Gainesville daily sun

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Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Running title:
Daily sun
Alternate Title:
Gainesville daily sun
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
H.H. McCreary
Publication Date:
Daily (except Saturday)[-1938]
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1903>-]
normalized irregular


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


The Daily Sun was based in Gainesville, the seat of Alachua County and shipping center for Florida’s citrus region. The newspaper was formed through the merger in 1890 of the Gainesville Advocate and the Daily Morning Record. The Daily Sun described itself as a “democratic” paper. It was published daily, except Mondays, by Henry Hamilton McCreary, the scion of a prominent southern family. After completing a degree at the University of Kentucky, McCreary established himself as a newspaper editor at the age of twenty. McCreary also rose to prominence as a politician in the Democratic Party, first as a city councilman and later as a member of the state assembly, to which he was re-elected several times. McCreary considered himself a staunch patriot and fervently supported industrialization as a means of strengthening Florida and the nation. McCreary’s wife, born Irene Richardson, was well connected in the civic networks of Gainesville and northeast Florida and served both as vice-president of the Florida Federation of Women’s Clubs and president of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The Daily Sun was continued, in 1903, by the Gainesville Daily Sun which briefly carried the title of the Gainesville Sun.
Additional Physical Form:
Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Related Item:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by:
Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by:
Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news


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SAtlanta. y 9 .-T.e question .-
tfore the loBab of representaties yes
.r trday 1 to Oe ammitteeor tthe whole, i
e wbenI the Learo-of adjournment arriv- gitng Ssion of Ri oluflon
--ftmi_ b Ts {e-- was- whether or not the now state
S :- te oniit law should have plainly Bal 9
SO-. -UTH- W..WITH I.M -printfat a- or ballot illustrated. .
--.... .- .. -- -voters who e ot- read or w i NATOR DANEL BRYAN
the-ft. Fw Vo.tes nnlratr of the members }-- -
agyhoigid a, Whihts Were Ost the 1 wanted to have an ilustrat r t
a *.ei ph l 'd---vice-Prel*' ed or pictorial ballot ut the propo-' i ibrakan is Caustially Asail-
'S s oonas hehoue vnedNoiae '-' artli was warmly -fo)aU.h n d by the Virginian-TiUman Called
-- M.M a. " .. as. the house eenvened, it F -. " -
AeB. Paher, the famoe went Into the committee ot the whole
-of Nw Yrk, is for the purpose t raking up the spe- St Inuis, July 9.--Ts morning the
_enani f.or.i ial order of bnu .ess. the considera- tommlttee on resolutions voted the
Stn ofs the. A-Ae.lau ballot bilL gold stamidard plank out 01ot the Dem-
When the house Qrned Wednesday sUatic platiorm'by a ote of 35 to
Patker was nominated on the the first sertibn of the bil -was still I. This was the third victory fo?
a mki a trem - under consideration ano several, Wilam J. bryan during the all night
^^ solidld Soth went 'for amendments had been-voted down. Isesston -of the committee. He had1
SMr. Brown of Houston. presented made two successful efforts early ln
Waththe exepi-an oflon a resolution to make the special or- th'- evening and secures modifications
sraoletrfm this State having gone der of next Tuesday the bill to change 01 the tariff plank on two separate
i-a.Mfto.llnws. Dr, -T.- F, AI. the laws to protect the fruit Interests., votes,
o Sw T. Ths went to the committee on rules ome Tax Plk
:n6 \- 'Ee T. iowaila The reso'l-ttion to appropriate -GAN(I
W. o D era for the Soldiers ome for the fort was made to secure, a -
al B. Aatd tf E lsabia. purpose of building water works was E*es* t e vote on oId
s.a or of the cling of te acted upon favorably Tiursday after. bt it was voted down and the corm
n t doon by the aPropriatfon eon-mttee mattpe continued with its work on
SepoVo the hoi r.e The action o e the other features of the platform.
te-pmaldenbat not been -ade. committee was unanimous, one mem-. Ie contest was one of the most in-
be only ohiecting to the form of the teresting features of tae convention
'QCMMTTI E ORGANIZED. resolution. The two main champions rhe main tght wasun propO-ed
of the resolution were Mr. Slaton. of iconme tax plank pnovidtag for ` M
i% .D.UFl, h El Oed ChaimS, an 1Yulton. and Mr. Steed. of Taylor. the
AMuh .nifeted. former moving hat the resolution "d -
hewew ate rtieExesoUve pass." and the latter seconding the
t'-" "-~io """-+n -aso". This b!ll was introduced in the
rill.e at- i-. The meti"og was house two year. ago and failed to
]raelattendeds4 ad considerable en- pass.
c aOne important billk as introduced:
n --the senate this u iing. but little
The etig wa rganised M 1-*Th atessq was transacted by that body. -
electionof Hon. D. U. Fletcher Of Du-. The bill referred to was by Mr. Starr,
a chlaebtiirmain. H. L. Dodd of Liak of the forty-third. making the Im-

it elected secretary. portation into -Georgia of tarm prod-.
S e isone ofthe aiblet.I ucts infected by the boll weevu a mis.
t in h oth and hasenjoyed Two newbills were introduced the
one regarding the boll weevil by Mr.
ed bt but that he will s the tarr. and one by Mr. Middlebrooks
.nmmitae faithfully at.d effieintly. to amend section 177 ot the vi


lea- -Thomason To Be Brigardier SURVEY OF A. K. A N.
-c, a "_ ". .t Man sa nuly- --TI e Ma a -u Work on Railroad Is Progreshing $at.
ata. July --The -eneral ar- ictorl
g ste for edInfg 19actoril y.
g trQlpv to the great midtary ma. Atlanta. July 9-Civil engineers and,
M'u.e at Manassas, V,n m Septem.- their corps are engaged in makingI
we made at the meeting of the their fifth survey from the Western' a4
t me ojmaer, held and-.Atlantic tracks, near the Louis- h
< Ca-e of Adjutant General ar- Vrit -ad Nashville flag staion,. to the C
at the tol" options reported to have been securedt u
ery regiment the State wlm be by Real Estate Agent McCiatchey. of1,p
epreseated by several capates, lealetta. fr the Atlanta. Knoxyille a1
w -ih -.nel T.grh F 'and Northera. The important part ai
ai commander of the Third re of the survey now neing made. ?
t .l B wrwge state-k tropsa. as brigade the fact that the corps at work arem i
'a "mantder. Thel500 men will.e di placing permanent staKes and slope, tr
VIded aWto *hree coanposite regiments, pins. To any one who is acquainted a
-th regirtal commander to with the ways and meane-ot engineer- a
--lected by the adjtant generani Ing corps, this placing or permanent u
iA reat dea of interest : ~ ~g stkes and slope pins for the mark? ie
-maifested an over the state i the eg of the grades establishes the .tact o
Ipproaeng- mDU.ver ad tt iI ex -that the present line to the terminal. l
pe -ed that illt iaat a fine stationn and yards ot t e Atlanta. Ei
slowrg, (o^ r Kern ena oxville and Northern. which in turn l
a and se n r y I is controlled by the Louisville and,
man l~vgs-oitd are malg an effort KIashv-IND Is the permanent right of- ci
to b Corgia's qota a rom way from the Western ana Atlantise
I-,MO to *90, as it ia beloved that tracks to tlha new freight yards which vI
m i r of a mitar me n this state will be tabi.shd -n West E_ d. p
are desiroaToo f attending t manesa- E- ai-
-ers.. Englsh Tenants Wanted, }
-.- -. .-- S m :r .-_ i'". ...- -Raa .T . le:_h,. N. C -ulyS .-A movement w
--"-.- -.if Itinlaf Trip. has begun -m the lane owners ot
ew Yor. July 9,-The new northeatern North Carolina, this be ,
ear l Balte arrived -here ing to secure tenant farmers from
-ive-rpool on her Irst England and Scotland, mn order to al
cped 7 days, rs ad end the present scarcity. The idea :
l e -ote*d ays. Ia h o of the land owners is taLt these men
Skots.. aa he-r. The new ste am d their families wonla not come
theIargest the .wo-r, as foreigners. but at once take their a
th trip tout itch. m places Into social, commercial and re-! 1
-:ssePi gersa were Pierpot Mor l-gios life. and so push tne state for- w
d ~tzer.oa ward. The first families are expect.- w
S' .. ed to arrive from Engiand in about f l age a month. -

Str fgly Codemned Lynching. a
.ha..refusa-_t K tgomer.. Ala.. Jly 9. H.
bbee. former president of theNoh ,
CarTira Bar asscia in the prfa t
Ake ad"pal adpdress before the annual meet-
^At.a}%g of the Alabma sa auoelatlon 0
t fey, condeumeed lybaclag ia strfW ,
and _aste Alabi_ law- er to w
dh ~ ielatr 8. -'J_

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pendment to the constitut-on to meet
ie adverse decision of the supreme
*mut upon thie ,Wilson law. It was
iron hbis mendment and the oldd
ImI-.K the two propositions being
rought in con ction tnat Mr. Bry-
n made h:* st.,ug flgnt." Mr. Wll-
sms, -of M'S ppl. first offered the
come tax amendment, ana n was ite
teiately antagonized by former Sen.
tor Hill. who stated tnat with such
plans in the platform New York
euid not Le carried by the Democrat-
, nominees. He urged the adoption
f a platform which would enable the
emn-crats to win in douotlil states
nd elect taeir candidates. Mr. Wil-
iams withdrew the amendment, say-
ig that he with many other Demo-
rats were seekingg harmony and an
djnstment f all differences with a
iew -f sur--eding on a Democratic
Iatforci Mr. Bryan then offered Ia
come tax ,'m-ndment and made a
speech nm fv sr of it, he asserted that
hiie vote. m.ui t be lost among the
qry rich. t- mnocratic party ought
a cir.Tt r- ze great mass of the
eopie, who uear the burdeins of tax-
tion the expenses ot the gov.-
Dani-t Replies to Bryan.
Senator Caniel replied to Bryan,
nd was very vigorous in his denunci-
tion of 'he course the Nebraskan
a. pt:rsu ng. He said that he
ranted to -.n. and desired a platform
hich womid bring baek to the Dea-
mratic party the voters who had left
when pu.rsuig a course which Mr.
ryan hat shaped and advocated. He
s tired of being forever the mit-
toity, anI insisted tha t i ouild be
a-erd for Denocrats, taIng victory.
take any action which woutldt en

Seaw 1 Bateya*s 4 intor

lf the New York member of the com | ...1
autee, ift souid be unwise to Insist
tpon the incme tax planL. Sena-
.jr Bat'ey then asked unaninou con-w
snt- to have both the income tax
-amendment stand the- gold standard
tuank Iropped, but to thus Mr -HU11
--bjected- -d there was a prolonged TO Tk P A
discussion, Mr. -ill taking a leading
Created a lenatIm. .
Sfnort y before 4 o'clocK Senator THEY W L. STRONGLY FONTWY
.~Mnie! :rm:cd a sensation m the com-.
? ittee by Ar attack apon Mr. Bryan Smi.n. rstia t
--hich soca evoked cries of "Qrder!" .
from sweve.t members. Snator Dn WMo .e ttTGra st& ad i. -
who. soiae time before, called Sea~ j of Tho saf pu -of
stor-TKimian to the chair. bega b Ft Imp.
F-tying heouestioned the propriety of
Sman wbtom the Democrats had twice Us i a.g TM rada r T
Zanored wth the presi4entna nomln&,
lion and y whose readership thero. tal
!arty hat twice been defeated, at-. fer who had been tal, iea w
tempting to force his leadrailp upon said te aIJpItee InteMti i
!he party again. Growing more im- po sksmion of all soathe- M iaa
I,i.ioned. Senator Daniel said regard. etUhias themselves at Feel t .
ns Mr. B van: thur and Yin Kow (the port eIr-w"
"The silver question was a qqptio Chw a which it Is pi -!Ir/far-
in Virg-.ia ten years before the gem- titl. garrison_ with las& bidli ao
tlema ftro-- Nebraska discovered It, troops and supply with -ia_ reaIaW i
But coadit!aons hare ehanget in tiery.
last few yeas and heroic changes 4e- If the RueIs thm emahowe B
.mand heroic remedies. We must con- paees. -General KMoi dielr i kIit.
ider New -England. New York and -W be at the cost Iof an
"hat sectic-' of the country. amount of maney .ad 9Maw- 10 "
Again ti.cing Mr. P.ryan. Senator troops from Europe.
i rhenil laI-

"He na. reviled every man whom
any state uas recommended for the
presidency. and as far as i nave been
able to ki an has as yet presented dbr
" o his own."
Cries of "Order! I
At this point Senator Daniei was in-
ierrupt-od with cries of "'Orer!' Sen-
ator Tillman,'who was acting chair-
.au. teadem.ied order. and sald:
"Well. .'. !'tavo orar n~e-re this
enth :';- ( nract~es into a conver-
atio-a. rtw.
..r. Bryra asked ,hat Sca-zor Dan-
i n t~ubs~t to proe-eaf and tr- lat*
.-7 r- .. bis speech oy saying haat
h- h-d an, intended to enter :Dnt, a
rp--rnn' spepcch. The seraio, .a:
." am c-iT aced that tne con'Iry is
ai th*- vcrgt of a grnea cazi:aphe
an' c&lamu>.-'
lII- said inrthpr tlat it wa! !gent
thal tih. '-eaocra:.!' party r -c.'er the
-eins of
"Thi4 is not tih tmAe." he said.
"for seiish mnterst. for mail concep-
ti, as of coa.isteicy. for personal tikes
,r regards. It is not pleasant for
me to giv" up my ot' opinion. But
.here are questions of expediency to
he considered.
Senator Daniels favored the gold
Plank Stricken Out.
After several other members had
been heard briefly. the question was
demanded. The gold plank was struck-
en out by a vote of 25 to LS.
The coir.attee then took up the
trust piank. This was the subject
uf couniderable discuss'kn. Senator
Railey being among the most impor-
tant spealim's in defense or the sub-
.ommittee report.
Reciprocity and the Monroe doctrine
ae handle ty the sub committee met
;he approvTel f *he full committee.
But not :o with the. navy plank call-
inrg for a liberal annual Increase for
the navy
Senator Tillman said that this plank
would gain no votes, and there w-s no
necessity. in his opinion, of mention-
ing the navy. The first part of the
rnaTy piank tvas stricken out.

Columbus to Vote on Bonds.
Columbus, Ga.. July 9.-Now that-
the temapir-*ry injunction prohibition
the city fi*, n building water work oif
its own has been dissolved. Sperry1
& Co., of Paltimore. Ma.. have re-
newed their offer to Day the city's
$20,.000 of water works Bonds. The
city will not need thp money in sev-
cral months. aS there is conFiderabh
preitminary work to be aone before
the actual werk of constructing water
works will begin. so t wili be at
least Nov. 1 before the bona sale L.
Jaled for Assault.
ReldTr'id-. Ga.. Jcy %--Jim iSli
nmon~. a akgr;o. was placed in jahi
hre g; with crimmnaiy asFault-
ing thb 7 Ty-ar-o1d dangBter of E. I.
hewitt. a iu3liflaOat Young farmer on
tihb eoiar'. No vldece it antsigh
rana5* taf .:

Heavy J9ap LeM.
Llao Yang,. July.. 7-Deaye
Transt:IWfson.)-In th re-ent aw-hi
attack ai Hof Yan. the Japanael _st -
200 kled and 500 wounded. I

Tc. Attack -
St. Petersburg. July .-1 _Wa. -
-A special dispatch txag 1aw
Chwang dated yestaday. at M
General KurokI is advancat aRlg
the ie, and adds that the Ja
officers are organizing Ci --
dIt bands -hrouFghoit the Use
for an attack on Mukde-

Reported RueAstan Viktory.
St. Petersabrg. July 3-1 -2 -p.
It is reported In a special dittak
from Lao Yang mider "td
gate that a persistent ruaor is _a-
rent there to the effect that a a .-.
engagement has occurred at t Al-
ihnur ii which 21 Japanese w.u
participated. resultlag It a b
victory. A similar report mwa -IP-
rent at Iao Yang Juty 6. the *Am,
t'on of the engagement th- B b -it
given as northward of Geausan, K a.

Sails Unwer Seafed Orda.
St. Ppreisburg. July -1;0p p.- -
A division of the Baltic squadnm wl
sail from Constandt July i2 wide-
scaled orders. It I said, wal -- -
nothing Is certain en this potat, ttt
the orders for the divisioa mw be
opened at five day Iatervals -. Wtbe
the warhbips are beov at am.- tr
the Far MEkt in va*em of the Other
hips, may depeadnx the aval d
Ieaopmemts at tihe 1es of ,wa"r,. b
there arc atted i r
d-tailed n tbe dispatches re ve
from Vladivostoeak este day,
With thirty Japanese shf.s em t
in the attacks without costt tht
of June 23, so Ruisia ship Ua& -e _
destroyea. Indicating how It i-
is for torpedo bots to oe Wtil-k -
ticship or crasers when .t-_
are prepared.

Heavy Fighting Atcipd
St. Petersbur. JuIy ;.-1:25 Ai -
-With the retara of three 4 l
fine &wathr. drying the roads at the
tester of war, the military uthor -
Wies here are eaMe g"e inOlied t
bced.e in the probability of: I. h -s
fighting sad even ia the posbilftg
of a general engagement. The Jap
aneme as wel s s the locatide of- their
main force aMd the _lae where te-t
chief blow will be struck -e "stI
uzaling the Russia antborities. la
a general way the Japanese seem
to be withdrawIng their pre sme eh.
wcst of Ka Chon and Ua a T g but
to be btaang It uOrS as iM
contemnlating a combined attack~ -
Ta Tehe Kia. ad U o Ya g. The

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~_pr*e I rThg- Tweele Yaeash Whe
Up VageWeaMade Direct, and P.e-
pa o Cedar Key arwe Jubitant Overw

6a-. Fe-l Obbely of Cedalr Key,
I -o to-of *Met0eto that port, who

the ar.. val t f the- stm Alph at
litesy fomi Ne Orleans a few days
S a new era ino the shipping

|asa a bom and the'Egl w eand Fa-

S ag loose many thousand. of dol-
IsIs Seky lteMorgpan Line operat-
eat Sqlar service .between New Or-
lesa- Cedar a Key and Galveston.
In l osedays the Morgan Line owned
e of the inet and most comm.o-

-naoye- 4s passenger and straight
bldnasess all traiWe for Key West and

: The extea ion of the railroads to
Port Tamps, however, had a tendency
S-.eek .a-e property of Cedar Key,
a after the peel mills ,closed down
the townwhick had been so proper-
as ban4 to wane. Those who had
-.: pspes there ander more favorable-
ea-dit-los deserted and in thed short
seeof two years she town dwindled
.- down feu- a prosperous little city of
three thousand inhabitants to emerelyl
a talgrown village.
S Owing to the interference of traffic
by Tampa the Morgan Line diseon-
tinted Its service to Cedar Key, and
the-arrval of the Alpha was the first
samer s direct from New Orleans in
twelve years.
"ThejAlpha is a good sized vessel,"
S-marked Colle-tsor (abberly. Shie
same 00at port drawing eight feet, and
the captainn of the ship, who took
sontings along the course. stated
that *he found twelve feet of water in
the shallowest place. Thirteen feet
: i reported on the bar."
The Alha will ply regularly be--
tween sew Orleansand Cedar Key in
the freightand passenger service. .She
-isowned and operated by the New Or-
leass CBamber of Commeree, and sup-
ported by a number of wholesale
I- ses in the Crescent City who areb
clamoring after Florida business. If
S the service pays another steamer will
be placed if commission, giving more
K The Golf Coast Transportation Comr
panyis another new line which will
opeate, from Cedar Key westward
along the coast for a distance of about
one hundred miles. The steamers of
Fj^ this Iae will earry cargoes of mer-
ehandise, returning with naval stores.
The esoek of this company will be
owned principally in Cedar Key, and
it is estimated that the line will en-

tion with the New Orleans-Cedar Key
line. _________________

Are caused by indigestion. If you eat
a little too much, or if you are subject
to attacks of indigestion, the stomach
expands-ewells and puffs up against
the heart. This crowds the heart and

shortens the breath. Rapid heart
beats and heart disease is the final
result. Kodol Dyspepsia Core dingest,
what you eat, takes the strain off the
heart, cures Indigestion, dyspepsia.
sourta emach, and contributes nourish., stregth and health to every or-
gam. Sold by all druggists.

Mrs. Smith's Famous Pamphlet Win
Now be Placed on Sale.
S The Ocla Banner of the 8th inst.
co-ntains the following, which will be-
of interest to the people of this seo-
-- ,tion:
S"Mrs. W. Lee Smith of Gainesville
is in Ocala and paid this offee a visit.
yesterday foren -Mrs. Smith is the
au. athor of a Utt book which has ere-
ated soeeeshing of a sensation in the-
'Oak Oily,' so much so what an tn-l
n-o-tior wms applied for to prevent
s he printasers from turning the book
over to Mrs. Smith, but Is appears that
S-- te appleatUon orn an njuamtion was
denied and the book is now on sale.
It arleatur me:e of ainesville'A
*-promiaent c-iseas and gives the out-
| .+sidea side fots aboat the rial eof
.oh.l for whining Mi. Smith's little

. Fo

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stoma-h, or other internal de-
rangements, nothing equals
It sets promptly bSt gently,
and does not gripe or cause the
2 least unpleasantness. It is the
ideal laxative, keeps the sys-
ten- tree of all impurities.
Made from pure lemon Juice.
it is pleasant to take, and is
good for the entire family.
O cents per bottle at all
drug storeS.


Lemon Elixir.

Made of Lemons.


Postmaster Barron of Evinston Award-
ed Three Cash Prizes.
As the best evidence that Postuas-
ter J. F. Barron of Eviuston is toler-
ably well posted on the political sit-
uation, it may be mentioned that be
was recently awarded three cash
prizes, aggregating $11, for the near-
est guesses as to the number of votes
Senator Taliaferro would receive in
the primary of June 7.
C. W. Bartleson & Co., wholesale
grocers, Jacksonville, offered eash
prizes amounting to $100 for nearest
guesses. -Mr. Barron tried his luck,
with the result that he received the
fourth and fifth prizes of $5 each, and
the eighth pr;se of $1. The city edi-
tor of The Sun walked into Mr. Bar-
ron's store just as he was opening the
letter containing the cheek, and it is
needless to add that he was perfectly
satisfied with the result.
'Mr. Barron is one of the progres-
sive merchants of Evinston, as well as
postmaster. He has enjoyed a lucra.
tive trade at that place for the past
twenty years- during which time he
has been a regular reader of The Sun.
All Druggists
Ask the readers of this paper who are
suffering with indigestion or dyspepsia
to call on them at once and get a bot-.
tie of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. If you
knew the value of this remedy as we
know it, you would not suffer another
day. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a thor-
ough digestant and tissue-building
tonic as well. It is endorsed personally
by hundreds of people whom it has
cured of indigestion, dyspepsia, palpi-
tation of the heart and stomach troub-
les generally. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
digests what you eat. It is pleasant.
palatable and strengthening.
A marriage ceremony was. per-
formed by Rev. S. B. Rogers in this
city Friday evening which united H.
Virgil Richards and Miss Mae Car-
ter, daughter of W. R. Carter, for-
merly of Micanopy but now residing
in Jacksonville.
The function was a very quiet one,
none but the contracting parties and
minister being present. Both these
young people are quite popular in
Jacksonville, and their numerous
friends will wish them a long and

happy wedded life.
The Sun extends congratulations.
No Pity Shown.
"For years fate was after me con-
tinuously" writes F. A. Gpllege, Ver-
bena, Ala. "I had a terrible case of
piles causing 24 tumors. When all
failed Bucklen's Arnica Salve cared
me. Equally good for burns and all
aches and pains. Only 25c at all drug
Sea Level.
The waters of the various oceans are
not all on a level with each other.
Water in the bay of Bengal is 300 feet
above the Indian ocean level, and tthat
of the Pacific along the coast of South
America Is heaped as high as a thou-
sand feet-pr more above fte waters Is
the opposite Atlantic. These eleva-
tions depend on the attractions of great

-a of Mate e frem olid,
hbwg been buiat at the asts of MRob
ert aesee aC. Io The year 1S,
and made its art trip over the Basor.
Ot-own and M iford railroad on A-AM
, Ma7. rods m waa s then~ general
knew'n as the -'Veazie *ad.' and the
track wa made of. wooden rails
trapped with iron. ThEw shackles ed
to conmnet the engine aad cars were
made of three thickbne s of ale or
belt leathei- held together by copper
riets and -had a bolen each i end so as*
to hook orer an upridgt Statinary pin
bolted or drien into a rtigd beamn ex-
tendingfrm the end of the car. It
amid that for a time the engine was ran
la opposition to a six ox team em-
ployed by a Bangor lumber dealer who
wa not willing to pay the rates
charged on the railroad, and it was
not untfl the manaIement of the lane
cante to what he consIdered fair
charges that heoturned his traffic over
tol t.

Bbals l Players and Foot Racers!
Louis J. Kruger, ex-ehampion long
distance foot raer of Germany and
Holland, writes, October 27th. 1901:
"Duriog my training of eight weeks'
foot races at Salt Lake '., io April
last. I ueed Balltard's Snow Liniment
to my greatest tisfaetion. There-
fore, I highly e mend Snow Iani-
ment to all who are troubled with
sprains, braises or rheumatism." 26e,
af,$1 bottle. Sold by W. M. John-

TIe tuecr Man.
Of all forik Oft te.Li-er titere is none
alfre tires,,j:,. to ?il with than that
which is klin.w.n .s "*qulier." Dow |
comiie at bit. from tho' blue In the
Midst of'nt unshsne. andu a sud-
deln tiutn l aid uanrvsene hide our
friend colmuailqy fran iour vivw. Al.
injured attitua.e is assumed, a mar-
tyr's- haki o are uflly pined on. aand
happy. everyday life becomes an im-
posA.bility. PtI'ipleo who want to be
l oved or even lil:'el should never be
difficult. Society has not time. even If
It had the inclination, to study their
Sdiosyncrasies and play up to all their
petty prejudices. The passionate and
even the sulky temper isforgiven soon-
er than the difficult one and is perhaps
more possible to cure.--Edlth H. Fow-
ler in London Mal.

Was Wasting Away.
The following letter from Robert R.
Watts of Salem. Mo., is instructive:
'I have been troubled with kidney dis-
ease for the last five year. I lost
flesh and never felt well. Doctored
with leading physicians and tried all
remedies suggested without relief. Fi-
nally I tried Foley's Kidney Cure and
less than two bottles completely cured
me and I am now sound and well."
Sold by 3. W. MeCollum & Co.
A Enr'-<- floceC;-.
Fra .cis. G *,.". \v:i;':-. v,.r'; on th |
p ci'upiletI in t! :. y<',ar 7.7. s:ys: 'The
pe-sants of Suffolk have a sihple and
never failing. cure for ague. It is this:
#'rite the word "Abacadabara' in form
as shown below, place ft In a nutshell
and wear the same about the neck."

The farm is

here given:


Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
arrhoea Remedy.

and Di-

This remedy is certain to be needed
in almost every home before the sum-
mer is over. It can always be de-
pended upon even in the most severe
and dangerous cases. It is especially
valuable for summer disorders in chil-
dren. It is pleasant to take and never
fails to give prompt relief. Why not
buy it now? It may save life. For
sale by all druggists.
A ?.muptom.
Tomdlx-Wh:r ra.soi, have young for
thinking you h:ive* hay fever? nIojax-
Because every time I meet a grass
widow I sneeze. bheiago Journal
Enthusiastic mediocrity often passes
for talent. A Lot sausage Is not more
nutritious than a cold sausage. but it
Is more highly thought of.-Pock.
Is a violent inflammation of the mu-
eous membrane of the wind pipe,
which sometimes extends to the lar-
ynx and bronchial tubes, and is one of
the mosnt dangerous diseases- of c-hil.-
dren. I1t4most always comes o a in
the night. Give frequent smal doses
of Ballard's Horhoaad 8vrun aind an-


,-.- -. "ae r .oc oa^ ra =1 + -


jh p

For Sale by Johnson Bros.q. Gaine-vile

on our wirig and, other ei
work is made clear a"d diainae
many patrols. It mates
you want. in S lee -- w
Rlorm ,nstalsion-ai bell, -
orn, lighting devices, burglar i
mators for any purpose-wear
sitiom to supply them all at fair


c1 ilr L^U S

T.BIr-w- Wm g -,. Az-TzTzl q--G-S-i

Jackeoonvllle and Ne--Yorki,
Calling at CHOARLESTON, C., Iboth way. -

Clyde New England and Southern LinD
Direct Servce Between JACKSONVILLE BOSTO and
PROVIDENCE and AlH l -Easten P i,
calling t Charleston both ways. :

Southbound.......................... -...Fnm Lew]s Wharfs "a
Northboond............... From sFet o Catine t., J m

t wSL AasJio&I
Between. JA+CUK>ONVILL&- anid SANORIIX +-|
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St Francis, Beresford (DeLand).and LnataAu
Landings on SL JohRsiveri
Lesves Jacksonville 8:10 p. m. Sunday, Tuedy and Thursdays.
Leaves Sanford i:30 a. m. Mondays, Wedeays and Fridays.
~, Is appointed to sail as 1oLov: -
sostbona. SCREDA LB
Leave 8 O pm .............. ... Jackonil...... .. ,. ri
8:4 pm ............... ...... ..... ... l d
SOam..................Aster ....
w..................... Franis.............
I.. ............Berefoa d BeLand .. ......._ '- l
Arrive 8:80a ......... ...... l d. .. ......
10:00 am... .Eterprise. ........... ..
F. 3 IRONMONGER J. Amt.G=m.PM AAt. m t a .. W ... m ,in *
W. G. COOPER. Jr.. Fve Ag= P. KVSULg 5SS
Aot or Notasurees. Jaeanle;.e.
A. C. HAGERTY. Gen. Em anm;Wum. AtaSmework.- THEO. 0. EGER, M. P LYD
'General Manager, Gneral A Ainis. ,
CbemebfroortA Badag. 1 Ste-meanes. e T Y

'UO QT ts!



The Atlantic o t Lin

oatgOmArytandtLI.N.rd xieyeT
Atlanta ad Chtta a.

On sale daily. 'Good

Romnd Tri Rates From Gae e:

0 $680

till Dee. 25.

mountain maaes-the bay of Bengal Ballard's Snow Lianiment ea
on the Himalayas and the South Pa l to he throim t. e, 0e. I1e Sold by
defl on the Ande W. M. JohnMi.

W.. . T0' W " Good e

OW sale daft. Good R.tI4

Sa.Adf.. rd
: mn.din_ -only-- m



Iatbr 5e'feaiw91 a res

Shams, arrived in the eity
i nid- wi emmai- her. a few

ie calling ards, gentlemen's
sils. an- d an, y -ther
I feaies printed in the latest
.lesat this Me-and thprie is
e friends o W. A Meriff will
|.. gd d at the inftoraattioa tat
eisA o qgalai.after a connement
seven days at the Odd Fellows'

S... K stry. r.. .-rtrned
from i Jacksonville. He
sK to steady the meeting of the
lte Dameiatsc Exzecutive Commit.
whiche is a member.
UL .d,. r, .or Wthe p .. ew
ge*l agt o( thi er Atlanti Coas
e Bihland, arrived n the city
l|| i. e will remain here for
Before assuming another
with the road.
tetio is dieted to the cange
-_- vertement of Geo. W. Hyde,
g Store," which appean else.
pwar- ef this l-ase. Mr. Hyde has
|lal store wlth electric fans
or*.ee. mt"bort o his customers, and

d- iaettes is now la itixury.
sd-a-lle .Ri V. D-ike depated
e oneioy toe m ew Hampshire. hating
|- g s.muuannd by telegraph on an-
oest o hee -Ifpess of their daughter.
i~ Maoide. It is to be hoped that
hey will fid the yoong iady greatly

jMrs. Mj L later and son, George,
were in the eityfrom Knapaha yes-
terday. Mw. Miller is now residing
as Daytoa, bet has been at Kanapaha
with hera s ri ng the loa

Swhise was one of the finest in the

R. R. Murray and family who have
been residing it this city for the past
ew months, have removed to Sasran
Sabh. Mr. Murray has been in the em-
gZloy of the Seaboard Air Line here,
Sae has made minany friends who re-
gret to ase. him leave. They wish himn
and his estimable family mech success
s tsheil new home, however*
Cheap rates to White Springs and
a nw via 9. A G. Railway. Daily
nmnit, 1 days, $8. Week end, going
turdys and Sndays retiring
3Sndiaysi following, $2.0 Leave
sainrille6.4a. in., e:5 p. in. Sun-
day emursion only one dollar. Leave
uOsinesville 4 a. m. Nine hours at
p rings and back same day. J. F.

If a eastomer is attracted t your
store through an advertisement, and
there is a listless don't-eare sort of a
spirit exhibited in $he showing of the
goods, it will create an impression in
te Amind of the prospective customer
vale of the offerings or more entho.
Slasm would be displayed in showing
and explaining their good qualities of
seeh ftering.-Boekner.
Manager O'Neel of the Aragon Ho-
- tel. Jacksonville, is making that hos-
telry a most desirable resort. It is
one of the most popular hotels in the
- Sottth. managed by a popular and
teneuts manand i destined to be.
eaome a fixture among Jacksonville's

prqpresive enterprises. Robert Mad-
lod. head waiter at the Aragon, is
one of the most efficient in the ser-
i .. He has been for years in his
ofession, and .has served as head
i aiter at :the Duval and Windsor bo-

)yd. antlnlsmon Will Close Stores in
Ode to GivClerks a Rest.
AMs R. Wilson and George W. Hyde
0nounee that, beginning next Thurs-
they willclose theirstores prom pt.
aI o'elpek every Thursday after-
tl October 1 in order to give
_er' a. half holiday.-
i i -tsa gaerous and entirely vol-
en the part of these, pro-
Al h-mant mB aate,atsand it
*^J^sd thla

bore in which H-amlio

ba&d. Parents know that
time of sudden, sickness or
cdent it



A touch of Rheumatism; a
twinge of Neuralgia; an attack
of headache, earache, tooth-
ache; a had sore throat: a stub.
born col. \lhat ever the
trouble is: Wizard- Of drives
away th! pain at once and
cures the diseasequickly.
O"ly One nuiMe.
Signature 4 "Lwrn ros." on Wnwrapper.
Mam Blowl in Bottle. Prce 50c.
Hamlins Cougli Balsam acts
-like magic on a cold. It heals
the lungs aud wards off con-
sumption. Price 25c-
Hamlins Blood and Liver Pills
do away with. the ills and dis-
comforts of constipation. They
act pleasantly ad effectively.
Pfd e 25c.

Force Now Working This Way-Will
Reach Town in a Few Days.
Superintendent Amrnold and his force
coannue busy in the construction of
the -Prairie Creek hard road, upon
whbh they havebeen working with the
machinery for the past two months.
If the conditions of the weather eon-
tinue favorable, Mr. Arnold expects to
complete his work in this direction
within the next seventeen days,
connecting with Alachua avenue. This,
will afford a fine, hard thoroughfare
for a distance of about five miles.
When this end of the road is com-
pleted work will be reumed on the
east end and the road will be pushed
to the creek, after which the ma-
chinery will be operated in other aec-
tions of the county.
There is no doubt but that the ma-
eninery is performing faithful work,
and the county is fortunate in having
such an experienced engineer as Mr.
Arnold, who for several yelrs was em-
ployed in the works which manufac-
tured the traction engine. He under-
stands its mechanism thoroughly,
hence experiences no trouble in keep-
ing it in order .
One Lady't Recommendation Sold
Fifty Boxes of Ckwmberlain's
Stomach and Liver. Tablets
I have, I believe, sold fifty boxes of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets on the recommendation of one
lady here, who first bought a box of
them about a year ago. She never
tires of telling her neighbors and
friends bout the good qualities of
these tabtlets.-P. M. Shore. druggist,
Rochester, Ind. The pleasant purga-
tive effect of these tablets make them
a favorite with ladies everywhere. For
sale by all druggists.
Co. Dutton Has Sailed.
Hon. W. G. Robinson is in receipt of
a telegram from 0. W. Chase, New
York, bearing information that Col.
H. F. Dutton sailed on the steamship
Oeltiefrom New York for Liverpool.
Eng. Col. Dutton is combining busi-
ness with pleasure. Hu expects to be
absent several months,. during whieh
time he will visit many places of Vinter-
est in Europe.
If the Baby is Cutting Teeth
-Be sur and use that old and well-
tried remedy, Mrs. Wisalow's Sooth-
ing Syrup, for children teething. It
soothes ths child, softens the gums.

allays all pain, cures wind colic
the best remedy for diarrhoea.
ty-five cents a bottle.
Sorrowful News.

and is

To Mrs. Dr. Giddings' friends: She
is much worse. She has been under
the care of a skilful physician with a
nurse. She is at Lithia, Ga. Com-
munieations will reach her addressed

flel usbeathe. ,. St. &s- Pr et
Wt.. Osj A.
a iAsociation oa the World' Peatliao
ft. Louis, buat iDAt Omore epe-
sire than he pwbably anticipated,
hse be writes a friend in this o sty
that -"in sMe aunscmCsale way he
Sanaged to oInse Afty dollars. His
me. friendly here will sympathize with
Viz-^p Pf. Ornmod w iteA frm, Omaha.
- e states -that -he is with Prof. -X. H.
so. DeLand, and that they expect to
spend-a few weeks in Sioux O ty,M
Iows, as the guests of Prof. Deland'.
S relatives.
S Cohsumwptives Need Not Despair


Phone 1's

P.O. Boax i


P'resh verr Day.
Delivered tso All Parts of City.
Satfaim Oma aaratsseed


Best on the Market,

Gives Energy, Muscles and
Blood, and is Free I
From Dust.

to Lithia. I statethis as I have been
asked for her address. FOr Sale by AU Whesale rem
S. B. GIrohos. Jackuevi l Fbi.

-I WEsI Lk Tour-P e or It


W ftor I tee n w at a bi m amI

S" ANl ESIVILL. F-,Oi1-A5 --

Our buies is striwty easnhed to the venmm detail wMenmt to
wship of lan and we have no p.ivateor pemw "axe t.ogd ." la
with tat busuiess. We nake a spetlalty o1 the pseguoa oeam da
make exhauVoe a titles. We reprsmt y
a maters etainin to the *amesaInt and a
demptiof oatt tax sales. When yes d pIampt a d
TieU in our line eal on or write as Noary pabli ia -e.

JA. KM. On


ANxM, Preledmt -aW. Hes, V~as-Pa



Caita......... ................M.,O0 (
Surplus and Undivided Profits... 25,000 0(
e m w soau omfy sa e bm wH fanmie s s- a& s l m
y ..Iesrr~aems AbI~-d r- ML.TA-.

b- .e:. -

' -i - .- .

As many cases pronounced hopeless
by physicianshave been cured by Fo-
ley's Honey and Tar. 1.. M. Rggles of
Reasoner, Iowa, writes: -,The doctors
sad I had consumption and I got no
better until T used Foley's Honey and
Tar. .It helped me right from the san
and stopped the spitting of blood and
pain ik my lungs and todayI am sound
and well." Sold by J. W. MeCollum
&Co. _________
Card of Thanks.
Mrs, E. A. Perry and MR. B. A.
Conway of Hammock Ridge desire,
through The Son, to-extend their sin.
eere gratification and thanks to the
many kind friends from Roeky Point,
Arredondo and Gainesville for the
sympathy manifested in their recent
trouble. the sad and unexpected death
of Mr. Conway, whieh occurred by an
accident at Floral City. Especially do
they extend thanks to Mr. Koler, who
rendered great and needy service, be-
ing virtually a stranger. To all kind
friends who attended the burial ser-
vice under disadvantages is extended
thanks, with the assurancee that their
sympathetic kindness will never be
The pill that will. will fill the bill,
Without a gripe.
To cleanse the liver, withouta quiver,
Take one at night.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers are small,
easy to take, easy and gentle in effect,
yet they are so certain in results that
no one who uses them is disappointed.
For quick relief from biliousness, sick
headache, torpid liver, jaundice, dis-
ziness, and all troubles arising from an
inactive, siuaish liver, Early Risers
are unequalled. Sold -by all druggists.

Harness and

Repair Shop

In Connection with Stables.
All wtork dae pmaply sad A rMa a
teed Pricess Nwr as Mw
stabes ,maA4 ?lesttet-ftrer Seit


Corner Uowe ad Cvpre e streets.

Send Us Your Next Order -for Job Work

mstab ****d. 2878-

F. uTTTOg N&, OO

Do a geawal beankla budmSe. bny andU0 a ioB D- Deme h R
TMe sMeetnm t bw.e rs. 1e11 ra ism. EM e6a ndesmo
*ree*ied i afan tw r .nItetmi ta ee. m -
'ee"eowe n obtam ibstUTted SAM

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Reveals the News and Facts governig
Studies underlying causes of Market
Movement,. -
Reviews, analyzes and criicises Railroad
and Industrial reports
Has complete tables of Earnings of
Quotes active and inactive Stocks and
RecordsAhe last sale of Bonds and the
yield on Investments at the price.
Answers, .without charge, inquiries con-
cerning Investments.
O. whe daily esealts TIE WALL STRT
JOURNAL Is better qallbn tio lavet meary
saely aAd preltaMy aastt advise ahet lawvet.
imts tha *o* wko dMes t.

44 amh Stret. ew .Tet.
$1 a Tar, I. Me1th.

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Asoa-"er-.eunera L

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p Of -..o Public l am.e.
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I/ .. oa C omnim isoeer,

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i- t.,mi-, l lg illta pwMI ,5 5
_4 od -i a m i i1 be 4a fl. 'Lbe ai
s.4heas Tbea tBaa Bl 2eh wf *n*d* s toes ip me Ibs ia kide anyia
Mo.Mb. be im. is o w a""* o a- +-ar or
-- bo tdivare law I tt nao ash e- wh. lk yeas, aond tem hwed. o] dN
eges th ee...ue keale ves wi sth eaimsry as to vmte a e the *aforte-
Slessw tho ghtf aaia aMi af who rea elie gla" p-a on
se e. be best 1 at lb- t wb epMLi t Ai 0%
--Cle Jeete thektd ml wOsader what 0
S om-. at h ir coming to. eHow doe The -a nIUl eSmathpiSi -f ties r im
i It happen that men and wames me- -B, wt of w deth" k4ack ios isy
.in t samry and then, ase es of comatry it U4.Xa0 d it is yearly
mt life- together, are content with para eeming bhader to I am this demand.
- t ? Eaheb et hist and aher o wt Granite, metal, sad more recently.
j rand mou pique or other case arrie co ete ties have bees experimented
a e eagaitn. Bits nBot intended. There wih, bat nowhere peranaently adopt-
isometh ngabout it which is epel ad he aio t wood-
lent. It seems th4s no man of eel i- en ties are not sons to be displaced s
S bIw y ability aod oi woman who appreciates o t y :
her honor eaw think of amarriage af- A ok of wew whate Peking dacks
S"ter divoreeunless some terrible m&. numbering a t n "euiring tSol-
.mow. takewash made in the rAt istay e ia crlod of fod week. is the
a ieu Our cmivliation shows that it is defee. "show" to which the villagers of Riv.
a4 R- ive. i t either shows that or it prOeV ert, Virginia, take strangerm who
a' worsen-thin-that we are yet aM ap- happen i to paao-- Valley
able of civilixfation.Thetatter-hypoth. town.-N1e en and a an youtbh
esis- mosMtnecessarily resteon he prin. a employed to attend this feathered
te eiple that we still possess aimal y.
am instincts which we are not strong
eno. enough to hold in subjection. And Laaded For mTc.
w. this may be true in somerespects, and- Edde,. k ou yiksow what happens
.u. It is a pity. In eatery commarity we toad litt le loys ,
have the spectacle of husbands mi Yedmn th bears ewt 'em up." e
. wives who have been the wives and why dont tr to be
husbands of other persons. Tiiy have -Huh S'pose I am afraid of bears?
children-many of them--and these Say I got a toy plstolr'-Eri Dis-
hildren moust feel that they are worsm e patch.
than orphaned. Of coure it is a deli-
ate subject and there is no intention es.
to wound anyone's eelig The Nell (pining for pleasant words)-Oh
George. [Icannot understand It. Why
thought merely is that the marriage do you lsh this wealth of love on
relation should be considered as orne- e when there are so sany is more
thing more than a mere codveniencea beautiful and more worthy than I am'
its aims should be high and holy. The Gerrge-'rn itare I dont know.
wife is the mother, and no man
worthy of the name, and no woman opeWno a the Doe..
worthy of thename.should forget what She-Faint h art never won fair
it allmeans. Mistakes are made-and ady ou know e-Te. I fear
are made b good people in many in sall never muster up courage to pro-
are madeby good people in many in s h-But then ladies are not all
stanees-but the consequences of mi fair. I'm ta decided brunette.
mating should be carefully considered ____s_
before and not after the die has been KSowi ta intef.
east. The divorce evil is an appalling The chronicles of crime in the news-
one, but it cannot be escaped. It can, papers do not show that the work Is
however, be modified and it aeems growing worse, but that it is juust
that the dicassion now, going on learning how bad It ts.-Philadelplhi:
throughout the country wilL be bene- Inquirer.

In the Cascade mountains about 75 lIVte and Kidne ys
miles eas t of Jacksonville, Ore., the R ash i.hly t t that these org3
seeker of the curious will find the It is h'' l -ekrporan t ya tes.o
shrQM& properly perormn their fuictinms.
Great Sunken Lake, the deepest lake in When t wh lanes of the
the world so far as he situation i s .nd back. 'vb y-wness of the sini
concerned, for it is said to average r t S 2,000 feet down to the water on all h -achab imi-plues and- blotches, tnd
sides. The depth of the water un- o- "' f cr- t, h It- tLes1tury.
known, and its surface is smooth and n h .oaterave asns ,e
unruffled by strongest winds. It is ,U .
about 15 miles in length and four and 5O GiapwiMa
one-half miles wide. For unknown Ga "'?se Rrgans vi2or and tone for the
ages it has lain still, silent and mys- pr ;. r ;,?ti.:uzruce of thelt functions. and
serious in the bosom of the great mountain range as though scopped out ______________________
by the hands of a giant genius.

The following method of getting rid I Imw- u
of stumps is reeommended by The Sei- M5l3I
entifie American: "In the autumn


Te colonies of the world have one-
Slird of the population.

Boa e men waste a dollars worth of
timee trying o save five cents.

It isall right to start itght. bt you
umt keep rifht if ou end right.

In the United States the sparrow bas
six broods a year, in Britain seldom
anire than three.
Four handed and uixty-four train
Ssa" anTd leave the New York Central
sassls every day.
A thou ad mlllon milel are cor-
- eedb the ara o trains of this 6eou.
try ln the oenae of a year.

ameter, according to the girth ofThe oriM ueLatr anSa headShee ow &ie n alsg
CaseaeessCaadyissbarii I fael very mach b eev
stump, vertically in the center of the I baln sertalaly reosea the to ar riends
latter, and about eighteen inches deep. bSets tm i .i in r m .'
Put into it one or two ounces of salt-
peter; fill the hole with water and fr
take out the plug and pour in about
one-half gallon of kerosene oil and igf
nite it. The stump will smolder E
tremities of the roots, leaving nothing
but ashes."
PlsImt. PalUabe. POM a 00".Di ObOe,
T- s,>icke.,we., r ,SGrip.M Ie. S.e. KB
In some localities in the west, the Saomi k. The e e webI bmped cfwcC
people living on rural routes are asking t eue y ocurM- -V.Y. -a-
sfight change in the going- and coming a _BOW 'S4 1911 To_ 0Rin
of earriers. They complain that when '
the carriers go over their routes the
same way every time the people living
-c""" : BAUN ER SALVEi
near the end of the journey always S L E
get mail late in the day. What they f l_ -l tI
ask is that the carriers, change aout
monthly, thus equalizing things. As 004 it ure DiSor es. Cut
Owrns a ad ski
so many miles are covered a day in ru- T I
ral delivery, it cannot make mueh dif. It ivly
ferenee which part of the route Is cov-
ered first. -_ Our AUs
*. Eglega er o asat thibn
The farmer's money comes through .a ws I hat a w at i
honest toil, and there is no great aboan- Pl-l 6I.gtal er BANUIR WAL'V
dance, and none to burn or throw emOae imy sa~t .4p Ms a
away. Henee he does not like to be 1 li_01 rfflS l 4
cheated ad does not deserve to be.
Yet the paper are full of quack med-
ical and other humbg advertisements, 9 6i I W. -e BN&'CO
seeking the farmers hard-earned cash.

An automobile lawn mower, driven es hu a
by electricity. i now ed to cut us tlii
grass on the Capitol Park in Washing-a -. .. as. as S U"S
ton. __*
Freight traiae carry 1,20, ,03*0-. i
tons per year.

> winter -ig", thate, i 9
r cold, is wroug; a pv-ltIo a-ges -AIL-
dit of the liver, i- te o( 111
kidneys or s sudden coolitgdh eh b mt& |,,
sawack. P-oums A-
mdkitoni of the blood and b. c 4ctu.tim. -
4eposi its an acrid -corromseive.
M ithe in, the joint and n
ssnow d the b um w > 'seis L

of acid X impurities, ad Iwate as a
when the system sn suchSS
condition Rheumsatit is m i
liable- t coCe out at any -
time, winter or uamner. It a .- .a.
in hasteoed and p rovked
by exposur, to cold, damp air, sudden coolng of the body w-
heated, a bad spell of indigestion, or tha at ia w le
ther derange and depre the ste; theae re only ei
ot the real cause of Rhematism. It is ia the -blood, a wta
ital fluid becomes ovrcarge with the acid imprities and is A
riot in the veins, an atack is su to ome, whether in MBBBr
the cold, bleak das of winter. o Youema dae to pan a k
blood is tainted wwt atcid. Liniata and lastere mu helpMi
ful, but it takes something mI tha rubimg andbliaesingt
waythis demon ofpain. S. S. ea the seat dothe t
tear out of the blood time a Md pe

e vanish, andw the longed-for relief comea to :t eW
tertuied uuffrss. &S S. S. contains ilernlbat us -g
purely vegetable. Write s if in aeedolfldl advwie, w si
without charge. Ouwr book oen -at.. tellig of
segas and varictis of this pain-racki&ng dias, is mailed hue.

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Cotton See d Bagging and Twine
Leather in Strips or Sides.

Manufacturers of the James Doig Iiproved n
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FOR... -

Savannah, Co umbia, Cam-den, South
Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash.
ington, Baltimore, Phita-

deiphia. New York.

Two Elegant Tns Daiy.

Seaboar E ress.

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*b as pleadin* aula

.Seia r by doepas
li -...:* *' "_.:.: .

wowssi be. t4* k.o w -i.
igiete ..i-.serat of the
- - -e Mealodiitehureh,
te e -gietimUon luivited toi
letbirsie~lRanO'hueth, Rev. I.
g Monday sebel at -Ja. m.
at a10:. Sabfeet, "Heash
;toMae." Evening servee at
bjest. belieflif o Doubting
?staty Ep-aeopal Cherol, Rev.
aggig-Bsi7 eommauioe at
i. Sunday ebool at t9G
* Seeosgpr#yest a oo'suek
-urief Oatolg Cure. BRev.
paue* Meaaat 9:J0 a. m. De-

iadially Invited to all

w ..diat -.we-mei Seats free.

Se to health is nerve tension,
ees due t burry and worry, but
- oesnt often due to poor indit
1a- baed stomach, a torpid liver
onr These eondisions all
a tgte maid aid will .keep your
oredge if you do not remove
-er f Better stomach medicine in
bi o m & 6t0 "AgAuF F lowered no
rer eore for indigestion or dyspepsia.
--tia-Ioitle Big bottle. 7,e. at
W. V1jobaisa.
STer Haley of Archer Fined Heavily
Or Toting and Firing PistoL
V eease be insisted in breaking the
tw by toting a pistol and discharginag
-It rw klesly on a public highway aft.
lt: being warned, Tom Haley, a big.
Sb.arley negro of Archer, has gotten
Himself into all sor of trouble, and it
wil require eight months' hard ser-
w- the phosphate mines to work

-Haley ws arraigned in Zistlet
-Chemt ala'seourt at Archer upon two
41hages. The -ist was the carrying
e the gun and the eeeondfor disor-
deriy conduct ad discharging the
o. a p-blie high way. -In the
fnt eame he was fied the customary
$10orix months, wilein
the latter a sentene of 2 and ostO
or sixty days in ail was imposed.
ot4 having the "wtherewith" to buy
bhk freedom, Hatey was brought to
tis city Saturday by Deputy sheriff
Ii) aI d pissd in All. He will be

Cured of itching Ples.
W. Fliat a merBchant of Orchard,
Ia., writes: "1 had baen greatly trout.
|Jled with itehing piles for several
years and tried many so-called pile
-esn without relief, bit was complete-
Slycad by Banner dalve. It the
best pile cure." 1od by J. W. ReCol.
ItnoA o.
Parker Is Amused.
Paritts. N. Y.. July S.-Judge Park-
| f* t an n ervenrtful- day. Speaking
-of the ltttrs which he has received,
tdbe zd e appeared greatly amused
S at tie importance which has been at-
.accd to seae of them. He said
-* had ;Acirather unusual letter toda
Boste writer had views on the land
r;aestio,. lHe said, he would hve'
Been ptrctly willing to let reporte a
4e he letter but for the fact that Its
wit ws a woman. The incident
f Job I0 RPockefeller. Jr.s, visit to
tinsto a last night blew over today
'th atag a ripple. Mr. and
Mrsteo enfeli left the Bagte hotel
Kluaggme tpday to drive down the
thout aviag appeared near
Sludge Parker's omly visitor
t atenintg was the artst,
b al>^ti|ngi his *.-

S ft- NE.A.1.AC .-

I? #*.' ,r'/g. = -- _
K&O LA-CO. .,G&&M"&0. .r&

Wanted to Take Man's Place on the
S Gallows.
Savannah Ga.. July 9-Friday W I.
Ae Calvin, a negro, after. several stiff
iegal battles, is to be hanged for the
marer -of Boss Pace.
Will Pollard a negro sentenced to
te years for burglary, asked Deputy
Sheriff Sweeney to allow im to take
CalvTl'S place and be hanged. Swee-
ney bad to decline.
Pollard says he would rather die
than be In thte penitentiary ten year.
As mthalaotus. -eas-ns Po 3O
we m f t we Pulle.
Will cycling ever regafn Its former
place? It' : believed that it will. be-
cause It deserves to come again Into
popular favor, says Abbot Bassett. sec-
retary of the L. A. W.. In Harper's
Weekly. The enthustasts among wheel-
men today are the old timers. They
thoroughly appreciate what the wheel
baa done for them. and It is a great
scarce of regret that the young people
of today dq not get the'fun, the health.
the exhilaration that the veterans got
from the wheel when younger blood
coursed in their veins. The boys and
girls of today have been looking at
-wheeling as thingenot to do. They
know nothing of touring and of the
various functions which have been fa
part of wheel life.
We believe bicycling will come back
Because the bicycle is a practical thing.
It has endurhig qualitiess. It is a
thing that ought to live and it will live.
Those who have never ridden a wheel
cannot begin to appreciate the exhil-
aration wbhiih contmes from riding. No
other foru rmf -locootion m;n compare
with It. The uiomobile Is a lazy
m:m's vehilee. It serves -itn who
walMis comfort a.nd freedom from work.
It provides the ele'meiriTf excitement
-and dantge.r. hbut it d :os not provide
health g vin} exercise and exhilara-
I';n:rng t!e tiezC of what may he
called tli_ s :,.Kn of l>b:yciEng the wheel
has not gone cut entirely, for tuou-
sands a:nd hindrtds o(f thousands are
ridmri it :'nl will coItiuUe to ride it.
It Is usedl very !:r'pcly for utilitarian
purpoe.s. Th<1 sc.o<4-;hoy ride's it to
and from .school.. ihe l1,borer.rtios it
to and frri hlis i <,rk. the horest.oer
goes for the mail on it. This will eon-
tinue until some better means of- COn-
veyance at a cheaper price comes into

Fierce as he was, the infamous
Chief Justice Jeffreys did not always
esacpe the sting of a repartee. He

went to a country assize once where
an old man with a great beard came
to give evidence, but had not the good
fortune to please the Judge, d he
quarreled with his beard and said. "If
your conscience Is as large as your
beard you'll swear anything." The old
blade was nettled and briskly returned.
"My lord, if you go about measuring
consciences by beards your lordship
baa none."

The heart of the wihe man bsould
resemble a mirror, which reflects every
ob1ict without being sullied by any.-

Grand Master Ralph Here.
Among the prominent Floridans viW-
iting Gainesville this week was Hon.
Those. W. Ralph of Palatka. grand
master of Florida, 1. 0. 0. F., who
eame to pay an official visit to Center
-Lodge No. 11 of this city. Prof. Ralph
visited the lodge Friday evening, when
-work in the second degree was demon-
strated. He complimented the lodge
very highly upon the work, and stated
that he was gratified to note the
healthy condition of the order here,
as well as the interest apparently
Prof. Ralph returned to his home
yesterday afternoon. While here he
was the gue of his brother-in-law, .


S-tte M w iarhica ee the .e0
i@ue n opthentmar thedad. Itri
a lj dsave tbe .rttve. whk M e,
M. before. A. ma. goes to the tem-
le and in solemnly Immersed for his
the grandfather's name is
i th- 1 book of rateCords the grandOn
contributea fee and tome the next
da&, to he baptized for hi gradmoth-
er and so on. As the reult of thi, s
fairh the eMortos aive delved more
4e pey Into their dheailogy perhaps
thi a ny other claS of Americans. I
-aw of several cases in which Me
mbas have gone to England an purpose
to trace out their genealogickal tree.
brh :ing back long istas of their aheei-
tor. in sone castes golg back to the
tli- of Iwelam ite Conqueror. On
tb(<;r return to Utab they begln the
of biptism-a dip for each
anestor'-Jay stannard Baker ianc Cn-

Safeguard the Children.
Notwithstandit atS that is done by
boards of health and charitably in-
erlihed persons, the death rate among
small children is very high during the
hot weather of the summer months in
the large cities. There is not probably
on-e a e of bowel complaint in a hun-
dred. however, that eould not be cured
by the time -1y use of Chamberlain's
Coli, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
For satleby all druggists.
s norry. d .
ry. Co-A.l when you told him I
we- wsarrnlet. d1d he seei to be sorry?
FrIeond-Uh. yea: he said so quite
fr nkly. Mrs. Colls-D14 hbe really?
Fr'end-Yes; -Indeed. be said be was
know the man personally.

The eali for catarrL, colds, asthma and all dis-
eases of the th rust, best and ligs ist
Quakor Oil, the new discovery. It is
perfectly harmless even to children.
and is guaranteed to give perfect sat-
isfaction in every case or money will
be promptly returned. It renders
grippe impossible, quickly destroys
disease germs, and insures full, per-
fet and natural breathing through the
nostrils. For sale by R. W. Yanae,i
Island Grove. Fla.



R!Ltee S2i50 per day a-d up. with
private ath fioMay to e-
vember at day



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None Better in the State at $2 aDay. Porteri-
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-I N .M.rn. i oeaunty. Our manager has lived in this eoaa irty_ yes a9-
O, ksi. is thoroughly couversant with had tidei.
Oh, It Makes Me S- nile t Mt
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BUGGIES IAD WAOS. entig a number n nd nm.i
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till Dec. :5.
Round Trip. On
sale daily. Good
sixty days.

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ltker Wroitf iar4a anDd Cbatanesos or Ceaambia a AsAbere. "TLM5(ow
Ot ae ro =lorisa with itasown rask tse S. L.ots. Two Usk -a am
Jaea-onvffe. Throasa sleep ...
CarKan EmatE TeM smee. ? em em s sr l OaAmiaa
of Warmees Wes ate e tacaui te n huM-aa. wisns wsintuo-u
rea athe Sevpe Comsear. Laake onswowr. MI iow- SO
IesS sa vauable iU.m e..ess.. d m

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unt (( .-M ant at Aruioiurdia
aisI Cellare in hue Wheesale

ve -BG dts to higher Placesr
ass _City, Jiuly -All oC the west
statess on the Missouri side includ
g 1the union depot and the great
bolsa_ e district ot Kansas City will
ave bee* .. covered with water before
the day has closed.
S A- break in the Kaw river near ArP
r-oB ale. Kf &.m last night Gfooded
te ceekars la the wholesale houses
Sad spread out towar the anion de
pot. Merchants generally removed
ti. ef- g-dsJ to higher ground or to
apper stories.
This morning a heavy rainstorm
started U a.t Kthsas City and West
Topeka. which will send the Kaw riv
or atill higher.
Convention ball, on the Missouri
: side which was opened to the people
driven .from Armourdale and Argen
tie was see of activity, to
ry ovts and bedding being arranged
--tr the homeless and preparatloas
t Iarted to feed them. Ins Kan-a
e- Ksa.. a so the' homeless were
Intak to cbrches. All saloons
dee closed and an appeal was sent
to Secretary mof War Taft to instruct
the commander at t. Worth to lasue
I raton to the thousands of destitute
Vbday all business was sUspended
at th- e stck yard. where athe wate
v46ared the j*sa to a depth of 5 feet
asn wooded the basentnt of the Live
Stepk rixhange.
At the packing plaatd at Aranour
da.e water stood 2 feet deep In the
e es f the different firms. Prac
--tia-ly no tralts came a from the
west today, but those to the easi
-- -ilthout trouble .

might Was e Terwor.
I"I ouald cough nearly all night
kl ," writes Mrs. Cbas. Applegate ol
Als aMi ia l d., mand could hardly
i_- l any slreed. I a. consumption a
bed that if I walked a block I would
oegh frightfally sad spit blood, but
when all other medicines failed, three
iL bol esof Dr. King4o Hew Diseou
ry wholly cred me and I gained i8
PoWds." Its abAolutely guarantee
Wto arn ougha, oda, lagppe, bron.
oeitla ad all throat and ang troubles.
Pifee SO0 and $1. Trial bottleS free a

f 64 Aivel. Lswerpet t ea. e
iCan you or your readers give an
asplanatton of the remarkably heav3
_percentage of splendidly handsome sla
di es to be seen in ULiverpoors ity thor
emghfares? W nit'i I say handsome.
refer not only! lu fuclnil beauty. bu
also to -svne ry of form and perfee
physique. Wuik fromi the Central sta
tIon via Lord street to, say. the Land
lug stage. a'iy day in-the week, am
you will betholk a phaltnx of saperi
womanhood. I am a Manchester two
by birth and settlement, but I must con
fems our city can prodnee nothing tc
1an, twely giris.i-St James' Gesette.

With its companion, heartburn
latulenae torpidity of the liver, con.
stipatlon, palpitation of the heart

poor blood, headache and other ner
vows yumptoms, sallow skim, fou
toague, offensive breath and a legio
of other ailmena, is as once the most
widepre and destruetive malad
atsmg the Aimerican people. The
erbine treatment will cure all these
troubles. 50e bottle. Sold by W. M.

eb Somber Forty In the Bible.
The rain that produced the flood
e l for forty (ays and forty nights
and after it ceased It was forty dayi
.. befwe Noah open! thpe rk. Mbse
S- was forty days on the mountain fast
Ill sad the spies spent forty days lin
e tigating matters in Canaan before
|l- their report. Elijah fasted
--ty -daysn tnthe wildermes, and Jo
S gave the peopleof neve ort
s : Si- which to repent. The tort
Sfast of Jes- n Is known to W l
serm s ofa the New tmeat.

These to be Added.
The Sn auninteautionally -omitted t
mention that at thbe meeting of the
Board of Trade Tuesday afternoon
-Mesrs. C. B. Stroiue and W. M. Pep
- jmr-wee elected asborary member
-et theft bosead the confusion and
ethesiasm which followed the meet.
g_ ~t repaorter neglected to care
Sthese amas, beoe they failed to ap-
ear on- Wedneaiaforaiig-

a o --.-iwi Jr.i -: l
cIhe haVidesi e en staorsas A m mIhte m, a n- .
anai* 1-AwaJn OAts as mao
Alrhtoa, ly 8.-A ahn U"arriage d o r athes wSM -
a.m.aaurpri n toal e WM tWas of etas Sieee WNash to Mr. Ptike lrmas dsae% Wa r u to .
rMosa Doer., wlih eered lass beia m ears 'el a er-tae -- - -

seemsort^ s:as ssesa -1at ore. es W of t
Mi' 0aah W 10ae of -the' nes popnilar sApen. A P teare a apt.r ee ae~" a --
a_ I* ^Aarlo" &eoth .tfie m- - -01 Will be "am'*--&^ :" 41---

e iif. tel temv. .umle oesuem oroe.s.onf Ptl a -
yorngwladies of ourtow, i and p ae the ms oyat d efak .~d t h a.rn e e

.Bete. of 1 r o a happy wedded It-t further powered that thi-s o be pu senbo.
Mrs. J. W. Dell in ity .i atMai sip ss. u -e
e d C. DyaiT N.CIietC a t. l et _.:?-
Mimes Cloud Maynard a-and Haeie A re copr of Wni. .
Sledge ar. visiting nd. Wines-.D ........ t lefu s-e.C
a Wavle. o ha e nig-.G. MASON. Sirt. for ComrWI.
i Dr. Myn ard of Webster spent th Ais a d n Ihoe FOR "-
week with his brother, T. P. Maynard. I t C t Cor. Eea alVdOsiat CWircuit. -ith S ili il nI
One hundred a.d sixteen tickets Coaunaty. ilad- -In C w t sin r lifaUt.I
S .ice .U k, a i Md Frak f"st.De- -. a0 1"s eyblaa te
iwere sold t this point Mounday for e Vor. A ut eei tola y Frhe
celebration at Gainesville. Ita earn rbyf amdavrits ended to the bi
SA. M. Pettit is aereting a neat resi- taio olde a cLS ttelnc .is M a l e

dentof the State oFdMia r .men oen as -I
,denf in West Algachua. ma oas o intb"y o
Miss Wallace of Jacksonville spent anatyd mepreeedin thisorder of Pu-l-caUion. r Iese a s g "- wia m a
an. bgl tm, tafcC 'Mraefthfat serviceeta- can-so UML L Sof on tjm
This week in our city, not be mde upo andsoer e mwe of et b eas odart

TheMessrsThomasof Attooa are required to .t F E B TO is a edelic lts, ret fMof .a.. .
fies i.swid cau, e an or before mon a,,e bi t -
day of Auut. A.D tI). O U4 lerwse theal r e "-verge m d
visiting relatives here. dye~ im of 0 A Asoe. A. d 10. i. berwah theoei- a
A crowd of our young people partici- nteof a wnte tatkas confesed by
pated in straw rideTh y They Itis orderattat thIs order be pufo ripeSA

risied Gallows Pond aod had a plunge in The Gine vie Sun. at ewspaer pub-iliha Berrie A oltely f ree
in the waters of that famous pond. ald ely ad Sate c r
S t M. W 0 [aB.yS.H.Wie o nge I I 0 ,C
(Miss Dave Roger of Barney, Ga., is Iseast c. G*DItcourse LfODI pmidlORS flaAnil *B
e visiting her sster .Mr. W.e H. A true opy of originaL rg. Metto tila
f at who been attending c. o MAS N o ie tV, flu es te id R .
College at Maeon, Ga., is visiting her neactst directly on the AM *

. Kell is back, aftera visit to a 8Me t bladder. Makes these or- AIW ER a TA, Stat At
his parents in Bradford county. Jane Ut-aner m oFrank Mainer.-Ivorce. an perform their fene- AMP A lImb-.
S- It ppeartti by adav appeared to the bill __ 1.
alnyi inToteder to the above stated caue hat Fran tlOS in a Batural. WA, -
S Brstny Tortured. aMlltner. the -defemdast t erei n name. a
i dre eressothe ,ad th. d mh r- ent of the Stae o~ lorida. c baa bee k..p
A case came to light that for per- abseat from Iplaceof resee for awtherby keping the system

pr cme thanyydaro ed t Pre eda arroythWo..F.ft.- OtrdeUr o
;sistent aod unmeeriful torture has on. ands o ae soet m In perfect and health on-
perhaps never been equaled. Joe Vrice u him. d Isovr
er of w yr: Itis thrfore edition.
olobick of Colas, Cal., writes ; "For dred ta said reilet defendant be and he-----

n I hi e t rereby required w to appear to the er
teryean I endured insufferable pain foaied Inl na e pauon or oue Mon-

earthmor- i n trouble. "a ae ttle day of Aw o 1 y
firomprheumatism an d nothinere- [SelA seoationof said bMlawi be taken __ _ _w _ _

livedd me thoogd I tried everything as ofeined by mi defendant t.
It, is further ordered that this order be pub-

ofi rooplet and Relired duedilit [a Per cWienges,. C. T
earth for that trouble. A few bottles TIseJulyItM,. 19N .
11. C. DENTON. Clerk areuklCoirt. AM
of it completely relieved and ured [seal-- per sILed*es.D.C. n A I I A ?
me Jiust as god fonr liver and kid- A true copy oforlai IgIL IO A N 6 toI er

IL C.n DENTON.Clerk .town
ney troubles and general debility. Per 8s H. Wiese". D. C. DIET RO.TE TO T"i rtio ap .tl. u

An eleci Se them er be ad In he Gracy eabodl A p-- O
Lffe luaily Sauspened. Dbariet on Tuesay. JJuly tr 124. for the per- TWO TRAI.S 1A0L1t, tue. loft f t**-Allis:AA
SOnly oner idg evr had the atu- Powpofde whether or- no W MM 410- iay eill Ju ly
JS~c u"tret sallbe heated a pecfltag Msbool dir- 2* -tl wh --
dncity to enttr amnt dringthe t or the tion of three -trustees dwre- = anhClls wi f A. L a f
proceidliiga. A hbnxdred years agothforJWand the the oeS^teSu the F jC. k S t [ L0 fT1 A.tla 4.

Taheteuinhe do as le of r"Me sto be amed and elected.
lords Were thrown ahtO LnOser teatlOn thereby fo the nest saeeeeaiB tw-o years
vby a dog's entry. iArdi North was ad- thereafter. Pods wiOp opsent o'elockak and atata .. Ar. ?. Louis a ras l1 a lm
b i a U s eTr i. t e. Te following named perssLv. O ftE im. Ar.OSt.Louis7:a.& .m -
ldreing the ote and the dog bave been appointed Inpector of aid elec-
I ..t. p-ed t sock.withG.; IWaltonasle - T UG U- L LYEPING C S RW M.
at hl n.s ?Nrth conalderably op- By order of Board of Pubtic I- r"c-on tbi-s .. J m .._
et, moved that the member who was teOwi"day of June.UA. 1-
It dierruptng him should be siou cded. c .K a. Ar. 4 -O X .oA
Tnheeupon the do was drien out nd Attestl.eN.OLIWA. iamr H mi 10 : '6 mP.n
suspe, mded in buwh a manner that he o.ftof Wo 5e569 F U* s Lei*s
never Interrupted again.-London Opin-. r o- -- oa - -----"-r-s- T-t

Piles upon top of piles of people BookXI ee Fla EgaruPttoHs
- have thepiles .ard andeWitts .Witch Ha- Whllesale D r oo oEt LY tEeR

, cured me after everything else failed." houses. aquting9er irats. write to

f Sold by alldgist. rJacksonille, Florida. FRED D. MILLER REPA
Round Trip Rates to Washington, D. C. Tae- r g
.: '- -wes P-1MP-p A-f-
Atlan Coast Line, the quick" eding Brands ,"D a n,
route by tswo hours and eleven min- __. ..._rad
utes from Jacksonvilleto Washington. aP _P T IM-
Soffers excursion rate, Jacksonville to.
Washington and return, $87. Ticket ___ Pree
now on&sale. Florida and West In-m. P t ....
Sdian Limited, fastestand finest all- QA w n WLLECMsANE C F. Bufh--a-aak- a W
ear train between the East and South. USe id fr Price LIS.
Sieajes Jacksonville atl a.., arriving ChcAgo ImtMrolV Bebmvin-u at.....
s in Washington 7:64 a. m. following "G I. Beae-:-B _en_
morning. o 4. No4 Atautieoat Line All Goods F. 0. B. Jacksolvile. A Ms to E i G. A. Wea- W
Express. leaves Jacksonvile 8056 1. ______________ N Obah --. -
m., arriving in Washington 11 50 p. Pelg rlstor Ai. A. M- -aa i
* m. following evening. An excellent H I B wf proper-iant ForGovrmor- B.
opportunity to visit the nation's Mepi- a ca. AVie i -,Hila
tAl at nominal cost. Tickets 'good to U .g.t 4 e . _-. -J ....
return to Oetober 31st. Aiail your-9 f lfUp M y
I self of the quickest and best line. Monoe.
, Both trains carry Pullman drawing- t y neral-- eed C Uubte
s room sleepers.Jacksonville to Wash. IE A T J W OW
S ington. Florida and West Indian WR 18.U
SLimited carries Pullman finest dining 8 A ft U4 Uaeala Ave., c .U ir-J. L. kipper^ Pok.
ears, Savannah to Washington. W U re U
eCheerfully Recommended for Rheu- r uE E DY __ _._ __ -

0. 6. Higbee, Danville, Ill., writes,- ,, r U _U F 1-
SDo. 2. 1901: "Abou; two years ago I THE CSl.DEN'S FAVOMRITE TOMiC. ais om iae
1 was laid up for four months with sa w"r -FriMM. adlettr T k i1.lOs -
rheumatism. I tried Ballard's Snow rs es emULt* ev Justi6e SapremeC-ouwrt tor tea _
Liniment; one bottle cured me. I a MlWrd-sow Ulment V L.J. BRU3B, aor as Np, -ix year--W. B. Sheppord, Ea
can cheerfully recommend it to all Or. Lsou, amo. 1 L0 A -- Jstices Spreme .rt--O. S. Ei
suffering from like afflictions." e, P. 5a.]r le ly! W. .]L .ha ."- "
Do e l. $1. Sold by W. M. Johnson. W ...^. .......... ....... O .be
S-, --- A v. a al.
1 Prohibition Victory. Why Not Learn to Speak Spani.h? ig Alien._ ........... _. P. Axt D aL
. Raleit. X. C.. July 9.-In the Prohi- You can secure a copy of the new .oe il ; Conpreaional Ticket. .
Sbition election at Newbern saloon edition of booklet entitled, "What to deotssll t- iim al Distiet-B
Were voted out by 509 to 117 Sayin ps and How to SayIt," by Sthe fruit a, hh ilSe
----- sending two esma in postage to W. Florida. Seog Osrea~oeal D t
1 Leab'^J^IilB~yi^^ "yiv pm agent, At- speial trial da'iimM of al 4POra- A-
a w ,.s -W .. -= -. ... .. .* B ffcttss--- _.i-. Wa -V, "s.i- s,3
WIWI -..-l--. p

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to eSsnfl Heatc Pemoeeati Hon
Cr-w o the Gr eat cobeson e ed Pre--

Save rt .w .adjoutrne edatl tonight at
Wba4i hour the committee on resiol.
us wtl submhait the platoram.

Democratic convention re-as-
be it was hoped by the leaders
-t the work might be concluded to-
H and a sine die adjournment takl-
When thB e de-lgaites came to-
at the beginning of tth. the
S day. there yet rearaedr to be
mplh-d the adopf'on of a pjat-
sand the nomination of e:'iJai :
r president and vice presi-'. DL iT-
appreciated that this m:git r:.
Ate three =esions. the la;t run.
lmt t-he night.
Stirring Situation Promised.

WWy-t- program held out special
Wpecleats to the spectators. Ora-
r ad trying stations -were-
iled it b abundance. The report
Itc committee on resolutions and
io incident to the consid-
o g of the platform recommend-
were awaited with keen interest,,
it wm antclpated that this would
Forward the big orators-nome
whoo a4s yet had not been haerd.
he committee on remplutions was
emmaion all ight, working upon the


St othe party platform, and ai
"61if Cconfereemes were held to
Abcs the question of a candidate
_ the second place on the ticket.
I te feature of the early hours of
bj &T was the knocking out by the
maittee on resolutions of the gold
. which had been put a the plat-J
I. The exciting contests which
kted the session of the committee \
MWWtountthe night and the action;
thegold plAk was the talk of -the

irs At Inquiries were as to what
reaolutlons committee had done.
.. IBrya, they learned, not only
t finthe first on the% money
.. + .

.. c br t e o t-h
a >&tUts m orge the eimocm

fomalotte t oa tho
-lrnk t.s- theg a s w1e2 -the"r to
whe It would o 0 ready to report.
wate advies were to wt enect
it wer te sevekaie boars beforth
report would- be prepare& ead tbe
ectXfor a sbort seuulon u g rw st
er. One of the secretaries ca
through a mnegapibone
'The band !IN please play "Hte
Sweet HCBseW"
There was wild cheering from
galleries, among the delegates a
familiar strain floated out op the
Aeting with the word "Home" se
ed to please greatly. for the ch<
were repeated a few minutes hI
when "*My Old Kentucky Home"
7endered- "Dixie" called forth
inevitable yells and the Texas d
nation added to the enthusiasm
unfurling their lone star flag and v
Ing it wildly.
Temporary Chairman Williams,
came down the aisle, chewing leilsi
1y at that ever-present cigar and v
greeted with cheers. The messfeng
which oChairman Clark had sent
the committee on resolutions retu
*d with a gloomy report of the re
iness of that committee to app
with its important document and
waiting continued.
Convention Is Opened.

At 10t3 Chairman Clark arose an

3 lILY.

lelt fall hit huge gavel.
*"The convention will be in order.
he demanded.
The clerk then picked up the mega-
The clerk then picked up the mega-
phone and' snnomoneed that the session
wottfd begin with prayer by Rabbi
Samuel Sale. of St. Louis.
The ?l gates and spectators at
once rose to their feet and stood dur-
ing the invocation -
There was no trouble in securing
order for the long day had wearied
the delegates and they seemed -anx-
tous for action.

Threatened with Police.

At the conclusion of the prayer an
anouncement was made at the order
of Chairman Clark that he was de-
termined to have order "and that any
person raising a row will be taken
out by the police."
A demand was made for the report
i the resolutions committee. When
no response was forthcoming it was
Getermned 'to call the roll ot
states for the purpose of having the
names of the next national commit-
toemen announced.
There were cheers at the announce-
mnent of the name of Roger D. Sull-
van, as committeeman of Illinois. bu'
t'V demonstration assumed .a-st
larger proportion at the mention ot
Thomas Taggar, of Indiana, which fol.
Many other names were cheerd as
the call proceeded. The Pennsyl-
vania delegation rose and saluted the
annouanement of J. M.Giffey. as their
national committeeman.
The Carmack suggestion for a afnan.
ctal plank was voted down and the
platform was adopted without a finan-
cial plank. The report. It zs said.
will be unanimous and there will be
no minority report.
The convention has adjourned until
8 o'clock tonight at which hour the
committee on resolutions will submit
the platform.

S i secred -a mnodifcaton t Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea After Ten
-"P-- p Years of Suffering.
Ut- it was learned that tJie gold i
k A t out, it was anticipat- I wish to say a few words in praise
ht th e fht on the floor over he. of Chamberlain's Colie, Cholera and
em6 wCurd be waged with grMter Diarrhoea Remedy," says Mrs.Mattie
SthanI had been counted u t Burge of Martinsville. Va. *"I su-
he was peie "of --"fed from chronic diarrhoea for ten
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Can ia*1 your eity property, (iam-
proedl and a'iimproved.i phosphate,
tra kinig ad farming lands. Send him
a list of what yo offer for sale. 2142m


Office in Endel Block.

(Sueeeor toSmIler& Aiderulanl

re DMtto a Co's Bank.


Scolal attention to Crown sd BridEe work

Graduate BaJltiore College Dental Surgery
fir* years experience in New York City.
Crowu.BrMdge work and FUhg Spec altIe.
Ofice n Miler Law Exchame.
OArisviLUB. FPL.

JOHN MEMNZES. Proprietor.
219-s2t W. Bay st., Jacksonvrie. Fla.

Faust beer, bottle and draught. Don't,
il to call on me when in Jacksonville

4WIch Dr. G. B. T ion.

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|)m 61eTdiatsePtitat
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intermediyat Po B.-
2:Opm n Palaska, 1aytona, JacksyvWile., lAB
Dai North, Eat amd We s

2:9m High BSpring, Wayerom, ,aaaBah, Brm id, sI .#
Dai J Albany, Atlaa". all Points Norm,rm am s

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DOal HighSprin5
ex.Mo&Ij - Jtt11___ _

Interchangeable Mileage Tickets, god over 3,m0a ofi i-e.
elpal filwaya in the Southern States, are sale by the s i__
Through Pullman sleeper Port Tampa to New Tor, via A iM Oge g
Line; also via Atlantic Coast Line and -oIthern RaiI-wa.
For complete information, call O-
J. A. GOOoWIN Tklcke- AcWt, O- .. .
Address: -
FRANK 0. BOYLSTOW, Coa'l Agt., W. D. STAR, 4Ta,._ I Ag^--
18W. Bay At., Astor Banildm,Jaoanavibafe. AL .
H M. EMERSON., Tra.. M., ORAI.
Wilmington, N. C.. 0. H :-+

Porcelain Inlay Work and the Reguration of '' ..
Office in Miller Law Exchange. __ ____ .._ .. ...
Frank Gardner. Prove r. Wrttf BRALITYr POLt O3OAS1 i
Jacksonville, lorida ROPT PAYE orLOSaBB
We cover these important points and recstfuly
Best Imported and Domestic Liquors iolicit a ha"re of your bMniemas.
and Wines in the city. fr


Represents fngor ti-Agen---

E. A. WEIL & co -- Victor Safe and Lok Comp nV

WHLESALE SHOES The "Vitor" is thebest safe madead partiesm- :
ing the parhife of a sfe,. A bR d" LI-"
Of All Dlqpc9 g from a box to a bank al r iBe ny :
by consulting as. all o or addr,

Sole Agents for MONARCH and SVE CUSHI L H L L
EIN qUALUTY Shoes. Every Inforation cheerfully furnished. QAigjSVI
pair warr d. A t ------ -----

1..I. Ad'S n "e a. Gainesville & Gulf RailwayUI
Jacksonville. Florida OF FLORIDA.
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me a e in etees ay 8. 1 8

Merchants Luneh from 12 to 2 p. m.
Bartbelayj BIeeester, also Im .
ported Warberger Betr on Draught
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No. 6.
D_ ly ) 4. No. t. o Io.
Exe'i Daily DawJy. STATIONXS. Daly. I Do"A.

that would mark a climax. on medicine without obtaining any. LP;M PM A APMA
.permanent.relief. lAyt summer one T4 P A
4" oft I ent rnmte t o prm ree e t s mer ek 8st,Fish, Chops ,GamelaeMo, 7 .... .. ........ ..... .... i ........ .....
ofmitoin cenes h h e rm and I procurd ef to orde. Pool, Billiards, Bowin S 7 ........ ........ ....... .... ...... .....
wulng scentil' which mar ecroorbsr. 'and. I procured a bottle of .anw R*jo D r
tm of the permanent or- ths remedy. Only two does were re- ... .. .... .............. ......
t have nt sie ed interest in a d to g ve ier e ntir-relief. Ithen a.. .... .
to and arebensmto t rythe medicine myself, 14) .........Hikan.. _
tte ad trmendbs demaaid dll oftoe bottle be- EESIL ITE J 816.... ... .......... ..i eSm .........
fore- was well, and I have never since 3 .....................
Sh been troubled with that complaint. REMORT 8 45 .. .Kiw ......ood
he day opened with a havy One cannot Y too much in favor of 8
t of weath of hat wonder medicine." This rem. 8 .... ... .F .e.w "
Schacter as Ithat of te edy by all dru t. A ha ors ..... ........ Wtot .
5ag yrgraduany wartagap -- 00 r( r OfS, 15 ........ ....... .....a. P ot"........... .......
^^he7hidkthe gradually. Aac -, 9 15 1101D IC" *^ ^- "-^ ^
n cmbed igher into theoanging at Savannah. "9 46 ... ........ ... I .
Savyannah.. Ga.W July 8.-Wll'e Cal- .i00Lv 1ILv" 4 45 S A-
e.-ti- debat- of "tera nM a nego, washangedfInthecou-- Sp1- 0 7 08..
pot of redentis com ttt ty jail here today for killing Ross .| 4 7 27 ,.......""... .... 8 5
Pd ofe rdeu this e rom mitttee . . . . .. .. ... ...... -4 ........ .... .w. F..
t-Wokng Night and~ Day. -. .IL
So .W ... I ced ein thePorter Blook, sooth. 8 ....... 40 48. 5 l ake" .lO l. ... 7M&
half an or before The busiest and mightiest little s . 0re te. els tales. ..... ... ...8 1 p ..-..k.Ti, L .. ... i

an-bour--we s. Wto M dll+ A" --." -I 16 x A
W s't for the ope ag and al-Wtbing that ever ws fade Dr. KinGood aand &rompL and .omrteons........ 1 0& .. *
ist fatea fat-hem had an New Ife Pills. These pills change service. The p9bick eardiilly Invited .......... 340 a 4 4 W .P .e =,a. I*.... 3W
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WhMtifa. Happenedand What Is Going
~ ~-t-a- nTld in Short Parharaphs
Se THt *"He Who Runs Ma Read"

ars wh BlCGshmm l HAIL
_Fesh ceaotry batter at Carter Brosm.
oW S&eV T iSun

o I" -piao for sale cheap. .Mrs. T.
i.:-W.PSti. dlw :
a sed-A f'rst-elass clothing man.

ob Printr-:ag Offiee for tle.- Address
-, -- a- lnesr l -.e. s. -
a Wonderful Salve for sale
by . W. MGoMlm & C o .
Asson DaCosta made a brief visit to
;frieds at -ague yesterday
l C. Ra of Arher was 'in -the city,
yesterday and made The Sun a call.
v erything ti the geuns' furnishing
Sle as popular pries. .Marus Eadel.
S X. Feaster of Roeelle was trans-
e ting business in Gainesville yester-
L:: Ellis has returned from a b si-
S Ies- trip to High Springs and other

The Hew low-quarter shoe for
O-en at .LO& Is the best in the land.

Thes. E. Owens of High Springs
ade a brief business trip to Gaines-

s-n.Nme Ad -Liver Tablets. For sale

0; Natheso departed yesterday for
Or aa-ge pria, where today he will

1 J.B.PadgettBmade a brief visit to
Hague to look after his turpentine in-
terests yesterday.
S Ele. large, well furnished room to
reantn bloekaext to square. Apply at

STh friends of Oscar Mrris will rej
grest to learn that he was slightly in-
disposed yesterday.
W. T. Williams has returned from a
business trip to Otter Creek and other
points in Levy county.
T. W. Boyd of Bevilville was an
agreeable caller at The Son office yes-
terday, renewing his subscription.
S The Su has about 5,000 old papers
on which will be closed out in
_losof .I0Gor m -oeat $lper 1,000.
S Carriages a'd 4iy for delivery of
S--p.-meng-rs and ba-ae to any part of
- -- city. .R K. Saerrod. Phone 179.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Medlian, son Leon
sad daughter, Miss Otelia, were regis-
tered at the Browa House from Mer-
'.edith yesterday. b
- ----For Re t-Desirable 10-room house
_-.-_.: anIk plaee, near public school.
Ter- m reasonable. Call on B. F.
HapkHon or iE. Cannon. 2t
S Cantaloupe or pieapple erates.
; Carload lot will be foa on short
notice. Prices noted on application.
Hastings Orate Woerks, sings, Fla..

The W. C. T. U wll hold its regular
L monthly besias meeting it the remad-
la g room Moeday afternoon at 4
e'elosk. A good aseadaase is desired
sergse b ur es i eemt ,

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On-.* i.:.t ;- : Mt ...--:.. Z---*--* Mow
ISuOM -A ft. 1 ma .......CO.. r o,
.. nm Ws ine inin a Wt aparaebJa a libera igGOlAo

g hue nss. for i&esp ar* p. **w infP l. ainsa".e se p imt.
Ia *s Pmu-s. eoyr Dehon.- for .he j K. N.wss- I.. wh e t

day for Jakaonaile, where he will after a pleasat visit tSo her eousia* D. Wiliams as paebased the
d S ay. Mi Julia Waiwright of this city. ha. shing iateaests of H. PlakoiSm n
e.t.-Fr m Agst 1 t atore returned to her home. Prairie Lake, ad has gone into -i
S ysok. Applyt o'. I Party who tok umbrella with silver bsine oa an exteinive seale.. e
V. a.ckovie. Ep oncerooked hadle from disk, in wil nodoubt make a fe se Se. I
0. H. Denis, an energetic colored potoffiee please leave with Mrs.
farero Bennington, called at The Waters. G. W. Moyer- Micanopy haf s bome to some e0-
Sn oce yesterday ad renewed his Rev. W. J Carpeter of Kavrnaagh teat, sanitarin for infants i t id
subsription for another year. Methodist Churcgha s gone to Area-hildren der tr nt of Dr. SMmt-.-
White Sprigs and return ys dia, where he wll ai a protraet- gomery. There are quite a number
4urig season via G. & G. By. Nine ed meeting. He experts. to be absent there now from a distance under his
ouft s s os and return same day. several days. treateat
Oly oneollar. Through coach tf W.. apogressive citizen of B. H. Powell of High Springs was i
T. L. Robison of Orange Heights. Cadillae and agnod fiend of The anm. the ity for a few boou yesterday.

maneyrof the famous Maxwell or-
ange irove property, was in the city
yesterday on busines connected with
Superintendent Holloway's office.
A dress shoe must be dressy, must
flt perfectly and be the most stylish
last. All these requirements are found
i. the "Empress Grade." We have
just received a full line. Give us a
call. L. C. Smith.
Wanted-An offer on a eropof 25
acres all ready made and laid by.
Orop consists of about 100 bushels
eorn, 5 acres peanuts, %-acre sweet
potatoes, 13 aseres hay. ought to yield
10 tons. M. B. Saunders.
Deputy Sheriff W. C. Hague of
Hague was it the eity -esterday, hav-
ing come to bring, Mote During, a ne-
gro arrested at the naval stores plant
of Padgett & Black near Hague, who
is wanted in Leon county.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gerald and
daughter departed yesterday for Ma-
con, -a. Mr. Gerald will proceed in
about two weeks to Alabama. but hit
wife and baby will remain in Macon
for some time. Friends wish them a
pleasant visit.
Mesdames E. F. Taylor of Bruns-
wiek, Ga., and C. M. Rhodes of Flem-
ington, after a pleasant visit to their
sister, Mrs. Rosa Waters, have gone to
the home of Mrs. Rhodes. After a
short visit there Mrs. Taylor expects
to return to her Georgia home.
Mis Fannie Miselle of Melrose de-
parted yesterday for Jennfngs Lake,
where on Monday she will open the
summer school. This young lady has
made herself quite popular wherever
she has taught, and she will no doubt
make a fine success of this school.
Prof. 0. M. Tillman of Rex passed
through the city yesterday for Union
Grove, where he has been assigned as
nriwinial nf the summer school-1 He

was in the city yesterday, and among
other business was the renewal of his
subscription for the coming year.
J.J. Cail of LaCrosse, one of the
solid farmers of that section, was
among those who favored the county
esapital with a visit yesterday. He
called at The Sun office and renewed
his subscription.
Mrs. E. A. O'Neill and children de-
parted yesterday for Fernandina.
where they will remain for several,
weeks as the guests of relatives.
Friends wish them a pleasant and
beneficial sojourn.
John DyAss, a progressive citizen of
North Gainesville, has decided to erect
a home of his own, and will begin
work at onee. The house will be two
stories, will contain eight rooms, and
will be modern in every respect.
" Miss Nellie Corpew, a charming
young lady of Melrose who has adopt-
ed teaching as a profession, was in the
city yesterday. Miss Corpewi ha been
assigned to the Rocky Hill summer
school, and will assume her duties to-
Mesdames B. F. Hampton and L. R.
Wood- departed yesterday for a tour
through the West. They expect to so-
journ for some time at Hot Springs.
and will also visit the World's Fair
before returning home in early fall.
Friends of these estimable ladies wish
them a pleasant outing.
City Clerk Dell, who has in hand the
collecting of water rents. requests The
Sun to announce that,. on account of
the 10th falling on Sunday. patrons
may pay their rents tomorrow. The
10th of each month is the last day of
grace allowed on water bilks except
when that date falls on the Sabbath.
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Friends of Mr. Powell will regres to
learn that he has been sfferiig for
some time with rheumatism. and bha
decided to leave for Hot Springs today,
with the hope that he will be bene-
flted. He expects to be absent for
several weeks.
Attention, Board of Trade.
A meeting of the Board of Goverm-
ors of the Board of Trade is called to
meet at the council chamber on Mo.-
day. the 11th inst., at 4 p. m, A foil at-
tendanee is desired, as there will be
important business.
By order of the president.
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Motherse ave oc"or mus, i -
TEETHINA" 'll ewre your child
of ills.
And ave life ofttimes as weli;
Druggiist all have it to sell.
"TEETH INA" &ais dikestin. over-
eomes and counteracts the asumerf .iuN
heat. regulate* the bowels ad pts
bloom in the eneek` of the p a eset

and the L piest -Style U L*pa

Fine Fad._e-ess Fo g_- a _
From Locket toalfe Size1________
H h Grade Copies a p .
c ty. ____ TWI-Ia:IB, :rJ

.. r. .. .. pecia oie Tor monday n y. .7
will be ably assisted by Miss Mamie 1.25 Ladies' Fine Shirti Wists..e 8~t
Robinson of Orange Heights, one of $1. Ladies' Fine Shirt Waists O V0 --
the most efficient teachers in the $2 Ladies' Fie Shirt Waists... 40. $1 40
county. Any Straw Hatin the House. a A
1Embroidery Worth 6 cents 4.e I
The windows of the ioom to be oc- Embroidery Worth 8 cents . 6~e
capied by the R. McClellan Undertak- Embroidery Worth lOcent U IN
lig Company, West Liberty streetk- Embroidery Wortht 1 eents 10 ...... H
will be adorned with handsome roller $1.0 Men's Pants for ---
shades with signs in gold and blap. 8. i0 Men's Pants f*r ...r 422 .
The effet is the reul of effort of $ Men's Pant. for $2.75 A I
William Gore, who baa made quite a $ Men's Pants for .0
reputation as so artist. Jog MA.AMz.-
Sheriff L. W. k ennell departed yes- I L
tenray for Charleston 8.C., where he TO BE A UTIFY
we to take in charge Fred Johnson, -
a negro convict who esaied from the YOUR COMPLEXION
turpentine camp of W. B. Phifer at
Abbott about a month ago, and who IN 10 DAT UE
was apprehended by the-authorities in SAT I Nf Tf
Charleston and placed in jail. __ATiNi iutsD
W. T. Waters, for the past year em- -. -
ployed in the potoffiee in this city, has The UNEQUALLED BEAUTIFIEB
resigned his position and returned to At osi-R-thlat j i Woid-be
his farm at Simonton. He was in the v
city yesterday and called at The San, competition, p iteattention and
having his name enrolled on the sub- t
ycription lit. Mr. Waters has recent- fair treatment tq .. .,.
ly acquired new property, which, a
addition to the property already | .
owned, will make one of the most de- 1
sirable trucking tracts in the county. II I S I{}
Read This.
Mobile, Ala., Feb. 16,1899M. The irth-Place of Low PriPe
Dr. E. W. Hall, St. Louis, MoDear 1 eS.
Sir: During the past year we have
sold over twenty-four dozen "Hall -""
Great Discovery" for kidney and bled- -.. .-
der troubles, and during that time l-.
have received no complaint. A .w- slwFaos wm remove tan
Yours rfspetfuUly,. a.ow and Bre.toret-e beaay of
---AflTA isa new d1,- oYrv. wustauieeiO
.... .. ,. ".. .s. You can save yonr pocket-cage
A Texas Wonder. .VA m-Y refunded aI t itl. "-ytoreme.. bu ig y Trun and B .....
One mall bot tle f the TexasWon- Tan, Dbbeoltio and Dlr i Ug yOUr .a.s / B S
der, Hall's Great Disovery, heres all ad .t e- mL
kidney and bladder troubles, removes 6 t bethy =adbeautiful. Price o
gravel. eares diabetes. seminal em is. ltw teIr there or bysa mra. os i -- .--a. _ _ _______________
sions. weak and lame eba". L rhema- l.woodbr. X Jan. -.
isn and all irregularitee of the kid-&a"onal Touet Co.. P*rk -Tea m
neys and bladdiin both men ad :. R iSe' I -e -l S ss ev I
woeeavifsmes ^a n"upsrniltsgassass W H Y D E to t
children. If not sold by your draggit, tston o elear _and abesmt.i ts -
wilm be st by mail on receipt of $1. -w.- A& M ow A
One simal boule is two month ta reaN NeW .InW9 m- ... -
Imen aWd seldon falls t perInt a Wa.agsw p. t. wwa
taer.' -W. box "A .-as. s"W.k

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