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Title: The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Twice-a-week sun
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Language: English
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
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Publication Date: June 24, 1907
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).
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Other version: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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;.,. :VOL., ,XXVI. NO.; 4 I GAINESVILLE,' FLORIDA, MONDAY\ JUNE 24, 1907 ONE DOLLAR A Y]

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YANDERBILTS' ARE IN KILLED"-HIM8CLF IN BATH ROOM. 'U, S. LAND OFFICEAS HIGH SPRINGS, NOTES. ,SUMMER SCHOOL

O. P.
Prominent. Business Man of Macon High Springs, June 22Mrs.>

": Takes .His Life Morris of Gainesville returned hom IS STILL GROWl
BIG RAILWAY COUP
AUCTION
Macon( Ga. June 2- N. B. Cor. ROOM Thursday, after a few days' visit to i i .
bin rice of the Mrs. Morris .r
... president Exchange Mrs G, W. 88teTlIn
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i bank general' manager of the Macon has many friends In High Springs. Is aaining.1very '

i"' Sum of $70,000,000 Is Said to Grocery company, wholesale; director Lively Scene Besembling la Miniature Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cowles have Day in Atttarcs ..

'. of the ,Maoon Chamber of Commerce; a Stock Exchange. gone to Eatonton, Ga. to fcptfnd the ,. and Interest.
Be Involved. 'dlrectorjbf; >.:the Central Manufacturing summer. .[", .tMANY'COUNTIES;- -

company. ; and a recent vice president RiGHT Miss Hattie Hodges has returned REPRESENT
of the!! i Southern Wholesale Grocers' BIDDERS TO ENTERA
j )KNGINEBRED IN NEW YORK CITY from Atlanta, where she baa been
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association. Committed: suicide by .
'shooting himself with at the hundred spending some time. The East Coast Is Well Repreten
a
shotgun
!Vanderbtlts After Securing Lion'ssonar. Tract of Two and Forty Fulch a whist
Miss Muriel gave
beautiful fatally home ctfvinevllle' the '
av Acre of Land on Ga.partita Island, which Considering Long Distance i
; of Great Traffic-Orlglnating In on Thursday evening,
enue. Without a word from him or party of,
Expense
the City of Chicago and jts V\- any note expressing his Intentions be 'Charlotte Harb4, Recently Survey was a great success. Traveling-Friday Evi

dressed as usual and jias apparently ed and Opened,by Government. On the evening of June 19th the ing Entertainments.The f
amity.,
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,3 gaged about his Sisters Initiated into the mysteries '
morning duties Pythian summer school is gaining
There the tr
was a lively scene In
Chicago* June 22.- The Record- tyben be seized toe implement or death 'United Stat land, office-' In this citya of their order G. 'W. Easterlln, day In members and interest gam,
Herald Friday said: t ;Cad entering the bath room, fired the H. Mel Grady W. B. Anderson. It all the counties of South Florida
day or two recently, which reombled i&It
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Final, steps are,.being. taken in New fatal shot.alembera. tor a time a stock exchangeon was followed by a most delightful represented In the student body,
york to. complete a x70.,00.000ali. of the family were about banquet.
East Coast counties,
'way coup which the, yenderbllts have their duties, and Mrs. Corbin' and'her a miniature scale< BO far as. excite- distance and the considering]i

engineered to secure the lion's share two daughters. Mrs Stone and Miss, ment was concer ied. HAWTHORN NOTES. consequent expose,

j of the tremendous trafflc wtilcb orlgiaetcs Maggie (;Corbin, were the only persons The occasion of this commotion was Hawthorn June 22.-Miss Mary have went a large delegation.We '

in'Chicago' and the ,surrounding remaining in the house when the report ! an auction sale 'of right to enter a Bryan, who has been spending the notice on the roll the'folk

territory as well ns. the. great tpn- of the gun Attracted their aUf n-1 tract of 240/ acres of land<< on Gasparil- past few months in Ocala, has re names from. the East Coast

,gaga.whicb passes through and around tion. 'Vbt'n-! they rushed into 'the la' Island, In Charlotte Harbor near turned to, her home here.Mrs. ,Miss Selma Fried land, Miami; 1m

as 3btcaga"' bath room they found.' Mr. Corbla. I Punta Oorda. walch has been but hem %Waits is vVsltlng her M. A. Macy Malabar lllsg Emma
the :culminating finatuHat transaction gasping In deathDr. 'recently surveyed* and opened up by 0. Helseth, Oslo; Miss enga Ob]
mother-in-law. t
x.. ," ':ta. .this: great 'traffic d..t., rtblFA M. A. Clarke, the family phy.slclan ., the United States Government. Henry Baker and Willie. Bryan Helseth. Oslo; Miss Barbara Mlle

: 1tl1"U\' II.. Newman,* president: of all ,was summoned, and it took -Hon. Henry S. Chubb register Eden; Misa Bessie Russell, Legal

Slew, York .Central, Jlnes,' baa been the merest examination to reveal that I proved himself upon this occasionan spent. last Sunday. evening In Campvllle. City; Miss Louise; King. Ft. Laude

accessfully playing' ; In the interests of the aimof'the: victim; had been aur.;' apt auctioneer', and succeeded in get dale; Miss Una Kate Miller, Edo f
..;h. Vaoderbilts. I., the leasing' with He lasted only a' few momenta after ting d good bid. I Friends of Miss Georges Hobbs; ;
M Mr. Edwin.B. Malabar,
Macy .
'wa. who has been Indisposed, will be gladto
the shot fired '
$*t$ to purcftMo, of the outer belt There were In the neighborhood of
there not % learn that she is better. Friday evening entertainment rS
lIue'i' from, the' Junction Rail Although was one particle -
Cbitagp' fifteen and
bidders the right was
vvay.,company of information to be gathered even ? Dr. W. C Chowning and wife will be given during the session of tin
knocked down tc Hon. John P. Wallof
by members of the family as ,to why return this week. school. '
.l'\ ijfuppleraentfag. this .Js the .teasing Tampa representing+ James M. Glf-
for Mr. Corbin' shot himself, It can safely The Bible conference commltw
a term qf 9 years of a part of the
ford of Col..
New York. Wall's bid .
; tracks'of.thw Cttlca&o Terminal Trans be attributed to falling )alth> and f. Pleasant Event. have kindly tendered the use of ta
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varied from
: ''flit; .Railway 'company: which forms Consequent mental: derangement to 12.75 per acre Tabernacle for this purpose and Gee
according to th<*v nature of the soil. A social was given last Monday
I. of
Dolg. the Gainer
the connecting link In the complete i manager *
\ inner: belt railway system wblcU the EIGHT. FIREMEN INJURED.) /' This does not "give the bidder pos. night at the home of Mr. and Mrs.J. Gas and Electric Power Comptnj,
sesslon of the H. Pinner on Kirby street, in honorof
,{ Vanderbllts. are securing.President land but xaerely the has generously ,offered to put in to
: ,John A. Spoor of the .tmlt Burning Porch In an Atlanta'. Fell. first opportunity to file entry papers. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Dobbins of transformers and wires for the or-
,, 'i .* 'I.j This land is of diversified nature Gainesville, Fla., who are spending
fcoed, confirmed*the lease antf declared 'With Them. > a rent at either the Tabernacle or tilt
\'"' 4 that before the end of the year, Atlanta, June 22.Fireman J). W. and Valued at $100 per acre. their honeymoon here with friends : public- school auditorium, as may k]

4' 'the ,outer belt ,line :which his company Waits of No. 7 company, was probably and relatives. desired. .

:,t. ; now owns and operates, would .fatally injured and seven others MR:' PICKETTJS CORRECTION.Does Quite a number were present, and I
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\\1' pas) entirely' into the possession of the seriously hurt Friday morning at 3 the hours were pleasantly whiled IN A HURRY TO WED. ',

:few. :York Central lines o'clock when the porch of the burn- I Not- Live Oif Hot Air and News away until a seasonable hour, when ;

Another integral part of this great lag resldanfte' of T. C. West, in West paper Puffs But Wants Things Right. they were Invited into the diningroomto Cha'ooea( Fsrrmer Married Second Wfij!

traffic coup which the Vanderbtltafearo Encl, fell in.' Editor Bun- -I.do not live on hot-air partake of refreshments preparedfor Day After Burying First.t..
been quietly erfecUnlr'for' the Five of the injured men were on the them. The merry party then departed *
and newspaper p ffs but If my name Sutnnrerville Ga. June 22V
iMrt: five .Is then Chicago 'Indl- root ot the porch when It fell, while ,
;' years appears In public print I want the extending many congratulations 'b'oU.be. received Sere of thenarrheoP : !
.-' and Southern' ,64., which they; three: men ;were-under I". Aaai ltant. statement' be near correct to the happy couple.Mr. 1 ::iatnda. Ward, a farmer who 11'11
';Si'rr.uut fcctiy south from Cblca' ,' Chief Ilenr/. Han y saved himself at4r
r saw: in your Issue of the 'i dth and Mrs. Dobbins win visit In Chat oc& county, on the daj
titehlng the side of the house
by at
.0 to.l>anflll where U connects with ,
that I am preparing to commence a other points before returning to their the funeral ot his wife :
A ,the Dig Four road. It is a part of with one hand and swinging until rJtScu.d' '
brick store 25x60. when at that timeI future home in Gainesville. Palatka It w as said that Mrs. Ward dtalu
One band was burned.
the comprehensive traffic campaign :
commenced Times-Herald. last Saturday'night, and was burlfd
'liave The Injured men are G. W. Watts 'I had already a' block
'fh'Q1tb81'' carefully planned
.. IB tit
in the ground
family :burying
'.ad ;executed to soufh to the gulf before the Smith Assistant Chief Henry Haney, to be,cut up in three store rooms.I : Negro Adjudged 'Insane. SemInole district} near the fuIo10wnS'

opening of the Panama canal. F F. Anderson' Jonah Hobsoa, John I hope to have these buildings com Newton Brocklngton, a well.known funeral% taking' place. on Ward .a

I Accordingly: ,. when the canal la Rosetti, Captain W fI' II. Close, JT P. I pleted In sixty days from date. colored man of this city. was Saturday Married Monday' morning '

1, ... t'd"he New York 'Central lines L ak. ,, I II. A P1CKETT. adjudged insane by a commission Ward claimed on Tuesday that be bad prontMt

r.'y. 'will. through the 'expenditure of atiem Fireman Watts the worst injured Newberry, June 22.Historical composed of Drs. C. I.. Carter andJ. hi vlfe her death bed thai *.
on
\q .t 1125,000,000. and possibly 1150- was sent to fae'.Cradr hospital. JIb I I M. Dell and George Mason. mould t1e"woman the nen dW.

tO O. have the Whip-hand over spin is Injured,',and he Is believed' to : Meeting.The The management of the hospitalfor she having marry nursed his wife throud
the producing area be In a dangerous condition. the Insane at
greatest tonnage : i bl.to.tca1ItUnc of Klrbj> Chattahoochee has her Illness.
{ ta' the world The other Injured men: were.sent tq been notified and f
,
i Smith Chapter. U. D. C.. which was an attendant la expected
ot them believed "
their homes. None are -
held to come for the unfortunateman : DaI
at the home of the historian II
hurt. Georr
to be dangerously Souvenirs In Honor ,91
ACTRESS TIRES' OF LIFE. Mrs. H. H. McCreary, Friday afternoon In a day or two. Norfolk X'aj. June 22 .Prersdci

I' "Yeok Laudanum and Fought Those Big Victory for Prohibition.: was well attended and. as usual ---- W, N. Mitchell,. of the GeoriT sirs

Who Triad to Save Her. CarfersvUle. da. June 23.-By ,with such occasions, highly instructive TRIED TO BURN commission to she Jamestown c" '"'

Atlanta/ June 22--Tired of life for rote of almost twenty to,one.&rtow and enjoyable. sltlon. has given to' e\ery pr at'/0
county Thursday declared that this The program was a most Interest- doer of the regular arm1 nod < 'b
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,I. tome reason tbat she refused *o dlsviUj .
yJ.),. : $, Miss Margaret Levy a boautl. county" will join the ranks ot the prohibition Ing one. t WAY TO FREEDOM and all ot the sailors and -'a. -f *'

'i, Ail young actress ot 19 years, pal"w.ft counties' of' Georgia. The Tb. Chapter was honored by the the American and foreign :;;

\ :'' d )Laudanum at her boarding arouse consolidated vote' '; ot the' county was presence, ot Mrs. jr. M. Shelton. a lug part at Jamestown onday < ,
,. $ the sale ot whisky and member of the Lake card "'P?
'urrday. morning. 1,71 against City Chapter But Prisoner Was Himself Fairly a souvenir postal '
d"'
When the Grady sunbulauc eam'tot 94 for the sale whisky., :With flag and her charming daughter. buss IdeL tenting in colors Bullocrt asi .

: her she tougtit' ''the J" ofilclals sav- .and banner flying, and wjtli women The' latter favored the meeting witha Well Roaat d. home of President Roosevelt'* --
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.rtgaly ,. and begged them to leave ber and children singing; and praying upon recitation "The Tiger Lily Racer** er. with 'a :'picture of the rrestocd'vlgnetted

'.Qor, dies| ,She was compelled to enter the streets, and at the polls, the pro. which was greatly enjoyed. WILLIAMS WAN D LIBERTYHe with the flags of teed ,td:

|vide ambulance only after a.bard strng.In btbltioa people of. Cartejrsvllle, and states and the state of ww
Bartow county administered' this stinging and the address side an Or'6bd
'ila, which she displayed wonderful Death at Waldo. Was Arrested at on
.Mt trefigth Prompt attention at the blow against the toubr tramo. Newberry Upona verse in the handwriting otRemus 't.lI ,
% Mrs. Etta Hammond sixty-nine
Charge of Assault ,
With Intent Hsrrii
to Joel Chandler
'JMepttal saved her rife and he as- -
ot and .
of Waldo old.
years age one
jswrts that be wll try it again on the Flames Destroy Large Saw, Mill. Murder-Fired the Jail. But Failedto -r ;
et residents" died at her home iu
Mobile( Ala. June S3.-The saw
*.*.t opportunity.. Accomplish HI. Purpose. Filipino Voters Registering
mill, of the extensive. J)1aaOr the K. that town Friday morning. ... '
M<.a Levy was born la Mexico City Manila: June.22.-The re et
has Spanish blood la her veins. 0.., Lumber Company at Lueedale Deceased'was a devout member of Because Tom Williams, a negro who of Filipino voters began Friday ": '

+ 'tt,sfcowu in her coal black bale brU- Miss., was destroyed by fire Thursday he; Presbyterian Church and was beloved was In the Newberry Jail upon a complete returns are not 5P'ai.5a

' 4at,Aiack eyes and soft, olive completadon eatalllng a loss ot 979,060. partly by aU tor her sweet Christian charge of assault with intent to mur- reports indicate that the' "

; '+ She pees.aft. unusual covered. by Insurance. The mill disposition. der. tried to burn his way cut of tration will be heavy. No -vi port.i '

i ,'I tMaut71i.!, She Is said to have bad6'ta..p7 had a capacity of 100.000 feet dally. The funeral was held Friday after prison be was himself severely disorders 3ue been received TM

i ; admirers here. The big planing: mill ot the plant. was noon. Rev. Thoa. P. Hay of this city burned without accomplishing his American residents are genera"* :! ;
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I.YW. but a large Quantity of lumber the the .
I conduct&j --service Among purpose a fire was discovered Istertng also. Carl Hess '. (18
Forty-Bight Mutineers' Shot. was destroyed The town of those who'attended the funeral were In time to save the! building William.. American candidate for the ssaeas

)0.... Russia June it- The court* Iu edale. 40 miles from Mobile, was Mr. and Mrs.':-Oeo. p. Morris of this however 'Waa' In "the thickest of the be has been nominated from ))II.

., .tnlu-tUl. ,convened to try tie nutiaeos brought into existence by: the mill pity fiames, being confined in the cellwhere The registration will contau. ft#,
and It will suffer through the Urgeaurnber
the at anievka he started the fire. ne days t
*supers at summer camp willnow' _
a' thrown out of employment.: A Delightful Party.
i ':. 1s said to have acted with languish. In Ute county jail here *
,A'" prom pt..... and severity. It is re* Honors Alabama's Requisition.Birmingham A delightful party was given at the ha vine been brought to UUs city Sat. Came from TSMSS to Give Vf ** ,:

'r,;..',;jserted that forty-eight mutineers lave Ala. June !:?. .Word home of Dirs..A. T. Daviess Friday urday by Constable J. n. 8tl<<4. BlrmrngHsm. Ala. ,June :2..,,'

i: .sal _7 bear ODdeana"( and bot. was r*e lvd' here Ttursday that the evening' la honor ot the Misses Bush WtUlam.. TrtU bow have to face two D. Statum. a young man, tri '

acaftotd.'I goveran ot Michigan, bad'looored the who are visiting the Davies family charges, that of which ho was arrested all the way from Texas to $t
Killed toFall frem atal'
hy'' ) Ua June 9l.tRat } requUlUon of Governor Corner '(ew from Georgia. %. ,, and arson, which; U. a serious self np here Thursday, to "-
Orange
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aas"
arreitedvt There were ,a number of young clime in this for the murder of a man
scaffold of XxMils Oppct. ra. who was State being a capital lIP
'Jfrl',. ,te".rlng _-:a7.'th" a years '
people present to meet these at Plackaer City five
about !* d. ,FlUt. Mich, He I* wanted. bevy! young crime.
t'om.
tl.e,1Ja4 .of jtdde; despite the Inclement weather. He said 'wanted to marry a
, ot Fortunately
Mo charges ernh.alesneat pevsrslbe tbo
: ro4ad oa fiamee
; "E'WarrU fall to tae were discovered DefeA
"f re< 4r.t dollars of 'tae fue4e of tbq ad the evening passed o3 tn:: a mostent4ty7ble ... time to prevent tfc lady ta Texas Vat set
y afternoon NU..q. '' escape, ba
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."'..'". -'1a *B..ct tiaws., .'r--.',. ::. clue at, >lasleF" ,: '. .. "- Aanawr, .. _. ..... ot tie **seer as* save.Ms* .befcleg.. up.charge H against. WM. admitted him had.7. 11i4J

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THE, GAINESVILLE SUN: JUNK 24, 1907 ,, :3 I '


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/GAINESVILLE GUARDS STATE NORMAL NOW
is S
>, Good to EatThat's SADnt


i..': \. PREPARING" TO SHOOT why averyoao Lfces WELL UNDER WAY ;:)0 e I ; !' -


i.'J! I Jell1 uO
: .t1? Will Send a Crack Team to State ; Sections of Even if m-rcnrv and potash could cure CxJaligious r .&c:. Ut'
Various leave
'Students
: from condition in wich! tLese strong miu.rt,3 ,t teysem: '
THE DATOTY
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Range in ,St. Augustine. State in Attendance. "cure worse than the <}iseate.: But they cannot ;cure the v ;,1Dakl ttt
(Approrrd by PaN "Cool.l..k.ts.
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..... ) the symptoms for awhile or mask t.
'M f they can only cover up \: (LsiasTJ
Easily Prepared.lmpl add tbe treatment is left off the bde ]
as : ,
but as soon
the c"
water and let .oL system
CRACK SHOTS boiling e
pFFICERS ARE
*1
ATTENDANCE WILL BE LARGE return.. Mercury and potash eat out the delicateJinfag,} of t 'e B;)*.')tr..
Flavor: iw mmn,Orane: Raspberry the "IlK
'I' GhoooUU. l'eseh.Wo. bowels, produce chronic dyspepsia by drying up gastr -
Strawberry. Cherry,
< . 1"1
Captain iflandfng' Ha. Made a Record and often completely break down the; const :
( per package, enough for bege Number'Arriving Every Day and Indications teeth to decay! '
affcrtear
'y In National _hot" as Have Other family, at fell grooars. they are used in large quantities the bones .become
I Ar. That Number of Enrollment taken this destructive
which has so long treatm'not
disease fOr one
{,:1'I "Members of the, Guards* .Team \\le.. 0. ninatraled.Keclpe Boole Will Reach 250 Ruplla Before been cured. Contagious Blood Poison is a disease It will not :0 tt.tr. .

; 'j Strengthened by Lieut. Warran. and destructive..disorder. When ;!
,; \ free.Xltgbest Closing' of the Term. with. It i U a vile dangerous the b .

'L: The rifle team of the tGalneavUle .b\\ _h....... becomes infected witji its viruathe mouth and throat' ulcerat, h ;r a. t award at From Thursday's Dally Sun. brows come out glands In the neck and groin"ewel1, copjxr t: >r ;d'
.;" Guards Company It, Second Infantry, aft tzpoetioua.the Th0 State' Normal; which opened under appear on the flesh, and in severe cases sores break out on te l.t'f t l

Florida State Troopa, which U regard Ceaescc P.re sine C*.to Hr.I'*.Y. such favorable conditions at the finger; nails drop off and the sufferer is diseased fromhcad t t,.:\t $ sTl

e d a. one of the most competent when VUitmur booth aW ao>**towa kp
,t.1t: comes! to markjnanshlp in the entire building' Monday morning and at that is able to get to the root of the disease and force out every '..art .
'
;,: Btate militia, Is practicing for thecomlnaf -.-...,...-- '- which there 'was present a x most encouraging the poison so that there are never any signs of its return. It is pn*

.': State shoot, which will betield ORANGE HEIGHTS NOTES. I considering the -regetable, made entirely from roots, herbs and barks of known tro' '
\,. in fit Augustine, on the Staterange attendance, value. Instead of leaving bad after-effects as some medicines do S'fa i
h first or opening day, still Increases tones every part of the system and puts every of'the bo: ., in
up
twfe
I some time during July.This Interesting BuJget 0'. News from That in point of number, and the Indications health. It will also remove any lingering effects 0 fart er mine: tn Q..J

a' team is under command of Llvjly" Little Burg. are. that before the end of the while eradicating the poison from tbe circulation :. Special boo:* mtaejvTj'

\ Captain' J. W. landing who has h'im'i Orange Heights June 20( _Miss present week there will be a heavy treatment of this disease and any medical ad desired furnrshi! d free tod
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'i Relt'1a4. an enviable reputation in Dorothy Smith, after a: pleasant visit enrollment. who write THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA
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(the International shoots, having attended with Miss Mlnnlella Eddy, returnedto Principal Dr. W. F. Yocum, who

\ the national matches: an. her home at. Arredondo last'' Friday Is dean of the University of the Suite - -- I

IP ttually lor the past three years. in Mrs.' 11. E. Daahlell and three children of Florida, feels very much' encouraged ; Portable: SawnOutfits
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Command of the Gainesville squad, Visited Waldo Friday.' ; and believes that the enrollment

tt>nd who has made some excellent re- Mrs, 1{. II. Bryan and daughter i before two weeks will have elapsed Mill
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markmanshlp.
. \cords for and Mrs. Charles Dryan and two. I will exceed two hundred, with a possible
The team.this yeah will be strengthened The Dest'on
\'. I' sons, visited Hawthorn one-. day last, maximum before the close of Earth
: by'the addition of First Lieu. : the which will GINES "
week. term consume eigb P> and BOILERS: an!
tejtant. Shields Warren, formerly with and -- ..,., i
Captain D. E. Maxwell passed! weeks, of twd hundred 4tty.i "" finds of

the Franklin. County Guards, .Apalach through here Friday noon, having i Dr. Yocum and his force, which is stock and make Immediate Machinery and MiL
.cola and who is excellent shot. pliea. We curry a large can shipment Write+
an
been on 'a visit to his large orange one of the moat competent that could We
illustrated catiloxae. can save yen money. Addreii"TVT
Lieutenant"Warren accompanies the grove near Metros, en route to his have been gotten together in the

I , .>iupd on each shoot and ,has madeom home In Jacksonville State, went immediately to hard work '
'it. A TSBC O J. LE h A:
"' : marvelous shots' on the local John "Winter.,'foreman of carpenterson with he result that the system was

#{'.": range, lie holds from the adjutant. the Seaboard Air Linen was seen organized and in excellent working 41 South Forsyth Street. '. / 'ATLANTA, GA. :

',..u rAlj.' office of the Florida State on. our streets a few' days ago. order before tbe closing,, of the first

: 'F,, Vtoopa a," certificate of efficiency. in J. 8. Suggs, a former citizen, after day New' Jacksonville"' Firm.

t'' fnarkmansblp.Tfce upending a few' daYa with relatives The students, many of whom-are no I HIGH-TONED WALDOPUTTING

,i .:' .. ,national, shoot will be pulled left Sunday with his two little sons strangers here, are delighted with the A new firm Is to be establlahtil.Jackson'1I1e

: ,oft at Fort Perry, Ohio, in September. about July 1, which i
for their home at Palmetto.Mrs. faculty Gainesville, and their surroundings '
;\' The Florida team will" be selected B. J. Smith of Oxford Is tbe generally, .and have madea ON AIRS add another industry to that grot

"' :from the records of the State shoot, guest of. M.... C F. Eddy united revolution to make this one citY'r'will :
and it Is safe to predict In advance I > This firm : be composed ot !I
J, W. Tlllman, one of our merchants of the most successful normal scholastic
that the Gainesville Guards. will be left for Jacksonville Monday years the State has ever enjo>'ed. :Pine Lighting Plant Recently Ip- M. Turner,}.Jr., formerly of this <
and C H White, and the
bus
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strongly,represented, as on former for' a brief visit. Teachers Were .Entertained.The stalled in that' Town. ,
will be the manufacture of candy
i
.occasions
/ Miss S. Maxwell ot Hampton Is first function of the term crackers. .
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..-rrE OAKS WILL BE MODERN.\ visiting/ her father a woods rider forthe extended the teachers was on Tuesday NEW BANK IS' RUMORED Both these"young men are ban

Melrose Manufacturing Company evening, when at .thy elegant and'It goes: without sayIng thAt i

,"l. :&xtensv visiting the family of 0 F.: Eddy.
East Gainesville, they were tenderedan '
rising Made to This HoaUlry. beginning.. 't
f The Ladles' Improvement Society the Town, and Altogether Wald Is :
Informal reception t)>y the Baptist
When the Oaks, Hotel which is of :Waldo held their regular meetingat Young PeopleUnion.. There were a Deatlned to Become the Metropolisof
"' desirably located on East Main street NOTICE'TO TAX PAYERS. I
the home of Mrs. C. F. Eddy. Tuesday
hundred or .more present, and the the East End. I
} N. surrounded by magn'Ocent oaks, I In compliance with Section
.. at 3.30 p. ra. While the hostesswas
most
evening was passed in a enjoyable
The town of Waldo, which has al- Chapter 6596 Acts of 1907 notice I
from whence it derive" its| name, is receiving the ladies plan selections :
manner the students being been hereby given that at the regular mIng
of the
ways roost
thrown open to the public about tbe one progressivein
were given by Miss MlnnlellaEddy .
given opportunity to meet tbe of the Com
} an people Board of Count
r middle of July, the hotel' would hardly the Cast End, Is putting on airs '
:while Miss Bessie Eddy presided of the city Delicious fruit stoners in and for Alachua,
bo recognised &y those to whom over the new acetylene lighting plant
v' at the punch bowl. After all punch.was served during the evening. Florida July 1st 1907 the
the, place has been familiar for years. business matters had been- attendedto recently completed In'that town and with tbe Assessor will review

: The building, which is owned by the' guests were invited to the which Is one of the most up.todate equalize and perfect the assesn!
for the 1907. and will heat
R. Thomas, has been leaned" In the State. The citizens: are well year
Major W
dining-room, where a ,fouroours0 plaints and receive tevtimoui u t|
: :. I' r'a term of years by James Van; luncheon was spread. CASTOR pleased with the plant which Illuminates the value of any' propert': tea

,' ',{ Allen,. ,a hotel man of experience. Among those present were Mrs. For: Infants and,Children. the town with a brilliancy very personal as fixed by the Co

,J; :,The bulldlug la being thoroughly over Doane Mrs; Hogan Mrs. Jolly Mrs. attractive.It Assessor of taxes, after which
no complaint be heard or'
Issuled altered and repaired both ex Winter. Mrs. Lang and Miss Thompson. Tin KM You Have ,Always BwgM is rumored that Waldo will also rnony received can unless said ass

tenor 'and interior, and when' com The next mecUng-will take place have a bank at an early date, which be changed by the County Co
the
' t>teted' will be up-to-date In every rea at. Waldo, Bears will prove another great convenienceto sinners and subsequent notice .
BguatureofJONESVILLE Dated at Gainesville Fla. J14th.
, ICtl 4' the citizens and business men.
.
i 1907. S. H. WIE pm
-j: Qne.or the attractive features oft&U Will Hold,Traveling Job 1 Steps are being taken to have the

,,( i : ) hotel Is the Inside ffnlahW. The W. Trucheart tiodlford. son of Dr. NEWS NOTES. town reincorporated, and altogether '

:.;. '{woodworlt throughout will be white, and Mrs. J S. Bodlford of this city, Jonesvllle. June 20.-W. II PickettIs : "things are looking up" In that progressive Sore Nipples and Chapped tialflAre "]

'. ':;" tthlla ach 'room will be papered and a :young ,man well known here.. at the horn' of his, parents, Mr burg '.n If?.,* u5Salvo. 5"" s'

differently. The wide verandas' both has accepted! % traveling position with and ..Ira. II A. Piciett. spe-tidm*. hi ,

,up and down will make the resort Solomon ft Co, wholesale druggists v.. aUn. Ho has been attexuzcollege : I d

'all the more attractive, especially to Savannah.' And, after a month's stay at Abbeville, Oa. !

a+ tourists, to whom the management In the-store of,that firm for the purpose Wonder who it was that wa a..

propose/ to, cater! during the seasonJthltt ot learning the stock and receiving badly disappointed Sunday? Too bad

does not mean however, tbat instructions will be assigned to The picnic which was held' at the KING OF ALL LINIMENTS

thb,'general commercial and transient the territory) of South Georgia and I new school building ,on June 14, In CURES
' RHEUMATISM AND ALL PAINC
trade will be neglected. Florida. t honor of Q. if.'Sancbea', Sr, seventy .

"_ '- The building has been equipped Mr. Dodlford recently graduated .fifth birthday was quite a success.The : U R ES ono.URaLOIa ss5.i. .sesame 0505 Ie eves.ad5 eaulses saonio5I.eusae.CuI se.LSI.' :.
:'f. :: ':-with a thoroughly modern plumbing nigh honors and Is regarded asK : which, .ve. ,.ss.. oosraoreiusesLs. se. .a55tts
: wit. dinner the good ladles .00. I/vsuts's .. .a....w..Ja e.o.rD
' ,+',(,,I t>yste>ni, bath. and .lavatories being most competent 'man in his profession i Of Jonesvllle know so well how to easy.eeasa._____.. ..&.-....ass AU. sNILAririTses er .... sWii -
',
...ee>CdnYcnlentlyarranged- throughout the Ills .friends feel confident that I prepare, was as nice as It was plenti i

...,.oUs h. will 'iuaV.' g od." and predict. for ful.,. Jc. "'crcaia wan servtfd, and altogether .

'; The office( will be large and hand him ,successful, future, I It was a day never to be

:r'" Moms. and the same may be said of : forgotten by thdse who were so fortunate .

,Ab__t ,dintag-room to all the Oaks x Tatter Curs as to, have attended All ,

VJ1J Ix a modern hotel In every res A lady customer ofours had suffered wish'' ,for Mr. Sanchez many more
I
f*et.U. with tetter- for','two or three :years with Just such: a time at each
la the intention of Mr. Van Allen
,' years. It got PO' ,bad on her hands .anniversary. oIZAD
t, '(to beautify the.:erounda with a flower that axe could not attend to her household : W,. J. Hamilton haa moved to New. -

jgarden and lawn which will In Uaelfsnak Gaambenrlaln' ,and In the
,duties. One boil berry gone livery stablebusiness.
''
ti .-.tty'tltu.. park in front"ot. 8Ive ', cured her Ofcamberlatn's i Mrs. Hamilton has many

!:/.ktt, kotej." ---:.L1_.....-- A''' I Ra.itelase give splendid1:satisfaction : friend 'who rrtt4 very much his

I ;"," \&'. iM1seommunltyraf'M."RodneyACo : departure, and. >; w berry Is, to be
-'A '9CRIOUS ACCIDENT.
f : \ < AtasMtd Ala.. OMMBberiala crncratutated In. b..toc ao ltcjI3r..,As
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. 29m Covin8toft_teed. from High' Eleva* me CH.'i., .,.,. tor sale by ;all drums to ct him furs:cMtwm.

' ,4e.:' tiorv- Le a and,.Arm Broken* ..-...... ,: aThe preparation for a grand time THIS REMARKABUC CURB
at; the church at this tHac on Fridayisrid
%rb11e working, at a high etevatlbnon .IN* Circuit CowruThe '
toe,old barrack: "building of Yet adJoursiVtl?. tsrm'.ot the, Circuit Saturday. btoteand the fifth Ed."I C.Ned was Dada afUct with rheumatism, wrltetl

( 'Vlorida Seminary Friday afternoon, Bandar are being; carried oo. All .boat .Iowaville.Sed pick Co..Sena."going
Court of tha .11t&hthJudIcial\ Circuit : .,.Inrltel. All that do 00 crutches and suffering It l great deal of pain.
&* not
j ,Covtngton. colored,. carpenter. come 1 was tadDOed
t Ton In and tor .Atacbua county .ha vie cqnlshea to try Bal1uc1'.SaowLtnlment.wWets
toot his looting' and fell sustaining Its labors* the court waa. adjourned i,,Wlt., regret It. c..OJ me. after wing three Soc bca1ea. lTISTJIB
GBIIATsLINiUIlNT: .
1' HrIO,4 painful Injury which will I EVEaUSDb..rec.
\ 'Tr..da7nl&ht ," CIIIUDnde4!
byJudglq Will It
to
A a number of a
Mother '
., incpxlato hJm.. for duty for some, until the. ':setting of .tb. evurtIn Happy themselves. as befog benefited liy pu It. ..x 1IOW SRpf.walk
'I W1U that her
see 3r Jht 'pito9.rty --.oat
tbab cnatchn. ad
the fa1tJ. .. 'tr.: sm able to 'exlorsa s great
;;:' Covhvgtotv'I,r W' wfthwakitiK : a' .teva'fbe.grMhr ._ ..- .....,,..- c&.for-to da lisle a_...* '*M9gativta deal of light labor 011 the .ana.'.

,': his, rt. lee, a.4"lft aria:, .T..Oht.. ...fts-ary, Many b...sW.. ___ THIlEI SIZES: 2Sc, Sac .AND '$I.00

.",f JfIt was alao be I$ cart j In .tV !bckvjM It you 'wtseii deft BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO'

'tI. '. >'emly brasw. Hf asAjf bt know, H-If rarer b&vr ks f.v.rtsli awl
? Chatabeelata's ', SMMoaefc and )Livero4 1' LOu
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u ROUGH HOUSE AT i- : _
[ENTY MATERIALTO ,.

My HalfRan' CHURCH MEETING ..
CONTMJUE! ROAD % nvaw.d amnrMi.n"M wnnon i prrnnij 1

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Property- Owners Offer Am- Away Negro at Windsor Wanted to / 1 WIOMUIkIfl

pie Supply of Clay. I .. Clean Oat House of Worship. --- ._ For Infants and Children.

: Don't have: ) a falling out with :
,TH E. CIAY.PITS 1" OFFICER STORY CAME IN The Kind You
yssIT! TO your hair. It might leave you 1 k Have

'- .) AtI ", Then what? That would mean Negro
PedrIck and ,Mes.,... He Placed the Under Arrest fo..1
mmlglonea I Also. 'l.ited- the, thin, scraggly: : uneven rough Disturbing Public Worship, and.He i Always ,Bought .:
Lurch and Sanchez tiair. Keep: your hair at home A'\c etablePreparstienforAs
In. Was Fined $19.22 or Two MonthsIn
Dspotiu of Clay-LlbepavOffer| Fasten it tightly; to your scalp I slmilaUng IhcToodandRe ulaUn I
of WonK.reeT Jail.WIndsor.. ibxtStaioachs oolDowcls oCProtnoteaTigcsUon.Checrful Bears
suns Continuation You can easily do with Aycr'sHair theSignature '.
of St. Pay June %Windsor: was
p J. Lynch pastor Vigor. It is something
and Col. fi. C. lively last Sunday' night. At the net
k', catholic church more than a simple hair dress- Baptist'church., while the congregation .- J
f of whom own valuL gro /j'L
both
't y. It Is medlcln n- .
hair -
heavy deposits of first- ing. a was having a good time singing -
land with o01"10" tho rescue I hair tonics hair food. I II and praying, Josh Cot man, another tic s Rest.Contains neitherOjnvimrMorphlne of
,=aft;> nave nor Mineral.
commissioners in the The Nat land of a testimonial- negro whom it is said had been
I s
theo county road construction by offer- "Bold fur over cixty sear: \ partaking a" little freely of John 710TNA1kCOTIC. ;

tier of all material .u,4.0.arr kw.Lo et'..:""".... Barleycorn made a raid on the house -
gratis .the %
county lq r..rYhO6aK..r
*,the desire to use from ,;their' lands, A 'SJ SAKUi'At1U.. and wanted to wipe up the floor with ,;."(JlJD'.swaumzIER: *
this material be used on the Uelcf'.I.5.; his good brothers and Bisters. r-.b. S-.l..
ended Y rECrO Ul.
Creek road, now "I Just as excitement was at Its J"J"Ax.
Inesvtlie-Prafle ____ .. ___ _- J
course ot construction, thes '': "', height Deputy Sheriff L. 13. Story 0 InUse I

der of which has belt somewbattzrded who bad been notified of the disturb I .J
'
owing to lack,of material. MR. POOSER IMPROVING. ance; closed In upon the meeting and \

was a very generous offer placed>Cotman under arrest.
Tills 4'
Victim of Railroad Accident Is Getting Justice 1
;
before
of they Cotman was arraigned '
of the owners ,
the part Apaf Remedy for CohstlMtlon. -
and one which will naturally: Along' Nicely. of the' Peace Zetrouer upon a .Sour Stomach.Diarrhdea,
appreciated by the commissioners Trainmaster A. I. tooser of the Atlantic charge of disturbing public worshIp. \Yonns.Convulsions.Feverish*'
Id citizens generally. + Coast Line, who sustained a *"*he prisoner pleaded guilty, but expressed nc sLos30FSt.Eti1P. For Over .

[commissioner Pedrick' and Messrs. l severely sprained ankle in a head-on his regrets of this 'uncalledfor -

pch and Sanchez made a trip over collision between the Citra and; 111gb action. Upon his promise neverto Tac Simile Signature of

e e-wly constructed section of the Springs local and the Palatka freightat be guilty of such action again the : a Thirty YearsCASTO

Wednesday afternoon, visiting M(canopy junction a few days ago Justice made the fine light. $8 and NE1Y YORK.

clay-pits and deposits. when the and who was brought to his home -in costs., aggregating $19.22, or two ,
e
Lners assured Commissioner Ped- this city Is getting along finely which months in the county Jail: 1 1fiCACT

k that he was welcome to dig, alb will be gratifying news to.,his many The public appreciated Deputy
e clay he wanted to complete the friends not. only In Gainesville, but Story's action In the matter. RIA

d. 4kroad along the .,Ine. COPYOPr WRAeaau,

The team under direction of While this accident was in,no way MILLARD HOME BURNED, .....
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ere etr we e.r riw e.e ens.
sneer Waits, has made good 'prog.u serious it was nevertheless quite
since they have been assigned painful and has confined the traIn- One of the Oldest Residences In Sec 1,

i duty there a few weeks"ago. About master to .his bed for several days* tion Gone Up In Smoke%

[TO miles of good road has been. com- There was a fire Wednesday night .
ted and now since there Is an as THE CIRCUIT COURT., at Millard Station on the SeaboardAir
W. B. PHIFER t 1I. I:. PII1FER J. A. FI1IFER
of abundance of material
once an W Line about three miles trom S
e work will be pushed rapidly Case of State vs. J. Brown for Em- Gainesville, which destroyed the fa

Itrards Prairie Creek. bezzlement Resulted In Mistrial. moue old Millard home" which for BROS.
PHIFER! BANKERS
When this stretch is completed itIn It was a slow day In the' circuit years was one of the hospitable

be about eight miles In length.MR. court Thursday, the entire day being homes of the county, and where manya ,

virtually taken up with a continuance weary traveler and invited guest .
REED QUITE ILL. ot the case of the State vs. J. W. have spept a hospitable time with \ GA (EMVILL-E, FLORIDA '

Brown charged with embezzlement, Captain Millard founder 'of the sta-
[.ll-Known Floridian Suffering from and which occupied the greater partof toln and his family. Do a General Banking BusinessVe

Typhoid Fever at Cedar Key. the session Wednesday afternoon. Captain ,Millard who was, one of

m Friday' Dally Sun., After a long list of witnesses the the early settlers, erected this home solicit the aeoonnts of Merchant, Farmers Corporations and Individuals' '

|Information] has reached thIs city testimony ot whom the Jurors listened nearly thirty ;year. ago, which at that Interest paid on savings accounts and on certificates' of s>p "IU We solicit' >oor
the serious Illness at Cedar Key to most Impatiently the jury retired time Wall a palatial residence for this boslness.Vrlte us or call and see us. H. L. PHIFKH, Cashier.7s. .'
I David Yulee Reed who ts suffering but was unable to agree upon a section of the country. Ho was extensively

typhoid fever of 'the severest verdict, whereupon the court adjourned engaged in farming,.and the -
M.Cuss, President II. &.TATLOS, Cashier
pe. He was attended Wednesday until_ 9 o'clock Friday morning. mercantile business at that time, and
UBO: W. HYDB, VlFt.ldfnt Las GRABAK. A..,. Cashier
erring by Dr. J. Harrison Hodges nothing was too good for his friends.On .
1 this city who received a summons Every Man His Own Doctor. divers occasions he has given

telegraph. The average, man cannot afford to house parties and entertained themIn THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK-:: '

11r, Reed is a prominent man employ a physician for ejrery. slight every way. and for hospitality the
ughout the State. He Is grand- in I of the Milliard home stood at
a ailment or Injury that may occur name G.A.JN":1S"VXXE1.:
OF : : : : :
Q of Major David Yulee deceased, his family nor can he afford to neglect 'the head.

o constructed the''first railroader them.,as so slight an Injury as i At the tlm.of the fire the residence UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY .-. IC, ,
built In Florida from Fernandi- the scratch of a pin has been knownto I was occupied by a pumber of colored

i to Cedar Key and was at one time cause the loss of a limb. Hence I people, many of whom are engaged In Capital. . .>:. . .... .'. .1100,000 00

nlt.* States Senator 'His numerous every man must from necessity, be I the packing houses of J. D. String. Surplus] . ..' . . . 20,000 00
ends in this section and throught his own doctor for this class of ail I fellow and C. A. Colclough. both of '"
lottrett Paid: BsvlngstAaeoonlA' sod of All \'
the State trust that there willn ments. Success often depends upon I whom, are large melon growers and on Promp Certificates,.,,. Deposit. BoshssssTranissted : ':;,

be a change for the better. prompt treatment, which can only be bare' Immense packing houses In that H.E,TAYLOR. Cashier., :

Mr.! Reed Is receiving the, best medi- had when suitable medicines are keptat vjclnity. The origin Is not known .. .. .... .. .... ,
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attentlon it Is possible to give' hand. -Chamberlain's remedies but the tire having started in the
m. have been In the market for many attic It. is supposed that It was caused
years and .enjoy good reputation. I by rats. MT. Keep s Pull ftUrk ef
A Distinguished Benedict. Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and

I It may not be>generally known but li Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel com ,Baseball.. Players and Foot R.o..... OLD JOE,

a tact, that His Honor, County plain t.e. Louis J. Kruger, ex-champion long
dre Mason Issued a day or two I Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for distance foot racer of Germany and OLD VELVET,

ntly a license to marry to General I coughs colds, croup and whopping_ Holland write, Oct. 27. 1901: "Dur-

jtonewaU Jackson who proposes toMe I cough tug my training. of eight weeks' footraces FOUR ACES,
unto himself as a'wife Ida Chamberlain's Pain Balm (an antiseptic at Salt Lake City In April last

pklns, the ceremony to be perform- liniment) for cuts bruises, I used Ballard's Snow Liniment to MARK ROGERS,
at Orange Heights burns sprains swellings lame back my greatest satisfaction. Therefore ,
Judge> Mason does not believe howF -' and rheumatic pains.Chamberlain's .. I highly recommend Snow Linimentto OLD CHARTER,

err that this prospective ,groom Is Stomach and Liver all who are troubled with sprains, MT. VERNON
e original "General Stonewall Tablets for constipation, biliousnessand bruises. or rheumatism" 25c. boa and ,

ii at present employed on a naval stomach troubles. ? ILOO. Sold by W. *f. Johnson. CASCADE
ires farm Chamberlain's Salve for diseases of .
at Orange Heights.. How- '::1
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P'er, the name is suggestive of great the skin.On Fin Postal Colle)''on. e00 AND OTHER ;
es*. bottle of each of three fire
f and ;Judge *
Mason may truthful To Miss I: tello Deal of this city t C .
state costs but $L2S..U'or sale HIGH-GRADE '
that he has Issued preparations .
a mar belongs the credit of probably having ,
license in the name of this dls- by ail druggists. received by mail at one tint the WHISKIES.t ..
Iaisbed
Personage. Approaching Marriage.Friends I largest collection of postal cards ever .

Colic and Diarrhoea. of the 'contracting parties received by any one person In Jlea4c..ar'kn 'r :'> ':> \\. i: ,
I the State, the .number aggregating .,
PaIq anticipating with a great deal of
. in the stomach: colic and are fortyseven.Tb .
Interest the approaching marriage of Anhteuser-Busch Bel r'f
anlloea
are quickly relieved by 'the < Beech Rat-
J. A. Hague and Mis .
o "
Chamberlain's Colic. friend,comprising a collection of capItol > -
a
sale residingat ITte and t> at. ,
ld Remedy. For ledge both ot whom are* BOW rssf ,
by
gtwa.a ),uldlags! throughout the United
Tyler. Mr. Hague Is the efficient States Miss Heal Is naturally Writ for price 111. JCQ TUADfS A BPECIALTYVm want soar
agent proud of both the distinction of this Order filled day reeelvtd.. '
that point, while Mis Uutledge.- who
i lLGnH.A tb big "Ja.tchof mall aa well as the
DlTlOIl for some time a school teacher
R Is was now postmistress. I thoughtfulness of her friend. OCALA HOUSE WINE I ROOMS ,

Congratulations ax* In order In ad-
Ancient Rom OCALA. FLORIDA.B. .
.1 vance. .
"'..-' D Is now merely a memory of thepast. :

CUBcIUO-. ., Do Not Neglect Ute Children.At Ballard Snow Liniment Is the -
KR slow this season of the year the first family liniment of the twentieth cautery. j '
S'*;m n w nK .", nsnatnral loosensas of a child's bowel A positive euro for Rfctunsvtfsffa. : T. B. ELLI0>JR.. JJB. ROB?. C. BO WEBS, '
lasfcow Barn (wits. Sprains, Nenralcta,
I:0:: TfT-tec..t M N "
Lave immedlat attention.
should '
.B' rrO/MMO' ea. Mr. C. IL Ranyoo. BtSAbeVrr. ., M.. DENTIST,
that can b* given IsChsmberlain's
bat thing
t. 1'rimwegeta.one's=Ae.e.sweweaec.se. Th writes -X hav' .sd Snow LfsJmswtCor .ATTORWET-A.T.LAW..
-. -..__ Colic Cholera awIDI&I'o: .hnmH.sr and aS ..... I _.watsy O..* in Miller Law KES..*.
bowed : castor ofl
wasph&STEftT. as yfcoe Ufe Htprty.a4 wltfc ....si beet by *. off her m,w ........- .... 1P w.

.-..,. Per sat *r a. ......,r... 1C 3.'".- Garasaovaaa: ., -, feoaa.a OtIHJ'IKIa..o.3U t B.*14ts.*Ho.Mf; .
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Less.. than .Helf-Price. Our methods are to clean up stock, and we will do it regardless/ of cost .or value.

"TO .. OUR EARLY' SUMMER SALE: You well know the splendid values we';

did not, we can only say you missed a Bargain event. To all;: we urge' you to come

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,. .. . .. .$1.007c lOc Figured Lawns. ? .. .. . . _ . .. .5C.
., ,. . .$1.00 Shirt Waists VleTheIr 15 and 20c Figured Lawns .. . . ... I0c
12 Jo .... . lOc 150 India Linon. . . . . . . ...sic
12ic . ., .".bOelbo A, GOOD ASSORTMENT OF SIZES I6c White Lawn--40 inchper: yard. ,.8Jc
... ..'. ..lOo16c 750 Shirt Waists, Clein.Up price ." .. .31e. 20c Persian Lawn per yard: . . . . lOc
,*.. .... .lOc $1.50 Shirt Waists, Clean-Up price . .. ..lIe 35c Figured Muslins, Pretty as Silk,
lOc . . . .8cS5c $2.00 Shirt Waists, Clean-Dp price. .. .. .lle per yard .. . ?, . :_ t _ . . ....x
: . .. . .25o{ $3.00 Shirt Waists, Clean-Up price . . ...SI.48 Fine Dress Silks in Small Checks, Dots and
?.., 50o . . . . 39c Hundred of Beautiful Shirt Walitt in better goods on Stripes, some at half their valve;
75o' . . .690 which the.prices hare been cut unmercifully See them at 39, 59, 69 and 79c ps*
: "$ ,\ .. .79c SEE THEM AT- yard. ;
1. . . .,,980 $2.98, 15c Black Hose, Plain or Lace, _. .....lOc
70 .J .... . . .40, I9c Black Hose, Plain or Lace .. ...lK} ,
7> lOo _.. .. .70 S3.!', $4.$$, ,- S5..., 57."$, $$."$ 25c Black Hose,'Plain or Lace.. . ....W35o
4 Hose, Beautiful Qualities. . . ...25c
12 J . .. .. .'. .8io16o 50c Hoses Black and White Lace ._...S9C
. .. .. .,,,.100 25c Value White Wash Belts.. ,. .....We,
f 25o ., .. .,...19c SKIRTS Hundreds of Yards Fine''Val. Laces ;
$UOO : . 1. ..*j70o worth up to lOc per' yard . ... 5c
.. ,. ,. .890 FINE DRESS AND VASH FKIRT3 SO CHEAP YOU Beautiful Vals. and Torchon Laces for,
l.Dtf .. . .:-.Q80 CAN'T AFFORD TO MAKE TAKE ONE.THE TROUBLETO this sale. '". .'

1 : ; :. . .. .$1.39 $2.00"VMte and Colored Waih .'. ,._t Sc Buy Wool Dress Goods now and save:
,60o . ... ,45o $S.O0"White Wath skirts .. . ...'. ...... .::.. .'$1.48 money. z :
05o . . .. ., ..49oOOo 13.60'Vhl Wa.h Skirt . ., . ... .......... ". .91.98 500 All Wool Batistes.,. . .p. ,. .. . ,. . .S9C
1 .. . . ...7oo $3.60 Plaited Mohair Skirts.. .. . .. ,.... .... .... .. .91.0$ 100 Black Voile. . . _.,. .'. . . .S
$1.50 Black Voile. . '. .. . . . ,,811
,' 150 .. . lOo FINE DRESS SKIRTS tn Black and Grey '
L < neat Oren Plata,Skirts worth$5 to 17.M Panama .O JrO 81-50 Black Taffeta. . . . ..I. _ tl1()
: Fine Dress Skirts worth $7.tO and $8.60.. ... . .. .f&.OS
i t Dapart- .'n..utlful131aek and Colored Voile'Sklm 97.5O and Cp Men's Furnishings

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.: t FINE MILLINERYAt 60o Dre'* Shirt '. ,......". 43.
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j .. : Skirt foe -: Children' Hat*-all at prfce to clean them ZJ Socks . ..1... .. :.". ::::::.':.:.".:.. .',Two f.,rie
Ifi this ..TlU. to ,Y Tore*month far'Summer Hat yet You can boy up.one to value A complete for thi stock. Fine Furnishings much Dadr
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AINESVH.LE THE OCEAN HIGHWAY. VIRGINIA'S CANDIDATE.
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-' : position on the discussion of his availability Fstl College Couroet s For
rtr'YI90l..1pslneMnie.Ftaa to use the tact'nylon of the East Coast t Catalopse datoll
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.. matter, actor A.1 At as the Democratic candidate D Informatloa Addreie
.' ,\ railway to Key Weat next winter, see Elecalke, e6tA.eo
!>t., tlr.sus: .I Issv : John W, 6Un.o, rreo,
._ 1 t and the announcement, should createjgreat for President by declaring that .h>A series toot to'o7 K ww..a. Cs, slr.

shed Er I'1- Monday and 3-lH.rwlaT, Interest' throughout the worlds "Neither the South nor any section

at Gainesville, Florida,, 'or'fashion and travel which touch should In' my opinion, have a candi I .
each other at ticket on account D'f Its locality. The FIRE AT CHASE'S '
''RERY: Editor and Publ'r.TB Florida that can be comfortably 1
M<< reached has been seen but thowe who country is one, and the Democracyas ,

come early and 80 desire can .rrlte yet Is one. CAUSES BIG LOSS Chattanooga
M s OF gos.CSrrriQxsft pf the new scenery opened along "The chief requisites of candidacy -

I, TwICa-\Vrek Scs 11 Tear; six. 'the canal now extending in an unbroken are' ability, acceptability, and availability .

|Ui 60e single copies, & highway from St. Augustine That" fact should determinethe Second Fire Within Two MonthS
AOTXKTIBIXO BATXS ti i to ''Miami, supplemented by that engineering choloe. Expediency should be '
advertisements, 15 cents a lineS triumph which brtdges the the handmaid of principle and cannot at Turpentine Retort Plant, .
tint and 10 cents for oath addl-; ocean!" from Mianft 'to.1ey West with be overlooked in the present situ '. :"

1 insertion. for. I the exception of one short ,break ation of the. 'Democratic party. Ideas PLANT WAS JUST BC.INSTAL&DHad

'played 1 12 advertisements months at fpecial,J.hreetl rates. Where a safe and comfortable ferry and principles, should prevail and <
Ui nad tarnished upon application I I Irriage&Dd will be provided tintl. it has been guide and expediency should serve Been only a Few Days.
[ Death notices inserted I closed.Practically. them." '
Origin of Fire Said to be An OverchargeLoss .
6 centa a line. And then "after
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a new now About
mentioned for Will Aggregate
the honor hesaid
offered, and in addition a view of a same
OUR CLCBBIKO LIST tBun triumph of modern engineering ability : "Take theVight man from any Tweaty-flve Hundred Dollars. :V;:

and the Thrice-a-Week; BiS that has no rival In all the world. where-New, England, the West, the It seems that fate is against (the, Plows
y ) World one year.$1 North the South." w
[Sun and the Atlanta (Ga.) The scenery is new-to the eyes the successful operation of the Chase turpentine
Constitution one year.. 1 78 observation car seems to rest on the retort which are located {i
flan and the Atlanta (Ga.) ocean Itself, and to the' _sufferers front TARIFF REDUCTION. about two miles to the north of ( he"
Journal one 1 60 '
ai-WeekIt and the Semi-Weekly year. I' sea sickness a voyage is offered without square, since within the past two
Bes-Union Ban one year..- .: 50 the suspicion of ware motion. The goods imported from Germany months there has occurred two serious
The wealth of tropic seas will lie are virtually* under the new agreement fires destroying retorts upon both!
We will not accept stamps of aff under the car windows tops may be allowed."'to ,enter at the value occasions. areCropMakers
denomination than 2 centa. glade on the keys where*the gentle certified, by the German Chambers of No A sooner bad the retorts burned
waves murmur at the feet of the Commerce. Thus the duty on German about two mouths ago been replaced

freold University buildings at,Lake visitors, and the sea-gardens are as goods is less. than that exacted upon i I than a second fire of the same nature
' are to be used for college puts plainly visible as those of the land-; the. products of other countries which occurred, again destroying the same
>!, the school to be established! by their fl6wera- and miniature forests : are subject to;an ad valorem rate of i property as was destroyed before.
(Florida State Baptist convention. can be studied and admired in com duty because the' lower the value at j About 7:30 o'clock Friday morning

fort, and with certainty of a return which imports 'are appraised the less a dense 'black smoke was .een1 url
I Detroit man was trying .to by rail'' at'a stated" hour What a the duty. Until we allow Frances' England ing into the air north of the clty. (The See Them at t

three families has Just been world for the picnics what. a museum and other countries the same volume,' which was tunnel-shaped, resembled -
ed bankrupt. In view of the for the naturalist, what a Joy, for the favor, It can hardly be called a sonar, the clouds of an approaching ,
of living It Is a wonder he wa mere sight-seeri. deal The Manufacturers' Association cyclone ,.and those Who noticed :them "
ilio. declared Insane.dge Millions, have been spent to pro- and the standpatters object to felt sure that a fierce fire was raging BaIrd Hardware Co.'s v vGninesvillo.

vide"the highway which will continue, this agreement with Germany' because and they were correct, as an 1 hour '
Wright of Jacksonville will practically across the great river of It thus reduces the rate.ot duty In later word came that a second fire had .

s a fitting successor,to the lament- the' Gulf ,Stream to Cuba, for when this round-about way. destroyed a large retort of the Chase

1ldg. Dzlalynskl. Rio two. men' the train runs into Kew West they nlant. A NEWS OF CITY ANDCOUNTY
more alike In the way of' sym will be transferred to monster ferryboats There la to be a new bureau in the The plant being beyond the fire. lira-
for their fellow human beings. and carried unbroken to the immigration service, known as the Its, it was impossible for the depart I CONDENSED-
: I Island. The British channel has not Divisional Information. It is to deal ment to render any aid. Even in the

veterans of the ail between beets bridged, though projects for tunneling with the distribution of Immigrantsto event that aid could have been i rendered Captain, A, JU Elmoro pf Alachua:
tates are "firing" In their ap- and steamers of strange con the parts of the country wbere they the nature of the material, be-'I'was In the city yesterday lie has
Jons for pensions under the new struction Ito obviate the motion have will do the most good and where the ing spirit of turpentine, could not Just returned from a visit to the-

da law with a rapidity. that is been rejected "after trial; what Europe country will do the most good for have been extinguished. Jamestown Exposition which ,he d fIt
lated to make a new "Hotchkiss" has not done America has pro them. This will be good news'to the :I The loss of these retorts, which dares Is a great show. Captain Elf v
aed of itself. They now"consider vided, And the trip from TMlaml to States of the South and' West If it have just been Installed, was said to more has promised to write a descriptive
lOne of honor. Key West by rail will be an'experience; prove e. 'The Bureau of 'Information have been caused by an'brer-cb"arge": article on the exposition

alone worth a visit-from fairy isle to is expected to keep In touch' with I I The damage will aggregate if about which will make Interesting. reading=

'color line"* was drawn at- thet Isle winds the road and over the the Governors of the several States II i 12.500. & Attention' Is called to the big
city election in Jacksonville, waves themselves 'pn great arches of and with State immigration officials, I advertisement of The O. W. Hyde.
[the result that not a negro now concrete with 'the tides foaming* beneath and even with board, of trades and The Sun, In Its write-up ''of the I Company, whlch.appears in this. 'Issue.
a city office In the metropolis --such a conquest of the ocean similar commercial bodies It la to Chase retort fire Saturday m I'nlng,1 This will positively be the last weekof
lorlda. The ward heretofore as a despot king dreamed he could accumulate all the information the i was misinformed" regarding the loss, the Great Early Summer Bale anda

e negroes as aidernjen substl- accomplish only to realize: the' helplessness Immigrant can need in. picking out a I which the reporter I. Informed will week which is $|ven In order tov
i white men this time. of ,mIWons' of fighting men. good location for himself and family. not exceed $400. Since the ;toss Is dead up all odds and ends left from*,
Once a day on the Ocklawaba was The conception of the scheme Is a great deal smaller than was-recorded the big sale which has been going on.

'signs of the times" Indicate held to furnish the acme of Florida good, and it only* remains to be seen I It affords us pleasure to make.. the jl Special prices are offered on all Hues*
whether the
Immigrants be induced
can 'l
ft would have been beat for the sight-seeing as a steamer glided correction and the quotations In the advertise
of Tampa to have let the good through the primeval forest, and the whether to take advantage of It or i]I i j[ ment will prove of Interest ,to Intend..
of the Plnellas Peninsular de- branches of giant trees swept the it will take some compulsory I? The Telepost Company ,is now lag purchasers. Bee the ad. an<*
law to distribute' them
advantageous
pa peace and formed a "new d ck. Then the sun-kissed Indian inaugurating a new system 'of telegraphy profit thereby
ly oyer the more thinly settled sec
of their own. as they asked river became the fashionable road. known as the DeUnyVsystem,
tlons of .
Jwlon to do. "A house dividedt Next the trains of the East' Coast the country. j by which It Is claimed (that one Dr. fttreuse: Returns.

itself cannot stand. plunged through the wilderness transforming The Orlando Dally Reporter-Star thousand words per minute ;can be Frends of Dr Clarence II, 81route.. .{' '
it into homes and gardens says It Is suggested that the candidates sent over a single wire. ,1C. it has the evangelist who established U.e'
and the new tourists wereold they the merit claimed it will knock the
f Florida Winter Bible Conterencea..4 .
State
tax levy for 1907 will for United States Senator for i ,
had missed the first night at the greatest other systems of telegraphy Into Gainesville 'Chautauqua, andspends whs,. "
mills which is m mills more Governor for Congress for the various f'k
he show on earth But-enterprise I smithereens v the greater part of hla, ties.: '
levy for 1906. The purposes cabinet offices and all minor r .
ever finds fresh worlds to conquer I =:: here, are glad to welcome him aisle,, '
the
plch levy is made are as State positions; have a "Coming Out]
s.: General revenue 2 mills; and Industry makes newt demand Party" In Ocala In the earls fall .A1 Col. T. J. Laud Brown; of Tampa after an absenceof: about three- '
school on capital and thought This'wlqter fair fame has positively' announced months in various sections of th., ;
tax. 1 mill; pensions, big barbecue and basket picnic and i j '
Florida offerB two unsurpassed at- his candidacy for United State. Bent
I; board of health.. % mill. It general good'time will be the result country.
lore behooves the county com- tractions-one for the pew motor and the affair promises to be one of tor to succeed Senator Mallory. ThisIs Dr. Strou.., at the closing of they :
boat, and the fishermen, and the othera taken to mean that Congressman here went Dallas
|ners to make the tax levy for the most unique In history. And how Chautauqua to *
rail laid the mane of old Sparkman will not enter, the race Texas where with .. '
on Rev O
purposes oceans blushing or-- '
Just as low as po... nice It' will be for the candt -
their meeting in July. Yet another year and the Florida date to be led forth In low neck and Stuaat, be conducted: a series of most.. ,
railway will be practically extendedto short sleeves before the gaping It is really amusing to' observe the successful meetings. At the conclusion '

Governor has appointed' Cuba while the Florida canal will' crowds And after they have made alacrity with which some people leap of these meetings,"' he visited
I Geologist, as be opened into the St. :Johns, and so their debut they can be placed In Into the political arena. They do many other' cities, coming froze Chicago '
I H under.\the Crlll Uni-bill. to be Joined In time' to the waters of separate stalls marked Exhibit A, and not seem to comprehend the general to Gainesville 1'
State
Dr, Sellards received his, the Chesapeake. The. sun do move." Exhibit TJ, and the ...throng can definition placed upon" the word
apetalning said tie negro preacher, and Florida -tAffy_" I Mr Dow Is Out.
in geology at Yale tTnlF pass along the cages and pick the | -
F, was at the time of his never stands still. ""I I have found winners. And all the editors can hold r Friends of W. B, Dow who haw
Went Professor of and nothing more wonderful! ors more the left hand'behind the back as "There Is nothing In the world been suffering for the past few weeD ,
rr In the University Geology of Florida magnificent than 1 have seen in my they pass the candidates, which means worse than smoking,"Jfcays 'a prominent with paralysis" were,surprised "but de'*

ting geologist to the Florida owncountry: ," said a* prominent "itching palms," a great game when physician. Nor In the eU one, lighted to see him out Thursday<< anti' ,

latent Station and assistant on American upon returning from a trip It la played right. O. yes, have the. either for that In&ttAtr. Friday having coma down In ,* bmiQP t.
-Uoua) Geological Survey. lie around the -world.) Next winter two "Coming Out Party" by all mean". --- ------- He was showered. with cougratotfcMUons. '

*gU> his new duties at new attraction will be offered by ;;;:;;.;.: :- .: So long a; ninety per eent of our :1Mr ,
rIee! of the Ctate Geologist I once.Is Florida to the list of America's Some t the Democratic eggs Incubator nation's teeming millions compose the Dow. recovery has been baaee! wonders and delights. See them and Roosevelt has hatched out are toiler that long will the voice of the' but steady and bU friends bop; tc \
revive vour patriotism.-Times-Union. fighting roosters now. masses be power a+e him entirely. well in a few 'W. Ir.. v

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of the assembly in passing Irregularity is bad In every department of life. In meals In sleeping hours. :1
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sweeping railroad measure.commission It gives A \ ferriale: disease, but. unless cured It will 'cause dangerous troubles. becu of '

:> control and regulate au-all the poisons thus allowed to remain In the system.

ser+ lee corporation* In thee If you suffer In this way get a bottto ofWine

:, ept telephone and teleeomDanlei -

The various Rad r
ttloas affected have not of Cardui ,
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measure as a whole.
they have Asked for modlfl- \. r ,

toes ba several toafcov of Its provisions. Mra Lactoda JoJMoa. el PI. Crk. Wltv.vtltas "1 ..... for fctftrteea (U)' veers sit fervftt-' ,.

l wntry are allt that. to th-tae; people aluaa- Sign. is Wit,. CMIIIIaC great p.... N1M&.I tried Cwti. slid now 1 am -....LM" dn_.<* .to 31 bode. *

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$600 tot, Beautiful Presents given away. And at an enormous expense, the First Regiment Band of Florida will give three ':

Grand 1ree'Concerts' daily on the dates of) the Great Auction Sale at College Park; the new elite residence portion of Gainesville:
Fla.r We are going to give every man, woman and child in this section of the country an opportunity to buy one of the finest lots '

in this elite reeidencQ.section.r "garc1e! sof price, for $10 down and SIO per month With the terms, that you get on this high-class .1
i property it ought to be a chance of a life-time to make an investment that will. double or treble on your money in 12 to.24:months', tine. :.
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Gainesville, .Fla. ,Be 'On. Hand Promptly and Secure a Valuable Present, College Park :i


This beautiful little city Is located
:, ) in tho center of the Umber, turpentine : This' beautiful sub-division U located :. s
.. track-growlnr: and phosphate section . ;: directly in front of the new Ltd
ot wlregrasn Florida, and Us growth FREEMJREE varsity Grounds and, every lot U bU'; k'"
In the past five years has been mar dry and beautiful ;with the Ltd
,. .. ,Gainesville has never been macadamized avenues in Florida aD4:I.
a boom. but has had a steady sub 7-foot granolithic sidewalks leading 41-,. '
i growth that has mad it the rectly to the property Clty..ter ;
J'on. Interior city in the State and Transportation to tho grounds on day.or' Sale. and electric light hav already o sextended 1
the future is bettor than the past. to this property. These W 4
will only be a short time before it Railroad fare refunded to all ouVof-town extend 2,000 feet directly in front If .'..
rank a in one the' Urgent dUos tn pur- the University on which the Stats If "
State. chasers of lots. Tin? ip a rare spending, on buildings and srouwa;';
OalnesvlUe has three trunk line :: opportunity to secure $1.600,000.00 The proposed etertnr t
\ that go to make, it a Rood car line, the franchise for which Ya
; 1.and is the highest point In Florida 'a valuable lot. on easy terms. now pending before the City: Coin'.
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ii Sale Will Be Conducted at 9, a. in. and 4; p. m., Daily, Commencing Tuesday, July 2d, to 4t :,

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GAnCESVIIIE AT PRESENT IS SPENDING, ON PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS ABOUT $150,000. BIDS ARE NOW BEING ATiVTTOTTqTTi.PXAFKincaarr ji

tI GOVERNMENT BUILDING. TO COST NOT LSSS THAN $75,000. JUST WATCH GAiNEsvm GROW. Ev-dtY :i

,INDICATION POINTS >0 CONTINUOUS GROWTH. OF TflE CITY AND A RAPID INCREASE IN REAL ESTATE VALUED :




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THE GAINESVILLE SUN: JUNE 24. 1907



Nb Miss Dean Entertains i I 'F 11
All LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS
LOWMANS At her home In I st Oaln svill. ---

Thursday evening Miss Carri Dean
ADMINISTRATRIX' NOTICE TO
BAIL dUflratfuily entertained a number of
WITHOUT CREDITORS.
IELD her friends In honor of Mla Beanie

-- Galloway, who is visiting .her*. Y ; \ d Notice Is hereby given that "" all
.... \-1.- 51hE,0 Mt creditors
distributors
'll or other
The evening was spent in a ia itenjoyable per
Phinney
of Donlap sons holding .claims
red manner one of the features or d&naRdaagalDst

own No Mercy by Court. being: an "observation contest" \' the estate of W., D. Seigler. deceased -

-- \ In which each young"man had to givea AND LAST must present! the same to the

WAS PRESENT written description pf his young tFIILS'T ,1 undersigned for payment within two

CROWD-- lady partner. and each young lady I ( ;a i ;; ; 5&tti years from the first publication of

a description of the young man. This this notice, and a failure tp do so will
Lsurtdlng and Earn-
Strenuous naturally aroused great interest and 4" ieg IDJ BJmU1 ->>una be plaid in bar to any action" to recover

Efforts Were Made to : Secure, enthusiasm. > ;,- i Mean: $ $ made to all All on the same. ,

.M on Ball, Judge FrIedmansed Other things also lent pleasure to who parsons owing the'seld: estate

| to Release Them.. the occasion, such as vocal and Instrumental 8f buy or wear them. In style mutt once.pay the same to the undersignedat '

solos recitations the I.

rjf Lowman with and son the, murder George: customary amount of conversation, : syjjy ease and durability, "Shield Brand Shoeshtoe t LULA D. 8E1QLER. Admtnistra\ .* '

UP charged at Raleigh a few and what we all enjoy--the refresh' the mark of perfection. tnx of the Estate of \V D. Setgl.r.
Pbtaney 'I d Dewe @Od ,
arraigned before ments. SOLD BY RGL.I/\UL p MbttGHr\NT& ONLY ,
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were J. M Aitorrwy
ago UXZ Ells
Friedman at At;, a late hour the guests. departed, for Defendant
Benjamin '
Judge M. C. KISER
CO.
I Manufacturers.
L remanded being much delighted and greatly Indebted .
and were --'---
Friday 6 -- --
notwithstanding to Misses Dean and Galloway ; ATLANTA. A.
without ball NOTlUK Or APPLICATION FOR TAX
fight for the pleasure of the evening. DEED UNDER SECTION
hard and stubborn 'Was J P OF CHAPTER.
freedom W. LAWS or FLORIDA.Kottoe .
a give them temporary
I Grove Park to Celebrate. U hereby' then that ,V. 8. nroom.
bond rurohawr of Ta. CerUdoat> No. .l'S,
I fnciden of this killing Is re- The good people of Grove Park, determined -.. dated wtb* tad dao' .", .
il. hae flied sold" etrtfaoate: 'aA.m
red by every reader of-Tbe not' to be outdone in patriotism -. ------ -- ones, and ha made appltattloa for tax deed
Saturday night. Junei 8. by other towns of the county ( to"'It. In accordance with law. SUM eertinoav -
[ On OSOAR SANDERS.. PERRY M. COLSON,1 .not>r*'e* the following..NICI'.rop I'
xjwmans saw Phinney coming have decided -to hold a basket .rtr situated in Alaebua county.FiorUla. towN

store In Raleigh when they picnic on the Fourth of July. The :.riot Nw 1-4. B t Rot Be iud Nw ... Of
0. N. Sanders & Ne ... Era! 10. Tp. 9 H., R. .
Jim do"Tbey were arrested day will be passed In an enjoyable Company Tb. sort' lam belftlf, assessed 1 -X at)tbs aorei date At

ather on Monday and the eon manner, one of the principle*features the l<......_.of such eeruaeete la ...... .... ;
of unkbown,
Llnesday following, and were being a large pavilionwhich will -DEALERS IN- CciAin.salt oarttnoat abU be redeemed air '

afford I cordiI'0 law ,.. deed will loge 'b...._
I Branson, where the preliralrts ample room for dancing.A 011
to
of June ,
D
A lUOT.
.. Genera.1 1VIerchandise' 'bv=ioero:
| held yesterday.prosecuUdm .' cordial Invitation la extended to f tar onielai signature sad seal atoll
lbs Send lay o' Uay. A' D. lrr,
[ was made by Stata all to. come and bring wellSUedbaskets. S. H WIRNOBS, '

y J. M< Rivers, while Judge HARDWAtlE, STOVES. FARMERS IMPLEMENTS, FURNITURE. I'd Clerk Clrouit Ito Court M 8.CIU AUohua\.s.Co DO.-Via, ,'I


Carter and Plnnelle & Soupaled There Are Few New Store. New Goods. Complete line of Ladle Spring Dress Good. Freeh NOTICE 0V" APPLICATION Pant '4
TAX t
the defendants -
Fancy Groceriva Carload Furniture lost being ai
np.n.d-aJl DEE UNPKR HECTTOX! 1 or
irge crowd was preaent'at theg People who know bowto, take care est Possible Prices. Largest Block of (Good E..r Carried '1..0"1 .-*. LA ws or FLJOmpA. CHAPTEA ,
Western Alaehua.)
as the prisoners and the of themselves_ -the.' majority do not. Motto U hereby trtTenthat J, X, ><*rmatuv
ed man were very prominent. Colson Block .' Trenton Alachua County Fla. pareba.er of Tar Curtldoat No. m. d
I The liver Is a most Important organIn the Mb day n( ,JI'A...o. n )j. has i bHS
aaJil o rtUi a ate In fay ode. sod -bas u afl
} the body. V. C Slmpklns.. Alba, PpUonion for tax deed is l oa. In aeeord
ltUburg girl Is slowly turning Texas; writes: "I have used Herblne .n". with law. SaId certlBo te omh,..... tbs
uuful lavender color1. At the i. fouowiotdoseribatproperty.Rusted 10 Ale''
for Chills and Fever and find It the ABSTRACT & REALTY COMPAKKE. Ohii* county I'lorlta. tuwlr| ;
|it time, however abe Is a Utf.1e) best medicine t ever used I would S.'me. Iv vi"R:4o-40?*sores'*"of frsotioasi i t se. II, T*. tt'
the matter. I
oncerning
Tbs Mid Und b ln* assessed .
not be without It. It is as good for tbo lmuun., t kite date of
*of uaboerttttoBte in the Dame.t
: children as It Is for' grown-up people, ". F. Jeoiwoordln
UI\I.....ald oe..tl4oa than be red...... >
se
ads Have Kidneyouble and I recommend It. It la fine for E. E. VOYLE. MGR to isw. vas d .4 -' |luue tborvon cm
La Grippe Bold by'' W. M Johnson. (b Itthdsr of :
... umoisl dlrrn
.. lure
Abstracts of Tills and fall Information furnished regarding lands I*I,' thi .vvv.'lnw' m* l sad seal. (bla
and Never Suspect it. \bd., of Nay A.1).I J7.'
County Treasurer's Report for the county. Oar manager hat lived in this eonntr thirty years md H, M. wnswar: '
How To Find Out Month Is thoroughly eonTersant with land titles t d Clerk Ctrouit Court Alobw Co..r'la,.
o! May, 1907. "
,i bottle common glass:! with yout
tud let it tand twenty-four hours; May 1-Bal. In bank May 1. .'U.611.88i -VO-Y-LE. : NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX '
a.edimentoraettlingitulicatesan. i JB. DKEO!: UNDER 8EO-tION' Or
CHAPTVR
May t S-J'. W.: Smith for ..
.M). LAWS or FLORIDA.
: I State vs Dill Stevens . . 5.00 'IRE. ACCIDENT BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INBUKANOE. Renre- 1
unhealthycon. Notki< U breby> glove l .ba' J. T. PriNi.
s dition of the!; kid. :May 7/J. L. Kelley, to be renting s, number of prominent American and English eompaniei.REAL purobs..r 0' TmK Certl00Bt No. Mir,dated vt>.
if it stains credited to .Stokes ESTATE AND CITY LOAN8. 4th day of Joiy' A. U IMWH. boo U.d .%!. ,;
keys; school At osrtucsles mr onto, and (<_ n Ml_ .ppiiotliMi i.
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your linen it is No. 64 . ... . .. . :... . 0.00May Ga.L.rs.LLEJ:: : s a B"1..or:1.: for tat Ur to INKU. ID .rH oMsii<>. wltlt
Jcnce Of Uidn _. law Paid c* rttaeote abrset. the loj-
--------------- ioelnt,
7-R. II. Strlngtellow.J. de.e'Ibed .
trouble too sourest Jlu l*
I friquent deaiteto ; P., H. L. Brown . . .... 5.00 county K I or'W'o| : :..:r' MR a !.Tp.U"It IT.

-, pass it or pain May ,7-W. D. Dickinson colt .- The Oldest Whiskey House ia GeorgiaEstablished the Th...sold"."*hus-* pf*."""*""** .osrtlaoat.sassed al to lbs lbs data name of ti4
in the back is ?
lecvtona for the month. of of Unkm.w..
{>imn proof that the i Unto ..... vert'flaste
ider< are Ing out of order. kidneys April '. . . . ... . .. :..* . 13.397.1S I88i1t : aooorOlnif in tit. tax dead abttl will bo U..u red.. tbersus M 4Kl
What To Do. May 15--Comptroller. 1-mtll on i th.5.thdayot .fuse. A D ts.n, :
'Vhnea w> o* l.l aUBBture aW
sn4 Ibid
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e! it comfort in the knowledge so State school tax . :. . . 2753.73 r lbs Sl.t dtty of May A U. Inn ,

;>expressed Root,, the great that kidney Dr. Kilmer's remedy. May 7-R T. Henderson. ) (1 OUt MIIAUPC VlLLUMH Pd Clerk dreult.. Court< AlaAhua N1E11JE1 On.. IT,*. ''

>every west tu curing rheumatism State vs. Mitchell Parvell Pure floe old rye. By the ft si Ion 13.001'oar Hr M. A.
i the bark kidneys, liver, bladder et a). . . . . . .. . . 8. >t> .., full quarts $8.6O.EXPREHH ..< NOTES or
lery of the J.o" rt .1 1'REPAIf APPUOATION run TAX
part urinary passageecu :May 27-0. :M. C lman, f. P., WKKO UNDKIt nCTTOM or
inability to hold water CUAPTCtl
iding pain in passing it, or bad Jim .Hall assault. , . ().oO 'Gi' ',err, N 'UEU. J. COLEXUt y s5*. LAWS or rtxxuoA.Koiloe .

fallowing use of liquor, witie orid May 27-O. M .Colman J. P., frl,' 1' '" Pure Pennativanla. R,.. Rleh and Srdihta. la hereby dies! thai Mrs M, r. Slots
purabaaer 01 Tax
overcomes that unpleasant ne- Celia . .. . .. '" I .... cVrtlfltfave. No, sat.aau .
Dodgan CX)0) : mallow liy the gallon 12.76. J-oor a. lbs -.wi dsr of Jet,. ". t>. Inn tow '
of being compelled to go often May 28-11. O. Mason' A. J. full qnarta $6OO. J a1.d _,.lI1oa,. la my ofltoe. and ..&. '
; the day and to Ret: up many wada appUoaUoa for taa deed to IMH* In
lang the night. The mild end Slocum . . . . .. .u. . .. 1.00 EXPRESS PREPAID _OId.Dct. with law MaW ..nl4..'. oar
b.ac.. Ute f.Uowla.r dmtHb .
raordinary effect; of.SwampRootpah May 31-J. I* Kelley, Supt., ASTIL RYE noted is Aiitobuae .e1i.. PianMs.prst..rtroil'towlti
It stands the highest *- Lot is Vclutb'a Addition to Ualaoaviile. .
to be dredltml'' on' 6 months
wonder,ul of the most dl. }>or.IDb.tantSat family whl.k.,. By '(1>. salt land b.lat aa.niaad at lbs data of
If cures term No.-44 . .', :..... .. 10.00 ** T* -r- the Kslloo $2.5O. Four fall quarts" 10. Iwusns: ut sues ..'Wi....* la the na..
!5cac.a need medicine pf T If. tUoDardwtn y
you a ,
i II hllt"e11Jea Sold by drug- . -- ,.._.,. $:Z.90. EXPRESS PREPAICCLIFFORD Unl MM aaM oarUBoate shall be r.ds.med.ad .

1' tt and one-dollar slz .. Total receipts . . . . ...:.$5'0,912.1 eordlnir iba tbdayof to law ;: Moue, tserooa ue r

... . ___ BYE omulsiASlt.mei
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nthav" a sample bottle awl a Disbursements . .. .... . 13,273.30 "ltn.M nr sad aaak1 tt. ...
<'''if uc"lia all fZir"i By the gallon f 2 25 Four fell qosrU ,IN tdar 01 .I..., It. /I'iI'
'OLD KENTUCKY COHSDirect
ooth sent free .. $2.e5. EXPRE88: 'PREPAID id .. wowae
a"tit
il t .drcsDr: -r .- ? '" Balance . .*.. . ... ...*....$46, 38.S from, bonded warehouse fine Clrault Oo rt AlMhu Co.. ole.

r i> ,_ "< Din$:- '- ". Condition of Fund and old By the gallon IS.00. OLD VOIXTCR CLOH {'OR:( NOTICK or APr .. (' ,"Ol'f' FOR TAX
a. 1'>> \ \\'hen aof SWs.raeoaR Rich and mellow. By the R Uon ".K CTCKW ONDKK: ,
Four fall I3.CO. SKCTTON f or OIIAPTKI
mention this paper and don't General Fund .. . . .. ... .. 8.023.33 quarts Four foil qosrU $2110 ...., LAWS or 111.0/t1DA

a"iv mistake. but remember' th Road Fund . . ..*; .. . . 9.393 EXph S8 PREPAID EXl'RE51j PREPAID XotUe-ta' slWa
Uh e beret bat A. J. DaCiMta.,, rt
l J Ir1ueL't; Swamp-Root, and School Fund .. .. .... .. 2387.30 '" -_ -' :--.._._ --- Trtuure. tnir'lHMr of Tap Ortiat- li.,17 wf
rcaa, Binchamton N. Y. .t. dttedtb4Mbdsrof: July ItWbaaitl.d.sl4
IK
Special School Fund... .. . 2,084.02 We haftdle all the leading brands of Rye and Bourbon Whiskies In the roar -rtlAnat. U my oS.s. and A bas made aie4qe. i''

'--'-' Fine and Forfeiture Fund.. 23,920.53 ket and will save you from 25 to AO per cent on year purchases. ,Mod for' price lion law.lor vas 0*.r1 1 to tetu In *.4 rdan
ua County Abstract Co Game Warden l. .. . ... . 830.6; lilt and catalogue, Free upon application. daaerlb.d rirrlts.lewllt WatdAPPUOATfO.f= ;.t..rabr dt.st.d 1 s.see Alushias bs toudwfqg e.ue

--- THE LTMAYER & FLATAU LIQUOR COMPANY?! UA w 14 riff. 4.115 5 8b./.s/11. '

\laoorpurated, ) June 1st to balance.: ,. . S.c4.4Ui; I" ,'Tbo. 15's.said',.Lead. u o as so ow a 01,. {bb des. ei
a..srMWsi lo. ti.e _
.rA G.A. setnp .
A.OQ1 k
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ol.ro Pr es : J. W. L7aadlatif It. D. PEELER .tr X Wtlltama -
. Ualo..It s.rUft.sls shsn be red. .;,. "' .8t.
I Prey, tt K ., --- saed l"
Cotbni. Bss xrreaa.UAINEaVILLE County Treaaur /. ---- ----- ----- ---- --- -- - -- 'M. x ;'.0 rdlwr taw.ta d.mlA. wi4I.w.therjpi so: "t 1'.

FLA. NOTice or APPLICATION rou TAX NonCE or PW.ICATIOJ; tt>n TAX 54d4.,, of ,ur.. IXny Len (
WII. otaalAt .ite.I.re r,j
Nott DEED mini HKCTIO.H S or CUAITEB4HW. few!: vwDrrftmrnox a or OUA1' Y.fl 'N.:4.., of star. .... errs sell! ...
Tax e. LAWS PI FUOIUPANotia .**. LAWN O>* JXOtllPA.Kotla i:: N lIW.r.HO.- .

do an exclostve Ab.taot boat In pursuance of Chapter No. 4113, *ta Ikcrebr de* lha ... ...- Macuff .U h.r.br rasa tl.t M.lro.. *I.f>f .
with facilities for impatiagFul l ac ur1n. O.-..*.,.. parcoaAwra of Tax CortMWoaM Co., boots of T.. C *tiS.a.. No. ltH, --- ----- -- - t'
shoo Section SS'Laws of Florida I gyre below NoK S.dalwt Snl tl..*d.r of ..rrt&. A. U. cta.a004 the *tik oar 'I.* S..e-mbttr. A. U. isle.. ron ,
d Concerning the Title of statement showing the amount '1'IIoG.' bets mad said e....' e.Le la oar oMee.sad. liave mad salt ...rtJfte... is 'r Gft\e. DlaOUAHOR.
all lands la Alscnua county a bare na4. apiHtoatton for tac deed to....tow and aavoto a.adr MIestk f.. tlr.d toads M besot.,> .*. that f.'r...... V Pow
,IDe.. trsnsaete t>romptlrw of taxes collected by W. D. Dickinson _ona..tu.. .. HakdIn oeTt.l60.. .. .s.tr..es taaaa la a *on1a:"s* with :w, ..t; sortie.51s.w der. *aaji*.-.-of tii IM will aM t.NAp>_... ;
'M fdilrwtst oM-nfMott pt o.nt 5lt5' +tls. lbw f.nowituf 5e.erft. d peofstit 'N JItwn H s'.ner. dee.ssed, wtfl
tax collector of Alachua eoonty, Florfdaf sled AUfriMia _fnm. KtorMa w.wnd .&.: : Ahwi 'l t taw I. V. N.ra.4Jtw.trlt..t.e w
for Ate period ending Msy 31.leOT r""", .a .. n_. i 7).. s H. ... tl ...o a*>r-. of KeW aed W W a C5U t.*.. f. 7v iN.. and for AlUta-a:: .Vies. foq$4 .lttlarr I is'
TIM ....s toad b./5easw.ad .1 1M.....of&M .L II I-t4o.er.e Ptub.o,sly aa.otbs a ,as shown bj: county treasurer's receipte ......__ .f JIUO. ......,6$...J.5b0 bow Tbe said lead ..."'..--.d ? tN ..Le N nssi .. ffest as salt. =n.esblp:sad Mr
on file in office, town t of .,,---. ........_Of_.0 tt1fM.N is"be sow Of Los 1. a* au.1k tar, .batlMu dar wtlb '
my
ima Valve said ..rtmst. situ G. russat.d "'" S aid G.w.t.J,MIN::r rasra.of pit 1
1 aoonwltaw u> lawt5 deed will hove.iaoreo ?o iww./d e.nMleite.b.d V* ro4.eak.4 few IIU ...,.,_... as.thNU
TAX ROLL 1006.Leen _be Alb dsr of ;J.". A.U wr.Uraauir .ordnxr to.... .dead .win... .....r_ oi Les4 .bM rhb d.Y of "....,. h isorra..oter ,
*.s. . . . . . -.f 28 00 Wnawo. say ftCDeW setf ..al ikiaxortcn lalb d., J& : '
Road Fund, 4ml.1112D52.f tbo 'kilo dsy Of", .1,.. A. . i u.w .,? r li' rr :'". **. *.*. ..* of t..t..T Ylt!'aV.b'j...imial .'
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1i, W1IC'fCr..M.' tb. m*.., oi i.'". A. 6, IN01I-. Anben H. POf"r.l .
toad eialDi.triU- . 12316Pf pod C.tat Cltevtl C-rt A"''as' c-.n.. .., n. .. boe.a.ed
hoof Toad .. . . . . .516714Hrhfto U, M. .... CUJOva D.C. td It C7.tb Qt..f4 C mot __ .Jr.1'fOP11-- . .- -,. .. .- -
Fond,8<.-eial District 1874.. 61 --- -------- --.-. nr ...... ( : .

School Polls, 1<<.. _.. *. 2 00 J --- -

6ehool1"oU.. 108 . . . 222 00 Nsd..lab.r.bf shoe that l.> .. KOTIOJ> :'(O* PVBMTATJOW.

....,..'- Os .M ...... of IE.teJafford*. Lad Oaf.. N C..me.Via PATENTS
s Total. . . . . 110668 54 .-.. .... ..... ..........s a .."'-.. "._ n. lab?.
tI&.I1IM tbo c-... J U.of Mashes
.. y -* aws5
s .
Htee faof *rel> tits t a Wfiaoji Aa-
8. H. Wisaoms A.O elataM_.. _M .
tr aa ta* ma.411 was a .
...
IMM SM4 aoUeoof
ri tsarstesek..ensasba5aai
Clerk Circuit Coort. aes.rx.. tor par-'IU.* r1tM.tb. tta o rsmdn ** />...,- pr nf is -I .

t __.____ ___ ___ _,__. ____ __ ___ 'M__.. .5.d toy said law_or.tfcov,. tsars V b..,.aArrmL.. to .to vi'* a* saes .hers....n"arse.....J...__ slatprAn.uew.W-K.-....,. )>.>(....

nt MAHOVI net lace tot J. 'V PATTOX T.' APfris'r": WIC.J''fS.' A oa....,....., it..ellaw .. T........v 5 "' .. Vlfey' M IW., L liN.t

JmQ SOftfOv .. .... . dad )i.k nt Meld SNN.a. > wnrcvv .llerrl..ouowwa.tr'.n... prrrr.ebeN..N..C.
--- "- -- -- '-'''- - -- S *.. Host. 14 K. sad /1..s aM goof wtUbw
MM>. iMnfor Ibr' K'.rK r IUoe* arUala
& &&yyft&d. ...Civil Enf iM ._ .,_ ,f f Mv t+ t* fmrtmnfjlll
J.atrtscirnttt,TLA. MCAMCK> IS' ...&1... KKTATE> For Best Res 1t8Id'ertJ88' WI UtI_a...--afoBoytMr r......... ............ tt.ldrsiive.rte. t Paps. .. >il wl..rn..a we.r| ,,twwrI. a.Yprta.

... .- 84' ....11. ..,.. I. SWIFT j r & CO
; a.MI .Iii wt. iii itsso Oeaade.1Wasws'
74TTlL5.S .-.. toeiss4s.tar. :. .. J. R-.l.--.a.tU..,..
.. JlSt deer( Yetxh tilt n....... ',. in Tha Sr '! ill $tvsalY r.1.,' w'4 LMlss.1J. C
i..... M". 0 lox kM. o..a..us..PJa. : i.is JmItt '.,CftOKft.BA.1tt**
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U J. Knight and J. D, Willlama of I here. He owns a lot at College Park. U H .
t III.iIIU._ "ftIiII! .._ __.... .. H. .
S OF CITY AND LaCrosso were In the city yesterday and it i* ru11Ol'ed111 build* .tt --fP".Jl _. II

The latter was enruute to Crystal For Rent-:!Tbe Clarendon Cottage. r--;

fcoBHTYCOMDENSED Hirer, where he has .decided to engage Seabreeze. Fully furnished; water ,

in the mercantile buatneia, Mr and electric lighting. Terms reason

__ I Knight states that they drove broUgb able for the 'season. JT. D. Crocker WILSON'SWhy K

General Interest Oath-: from LaOrosse, and that they were Dr. AnxMtroos. the well-known

of encircled all the distance by a dense specialist of Jacksonville, will make

creel by Our Reporters. cloud of dost which made the drive his regular professional visit toGaln".lIle

very disagreeable 'which was evil on July '8th the aecond
SOCIAL, ITEMS deuce of the extreme drought In this '
AND in
ONAL Mbnday the month. ,
section of the State. '
Be In
Doubt ?
Leslie A-now' formerly of Mlcanopy 1 .
What lo Going From Saturday Daily Sun
Happened and but vow engaged In the mercantile .

Lppe" Told In Short"P.'lig.ap.h. D. M. Phlffcr of* Windsor Was tradIng business In South Florida was In 'lt; f .a
.
-He Who Run May,Read" in the city yesterday.John the city for a few hours :yesterday. :4 SOMETIMES ,y

JTMt L ;s. ,Merry of Mlcanopy was In He was enroute from Mlcanopy

The Sun. the city on business yesterday. where he haw been on a visit to *, You, .yet, your money's worth .at otheretord ,

plday'a Daily ,Yvn. ". I"- Orlando Weeks ot Waldo spent yesterday relatives.. T '. sometimes you don't; but i;

|W H&Tlw>n of Hape. was. tTa.d4the :: : In this city on business.T. A* JT. Amy a baker of Jacksonville ?, .. YOt1 KNOW by theHest of'25 years' '.,

t city yesterday.R. R. Plckett of.Dewberry: was a has arrived In the city ana ha accepted '

H. Holsteln and, daughter business visitor to Gainesville yester a position with It. T. Schafer, -. trading at this store that you are sure

ue were shopping In,:the ,city proprietor of' the Keystone Bakery. of J od, Honest Merchandise' for o-

.-ay day.VV.. W. Thomas of Monteocha wasa Mr. Amy ia known here by the older ever dollar you spend with usl:

and Mrs. H. E. Barnett"'of Haw business visitor to. Qalnesvllle yes citizen, having resided bere"about

.peat yesterday with friends terday." *, fifteen year ago.

(it city 'Wm. Rogers of High Springs was Miss Fannie Dlckson, agent of the H Cheap ,deeds '

1. W. Melton of Mlcanopy: was among those who spent yesterday. In Atlantic Coast Line at Hawthorn

city yesterday a guest of the this city on business. has gone to her home In Raeford N.

C., tor a brief but well-earned vacation. dike
,
House
Dr. Reese a :w U.tnwon citizen ot soft soap-they do not last
Chesnnt and wife of Alachua Miss Dlckson ha proved her.
m Tacoma. Was, among* those who,spent long
Why buy them when we sell
in the city yesterday on a brief yesterday In this city. , self not only 'popular, but very efficient I

I to relatives.and : : in the railroad work. better floods at about same figures
,
Mr0.A.D., Oliver and clever little'daughter l
Havllle of Alach-- W J. ,Hodge and daughter. 3n. .
Sam
Mrs. Miss TJessle, have gone to Blftelc' Vollts $1.10 .25 and "t.M
ere among those who favored Mary E. Tannnrr were in the city m
Houston, where they will visit relatives
wills with a visit .yesterday. for a few days from Alachua ;yesterday. ,Air. hedge per ard..

McKlnney Jr., of Waldo,, has Miss Louise trained states he has never experienced such Black Taffeta Silks $1.00, $1.25, $ .35
Simpson, a r '
He has accepteddon a continued anddlatrea.lng droughtIn
d In the city. nurse from Atlanta, has arrived loathe which bas .ndt.50. per yard.
salesman with Saundera this section proved o{ \
as
city for a two-weeks visit to her
damage to the farmer
fie great .
grocers. J. R. 'Emerson. !
mother Mrs.
Whiter
Misses Agues Zetrouer and Winnie Embroider! *, Laces, Goods, .; '
[ Mrs. W. M. Sullivan after '
cf and but pleasant visit to, theirter .J mes M. Turner of Lake View Tucker two charming young ladle.ot' D I(j lOTS WaTstlngs, Dotted Swisses 811k Rongoes. d
the
was in "city yesterday.. Mr Turner -
| HIM Alma In this city, re- Rochelle, were shopping: In the Corsets, Etc. >
was en route to the'' :Jamestown ;
to their home yesterday. I city yesterday Mis* Zetvouer is one
Exposition and left In the afternoon. and Fi a
of Alachua county' most popular ,
R. Hague of the station which DC A f ITI C II In Figured, Lawn at too yard
I his name, one -of- ; '(oldest') Mra P. Q. Guynn of. Memphis.Teun., efficient school' teacher She taughttbe DCAU 1 1 T U L

and two the, Misses of Arredondo school the past term
nieces Bush
InTOrgandle. at 15e yardv ;
all (ot that section of the:county, :, :
h the city trading yesterday, Georgia are In the ,city, guests of Boltrer Itlncald, formerly of this DESIGNS

l Mrs., Guynn'' sister" ,.Mrs. C., t.Davled. county but now located at Floral . lnNovltlea| at 25c S5o and 504 yard
I. S. A. White and Miss Mattte '
City where he Is engaged In phosphate '
[are left yesterday for Mulberry r
kola, Arcadia and other point Friend of.Judge Syd L. Carter will mining 'was brought to this ONBlPRICE TO ALL.:

to that he returned from city yesterday suffering from fever r
biter expects to be absent'aerer- regret leaf iq .. I y
ka. Bronson where' he ,went to defend and Is nn'te Ill, at the home ot his Mrs. Wilsonr r
R.
lade has returned, from tflch. the Lowman's, yesterday, quite in sister, Mrs. A. III Harper. Friends
\ hope' for\Ln early ;;
I disposed. recorerytAttention
West Point. Manchester Va" . . . . . . . . . . .
.
I called to the advertisement .--- . ._ . _ n.. _ . .-- --,'" .-- . "" .-- --, d
Charleston. S. C.,. where he has J. II, Holly, a prominent merchant .

or the past ten days on bust ot Arredondo and 'a member of the of Phlfer Bros.- bankers, which ,-1"---- .- ----' '

ionnected with the halls estate, j I board of trustees of, the Arredondo appear In' this Issue. This| bank Mr. Dampier report that his Mr*. Dora Wallac and daughter

EC Cobb, the genial agent ,Bub-school district wan':In the .city while recently started by 'It* conservative daughter Miss Johnnie who was so Miss Ellen) have gone. 'to Lexln.ton"j

aboard Is j yesterday. ,, ' methods, ha! ,enjoyed a tine severely burned a few weeks ago I is K)'., where they wU| spend, a few
oft on his annual otj,.
I business which .la Increasing dally. now enabled ,to sit up. which will be weeks a* guests of, relatives
i He will spend about a ( Hon, f A. ,Doke of Bants')('.* t>ne of r r
< I Tbe officers are aa accommodating as gratifyinginformation to tbe friend Remember M. th '' tr }
A.
IfImutl and will then visit Balti- the efficient representatives 'of the i IXek'oo *.
|ui cI t New York. Agent Clarke i! county In the Lower House of 'the I Is conservative and enjoythe conn' of the young lady. broker when In the mark for are* ,

Ipff during his absence. J Legislature, was a business Visitor dence of the public. Jam Chesnut, Jr., has resumed cerise. hay,grain' and feed-stu3 Sara ..'

lani( Mrs. L. N LaFontlsee are to this city Thursday! Captain \V P. Shettlewortb the tils duties, as salesman at the tore : money arwl tlm.. Wrlleor, 'pboDe m.-.* '"

I iftileisantly boss melon grower of ISrlnston, was of John Chesnut, after an Illness of I Both looR-Ilstaua. '|)houe*.. '
located In their home Jesse M. Shaw ot Alachua was In
Church (fn the city yesterday:, and broughtto several w..kl.wIth typhoid fever. S. O. Flnney ot Rocky Point was inGalnenrlll cd
mpt street, having reI the city yesterday on business connected I
The Sun two melon of such large Mr Chesnut. as soon a* be had sufficiently yesterday Mrs Finn/'
to that place' the first ot the with tax assessor's office.
their to'mo they proportion that If" required the- service recovered to travel went to Is in Nashville, Tenn.. on a,.Visit to heron
neighbor are glad Mr Shaw Is of the most
one progressive '
them back of a. drayman to mote them. We extend .. Florence, 8 Cn where he spent sometime J. I. Finney, who.!* engaged la ,w
to their 'former
farmer of that section of the
thank to this{ generous.hearted with hi* sister, Mrs. J.H0.. newspaper work In that city. ', t

county grower who I* shipping' large quau' Holme, recuperating, .ius from which Mrs 8, M. Davis and children have
Bradley, a merchant ot Alachone ,)[r. and Mr. A.t F. Dames ot Cyril titles of melon day. he was greatly benefited. Vti also'
every
gone to Lumber Bridge, T*. C.. for i
of
the most widely known among those who favored
j were Mr and Mrs B. W. Mllllcan and ..peataev.ral day. in Charl..ton a* the jiumroer, while ),fr. Davie writ '
u '
of that
sections-spent a few Gainesville wltfc a visit yesterday.
son, Edward are In the city. Mrs.Milllcan the guest of friend spend some time In Honduras.. ;
this
m. city yesterday Mr. Braden The former is a member of the firm
I and son went from their 'T. H. Bethea of Alachu?and W. Friends wish them a pleasant opting v st
that a number of building of Brlnkley & Balne, manufacturers
home near Waldo to White M. Parkinson of Jennings Lake were
der course ot erection at of lumber : J. A. and X, C. Mannln hare r. K ,
Ei now Spring ,several day ago. but Master1 In the city yesterday They were turned from Harletn, where they went';

Mrs C. C Hudson and children o(. Edward, who was unwell at the time en route to "their respective home to visit their;, another, Mrs PbarabeMannln
Pettlt of Waldo who has.been Jacksonville who hare been here for
he' went to the springs was from Arch Creek. near Miami where *;. Friend of the lady wilt .
Brcral 1 in silver mining In Mexico the 'past ten day on a visit to Mrs.J. taken with typhoid fever: and was Mr Bethea and his father;;pave been regret to Warn that she I* quit. ,IH. '

years has returned tomne. U. Douglass hare gone to Cfoorgla' brought here, where he Is 'now con engaged In growing tomatoes. Froma 'i
and expresses his inten- for the' summer. They formerly resided Miss Allle Taylor has returned to
fined in the Odd Fellows' Sanitarium.lion. twenty-flre-acre field they secureda
her home In this ,city from Due WtK { ,
remaining here permanently here. ,
prolific rtAld of fine fruit; which
John G. Dampier of Hague, C., where she has bees attendiuc. ,
vre His numerous friend T. O. Kennard of Waldo was In the chairman of the board of county commissioner brought fine price In; the market.Mr 1 I tbe Due. West Female Coll.*. .
out
the
county will be, glad to city yesterdayMr. Kennard has sold Hethea declare"* th $Kast Coast '
.
and of the most
Mils.M one enthusiastic Friend are delighted, to welcome her
his livery business in Waldo to hard roads advocates In the proper place for the raising of II
and Mrs E. S. Walker ,who Alfred King and may decide to locate fine tomatoes. | again. >t
the in the !
i county, was city yesterday
Fennell
>*n here for '; Miss Alma returned yester. ,i
the
few
past I . ... .. from Sunday*,J)<*UiJfunt I from Hawthorn where 'ha.
guests of Mr. Walker's ala -- -- -------- ----- - - day sue s
John E. Howard" of Bellamy watrading .
t. O, K, Broome. left yesterday i been visiting relative. Hli wa*

Vngton, Kf-a., where in tbe city yesterdaySolomon I called home on account of, the Illne*.
they .wille
B summer. Warren left yesterday: : for of her sister. )U.., Myrtle. Frl.od '
They were aod WrSTOn' UGLESouib [
by Mrs. Walker's mother a few days' visit to Jacksotjrllle, I of the patient trust that she will *oirecorer ,

A' Stringfellow. I D. V. Maine of, Monteocha wa k

Bienjauiln Brabham has _. 'j I ' 8;
for KdneHI Tampa, where h*. 'tI pnt *.,coup>(.. .
a few days, ,baring'1 :l' I
th. circuit FLORIDA I V K- Cellon and daughterMia of days on business. Mr. Fennel was
court for Marlon
The I against ,Murray, were In to* city from Jlagueyesterday ; greatly Impressed with' the South. ,
caad
the At- Telephone, }:o. 223. Post OMeePIAWOS
r Florida metropolis, whtah he believes
-'oast Line,, asauntpsit for box 394. I
alleged to hare occurred MU hassle Smith jot Wacahoot 1* going to be the leading; city of tbe"*'
I
result of an accident on a AND ORGANS 1* In the city, a guest .f Mr. and Mr*. Gulf at no very distant day.

the defendant' company on C, J Mixson. f Joseph 0ylreat.r ot Hague warn in

B1* was a paaiinger. AOKHT roa For pine hli>g}... rosin barrel the city Friday He trade The 0am

S. Jolly ft ' staves and headings write T. 3. Cone, I' an appreciated, eaU renewta bt.
: and daughter Mis Bates'S.
Lodden & M. H. .
>ho have been her for the Raleigh. Fla. : I'. subscript Mr. Aylr.eter has been ,
"- !it for some time ,connected with the
p or three day on 'visit The Best Known and Large Mia* LIla Fra" **'r Arredondo sprat
Botttbern Pine Lumber
Company al
H Kansas Higglnbotbani. bare u o.. In the Sooth.. yesterday lu thl city a. a truest of I '
resigned
Cltra. but hU petition,
J to thclr home. It Is stated Mr*. Thomas Roebuck I I

M Jolly. who Is the etttcitnt Chfck ring, l athushek Aver & Pons, Estey Kroll WUtmr D. BotWtt of Mlcancpy bas Friend 'of J. WIlL Cromwell will JI"

er on the Jackaonvllie and accepted1' A poelUpa a* cleric In the'| gratlOed to leant that after an

tern division of the Atlantic and a dozen other makes. tore of J U Crawford. t Illnes 'of about ten week with ty

P*. -Inoon bit 1, pboid fever he, t. enabled to Have
remove fanv
i Lake Batter to Jacksonville, ALL 4'" Kr. W. B. JHcdon and children left hie bed Mr'Cro .w.ir* ease was 'Avery
!1O PRICES. for Tallad*a Springs Ala.. ,yesterdayye
poodmao I stubborn one, and It will be votor
M for the past two or they will speed the summer time before he will have regained
one of the Valued '
employclerical ORGANS/ n.., 3, N" Thompson of Island i hi* normal health'

department 4: the' ".ESTEY AND FANEN Grove pa+Md through the city y.*t*r< John Health alias Martin, a n. ro

pbosphkt* Company. ha r day en route to High Springs, where who wa convicted: at the last term a

k Position ation to with take that effect company on the PIANO TUKIKG A SPECIAUTY.; be will conduct services today. of the court of tbe murder of >Ute .

ft ).II', Goudjnan cta' 10 'Fhooe At H* D 4ksoa. broker, fatbc at Wade, wag taken. its<< the

Bf the teal _tat4t: aa4 xp rectal Dealers in All Kinds of Musical Instrument, Sheet OaloMvUW. a...4 M* prl.., qUty State eos.let camp yter4y.he iabees,

traalnewa. sad qolek d.I.....,. Oooife sold from wife, begin a life .enbae e.. n.
He t U.f4 '
a w
popular youngpark u Music, Etc. J*.*.oavl11* sad "e West. C.a' give. prisoner was la charge oBHJ < T.. X. ::
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: MM
l tt ojoy a,ft*.:b'Mtiu.' );; 4...Utrrf' *r<*es all po(..*. *., transfer agent.J"" "",".I..i .'? : awa


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