat lie w. a iM o 15Lt. ,r ;Yit I .' a i- ntle" ui cit'el"'. They tivrroundst d tepe obrk aes l.~"My Imleryliew Ikb Mr. ThemI
feat anti ma51 ll a Itwe j'rVe'.Iit Ili,.4,fn :~ U .t II!.A'., tbt h ar4-a' uia-;sPitP a htr'Og guardi 113fldE' evaiie'd thp blow. hut the IS te lnter"n of good will a"% lmi support bitl the nirasaire~i abach aras reI.iL?4 thaNt ti!~ ite iwIt,' f9, r of do'te rtives &nal cart.'i-wo-rs'. onuw, stick wan broken when it struck amoDy and to savel the emn, "W have come to lie knotoi S, the "Mms- bsoth ios'aWitive ai I car. ith: araral-,t isourix a club at the car- chair. Several romradeis interfered, enmulatlnge In the bliag qgd bteI~ti'ae' '.1 1 t~iiti' h~s eIju'i hi'lt d. butt a gietie. qutiickly Pattona returated again In a thMsetemoo muiltto this city. I me "Pe b eeure inivo fle 11il a.;1c~t O i ne'ps~ ree'ied te nloeUIhi -a manr, the witness said, and "guesos to Mr. Thelm, the
4'snup4. aml 1 1.4 pill 11'z:4' 1.. ;?.Is I~llI ch''.o anot ia i ijuj~vroub!) junjiar d. after more It words had bom 011 which was Idwt to oft Mhe
fl~o~ii Le MW ,s f 1 lift .j'i it. ,t lr.. ilI,% A) ; T' liti Mi.e w12.'f ,.Jfiorwac1. serao- I canged and ties ha" again SMr" etsumy u"Ill the igwe to pa I piraa. 'i I i! ct'e I,.Ili 1. e- '!' ,'.ild: -1-:o- vo r'd uAlthl .4 e't iiabed the h kem Mtch, Captain We- f1 t.raltd ftlItiII 4114
oats(,ii t~L~ 'it.oI .aiol )r,, :i lc1is;.-~ it %: II be for w~e to ters irralredpnold army musket from aod, the other f*om the st will be elzi!) ezi'4.W' si. N. a: ly 1 1is! lsa'.e II-. %,Ati..U." the wull and pointing the bayonet at gir. appeld, gotht h number aire aireal) it tli orrer:t:T''li' II% antlelootrisism ~ias Patten. braced himself, as hes'ei 46 ear of this Umitud ft"~m
dutescouie'icdsubihere'tasu 't Ot Ij~i .ai i l). It blows, de- years' ago ws'n Direting charges of go the juuladletlein 49 ahst the buldinags. Wns i n entrplt'e'si I spite t- iii;iir:is'd relations between 41f111r11141ad1rid: "tt i thast ene ti o*w
the factory chimney vill lower above the' vat~.i .l;' tik quirinal. that coe' pauty would duWp WW
tile city more than 175 fteet, anti ex- there Is Ftill a large section oftemy~n t ansaershd~e~. u
loolrts are already engaged fo'r the'l oaaa''ulai ae taltecs~sanc ihtesikade. h atI'~
a io I eaful construction oif this portioi f time'a to attnic thle church. Thet Waters thri'st the bayonet thne tr to ive t~eplnt Al dtalsofthebuinssPIeii40 sor t!:.5 *umme'r have favored in1chols olnts. his abdornen. "r "ant connected with the acquiring of sisuip the autilrir'alb. whcrefqre. aftra Ptnddsoralethtbws la a
site an4 yards hare poracticailly been' loang period of traniquilify. during Iniurred wih he was on the atreet; Oma mt ww wiiaol omo coiiplte i. anti the transfer of morm wviicti the churs'n andi the govern- tlen a.a~ collapimeil. dying later. * appemi to 4o Podsoe thsn *i~t~a isibofladss o ni ma aewensr' another to Waters Is now In jail at Hilleborto miandeo themp
Central last week in the vicinity by 011io'lad h saii le e u'- h onysa fJlesmcut.~ Nt
the Empire lAnd ('e'mpamist fSao Ing the churches iind assaulting the Ad ft walk he damp,
vnnnah, Ga.. c'omit led the land prelates. Fortunately parliament Is THE PANAMA CANAL. Mr. ibm AN go
traw-actiosuil nfc('.brary for the yards. not in session now, else an usfore- ta" be WON"d 101111111
Reid Unveils Tablet. 21 1 peculiarly~ stsceptuose to suden~ ob- coago .way 69sa N o l we I
SECRETAlRY OF WAR TAFT. theanbryE'nland, Aut Sal-in lsb uryi sager. Washolngom. ID. C.. Aug. 21.- The agottem %"Wo
theaientr) Eandatflillibr The unfortunate situation Is still Coundiltlos on the Panama tamal have CaroulimmS tieefe Old 'W
sievelt polielo-si." While insititng that sat hedral Monday. Ambassador White furtaier complicated at this time bY rtacetd a Ote of gravity, due to van M"t huublmmle. ahese rileasr-tros had alrs'ad) b.en pro law Reid unveiled a bandienme marijie the issuance, from tite vaticas of a tie fact that constractios work Is de-ductive o~f tatti('h good to the country,.omncto hc odsiii o#1pagno hnwsoaigpaib
bie juslinhesi1 wsit how exibotiisg statutt's tablet In nitoomnry of thote killed In cromunicaionp wch tris iem d Ito f edw arter etihaat"fo w e edlm TuO NNOW 0*g. could be ~v:'sI'sin order to further the terry ible accident a year ago, rueR''05car~a. I f'*jwe h siae o xed.~s-recttileus nd mke hem orewhen, by tile' wrecking of the Aae'ri- firms that @fiber Catholics or sno- turn during tile Iecaj year 10" wag i e 111 w
liiifc ii l nimaete oecan line. boat train. 2%s persons, most- Catholics who have Interpreted C50 made nearly a yew ago am
Tef iloin I anotlneo.~ ly AnterloranA., lost their lives. The general policy of the pope toward tin The estimate Us mab that shet *sA
Thefolowig I anoutineOf ceremonies, the imp'eslvt'iies of Italian government as Implying that P,ow.WO in elXue of the apprps ado a erma to1111 80M; vie%& exzprosbud by Mlr. Taft. which was emphatilzeel by the presence1 he is In accord with or has any e-attionis could he wsed to "aintags ft eeuod 0sa iswe
"1~~~~~~~~~~~~ thn the _mrneto n :tewiosadcide fte hln.- in any _abine or poiia par -s~a .b u the wo- duit as. am %m iis

ANCA49411 04AVV9ft1%G&
Weps" N~ of Pwsoo%&.*
71110 TvWM1*v swrv ONMY MuMY
Ar-torr ASCUA :' -4-v-..- F--Tr-J4
left t1" !,x S
whw" bw !.Lf i5 one c.,, wornan's wc-.sst afflictions. It dviws leava
MM V.' FUVX_1.4:* &I.A A.
L*%la Ea"om I irs s, -e to shorten youT life and rr.-da
TU it J anwovow a to+.-t- tt-ir r.- r.-z
I. .- f To stcp pain take %%";ne of Can-.1,ta and
0 LW Waido-L Las vs.- *,. I..t
W9 buMog a biiiiiic
bum,* dia :.*slth t.16.t r
I S-je:- to rdie -e y-nr miserv e;uiate your funsoar YM Amad am ma b"s VA4. L,- b, r Cta" 11
ow OW -e!l, t-eautiful anJ st.. o. 6e of ''Win tw tosed-c-sisi W L.-_ I V, "g. It is
Woo to ON04 Ago maft- e ym a re, Mr wA Km

to I for "Irnwing dov6m pains, backache, heaj..
&won" 40 sweam lami*d :r-sitortay zrA a.:,,. &z--t- ,f
:Mrs S" !a" 6 psrocta. W!, Mn
Husa Mr No-sijmd a..; Trj_; azhe, nervousness, iv.riubwtysleeplessness, dizziness,
day for L*01tv. C-,. arv!:;. Zt 0!: 6
ii*l p am ftr 1 fa ntirq spells and similar troubles. A safe and e f*:*ent
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210 Me I om n left m M AU jr I. 4r 3 a: med,cire for all women's pains and sickness.
a Oka" tolm 46
bdm ym buy. Al I Mrs. J. L Broadhead of Clanton, Ala. writes; I have
as 211111 Mrs. Loarea ag Lamwi wbo i
IS9 ber sm L&A r.Z=+r-A&. fr-t-_ it used CardW for my dissesse, which was one pec, to
lima Md duipe I for bo.? boch# 04U.T".., to
J A Braidsha v z -. 3 women, and it has completely cured me."
W K DOOR& BLJNW elsm Mo-at markA 121 Arr L-r ,c Fri.
day bombing I AT A&L MW Eff SIAC
J- A. (bamblin azd Miss ."j*,
sadth ldrKove *Ver to Mmanopy M!
91116a suppin 98afty an4 spmt- a ;Ieajbaz: Uir at.
Moo &Wth 11 bow WINE
Mrs. U&44m axW taby r*t!irntd a" "" I"
after a few wt*k* v to oft* am" bofte W_ a y At'verv root
to Potats in the Carazas; Aeft ;0.. OF
IIIAIII Ab -AW nu m1parn can Mm X_ W Depass and eh;12r*-.'hatt f"um@4 brAze &.ft#r a koeg vUtt
DPW 100 00 CAMt PM tO ber larmts 10 Wwpbis Tezz.
ft* 'Go S. MERCHANT& C0119
bow ;a IgIIIg VM* MIS Jofton to
A i ft lift
, III 610110hur lot U401d Fevvn AAft to tft
0116 IS ofte" of woneft ;
do.. 160019 v4do qp be w" w8wstY 111 097 WdS 6"P.- but 01 a w Girm enes
low wab 8 poved h" law rM essmat be boasufts if you have,
nowne" bft ----A
06 me dw" Md and Own dissaft or WA comlowz1ou- &GIL ftrft Wd ad F
1W sumpow" ftemck's LA"W Suipbur qukkiy SUCTH t!IDZ SQVAR& I
son% dw me Otter. *arm ampaoss. 14,06" =Wt" PKW paid to chiaboas. top awasbor PrvAaev.
bbleb". and as dda di"ameL AV.
2"Wa"W** Phyld' Or HancoeWs LJqaW BuIpbur O'nt'; A rAmPim 4440h Of AM COM, OM. FbOar. Sms. Seel. Camp do-d NeW t to the ftee just as v go to j am a We IWQ do r"T am "a" $I sbe Wv
me vauk, nd a bed aud It wo soon giv* you a 11 Wean
do I ON WaGeth. TtIvow own.
4" 9111111111 be bow Md wbm be h" Tshft 12WESOY. HaneoCk's UquW 11 MHzR s. JORDAN. W. W. HAMPTON.
o"" '0r'M1W* 9"'aaly yowa* NW~ Purdw the bkod, and clean
OW anit WK of aaiia wo 00 we
Is bn water N"ft the ho"t of Sul.
-Wow no vft hift Was fters ow baths. An &Uggisto "I,
adbandn ol Idoweb: dVw mov w es%*w Boaus, nw f ym
oft III ChAIL 0 an IN Daft: Owe ot
Siam IWPbW ce, 1wts-1 INSURANCE
Of W Dr. W. W. LA&M of orhodo. M. I M amp% Ow ftft at evenwe into I& wbo v" ew ows: -it is t" aboat POWM 111 OCK GAINESVILLL FLORIDA
asews sims to my: jx6W I W me -004" f I 1001DOO for Fxnam I havo dam" dew. frar k3awa."
amw IN s W" wasw Fire, Life and ACCident 189"O'dooss" wO
,.man* No V1111v 111we am Ifty-ftar
bvb& pefteaft1w "M.SOC. I
6 gob" dead wift =4 vasaw. re. Melrose. August :1 -X ra. D. Under. i
1" OW" 10 10 amp"c"d 'a bw XrW wood children of High Springs:0
4d Ab moo ow so Iiiiiiiaa a oiria so hor Iwd WA are visiting at Mm M. GoodwD*s.
a" ftw d go ""W ---I- A
on boa so 6W NO& Mrs. G. W. RoberU and two child-10 If You Are Imfed.,
111111111 "A WV drab al &=& wO road res at Taimpa came yesterday to a
SPe" awbNe with her mother. Mrs.: Is 6 COW"I QM 0 "Por-sibit, Have a Policy Co"ogtly
",ss a" M. IL KaUhL 10 Wri"on S ift Libonbsy of policy Coasrset and tbo Comps&j
41 ""W IMW'as VM 9* 00 Kim FUUI* Misello Is expe"ed! % ftys LA*m Pran*U1 0
1"ft N 03 1* la*ss W10 I this week far a brif % Isit 'With friends'jj I a *

_______THE DAILY sItI:* &f3 Vtrdruivi ftrri. AUGT Ile IM


STUMPl cmiN leeMuetf ail Accepted Reep"1111lsible4 Position on
A AS HIGrue~e Wf Nlley stdH Faculty of Military College.
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Couotralctor Hodgson Piul's Up C A. l'ii a'
-u r~sW~ -1iA -'~. YIr Infints am h bm

T H E W O RK IS DON E Q U ICK LY it if, 1111 4' 1 Iter.. IgIi% ~ ,.lem .. e l ii~
From Three to Five Minutes Only Re. t ,~ flit, t ..:i:I~Id"i .t
qwIrd to Uproot the Monsters of Mr .1 -rclai It !t Tue i tor tit,
thte Forest-Eftitive Work of Cleart.9r ~~' %iit w~-ahit.ige'a. lltltlmwire afit other PrpIi~~-1
ing a Public Right-of-Way. Wht To 110. littna. :Irto which fie will re-turik to
The Sun representative, togt-ther 0 x ft I i ~ rd. he~re lie' will a% 'rii.e thtit
with County Commissioner C. C. ped 'S *.t. chaiir f1 (;reek andl ;.riiu iii the
rick and Photographer Jamies F. f.9.-t.:vi ~ a': i! i iii i1atio)t.
With. visited the scene of rosid4build. 1 0-l s ,,. .n r. M rhati w tr on
11111 east of the city, on Ow Pririe elf C:v if: IliII .111111 hi -11~it tt hsI
Creek road, W~ednesday morning,1 r. 712 I' '. r t nation is indeed all honor of w hich o
when Contractor Thomas L Hodgson 1 .t.,~ p .. i~ liiaii~ef. hiIs imirents and his friends OT)AUC OTIC.
demonstrated how easily and quickly may~ ~ ~ ~~ fes-I toroud. It goes without sayright-of-way could he cleared of It -In4.V g~' C ;,*lg that lit- will fill the position with
stamps and trites by the aid of his Irn2esiI'.irmti'r tite lnj:t. 1,1i .; I v'inilient satisfaction., both to hitintJf stump-puller, which has been work. Itw tetratrdiltiarytti-t-t of S~wansi-polt 111)(I the faulty. Ig on the right-of-way for the past I .WI 1 t.i .t1 i ________few days. f.ri- loiiru "uv of' Ili ii-, i. -HAG A GOOD JOB.
Mer. Hodgson. who is using a Mon -la i i..c t)~it:
Arch puller. declares he can pull any I .1,t. W lift.-lt~ .i.'alll-' i.... (L's W. Peandarvis Has Accepted Manstump or tree in Florida, and, Judging 1 *' 11;I 1l&13~flI'I' agement. of Thomsille Office.
from what was seen on the ocaio 0pl -I W. i'enudar'.is. for the least year
of this visit, we believe he is right. one1 ofte 'iintorarsl he
As a demonstration of how easy the' 'V loa ofie fte etrnUin*e
problem was, Mr. Hodgson booked his LK. .. oal Cofpny thas eered haisonTl- For IV
cable around an oak tree about twen.j I ,!i% Ici we-niof it-tit-wp. rf~ii h#,* foruay hes purlted oif enows'I d
ty-two inches in d iameter, and, w ith i-i i 'uae. I .;. 1, i~t I I. :- iiiia 111 k ot, aud ce'ltiig a iiositleol its nlitlager of the I[Iiiity the aid of two mules, which furnished Lie altdiftb.%, JItigilttilton, N. Y. Thomasv ille officee of that company. N Vjgn Thirty Ys
the power, be uprooted the tree and Iand himself and wife have gout to the;
Pulled it out of the way in less than I NO BASEBALL TODAY. 'Georgia city, where lie will at-fillme'
five minutes. b is iluties at once.
31r. Hodgson in working a few hun- S5L Augustine0 Team Wire That It Mr. 'itMarvi,. has pirovena himself
dred yards ahead of the road gang. Is Impossible to Comes. not only a competent operator, butC anf OF, w Vo wARAn..
clearing the rigth-of-way of all stumps IThere was considerable disappoint, obliging gentleman ate well, and he and tree.m. He Is making a broad, elea: ment among the baseball enthusiasts will be missed prreatly by tile joatl0ns opening, and the road, when coniPlet.. Wednesday, the occasion being a naes*. of the office here. ed. will be entirely clear of any ob- sage from the St. Auagustine baseball'-.
stacles. team expressing regrets, but stating Fletcher Cromwell Improving.-The road gang, under the super-is- that It would be.- liio43siblc for therci Fletcher Cromwell. who, with his Ion of J. R. Emerson, is also doing, to come to Gainesville at this time. mother, left here a few weeks ago: sonme fine work. The gang is now This team was scheduled to play bor the muountainus of Nrth Carolina,
,withlin a short distance of Prairie two games with the Oak Halls here, for the benefit of as health. Is improv- I)O77IY.
Creek bridge, and, under fair condi- today and tomorrow, and the local Ing. which will be gratifying Informaltions. should reach that point in a fans had anticipated the events with tion to his friends here.t few days. a great deal of enthusiasm. An effort M.Cowl n ohraelv
The material 1" 1-'loyied on this rewi't will be made to secure a game with lug Croamtel wian aotfe miles of im clay and lwi which makes a,.laeksonville within the next tmo or Asheville. This method was suggestvery hard and ('it jt' rfa-o thi-ee days. ed by the physicians attending the a~ di Calf i to
As a whole. Mr. ii.-A 'e nIs d..riian- on al i re hth i e
trating the fact that he knts aui Ol adakmoe t al is orer theft he abightety
thing or two about road-building, and OlBadakGn.a l iestebnfto boueyDtWg COcCla1 has ti
with flodlgon to clear the way and IThe small building betwoetif the lure air, which has prloved a great hm are -,umAL-4h
lmro t olw.teconyDtton Blank and the Villited Stattier benefit to him, b~t~l right., WIN" y
Enleson o folow thecouny lia land office, which has biten a familiar IsIa~ m~~~
tesmfro whch t scties ood set eight for a quarter of a century or Death of Joseph Mciwen.

Mr. Smith ecured several views (if I~ a d whc bi. btu fr naiy Joseph Mefcwen. sixty-five years of h d ils i
the stunili-luller and Its work. vstuecuier. by .Shafer.en wa t me jage. died at his home in Lochbonse i ori~q antIll.
stoneutter hsge*wytmoeSurday. and was hurled Sunday af- I ., w law W'4isf
modern Ideas, as the building has bewi ern t Illieesd was a native of Le -e vo .
Dont Grumble torn down. pre-paratory to the enlarg- SuhCrlnbthdbe li
When your Joints achbe and you sut., ing of the D~utton Bank building. Sout aofloia. for ad bea citwite'r from rheumatism. Biuy a bottle t is understood that the stein. lear!l. a Confederate veteran, and rendered of 11allard's Snow Liniment and get ng to the second floor will be tran., good and faithful service. insttant relief. A positive cures for1 Itrred to the ot-ollde of the butilding. 1krae lit survived by a widow m E aum
rheumatism, burns, cuts contracted Ithe Fspace on the interior beillg used and flight children. to whom the sym- $PI A@ VS 0S0
muscles, sore chest etc. Mr. 1. TF. Ito enlarge the fteititles, of the hank lityo h omniyifxedd Bmrg. a Promninent merchant at W/il- pah ftecmunt'o xedd
low Point. Texas. says that he finds NwGievleDrcoy ~s~.P i a i
around Iliniment be e',or sd. Sold Jesse E. Burt, publisher otf tilt Plump ebes ~t with the sort
bFV.ILi~m5S.--- aintinville D~irectory. Is now sorklig Iglow of health amid a po aomple%,o". wbo do a 3,h 906m, ~
onth eition for 1907-8, but, owing iMake all women beentitl. Tak aito the geat aonofwronts llds of ebieat&eM ~ 97f~LI ~vq ~u~u

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now Ida IL zMe, gmwy amw 1
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so snob a mom we mmunp "WO FRANK C. BOYLSTO N

Wa only a tired livur. or a ttarved Report of a Marriage In Colored So.:U E
liver. Ita would In- a idea;. d it oi aq ciety in that Town.
BALPE TO SAVANNAH! savr thinic ti I. it a %e Mry or stariz,44 1r -rii ;,airnsille Stil. S90 R H 1EU IM t.MI N 1
~In t Ow i iii ..' rt. tr.,.ii li%. r it 1-4 Ct uri~llt. Fla Aiigtl!s. Th4 11 t I~ laue 'If Rhe~tW~l; ai; a% -l ir Rr1ai4 condition of the blood, broUg
a ~' i .A["3'm4'1. ~etiIt ~-r j~*~ iarrive gie' il at or aaaid Iiir 11 at'E"llt ~ it'd ;itaion and the accuttlulatjols in
Said to Be Extra Fine Quality of' drsai driig'. *A tebril.1l liv-r'iis bill atii W\alk.r hfiitel )Sund fill,% ti llu S. Ut -1.fIIrV .I ~.i it I inii itive organs have fauled
Florida 1ung Staple. I14 u a ~ !;i'dT *1.( t.1e'I rtdo, v ; niia, uary .Iaii \\ ilk4,r r wi Ve %t ~i ii nt.1 %Id rs, generati wig
btmI v m htowe tr--am w4are' %% iry i~ ih I)%ir th fr t
w r'k Start u it h It t ,14t h ;ci ;&llI.thi s I is ii ir Walter I iro it 'i .At s Itr:1~ i lit d I i s '. 1 1 1tl4to all parts at th& WAS SH IPPED BY J. C. HAIL E Orig~l- (If 4i L",-t;1a ittnid tmj,:t tr aErt littanIis I apti., tt (F. lt : Ih urnIl Mt~ue a also bl e bogs
_________the m Ito '.rliiaug ortlar anid Iwo~ ho reina lo-Riziiiia the Blride was Drvr'.-td il'. a Pit .i ita-ttsiat '1iti- vlilty lt ts ci.l. Tbm,%us ahe allbdis.
quiiaiIy yuiar liter %.: I'itamt noativ'q. fit Iliik milk shlookked a..4 a I.i% 'rit theL di, se are otlv isyfliptorn i '%ivh YOU Way Statter or relieve with Ht. To W W G ordon 4 Co., W eighing 363 D r. kiervqt... (ld enu 3 1iscNiA Vt ir tioti 4co i i O t II. C t' n ~ t. j~ etr s e tv~ t i ~ e e i h o i t Ad Psi h o f
PoudsWasDr an Gneall1 a~ adfilalY i~t'1aiie'iiettf i f Caniievillh taken a aeth t, pijrt Ill as~such P t'itit. is, IAte('f or tiitge is any ex;iiire to cold ord f gnmiialt -~ Itai w sealerfri (itt:ral of tie dAm uSC
Superior to the Usual Bale Recelv- orgwa' sof d:*thtittit naatr.:imi. It re- 'thet minrriaat t a irriagi' %:iAt aciiiita., after an .&I-c of inali estatn o~r constipation. tile wnlerin g pains, sam ed at That Point. s topTs the oumrjal aci iity~o ti! u toniach. pllany ii morte thaniit hundred~ ..tiule UtlusCt2h4 Ili I j-dits, and teivk'r placcs on the lie.h return. at4 tUe sufferM
I Icreasme the' ,eervitiuul'O the Iw. 'ad asak. aI r Chaarle-4 .\ekmn I1atrtwlnek.t'it. silndk that lie hats merely irhexked the syrnptotas while the real can"e 01 t&W AlacliAa comtity fit gt-nvral. andt lng glands. eleawies the itystemn from pul I Int.codd~rlufi-(u(~eT~i.~l ntebod Ie atwmm can nievver be elred whileth
Galnes% ilk* Ili piarticulatr. hits again sontous accunmulaions. and so rel lov"e cooe Ito thbrwel:~tdjf e isceu remains snatrhed w thetting anprdcm mcai
coDme to the front ilk the niatter of Iliver of the burdens imposed upon Ii b ur i'v rs t'dth tittI S. .crehuajtabdiighcueuo i blowd. ;I~
furnishing the first4- alt Sea 6. Umth defecilito of other organs. ttll. There tiettr was known to lit, q. -iS. cuens themts blyo adringt the cruseaotlr byUCWlIlgt
Wild cotttutdtitl~tbUOfi it) thee Savanta nliit ('mpvIlle than it wats sci'ls and expelling alt ftireign muattier frM thlesytm. .SMl
landin cPttW tr thee tavaaiain sukt ~.ndrtv at the home of mir tad mrs aoil illvigorates the bloodti so that instead of& Vk. "oW str, a. gad
asel theL folioslc tig Wrr Walker'wd Ithl ra was Just Elegant chIriigactid and coimasive matter in the muscles,
,rimew lots %ill sw:hlwa. ird .ts.w H lkr tctwutngJolats ab
beadaCbe% pain rdi" oea lfbsl e'ver~lwdy liv.Jyei themselves to tit#- fiit'-4. thet bt).41 V is;sothed and nourished by rich, hafth-oemasllghl.
land cottona fur tile season of itsip7 pu.'heas a j I N~l fros e''..~ ~rsh(
reached.N -~iaah Meuaday maornintg ofWek wtoess mu:s~ thn' hUi f(oor )0i just what !, ii.. iej in ever' case of Rheumatism. 9o0Ae
consigntd to Mesit.rn %, W. (oorder t w a Val" "so Bigamym MiMA ita l edical adt itvt free. TZE swiIt siWI aO. in xcc AnT
C'omplany. anid wax allippjwd by J. C. -111MCharg~e of Bitgn M.1:ry--------__at .tg 211. ____n
urday. a pan o ad flu e oir n at teesM. ite oit -.,i TMir uII .m isI .
Th ble acodigtoriuoti fomklSUomin a"d wee" alarh Avoid all ir:' vt!, '2. ln. o tn a chiarce- tat
Sav ah. waccrdn uf un u l goo d quarom bo b e" sold bhcui I ddle0N cakes and bli:a-. lit, i,arr~ted %fi.. Matti TM -" f "M Wl
Savnna, wit f uusall god qal-oleis IdlIigbetOwd and taketbse 0lden ftiihi ii: I. -;,%i three iiekA ain
ity of long stitple, aull ali c.1iasted asq *.diciallDiiNcvefy0tgulalY a"dstick soIts anti .itet v: ci- A. he rt~m t al in TabUWU~ Sw ftU 5 Shd
extra fine k~ast F~lorida. it weighed wo stil SON 810 119 Rd str5um~': ~~ n'ee ~'*ato
The wDlconvirT to uossiit. mos-alc- wafltn i\r.ellOeoasf
363 pounds. was dry andi generally bufi 'lc etract ofatie v'iedi- iUae ui : ; in's~ai~ r Uti,.Ormlekb 6 Wa a
superior to the usual bales. reaceiv-ed oaf roots wis a full IM of its ingemue'nts -p -v wP Ig --qrAG s,@
at that point. ptdam eas b heee-mrppell a" attestedNer 'osSwi.
nder oatI. Its inigmedlests are endilrsedNerShos hrif
"What was thought would be the and extolled by the msluantneat uxeeA'eatl C1M,4 ti: \ V. i-if tt P%. X& 80 WEST' BAIN WIUS SAUE
firts bale or FlorIda, &-a Island to witer of the as and are nis'eumniie to e ~a.s .'.-bale wuld b dispsed ofin frnt ofcums the diemsic for wshah It Is adviustI. A T E~Y cu
reach Savanniah this twason, was dro Don't a&wept a substitute of sinknown Wiiis...i I5&t ) ijA
Savannah were to the effect that the 09 aio WUins0090IL~ skip a ee'-.arnd ihot the 2,her*
bale woul be dispsed of Infront ofIf witi '. t..iht I Ii. T1'ere are fB T A & RL Y C
the cotton exchange yesterday, at sue- TIE NEKWS FROM @ELL, faint hwpe'4 of 1.4b riC Pytit' rtcovermC

*"The bale was sold for the benefit First Cotton Sold to J. A. Ward at Head Torn from His Body. E .V T 1 9
of te Clumba Cllee atLak Cit. God ri~aOtbf ~Ocnn') F; 2',:: WIP.. Aug. 21.-r. Absalie 61 T1ISII f" .1b~i~
of he olubiaColegeat akeCit. God i OterNOW Schiller. the son of Gottfried Schil- o"atj Our =@@we bm Used ism v
The bale was sent to Savannah to Dell, August 21.-A considerable rafuiwilledgahrsls Uinbi 6
the belief that It would bring a bet. storm from the West passedd through to water was dragged by the* aima ter, price than had At beens sold in our midst, doing acme damage to for many rods. The chain whica m~
Florida. This bale was grown by J. fences, trees and cotton. bed tke horsee wouand round the* ~
R. Williams of Alachua and wast shi- Mr. Garrett Sanders soid the fitat 'head anif tcre it from the body. ~ ao~i.u ua
pd to Gleorge F. Armstrong. of the hundred pounds of cotton here this via-0111".11M L TKl
Mutual Mining Company of Savannah. week. After a few interesting bids CS"
"Just what price the bale of Sea oy our leading merchants, J. A. Ward
Islandt brought In Savannahl yesterday purchased at his premium price, 7% u GA Umw l.R2@
afternoon could not be ascertained, cents. h mal mg iI
but It Is generally believed that it Our merchants say Mr. Ward will %b W To "m h#j" 60A I*WW
brought a good price. ast the proceedst hate to 'get there Eli" If he buys all -~ ~ ~ IU III L
went to the new college at Lake City. the cotton. This means strong comn- Dm hh b
"The first two bales were received petition and fair prices for cotton. 60e a
in Savannah last year on August IN. The fields are bhowiug up well with _______Uhivefeity of the No of ftu. Pe
mwe from Georgia and one front F'lorI- the fleecy lock.
da. the Gergia bale being consluguted Jones Bryant left last week for BoaringeHsus AINUVILLS, PLAI ? Aks
to W. W. Gordon & Co. In 1941o the Jamtestown and will take In Blaltimore A hllliggrefds simet-sai t A.
first bale was from Florida and reach- and other commercial cities. replen-Fu la orS e 5Sm ,osggLtrrp.6
ed Savannah an August S. The ifirt lathing his now well equipped general Furnur For Sa e "nstinll owe-eIon Apmtmedy "I I
vlous year the first bale was from store. I want to retir tra the beardis- a" 0U oWse.WI
Georgia and came on August 11" Mrs. Lines, Sheffield has been visit house business, and will sel all my UVOft f5Rlly wwWSOIpP
lng her daughter. Mrs. Maxie Scofield. furniture. sufficent to furnish sevl-oli:118 -s N1
Sea Island Cotton Market. 111ro. Slcofield will siiend a few week; tlln room at&II a Oagan poroo**erem mp~lhmada
Savannah. Ga.. August 21.-The with her mother at Juduorn her old tv roms at bus s. Noave o go;i elpim hlhvb a"~ do&
locial spot market was dominated home. regaofor slng. Hse goo be Iwojg ~rp s i
steady at the ame prices which have William Thomas and H. Starling reasnte fo la llty. Hamm oetlon be mem 6""ES ~on Pm
prevailed for somse time. and without made a flying vist to Jacksonville on wihtreete locksaley Pof squaes. Ad- o 6ea S exiiwi imy pasted salim So~ small sales of business today. dress. MRSD. M. A. RASTMUN. W Nose adiftus
fully middling and of good middling M. T. Waters returned Saturday W. ORANGE IIITRI',~t OAR"&' ANSNW USAM P m A &
were made during t~je day, the market from Lafayette. where he has been VILLK T

ebww Serves Wrft@6
no&tprM, Ala.. Avg. 32.--DOPFame my vaned BMW namw V. 8.1 DJ18- ALDIL19MAJI *IPEAROE.
26ot vatmewd to at eky st- i
JkM jW bdvft aw"d so So sboriffs and, D 9 5 T 18 18
se vou" soolnuft is thm:
from to-'
eboor"d Oman ad adoloft tbm Emu
110000106 w" &be sperstme of tho olke over Dioft= & Co's. Oft"S16
Leawme and nmavft rauww mr - Pba" 2114. GolmoT180, FUL
to a 6"Utel am wv-: Q4JNEJMLLE. nM DA.
doolgansa dr ON a 00 esms sew on It a471 GRAIJA. BUILDINGO DaVERE B. NORRIW-10
do 41"Pop did so a"" Is "or as tainw- DR
able& 40110 eaffAm I
400 ob" tows" C 0 In Our RENTINC Department DEXTIST....
6104. a do 1111ges8m. 0.. Ang. 2I.-W1,111i" 'We need Two Siz-rom H6vm at once. Need Two
ftml Pg Sway &W bowftg suLbko,
ad ftv rooldeft" "to" moe"Y. so- 1a of Ei#A-rom H6wa kw lot of 46pienber: osev 010? N arrue FT-d *va, Pt oze 79, 3 rtr."
7 a b"llor, was lkam- p6ce yew --h to mmW
two INOPM with W-we area
shor dle mm aWaved md mo&m rem wwo Weirs ROBT. C. ROWEIVS.
mame". IAM b 6468164 at list. We home FOR RENT ow Niw4oon How with wk DRban W. The noe r bwood wwo I dww Mo& of per MM& DENUIST.
We K Wd Atwftd. WM 10086ft of

@@On*W Cftpb Drowned. 021" in Miller Law Ezebange.
Dw 11khm. Ima, Aug. 21--aW BANK NOTICEei J E F F 81 XONS osee Phoc* No. mb; keswelDe"a in
a dark Is 00 cmdew no IL DSAUM 0
enot W40w- smoss k". sod Uft. TMASWARFAMMUT.
bow do Newmd, to be be ww sesv to OEM 01 ounrusm". Temehad"o. I B. ELLIS, JR..
doom be joON", won Wh lb a by WbWvs&1v
4d SO Mo wnftwM it b"s made W W
a "del %be Ftuh Sa vater Fbb ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
mob bodke uw* we. 6% Gal"NO.' I?
odw asom as kwo of
t" boon bur. looth ow !1418 --- I an I"
ft" "a ~ ba ftv do swoop" b by as kLOSM&
do beta"
-fte- Airms
49 4110 SUL wim 1100 be I- I to cow
move oviensew am everaft. ods. W fin" of fte
0.. AM. U.-41M the
W off Aft0RNZT8-AT-1,AW%
$001-11 sowing bin a t" 01"I 0-W-1 01 061600vale. In
210M v lk"Mo at Akms 0-8 of Ahmftos a" Me Soft of Vloso 001NOW000 dW budeeft of 11OLICITOR9 1.4 CkIANCYRA ...
NOW& 1110OW11o tbo dW gris .1111 I P saw ubm a"" v" a OYSTERS
*40, iviles Iftevereft. om moo swip ftr aw" meow of a0lee am
olub.= a. A ft am %boup 1111 rftf Of FOrNiSIMM CAMP"jr): GAINESVILLE. Alsebus, Co.. Ir1j, aftedo"2110 __v A. C. C0100M. GAINESVILLE0 FLORIDA Olke in Hzimane Blork.
11ft aloha" --mMm a law ID MOM baft of 114OWN& 46
mom old. I on now prrpam4 to someavoodow FERDINAND SAYERV
obp trade with th* too% Shp soorket
&fordo is ibis litto ftow IN. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
am v"now grombow swer Dew IMI BMU Slop
X11110110 OV. Aso. ft.--Um. a*. 0 0 FLMIgIrIA.
M U80. d~ at 0". Jft and own" ft"q ftep.
ftmor now"M a a* P A T E N T S 0" sell you. silq pre"rzy, (inle
5 hL__L._AAMM boodft. dkd at Ov MW "Ise #")I V q
is as dt at bjww A 7%oronhly Modem Shop i $T01 and, Iowa lows. bift
Sessirid ft Prebest V671660 you r forsale. .2142&
86 Or Ift Ftldw. as was H
labs" 914111UMM Appmtoo. and
Aw iiien d ov. I J, A. CARLISLE.
01111111119 L46M Toni" 0616 Ilm-61
AI savow will be bow bore. laven"M pros, AWOWNET AT LAW
pba ab de so wow We so" a @boo 0 year pstrionsaw
Aim. 21 .--Tbe and 14WAM 8aak sind Pretugle" Rsftp And Salwitor in Xquity
0 V1100do, som ldmd aWas of 11109 Estate, Cavvelysocielt and Got*
b Von ad I Neadej. fte IL He BU RTIN oral ftnesire. All basieves pmmptjy
vm dftpd 1w J. C. am*. .441ACTMAL CJUMBT M"fflk... s6tooded to. Odlev seat door so Sun
111he bob W" Is of 0". GAIN"USTIM11. IPTORIT, A.
ft 00muft good gamy of In" sts. ROYAL E. BURNHAM
d1load as afts tow sW = g. mom ft. 00V I- posur.".1 pasom M"MW
RANA OSMOSIS as an bob
GOMM me Ids" wen nWv" Rond-Trip Rates
&ft. U. chfiliolow am Flaw weseveft I
us" a suder. ftrolft"
raw 0" am. goosonle" oft doessiso vI 01110ft 10 U, & I%@" On%& -VIA
9W, Ky., Ass. 21.-41sward
OM x"Talle Ralln". was oft
so W" kw "UK vels". a ftm- CLYDE STEAMSHIP CO""Y lAtlant'lc Coast
we a moom SNOW. Gentle".
a" a nw 9TW 60 Wn at a "W
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blood ne-red st 00 sow suls Ot Lne Ral, Wa
w 1611*44 and Tobs "amp. MW a" ina 'W" *sew". J"s
a" F"M* Rap"O" ire"
Me 04 by Wn fm ove


Now Fair Can the Normoal Eye So on; What a Little Silver Fish caught a
Land or on Usi? Fren.h Soadmoakor.
There Is at'iiitelY 14 i.IthtIt to tbt I'll to-'I p.4t# .Anid n1 JP~sw'le.' *ow w w lvs a If the toliht be' uie'?, the 10--oe e~ai. il ;.i(i artlif ie ia III stracted. Yet we con) *e' thle i~t v 4lH nw I's i it 1.. which are tilillioua of tn111'' u%. :ty "A iI.-e'hl',le~~r~ii. whIle we vanfnott ".4 a trep. t o* % -0 e;ie'i*
lile itnt h L%- i rue thiIi I I'i i 41 i it It, 14 &aL:. OM M E R C IA
all otojee4 to dimei:e-li In nhiiuroIt 1.,7.~h. An a dirt term .Ikiruaezai t L-ta ii e. -ut 0 0 M 01A. iilii~

ton Is that tour v'islon is Ilitrilett- Vi by the curruture (of the earlt...n A wi. #,I r fiih. leI.-A;-'
er In P'opular Swiencto Nem,;ii..~ s'es-ae i. T- *l*i.-- -t
figures to show how gret t~si cu. r It.a-,
touto Is. A .0:1l
li softe aatt 4o I,.,% n PRN
Imonew to know hwfr weran .:$*'* wi
Toe~uey, bow far onite must tor stiove ~~: .. iI'eg
the earth to see an uloject at a gi~en l.:~ it .1~*\r* *i~..I.
distillee. The exact raleulatito o i ;Pr troit.j tis-1 i ,-'*ee ~ :t:iI it) fo-' theseo fillu".4 would re41oi ireo ive toi~*t ebr t he,9 '. vi;i !t or" complex formun'.. butt rotor liruv. "M lat Its 41:. .11.- Aft, AW At As At f
tical amO two very alImple rti!vs~ tin l 11111 li01 %";. r: ik : .31~i
suk.the 11,41. w!-hsre i'h m 1 Coo- iThe distance to miles at which an the wast&r. Tit~ t':mer, *iwe t:~.i srraee off aI Itti4tlililti orm
object uhi-o the urac of the euarthb~, .'lIletirli:tII I~ui the. ro t ov rtbe lo r wii :t ;
Is visible litstl to th iture ru fluid th l ni ;'.arto a l'ivel I **' .' sli -. of one and oniebaif titiei the~ iiiIt oifIto~ every~ ling It i. il,; 'r Pi tho obiuryer in feet ibove the surnis -It trikest 11.411ol IeeeL" lit -; I,$I~ Sa OW iusc ounce of this lparl palit N. k
The height a feet to whitI tal ob- 14'uls Tlac'.hiuhl seve ust is gtihinktl tooSe %kt it 0lwt 90eam nwn t
ob et eual too two-.thirdse .tauhre ~ CIRCUS RIDERS. W i i amnwtsP ri;i1 u,*

Uf the coh4;ererir I% InI like riig (if It They Earn Good Salares, but Their d o e e a t it do e R IG H T .111
still' 100 ffo-t utloov C ottd iEte. hiw far Careo Are Short. distant Is thet hsewIiit-thztt PA. hocw fur' A an bomsimitL~ rider nt'eives from
bevsbeI".ia eigIi~v ~ ~e ~ ~ ~ ~~'U e ,.could all flotm 1i:tlIL Ih wtlet -,:,, to $123 a week, and lia career aot a i a ~ h i dW o
convexity of tilie earth?1tol 411161 "snl it'P to short not sm) nmnch because These mn hal21f timeS? 1401 is III. an9 1 -1141 "0 thx.lar et stiff and lose their agility as be.
rootof lu0 i ajproxwate) tw'l'e )i~il ausethe lowe their nerve. 'Nearly al onle-half; th.'efei're tile iae'riz'.u Is eireta folk marryl young, and with their twelve and onehalf miles dil'tant. Added repnsiblifles comves a livelyA" WLk
As tbo deck of smaller vesn lik sense of danger whblch they Ignored In pleasure yachts. to rarely viore than Iyoungrer days, A man rider who carntUs feet above the water. It fo!uw4s i not turn a somersault on a horse canthat the limit of vision from that Is"iift I not command morem than $5I0 a week. A to less than four miles in every 1ilre woman rider who ran perform this
t~ln.feat gets from $1504 to $200) a week It Am Illusitration of the second rule a* Is a finished rider. may be given as follows: A lntilltilng 1-.4 efts Isn't much when all the dleadthirty-three tuiles away. hetw ligh a'~ vantages of the calling are taken Into bill must one d~lina in order to be stle e cosideration. but It should be rewem-. to swe It? As the square of the dit*- hered that all the expenses are paid. tionce equals ISM0 and two-thirds of Including the care, feeding and 'of that number equals 7'26. It follows tha' e ourse thes transportation of theirWeFin
we must climb a hill T28 feet bh in?- b'or"P~,'. All they have to provide in to we are able to wee the Widig their own clothing. For tile men Mrie oee with the most powerful teiesdohlim. Clothes do not constitute much of a Wer in
I'sually, however, the height cof the factor. and the women nearly always object as well as that of the ohoosemM make their own, except those provided' or must he taken into coua,.tlei-stiot". by the management. but this simply requires the duislicaties of tile Problem. For 11ltaD('Ps. French Rags High Proode the Washingeton monument is WK- feet A crillpor irt rago offered the manMiO!. At what height must siA oo aler oof ai latre boarding house a cer- Y
nrve" fifty mil"c away lie In or~er t". fai rc for, a log of wornot linen. ______________server to stand upon the grtifd. we that' said the shrewd landlord. "I Aind by the first rule that he colI4 run several houses to this neighborjust Pee the top twenty-nine miles, hood, and all are ovicupled exclusively away, and to orerramies the remaslning: ty F~renc'h gue',sts." twenty-tine milles. clue tiy the convexity: The dester npi)-rently considered
of the eo. ~ he woitd ty rule second 1 that remark sufficiently explanatory. hare to clituh. to the height of 2M4 feet.' He cast a hasty glance upon the conthe Eiffel tower, the ihoi-miwt arttkllal I"And he could *ell afford to raise It. structture In the world, we obtain so too,-"a the landlord. Evoeno at that Interesting results. Assuming the; rate he will make money off the Mhins height to be just 1.000 feet. we find IFrench rags the world over bring a th16t- stnd &a the top we .~~y ihrpietii n te.Ter In ths way of CouimsumW Job Ntiq& .


ft drAVe In "sN".41t mIMI.. to Just Soe.ived-Kvraported apples.i
mAIM Itao, ON5IS & 111000 poeas, apricots. Prunes. Saunders & Iawraee es ot Jeeackonille marl.
bn rehhare at ashe on 11- c Miss Ora Stock of Hawthorn Is In W O' NW HWT RT
Mr. an MMs IL C. Ihufer at At- the city for & few days, a guest of W O' NW HWT RT
IN"ts pont yesterday is this eity. red.BN DETSMNS
"hams Kennard ot Waldo was. R. H. L. Barton. a well known truck-BN DETSMNS
erw a, of y ol was trading In the
a"th s whty cittyewd y intrd)
SAS IUS Vof lemopity M rs.Care cine BUT WE DO KNOW HOW TO HANDLE
-rs Chre .MIne fOa m
th o as ea Visit to hIs sister. MrM h~sh eto r. .YU AKN UIES
Jm~ Piaebe ROLI stein, West Uberty street. YU AKN UIES
m W. L. Boom.M asreturne W. D. Richey of Ocala. one Of the
glgi & plemis fli to relatives and Imost widely known traveling me on COME AROUND AND TRY US. Mid iOaftalle the road. was here yesterday.
womw Calired, boadrsAmd 04bTe Galnesville Tinani and Plumb.,s f sf h som MIMI. M r. 110 W. ULpb Ing Co. has just received a full and
mmAAu WVin~ec, ~inavI~s jcoipht assrteU'nt of bath room fix-~1
So ft 3 d r 01 4the A T hea stase H a d w re C o t'Bn
.2W &VooM rov mae ta, The DdadwrCopany has ai svillu NardiUHC1I
111 100 ~ b14011 a tow wards of Interest to those corn- cfpm
* ~ ~ # 66t I 1emP. Nerds Is GROWs to Ms templatlag the erection of houses in O THE CRE.
fewa 4= m -de a his Oman. after a" thwi ad. In thinsuew.
*Sa of 00 DN "I d e ays. Dr. S. T. Carswell. a prctcing phy.
im ftdw rem1m of et @dna Cites was In the city yester. SAETY DEPOSI BOXES FOR RENT.
gbawe beds witbi. uhurt din day. He can to consult. Drs. Alder'
Sof aewe. Address Du 3W tos & Peare In regard to some den.Smiun hul .1mw.ems f theemmbes ~ We have everything here for ladies - --- -@ M m a at ioo h oo e z exes husbands. They are cheap. G(ieattille Lodge N4 0T U U A
0 sm Is in eedlm a low days in but~ 9e50eb hpe. e u B. P. 0. E.-Meeia
Ji oantegs 1at Sold joee ad embidery. Gainesville 5 acpmighi at s .(X o'clock
a V.ffofbf8~ws Mr. and Mrs, Walter S.1m Ig btbors sovviIi ES AP RA i
andFw.a owem Stre 51 It wElks H.S.. Cogin,
_____ ink th van" iw*wS 55s alost yesterday In this city. 9 .eI L J.N Pa. JR. Curtay urnsr-10 o,~ts
m~r Wth heUniedMr. Lang In now the traveling repro- IDn INluL I. evrs v Ieuudl Fhle -hi 10 Pss Ue.
watmv -,r the'Nahe s., W. R Johnson Co.,~ ~ s Jr of Brooklyn. Thad- T oLs crcr
jAISel 116-rs arei" wvi"leiWsA ford county. is in the city On businessubUIM-OI
I#" %ah opreuea Col. W. IL Wh~te of Cedar Key. One W. M. Barton. Jr., of lEvlnstan wad g ~y*at the veham raileay posta clerks a business visitoir to thi city yester- FIRST.CLASS "CHaF.0
-. wMt oN d Msmia bere yesterday. Col.
60ue, a we have own ithabe fo mywsn We have received a Supply of fresh dishes, aftangled three times a day.
I. 'a WhitVa te had Keyesi or tany yam- o codish direct from Boston. Saunders 1141
boom Aeat or. -fil toja -u l thue & Earle. As good as any 60 cent meal In the
ftlol saN proomast A-~~wJ kom ot say pota Attorney George W. Scofield has efty.
"5Mw 4d J6010=11111 Was Is te 614ity inM Sa or th ae returned from a professional visit to j25k Luncheons Served.
is sihiwn *@"so" I" the _________________Camp' Ille. -lsfrLde, etee o
V110 a"11"d e Wedendiy. Utte Miss Gene Halle of Live Oak' ic ~ als etee q
?3. ere 41 Ue ,k the11d Is visiting her cousin, Miss Catherine'
Tadf RA(KFTv o d Halle, of this city. Quick Lunches a Specialty.
ENEb.UWlaf d oosJ J. Shaburge, a naval stores ope.abnioo T.'isa t' RifV 1O Rau rator of Delray. was transacting bs.
______________ ness in this city yesterday. IT V
0111 YT*W has rotorsed &M Mrs. F. B. Hester and daughiter.1 STOVAW O D I
*d4W Vk toaps wetvWdUO 0 Earth. MIss Mva, of Evinston, were visitingI
p ~friends In this city yesterday. -IM ad ~ oles. m rwDr. Thomas Mcleod. one of New-'We can supply you in any
0 m Wetrwberry.. popular and substantial citi- quantity from one~
*0 111110 ad raens, was a business visitor to Gaines- it~nu
40111 lw 11111-"9 vile yesterday. ___uEJE'a~uMr. and Mrs. Robert Wiison have anup&Yme ~tabgTret urned from Williston, where they Fo prices apply lo A. Rt KBAUL'~I
sS~~'~ll.~p~r BkRiGUA jN have been frthe past few days onGIYLE I OPR

00,1. c .ww j(11 THIS WISn, Thainesville Tinning and Pluoub- Ph... .. 4.
VWr row hem 6010 ugRIlD Da Co. had just accepted contract
9Mm did, e Jammm Upis 'd.I-) plumb and dt up the 0. K. Biroome T410 amaftr "Iesandro.residence. It Is useless to add that TeshP~dOthl' 3151 ~a rethe workmanship will be of the best.
S ,1 5. fTtmahuslasms Oae lot of Dollar Corp*ts John Ambrose. prescription clerk atL~ e 0 a ae
I*ow dwv imsirdar. Mr. -only cettAin aL-s the stare of J. W. McCol~um & Co..
Ma rue13 hooassee. emma. to goat 8Chas Sone to Waldo for a few days.Amn me 1111101110111left-all wf He will releve [Dr. Andrew Joll. the wetnonS.GansiePa
61r-do b. M to the Alachos ____________ druggist, who, with a number of
friends. Is spending a few days fish-1 Day and might service. Open as ~~~~~~~ Inrlgews~Oe o f1~et ~ lg on the Gulf at Cedar Key. welh I in ftoe~Mj cok ndbi
b umd~~41" 0e 1 Raoll" vher hse tD ot ornegrwrad rce o h 5.btlnc o nl 5.lall

111100 Sill Br. Arrg. th.mew had (Ifl -A PfLwn dyer. Nichols. eed welth l ed a"LU EK inctyf rope-Ba

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VOL. 1iAIPubsh~Led Twice a Weekos-Monday and Thursday A*0

after thet~ ri CcIo a, in ri lf TRAGILDY IN 0. A. R. HALL4 vir
lE SOUNDS IKLRflUI "Th supr.A~tn f Moor) sa... ANTI-CLERlICAL RIOTS OR oes'hissmy"
eoC rtrinating privila gv% by ril:o(tdi wil; itrs Mo. Aug I.--date
5cgetary Taft Ddhie i u~ lessen tN po!1%1toiI~ty of such ertor- (ftkrg Oa geadi the frm5V Charles E. Wu.ters. 'comaad& of sas
oDUA A(1untulat Ions as those wbic~i It poet is held by e
PrealId have airead) tak~en place." 'g Itwy emmer ion tbe.eharg* at murder, so
iareult of the fatal wound be In- *

Thousand Worknon Aree Rushing the fre otcmadr taa t
jgretry of War Is Heart and Soul Work at Mao. a Thirty Anafthista Makes Atteek Ule In o f. I1te vee a quareN@"w
Macon, Ga., Aug. Z1.-Work one h ihtf1*4aqure ewf
With the President In i ISuport tn hp ftu e~~ ala Carriage in Which Were Caidlad the pmeent commanders the form
of Measure. Advocated by the Lat- 33acon bas av.ummd large proptoriturs, Merry del Vat and Monsigneor BeUN. oummani fJmeN W th" iit
Fe"~ ~ ~ ~ No. tot nao tI t
te.and within a few wo-eks cofretr,~.ra oedy. fe o uerwt
anud E'urpwntei Cs nav the giea~u asess the enmity between Meo tM
eolumtbus, Ohio. Aug. 21.-4cvre- p~ortio~n of the rtough sorli aci Roime, Aug. 21.-The wave of on- veern we brovs bo hut 3ww a
4my of War William It. Taft, deliv- Thi- niacillner) for 'ho. vigatic ticltIsrcam is inerfasing In vioaalmeta.t tedeis fF OWe before tbe Buckeye Republicn bUieiIL91* Is alreial) A i't (9rnitn t' Near!) a:1 the prelaters of the vail- Amu In arrng; tr the mbs afC 40ub, beje 3Monld) night an &41dres. rapidly ab .iI~ for i( toe Le put Vauk ,.u aimst the city tearilg either emsious at the asms ji.o 411 V which *a* a cunprebessive atatetuent in Z1lAce'. Ilundi-ed.- of w~irkli.,I i- e itibuIl or asbaiutt. Cardinal Merry 46 Ol f 1A5 t he ld 1P 8 OW dffie.
*I his posilti as a candidate for the daily engaped In Perciz.g ., %&I. with Mlonsignor Kennedy, re- Aduln C. if'. 00;;4
upubican prebidectlal nomtination, structure. The fony,da'imno are a:- W"' 4 tb.- .'.. rk :a ctu:lep, while t1 ~PiWd wt-5in asft
The spevc;' was largely & d1,feaae ready In pla.-P. nod one in.ct pavqius through Marino In a carriage twot tawI&A 4 tha at
4the liclicies of P'resident Rtioi.. the work is reatilly coznio. that were furiously assaulted4 by a beA ON th ba the lm of Vel. wilich Secretary Taft expects, this Is the larxgL-t enterprises .1tvn 30 anarchis.:s. who were shoutiug: m. with aSi it elected, to carry forward. to ad- the borders (if the VcIlral ( lt3. "DOUR with the VatiCan! lAag live Captain Wateg. 9E EFd
dressing his fellow citizen of Ohio Wiliiu isele nuntlas the ('nrai the Revolution!" iin. Ntu u h
a&d the republicans of the wholt o~cIals will be abet ~': h ue h zscit were armed with tevtmeb e
country. he made It plain that he wag struetiou of any kind of raii-,ay lm- knives and. clubs. They uountde so to etmsW~i &sot and soul with the president in plenient. and will he alele to nia~e the carriage despite a strong guard mooei'~ *WOM
mis support of the measures which any repairs thjat will lie reedfed f.r of deli cjlves and carbinvers. On m lage btilm s
have come to be known as the "Roo- bth lonotw v at-d car. It has anarchli v wnng a club atk the car- soak oVffa been Int#-nded thAt all conveniences dial's heed. but a detectivi, quickly Pauset I soti be secured in Inte construction of the interposllng, received the blow on his No anew'. ow W I shops, and w~ven rompleed. fts will cest a"d was dangerously injured. afti mm; ha wagdo b""d be one of the grvateot railway ro- The pope, when isaometi. noruwewmw am ha 1"
pairing centers In the south, fully said: "The world will now no1M0se2 s..e
More than one thousand workmen how tnjjpe"'jie, It will be for m0 to tm rea Map am l u
will be daily engaged. '.%early this leave the vatlem." 11he wall amd 0u t soe'
number are already at the different Thq otval'erst of antillfies~leU 110 Patton. brused him", a1W dttes connected with the erection of overspread all Italy. it shows, ds- ve"ra asum eS the buildings. Wiat a completed spite the Improved relations betwes iiuim"E
the factory chimney will tower above the vatican and the qluarnal. that in the city more than 176 fet. and o- thero Is still 4 large section of the 6W W WOW~ "'
perts -am alreedy entailed for the radical populace whicia Is cer at all 00 *omamne ~7S S ca.'ofull conaitruction of this portion of times to attack the chureb. The Waters thru1,10 the We plant. All details of the business events of t~ls summer have favoed Inches tat hlis 041111111. connected with the acquiring of shop the anticlerlcals. wherefore, aftur IS Pate di 1n site and yards have practlcallpl bees long period of tranquility, 4u21"M balmud iSml h e M completed. andl the transfer of mone whicis the chura and "the g -ees tes Ise owt I. t than $5,0004 worth of leads to the meat have reaiderd mes athi re amI e oj 11
:... Central last week In the vicinity by cipaccal aid, the mobs ar00wbys conty isut of jaemn" anwi
the Empire LAd Company, of ft- Iag the churches *ad assaing the vannab, CIa.. completed the land prelates. 7Forwtuaat. perlamit to INK PANAMA CANN".
trantactions nucesauy for the yards. not in sesuios now, else an ufmair-
see risis might arise. For Italy Moesy Shago@ 60"el 1W Reid Unvelso Tablet. is peculiarly susceptible to asnd"e o- muei
SECRETARY OF WAR TAFT. Salisbury. England, Aug. 21.-Is ulitons of public auge. Amhute,1 C.~
*nevelt policies." While Insisting that the ancient and beautiful palisbury The unfortunate sitaioto IOsWl Coaditas on the hasha leik cat hedal Monday. Ambeasailor White trtief Complicated at this US*O by reachd 8 &taoe of ape* i- 'd
ihese mleasures had already been pro- law Reid unveiled a handsome marble the lissuance from the vatiean of aI the ft tWe e go"eslm 1- e "a ductive of much good to the country, tablet Is memory of those killed In comulicatioS which Is destimed tO woT6101111 fasm t" 9" lie toonintld meit how existing statutes the terrible accident a year ago, arouse serious couttoYvoly. it at- ed whs the ensU "I sould be ainen led in order to further when, by the wrecking of the Amenl- Arms that either Catholics or son turs- dunl p to SealwS




~1 s a' 'aD ressz -c i Cassl FeelsEncoar. elaA
Nearly every vsc i.c' I
OWand ee J mk hehrr~.,~~ The Studenta Got Down to Work With Wo vl ew hsbret
a endto ~, it. ibe; s kep i frrn ~i1',~ a Vim and Determination, and the
far 8 C rougendo. fom k t~. Term Promises to Prove of Great w wbmaW
Dower ftEiJS5tS at the ens omtSeet- nnefit to Those Who Attend. d-: sein- e i"h
is" o. mmir that will feed the hfir at th 7l Aftrf'eisWN~ yus
49 Dm4.9 a Cansto ofl eaims lime, a regular haircoe.. The first session of the County An- thdatmfl -atmd "na~e -t'oe e Dual Norma~l. % which institution was J5b&*tmmj CUs-da~wbeemt~ is hoW NIn nt es- VSIRedhair will bcscrorgoand ordered at the last zueeting of the Do' asoul
I"A~~t 410040Iml will remain wheri t bel:ntis- Bor of Public Instruction of Alachua
bilaf oIr oan so the bead, not on the comb! county to be bold each year. began W h tI AOI
*~ ~ ~~~I beamet 0"W of~e a tetimealal- Monday morning. with Prof. W. H.W a s
fto" onmadi "SON for ever minty yeers" Lassels principal of the Alachua am~ ina hamuines Inht~ 11' ds'Ol
UM a Aftlif ilgh school. one of the most oupe- swift Droll M sodftme Sso 14 ks Iphmne
110%metest educators in the county. In seftlhe Membher Opum, Nsirpblie mm' 64bet Nuref
tho A S~~e v NIVIL The session, which will run until, uoid ~~1 "A~hhea It mDwh .W&
~~~e l o'and icdin& September 2. Is being CA&5 zIt rvesY weethh Troubles Curse 0
~ Conaducted at the alnesvlig Graded Sul I10 M36 It inres haV. rqalte -.61111-11 may DAVTOA 88AGN NOTES. and High school building. and. con- "membh80 NNPGd Dewub, 51001mg he pMA 1141 dn
siering the bect tha such short 0911vsa~s-~ Nnhr luemd
~ uS o laeedin S" o New RegrardS motio. Was gives. together with the
*Pn6 Dsnerf Peel" Thems faet that the State Normal -has just CENUINK A T R A A W y
peopl avua Dm4.h AsIngM iSd-A grMeaised the srollmeat ja the opening Ak TR us y ,
ine .lefille psupi ane piasest- waS very emoourpro(. anduProf ty nesd is 60te" MAn beaning Cassels states that he expects the list
-d Pue M d beseb, a" anl am es Wobes from day to day. as many ~t as"uinI hesls inway or Who have written their Intention of saw gWW*b 16b& b igpe a& 00mlug did not arrive In time for the
mm4Uin tf me &W ams Sft day.
*s It ho the netPpular. As has already bees stted the Iho ablbonmd yams -People have members of the Sebool Boaod are T e
*5 s am" a* in mames hfa heart ha sympathy witk the ate The Y Or Ovher 0Ya
4- ii, tbe beGaa in seville tatm having the Individual emigre- nUeFr.v 0Ya
41 4k is pu s = un theappresla most al every member of the board; umesinseN10010 A9 Abp on hr &tomg d etb m but this Annual County Normal. *hlch fff~il h01L I ereafte.' be held In May. Is dew
tin"d for the enlightenment of those
A. neasn' Met. da" desiring to teach In Albehus county
em Las wanh t da Ie M ~O. Jn other Wod 14 Will be v* iab oft a -0o of a The South's Grss9s
@nw t o se pleesuvllithm "Th attendance at the opening Was 1110n ofth bse Gomm *m. e reaWl better than I had anticipated."
i~ flet ~ t fom N a b Professr Cassel& "owing w 1110 Par' wo b I-In by Mr. prinulpally to the fact that the State
ow" at se01 UII' a sft Normal has just closed. and also the I I R E O S
pufe sruter. as the airnin 61 short notic given those deirous of No see day T. W. Neewmil of aviln themselves of the oportn.
iWM& Ine IgIn the wedm I I fel that the term, however, is Um br 8M.Of tlhas Sak was ofan going to prove al great besit. as lbs weUng abed 5sini those who have enrolle at on"e en. Is Now Ready to Fill Orders for
TTW7J* MW- ur Ulf M'WotNaemy tiredl upom their work with a deterU U60 la""owe s itia, to accomplish sometn. I 151L am expecting the number of students n a sw m i
Ift ~ ~ ~ ~ es. Ow %ada i be en m ~ -bincreased within Wd0 001 kn Very Iee for S the next two or three days whom we RWY"'TOVKA
11sobd"0 wil get down to business rigt.
iiii ~ "0 neenno a theesesh Iae Wey followla; the County 6W lesedwl oth Norma the emm"Wlno of applicants L T I HS
seem of sr Ganesvlle for positions as teacher will be held. M~ a n e r Thisexmatlo. will begin on the ltfUtl1,Iill
on a, 6im ft ay "a Will ar- I ons of September 2, continuing A
oft f in fa w'h beautiful mmx oour da U N S I G
ft" Among those who arb attending the.lrersdmr emlt hm vrbfr

T~l ~~JNIrLLKSUN: AUUUS8T 22 194.


W.UKI~' :i'e~ itD LW114 t) Ifu UU[ N S.3 Exc bi.kat Prices A o Wa cd, First ts esg'pr~
toClose &b ;, WdC.v .. tv k 2u.x~ Right. VV oen esoe osmo ssm
Face and Feet Covered-Rest log asIlell of e
CHAU7AU26A LCr;.3C REVOCD. Broken and Would Cry Until Tired -CMAPSE 7' -R MATER:AL ALSO. hikash. iw slm .
-Out-"Cdle Cp" Added tD01ilsBay' orur-ris ucura Commesoners tt u,;t Fay Pive Cents MG people of North Carolina Not Batis- My'sn Torur L~4 ., @P6ft o Me0
ted With' the Manner in Which He Soap and Cuticura Ointunt. A Load for Material to Cnstrwt Teoable Ome~d imb*
HS Acted, and Brought Matter in. Road to West, Hones Abaumdoued 2U == 4
to Court, Bist Strouse Was Absent. IMMEDIATE RELIEF Plan to Go to Work Elsewhere. edw am mskeWN
lb~rt be "smthm dw N PEY CR Notuithstandlng that uinqty-Uve per 1011111111h1IIII
'll.~d~~oiale. N. C.. ar I AN SPEED CURE___ vent. of the Iie of the State. n df
in )tktiiwIg litjidtrmni. ~M. L ~ __ ciuding thobe of Alachua county. have ha
,bih~~ ~ ol w~ ok~ca t h brlie~ had raAh an hitfar w arrived at the conclusion that hard um etw l II -wbI~h l, spcia toTheChalote $t. Hw feet semd to ;;4 rod reteprprthn.anen 6 ool
4N.C, b.-;e v of the 17th inst.:mot especially road the pr~ieofe tha g aoend onse. i
"Ashvoll&. August 1tG.-Highly 144-11 =118-a heyw l of 'the ye sems tof be woodectioneI
national %.*s the hearing before JudgiUe hro efr t be tee)tses ob oecis Lyma g 111. iu
,V~tc~rd ere tis atvrnoll o theand mometawu shea tplicialy when the property of cer.
pritcbs.Fdwouk hq7ti atron nte m atl shne tain parties in involve. i. 5=
10janction recetitly granted R1ev. LDr. wastired out. I bed
roue.e~aiglis aad hatauuaalways used Cudi. Commissioners C. C. Pedrick amd
IAM" MW 01FweNo John G. IUamper. both of whom awe
wanager. a1gailist the auditorium cotw and be goodd road ad4caes anBotIB i,
Many and its officers of lienderson- Cmy goodl oad de voteau sh adble h U of at p oe
Vile. At the hearing todAY uan), af- ulli vso eoemc aubeUea
Navits were submitted attacking Dr w.Muldgve % a piewihI obte hagai, ~ Un
~~rouseU011 71r0te an awlu ha have been working for the past low
Ile %a a man unfit to conduct a re.- In a few hoursM eand If bo u d ys 5'Ct3garhtwa fomSgoschautauqua. Inietp ~ Oo rbo of tbeCadwreOlinntluurrst hIogtown creek west, in the directlou
~uus Inidentaly yes wedlWild hae msve tremld he of Newberg, for the exteasloo of the
hkroU~e % as not present. It wS stat- nine. I also und is to uunw w -'
dd tat e ha goe frm Alani sowna "arelle cup" fom hue roa which has already beem conj tha heo hadS gonem fro Atati stutrfo ana~e eAt
ayto Battle Creek. Mich.. that he ~kn ssrce ams~ ett h
'vs suffering from an attack of the h. Nod camp o f W Omiu or thei valbe tfi~ e deths oted hi
and that he *as a very sick =i anTs ast Its orhm thei vadol tie o hs or, n
ae t leam P q thi be specting material along the ret. in
= "M ofthe meantime, and just as they were "The hearing today was a continua- F=ie. t=wu'T m
babes Al aouttoord o-P f he oa gagsWE DON'T KNOW I'I
of previous hearings, lAst week 6Wn 1146, Jun 9# 1*..bu oodron ftera a
3g.. Strouse, ttiroughi his attorneys,._____ to work one of the owners of the
alpled to Judge Pritchard for an in- i~TIg~ mu' ~lrperty through which they desired
.I~~uctlon~~ retato h uioru AZL M~l pass, served notice of refusal to R N
"pany of Hendersonville and Its gggg tgatargtowa wihtcup.
9'1C~8 S P satiom from the county, and alin put BUT WE DO
rfromt Interfering with him in Oitm am POOL the gentlemqu on notice that theI
a limeto d chautauqua ached- A sbq ot is ofe sfite to ear. county must lay Ave cents a lbad forI
I& a algd yD. todeta to &Nmulmg aily huw".s ea~ every load of deposit taken froms the YOUR 3 M I
I~ as hlee4 y D. Sroue tat e in s with kim o premises.
* hd leased the auditorium for every hair, b t o age mnmer for ten years for the pr o e r 1111111 Iussih ew Ubm ph This Informicton came as a kind of 0D AROLI &4
of Holding these chautauquas and that I be ers. and they eat otune comlsulo that. 1U D
S9 had been ejected. MT-we= ers, and, they at "u onp" rgainst that
,The hearing was set for early this cte, tey, ha trun usan am hat
inbre and atthaie fen lts cie to t uprs that any person should stand e I
4pf~r4 ndth- 1,fedatsciedtIn the way of their effert especially g2 fA V I
Mopear and shi'm "w113 tw m- at this time, when the people are
glning order L. t.~ Iit :)(- I w- TH NWOFOMARO camrigfo goavad
frmanent. Judge U of coun i TE EW RMAN. caoigfrgoras.'3
,$ Dr. Strouse, asked Weave ti mee Sunshine Weleso b Passers- Commissioners Damplee and Pod- 77 '777
rick stated In regrd to the matter 1
*4t affidavits and subsequently de- Persomui items of Interest, that there we"e ether m-l ,oto V_ .
9fdthat the affidavits were of such Arno. August 1.-The past threewhctepope atdhrdra, A K'Y D I
alouis and semational niaturea that dAd sOf sunshine111 were VqrY good fin am that ohy would amosado h piree ,'J( desired further time to communi- our cotton farmers. As there had bes eat pleas fi take up The work Im
qMwith his client and have him here go much rain for ten days or two sanmbor direetlon as mnmy propstymake answer. Xhe hearing was weeks much of the cotton was shbed- A ~ 1
ed until today, but Dr. Strvise ding Its fruit very badly. Some of ones wb sleht~o and ahel tea M
still absent. The affidavits sub- the best farmers estmate that there domasear sraiv mv mans e0voi-T N
today, which seriously attack -will ot be more than a halt crop of m tera e omh TiNg estm evil-e .
setop fo thel o beulin at d least
prominent citizens fruit is thin on the stalk. --NNW_____ op 1OP U' %
lIb. affidavits allege that Dr. Misses Annie &84 Ida Price will be.1
a conduct while at Henderson- at home for about three weeks, which Mai Carrie Real& O dSSb i
ille was calculated to inJure the will be greatly enjoyed by their par- ourdfemreta
00se of religion: that there were un- etats and many friends in tho e nmus- a quarter Of a 611stury the bad" ,1010 Son" 30 US biNNA ~ .......,. 010014 s$avory reportd which connected the ity. trqe lr of the United Stae 1~ Ukw lama U ......,,
of the chautauqua maaaagl~r Misses Reta Clark sand Nora Harry "nmiI between the pomtoles sad T&. .:ft Ui 1k1 f o ....
marrieW women guests of the have accepted positions, teachers 1iou depot*, has resigued his pool.. NowS ago" ~

me T.Wheler's ffdam tv alge gins. The reotbinaelpeae.s reldised ti poston, h OL USE MINIMA 2!&dl ---


ANOTHER FLORIDA SLANDERER. erto undeveloped territory. The Man- making stand of hard woods. The de- treats of the years bes worth
ufactuerws Record presents soe In.' striction of these must effect the well- It is just such Iaterchanges of
C he 44Every once In a while. says The teresting statistics of the grase earn- being of the entire United States. sles and visit& as will ualty as
Miami Metropolis, some fool or fakir logs of the leading Southern carriers. Even were this not true. the menace nation. by enabling us to an mins. M. rushes into print with a story or The Record shows that the South, threatening the two section named one another. We have a lot to
A*$ 41 Clew statement that does Florida Irrepar- ern railroad's gross earnings for the should impress every Informed and one another. and in that tesehi able damage. Recently we had Row- year ending June 30, 1907. were $56.- patriritic Amerleain citizen. If any a certain safety tralm pro e who dealt out a "dose" to our 096,1. an increase of more than $3.- there hie whose pmatriothm is confined New York Coumercial. roads and soil, but was promptly 001.00 over the preceding year. to rei. rd for hil own section let him shown up as a liar and ignoramus of The Louetille and Nashville Part,- remer her the words of Cmon of Aththe very Brst order. Now we have ed $48 94.Able during the same period. ens Si.irta. In the throes of a senile
_____.______ _* gategrand Pubi or. one Dr. John H. Watson. who says an in of more than $2.600.000. revolt. intled uon Athens for help. The debate now going on
V that the temperature at Dry Tortuga1s The Aftantic Coast Line shows for Fearing the rivalry of Sparta, Pericles the liemocrats about the at
~s.Wa re nresebes 10 degrees In the shade. The eleven months gross earnings of $24. and Epbh.Iden adia.4ed that a deaf ear of Mr. Blryan and others for the
l*Wfek Ati s18 Fear; 0s Key West Citizen very quickly takes 674.433. a gain of nearly $2,000,.00 in t turned to the call. Hut in words nation for President leads The
agt I iele in, so* the learned man up and by facts and that period. i'ver to be remendtwrud Cimon. rising Chronicle to declare: "While a
ggge RATMs Agures makes him everything but a; The Seaboard reports $15,050.268 up frin local to national patriotism. ex- certainly de'ilrable that a
1 b1eatea1 peres with a high regard for the to the end of May, or an Increase of claned: 'Lt not Greece be lamed nan be made President, the w g g ah iddl* truth. The Ciuse, says: $1.100.000 for the eleven months. and Athens robbed of her yoke-fellow.' nut be accomplihed at least
"If Dr. John B. Watson. ofessorI The Central of Georgia shows $12.* "That Sparta proved ungrateful a basis of merit both in mean
ot payebategy to the University of 210.584 for the year. or over $800,000 tootk nothing in the present case. platform, and not alone upon a Chicago. was correctly quoted to a re- Increase. Happily for America, sectional rival- geographical accident of birth.
gmlim aggag cet jasse of The Chicago Daily News, The Nashville. Chattanooga and St. ry within her boundaries is past. No the voters of the country to
a a la. he Is duly eligible for the highest IAluis shows for eleven months gross Petion of this republic need grudge their ballots for a candidate
honors to the Asuanas Club. earnings of $11.124,675. or over $1. or fear the prc --ess and prosperity because he Is a Southerner wom
gThe Doctor has been spending 100.00 greater than for the sane pe- either of New England or of the as Insane as Southern people s tme eat Dry Tortugas, studylg riod last year. South. The welfare of these sections their's against the candidate
.........$1 Mthe sea gull leaguage, In which he The Chesapeake and Ohio shows is the welfare of our whole nation. because be hails from New Yst daes to have attained great prod- $23.34,174, which Is $4,000,000 great As Paul well said: 'We are all mem- any other Northern State. s 1 eteey. and towhlho mose has any or than for the art eleven months ber one of another;' and if one m Democrats want is a candMiate
180 objeetom but whem he states that the of the preceding Rscal year. her suffer, all the other members must can win. and the beet display
.. temperatre there reaches 140 In -the The Moile and Ohio exhibits a to Inevitably suffer with it. Do any Americanism they can make WM
lowA......... I shade, he Is paving his way for his tal of $10.714.983 for the year. which imagine that the reclamation of west. to unite in supporting such a aga.*
admateses to an even better clime is an Increase of $1.300,000. em deserts will give advantage mere.
when he shares at this geortal coll. These figures do not represent the ly to the occupants of thoue regions? Reports of the appearance of
*We may be charitable enough to net. but the gross, eartags of the Does any one doubt, on the other bubonic plague Ia San
a e suppose that the Dotow didn't mean roads. P hand. that such a work will enthuse three cases and one death having
what he samid literally, for such a The course of Judge Munger is the new life and add neir vige and power curried there last week-ar aet o g Pgn oasPslt t is absurd on Its face, but correct one. It it to demonstrated to our whole Nation? Conversely, can tended with any excitement. ays
suA reckless assertions that the roads of any State cannot any one doubt that the d'esy ad Savannah Morning News. The a hrs to Our Sitt and are In operate under a redued rate for trans- ruin of any important section of our bilitles are that for many years 11e with the meany ether staders portatio., the law I that State shouM common country mst tafallbly weak- .ave been cases In San ti have Aged their way into print be amended. I it appears that new* en that country as a whole"' that the public never heard
to thp detriment of Florida during the short lines of road which have een* about, I the Chinese quarter
Ps ftw muths. tributed mucb to the development of RAILROADS AND POLITICS. along the "Barbary Coast,'w
"Any perses who has ever speut a the virgin territory re asterally In- -sallors from all quarters of ta
sumer s the Plids heys knows Jared by the redued rate. exception For some years the rellance of the gather to drink and carouse. Bo
Sth# e r e rarely leashes should be made In sueb eases. This railroads has been the United States plague Is not feared so much
Gm a o ees, and that tam the yer was dome by North Carolta which courts, and now that public opinion it was a dosen years ago. One et mnsd we have the M e be ad exempted from the operative of dhe has had Its effect on some of the greatest achievements of
ddhdal eulkate nla the wedr. The 2%cest law all railroads under sixty judgee and te real equities of the elenod In recent years is the agly peasog eor people have for golng miles to length. people are belag ,onsidered there is ability of the men of the
11s11 in a e in that M is in.ldis. a very pessimistle feeling amongst to calm to, people and ispie
pl adte thing to do. LOOKOUT FOR BBBAKERS. corporstos m egnat. The same pub. dence to them when an epdemis
"I-as1-ee degrees Is the mx$* lic opinion is bound to produce a re- eas makes Its appearamee. Is
glam tempeate r Igded by the As polities and bsaness are inex- form spam la the votes of some of probability this country has ses g
thed Mas Wesber Daeas at trkshbly amed ap at the prest time the Republican members of the last rally great epiemic t of a
aN West this ageme-ed that ely more thm ever before. It bebooves United States Senate, and already the ease. bo e r pe days. 3 the repets ade theughtl ma to keep their eYes tate senators In several States have
a aor. Watem Srdin an AM epem qad watch the double game as been falig over each other to be the According to The St. h age as mWeire w %lS than his staW It to ting played Wih Wall street 1rst to declare for reduced rates. Now Record orange growers In that a a g1a00 h the weather his rmeearh- to a turmel ad the stock market there Is danger in this political man- tion are commenting on the dggg
a6 have bse a wse time, It, a gaing, sat msesy, eyes for t t- agement of railroads, and sensible ance of the white 11y. Whie a
-gt, athe timne at such a freak has ay dabte tuae poses hard to people must tar their faces against or two ago they swarmed a
h r agy ei s e. lats. It doe not equi eay guesa those polticias who for politics ef. grove in countless myriads, a
afoot to may that there Is greater *an*lal* feet are ready to harras the rawl trees are looking bright and
RAlAAA NGS IN SOUTH. tosble ab Th bildM bues is roads Instead of being fair and just with no white Sles about We
is W... qetions de'a ad railroad Improve them and the people alke. The ises as to the reason for tle
Me emeible sme who apprelate meats ae bs M 0 public wants reasonable rates, good pearance of the pest are
te sae and the bdest of a railroad these iatOs am mstly copied accommodations and safe treasit for Could it be that the long d6uht 1111& a ma me a m ad ys Te to evaldie t ad trly good times passengers and goods. No one but another of those fortune
the Soclalists desire coiscaation, and ties" that help Florisa to
gg aseaory sad oppressive wise man looks ahed and prepare no sensible person destres rates so ty as a State every now sad
@1b11d10s upes these corporatoes. for any emgmency that may be foe low that they would tend to prevent Timee-Valon.
A leg as the obey the law, have spe i and tme all beb w a fair return on the money Inveted.
411 ea P ugvgW4 Agr the peoplds rights bw At the same time the railroads must A telegram to The TI
mt retase of eag in practices he absualy seeds. play fair. They must reform their from Dowling Park, uade M
1110 V"A we oppod isommao honsey The cosferesce a day or two ago way of doing business and abolish the August 18, says: "Fire suppose to
SIso bowl me ea lin y meal be treat. a Os Day o t P With plundering of the Inside companies, of incendlary erists compAbly
Ia and bry; they shetd be S0%ntary Taft and other advisers such as fast freight intes, collusion stroyed the saw mills here, ma I
.pretectin mad a~eed every weS to eonsde what coul be W with con tractors, and the bridge ad the Dowliags, at an early her O ~ma m~is ~blEW d~to prevent the Wall stent4 urtwame terminal extortion, and other soft morning, The aggreate lambto
_mAAA Rabae1ep9~w* from becmin epidemic and spread* snaps for the tbeneift of Insiders. It timated at betwes $SM,WS amd U(MW
Mebms et te al.-I'eyatog all over the country. The contina- will take time to accomplish these O00, partially covered bY F
*.po iml aieiagery to taggre th oatt*idm of the buealaes boom is ne***- reforms, and the soner the railroad The eotee of th mlls and d
~.sary for the es~attom of ti Reta managers set their houses in order worked faithfully to save the SMSPUth
___ a$wamarilodingit of ama party, It has staked its all on con* and show deeds meet for repentance, tbut the Lames had gained tee & Stif tinned prosperity, which It arrogantly the better It will be for the public a head way before being iennNAmd
ag $1AA~gr ~mAery bath etthe laws, penalties must declarms is due to Its tat an sa and themselves. Instead of governbeiSm.Umi h orladtetal poletes-bresdows, thrfore, meet ownership, what is needed Is There is not the limt dob
erm mo te oriss en se in his woulM probtably bring politcal d4ss the divorce of railroads from politics. ere many years the Naltutent m gets & e hates to the ******ter. It is reported that It was agreedmetwlhaeoam e*il
~ ~ bep~oplhpta goedth alo by th cofrec tha if it bwome me t l ato me atire844
Iiha et civv8 md estaial law. seeer a Secretary Cortelyou SEEING AMERICA. raive oro po tate rights Ubu
h h s g es A m e oet ir a me a dtihe po s e. shU ld th o opes the doin s of th e meetbe s ortyo ef r ig t W
b~N W S.The ali_ fmsraie=*****M ntdSae rsay a everta "ek mrc"i erybcm egrrtswe a erb
Siho age e Ia sppgmahme a set* dollar that the vaults contain should ngsoepopular as a vacation pleae-siWrae whic ca es' beg
~ in~ *~ts.a of the railroad problem. Any te placed at the serice of the New are with sensible Americans. If we timiteen tea imhsli l
~ ha ~ ~ ,~ re.uanls et cane carriers must York baks. Whether the gold re. remember aright, there was not longtedsss sau.adKS
~~qe~uw of em ep in view the rights of the people serve of $15 000,0 ts also to be ago a Western eraalsation with the berfo Ntheaple ante
In the masamet ot reduced rate aster, is not known. but as every- to exploiting the senie ad other at- tergbig leaatsma the abMlty of the rallmeds thing goes with the present Repubts. tractions of our remarkable West. .0 &i TheSlO of the State to stad such a reduction administraio to gal St poielBat whether we mae Amrc B
Sin h tims-amee be **a=*ld*red. If the lowe rate ends. there is no reas to believe it or sond in our cross-conttnent trayput be db lm"tosbeeses seven below the setmal eat will fear to over ride an set of Cosrs elseeming Ameries is today a pps
~lig Begu larapW et operation, it is oeleestory and If that is all there Is betwen bust. lar ad saifigpesr to a do'
et sbai. We dge't wil be anafled tby the curts. nass ad po~tlesl troubles. gsee heretofore unattainable. The
g uiman; Sire isn or Thin is aM an academate, but a --- preece among us of visiting women
-. talag the ram at thm praedecal questia, ad seaible Judges PRWSERVE THE FORESTS. representatives of Tesas to whom a
eatwha meet far have se heMd. Jeag Munger, ot the personal knowledge et their fellew-a
iper sembate homne themia Stts dstrst enert in Mt* Tim fellowiag is from The American Americas remotely located ad et aBa tees a the State.* aw, rases, a tis ground. to Pery Press Buena: the lastitutions ad eastem of lif
gre as talgastles sogh by the rail- "Igse It as we may, the fact re- that are peculiar to merplhtasggM
4 seale to The ~saet Jemres rems to event the peteam lato o- mss that, in a vital sense, the futar* growth is a rare plaeas eure Plis ses
e Apaebleshi amees Se ema- set or a reems rose as trasports- ot Nrew mand see the South ersely th owing imn-ntis to ad ,iW
V c. 5P. c. age atheat ear ame i thast State. lge teek the smiSl depeends upes the saving of the for- persealy haw Ameuias. While w* he e supesimae to anes se sens eas easy a trial or the m ses apes the Whit e a Sutern speleaoe violtars with all the hiurts~to e 0apsat ssIrget. law see a camperissm as rewome A-palach*a NMantales. To seroy nss and erdinier peanatle to he
ad4 hw~~su..and eines wanti dimeete wheoher at was these forests is to dest*r the very New York temperameut, we see ______P
see memba sely has bemss sessesr *. thneer unemmi benaiattes spes which must be bult smred that we arseaem have awake
i.n...... ..-*-Si..- of .."** E S TE5DS!5
M ** Mryeree as Reaease se eopra l h "If anym idatle New Bagsm ad ties as nature ases at Sim* er
a eboe aesta tree m s a merias at 01 M th Sethb- lit inilbest ther aheald ad somee towas wbither ea ph*e
as e. who hel ear haw meeha embse reel that M Southwea Appleb ge~ags bend whim we tas baB
hbdeebs ine genery ee- is me eteUe -e ass hi' see Umtem is som -a ame we Ie seetos Ammies em or Sism


%ioiIii %%thII e. A .'k,4 lot fsas't

GONE TO REWA RD :ut-dA~~ ;s;,;:,4I:':;'''' BALLE TO SAVANNAH AN a f mjjj
e ii k~ledailM, i'taBell.~ August 21-A U3@difllU'5ble
traissimatr~.' s~s ceS clatit A .ta from the West passed tbrnglif
Venerable Methodist MniUster int.Said to Be Extr Fine Qumlity of 'sor 1fildit. dolig som dainige go
.it iosut ac iiiis r, It 1. .1 ti.4 1 fs'aa .0 14. tred a nd cottitn. deb-L i
Died 0 jackonviieNMonday. #ita~a~l,- s'fttlill. ;41141 A X Flondla ZiAng Staple. MIr Gasrrett 101ander. sold the AM R ep1I
r.'tfal fit" IIIt-. jlrriI-'*i 'i I hbnidrsed pounds of eliton hereis
W ASop BURIED IN M C NO YhiNVa14,1 lie kil %. &tl %* i o 11iD i l ail W AS IIIIPP ED M Y~ J C. HAILSE w ek. After a few lhtre stisg bids THE W O RK gU~~
W A U I D I I A r u t o's l f o r i j re :l h a t P-s v i t y s r b? olu r qea in g W ie r c h a s ta J A W a r~ d '
on Tuesday Afternoon Under Masonic I' ,4i 'out #) d""" ";'# 'le- life- To W. W. Gevo a Co.. weoghing 363 jsarehawed at his preium Iu-.? P..m 'Fft op pitmal--Sixty Years In Pulpit# As i. a.aaiat Ii.Itsestv sg Pounds1--Was Dryp and Generally "W" ft uDp"we
1 111114 a fsi'.eorft. with 16111, %a-i 461 .4OrPaults wy M atllw i
ss iti Organizing of Methdists .atfirzmaito oil riumuoh: 'Fo*sr los. t upro to the0 usual Bale'cansmyM.Wad'I an ..-g
i~ Forid li 164k. I~ ii tIriI4. t iii. ~4~ i,,..*~ihave to "get there sun if he bags an__inFoiais95 l# sCrsi e l e f .#I edat That Pont. the cotton. This inaa strung saw lit aPa
Be%.It y, tAY t- veter1ati i his ft%foritf- lynan04. 'Attlose lit *Js*-u. A Lw 1,-4,* 4,.~i, 1 g'ororai. aio4 petition arnd fMir pries for, etaim fth so
j;,thsiiIj,lre-at'c'r, who ha~s bteen fur! 'ali rv'Ioeatesl. as a child tIres o-d al fif'*':j. at itiio'ahat to&^ &"a~ Th. fields are showing up well wifh Wit "gy year lit the series' of the Laord i 4 ~ ~ a ~,ts ''ifoj te, it.- !r,*t in ttft5 nswte of the Bra'cy back. ua
ota ilis~it.'r. anid who a',sisled fi iit toherm asris to ,.a'. N.AIIi f urtlhii their fifeit fl (A fie's I*. Jones Byat left Ina we fer mi.,
she orafh*t1it of the M1lethodlikit Ioan tip itlo'e'i' laiS Aflotia tip thl, ft', aAA.1 wmarko-t. .Iammetowu MMd wI tame *0 alskjoev he 4"
Sp5C0111h1 Church. South. fit Florida. 'thei sdoa old wir thn Dlk-4is as the f',iklovig fr',a W&4apedays aftdl other comiseeal ecles regism CW* lo is Do niore'. haing died att his home hyesa Id)-.' folit'iuIa illx swf'P'A Tlii,. Iieof will showtbn i nwWileuppdgen &
is jack..oaasih'e 0a1 Monday. yeraI'lm.;aigtalg i"*I Tb' Girsg hal.o #A "o14a's No*S is. allml.
The Titfies-1'li11 of the 24oth inst rifleinx. dutiful wife lani nuher re' t risotti fiw the atam fA Ib..7! Mrs. isI heisd M bin v~
astefollowihat to say regarding j ilabt u.sredi e ~i' 'a'hd 84acanwait b u Xaawaing log her dsmsr, Mrs MOW.bbM
this dte~ it~ religious worker. lyv the unseen arm of her f.ord andi f'H66Asl,-d to, malm W W Gordo Mrs. Sileld wil spee a fuw wedii @IB this distinguisl'"d~ KInx. and by the tender mjnustratjitoisj a f "d 1aa i... pis y C. 'wth hem.IW#AJ40 w mI
which will pro~.t of. Interest to read-, of her orgyad** it e iohratJis, s
ons of The suit, as deceased was well IA large- frlom 1.'a~ile Mf frind Will ree~.
kwpthroughout this stwtiult. which thAs larne ithe oistenedi willu rad 7 ral. I'da Wto reafo, salin i os ahILb
bemdi* home for mnnY years': timii Wieiihmapee ye n Th0hl cclhgtarprsfmns6s Thme atd S e an&
maea flood of tender memories will goJ out Saanh we& of wasmally goodeml. hassies tnday.
--Rev. John C. ILeY. a Venerabl nIsn n loving sympathy to taosill w)'" It, of long sta~he. sadml wonas si an U T. Wallesre e -tn 11A 18&M
Of God auad minister of the gospel of mourn their loss In the departure of i n a*. mast~ VIVwI* it wi hedfrm Llellyes wbe be Me. hams 4960i jesits Christ,. passed wo his reward thi% trisly noble, and flood man." 1343 pfounds. was dry ad gemerally. an' the NNte in do kim. An from his little home at 737 West Mon- Funeral at Micanep. Superior to the usual hallot re"iv eatO of 0h Jubft hum.ftVO
Me street. at 3 p. mn.. yesterday. Aug- Thle remains were taken to Mica-at that pOLn Im__fe esba W
va it he -'Pb~yar f hltnopy on Tuesday. where they were I *'Wobat was ithiougbi would be the i s wees wit mdws ant m. P &%0
ar. laid to rest In the family buryin&ag Art& haUale o ldisa IWW to, esd to knwha d b if ftg 611141
Few me-n who have lived In Flori- ground In the afternou, under th-e'reachi Uavaltiomb this posea was d"e
du have litd and wrought to stter beautiful and Impressive, Mastooni nt- Iyesterday morning a" rea"ssin CIEN US
pilitiimthan he. Corning to this ual. Rev. J. L. Z. Darrn, a clos Savannah wore s the qeffec sa s
go" inet aweriteryb a n of 14-.wieI friend of the deceased for many years bale' would be -di a f li s ban o 495~ Wof 0%gi
v" eta eritry b ws neofofficiated as the minister. the coflee esehs yesteray a &*L- 7 bm 101
thartyone preachers who were pres- A large crowd of theo friends of the Ao~ A08= *Lw
MA at Wild assisted In the urnia deceased weres present to pyte Tebl a oi o o eetbtA e ~
am of Methodism to Flrd at a pa111yo thee l sile, a leg m at or e heneba be E weak ow we
reue which convened at Tallahas- Tosth bedreae widowan fa io h omhsCleem aeO' eUw~~u
To w arve wdo ad amlyThe hale was teta o wiln is umr C W. 111110114 1 1
see, February 6. 1845.'reSneedssneeymah. teebitaitwad e Lk h'
eFpr sixty yeaws be devoted his en- 'ro fts exed ies ytaty h akds twMbfgabs atbtfrA~litM 1
siles. hils manhood and his Christian MR. MERCHANIT'S1 DEPARTURE. Flrf Tb-t bk wa lw by j. D. W" egMtf
ssecration to the arduous labors of EL3. Wis of U- A. UM 86 b ___ -bblO6O~
a Methodist itinerant, and five years H"s Aseceptild Respeneihl.t Peelses on po go Gems. T. adwng 00 we -1te agl ad Nobo
woall placed on the 'retired list' Faut of Nil"~e Cellells. Mutmm minigs biiss m y of Wil 60 boo a f
feD of years and honoers, to bid@ the T. Curry Merchant. we of Mr. andi "J"s 910t ins e hais~ of Pe Mr. ai Uft iftf 1
messe of the King who should pro* Mro GereS ecato hsct.Iln euh sSyn nrd
ssma 'well done.' Ms ereI oeiato h iy sadbog sGvna om"atdO m
-For two or three yearn he resided and a graduate of [Davidson College. aftwles MON mat he asmftims UM UNN@hIfl 9 f UK 411
vft hs wif at teir ittlehomeat Dvidson. N. C., lat term. Mes beein but ft Is gamf b@NoWW 60 it ME.. UL XNO" Us i
with his wieut the Inrealittl hofim teudered, and has acepted., a respn- k'OSibto Bind gpUk as dhe pmmnf 4W OW ON -. 4Wp 4 n~
d" aoy buctated hiesn removal sible positiloon the, facty of the West go the ne elkes a 1lsi Cil. Nobef Us o a nces~atd isreovlHomer Uniltary Institute, Ofordi. N. "Thaba 21 wo haPO verne OM i6= d IL IL Mafem =41MO fieo Jackiam yule, where his children C. In Saves hat yewarne An i.I af s11liam. kf -i -rw~ 2W
were living. For two years he ba After'spending his vaesdlom her. rONG 4 GOargh and Clifs hum 1 111111P UM&
lied here, widely known and tender- Mr. Merchant left Tuesday for the din tb*00re 60b' llin 1a 1 1 UM D" Of IN lo 10
ly loved, hat very retired, shunningJaetw xofb HewlastoWW.era&Cs IIM* m br Vn d
dwpuil a fr s osibe ro hsvisit Washington. Balioe and other Airsllhale was freVioni andW oWrs. 60 aB bw her ne 78110 ifthereut sense, of retiring modsty' points, after which he winl return to ad hSaaa an Am 9 Ma m L. A. EN41o 6S qM
on the feebleness of age. Oxford. where he winl assumie the I yew theS bob waus m ewsn awba Is 0 f
"A man of wide literary attainmsents. chair of Greek aud Germamif in thep Georgia, and sane en Ast W. dAy =mb
well verse In English literature, Yet ifonr uinutum 3L A. Cbmm o
a absorbed In the Ptudy of his Bible, Mr. Merchant Is yet a very young a"m Ind Cetus. Miwata Sno dinviter fto
thaft his lat years were largely spent man, and his appoistmeest to this W0 Staseask Ga.. Awsuf 21.-The Du~W =4 4W So OEmL
IS pondering the pags of that book. gutiIs indeed s ome ofs whic u lcal sWpot mise wee damt&" Wili ali hm
awic glows with heavenly light, and himself, his parents and his &ll&d alstd at the same. pim whs have Mr&& -=l me 11M entrances of whose words giveth may feel proud. it goes without say- prevailled fan m rs eand 1016~ t b 1111111FNW M, 11111 1111111 W is personal diary shows that Ing that he will 11 the Position with psted males oe on" malms of Is Plt to do s NN Ow four years he has reSad the Bible eminent satIsfacts.n both to himef fuly mddlisg andl at ued illift Um I LP NO bougth, an average of twelve times and the faculty. wero le d ring dhe daF. mart" haI ve retumed
4m6h year. often taking copious notes ~ws egm .i e ~ i i~
is ottobeasumd, owve, ha -edst win halmd wem ists. tolwp-wi

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----lwwl r nfei two ofdtos slatikid Ii Negremes, Arraigned 0. Charge of NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR t'bermso Martin VI. V.p
11014 FIUTW M Tl Diect1441d1 Wad GanbMit-Three Acquitted. PATENT. for Av*t, Mtn,., aIaII11
IwtW T ET I~k~ There was an Interesting session of is- ha i par i thn
Si a atpotntAlterative 4W Judge MIammas cor Monday. si Notice Ishereby giitht i pr'Idart the deenat tha
Mc.pil ro ad td~flie or inviiwjrstnr nge.arstdb euy brfsiU,( of the Uniited states Mining r~deu of. &be stat of
esspectil nL rri, aws, W. N. Catmp. whose poetofl-c vot.ceia 'ht, oteo' VP5 a~
I a 0.p all the nitictt'y lnin tir.. Stoy and CliatI'les Wie'ilges at address in Ocala. Marion county. Flor. 'hr I% etweei!d L~oovir so42L
NiB u5u hnd.t as dr die 35551 lissatio. tri~t. Fairbanks. ujJon a charge~ of gaiib- ida. has uwade application fur taet~i 'n I'to MAO. u~ bROL arrigbd siwttd boel 41,1111 Mhelttei-1 n#ieot nse. ttof
pff OWLhef astar- ling, beiob rtmignad. for eighty acres of pilacer ground. sit. ner?1te, of a %uhtlon.fM Who w Wow "LAID O ROYA COOK akewoaffeea the The" ieicrss uvr Robet Mc~y. I hattd i tit*wCow reek hfitii Di %git' efendat. am that"no- % ove
bras-r A~s sleett hee
~SI ALL ON @YA COOK.Jim MIontginuery. Charios Wht rict. Aachua county. State of Floria 'si e'teue an to -a
-0 0 .* I an descrlied by the ollicial plat heme re'.aealred tit alsiswar to the liel
aMdr Wmit gron Wiulian siuada of id with p~oste'd. and bf the field notes I~' 1 ~~ 'i~ f t h
oil m, VW, a kbmw ?,10 IA.sza..t. A it 14e 1. nth, rwise tboe
-_b -ii I b SedN i aepherd liiney. on file in the' oilice of the Register of .of -sif ,IIIi os,,e ae, scntne
-@1 kihe 11Mr. Cook Did. of -otoer. ~yan ht h ntd States land offie land die. de-le--ast th .oftlm
I. fee&- Mutgomery.Mc~ay and white theUtilte, Iti tier orrierpe t t116od
an *Kosk:i*" until =ot]InA pleaded guilty, and were sentenced to trict. Gainesville. Florida, as follows, Ji ~ 'd~( "lcitwee' for ;o,
as 1121111 fneof $10 each and coto viz: Northeast quarter of Southwe.4t week-. I The i~s~in a me
Si Hd Os~ ~a~ a inequarter and Southeast quarter of llu1-'l-hwd !t ii &Q4e f*tat.
egi~~sixty dayis In the county jail. Northwest quarter, containing eighty 'r!lJ _1rd iA
of aw a" exciting runaways l~~ Irown. Huffman and Piakney. whiln1 acres1. and forming a liortion of the I ACekVrt1 %v
Gabosrm 1Wscowetime.arraigned. pleaded not guilty. anid Northwest and the Southwest quarter A true' of orsbripae.
mTrnI&i swab&ug askfim ba YOI eepaf Section four, In Township seven oh-~~ i wlfu..t "rtr'y
10 ~ iS htain thei on trialoos by jur. Aft South of Range fifttent East. Taliahat. H. fi. M A,4 %OjL.J~tdwr ur o
3m eleasms w be Siana Sofeetiv earn h evidence In the case the see meridian.
s wauft U4 drIve byupVawn "W"" Jury returned a verdict of not guilty. The location of this cinie Is record- 4 TY~ APUAhNgq
Y U~w m. sm.o "mmn.** somwor~ The jury was composed of D. A. ed in the offlce of the Clerk of Alachwbo Roert&.forman C.A.W. county on pages 62 and 63 of Book D"-[ itII orCT 5PcRat
Usihbwd a& Robts. oea; .A hms No. I of mining. claims. $40. L.%WS %m OF L4 1),%
mo lw ndJ. P. flauktilght, T. J. McRae. Sr.. Adjoining claimabtts are Notice 1% Ltohy rwis hat W, a.
lbS 111@mind be". -- Of bmt mi' I*, T. Z.etrouer and W.. J. Denby. Any and all persons claiming ad- g..r.,haqr (of Taxi vertiflete No. UL
41 0" umin a" WWII e BaerI axerrereene the vertwly any portion of said mine or ad the 7th day Of J111111 A. D. *l~f
~~~Wal Zg "bo 61ve Baker d& Baxterl~ represiendeendnt surface ground are required to il eerplctitka fe toan, dee asi
ans low tbio f t- e l their adverse claims with the Register aecewdance30 with law. sold
I .Atkinson, v hite. charged with of the United States land offce at brse% te tailowgdesofbip,S ISsdmea ~eiedus eafteut06g zaw5seo obstructing an officer In the discharge Gainesville. In the Stte of Florida. *S 'I ofLo. Mislay A Ildi
10 1 mei an s m y wres$ Of of his duty. waived examination and during the *ixty days period ofliiso USUli acre4
Iw winon beaegh 57 iue gav bond forg his aperac at the cation hereof, or they w(Ili be barred the o-ht4of touch beinraewat isUi
I tUUmi ~ of by virtue of the provisions of the of Unma n~hcr&a.i h
a iM m writing !t lh,6 I53CS next term of the circuit court. Mr. statutio VI'D0-t Psuld 'eftilicate %hall be
am we4at slu besie k w eI Atktiom Is from Micianopy. (Signed.) W.. N. CAT4P.0 e eimtIsday 4,f dw~ krA. I..
-0~m iolii ~ I By E. F. VOYLE. '.u 1v "M 'i~lsti tftu. ad "Ma
-- ~ md usaimmehamfu I jAttorney In fact. t be 4rd 41 ) of A us ft&. A D fo..
"a su" ow"to bing oup o glyericPosted In my offie, this August 01. W"W
warn ,. amr h T O Cu R A 1407. posted on the claim July 20.
amiiils eNames bornst Yo ca' 190. HERY~i S. cHUvr1.
901 tot 011 Ofm IaDNNSa -M Register. NOIC OF' APieLICATION FM Y
avg 0s: w Fre ItWI ksoMs smpmosldo lb ~ T mAUS M CElTI WiC' Tl OF AI'TIIIBITI. OO L'NDKR OF C3O '907 CU
69 ms~vu' "d tenslh6le a s5mi andy, re Noir. Notice its herehi gives thet a. C.
~* eelae su a i andrhlor 4)f Tax. theinag M06 @M.
y4aukmsb of~ksea t tit 4~77 4 Wahnin a Jl the tud 414T Of ScPtember. A. ft JIM.
I 6t h. I Ar7a!crtcwI.m (e.a a

son of no OIL DAVIS 300MI. Ai~ i n h to' the Litite-ir6~, it ha%. been nM*e t.)it ar-with aw. derAuld twrtifet onat4is
~~II NK in -t~I q A3 U *r het TIt v 4i:"lelr.1' in thmLe I concnt v. Flo Pr ka. towit:
No"_ M ade teumded visit ts the Ndrth IT Of' AIIn114 811( *4it -0 1*101418'~Ue. 1110 te' W We 4f 0' Xe'o Are. 10. Tp, 98 L 0- Ae w i t h ailelek l g S e t r to oo, f it i l -o.'U s o f h e %t t i o s o A l a n et n r lo a t e a t fts
S& -- PAOF. the 17n-te- %iite, riuro1 to 1 eoiiled I ~ fsc teagn th saw
YOM an Is Loking 8 -DW.ALDEANX&IPEAOE. viIthetfor t :r.- r e ist lo tal wtred

(B retrmedfroman extended visit toD 1C N T 1816.1 beeb hechritif, tis, "THYl' tWANF'1" oIb' it u)-a fit- 4sunour A. 1).1110?
'sw ad*~' wa at, 0 NATIO'4AI itiN3K 'in the- Clt ipf Gate 143% a o uv H. W1901.
Now TWL P~lailelphft. %yallbingtoln ile. t' th. C 'muntv fit Va mrhu. anrd Si.teo 4.N 11ts
101111" I Ofc ovrDuatton & Co's. SMLVlela t.r'~ e .aw'~e jai Ciei E'cirui C I ti A lares C..
*as doet 3&. am mte Jamestown Ex lion, and, GiesilPa Dmsof harkiti: n-4 p'rom%Wii Irs Se'mnien iq%-t $3 Ifs -iS. CURVES. D. C
ft. )oft"3Is ftoe his appearance, the PhbuuI st.wlisite b. ore Mumitce a" 'ti%ne of the Itew.ved-
bald 8 w ce proved of g5FtI I am at to him. in Talio Wite'reo'- st ne-%.m%- haindorand NWVrI1 O1" AIPLICATIOv,M I YAR
~ yaNhse~ Mr. Dtavis left this city about six DR. DUVERE B. MORRIE, ial T~ 1 K ANE ~ N~ m'i~ rcAfti
au ~ eks ams to company with w. i. D Deputy aIt' Aeutr'i Colnjs't.ider of the I ur' 45415ll. LAWS4c ortoitil)A.
Iewne m a W. S. MeDowail. The N..... ill4tk hereby invest that Atrmlrat
fieIS v Coi.. 1eAreballeris of Tax C'40 Ia"e
-0 wo Wopry IIled Norfolk Phldepi ,,DE TIT.. NU*TICI" FOR PCIILICATIoN. dated the *"w day of Juiv. A. D. S
I M" se, NowU Twi toebr oelsfs's ad011 tGievll.116 a certificate Is 1111 Ofioe. aav
'bIabetwe it. Davise reured withsT law bo deme efhre i
Notice i* herebyo iien that int CfmpliaflE!C lowingdetibed propertysituatedIs As
Is ot Wmabhgton. where he speut som Ofee eveirm Mr Fdtl's. PacUrnWith The prolo ili of the act Of C001111resX of entesty. Vku'ida. wlt:
______June 3. 1 ^a. .'etithA "*A a at for the %&I#l of lrlt It. Nalpir W-ant. Tel 10 ..a1116
-pim w e Umith Ixmms aId fredthe fitates of Califoria. Ore- The bale land he-tg &aumed at thie dewe
IO T B W R .ettetld t l th Io ilen d tt~ e su i Wthehau ~ olwlane ~ e .er M a e h
irift emf ite eor two egrasptios has bewo DR. ofST C.BWRS uaut4. 144l. William P. K611ght V;1d: Vb~ PA .t~tt G'b
Sae, fodmox ube Mhe Paft low deam has this do r fled is this offcc his sworn state' the $.%b day of A urt. ), 11111f
spur em or tWe o esoiasa. he fagk DZNTIST. meat 14o. ?IS for ft&e purwiaer of The 16% witiesa MY ~6.1 *aatee a"tmm
.ja'w* aod Wt of Setil of %.ectan Xa. the 1111611 di" of JOY. A. UA OL.
inr ta a fttovercoa mlad he 00111 Is. iTowsabip No 9 IA_ Ume No it I.. and if. U.wi0M~
MON* 0211@ in_')e Miller Law Exchasse. will offer proof to show that thte ln itmb i Is Sn id Clerk. Circuit C~ourt Arahsfl
hatallile. His nueru frind mrego valuable foe 10 tlabe or otuise than f or C~ KC16 R.
2 m to-Soan hm h- Imo. sldIra] 1'urpowe. saad to establish hiNo _at Ern Wealii Isw4101hmh00agi. lie Phone No. 30; Resienme oIN efrict. n ifr etvsde
anplesd Is "Jo him looking so 40elVe atinsville. Mia. Oft Wedneday. the NOT"ICE OF APPLICATION M3 W~
e ___- _ __ 0 da of Secptemher. 19M.
'WL Poll s---- te nsors as ofimne"Ges Il. J. IDirrwer Jack DUED UNDER aEtION 8 OF C&VM
00. 0 Alles. Kr Usmahica. C. V. olmes. off of No- Oft LilWill OF FLOIDA.
HaeMoved toGolieeville. Te 13. ---'8 -*1 An, 4101141 all tperuo 6111618Is advetely th o""e is heres 9ives tati W. a.
he 3 eiu a dha e mo*ahyve-dewotillei Widmi are re urie to ili 1rehear of Tax Crtaate
I IL Dl. Moft and bowhave coov-their clllms' l thi "0 oean oir before said Ulh "te use lda"o Jdh'. A. O f
"Mv ead Is ulaivlle, reasbas the ezce- ATORNEYAT-LAW. day of betitembet 19M. Illed Namd eeFrsulles in su S.
00d HENRY a. CHU H.L RV1gister him made, appealom for tan ded* I=*
here They caelo from wifiestos, G&I3SII&3, 7i.ii NOTICE Or ELECTION. "ed is A Inchess euimvVe~.
pi~ tLot Ia. N -a ierGrtit. 1111a~t L
where Mr. Medln Is exteoslvely on- An election will he heMl Is 1she l'Ire L'otta1'C The msid lad Ila asseed at the -w
is SfM55 f school house. to %ehoo 1elotr~ N. V1 of Afar tWe hismuase of me uerdets sem l
----- agid s te otinfator atlubei. eus costy VkoFlor-a on Thuveday. Seim- Mmw Nawy M9atses.
TheMedli famly ismow 41011%,ER Mlr A t IIO as RAYTR -e ___h l. fr the _.rws of -eemuu Us-e mad.riel he erie5




,JS Rl IAGdA" Has seen for More than Fifty Years ~I .a i m' m I me u3 Wj wJ9
.'jSTFRM '~~ Ia Teacher in Gleorgia and Florida. "d d s Banku in. Central Floria
IAzzaurna tliu..' %lho art, ut.adig the
IS iq n AtLantA Con15titutiOn- County Noral Ia this city Is~ Prof.I~ .kEW M m u
~~ ~lit t4'rmIt. pri.&cIlial labt er'r of the 1. F. DU1TO. oFnetC3s I [I ~ E f~ *'

As jignvd to the iameaa school for the; To[ ciei .QA
coggaitagI Cea. IN ClHAs. Ca I Full Paid S75,1 MT
P o ate wmi:oe of tlv'- oldest I S SIt~a m e a a AJ A W S
refruT rpnteiiy Aitatlors In the State. in hoth age BA KE S 3. u. .uooni GAIWNESVILLE, FL A-MAL9
*Idull t k. vr ft r the towni; aind exll rine fi has had an ex- WNllk J. CL Hiea
pJill th~At jug with elder- 1rienttc'e of ttehing In Gleorgia and F. D TURNL CO N Y m IT
ftke uthil~ax brown') tthi- State for a lieriod of more- than Iss
II half a century. during which time he DEPJXO RY W .YSA
Sigin- in tht- d1A)tinite ;ro~ed ino~t succroiui.ABakwo oku6mmenm 1wat"a wofac y*A41bts WIV
I~ aIn the niighat:; Notwithstanding his advanced age.
i'~i" rof.Pa ttvrsoni is very popular where- Ackw om b of iho u esmpwmi manos. ~m lwmi smpain W hmi
Roast ii. v gia t a ig t' %r he 1,; asaamed. and the pupils ad ]r w W M Paid Viso vea'l Miu of h OPMS.
"~oin 'uv r ri h 'a
A". giatroxie all like him and his system.
3m in every smokehouse
sweet enough for grace, SE M N T E TATZCN IR~* C11 remasso f 111%b
(yonder comaxes the fiddler- Iu 1-RMON inTE Is ismT of.S~.~Y etusuesegup
-o e a n a eBr l c y J. N R I!9 IC H O L P l01g ri ffl ags o f '0,0 se retary W ill a Ju ly 1- J L K e lly tem b i n
sutomohile." said Brother Ifickey. We need models a whole sight Wa.flng ,Pi,. D-. C.. AUg. 2'I----l Jun. ....................SIAS
toy de way dey pitching' folks worse than we need critics. a i ha w:l tat orr ~ pron __i, j.he linif J .em1P.
over di- country! An' V en a paine Try aiguin! Uve life over. It*$ to riliianus to return it .Ai 'mm......! le
gits in dey way dey don't no mao never too late to mend. an aten to Iha uow .lI- of tbtl. 1111 kotbem....
clinibin' It than nuthin''" Looki for success and you will And flrtit 1cgislative a~xewbiy-. Secretary Jul ". W. 9Ith. Deft
ddOtur.It-just keep a looking, of War H2~aaI. Taft left' i2 rt law's, ot. &L ............... HAS
Oass d f O iebt u t teyoo Not what we take up. but what we om Mhe Grtstae of the Journry. July 5--& T. Ifeederse ...
paed fhro e-h an ae waut t oourt-tm ke s ih W W )ichl, r.of M~r. Taft's of- W a~e W wars at. &I,.
Wen whrethesantsarewatingie u at iligaker; be nch sn ee andan attendant accompanied th4 hremy. ................ .
just the time he reached that shore Ieawlig orr;bntolysecretary. Mrs. Taft and ton Charter July "4. 0. [inMutrth hi beyond our calculatin'! good, but good f0o' somlethlig. will join the secretary In the Yt-liow- amount retWMe IV
What we a"e depends almost alto- stone park for the remalsaler of the Sutli Vb Asel~m. The Millionaires. getber on what we are looking for. trip, and Prod W. Carpenter. wecre- aproprauIae by
Wrs time to be thankful, If yuu're Certlinly! the man on the mountain tary to Mr. TAft, will1 join the party cmsliu WS,.......... SLIS Vft
and happy, when you read this has a longer day than the man in the at Bleattie, W.ash. July S,-W. UL Vlshss,
story of a millionaire: valley. 1Wlmia ,i-. ...... 0."68
w&e is worth $10,090.000. and Is We all make istakes at time., ft Des a sno he Cored Jul to-commay conb. dou S
y willing to give half for an takes all sort& of experiences to shape By loco -l aplesas& as tuhg as& sae. hr the hir of
te. and the luxury of feeling a life. Not flub~ the diseased pIntHsm -t sth din vistof1r the gar
when night comes!" Our noblest emotions and our rich-i. 7w' Is Oom way ciol su e ednm 06 3 .......... Lm"1 I" S
-est sentiments are born In hours of deft o 11111111 Is by esJWttm ul 15-W tadhes ...... UAWhs I
A Text fo Yeopes soro.* eedes. Deuboe is Oleedi 1W = July 18- inwb"ar. ow
-Tommustwatc outwbar deepst srrow labmad usmdlols at the imesii V& theo hine of 111n ae
YOumUtwtc u wa The over-careful mind of necessity la ,at~ the esleifi taa bl id WW Wm
in dl. worl'." said the old col- is always tin~ged with doubts, fears tj tho liihillilloi ft b&Vg &m VWW il ............... 1.4"6
preacher. 'Even de devil won't pessimism and cynicism. 0 Hogs asd or Imperfes bosiro and July W-4. U. 0 5. p J.
too fur In d".p water for fear Ia lotsr tdpnso rnf aqdWd@Cdffss t P.Cli 11106 o
&e wil be out!" am amssueIdeedon i ar ulsddab.i P. ea fl.stpi
-yourself whether you raise an angel se iremit. sl lj=d fl.iilli. Ml bimlry ............. 16*
-These fine summer days," says a or' the devil In that boy of yours hisciii e alles es sad thin Ube July 21-4L W. SmLl
editor, "were enjoying life under This lie Insno blot-it's mo blank. tallre to No 1 -ma eseillie., ham. (Note11am), *..............M
*aedy oak tree., with one darky to It 18 ovelwin with the rihest be wIN he da re linw; oft Jul 31-a iroer, usl.
m and another to pull the mint mapoing-and it all means something coses @4 of ate sm.. siod Ow s wb. hrm wil=of. vi pui the juleps!"godI ak owb MNAO em. ebel.........1$1"
-I know a great miiany sainat who ermma th" iiiissli embeini
The Destovs Opinien. are experts in comliitting you go the We w3 ot Oeindnd Ddh 'tWlk ................ "W e~m .
A Georgia youngster has thisao s~c ionie of God and lumoeralases in#WM OM at dab.. (Omd y DMV4e ..''. d~
chronicle on his 'Dladdy's Day showing any mercy themselves. I citoli) tht eum" he s~e by
Hazten slowly-don't lose heairt.l Itft *alllf Elf Sm #Wma inV. leOt I k An&
ow went Ishin' yesterday as' you have to put your Iran an th0 A&n 11101 am so, Nu".......
I Sit home till mighty 15e, with vil twenty times, whale the diE.r 'J L =UUTa 00. Tole"si 0. saumies 40 M
a jug. an' no fish. Maw met him ce-Just so the we d isn't bleak? 11111 117 190 6 enral took ...... *.... amS
lbs door, an' now the doctor says The huel that the angels commit Take Raft F111ldly Ifh r likedt911111111 ........ :0
be able to be out In six weeks.- no sin Is largely due to their inroind- VI- a"d fOrItlsl to kd... I,
ngs. That same envlromievt down A Dllegulelsei VWsto. 1111111101 took. ................
ysM a Georgia pilosopher: "There here would make angels out of the The 1P. Hi. Cralg"n rese Of GOING ............... IN"
'1 uch use In se riding tracts to last one of us. Holy Trinity Chunkb Gainesrills, P116 I
heathen for when the Are soet Have you just simply robbed hIm was the g-- 0 th uoy2. T. J. Pu, DuUSP.......... W.9M
hat for 'em they'll make tracks of his Ideal? He may seem to twi'gst due l a k. He onIn the inter- IL ILV~
emogh!~ about It: he may act the 89ame to YOu, eft of the Vien's Theuhsinki ngwi edkCu Iin-Ibut oh. how little forgvenes couts ig Ow misslem, w1111s11 Is I* he Wo.
9ft Wisdom of a Day" is the title when a star goes out. nsted meft Osatar @4 thu Gemeal T= IV".


Rev. F. W. Car filled the pulpit at city considerably indisposed. sufferfuS Thee will spend the greater part of ftyPay.S e typewfri "ill he FIW Baptist ehereb Sunday mwrll from fever. 1riends hope that be will their time as the St. Lawronct er.bee 00 the nallak f oba
In mAn evenlg. ma at both eruvlci m be out again. During the absence of Mrs. liroughton. Sum ocge, 76 Owle wa pgjo with wool UOUtO B. Johnson of Atlanta. Ga.. spent who lso ma~tron of the Odd relkiwsa Mr. and Mlr& Viobeft Wisson
V"s wone deeply t t In the Monday in this city as a guest of his Horne. the loosition will be M"le by, reut frmX1
sableal. Dr'. Carris an Impressve sister. NW*. W. a. Newbern. Mr. John.- .rs. Br~iggs!. hav1ben fr h pstu fereay
~ 6S an Ineretlugepehe? se is a locomtive engineer, and "a* J. E. Ackley exioects to mnake~ his a iit to relive*. a"~ fjinda
v ~~~, ~ ~ ~ U. 11. and C. A. Illa of Ornge heem to Tampa and other IoIuts in departure toda., for &At Hiampton, IMr A.& ai-au
Heights Uwe among them Who Ome! South Florlda, on a vacation. Conn.. wh#,rt- he will join his wife. Mis F t1.. av gonet
-OCA inin sa whili her busness toave Th George Taylor of Palmer a alIn the % ho has betan Lere furt the Piat twO wherv they were c-aik'eSAg acm ald illi er m- ohae hecity yesterday. Mr. Taylor recently tuontbo or more. Mr. Ackley origin. the daho ~t~,Jsp
San m& t ther adrie. Thy sol90 his horse -Membriso rrank." a al ly am from Connecticut some, et f- eaie up
ad 18e 101I0 emeN. with the will of Charles! pedigreed animal which was a pise- thirty years ago. and his return to sFriiends of Mrs. Wade Thomas
.% i h~ 101Wr 111 20y at Orange Heights. winner at the Florida State I'air, at hius old homne after so lng a peritid ~otoh Iertt er
Whe Oum UhW OWW Ube 8"he Olmotend an acconap- Tamps. to "r J. Carter of Newberry. will no doubt he pleasant. lie wilt Mohe hja %IIIt ill at ome et
ihed yon lady of Alachua. spent IMr. and Mrs. J. D. trlugfeliow and absent until early fall. ,that eshe %Ill soon regain her
11111 an Od @u=day IN this city am Go.lenn. "ef yesterday for the Robert Patterson. who hadl an o;.era- health. AN* o"wfth Mesh mehng departure North. where they will spend a month tion performed for appendicitis. Is Te Misses 3Meanb of North
,MNOY far imvwusm5 where She or six weeks. They will visit New getting along nicelY at 40* hoie in-11 acgmet pralr
me 11 Go" he0111s1 a5 riNPeMSM PitOM As n York and other cities. Including Washk North (laiev ille. For a time Mon- 1 iotehe oint inot Carolina.
mo of she ahistal odee. Iaton. Norfolk and the Jamestown day the physicians and others realized there wils ipnd Soth rmde o
T. ~ Nun r. U. W. JSkMa b" returned KXPasitims that Mr. Patterson's condition ww they wil tendteandrO
Man a T" I* brathorw. fev. J1. l.. mgaeth plkgnb re. anything but favorable, but the young hae em
3L Deemeau, a& Ummpa. Finds, twroe from at. Alagustine, where sh man.l who has a strong phy sical con.! Bargains! AVRginS! Jin
g ft %W USt he gftd to learn that has bee. as a gues o1 release for inchlou lanrhtea~.Mllied n ferygad-Tob od tcf
do In 1V613 bal d Siw ll r the past tow weeks. She was accm- very hopeful for his recovery. inchd lalwn, whall and. ie
-- saed IV beft NOW by a horse Vling a her reunby her inial Mrs. 0. J. Griffin of Hampton, who lag e lsoe. Casl and A. Gefor.
OM mSNtOW 810 aOW that alheM Visa m Tarliasky. who winl remain has been herea a visit to her sister. iseswee r.&A rg
10"litla"v 12 WW able to vaW withet thet aid here a her soest fer some time. Mr's. H. P. Holstein. has returned to em -, lu
Vim-4 o ftbm. 0. IL MWfean an d~bn MW he hoe Mrs Grfin was J oine P.A.raikwendind teCitn"
with Mrs.U Charim IL 0~13 -n Margart and Sulie have reur here by her husband, mad they return.ofPrdsweeith iy
011110I 10 heCity for af shet timelO Sub- ad Item Ilea 3Bc. where the ed together. Captain Griffin was very day They were on route home Ow.s da n frAO kam tbl boe In have bee.. fur t"PO tow days r. much surprised at the rapid advance- ii oteJmsonE V111111 00 OftCs far a exboasd vikto Aani. eegantmg They met a grant many meut of Glainesville sinc, his last visit, New York and other points. wAn
ea l as. aw ~ PON" Mr. carsr. vhms GfeevUl people at that poI M and congratulated the city and its Pl ar & 1110 time.
1111011111 Is api ool sanw In e d lw o a which Old them feel at hoe. people on the enterprise apparent. E. W. Hayes of Tyler was a
de me Aftml ON Aaat L13 e MkralHakisofAlcha.a Marshal C. H. Criankan and Deputy visitor to this city yesterday.
to~v ft. hen m wemi Y ~a no m Jcele awi Aoba andhgl Ineiet Sheriff W. M. Burceh of Micanopy Hayres, until recently, has beegl
Mae~~ ~ ~ fo l M ,m sa fra h a" yng lady ofE Almehus, in here attend- were in the city Monday. They caee hin th old tol thlien
111111 sn Wbin Seedb leg the Coty Noral Um Hawk. as witnesses In tae case of the State hsbohr u odt h
T. su low M W ~e n u be Wig 595 as eepted a school In POW Va.E. D. Atkinson. who was charged TraSding Company.
ID Vhf hi meeh naf Sy bSV Sml h a s adbrwt resisting an officer in the dls- Joseph Sylveste of ak
Am bm e m 55bd to look a bl many rleads trust she Will have every charge of his duty, but did no have the city yesterday. Mr. BYl
WO so" 001 OR __ bea Oo SWOPS the opportunIty to give testimony, as Jus returned fro Sanford. W
W* AD go~ = en inie~ of by ft bin71 16 by mes.. er. a A e defendant waived exambnatlon ha % been for the pas t~w
"AO~i m a 8 U of -- v df 3ft ae n ItL -' vhsaspr and gave bond for his appearance at riends will reWe to learn
13 wS~ .4g aleuly hewevr y left of Abablbs. woaprsthe uezt term of the circuit court. isuergfomaatakf
me some able ft13 do& F &Mm WO aa7' h r2 Snae VA IFrn Il ;of George 1. lDalg will me Dr. Armstrang. the well
960.ub he Wil %f a few daew Yam alal at th onyNra.Ms gist to learn that he is stll sick at Jacksonville eye speciflist, 1101
"mads -40 ane affedth hel Pibeer ban away friumds In thsciy his l~ae. after several days spent at vised as again, that owing to
'~ ta at of hm winl be delighted at th Worthington Spring*. Mr. DoIg had great Increase in his office
p49 of Uahm WWn S eg tyt et e g a severe sbcess form below his stoni It will be Impossible, for him 13
'1111011 Ul viz mm fa "W ames aeh, whichk has given hm an abuld any more professional visits en
3 U" iar yelll~l a ba. M H. C. Detuadda~fthte, afet ot trouble. The albes was .1road.
All"o n the a. A. VA. ra&l UM Joseph A- Ettl. have VetruV. lanced. but all matter was not remov. John Ambrose, prescription
5= lil oetlyllln WVlta S While S1111ing111 where they have ed. and It wiln now become necessary the store of J. W. MCCOlanm
owm do the n somm l Wve been ft a plesat Visi to Mr'. an to reopen the wound. Friends trust has gone t,> Waldo for a few
eg bn.& --- aR inal Oh Joh W. 111111 of T Hailon thathe wil be all right In a few days. He wil reiv Dr. AndrewJo
vo a a" SOW heam ufl1m weIn. 71 "hair r a deNghou time. am A. Abramns. who has been with Idruegilt who, with&
ug 410111 d"etknd f bne'. many pepl fi'UUI WI~ his family residing in the hom oeu friends. is *pending a few days
I" so 1 3 t o th at he WORN have pl hr as1gth uebhts ued by his brother. J. K. Abrams. Ing n the Gulf at Cedar Key.
9W a deme 13 take the castact to Mr. and MMs L G- WoOa lef during the latter's absence. has moved lAos Morris has returned
OMMs a 1135 m 11 ~Moa. yesterday for New York and other into comftoral urers at the homne Jacksounville. where he basne
__m kf tam: 951610 ball en thei mi vamthu. Of Mrs. Thrasher. His wife is tkow the Past few 0ee"s 061p514ed
ft Mimm MIS a w bl absent. visiting relatve In Savannah. C. Djavis & Co.. the P'&yhik"
11m a viii to the Jamew a-.W. but expects to return In a few writer people. as a city uauidW.
ft days go"C.*JK Abram and wife will also Mori 4etlde, however, to
mUdffti kR LA Nobaa "knmi me W IIT return about September 1. Mr. Abrams his friends here, all of whomn
m 0 eth e b eeidsmtsOf the e~llllilkY, E has boem an a visit to the furniture glad to welcome him again.
____ el m Oij~s 1'1inds In this ity yes-IL L markets of North Carolina, and. as J. 1. Griffin of Jonesville, one
so*o 01111dy monewe of the GainkesvIlle Furniture most widely known and most
So d w JwMrsIl o weabo Company.hsPucae a flu lin farmers is that section 44
WOW ft b veluned to he after a hew t oE I of goods for the fall trade. cut.wstaigi h l
heana Visi to Kim3le =vAwnuhuit Afrma 7NM&h W~d Sq.IkiV.%: tansay. Mr. Orifin Is still
i3 s i .___________ Irish Potato seed for ae. Hague with the aid of a crutch. as the
ed at IL 4L ay. th aa strle aper.m. Strickland. Gainesville, Vla. of Injuries received In a runaway
dW et of im""i. kmw of th Or at 0. w. Maile and son of Mantel Newberry more than a Year age.
G .. G & a e as transac in ais bs were trading It, the city Tuesday. 0. A. Beach of Walterhmuo
-13 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 111 111kei~ itnay f fl hTIOf W.~r M.Bro.J. ftso a i n thoecift. Mr. Reach