The Gainesville sun


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The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
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H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )


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Archived Monday issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection; these issues have been reproduced within the run of the daily ed. for the years <1905-1909> when the daily was not published on Mondays.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)

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9,W~ Iilf MO TI Mn-teEA2iitGh law, -b pasted IL permit to lX W uD ACP
"dots me~~e aoMisO T YME TN carry a piol according to law. DA CP
~m~m gjgjj IR$~3W tht ths wil b That whereas, J. B. 0ofield, hay;'ANW waes ukwthIgcmle with the I&*, be granted,
edbe Orhrd F -W omtt ucam a oatn ri IF 111~ I NOMINAT
#e*f 0 t o@C 1" t That the clerk of thil Boad do
W,7 4 "O 'U1 qthe geneal opln- TW a llo S Was g Lengty send to the Go 9 to lob a co pe W .O no Keysto
atIt should bel Ouw t n o oftepoodn the ovort tt n nosn
~R e ~: fom *drawing nr~ot paig o ex- -h
iANY A010 44004 So.IM~nE MANY BILLS WERE- PAID pouse mon*r by U J. 946 AI PUTH PEIDe
H~l~t~ti~6A~Of the peace% Jusdoe, Diriet XL So modol Of' crop$peWr heSmo 100 o Go e this county, in the wae of an inquest
Crop. ~~~~~~~ over an unknown person, and that th e ttetno By eH

~Hmtu.4e.~ad 70 ooreotonTeee Governor be re4uested to remove from Nt~uh h fdamrt
'Ile S*W 5 Osaty red Frdm the Fine and Forfeiture office the sadd L. J. Knight. City o(' Whlnton Greatly Inter.
eIloon enVA Fund-Other Matteie. Itemized estimate for the fiscal Year qd 16 p1he'ews.
~mPIA~y tein 1* bar 190e7, un 4i special tat road district No. 1,
and pamlug Alachua county, Florida: Now Yodktue~ -it
thatvi. ~h Bord f ContyC~tWlS~~fr Hon. A. C. Cream, Comptroller of Senator Pbilander C. Ku~! ~~loagto -~J Tb Awn.~ ors, met this day In regular Pession. the State of N'lolram sand the Hionor- bylvaula,, b" noucdh
wo ~~qle hya tmog qa resent, Joho 0. Dumpler, chairman; able Baud of county Cominssioners wa to booms a candidate f,
~ perder t -11~ 45 !fs am~ WrO W. J. Mathe, C. C. Pedrids, F. P. of #lachuaspunty, Plorida: Pe~tYut~0 hud~
0# S SSsltU66W.. If* 'track was NUll09 and J-3. FT owusn$04. Pusun to Chapte 5239 of the AM mty1 la. fit to nioniiiat 11.
6t o41.-Wa wide 'Tbs es to The: meeting being called 19. order Act. of the Legislature of Florida SetrKospliu na
irl1Vrbil*WiS~t t $W,000. HOW1 the minutes of bWs meeting were ao- for 1903, we. the undersigned road knw 0" 90 his~ aq(1.1
fell in f*9wAgant~es, that It covered proved without reading. trustees of Special'Road Taa' Dlistrict of the the Rep'ib.':,:s
$WW~ 'ti~ hO onveatilcii atI Harrisbur i
the grqs to,# depth of severaIl The follwing bills were audited, No. 1. AlIachua county, Florida, which gos, .,. a. egoaiat ,
A. I' I found correct and o~ered paid: said district is territorial coextenslve Ie
h.Crops of' oolton and con -and gar- tis
'#~SaamPotb des wefte ,oal dete naot, S. H. Wienges, auditor, $40; Vt. is. with Eletion District No. .10, said SenatoT Knox, who its Lto;?*,.: t t~
#1Vg 4Gite d i.1t!niToeygadatjl.$5'mbales county and Stat, submit herewith OUT Waidort-Astoria, learned t: ;s ea.
-' attemjit ~Sherman, Janitor'~ $30; Southern Bell Ieid spt.frteisayar crement; by the IHari~- ~l
.0 an stempt Capitak Stoek Must Be $100,000. Telephone Company, service, $7 107: tion, through the press~ cts
,Atlaxat*. Jruae 11.--No life insurance East, Florida, Telephone Companyfoeyneesay o Having read thes, inci:. .. ab
Ie~Ofh~ w~G~ma 4"S eagage in business in service, $2; Mrs. Ida Etreepr, cu are bnegn ofr oycsmari ogal $800 atac of the tltur a I" of bi ol Georgia -*Iti a capital stook of I a fCharlie Wise, $20; S.- H. Moo",i fmoe eesayfo rd sid to ai representative Ulf Lie Ado.
.W544s, w tll h than 81009, 00 according to a decision Incildestalls, $17.05; 1) E. Wieups, I. in, hard roads, $"4); rate of milla* elated Press16, woblev ernor10 residered ?4Iffud' yAtre el dlctnient fuViished under Section fe iclya 07 iemls u- ridel eub ) .g
#ilip (~Qd~r aiie oral. Jobs IQ; Hart, 1pa response to a 291h1;G~evle.a n ld er of miles Gainesville, and Gulf, honor done me 'by my fe :ow r~e b.
Puquest "ts 9eez~tAry Of Otate Philip 200$;Gansil a'ndEe atlas ap n akovlerira, iaso esyvna
Casss 042.U .ook. 1UP~dr section Sol o ath e. vj trio Power ICompany, $5.16; John C. 7. ma n Jacsofmile rfAaiad "eans thei cnyvenina 1:
Psu ,G il5*i odo in ife insurance companies are Meoeew, supervisor registration, mies; Lnueralod of. miles; Alntic delegteel ddir enty 51
eandto a ple I kidso $1.7hO." od&C. eiierqurdt aeapi ncptloer of miles of Western Union Tele.' pie, they ban~ Increased ir mas7
ons at 3" 1~ WI001 reu, e t9r paor aa $ad0 aia o 1.~.30 o Hor HC., meiieCatUeralodr15tle.yu.dlgtsclae iety
A,$100,000 Invested In good -scurities pulbrn frepor of ta H.lctr $2 grp o,1. ie.obligatIono to then by coupin wnk
~~il~~er ."sealslp all oh uulpbihn eor ftxcletr 2 rp o,1. ~e. government Iot Mutual H. L MONTGOMERY, the = -dt'eaui fthe adtImou
Orhad onesed sulid 0o-operative companies aro, of J recec~ f orfr,$0. D. MERRY, Tdr ceeithe suggpil~
crme Of amen- Wa" excepted. ~r .B rwcmay n,$.0 A. B. CHIT TY, of my~ name a his successor.
s% tand wife inOn Iir Hardware Company, sundries Commiittee. Int ofv the chiefun masrce o!t
biIeiing to .rts 9.lin~ 11P. Convenes at Jamestown. for road, $41.88; sundries aind, foad dint haf tbso profn maiac! aend
Ihupsoa. the wife of acUorie 0.4o June a.--4%0 Su- work,*~.9 .C vnsnre Intizat". kao~t~ of its Waori ad
~ndoom'l~ngbiamybyprolme assembly of the untiorm rankt, for poor faim, '19.75; H. 0. 'Mason. WALDO It PROSPEROUS. rposbtisto'veouNtt
Third woman at Cripple Knights of Pythisa, convened In an examination of ltuatic Meray, 417 endorsement. If, however, the wishN
nual session at JaMestown exposition Pepper Publishing Company, marriage Is Now Being Lighted With Acetelyne of Pennsylvanla Republicans fi! ll hthe shgcklng details of on 1Thursday. Two ainendraentil were license book for county judge, $5.75;. Gas, Which the People- Enjby. reasons they assign for tl:e; r aI~mu
010s, toles o sere bob-offered at the opening session, one L. W. Fennell. guard hire, horse hire The good people of the town of Wal- should commend themselv'f,, ', lds dtories of smcre bumb- changing the style of the uniform, and service rendered at spring term, do believe In prosperity, and will no tional Republican conv'en:1ln, I VOU1I te-off shotguns and Infernal brInlg It nearer to'the standard of circuit court, $327.45: W. W. Colion. longer have to experience the- babit accOpt its alaion with full ,
weapons, the witness thU1nited States army, and another compiling agricultural statistics, ot falling over blocks, goods "boxes. tion of Its Import."
,sin the name quiet, off-h-and providing fot a revision with radical $185.90; W. W. Colson. commissions etc.. on their way home from a friend, Senator Knox added, tmla:
tha mrkd isdeeaoronchanges in drill regulations. These on taxes, $3.05;'W. R. Thomas, haul- or from a night's shopping. haenothing further to -,.t)~
thtmreyi eenro were referred to proper committees. lug, $3; J. W. Brown, plumbing, etc., Recently. an 0acetelyne gas plazit concerning his candidate. AcoflU
~ o dropped to a lower key Both amendments ae favored and at court house, $30.90. has been Installed, including a plant panted by Mrs. Knox, lie lta* bleE
*$lt soy f h lngh npihabl" will vtAs at this sson. ree-htudradb ite nteWloHue fwihW vbsiting friends here.



riiq Oftl9 wu the Jiackslvill TIUDIV "y: i rozngi of all"'
111 ~ P "State Suo.r tmtum4tW. 100u 1 Segsa te w-bt of 8a1~1t11 thet~ic bet
*Ay th bwt~ as Q safety by Iqk* 49 rubust lat,
kill~S wayza am ibe sbamo 0 thO~ ~ ~~~~!a who"rou dsssettiO 5* a, elytoilUiOsat brain prmaW QFS Mystsm Isvi itt "1t th b0s o eiclt

tw p itbf the
.zmlhu i~tlo. d dr f dte ystem- jofthea at 006m01. med oical dise

C.ic bi. Itoa is~t of V&ie smea* ge~etficnd ItY a~itmY~teel~g

trouble Itdara n the ir original vle, tncadbod p1 ,,e
~ ~l~* ~ I~cl minera In aty.for l *ef entizo, from the'e g
-0c~ecmay ea onI~det ,&8 ts luern~eto the sytni no hie d-r
$1w; on tvr ae~Mat.tedptc h xrs aa les dshel y umteugttes7 0ar c h oes no Wa
gulh'ths prwlolailoay hoced th form ge m e. mtim Caazh 6natUce, ieae
i. j, ~~ Sot, uprntokt e heof publi nsea prl ga tiera cie~tots w it alhg gand s 5se~ t'ef the iig, vt.f ~rai.#.Ot, nd hw tofao fxtact anador county, W~ong heb rnd bark I.aPtier1 d CO, AtLAT*
CI Oa~ i yn am, WoidMr. ollwan theater them htd
notl cote *4b
which. he hase ae~vd MrW Af BSTRACT & RLTY COMt PANS
my ofioa notiered tin auaoity ofw .ei [Zwapoadetiyfomths
ofgst o'tmk the ~prss company, ndefort arwn Eet 8, & .is111 Yrlet iiectal 1Aat Ovqry cap tM 0enig e t1qnm bein 4@adet te expes up.~shat a4ssot-t eeyps t ebd.Ss s
~~~m 010P apr "h~in te ez e r.Hlo y Biled rof i l and ull iafrboomtroule byi teig theuse an~r
her~~~~ ~r G~ h '~ws nomdta edor of eon Oudaae a 10 a hseutt n e su,
n Toa"p tothe c o s lnseets ofato ithohlt -iv soi a ithln til.
*~U Att~l APIO ISl CLEVER. Paminatn etons opb inro of igth i
waer ns 1=4WARSHw etATANA
~~d CololoeghW",i Beie onford c2 ot.y fir tore.'I V~ iF
an doH- lut n aifi wasMinHollned toha~t the

q~~Wral ~V anersc.seN4pIeWhhsStethto shi wasc the fac t d offr. to SeTin ELrrV Cl 'JT I
r,~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~0 .in hps asa n.T jo sdmn gtacp fteqetos pn ~ ~ -~~ i" 1 XO I

~~~~~ WA1 P ieto a e overy ofa rl ot fxrom e cotae sua tndenfo t's re
Amwrste so tbq 133ee*ao Sw*the t ofI e mid btaed the Holoway rbt"Oidsea"'sl inf~neralM r Srigs r
i ra w beans an dft X.,t allge to ws conctd fro mta a negrowmn ho cetto of out.Orisaebslvdithsour r)yae
thi negrogil doctorm wih$10til&
eas 1. ) Wrnr En.I ch th owner of the0- neklce a foI R the wiuth o 2 a rmse t pay hMr
ae*d' thi payc was Incine to theb othcee lg
60", O~al~ 5 eggantudB m eissed. Du ing th eva rtett an sae uts Ineryfort '-t ob- .01ET UULR N NP,1IA .0m b gpac orhad, with ofeorn@ 1 cas Wreh empl oe n.ou tat evidence threat l fie d to p-0A
D.*hou.~,engge into on someon e~ to le o the questions. upon
#"ofan ndWUP ppes frnre Aefsve aef atr workdes uponh t cae
U enra ecat asa ro aa nentfeTetetof te qston w ill prud o be "
andLt ship per;0 t D. an rd ay he lapp sed ucs.i hs ebtmcp of the prsece byestiMr l o n's set
100 ares f osnlo irtof th q ate eoero aested tfro mu the Sem eintondfortal

wit 1. oioagh Joh 0th otn o the number. G~oh nhgroes iaiLeonisunty, andoco may pos-d in rISpi
ms 1P.lg has W0ares, a- denicd toutly ny olg of the necbace caustem wthe entroie toaynim an W,9T)Oowll is0-not avissting 'nkla, or itvwergeful over adthena wtaen toe begron t.h
batthi isac aerat n W to he ofwaplcdi h cIyjinfe gtprsn.t ipsibet a
g~veprov o N e York, 11 Ond whihtdida th euieklong fo s hi Mehr Heloa aitb n the q esoWton of Phiadelpha, an hpan to cose rn toer aral qarnteo iiloca oe uigenveral ery poie. isat amount orts andh oee toed plae were tempely arnu auin abene takenllfi toepreventp

P80t0=e1ims M rchoant. rh aln anyo qutoc otfeTetetions theingeston. The roa
agnrlbrand shipper otdhe apns is eo tht he a sen gu ly prntn o he s oe at. a 4lfferto
1a00ts ace of Meas has of the qthet ofh necklae, arrte that w p oin t a he ea a is f oeret all wi tht of in, ulity Jh wash awae ifthd nbe s ton goe an Leon~rE dftntyil andNU may pox..I
0 *Itn, Nals cant'apeh msiw nel of hits omp aos ake overthe Sta CH DOSNG beeo~rl~. thrownaao out.~d'o ~st idpesr. ~~ and toaos.Hnry .. a&e tHe necklaced an conea cit. 1,atrA rsn tt mosbet a acres t of fNw watrkadwih tddnleur ons fore thipoprt wasrcvee he be styicialn beoef th at ues-uaai ~a;truz r~n ~ m. awn ak o,~an teih to ell f.o. bnd Gans therenbeing no evecto pasaro tha the lesscalcn orgneallow her reo- n e unI'.ieatblaadtw ae ~.wt~~~teu be*amu nd orther vego-s tlo the wae whereo thetehelr wa catteon weal been~te taken totbe prevent~-O@.DW~ ron Iel
"Ow theser Grns Mr.~ase Mcowl hidden. anyg quesion boing anden The ,hrm.~
4~ geeal bu 'acr s hof iroth nsis ts Marhal h rws action p oint try tom curoe at ar oif te at Sbn s~e f 's ak ~aySoh ae ta ldehippig. L E oth has ino the tte ot nekacbout th t o in ead h y er osin e p sto ch; t" airn w ens ota n bn;jm p commo-sens nore ofln ft*r quality he was'ka awar itbo~ had Ueee stolun, warsaN
61pa alhso w shi oppig he sie eoe. iscopaln nfterH4MU STM C StINC. emLt TSN Ihm KRates: SPd'. awuk eINi rs ,% FLORIO- .iL
iod tomo ery .Bie h Breathee ayned andea its meiato wo furis te r own s Wow abao bea sows ad foresta Pler a ree. u r~?b
ThessqSafelo beaes phscin WayUsN Aha dam.NER willl gon rightO toub the %pin where &uhe k fatpr.evtu
sa" ofer shipe adger~l Aftater germ career wasen andveed free gwa 16

1.Athe oio onyatorte pnctdcss, thatii h e vswalw aolthe



Nmemmttp ~ Eniner M cxpeced
to cuftWith City Cmite
CHARED WTH ~At 2,~ IrAW11011 seem to bet14ofIt n ucionsae SEVERAL LOCATIONS SELECTED

~ The Commtftee from the Board of
Was Arrested at -Stop the auction
ofte nOIC~ farTrod* VtConfer WihEngineers,
t~fl S~fl~ Jtl kpt Vior.and Thomtoi Little Doubt but That ASup r
of~mu~~ the~t AMCek falnoat Desirable Location Will be Selected. A~i. Dl oraoL.d MUre.Lme~
5'a' the ~ rt W foi~ abef:tise maVs The cotAmIittee recently appointed Frosted Fet Burms, "dee.
John W. Jolly, frauItote a g la n lce;mks by ilkie Board of Trade to confer with mAlN, AINdrISEPs out stpiriabL1 nomll
Atlnic~Coast Linie at *wsbuft~wh~ die scalp healthy. -Then you the engineers oft the various railroads PEli ndETrAes t Poe..loestePbu 1 '
V" arrested On ANII~ or must haveL h*althy helr, for entering the city has written the rail. promotes a free circulatlo of the Blood. giving theU
e~age alleging emulit t Itys *su sWS roads requeting them to send their natural elasticity,
reigned beo, JUg ,II ilE0, Teb" 'i engineers to GaInesville to !Deet the. -ki Pb? IBIMN ON %AM
yvrsand It o 10W9 ~ ~ o s i b omttee not laterta un 3 ONCE I R ALWAYS V155
from Tavres, the 000nty 0"a 6f LAke Vie k& This means that in the matter of
colmty, Will prove of totetest to .read., th alod n ttonteewl
Mr of The SUU: be3~AUL "somethinj~fg doing" right away, and O R B S ITG R E M TS
John W. Joly, ~ ~ l = V PUIUAL that the proposed union station will "rs bee A.t~mO rig Iusyf
tutdaetfrtllTein. writes: 601 v be ryn ~e~he
trusted agent fo tb* A~S1~t~9 ~be erected during the regular course Hot Srns r fo cal heiel. u
wasaestelROd ti WI1 M _____________ of. time. ~tmote relief 0aBallard's Snt Amoset
ON rrse ~~D. HAY AGAIN~ HONORED. It will be remembered that several thman edils w anthinI baveever trhmd
Murrhee, who brought itp.;laoMer days ago therg was a joint meeting fin ; Sepe6de w 10 Bda
boe for a prolirlIMdTY. aI-h
before Judge J. B. Milan.~ Decree of Doator..of Divinity Confer- of the board of trade, the citizens of "Q=g botl by 1593W S~hr 1,00ss,
wasmad a th ~o rd -. Im red by Davidson' College. Gainesville and the representatives of _9SRE1t .
im SretyCOMPnY 4$&* tork Rev. -Thos. P. Hay, pastor of the the various railroads in the city, at4
whc i n h on f oyfrFirst -Presbyterian church, usa which tim~e It was decided to appoint B aIIA Suna o u Co .
whom two wrrM~tg VwtW agails been honored, this time by rad cmmien to rnfer it the rai.ue-w n .5. U
of which charges him wlth'hAvtn9,e* Davidson Coliege, Davi4vou, N. C.ra.e nreeec oth osrc
bezzled $2,148 and t6-0e 1 oerwarrant whic* Institution has e6nferred upo tion of the dept.A is for the alleged forgery of WSWh r, him the honorary degree of Doctor Hoptn c o to cnsits n of B. pop
cepspurporting to reprs~t that of Divinity.Ha tbwoI chiaB.J
number of money Pack&&&s Owe- It will be reanelbbered that Dr. Hay Toa,3 .JriW .Tyo L t~
gating $1,317, which JollY claied .to enjoyed a siila honor a few days aill eet E. aiload Toegnee n and have forwarded by the Southern Ni. ago from Rollins College, Winter wileth the ailoa n eti e evriou and -- ---
press Company for deposit with the Park, v~here he delivered the comn- wic hvebe elceda .Lm O Y ,
East Florida Savings and Trust Corn- menceonett address. dsrbe loch aons.eThe lectiona Emsiished 28
pany. in Palatka. The shdrtage was Undef date of JUIL 3, Dr. Henry wilpoal b'aeo*hi ii.t
discovered by G. W. Watkins, the Louis Smith, presideuf of Davidson will proabnvle mad on in vI ps eit.le traveling auditor, who says that when IC01lege, write. Dr. Hay as follows: TatGievlendsauina.Wehdi e
he confronted Jolly with these re- "I 'drop a line to convey B f egrsainteei odut h estM a h n
eelptA be broke down and confessed ficlal Information that the faculty Of engineers will probably agree, and and number our customers $
that he had forged the names of the Davidson College at the recent corn- there Is little doubt but that we will -~TO~AD.OrilsI
express messenger in the hope of de. mencement, with the consent and ap- gtwawendinafwm th. amounted to Nearky fialt a Milion Dollars. Writr for sateloiluts-0,11
ceiilg the auditor and thus cover proval of the board of trustee. con- save vu money. We have no somees in o lanvile la.
up his shortage. The defendant. was ferred~upon iou the honorary -degree TO ATECEK our Immediate or fltre~i me s be supplied bli as. Address
arraigned before Judge 1111am and of Doctor of Diviuit'r. -. ~ ~ -~ Il1 A ~ "
was held In default of bail in the sjum "Please accept my sincere Aogau Per M.B ColonWil ntr anta- '.
of $3 000, to await the 1WtIon of the lations and assurance of my. great lum In Effort to Regain Health. 41 South Forsyth Street. A'r[ANTA, .
grand Jury at the Ocltober term of pleasure in transmitting to you this Mr. and Mi'.. Perry 9. Colson and -- ---- --- ---the circuit court" -Information." -Dr. and Mrs. J. F. McKinstry, Jr., oze SARXx-NES PRYX
Wr. Hay's frIends throurhout the pet to make their departure today for ~ 1.8NES ER
DEAH ~ MR. RCE. State will congratulate him upon Piis Battle Creek, Mich.
I great honor, coining from one of the Mr. Colson has been In ill health 0I) N o Sanders & C o
Well Kqown 1419h #Outt Lady leading colleges of thotSouth. for (some. time, and goes to Battle
Pawd Aay ~ Mn He wn octr. Creek FAlsutarium with the hope that -DALERAS IN
HhSPris Jwyunenly. Every Ma i w oo. the chbange will prove beneficial to
Hig Srigs Jne$,-Ms.Ena- The average man cannot afford to him, which to the sincere wish of his G enei@ ral M oZ rchalli ns
beth Rice, aged eighttre years, epoaphscnfrevyslgtnumerous friends throughout the Udied at the residence of ber son, J. G. emlyapysca o veysihARIDWARE, STOVE4, FARMERS' IMPLEVEN'1TS, VVUR3IMp
Ric( at High Springs, after one day's ailment or Injury that may occur In
1,11ness, June 2nd at 4:05 p. m. his family, nqr can he afford to ne- The party will be Joined en route New tore, Now. Goods. Complete line of Ladies' S~prieg Dreaw Qoods, Dece'ased wasa a member of th lect them, as so slight an injury as by C. W. Chase, who wat; compelled Faney Orneeriet. Carload of Furniture aos% bola opened-al ait e
Xftbodkt church from childhood, and the scratch of a pin has been known to -leave a couple of days In advance tot Possible P~rices. Lergest Simik of Go Ever Carreis~
a Christian woman, doing good to all to cause the loss of a limb. Hence in order to attend to some businessWetr lbs
with whom she came In c~otact every man must, from necessity, be Matters. Colson Block Trenton, Alachua u "
Sh~ ismournd by to ~ ~ his own doctor for this class of all- iNiETO ACRM.and G. Rice, and two daughters, Mrs. ments. Success often depends upon U.M axu rsdn .X ALS
M. A. Gould of Jacksonville, and Mrs. prompt treatment which can only be It Is a positive crime to continue Ono. Nya. suProdas Las 5,N TA.01111
Charles Camro ofCoubi had when suitable medicines are kept suffering with the ills of Indigesoon,

W iod et of ferni
&tft1111) twMw d~y~ ? Well, It can dofte.1 MMMno o should not

e wetow li W omen enaos
ly oa X usl biby ifure mf e h sie Orl
ihs t oon a

td dy lght whleh

Dunlap Phianey, a wel owa T.AQHERS' EXAMINATION. 11 811 B ARE Ipleted an extension of the Newberry.Y
,t of that. seedion, his life, -H R UAJ)road as far west as Hogto n creek,
o' hadasg been sho sa Imy Coed Prfday, After Being in aONDTndM are b parin to baitfrhr
m A Afi* 4 session 6 four day, be- *U
ghlattt Tuesday, the annual examli- ____was in charge of this stretch of road,
~u~Ph ben t1Ml bWWs natlett'of applicants for teachers in 1Xoeli684 Prgr8 I8 iDMd sustained a broken leg by a runa-I..
aa4 ,the Lowalaas for AlaA 8 opnty s c a way a few months ago, from which
e f ltea i e sIn Extending the System. he has not yet recovered, for tis
at tI oa. ew to TM Home Trc n u0calamity had a tendency for a time
illhtu'~ d oucoeand'tleproa se isconducDr. THE EAST END- ROAD to check the progress of road-building.
J.1alght wasytherntatome Overseer Waits has a geod force of
J. 1+$4lly, cwatysupeintedent

sister by on. R. B. Weeks of it is Being Constructed Under Direc men at work on the GaiNesvillePraide ntaseof thebshoing H r h anCreek road, and s making fine progoyseeM of the lafosl bard, cSas ha of ths tion of Overeer Waits, and Will be ress on this thoroughfare. the last
bity, s Prial Sell of One of the Best Pieces of Road report gives about mile and threeAity* 1k sr*esi Of forWaldo. be

Thene ee torteen whtte applTe Bulding in the County. fourths added to the extension, which
iT O MRS. ROLP cants, on l two of wom were males. The Work of building roads con- means that the people of the East l
4 The isfs, of colored teachers tak* tinuesin Alach s county andit Int End will have a much btter roadway
SWell Known Ga)msith il Ing mrenswston was twenty- be man yers it the rsn us to Gainesville for a distance of six or
MAway in Iowa* .three. / Iasm and support continues, before eight miles.
uinowlag 1is taken fro The The liklers hre now in the hands Alachus will contain as many miles
tropo11s ot the kth'Inst., and of the grading committee, and it will of road and constructed under as sub. NOTICE.t
< 0 latetet to readers of be seral days before the report stantial .conditions, as can be toond Take entice that I will, on the first
P. H. L Rond a eewill be made. I the State The people are beco- Thursday of Juy, or as soon there, are
.M.ros oo a. sote. Applesta for position of teacher ing educated to good roads, and are after as I may be heard, apply to the
so orea Prof. Rolfs, who is in Alaechtle county must pass a very demanding them, as is evidenced by pardoning board of Florida for a pareanetag the deatir of his rigid examination, which accounts for the voice of the people, who are vot- don for geve Timmons, who was cone.& Itary Rotts, at her home the fact tt this county enjoys the ng for special road districts every evicted of murder in the second de.
'#gtep, Mf 1.f was at his reputation of producing the most year. gree at the fall term of the Circuit I'Op-N ta e
side when the last competent lstructors in the State. The Board of County Commission- Cont for Alachua county. Anyone
Welld ia his mother's life, ers who are all good roads a. a 4eiring may then be heard on the
.stope4 thee on eI return Dobbin-Manning* I vocates and believe in a perfect sys. merits of the application. Dated this
lMobigan, where he had bgen Married if6 East Gainesville, Sat- temn of roads, have been working in June 3rd, 1907.
Sas meeting of agricultural urday Ipoing, Arthur E. Dobbins this direction for the past three o W.ILLIAM C. HODGES, See hem at
m ad Miss Nancy E. Manning, Rev, four years, with the result that the Attorney for Petitioner.
Rolfe Is director of the ex- Thou. P. Hay of the First Presbyter- coty is now making fine progress. ,
atal station at the University, an church officiating, and a road "gang" s being kept busy Have your stationery p ted at The B dIs(
sry popshr here., His frieads These youn people are well known constructing rTads in every direction Sun office. F oirst-class Work promptly AIIe-,LIU VIs
symathise with him in this in this city, and their numerous from Gainesville. delivered at reasonable prices is our .
friend extend congratulations. f The road team has recently coinm motto. Tim8o1s w


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OPPORTUNITIES More NWe Goods On the Way Will Add New Interest To This Great Sale BARGAINS

We Buy in Quantities and Must Sell in Quantities
The G. W. Hyde Company handle more Dry Goods than any store in Central Florida! Why? Because our being able to bth is
goods fron ftrst hands saves the iddle-man's profits, and we ca sll you goods t about wha the average merchant pays for h .
We Save EYou the Middle-Man's Profits in This Sale
This Sale will continue 10 Days from Monday, June 10th, and we will spring some sensatonal values in theot time We are showing t
mendous assortments in all lines. We urge you th reme to this store duringg the Continuation Sale.

Save Money Here More Sensational selling of Save Money Here

30 yrd Tc ulnbleached Thsesa fr... $1 ar wnll E nOw1 c onIe rait O O D S Lh e

m-inch irealos worth 15 .. Think f bthuyig $cy andnd $5.r nu eirts for vlhit. dale Silk worth re..a.........
O. Dress Otiglinuo, Fast eolors............ed Thiak of buying 8 60 and $760 value kr for 'c China sil all Colors......... .
eat 160 Dres Ginghams.................10 yd Think of buying $8.60 and $10.00 value Skirts for $&.Ss 34-inch Guaranteed Taffeta worth $1.50..
Good Aproni (ilasham~s worth T7............Sc yd Think of boying $2.00 ialue "hirt-Waies for 9Se 36-inch Guaranteed Taffeta worth $2.00.
.80 pieces Pigured Lawi~nt, worth 7%e to 10c.. tic yd Thtink of buying $3.00 value Sh r*\Vlsts for $1.48 64-inch Table Damask worth Gk.....
Thak of buying $&& value ShirtWaiste for 1.98
topieces lue IAALaws fud attes, worth 17' 1hlakof nice Wash Skirts worth $1.75 andI $2.00 for ..g~g^ic lahdLa ot 2...
t totA..............................10cyd Thtak of UnfonLimo. Wash Skirts for........' *1.$ g.p g ~,gg Good Towels worth 70................
.hgpleces Pine India 1.lnon, worth IQp.......*8Sce Thtakofnaoe Laoe-timmed Corset Covers wort'-l)c eGood Towels worthy 10............-...#**iees Pine India Linon. worth 15e........ 10e This le the way we are~ selling theeods during this Sale. Many others 'Oood Towels worth 13%e.............plees Fine Persian Lawn, worth 15e........ 100 as good not quoted. 0c -Lace Hos. Black or White.......
jpipeees thine Persian Lakwn, worth SII.... 19e I e wim usa a.e*..m......
places 46-inch White Lawn worth 10e.... 8Yards100 25eBlackle oeh
plqe0s4ck Whte Lawn worth 1e.....18%c 9 lt **4*******
ae, prlet, ll e Colors..........1e Fane *Valeaeleae and Round ........
..T1T Le** worth ep to 100 yard, WWgata an '''****
abata TYsgoI......................... 468 APEIALeAT taebn wie *********** .

4~t '.'i8Eleotdfor themn -1111 q I'Oak DemaoaeL) .Stry, but for various reasons, he has The Dutton Bank. successor $sh centuy in history has
aheatti th agao Jour. beu unable to do so. There is an- Dutton & Co. institution, has at least one master cri
Q noethoverno other opening In life for him, If it is. for a patent to Governor Bro Atlanta Constitution, wheseo
rho .tly has no very his purpose to unselfishly devote him- notification of which was public do ailtad out wth a revolting olotot. te 'lorida press self to the task of redeeming men yesterday. nes gives him. Immea"sgeg
asenanImously from the }wer this -in life--he may Dutton & Co. has for inany distit Mw ,other men or
g W oede t re Christian labor leader. been reogniqed, by the bu s ho hae tatuly stepped ou
t wio I ut ", Is eed for such. True, there world, as a strong, rellable ag the pale at M i and divine law.
ar $4anypen la the labor movement Institution. The fact of the Taking the v'trom his Vf
g rcCREAILY, $4d ho a Christian men-men who ment of its officers front atve si lips as guidance, ikely that I
t p acies. have the spirit of Christ-and that ness caused an expression of t ry Orchard, ohiel for
mTas or5 U0 With~at bog In the least tulom, must be the fnal 'test 6f any man's from its many hundreds of well s. prosecution in the Hayw
'fbi Twarice.s-ga. a Rss;ear X Theiur~e; of anday, mak the OC4stianity-bpt there should be fled clients. To perpetuate its I- trial. wUl be written 0o the tIs,50e.; singleeople6,0.t Gvegte the subject 'of a leadintag a- many nore who would be willing to Ing business methods, and its int I. glaring criminal prod the *m;
AD3aRIMAass tid!e. i'viettla his career during the 1ae the labor movement their life ty, the good-will and real property of tury in which we are 0 lhg.
advereement, ee line past three years and conclhding that work, with the same motive that the institution has been plurched By whatever means 4 tY
re t ad 10e m R .. t ie -"e i t marM a~ ta prompts the true minister of the gos- by a new corporation, which ha ap- dence was secured, w m
%he first and 10 0011 1for k~t diraloa
insertion. the State today." It is a capital tribute psl. Some day this vocation will at- plied for letters patent a. stated nlty has been promised iD1pld ayed months i s fr om a friendly source, and with much tract tho lcest men in the labor above, relevant to the Isuae. The
furnished upon a lpI o ort even Governor Broward's enemies world. Thel will they cease making The new association will undotst- own accuser. He has written'
arrie and Death will agree. it a steppingt-tone from the ranks of edly at once earn for itself the same Indictment. Calm of manatw.
biuaries ,8eais Our chief exeative Is beyond ques- labor. Rarely Isthere a man of the note, for conservatism and quality, of nerve. no muscle of bl
ti a man of a character and so-called upper classes who could en- as was accorded the older institution, Ing as he unreels his
OaO, Lss ld U mentality, something 'tof a Roosevelt ter into such work with all the neces- for its board of officers is made u of tal, he supplies each sgl
Sun and the T Wk In his way, and with convictions so ary qualifications. When this takes the names of our most distingulied the elements demanded by tha
.Y.) World on* .....$1 intense that bb tails into the error place, labor will have champions who citizens. as well as men strongly master of criminology, in the
SWeekly ontitUt r.. 1 o sometimes impugning motives as will be able to meet any opponent. Identifit d with the progress and wel- tying outline he has drawn of
eun sad the A t ) nest as his own and holding a well The dawning of the day is not far fare of our municipal life and cvic ideal murder.
Semi.Weel Jroe. as I Intained difference of opinion on distant. advnceruent-mon who have, hy their Human life seems to have a
SBun and the uiW blic Issues as the crime of lese -..- -- conservative business acumon, ad- nothing to this man. The abrupt
Times*Union one ar... J~esty itself. MAY BE EXTRA SESSION. vanced Gainesville values to a point Ilg of one manl's existence, or
N e wil no, seo .ieAoverunor Broward has no reason which has brought our city into the snuffing outoffourteenlivs,appsa -=
do will t swe t"r than his predecessors general- The following is from The Pensaco- strong light of public notice as a de- him, apparently, as possessing a
ly and other Governors throughout the la Journal of June 5th: sirable location for investment. Now ingredients of the commonplace.
Bob Holly is making The Orlando Union for disliking the press and mak. "Hon. R. Pope Reese, Representative that they have formed themselVes lust of blood appears to have ly Reporter-Star VIU than ng it a theme for his contemptuous from Escambia county to the Legis- into an association, their splendid prollfe in brellang and nla
r. Good luck to you Bob. disparagement. He has been criticised lature, has returned from Tallahassee, energy will be at once felt by a re- itself, and reproducing its
freely but fairly, as a rule, In his where he has been for the past sixty doubled activity along those Dies spawn in endles quantities.. Qurry-If the city annot furnish public capacity, and,this IS Inevitable days attending the sessions of that making to a greater Gaine'sville, for ghost of his victims do not rise ter on the second story for bath in the case of every man in high body. the effort will be of association rather confront him, as, with the n-r on the second story for #%ina, in the case of every rman In hg oy
poses, how Is it to supply water administrative station. In fact, he "Speaking to a Journal representa- than of individual as heretofore, of an after-dinner speaker. he
sewerage purpo has ben fortunate beyond many of tive yesterday afternoon, Mr. Reese The success of the bank i at once together the red and brutal 'story
sewerage purposeshis contemporaries, for in his case the stated that the commission to investi- assured, for the faith of the people, sickens even the morbid listenIng
The Tampa Chamber of Com- storm of criticism that has beat upon gate the acts of the trustees of the which primarily Is responsible for the dience. erce favors holding the State fair the Governor has always spared the Internal Improvement fund, will con- upbuildlng of such an institution, will One reads with amasement ats February, instead of November, as rman and left his personal integrity vene lor its first session in Talla- give liberal support to such a coterie chapters come, unhesitating, from February, Instead of November, as
tofore. The Sun believes the s- and patriotic desire to promote the hassee on June 18. ofr honorable gentlemen and men of imperturbable man it the witfa1
retefore. The Sun believes the silgtn welfare of Florida unassailed. "The commission is composed of business. chair, and is moved to ak-ha e
ton a good one- The most useful function of the Syd L. Carter, as chairman, and Park The influence of a corporation of anything in common with human tarn
Senator Knox of Pennsylvania is press, outside its work as a news pur. Trammell, secretary. The other mem- the character is tremendous, and ture? Human nature, with all t s e latest candidate for the Republi- veyor, is not to praise and coddle, but bers, composed of both Senators and from the life-long example of each saddening frailties, presents at tIeqg~ nomination for President, having to use its argus eyes and its trained Representatives, are George H. Mat- individual member, going to make up itl redeeming and softening qualitij"
n unanimously endorsed by the intelligence t find the faults and thews, M. O. Knight, R. P. Reese, the ensemble of the board of directors Not so with Orchard. If the dn e nnsylvania convention, flaws and weakness in mundane Senator Leggett and Senator Fred and officers of the new con(-erR, It is possessed the capacity of emotion,
___________ things, including Governors and Cone. safe to say the influence of this par. appears to have been stricken fr
Tampa continues to grow in terri. their policies, with a view to "Mr. Reese stated yesterday after- ticular corporation will be for all that his soul. One looks in vain for y as well as in population. The Their correction. 'And if there noon that it is his opinion that two Is good, conservative and advancing touch which shall mark him as a" .slature added Fort Brooke to the were no newspapers to perform or three months will be consumed in to the interests of our city. with flesh and blood, and is temp t igar City" a few weeks ago, and this thankless task for the great the investigations into the acts of the The Hon. VW. R. Thomas. Messrs. to speculate if, like Stevenson's rq,, ow the city council is annexing all body of the people it is as sure as trustees.'as the investigation is to be C.W.Chase, H. F. Dutton, J. G. Nichols. pulslve creation. Hyde, he dow '
other territory in sight. sunrise that things would soon get very thorough and will cover trans- (. K. llroome, 8. J. Thomas, J. A. stand unique among his followa
--I-- --- n a very bad way in this country; actions as far back as 1855, Thin Maultsby. J. If. Padgett. W. W. HIamp. eil-evil., all unmitigated and
Governor Broward has suspended honest representative government work will be continued at Tallahassee ton, W. i. Taylor. J. IH. Vidal, Iji. E. blended. m office Judge S. T. Shaylor, judge would go to the dogs, and put- of the until it is comp)t.l Benson and P. H. BaketrAre the It the revelations had been
the criminal court of record of s.ceeding chaos would sooner or "It is t genpal elitf, Mr. Reese share-holders of the cplial stock. trom him by the pincers of the i val county, giving him until June later rla t despottem of a one-man says, that whe'jh ~ tuIlon com- With the names of such judiqious busl- or under the pitiless cross. tb to answer the charges preferred. power, Wait free press, honest in pletes its invpyta apt presents ness men behind it, the new Dutton tion which sometimes undermines e frequent adJournments of court purpose, and Zless, even though its report to the ornor, the latter Bank deserves the confidt-ence and lib. endurance of the most callous aid to be the cause of the Gov- often wrong In criticism, is now the will call a special session of the Legis- eral support of the public, of the law, it would be different, ore nation. chief agent in making a practical im- lature, though he has not as yet sig- But the man, eenmingly wli
_____possibility. unified such an intention." The Live Oak Democrat refers to the coercion, with little coaching, of
Like, the Chinaman, alligators are We don't know what the people of "passing" of the recent Legislature an own volition, unwinds a chronicle
r) fnd of rats. The two saurians Florida are going to do with this big. According to Alberts Vogt, who follows: "The Florida Legislature~ atrocities standing without equ Jo, Ettl's Brown House acquarium resolute Governor up at Tallahassee first discovered phosphte in Florida, passed into history last night. part in modern criminal jurisprde l
aiiY t-'I with the rats caught in after his next term expires, and he says The Times-Union, there In not May 31, and all nature se-nied Will ihe rank as the master erl la t the porters, and It i amus- he has preserved a fascinating silence enough money in the entire worAd to to rejoice over the fact. ThI' of the tiwenll,-th century? I ', ."- the adeptness with which as to his own future ambition, but we pay for one-half th phosphate in Ala. forest birds were out in force this .Y cath the bait and swallow it. can tell him, with entire confidence chua, Marion, Citrus, levy, lernando, morning, singing their sweetest tunes. Fennell and His Patent. rat has yet been able to swim that he should obe* the Scriptural in- Polk and DeSoto counties. Yet with the Florida hen cacklhd with a differ- Sheritf L,. W. eniil has alw ro- t he pond before being "taken Junction when he leaves the Gover- all this mineral wealth Ile the State. ent voice, the rooster crowed in a enjoyed the rptuftlIon of befit
Son of the 'gators. nor's office and love even his enemies it has been the habit of emte .lori- more musical way; the ataiosihere iust huan*ae sheriff in the Stats.
-- of the Florida press, for not one of dians to pooh.pooh the idea of a So- more pleasant, the leaves appeared a It not only the prisoners he l00
-- :, friends of Hon. A. C. them but has helped to add to his logical survey. The decriers of Le- brighter green, the old towna cow t-r s rnprd, humane trateith rt strollerler of the State of political bulk and prestige, and if the logical science as an economic adjunct msendered with a quicker tep: the comfort, but he etends his ior: l."! regret to learn that he criticism that has enraged him had to the State's pros.rity, however, stroke of the ton clock funded more to the, dumb family, for whbelS :11 at his home in Tallahas. been withheld. he would have been de- have either bece)nI( conivrted or ar, In unison, and in fa,'t all nature se-n has a s,name of high regard.
t several weeks. There proved of one uf the most effective now holding their meac'e. We shall ed to rejoice that it was all over." Mr. F.,inell in a' grat dog fe e the fact that Mr. agencies for making him a notable never know how rich Florida rally is a -si s idhed by the number
...- ,ost efficient State of- figure in the annals of his State. In mineral wealth until 4 thorough Col. John L. N'* ",', former s,-,r,*- eanuin,. he has on hand satll
----- ill have many friends geological sur\,.y has be,,n mad.'. In tary of the raliro:,l cOfamsdon, but blh a 10I-w to their comfort, he
=. him ardent support PROFESSIONAL LABOR LEADERS. the one art t,, of phosphate.. Mr. u,ow a leading attr',y of Tallahass e, <*orno,,uslhd a mixture., a kled
*. candidate for re-ele-' -' ad. rt is1agreattingtobara ,'ogts remark in a communication to will probably b, a candidate for rail *ervi,' which he la ustg as a
S It is a great thing to be a pr acher. The Tampa Trihune that the IphospJhat' road cOmlllisimsl.'ir a 1908. Cl. N -el- sentatiiv,- fr flas, and which he
of says Rev. Charles Stelle. That ia. the business alore, would suijport million,' ,'y wa a at on'- IsA a resident of clars in. the best he hae ever ... erts of 80 Petersburg, riht kild of a preacher. One whose of people for control in Florida. Gainr-.vilie, awl ....old fr"nwis her,* Mr. Venrt,'i is sortonly
.... trrespondnt of The symlathles are as broad as humanity, without other r,.soure'As, i.' a pointer would be delight",l at tie opportunity ing a iMtenit on this (Insecggai4
during the recent se- and as high as heaven. There is no to immense 'ossibi!ttle. .ven if to vote for man .r *the office. whi- in that event it will pe placed s
sti.,'gcslature, is-one of the occupation which today has greater Florida were as barren otherwise as be is imlnentlv alliedd to fill. market. It can ,be old at a rese -:,'-t,'r men of this State. possibilities ii it for manly men. It her enemies cr finally proclaihn able. fgre,, aid thFe is ao
occurred when the is far from being an out-of-date job. our teeming nari fertile- State to b. Th, Lak, ('t". Indes says it is re- why Sheriff Fennell o t.
,.,r veteran would have Nothing may be made more modern. r iifted that i. Regene Matthewy. a gd htg at of h Vtu,
*- to "cover" three or because it touches men at everv Init Several of th-. State paiefrs sever,.ly .litor of Th. -',,rke Telegraph and ......____,___
'.t agents at the same of the lives. criticise Goernor flroward for r, RtEpre.ontat.. ,rm Ilradford county
*n-,.rig Roberts was always Unt we can't all be preachers., fusing to .urr,.nder lauded e LIEnstle. for the Jlat t" t'rms, illl t acan *'- emergency. neither is it true that the minie-r has. to the sheriff of .1fanatee' 4'oxmity, to didate faor S nator from, the
S-- -- a monopoly of the opportunltie whifth anser to fl-. Indietraants for -titnti Thlirteenth t next year. latter
o: of Pensacola is go- are coming to ain for the building nal libl. The indictments are th' i,,, ctra:fil. < how You "buck"
a hard fight for the Gov. up of a higher type of manhodtl andI r-ult of artifi-e patibbed by L'Eagle IM* Cr*** ,
,!.,n the proper time ar. womanhood. Two of England's mot in lhis Florida .Sn regardlng Jobn A. !
a native Florldlan and is prominent and mo-t sucteisful preach- Graham. DenHratlc nomae* for thi' l;' Ve-,. ,,r the taft fire years
a geniality which makes ers recently said that if they were iot legislature. It is claimed that Gov ...-or,.-ary 9 railront o,l ntilon, of approach by all classes of in the ministry, they would try to ernor Broward ,ommanded the shertif ti l tw ia late to ,Jccehd Com., it has been our pleasure to become labor leaders. OthrMr ina this of L'em cont nait to erve the eaptas ulit'e.onrh J I.. M, lorgnr, who will
on Albet Jenings stace coutry hav-, alo said it. The diffl frm the Manatee ount court runt he. a ,.diidate for re-eleetito. h eni he was elected a delegate culties in both positions are very much tirll outcome of the case will twi- Mr fan .dltor 'f The Madion
zattoml Dgsra conven- alike. The demand for sacrifice- and watched with int-r at Reewordr arl a well known through.
Illte Brg g Pr for never-ending toll Is ever present- "- .......oit the .tate
SA we hew* tWare edfiaed the same aulsaderstanldlg the assme Judge A. 0. Wright. a veteas jour
e -a ts*. iB ta ase, the same lack of appreelatiae. nalist k. vs throughout the 8tst. With u few esceptins the merch.
1 i)s at asaga But both the preachr sad the Ihor has been emsteior e of tw ants of Gamin***Rle are the pede at-i a
Sth as homest, le y~er have the arwar-the Ia- e at of JetgliUe. A vertlse*rs in the 90Watry. 43 Eests Ju (l .1,
g uuiswm of howla l b he as mere writ, e to smee- to abow them the vais at
-g- t begaalty; let .feg agai ,K ak io a waste of .... 4 on s $51u s
Oak g e, s the way a spge
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a i~ultsh~ui. He. baa btuct~~ked allthjjoborf hefltty laisthat bq W*a been the Wer, eaewd w'blt, JtndSo

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which, i appreoited.

~b~eg~4A~v34 ~ ,00 Week. MICANOPY NOTES.
sa~~lue ie~~'.4~.-Th pyth. Wcaaopy, June 6.-J. H. Alluon and ~1.''
1~*A, 4i~~1resutedtown and other points. where their
________________________ ~4___ will be held at the
liftiwa~tU Allson is on. -of the Oin of Melton theITATICNTIET Bell School
mint County, FloIa
CRwhether or*
!Je M )(.4t9I h ave the pleas- CRDIORs. 16,1907, forth
touvlng qa I Notice Is hereby gives. theal
IL 04qgi. a M eut4i an at -owaing a nice r.l be rohel anl
qO'is qidageU T. 01" *Ii Blu 0rot*eo; is ~*of tho Ues make -o,;fdil creditors, ditibtr or othe pe' be sohol stI d
be ~pe~i Mtst4 0941.11111W. tyeam a ver handsome. machine. sons holding claims or demands boundary lines'
I-.W", a ginsd Ifish try's ato oq We ILv an in of piles' of hard againstth~eetate ofW. D. Seigl, do. htOn of three
t~a twinedrhePupol
,n ~ Spin no -in the $n4, given by OW ou'g a It wifba p.eM -pleasure ssed, must present the sam to the t ? iedfrtepr~
ha~ ~ 0 p set fit. Reynols a howo of his sister-hlaw, to XIld*'akoi6g over theooeptiy. usdersigned for payment within two rae oletedo therein sA
'esorandum bol, uo MIss Ift a huh. of Athous, a. It R. Lo Prince has moved bin family years frmtefrtpbiainO etia ers ther
boUt tdeation, Van," a iollbimf affair. bets. They will occupy Mr. Craig. this nptlce, and a failure to do go will Pl*Wl5jin at 8 O'clock
;-1 (Iwp WThe bdI1 of the 'Presbyter'ian hous. Hop is Our agent at t06 A. C. be plai n bar to any action to re uloi snt The following
21.Q.Cae o ~ ~ churchi Wi ve 4 box supper on the L depot. -cover on the same. tirns J.r -E. appintdl
0 4 aIherlud ~ eveniq* 6f the 14th., ft promises to Rev. Mr. Hoitsbaspen has moved in. All pesos owing the said esaeW "AWs~.J. A. Ward, ot*
a Mrs Qi rge be o4% 4he most entertaining af- to the Peace house an Seminary must pay the same to the undersigned whQMl sha Act as clerk.
iai en rttn fairss of the msa"e. street. ~ at once. Byutii thl0 -41! Board of May
QU la h ~aeofM. There was a, card party at the roil- Vegetables are moving In large LULA D). SEIGLER, Admlnistr*ai 1Wi~. R. B. 01VQS
detacq of Mrs. Laura Dennis on the quantities from here. til of the' Estate of W. D. Seigler, Cbhi =a tlobtd Pub. Inst
cae shwngu~t .evening of June 4. Mrs. Warren won Dr. W. A. McGriff has gone to Deceased. At"..,I J..i.IKELLEY, Sec. and
owe lsben, thatone the lady's pries, and Mr. Misolle won Tallahasee to visit his peents. J. M. RIVERS, Attorney for Do- ~O EETIN
~. sa~s ~vlm ~the gentleman's prize. Our school will close on the 11th pendant. ANOT ct O F EiLbECl TIthe
i~~~sLa LANbe "ge-alS I On Suday, the 21nd, our town was ot this month. We have. Mad:, a good An PEIINFREETOelicti o se wfin hol tth
bor .INS #uMlte dl A.gned saodened by the death of Mrs. Ella- term'al tbo beet of To of'. 1P EITO ubRKLRC TIN field 54ofd &ahou ty, scolorD1
wa ondi isppr. th Rice, mother of Mr. J. G. Rice. Tothe Board o'u l strnaction- 4.5 fAa cutFoia
.Ws10=5 l l po sheledf' be ti We, the undersigned tax-payers and Saturday. :Jne 16, 1907, for t'le
ssr people residing "Ieie but afno r th 0os e years~ voters residin in. the Willeford S~p s fdtlllgwehro
nbc I v% knowvile butM for theoo pastic few year petitio said district qhaai be creat~ a~
00f4hs family In Golde. has been a resident of High Springs. your honorable body to call an elec- tax school alstrict, for the e
eswoee tolo.te imShe was eighty-two years old iJa-DsROBT. 0. BOWERS1, tion In accordance with the law. and of three trustees therefor, and for
)lffht.~~ "Au tald Oa ary. M~rs. Rice was a May full of.ataim sualeo orvsfrtoeassedadcl
ChinitlanDEN~TIST. the uroeof changing t11e boun4ry
haiing We*t w oatd at ai UYC"ta rcsadblvdb of sad strict, for the election of tfotenetuccoeding
~s)te~tawhere he went him. all who knew ,her. The bereaved three trusts and for the purpose of yesteraer 'oll will ope"
entered the institution as a family have the sympathy of the on- Office in Miller Law Exchang. naming the n~alnge to be asesed; 8 oook and close at sullset.
tire oomruiy Oiasaid district to embrace the following fQOWin unmd persons have
t. __________Offic Phone No. NSO; Residee* No. 18 dec1e1erioytwt appointed Inspectors of said el
s ight the young man develbp- .All of Sections 15, 26, 27, 28, 2#, T01 Oes*.L aeo,
posof dementia, and his NEW BERRY NOTES. $0, 81, 32, 83, 24,3$6, and 34. ToVwftl 7, Seberts,. oeowhorn shall ad
becme such as to nt it -, 4.g 15; 6,u all of Sect0, ions 1, 14 3 order of Board of Public
tohae removed to the Newberry. June 5.-Mrs. E. A.T B. ELLIS, JR, 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 4 52 sh'nctlon this 7th day of Nf,-,.
jail. The police ambulance Gr'off and daughter, Mrs. Peyton 27, 28, 88, 34, 35 and 36, Townai 8: 1"7 R, B. IN EEKU
umoned and the patient was Fortson, left Friday fpr Starke, where Range 15; also all of Sections Chira B1ar
from the hospital and placed they went to attend the funeral of ATTOl".EY.AT-LAW. 4, 9, 10, 11 and 12, Township 9, Range Attest: J., L KELLEY, Sek. iAS
~elat the county jail. Crabtree the former's sister, Mrs. C. V. Township I$ Range 16 ,NOTICE OF ELECTION.
Swits a Colt's revolver and Hoover. GAzxssvuTLL24 FL*D Very respectfully,
'weepou taken possession of W. 0. Chapnm visited Worthing- LUi B. L. Flowers, J. F. Ward, J. R. An election will be held at tht
___________Thomas, D. H. Salter, coma school house, in tho
*otioergo. also the young man's ton Springs Sunday, returning Mon- Note-The above petition will be School District on Saturday, Jule
inerstd n ratides ae y DMcrg oSae spt J. W PA 1ONpresented to the Board of Public In- 1907, for the purpose odtrM
a in stoo in rabtee'swol- C. D Morego of alemspen jobW. P W ONstruction of Alachua county, Florida, whether or nsot said district erhiU ~e otled eltivs i rear Modayher, hakng and wth is ivi Es mor adSUrVso V at the meeting to be held on June enarged as a special tax school

ntife reaivsh rear Moneay the weekviing h rqsands wil~ Evsd0 th hif ---Civil" twne LAW Oa 0-ext &__cen two year the"


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Sps~i hu1zusts Four Days. hurdmR

Frida rha and Monday

EVERY ~; R~Kt.# PLAIN FIURES...$ ,o00.00 Rewart If You Can .
_0Price hanged for fh6 Salet. No Make-Believe or Trick
4 Just a Plain, Fair, Square Offer.

0#h*, AN Gothhig, Panama and S Hats..
15. (tzt Aisings-o-Arrow Bran4 Collarsillo

See.Wfr- See Wh "t 15 Per Ctw
1.5 ff MansOff Means to You
Mn 113s O't in Furnishings
$10.0 Suit, ,, .08 ........ $ 8oo 50c Shirts, 15 per cent off .44
$12.50 Suits, 1-5 off ............ $10.00 65c Shirts, 15 per-oenb off ..........5o
$15.00 Suits, 1,5 off. ........... $IM. 76c Shirts, 16 per ent off ... .......64o
$16.50 Suits, 1- off ... $18.20 $1.00 Shirts, 15 pre ont off 8k
$18.50 suits, 145 Off ....... .$14.80 $1.25 Shirts, 15 per cent off .........$1.0
$22.50 Suite 15 off ... $1.50 Shirts, 15 pet cent off $1.28
Men' an Boy' Pnt.$2.00 Shirts, 15 per cent off $1.70
$1 .00 Pants. 1-50 of. ... SHOES
$.0 Pants, 1-5 o .... .........1 $1.W0 $3.50 Abbott Shoes, 15 per tent off *.....$ 9
$2.00 Pants, 1-5 of ..;.......... $1.0 $4.00 Crossett Shsoi 15 per eent off ..... 8.40
$00 n $1."n 90 15 Ment ou W
$3. uPants,5 n
$3.50 Pats, 1 .5oft .... .................... $2.80 $0.00 Edwin Clapp Shoes, 15 per cent off .... 10
$4.50 Pauts, 1.5 off ......... $.. .......... !M W 6,A%lg lot of small .i... In [...s' fne low and
$4.00 P t, 1-5 o ...... $.00 high Shoes, sizes 2 to ,,-prioss out In half. Abo
$4.50 Pats, 15 off ........................ $8.40 lot f Children's low Shoes which we will cos '
$5.00 Pants, 1-5. of ... ......... ... ..0

$.00 Pant, 1-5 ff ...........out at less than cost.
Panama and Straw Hats
70c Straw Hats, 1.5 off Athletic Shirts and Drawers
75c Straw Hats, -.5 oi ....................... M to M watch
$1.00 Straw Hats, 1-5 o ff ...................... .80 All go 15 per cent off during this Four-Day gals
$125Sra t,5 ff$.' ABRiGANo o Uf T -sm S i rs ndl jie o d. )
$1.50 Seta l 1- o t..Dr.wers.t..m................. .,.q.,,j
$2.00 Sta ats, 1 o f ........ .....$.60 ,O hi E S UITs~o to ma-plotchn h f f0 .
$3.00Stra Ha ndS1raw Hats "$2.4''0

$5.00 Ptaw a ,m-5as .. ..........$.800 l o1 e etofd rlf hsFu-sB '
$7.5 Pataa .1o ... ............00 If yo w nt a ar
$I trw at 15 f6 $.0 BcAfBRGGNr &V Msarx.,. 4
$1.00 Staw ajx ,1-5f .. '. ........ $1.0,
$30 taw__t,_-_o_.__OGODWHT Suit, co arly, a.....s0.
HOWAARDan INAR Bes'']T $.55 ___________.__i thy o n' las"2.'!.g;

TheRDm~ Best Rd Begges woe';

leot fr oo: Laz ge shi pmxnez~tjst Lzi .j

frPo mr Rou itree. All at 15 v nt @1....'


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------E i907 1"07TSA sts Gv, Ye s 8 eDIam *A
Fttle ,' U20 L C. Halle of Alachua was among
OF iy 4 ~ bsIVIF l~ Sam:
att~e itn 0 hefr the business visitors to thil city yes-
I "e' to NOrt Ositrlas tera.
COUTY M0 1- Three ftnbjeoed fox-terrier pups
wIhh that a erPt mle. Agar at 303 East Liberty
of sooident et.. ,.
ee r Iby U~tl~d of @1n thee-. For paine shingles, rosin barrel
ed bft*4 vllaIs 0i 4!Wpthe L staves and headings, write T. J. Cone,

That dau~~~Weghe, Mi l eoaawr.i h
'. G. G t l It loarI co-n e. M. FDg ai for

tives. ANg town bofilon ouS thaesee d atteorwwHueyetr
rs.O.L .O llisSr., ala.aA. Gls an d C. Melton, te crate and maimfl
Hus ofheduhr y terft hrs t ll wer thte l l an of Micknopy, was a business
Has'm a thirs tat urxelom.t throughout victor to thi city yesterday. e

evMr Cllmth Bptstats le t ail fhave rlye of Fairaeakste, frecetl ae d be Mri. S ALIOitO~tr;O'tr
I4,p, Told In 0' TyW hia ter*Itoy,'Whiebh Is evidence of the,
of W o favre Galahvlopwit L. Turner and interestIng little. l
That te G daughter, Mits i ola, were in the
enryhe Sokeso. MIo as A t .At ll o f Lierly of FaTrbanks, were anges
ong- to whospent eserd t triete, city from haapike View Frisltebpday. We have thisha

county~~~~~eog capital. anendt and, Frtd iswtoerefhtct o uies
CoLflor of a s. N tries busthness, ils In the cityl from George leson and son, Fred of sortment of Plain and Colored a w _,
wherry-,-,ere iethe ip ertem.i etu Roky Point were among those whoand Organdies e r shown at the low
theass city hetedY Inetnivl
the caity yesterda W ren a srterd entrp e d Mr. spent yesterday in Gainesvill e. Mo the
hr. oe. te te p os te e n n ral e M. D. Coue of Trenton. an ex- Special price of-your choice for

or $8.00 per hoodred, the~~~~~~~~~wsi isa interior of tfeodM r el e bes.Plytrlhd ae Tg t(10O h etgaei
n the city On Ai. tivW. t b l and d, lares Jennings isn thec tle n ele orolitie contractor, was r rd bt
aler. amt the I tO Hadlton o ty. oth e ltred f t the Brown House rester- h d c aor I
rs. T. B. Ellis, Sr., Ii I Wldo, A. L las and family left yester egsrd"'
gu es vil h gter Ga svlle anally lek y w lr r
Misdarisdfe hityofMiano, tree irestge Fldrene will lve
Marks. temake their future home. This rhcel-wt themefrt center counter..
ev. W. Collum, the family have resided in Gaines-istreet. recently vacated by Mr. and
of Waldo, favored Ginlevilo ill or mire t ten years, during Mrs. Collins.
sit yesterday. which Mr Glass was connected with T. Prle of Wade and T. J.
enr" Stokes of MIM2npy Was tbe Atatc Coast Line, first as Terry of High Springs were among M
Ong those who spent Y t trainmaster, later a division uPr- those who spent yesterday in this
county capital. I ntendnt, and It is with regret that city on business.
.Langioerd and CaL Nippera. O friends see them leave. Mr. Glass Mr. and Mi. J. A. Manning have We have secured the sole agency o
werry were visitors, tothe coun- Is now with the Tampa Northern, returned from Stark, where they the celebrated Money.back Silks-every
capital yesterday. Workmen were yesterday engaged have been on a visit td Mrs. Man- "ek
trosty ad morg e deMetd for in maieeg preparations for installing ning's mother, Mrs. C.. M Kelley. yard guaranteed or your money back.
Sat visoffice. Fieslle eperdos. the now steel ceiling and remodelling fr Renit-The Cbere don Cottages, th et i
Mr E.0 Mer hundred. W the interior of the old Marcus Endel Beabrees. Fully furnished; water
M. Cauthen and LBAbbitt tore, preparatory to installing the and electric lihting. Terms reason- $1.75 per yard all over the world, but we
Waldo were amo the blie furniture and fitrures of the new able for the season. J. B. Crocker. have decided, In order to INTRODUO
tore to Gainesville* 'YeteaY. Gainesville National Bank, which will I Mrs. Charles C. Hudso- and her

MrstH.P. olaeinandson Chalie t ha ilso ce.o adhe
miss Gertrude Chitty of Miomopy open for bosIness as soon as th tare interesting children will leave the slk in this tion, to make the price
Rm "emerd in M. Di o t e place to ready. frois will m ake a very. Ca p elt o r o l *
k ert hl t s fr for Gainesville Sunday to visit Mrs.
ere sister, Mrs. J. Fl SIM Louie orede, .a rea tr uk elng ts i J. F. Bunch an d h M Th le keep iope oFe s. wte, r e mech e i. special design, and no Mnir could be $ 1 .50 per yard
Fa t D. Irwin, the merat anisapr ecured in the country. 'The plans e
Mufacturer of Fairbank., Was tmn- of the bank have been on exhibition A.M. Cushman, Robert McClellan for the month of May.
tng business in this city yastrday. sIn the window of the Endel blotk for and H. E. Taylor have returned from ot B u e T b o P
F. M. Yearwood, manager of the some time. Ocala, where they went to attend a
Irose manufacturing Co. of Melrose, meeting of the Commandery on Fri- Come to Qe us Our store is not the
da visitor to Gainesville yesterday. Old papers for sale at this office. day night. biggest, bt it i. the best in thi. section.*
Mrs. E. M. Woraltnn leftWednesday D. o. Harvard of Arredondo wfoas Friends of C. Y. crawford will reT.M o h
D.O avr fArdnowsgret to learn that he has b6'en quite -Asheville, N. C.. where he will among the visitors to Galnesvilleyes- at his hom e aon West Orade n oel
nd the summer, tu is her annual tersayw street for the past few days, and trust Mrs, H. P. Holstein and son, Charlie, that he will won recover. s
Remember A. M. Dickson, the have returned from a pleasant visit D. R. Campbell, an Industrious cyln dey Hsfied aegad Crci outwilrcovnenx ed apellfv, as ee kens~r~ our yer of hard sevie urn th r ;lal establsmet in ,+ this ..
kere, when in the marte for O-to Mr. and Mrs. C. M. McKinney at ored farmer and trucker residing oniu. F. bunch Ssd daughter, Miss The ladles keep "open hote n th
rie, aygrain and fem ilyha. ve Laoursm R e F. D. No. 2, was in the city yei- J ulia, and Miss Bessie Kelley, have library every Saturday fro I p
ney and time. Writtor phe me. hriende of Mrs.. W. W. Colson will terday and had his name enrolled up- returned from Jacksonville. where 12 o'clock, and the exchange Salong-ditaes phone regret to learn that she has su ffered on the hubstription list of The Sun. they went to attend the Ktte co. lg quite a success n every .i
Mric and Mrs. W. oy ae i l relapse, and is aain onined to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Simpson of vention of the Baptist You g 1ol' The big clothng sale of PhIv mily acine the ncreae in s ther her bed with fever. Mlcanopy favored Gnesvlle friends Union. They report an ecellent Morris. notice of which apple
d happiness to the household. Mrs. John Chesnut and children with a visit Friday. Mr. Simpson time and a mot successful NeetinS. where in thi piper, promises a ends extend conratulations. haMve turned from hive Oak, where formerly resided her e and has many Capt T. M. Venable of Arreddo of bargains for those In nd Elmer W, c re t urad they have been on a pleasant visit friends who are always glad to Ne was In town yesterday id made The lng. a the firm nnotu they
Mer he re turned yes- to Mrs. Chenutrs brother, Chas. i. him.

noonu a exercise of mory Cl. regrt to larn tht she i atuln1a1 E.g.eBaalyeofcWothinotni8prigsnthemtoithetnechfifththeConfcedracyias hel day from Bedford City, V., whe re Halle. Mrs. W. W. Coison, who has suffer S n an agreeable call. Notwithtand hive of M th .' B allt
has been attending Randolph-Ma- i t con next ied a relapseof fever, has been taken Ing that he is 64 years and ex rienced This Is one of the and
SAcademy. His friends are glad i Circuit court will reconvene s res er a ee h four years of hard service during the Iliabie establishments in ths
come him home for the m er. Monday for the purpose of completing to the Odd Fellow' Sanitarium, teraher h e sumng t o hre a i recthat he a anjo i war between the States, Capt. Enable ton 9f the State and their
r the work of the spring term. A num. where she it receiving the est at. is In excellent health and a B Jovial as Montt May be absolutely dag e Mr. Collins and family, who have ber of criminal and civil cases re- tento 1 Frieuds ios for her rl u n excellent al ad is amo, e o te ee
n residing at 206 N. Pi t' reoea boy of twenty.
hei at 2 W P en mal to be tried. recoverHy. rs r
re,b hate removed taMrs. Theor nludtn. and children r t rovfed Hih 25 Ws M t pt f dks, s rker to C.Bartley .has M.vered his cot-h ut n Er KIRe Y SMITH CHAPTJ.R.
oricrk street, which location will 'Phone A. M. Diselonl broker, o mleft yesterday for Newbr, whre t
r ,re convenient to Mr. Collins' Gaii.eavil, and get price. quality nection with the Gaesville Gas &i thet yesterday will vlt the former' ster, if Tht lnesI. land quick delivery. (4ood Pola d from Electric Company, where he has been twill si a fer isted Mreatng Meeting
R,. T. 3 Nixon of the rst Methot- Jackonville and h e W est. C n hie y for nearly threv e yars, o Mr.' Tot m Kincald. From Newbrry o r R rt Ar bm h isitorsothiseity esy commissioner trans err opoed Nortthey will go to Seabreeze, whe then Wm He Nayes to tend$0,00d the oeorn- F ries o an orteillLumber Co. ~iin he le. to remain for t d summer. Smith Chapter, United -M-gallo Tyler. Mr. aaftndtoe r f.nd, and 7. l. Hillhasreurnedfo
","'u'i*nt exercises of Du'ory Cot- regret to learn that she Is still. ill E. C. Biley (,f Worthington Sprhzigrs m othneac .xwt t bomp n t of Mers. w2. B.~ l Fia

reet ldatibradfo tesm udtotesho rifvstt ot)PitM. hie l t. J.Bhim band. sone oouMs,.Jr., TavareI
'! te in he i t e at Cedar Key, where she is sojourning wat. in town yesterda for. the fort Hon. R. B. WeekC of Hawthorn. University street. ThAdS da.
and tr henser.a with the baby, and that her conin tme in over a year. is old Gaines- chairman of the scoo board, who being the reular masthlt
A T:':a.r Martin of Port orange' Is little Improved. Dr. Carter Is with yle friend were g eld to Hee him e r ll att ed t O ti et .
b'' 'ity on a visit to his sp her, having been moed to re- aln and to o e that hes reurnJoyin s e o the Sa pem itelen t tig of thee ichap

th 'wthhs aeas sn nic c~rkk av etar elfrom aovl h erewqtt ordle. Maste Ieskhm ill redved Atti et0.wihw
-iA. W .r. MarUn is a progres- turn by wire fe. his visit three or ex aint t for to his home yesterday. "Uncle Bob" attended, there wa a hetr
t' toma h i'smness man of Port four days ago. Mrs. Chal . ('arter of CDtrae gfe ad he is faml larlw know isth fam busine* of import a at-'o
.' r tld aea now on hi. way over Chan. te. llle, Sr., of Alachu who ter a brief visit to her writer. Mrs. hag an excellent ofoicfl, and his am t the mot Intere sti ''
h,,Me at Hawthorn. tis bent on a plasant visit to his Go Fletcher I, West Lberon otrftbr end. ttervtco ar l apdr'at by the pub- was the ring of the l'eP01"
\, I li :rry, a prominent citizen son, Chas. s>. Haih,, Jr,, T.i'e Oak. for has to .Mazop~", where shn will li: at large. chapter to the Stte eatVwi'srga roat o High Sprngs, wa's the past few days, ha returned tobe the ueW t of her l'arents Mr. and I.M. Cox of th. H 4otltarn hopr- pr---det, Mr.. 3.M'/ .d,; inslile yesterday. He his home. Mr. Haile is well pleased irs. C. Ctt J. Bolk pan y waoosrt a the wh report o the wor
-e !!igagag, conggg d with the with Lire Oak. which he declares l Mrs. Molnar has gone to Jack. sae wil e sterda Ser ths city. Mr. which was submit b.
landofe, haV, ma e to become on e of the leadif Interior sonvile, where he will be a guet Cx was for na o ne* o t Irgtd r
S'"3tad the st Ma iUber cities of the State. of relatives a ies fr a n o th, oinly, and over- m' u o-t l'heSat,t tast, e a r e he to probed North forte summer anford in uss rgaivOr to prevent

An ~ r'~ isior toth ciy eas their laof reua m ale the dasaterpom atofll he ezSu 11* a n it ago l ho Ip proesneapr
A h+ hdos Otllelyye.coubity commissioners transferredl Mr. Molnar Joining her later. securing m.m y and lall- Rili. li
n e be.c r,. Ws.. H., T. S. and isse from the .ne and forfeiture k haers tomm sra lstey gds
- '.,.y. all of Tyler. Mr. Haygs, fand tthe roa fund, and t7o00 s .. L. Hill has returned fro. u able's from is arsa
".a !,,.'rchaot, lied a timlber and from the same fund to the s~chl) brief visit to Rochk Point- Mr. HIll L,.J. rkhr alnd son, LoisII, Jr., fTavaree14,*a Z.%fl _W~i '., ,Iog,..tioda in the United Stte fund. The commissioners were en ste"~ that T. F. [)Svl. fomD a for-ileft yestedsy fir Atialtie Cityr. N. th AiathI Cee Ums'lw a9!ll '' "f., and the Ms I. Daglley able to take this action by virtue acre trwt h of egg pthl secured Tgb 3 where' tho rrace, who Is pas t at wh V ed m s
,.re as w ,bof the act passed by the rot tegds- ty-six crates on these frst tdig, grand disratr o f the witas of the even 1 f1111 jssi ll '
l Ta,'ior loft yesterday oSo ta~trne.9e a whihe was a remarkable yiset sIasoo of Fesres a. will adr s ttese Ie IIOfLS, 3
+W,h.. after sevetl mi h spent Mrs. Mi. E. Finch and little grand- Dr. Harry I.. Perc h returned session of th, .u s'em. l+Odge of 'ths Mlain hir Wedaleda5! g a~meoe '-thi-, +, with his Weutsr, Mr. and son. Fenwick McComickk. hare return- from Jacksonville.. where he wqnt to order. Maat,.r Ig'kbl. will prseeoed puied hai is L4ilW doels ;A \V Taylor. Mr. TaylJt' ex- ed from Cedar Key, witere they have take examination before the Stat to TreemOn, .% .I. where he wilt speed evemiaby Ih W MwvS here
to make his8 future1 hore in bees for the past few days on ac-ount L -ntal Hoard. Dr. Pearee passed an several weeks with the family eof j *Y hidi theem SQl..'u+:, se 1 -+. it'h iser u1 I derstood be4 ha of the latter's health. The lil l excellent, ezaininat., sad Is recelt. Mi. hndl. Oftehe liusO
'Ia glend Ucut recovered rapidly under" the Gulf igl the awagratutlations of h frisods. Atte~ntion I, -alledl to adter'lsemesn ______n_____________l_____
It Is r l ist &ll mI 76 hr.,. and frimds will be gla t E. W. Goolaby. Wa'4. and 14. TI. of Th,, O l hyld,. Company, who .
bowsi -- Im~m -- learn tat his csdltki s gretly ta" Thomas at Mosteneb' .u" u" Blak.i'2O- ttiat th bi comUsg--o ii
hi. immSl a lis al .e. m~ mrv we'll of F'airbnks. J, 12. Clenmas l. wll is- he., r te days 13" ...e.
.11s da of'i IeisgI I .. FIJ4ltcer Burtrt.J eon of Eu-May" an 3- 3. MorganIJI of Hroke.' Thi? firnl} wk'rlh is On Of th isrge' 'I,,i ~ or ad M/rs- S,' i.Bret has ll*~ tradieg is the city y65taTdy" Mr. antd must ui cdte in the S "t W s
+iezt I~ seIlv"e tre snrspimls T. U.rmll 44 ns r. lies, and t ,cat pe pslaal lII ,in me asm e o e m tt Mls. 43 Iks l -, pI r I t 'alI Iad ispehe s

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