The Gainesville sun

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Title:
The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
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
Creation Date:
July 2, 1906
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

General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 002027045
oclc - 32993937
notis - AKL4635
lccn - sn 95026969
System ID:
UF00079930:00876

Related Items

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

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IEPUT*WigY $)ITH OAPTo fle
u, C., N0,202, GAINESVILLE FLORIDA

MAY THI 4TH<4004, 1


Through tl'h kipdly guldanet of oi .
Ielaftal hther, It Sp aalnomta hoppy t sloi l ea6tuedawrt h of, llatA
prvlPll atd* duly "t preet to tI I tulmble from the wl dowsf tiritt, ei', rI
^IFKI0 9 .lloeof }H.
morenon lia report of 0the ell's work h!lt atarby
o S Kitib t mlih Chal4el oF0 t ThIs wa an tpec4 whar
Liks the tbiti eli"tiarerOqf ,the emi. on 0otretsury, but We wailli gy, ,gIyI
n soldier he nme we ham the o ,bill sopheerfully as though it, 1,i
Inoioto ea, or faipe has beon won, been poid,4ed for in the t,'egllhr 1 .
a 1M 1 Wl odtltie or be lo, by gram. At the. y p kme n a rl these, t .
ered devoi aop to doty. I)e erdd' by ln there was strewd to t hi v1t0,awiu.
some of our erstwhile friends, it sha veteranavnd frriht a grand, I r,... t
seemed at limes a qti~on u 'toand high ohowder. Naturally 'ef or* f

rieit fnom the forlt but f*tellig i lof our a hitevemettt in eretliton i
wy4 that right Is oil our side, and splendid ouonuwiet,. i,.wnoetime to t..
that junstise alot in the end be vouch. very near futpre we propose 1, ,r,.
elafed in us, we hare uphold ovir -bolt. piety the design by plathlwig arottll1 Iiu ta
nor., mnd propose I to tluintt to do so monntotnt a suitable oopitg. Th.,
as oSg a thie name and fame of the we shall plant evergreens and fluito
Confederate soldier lingers in our to connimemorate the lives and deeld ,
hart-. those who "aleep thealeath the l 'vtl
At our last conventilo Kirby 8mlth wherever hey may be resi.atg .r,.n
Obipter reported i n member ailt told. their labors, ,
fly -ittue of. omnetlhlig 'like a' "'sta. I dethi t plroper to state gtlnt it
chamber proceeditg-" at that onBvea.- packet" in the lower or base hmk ,
tioiv t certain number of our tmeatwrs, granite ws depoilte were a.llwed to withdraw and orga- of every co trlbutor to the mosoum' a.'
iita a* second chapter i.n iineeville. fund, however small. Alsw a li.st
and the evil that lhs been wrought in every veteran oit the roll of "SB IE,-
our town by that aet, snd will be donor wail amp" in aoineeville. VI0I6. 1al
Ia other towns where mCmilar condi- the name of every member of Kir-l',t
tionseitls,. if that Ie possible, wall S smith Chapter who haa ait "seehd' .
IlIe, and be naeaauraed.oly ,b lJe from u.
t.,mbu r of' tyear it is allowed to run. (On April tte tl6th, "Melnorial tDay
In conoseqpnon of that pot, and Ir, we had our usual ezeraoies, the 1il. i1v
medlately after the convention lut preparing onke Ik)laurel wrea May, 7 of our memberm'ilesignedt lio of which were distributed, togihrtt
body, 17 of whom paid up their dues, with flowers, on the gravse orf oair
and their resignations were properly veterans a nd on the graves of thbu T ....j t .dr-
rcorded. Tea of the number have A. t. Reterans who have been burioI a
never pTid'thelr doeu, and were striek. t our tetustery, as also on the grave, ri( T'
me from oea roll a In arrearsr" We of all veterans In the Jewish cemetery r +. li, Th.ry
egr lt tosea that three others have We also placed boquets of "red ai ul a Pr. ", o', Q..'. *,".. r th..
sine. resigned, white" on th' gravel of our d'eeeased ririo" r '!$,v 1.0 I't hI>,. h...fi.Ir at
All told we have hlst 29 members members. loltlh.tig .|.-'li.w t1o a1l nation att
ain our last report. I rejoice, how. This work was done In the early rn,.tneie 't..y w ,,, 1 hv I I" wak
'er, to be able to report that we have mtoralng, and at 6 o'clock p. m. we ht
added tu ourinemberhip some aplen. an eloquent and patriotic address front up", to d'', ls, t) ,'y hav n't tin" -to
did material, and today we have rs Hnot, yd L. Carter, which was well tlhinlk abo.t t.t oIt i e they ar
member, or two more than we had received .ad highly appreciated. Oqrlt
one year ago. *ot all of our creden. splendid monument was the theme of T FOUTH O JULY.
tials have as yet been sent to the Sotat all tongues and a feast for all eyes onH1 ...... .
regiartnr. at five of the later ones that day, as we hal it beautifullyd-c ,, Vk T. a tto N
oonld'not be completed in time for orated with our colors and fgtlse, andi a
this report, so with the "song of prefttslon of the ehoieest Itowers. T, 1,.1'av. n i-' ct-a d do you
l)tXl" In our hearts and the spiritt of Our pleaded contributions during kno.w wi d y7
barmony" In our ranks we are narch- theyear are as follows 'o Haaptpulct : i ,tIr.t. Fourth of
lam on to vieiory monument fund, o10; to frame frtor Ti 1' ay ,,,,T, *v free.dtm from
The first day to be observed after portrait of Gein. E. Kirby Sith i. l-nt.I pr~audl Elln aAi'l'i sway.
our last report was Jefferson lDavis' tie Ablbey t Hichmond, Vs.. 4:; toW- ,',heers i l,..m>it, this glorious
Day on June th.- 3rd, 1o03. hut owing 1att1i, Abbey. $ 60; to blind veter.mns, i y.
to eiertain conditions the exerlties $2;: for Mrs E.O Weed's portrait. The lehurch ,lo-! r. r, m.gi,,g a-:-w do
weredefvrred ita ut. ilt" at 'ia f wit fto Our'niional rat ii ,Tiai.alry, *W; L ^ro *< t ..
time there was held t the ice oream for State per capit tax. $7.10. ;
parlors of Mr. Mason a makieal enter. 1 Itaddition to these amounts wi T'lhr r.m'uhv.mr a. o!irtigi H t'chkne (f |
tainment, and at the same time lee have paid out during the year as ini. t
cream and cake were sold for the bo.- dental to our year'i work the .urn of h t ;li, j :0 ,i t, f14e i i thi,
lit of our monument fund, and the M42.4, making total of cash paidt hit.r t, .n
nug su of 114.15 was rHltled, not,. tInee our last report aof 01.131 ui. ttat h i. :, '.1 h, --0 ou
for that purpose. we still have enough ih our treaory To r Uti,, tu.. ( i, ,,rii F'.,,rt h o i.,ly
O)nr main work during the year was to meet all .marrett demnatsdi ,f the .'st fr*.y ,lr.itJ irt >r ..o 5to a re.
devoted to the railing of pufflivot year. .... ,,
funds and the eretion of a lasting (On account of the depletion in our We ar- 1h ~h **,t. ot h.t,*rty b",nd'
n.ouinoent to the memory of oour ranks last May, It was thought beetby (Jr .Ptalerd i, wavi;g-atd do youa
totmLfederate dead." This monument the chapter to reduce the amount t. k To h wi h,. ''rl,,ourth al July;
la madGeofGrgin granite throughout. thei "Old soldiers' Home" to fIQ, bu f'Iu I k, the AiitiiKPFy for tIrh, o.ln
ttmounted with a l fe-4it bronze figure, w arMe now happy to say that we will h.uIl ltghi'.
equipped as an Infantry soldier. mad Ineleae It aain to the oripin.l Are wa ,.v uIrl>t.h,.Tr with (o, 'r4so
eosat *1,000. Ib our last report for amount t.( $20. Irs, I.U
19w2 we had l00;tn which we suoteed. Early it the life of our chapter we O)Ur wprmi t.sr i tllwtnta-gtnl dod you
edl(i adding enough to pay for the Inaugurated the historical feature of T rl t t )rat e.s of the
monulnet ai soona0 e sre'ted. and be. our work, and have kept it up conitin- Firtlh of ,I.ily
fort it was unveiled we had receipt in to1slyto date. It is now our eialtllu AItttghotlh tti.ly ar ngotnie, >tep qolitt in
fill for the entire contract. On the to hold one regualr buctaine m aetiaB g 'I h l iha ellt .
day ofunveilling, whleh wam .lo the each month. and a liltoricat meeting Y" iit i t hfar l. fe an'ta
immortall Lee'e birthday," we had every two motnths4 These nieetingsare
very elaborate exercises, and a large greatly enjoyed by the members, and, ALACIUA NOTETS.
ta-otf theol eran an will become more interesting, s it fu '' .... -
1riend, everl thoand perOn at- ersoital rmlniseeiene of, the irtna Marriage of Twp Popular Young Peo.
tending, during which time the no- and tribulations" of the old *oldierM ple-Persoral Mention .
elintg waa dnte iu a few but well as We may be able toinduce th. par ilaun .a .-Iarried. at the
citien wordsbay ote of our' datugh- a to pr prf ais. ft was r 9d k f r a t
F. otiyl, Jreat pleasure to s to read at oar last rp.ttd9.ee t(a thu, Ubrld.-'i pareniti. Mr.
tert Mrs J. F. MeKlitstry, Jr. metting the beautiful hitorical piece. +and M. W J' t'ali. Ma s i',f
Immediately after followed a splegn- read by MilrBawvlsd' at our.lie cort- 1 |{)e to "trr 'Wi' tliy .f Ward 1
did address on behalf of our chapter ventton. entitled, 'The Neileit'.d Bat. at Thn..tn. l .. ', ; ... r .
'eld.o Orland,, a., wi Jar o,.iu.o.,t1t: r t' .,t.:... : ,, '
!I. Palmer' of O)rlando, Fa.+ which ladies of this conventin thatt Kithyi ,E Stcraugtf*lw has jourehased the
teemed withl patriotlo stmtmhnent, and nmith Chapter is enlisted in tho work j, .t ~htt.ltlid rechl.ts,,. an4 witl co"n
by whom the monument wki tendered of a noble cause. and like our honor rt' -. .a '* I f ,'. twee rui.?
to the veteran. Thou followed that d he. o ho havl gotut beftn ru i y tt i'ra -
llrand ld veten' oldifer. Ge l who gave their live in defense oif our idt"ct arid the' J". S tet Coipaps.y
SRobert Bullock of o deala. ela.v tn aleOuntry, so we intend to dev''.tt .,ur stpre, frotutug V.a at tir,.t,
Slatlnte.and if eed heo our livesind he. Mrs. T. Fowh-r as M'r, J, 1'.
neftt, m.prt and appreehttive addres.s fenblnag their memirles, ]n, their lin'u tf ..o'. iatl.r tar. staitui.t Mre
the veterans, many of whta e bowed M ltResuecituI s submitted. I. C4 A. Willeat, o
, formawere+, pl'eunt, lad w;hoi eyel'retidetmt. to hre. May Emntery ,


were moved to teanl ais thoughts of the ... .. -
4Old dayor '61t to '* eame" over them.iiri'[t R t iIL
Jast ftser the monumientwras .*- V 8 C V tTABL SILIAN
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Mes Vci Shoes, Ooodyear welt wre 4.00,
LadiMo' Patent Leather Shoe werO 0 a
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)Our egultr I 25 and 10 0 Shoe...... ... ,
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Our regular :3.50 Pantat ... .... .




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those in need .of anything ti: tit
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BI FIRE IN PRS DP 13 VA,.
Office lral. .at t kI Make. Capture Athi
INSANE ASYLUM ,. a ,,

Florida Hospital at hattabhooche,' '. '
Il D alger.l ( 1 I1., I i .tlt ', ToI, II III '

PATe~NTS ''WERE ALL RIMOVED 'nIt. ., .., ,. Ti'*''' l
- Fi'r, OD tiroyv d ,jh Laundry an*d iEl!c- tt,,,!Lnil I* *
t ir Plant.-Tnh Slate Sustains ai (' "' '
Great Loss, but by Heroi; Wdrk the aI n
tiltlutionr Itself W Saved. i 'i,
'1.I% *r J lli Ltoi, tla ., uly 1.-. 'iart, I d I i ,.,
rI, l i t ;.I < r i i i" ,. ;I j .
was il teovertril Kt' ll oI t'eluk llis oi cI inr s
lio(rnintg in llithu lvtii llou ir |h i i, plait i r I .
thie .l rirl Ia tl).lpittill tir the 1 lanm e ri i ,it, ti,. '.* : .;,;; ,, '
lilt. lSt |ipro ait ly 1 rig(iall'l l ti'illt'i# in h ," -, .S-, .
doyt.ing rOOli,' lid lthl taliiltdry latl, I ''i I'' '
*asti i powl er pl 0r. sill lee.tr>ia lightili I n ., t,- ,. ,, ,
plisto tar a to i lbl h ll, hospital t; 'i' r 1 i ,,, ii ,p
litatli ,ng ignliltedi e'Verlt imes, bll, by ,. I,. ,, 1.
the hbirole wtirk of tIployei i nlid a few f, I !,, i t, Ill -,.1 4.1 :t '
'j ilt.Keltls, it was Vinved with coliapara- ,.x ii ; I ,, i i ;,
tivh ly litltle danm gi. Ity proil it i f 1 i, ,
se'sirt il hta it p- i litiit wl'ro f ft iil h iu l t 1>\ il,,I t ,..r i .r i ,. .
mnvriet frouii at bi uilin ng ill tie to!
prevent injury tio anyoie Every. V YALE WON FRESHMAN RACE.
thing its under complete ouitrul.
-...... i Contest tween Oar:,),. of YalP ci'd
All Oruggists i. H-aLll'd.
Ask theo readers (it his lmpttr whonr N, A I.iliip,'i In I'lyi
iteillgi witK ilh idlldl('i l nliii S r dyi.>iel !toli alia iv. i 1: 1 h> h \7, '-
it .a l i t hl mi nti i tf .' o f K ol D yit ) spepsia ("t are. It yo- I tl 1' mi ,it" '-.I" I tl i l % I 1 'I, ,1 ,:It"
knrtow tile valti. of this rm1a'a-ly as o rlv l ill' 1 *
know it, you would not suaftr another Vok, ''1lt, I'!- i '
d a y K i u t ll p |.. l l n ( .ii.l a s (,h r- aa t t c ll" l 1' -h. rl 0 4 1i I I I I I t
tttth Iiig ttS itl. a d 11 tioimat.la ldtlingK lIth t g a 'i .... ',, nI ,it
iat iid as wldl. It t" shtdna personatty iasraae II ''. ; i' .
by hundltreds of (iople whom l It htais Iy air! TI.
lti ralid of indliBsrtloni,la yip po1ls, alilpi- fr i .i, i
latilen of the hpart anm llltth i trlItb. .,
1ep Re liorally. Kotol 1)i i a i I '!tire.1 h r' i"
ili i's i wg t t yOU eil. t lt t ifst'le s il. larittit i i, i i t, r I P, h .'
pat rllt1 il and strilaiatteiilig. l '4 itl. tiifi+fi iir i htlow' I ih.,r
... ... .. .. r('ili ,' 1i I i It Pi, Th i ,I ii ?.k..'
MEE-TINGSOHOOL BOARD. wila'. ,t'iiiil, .\ !!I# ,' t Lin it Il
Convenedfor Purpose of Closing'"Up lri, l;. il !, ", p!t i. in 4: 1
Financial B tlness .for Year. i ,il,tIII) I i,,. ,,. ..... i ,, ;
,I ill ;!th lli leink their cluse of the' ,i-'i.t 'i n it .\' 'iri n'a t! '
shohilatstic year, thea lItard If P'i ltt i ii tIain l ;i T :i!, .. .. 1,1' ,I ,P
[istructliei held Its regular aatiraal ht i 'tili Y t 1li i, in, !'.
sion for ti! ipur|post e t wilidiiK g up tlhe i ta I IIll t o lI llt iIIW1 i ui>
fmivntial and otlhir affer trst f til hell oti y l :li.' ht 't rl rrat t r i :. h ,, i r
f,,it h t y r, 'r tilalr 'i" it ai-ltii,, h.p-h-i'i'i' .iiri :
eitmidtratlhe iti trt-or t taS itattilq tilh aedl Ii ark. Ym la'' Wi lti'"nt by half a b i,.'h,-'
i 1i p' lik ri .'-'ioill iietf lie.' li'ttK* A
r nr'.4, i or tlit i.' .ff ilt work kill IhP 1- 1 SafeKuaerd the Children.,
pelet of ofe riatilig thiu aoh ilt o lilf N witw lisltallling all that ias dIaili by
).*tr was mild liet dfi iti related ide. wf hi d Iii b.hi lrt ir.-
that thai f i.att htave i.'kae cnrliic lid ti tl' t h lt l v rlil y *
a r -.iutnloi 'llinl tom i i ab litas 15, b5 el- i i. llin pd persiiis. thle, d stalt rrat.e alnon
Kiliilt with I tliiettyl' mainall ehildrei ii very ligh i diirilig thti
hoit weatheir of the sauaif'r moaatl in
Piles Upon Top of Piles. to lhalrgwe 'itis Tlher lin t lprobaily
l'e l- t up1o1 n toll of 1-41 of peiolil i titlie Bie a of howel eoitiplaitllt il a hun-
hli iI)..Iil nd i.l. I n< \\ it eli 1 r.. ,t ; th tiawe er.tIat c. r ua hi nlt i riSt cai.
S+'1+ S I +irs llltrit Therep itl. iimanly ,Cholerli. rtla nd i a larrlh ta II.nledy.


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W. are going to be more liberal than evein 1904 to user. of lop 00oAf, Nq t e"a 'it lt0,
Lioi-IleadI cut from the packagon. be good, a* herotofoilt, "or th, valuable prel W "
have plway given outr ustomers, bqt .' .

In Additionto the Regular Freo Premium
th e am0 Iloon.lead! will etltIll you tbo stlmato l It our O*jpo 0
ako iomse of our patroM4 rich menu aind et Yos oa" ps d n as y t 1
---.. TWO ORBAT OONTOiTrSTS -
Tho first contest will bea on the July 4th attendance A4 tt ib *. o wlf W '1rf1 FJl tbe I e ll Wi ta4 tbi
YVot( For PreIdeint to bt cat Nov. I. IO4. *o,ooo0o0 will be ditributed 0,oooo.oo o Ule twwo, and, to mla It still mor ltiert 4in, in 4dditti s to titsa aImoilt, t4 4W"11
Brod FIRst Prin, -I f B000t004 11100 W Y00, 0
Five Lion-Headsd Mots

Coffee Packages and a evew Lionp Cofe Pe
2 cent stamp entitle you, al The a cent t
(In addition to the reg- co er the 'expMn a
ular free premiums) Sm oor eks dgmet
to one vote oIn' you that 100
either contest: ki__ m e
WORLD'S PAIR CONTic T PIOg ltI TIA erVOs"N
W iAtwllbe t1 0Olpi Juldy 4 dIlldtame a tB A Pt. What wo be"tt i t i i. I
WY i.. A At Chi"al ^ Juaty'' (t"" t ace a to"" ct Ctit t i f > V T!.,1
or nieritl correctly astil r1cel,414 a Wo *olBi C tip tl Sritt
Surst.t o ... t e i. '. ; r tn .

*8 o -"-S 0 ............. ...... :1 8 ""I43 *,NS.:': "

21 .9 1i .. ... T AL. .S0.o. o 0 13.0 PSS.. Ii

427 9-PRZE8---4?1
Distributed to tht Publl-e--fr1g1til 845,000.00-lm sdittIetow0h w*i shabti
to Grocefr.'Cierrs (se@ art olsied ONCF W WUEes")prig iNW,
COMPLETE DETAILED PARTICULARS IN VYRRYPAOKAQ OP

WOOLSONION CSOFFEE" Or
WOOLf-ON SP-CE CO., (CON .Y... ...'tOtaris


It ti trrnt kinda of litlo's. lhtt if youi g tI For esale lby atill drumgia tes.
i:, g itti Wita ll origila ial \'0itt. li t'! ww'
' 1lt'v, nihd' by h. C. lIV Wiatt 4 (:r of LA'CK WILT ItNI.,VIOUS.
i at;.aoa.a a cure i r tii A !i. .
Ct l ,tfl r '.t y a itI Lt. 1 itt i;ll. L;e C.t. Cr t lMay On Cut -
1, 24) Yea r iti.41 lVW il li i 't ii:'I I v I"
a' ar-*i iti> afltir everything (i I 'rA;A A, FLORIlA.,
" 1 y ilt aI drugglits. '' T '. t I t i"
P.AILWV/AY BUILDING IN U. S. ''. : .. ... .i, i \
Constry;ttcn for 1904 Shrws a alli.g t it l' .'l i l ti" '
.. .'ai 'P a Liq ors and Cig Pars
Oiiii h"l t it i' i ?" 'h. ,i. i I.''aifl i I*httar :'irffu 1
I II t U.ni.Tn, d StJi iu vwm l l I, ig t a bnI
of ia onstilhl of 19011 Ph u ii f atPl ll tlig pto ri'l ih l r .plt h, 'I Fh e a1li refill alid dt 1ial iatt onion
off in nm arlTt lon with t!. t ii n i ", 'q"i rr p ryli' f .ir ti aI i to itl ortlers Filli dlay rei eived.
aIn periods of 1190. and 190:1. lncratle craahtp d arr 'ti, platlit'tl'td n thI s ctli a Ie I
operatIng exicitre and rlu ersond traf thib ye.ar The only re.mreldy uget. p v '
flc. rn itlin t I'n .Inat l Ir rt liriIiie with any hopo of resialts t rf a Price oi l at
,tethr wlih tihi on(in'frl I tr,ip (-v tatlon of eropsiand aresting and build. Oh, it Makes Me Smile i L ..'..s r p l
in hr I.T itrl'.o ti ,tw IIIp of the soll. 'rThe acreage i n W fr m fA al-
pr'inat n ntf .(t .'+nI. I this ,rnity has ben,r, red lrtiItil talia year W hi.K h fr n* 1 O a.gal-
t !. tlAouti :i p, t ai; ,t. 0nlit tU i. "aid t.1 P 1 l ; Ioll ip. ( lilw h nmitsl aG-
r '' I ,. f-iiiy as i gr at in adjo on ..ri' r
', i. ,Ith, the ePin of the wilt ., ,'BUGGIES AND WAGONS.
cro 'p t- ',; ;. p '. 5 PiI Itt. hap y ho i Oit r ou
k, ,, !,;.,, .. 1, ero n e ..i .. ti,%.; Ix -11 n A 141l i. ,a,,, 111O l Y ou W h 14 *IP Fr* '
2 .'_,0 I J^,t i.'.h't,\T| Indigestion. C. C PEDRiC K'
Ci C. PEDRfCK THOS N RAY
fl II 1. 0 j l'- : ..r pa r oif 14111 t a 4 tttiiente, torpildity I)f tli; it' d'er '-o- ) PL PALA ..A.
It at l .ia a. ta titloet of .he Ito-ar, rUS i t 'a' i ,t .. .... R Y W i
Chserfully Recormended tfo Rhei. poor hIloaoi, headache. antid ntitr nor. it ltr:,i\ ItIltiY a i ii. (.- ritowAi l a ......
m atiamr v tl' yiitlttnitns., Salloth w skiat ftlil t I. L G I. It A r : J' ull 'ptiisrlr I ,h f)1 I ,' V -hi. t i .'n N .. rt
41 t gIi .,,, 1 l'r iltvtv teole a li r th ai ,d l otis>t t __ _ __l___i_______rlA___ r___ rth l., o ds.rh.hlt n E t bwI Ias ,
4).-'.. lo ;.t f Abgut ^lk v t" l w Fi t h e 4,111 Ni.o -1eat l wid 1ha.
Slt.. i up f,,r ht,.r l,1 i it I wit ldl. ptrepad and d..-eirtdctiv. #ialy WI 'll t r t l
I :ttt'?talt i.)i i t tIi. cured iitc t ll rhiI ne Lrm'0ttnta. t al Iur rall. Sltral l.l,
c IIt i.hi.A*t, lay tp1 1, l at l I I a a ,e TI ro.ttlari slrthl, .1111 t ie tld l w petslll M [p Fill lka ilil
..., '.-,iht f i + n' il. PI a ltI i.t. i il" I IIon*.' .' e f ntil p lrt hi Mth s1
nti ae iFl rt irmt I t ag"
ar. IhliV1' RE ME 1 Commercial a tituti i


fa 1 :40141SL, h IV 1- J 16n(4 wlHat
I, jInrdsTt ILiim. Zj PH'dilo, 'aI l':vin or M
S"REMED Y ............ "

out 0t-, r iev tI', n e k 1i linetrght, sit t It" use
iw it, le ld I address 1 1,1 ii|. I
l .fih 'N b 1i4iR, H C tL y T .ON i n, Mi
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: l ail + i + +ii i; + : .


FOR''


YOU
Drink.
.JL l 'l l BL 1" ...I:" ;1;1.


METTO is a deliciowU,
freMhing biveOm mi
from rile. S.w 8 aiw+.tP
Berrlis. Absolutely t r a
from p id,'. )V
(ugs.' vtetto stnus
the liver, flasltey' te *i

bladder. [akes those *
gast perform thetr t.neu
ion in'. '1 natural wi
tliereby keeping the si$th
inpertaet rnd he.yA Y

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whouit vli atso t 4 t 4e atan ey oapi'

edywfi W es cpi %g ii se

$ ~ orf lalphara l a'd J. I' e
# M aaa ." virs to1, -o

jAkos. I0 "t I oo p iT ialorn, ,



e aw i:lanithen01 the et1 y yeser-,


ol ori e W iiae an -r ie
Wies ef Waldo frenrt red
-1, lliewtth a (op#,Ing villt iei
S l Nintoh, a pro.peroti. fa me :
woo 061d e1rsu'or of o looitidale,
NW e betls vieitor to she o(ntral

li los 10 Ift.ailnms of LoIob i.
eef at he *tn ,pmsptl*4as sod ihmpar-
t0, Ws Iane.
l. M 00 eer, who Is lUmgaged in the
J l,* Is WM, W n ni
SPm l ,WOtimt wathus Weshonsa, was in
tlt- .5 yeoteIday. 'Mip. Feaser hasb
0 s tely foeowni from a stubborn

'*f J oto of Armeer, one of thel
"A^ "I".mo 16 orp0 It
b stadSe( h ue9 latht of hty. setutaena


Sa,00 Me* -. 'I. Djuht' nd. adtwo
Sih lak OptilW e were in tbe
P 1 f s'Iaw I Oay s. iday. They
as^ Wthe. afhtohesis ftei Jakeoonvllle,
t f htao utte : ieviihVtit.g frind1s.4



ii r wu owns a beitif.
helmeiat WhoaehrWhIV tin the,
^" .1 eopwtm ta make hii deper-
,* sr Ir aayr 4e 0tor Carlsso'n,
*U ViIe W oi ho will uilt i aigitlo Mrs.
il $wwo40 6h116oo for* few days.,
Mt .ad .p. T. PDkstt f ,d w.
PM honr$iswsre Rhteteg tie promhtalae Wesl
abM pepioWis favored Osieeville
aa WIth a i| gesepilal. Mr. Plekot I he
PI o O Werae iert it the lir of,, T. l i.
I thi SIe, ut*aeefeturess of y.i.
Re ayio el!Uat a, twh o s a pweuom.ful


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the $ plated j
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)tompfi I Opee
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Tb p pr*d~
5 i~i.t pest

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isp,
~ he v e h
a Mitkeltrios
Aii~ r1emariiW f


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S tUHga~ Spih
she laos^^ MCh


"4 AmO Site visitor, too oiaeswtille
S 4 f ie d'p wasr Thos Owen. of
r Hlkt $rigi9 trusta of the estate of
*. l0, Wirwbiry. Mr. Owaus we for
OW ti'st| i rsdtl o.f UaIleaUslhl
S-:-i asy'''friendstoiree I aa
p0ag atas. of exeeptslobal biapine

a J QB I .! of High Spri.m, one.
A of aliM e seot lRierp on the At-
1 illutim C t Iew. w in, the city for a
iw fie ihoot itnlray. Mr. Quinliti
i stt.that ibth wife s nd ehild twa have
*6 Mto Chauteuqua .ke Ohio, for a
few W e lieKiMiquntly he feel somne-
WM Whe etli t bhom.
t 'l LS. I. jMitson -and daughter,
Alma ,dparTod yntrdawoy tfo Portsl
:m *lh Vs. wherer try~ wilti nmal'n for
It eWN. l 6 1 wotheS.ho shotiesi Nfof thie ftor.


iB floltettlooth Ns. rihasost oid daeih.
ts, r to teav.Wf a br thele of sthe iiiinrn.




















N 01e0sA n't pt an.
fltout 'at.
ite Frleds wish them a Mea ant Ioen ourn.s
.will T SI llston wei.re w onw g the filters to
S iti Iltyc esIra. will be rt'mee.a
g wlated that0Mr. Mod Ott \V welsk.-
day. d!y ad She laforten o to fall from
a i" hs | o.os, wheh rendered hint for. a
Sh tint tUeooelots, end from whihd he
1is. *uitimedl slight Injuries. The in.
Wity tlreie,. however, did not prove of i a,-
a oh Ihicaswltsve. nod the vlotlan Is agaite
aCd ll a lNt.11, t aa o
' iJI- IHOB. J. F. -:Townsend of Caipville,
asan of a.fof the most proreive06 citi05en of
" bhe "ut 15nd., eiad wtorla trycitly
Isi eIen noanlaliit4,d eaint oossntm!liowtitr
w*ll f bltm eh. dt+tris0, was ii the city yes.
!its I o ,lay ani made The pIii uI aItr.ceable
iOwe pll A Btownsiesl,. fornuerly of
s .h hoonty bu t now of Waihult, le.

l;1614. ftoisly bd thaft s"el mi0,fort nto'.'
t at p bt wif ad eon fromr typoi
Is^ we. sr. Both d.id withIn s "eek'l titm<,
t Wo (l>m saad tsIhe? bloW, doubly j revee
otR isd Mtr. tw 1sde' frid friends mpa-
thiam blldeplp U W Ulu. hi.;"11,-' .


Ki S I I i, i+ ,W .+ r "* ','' ,",,r 'i .. .. "...... .


h$$p.. relleR:e""lit i,,. ,'t,,c.' *,).. + "mehe ui p Dayl... ,-
s u. .... K' h th )' e hl han. e es a pkwelrj h Jdi
I la 4ffuWr t d t .*e+''( e t r ede' ino cc too fari 4''vte oMW I0 a Dn'W
.. l "iinw a',l e 'rUy .i' te', ee .i.,e," etued.e renYlmarkl Jsdge .I. o. Mi .
thet lWOeph 16are la a 0 l e ""r1 e I!,it 5 s it hi. alloe 0 adtro two rec Ully,
lktp ath|itlI*, hee. P*U. t1 r't re a he shifte dntri (Iid Virgtln @heroot
p fs 'tc fee a e w A, 4 A o r .lr i' l" rr tUl.tII Ohs e t of i9 a itthi4 to Ifi
ape. il', I.'i Se irh f me l di A.Ind-trla tidthisleapfao a

<9Wbrf Ar?1,0T0 ar, I*'' *to liorld into (e irIt s(mp that
f" c .e a oii e itf I i tese people have beenf w tl o ed
el A Ii*i: .,h r h,.ma.r ,e oft te their a blrtin, *ald thit hitey bhsl
Me sitsete tI tl Ic i t c R.' r i ee f afrtivnd at titeoonalustlonm has nt.
*;e.a.hsn ln e''.sy+ 4t-Ilp, y o. in)lt blis lsIo' Ja just elerly what It A
tsereleyf|as". Jn+ekieji lit'. 5 ha.' 'Ic" hbel s eaaoked up tu I. fur I tree filed ltlilo
a R.'.te new vmre in difroo e tase*s tceala.1
lio 1ones l,!1" ilete-4t It Ii. 4ileis wil t I .t 'rise Judige ,ertil y ilasi sat$ eye to,
h14i1111ity et) J4ek st!lle,. d taste, ti h .la t. In sho alsoely of itgnl
hthhi llermani t i..*. l.lugh It jdIoe he. reorvls .he lawful right to
c hoped tsed hie ae li et .uelee tit'O titon people selgvler Is lhb holly -it",
Ihtal Iee frpi i, kes'.. i l f., ,ay ,while his pr sie asnan tltortliff iVSi
the snaittl e....t* ".IA ,**' .. ..eefl hima athoriilr to separate iiles-Mad
nlacihlelri',.it .1-0r.i4 e h .i le- i ry. i rt h hIe has we far bfen very fiqocesfrsil Is
hil su >esent the,. ew tlf(ll i t me tr hitt., ,
*01m S"nwIif.' [t'a HU.i : THE DOLL SUILDING.
V. 0 0 1,0 rl st et giei,(ttr, M l'..ais ...
inle. 1ets in tlhe iy itetin .rt'lanr vsp. Foundation for Another Handsome
ettdrtty. Brick Now Being Laid.
Rew Mlif Vastevr, Irm..e.r of 'st. it.p. There foundation for the I)il bulidinl,
tlit 41ihureh at At.Al.ohuia in uWlle which will bo anaiothoer valtiable addi-
ylesslrday. siotesn toaineavillp's business houses,
Whihl hilihous tRett, ('eilr?.hrltaiin'e is tlow blling laid.
lit6mbehh sti l.tirver rT'stil.. i',r e' Tie. building will t located on 1ti
hy ili rilrsil't e Mail Sitieet between Sat llnraomlt eind
Write t or ,ell a, W ti rttpI.tl,, 'hletfer buildeiit l. Its diieas 'tios *111il
-V in.e4siville. V ia,. f,'w teie l..,iX.ral tet ;Kt78 fest. ellse it(r. with p(ilete
chi'i., n.ed c 'i ..K lWaie frot. It will I.e an otnatmins0 Pto
.W. T. lltryae, enitd (it' f KeirIweoml i that e1otioOf tihe oity.
were viileIra tei the er y -,rtertlay.' The wolt, will be da te under the
They are ~,te knw1liinw e, ii. ret alr imaiy dird tiu at uf A. K Wil'tntolek, who
friend's her#e. states Iiati he will lInish the tbuilihin
Stephll l)Dmplier oft lhlane., 1uIi'4 of' wiltin thirly days. ltideor favorable
the o'ld' It aetd thout w.tlly known oedihtinl.s
re elde of thaeet etio., was trailingAPPOINTMEt -

,Mi., L R. Meansldel|arlt dyst.rAity W. H. Palmer Succeeds E. Voyle a*
for Fort Whie. wliere mhei will spend a I Referee in Binkruptcy.
few days with irlltit.' .Mi'se attl W. l, 'lnme.'r of this city ha4 1iel1
alto rsturnild from Fort White and Bpointed by tils Honor Judge Joe. W.
lhigh Spritsis yesterday. Lbooke of the lited States Court as
II. J. Polter of Titoga, oisemrmtenld. reftler itn bankrupt for ihO e untiesI
int of the Union pltuloe*hlse' iin,ei. of Al inachn,. Mariol, iradf.irdl Maid
paued throvghe the hety yeOaelrdly e. i Lake, *uld hs entered pod htil dutscls.
rouitel horm to Oala. whetref Ie will Mr. Pantmer 'eceedii E. :. YVylet,
spind a short time with his family. rMeigned, who hl helld thle p I.iiutn
S, ld th i wilth effienlcay for isoveral years.
W. I minall of Waldo wHO Il the
eity yesterday. Mr, St all hIa rvoe, A Pleasant Party."
ly tpurchn.d alathle. ,prerv frn ''he inss 1 ntie li of the Married I.*.
MIs seed Mrs Pal O. Ilae. .t .alo die' ,Whist cleh w lwa ~tel at the ele.
end ame to hae the deeds rc..ded, gtes home Of is. J. T. Perelval. West
Conductor John II, Carter tf lith Main street. N. There were a great
Gaeinvillei and ,(oi'lir, whoi rjidie at many preset, anld the game of pr,.
Fairfleld. was in the oilty yesterdayy, gresive whlet was played Ile a mist in.
Cap tai. Crter lhas been at work es ead- spiritlg alnd exoitling nutnner, thei la-
lly for iaeveral Imonhliia., i ll.l proeesils dice ipaniftistiig a great deal of enthllt
In a few days so Iskeu a vacation, viasn. It was a well-played gale.
The reportof'Kirby Smith Chape'r.I and athS conclusion it was ascer.
[U. I. C, which was retad at the *i. talked that thefirst prixe. a halldiomeI
1ual oonwention of the Flotids dvios. wedtewoodl doain pitcher, had been
ion in .Lke City last May and whielvh won by Mr*. iislioJs., while tihe conm.-
app.rs I ioday' son. Is plubihe.d toy nation plrse. a Japanese fan, tell t tshe
special. etelort Kirbey Smfte Cap, lotiIfr'Ja sMaKiry.
MeIr Th report hael Kir tlien pri.attd ..ireahi'e nts were served i a newI
In paniphlest form for distribleti+n v itnitelu manner. beie g a nsew f er.-
amonag Sh chapter, of ilwt- State. 1ere al the elib parties. While there
were a great niany good thing daintily
Ohiis. Longmnn eof Jlilsh Sprins. E. prereed and well servdi, the most
K. Roebolrough of Windsor, Jsustice 3. unqt4e were large beit peppers tempi
A. Tlooker and John lunch of Ito- ingly stualTed withldeliie>oussalad.,
chelle, and It. W. (rittlu of Micanopmiy.
were in the ilty yvsterdfay, -Mr. Itos. Mr. Micson's Hard Luck.
boroutigh i* the clever ferer's.eeiateve of o r. .c Misu .. cc. th 'ld emi.
SJ.eknvile whole cer ploes orf l Merohait a ('.. has
house,.a phdig h trth been pi ylsg ill very unfourunate luck
he.mw dfor the isst two days.
J. Feaster h o h Wai i"f (t tiove Park, J I.. Slaw and in Florida ondr that Isit twti dal y a I
enJoshu. oft alhrtehcs,. i, A.. Lasei tiently e ntearkel Mr, Mixon. "ty
drfe of iirbanklt. fth .a el{uc alnd family have 'Jjtmpnet' i.e for a visit of
EUigllne Walker r;ifttih !Spreillssind J.* a ferw weeks living t ie, a wid.sower.
M. Ihaw of leeoker Wetre ao.lla tioi e Just after their de rcp ureete o fae my
,ho favored Oa>ts'etifle. Sit, visit fet, horses di,.d, aid t fore tie. car.
,iterday. Thshe att Srr was ee ru'ti.R t cthase Wiacold i ecnh w whieh haleec, a
Ardia. where. he. swilcl iutil friectr| foe futhrtefl trirnd ie the enmtter art giHnin
a few days. milk got int zxd. ep in. a leeniel. I my
Mr.aced ,Mrs. (.', lihehe s deiurt d elel"e se tIme',L'cttry mied nes d remIsc d
,yesterday .tor Leou viili, w' rW te the lsaferr' ariio,, kci.'c it "'
former, whoiis pre+t'ncele t itf the fHri of Mr. lllixc ,is ha.1 c''rleittl ee I'tn a
It, i. IHI. ig sh c Lei i >ticcfaftieaalr sr< ,nt oreatere oef iniiftonr1ii |cl. ha t t le friends
eider and vinegar, was failed teicrC'. itee'(r aeyirnietthy, eitl]etwthtalieleincg iie.
side Cit the anntmls eleibng ,>r takes itl sti a. l ge -"aentefodly as aesy
. eltl.o. .- ,, nane t 11 i whe *5 (ii tl.ttc'dl illtd.r U.'
board of dilcr'trs. From l.'ettiiiille sante eilr>c>i.ee.tpu.i,


-i ". e'-ai, wIele. Kiln taviie ii! 'r. 5II )ii
elnd. where Itaer sli will Set jined by
her luaband. Ilefore returniti( haetnmi
they tpetkwt to visit thee rStC li.t, ls fair
:and other pqlits of it c'ist, Friend'd
wish them a pleat su tu t ,er,
I .P'ot. J, II. tUoltet of Waldo. n' ofe
Alachlna onnty'. nmoet Oimnipetent
ned upoiedbefullherepr arivrted its the
*sty fonlt 1'alatsk Fridty i0ilhti, where
he hI beth for thet iast three or four'
daye..,I L'r. ,ole, i' now et' mployIed
he tt.j,.s.erit y Mutuail life llisTitrsce
hn eof B ainthaemtti, X. Y in
the cMpscity of district ,s imagery anid
-reports that he ip pr*rv sing ,ain tihe
work writh t*ueens. lis scidlqaUrrta .
will be, *"(ihtsvle, Imit 't w ith ke
ne'Malry for hitm i ,t4 ci etttiderable

IA I' i ^ ;. -' 1 1,1-.. 1


Former CCitcen DeMad.
lnftoranmatlemi lao r-rse'h.d lhiO ,ity wef
tho dtiL u(o Anm P. IMrIn. whieh
sad tevcet oehentrril Kt lltrj, l.ta4,mrat.
Ala on the+ leth, cirt, h.eeetiixed
leaves x wife And one' daphtlher. Sil
Wvas Welt knllo.twtl ill t1164 *'(tit, haVi (ig
resided 1' rt foir many years Te the'
berekv'Vd IctfijY ThBe Soit ath rxred s4m.
eere ympeathy. ,I Martin. wif. (if
thm',dctecellssdpd., Was iat -nly ieti.,f if
htr. Chic..>, l~llitlesrie.foameihrilr ofr hi is
eity blit inOw r.iitdiicKn l.its i e Mih.
SJatnsos lIti!g dplprted ytatenKtsy ftee
tr atnnah'a,. where' htio- i"Adti ion
rematn&in aDg old friteund for t fIw
d e. li iI'my ils oo Rs tt e Isk 1Ml, .
41. whsrMs, niiseg is reelaoiongr(l'
for the *smiaatre. *;*..*,. '


WINS HIS S




Vn *4o000oo WAS" AWARD ,$

DOalpeio Was Made in United *Ilit
QOurt. In Which W, I. Ioung W"i,
Rlsere--De0lsion a Big Thing fi
Oainlevillp Dlstrict.
ite1 'TlIa.UseIojn of iat urd4ly hMi
the foJlowiug o say, whlichl will Tr; l
of l iter i to 'he pleople f ((;&it.al,
viii, .++
"In She pao .of W llanmpten l
the Unit&ed 4i0sel eot urt, a trustee l
the Gainvllel Oraded *d suti i. 1
0ehool vs. th r ITilltsod state fldlt
and Uuaranty Oompany, il which W.
B. Young, roofre,. deold4d It favor of
the plainsilf, reoonredin ndlthat dam.
*fle ion the um of t.l .> be5 nl I
od, 'nul IO whiiish tIIdinKgs the lefeB.
dinas t@eopted, the eolurt matsH an
order ma1kilng the findiling tf the rof 1
inr* th jUdtgmepnt f the oierit.",
It will beit ran.wibred tht,thij ease
Owae suit l which ihe trutees of the'
(lmiieaville traded and nillh School
wtere the plaintilTj againL thb ,
LUulitd fatles Fidelily said (u rnnta 1
(Ctlisnj. bondm a nti ttir the control. ,
Rort of lite tuildnin. Tti ,oiti raci M
tsken fur the oconstreiction of the
flainvesille tirad at a orrilin priod, hlle i(eoiractu.re boe
ini4 under lond, et. w the* ltrtlstfea
were uome.llede|d to p>ti up several
thouusid dollsro teI rtmnplitliuI.he s-a +
Th4!6itilbo hkwa be pendingii for thoe< lAt
thiee ear..
HAPPENINGS OF MELROSE.
Notes of People Who Come and Go.
Other liens of Interest.
hiMlrole. July t-The' total ratiifall
for the monuh of J ter. wa1 N 1 St inehls.
Mi Frlossiet ;orpew it.rft ft Archer
yesterday ito )" Krionl l aeit a w'eek
visiting frirnda.
Mfrs. .. JulMoore and daugihter hayv.
gone 1l spend several week alt Titus-
villei visitin thlr former's Ason. AItjhrt,
who has a v,ry good puitinm with tlhe
eleatrie lightcomipany.
The Melrose corv hrv a lI4etr aRcth
cleared of all watar ityeiei ilhs. Tii
work is and paid for out of a f1ind collheie-
for the special pUrpoim ofS keepinIg ti.'
cove c.ear f t this prot.
It. I.. Woare hps gorne for lii tiiial
oumntner trip to lDarlitgtoe. S, 0.
Mrhs. Gi W. ltnbe'rts and bmty havce
goe to juin hiirr hijetiand at Manitee"
Several tof our (i'in art pre';tar-
lWi for a Irip tel (Ito ine-villn ti) h ilp
Celetormte thlt.r P-(trth:
Fourth ot duly Windows
A ltnitiep.r r.it (Cr e1iterljritnig llndt
patriotic merclaiLs have- shown an
American slitrit b)y 'ietoratisig their
widowt alilpproipriate t,, the Foerlth of
.uly. While several are imost taiste-
fully arranged, the most appropriate
are the windows of L (' Simith. the
jewelehsr ifte ishoet, mirehant. Thesc
decorptiioe n ire. as rioth as% they are a -*
proplate, n aiel. a ltei appearaoe'. tdl
reflect credit epipni the taste of the
0iTlt.

MONARCH STUIP
.-.PULAERS.,


Davis Broker

Slarke. F fluridl


A' 5; -- 2.'. A.; :' .:fAIIOA' '' iAI~ ,A,,iAAtiiiiA.AS


Dr. Merritt Corth lt
...Tbe elebrated...

N ew York Oculist,
WIU L IS IT ,
tiulml., ills, Wweik Itak halellin r
JIl m IoI aid 1 hardia from
t( a -lceIk ht* VrIde+ ui nii p. e .


ROwN H IOS E Parldir
Examinstln Free.


IV aip Uh.













rmtd by Dep tly U ite4 StAt 1
You can depend on Ayer'e
rias hOwn b ya V HeirV(gor to retire color to

AS QP ur troy hair, every; time,
WAl JUT OUT OP TME PN
S1_w drection and h never
Served light Months' seriont In 1010 tO do thIl work. If stops
etantyPrison for ISellhng WhiskOey
ay, d Nabbed: by Oficer
Qhanmberi ae Sooe as le ReOested, i. vr
The Rev. Uivid Hall, colored. a fallingofthe hiar,also, There's
ohiasoter well known thro (ao l0t t1h1 greo0t satuilfatlon in knowing
.e004o. 4e in! 1o lave betu born a, you are not going t0 bedisa p.
,.repatur of lisfortone" which, I1ked4 pointed. Isn't thl soP
-with his Inlttlitatonl to offend tii law ** bo it
itd' otherwise commit ln, keeps him M4k si o AIrsa limri lr to
np *ronuble nrinitetnths of thee aie. tel o1
f,' will be remembered' that Rev. 1, t ,, x
Halal, bout a year ago, was arrested 4i or lloI IO.-
pApon a warrant charging him wt Wit"
aeloll0 i 'quor it a dry county, he h1 1' 1r
Ingbeen detected by thde ollfer di .
Meiang of the "lxioeto" for a lnnoiai ___i_ _i.__LJ__
eonsidelration. Hall was arraigned in' ..... -.
the sirruit court, convicted and lon, ACCIDENT TO MR. HODGOON.
4 nced to einht month. r o( sa his Faell From Waon Wednesday and Re.
trial, however, he was released for a 'ceved Pasnful Injuries.
short tine.' havingfirunished aei.tf. aa Informalim recheiud thil ity Tlierr.
Hall ihes been serving his term at day to thI fl.:t thiat ''. HlodgKon of
the waines of the t)utton Phiusphaate Wiliitonl, who i a brother.il-law oIl
Company. HRis tiel hakviaug expired E. C, C. lMahlan of this iely.h, d fallen,
however, he wee released and camen to from a waot. asd ulsteinedl |ialirl
(sinae ville with hi freedoan nflce '..injiriels Wo'dtwaday morning.
ar.e, reaching her. Friday night as Iro"u tho inlu'reamatlon received it
hbppy m any mani could be, seems that Mr. llnodgon, who is an.
who hadl just pased through the ordeal 1gg11"d extensively in the truokintl bhu.
of light mouths Imprisonmentatt hard lise at Willi.ton, hIad rben 1, the
labor its a phosphate mine, But Dep. station with a load, uf trrhk end wis
'ity United Staite Marshal Hamp 'relurainlgt to hi* ,au. whlien in -laea
Chambers of iealh, Who las an eye mIanner lihe Iwmeine overbalanced and
salwaT to business, arrived in laines- rll, ftoma Le wago".
vilie Just In time to &tke the negro As soou as It WhVoihe known that Mr.
Into custody in the name of the HHodglon had bteii. the victim of a
United State, and Hall was again in misfortune, friend went to his a*-
the toils of the law, after the pleasing sst1nte aned hie was carried to his
experience of only one night sleeping home. nvstigatln showed that he
In a free man's bed. wao in so unconscious condition, and
Robert Johnson. lsoe colored, who that he had received alight Injuries
wea ai l'al's bond antihe time he was about the head. and shoulders. In the
convicted by the citcuit court. ref used oourae of short tinme he regained con-
to be further responsible, honoe the soloumnees, however, and at last ao-
man was taken to '1eali, In the event county was resting as* easily as could


Showed 41
"'4ouite a lit
lIe, 'Iliaa.'ieih

Tlhldog 1
Or. Plliill .
oillou lor a e
that Ihbetfa
liar manane
veualed (lia f
of having a I
geit no ittlu
viable to $t
ito relnove it
Ilhi the mar
had every :
and wNh4l< Ih
compelled V
to jroteet th
oinity. Aft
street, their
and it wao
*efo!ind lime
_The dog w


f% mnif~wy 41* T


Mire. iall. and it iN to be regretted
(hat it tbeoame necessary to kill lthe
animal.
Brutally Tortured.
A case came to liKght hbat for per-
sistent and unimetirful torture has
perhaps never baen equaled. Jo.
tolobiek of (Colae, (3al.. writes: "'For
16 years I endured insufferable palai,
from rithumatinis and nothing re-
lieved me though I tried everything
known. I came aarool Electrio lilt-
tars, and lt'i their reartt medicine on
earth for that trouble. A few hottles
of it completely relieved andi ared
ine," JutMas'kood for liver and kid*
.wy troubles ad 'onemtl debility.
Onily Ae. iatlifaction guaranteed Ly
all .druggita. ,
Great Removal Sale.
(wing to the fact that loyal Cook,
who hase uesmiltfuly conducted a mer.
eantile business Int the Porter builder
ing, south side square, for vTeOrfl
Iyar#, expiate on August I to wove
Ilto the' ow lKauknigh buildlng Mr.
Cook is offering for the next thirty
days unprecedented bargains in dry
g l(Ides shoes, clothing. liate, aps, now
tiopl, etc.--in foot everything itn the


Chas' BlIN


WHISKIES,


JACKSl


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ONVILLE I ,.


FLORIDA.


he is unable to seoturl another bond, I be expected utnder.the seouimtances. More.
he will be compelled to rminaln n jail Mr. Ilodgeso is wtll known in this The stock is a large and up-.adate We pay freight Wor .p g <
1sntll the session of the United States cit'y and ease many {rtend throughonat onIe. embiraing IntIy new and sea.-
court in January. this section who will hope for his early soaitile goods, and the prices, have follOWing 0lquorb:
.... .. recovery, been out allnost hall in two in many w
Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea After Ten Recommendation Sold instance. While iMr. Co(Ik tate LEWIt 186, Away Above EVrythjs al tra Wh l1.
Viersof 8u-ori*. One Lady's Recommendation Sold Co etal'e
Year of Suffering. Fifty Boxes of Chambertali,'s that hle iew store will I a tmori de. 4 full quart ...... ....... |J
I wish to. a few word i. praise Stomach and Liver Tablets. airable stand, notto eomodi ful qu t..............
of Chamberlain's Colia, Cholera and oa the store he. hlis 'be en occ4apying,
Diarrhonea Remedy." says Mrl. Mattle I lare, I believe., eold fifty boxes of at.l cean ot p nibly con ate the BLUM'S MONOGRAM, O Y r Od:
aurge. of Martinsville. Va. "I fe. Chaniberhlin'tl Stnaclsah nid liver pr.e.atstock, which account, f(r this m5neHA!, (p a-I ....O
fared from chronic diarrhea for teat Tablets o,, the recommendation of one great removal sale. It would. pay 4 full qUarts ................. o 0
years and during that time tried vari.- ld he., who hrst bought a box of ths.. who are .ukii f,,r aragains to 12 fll quarta ................. 00
one imedil.ines without obtaining any about year aKo. he never eall and in,.isect tie line. which lMr. .. .......
"-""aes rmnen"-eie.-- usemeroner' s a tg er eghar anti "k d e s inturly "wil LUM'S $YLVAN GLEN, 7 Y.rs :ld
of t my children was taken with ohtI- friends sbeutt the oetl qualities ot U101 *' u i ..... "l "t*II. .....
eat morbus, and I procured a bottle of tilhe tabtleti.-P. M. ShoFe, druggist, benefit his enemies as well his t .... ..........
this remedy. Only two doses were re. Ichlester, Ind. The plesiani, purga- friends." .. *-.* ... f* ,. 'a
quieted 16 give herentire relief. I th'n gtve effect of U ese tablets make thi.m 6 full quarts .. ....... .... .... .
decided to try the medicine myself. favorite with Iadiea everywhere. For Weak Hearts 12 fUll q mrt ..... .... ......... 9
and didnot iaso all of one battle .- sale by all dr.aKgis Are caused by indigestion. If you eat a.
fore I wvs well, and I have sit eine T
beeai troubled with that complaint PICNIC AT CAMPVIILE. a little too mueh, or lf yo0 are saibjet 8HERIOAN CLUB:
One cannot say 'too much in favor of to attacks of indigestion, the stomaseh 4
that wonderful medicine." This rom. This Function Will be Held Today In. expand.-as*'eh.s and puffs up agalnet 4 full qu- ar ts **.* *2 4
e-dyiIlor sale by ill drigtgits the heart Thih crowds the heart and 8 full qu arts .......,.......... 4 d00
'ad.of Motday July 4. shortened the breath. iRapid hert 12 tll quart .... .. ....,....,...
A MAMMOTH MELON. With that spirit of patriotism for teits ad h,,ant disease is the flttal
the --- S which they should be commennded, the ,-stilt. Kod<.l l yspepsia Core diss. .
The Sun Receives a Melon From Ev* ga.la people t of( Cantpvilla and vionIty what you tat, kes the .t pofthe
insten Weighinlg 2 Pourndsa. xlieet to con gregate at Canmpirille to lar, writes ndiKeetion, dysp.psa. We handle everything in the liquor line, It
Wbhn It conips. to w oeateai-ca s Ala.- day, wirae thly %ill spend theday in so:ar stoaarile and eoestrlbut no urish. ew t i
ohuta county will not take a lback seat a Rrand timn e-eahiretang tihe birth of sia.nt, strength and helth to every or.- Wnts for Pabst Milwaukee ad Ju'gt .
for anything,on the napl, for withnut thi Amtrron republic, gan. Sold by ll druggists. Whiskies, Gia~ uan from 1.10 to 600 pr
doubt auOe. ifas tiVe melons at were It wa. originally intended to hold DELIGHTFUL ENTERTAINMENT. Oalifornia Wne from 1.00 to .50 per gaL II
ever produced are grown in tihs coa.- tihe .piettie aid celebration off, thaa i of ,'
ty Fourth, t.lt owing t6) the fact that yojng People of Ind Grve Enjoeyed opoted *t08 O m' d"cri 1pLoIs.
On Thursday F. W. I arron of Evine-. Utin eviel.l o was preparing for. a big Fine Evening Recently
ton sent to this otlice, a.. n'eltatn weigh- time alod many who desired to eao-n to
hug sixty.two pounds, msid had it bres-, this city 'on that occeAsioiet cold ano ai sa rov0e, July 1-Otkn Friday
permit td to retisi koll the vitn a have douae so, it wa' 1nnoin4ced a few eveningR, June 24thi, the young ladia l.
efew dlay longer, would no doubt htnve days agM that the date would Ie and gentleaten ntemnbter of the dp. i '
tipped the lbenti at sev.nty-lite changRd Worth Leeigeu gave s- pounds. This melon was of the T t y fro the E nsdt Eind for the bIeaeflit of the M. E. Church,
Vori.ty, whih nar noted for tlh e. t to efl to ie vioi whichan rely attended by person s
variety', whiohu sre meuteaul faiidr 'Futc h Itid a t rl a g'their fsnaili s and m t '.: '.
mnaTrinoth proportiintn and Moir flavor. a bhi liml t notieipal from differ.-noi. tlee. and all seemed
litMr. IBarron has tout t-n' ertr in ' to Cdnji y ttiat e.a i~mes .' .i |ae X 4 1 Oli lt i .' to
Mplon, this sioeat, 'aid shippld hi. Working Nilht'andpay: The mis"ic a "" iHhed f Iflrt soliddar.on kW dnI tday. He' did .'he buisiett nd mightiest little ion wa W treldered, two aeeom i JO t .
" not tlant'at t early ltits year as a tina, th'inKg ltht ,ver'was made i sw lDr Kill'g4 pHhedrnelrg. Ed Jhnsand' "
joriti of the plantrdt in thhie te'tion, L'ew life Pills. Thta, i;ile eslai.ge i Mits Flurry aven, and tht crowd 'wai-- th W; w'
bin Ilk tllh(J elite t)w i VArIftj of )list pro.otira^ifaeg mit t aataMe k 4"(114 1" H'""a ""' NeatlY, ProImntrv r- and Artistie
'hi m li thivetai, : v t.a, ,t. |i p in*-Ti nh i l' n h. h i' al ;aa t t T f a a d -as u i 1 e w : -
'inihim al( .f gaetiu b.lp th 2tlth uly per bo fretlhinments were servell %a tid
R.,itde b itig Of itt tra size te t e-- .i. old lby 't il drligliit. tired to tha tir aiflumtte claiming it to. la be atabliad ,
oa> yrCloltvited Tho Sun wais well iao *hI most .del'igIthl .ftrenisigt of, th'.
id nd wnn Rratlly enjayed by, thie *i2'6d '2J53 for Contempt of Court. e.min A S'rT iot. j I i AIw

lilill th'ill, C C, mberloin Cholera and Di0-
fittk p i t l gripe. I l, o l rikl'fl. r ttJelt il. arhoLst lh remedy,
e lelie the ljvn',wthouita ruivergt, 'lfi'a n c.aii ," t This rimu dy idcertain to be needed i A& IN T LL B PLOl A
: Taki lie untat night. J JIdite Thaypr 'Itn th .e fedor a i n', in itilmost every lehoine, l),4ore the um. ... ... ... ...
L)e\ it ia.ittle I ,aarly itser s atr small, contempt of court in 'elhtg wa.rt ma r is over. it ei-eta alays d d- (Our business i eieteily eolBed to th ide val niwdeat to t
I ta n e t r. s t th ite L air ecarion tickets In volatl pnded U pn d ve n in 1o. most se d h of land, a4 whav no vaslts or prseal *e to grnda, lit
ii 'k re.( ftruill bioi.eess, slk tbt si. of atlah tlokt,. lvalasb-l t aaon- > di aers hi os hll. All s th a aa is
eI hU ?l'mkT nectv aetg gll*o'n o'fersr Stet 'iaache-, torpd iiVer, a edice, di. J .dren. t'ies plhasatlt to take ad hver demptto o autaata anisles wel4 yo~ pe1pt and $ll, ti
alfee, soid aSllS iraeaa Stiglgfr o in a U Iife lise It gl, n-oftpt re- li/. Why let Vice in tr ine elsl on or write s. Rotar tabltiehi n ae
1109A rI 1' 4' V%'; I !',,' "' I '."' R CN -.-


L~-L:I -~ir~--. ~l~l~.a~lllYYlli;i~i~~e~Y~i~i~Y)Y


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a t i ii si il t4 .a
AP TO.i. KIn 4.O,' K" ._.-rm" .' ......
4*4 of, HMvdphobla and !'

i.. th tii.ot wi*s M io 4 'The 4fisw.s which ias brought e#oru aitifr.r, iegr '
ly of Dlr N. I). Phijipiel' daltion ni| di r.trtce po n thu hlIusan ra Tre | Ic hl e u a
lay onr,!lq v r ,o ant hle it .itgri t O Iarlti io. ltrt4 a lll con1 tag6o0l'W .
Ii it load d.t ill dfit i o Ttif !* m.idi 1" h lhul |iacfts(.-," *. 1f g1ven oth'e (41If
"t.l* i iit lioll All luiti la i t w lar t ba1,41 s e
ti 4 i.y hir1 ,l.as ink*it of a(11 luwian ding it. (I utoea felo Ixul tI
s ..w iody M Jittle wrm th lattirt appear I are soox follow
ideanll.d at the oli, t ,of by wth.i '; the 1 laui of the a s
After me itlninE it i t rolnt ll WA tt .ti i fltt e i m iii" tt1 ,t i5fi ti
lhert i tl Wt ivtt vis a t1,41V, 4d ciptti llt l ,kdit ,i >otlt (i tile t
r, and nrrestigtion r.-. Ixcoiitt .l'rilhitiha~ rnd
r sau at was deogao ad. ()UL ret.wedi
*isai ahitl i n eWery i,, tum nisueto e in tlhqh bucoms infe ed wil the
. On arrivIlg st the of. ~aoson, endi fromtlei roots of the hair to tle iola of the riet thre 1ot A
rinal found that the dog intd s pot anywhere. Totre thi ul ot
implom of ihyldrnph)biats the heobl d s'litt firt I ttrfll nl
Sregretted to do so, was titli so ickly and asoy', 8. w S
o hono the ahilmail in murder kJ Own. r yor6 as 4 0t 4 0 fb
he live of those in ithe VI. ruI oftContMagitmn iOA l t iio.4M
er being earned to the ash nmay .lekIt for a tie. uaut t it, otuei Wig 4 lW
a fom. { a. t g tc ely p8,g S.s, a.ad hiol
dog regained co.o.alio.,,eM thlit itcoutainainier4il ingredient, Write fo r m"lW"4tbl
cte...y. to .,WIt It the.. ,,and hatj allaboutCoQtcgtouS. II lod( n
P0 priced TerT highly liy for stmelalvic9.


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'a 4l* io4 Mite lf
p plate ipeaM H Bhieil" ilan Ite le s l Io (l it p tm l *
is agggypg Ap Askedqi l taibf of Ietbor at
Wie rH ': thyB' s0*dhl e uin atr, thea two mtltIo e.. Or enure
I I r 9*1W (,ItI VA r.-"#Pod A the Ameleas
p 0 1th e VOble! h atii L the hPlk of tir
t M l& aIt P 5 5 ll*41r9 *e her i 1 by *sa d )Iof e e l'i the ounW try. Ti T
t thit it S, to iet ti n f whlteh we hae prentl at
Hf 1r i i i iii a 49heo Ttoe alea i head ahow ( ehat tHie, ls i1 f its onsiv
tea A d^ l ht A IbeP aih bo fltfnor *Ial ogtgp paad of 11 aimUlated national union .,
If, hee^ P1 ith *ha.it8l *astiats. n0 4sstai branches. t*,5 oily contract
Ia w i. kMV il1, 14 *@teiah ne otto of t n ulonison and 'Idu oto it ttirous. ahir*
04" 00 00,iia 00.l Bceal aoeileo 114riea o ar0W however, n ut.nde of the Ameritti
4^ ^ S* !R I# W 95s t elI be ThW ltea .cR(ulate esthorlied a VenderetM n a e ber of larvg lata r
ipp ttas bee bee P$es fea lyty ff oefrp reyvace of orgaulutiion. TIh KniaCts 'f Labor
*, i )iteipele t 0i ?s* it hee a* ot11o for ub or -"oope eq ,owerful-st lleyixet wih *
lop) lMln*44 hei y e fS sad 1904 For 1ia meowstbahip tf hbout 40.(XO. There
Si 1 toh l a t he(ra- a Sves- b't aslq ordered lsl ley ap aol brotherhoods of toaomBotlvs,
tiam ....... s ..4 P .et t aill aad e1.ow o rders i' redn e4 for ao S iti tAit t M, t all of wh m inatOt upon ,en
41101t 0411ror oduwOor *(Mhii4.Rl'o( wbw!luttit fpon To*
%P4 11M hW fl ios i fr01ti 8 to sieba l ei d ool us' mlll o t eole npitsing iladpendespt of ithe Ameitlea
p*ed ia 1 ld l tlhla. Thl low0* i levy ever before made Vedst, I lon lit fair to tetin that
A (jtleh lagiladga, To li mho luilstirotlthn olorldd fl.r thIe tumber of ollnad w~rl rkdih.ate mn.
titOth (; at oew th p ppos4 we two Ad o.h dependent of is min body ,k at
Sllaipli'ti.a aitlllie, anid that only la 'very reofnt least MlK aat A ohiaeesllotla e,
The *abite 6 e0a4ide 0 ,roe ya. therefore, the army of utrgan id latlIt
id tlvy tr I laels oi iise The whole matter I fully dlseus ed In tho Umiled a8taes is' ale as ft ,h)
*t A -1p b 1 pet4lai "a18 WM$d So *od exp)lalnred iaOIreapoudenoew lal 00W. 1, Is no doubt that thWe ***ituo*e
0sm e e kt hi owal et l pIt.o h1 h just passed betwen uel. Comp. s tiom emr)sl and that thu num r io
0h0 tol ie aprp'. #del of what eradler roo man d (overnur Jenualho, twore Iarly 3,I0i).O)t. It tlayr I ill
galpe so iiws de lands. Theblittl* which Is regarded cM the mo-t o u 1. Iri r, lr or lt ire ire ino dtlinte stit.
#It 6g40tt 1h6t haVe Mtad 4PIt is aions exposltla of the splendid Slan, tinlies at ha1nd applying to this alite.
1lat1o1011 d e bce* er receded freot a -. fr o 'e r ih pirwoe of mallntailain the rights of
00t le haetake. sTheA ecit he ti AON APPEAL PO d ,OU FORISTS, tei toIhM ot this is ai big country
l %t0W 0irtel i o pp lamete be ------ and there are stillgreater potlhibliites.
1 by iW presldiClt. with hl 0 et Aiit reaot season the Florida Prnep For inseaooc, ilour(lmated that ihe
el the ps.01o. e ofat his4 s40r AMo|(lon wa w entertained 'by an posmber of person engaged ito it
11es c h4p0 00 o0i0e Inlipith of addreI from Judge A. 0. Wright of prinoipal oupstiaons in this country
sel he Seas at two sl o The ladoutrial lketord, appeallog to snIhould e put largely in xcess of third
od oepofla b sobaline* tle b iod or thlr erdeton of e ti* ty millions, of while pTore thn tha
threidepa m sawss. u"I,!esg ida favor of protecting Florida's million are agrloulturlliiets It is i
apsida5f'siaete.a e l Roores No, flih nd game, S eid heo na nufaoturitag and mechanical pury.
I0 tesalreesisa "We havisl oilrtad OomelBes on and 'taultts tO the tradei unions ar eitorli
0 o0 o law II ti doitilu airk well.but before 4it shn and it is there that they hive
at fAnestaiie. abae mea who fl1 agg ri(Aed by ist wielded the ettonset nteluenoe. And
$ege I m the oee qew rilroad had their remedy in the It is because of that fet'perbap .that
IHae pen tbat he rr. sounrts and Iuselly upeeowded In so. a counter organistlanha beea eIes.
f peop theas the la w euriep emple proteeson, for men ed. 'ut aS employers and employee
iwem tliwk of sis **Old speak for themoelve. 'BPut who oiat neesilr.ly depend upon osh
wesetd l .or (lltlatiio there to epeak for our forest, our other tenshould alwys be fairneie
fH wheo p I ict wteare* 14tb and our gsmes? and asilderatlon to the end that no
i i w it^ e relic the "They les i sek for themaolylls one should uffter. The employee
*Jcphb spo BMijqritybM akid somebody should be endowed with should have sufflleanl wages and she
t a he t th horlity o only to speak forthem, employer fair profit. Nothing less
77 'aie s h t. Ioe th Is but to protect them. and nothing more can be Insisted upon
Sla*t arbisleba her bhleory "A few yeontwago Florida wasblessed by either with that "sweet reasonable'
Sll(u^e pg eleson tto Ie with tiAt greadet ,mantle of forest nhoe's which should control in. the sett-
Sp Iiitt h teA of re1ou ee e sum ever shone on, Today tleinent of differences.
v li the llitiosp;irelhpshorn of it. The
#A# loViol.kis dmendof the lumbermen, the tu I Tr- The'nexttate rte-ite will contain
4i=t of sae Seatbero k ltati pseale t ihe nd otherpare rapidly re-. fifteen new 'members, only two of
nSoes wtl w a ideob0dly 0e 8ut n, vam it.te few tree we have left, those whose terms expired having]
Ti latelia0 squa loe and 'if Iothtng be done to protect been renominated-John Neel of the
lia 0ite|sa )'a llac. If we lose them, eayeare from now our forests third ad j. H. Crew of the fifteenth
th -lfe iaiO8pete States will here. willall be gone. district. Senator Willians of the six.
Oki It s h with a vid "ed eetorals "I "ay nothing against using the teenth, who resigned,,l osueededed by
E IS p <,,lae ,slati g tQI0 loe tees for he parposee of industry, but T. 8. Davis. Only five of the sliteeru
if IIalg 10 1terolubi*e will ever there is too muih waste in the process. senator whose terms expired were
'ai Demo.rae In power again, o tr.ee under a foot thiek should et candidates for re-election, and in mostn
is P "emoeress enalstaot sfflrd to tapped for turpentivie or out for tm- instances the newly elected onrs have
00 t6h4,t toe stmea and thq Meansure" ber; and the turpentine man. If he ex. been mIembers of the house. Those
t a ,.rl wasalf.ealambl4th!t e. re.ea due dio41retlon, can save his who have had no legislative experi.
palaa *oeed thite year threatens. itrew many years after they have bthrn e,*1e re ntno'f ability aid will make
ths.tl. aei+ppotW t ie eedidst tapped''. their mark in the future. As a whole
who 1a win their larget electoral "The greatest entiny to the forest the next Legi.lature will belabove the
W0oa fNc doblfa)l8tat6, Ailest the lIsthe annual brtiring thit takestplie average.
pit will b IaIr4 onea wi.th p hope all over Florida: millions of dollars'
of s -s without eompleat unity. worth of valuable property are thus Dr. Mendee, for moru than twenty.
aft besatodilsatersathatian wantonly.destroyrd every year. amf five years pastor of the sytallgogue.
Sa iostllli by he"who o are too millions ot game are annually burned Mickva Israel, Savannah, tia., is dead.
1o o remember the recoSalructionIn the woods. Fertitlzer factories have ailed 61 years. lie was universally
S. en established alonp our oioats and respected by. Jew and Gentile., aid
'PAN OF NSWSPAPlR M tN. yriadsof our fish have been otaugia The Savannah News says on the oc( ca
** and converted Into fertilixetr by imen sion of the celebration of hl 'twenty.
A l t(bodia4lasIaete. Ottawa, Ill., who were not even citizens of the fifth anniversary a pastrofth y of tiayn-
lay .tl to tbla the ho meof the State. gogue the varliois Chritilan minister,
t* ot tbe Ateureast nwSpaper pro. "There are laws on the statute books of the city combined with the pilop)h
fiatc I i, / ih ,e peisop of WlliamO ('. iw pretending to protect thecI great of his own religitn to do hit.l hotnlor
a O, editor of TheOttiaw Fe Trade, Florida lntortsbut they are vague "td res uponhin stilhe higih eosteei
Whoa*neltACh.elebriated his5tih and unsatisfactory. and but little ef. wis l hs was held by ntilt as
irid*, to o is made to enforce them. we *
-a' ba(6n 4inni Thli ave game warden; their o(ei atre ., teadman oi rth 'olina,
l as amow e eit e hose duty It I especially to see after l.tand served thouvilub l ie w ar
ee lly,wll. a oh ,lu aor 'nore, 'of Ie'eforelni of these law. What.we hls been dLfeatu for oveia llor bly p
phatWiae dithisown Pitoo lfiooks eed ts at foreryat. th ead game oni,. euer, ah younger mant wht nvoor f!e an
ever 1 pecaed iloco his frul stulseouh nosted will, amper auhthi ithItis life. hm l. $tehadman
Maireof weo &a editorvo the paper to fully prot et then. The otly ob- leratie hi diltri.t in .imreas for stvr
!Thsvt the y ",whleh Mrp. 05. e tont i hvhet rd trts.edi. the ex. wetsl' yers, bum the, h .htih oI hit
sBe pa p uop thle editorial trIpod pence ot uth a bodyl. at ttitllon wao ao bhe gvernir of tho
hoWhaaad two or three vaioeasli, *"ASny'eltonh invlving these three *tate. Like our own Hob nia i',. litiw.
ait yetaliltnlhrpis interest Ii ireat interests metr money onatidra. evlr' bthe gprlllcltion of this toibhir
A.itaow ie liotnsw osdf tiiedru i nhtlht ndibyi tlet th ol He is hio n yh it. fle'n
thtper 1. seBa e for a year a5' t sa n ,tnght not to enSter.. Unl. thi e 'Demoate..a ld n as
Prvata it Wealoas war and took is dione and dote m-quickly. we will have ...
S ihse .HUens Vlista toltorests. Tlcy hive a *Oo< merlfat llou. S. P'aso Is uK'ntiuno,.d atiieso.
2to 115to 6 S he eervoi i tet value side rom the f aolie material l didate for gneeritor four years hen,.
Sr2eefS ?etatht t liotue of epod i t sIfo pet, p l eon-. ) er.,aio eaton er,.e beating nominated
?aS s hiprpif te.f Otti t hey will lat many years. for governor Wo orthree tines lprior
attiiebce l iqusiis "Thaeepese of a commision will tl his election as .nittd Sitaes sons.
w A a i h be more tht*n '(et, viewed fron a tn oin 115?7. but Was invrliably 'defeat.
ga s mad at "hary*er' who ive ln standpoint. in ten yreatl bly the ed by the operation p1 the two.t'hrd.
bceaaiS a ist h!iir 'of the inelrpaspq wealth Cdding til quota to rule. lHe is omne of 4he ablest mtlea in
nSttios,*, I'.; mont the tales of the State. the State atit would make a good
' h h eld alrtip Iai Ikhel tl. tieU aratoa publ~ec ertiment in I chlef mahistrate; ii f's rathrt early,
r'iioaptrtsatat Wsaklngso 'n favar of.ko wiselo, a ehOwever. to Itritgtt anldides to
hae tWtee bees postmaiter ofi *ttaWt"il prttrveh our forests, inth and4.atatuis t auetd ,itoveirotr Broward,


hildtoll'10dren and oomins t",''. r. ,-
e bder Pmldent to l ltahated. as lo, the prt *awe Thu divorce rento appear la be set.
sin the mearitag doket t rprId' pace
r Alatiuauseotint m 3s 0; a#,,.hieka,
says tlettl .,. r W' i t~W h l tm e plcaians ferdivpe fromt la ,
t lstuy gr.gwho have, mllate frm e
lot ixis"ep malt| l S. iitd' ta l IN A oi iwothe k n tel o i e phlio tt o Si t ar ha.to,e thtert Civet boe
*o*o :4!l bewtihi' 10 l 3 u0u other-iIdn'"'4 ittaM'd at
!. ,e~l++: ,'i'oo r + ... q fonbo + Oie.,'ltt 1 o 4 ld l lo ,
,D~i~l'J/,'"'l',' ,7.+ l#: "t i > t++A '," i W 0'4 damslt


ay tak* *n4 ty set
ha famous t)|le prll D:uii
t t that they tono th lvs e
iOd. purging I. rihy er
kr slnn. n>t *ven lh moati
4, Ynd yeit they ar N ot
H 1ta (tha4t no one who us" the.
iffappolntd4, They cUae torpoid
MlWttpgton, biltounsas, )Iu'i
htodast malaria and ward off D
moal rand fevers.

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E!ndyRiseu
S old by All! OD giigjai.

Mfay people lIaor unJe prilinnl that clroult judila,. tat
liHisorW, "ll"e Obonmiot, i11jutlelt.-l
erql, State auditor, anid slit, rvipori
realstration are elected the s inM
other offleialsl. uai li no 111ith 4 e-
Theeare all n apiKpintivte ioll., a
the primary election seii).r, tjk ohe
te.s sio fir Sa the ealitifliates for l(i
positions are )lonerrined.

liad it noit been flir the '4i ttl; tutji <
Ia provision that the itvrnir V iof 1
ida cannot be hi. e w n toonf.''tior Go,
ernor Jenning* eulai hliv. had 1
governor)hilf agtin for tie e ki$iig, i,
had Conlrewmnnit' Dvi hew e4 alft
date, for -Pteminolation to Coing
Instead of for the ilflee otr giovt tor,
It 1i not probable that lt would hai
h4ald (| "nlppositiwu.
R. H. Windham ha. he.'n arrotde
Punita Gords on tht, clharge iof taiJ0
nlating Marshal lwnibwina of that rlaise
I. E. Cooper has been icolviotsed
sen!enced to be hung for thel ael
prime and when the death wrraa
was read to him Monday he said Wla.|
ham told him the Inorni n after tlr-
murder that he anlid another mil dit
the killing,
Now the the Florida editors havl
returned from t. le.oni- we meay .i
pwet something nltereating li tili I way.
of serial articles descriptive of tho'
grean eXpoeition. peeially "tnenl
Ott the Pike." 'Phillip itsute may bI
depended upi'n to give a full aRcount
Of the trip, if it takes hin a eta iltry to
do so.
United iSat.es Judge Speer of Ge.or.
xia has decided that liollee magistrates
have no power to eniltence plirson lto
the chain gang-that only in case of
trial by jury calm s ch sentvleice bLt im.
posed bt Ut.h. pr.iding (tlltier.

A 1ni'groi t(rpe(ttiine hand in .laltanui
wa at ruk at by a ratilesnake aiid im.
immediately dropped dead from fright.
The snake's fang'" bciaime falstetd ltn
Ihls clothing, but liis leIh Iwas not
tOllhed.
Judge .Maeotin *, ito ,have "cort
nered" the divirei' hpracti.ve in Alateh-
isa county. i e' hi> about a doyen ap
rnllle sioillsl fo ir ,ioree, be. d ,.a L il I hk


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t'ailtesvillie t i the b ,s l.;zt i It icr.
",I ior iibranits it educatte *loir f.1il'

Farmers harv no ause to .eainhplaii
of the lialk of' ranil in this section.
Why Not Learn to Speak Spariish?
You can enir. i a copy, of the, new
edition of booklet.i entitled. "What to
'Say in u ,spaniIh and How to Say It.' ,
lending two cents in postage to W. If.
ltahy.divsisain piasi nger eit.nt At'
lantic Coan li railrrod' .- AttiViitl,
Georgia.


So. V. DUKE
DUNNELLON, FLA.

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