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Title: The Gainesville sun
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Title: The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Twice-a-week sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 10, 1907
Frequency: semiweekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived Monday issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection; these issues have been reproduced within the run of the daily ed. for the years <1905-1909> when the daily was not published on Mondays.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079930
Volume ID: VID00257
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32993937
alephbibnum - 002027045
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Other version: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)

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ORCHARD CONTINUESHIS yet 1f Haywood will go on the stand with, the law, be granted a permit. to
defense. Ills counsel carry a pistol according to law. ACCEPT

say they; do not know that this will be That whereas, J. B. Sheffield, having

CRIMSON STORY ,necessary' they* as can they; discredit have so much Orchards wltbw'ch COUNTY SOLONS permit complied to with carry the a law repeating, be granteda rifle IF HE is NOMINATED'

f testimony
according to law.
'..Almost Every Crime In the Gal* Mr ?rrow expects the case to testentll That the clerk of the Board do l
August I, but the general opJa- The Jane Session Was a Lengthy Appreciate- Action of
end to the Governor at Keystoai
once a copy
f:<. odar ,for,Star Witness Ion or'coun'" Is that It should be and Interesting One.
of the proceedings showing the over
concluded State In
within five weeks from now. Indorsing ]
r. J' .. drawing' or not paying out of the expense ,

is MURDERS, ; BIGAMY AND ARSON MANY BILLS WERE"-- PAID money by I.. J. Knight Justice
-. ... e of the peace. Justice District No. 2 of FOR THE PRESIDENCY;

: ,.A*/to the Steunenberg Murder Or- on Fifty this county. In the case of an Inquest '
Crops About Unlt'ed
farms Were The Sum of $10,000 for Good Read State Senator Says i Ht Fly
.ehrd Swore It Was Plotted by tiay- :Totally Destroyed. over an unknown person, and that the

:. W.odf.Pettlbon and' Hlm.elf-Hay Greenville1', Ga June I.-A. fierce and $7000 for Education Transferred Governor be requested<< to remove from Not Souoht the Endor.ement-Tht1"

.wood Appear Unconcerned.Boset western hailstorm struck this 'countyat From the ,Fine and Forfeiture office the said L. J. Knight. City of1 Washington. Greatly |Inter
4 o'clock Thursday afternoon, entering Fund-Other Matters. Itemized estimate for tbe fiscal year sted ln-the'N'"", ..

Idaho, June 8.-Harry Or- the county; on the western bor- 1907. special tax, road district No. 1, n
Tuuesday, June 4,
',1" vfcafd; crowned 'his admissions of der near Odessadal and passing I Alachua county Florida: New York. June .Unltei StalftJ[

'::* rave crime: Thursday when, Ontln-- along the trail of the cyclone; that'vU- The Doard of County Commissioners Hon. A. C. Croom Comptroller of Senator Philander C. Knox [of i filial

rNMls( T; hi* case against William n, iced Orocnville In, 1893. The storm met this day.ln regular session. the State of Florid, and tbe Honorable Sylvanla, has announced hU wui6j.

4tii/eywood'. he mad: an ,explicitly deeonre..lon was accompanied 4>>>y a strong wind Present. John G. Dampier chairman; Board of County Commissioner ness to become a candidate for the

: lied, of the murder of that uprooted many {trees and terJfio : W. J. Mathews, C. C. Pedrick F. F. of Alachua county Florida presidency in.1903 should the RejutiUean

VVa I k: Ste'ineaborg by an Infernal lightning and thund r. Its track was Paulling and J. P. Townaend. Pursuant to Chapter 5239 of the party see fit to nominate uim j

.t. f*tchlae, that dlrectlr' open the way about one mile wide) The loss to The meeting being called to. order Acts of the Legislature of Florida Senator Knox's position was mate

Hr"ht' own conviction>j ad' execution .farmers is etlmated/at 150.000. Hall the minutes of last meeting were approved for 1903, we, the undersigned road known In expressing his appr>cuUoi'.
tor 'the fell In such quantities that It covered : of the the
offense, He:; swore that the without reading. trustees of SpecialRoad Tax DistrictNo. Republican Ita1convent104 *
..vat0inatk. of the ground to depth of severalinches. at Har.rl.burg.'I'h.a'
Bteunenberg first : fll
was .
The following bllla were audited, 1, Alachua county Florida which
r. uggested by dorsed him as a candidate f,>r oJ''
Haywood wag Jointly that :
found correct and said district Is territorial co-extensive
,. ; plotted J by Haywood. Mojer, Petti Crops or'co'Uon and corn ,and gardens ordered paid: Oce, '. S
na and &lmc.lf( was financed by 'were totally destroyed on about S. Wienges., auditor, $40t1.. M. with Election District No. .10. saId Senator Knox, who Is Etoppingat W'

)wood and' :was executed by him* fifty farms. Torley, guard at jail. $21$; '),1 ses county and State, submit herewith our Waldor1-.\Horfa.. learned ct his nt'

f1MIf, after: the failure of an attempt \ Sherman Janitor; $30; Southern Bell Itemized estimate" for the fiscal. year doTsement) by the. 'HarrUburg cjnrn-

whlpa Jack BImpklns! had parttctpted Capital, Stock Must Be $100,000. Telephone Company, service, S7; 1907: % tion, through the preua d'.lpatcbll.l

,? ., Atlanta June 8.No life Insurance East Florida, Telephone Company, Amount, of money necessary for Having read tbe including I.Il iV>"i

-.1.., Orchard lifted' the total of his ownX&urdered company can engage in business in i i I service, $2; Direr Ida Etreeper, Carr ,hauling hard rock: material $800; tract of the platform adopted b

.; victims to eighteen! detall4 Georgia with a capital stock of, less ,I of Charlie Wise, $20; S. Wienges, amount of money necessary for gradIng said to a representative of the A61fo'

"".'-e tb circumstances, under which be than $100,000( )( according to a decision Incidentals $!7.05; S. II. Wienges, in hard roads $400; rate of millage elated Press: i

tried'' tourdfr Former Governor : rendered Thursday by Attorney General I dlctment furnished under Section for fiscal year 1907, nve mills; number "I am deeply sensible of t'n; grin'

-JPeatotly,, Judge Goodard.,Judge Gab- John C. Hart, In response to a 2901 $12; Gainesville .Gas and Electric of miles Gainesville and Gulf honor done me by my fellow Reu)-|

': ,titan General Sherman Dell), D. H.Moffatt request from Secretary of State Philip, Power Company $5.16; John C. alias Tampa and Jacksonville railroad t I Ucans of Pennsylvania !
<' and Frank Herne. |ndd nt- Cook Under! section 2013 of the civ. McGrew\ supervisor registration 7.6 mile; number of miles of Atlantic "In their' convention ttnprsed u(

p. .Ur &e confessed to a plan ''to kidnap 11 code all 11 reinsurance companies are $16.67 JTS Bod I ford & Co., medicine Coast LIne railroad, 11.5 miles; number delegates elected directly by LC1: pw-:

':'L Yea child of: one of nit former associates required to ban a paid In capital ofUOO.QOO fpr; poor farm. $9.30; H. H. McCreary of miles of Western Union Telegraph ' pie, they hare Increased my maul'

; invested In good -securities publishing report of tax collector $2, Co., 19.1 miles. obligation to them by coupling wttk
i' Then, under cross-examination', such as government bonds. Mutual the endorsement of tbe admiration at
by '"' H. L. ,MONTGOMERY
and J. B. Fletcher, care of poor farm, $50/ ;
t the defoD-MJ. Orchard co-operative companies arcs of Theodore itoosevelt the iUu
confessed ,
guilt J. D. MERRY,
li ft W. B. Drew Company, Ink 6.40; '
t Baird Hardware Company sundries (
{ fug his young cArtd, and wife in 'On --- r.1 "I have too profound a sense of Ut
tar 16... fleeing to British Columbia with K. of p. Convene. at Jamestown."Norfolk.'Va far road. 111.83.; sundries and, roadwork Committee. dignity of the chief magistracy ad tot
Hattle ,, June 8.-'I'he" su- '$852.79.: J, C. Evans, sundriesfor 1 ul
Simpson th" wife of another tntlmattt-a. knowledge' of its labors
premo assembly of the uniform farm. ; H. 0: ""Mason I WALDO IS PROSPEROUS.
man, and committing bigamy by rank poor $915. responsibilities to have Bought! thin
'marrying> a third woman at Crippler Knights of Pythias, convened In annual examination of lunatic McCray. $7; endorsement. If,.however the wlahs''
:creek. session at Jamestown expositionon Pepper Publishing Company marriage Is Now Being Lighted With Acetelyne of Pennsylvania Republicans and th*

Tnrough the shocking details of Thursday. Two amendments were license book for county Judge $5.75;. Gas Which the People-Enjby., reasons they assign for their action

;murder. plots stories of secret bomb offered at tbe opening session, one I* \y. Fennell, guard hire, horse hire \ The good people of:the town of Wai ahoujd commend themselves to 'ltl; OH t

making and details of man hunts, changing the style of the uniform and service rendered at spring term do believe In prosperity and will no tlonal Republican convention, I vault

", !.with Mwed-off shotguns and infernal bringing, It nearer to the standard of circuit court $321.ctV.; W. Colon, longer have to experience the habit accept Its action with full apyraditlon -:

Machines" as weapons, the witness the United States array, and another compiling agricultural statistics, of falling over blocks, goods \boxes. ''of Its Import." J
treat. In the providing for a. revision with radical $18590 W.V.. Colson commissions be *u1A S
on same quiet offhand ; etc.. on their way home from a friend Senator Knox added that
'; jraanner that ,marked his demeanor on changes In drill regulations. These ou taxes. $:.05 i' W. It. Thomas, haul' or from a night' shopping. Have nothing further to say at pry,

."' 'Wednesday.; were referred to proper committees.Doth lug, $3; J. W Brown plumbing etc., Recently. an* acetelyne gas plant concerning his candidacy Aecoa-,

Ida voice dropped to a lower 'key amendments ire favored and at court house $30.90. has been installed, Including a plantIn panted by Mrs. Knox, be ta ben

(,' ,*. the pitiful. story Of the long bunt probably I will pass at this session Ordered- That under and by virtue I the Waldo House of which W E. visiting friends. here. 4

,'". -Steunenberjf narrowed down to Solomon Qtts Freedom. of the act t>f the Legislature of tbe : Thlgpln Is manager. Mr. Thlgptn, appreciative June '
!title last day and he told of the: race Washington, 8.-'I'be u.
State of Florida for the 1007 of
year the service, on Wednesday
Atlanta June 8.--After
II" -from' the hotel to ':!i. home to beat being constructively that. there be nouncement of Senator Knox, toev
appropriated from the
lMprhe.1' his evening gave a dance which
freedomfor was
K:. Ills victim, with the death trap and fine and forfeiture fund the I largely York that he would be ,.willing to become .
sum of attended and the
twenty-two the result ofa
't'be meeting la the evening gloom, ;years aa young people a presidential candidate la UOj
bond holding to answer for a homi $10.000 to and for the use of the road "Waldo and vicinity are under obli
,' :
as the victim walked unconsciously If the party nominated him,, crntfi j
'to hi' doom. Through' it alt toe cide. Mark S Solomon a well known fund; also the sum of $7,000 fromlIald gallon* to Mr. and Mr*. Thlgpln for much interest here. Mr Knortnouncement ear.
Atlantic Coast fine and forfeiture fund to and their '!
Vioced Line engineer, was hospitality. !the
\ but once and that waa whenthw was communicated to
,. defense wade 'him name his .lxi 'rhursday: given his absolute freedom for the county school fund, said president Who read what, t eesaa''

staters and his one brother, vend\ give by action of the prison. commissionand amount' having been derived from, THE COTTON. CROP. had to say, but be made no coma1,
the governor. Solomon's cases th* hire of State and county convicts. .
their residences la Ontario and New thereon. .
'i. York one of the most remarkable tnat Whereupon the board adjourned. Indications Are. That Yield' Will be
.has ever come to the attention of the until Wednesday morning. PEABOOY'S LIFE THREATENED.
Tao defense ought the story with a Heavy the Coming Season.

,' ,multiplicity of objections; and sue- prison commission : Indications are that the "Fermir Governor RecelV'fl
;.' I Wednesday cotton' of Colorado
-oecHleti in heading off an attempt to June 6.
One Wreck Wlli yield during the coming season will Anonymous Letters '
t :tell tbe story of the' murder of Arthur -1 Die I The' Doan of County Commission-
be one of the heaviest in this Kansas June *.iuaxt BPeaeody. -
.Collins at and'teluwrarlly Nashville. June. &../Tbe wreck "convened section City.
Telluride -
: which ocurred on the Southern rail era this dar pursuant to of the State for several year former governor of COW,,
shutting out the cou.t.or
adjournment on Tuesday. Present *
; Tt> WednesI Notwithstanding the fact redo who Is heon buslnew, W
way near Lebanon nn. that this
:4 *,tot * receives! and telegram) sent J. O. Dampier chairman ,\ J. % )
: Mathew section the" : had elate tHaywood .
ky Orchard after hU hrreat. t I ) has been cleared away and reg of State suffered along Thursday night that he
the state Butj!I I ", /tar traffic has been resumed. There *. F. F. Paulling. C. C. Pedrick: and dlsastriou drought affecting trial In Boise Degas, rvcelved
!t.:1b.1"eat. manage to'get and J. F.
'. tn: Ita story Intact ,1 are twenty-one victim of the wreck Townsend. I all crops, the cotton stands while_ several anonymous W)

#, ,There were the same precautons and In the hospitals here, only one of The following bills were audited, i omewh||| late, give promise of a tbraetening his life. He sad b.111,

;the. same armed guard U> protect I!I -whom. Mrs. R. P. Mattox. of Gran found correct and ordered paid: I prolific >leld.: This is especially true paid no attention to the ietten Iwo

.., ,Ore-hard, and the same court room][ Title Tenn._ whose 'spine was crush- Work on road. $$630.25 J. G. Damper as regards the West End and the cause they evidently; did not tom
Led it la thought, will die. Her expense to Tallahassee Inter from responsible
,I 1,- that con In Alachua sectlorf.where those sources
slime except among the a t&I j In a position
I 1 dltlon !Is serious. est of county. $20V.. J. Matbewes. "It would be injudicious ol.Ei
r\;Stir.[ the women to man were aa two to know state 'that the crop very
expense to Tallahasse In interestof pan to make a statement about tai
'1; .*o one., I wilt be exceptionally good *!
', J. Bacon county $20; 11. A. Thrasher at. man Orchard's testimony. or a'*
Orchard nnlshed ,his, direct examination Major\ Dead. sr, .
': at :*81S o'clock and the cross ex- I Albany, Ga. June ,,*i-Last: Wednesday tome for commissioners $I21.2Sfees How People Lose Their the Haywood casecontinued t4 ''
Mtaatlou bad only reached down to nigh. at his 1 om.' tn Th.4conII -I fn Inqueat case. $96.60; commission Money. Peabody. "I've been subpoen* !%

rte Coeur d'Aleno day of 1S99, when 't ton, 20 miles south of; this place, raalary" and mileage a* follow: J. By concealing It'about their person; m' witness la the case and *"',
5' the court 10se. II occurred the death of Major' 'ft. 8. O. Dampler. $23; \V. J. Mathews, $441 by stowing It away In mugs Jug and waiting a telegram catling me to

:;.Counsel for I lay wood claim they I Da con. Ills death was due to a general C.:C, PrdrtCk. $1$; riFe i Panlllnx. $40J: Jars; by sewing It tap In skirt and to testify. I wish I mla ot 1.

.ritl, be ,able tq prove that what Or breakdown from oM 'age. 'Mafrr J. ,,F."..Townend. $ .. ', *.t rti; i tick; by tacking: It under the couches I what mr testimony will>? be aa3 v*- ,
;. : 'Bacon close to eighty old. Ordl&rt4-Th.t and carpet. In cupboards and I know about the ease and tiew !1'J'
,hard baa stated la untrue. 'It is was year ta ,bond of Mary ,J, belean dote
even clal nod that they will, or can I He waa the uncle of Senator A '0. Patterson, a* notary public, with A. 0. ; drawer: these are some of the rious threats and charges, om / --,
"' produce, people) who will say that Bacon, and was one of the most prominent Steenburir and 11. L. Phlfer aa sureties, I ways by whfa-h people Lose ,their want to do a thing: that. couii b I e ;,(

YA they thuietv committed murders clUsens ta sotita Georgia be approved: '..., money, and flow-elm their live*. trued la the light of trying M*-;

-ot ...which Orchard accuse* Mmself. I I That 'the bond of W.' 8. Bank aa How People Save Their any prejudice ta. the Haywood -
..11&004.1,. man whom Orchard Bond Election at CeJumbu / Money, 1
a notary public with 8 Jr. '
j Thomas and By depositing It in a Fell t.000 Feet* D .h.d t. Pt '
picture as ,the area conspirator. |[ Columbus: Ca. Jane J.--CUT good reliable \
: T.F Thomas > surotl .
r su M .
approved. bank < hO-
council has election for Confident that this bank Barcelona Jane S.-As
V stbows little rn."Isar even. laughs ordered a bond; That fully wort.
the bond of \VIII J.
"''Ogtrjpt when ashes what he September! 10 'on 1h: qwstlon of 1s- GaHoway. meets UM public's need; w. tender Ctreseo r ; .thuUj t,, J1otal'7'public., with ).(. }t. D.Land ; .. tit
and here
its Thursday to.
services to AM glazier
"' .et the testimony. It* asserts K>.1"{ *4tln S7S 000 of bonds ,WJHA which to who bellevw in keepIng a
: rOnl;, that the ronnecMnje of W. Rams I build a, steel or:uoneirr iB? "btidff atIXIllDal1atQ. S.11. Godfrey a* sureties. be aPP1'Oiect ; on the. safe side.FIUFlR the cord evidently wishing In **.p'
.' win That the bond of O F. Ooodmaet its the **cent whiz the Conii" o* fc'
.; rte. the ,murder ts tin flflct onJ stivet* nft', RUQa..
, 1 b:* of. the ,, o d'ematrsiaa' 'W'JlJ: notary pnblla. with C Ct Ifeirnt ,*u4 Banker data and his brother ""'\J. -e
**. that Orvbard has ;connect** h1wAYfte r.t" ;s ass .' ; .I +
." ..rrtltA. ia., crime* partly .<.oe* ,flit'. ...n..' 'tar u.\t'y( ,tears, 'retired'tit L'35. Weo Ca4 svrwttea lie' approvedK. f ,. WMSMT I* like Uw A\Utra1taa" bootnafcM *.- the cantata: TheraptlTjr beloon n'

.a&'pattIT at:. the U ,elktactiIl :,'" taa aa4ti ot. .$$.G0l a ':J."". 7'heti -hat wb eaa.'Jmee . Ujryaal, 'a [,tally, X its .drttdt natty to r : |o a IteMtlit' of ,;
; 1- cAss 9.: I : :*/&C'ft tB.+ MJU1 I-MlC his IP ? sad
he +ttttly earrj ow stjdh. 1hlr1as .. use
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WITH A LAME$> BACK ? Some Said to ve Been Sold to ssc .

CANTALOUPES Kidney Trouble alu.s Tow N11'.craDlc Negroes at $25. VEGE. :Au.

The Tallahassee correspondent of G L'E
?r. _- : .\lr'Qft-tM> ) :'Kr:" who I" uf'1 t !lu, nor'., .
'!ll, I peixrs Ir .....O'to ki,.>" f Ui -"r) the Jacksonville Times-Union says: s s. 8. reco'-niwKl everywhere not only aa tHe /-eat of ?:. : .
<'< Melons from(ThiB Section Are :of V J .. -tre'"' I t., DiQuann State Superintendent M. Hollo- Ce4 and t'>e g: ,.wti of all tonics Let; the one ixtediciiM.,: th,:t c 11. be l' :Jn

,' the'Finest aality.TrHE 'I '.. M Rout'-*'::.,*the fc kill; way and the Southern Express Company with ab*>Vate safety: br everyone. uyug or old, rubs, t u. alt t **?6r''
great ' delicate and run-down, may it
l are busy investigating those whose systeua e use with the snT
liver and officials
results and equally without fear of any unpleasant or !
del' of good in-5(
rtmelly. the mysterious disappearance a
CROP WILL BC' LARGE Is effects. Next in Importance j to removing the cause of any djsc
... It the great medical : is tbs'
containing the printed -
package questions which the is left alter a course of medical
( 1 triumph of the condition in _system tre ;
by \ >''' nineteenth for the June examinations On potash or other strong mineral 'lt1Il
{" It I U Estimated Staff Correspondent ( centurytUscoreredofteryear. Medicines mercury ingr-
-= :: the 37th of May Mr. Holloway apt often do iermancut injury by eating out the delicate lining and t: :-ltnta '
I' of The Packer That BOOOO Crates of scientific research out to the superintendents of the "a.rloua the stomach producing chronic Dyspepsia, unfavorably aff ting the bowels'toy

': i")' Will bs Moved by aalnuy u.. Melon -_- Dr. 'Kilmer and tits counties the examination ques and so deranging the system otherwise, that even if the original;; '::;e 11>d, :

'i j .Growers! A..o Iadon. bladder specialist ttud is wonderfully kidney tions. The packages were put up under been removed from the sy stem it ,is left in such a weakened and dtrange4 .
mccesafuiinpromptly curing lame back the personal supervision( of Mr. condition that the health is permanently impaired. S. S. S. enjoys the di,..
(From The Packer, New York.) sndiDright' median''on the market that does
j uric acid catarrh of the bladder Holloway's office force. Mr. !tIe> tinction of'\JeingtheonlybtOod not conL
Gainesville, Flo., May 31Galnes Disease, which: is the worform. .* tntosh. the chief clerk accompanied mineral ingredient of some kind. It is made entirely of the!healing, deans
if named the "Central City," no .t>kidney trouble. Ing extracts and Juices'of roots, herbs and.barks gathered d'rectly from
JrUle the
the Janitor'with the packages to the
: Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root I. not and
> nee forests and fields of nature tinder our own supervision, when thev
doubt because It is nearly the center rca: h
ommcndelforererythingbutit you have express office and delivered them to onrlaboratory contain all their original valuable. tonic and blood
of Florida, but; there are other? reasons kidney, liver of bladder trouble it will be the agent taking a receipt for each properties.Ve offer a reward of $ for proof that S. S S. contains!

feW which it might be,called the "Cen been found tested just the in .remedy o you was need, It lias package. 1>lr. King, of the Local forceof p'a.rtic1&of mineral in any form. Being made entirely from these vegetable
w tral City as certainly Is the center work and in private practice, and Jiat the express company, went downto ingredients S. Si S. absolutely harmless to the system and while calla "

o( progress In Florida at the present' proved so.successful every cane ).uat a the depot on the express wagon disease adds health and strength to every part of the body. S S S, cnni:
time in city improvements. A fewyears special arrangement baa been made by and personally checked the packagesto Rheumatism,.Catarrh, crofula. Sores and Ulcers, Skin Diseases, Contaetou
ago Gainesvillewas: a little village which all readers of this paper, who liave the messenger. Mr. George F. Blood Poison and all other blood troubles by removing the cause and sup.
not already tried it, may have a sample circulation with health-giving and Btrength-produrlnjr
with deep sand and bad aide- plyingthe tmalitiM
Scott superintendent of public Instruction ,
bottle sent free by mail, also a book tellIng
:walks while, today it has miles of more'about Swantp-Rootand bow to for Bradford county, falling to re- \ THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA (GA.

t'. the. finest cement walks, hard stone findout I if).ouliave kidney or bladder trou jCelve his package of the questions

;I.greets and all other. up-to-date city ble. When writing mention reading this notified Mr. Holloway that they had

improvements. The country surround generous offer in this paper andecnd- your. not come . L iffiJMPA ti & R
.ing' Is hilly find the farm lands are of & Co., Ilinghatntoti ? .. "A second package was forwarded ABSTRACT

,.be best,. and .... the farmer is the N. Y The .regular to him which he has received. Mr

real. producer of wealth this is no fifty-cent c:1es.: Holloway notified the authorities' of (:tx2.ooPorat >dl
dollar size elesot e.duopao.esold
: doubt th. main cause of Gainesville's
'l S',". by all good druggiati. I>on't make the express company and efforts are VOYLE. MGKR.Abetraota
.rapid ..-qwth'and1ml>rovement. Nearly E. E. i
any mistake hut remember the name being made to, trace It up.
('everything In vegetables, fruits and Swamp-Root >J>. V luiers Swamp: Root,, I II "In the meantime Mr. Hollowaywas of Title and fall information furnished regarding hind. ln tin:
:general+ farm produce is grown here, I I and the address. .gliatntoa; J*. V.. OB i iI informed that a doctor of eoonty. Our manager has lived In this eounti Shirt) pear auIs .
I conversant with lan 1 titles
section I every bottle.MARSHAL. thoroughly
but this is particularly notedf
this county was selling sets of the
f r'Sta of cantaloupes ....
line; Quantity ---- -- examination questions to negroes of

The Gainesville Melon Growers' Association ARNOW IS CLEVER.By this county for $25 a set. At first Mr .EL EVO LE"

,' GJ A. Colclough president; HolloVay was Inclined to c doubt tbe '
..1**fl. Btringfellow, \>vice-president, and Shrewd Wotk He Recovered Handsome statement, but his Informant Insistedthat FJKK, ACUIDfcM HURuLAK ANLentinn L dlhNNiT1' fM'l'h1; F. I.W.:
rl'I' IT; to. Warner: general ,manager, sec Necklace Which Was' Stolen. the and h nonib' of J.romiutnt'n.r&(>tI' and l.nKkishenmlecletREAL
such was fact to "
offered fcHTATF; 4:.on OIT> LlAhtRFlorida's
retary and treasurer, alone shipped' Marshal BenJ. ,T. Arnow is demonstrating '
\ get a copy of the questions, upon A-t: "t"- : 'last, year U,?H {rates of cantaloupes bis ability for shrewdness which comparison was found to bea I
.> amd, expects to ship 60.000 this sea- every day- Ills latest success'in Site verbatim copy. of the questions sent ------- --------

oa. direction' was ,the recovery of a valuable out t'rom the State superintendent's

Among: the. growers, here are the necklace and the apprehension office. He has obtained the copy Mineral

followingt t. L. Grahauv beans and qt the party alleged_ to be connected 'from a negro woman who claimed that Springs

'cukes, now shipping; B. 1!. Wienges, with the taking of the same and, for she had paid this negro doctor $10

$!\lke.and beans; F D. Warner general which the owner of the' necklace a for them with a promise to pay him

i+ shipper and grower, 850-acre visiting "young lady is very gratefulto >'|j36 additional when she began teaching .

peach, orchard near this place and 20. the officer.On )

.acre orange grove on Lake Griffin Wednesday the necklace was ""!olr. Holloway and the express offictala .

"'. IP. Cv: Crown cantaloupes, eggplant, missed During the day a quartette are using every effort to obtain

tomatoes and fine peach orchard with of colored men were employed about evidence that will fix the guilt upon

:; fruit now'rip*} D. W. I* Barton, cukes, the; house, engaged In moVing some whoever stole the questions. Detectives

i, cantaloupes' eggplant and peppers; furniture. are at work upon tile case.
,Henry Ramsey, general merchant, Marahal Arnow was at once notified, The theft of the questions will probably '"

'grower, buyer and shipper; J. D. and when apprised of the presenceof cause Mr. Holloway to

Strlngfellow 100 acres of cantalouitoaJo the quartette of negroes, arrested throw out the examinations for all

{; company with C. A. ColcloMgh, John> Goth, one of' the number. Goth negroes in Leon county) and may pos F-:

"while Mr. Colclough has 60 acre. ad- denied stoutly any knowledge of the sibly cause the entire examination

dltlonalV. 8. McDowall Is not' a missing 'necklace or its whereabouts all over the State to be thrown out. d

grower but' Is representing W J. & lie was placed in the city Jail, after At present it is impossible to say

'i 1J II. Davenport of New York and which It did not require long for him 1 whether the distribution of the questions -

,;t, f. Wilson of Philadelphia, and handles to consent to escort Marshal Arnow Is local or general Every precaution I

4 a vast amount of fruits and vegetables ''to the place where the jewelry was has been taken to preventany .. ;

; for these firms. :MrMcDowall hidden questions being stofen The
'Is. also a general buyer and shipperto Goth insists that he was not guilty printing of them is done,at a different ) u? /

all markets. L. B. Means has 3 of the theft of the necklace, but that l point ,each year and is kept secret. """ ..
a roes. of irrigated cukes of fine quality he was aware it had been stolen, as .0.-
.,SMJW' shipping; also cantaloupes, be saw one of his companions take HARMFUL STOMACH DOSING.
quash and tomatoes Henry J. Dailey the necklace and conceal it. I Never overflown. Hatbln*cannot be surSsaved- for re Ub 'airi Pleasure, Puree Kb-!
The best physicians believe that I tram, OyM.eps/a and UUkef Trouble or rkm i.eae. tolerant park, ouoi ana sbadr HroUlotf
e 'has 26 acres of fine watermelons After the property was recovered I pine 'land.
crotch be wishes to sell f o. b. Gainesville there being; no evidence to prove that the less medicine one swallows the I' Now hotel and new. furnltu e. tgant bets and table fare Room with l.(t. oeWII-
; better. well ventilated sad UotI1t.e4 wit *a.. en-toot puma round tee n>u..
"I ,also beans and other vegetables. Goth of theft he was
was guilty re The aceaerr ta ulbuLtd florlda Cant bathhouse fuse plea e1salt.
Do 110t'try to catarrh of the
bead by dosing; the stomach; this Is sod ebtldrea: lawn tennis tmatloir ana fiabln.'daneinr pavTUon;
,c.kes. now shipping. IL C. Roth has In the matter brought about'the desired
neither .cleI Situated four mllea from Apnpka. on ebord Air Uoe Ral.roa4. where a ;endU limrteamKo
A' acres of cukes now shipping IX effect. common-sense nor a ta Sprinira. RaM 1$a da.. 8a weeki spooled rates to parties, o.:;. at laid
Dreathe Hyomel, and its medication who lurobih tbclr own ultn.hava one bate. lows and dreamlnir-rooui perdar free TeepHWoumm : -
I ,acres of ,cants, ready for market in .nleatloa with tclcirrapa and towna.
', few days, and a fine field of beans. I* BROUGHT A PRISONER. will go right to the spot where the The S. A. L. By. trill sea rouud-trlp ticket from Oeala to Apopka for't..45.004 tor*>tel.

I* ,Hill Is a buyer, shipper and general t catarrhal the system: germs from are all catarrhal present and poisons.J. free. WEKIWA SPRINGS COMPANY Weklwa Clay] Springs FDndire .

broker in fruits and vegetables; Henry Dixon a Negro. Wanted In Mad- ,
1 W. has seen so many -- --- -- ,. -'
t leon for Embezzlement.
County cures of catarrh made by Hyomel.
,,r ..A .... .. aDenham' I Henry Dlxon. a negro; wanted by some of them chronic and complicated I
the Madison county authorities upona cases, that he gives an absolute Keep a'Full Moth oft
Manufacturing Co. Prepared charge of embesclement. has been guarantee of cure or money will be : .
Make Millions of Bricks
Ip I to arrested by Deputy Sheriff John Os- refunded with every outfit be sells. + O.D'JOE,
.One of the latest manufacturing' enterprises teen near pines. in the West End, The complete Hyomel outfit costs but

'..... In Gainesville 1. the DenhamManufacturing where Dixon has bean employed for $1.00. OLD VELVET,
; Company, of which WjLb < some time. ,s

Denham Is manager. Dixon was brought to' Gainesvilleand Death of Waldo Man. I FOUR ACES

The concern has equipped its plant placed in prison and the officers Archer H. Priest age fifty-five and ,

'" wth. the latest modern brick machuVry .of Madison county have been notified one of the most widely known real MARK: ROGERS,

and baa a present capacity of An officer'Is expected: for the. prisoner dents of the East Chad died at his 2.

'10,400 per diy which will be increased at any time.In home in Waldo Wednesday ot Bright's OLD CHARTER,
,' from,time to time as the occasion and disease. -
< lrea. The firm S MT. VERNON
eman4& proposes the Mayor Court. Deceased was born and. reared near ,

:*o T; $iastaMcture from sand, clay ce1tn For being asleep in his. vehicle on Melrose and has lived In the sectionIn CASCADE
chemicals assortment of .
ut an
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the street* John.Montgomery a hack- whlck be was born practically all
> '.. ue bricks,. and color or shade, andfabDoat man. was arrested Wednesday. night of his life. He has been in Waldo for t; SAND OTHERS

any pattern desired, as can be and was arraigned in ,the municipal the past fifteen :years or:' more. 5
found in the country.: These brick."W1t1' .
court Thursday morning. Mr. Priest was a member of the IIIGII'GRADEWHISKIES.
be manufactured under the Mo'J The mayor. assessedv the defendant Methodist church and a prominent

:. >O a\11 process, which is patented by a fine oC II and, cost? with the admonition Mason. The funeral was,held' In Melrose ; .

4 he, foreman of the plant. that it would have been Thursday the services being con
consignment has been .,., ,
first .
The much., easier and much less expensive ducted by the Masonic fraternity. ; HN4qllAriera fr ,
and would be a credit to w4y;
turned out. to have hired .a bed. The fine was Deceased is survived by a devoted :
any plant bwlntr firm and of uniform paid and the defendant released. wife, to whom the sympathy of the : Anheuser-Busch Beer

''weight, and proportion. community is.extended 1 .
The ( Manufacturing; Company .
t DenW There Are Few. Keltic and BntagAt.

proalses to prove one of Florl People' who know how to tan care Ancient Rom Write for.pr5ee list JUG TRADE A BPEQIALTY! We .ac&> 100'
da's most Important, industries.Do t.racsfaDd
of t.hemaeJvee-tbe majority do notThe ( t* now merely a memory ot th% will, guarantee to give satisfaction
Orden tilled ,
day reeeived. ,
liver is a most Important organ; &af.. Ballard'a Snow Liniment I* tbe '
Not Neglect the Children.
In the body. V, C 8U klns.. Alba. family liniment of the-rtwrntiettt ''cen OCALA .
,a At this season"of the year the first Texas, writes "I' have weed Herb la turf. A positive cure for Rhe'lJDa''iU. HOUSE WINE ROOMS

,wanaturat loo.enee. of A child's! bow; for CMUs and !F vej> ...4. tod it the ... 'Horns Cut*. Sprain, Neuralgia:

;,,:\*" efcould have Immediate attention best medicine ':X'ever wsir I would etc. >>r. C. IL tltxayoa, JHauberrr, Mo..1 OCALA FLORIDA.

< 'e best thing that can be given k set ''k. :without, 1C. it'.B4 for wrHest "X ba.Y'e1.4 SnowSKhewxaaUaas. Liniment I

:CIIiIIIoI titnrUln'r Colic Cbole..an4.If. Dar _._ ., ... . ..,, ... ...._ ,..
...... plat |a.tor gem-> people, and alt pain. X fM\'Ji --- -- : ------ -- --- -- -. _-_._, ,...- -
. ........' Remer followed by castor e* '
.\.. .., directed with each bottle ot lr4 sort,i Psee..w L i it.. ft; ts> *.* ,far : Posies:- Sold by,:.W. j
Sead' Us Your Waf
, .retuetfjrv For sale: by all drugiletl, 44If++a1wM. W' W' Ic ''JsdttDrnslw m, 1111 J Next Order ror' ,Job ,

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I Atlantic-Coast Line Agentat Auction ? Committee of Engineers Expected I

Former to Confer With City Committee.
Leesbfcrg1 Arraigned.

At any rate you seem to begetting .


principles: "going going& "
The Committee ,from the Board of
at Leesburg Under Warrant C-o-n-el" Stop the auction
W. Arrested Trade Will| ,Confer With Engineers,
Sworn Out ,by Representative with Ayer's Hair Vigor It for Rheumatism. Cuts,
and There Is Little Doubt but That ,
Sprains, Wounds, Old
ef the Amerlcsrl Surety Company. certainly'' checks falling hair; Desirable. Location Will be Selected.. Sorts Corns, Bunions,

Bond Fixed at $3,000., ," no mistake, about this. It acts Galls, Bruises, Contracted. Muscles., Lame Back. Stiff Joints*
The committee recently appointed) Frosted Feet. Bums, Scalds, eta
John W, Jolly, former'age. t of the as a regular medicine; makes by tie Board of Trade to confer with AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation subdues Inflammation y

I Atlantic Coast Line at Leesburg.. whq die scalp healthy. Then you the engineers of the various railroads and drives out Pain.

! wa arrested on Wednesday upon a: must have. healthy hair, for entering the city has written the railroads promotes PENETRATES a free circulation the Pores of ,the loosen Blood the giving Fibrous the Tissues Muscles

I charge alleging; embezzlement vita arraigned it's nature's way. requesting them to send their natural elasticity. _

before Judge Milam at testimonial- engineers to Gainesville to peet the BtST LINIMENT ON EARTH
The best kind o.t.
Tavares, and the following telegram ..Sold for over alxtr y ar.." committee not later than June 13. i ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED
Tavares the county seat of Lake This that In the matter of
from means
:r o. L j county wUl prove of Interest to read.! 1o aGUSOtIr.t..t I the railroad union station there will CURED SCIATIC RHEUMATISMMrs.

of The Sun: A-w. '"something
ers be doing" right away and
jobn W Jolly, until recently th> .s PILLSARSAutexRY. PECTORAL. that the proposed union station \\.m' X$. A. Shnpson,. 00 Craig St.,KnoxrtUe.
for the Atlantic CoastLine 1 Tenn., writes t '.1 have been trying the baths of
| trusted agent be erected during the regular courseof Hot Springs, Atk.. for sciatic rheumatism but I
Railroad Company, at Leesburg. I time. gt more relief 'from Ballard'a Snow Liniment ,

I was arrested this morningby Sheriff I DR. HAY AGAIN HONORED. it will be remembered that several than any medicine or anything' Z have ever tried.
Murrbee, who brought the: prisoner Inclosed find postoffice: order for fl.CO. Send ine
days ago there was a Joint meeting large bottle by Southern n.1tpre..nTHREE '
here tor a preliminary..examination. of the board of trade the citizens: of
Decree of Doctor ,of Divinity Conferred
: 25c $1.00'BE
before Judge J B. Mllam. This arrestwas .
1 i Davidson Gainesville and the representatives of
of the Atner- by College. SURB YOU GET TUB GENUINE" ''
, made at the Instance
the various railroads in the city, at '
of New York Rev. Thos. P. hay pastor of the
. jean Surety Company which time it was decided:: to appointa Ballard Snow Liniment Co. '
First Presbyterian -church has
which i is on the bond of Jolly: for
: committee to confer with the railroad
1 whom two warrants were Issud, tnie again been honored this time by
men In reference to the construction
j of which charges him with'having,embeiiled Davidson College Davidson; N. C., of the ,

{ $2143 and the,other warrant which institution has conferred upon degpt. ,
I It.
This committee consists of B. F.
! the alleged forgery of eight receipts htm the honorary degree of Doctor
Hampton, who is chairman, S, J.
that i of Divinity.It BOLD AND ItKCOMMIKNOBD BYEstablished
[ purporting to "
represent Thomas J. H. Jarvis W B. Taylor
I will be remeMbered that Dr.
number of money packages aggregating Hay and E. K. Cannon These gentlemenwill -wmac. somas o +
$1,317, which Jolly claimed to II enjoyed a similar honor a few days _
meet the railroad engineers, and
hare forwarded by the Southern,Express !: ago from Rollins College Winter po-- _._
with them will Investigate the various -'----'------ --------
Park, where be delivered the commencement -
Company for deposit with the i
\ platibs which have been selected l as 26 Years.
East Florida Savings and Trust Company address
desirable locations. The selection
I In Palatka. The shortage was : Under date of, Juno: 3, Dr. Henry
will be made' this vlelt.
on !
probably We handle theBestMachinery
Louts Smith president of Davidson
W. the
discovered by G. Watkins
1 That Gainesville needs a union
traveling auditor, who says that when"I I College. writes Dr. Hay as follows: station there Is no doubt. The
be confronted Jolly with these receipts "I drop a line to convejhe) official
engineers will probably and
broke down and confessedthat 1 Informatlouthat the faculty\ of agree "z and
be -- number our customers bytihe
there is little doubt but that we will ,,,-
be had forged the names of the Davidson College at the recent commencement get what we need in a few months THOUSANDS, Our sales In 100ft
I express messenger in the hope of de ,. with the consent and approval amounted to Nearly Jlelf a !Million, Dollars Writ tnr catalog*.- -we can

celvtag the auditor and thus cover ; of the board of trustees conferred a.". vno money.V> have no connection) In Jaokunnvlll, Fla,

up his shortage. The defendant was ,upon you the honorary degree TO BATTLE CREEK Your Immediate or future needs ran be supplied by ..... Address.

arraigned before Judge Mllam and of Doctor of Divinity. '
M. Colaon Will Enter Sanitarium .A..LSaYOO: M :PAX'
Perry .
was held in default of ball In the .Bpm "Please accept my sincere, congratulations

of 3000. to await the action: of the and assurance of my- great In '''Effort to Regain "Health. 41 South Forsyth Street ATLANTA (3A,

grand lury at the October term of pleasure in transmitting' to you 'this Mr. and ).I;.. Perry &(. Colson and .. -..----- -_.--,,- .. ..- .-----------...---.---

the circuit court." ;, '; , *' information." Dr. and Airs..J. F. McKlnstry, Jr., expect OAR '
Ot N, SANDERS. PEnny )1. C LSON'.
I;)r. Hay's, friends, throughout the to make their departure today for ;

State will congratulate him upon )iis Dattle Creek. M Icli. \
great honor coming from one of the I Mr. Colson has been In ill 'health 0. N. Sanders & Compan .:.'

for time, and to Battle ,!< fr
i Well, High leading colleges of thoSouth. some goes "
Kqown Springs LadyPassed
Away Suddenly.High : Creek Sanitarium' :with the hope that ,
Every Man His Own Doctor. the change will prove beneficial to .' ,
Springs. June 6.":;'Mrs. ''Kllza- Gexi eral lV.erchandi. '
The average man cannot afford to him which is the sincere with of his c..
aged eighty-three years
friends throughout the '
! died at the residence of her eon, J. G. employ a physician for every slight State. STOVES, FARMERS' IMPLEMENTS FURNUURJC, 'f-;
ailment that In
Injury occur
or may
Rice at High Springs after one day's I
The will be joined
party en route
[illness June 2nd at 403 p. m.Deceased his family nor can he afford to neglect Hew Store New Ooodi. Complete line of Ladies Spring D,... Good. Fresh
them, as so slight an injury as by C. W. Chase who was compelled Fancy' Oroeerles. Carload of Fornltore lost being oi>.ne<1-all at Ix>".
was a member of the the scratch of a pin has been knownto to .leave a couple of days In advanceIn eat Possible Price. LargestSloek of Coeds Er.r Carried' in
j church from childhood anda cause the loss of a limb. Hence order to attend to some business Western Alaehua i'

Christian woman, doing good to all be matters. Colson Block Trenton Alaehua Ccunty Fit.JAS.
j with whom she came in contact. every man must, from necessity, .,
his own doctor for this class of ail .. '
She --,
Is mourned by two sons J. a.I INDIGESTION A CRIME.

I and O Rice, and two daughters Mrs.M. ments. Success often depends upon M. 0....... President H E, TAT LOB, Cashier.
It Is crime to continue
a positive
A. Gould of Jacksonville and Mrs prompt treatment, which can only ills Oso. W. Inns, Tiee-Prcxldsnt Las 0....... A.*&. Cashier'
with the of
Charles had when suitable medicines ale keptat suffering Indigestion,
Cameron of Columbia City such as headaches, backaches heaviness a
hand. Chamberlain's) remedies
Washington terment and their children. In- have been In the market for many nausea and distress after eating THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
was held at High Springs .
Monday ., years and enjoy a good reputation.Chamberlain' specks before the eyes, despondency .

Colic Cholera and and nervousness, now that we G.A.XN"ES'V"ILJ.E. 'd
oar : ;
Helping Hands Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel com, tell you of the good Ml-o-na stomach
Society. "
plaints. tablets will do.M1ond "
The Helping Hands of the Presby Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for will strengthen all the organs UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY, ." J.

terian church held a pleasant meeting coughs, colds, croup and whooping of digestion so that yon will get Capital . .II 00
on Wednesday afternoon at the home . . .* 00,000
From food the nourishment' that
of Miss LizEie cough, Surplus. . . .
Bradford After flnish- Chamberlain's Pain Balm (an antiseptic Is"needed to Support the vital forces . . . 20,00000
I SIIC up the business
and for the summer liniment) for cuts, bruises,' and strengthen the nerve powers. Interest. Paid on Savings Aetonnts and Certificates of Deposit. All .B.......' ''
paying alt their Indebtedness Ask J. W. McCollum to show Trsosaeted Promptly, -
for the burns, sprains, swellings, lame back you .
i[ ill October year, the society: adjourned un- and rheumatic pains.Chamberlain's . the guarantee he gives- 'with every 60e H, K. TATLOR, OashUr.,

Stomach and Liver box of MI- -na. -
Miss Bradford proved a moat pleasant r

I hostess. and Tablets stomach for constipation troubles.Chamberlain's Salve. for diseases biliousness of K. OP .P. ELECTION. The Oldest Whiskey House in Georgia l

letter Cured.A .
the skin. Mount Vernon Ledge No. 20 Is NowIn 1
lady customer: of ours had suf One bottle of each of these five Excellent Condition.At Established .&8.

fered with tetter for two or three preparations costs but U.% For sale /*,! .

yearn It got so bad oaf her hands by all druggists. +/:. the regular meeting of Mount /
Uoat she Vernon Lodge No. 20. Knightsof I I OLD $HAL, E WlfXIAK I

i loll duties.could not attend to her house North Gainesville D.... Pythias. Tuesday evening, the fot i Pore floe old pe.. By the _Hem H-Wl /
One box of Chamberlain'sw mir I Four
foil' &arts yeLXPKt
| e cured her. Chamberlain's Rev. Wm. Carpenter of Pro..Ic1eaee.R. lowing officers were elected for th. .> I i rEEPAIDiEO.

Ledldnee give L.who has been In this section for ensuing term:
splendid satisfaction
( fa this community,-M. H. Rodney ft I' the past few weeks, has exemplified J. A. Robertson c;: C.: T. B. Fills, / J. COLEMAK!

Co.. Almond. Ala. Chamberlain's confidence In the future of Calves Jr., V. C.; W. rf.: Dickinson, P.; W. T. Pore PennvvIvsDla Rye. Rich and

; lDed1e1n. are for sale by' all drug- vllle by purchasing a cozy P01lDd.;K. of W; W. P. CoCey. M. mellow. By the gallon ",1D. Year

- Cuts. cottage from A.'O. Steenbnrg In North at A.: J. IL Morton, I. O.; George S ,foil .,fMarts

Gainesville and 'will make. his home Farman. O, O. FRKPAII

Sewer Iwo-' Progressing.. permanently Leres: The lodge Is DOW' to a healthy COD L'O"L RTE '

Work OQ the sewerage system eon- Mr. Carpenter has made himself ditkm, being one of the largest and Pore sotMtanllal family wttUkey, Bjrthenslloa

toes to progress favorably, a. large quit popular here and his numerous beet In point of membership la the*I f WfiO. moor fall qasrte ?

e of men being engaged on the friends will be glad to learn that be State. The members are manifestinga 98 90. EXPRESS PH "AIDCLIF1'VHB

JaIL bas decided to become a Oaf en11JeaA great deal of Interest In the work. I Pr a
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a Contractor B emaa has experienced In fact. CORM\ By the gallon $3 M. Foor foil qosrtaOLKl ;'
Beat deal of 'trouble In seeming A Happy Mother $... .1 XPREHb J"JCEPAID
hbr and Baseball Players end Feet Racers. Direct from bonded warehouse floe -
material but everything ,Istily Will see that her baby Is properly
''fig....' now. and he expects Louis J. Krtger ex-champion long cared for-to do this a Good purgative and old. Dr the callonttoO. JMH5TEH CLUB COKXRleh

te. eom the system within the distance foot racer of Germany and Is ceceesary. Maay babies suffer roar fall quarts xto.ZXPREtl8 .and ...n... By the RsDosi tiJtC
..****, Oct. 27. 190U -Der-: Foot 'oltq .rt. $2.P0.LtrKEids
; moaa. Holland writes from worms and their soothers don'tknow PREPAID ; YSJEPAJI,

leg my training of eight 'weeks foot Itr-tf your baby tm feverish and

Cello and Dhsrr>.e.e. races at Bait Lake City fa April las. aoesat sop at sight. K Is troubled We handle all the UaeHsw breads of Rye sad Bourbon Whiskies fa Shia rar.. ;

r b .. the aMusaei, ..ucaD4 I seed BaHard.. .snow... Uahnent to with wonaa. Whtts!s Cresaa Ye rnl- ket sad will save you hoes. 2B toftOper sea s os goer p.rehaaes. Bead for pries
4 arrbes,'a. '1RMak1T reSead. .W tie my greatest ... ,. -. Therefore. fogs will clean oat taeae word* tewar. 14e oat estalsg.s. 7re eyes ap heat....

, --,e( "- -.... ...,...,.. cl.ra, ....... I ..-tr. reoegasuad snow Uallaeat a Re1M, :i.aaai 4 taws taint FIAT
M .. wle aN sreeiiNelr' ........ THE, AtTMAYER A AH LIQUOR COMPANY ,.
>....... .. .... sag" .... ''*- .. ... .'... ede'ais steed, Ovs K Meat Ih/e. : "
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:1 ......, M"" M er.tir, ''leis br W. U. Mari. ....A.cKX".. 01THE -.... .

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DUNLAP PHINNEY You naturally would pre fer to treat yourself at home, for any form of female

wouldn't ? Well, it can be done. No reason why you should not

r, SHOT AT RALEIGH H.. trouble be able,to relieve you or cure your suffering, as thousands of other women have
BegIn by taking
done by proper use of the Cardul Home

; Was Instantly Killed by Man byName

..yj of Lowman. Wineof.-Cardui

the well-known female tonic. For sale at all drug stores.

Last Year Phlnney' Shot an'd Seriously Joe Moorhead of Archlbald. I. T.. writes: "My tfe had suffered for years from female troubia On
Wod'nded L wman., and eiit' Treat.rJent.and Ow'she hardly suffers At alL" Sold by drugguta,
One gf h4p? iii: your'adYlCO,i gave her the Cardul Homo
Saturday' Was 1D..t04 BooIr for w_. 1flOU n-s M-a__.
of Night JI&abIe
the Tragedy LETTER .Wtfte... to. a" "'lOUt" ..ym-fA .. "PlY win o.....t Ie ilia"Je4..;
the Outcome of This Trouble. '7.20 WRITE US A A4d.-ar.vac. Lad_AoIv'--Y) DeoL. The Cha'tunmr: Me41d_ Chattaaorwa.T...... --

} Raleighwas. the scene of a, tragedy

y bout dark Saturday night*.which f
Pblnney, a we11-known TEACHERS' EXAMINATION. pleted an extension of the Newberryroad
coat Dunlap I I
as far west as
resident of that. auction fata life, to bull 'further.
Concluded Friday, After Being' In and are preparing
H{ Pblnney having been shot anj Instantly It Is to be regretted that Overseer ChattaJ
Session for Four Days.After BOUND TO COME' '
killed by a man by the name1' Thlgpln who, with Overseer Waits,
a session 6C four days be-
of' Lowman, i was 'in charge of this atretch ot..road'l
r ginning Tuesday, the annual exami- ,
broken leg
sustained a
There baa been trouble between nation of applicants for teachers in Excellent Progress Is Being Made, way a few months ago, from which
Fhlnney. and the Lowmans for sometime Alachua! county schools came to a
\ In Extending the System.THE be has ,not yet recovered for this
and during last year :pblnneyhot close Friday. afternoon. calamity had a tendency for a timeto
one',of the Lowmans. The tragedy The examinations wire conducted check the progress of road-building. .
t under the personal supervision of Dr. EAST ENDROAD
r Saturday night was the outcome J. L. Kelley. county superintendent, Overseer Waite has a good force of nooga .
.of this trouble. men at work on the Gainesville-Prairie
assisted by lion R. D. Weeks of It Is Being Constructed Under Direction
/ Creek road, and> making fine progress
;"N< Hawthorn chairman of the school
..of Overseer Waits, and Will be The last
; could be secured. but the information board. Miss Serena Shannon of. this on .
One of' the Best Pieces of Road report gives about gmile and three-
was 'verlfled.I city and Pro/ Dell of Waldo.
Building In the County. fourths added to the extension whichmeans
There fourteen white
were applicants
.. that the people ,of the Ea tEnd
DEATH OF MRS. ROLFS. only two of whom were- males. The work of building roads continues PlowMr
will have a much roadwayto
The number of colored teachers tak', in Alachua county and It wUl not. ;
Well Gainesville for a distance of six or
.Mother of Known Gainesville ing the examination was twenty- be many ;years, if the present: e ottbusiasxn -
Man ,Passed Away 'In Iowa. ,three. / and support continues before eight miles.
The following Is taken from The The 'papers are now In the handsof ..Alacbua: will contain, as many milesof I .. .:
Miami :Metropolis the ,15th/Inst., and the grading committee and it will Foal and constructed under as sub NOTICE.-' ,.' .'
'will prove of interest to readers of be several daya before the report' stantlal .conditions as can be foundin I Take notice that I will on the first ., ,
The Sun: will be made.Applicante the State. The people are Thursday of July or as soon there, ' '
,.Mrs,' P. II. Rolfs received 'a telegram for, position of teacherin fug educated to good roads, be'com.j' after as I may be beard, apply to the areCropMakers
today from Prof. Rolfs, who is Alachua county must pass a very demanding them, as is pardoning$.board of Florida: for a pardon
in, Iowa, announcing the death of his rigid examination which accounts for I the voice of the people, who are vot for Steve Tlmmons who was con "
mother,.Mrs. Mary Rolfs, at her home the fact...tllfflt this county enjoys the 1 lug for special road distrIcts"every victed ot murder in the second degree -I
I In that State, Prof. Rolfs was at his reputation of producing the' most ;year. at the fall term of the Circuit
moth,.,.'*. bedside when the last competent instructors in the State. ] The Board ,of County Commission- Court tor'AJachua count Anyone
moment arrived In his mother's life, era who are all good road*.. .ado desiring(; may then be heard on the
having .stopped there on his return Dobbins-Manning. vocates and believe ,in a,perfect system merits of the application. Dated this I
from .Michigan, where he bad been Married in Bast Gainesville, Sat of' roads, have been working in June 3rd, 1907.WILLIAM.
attending a meeting of agricultural i urday momlng, Arthur E. Dobbins this direction for the past three ,or C. HODGES, See Them at
experts." and Miss Nancy E. Manning, Rev. four years with the result that the I Attorney for Petitioner.
: Prof. Rolfs is director of the experimental Thos. P. Hay of the First Presbyter.Ian county Js no,,r" making fine progress Have i '
station at the University, church officiating.. and a road "gang" is being kept busyconstructing your.stationery pYlnted at The Baird Hardware Co.'s |
and Is very popular here. His friends These young people are.well knownin roads in every direction i, Sun office. First-class work promptly' ,,
will sympathize. "with him f In this this city, and their numerous from Gainesville. delivered at reasonable, prices is our I I Gainesville. '
tbouble. friend extend congratulations. The road team has recently com motto. I

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More New Goods On the Way Will Add New Interest To This Great Sale _


Buy in Quantities and Must Sell in Quantities

The G W. Hyde Company handle more Dry Goods than any store in Central Florida Why ? Because our being abld to buy our

i, goods frcpn first hands saves the middle-mans profits, and we can sell you goods lit about whaty the average merchant pays for his.
I''p' We Sazze You the :NIiddle-1.\lan.'s Profits in. Sale

This Sale will continue 10 Days from Monday June 10th, and we will spring some sensational values in that time: We are showing tre-

mentions assortments in all lines. We urge; yon tn come to this store during the Continuation Sale.

b 1 Save Money Here More .Sensational 1 Selling ofREADYTOWEAR Save Money Here

SO yards 74 Unbleached Muslin for.- $1.00 GOODSThink 36-lnrh All.Wool te Light Weight _

20 :yards Fine Bleached Muslin (or.: ........ $1.00 a beautiful Fabric, worth 80e... . . . . "
of bajlrfff $3.00 an'l (350 value Skirts for $1.08/ .
3C-inch Percales worth lSc\ . ....... .......'. lOc ,.Think of buying |4 CO and $3 00 value' Skirts for *2.Ui White Wash Silk; worth .
lOc Dress Ginghams, Fast 001<;>>r8.,'"* :,, ... . 8Vie Think of buying$d.b0 and f7. O value fekirti for f 3.08 ,, :SOo China Silks, ail Colorsk... ....;. . . . '

Beat IGo Dreee Ginghama.......,f..... ..t.' ..t... .10c>d. . '' Think of buying $$.tiO and $10.00 value Skirts for W.OH :-lnch Guaranteed Taffeta worthi.50... ..', *'

Good Apron Gingham, worth, :?o;-v4 r.(.4....,"f to yd'I Think' of buying $3.00 value bhirt>Waiti 'for USe :' S6-lnchGaarante! Taffeta Worth J2-00.) . . M1inch

50 piece Figured Lnwna. worth TH:\to lOo:. to yd I : Think of baring $3.00 value Shirt-\VsUt for f 1.48 Table Damask worth &0c...';.. . . . "

'50 pieces Fine Lans and Batistes. ,',worth Sft : Think'*" of nice Waih Skirts Think worth of$1.76 baying and IS-6O$2,00tur; value, ShUt-WaJU.,. .'. ..for. f 1.0$1. 73-Inch 'Bleached Linen worth 72c..:. . . . .
< . . . . . ...... -..'.," ....... ...... I 4 w.. Hl.OOTbtnk . ,f t'
,toast; . .. ; .' .locydCO 'of Union' Ltnon Nash-Skirts for . .... :... ... . *..$1.0; $,,.f .OS f3.tJ8> Good Towel worth 7.t, .:1\0,..i.\... .
pieces Fine India Linn worth 10c,..,.. ... *.s>fro Think.of n'ce Laee.ttimnied Corset Covers worth 55o: ,. .. . .' .. . 2*e I II Good Towels worth 10c.....;*i.ta:| ,,:'..... . . s*.
SO pieces Fine India L4non. worth ISc.>....,..,. lOc I I ""Thlal the way we are selling there goods during this Sale.'k' other: hood Towels worth :JSttct60 .,,,,,/#. It"':"' '' :
'25 pieces Fine Persian Lawn, worth l&o...'":.. boo as good not quoted. ,,' ,'(?* ,'? t. .," ,Lace IIcMe" Black or'''WbJt : ..iI.-.t". ... ...
25: piece,44-inch Persian Lawn, worth Jk: ).... ;'. 190 .., ,: arc Mercertoed'Usle IXoMtS ,.'M".Ij(;:'V:,"., .'. rr..
%S pieces 40-inch( White Lawn worth l00 '...... .,'>t0''i Uooo f Yards ; .T! .Black..LM..uOH. ....:,.io, .. ..foh.... . rt .
15 jlece) 40-Inch White.Lawn: worth ltc..... 12Hlo it'. ' 1.000 Yards, ?. .. I t lse=Plain BJa.e ,Uo..,...t.. *,,;'?..*-I.} ...... . "-
', GOo "Chiffon Llsse." pretty, Sheer Fabric.' ;*;ittO I l'Uneienne and Round 'Paris; I We BlasUo 8 aun. Drawers................... .. .
Rita Monsscltne De Sole aU Colors .. : . .. lOc Threat. : Laces worth to lOa yard, Pylnt"ions I- 1Acrs and laser. ,,10)k. Poroa Knlt'UD It1&J'.J.. ......... .. . t
150 i'iii6w Cases . . . . . . . . . . . 10*.I -' op. worth Kip to IA- yard--2 to 5! Soc Dress Shuts ...,.?. ..........A..... . . C:4:
C COo Sheet UdO . . . . .. . .. . . . . : *5c5o SPECIAL AT \aehes wdsSPECtII: l fioc Drew Shirts.. ......,,;......,.... . . 5k
. Sheets. 81x90 . ... .. . . . . . . . . Ue I J ", lie Arspendexs . .. ..w... ,.... ...... . 1)1
t5o Sheet. 8lx$0 . . ..>.'...... . .':. . . $0o.':15c. 5Ce DoitM"Fine Sc Yard 1:5o Sr !ponders ........\i*% .i? )ijoh..w...... . . isr

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long had a desire to study for the'3' I

I", gm1; (From The Live Oak Democrat!_ but for various reasons. he has I Dutton Rank successor t .be Each centm y In history hall pro*
For the Bake of The Pensacola Jour- been unable to do &0. There IB another rnnton &: to institution has ap ec1. dnced at least one master criminal, '
tOOL srUrtne.vate.t. nal. it for no other reason. Governor opening In life for him If :U IB for a patent to Governor Bro ; says The Atlanta Constitution whose
rPII 81' .Hader Aeor Ooat Broward. who apparently: has no very his purpose to uu elOnhlotf, himself notification of which was pub11t M deed stand out with' a revolting clearness
---'''I1Urktd<'yanb) m. : flattering opinion of the Florida press to the task of redeeming men v t.sterda\ tba: gives him immeasurable

- Monday: aDd Thursday: In Its entirety: should magnanimously from the lower things ID life--he maybecome Dutton &; Co. has for many: y i dlsttnetlett over other men or women ;
Every Gainesville Florida. , concede that UwjJ3tate t \payers are pot: sg Christian' labor leader. been $'recognised, by the bust :: who haf.smautonly' stepped outside
at without, their gojSd uses". after all. {Th re Is seed: for"such. True, there worldao.. a strong' reliable hank ng the pale of numan and divine law. .
and': 'nbl'r. even, though some ot" them are such are idanyneli In the-tabor movement Institution.; The-: fact of the retTre Taking the testimony"from: his own
g McCBEAKY. Editor I refractory .Inne.... nd' persistent who v are y' Christian men-men! who went of its officers from active business lp as guidance I ft t*, likely that Harry .
critics of his policies. have the spirit of Christ--and that caused an expression of regret Orchard, chief Witness tpr the
TIKMS: : or SuBsCBirrtoif Without being In the least fulsome must be the final test Of any man's from Its mny hundreds of well satisfied prosecution In the'famous Haywood
The Ttriee..Week pied a year, six The Journal of Sunday makes the ChrfBtlantty-but) there should be clients. To''perpetuate its sterling trial will be written down as the most
.tbi 60c ; singleADYSETrslxo 60. Governor the subject ot a leading article many more who would be willing to business methods, and Its Integrity glaring: criminal product of the cen
: RATES t reviewing his career during the make the labor movement their life the goodwill and real property of tury in which we are now \Jiving
advertisements, 16 cents a line last; three years and concluding thai work, with the same motive that ,the Institution has; been purchased By whatever means O, b'ard'* evidence
,jlhe first and 10 cents for each addlMtonlaYed lie*fa "the' moat remarkable man'In prompts the true minister ot the go. by a new corporation which h Tap" ; was secured, whatever Immu
nil (neertlon. the State t daJ".** It 1s a capital tribute pel. Some day this vocation will attract plied for letters patent as stated nity has been promised him; Is Irrelevant .
advertisements for three,. from a. friendly source, and with much the. Choicest men., in" the lajbor above. jfi to the istfUA. The,'man'I* his
t pd furnished 12 months upon at appli stion.ate. ot-It even Governor Broward's enemies world., Then;will-: they cease makingIt The new association nil! undoubtedly own accuser He has written his own i
lew : will agree. a stepping-.;tone from the ranks of at once earn for Itself the snore indictment Calm of manner steady! '
Mir pblttuaanraes,.b centstaclinensetted Our chief executive Is beyond Ques- labor. Rarely there a man of the note, for conservatism and quality ot nerve no muscle of his, face twitch:
tion a man ot strong character and so-called upper classes who could enter as was accorded the older Institution Ing as he unreels his astounding recital *
Oca CLUBBING LIST." mentality something tot a' RooseveltIn Into such work with all the necessary for Its board of officers'is made up'of he supplies each single cue of
San Thrice-a-Week: his way and with convictions' so Qualifications. When this takes the names of our most distinguishedcitizens : the elements demanded by' that great ,
m(e If Y ) World one :year. . .. . .$1 68rt. Intense that he falls Into the error place labor will have champions who as well as men strongly i master of criminology. the horrifying
Ban and the Atlanta one year.(Ga.). 1 '78$ ot sometimes Impugning motives as will be able to meet any opponent. Identified with the progress and welfare outline he has drawn ot the, >
Son Constitution and the Atlanta (Oa,) honest as his own and holding a well The dawning of the day Is not far of our municipal life and clvlo Ideal murder. ,
Beml a : Journal one year. 1 60rba ) Maintained difference of opinion- on distant. advancement-men who have by their i Human life seems to have meant
Son sun the Semi-Weekly ..public Issues as the crime of, lese conservative business acumen?,"'advanced I nothing to this man. The abrupt ending .
Tim "-Union one year ... . I )majesty Itself. MAY BE' EXTRA SESSION Gameslllealues to a point; of one roan's existence, or the

,Governor Broward has no reason which has brought our city Into"Abe .snuffing out of fourteen lives, appeal to-
?.denomination._ will not accept than 8 stamps cents. olirger a better than, bis, predecessors generally The following Is from The Pensaco strong light ot public notice as atdo- ''I. him, apiiamaiy. as possessing all the ?t
and other Governors throughout the la Journal of June 5th: slrable location for Investment ow Ingredients of the commonplace. The

Holly Is making The Orlando Union for disliking ,the press and make "Hon. R. Pope Reese. Representative that they have formed themselves I lust of blood appears to have been ''al'
Bob Reporter-Star brighter than ing It a theme for his contemptuous. from Escambia county to the Legislature Into an association, their splendid I prolific In breeding and Interbreeding }
Fver 11 Good luck to you. Dob. disparagement. He has been criticised has returned from Tallahassee energy will be at once felt by a, redoubled lat.elf. and reproducing Its ghastly
freely but fairly, as a rule In his where he has, been for the past sixty activity along those 'fines i spawn In endless quantities. The
-It the city: cannot furnish public capacity and ,this Is InevitableIn I days attending the sessions of that making to a greater aaln .vll1e"for ghost of his victims do not rise up' to f.
the case of every man in high i body.: r the effort will be of association rather confront him. .a, with the nonchalanceof -
the second story: for bathing
jrtter on
wateror administrative station. In fact he "Speaking to'a Journal represents than of Individual as heretofore.The an after! -dinner speaker, ho string
Wposes how is It to supply '
TChamber bas been fortunate beyond many ot the yesterday afternoon, Mr. Reese success of the bank Is at once I together the red and brutal story: that r
sewerage purposes his contemporaries for In his case the stated that the commission to Investigate assured for the faith of the people, sickens even the morbid listening au
storm of criticism that has beat upon the acts of the trustees, of the which primarily Is responsible for the dience.
of Com-
The Tampa the Governor has always spared the Internal Improvement fund, will con. upbuilding of such an 1n.t'UtuUonP,will One reads with amazement as the
holding the State fairrebruary
erce favors man and left his personal Integrityand vene for Its first session In Tallahassee give liberal support to each a coterieof chapters come, unhesitating, from the
Instead of November as
patriotic desire to promote the on June 18. honorable gentlemen and men, of Imperturbable man ai the witness
retofore. The Sun believes the sug-
welfare of Florida, unassailed. "The commission is composed of business.: :,: chair, and la moved to ask-ha* he
kwtion a good one- The most useful function of the Syd X* Carter as chairman, and Park The Influence of a corporation of anything In common with human nature _ _

i Senator Knox of Pennsylvania Ise press outside Its work as a newel. :pun Trammell!, secretary. The other members the character Is tremendous '' and ? Human nature, with all its
, e latest candidate for the Republl- veyor, Is not to praise and coddle. but composed of both Senators and I from the life-long example of (each saddening frailties, presents at times
U nomination for President, haying to use its argue eyes and its trained Representatives,- are George II, Matthews Individual member, going to 'make up redeeming- and softening; qualities.
een unanimously endorsed by the Intelligence 1jo find the faults and M. O. Knight R. P. Reese, I the ensemble of the board of directors NQt so with Orchard. If the man' ever' :
cnsylvanla convention. flaws and weakness in mundane Senator Leggett and Senator Fred I and officers of the new concern, It Is I possessed the capacity of emotion It
things. Including Governors and Cone. safe to flay the Influence of this particular . appear, to have been stricken from
Tampa continues to grow In ten-l their policies, with a view to "Mr. Reese stated yesterday after corporation will be for al) that his soul. One look In vain for the r. '
cry as well as In population.' The jhelr; correction. *'And If there noon that it Is his opinion that two Is good, conservative and advancing touch which shall mark him aa one
eglklature added Fort Brooke to the were no newspapers to perform or three months will be consumed in to the Interests of our city. with flesh and blood, and la tempted "
[Cigar City" a few week. ago. and this thankless task for the great the Investigations Into the acts of the The lion. \V. R. Thomas, Messrs. to speculate If. like Stevenson' repulsive
ow the city: council la annexing all body of the people It Is as sure as trusteesas the Investigation Is to be C.W.Chase II. F. Dutton,J. 0 Nichols.G. creation Hyde, be does, not
> other territory In sight. sunrise that things would soon gkt very thorough and will. cover trans K. Broome., 8. J. Thomas, /. .A. stand unique among' ; his fellows aae
------- In a very. bad way 1n this country; I actions. as far. back 10.9 1855. This Maultaby.: J. B. Padgett. W.: \V. Hamp |l- evil, all unmitigated and un
Governor Broward has suspended honest representative government work will be continued at Tallahassee, ton W. B. Taylor. J. If. Vldal, II. K. blended.
the and of thesucceeding until It Is compJe, II. |ATm I( the revelations had been
om office Judge S. T. Shay lor. Judge would go to dogs, put: Benson and P 1laker thehareholders' force:
f the criminal court of record of chaos 'would' sooner or "It Is tb e g a.tetltf.. Mr. Reese of the capital stock. from him by the pincers of the law
val county, giving him until June l later rise., t1 despotism,of a one-man aye that when.. h4Jt fpommiwlon completes With the'names of such Judicious bust. or under the pitiless.cross-examina.
:itJI to answer the charges preferred.e power, whichui free press, honest In its invprtiatilfn! ; an.d presentsIts ness men behind It, the new /I>ntton lion which sometimes undermines the
frequent adjournments of court purpose: and'tearless, even though report to ,the Governor; the latter Dank deserves the confidence and lib endurance of the most callous breaker*
said to be the cause. of the Qov- often wrong In criticism Is now the will call a special session of the Legislature eral support'of the public of the law It would be different
Iroor'a action. chief agent in making a practical Impossibility. though,he has not as yet signified But the man seemingly without'
: such an Intention." The Live Oak Democrat refers to the coercion, with little coaching, of hi;".

Like the Chinaman, alligators are We don't know what the people of "ras.l e" of the recent Leslslature: as own volition, unwinds a chronicle Gt.I
I try fond of rats. The two eaurians Florida are golngf'to do with this big. According to Albert us Vojt, who follows: "The Florida Legislature atrocities standing without .cquntr-; y
i Joe EtteJ's Brown House acquartum resolute Governor*up at Tallahasseeafter first discovered phospWnte in Florida:, passed Into 'jilstory: last night part In modern criminal Jurisprudence
re daily fed with the rat caught In his next term expires and he says The Tlme.Unlon.4 word. not May 31. ,and all nature seemedto Will he rank as the master criminal s,
tps by the porters and It fa' amus- tie has preserved a fascinating silence enough money in the entire to rejoice over the fact The of the twentieth century
g to see the adeptness with which as to his own future ambition, but we pay for one-half tb' phosphate In Ala forest birds were" out In force this --------,-
r>eJ catch the bait and swallow J It.ho can tell him with entire confidence chua, Marfou Citrus, Levy, Hernando morning, singing their sweetest tunes; Ftnnwll ad HI. Patent.
bo should obe* the ScrlpturolJu.- :Polk and DeSoto countiesYet with Florida hen cackled '
rat has yet been able to swim that [ the with a different Sheriff L. W. Fennell has always
Across the pond before being "taken Junction when he leaves the Gover all this mineral wealth. In. the State: voice the rooster crowed' in a enjoyed the reyuftftlon of being the,
nor's and love even 'his enemies it has been the habit of some FtoYl-- musical the
by one of the 'gators. office more way: .atmospheremore most liuman sheriff lit the 8Utt It
of the Florida press, for not one of dians to pooh-pooh the Idea of a geological pleasant the leaves .appeared a ;
It not only tbe prisoner he look af
n. mans: friends of Hon. A. C. them but has helped to add to his survey. The decrlers of geological brighter green the old town cow tel' as regard humane treatment and+
001::: Comptroller of the State ofcia. political bulk and prestige, and If the science as an economic' adjunctto meandered with a quicker.. step: the comfort but be extend'* his practiceto
will regret to learn that be criticism that has enraged him had the State's prosperity, however.have stroke of he town' clock Mounded' more the dumb family, for which: beha >
II *>?'a ill at his home in Tallahas- been withheld, he would have been deprived either become converted or are In unison, and In fact all nature seemed a sense of high regard
.; .*ic ,last several weeks. There of .one of the most effective now holding their peace. tVe thallDe..r to rejoice that It was all over." Mr. Fennel! Is atreat dog fancier. ,
' 110 C' '.U'-ine the fact that Mr. agencies for making him a notable know bow rich Florida really Is ::=:=- -..=* tut I I. evidenced by the number off
rot a most efficient State of. figure In the annals of_his_State. In mineral wealth until a thorough Cot John x. Seeley: former secretary canines he has on hand at.All time***
cat! ) r-d be geological purvey has been made. In of the railroad commission but
will have many friends -- -""-- -- With a view to their comfort, he hast
*bo LABOR LEADERS.It the one ankle/ of pho. hatf9. 1rr.Vogt's .
<- .i e, :c bin ardent support PROFESSIONAL. now a leading attorney ot'Tailabalwe.: compounded a mixture, a kind of in*'
b; remark In a communication to will probably bo a candidate for railroad
a candidate
for reeleciberts ectlcid. which he Is using as a pr.->
0Ii a 1908. '..::, Is a great thing to be a preacher.says The Tampa Tribune that the phosphate commissioner In 1&OS< Col. N*.I- ventntlVA for flea. and which he ,d*! .
: ReV. Charles Stelzle. That I.. the business alone would support millions ey was at one time a resident of dares is the t> *tb* has ever 'nail.-
A. ::-' Jt.* >. 'of St. Petersburg right kind of a preacher. One whose of people for centuries In Florida, Gainesville aid his old friends here Mr. Fennell is ,seriously consider y

a .J ')r pondc'lnt.or. The sympathies are as broad as humanlt/ without other resources i9 a pointerto would be delighted at,ttie opportunityto fnp. patent on thin Insecticide, and
Do:: a .tu ,., during the recent *e.- and as high as heaven. There Is no Immense possibilities %v<*n It vote for 2 !ai fur 'the'office which in that event It will be placed on thrmarket. ,
'c e i eglslature. Is>one of the occupation which today has greater Florida were as barren otherwise asher he Is Imlnently qualified to fill."i It can ,be sold at a reasonable t-
:: .paper men of this State. possibilities !n It for manly men. It enemies occAsslonsliy: proclaimour ::..:-- .. "::apT ;'-: figure and there Is no reason.
rr -JI"'a:: occurred when the Is far from being an out-of-date Job. teeming and fertile State to b
tC *, aj er veteran would have Nothing may: be made more modern that Ifor Eugene 'Matthew a good '"'ue out of the ventureTHE ,
A ff1,lilt to "cover" three or because It touches men at every pointof Several of the Stat. papers severely odltor I of Tb* 8u&rke Telegraph and. t'e ._ _. .._
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ir irmt; events at the same the lives. criticise Governor Broward .for refusing front:' Bradford county
m X.-ng. Roberts was alwrays But we can't all be preachers, to surrender! Claude X/Cnffle for the pant two terms will |>e a candidate t
t ,e emergency. I neither Is ,Jt true that the minister has to the sheriff of Manatee county, to for heats Senator from the/ kt -ll
I a monopoly: of the opportunities which answer to five Indictment for criminal Thirteenth; district nest year. Better.. i
v n.ings of Penoaoota is go- are coming to men for the building libel. Tt4 l Indictments are the be careful. O" u''. how you "buck 1 r.
a 'a hard fight for the Gov"U up of a higher type of manhood and resultf of articles published by, IVCngle Doe Crews. s I
n. :. the proper time ar-. womanhood., Two of England's most In, his Florida Sun regarding John A. ,1
't a native Floridian and 1* prominent and most successful preach Graham, Democratic nominee for the R. a. Dunn for,the peat Sirs years ,.v
Ok- '; W' a geniality which make ers recently said that If they were not Legislature. It Is claimed) that Governor wcrvtary to tb.- railroad eo.-.mJ.1Ob, l 1 _
1iQ. ::... <. approach by all classes. of In the ministry, they. would try to Broward commanded the sheriff will be a eau Htr ua* been our pleasure to become labor leaders. Others in this i of Lon county not to serve the rapine John I* Morgan, whom I
&1'. I-u Albert Jennings since country have alto said ItThe! diffIculties , from the Manatee county court' The not be a candidate for re-election,
i; tx I Oe wa elected a delegate in both positions are very much I final outcome of the ease will fee Mr. Duna t. editor- of Toe )Madison $ ircr:
J the > Jonal Democratic convent alike. The demand for sacrifice and watched with interest. t Recorder and Ie well known throughout
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a nominated Bryan for Prest- for never-ending toll 1. ever tIthe ---- -- ------ the State _.
... nd we have always: admired same misunderstanding, the same 1 Judge A O. 'V ;ht. a .veteran Journalist '- 11aCA ih[ IlUlOari f1v1119144, ?
.rant: 5o tsoe,
fop the stand be took in that abuse, the same lack of appreciation.1 known throughout he Stat With a few; exceptions the merchants .
*'et1at The Sun <* of the opinion Bat. both the preacher and the labor: has been oomUtated for judge of the of Oatnes Lis are the,poorest advertiser 'L aci.uCteCHrlLLt .
a*.would make Florida an honest Under have the same reward e coo-i municipal court of JackaonvIIl. : Amore la the countryAll efforts I t r1.Az
sea-taetlonal chief magls. .* a' of bavin been the mean worthy successor to Jfoe lamented to show them the valo of printer's'"
"*a and oca a man win be needed of blessing to common humanity. Judge Dzferruki could not hay Ink I* a -..... of b""tb-1aJf""It Ala j ::4D.o.r r L sT _$ 3 )
u. gubnitorW o+ftscs, after 1MI. Thereto many a: fine eooseientkwsV beta samsd? IB tfe. way of a -,e,." puff, ,. + D'f'





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M1Snt Makes a Woman Will Put Pavement In Patstks. ): .",// --;-- -' ,'
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Loot Ten Years' Aggregating Many Mile r "'' .. ' .. \\ro': .,.. -=r""!! ,'.. <
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Younger O. Petre, who baa t been construe, ;y".7'$ (
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,- Deceus< II Inkes lag the sand-cement pavements In :,,. ,' ? .... :;"ilLD ,t; ,"if ... \Z:' '. !'" .
G. W. Crabtree Removed Prom a grent ,velgbtoU this ,city has ,been awarded the eva- :". ..:J.!'. ... ;.>:".... ,';";:7 \' '- .. \

ber mind . tract for doing this work In "'t1ta. .,:; ,
Hospital in Jacksonville. I Mr. Petre stated In conversation with "V R
a reporter of The Sun that the priM FIRST AND LAST
WAS P.UT' IN COUNTY I JAIL received was a great deal higher than

---- Solve tha daily DeaeetJ .rohlem. the bids for Oamesyille. o'r tbe pricesbe 1
i possible to serve .0.0 S E

The' Unfortunate Young: Man Is ffromColdeboro i a dltemntdeesertevery" day Ir&.be year.: was receiving here. ..
." Highly I Iall.t) can be j>n.-imre I In- I', )fl'. Potts has accomplished remark TT
N. C., and Is Con
i etstntty'simplyt able results here. He has constructed ,
; 6. Mean $ $ made to all who]
nectedRelatives, Have Been" 'Notified 1el\ : add boiling water I hai
1'' miles of .sidewalk pavements
..' by Friend* of ,HI. Family. -. $ CI.1, and.set to oooL. f at a cost which, be declares has not r buy or wear them. :In st

7 &..0"100.
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a Jacksonville:: Fla. June tO, WCrabtree' per package, at.all been profitable, and altogether be i ease and durability, Shield 'Brand Sl olsl
claims that he baa been the loser.
of Qoldaboro, N. C,, who barreeu ra."

> an Inmate pf the, St. Luke' Hospital TIle CentiM Fare, Bay.M.Y.Vliltwur i There is 00'& tact. and that is that toe the mark of perfection.eoLtO .

' tMl'', since Tuesday night last doveloped tMMMh atJamtlWJ\: Firpof teton. Contractor Petre has given us a good DV RCL-iftDLG MCA tt"NT8 ONLY t

j; dementia last night to suchan I walk. If he has not "made good" on M. C. KISER C. Manufacturers. t..'

extent that it became necessary the contract teat is his own fault, but ATLANTA ,
to ,remove hint to the county jail ,tor I HIGH e RINGS HAPPENINGS.' be has given the people 'a service ,

safe keeping.: IOn which Is appreciated.:
Several. t
last Tuosday night Crabtree arrived Social Qatharlnge. In That

her "on the Seaboard AIrLine I I Town During the Week. MICANOPY NOTES.
train .from ,Fernandlna. lie was noticed High Springs, Juno 7.The Pyth! Mlcanopy June 6.-J. H. Alison and

: acting queerly by p, O. Nay, of ian Bisters held an election of officers brjde returned from New York, James .

q this city, who was a passenger on the on Wednesday night, 'which resulted. town and other points, where they NOTICE OF
'''t train, and "whom Crabtree approachedas In tbe following; Airs. O. W. Easter have been -on their bridal trip. Mr. I

the train reached ,Jacksonvllle and lin, M. E. C.; Mrs, Gordon Hunter, E. Alison is one of the firm of Melton school An election house, will In the be held at the fc.s

;banded him a package of papers. S.; Mrs, W.: B. Anderson n. J.; Mrs.J. Lumber Co.Melton ADMINISTRATRIX' NOTICE TO tract of Alachua county Bell, Florida School tt.

memorandum books and J20-Jn cash il., Salle, manager; Mrs. P. P. Lumber Co. have the pleasure . CREDITORS., Saturday June 35 1907\ for the,,..

requesting Nay to keep them and ask i Wood, !tl, of R. C.; Mrs, If, .Cfcl* Orady of owning a nice touring car. It Notice is hereby given that all. pog'' of determining whether <* M

,fen Nay ,for: bis card, which: was given ;I111m. )I. of P.J Mrs. Sophie Sims, protector; is one. of tbe best make of, .Cadillac creditors, distributors or other persons a said special district tax snail school be re-eBtablUhe district sL

Not caring to be responsible Mrs 'LeoQ Hatchell, guard. type 'ante a very handsome machine holding claims or demands changing of, the boundary line for

'for the man's property Nay turned I' There was a grand flsh fry at Poe! : We have a number of miles of hard against the estate of W, D. Seigler, deceased same, for the election of three tn m

;" It ..over :to the police and explained Springs 'on tbe 3rd. given by George roads, and it will be,, a great, pleasure must present the same to the' tees therefor, and for the purpose d

bow he came In possession of It. I IJtn r Reynolds In honor of his sisterin-law, to glide along over the country.R. undersigned for payment within two assessed determining and the,collected rate of mlllagetobi
the memorandum book.. under Miss Ida Baugh. of Athens, Ga. It L. Prince has moved his family years from the first publication of' next succeeding two years theretft for th

ttte'head of identification, was written I 'wad a delightful affair. here. They will occupy Mr. Craig's this notice: and a failure to do so will Polls will lie open at 8 o'clock u4

the following! George W. Crabtree The ladies' of the 'Presbyterian house. H$- is our agent at the A. C. be plaid in bar to any action to reCover I close at sunset The following uo*

Goldsboro, N.. C Case of accident notify church will give a box supper on the L. depot. on the same. ors persons of'said have election been appointed, inspe*
Mrs. O. A. Soutberland, Golds* evening of the Hth. It promises to Rev. Mr. Holtzhatxsen has moved .Into All, persons owing the said estate W. A.' Bryant. J. A. Ward

', ,1 oro. N. C. 'The,name of Mrs. George be one of the most entertaining affairs the Peace house on Seminary must pay the same to the undersignedat I whom shall, act as clerk. "

01!. Crabtree had beenwritten, but of the season. street. >- once. I By order of Board of Public &:

t' 'scratched out and the ,name of Mrs. There was a card party at the resi Vegetables are moving in large LULA D. SE1QLER Administratrix D.structlon 1907 this. the 7th day of Mar.i

,Boutherland substituted. denC1' of, Mrs Laura Dennis, on tbe quantities" from here. of the Estate of W. O. Seigler. Chairman Board R.Pub.D.Inatrnctica WEEKS! ,,

A erUftcatesbowlng that one f evening of June 4. Mrs. Warren on Dr. W.' A. McGrlff has gone to Deceased Attest J. L.KELLEY Sec. and Supt

{- .John W.' Jones has been dismissed I the lady's prize, and Mr. Mlzelle won Tallahassee to visit b6! parents. J. M. RIVERS' Attorney for De -

from the insane asylum at Los Ange the gentleman's prize. Our school will close on the llth fendant. ICE. !OF ELECTION.

lee, Cal. December 6, nos, and signed On Sunday, the 2nd, our town was of this month. We have, had:'a good An election'will-be held at the Rod-

by Medical Superintendent A. P. saddened by the death of Mrs. Eliza term '&1111 the best of teachers.. PETITION FOR ELECTION. field school house, in school DWrt*

Williamson, was found In his papers. beth Rice, mother of Mr. J. G. Rice. T --------- To the Board or' Publlo Instruction: No. 64 of Alachua county, Florida,

There are several people residing She lived for a number of years in EnrSZN'EaB: +]iDE3.: We, the undersigned taxpayers and Saturday: June 15 1907 for the pa*
voters residing In the Wllleford pose of determining whether or BOM
Gainesville, but for tbe past few Special -
10 who know C abtree years
School District No. 88. petition said district shan be created a speeU
and members' of his family in Golds* has been a resident of High Springs. your, honorable body to call an election tax school district for the electto*

I boro. They endeavored to locate him She was. eighty-two years old in, Jan DR" ROB?. 0, BOWERS; In accordance with the law, and of three trustees therefor, and for fl

Tuesday night, hut failed}" On''Wednesday uary. Mra. Rice was a lady full ofmany Y at a time suitable to yourselves, for purpose of determining the rate
Christian DENTIST: the purpose of changing the boundaryof mlllage to be assessed and collects*
sL graces and beloved by .
he located
morning at
y was the
said succeeding tw
district, for the election of therefor
Luke's Hospital, where, be went him all who knew her. The bereaved a -: three trustees and for the purpose of Polls will opts at
family have the sympathy of the Office in Miller Law xebalJ e. 8 o'clock and close
pelf and entered the institution as a en : naming the mlllage to be assessed; at sunset IV
tire community. said district to embrace the following following named persons have bew
patient Office! Phone No.: 2W5 j R..rdueeNo.lse described territory towit: appointed Inspectors of said election 1

r Last night the young man developed I , , t:,. ,;"'., ; . All of Sections '25 26, 27. 28, 29, T. F. O wens,.J. I.. Jameson, a V

s' symptoms of dementia and his NEWBERRY NOTES. "" ', w 30, 31. 32. 3334. 3S, and SO. Township 7. Roberts, one of whom shall act t
'condition became such as to make it I Range 15: ; also'all of Sections 1, 2, clerk.

&; etnaq to have him removed to the Newberry June 5. -Mrs. B. A, T. B.' ELLIS, JR., f 3. 4. 5, 6, ,. 8, 9,' 10, 11, 12,. 13, 14. By order of Board of Public 11..
ambulancewas Groff and daughter Mrs. 15, 16, 17, 20. 21. 22, 23, 24, 25. 26, Btructton this 7th day of May A. D
county' Jail. The police Peyton 27, 28. 33, 34, 35 and 36, Township 8, 1907. R. B. WEEKS
'summoned and the patient was Fortson, left ;Friday fpr Starke, where lange 15; also all of Sections 1. 2, 3. Chairman Board Pub. Instruct

taken from the hospital and placedIn they went to attend the funeral of ATTORNEY.AT.LAW.GAIKKSVU.I.XV 4. 9, 10, 11 and 12. Township 9, Range Attest' : J. U KELLEY, Sec and S.iCt

cell at the county Jail. Crabtree the former's sister. Mrs C. TJ. ... .\' 15; also of Sections 19. 20 and 21, -

'Was armed, with'ft' Colt's revolver and Hoover.W. . Township Range. 16.Very 'NOTICE OF ELECTION. tAn
the weapon was taken!\ possession ofby G. Chapman, visited Worthing IF.LO "D.& D.: L. Flowers J. respectfully F. Ward, J. R. election will be held at the T

the officers, also. the young ,man's ton' Springs Sunday, returning )Ion. Thomas, D. II. Salter. coma school house, in the Tacow
watch. Note-The above petition will be I School District on Saturday June< U
day Jv. PATTON presented to the Board of Public Instruction 1907, for the purpose of determtoti*
'i' ,Friends interested in Crabtree's welfare O. D. McGregor of Salem spent of Alachua county, Florida, 'whether or not said district haIl M

bays notified relatives In regard Monday here, shaking hands with his ...Civil Engineer and Surveyor at the meeting to be held on June i enlarged as a special tax school dJt
,to:the matter., and, no %)bt. 'some of many friends. 15, 1907.NOTICE trlct, for the. election of three t'e
.' will, here to take charge DEALER IX REAl ESTATE tees therefor and for the purpose
a > ''.10 come Misses Fannie and Ella Smith left : determining the rate of mlllage to*
fI C tlm. Unless this is done it is ex- Monday for Bronson, where they will Prompt attention to all business, DEED UNDER SECTION.S OF CHAPTER assessed and collected therein for o*

jwctfrd.. that Crabtree will be examined spend the week, visiting friends and Office, nirat door North of Thra.h->r'. 455!*. LAWS OF FLQRXDA.Nottoe next succeeding two years thereafiav

and If found insane will be ordered relatives. office. p. O. Box IBS. Gainesville Fir la hereby rives that J. / naymaan. at Polls will open at 8 o'clock and naoH&*

:committed to the State insane purcbMcr of Tax Oerttdoata No. 4%. dated sunset. The following
pa.lum'at. George Pickett of Duluth was here I tba nth day of July A. I*. ba Bled persons have 'been appointed Imp**
Chattahoochee. Sunday *akl oertlfleat la my office inn ore of said election: J W Chan-

Mrs. Lillie Kitchens and daughter Alacbna County Abstract.Co, : store application with J.for.... tax Said deed Issue embraaeti I--:the- tin, Wt J. Ward Wm. Burch CM *

Marshal' Has Sight Injured. Minnie, who have been visiting at Incorporated) ebua oUowltui eounty.dcaortbed Florida property towltjTl spurted to Alv whom By order shall act of Board as clerk.of Public b.

Lafayette. Os. June, *. -While so Lake City, are 'home again. Parry M. Oolaon.Prea i J. W Bland a*, Via >. B4O sores of fraotlooal See. It. Tp. IS structlon this the 7th day of Mar*,
,, the blasting of Cherlt Miss Mollie Swlndal left Friday ITe.j D. R. Colaon Seo.*rrae.OA1NE S.. M. t*-40 aereo.Tb D. 1907. R. B. WEEK '
ssssed at the date of
City Marshal T. A. Masbburn was for Bronson, where, she will visit Yfl.l i E. FLA. he 1 sues..o' suchbstn vartlfloai.In UM*.f'tlaleaa Chairman Board Pub. Initrocoe*
J. r. .0000bIa. Attest: .1.1.. KELLEY Sec. sad SO
1 seriously Injured by a premature; ex- friends a few days. said eertlflo&t shall be redeemed ao
ptoelen. Ue will be taken to Chattanooga We do aa excKtir* Abstract eordlnv law. tax deed will issue tbereon oa IDLED
Mrs. C. D. T. J. : be Ittbda of June. D JtOTlCK or APPLICATION FOR
May Woods Mrs. nest. with fseilities for Impartial Fall A. IIIC)?
to consult alist.
a spec WltaetMiay official CBJ48M.
alm-itura and aeal TJNDEB SECTION 3 or
Tbos. Mcl eod and daughter Mar Information concerning she Title of tbe ivtb day of ".1'. .A, IX 1907.S. skis I LAWS Or FLORIDA. "
I garct. spent last Thursday at Worth any and all lands In Alsebua oonty.. H. WIKNQKS.
Tonight. All Dullness trsnsaote promptly Pd Clark greats Coon Atacbaa Co.,Fla. Nottoe .la bervvr rtrea that W. apurchaser I .
t' Ington Springs I : of Tax "tertUleate Ile
1C you -would enjoy tomorrow" take I .
dated the tad day of wepterobef'Jaj.01De.
Qfeambvrlain'a Stomach and Liver 0. A. Neal has returned from : NOTICK Or : NOTICE or APPLICATION>R- TAX aao. lira filed aald eertmesle
I APPLICATION FOR TAX ...... baa made application for ***
Tablets' tonight. They produce an Gainesville. I DBKD ONDER SECTION S Or .CHAPTER SECTION Or CHAPTER to fe-aue la oordaeo with law 8514 "

.*. r*.abl' laxative effect clear the Miss Olive Wright left Monday; t8Ie. LAWS Or FLORIDA. Notice visa. LAWS.. or FLORIDA, oat erty aitaated eotbraeee: In the Alaeaua folowleSd..crl eeuotr; Yew'

bead and cleans the stomach. Price, morning for Jacksonville where she NoU e la hereby given that A. J. DaCoata. rur b.aer of hereby Certlnoate elves that No.X__T. Price 4
I orr-a_ purvhaaer of Tax Crrtlneate No.ST. .tb day' of ea. ... D. aaaT.ate4 the Jj5"lor Nw I'.. E I.9 of 8*laad X
: Samples free at all drug will' enter the St. Luke's Training datedtaeethdayof IMH, nled a&M
** cents. JuIy.A.At59bu.l.dseideertlnoat. eertlfieate IBay office, and KelBee. MX. Tp. 0 B_ R. i*"**seta
SchooU la oat om_. and baa made appuoa f or ta.4... IB naa made appUoattoa Tbe aaid land beliur aresaed: at 15 **i:
teittewl Uoa tor tax deed to taaae la aooordaaee wits ..... Said eee meat. aoeordaaoe whit the toeaaaeeo: soak rtlaeate: la \M .
)Mrs. Tom Swlndal left Saturday for law. Said eertlfloate embraeea toe roUowtn ao.tu decerlbed 11I-, moraeee tbe lot- of -
deaertbed property sheeted la Alaebna coun _. Y1 Situated &II Ah&Obua 11 QattsoaW eartMeatw shall be relee.51eordlst .
'Y. 4t1da. towlt
Judeo :
where she will spend a few ty, Florida,towltt wUI Mew rtar-
to law deed
W tax <
aIsoe '
7 AwKSee. .. Ttx a S.. R. 1 1. ; atot8w1-4Sea8. ..8..R.IT .
the attb
D. 15at.Wits. _
days, guest of her sister. Mrs. Stock TII.eakS Jalld -.ec1I ., day of Juae A
'!"be..act laad -- : sateb a. 01 .. ottislat stgsst.reredthe at*
ton. t t .-.of.ue0_ slitIo,... amofi' .t fUata.oTJnlea Lwrree.of e.rtideate Ia the same laud d."aiy of Meg.A. A rule.K .
of r. ai WUu. WILAGiS
T. .. Woods of Floral City was here CaleM aald eerUOeat abajt V>e redeemed a*. aoeocdUurto said la.eartloeat, ahaJI be redeemed tx C2er Circuit Oust> 1L A--'"!aaAy r-
tax deed
eo-wtoir to law. dose win taeue .. will fore tbereoa
several day last week on business. JWltaeen :: the oa OQtbe SItS day of Jlua* A. lltt. W.8.CHEV- _
tae a.u day of A. ix wn. .
Iamb offlei. .....,. WHikeea xay otBelal .....,.... and real this "
1. F. of Worthington Spring Bay sad acM this the
list day of
May A. IX 111I". DISCS.AJG&
: tbe sad day of May. A. Ix I Wt AFFUOATJOMNotice W'OR
la here for a few days looking after *: U. WIKNOKS. S. M. WIENOS9 TkV.
; pd Clerk Cfrvwit Court Alaebva Co..Fla.PATENTS Pd Clerk ClrorisCornsAlsebuano.,51.; ta hereby: gives bat L
his buslnea _. Jay M. a. CHBVitsTn. a ter w.z -M last eMof wra .,.
:- -, a ert user
Miss Clem Pickett of Jonesvllle. was the d.xasoa C51 Jar
: here shopping Saturday;: NOTICE Or A PPTJ CATION rDa TAX and for; Alaebaa eooaty. blunts.Phsbat. ::=
DtUtn: UNDER SECTION a .sax -noataa after date
MTss Laura Guy is her for a few OF CUAPTEK anal dtoeaanre frota BUP aafct exee.tor=
taat I. ae mach exeeator. abail ls.
days. Miss Guy has been Ttsitlng Xotlee ta ....... ctrexi thai Mr*. ..K. Riebfeltowa sets o.. ",JadfwBaa.rwtaraa of mw
her sister, Mrs. Bummers of High sides. p5r.bsaw .rtWewt. cal, for 8M A Ira
1 eased the tied dsy'or-'a1 a. as :: b.. that tsth day of Jrerarr. A. '
*Springs. sled ..... eerlafae III my ...... sad as. wnl -
MOCFBBWIFB shoots Miss C na Hamilton of<< Josesvfliewaa.hsra :1Dao4. .po8eattow toe tax deed to .... is It&ee.tor: .". t.a.n
BTBRY bay aataffPBltlAl.
; ee.orduee with fa w. stem eeruaea __ LPWMr.DeeeaMcLNOTICE. ,,,,.
abop tag: Tuesday. M.aei UIoeo -tbeol .
' r.msrty dt
paR iuaareaay .MIII to.t 1.ema 'JI.jrVorUa.
lifts, H. C. Collins a4 1MftS1.. assessor l.ot M. Ve.tob.Aedttloa se .

I.&.. BeoBomUal a4 Pne eal. I* Myrtle and JU J. 'left J*>a ay for .,.fte. -..Mid..-.iattd.. meb Ming am eettlacst.
aw4 fa silt MOM.W. EWnr **S-tP TH.-a m.w ia **--* i ijijaawi saMjaSWfFf Is u. the _eae II a. Ar
vtU .
;: Its Mft a VaMosta. Oa_ :where tkMr spend r.l M .1# Iwwr s t .Iaw 11h of. TtH..tetehrd. .
..,........ UsMesM..eneese ekes be hdwes.d.e, ., Sees ttN: AwwN
a law weeks) vtsttrag TssXvis.Tasa ....,.,"
: emotes to is teed '
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HatJa.a. of Mtmi .. np 4Ua but rue
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1 wlfdlt sissy 11fa.iiNtt ta.,0.t --..IsNd w
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Opening; June 13th 1' and Lasts Four Days.- Thursday,

' Friday, Saturday and Monday j' .x ., f;::' : ;:: '

EVERYTHING MARKED' IN PLAIN FIGURES--- ,000.00 Rewar'f ; If, You. Can:' ';, t

Find a PricVChanged for This Salq. No Make-Believe or Trick

Just a Plain, Fair, Square Offer., ,..: '

One-Fifth Off On All Panama and Straw Hats
. \- Clothing, . . 1

15 :Per Cent Off on All FutfnisMngs' ----Arrow Brand Collars .

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See What - See What 15 I Per Ct.

1.5 Off "Means Off Means to You

Furnishings '
t in
Men's Suits .jo .
$10.00 Suits, 1-5 oft ... ... ... .. . . .. ... .$ 8.00 50a Shirts: 15 per cent off . . ., . . . . . .44a050Shlrts,15percenboff. J
$12.50 Suits, 1-5 off,. .... . . . . . . . . .$10.00' . . . . . . . . . 55o
. . Shirts, . . . . . . . . .
$15.00 Suits, 1-5 off. . . . ...-. . . $12.00 75c 15 per cent off : .640
$16.6p Suits, 1.5 off . .. . . . .. ._ .. . . .$13.20 $1.00 Shirts, 15 par cent off . .. .. .. . , 650 } '
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$18.50 Suits, 1-5 off .'. .,$14.80 $1.25 Shifts, 15 per cent off $1.07
$22.50 Suits, 15 off;.." _.... _.... .u..<. .. ..$18.00 $1.50 Shirts, percent off .. . .,. .. . .$1.28
\ $2.00 Shirts, 15 per cent oft. . . ,'. . . $1.70 ,
Men's and. Boys'Pants;>> .. '
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$1.00 Pants 1-5 off,,:, ;? .. _. ;"t: ,Jl .,.800 SHOES
$1.50 Pants, 1-5 off \;., ....,'... .. ."..'.. .. ..$1.20 '
$2.00 Pants, 1.5 off..". .. . . . . . .. ..'...". .$1.60' $3.5O Abbott Shoos, 15 per Cent off . . . ; ..'$2.08
$2.50 Pants, 1-5 off.. .. .:. . . . ... .. . . . .$1.90 ,' $-1.00 Crossett Shoes, J 5 per cent off. . ...-....$3.40
; Edwin Shoes, 15
$5.50; Clapp per cent off $4.08
$3.00 Pants" 1-5 oft.$2.40
13 50 Pants,1-5 off*. . . : . .. 2.80 $0.00 Edwin'Clapp Shoon. 15 percent off . f5.10
$,1.00 Pant, 1-5 off .. ...r. ... :. .;. . : .: .$3.20 -A!>iff lot of .small Ladle* tine low and
$.1.50 Pants, 1.5 off. . . . . . .. . .. ... : . :$3.40 high Shoes, sizes 2 to 8i-prices cut in half Also
$5.00 Pants, . . . .. . . . .. . . .$4.00 _; a lot of Children's low Shoes which wo will close
out at less than cost.
Panama and Straw. Hats
50c Straw Hats, 15 o''f... . ..... ...*.. ...*..:. .. .40c Athletic Shirts and Drawers
75c StrawlIats,1.5off. . ._ .. .. . .. ..... ..60c,t to Match '
$1.00 Straw Hats, 1-5 off.. . .. .. .. . ... . ...SOq 'r All j
15 off Sale.
$1.25 Straw lIats, -5 off.. ... ... .. .. .. .. .. ..1.00. KO percent during thl"'ourDay I
$1.50 Straw'Hats, 1-5 off .. . .. .. . .. . ., .$1.20 BALBRIGGAN SUITS. . .Shirts. . . .and. . .44** i \'
. . . .. .. it f Drawers to match
$2.00 Straw"'lIats, 1.5 off. *. . $1.60 t.
$3.00 Straw Hats, 15.ff.: ,.t'<::*.. .... . ... .. .'.$2.40' . "\" GOOD WHITE SUIT to match . . .6OO \ .j
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$5.00 Panamas...,. .-. .. .. ,.'....... .... . .$;1.00 1 ,. If you want a Hart
$750 Panamas .. ..'.. . _. .'. ._. .. .. .... '.'$6.00 c ;
$8.50 Panamas. ._.?. .... .. . . .'. . . . . .J.$6.80 Schaffner & Marx ;
$10.00 Panamas.... .. . . ,.. . . .. ... . .$8.00
$12.50 Panamas. ,... ... ... . . ... .. . .$0,60 Suit, come early, as

) HOWARD Pelt Hats.and".BONAR. ,... ., .Best. . $ 2.5 5 they won't last long. .

ThE) :B sat a pL J3: .ggE3st le :f. '

I TTtrei-ri s aTci: : Bags ::io the 6i ty to. seleot '

::fro r-T i. Large sJ--1 ; p-rn.f.e-r..t j"" :in .

fromp:: :: Rou-n tx:: :-ee. All at a 15 per cent off. '.


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Mr.. W. B Taylor and on. Clover. front *S',..wlaye.Dr.1iJJ. Sun:

\\YS OF CITY ANDiJOUNTUONDENSED and daughter Uttle Miss Elizabeth J. C. Italic of Alachua was among I\\

left Wednesday afternoon on their tho bunt ness visitor to thla city yeaterday -

an* Al vacation iu North Carolina .

They will be absent several weeks., Three full-blooded fox-terrier pups

attd friends wish then a pleasant/ and" for ale.. ApfVly at 303 East Liberty H WILSON'S10c

Mts. of General Interest Oathtered beneficial sojourn. ;/,,, t 1 t street.. lty. .

Oar Exporter Wm. Llttledaleof Hawthorn, the sue''. For pine shingles rosin barrel

by cessful traveling salesman for ,the B. stave and headings, write T. J. Cone,
J. Smith Company manufacturing con-
Raleigh, Fla.
soCiAL ITEMSdHeSHPPensdand
aSONAt AND fectioners. C. 1;. Melton Ibe crate and mill
city yesterday. Mr. Llttledale states H "
What I. Going Dan ot Mica'nopy. was a business SALE .
that his trade Is excellent throughouthis
visitor to this'city yesterday.
Happen Told In Short Paragraphs; territory which la evidence of the :i ;
Read" of ;. i I' 8. L. Turner and Interesting little
That "H. Who Runt May prosperity, the people\ I'
daughter Miser Leola. were In the
B. F.;McCall. formerly of Fairbanks
in The SU" where he. was engaged In the naval city from Lake View Friday. We have placed on sale the best assortment ti'

fHdav'i DaVv $**. i George Gleason and son, Fred, of
stores business, Is In the city from J of Plain and Colored Lawns
r >Eo Colto ot Hague was trading Jennings where he Is extensively Interested 0 Rocky Point were among those who

the city yesterday. In a similar enterprise.! Mr. 0,I spent .yesterday In Gainesville. and Organdies over shown: at the low

Lr and Mrs S. O, Gay of Mlcanopy McCall Is also Interested In real estate I j I'I'M.' D. Clouser of Trenton, an extensive Special price of-your choice for

ia the city on a brief visit to and declares Jennings la the coming < cross-tie contractor. was '

;adVN.Mrs. town of Hamilton county. !j registered at the Brown House yester- t

T. D. Ellis, Sr., Is In Waldo, I A. I. Glass and family left yesterday day. I lOcPerYard

guest of her daughter; Mr. *. .Chaa for BrooksvlUe, where they will I:3 f, Mr*. George F. Reed has moved
parka make their future home. This excel Into the residence, 206 N. Pleasant See

!Her Mr Collum, the Baptist minis- lent family have resided In Gaines o street recently vacated by Mr. and front center counter.

of Waldo, favored' Gainesville with vllle
visit yesterday.Henry which Mr. Glass was connected with j J. T. Price of Wade and T. J.

Stokes of Mlcanopy was ,I the Atlantic Coast Line first as Terry ot High Springs were among MONEYBACK SILKS

aon* those who spent yesterday in trainmaster. lAter as division sup" rI {I those who spent yesterday In this

e county capital. I I lntendent and It Is with regret that; city on business.

Bay Langford and Ca.!. Nipper of !.I. friends see them, leave. Mr. Ola.sI I j't Mr and Mrs. .J. A. Manning have We have secured the sole of
coun1. now: with the Tampa Northern. 1 agency
ewborry. were visitors to,tbe ;I returned ,from Starke, where they
capital yesterday. Workmen were yesterday engagedIn have 1 been on a visit to. Mrs. Man the celebrated Money-back Silks-every
Warranty and mortgage deeds for making preparations tor Installing nlng's mother. Mrs. C. M Kelley. yard guaranteed or your money back.

!I. at ibis office. Fifty cents per dos. the new steel ceiling and remodelling I I For Rent-The Clarendon Cottages. The
hundred. the Interior of the old Marcus Endel Seabreeze. regular price of the best grade is
Fully furnished
i or 13.00 per j | ; water
T M. Cauthen and E. L. Babbitt store preparatory to Installing tbe j I ,and electrio lighting. Term reasonable $1.75 per yard all over the world, but we I

Waldo were among the business I j furniture and fixtures of the new i for the season. J. B. Crocker. have decided in order to INTRODUCE
Gainesville National Bank which will i
atom to Gainesville yesterday. I I I open for business as soon as the |I Mrs. Charles C. Hudson and her the silk in this section to make tho price
Bias Gertrude Chitty of Mlcanopy | (three Interesting children will leave
Is ,his will make
place ready. a very
In this city as a guest for Gainesville Sunday to visit Mrs. '
out yesterday place the. furniture I .
attractive as Is of
her sister, Mrs. J. Fletcher 11111. 1 J. B. Douglass.-Times-Union, Thurs $1.50 per yard
1 I could
special design, and no findr be
Irwin, the merchant and cigar day..
F. D.
secured In the country. The plans
aoufacturer of Fairbanks waa trans- ref the bank have been on exhibition I A.. M. Cusbman, Robert McClellanand for tho mouth of May.

uhf business in this city yesterday. !I j jf In the window ot the Endel block'for It. E. Taylor have returned from
Ocala, where they went to attend a
M Yearwood., manager of the some time. ,
meeting of the Commandery on Friday Come to fee us. Our store is not the
Manufacturing Co. of Melrose
elrose Prom Daily SunOld .'
Saturday' night. biggest butt it is f he best in this section.
a* a visitor to Gainesville yesterday. paper for sale at this office.D. .
Friends of C, Y. Crawford will
Mrs., K M. Walton, left ,Wednesdayr G. Harvard of Arredondo was
to learn that he ha been
Aahevllle N C., where she willprod quite '
the visitors to Gainesville
among yes. ill at his hone Orange Mrs. R. Wilson
the summer, as Is her annual terday.
street for tike past few days, and trust
! torn.
as I Mra. H. P. Holstein and son. Charlie that be will eoon. recover.D. .

Remember A. M. Dlckson, the ;have returned from a pleasant visitto .
R. Campbell, an Industrious colored
f ktr, when in the market for aro- I I Mr. and Mrs. C. :M. McKinney at
triei.haygrain and feed-stuff.,_ Save Louise. farmer and trucker residing on I J. F. Bunch and daughter Miss) The ladle keep "open house" at the
R; F. D. No. 2 In the
GDflnll time. Write or !'phone me. Friends' ot Mr.. W. W.. Colson will bad and name
othloDR-dlitaoce_'.phon.s.r. returned from where 12 o'clock, and the exchange 1* t
regret to learn that she has suffereda the mibscription list of The Sun. attend
and Mrs. W. S. Dorsey are re- relapse and Is again confined to they went to tbe State convention I quite a success In every way.
Icing over the Increase In' their Mr. and Mrs. Henry Simpson or' of the Baptist Young Peoples'
I her bed with fever. The big clotting ale of Palter &
wily a One girl having arrived todd :I Mlcanopy favored Gainesville, friends Union. They report an excellent Morris, notice of which appear elsewhere

happiness to 'the household. I! Mra. John Chesnut and childrenI with a visit Friday Mr. Simpson time and a most successful meeting. In this paper, promise a feast
have returned from Live Oak, where formerly resided beret' and has many
mends extend congratulations. I|I{ Capt. T'. M. Venable of Arredondo of bargain for those In need of cloth
they have been on a pleasant visit friends who are always glad to see
Elmer W. McCreary returned yes E.I I him. was In town yesterday and made The ing, a* the firm announce they will
to Mrs. Cheanufs brother Cbas
1'4&r from Bedford City. Va., wheree Sun an agreeable call Notwithstanding give one-fifth reduction' all line
Halle. Mrs. W. W. Col on, who ha suffered
has been attending Randolph that he Is 64 years and experiencedfour This I I. one of tho largest and most
I a relapse fever, has been taken
on Academy His friends are glad[ ,' Circuit court will reconvene next years of hard service during the reliable establishment In this *AO*

) welcome him home for the summer- t Monday for the purpose of completing I to the Odd Fellows' Sanitarium, j} war between the State, Capt. VenableIs tlon pf tbe State, and their statements
where she Is receiving the best at- '
I of the A
the work spring term. number
Mr. In excellent health and bo absolutely depended
Collins and family who haven tentlon. Friend bop tor her early as Jovial asa may
'of criminal and civil cases remain
\ boy of .
residing at 206 :N. Pleasant twenty. upon.
recovery. ., ,
be tried.
to ----- --- ----
trett, have removed to lOG W. MOo I I j I Mrs. Theo Hudgins and.children
W. R. Hartley has severed his connection KIROV SMITH CHAPTER.
'Phone A. M. Dickson broker
ormlck street which location will : left yesterday tot Ncwberry., where
: with the Oalnemvllle Gas A I
9 more convenient to Mr. Collins"uslaeso. OaUesvllU. and get 11lcequaUc7. they will visit tbe former's sister. f
I[and quick delivery. Hoods sold from Electric Company where he has been : Mrs: Tom Klncald. From Newberry Interesting Wetting of That Chapter;,.
!' and West. employed for pearly three year, to I at Which Reports Are Submitted
!In, T. J Nixon of the Flral1\letho- Jacksonville the Can give they will go to Seabreeze where they
i I
let" church delivery prices to all points. accept a position wltu the Yellow Pine An Interesting meeting of Klrby
left yesterday for .Oxford. expect to remain for the : summer. '
a.. where he goes'to attend the com- Friends of Mrs. C. L. Carter will Lumber Co. I(I Mrs. Kincaid expects! to accomiwnythem Smith Chapter United Daughter pf ,
j : EL'c. the Confederacy held at the
Bailey Worthington Spring wa
.t'DCemente1ercllK"a: of Emory Col. regret to learn that 'she Is still. Ill to the beach. '
f of where she Is sojourning: wa in town yesterday for the first J I' home of Mr. K. 11, Flak, SouthUniversity
filch he I* a member ,of the at Cedar Key, I I Hon R. B, Weeks of "na.tbom.
bird or trustees. 1 with the baby and that her condition ; time 'In over "yea.r. His old Oalnevllle *- |chairman of school street Thursday afternoon,
f j Its little Improved. Dr. Carter Is with-: friend were glad to see him the Aboard, whoI being the regular monthly businessmeeting
Martin of Port Orange i I has been assisting SuperintendentKeney'
her. having been summoned to return : Again and to not that .he I I. enjoying of the chapter
"> thi, ,
city on a visit to his sister In tbe examination, returned
excellent health. At this meeting, which largelyattended
j was
: by wire after hU visit three or1
rs. DIrt
Mr. to his home
Martin Is a progres'O yesterday Uncle JlobHa.
!* four days ago. Mr*. Chas R. Carter of Cltra, after he Is there wa great deal of
business man of Port familiarly known Is making
business of .
Importance .
'range and, is now on his way overhis I j Cbas. i:. Halle. 8r.. of Alachua: who a brief visit to her slater Mrs. an excellent official and his th most Interesting trannacUnl whfefcwa : r,
among %
) old home at Hawthorn. I'} has been on a pleasant visit to hi* J. Fletcher 11111, West Liberty street, service are &IIIJr.-clated''y' the pub the reading of the tfa
has gone to Mlcanopy"; where she will report< of *,
D r !< J Barry a prominent citizen son Chas. & Halle. Jr., Live Oak, for be the peat of her parents, Mr. and lic at large. ,' chapter to the State convention by the

1111 druggist of High Springs wa.-a the past few days, baa returned to Mr*. E. C. Chltty.Mr 1. :'1. Cox of the Southern Express president :Mr. J. M. Hall, and the

ultar to Gainesville, yesterday. Hesme his home. ')fr. Halle 1* well pleased Company was among, tho* who I I I report of the work of the convention.whUh .
m with Lire Oak which bo declares U *. K. Moluar ha gone to Jacksonville spent
' business connected with the yesterday lu'this city. )Ir. was submitted by Mrs. H, H.McCreary a
nlU* States land office. haying tuad.en to becprn one of the leading Interior ,, where she will be a guestof Cox: was for many years a trusted chairman of tho d.legatieu.

entry under the atone and Umber cities of the state. relative and frleud for a few messenger of the company, and several r
ct day. From Jacksonville she expert 'I
j 1 At their last regular meeting the years' ago was shot by robbers near JOLLY OAVC BOND
Among the visitors to this city yea county commissioners transferred to proceed. North for the summer.Mr. Ban ford in on endeavor to prevent

'ro>> were Wm. H. Hayes: O. 8. and $10,004 from the fine and forfeiture Molnar Joining her later. them from securing'mosey. and valuable nl'.a..d en Thr* Thousand polls

8. fiaglcy. all of Tylwr. Mr. Haye. fund to the road fund and $1.000 L. L. Hill bas returned from a from bis car. I Ball |/n t.*.sburg.Tavar .

to ta a merchant filed a timber ando from the same fund to the school brief visit to Rocky fofnt Mr Hill L. J. Brnkhlm and ion, Louis, Jr.. *., ,Jun. -John W*. Jolly,
e homestead states that T. F Oavf. from a four- the AUanUc Coast Line
In the United states fund. The commissioners were enabled left yesterday for Atlamie City. N. railway agent
nd< the M-..,*. to take. this action by virtue J.. where the former, who U past
'err herea* witnesses of the act passed by the> recent' Legis- ty-six crate on the ,first cutting, grand dictator of the Knight' of the charges of etntMttilenient and b
Lacy wb! h wa a remarkable yield. 'forgery In the court of Judge J D.
Taylor left yesterday for SeatWash lat1tre.Irs.. r Honor of Florida will attend the

'* ., after several month spent '- M. E. Finch and little rand. Dr. Harry L. Pearce has returned a..lon of the Supreme Lodge or this r Mllam here Wednesday, was an/coro-i :

" this city with his parent". Mr. and son Fenwlck McCormick have returnd from Jacksonville, where hent to order Master llurkhlxn will proceedto .:panted back to L** lwrjr Wpdae.dsyevening

1R *. W Taylor. Mr. Taylor ex- from Cedar K>,.. where they have take examination before the State Trenton, N. J.. where hIt will spend by Bb.rlff Murrh, where toff- .

to make: his future borne In been for the past few days on account Dental hoard Dr. Pearce. passed an several weeks with the family of J. gave bond IA the sum of Uflf), some

ttl*. where It t* understood! he baa of the tatter's health. The little p&t .,.rudest examination, and 1* receiving M EndeL i of the best eUlMna of the place '***>>-
*" the congratulations of bl frle d.. lag on his I
a good position. bent recovered rapidly under the Gulf Attention 1* called to advertisemrntof boodti
it I ....
4 .
J rumored E. W. Ooolsby. Wad and ----- -- --- --- h ' -
that IL T.
a certain young' breezes and friends will "be glad to The a. W flyd Company who

"eU known and popular here foam that his condition I. greatly 1m Thomas of Monteocba. J. If. Black- announce that the big' continuation %

Die himself away to a. nearbyon > proved. well of Fairbanks? J. E. Clerumons mk will lad for ten day more. I t IOH B

lflg Wednesday of the ,coming J. Fletcher Burnett eon. of Ex-play and J. J. Morgan of Urooker., wr TW firm. wfcUh 1* ODe of the largest j"MWCa

..k .lwo be will take unto hltaselflrtbr. or and lireSr *. Burnett, has gone tiding. 14 the city y.*trday, )fl'. and joust ep.lD-dat-t In the Htato, I* W
- Friend* who are "on" to Butte Montana, where be win assume Morgan bad his name enrolled upon offering soot great bargain In all SAIT5KKD

eoBgrmtttlaUocix In advance. the management of an extensiveit. the subscription lit of TINt Sun. line, and It will pay rospeUv purchaser 'a-- .I Ir

*r, aed Mr*. -T K. Oodbey of I elothlnc stabUsbme IT trnr'. Mr*. V. T. Douglas and son. Fraak to call and aspect tb* goods cult sfA17fKml &
r .
- --MM.d throoali the city jNter4a7a.te o numerous friends regretted to see and )(..*. 8. M, Mlxoo. have gone 10.Iam..toW'lt and prices n.,aret/e w: Ro
.y- to JUachaa wber* ,user will him leave but wish him jaboundedsuccess where they will 'spend The< "'or aa'* Exchange, an auxiliary prNrM r+url y t, a u ,.c rte,w.- N ,

t.rtr '4&. MM..... ?>In. Clara B. In his aev bom ne editoral several weeks nrlth relatlveeand of tILe mblln tlbtary. was opeq! es M f1M1s..neieeuu-...sIN.L4M,..tofrytif r..WIS M. ...-: .. -1. '

.y. ..-.**. ',here for sereralSVMsasl TIM! Sun Asa known him from friends. Mr*. DouglaM and son will aisle yesterday and the vMaaeas7msevaleeeer'. . .... .-
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sea v.1
'b c .. t.... tiM.' pies.*. bIWU4 unb..ItatioOM of many artlcl* 55.45 1&C&RI3''M

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