The Gainesville sun

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Title:
The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
Sun
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Publisher:
H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date:
Frequency:
semiweekly
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates:
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32993937
alephbibnum - 002027045
lccn - sn 95026969
lccn - sn 95026969
System ID:
UF00079930:00565

Related Items

Related Items:
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)

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~~ftJO~~~~~~t4~~~~tom pnn1 ats't Po COMMTTE FORMEDft Giveno Perso .-emnINonals VPIAC htbqmu eot
sog SPin s W 15-J C B tr is rue I
0*" 71~A. 00nt ad family leftv Fridaye to Cleans.Blimreisr
tii ,lt "I AW Mesue toV6 Cleo""~. sped 6 few days dta Waycross. 04 At gostl **hagton.
'Pie f' Dnpous las f Vl. K. Andersomnt hWSS ~ r.LL~in and children,
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121bs is JacksonSpring.
owey ofsas, June IS.mneI~ho [%I Kim "alePI hisft assae haoeemtei.ablH 111o
5W Clmeeninofk.lo
0 2 t Ali. fta ,"r aontiarereti irriag asWdgtr MiminiLu wohv
4.~40P O in~i the kidn~ I ws~ a igc o anltr 00havecn (4 hl returned ho e hebe e i l f th irl of Gines
I.f 9f, was w4oui A!1owA .upv b(~iaa etFia n om il igftew days'o outingsa
a~a e aadehi. ~ ~ W'Wtb~e XtAlk as am' d iho rw.waniadchlrnlaoteBakfNebr i Bradly ~w ae.' e~ud oa tlIUSilOs a,~e repesned's by ri Mua W~yrs Ga.H as ~ b te~~ld he while h tao- bodieM AL V -31heI of~ nlg isiap Po
quened he ui~~es ~tre,~ pistl Uionand oar ofTrae, (1. Kaie arr, te carmn Ars 0"1. B. Fadget n hien ~~imbeit~~~~~~esA' Aoua 04*flil ufrd falan hav on w n ~Uzr bown distighif.and Gainsv.i.Gnlllaeuet o Itws~popler homn ~e, thei oftdt talkin whierh haspringr fGansil, svstigMs orhn
said 1he o18 oB4s din t4e lost o a foun o mmilt at etre home.o hrdyee-nesa etltn
in ro ~ gis eea b#ow4- Wepceneti iy fa~eo5lg I.MueToa o h B. Padgette oer Saetu
edge~ its bi- ealk4 i o ln &h ou lkAt iusn(-"alil~ anads lady's Mrise a Xverldgad Bhladkrend pn udrwt i an

dezoue. 10a U wv had reeie M lsl ipp rive ?ofthw r ~ efthi friailiespend"same tims In t' ayn ,fd ys' O tin atris Steodie ~ whichwth boy at ereeved aa a itr nls rdy hc rv ~pD5 by Mr. . ow
wil be 10ce hinmsen "11 the iu-, oppear4 thtlle Wtt er wxlae,Pcr- ieotPeSrng, n naud spin.e rh~, assat c thriie, it te anFrnisorg -te o dvh as.1 oee &4~ 0of Kahie.Brrd in e ciff rent ig Fis NJ.o B.V4ean d of(le .. tr oste prrl ~sd an the Iv wage n ahi d f ollow d of rvrad deal o te uulpci % pnigafwdy tWr
*IQenc twill~l. .o beif Of greatan haver 'thrown off s TOM dagtrn bfDand was. ngge ton pringl. fan thuents ofH tee o the hest of theaMor l kug hichions hrtl ar of G th aandsvtle dancsing iss the eath
tttetopu toe )das t OW11312P d.~ e th p l and aritb# lo ye d. e cm tei A.up B. Collis~l efJcsnviye a! and a acse opo t toe fro th77e nOteJg NA d.~N L~~ a~ udyat~r
stae imewiaey *taros'bas' rsse inforapaticn, ftsibm whtril ar, on l picc, ained by therday c u ti otigo t
*USNE Vraleyeier, OWs beuauOrhad peado; hehadapseb d do h e bnelrcmadr j .U iia refn Moul of s
ision as yeti been eAchdim- rhif. 104ta t be the fu0 Orft, wil a as asr foeow. Thrsa e.vail. nesminat Wothno.mlmn pn ri~~~glo was cast, velbally tnd cit-o aan @1'rou thIrngrci ,t raw
torconictonand1ffr g tho Orhad S oafe wil =en atov ou thsMai u n th ad Tohma picic thehe to fthe oe In' ovherS'iih
edgeusnin vt Othiard whbo ahed the 'plat of~ QIVIlotl ad no prgal wad given.dBac-ad pa'S qwihhs aiy
thetwlv me bga a l. h. taloa Tr sday atdmhos The suecte IfrWalter LaanI b enr t K. nenandspie Mrs. p.'m a. L. Blats of teslhrsrn-St
~~~~I theavdeace hcqase t~ hie tro an u laced SurynitlaTheTheoon.gbecamePntanagae apndc butad uay.got fHoe ot
55 hou. At te end o 090N #1aati bue o ase frecie d the o ipp iered ntw arlyio h rvr n rsse of~Jh edetaeigp.ze~
o te ro frml bllt astese le# n i pladn fodhti emahnditg $r60ed te re nd o f he rfaes. frie.ndeson a n agent ofr theM .. Clyde Steams
___________ She seiyed thehe frightvne anmlbaeitrdatdtlWrhnt
forcovi Tio. ~.pn~ fe elf th e ire. Order.o Take t AhlieMa. I the bde an wrasudrageds ovrth wa Coleda Danl a oit esra
ta' aornyswil ak fr he out rsU1oom Ware Wte Aasaid
ate~ f pr c. eore il prsoe r si ed to bi e n b t er so- rppear hamt Aitla. Junte was a.. goend stoe dis.an beor she uc- oficia of ahec s isn regs
i prnouce aanstthesprit thn h hd bam or an mon06en ws ad hrdayslha t oed f i oli dn him.een ses Fiast Hoteliorn gt on.fPlie
.%oE~oW. muthiss W he "a istthF sigtet unae omanesinths itrcthae mmnet age bt ecivd o r.ad rs Toms0.0ap0
in~a~ eeltyfor he lim evienc q ~ipeor ervusnes, egu takig lord ers for 1m to adde Inu reetl to bsterher hsa n s J kso lea frseding a to dy tWort Iv. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~Tus Aea strrinon band hes entee to Sptelatrhdlvrddrn h scn ure fWring o Sthe eneyin of
evdec 1i06 the bbsi of greater ben MLOE APNIG. pia aerbts al, a
appit for 06 feisbe m eetie wo thas vtoe. Havyru salesh alredybee ad on B~h a.adtedncn nte10l
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~h I e wa larel Eldth tseeeusy n h1frdlieydrn h is ure elmaeu a enfnse
It Wallebt atle Ifgt 'thetle aof beo 0( dfb t4tefa ivond ovroaln Hoe Worrhington atud
Isi bes ttche h osasl fr h.ofi next yA oot iroane w t pa Ibeingoed w el towe by heF. H of Jackoll -d

I~e' Tu'eaymih "I woudibel oue'tofor meaA Th mcis. Irn fo delivry dthisurig the abo t e w cithth psentelake leed; utingr a othn lase wagt
t'ldvr 'he lieraltuh boutoio the c4q; he %W&.5 Ao 111o." S oudy.h ply ekat allo commander J.C e T L WIVt ofu MopriGa. .*AMSadkroblt This wasME topin be4 the wmte wa was folows J ayDe -Mr.K .. H returned IMr. ndt iow-sl nA., Lspent
desio l". yetd been reachie; as toimrPiy ap.acmane y 'akov ~ ~o
Tjv e casbeerbally, nv n ao the geter crimes to roaay. Mon.. Jun. 15. Mrs.her Mrs V. Robrts an toWoh5
Dabb covcin' o r ae vohel Orhr ha oo ien w i lawna drovie ot th is ro but On te wyt h inc tebrn.terhoei ansil
AJelOr une, s.-haugudMP iteald otqstand.Swas. mpTe. by~ that plM. 'al drrs. by r.W .AdroMsa. ft Roeroyn thf spe
:,th disbalas "o. Oebad, wo reche theojige o Unior ado p deed whiven.e~ vZi t. hnersoarnt a~ nd hn Mrs. P.p1.ftso th. ambhu sing sgti
-.45WallIW", Tkht'5de l ag d seua ..al et avlst a ONIn tsaa ro araynit last wh ewek.fml f on y tT
M or A h en he w- & seedy'l 6tor ell ) fo h m. Atr the funeby iapereatin teal onin frthe to rnvery anldm beea s o f oll Gai esvile ,taeigP illeagirst rsal balo Wa hee 1g&m)4 let o eading for t0 ptthis w tkwen Iets upose the frier muid wit Mrs get.Aesn. a rag ensf-h lye Seasi
.h ItAs arittedn balt, 414 lia t? e W eedmin Is e turned manymUes ab ivete it laOer a erident migr t fo hae in cuthed. I withheadquarth s atcti on vle












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Thel 10 til
fedn into the plac th~a. th c foul]

OPPIPIAL ~~~becomes diseased and the. sore sms ~a emaett~b
6~ 10 STOCKS WERE DAMA49D IEverV myniptom of an old ulcer suggeett p Atb discharge h e
oftan~ry looking flesh, the in flammation and d IiiIfie Ml'f surround .
the~~~~~~~~a I b e ih wepu fo l show that the ulcer is prevented *051 J*Eiag Wih Constant dr,': ,
*a H1%"1eeiefo th rough it of impurities from the blood. This Oi~~k Qdition of h
GatVolume. Of 4and, may be hereditary, or it may be the Ymuins @1of qotutionjil d.s ise Sk"ed I" the Ey.S of Peds. or the effects of a long spell of sickness, leaviut4ej germs in teSt t~ie'iA Dmgreeableor the absorption of the refuse of the body J5C a not been Pp ed, expelled through the natural channels. Bu wt~t the cause, til, bl'Kd O$um of great Violence, so weakened and polluted that it doe no '4ptnuIh and stiniul
vbjkShedthe eyes, ears, noses and the place, and the sore cannot heal. Salvol~ts lotons, etc.I ktep tki itt ofged etr aisvlste ths d y s re r u cer cle relieve pain, anid perhaps ru iaU inh m ato i never permanently heal them because they do iityscI the blood. .s
1i 0111*-hig goes down to the very fountain-head of the It~bo TCs out all pj .s
fo *0"* hehihand germs, uilds up the weak, sluggish bloodgv auegy d Stren W~~i4S 06, W~Ith distribution tothe system, and by sending afresh, healthystramfod to the di,
A*4 ~d u4t The situation was parts. a) lows the ulcer to heal naturally an& petpanoutly. Nothing ec 000sfu Mla *o ore -disagreeable on Inherited taints like S. S. S. It cleanses the oi*tolation of every trace Ca"_1 ~ ~ ~ o I-. e0 extreete droil~t anti hereditary disease or impuirity, and those who hawv)smed and trea-te.1 au o 4Mw ~~*ebl~ tqtin~ eop~u~ ~ ~ ~ sore for years will experience 'good resulsa o stesytibeo It l 4~ta~~ei t Vaa .e.W fth mower wd~k influenced by S.S. S. Book on Sores andUMmlelas edcaadicefr
~ ~ ~ t..~ ~ ~all ho wite.THE SWII BP=CZP4 0., ATLANTIA, G
bdhe4 "X nohig e than X M0,e stif*

1 odt rodpsdeclared -e oeatStck thOT bS ne1Ver before experienod W O ko
Hhw~~~f. ~ sad-sorm I11 this section, and O D J E
~'k 8 4'GW A~ILO t3pq it rsAude them of the sand.
~. stos'u W A I 1111M read about on the
One f'~ i~eW51 nbwf 4,OLD VELVET,

39f WAS.~knwn~ e tok a* tg os a d thFOUR ACES,
tO~t~~ ma M h ~MARK ROGERS,
177u44iter 'days before some ofths stk OLcC AR ER
t Ollat again be, placed In Presentable condi. MLD VE RON,
itJ t ~ my caef at the home
tic P~Iutlc pret.at10, ev- -ADAM$S-TMA0ARD. CAS, AEN N
th A-, D4010 ra0latint. Theu affali: CASAV "t~~ee .0 wgA b Two Popullar Young People of Jasper
IW'th Clubs 00~ rM t*r Ill -. .IRecently Married. N ,T t
wiletp. olSo Utollt am*~O~t1Vttb The Jasper News of June 14th onw.G j'~ AD
4. ta21s the following marriage notice of
Afer9 a bomdtffl din- ;toles~t to ma~ny of our People, the __________N t -bm 4" ,I~ UM wih d a Ihfin, the. groom being well known here as a
Ue I~9 ~O~t2*p7 40~ 00th 12: 40 P. M fanmer student at East Florida semi. Headquarters for
'trit 1rle. t nhywilary:
Mlit~ath ~I4 ~"Lasd Sunday afternoon Mr. Roy A eu e m B s h B e
SC teI Ot.Sc "sIuh 10mi 1AW0 6e most Adams aid Miss Marie Thaggard, and A h u er B s h B e
006 T4111111 y Aa ik fth 00t,'ill wbleh Mr. H. M. Parish and bliss Mildred Bottle and Draght.
this~4A n ymag mii o quet smslef Japerfor n eenig's Write for price list JUG TRADE A t)PROIALTY. We want yor e~dt htte ad driveS to Suwannee Springs. When trade and wsi ituaraie to give atiefeetion.
he IuIWAS0044I1111"ha bM MO the ad reached Tiger Creek,* a mile Orders filled' day resolved.
10 a 0ltm111011 0'out fontown, terteams wereU ~ B ~ iia nu i~
as Iq De~*"t#"g WOUk. binte d odr ,the wide spreading L i n DI U
*4 be1111SP itha 0 *11144% ik branches at = old ak tree, and Rev O A k' O S V O M
~ 1* ~o-:' ibsi f t 0xal W. Smith, aVPearlsjon the scene, OCA LA, FLORIDA.
'~isgI.. w~* s111 i bs~ ut thos w111 00k 0he woed wh"c made Mr. AdIp~~ hole4other 4609ultance a=s ad Ulus Thaprd twabn One's __bo 0040 baw Potens and n.a flu..
Uzaited Eidir C1*ub, In Watrlulnn dAlloshl". "After the quiet little ceremony in -ADFO R MAY DET i~'AT CERi.
,,~ieerand able mannr, The Sun, wkb 04W. friends. Ox- this cool. shaded wood, and the ex- RAerocOdFlow'Sntaim'ihr Juponen citizen G. Bar the distinguhed toads congmtsblatdlas 1o tbe happy preesion of greetings and beet wishes Rules f ord FIntow Saectru ih,&polbm iie fAcN
ISing that he1 G&W~ to young couple,% 604 Is 'tbe words of from the three witnesses, the bride Hav wishethroug Efte ct.~ died on Tuesday evening and wo
(Lodge No. S"O In on *0fl the Immortal IDVan Winkle MY and groom poeddon their way to Iwstruh h oreyo buried on Wednesday. His deAL
ttlp itwsteAtpe ( 4 wrocee adRed.Snt r s, The Sun. to announce to the physi- was very unexpete, as he had alf
r thM..It 1A %Ago the ands Mte W oiad h pigs Aam rernSmith Mr.wn cans and people of the city and been sick ten days. The funeral SM
offoor an tht I Ws a avey f" Hs 0W"ft~. t tel te nws county that the rules for the govern, held at the Methodist church, ow
4kad an honor to- have him IThe gve. mjj aq u6mnoI e"erdo "ines Thaggard Is one of Jaspwe mftt of the Odd Fellows' Hospital, ducted by Rev. Mr. Daeger. and ill moa acopls p ..-.. -. repared by the phyiiansm and adopt-. largely ."attndd The_ fanil himS













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COMM ~~IMPORTANT CASE ~BgCoso
-- dan be depended upon from
sa6 ftI Ia Ir MRs. Carre D. Mallard Received 8 %-that hasbe liberally fertl
Oub lattert ud ent from A. .L with a complete fertilizerco
The oarijobrwuses, Verse 1. -~ntoe,~ C~
THEIR AMOUNT WAS $32,000In 1/50o'nitge,8 avl
ER EN~NES~ ~THE -PhOS ORIC ~ j phosphoric acid and,~
neers of the *ta1J6 010 ese 0A ersJ( Woman Sued Atlantic Coast Line fbr A I
'Pert and Tamnpa id $U,000I~i feorb 3 yraHar'~~l Death of Husband, Who
3. AyA Hiir Vgor' Was Killed In Railroad Accident,
Iln HadIv00 ~iS i *ires de adruf. 'Verse t.
vi.. rol opplt. IAe' Ha' I ngo a h Judgment Secured byt Reversed. P
tChief Etigiseer *Mow of the At- Iep healthy, and keeps It so Iwit" at fOrtlne within ther grasp.P
lr.1o ;sa~u chie when a jury of the Circuit Court ofjuthwad hy90.o
tic Cos ienIss repua a'.~o;ti the Eizhb Judicial Circuit In and for Js o n ~y9 f
eer Shiaw is ssera er fh o- Alcu onyhdare pn1 necessary our booklet will l
nville ral W a inI S C f I s V ~ A a h a C u ty h d g e d u o
the request 0ii aittee derfull sicass. &'verdict in her favor against the At- GERMAN KALI WORKS
~tti cauu~w w~fnton I TObwhft4*dsew ga- lantic Coast Line for $32,000, Mrs. To-eNaautet.o
fwn Jne~ er h r hur.- Carrie D. Mallard now finds herselfAtaaa.14Cade
for* zg the DASce 04' gongQOnth a s poor an ever. as far as thris judget ds. ins8PeCURtin l. 4leuAtNgNI mont is concerned, since Information
GA, style of bulldlflS 04006. mm.FUI has been received here to the effect ---
~Je~ eprpee aJ~pse. that the Supreme Court has reversed
istPorabl tote r
station for (hui PtI', T the decision of the lower court-.o t b e 8
of th sato i A m 41- not' it Will be remembered that Mrs. M ill Outfitkk
t in his appeRaneV34 *ei ON A LONG. CRU1S8L Carrie D. Mallard at the tall termi
of the committee a*th Board of the Circuit Court, at which His the Rb'est eN Bar&h
Trade and cltise.Messrs B. F. Midshipman McCormick Will Spend Honor Judg I~almer was presiding, .N~NE n f l ,R ,aiV
Po, i. H. Jarvis ad SL I, can. three Years In Ablatic Squadron. sued the Atlantic Coast Line for th. i ~ ao ihzeyadM
together with fngbioers Brown Midshipman Hi .rvey V. Mc~Ormick, death of her husband, who was kvs0McioyadMl
Shaw, visited tbreO Proposed a ga l kls iyvwhohas passed an an engineer on the defendant road, plies. We carry a large tock @Aid ran make Immediate shipment. Writ*, A
t-the present site ot the Gaines- osefsuly and Fth honor through .the which death occurred in an accident ilih'sited cata I(om. W~e can save you money. Address
Ile and Gulf, Or TAMPa aind Jack- NXai 4Ad~~ at Asinapollai, h" at'Newborry. This case was tried M& A.L1S :B _Y0 0 0 1&A: P .AL.
ville depot, A, deuirablqloeatUM iat -be asigtned to the firsf-class regularly by jury, and a verdict a);
9 head of West M410, street X., and Ci5e Tenaesse for a threyWa above stated was rendered. 41 South Forsyth St'-*t. . A I'LANTA, QA, ~
other location near the Junction ot mruie under Aimt~on of tljo Asiatic, The defendant company, through Its ------ --A. C. L. and aboard Air Line station aW sailed on~ the Tennessee attorneys, carried the case to the Su- OSCAR N. SAN DER6. PERRY M. 0O0~U~
liroads, at the foot of West Main Thursday fromn Portsmouth, R. I., dt- pfeme Court, with the result that,
t S. -rect for Soideai, irance. after careful weighing the briefs In ( N o f~n C ma v
The engineers bad nothing part- Midshiman McCormick is one of the matter, the decision was reversed. 0N SadIUV Co.WJ.'lar to say in regard to their choice the brightest and most.' am~bitious Mrs. Mallard was represented by DAESN
Ia location, but promised to corres- young men Florida has over produced, Attorney Augustus HI. King of. Jack.- JELR I
sd and confer further with the corn- and in detined to make a record monvilie and 'W. W. Hampton of this G n r l Mr h n i e
Ittee. which will not only be a credit to city, while the Atlantic Coast Line's Gn r l W r hn i
The committee cannot understand himself and his family, but to bis attorneys were Carter & Layton of HARDWARE, STOVE4, FARMERS' IMPLEMENT@, FuaXNru1%i*LJ
by the Seaboard Air Line has so native State and the nation of which this city and R. A. Burford of Ocala.
thlessly refused tbhti? request he io a subject. Upon his return to This action of 'the Supreme Court Nt w Store, New Goods. Comnplete line of Ladies' Spring IDr~ps Goods. 8
send an 'engineer bere, since their hi. native land three years hence,' it Is considered a great victory for the Fancy Grocerita,, Carloadof Faroiture Jess beink npswned-aii as 1Lo.
preventative In the JdInt meeting. of may be said in advapce, that he will defendant. ast Possible Prices. -.Largest Stock of Goods Isver Ostred in,
e Board of Trade and the citizens have gained a great deal by observa. Western Alscos.
as so willing that a conference be tion which will not be taken a were- GAINESVILLE NATIONAL SANK. Colsoni Block Trenton, Alsohue County.
eld. The committee is inclined to ly a passing panorama, but will be ___- --____tthe railroads right, but they are dotted down finhis memory like the Work on Interior of Building for New %A.N USM rsdn I .Thjm ahn
eriined to have a union depot, old sayng of the letters engraved In bank Progressing Rapidly. Use:. W. Hina. Vies-President Las GZAimA. Asse. Cush~ .
en if It becomes neessary to take the tablet of stone, The Vbrk on the Interior of the new u m ~ ~ r n
re stringent andi determined legal Midshipman McCormick has many Gainesville National bank building,THFI S 4
ep. friends here who will be glad to learn which In the old Endel block. so long DAT A I
of his oeellent success and rapid ad- occupied by Marcus Endel as a cloth- 1LA VLL A
FEAMSTER BOY IMPROVING. vacment, and hope to see him Ing store, progresses nicely, and with-OF G AI EIL E
-reach the top ladder of fa me. In a short time the place will be ready
lred Boy Bitten by Supposed Mad to receive the excellent furniture and UN!~ITEDf STATES~ fDL Pflf ITOfP'IYU?
Dog Now Growing Detter. MISSOURI PAID OUT. fixtures, which were made to order
Leroy Feamster, son of John -by an Atlanta firm.Cail411000 0
Fearnater, colored, corner West Negro Accused of Gtealing Pocketbook This bank, when completed, will be SurplUs ........ .......... 20,000 00
Church and North Fifth streets, who Again tias His Freedom. a model of beauty, and one of the
Was bitten by a supposed mad dog Henry Missouri, convicted in the most convenient and modern equipped Interest Paid on Savings Aseoos sod Oersilcaies of Deppolt. All
1Monday, is resting easily, and It is 'Mayor's court Monday morning upon In the enUre State. The panels will Trammeled Promptly.
believed that the lad will be out 0of a charge of stealing a pocketbook be of marble, the cling will be of a.32. TAYLOR1, 011141
danger in a few days. % containing '12.35 from IL woman, and ste pressed, and altogether the InThe lad was atacked by the dog who was sentenced to pay a dune of terfor of the building will be at least
in the -iint of his fath-- stre -- an cost or upen thrt dAy OVA invit1inoSg.P A 13A













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will be 'tr t* and PrlA t
4te i____7A AIA t0 t* ever Plp
muD~~m UnVUI Vbh were
4~N A. C L WITHSTATE ."tIWO~ people
PLEASDawue that i
4#IW keesi .Had Head-Ool Collision i~1*bownahu
With Palatka Frw^ i*0 pidspcil .
There was a head-on aelisbow ofHsEid uBUDSb d3 M V padRtcl
Mod~~~S~M~~d~uil~* ta ft local and a freit train gu'dln Florida and People hitfq tISkO h
~~w~sf5 ~~aII, Su~~~ ~~ from U Pa ath n the Atlantic Coast -iD~~*~dte1tk ii~
With ..Iii'~tUe9lroad 'a4 Micanopy Junction PY ST E A CO LI ENT and I have tnoacelvd
80tuWdy morning, owing to a misandeh'stssdin of orders. sruIe pnm rla
~~ 7 Thene was no loss of life, lout Train- Pannndee a fChcg ok instead Of a lot (It old
mo1bi, E#,1 e ZSti Poer, hosutane a ed Upon Florida as Good fo Noth. s1* t*1 town bulilt 111, of
i d- PopiId ankl, was on the freight Ing But Raising Vegetables and Ms. haieeePulness houses .an~
i "'VfrMn~ol TrI1muqater Passer was brought to laria, But Was Happily Disappointd. d660e4, And with "Chia
*'PoI owToC PRi:t @ he lb. hi'b=10 0 1 this city, And IN no0w i& H. Vaughn, at member of the tok sa ets ough to sa h
1* 60 *9r methods, Uai. ratiment of his physician. Vaughn Seed Store, Chicago, who haste setnugtoayt
*te 4oyteig s V oq *Spthe tmmaLs el be glad to loIM that his beenIn this city for the past ten days IQIhi00wthanev
00Sy huros1 notUI sefrous, %Wtahe i h nterest of the firm, ,which was thi so" t buIns im almost
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ J"M "A af riolaotalIn which J. D. Stringfellow the 609400 and Come andiv
"o f the The 1110a I trai ute bot was esait die amm you good people.,,
4* mospt suocessfu #Vr*~ al 44b h raI orI~s e tws ce /t plaintiff, toivery much impressed with rVehStestahw
the new oducationa Is a l urlSA 40Mir whO I lVS wrecklug ftnO MiMOPY this section of the conty r.r VpOago sttsat hel~bu
matters odutkaw ba* be oll, O *P 10, 6010 positions m to ~t l. the wreck This to Mr. Vaughn's first visit tovitsveaofherorsj
Down to~ '1 1111111 10"1 ~a5~S~ lo the South. Born and rere in Ci nwolaebenhsc~
bsoboad to fil muh of '0~hah4 a0toskhw Au, UM cago, he neyer fully comprehended the 20tit wb aebenhsc
I. prou49 AD W0eM q -ft n odt Dr. J. H. Aldermn, for my ysm' gloiu advantageofteSth s-____ate a ding t91 bodU Oe'~h teitt. S4s t fMoIN than paU01ing 101te, pecilly Florida, and had been taught
T I at#;ftW0 't the nor- wb 3$'ww 40a it GMUaTIS511 to believe that there wits nothing here C ~v i
~~*1i i$ e ~ ~ebu~ bu i seera oter oc~a, asbut a rough country, capable Only of A
0. lieiMbI U~ ar, producing vegetables and malaria. itsadClrm
At ywy 14 A*416- 'es*ee. "081atly graduated from the 'I have always labored under the f n
AiyWil.*a6bly At~aks DPatal Colege. om-s of the Impression that Florida was Mnerely lb -IM -liii. AMwj
it '0 Dthe be A&. -ww g )"aing in00tatlms Of the kind in the nothing," he admitted in the lobby of, m
70. sooyToe,-wlama "W1 ~u t Ulo d I~ the Brown House Friday. "I thought,
A ~~~the ow, ibwl efloe rm Dr. A]Idoman is so well known in from what I had been told, that all
1rnalpal of the Jas 14reusaii bY county Spraadt ,thl5, ofty and actionn that it to un. the State wkis good for was to raises
.it .e.i. .,00. w wc 1, J. neassary to make reference to him- produce to ship to us fellows UP NOTIO 0P 'APP'LCATION FOR
~aomOfy det t~r o It~ of the 01ept to my7 am for lvr 1S5North, although I must admit that I DO~D UN SZCI'ION S' OF C11
l11feth prnla oI athMe. Ganesvilk subechoal district, and he has enjoyed the moset lucrative have compared Florida products with 4W LAWS GO flORA.
J~6 $a ~g choOil, others, Prastice In this section Of the State. the products of other Sttsadsc ~ts eeygiven that Meirow
gft1ftstW Wertu e lish Dr. yeca,.. who a esU.t Dr se Is a yoting man well known thong and often wondered why Ill was P0-h dii- of Apdl
1Vave adetilate Ie
mbg~e.oer t *. aseqeg of' this nonaL do. bore having been born 'sdreared that Florida was go~d for nothing but ba .naw for ta ' to
, W**rkje "uipa ot the ajre a ho if Oftai to exercise to 01505Y1U0. me SW Itif P119ers the production of veealsdd ei5s~ S 0i cemtfc
*ift Uebaoli, 6aoa Ui0t07y every esto M4ake it tko beet sum. WW Of the TsrY high~b PW *hc fruits. ueInifea m e0=. Florda. twlm:
Iepaph arlthmetle' U, mar novui 'M adI the ft. Is tOe bo~t rotimmetindtm whion "I have changed4 my ideas of*G IT 9S-&210
of is goba a could. be given him,. Florida, however, mince coming beire, tbe~~O 'iseb CertificateIn tho
,360",ael pboaciallo the looed in 4810" Wd, UAd thee The bues -wHi be continued 4t And I want to say that I am 'dead UsCte shall be
Iph boo', Ltin, phyiology, I s, no room W]04h'" shoud no0t be0 0 t 4e1ga0 stand occupie6 by Dr. Al. stuck' On the country and your P setU~ o W. Wz deed will l'tsuo deram th wh as the0 konI00111 o 3 47 .D R
I hecaq~ a ve iuocaI an ove Dutton bank and h ate among tecleverest Ihave ~ ,f5WA. D. 19077
~ Sim ubtm~tae,171 stustshe ndsm~Soom ~a~cr ItIsnedlssto Odd that te now Over Met. They have treated me go S. H.WE
f..pleroda hwserp, PH"lat h no udmt t salso to On W ealoy it fiei ""pw hosptably that I am #lmost aShamegd Did Oloh CbsUft Court Alachu, Ca.
41 p~ K.S. CHEVE. DL








i' TatTii OWUD ColUYhsbe n existence less than a year and a half--and
have you noticed the rapid strides. with which it has become the Dry oodt center of
Central Floridaf'A
VIOU 01W EVER ~ STOP TO 1" T Iwo tb we, &aehoet adhaena irtt egow tob telretdaesinFeDy













sa' W. 0.' 01sa, of Iconoclast tame.
i te wan once aked whether he was s:
Vls pidt or an Atheist. .Brann's brillitss viet EUgIsh ils remembered by al
*f g -~ tho, read The Iconoclast before the1
Oragi deat of its editor. Answering
1W.0w*-the above query, he wrote:
At~hs ihy "I belo*W to no cult or creed, but
~hsof I know bq~ad the peradventure of a
g MOU ens~ "q ,w spen dbtW th the mighty universe is
~he & oa~uo of inot without a maqer. Tihergi
Txxxs OFbeyond May' 6omprehenaion; I cannotI
TwIdeW -lme AiIt 41^ %aderstada4 *h creatio; how then!I
ISM.;13 f, i. At bonor'and c=,~ I comprehend 'the Creator? I kehprtoh
va*Nm du'b 4~atrr~g~doqs of know nolhk" of the ftr.I spend.~ ~ ~ 1~Vtl w~, He was o 4stlahed no time gpecdlating *upon it-Iamtugh.
%be lrnt oftheCoafedeac". and It he overwhelFmed by the past and at death~
f~, b4 lehenothing more to enaear him grip witk the present. At the grave
witd to" the people among whom Ike lived God draw% the line between the two,
Sishe bbhi name 'would have ranked highi In atmrnies. Never has living man
Marigean D*L ..I e 41" the annual of t6e South. lifted the vWi of death and lookedz wl
Obitu~~rlac 11 And yet the period oft his military beyond. 11Rerealed Religion' was not OIM opi rO
OvaOLU5W~5Y service Was SliWh Indeed compare born of resow or nursed by knowi-' OT NARCOTIC.
to helegth of time he spent in the edge; it i0 the Chil flvo an
Sun and the TllirIO4welf Senate.. and lives between the rosy breasts
il jWorld oOWIS -~* 0 One was always swe of finding him, of hope. There Is a Diety. I have sun sad the ianlGtar (G6.)li
.kly~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ aJntttO n e,.~ o h aeadoisvtv d of felt His presence and beard His vie
on mind the Atlata (ft.) all public' questions, a&d his blah in- I have boen cradled tn His robe. All' gmiWeekly Journal one eff. 1.-O tegrity coUPled with, his great ability that Ii or ever will be is but the visible' sun and the SONsat gave force, ahd prestige to anytbim garment of God. Seek not to know
Tiue..Union One loa he.... migh Say. *His plans or purpose. I ask no writpwe will 6ot#boeps stamps of a ,But In his public career he was the ten covenalit with God, for he in my ,den mlf~tI~thS 2 oat. ~ ype of he m n W~O edi father. I trust him without requir- Apfe*tflffl dy forConsU, b
cates himself to a great Idea and de- lag priests or prophets to Indorse his lion msV Stolfla~hifFor
bb jr. Whitny, a valued employS voe an th enrg ofi mind andnt.A rt my liteson waksssudLosso0?SLE
Thesi.Augstie veaig ecodheart to Its furtherante. It was with and comes groping through the darka cle6r anid prophetic vision that John ness to my door. He sees the light TaSitm& Satnatux of
T.- Morgan long ago saw the Immeas- shining through the transom, returns
Mr curould h 06 4101W GO the South by the construction of an dream. He knows that beyond the T hlYORK.
heMr culd then abea hies~ GOwnua eei htwul cret ohsltlebdadle ont
as a member of Use ra ra inter-opeminic cmnal. Hie was far and light his father keeps watch and sks
6L away the highest authority on that no more. Tibrough a thousand celes___________great undertaking. ase was the n- tial transoms. streams the light of
D. ~lie' o hiterwavering champion of the Nicaraugua; God. Why should I teir the sleep
D. woLd make r ofSme route, and he we. always able to'of death, the unknown terrors of the XrCOYFVIAM
.~ ~.ranoi m~u ~~.present vigorous argum ents in sup,- starless night or, the waves of the nwm-av s v vewsW.
of th -ita bnsm oSo port of the faith that was in him. He river Styx? Why should I fear the
Mr Mrgn.steadily adhered to his conviction to'sleep of death, with assurance from* te last, and there can be so doubt the lips of men that the wisdom, love the recall of Maor apray. in- favor of his contention, will not fall?" COLSON4GAY FARM. NSIL-Z hOi.
rof State troops for the Na- Bttnnosheraoitf
Goermnt-the Nicaraugua route' as against the The following advice from The This Form, Located at Arredugido Is Marriage of Two Popular Yeuns 0.
tanama or,.nydhf u.~a Miami metropolis is applicable to al1 Making Largo ShIprments, PIS at Rochelle.
acea ew okpibcashould be remembered. For Many towns at this particular. am one of the mosut successful forms The home of Mr. and Mrs. ILU. i
devoted to t06 infata At fruit weary years he had to ombat all s10n o year: "Get out the brooms, in this section this yea will be the Setrouer, Wednesday wmis, Vg
buc gof heVobac.f is erless the powers whice'h oppoped the con- the rakes, shovels, the sickles, th Calsos & Gay farm, at Arrefondo, the sAne of a most beautiful W4601196,;
toko te andlo never fealess struction of any kind of canal. The lawn mowers, wheelbarrows, the which It Seems has been particularly the contracting parties being Mr. Lo "a oumtpoen sa neve hesta e at tnontinena rilroad Inter- c the trash the boxes, the favored by nature.111= ais ndMsJA&lp,
SPS b ~lOets were always at work, not In the boap, the mops, th ,uhm The Sun a few days ago stated that rosy. The attendants were, Mr. PL..
coim bet In a subtle and heoce more the lime, the dl.fct t, spray- from ninety acres of cantaloupesthe Waits and Miss SusieM wet and dry electin 'will be held dangeous fashion to undertaine this ea, the hope and let energy n il rmsdt etewetpo .Clias4~~Rh
halts Ross emu~t proiecof a cahalacvsCental Amorl- telligm. like command. ClIit of any similar tract in the The bride and poem
proibtiois. ae w~f~et o w The energy and jnuity with the flanks, and rear as well as ty,' apdi that the manager has stara, stopping directly.~
the light and In that, event vkq he uncovered the source of this trouts. Clsea p everything that ae~sr ahbe f$,0 frtef~Ibl.Rv .H
ill not be 94$.alow:- ~ew 6I,,Iuon d "~br
6101011 bsr its 'hollow o.Iesnla and &o-t well. it Is a big crop a vines. At the ties some bea#Utful words and~ el* un argue4 a clear claim to Jo4 f60' 64'67 but by keeping at, of the rIdilcted that thi refusal gua~ pr Wonosde 60e4 ,usb~d
office of railroad 4oxmhssioner the owoner-Abon the people. He It lur two VqW days we can have of tis ofa serious mistake, wife.
sesto be the mos bought is not to ;re"Iftknbered merely as sgpotlees tipwa. There ane a few poo but it Is a develop vow that The decorations were beauwts
Ietnis oeothmotIpratthe press 4 Qf th-Nicraugua rout, pie who ought also to be bathed." the mauser has evel head In re- entire room being almost a bower.
Iti oeofte ot moratbut as the advocate of a canal, as fuig o ,fern Pls, traiin vins
of public trust within the gf aasb~ the combined opposition of Tetracomne inWhng Tisfmbgu twstanla.Tw lre,
thePeoleandcanidtessholds~lshnssandobsrution. while hsWeek of Udwin 11. Holmes, load shipments Monday, md during .,oma Ie'ihc
freqie to deosrp lteSnideiino heGvrmn foiauerl Assistant Statistician Of the the week closing today an average o1 com 4%s husg fra
for~~~~I* Deparwsno nacodac it tment of Asriculturs, who Is one solid carload a day will have been decorations back of the Goal











u the toa9 u C kuu


V ~xidefI gjjll(Ovdat an~ WW~Wa W. s."'
gj O be A t W an PuAMM dort9wp ever
N VAUGHN Np 10were an1; Ljng

"V S~~V 'ri~u hitSTAEsure th~jr
PLEAS :tomobion
'g".-Akw iWi UNiid HIf Bn Difabusd 0W ~ paid kspP'.:i; td
MG dw CUM" lot.w *hado a miulc "I o s" O h
Whe W&O '14m AklmJnt VSS R A CMPIMN
Mus a trih
umrfOigt 1- at I
~~~~~~~~rmnn tgvyg ole o iettTai-d Men o. Chkcago Leok- bE. N of a lot (jr old ad ~3 UdLpn Feda Ged fN XMOOWW" town btilt uo
~~ ~ 'w" *ason the height. log not Raising etable a"d mae~ ~~au ~u ad ,*~~V 10 SI ~~10011140 afst" WSO b'o"Mh to laria, SBut Was F Kappy Disappointed.u6 tSchfa*
10 of 1111 ofts City, an Hs Vaughn, a member of the waf an I am'
p~.t ten ays 4 ha t sa ta
M a e v o h h-tpwo t a his beo w in this city for the p ~ o v 0 ~a yn s Too, o te bw e e ig, tIhat he In teInterest of the firm, which WAS4 bans ~C1U he afti to a few das. tedfnatI S U PM u uq eseand coe and i, rol"O. &NO al'6eSaot "~ In which J. A. Strzagfeliow WA She 40n =11Wu good people.,,
160 t, *Wl th baX was iseeeary to plitf, Is very much Impressed wfthH Vgasaetbte
'st, pamE wm'W tra&t Micanopy t"i section of the country. tegge T0110 sthAto at et
~ 1'~IlW poilt~ol. ~ ~ S~ ~ ~ This Is M r. Vaughn's first isit to i l4 e t h r w r 0WXt*O*the South. Born and rowed in Chie~we aebe i U

A~e be cg e never fully comprehended the YM
T awl who h kww'~h 3011Y f7ta 046006vi to believe that there wasn nothing here
bw n WW ~w edlll hant. pca rough ouryaabenl ogf ~*~ t~ ANUJEL* &UII 101hft PRO"W" Dr. AY I-. producing vegetables and malaria. ~ "FORI
46 %Wft l MG p aduA fa h hv always lbrdudrb *n kd
A00fSSta Dshta Cose oft m 9preSSIon that Florida was mrlbn Alwip
~~~i416fi fs.~ea ~ lstl~ton Of 6 th nd 18 the nothing," be admitted in the lobby of,
,~eg~72a~e~s mddisowoto, I the Brown House Friday. "I thought,
the 111jw Ig .ue~q d V, AMWOM Is so welfrm iom what I bad been told, that a&DUS
~hekm4fe the. ig d"Oasev. Of~~e~q~~ tkb and section that ft 1f ..' the State wits good for was to raise
L,~~gus v 31~ a.ai~ to~ make referenoew to him, produce to ship to us fellows u oz eAILCTO O t~~~~~~~ MYI~ 0"M for th"1t httT41 vrlyears North, although I must admit that I DinD Ox3S 5WcTON OF CEI
g.*igjof the. QseIgo 30oft mb-s r13i, OW3 b" R OJO7d the mot lucr*#tiv have compared Florida products with 4W3 LAWS OP00FLORIDA.
*646 a Mit ~olPUG"rs rIs *I$ Se.ction Of the State- the products of other States and see 1148ise; fib7 efteD that Np~r.ow
Awasr, hbh Dr. roma Wh 0 js Olh Pa ~e a yorng ma well known tiona and often wondered why itf' was eae02,Ieasi~e dy of A bver aern I' betbr 'and rowed that Flrda was go~d for nothing but 183T 11060 000168 for mi eed to rbba o thAir 1 to oft 1W -gum" M3Obl e~ astla*g PaPers th, production of vegetables and Gmecvs, vu law. S rol r
isa am'7 ry t he IM~ a M of t he very 11= ~ h ch frite. wa tihala

11he au~~ ~v~ e~otar I ~ I ma~ eer hebeakand wors hoee a ine cersti hare, 00ISU 10h0004100r aidai so" lkh. S&v dee will hA.
ftfiftws. ud I~j mE-U.404 ftIhes, I ft il _*911011 to a"d OW one now ever met. They have treated me so OMJM WIEAtNA 97
pef1~Vl. 16 v,~ea o**m on llift 6 the hospitably that I am adnost ashamed' Id i lub 1tCOr AlachU& O



You~~B Iv StpSoThn





0 Mat TI G W.,Hvn ComrAwrrhae been )a .Win existence less than a year and a half-a4nd
F haoe you noticed t, rapid strides with which it has become the Dry Goodt center of
Ceutra Florida T
IV^" NYIRl FOM O N tw rm v bore t&A &VA UA* and h"A U in Ashrt Cta dwe WV, g.1wn to bete1retdalr nFn










44. A. I A 'A

atel W.0. awa, of Iconoclast tame,
_?Pt the #Am once asked whether he was a'
dr~pt~i p s iittc o'"u Atheist Bruno's brill-I
Wtbe ~s~$ tates taut Eugllab I remembered b l
ofb i Ih R leima. *wbo read The. Iconoclatt before the
*eted ot'104 Vashington. *agl do** Ofitts editor. Answering
on ?ea6~ 1i%~'-*W-1 Wfta,- the above -qpqiy, he wrote: btGlau e, Would "14elsttS hi. sighty. 4 belaW to no cult or creed, but&
j. Mc0RE~Y',ff tubl'.tht' $ t t n e of I know beyoud the peradventure of a'
1. If exta ittpa e 1f.was spent doubt that the mighty VniverseIs;
ubdfh 'uworw -house of not witboldfa, ma4er. His origin Is!ThI
IuN aow V beyond 317 comprehensdon; I cannot
Tjoe a.W*eslr ; six 0 ~ ctI aer u si audrtandtVe creation; how thenu
sm 50.; sinooolt Iqu!: %6 6itli out a life of bonor and can I coaipfhen4 the Creator? 1,iP~p~in~
AD~VR3YUM Lfl usetuln during the stirrIng days of know notbips of the future. I spend!
adt e~ xs ua line Ct*Uwar. He wasa distinguished no timedatdtiJ Bearspo the 'a
insiou, ha done nothing more to endear him grip with.t*e present. At the grave
p~payd onts t nJrag"s to the people among whom he lived God draws the line between the two; ad12 Nevers ha0iin a
furnished Upon fiawpaau his name would have ranked Ihigh In eternities, ee a lvn a
e and Doeth uRima fIeenserted the annals of the South. lifted the will of death and looked ~ie
0h Ur oa, e~ ie And yet the period of his military beyond. 'Revealed Religion' was not IDMMapothn wr O
service was slight Indeed compare born of reason or nursed by know].' NOT NA30COGTIC.
OUR 0W516 Lm to the length of time he spent in the edge; it is the child of love, of pain,
bgn and the ?hrW6S4-WVek Senate. and lives between the rosy breasts'
(JY.) Wold one 06.....$ one was always sure of finding him of hope. There is a Diety. 1 have rham W.d
Ban land the IA~te () on the safe and conservative side of felt His presence and heard His voice.
7ntietua 041 all public questions. and his high in- I have been cradled In His robe. All
Weely 02= R-50 tegrity coupled with. his great ability that Is or evrwwill be is but the visible.
son and 46n 882 1 gave force and prestige to anythtip garment of God. Seek not to know
heio migh say. ..... 8* His plans or purpose. I ask no writwe will not bisp suamps of a .But in hin public career he was the ten coien< with God, for he In my
striking type of the man who ded I- father. I trust -him without requir- A peftt Refrdy for Con
cates himself to a great Idea and d- lg priests or prophets to Indorse his non, mso g uStomh D is votes all the energy of his mind and note. As I write my little son wakes W 1 ovlin.eeib
Fh 7 WhitneY4 V604 vsle 9ei0y'd neld Loss orum For. 0
meSt. Augustine wingg Rord, heart to fts furthered. It was with and comes groping through the darka cle~.r and prophetic vision that John ness to my door. He se the light uACC~E& 5Nflahs" of
dead.____ T., Morgan long ago'saw the Immems- shining through the transom, returns L
Mr. Elurr shQUM d be eilectedO- urable benefit that would accrue to to his little bed and lies down to TtYY89
he oul thn ppont is WUthe South by the construction of an dream. He knows that beyond the ~Y R
rAs a member of t~ rl odInter-qceanlc canal. He was far and light his father keaps watch and asks
Ioaway the highest authority on that no more. Through a thousand celee. ty oul aea xeni e-tcttadh wsawy bet fdah h nnw eroso h imcw.wnw A'2R A
great undertaking. He was 'the un- tial transoms streams the light of D. H Baer f uterwavering champion of the Nicaraugua, God. Why should I teit- the sleep
of th ralload ~ ~ ~.present vigorous arguments in sup- 'starless night or* the waves of the use susyaa esvs
Mr. Morgan. port of the faith that was in him. He river Styx? Why should I fear the
____________steadily adhered to his conviction to' sleep of death, with assurance from
tnt-eneal J5~Wi~ akedtne last, and there can be no doubt the Ups of men that the wisdom, love ~S
innea of aras asne that there was much to be sait inand power of my Heavenly fathers -'
ofSttetrop fr heNsfavor of his contention, will not fail' COLGON-4AY FARM. .MANSFIELD-4UTRFtIR. .
GovermentBut it Is not as the protagonist of
Governent..-the NIcarUgua rout.' as against the -The following advice from The This Farm, Located at Arredeinde, Is Marriage of Twin Popular Y"u ~l
TI akea-NwYrkpbi afnama. or. any"A 4bil# %i 4haje Miami Metropolis is ppplicable to all Making Large. Shipments, PIe at pRehelie.
deoe te inter ew t or f pula should be remembered. For many a towns at this prticular-. sea- one of the mot successf ul farms The home of Mr. and Mars. Is
otdc trowtes Istdestrvingfruit weary years he had to combat all son o year: "Get out the brooms, In this section this year will be the Xetrouer, Wednesday morning,
buc oerslic It esers the powers which opposed the con- the rakes, shovels, the sickle. the Colson & Gay farm, at Arreiondo, the s~an of a most beautiful V outspoken and never hesitate strti~on of any kind of canal. ,The lawn mowers, wheelbarrows, the which It seems has been partlealarly the contracting parties belg n
wpms the fakirs, great transcontinental railroad Inter- carts, the trash the box", the favor-ed by nature. Elmo Manaffeld and Miss la
ests were always at work, not In the boaD, the mops, tbe 9 brushes, The Sian a few days ago stated that. rolse. Tills attendants weonMv
wetan dy letin il b hldopen, but In a subtle and hence more 00e lime, the Gisfufetants, spray- from ninety acres of cantaloupesthe Waits and Miss Susie Mms0sIW '
Santa Rosa dan" ru fasio tou"rieti rteh d let eerg in- yield promised to be the meet pro-. W. Colaa an MIne 11uby
rhlitoIst arI amn fpoetoaaa cos~nrlmr-t~I~. ozme.C Ufc of any similar tract In the The bride and groo
rhe ighoits med in ent O clj The energy and Ingenuity with the fanks. and rea as well as ty,' sld Oat the manager has aalrsopgdictyme
thelfinot be d In tbt vn whichi he uncovered the source of this frosts. Cleap Vp everythlug that aesacs ie f$,0 o th ~ltael.r.J.soin directly
laA~ae tshllw lan*an4 do At wall. It Is a ft crop e vines. At thetp &m beautiful word and' elaqust
Is and ar- Ja a lercli to job f6r on dayw, but by ilspng at of the' rqdited that tA rfsal #us", prono wumc d th~ h* uablld

office of railroad dnumissioner the con erswon $~ the people. He it ftr two #b d" days we elm have of this a serious Watake, wife.
seems to be the most. sought i t toh e 1urdmrlyaaspotless town. There are A few 94- bu It In a develop mow that The decorations were bee"Wfml,%
I isoneof he ostjuttatthe partisan of tS. Nicaraugus route, pie who ought also to be bathed." temngrhs ee edi e niero en lotabu~'
It s oe o te mst mp bua t ase thege advcat ofe aea caal as. entreoobenglmst -bwe
of public trust within the gint a th blvcaed of fusnlg rose" ferns, Palms, trailing vine
tePeople and caaiatas shud against th obndopposition of The trIa commenced In Washing- This farm began es magnolias, TWO larg
required to demonstrate, their fit-slsnesadoartoi While t&n this week of Ndwin S. Holmes, lad shipments. Misay, md during
for th% place, the fiual decision of the Gaornment fornerly Assistant S1tatlisticiant of the the week closing today an 01neader husg r
______was not in accordance with his 89* epat la of Agriculturs who is one solid carload a day will have been deeerations back ad the ISOM








.4 W7. 01:JUNE ,




~O~e~sff I thelotof all women, who o hiw

A$U~ ~fl~ easn o do so, any moire 0

d#W disease, that the right kn4i 6! e





f e Ym-m l I It can never dohamn, andb good.I
'ti S 'Bob*si H. Bl1air, of Johnso City. Teom, VrItma I had msiftwd =V511 Weo g orod .
nvil~Iee~mh~tpae *.vteel mot~ ad had low docl=rs but they could not h* elp Until I 'wine Of Card
viI..I,.y 'NwllIN1111lamabutvelL' AtalrelabloemgnlistIl.OObOWk. 17
$41US US 'A LEM BE Advce desalbe 8 pin sealeevia
0aW Mm"AnIly U11 *11 0
thte *6o of'
4~I F14fY,~t*6kS WP S tJ aFell V ead at Doctor's Gate. ness or businesses to be engaged In 5214 i*V 1PIII inpiden t 1 (
I~pats "olsa I" J Marietta. GIa. June 14.-Will and transacted by said company, shall MCA" ekistinga'i
CLAME Loka1Wruat g42;a be as hereinafter mentioned and set ooreStt

v~s *ft TOR11. MORGAN unknown parties. H a sae Gort ral Banking Busine. 1r00 ct orond ,1jl
sn e e the uraj to wl Transacting a general banking bus! t .b Rt SO(f
severed but be tantd neos tol have full power to exercisSy, # 6oft
'~ ~A4)~~~D POSO#Awayat te abwit to b~cks o a octo's r~l -by Its board of directors, or duly au- fti'
thorized, 'V o officer or agents, subject to wholla sbsrs i(,n aim,," A .., Na 1,~ 1 the8taL A n::ro :wornaf, Lula 1 may be ncsayto carry on the but, f1u Money of the,
*'kS'te Holmep, who was within hi!m juet be-: ness of banking, by discounting -or
"M301 IN.,.*AW K.EALVH "it YEARS.. fore he Was stabbed, is being beld On! negotiating promissory notes, drafts, V.?i i'I xo i'i t hi
@16,5W" s ~~n l7cbatw1.ahe a bill of exchange and other evidences POrsM6 7:1'3ti10o.lzkat a rte badl exs iai be
&1O llio 7Ut50 upag, For' srdatw yer'i of debt, by receiving deposits, by buy- nin. y4eori.
tbn Perlty #qse 60erguui0 chrce aigIng aud selling exchange, coin, bull- Ve--7e biness of thf' jjid
~~~Aliit*hj thet7 t ovit term I3 the penitenti'l~y qn. atid by loaning money on personal tion shall booonducted b% t it to,
AI~~ha~~na Iu~~ ~and real securities; to purchase, holdores:apeidn.0'r w~s l Aee n Wei SI"44 WA~ RPried s One NgnvtShtsOed. and convey real estate, as providedOfies. ,rodn r
~a@0t he ittO fA~ eadrs f tat ejy ~Nwton, (* a. Uot Junuar-d'.Ii for by law; to establish branches or vice-Pre~dt, a casbitr and a
w"~ ~ A. V"s m6 a N$ 1.4iA egro Icou n B~eu&Kuaiiiagencies In any city or town In this Theab~r offr o1 f ta
.h4e gult ..'1 4W"~b "U e. ,'a,' Iab ut 10 mile s &outb ent State, and exercise all the necessary a d i dM cet~~ a e oef
~ ~Is lice 'out 10aile fa tetly Of! powers and functions of a banking the MIe rn done
00nI tone Yw'w PRv, Alabama shot anli fatally wounded Institution for the transaction of a $M wiioIe
al1111 bakP uies ne h be a stonolder of ,ad
eua~aedby he ewr a ~ upp benet@@. a tu rtiS 'he ubeen lerndY proisions of the laws of thne State of 1%wL Tb number of t he
SU -fera thbor ow e00 Oh*M.o e4t"... 4Priua hv enland Florida in reference thereto. To en or uMay his Axed frown tinip to
,pe fjr4 TWh Juay ml'ttq on te e eaZan, an OI ly that the guard had setsral -If gage In, carry on and transact th byth Iyas bute at(5) tne
WOstod. as a mat, prozdt 4s a bldegri visinteWoods when King and an- 1 general business of a safety deposit itbe less than "ie(5 or Moure
a vr~ctof~otii. it~rao rm ~ at other convict slipped up on him, and' vault company, to procure or con- nie() The board of directors
~~ ?'SMS~e& some, Uem, "o 1111011119 King shot him with a Winchester rifle. struct suitable vault or vaults for the sc te mesai to
Ifp h%_esla ~ Mfa bdbe n ~ Bt f h ovcs~a ad safekeeping of papers. documents, in-sutohrOfcsad pfi f
het bow II "&Ue Uf iens bt had Mherif Per Conict se'Va Islt struments, moneys, bonds. wills, deeds, corporation, except the president
Va"cs was rop mre 'rl wafes, property, jewels and valuable, duces #mnterm o havi s
t-guarl a"Olde ane AeL' to0.n etk hm of whatsoever character or nature, Inprv db thei oflas andi all
~eo Sedeldand 0. es of *oingm NOe suffered suitable boxes or vaults for safkeproieytebyl~ n f
frmC"&p'ors hc a teA re~i Another Chiampionship. ing for any person or prosafekerpr cerB a,0d 9tta 'so appointed by
~ ~k~bCauseee oflnud Jiie death. London,,; June 14.-America cap- atlon, their agents or representatives, ioar te biecretio of it tay
3atdc otthe auto At IU bi~de 'were 'Is daughters, tired another championship at the upon such terms and conditions and rectos The ireto sai 1,fr'id
-International horse show here Thurs- for such coensaotion onrice vies-presidlents shall be (.1, 'red vi.00 (.N' twoba. 4 disX, Auditor B, A. D. McLay's chest- fas sh rnai operation madetermie stokholders at each arnual n
461e!' batw o c o t. b 'ut geM ini, winning the cu3P prsent- apo the o tai c o rtiom de tem The allnual m eeting oi this
pl~~~~a bylio hair s* ofenle upon trom tise to tieion shall be held on thio ~n
ed. by Sir idev Un wls orthobs General Powers. day III January of eatv %i er.
2hbeas ,h~ caw Ho unlgharness iorse, for which there 'date of each annual nic'ei r"
111XIIa1111 heca0e was the keenest competitix. C orTo act as the agent, factor, broker,
a" *m wo= ofthe r rlesentative of any person or chaned by the by-law. The
'ua.~~I~ueaumayu~fthO W. Watson, of Saitimore, weck frst proorcrrainorfrterholders shall meet on the sonid
to.th 4tsseiuiitb 'prize with Lord Baltimore and 111Y agents or representatives, In the pur-. day inJanuary, A. D. I-'"' dt acous ofthehli~asMaryland, and Alfred 0. Vasisielt chasp, sale. mortgage, management, Office of' thi corporate It
third prize' with ODlwabia and High care or maintenance of any poet, Vitle Alachua county. Ahri
UTv11e111 Was arraigned so" Da y In the tandem classes for berses real or personal, its rents, issues, elve holo th fi'r t heo
'01 owing Ilquor In a cimty products or profits, or In regard to o odn h is ino
of e m ialqor of a i*. t e-Do-n 1.2 the adjustment, settlement or 'pay- andi transacting such~ othrb
Mgshst he aleof ame De ent of any loan or Incumbrance as -May propely come ht-fore
~' edarlged nd~I.4Stoamisre Maiden Voyagle. th'rvon, t6 go under or execute any disposed of at said meeting,
.Me was aeseesed a line of ~New York, June 14.-The steamer power of attorney in relation to anymeigsalbetefrtnul
00t ttefrtc" o.PeietAel rie eeo e of ;R!(l property, executing and deliv- Infg of the corporation.
ows n hefistcaeee Pesdet in~l ariedhee n eria deeds, mortgages or other i n:lteofiesetce tt
V"5 suspended pending future Malden voyage frotu Hamburg Ih tunnsafcin h il o~ n ti thIfies~lce t
rg 19 truent afectng he itl tos1,h:annual meetg shall I- q
v~rof the defendant In the ,steamer had considerable hard wesltb- Iproperty, or creating or releasing ithe business of this corl~ratioll
)0d the third wa nol prssd o r during tire voyage. but The off- liens -thereon., to putrchase, own, sell, j be conducted by the fou-,A'~i,
owe of, state. To. Samuel J. InSMA"111 JIe ,z. U01111$ ees may she proved herself an ad. encumber, mortgage and dispose of Iofficers:
barged with selling Mort- Miss Mary Morgan 2nd Miss Oorse- mirable sea boat. The liner brough.. lands, products thereof and properties, President-W. R. Thonas.
real and personal, of every kind and First Vice-President--C. VN".
Property, wa continued by mo. IIa Morgan, bothi of thIs city, and 82 saloon, 144 secord cabin, 269 third description whatsoever, and liens. en. eod Vc.re-dn (i
~ te ttrnysfo dfedat. isuere51, ons.class and 2,554 m e~rage passenagers. f etnibrances or mortgages on sucoh ViePeitu -roo.
ThmeSle)Ce.Mr. 14orsaa attendled to his d(on- 7%e President Lincoln was built atireal or personal property, of Secretary and Ca-;Idur, El
.'hoa Prreeuio.9"onal l4uties at his home here Belfast. She Is of 1,803 gross ton any nature, duration, or for pujMIb afternoon was onmemd in the about a wee- ag.SetAt. nagerm and carries a. cre ok -0 men tosps which are 1Rlaful;- to sub- ITurner,











:!t LKAk ADVERTISEMENT&.

@T.OF~A64HISTRAWROX'NOTIOE TO FOR STRIP OR,.

Love for, sons bolt claims or demnanb
-AOT' against the estate of W. D. 8eisler. d..
WOO thlki eased, must pt.int the sbme to the
ofNti6*V 4'~~" undersigned tot wmmmtat wittith two
LONG DRW9~ f:years tr9m the ~.publication o
~i~a~* UfQ. (bW~JI E~this notice, and a Wilms'to do so will t AraY 1.g 4atlut %his, "Ume 'in We l to [ton to re ',
~~~~ i ~~or tb~m y J"d
Side1 ad ~ ~f~ ~cover on the same.
11dAl0te, war 'We '' eatI~;I~u L l30 All persona owing t4St&te
E C REst pay the sun to ttas 0n4
thrIII114 6 t'w *0 4 to lie "ht a' dead l
Frda' Di-f foauid t11ee here. I had I ILEitSIA mngLULA D. Mh1GLoER
theijuy" Del IZ Isa we all, went to "~'triz of the Estate 9f. W,
06 tAe -found th boyofaSW GthtstpIaiati. udusdnl
Stringfellow, b ZI; 4100t e- ~ i on iaoyo ad VA mS Palm Deceaseds K IES
:e igaui who had boew dead soy. '~~~a .
~ i~ s' sad.afeviewine the body UITR TUS the Pores, loosens the Elbrous Tisueic fondant.
way not bay* be0 VA" ~ atsi~evsmo the Blood. giving the Muses aua
days and a halW ~p ~ l.cntbe ol
_AA*v i~i to try and' aritmwh DERt) UNDX% S8CMON P 91
se of* JD.O LAWN or FLORIDA.
hi 44* sverl dys'in-too to below~ uITS that W, S the destiny Of the S t ~ 11 ~ ~ bi A e e a a s n sat th* I da of we inner.
Seed" Stwe so iyi; nube 01F PARALYSIS ur* ih~t
of their hands. f a4a tler a esIito Inmber0
c~eha beew dm117 reo**4'7~ W. 8. ay. P.O0. True, Texas, writes: "M oflo. &has i. ..M e!?
cae604111Aa 'Owles ainyib apit subeA anIng it" yeas Wth is a toa baes 40odn sh OIoLa
itthencetaIt It. awO 1W IPh* o arm, when Iim asersuaded to use lard's ertv altus1ed to Alsobias a eeY
int th deail. I .mV. e ~Linimeth.ntI which eflectedl 6 coinspete ct.I Wit:
ed ats a remindr, laowtver, 40dlia .to law, r '*1W. no u h by alo adIt for old sores. hfrot bits5 an s No 1.4. se.10 V SitOWN
it was case of da codn t aImd 0400t tne spqiajeas. It does thal worb. T said land being as soe
Pak rosfrteJrr ~ insetehiac fso ~U0 se
.D.StrlnifolkW. t il.' te tossawtessmSnt UMUH11PT ON 11AUT ON14CE TRIMD "LWAYS 1101 of Unkinown,
trucker, wa Ad "r 6h0 ttr as many of the wftomMa as 1, RKPUSEI ALL SMSYTWITS Utles, ma oertIatv shall be nod
Company of ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ O~d~wua C04 ,I% 4udgtaeaiyso*o hmT M 3t25.0cw $1000MNtola axdeed will issue 1b
Company f CnIOe ~ oul ge ateasiy. mm~of hmu HRUSIZS 2., 5c ad $.00the *4th day of June. A. IX 190?,
.900 damag ol,6 Wits at a distance from my- home, Witnes" my official Wi nataat ad o",
restt.eAind 1 did not see &il thatt wa BALLARD INW LN M NtO. ~ . Wxfx
from the direct ST. LA. WV. & sPd35,klous
dee Jury. Theoe piiny tolls were sent Vd a.161 Otro~l
by the defeudan in 'in' 34kary before the February APIAIN15?
ellowlo sad netig the board. The board did DEEDO ODr APPCTION P R
properly pme"111411& R
6" avikatrteMrhmeet- !X? Notice IN hereby dw** that J, J. It
.Oand zio tsi* Ux atg Mte bard I received a warrant ________________ )obase of Taxs Gelmos
*V4 ~the 191h day n l. 66
everA herItAMW for myself, and another one se'- o~ a~ ertiftoate in m 0siamubo
iliant array ot "$ 3.6.-ttl n qarked "for wLOthD law.ES $ad oPtrud&*g
emloe on~s n witnesses at Inquest of -ass bsal given us. they willadi d 1 aW Siin oe dovem
emlydo ohnegro, but made payable Representatives of the Race to Moet to the many obligations upe witch OW jm a, 1641hUI*O. got .
witnesses, some oftelwde not require In.aahde Jueun-?h. te aealed lcde us. ~ O~3I
Baltiniore and 66i~ owo~ta t ~ ~ ~ TlaaseJn ~h7h te l~~ Laebelisesseed al te s
ylng. met, acp f Pay roll Of The Florida Negro Business Leatgue, co rrt J o ilhnl hineos 1aobeifqeinhe-jury returnefora verdict "DOMMWat Inquests, 0 -organised In Jacksonville In Jun ootn(blso cto)asuu t .m adcrlot bjb se~
e jr eundavr the old stand. Very sincerely, b~5d of t. aw taxdo ?.w
whereupon~1 atony o h[ad no 000)y 0! the ft"rl. I was 1906, will hold its second annual rneetu .DTO 111" d0y of Juno r IV
se Immediately gave a faott eii h arnbut some Ing at Tallahassee on the 26 and 2 J 1110 100 day of 146. .M
thsfoaos c al. fo hepesn i their pay,, I, made an estimate The membership of the Lieague In d CekCr~lSOmAsbsG,
oaof cefrtepee th amun tkt I col pa ec composed of s, class of the more In. NOTION OF APPLIOAYION' F011 fAt
0 case of tae State vs. Wim and have eviough to go around. S0 I dusitrious and thriving colored men lL~t) UNDYRm AUCTION 05o ORAIU'
charged with forgery, was die,- paid qaca Juror for four days and of the State and there are many tea- Of)jt~. LAWSb Ofve FLORIDA
of, the jury returning a verdict imleeadac tnsth tu s connected with It that are cornw-E o er et~a~o
ot guilty. .could retnember fg*, one day and medaye of______________ Jul~, y .. O W
court then adjourned unt mileage and found I had $4-05 left There in a national organntlon of won____________ to taxo July se 1346
~ ~ a ~ ~This not being enough to give the colre nw, known as the tooo= vr ~ :________ Jurors another day,' I returned this Neo Business Learue, organIsed In 541fiWtOrrwls.4et u
Tonight.un to th o'puty tre""r No Boston, Mass., In August, 1000, of0
these" commissioners are Jumping on which Blooker T. Washington Is preail-es bouwl enjo Stoms'W tfee me about this matter, when I don't dent. This National body met Iii j5
tonight. Th10 0 ades
think* I pm the one to blame. If a Atln, las 1wadwl eti o
his laxative 016 ai t on* who wishes will look at 8sc peka.p Kansas, In August. The Flori- 2WMs day li rA.
and cleanse the NkMg". Ppise, 4102 In the General Statutes of the lk Loup*~~ affiliates with the National P6 Clark (11~j
tA. Samples Ifre M all drW State they will find that the county orgmisatlon.
______ commissioners should have paid each The Tallahassee meeting on the NOTIOX 0f APULCATION 16Tt'
South Bound Train Late. juror and each witness, and not called 26th Inst. Is looked forward to with 1rc DEZO a UVI SUTION 60or ONAPlsk
fl No 39 ~on me to attend to their business, agetda fitrs mn h o.- ASO lRD
No 9 rmtgbetween a' grea delo neetemn h o. WLW I IthAMDA
Ville and St. folereburg ow- apd as it had beew nearly two months ored people of the State. 1 0 'ws No"I ro O
to somesince I made out tile pay rolls I could ahe rebuffm ofeecssfrte0_____________di aciet orhoftlsnot remember ae Item, and had to fw days sesio wil rersn that
hour andthity mnute ~ o th amont ue tem. owthOSthe staeson are l sucesful thir
On tdid nofthisrivi o he f the areV the fatM a eetbihd epe usis ohaogids
ti Cat inunvtb.il &16 616d -A wa0 teubltk- o thm _fladbsneslns r










.. 'JV' 17.1907

ril 19t atisr* "for Dt nwhr
tbywinl rihp Io#r a few. veeks.
COUTY #r~MyMdmar-"a deeds o
St tis us. Ffty 00ute per (JosCOUNTY Iaew OO0 toer hundred.
ia f. Adasnanof Brtk"n brothouwat Dr. & W. Alderman, spent yestoraysIn thi cy on a combined busi*6 io U ,pone A". N.Tckero. broker, o b
Game~land gt prices, qualiy WIA outtod codfron
ONAL AND md quick delivery. rood Boe fIo wi o(. 0
was ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ S J.edo W ~ksV NW onvilia.sud the West. Can gv
I'lleb6 TOO) Ibot dith 1tlP tiery prie., to all poists.
mT h h n U y~ ~ ~ ~ ~ S. Jackson of Lake View was SOMETIMES11
The Sun. &A~ W*e guuss,, ong, those who spent yesterday You get your money's worth at othW
~j~zu, Da~' 9~j1,110i TL A MS"0~u aai itrdg in t'14s city. Mr. Jacksonad
a.giho t"int I$ In tbe ka_4fmr fTMtn a r4 sttes that the ielou movement from 5o osle o o';hl
attendinlg court- undt e bb hs econ Us good, notwithstanding YOU KNOW by the test %f $0yev
l o his friend, 3. A. Mannib&gi tb InwAaesrusdog
tRadng bergter it .' k this city. Ur, Lee tat. that u te ron %s iatosdogt tradifib at this store that you are'.gae
L RsefbSIIerOf ... ~e~t~ ~. b~ ~rieds f 33. urtn, ho orof Good, Honest Merchandise "be Ls Ieo,& Hester di W ft4L ;gotusate wi n atmdanoe of ran w4ay yolr*s resided with his familydolryupedwh .
yesterday witk M01246l ft3 with thp res*1 that 'the. crops. are In this city, bunt who recently removed everydolryusedwtu4
toile finOk#wlerge.t ernta
W. oleana l??7lh* "~A prtyof eope, iapr-he In Indit oe They hope, howth ornewasa sns& lvlsttw O e A~ ~r.o ySa r. 1.le cIr M errhn for a better report In a fewC h aQ o d
city yesterday. patoigiated f6 straw wide and supper
B.Smoso oi i h sa rsm re-Wdo~ va Those needlofg anything in the way
B. madenn the Mmft .A640 Idg ixO'WP .re WdM na P*011 u of machinery, from a saw-mili downAr9liesf optydontoa
He~ heI ~ me.~ ~~I e, Aro likely softes soa-the wrot tht sll
MUl yesterday. Ii s needless to-add tha the young l ~~Ilsple, l~l rt h on. Why buy themn when we sell
~~W .90* Hogo"~*w~flseJoyedl the 0o at to 114It. aby ComtiuW, 41 South Fraytis betWe goods at about same Mil~e.
t Hodsewo f're amsI"~ xet Mir. ad Mrs. Merebant stmet. Atlanta.;Ga. See the advertise. ois$.0 12 n 15
thoist who fav re 060 6 11 0 d nin t of thi,,Inn elsewhere In this B m
MCrnofThe Junior Auxiliary of th E is se.rd
Mo catrobn of W ha I"" I" Ofthgaealw tt h Assistant Posimaster 3. P. H. Bell yrn
sped fw wek. ~ pe o Ms.-C.A. Cleoug ystr-and family h4v.returned from Cedar Black Taffeta Sliks $1.00 $U.% $4
S. orertot'srou. a'the hthinbgnig~~ Key, where,%hey have been for the _no'0pe ad
the 'u~ o~~oo ntateon nd asing past two or three weeks recuperating. those who 09104 to t60 u t i late in the evnig. e crean am~i Mr. Bell states that there are quite ~ I mrieis aeW hie.oe
tal trading yestetday. andcak was served, and the children a number of sojouranr at that resort EbodreLcs ht of
r. and Mrs. J. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ W~eins A tDOW80ejyda exeln ar a th DOadttevroeses-o&Itig Dotted Swise*, SIlk P
among those wbO Wed ooeedis of the function being de- bie having a good time. 901m Cle .ore*%s Etc.
esville with a visit Y6'8~Es voted to. the mission fund. Mms H. Hersog of Pennsylvania,
r. and Mrs. Robinson at Wifliton Frriends of Mrs. Pharabe Manning who has been bore for the past few Fr iiipigwd Lawns at 10c yard.
among those w, Who Won 4n fw onthsa s a gest of her son, Dr. D A T
esvllewit a ist YNUM o tis 11t, wo of hperdn a tow Jrleft yeterda forU her oOgade t15 ad
osvile wih a i~itwoe at the home ofhison, I IL erzog, Jer., for Oradisaeroyad
and Mrs. oo. S. 'Meant. Manning, Harlem, Putnam county, home, via New York. Mrs. HerzogDEIN
t ystrda a RokjPont s iltreet o oa tht er eathwas delighted with Gainesville, and *EIG S I I In, Novelties at No., 35c and We@ yard.
ts of Mr. and Mrs. 3 Crown. isvr or n htseI itemade many friends here %iio hope
iss Hattie Moreland of TampM bas improved. Mrs. Manning left here to See her rmt in the autumn. N PRC TOAL
ned to her homne, after a pleasat Ill several dea ago fow owe home of J. Rt. Malphurs of LaCrosse, one Of t to Miss Mabi' Uvispton In this he* som in Putnam thinking probably the llinoeer citisens of that section the change would prove beneficial. of the' county, was In the city yester- M ~rs R%7V ilsor,
esdanies C. E. Melton, J. W. Mel- Airch Jackson and Harry L. Owbn aycaln atTeSnoiean
and J. H. Allison, all of Ibanopy, lett iefterday for LaLFayette county, having his name enrolled upon the registered at the Brown House where they. go for another drove ofsbcitoJit"r apurwo -~ --_____rday. cattle. Mr, Jackson recently brought haa passed the sixty~eecoud milepost George Gleason and sons, Geo. Jr., meit. Mrs. Owens died InJakqi
L. Flowers and laghW*r ofIn a drove of ninety-six head, which of hid life, Is a Confedeate veteran, and Gilbert, %oere in the city from ille Friday. She was ane of the ow eford are In the anty. Mr. low, were as Aine range cattle. as have and is very highy regarded by thdoe Rocky Point yesterday. tnt residents of the Redd~s a"~
favored The Sun with an agree. been seen it' this sec11o for Dome who know him. C. L.. Smith left yesterday foP Quit- and her friends rogret greatly .
call yesterday. time. Th. cattle trading between W. P. Sh11etleworth, th~e boas melons, u. hr ewl ps e
D. AdrsaoneoftheoldstGainesville, the West E. nd Ld AFay. grower of 1:41a senton. was in the days with his mother, MArs. J. U. Harry Cannon of Rocky Point. most prominent citisens of ete county is becoming quite an Iii city from EvlAtson yesteptlay. and the thShearer.e asgo*No to
er, was among the Visitors to Pot~ industry.* city editor is under obligationmst him Rpmombr A. Mi. Dickpoith fred Ihrhl e ertl thorJ
city yesterday. W. Fielding and family, who for a remenibranoe in the nature of brokoi, whern iu the- market for men, s"Inmur. Ui wl vIitheJne@
Put), Sheriff E. A. Ostesn of Will. have been residing in this city for a 45-pound melon of the finest flavor. 6eerie',, seygruin and feed-etuff. Bove 8110041100D, relatives Int Dls~ arrived ini the city" yesterday, somq time, have removed to Waldo, Mr. Shetiewortli has already shipped msosey du.J tiout. Write (or 'phoae we. and other points. anrd may pro~qM rig Come to attend the adjourned where they will make their -future fro his farm up to Friday eight Both long#ditanes 'phones. to California before he returns. Pl
ry was desperately Ill with tTVphp
of the circuit court. home. Mr. Fielding, who is a sec solid cams for the week, and the fruit J. W. English 01 Tacomat bas re- erfoafe wesad il
R. l~'haiey of Ocal a id Iny tiis foreman on the Seaboard Air being exceptionally fine, must neoes- turned to his home, living serve on thise trp i an w ek nda tol "A4U City Yesterday, and will remain Line, has been transferred from this sarily bring good prices. Ff rm one the jury here In the circuit otlt for the Wcha?
for several days an a guest of diiinto the Jacksonville-Tamp hundred acres he expects to ship past week. Mr. English is one of H helt. M asyo
divsio, ad wll akehisheaqurt. about fifty cars. Tb. season will be the best known young men of te Hn .U asyo
daughter, Mrs. J7 B.ivisios, a d o ri endsak oits he d u 4 bar. atshudep rs t a
breeze Fulyavrise;. Wmuh.t los t -~m -isMue Baklae o aea hsofc.t rea th haf1eg ad cros hnas be n sfin