Gainesville daily sun

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Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Running title:
Daily sun
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Place of Publication:
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.
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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Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
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Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
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Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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Standard Oil Company. -Another Suicides..N Ylk! S,. 4.~ .%- -1 n,
rkisgmi's Dlay Was Appro. fr:a: prr- ",I ist wcal' d ILI t. Labor lay MArrei by Trouble was a0i~ 1:~ ot~ ai ji~ j 3rrg C h sn
Pdalcy Observedo!#. *a-t t III~ h*I In the Calleia city. entlea~oring to art-i'st two burglars to kinl~
gfl Lf~ ii.I!ari t ()' *loopar~ limi wtr hd en cstct in the act iii
copt rN- v.v n j1I co tai a -41Ca utnl to capBM Mny itis o the&Guh ad r.izu revo ivin rt. zi" l a"' (1 c!tl- During the Ogmonsttratlen of the La. ttore ine of thfem killed 14tselt In a Mn uordDseat
weeMs&oLaoTunOtE 1IR11,11P. Viter. 71w~ d.*f~uiJdnt.i are bo raiatosMteurt rke9 t-1P. Tnt other-burglar e"..apret. 0135 Rri
whee ess o Lbo Tun utEnJotuu D Btowl~efe'lr., .liin 1). .%rcl;- boCraiain eemn*~k a-.idy had arrested the .menalin Ing a Woo *wship of S.S 1,11,49 s
masse.-Men in Long Line Every. bold. IL. H. lierC. Me l'r.itt 1i:ud Line of Parade and Trousle Was started with his prisoners fIP the 0111111111 in ce"emu at 11 rawI 111111111,
where Given Continuous OVation. pcvotnt corTporatttdl. (of which the Precipitated. station houpe, wben one of Then drew
NeA Jarse) curiporatlion Its thf, bi~aing a pi-tol frntm his pocket and pressisig AswIm
Atiantd. S'ept. 4.- lk'.u41 '-.iiri Compaty, irndiulhig) twe St :itura-d 4).1 Situ Iraincis4o. Sept. 4.-A clash It against Cassidy's coat pulled LW: lAtthe Swk, Ark.. Sept. 4.
..~ bam.. of h I.i) .' M .. I-, ,. _i .~curupany of fidhl,~ukL shivh %s re- bti~e iitflaon-uzaitn istrect car em- ('astildy tell dead nd the tnammeui 1150
S J'eac.1tret- aii.d Ae~~:~M.". ceoal]) fiji.!I taiou.c. than *Jwi,!u ph -.4-(j. and it crowd returnxing from two mnie ran away.
*;I to Iv s~rovci Muu! i ti~a. by .1migi-~ LandlA. sing. iri t Ljtmir day lirmwe'ssioU The shooting aroase the segh' 900 '1101111114 IW 111 OSb
there flowid& ia 11 of Ut. % .t Judge Frnin~i Ferriue appointed Mondat. rviieiau'd it. a u'lot in which boyhood and a crowd gave chase. southwesterls st"Me I* the anal 6'
labor, 1 40!e aluff .vr va As... ., by the Vl'nto d Slates clrcut court of at Ii .a.t a ba.'4 d-ozen pi-imple werp The burglars separated. 060 of vaesft rU rumiii Milan
opstliat it ircii 10 1- 1.4t ,- St. 1,01u111S. t Ill %t an ma-t#-tr to he :ir f.'ri- 1, ot'"-oa fatal. there Making for the Passaic river. bled here IS the "a li ft e hlm
Certain It i.~ 11 4 '0 .~ 1, 1 ht it, Ie k the tte-tiniotfl) I nal Is to lit, tuk. In tit T-it' parei. liz Uto labor iani-ii had When the crowd plesed to close the representatives a& IIA daubg~
-its numerical !-trv:q;. it %%a, i!aa. tili city. WVho th it c~, are ib juu.t it pn (Ii~niiareI, ande a larv.e burglar turned and Bred a tusliade of morning. The ilsaulk Wil 6@ miost rereiW& r ;;r ult I, Not divulged. crowd sa. %%alitn to goe to Shell abets. but so one W"s hurt. insi m ft ",ims me wa .sei
,onstratlon oft or'maze.mI lit t; : The Standard Oil compawi will be N1mudi. A '0iatri' .it'rci'es iaie been The burglar sen ran isto a swamp oirder hf ?rIP m omuim OW41.
lisiory of the Auianta Fel.iation u; repri sented by a dit'ngishe t.ay ,mwr (if (he~ la,'s p-c''ram fur vomne seeking a plrn wheoe he eitould swim The secretary of Me AukasIII
Trades of cotani. .Yvars. the river, but the mad aid dlime Uamf. Uise. so Ui arm.
Fully 15.04ff 141111e. W0111e nd i 'i l- It was rei'.rted Tiuesday that tthe-y Waun uttiler I'm direction of as dragged him down sad he became ea- 09wloe des
dres, lining tai t' ikd li )o :-tore would appli) for a po-tioflmtio at on Inspe4ctor a car wase started. running hausted to his efforts to soope. 01111agg soe II
In curb, pack!ntM ti~v t,.rt*t troin eihri the pia& that the had not liid ruml- intio t!e mo~sr of pevopli' and I njuring Realizing that he ald be elliu'eds Sa he S" feeWed 1W
Vcar tra'k. ii v*-ied Cie pas-mig cleat time to prospare their case. but Fe~eral, It infuriated the crowd. while he used (be lust cartridge he his Mye T of 00mS 4..
busts, and ap:,,aeeid'ai, literally. isiea the government officials iinve Indicat- attusAd the lastuetr. oereuiton vulver to shoot himself. lei hewa AI at ouiep s
away artistic sail it; propr.ate do-ies ed that they would flight against an C'onductor James Walking and Mo- dead when his pursuers reasbed bin. Vqlis alredi Tmmi
sad Boats and lpani-ro. adjournment. torman F. J. IDurson drew their re- Man3 y 9 - a4 no
There wa a cocatinuoi ovation sc. The procceeinzgs will Involve tile voiherai and Ilred. FIENDISH ACT. iialle mmd aw fmi these privates is thi. great very life 4af the Standard 0il compa- Tist further angered the crowd. no-* bom wrehau e do5U~~
army of indubtry, from the educa- my, so that a batlE royal lit telwct* andl sAlh~l A fl-w minutes ak fight oum Turpentne Peered Over V11611 Afsr dg I lig oge~ b~
tional float at C~AP head uf the parade ed that tlhey soul fight against an aull Vie carmie'n who had been tied Up M n bAMe. of an whe laws.
to the fantastic Indians. iiho brought by tLiv pnara le crowds, was precipi- Wasbington. fa., Sept. ol.-ftlse, ?1 mo ft Wehw4
thelie f mrc. ve a il bg, SEVERE EARTHQUAKE FELT. tateil. It A ase Liome lime before both constables and eftlues" are sax-ohhe
to a glorious ilih. t'ac police and fire departments MoUl fur three Italians who awe asemdl of
1such crashin~ v.:d of muleT: tivhTrembler's Shocks Are Recorded but reto:. forae'r. Me. Most brutl outrage ever' pespe
Igefsmt acquisit it, the u:..-of Where Was the Disuranice trated In this couatY. Their vIse
0:slan t-acb I* ai- p London. Sept. 3.-Proessor Milne. Riot at Louisville, Ky. Is 11mg In the local hIal an i
celedbrated. .r ac i~ se;mlgit Mee Lontaisille. Ky.. Sept. 4.-A w-elencie is threatemed f hbb tofteme
the sturdy Icaders of einionisn: was graphs from the Isle of Wlicht observ- man was resixinslble for a riot here arv captured.
greeted with prolonged applause. story that at 4:14 o'clock Monday af. Vintlay following labor -day parade. James Conne'ly. a mhner at Avelia. OahmA
It was onea of the most artistic and ternoon the trit.ton of a great earth- She re-fused to tide an a car operat- was attacked by the trio. tiie ft~ig~s u
6e@A managed parades ever been In quake sciie'h udid not reach its mai- ed by nonunlin Mell. ade called on ths' v,.ud, 'ound, gagged ad beat. IW4s
the south, and certainly the greatest mum urutli~ 5:04~ P. W. (Greenwich several men who had participated In a. after which turpentine W"s peer. dW
triumph otrltanized labor has ever had tim began to be recorded there. the parade to remove the motorman ed o% or his body and latoe is e -e he sw lie -L
in Atlanta.- The amplitude of motion was Aivil and conductor from the car. Hfer and nose. Hexaoas mCarried to
There were wor eorgauaizations In millimeters. which means that the words Inflamed the crowd immedl- the outskirts of u~ vllg and tas.plm
the parade. more ruen in the organ- disturbance wait the greatest roiord. stely, as the street car men have al, ad loosoe In the woods.
bationi; more originality in the cos- ed at Lthe observatory In 1907 mine* ready voted to go on strike and will Connelly roamed abot all mige he doe a "
ftames, and more taste in the floats the Mexican earthquake on April 17. probably walk out Thursday night, the woods suffering apomy beg"e do. la OW. A
than has ever been noted before. At the time the profiessor telegraph. and In a thrice four cars were attack- scrIptiou. Natbausteid, he etaly hell A 09
ed (8:15 p. in.) the duration of the ed and practically demolished. Ibur in tits tracks and was found byP adaM jamig" In the City of New York. earthquake was already greater than of the nonuslouilts being seriously attraede by tle frantlc moagla is~
New York. Sept. 4.-MWore than three hours, and the shocks were still Injured. Pity-lelses at the hospital deft". IM ds ~
Ifve million men and women, mie=. continuing. Te distance of the or- The prompt arrival of the pollee tkbat Connelly will probably die. bell nw '
bers of itior orgrcnizatiotis. spent 1g18 of the quake Is about 7.000 miles prevented the trouble from spread"n that 1f he lives be will he blind ft bg 9gif -Monday In cceplaatng the one day from England. to serious proportions, both eyes will plebably Ieee ibe d". ft ti
Ia the year set, apart In most of the There are two great grismic regions use of his no"e and WIM he dish. MsIm
States and territories In the union as in that dhdrict. one In (I'll. to the RICHARD MANSFIELD V4 GRAVEt. Inred tor 11t. # ~-~
A tribute to those u-ho earn their west and the Sonda iFlands. In the Acutatboma have bees~ mEdoe auml TA 112a
,daily bread. 3Malay archipelsaco and the Philippine Funeral Services Over the Actor Wefe the adsI reqPOasbebu the11 111110 sod" a I
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Saim Hodg" of Newberry and I- T-O R L ,,.Cucha aeu O T E
qfw of Rex were an og th o Iidi Mill tir hasi recelvW1 a litto r'
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old reuidellts i thgtt avetioii. wat re- Pol lort I I A. .i' VLa., to the t thait
tordAy. thI Forl I- Ila; oo!.. t. r-ti'c of A Me IMP r~ Thef1d:~ _________________________Mesdamles R'.. W. miid V Swtith wid.I tirjplia- it t. o:.. *rnio S k. C.'. %iia'ht-1 Is oaao of the' I-adlig
have returned fromi St. Iioti-riburg, 4 1 4. i I ti, It"~'i 44 1_ churli, (of !j('uti t'anin:&. [I(, %il TII is fr)Ud to sutunea ihw
for tit(, lo I -.rt : *r.a ~all y. ,.. an101 &Y~~a*'Il~t*cili'(IF1Iit co d whon 0Vu w~m LI ftu
wherv they have btowi to i) .. bo'r p--t Il dayo citrchtil otutI52 "
-fewdayt ona vsitto fiens. 1-r q1-11 -I al .11-tal I to contin the heav graimA.oft
Thma 'tiinto sli roh can fq Al -.o Mr. l1ugidle I* taon(e of tht' IK-st and Cocgii.couadWveS s 100011Mn Poilbh.L
Tsehave reitned o m a vsit to C ar. -lit ~ II% tjt lo ail 11504 iallwntial preachers GJainesville. clws the t11:1,011t ot sf a
"ile Jamestne fF0111tio aslii to~h lil or had. and hats many admirers inwlin the .trwgth. isU on

lngtou. D. C. They report a fine time.T eE uia l litre of all denominations. He went AfSIHT___l32 -1Thereullol contnane f otoloty heEqvta leto %*irgi ril.oil account ofhis health.; iiisithlep rePUM fflow A''mmi 1
c;Ounty Judge Gorge Mason is ).%%- ittito ror.. 41 li-stij toon no.- re'turnj further South. "
Vaissed at the court house, Mr. Mason iitve-ol. loim-ri oititig n fMI bf ositie~ ll The friends here of Mr. Hundley are
begins confined to his homne with fever. ilIItIbO .4lis~tly it iao ul1Y 411.w to, olanta ehsacpe
u-rions hope for his early recovery. 40theott t~ilet beoJ14igrI ic61-gal to learna th pbe saclte ae sTIr .Fu bTm e- -Mirs. M. 0. Miller of Kanatsaa was Iltig"I14t olor.'als er stepoaiiisae- h eo S T
is tbe city yesterday. Mrs. Millerse outib.1 Cbi DO fIEqunl.would have had a large crop of pears Fill ,ut anot iulai 1) to. F. jil.1111dan, TRACHIERS' EXAMINATION. Elsa TabosE's .u 'fg ~
ka not some miscreant and thief i.41val Age~nt. Ivaiiwoiilo. Fl. r sPorelgNel.adGo eeb S 37 .
gone into the orchard and made awayWoki ogrsigNcl.adGo'P 111411118 Io110rA60Bt&
with the fruit. She has, one of the Witllaitoat owatmauittimag iye.'l t4 any Accomplishnoents !Expected. s EIR~ TETS a3Y~
-bo pear orchards in this section. Sej iha ehl too- Iclati to, Itave' Yo441 The examination of applicants for
Cmmductor 0. L. lousesain of t he imndnoto fm. ~u pem:'tilarl, n'anlp 'teachers for Alachua conty schools.'
MlmatiC OatLnwh ae is plrn SA llt l' which began Tuesday morning. is*
headquarters at High Springs. was trogressing nicely, and those i
shain hadswit hs ld rindsin*, IU.lbol nio, io t~ charge expect something very gratify."
Galnsesville yesterday. Gus, as he lit lng In reports. The applicants show,
fagm~larty known, was for a long Unti lift- -if a li-o yelo (fs a histh-orlass or integrity, and Ssaperin. E8 i
inigt police odcer here, anld Is well tendeelt J. L Kelley already feels good We appreciate tir bodam alsdft ph= W IV dipsobd 1
known. His friends are always glad INIW .... over the lorospocts. an iuty nilItcMgo tws am" m in w 69gllp0
10o see him.j The white applicants are taking the f or anythiesg, we exp9ec to buid up Isak lm p ead l biSim
VMaurice Arnow. formerly of this Aoii eamilmation In the audiorum of the If youam ueno aboaft a depesime we h i
city bat now holding a responsible --Gainesville Oradeai atud High SchooL! lwtvw one. 6 1* CM -lin eg
position as railway postal clerk lbe- whle those applicants for the colloredP IF R S 0 .
twom Jacktionvilile and Tampa. was HAD A HARD EXPERIENCE. Scnios Aaembigy.modtdI'P IF R S R ,0
in the city for a short time yeawi~y. hol Aaemy ben accommodated. I
Mr. Arnow was en route to Micanoy. Trio of Gainesvile Beys Met With ~.ahu scHool ass picpa of the-whlere is" wife is now visiting. He Hard Lusk at Coer Key. Allcm whloR.h cheres ofaOw
azoesto remain there for the next whip teeesnof thie Shool R oLd Wees, looking
fe dy. s eIsonbn nna v- Assistant her os mes in thi ct. G .l S.i M E R C H AIo, ar. s ooin
fe4 ay.ash1s0nhi1na1s.reurnh trow andr. raes e thaveity after the colored appliclants.
Chins Pin koson has returned tromafter aeei. bre iipoCdrKy.ig.
amp Perry. Ohlo, whr be has b e ~ vstto~. e." MARRIAGE AT WALDO.
as a member of the Flrd Rifle which they had a most novel exper- lk A
Teamto te Ntionl soot. Mr.lence which brought about the occas 'Twe Popular Young Peeple Were Un11.8
Pwo a benI wodlc"inobadwr.tdT eon Tusafy E1venng., too
P~i~su ra ee ~"hr lc" These three sprightly rersn& Thr4-A hpymrlgea u SS
ever sdnce his arrival at Camp Perry.1 ie fteL est iy wn ad The e wsa py rrigte, am 5Jt THaI~S
arms.. As a re".ul' ir' e4 no shootingdw o ihingti.Accordingly. trcl saties being Clyde Ilarbma.
whatever. He It;* Mi J1 %V early In the morning after their ar- of West virglnis amd Umi Nelie.4" a"Pw 111,obm 8M 8111 '
Blending at P111-10-8.6) Ohio. said tl they secured a launch and tehain ngtrofM.adA 0saeptisw s"e" of a~
stte tatCatan lindngwil e-1started out, their destination bein9 Are Roer Kite. OWz a& W
ttes thaot Cpai week. gwil e about four miles across the bay. Af. The affair was a quiet .me. only thelPRNw
____________ter arriving at the destination, when tluhaediat. family of the beli aud a; SIGNOR MORA S RECITAL. they were ready to proceed In thob few Intimtatit friends being preseut.,
-matter of pulling up Immense me", Theo groom is Eot weon known bare,'
Usiletallned a Good Crowd atFis bors of the gluey UlIbet.they discove- but Is mid to be a yong a of oz.ASJA
Methodist Church Wednesday Night. ed whent they went to bait Cheir hoks litis h s wa A-- WUWWWOD
afinm CloloMom the eminent pi They were unable to start the enitg baldo and iseae youn laevy ar w <'
an stMetodist a good crowd at the hence It became necessary, for them! 'forhrr et and isayugoo kd soi mark"~si
IrtMtoitchurch Wednesday to secure a row-boat from some per- fo ....r reteen agaddipol
might. and all who heard him were s on on shore, and a couple of the' -lk
delighted with his work. tie Is lww-' 'r oedbc otestrigpit Friends of the young couple extend i
eared f n uusul ouc, ad andesThe bait was secured after hard row-. tehatetcertlto.I.~the Instrument and his music i
VoulY ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1g chrigmanr n nbt imagine the chagrin of the
Slignor Morm was accompaosnied to party when they discovered at noon CIENCR PRE9VENTS B11ALIM194111ESS. a,4010Mo
41Gainesville by Rev. J. P. Hilbuarn. a 1 lunch. Th were compelled tofs I'losrlai lossaidznroW o
uulaister well knownm here, whoi Is now FG 9skbv
IN vto h otenClee for dinner, and as the shades of even. L%30 ~ 9 ~." '
prsien o teSothrnColeeat IIng fell and they did not return, still, It lot the -arept tbilagi In thb. werld for
SaWiolIOd. being unable to start up the engine. J. man tLoot noa"nil to' tIfO. o ta

int m --& .- at I' .s - .. - t2. I

vrw . . . . . . ..........

P"Most him -TMB AW
IL SIPIL &-All. &nruck- us "me Cb*qw WEr'sti-in
CAWjvtpsu be@ sp!goj *at ik as CaaSr-#4m= If -47., 4do
I VIE" WSW Tpossarr rWzi
bo qp ro W&I t- t&rPp-r avav ang"
= rw C- &;;,A -L-0 it ER 7 11! ER
ousnows. the dobe v tom
oft fe bdo =M* -* b-- A WORLA OF WILAI.TmY W0WEv4 school" AD Sky*"" 0al? thoq &4n-, ddla" Wo logo the top Irbon eater MdilW ANSI 60 *"Wf'@& 1&0 Ehfo- (-,ab :,f Trora i Z jr for Rhown6m CMIL
00 R*pw4**S Ir a na" A Sul* Cure Span& Wzve-dL OW
saroo. CAV-S. DOMINUS,
of smarm be, OW to tall Ln ad- zL!1!x)a 4*azn. Lr I a- as" sndm mas SO& Ste joaft
V 00 cameo" r6w &a to* -. & -,! ko Two a 40! "'A E r-_S vqwv Yam WL--, Scada. atz.
49 @ftsba, WE dwoo, favor-t-t WA.:!'* AN IWONIG 60 stops IrrAssiaL vabdoso IrAoso.
;and tave" b &1vWetb-r
vmOm =6 dr4m so Pw&
MWO *wool a vocove me ?afar *1 tPd ta tbb eftolowom4a :4. Rmv= Ow Porm Ism 60 Mxemo =Aoom
166" A"S 10 tb" JL* 11 &a& a -,k,- ALISAUr
xWoombW ON010400 r41A at is -1-me A temptiagky *qC;,p d
so MW ftr eomdribestaft.% 1tj so" U on laffm
= 0=9 amessigs of tim, f&red tt). madaft she so= ALMTS
ta&ses ot a owntembip oe near!v we an-% don aw sea ef
thousand Womwa- VS0 WL111MCI) paj, 4W* 1& so be eW OUS ft*k- % *4 1 %0 w-,M tbo wawaUbmd !v-s oe oe- hz= do"= WWAN" to var a day nr Iwo ds uW ft1t7 6*Uan for a;tiatirm xk& IL AL W
NO 1W a S"W Doftow. sad *be bundred G*flaft aaaaal da,-. Tions, volbom bove bons
&00 a webui ftft *be has bw ___4A Say Moth" at gilt dolftod r-rV-0* ftdl-- -4
mosesso Wa., d" its- 1CW eve" movim aftoT om* rAVIA11. ON" Mum offiffionvo a
W annomm for a 1vW bove sew 1010L
ombn 7ft arrhec so to opaa& The gc*w a- SUL and M
-PW. an* at dw dWWv1WWvW I tho door he perpetoa.11ir ansmat.-q! ftW boom
of do aspubar" Party. rran oarl)r ners untJ widnigtt : 2369 300 AND SIAW
22". ervoted antoomobibe tam in at ok-P, WT M
CWb. A&4 the townly ant-n4azt in as emse"do. and asarty an Colonial Uv4wy ell bhw nod be* asb*.r-*;
a assistant oftson of arrira" Into, L40AL SL L A.
12006dw% k4jW who e tmr
this dolighd@d rotreaL says Tbo flopfor She Aftlat amin
weabor DoManow. Stulse in tbo W Tilt leb"Sof
vonall roe vano at tb* Wde. 00#, am". de rwoloor. a" dw
an as bows up via son a arrive of kakddescov* uw thm WWMAI
a X" Taft club. IP *be* 30a Anne Morgan. 170 1-7 IQ BOW
Irb~ a" 0" ""our ad J. rk" t Morgan., SO xW Jaws" moosers is for a plum" law the
am ", Is I wWW marble pooL or Mra Jobn J&- ITe
nowidine; Is =6 A~ fw m aftlede tun or two In &be 43 I or Mm Clarence 218dwy for a doort rest to the reG4- am es ion
ba reow or Ulon Jsnowm GiNor am b~ JOINUM& dm son Man" Adazu for a
ftow Is me 41 us aft*r tbetr proPpd" OW emome gs@dNml dedoo.

WM snmffi some -Tbe Wo 4d ftle0q. Norway 1 0
now aw P"." MW se Ufty The Atlantic Coast Line Railway
4" Won!" WW uodo.- says no Losaden 4ftv Err-: sander. -Deft@ Ow last thirty 3rean!
#W dke Mr. Dam is a bmdi the anoovttka as FG1106" Uwe sold 'do: ste the Atlanlic ccolt Lim
..Ono 001mb Wdor. U I ever $&AWON were at ov": and. People all or* r Flor.
ft #no swo um TaL by xww!b" NuPkaft& bsv* ro' -Purple Folder" for a4-b(dulpe to t he J $- mtttov n ExroVA In W for a NINAW iftecone emory sition Two daily trains tach way witb tbr(ugh Pull.
'mon Buffet Slee CALrs.
fto spbNOW for a 6WdWWW source ol emmusereft) we"k tbore, ping
11 am I &DOW mob" am NOW 6WING Is allow. a" kxw nuiways me whvb am tree. as well &Awn fixt dayf. ard fifteo-n da-vii-lim,
V anck an it +-ICUMCB
so. ML vorm % u go pa w aftne" =4 trisko--opm the: ticket on tale Lily frorn April i --th o Nicpvt-rLber 3(,tb
va" us I M 11orced KhW% at low MU&

&M 7001 In =001W n Ift 01diaboves opemb it Cmch excundow at very low ratep.
It OB OW MWW to U6 I W* @a tbovsk SocrNW7 Taft
OWNW= me sommor roraker vere coulng For further information ee your new"t ra-.1read
WbW c1ow __ pwft=V vinar together om tM BrownAo-& Umv Ange emommus, Wme "im"a agent ir w7ite
980006W a to am
Ift 0" __anwo wo FRANK G, BOYLSTON

SCleeP" bamvrn go~tane be-yond OW Cunard Line Will Cut JEstward Pas.
OF DEATH CITY It ~ha 11mk'latrfllthe sarne~Iu~ lt ge Rates (i:lCSOI
-~~~~~~ie itff a tnav',Inu ever brceadeoraim with .. -a'
the'.'rataeu of kroikie *4' M~%
RARl~qd GoodsI Women Etided Veei"I te ei "aad-n ai'r~ t, .~ .
9IS Wit. !on.' the tINKy WlhiCh 5111 MeF o Un t t Y ma nAd~ L t u
OWia Liv. In Mental Agony. Lbrouah diseaua. Then brain Isalso 4I~.SO WU5
L.!?uded.t 0 mind and jadgement a
CI1C~t(4.5flcyhan~r '.i deed or Impure e*e
The Kind You Have

Harrowing Experiences of Those Who hl-rv elle N-.***-*.ir Aaaenl
Tried to Reach Kiondyke in the ttr. Al ay 11" 111 VAI U
pIra Rush to the Gold Fields-De., cu"9 plupi. ftlotchemsertp on ma 'IA4ebeulaalOhaS tgw
setd T w f C nda arn other cutaflce)us afff-tln. as walk q'~' uia u~ ro a 1 tuS
Toni aaia arn.ltter. oir "alt-rhouzn. hive% and other ~e. Bears the
gWejaoorrIene'rb RA ) St,, mahafeestioln of Impure bloodl. :a t' .
Seattle, Ilk-lt. 4.-The itiel -0, il. I- *'I 0C M *' 'rI.
eg retedInevrytin lert11 In I the cure of scrofulous swclings, ew I I l 1 11 ~ 0.c b'
S o A la s a ad i n v er t n tah il ld~ a F p d g la n s o p e n e a tin g ui e or o d : L: -1. it ( M0cil ( !iee i feiO 1 f
tAlsaanYuobth dea ams them Glden Medical Discoveryb as kill# i vv-nt-.1 NOWi?.:E~~ ,. lht.' ,~b .gm
oe the Aiaska-Yukon Paelifie x~'I perfoiruv4 the most marvelous curms In, it *'tIt*i.i*li traido 1' mle lIlo
tins, which will be held at SIeattli- in cases of old snruaow open eating ules 11 S t. Oe. Ni,. 'w'l tiI'e'L
1. U casdodpntPlerre's Al-lieatiing Salve, which pan- '"": vir thatT~ th V~* o antl
Iturtind to recall maany P-torit-g ande mesr wonderful healing potey whemn ir Iz' r.c I~a he(aa
floMents, of the stirring days Wc the, used as an apil iratIon to tbe somv In con- I ,i.. t~, IIL:.*c it) redu. e rush of the gold tievictrs. Junction with the use of 00olden Medical tleiur .. er 1,"-e' in.'tsi'nes t(
No tragedy of ancient or t,loe.ra DIwovryas a blood cleansiIng cown- the A~ -'. iii rs.
t~ims no dreaza of' Amaeun.Meedla national treatteenti your drugglot- r
esild e mrehoribl tan h.~. on't hppen to have the *All-Healift EXPOLSION IN POWDER MILL. S
a, Death city and the brave blnd by Inelosing Afty-four met in posege
d"ha buAilt it as the terrIble. uhlttr stampsto Dr. ILV. Piere, =lA Mats Ot., one Man Kaied amd Another Fataiof 1b97.'8 was fallag it I. itl Uao..allwlonoib ly
lastcd return poft Moatl druaggist, keep It a C,, 0.: ~. -.4 te-rifl. Apt~nyfe
a, & ellt, thlat s4prang uph a Ie'%% well as the "Golden Medical Disvrl. 111 W w o.@ 5h
latdaaeaswk ll the 0 0 9 0 0
aeandonild forever. The reinalti of To can'% si1fw to ~* an niodra' 1 01~ Aiere.Em *I
deserted city are tituated iiwr of a npkn conoai as a' nbmi'to *O11 1 sd O 5 VI5
Mh emp headquarters (if a tribe ir1 ksGOlde1 Medical D~ssvy,8which I r.teI.m ~~o
ubsidsothe .iake a smedidmog WKNOWN -iTrvo, ar1~Eiid ihe fital lflJi'.ry)Th ry Trs
ule*in pontowhat the s-atne latitude. agal onts list fie- dluta at I::W
aws o avn d fairbanks. lusme beinga ststeas crr.9munder oalki. M10A. %hi lii F.rA n k hiorolki \&a
fies OWu Womein Rush for Fields. Dr. PkwIers Pleasant Ptelg nwllt fi&t. f rI,; l 111Iared and will Me frill.
Whim610 theWG newsCb of the Kka3ke veaor his aonhlfe. Trhe castle of the OxWhen7 rh e n e o t~ e lorama ploslon ise uot known.
hundywryrehd the outside W0-l a rabbit. They finally reached the Had tl'e t'xplititnn arurred a felt iXACT COWW APWini
&wial hude hmsadnvlwdgold land-onqly to find that the others hour iaic'r, manY other wilr;nes.e
mpg undred semen ait ollice rv who had gone by the Dyed, and Ska- wonld riouh,.~e*;i have been killed ante
Whe. t goto this land of gold. Blut gyrue a rie otsb-Ijrd
SS *0 time the beset route to reach foavroutes had sarried aloth. e- W r
doe "sUmt was a matter of fiere goeund Ithed sae. alln then orgoodtm02
imb@Ats The Nome, the Skagualy. the Sme da sot e
MWth Vlez te ty will write the story of that tebr- any pant of the bodi. thes awuluA~m iu' uu nu .
AIL the Edmrontion and the Prince rible winter. and will tell the dark of Baillard' a Saw Lilest gives aI I J I U I 1
Albet ute were fiercely chamllion- stories that are only now whispered; s Wm wp Hoe, RA~ W T.11vl, wris, AI
Ad as thi resetiv osunsPtcrteraIlk of' men turning old in a single week; jsn. S, 190: "I tale plmmfe is
had s a em~tthouandsstared f women. refined asd glepti.. who roomedn Dwwdl sna 1JA *iViSt ftb ,So Fuln
to tde Tdme bY what Is now known die by their own bad rather than mst to an who ane slliled lob*IUVSL.F
on do twnwU Prince Albe"rt and E-live marked by the terrible scurvy: "MIE It Intho ealy If-em4eAdyb~f A
*o~ few" or heroic sacrifies and of paic I beave found that gives Ilumedso A hi3d
Theueoafde Oie by Wayside. stricken cowards wbowe breaches of f~-~f" 266- ilof m11$14 ftol by Yang miftso% aoilug ft"im .
Mihe roer of 1#97l saw thousands disc1iline were suddenly ended bY the WM om.IiimSin~Atu~
gart isle the unknown land. Many- crack of a rilie. And In the seatiue and- P~~iI er
tolle heck many died by the way- the deserted tents and decaying are" SfteIu141s msm
@M%, said the remainder. scurvy-rid- cabins and the heaped ounds wh ich tooUUO iniaii I VS a" g
4Wm dity, hualgr. hease with that cover the losers in all that remains Wr sev ehl @up -il i sa A
low~a tha in worme than tears or of an osperfence that few occasions unlr o ae swle "ON"oi
b ystoites struggled along till winter tn this world's history have equal". I want to 00 M a elpa "I" mshm i
h W ft fall. M ost of them followed bo s hsa fs re ir Wieli the SO MY llo l tingw No" "e sa kl e w
M te Maekenbe. and before they start- BRIlEF OISPATCIE. ftals 'rnilelolt f nd 011VIII~i NMT .s l' I
ad kt was maderatiod that they would to- n~os *m A a barusm Now d~ A11111 1111 6IM "*SI
a* a fo coWmpaySa sake', to upevnd Polha.; ,on, Fc11 4-S
!I hag a good busioessi. Have used
the winter at the highest point oil hui"I* u *Zi:l'Ii reasons for selng. House my he --- -the Mackenzie a travelhe'r would hi". )J't-t l' i. ;I. *mw i: I, 'f.a 1. Ia
Ies, the point at whih he tuned wii~3 a s, a'hs~ ethdindewwbloly atn leestlm A&,LY E S UNU
waward to reach the Yukon. There't rli* ;%-d r tle Itt !lerr Itho three M'ek 4L sWl. Md j~ 7 j ~ & ~ f~ ,I y g ~ i
peity after party straggled In. frot-: t..Vt1 ORAMINUwii AI
11111ime. stawring and hollese. an( tt. -- VIEdU.


M~110111NkO&4-.&Wad basi 0 0 o BLOOD POISON' D Z5 T 15 1.

5. be an San fael aa ~low aruc d~f n alw%* el-t "I i4;r:4 .:.j1 A::-e Office over Duta & Cos
I L 4 L ft y a n .m n e v a t n u s t e P 1 2 t e u a s r ei E .. c : :I a n d Pr i s o .o v U *
bme Sao mg. Il. 0. Darfl. Xr Jtfth %1SC-e.C*. --I t.-t bL.
su s 00 I- fit aw awoad Mrs Barro &Pont the hair biW ).. ufl ',n' -, in .*I'c
~~4agm~~Wdhw~~in~a the ulceratjug s.,r'!-,!--n the h a iDR rv:I..
00, *.a. IN AMOS 411000 d "Part & mise 0120 the poisou is a. wei to rem~ -i' 1t w-rk, 'wmi A- DP- r.'' "
am1Md 0b gmr a -ao tQ w IA secruusis or dt. a 40ai uc a clft,11 1),.cteI'
am a-- a "n" b Tula hi rob will not do t ) t. D EN T Ia .e's' T. '~ ~Itn
~ S. S.V Emil pwlug ci nwuwa ~ for every di-syt..-z i~reiusis in V~IC 1",~'.. t 2 ..I'N~
*~~bmR~Alm~ toward a in-'se (In n, is .*%,t aniim. in ~ I : n t 1oEVAL~ 11boam b gn in em n mv treatme.t. There i. !.ut oie zert-i~u. re.:!A t :..
___ w OWW wfb Ur 111111 110 and Rishhev 60"D Foison, and tiJat is S. S. S.. the gre..teL Qf a.: 'K-. :4 7e-,e.y Cms over Mare 2 ro~e I
gmWae 00-am twTmfs facks tLe i~mse in the ri-'ht way by jr--z -1 **-ne :..4anIj
am oneT w afml aeSriwgoteeypraeo h ou tn-~:..;* ~__ to Mae twos week hegtheas the (1z3 it Parts cf the ody. tone,- -.-~ an. cu.rei DR. LOR1T C. B:)AV L.
itS vsa pos jam 3 agtre .fo this humn.:i.tmw and destructive diwyrder perla.n-* .I:.p '.i'
so ob" 01 1" thert I& tf. in COSmm'-n1ct .'s 6,"n as the Patient Ketu us..'r t~ :: f. DENTIST.
h* do continues ur.:. every ve-tige ofthe pots- i, dv.r -' '
ftae b"A blb afed 8Sa P. L a t, fe-rer cro:z;).ete!y jr '-tn'C4 tri hea:i. S, S 01111" ..~ .t i O. in Miller Law Lzersaa,
a 5 0. Drns bas rte m h acct&4 an I.A c : -- rel.~ I! *s: i.... c-s Af C t_~r
a".a.n V I i~,i.5n I@ evr ita-e. ad x. i. 7 v rotu mi)? mnera.. s i! a t,:.wt.. c 3 (112ee 9No 26; oi a
~~s. Re hang a 6& smoml. Bring Is ya treatmnei. L . -'. i this dc~'xi.-4.~. the ~
~~ *" mbil ait ba. Caanon, jag. btastnbLu-b, VZ *,ted-i~~ ~*-iav--- ~ e
wome VW, ni. Twrmed close a THE SWIFT SPECIFC CO., ATLNA, To B. ELLIS. JR.

I$F I-- If -I MMSP s 11 miles sand articles of trade and' i ATTORNEY-AI.LAW.
Wftqww pege be wjir Sfsrftw., at Phemant Giori merehanise throughout fte State, of
Nos am I* so "a waL Revs Joe -son sand Pimilda. sa anI other Sates of the G198IL
~~~ufmm~ ~ ~ ~ o .u rme si ullfed 110to Of Asoorks; sod to'GrusuL
~~- travel iots avelbg m sad fnerean -iUR'
am band aml swigntk ab throughout the United IN"* w ~
%A R0XeSSltap fw ON, ae of the product of 3AKR, SIATIHLzbO L
regt Ftae t Meustis lsmd imorpmrSlsmo. and cc all mi
W402es Fiei. at 114.-.Thne innol to th0 Oak. sand to e*- b ,Fu ATTORYETS-AT-LAW,
Mkpaan, em.,Stp. 4..-71z" abliab limunch works. rmnmfaeaturies.SLCTRIN hA ER '
saw"lke appiall a m~h 4":3a Worth i mmm amd glime is or throughout,
of powger7 ass E-JUtN A thfre wqiafel son Siign 60 its board of directors Public highways and farms cleared de bustmeas sad res!. *ftv a. cib:a vu shin ffr time to time decide upon: of stumps an short notice at reason-GAINESVILLE. Alaehuma CL, mo" ore )loessay sigto The big, OWd In ~dp all the0 Emss proper.41einHkousRe.
~ ~ Sp 111004a w2A !0 112 Plant Of the eupdla or secoemry for the con- able prices. M11ACMINCRY FOR06.n smn B
a henri M!l;!Cg company. vauk dua ofsuc business. and to have. SALI. Correspondence solicited. Ulu. a $3110 *1*, wtich covered aneatireoWpvilsg of corporation op, __ .FERDIN~AND BAYER,
5 No*. ganined and existing uder aod by!ATRE ATLW
~~9Eiim5.rtm of te laws of the state of U0111 1OUSE BARBER SHOP TO!E ATLW
W. 6. Judas Jac'eOee Deed.~~te.GIWY.U
PbrersD~g W.Va. Let.oiA l stock atborled bereunder is Teo, -C(an sel lo. uits property,
aigrams was rae eved by relative. T3rnb A ($10.000 Dollars. to be dl- proved and a immuoied),
ber aanouncing that former 'Utttif Tide low cme uadred 0100, shames A ThoroUghly Modern Shop; .u~ig ww a..a 180
e w sages Judge John J. Jackson dro- of the value of amue hundred ($100i list orwws yo.. for le
Ah a.. ped Send at At'amt!c City Noaday dollar gash, to be paid In as follows: lAtest Sterilizing Apparatus. and all
marmag. The Judge an Aux. 4 cee Flfty f58) per cent thereof In proW the Latest Tonics. with first-claia j A. CARLISLE.
biaWa his egsgtp'-third birthday. elty. inbbery. labor. etc.. and the artists, will be found hee.I balace In emis. pU'ope'iy. mDachinery We solicit a share of your patronage' A1WOREY ATLA or labor as called for by the board ofLA ftU a Vubtm ft fleet. directors of sad corpormtiou. An-oiio nEut
18 ow ant Snos a, ept. 4.-S. X. Article mi-mbe to for which -FNLdSletfiiDUI
ftwJ3. nmt~r cf the local order of Md corporation shall exist shall be of E F F S1 MO 0 S&: Roa Saate, covynigMlitef.* victims to the terrible abtqb er.DA9%I ral *s rie. All bumizess
lwhilue to tae labor day pare, Article V-The business of said fE E o ~enx ort
2"d has .1...s been a patieut at the pnp odOnltob conducted b-- a o6.e". GA 4I T INf K. r
~., p~t presideut. who shall also be the tressTb0 bat 4 LUG4 uwer thereof. and by a secrptairy, who
amn itegns. shall a&he be the auditor thereof:~ ant ih6 vater d ,
~~--- -* --- by a bhad of three 410) dilrectors, all_____________ftvft in he esiew.of said officers to be elected on the on -rpR
base..Sept. 4. -'amagers by sa thereafter on the first Monday k
the* CWus mail steamer w fich arriv- in Jam.5,7 os each succeeding year. I IA
e_ d bud report a vi- oom rtvolt among &ma the nama. of the officer wbo are wheve have refused to do work whicha elected at the first election shall be
vsksqv'HAlle are J. H. litrooks. as prewiarebaei ng li e n outz s u I dent. act!g also as treasurer: C E O i S E R
seatme oat.ff~w ita as secrtary. a..ting also O S E SW l n i a s
owm na d ft ie of t-a oo pr ult vcas auditor. and J. It. Br ok C. .'A l n iC o s
am~ blw MWo Creak Nallent Dead. S8"arboroixh and M. %. llrook,,. as the (in resr of Furniture Comapany)
m Vumita, 1. T..* Sep. 4.--osa! board ot directors.FLRD
*s ~~iM Mmeat Porter. the noted cimef 0! Article VI-The highei't amount of AIbILE FLRa
do ~S Creek Indian nation. d'd herts lednesi or liability to which this
FM VO Tuesday. foiltiing a stroke- of pa.-al'- eapertlo can at any one time, sub- I am now prepared to accommodateI e Rai
___ ad jet itself is rive Thousand $.0,the trade with the bept the aaket,
~~k a e s cbie! of tte is4a. ceo of the t-ubiscribing lncwvirj'oators.0 together with the number of shares 405F IIA ~I E
"AL nm ifs foll--mAf,.- N 0Now1r&2 ^i~ ,--^ t .


BLOOD SUBSTITUTESro of H.s Innocence.
wisv aus bolwtee sSmetiffee In. the -'.,:rr..i "a : '.tl gi stialliig a
jste IVt* the Veins. !i.
"Soeaslfly In cao of tielon,$ 3 be -Moor %%.* AII' tllt Shinwwmnms where tbeem .e* q tin i'e s- t' fll- 'oao,.I*ih '*. &*Ijo4t'flg IM of blood 1114- luulta.'l t'T. .erti *Nit. s.db. ~ .~I ~~ta gaote that *"Ailiile wluti"11bU w:Iaa i dat." jeeed Ira? 1 1'4 ', 4lt~ ft %i"'Ify tI'D si I *ltut it I, o I oin j .sil wirfl ibrty III(S nd ri a a r .dior. li, 1%. w' *r, I that a uI :,h rwj f')U l
has a %c ry a Its f plr It., k 1, 11 no~ 'Ii t le 41a)~ be fori
:ol ..;>J atit(P znbau~ost..h~cu~tI1 CO M M ERCIAL

; "Dat j4-olge, d,- aroe
41 w:' :.' .1 *'' ~ a 1111)1 Iaatr imirh t. ia* -o 1rie oid (o f .
~~....,~~~ d.:< b~o.~ii.alli oae l'".!i' ii i' math PR I NTI NGd
of~ tial thatl tip. l)44ible Itiino~i'
lo'~ ~r : o JU I ha ~If 1H 1f 111t fl itutewife Jht (if I9 did'tiol hik 10 p eirol ntia ile da of

s.j fo thQSsle u olty I Argumtent.(rl an
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w e it I foctr 114 n, 1, ar prs a r41 knthpe for sIto f ee
blood a whir-i nimy hatiluery enwptsittoaan- teirAs heniai' -~. ,.selve iuhl'a R fit viil fa w'nehin an
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pa'o it 1 1:.1..r "te aeofst ....ore.I vi ler
tbg ben tit are prefer el to o o one

p of ater ma, s:lU. .DOIs adopted t) gain fit#- ieaired effect
* Ploisaline soluttl it : LCnidof .1tviemy.
t itlie het'art t'~ f .t____*fuice. slim It ~. ... .. We a a t
as usual a:stnaa us Ihii:~ 1 Putting In the 11ting. pai.IWeamnw a tP rt n g*
Ila ~~ele th toI. h ai~l tue a %-Pry pretty eompli.
dodanger EatIhItI. .111 ithe, Mer.Iit? flara- lE111ltht4iin done, he w ants it done R IG H T ,
Mft~ into 4.byle. new ldtslli I, loaritwol. I tSlrD i io ha m n h th ed (mi copusles are Punpj'i. r.' loh' l:y imitit hoosatti ftl ynunzr tIndies tat the liarOW the ouial tiussit"A. null "it -,. ty whti M! larna Sith. Ethel twithl T h at's th e k i dWd o
gegtIem is thrown off throuith thme se Wl, ''t nei o mn
iamsam usal ay.theni. London '.%[it.
liiIerly transfusion of bloond wa.'ft insae employed. [out this alwuaas stotioat"method han liven stil L'ftA,'f
-hq~.Tegtn beto to the A* STORI1A
a-- f-lon of bodfntoeperson la Za 161111
% an~r was that to siupilhy tilt* we us,, amount to reS"'re tihe ft 9W YU bU MWUI hoW
mdqe patient It was Inevitable tlit
go velgtest ihoulil be almost an lad- Dm h ay awid. so That the physician WOl U141 11gINt0
bMr two patients ton hie hanls where
mubame. Dspklieik there wansalways --- .-*9 1* of trnusfusing disease to the
plwwt hi te' biotiI ooi ALACHUA COQITIY11We r i r
wy fm Ibis purpose, but motPeople Alshum solunty is NIA6,400 i
po8w to use bload ot their own mano- area, has M~ miles raalreed 9WI
iletog to any imported fromn beasts or mile wag~on road. as POstaWeer in
am fow Cares 128 pIf sbol, phosphats
pat,20 sw mlls. *71AMO Suer
ITfM OF INTEREST. dahous 60our mew p, Me pMO.
01049p 170, potatoeS, Pineapples, or.
7Wh first of the modern bank notes &miles* pesohef, pears, plum,~e PO
wm ade In China about the Year 0056s. and all inds of vemummle.
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33us tn Its natural state contaInsi aIN0 c.t O1-4i1 IAYIN
ft to early .even-eigbtbs of Its en-* Has foartsem church",. two pubois Wo huIl iphools, she Usivnty of Florida,
'the waspts snt Is constructed of a urivato uhola three .ewenaas
of elms article, of pa pier mache. sited st ses allies, ts .bess Imei from the glo~n at( wost with an water. Are alarm systsm. esie I 4010 Sloe speially prepared by the and h I II&, two lee f~wivtOo'
woes~~~es foe th ops~o.MUS three wood foeto'

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LABORl CL EBLIRION, "uIt B Olgt by Governmient Against R I ING IN I R I nterstin 1u of Pe posa baste
St4andard Oil Company. fro -h U--- oHit TOW06
New Yo kk-ptg. 4. --,%v iwmprtanXwer.6pi4-% ni
Tutkisgue's ky Was Appr" &Iu po al s ob called In t:-4!Labr Day NA"r by TuMin bewBptstchrc septv Am.-'rh. hu
The ora-i is th sui hrouxgit by the is lbs Culfrul my. In e. of the me @We irome VVs
P&Wy ObsorIL ni.las ad1111LT"WNo
____________ gov ergtict a;:ahivt t fitazala rel (i-emm d.1 .Th wIai
bo~w)Iy which the governlmenft sern rea and1 Oash no" VuI
ECUPSD FOR ER EENTS e~tu .~lv* the Startla'd (YI TROLLEY MEN ARE ATTACKED wuntaium nd 31gM. WWtebe e.

A Many Cities of the Sowth and gle. It front rece'h lug rt -'ates and di- crtil- During the Demonstratien of Me as eeSad iemusou the bills IN lusting rates. Ttie defendants. are their wn-.k Zar veid Selne.
Where Hosts of Labor Turn Out En Jobin D. 11cwhefeller, John D. Arch- her Orgamizations MeWUImm Broke1,0166
hsse-Ml* in Long Line Every, bold. If. H. Rogi're. C. )I.11att and Line efl Parade and Tele Wee gUe. sad jimlaw LWf
seventy corp~oratioIns. of which the Peiiae.Wuhtb a ek .o
whreGve oninos vto. New Jersey coiporat'mn ts the holiug Put ILO .f WM
Atian:. S~eill 4.- IL~.wte'n Abl i company. Including the Stanlard ()It K~in F'rourliico. Si'it.j..-A eba LUI
b*gr' of h'i&.,l 1. ii i tlriivi 1;U company 4f inuLana. whkh was re- bet't~u co in-utrion *irI t w m Mir.. J. NamV end enn, Wilie j'eac.tire4 a ith ti-i'nu -Mr etly Suecd wnore than $29AW.W)O Piz ) (4 F*%ld a crowd returning from AMe @155511 JIMy dWve di J1111..1111. 01.1 to 1. 1 c..M tiziuy iiournln&, by Judite landis. wilLae.idg t.& Labor day pKosesloa murvin of" of
there gooId a -tr~iw f urt i., Judge Frankin Ferrisis. appointed MOndII), resulted In a rift In whileb - gw vi hmr m bgilna #@W.
abi.wnai-e ourn". r *As& vw- w.- by the Iysitaed States circuit court of St. leat a Z~ic' t''sen people, were$I ~e ktdy swm s I
orsum3t, d 11,:"I 2.5olo ') 4,41404fi. St. Louis. will slt an matter to hear Gae jr..a. fatally. Kim tmoale Du se is MGM
Certain it i-, ~ir,) w,, m:!e'r the testimony that is to be token in The parade oif the labor maim had hi is fe "a a-."t w
*its numerical t'iglti, It War. !he this city. Who the witnesses-are Is Just been dismissed. ad a large eli61111ado3"emP111" most relorrti~ltaiiiie Aind *.; t diew-i not divulgled. Crowd waut waiting to So to Moell dU .r vm s
Gustrat~ioa of vtgaatilzed 1".403 it, tii The Standard Oil company will be Mound, w/here exercises have bees W am- VM & 9111, 11111" history of t~v Atlauta Fe'I-.At;,)n u; reprtsented by a distl'nguisbed array pa rt ofth .& &o r i some, I i.ifi
'riud's .of counsel. years. jv oteh .y
Vuly 15.' i wt' wu)mti andI i It was reported Tuesday that they W;iea. under the dluIo 1c ON so lilmeaws d M W *111f
drin., lining lit siewalk Iruna .tLure would apply for a postponement on Inspector a ekwas sta Mning Afteir itIM dft S bK6M t
-to curb. jwa,,%ing ti'e street from curbi the piea that they ha4 not had suffi Ito the mass of pe.3ple Inlaig m HubSt Ij US to car tracit. re. viewed t~hlw pasiAlug ciest time to prepare tCielr case, but several. It infuriated the evewi, wihe MjaWe z.w" ban.t~ %oets, and ai)~audedl, li.leral). tae the government officials have ladleat. attacked thtv Inspector, wberealwn ~1
mny artistic andi ajiliropr~atu dele ad that they would flight against an Conductor James Walking and 31.nd dolot andl bann. ra. adjournment. tornian 11. J. Durson drew their re- Mr.. kOIm IL V111" O
There was a e#ontinuous ovation ac- The proceedings will Involve the volvers and Bred. athnie b Y. P 3.0t
Needed these privates in the great very life of the Standard Oil coupe- Tbils further anxerrd the crowd. mmdl awI .I
4my of Industry. froms the educa- my, so. that a battle royal is expect- sri within a Uar minatqsaight on t.i --wis4f a4
ti"ss Boat at the head of the parade ed that they woul fight against an all the Carmen who had hues am we anY aUUo amt lw
U the fantastic Indiana, who brought by t:ie pqrmfb crowds, twee 11eMpi with OV i S11....
the tne of marrci. over a mile long SEVERK EARTHQUAKa FELT. tateel. It we& *me im= be th 1.Vak 4I of ININWP
4o a glorious firi. the police and Are departments Coou s b w e "M IW vs. it ,Sec casi:; :4ofmu #c;*'eh Trembloes Shecs Are Reserdedi bet restore order. SOa e~w~
U1a acquiliiir the rant i *of Where Was the Dletuebeee --100@6 r m~Wip
esoslsi; each 1" w- i slovet:e .,r Lmadon. Sept. 3.-Professor ilie Riot at Loelle, Ky. ftm f w =4 a&~~m
fost and each famia.1t. face ua...aas Ite celebrated seismologist. tole L.ouisville. Ky., Sept. 4.-A wo- -Mf. Webinbry,AV mba fi
the sturdy It-aders of unioniati; WAS graphs from the Isle of Wight obeerv- was was respiousie for a AiA hene
greeted with prolonged applause. story that tat 4:14 o'clock. Monday at. Slouday following I.Aher 1W pare. Ub- 11111111y
ft was one of the most artistic and ternoo the mnotion of a great earth- She ref used to ride asm6 at euperas- um- V11161111111 .18
best managed parades ever Seem In quake which did not reach Its mail- #4 by imounfos miea, 'and issued o
thesouh.and certainly the greatest man until 6:06 p. a. (Ureenwicb several own who hbd participote In ____in
1trluuipa orgtanixed labor has ever iad4 time began to be recorded there. thme parade to remoove the -10- asa Is Atlanta. Thei amplitude of motion was Ave and coeoductor fte the ear. eeds sirs dn~ l im 'u
* There avrore mur organizations In millimeters, which means that the words imbuned, the cowO immedithe paral.; mort- men In tihe organ- disturbance was thme greatest record- ately. as the street ear am hue al~pxt '&f m=lwa
ijtioni': inore originality In the coit- ed at the observatory in 1907 since rfddy voted to go an str"k and wil JibE 11101111 911111111'bll =10
ltinps, and4 more taste In the floats the )lexicon earthquake on Apil 17. probably walk out Thursday Mlau. 81014.
tUaa has ever tDeen noted before. At the time the profoessor telegraph- and in a thrice four eeswere attc- U. adlm W 9L 2d aS"
ed (9:13 p. mn.) the duration, of the ed and practically demolished. low St at Jeumvolk. i s
in the City of Now York. eArthquake was already greater than of the nonumioonists being serluly 2 1 Pbb@t.
* Ne Yr~-k. st..-or tanthree hours, and the shocks were still injured. N.I.Dle~i fD~m.
two mll'oa men and women. mem- continuing. The distance, of the or- The prompt arrival of the polie MM& fta l 6@M oV"
hers t): !tar 4)ra anizat ionas. spent 1gmn of the quake to about 7,000 miles prevented the trouble from spreading johinse llift m )l1onda. In civlebrat'ing the one day frown England. to serious proportions. an.I
I& the ear seit apart io most of the There are two grnat seismic regimens Mira. ayo 3w s me
States aind territories in the union as 1n that diStrict. One in Chile to the@ RICHARD HANSPIEL0 IN SUAVE. Jewm a"gnii,=
-A tribu'v to to.e -h.. --r tbcr west aind the Bonds Islands, In tbe 1 ~, 0111101 a,.


FATIIESd Number of Friends at Six.
Wifee" Dinner Few Days Ago. Bado ulcIsrcino aheCutFoia o
o r T h Os~~~~o at the miost enjoyable eventsBorofPbiIntuinofAsh C nyFrdafrI
TI D atDoyema I.~' hthis~*aion~ Ependltures School Board of Alachua County for Year Ending June 30, 11W,
I~fl09th six-o'clock dlhiner gi'..u by MJr. WHITE NEGRO TOTAL7
3~i~ g3st ofdD J. 3. 'uh. whaa occupied elegant %VW Bwkiags S 256667 159
~-' a~ n~a~ WIht.tC.R"p" 252128 S 59
INS- quarters oil So.afr1-e&eue a- wm 202 WJ(
W IL0The follottinaii :ount of the funec atr 153 801)
tested 0 years I SixtyearsI tion. taen. frontu The. [altua (Jaxt'.' %Io 1720
Vid pu "Afll to th of experience, think of that!l es cutnaunitir. All liroE. ot 1* 12
aw anlm of Vo A Experience with Ayer's Sar- Interest to Mrs Futc-' friiid fit thi.- Saiaibcs of 'Ieac her 1 2;(.-4)49 f, i6l 41
so Me Tu~rd sad Final **h riia An eleguat si'(-o'kk cotir-t. diii- S4~q -2 V);47 W 54 1iAj
parilla; the Sarsaparlilla the
dcosedrefrhIblonor given lia-t M~onada) s'veliiti IJ Salary of Soiapvntr.. ipawt $1200i W~
~ ~ ~ U5 4, dotor edore fr hinblod, Mrs. J. K. Fut.h. on St-abrez* svenit.. 1rateiaq EApenwoe of Supenaicodent
weak nerves, general debility. wa an occ.-D01 fit *fi~ ujoynet Per Dewm aud Wieage of !choni Board 8 0 COuMMadTMuMAIM piaod Treasueret I#) ib
US t iinns INm8 Pon: so 6,, ewe a"" 0"~ """ .4 mm nso A to those participating. After dinner 6~a jemo or W20i woe it Ulbthe As 1"etivw 61d.4 "tec tBar nSp 2
preOimt &Wdpsi do si toot p.a&w IWO th. Oe wingg was ;pleasaot I) pas.d lit ruo *2 45
f, down U ku s'e.esm m anaaeum Ao and vocal mu l. Ttho e Emw-- e of-' mw w s8 memoen 00r-0 as ndMe Atu Tugioc Paid for Coumfy Uric Pupa]. 204 001
_oyl peent JackatoMr slid Mowar Arthur Boolls. Furnseve, etc.. "n vityintd i6 00)
Dye akn% HwrAti-lngeae pad en Det ad Lo 2755 35
wa" VU. am-con Ocala: )Ii'. Miarlon Futchl, M. For all outew purpow, 1632 22
maBo f.b A111111oWI Auitman. Day tonal: Miss LIda eo
*Barbbiw. GaiatM'.ille; 'Milss Mearit- Total ..._._ 93
M omw goii adW o wru r Turner. Alachua; I Futch, Mir. anid TeedI Wwram ed dw.. be year
~ ~. _____________________Mrs. Henry C. Futcbl. Jacksonville. This yew*$ Wammaa umpiely 1 653~
fto-ft I IL mersand little Ills* Eva F'uteh.
V_ pbeh be kam &am thet late,' -Mrs. futch and her talented famil ii) 1 'V Warrants pad dwas the year $43)9~
16m WA Meulk dpisasat lave for their home to Gainesville to- Ol i w:-e dlhitt th yeat- *i52 a
ILet am Mea W~Make day after two months spent in Ahe TeWa Wwo pad riswr the yew $7)9193
~sobintm aamrnd Johnham cottage. Mrs. futch came C0an emae July 1. 1903 12171
allo Ift Vq i all the marshL showing here to recover health, and returns Total 0tSe m INsadn eas m well pleased with the decided Toa
gidyie U inflid EA ngank pmW, ws b mefit she has received from the out. RECEIPTS
end A tAwlieo he ee. Casb brv over from 6ad year .. .......
a" PJMft vw.e' 765. ere ts more Catarrh In thin sec- Rmees fm Ceaprolr 10179 73 i 31021Vi
Am; wee vwd =4 reedvat "M of the coutry than all other P~iabocmy6"o "wya.Ci-10-7
Aliinai Wsb~ mewedth"t diseasse put together., aod until the Roced Ina compelliff 35 7Cal
jilidf pm I gin set a-rg MAt few remr was supposed to be in- onuihs
*--III I tle a new due oU~le. V W a great many years RemswessTa Ba'. a W.3..Thees octrspreftounced It a NoNW disea111e PONsse Yewp~? '7~
and prescribed lemW remies A" enie ba Pel Te ofpr~ SW inuin dt hllerami Weha by an tly fr11in to cuewith P Im o AC 5A
Cln gia und =0 Monuday Sao tvdiiint. pr0emoo e it I&- Reesisu bea si . 40 23 11 two
Mason"~~ha I mutSinebzPONv cstarrh
________ inbe a dies Rsie kr pcWa Dli. le7 pnie. yr.. Cci. 11 491 24,
@XAANTSUI 1111 thren.rqmesstiitinlbe bees Few ad Fwimur FOW~ d;
mut. Halls catift Cam. musaafttur. R~ kmsApeims of bst es Sakt Flied #W~ loo%111110 "4 ed 1W 7r.5. ftcuf & Cboklso O, RCeiwe 1111N 10 Appeosum of -il .rnsli. iv. 4021 22, 11116 GheVol omttlowe an 0* theaso l~n Appsifteeel-ofl 14M. May. 2753 73 6774F'
a"AninofB wi hoe1~ m- ket. 141 take.inlaSelyla P40 Ramive k mnicsise Fee 78 -_wom To" BW el does ili m 10 drops to a teaspomful. Rsmaiveadi e~a mieo111110 ~ ~ ~ ~ I of ihofil o aao eetly eM the blood Mi mu00 t eew f O smn unonawe- -l dt th e m The Teod Reoim ......
41Ba no Wil baf 1101111. ~ n 40"SM dlrs a y Financial Condition ef school Beard (Clans of the Yeaw.)
avtwofoom bow hers eas la e,* Se, o c
e~~Th am sWiN be jj, --jjj= 8
&W U do PWumal WIsupe O Aidru: V. J. CHN3 & CO.Abol_ 41 ORWM Buernti Tokeo, ohio. ToWa hildes.& $33
9410w5 LKb. &@dsd by Uls. Sold by so driai wke. CA& 3211
~ 3.M, Veef t aibsthim ebairusa Tane ftws 7mlly Pft1 f or cat&* f
~~~~I swea of N. t 0,h~ WNW&a pts. _~m atso b vows Buusebeahi R. E. WIEKS. Chin.. B'd. Pub.
we heai As so nedliam of the R. &. PELE Tress School V"n
ft pmaa -o seb"La T. p. M1aysard of Alachua Is In the 3. L& KLLEY. Snpt 3d. Pub. MUL
* ebb 00a 41 No adn WO IB sity.____________________~ plain d m efn My. Mr. Maynard rigbttully belongs to B S N S
Dr.Kdw om vay P o. he called "Professcr. for he was a ATTENTIONs U IN S MEN
-eV do saead at teacher at pro'u"ce In this setio _________"W f endw 4 a som %inunj for miany years; but several years ago Th ___ py z hre nanadr o o
111 Mo laa lmt~ sgbgg WW cian heae sawe up his profess Ion in order amhnes;t I pes sps hr ma orer fver wheee
~~~~~~ smalU ad Swob esM sodnd by 20 f51U. a his hea11 btth IsAS none tooaoutg Soroew .gshaomal ee.
poe*9 VW Camsill of the Ama High good. N es regained this health No the folowlag Irie when making your order:
fini *0t M d 1dsi w. however, a&d has decided to re- --- "a 2.1 SAW -- _ __ _ _ __ _
ThminauP Ri stime W fttm to what he terms his duty- 1~ Has 01,8z1.........2 M2 $6.150,
V% -Ow sw so 00 gaadd enat of tksinilo odmctiles the chlldrei-snd has &C- ae 92 AM$Kl........ 4 6
d we&M dao-si in~ aw pusin o cepted a position as ~prial of the Now Neas 11:110.s .......... 1.50 L" 446
awk ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ it a &poeebmbenale.teao s.oSrn@Hg cho.oeO o m Lines. So .... ...... .... ..... LII 8-T 4"5
fiuw inot n aunth so noo the best schools; to Hamilton "ofiy'* M12 W).......a...e.... LSOa 2.M 2-1m


IAN A ANTOCH TPUI~ PIPLESTHE LATERAL SEWER&.N AT iiiiiu Contractor Beeman Has Them Well
WAS URN D SU DAYUnder Way-Will Finish On Time.

struck~~~m,, Bi L a~ !R E!!vSr Ih4 u,
Stuk y h-1tuing 'W11le ,'-1tk
er and i .dai' Were A-vay Am: s; ar J tcn s.~ XL,. Wu I-, i'orts tha~t w~rs. thaii
N- ot Sleep Bec.ause of Itching h~i to' Iliv. %%frk- ms~ K;1laiii atrt4*t, TH4E LOSS WAS A TOTAL ONE S3f'~$f ~V. : t' -k "" ?' reii tooi
Frank Damrpier Lose$ Heavily as~ Two Cakes of Cuticura So3p and ";'hi.. liiiar wa9k-i01 iir TeKAYUNV of Pranks from Lightning. ON 1dC1-m f4it~aI ili. I't'I oft puid. In~ UM ow 0hW soW
which Struck His Barn and Con- N BOX OF CUTICURA Wo~rk., i.a,%enr4 da).4 augo. There. were
guned the Building and Contents. CURED THEM'ALL soily 1%%o bislot. and that of Contractor
___W_ ___ Itsonau eiiw vonside-rtd the best,
Nii,ijil. atteusdling divinae worshle ut !%hat;v hvfrmfvet lee aec'a'ted. with the provision that IAM C -ininm a
~.h llt!c(hurch at Anatioch with hiii ~of a:,P who wete~ affotedi sonm the work niust be coijleted within
fjizliI Sunday afternoon, Frank laste ter wby perta kis of sekin six nionths of the tinie the contract
j~igiir. a %u'll-ktiowi fatuer of that vie a'Neid the armsU anti handp. where wad signed.
gst-i11 illt with a misfortune which uonail pimpkis formed and litwl. 'lfbe, Contractor Illeenian began wlt-lin AU m
cm~a~hiibr adalfed n old not uleep at night. lIfksda~ ten days after the bid had been
.6hieh 1w, Aill be unable to overcome etimemiqat aixout the. ('utiura 11m- awarded. and halt been working sted. emh wn 1
until be call harvest another crolo. two cakes of Cuticurs fHo.a~p and a box Illy e'er since. lie has a wod force I{.lir ask% Z111"111 a"~t a terfdtudr ht. ~
Reot ~s tthtaterfi hudrof CutiiuOitan'et w hk*aiwe great of n'i who understand their business. J- e(afte
wtit Cttic. Soa wad t hen appdied oq t eO
ad vind itorns. accompanied by waih c.m Iuu wa se tap bogdimp and feels confident that he will finish M"80i
lightnlz11. % isited the Antloch section (,utktara Oiglimment e othe dY. the work easily within the Uwe. pro- ones
Sud)atron uigwihte Sa ba they' ha"e born thy scribed by the contract. 7-$udaa't'I~ul.drigwhc te A. &. ('arhon, Noecroins, Travese Co..,
barn of Mr Damepier was struck by Ulnm. Nov. 26 and D'ec. 23, Iftu.." M~r. Ileemn was the successful
Jigbltuilig. igniting and burning the *bidder for the extensive systems of snhaim
barn and all contents, consisting of street sewerage. lie did an excellent
a quantitY of hay and grain.R~T job on this work, and the @same will
As has already been stated. Mir. W O S C M no doubt be true of the contract be
Dampier alid his family were at 8@18Wi Muilm TrestmnM now has In band. annulus
church, and there was nobody on Fell a Vow, Cuoud by
the place at the Uwme. When they re- CuMMLmsOL LAD RK I O .
turned the family found the place 'About four years aq Iw Afked ODLN-AKI OE
redcedto i~hs.with blackopklobeaflover my tam andMuce toRotes.a few on my body. whic produced Presiyterian maoos at Hawthorn,
Mr. Dampier Is an industrious. a aer ichftg keritatlom, andil which Dsrydb ieGweo
bard-working farmer, and has the eused me a We"t deal of suffring. -IDetyd FeSua.
sympathy of all who know him. 631 rofined t .. Afte an t~5 Tb-l1-ebte1nmas t
____________ ~aimof the dreaded 00111Uint Hawthorn, which has -bom ewMliag im
PICNI AT BRNETTS LAK. thiy 553in~dit to be ski sn"=' is for many years, was bouraed uday I ''h m
-INI aT yearETT bAKt thrm boa" wid for night. inld this romolves from that owe-ai
Reperted That a Sig Picnic Will B* e~d ial eae4pnl tin one of the old land-miarks.
saddeddtdhoontlinsa thfi sorwkw Tbe building, which had been gi 5.ii
* Given by People of Alachus. My husband me a scoompiete Iwt
it i staed tat te god p o f Ceticlurs C =nr. whiorh entirt'lj up as a parsonage several years a
of Alachua, who are bent uponi enJOY- 101 the" Vi oofpi the ailcr redess y iT
jug life to the fullest extent bays was 4: u htev7Hwhr n aml.'b r
decided to giv ya grand picnic and kftasclmr sevwr. Itolaeoetigshhe
dinner at Blurnett's IlAke. only a mile have not "el a sympt~m of the eros Seam with the Inadente equip for three i'ws. Mis. Lkwie. ahew'1met for fighting are provided In theo and a half distant from that town, on &W Joe v. aosA. c.2~ town. with the resut that the menr
Frriday. sa
The people of Alachua are not only CSIm"="d building and a part of the Contents'
ao energetic set, but they believe In w RA x end ouMd. Hathr mW n
good time. The picnic will In" Frsmtien of t rHathm I ahed SaN&
* doubt be attended hy a large crowd. si Sysamtoa ihthminter os
and it goes, wtlio aving th~t the1 ___l -i -R~il
day will be -i~4 i it !Do-t injn' I MR. MELTON ENTERTAIN&.5WP~dRelf l J
able manner. -If you are Vioubled WIth Ever Gm
Took Joly Party of Deal& Peple on plalat and have not, receved 1101111 Cai o vor-os.Fine Au 1tle Ride, rea this. Mrs. Mary IL HaEmmme
Miss Minnie Doss of Abtor Park. Th. Ocala biaanA correspondentMod, eas Iwsi
siaugter of Mr. J. P. Dlo*s, and Mr. who is wriig from~ Seaoes of hesath-wih livinr trobis-41' wyU os w a~
B~ernard Carpenter. win of the Rev. the Ocala people who are sojoeruing a Yom' Doeti3 did me no ed andp
W. J. Carpenter of Tampa. were mar, at that popular resort and Dayta~-IteSbs
ried on Tuesday afternoon at 3 Beach, has the following to say ot f e a I 6"'S t o s we' ON"nw 1
o'clock. at the residtee ~fthe bride's clas of Micanopy. who has been HUMUiS, as It is a woaderiul Ove
f a t h e r a t A fto r P a r k Nb E T -iv W s p e n d in g t h e p a is t f e w d a y s t h e r e : e il k l a s I A lw a y s h a v e It I n
ceremony, during whielli the brides toe ad banker of Micanopy. who has gol by W. N. Johnson.
Pilter. M IRs Lillian Dou9. aresided at spent the month of August at Day-LO the piano and played '*Hearts and tonal, Beach, ansd who ha bis Abue 3o- weft atarted son Sal read.
Flowers." Immediately after receive rs e powe CaSdllc machine at the W~est i'tlfn,. CaS., Sept. 3.-TheFfX
189 congraitulatIonsN the happy couple beach with him. too us to the- hal wark un the (atinyllo of the ('butt2'Awere driven to Astor. where they I ame and after the game wa ove noog Valhey raooad hat begils In
too th bat orthi i-svusaplni l oi !eel- earnest. One crew of tout 3110 men
took ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~t thaotfrhl iyter~gv saslni pno h eu ut work about four miles &!)we the tare home. tiful hard roads of Dayt through twaohrna h iYwtr wmI
sumptuous wedding luacheonm ws Its principal avenues. whic are noted wokWntOedeoNon wiea~1O town, antbra the cde f tn wdat-Seb
served preceding the marriagefo for their picturesqueness Arbeauty, third gang is at work near Glenn. It l~ dW S
UMm.-Jackaornvillso Metropolis. Ithence alngiM th~e ah as far dowrn ha- bee-- .11, fimPleIded that the111111 m

S#"Wj SUN: SEPTEBER 5. 1907


w U 44 (pL John R. Johnston. editor (if Amtong to-w v~hto are being discuss, The Short Talks editor (of' The OUT
That Pasco county a.emocraft ham the ed as likely to be considered for Tislni. nba g s "' The Tinills-11. rs dadWso fmllswlag to say Concernling Il.. prxos the Democratic nouairiation tor Presi Ion is not a ResEt.aid n.-'er btts- 1~ n isEwr uo pwetve candidacy of the Mim~e gentle- dent, Is Robert it. Glenn. Gojrn',rr of into thsn controversiess of no'~h~'i hniaanate rdlti
a o G~IDrNorth Carolia who has beconie vkhon it ra!, ;,i-; (out, but it iu-tlo1t JdI 'fit- 01 abt Coas.t, princiiba..
n o Go v e r o r n t t r t 4 r e d i t o r s p ll k s D w t o o n a I i i S ih r W e t o n I t
J. C Stcktn I Isprobable~ that Ithill -Sast unoih (or m 'o by re-asiol of W -i-ka:a.'t .. N.~. reerntutternces y Ho. flr~Dh~eltlybefor' ther~e~~tlY ithinjilolot fhill]' (if,, tillsd CityrrIn toa
be may enter the gubernatorial race.lof his controvot- with Jut'Iret: v.. v i;. az, it In Illkie 11111 of t-ailsurcibtY lato
Whle It is true that wev and M4r. 1Pritchard o%*.r the. enforeemuent o! th.. 'tot a (I. ,rit to,. rar .ti-ri a ~tt urr~ ottg 3A3 S~~~tockton have trained In different o North Cauoina railrotild rate lawsj. Is t t: *.-1-. .cid,r* rihd.I'r.
litical camps; and have been arryed)! lie was born cma a farmu in, Rocking -';'a (l .A d..' f.r.-:t froi,' Ali \:i,. Alin.. Stri' iii- (.,f w\4:i,
%ft illigglegsle & nbt each other In the great lioliti' h taw lcotunty. N C.. 'tA Atigust 1%'# 1. Iti. r t: ;.. t-,t it i, 11 r!- ,dII1 uk!%vk iii tkh'.. cjt%. \Tim,
OW 614 V 6112 cal battles of t it Statist fur the pl.t an Iu s a nj.'seiier If 9' t I ,iu h' I.. 'I t, I. iv l n!#.41 t, -w str;4 ii. Cd 4!.:. 1lr l': h. Ur;to) .
A11010 0111600 19 twenty years. yet char pcryionai rela- ifaily, and rect-1%led ae 4c1i- sical LAUi. Aly vrr and ii L mr in. I:;# It w r n' ~t
Ulms: tions have always been of the kind, aim ~'ig e t:*e~.a~u .0 0 tt. e.' I''ct I!. r-~i~I h-r1 UM* B elst and mot friendly nattnre. We I Davidson Coiiegso. at~j, t\V0 VIV4 at Ir .t t n' vi aw-1(in-'r to(' ;t%% rat'. .': 6!o a f!;#- t. acl. rr.
10611- do not hesitate to a*,.ert. A-;th all pess- the Vvfver~itv ol' Viregitii. ho- bogae fr'fh S ;wI: ~A he .-they lia~ t-4 onI l ie,:s~V th.111119aible emphasait. that In our hutu- the study of law in I'7-P. undur ftirtit-h4 1,.'! .i'rr ,r,~I fisI, to1 (;4h anid I.vr.,r Iflih Schfwl IA-t ye rr
*.ble Judgment there io Do man In the Judge Richmiond Pearson. In 1%7 Moor atd %a-a kno"An as' the coni- 1). NV 1. Blarton (if RikY P~oint w& m State bettsor equipped for the office be was "Wmitted to the bar. an d soon IIanitnt of lirilit--ad igt 1.-eji the city ye t.'rday. M r. BiareM
3mWdq of ovrnor. nor one who would give afterward married. and w~ttled at Dan- It Peorre'-d lraptl~ity. took to the- viik ~.. route to Enteripre.
to i the people of Florida a cleaner bittY. In Stokes county. where he prac- duriw(the Ite.'ible battles, of thle Long! % h.r"- hlo had becin called on accouMs or owe heaeclle administration of tics-d his profetskio for s.%en years. March. the Grcat Swampj and til. 'of the s.'riou, illness of hiidagbw ja M t e ~ He.oses in He the mo~ed to Wintston. tjjd Striigxl"- in the LI ke. Againtmt itiIs. J.% B. IN aiev. fortuerly- Nlswjb
degree that Is worthy of emulation formed a partner'.hip with Cljenment army the arrows of the Indian availed j Barton. who Is welIl known and pop. by m#Al that humanity that meets Manly. In I%&1 he ias sent to the little-beforo- Itse tusks the naked In- Ila# here. It In hoped he will ffnd hw' Inh every ma a brother.' that symps. State Leg~slature. in 1,%85 be was tian flet1 and the Sianish boar our. condition greatly Improved.
OWy which eaters with warmth into elected solicitort of the ninth Judicial 1vi- where thot Sp~anish knights J. Harry Tench. agent of the to ftn thepligg of ethers tha friendship district of North Carolina and in hrI'hThi eantelngsig lantic Coast Line in this city. exeo
adeB ftm ow with generous emotions 1893 he was appointed by President 91e" with nature, the original stock Ito uiake his departure today for
and hisds us to those we love with Cleveland to the office of district at- JametIngw varid b conribtion n Ricbmomnan
~Iidheties that charity that torney for the Western distzi(! of blood from Engilish and American WVambluton and other po~ints. He Aiii pgf d *eery adieug and appearance North (fri~ina. In 1904 be was elect. sources. The product ita the raor on his annual vacation. and xPee th matfaerhi ileprtalo.ed Goverr of the State. lie wasn a tk-h'iilailofheprieto be none about a mouth. Igig
sod flpi"Namep that feels with Clevelesid elector In 1884. lS98 andifanuily that has dc t-lopled the spe'ed numerous friends here wish him Vilidunw te debse of others, and 1892. lie Is regarded as a great law. of the horoe, the activity of the cat pleasant and beneficial outing.
10 01 di d git of e thdWa" meson. to yer. and is devoted to his profession, and the Courage of the Conquis~dor M!aurice Arnow. formerly of d"i
Sp db du& Mr. Sintsis.. ha set He has never been a candidate forIn harmonious proportions. If Haeck- ct utnwhligarppnb
mub.4 p 00 thle YM Men Congres. #I knew him. what a fame would beciybtnwhligarsodI
Ob MOW W~ dW@Iw ib buSS. As Governor Glenn succeeded in his! Knowing him an we do. let us position as railway Postal Clerk h
19 411 -e deah opipeMd compelling the Souther Railway to build him a monument more enduring tweeD Jackmoville and Tampa. vft
dila &Wo R11111111 111IyP 11111111 e than brass and hail him as one of in the city for a sbort Uime yest~r,
iikbeay s~d U*t In obey the laws of North CaroUs. in th tro among cultivated an cutr Sir. Arnow was en route to MleameW,
1111 bb mims "ON his fellow spite, of the Interference of the eFlrdas"where his wife Is now visiting. Uf.;.
goii* ENDS me In pubis W. which is the former attorney of that corporation. expects to remain there for the ago
bo of -u soial emsIms He who Is nw a Federal circuit Judge,fedasashisohs naV.
111110 E i hMPustt 1000110110 he has was the plaudits of anae A WORLD OF WEALTHY WOMEN. fecas. a eI nhsana e
he I SI 411 0si the duties who favor a st-rice usto ofml h new club-house of the colonyI
M1a*A V E I~ "sm~hohwa.111I roads, and that alone would make Tetw fFlie Nra.1
-a law heai 60 elce i naalal a lbo ew York. an Imposing Co. Tetw fFled.Nra.h
bhS e 4 1100 bi' n mat foraly piDo rati cunry- loniall structure, costing all told. a half- Poo no taxes on Its lucky igibi doO noen de W"t -ag may select him for. million dollars. and architecturallytas.sysTeLno (ag) .
Pala ad Pal emds -s~ land tavern, Is altogether r upredn the authorities at Faleide, have said
~ ~~Aw w a e s of it Darin D ocai le d r o th li e u o a d lg tu i Np e dew g- sa d r "D in th l st h r yy
so mas WN pwb -ue *ma quatjni 0000 LOGOM ted In the club-s oman's world on this over 3.000.00 worth of trees; ad,
sie ofthe Judicious replantng. have po.
aVirgTeDmcai edro h os A temptingly equipped cuisine of of- vided for a similar Income evesry
4000 OAt* iU 88"dals "61 fRersnatv* John Sh5wp fered to satisfy the cosmopolitan thirty ys.In cseuneof t
toW lw wor womocrats taes of a membership of nearly one souc Of Commercial wat hs
ORgni,= polde. His *,ttue __ret oubss hetigta thousand women, who willingly part are no taxes In Faleide. and local rMImpvain sere" Van the attitude they ar geduo. a ogtwith the unmatcbea fes of one buD- ways and telephones are tree, as vwe
of 1110 a mpuysad be V leathethis thing they dontagree U~u-dred and fifty dollars for initiation as education and drinks-upon the,
two ft so nowmaadad This Is sound log. If two disputants and one hundred dollrs annual does King's birthday!"
___D cantareupn h-rmie.te to say nothing ot gilt-edged prices
of 1 pw~ prblplet. Al b m csumt reason. Uf they do agree upon for every service after one officially Tomn Lawson. the Boston spelsl0 to 1 tbt. AN berner wet ma th premilses. they are also most arrives so to speak.. The scene at tor. advertises to buy stoks. H1w
in' 6~ to ~ likely to agree Upon the can the door Is perpetually animated. Clews, the Wall Str~ banker. adONeO li ftue~ 09s hate rs. elusion Now we carn all agree From early morn until midnight. vises great caution. As long as 111n
d a lms Cosi6etea upa the axionts and defliitons of crested antomobiles turn In at the frenzied Inmlers; cannot agre a
~ eer em, society which we call1 the princi- cub n h orl tedn nmay be 1Ilse olet them figt it a&
so 1bU pemeses quma hde pies of Jefflerson. if we are really Dom Colonial livery of blue and buff ushers without 455515W
d* sH is heM, aggrssve logcal, cats. But we shall look In vain fo a constant stream of arrivals Into-so s ft brvi o the priaclile of Federal ownership tlhis delightful retreat. says The Sepfaft W in vidory. We do not say ol Interstate highways among the tember Delineator. Sitting in the els hW e Is alrwys riat We, do not incples of Jefferson. so also we small reception-room at the side. (me =4 as o he b" M ssplr =I should lad to those principles to gets a series of kaleil1oscopic imU01 4W 3, IL No ft a stes Imi g es n warrpnt for governing a people with. rressions of the life of this original
his ftet seah as thq am are evr- out their comsentor tailLg onto cLass club. Probably Miss Anne Morgan. Memo gnisoInomealy y hi Tb~s. wefor the benefit of another class, or daughter # .PeputMra. Ga
*f ISO do my am as ,o w a of polding weaker gia"00's, or sitig saunters itq for a plunge into the 4 0!01 a3o
ad ~ h wU iduagy eatevryH" alliance with Kiag. or expending white aftrl i'uol. or Mrs. John Ja- owin owe he WN 1m 13msFwey ederal authority by shifty Interprett cob Asto t; an thltictur ortw
~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~r anmM ui uis a ieusltn ftecnttto.I factti inr the gtwaoum "ArM Mrs. Cl,11c vam~ussAgoo.~~ "n'
U. ~ an is~alm o. fo -I y ~we souldEnd n Jefersn nthin Macay fr a8hortres in he rad- e'msWSP A




%I11IN for -A A -44 E IE -1r ir* I- INj WE A8 L1111 1111
Ar tdfrDronkenfl"'. But Big Iu Hendersonville, N. C.. After :M'Ti6i'-I :l iwrsnri. w u. e'ug
pistol Was Found in Bm. Successful Session.0 ____________ l ~-THEowiWA3ANUGLY OLD -38- PRESENTED WITHi LOVING CUP~

WnWas Taken to Jail. and Will "Bob" Tayor. John Tenmple Graves.
Coulty fc r Carryinig Concealed Spoke in High Terms of Dr. Strouse.
Wesiperis-eavy Sentence for Him. Resolutions Adopted. jorow Tilt I aly-1 Owl.
jilar.1li A"I" ,lleil "')ig 9111114"' ~ ~ \~ ct~'
~ b'Allan' I~ (,oijzt Lim-' railroad i~d' zI f~.a.: er~ e
iti %lon t~day' when I te of&l~.iII -\.rl~ t it*- Chiat.iti1 lt iM1fuit.i Its the trriffter vit il..-~L
Smt bui train. bound froi Dr. ('iarf'iiee It. Streu,-. .18 follow-4: "0G BOSTON LIETTUCE. EALYSUMR SGSA
~r K r lko la~t ksoti' ilv. :Lrrl i
"The Chatitaijun e',iieted hy Dr.
A white n1111 lcft thf- train Ill all C. D. 111trouse closed In this city toted conIiiitiofl. tt entered uthe igh91t. Tii. tlweing wa.4 featuireri by I U h II~
g sof th'- AlarhUa Co. Abi-tract (Co. tit# lorrvMite tatimiI of a '.11'. r vu.p to D~r. Wo
00 ban I,) inlake hiiuz,elf got.nerally Stl)Use. the presettiion blig niadte
it, whvii he wax plact-d undvlr by Colonel Pickense. rho Chautauquafo di
Watby the e-vvrwatchfull marital. aa ee i niopst siur'esfuii one. andi jTbe fact of 11114111 take up. for glisc arlou.s % 1 'iwak1e, Including -11ob, y ('indut't wag. not so bad. 1'ijt Taylor, John Temiple (;rave~.. Sliurg- _________________oy cr-fputid concealedi lit the .*on avid Blroughton have spoken In
bommfi of tilt Itan a :04.calibre high term"s of Dr. S1trouite.-Wt~~sshti rcevoi% ur, loaded and "The followitng resolutions were I AN_0
I rvad fromt the p~laitformi and adopted 01
for business."I[. a
The train crew stated to the mnar- v# ith girrat viithuelasim and a pjiiaus'e: NT IGs IMPROVEDBET
that the mxan grot on the trauin "'Ie It re'-oived by the people of
cala in an Intoxicated condition. hleoidreconville. In Chautauqua meetbed glivin them trouble and an-. I'.g assembled: That whereas. l)r. ----&U the may to GallneeeVifll. Clarence It. S0trouse. pursuant to his MELROSE HAPPENINGS.
Iiw offender of the law will have eiitract and announcement has given
wy into the city about $25 and to the people of Hendersonyllie a Many Psersonal Notes of inteoet-a
when the county All finish Chautauqua program unsurpassed In Enoyble Pionlo1-Other Notee. ..
vp for $ 100 and costs or th ree excellence and U~ilety and highly Melrose, Sept. 4.-A. A. McRae hMe ItT OFr TEES cEnall"EW .
in thme 6gang-" That is the pleasing and satisfactory to the peo. goue to Georgia for a couple of weeW
sentence for platol-toters In pie aind visitors of the town, andivacation.
mton. which they have well patronized. and Mr. and Mms FL you Nosaky ane T h x.M1
whereas: We. the people and visitors pected 6ome about the 15th of this '.
of the Chautauqua. have the stalost Mnth Kate At101 wenntile inda to b .
in the mayors court K. W. Fellon. confidence In the high Christian char- her school at Brooklyn. where am At the Close of Business 1 kqe&t>
WhiW man who was arrested at acter and Integrity of Dr. Strouse and will teach this fall.
PNOmkw station of the Atlantic desire to express the same, therefore, Harry S. Grime In spending the
Lb. )Ionday a he left the we do most cordtially extenid to Dr. week with his father and mother, Mr. ME OM =U
sad began to annoy people In Stos our thanks and appireclatlois and Mrs. 0. C. Grimes. oAns and Disou t..............*
ofnof the Alachua County Alb- for the arnet entertainment we have Frank Yearwood. who has been Is
Company. was fined $5 and enjoyed and ale eagerly look forward Georgia several mouths, ts back to U. S. Bonlds to seeuv CInim~*ldn9 :
spur a charg of disorderly co. to the coining session of the Chan- Melrose. Premium on .sm...~........ ,
tauqua to be held by him Io Hieader- Mlrs. W. M. Curry and two childrenl FSm only had $12-50 In his pokt sonville, where he may always expect are visiting friends In town this week. Banking house, hwuituir. &Md flkuh a.
the charge of carrying con- a hearty welcome."' Mr s. rnderwood and children me Stationery on hand ...... .
weapons was not' brought The GainesvIlk11 fiends of Dr. turned I&A week to her home ini Cahi al n dsfohbn...
him He was arrested. how- Strotise are g111ad to learn that the peO- High Springs Cp nvut. de" b ~ 141
~ftepaying his fine In the cli, ple of Hendersonville have st~id by' Rev. T. IL 11Sitrunk lI n InveresT
a warrant sworn out in the name him so "oIdly in his undertakings this week.**90**
'ft eftnty, was taken before Jus- have information from a distnteree Word was received here that Mr. r.
Oaimast and fined $100 and costs party to the effect that the attendance Roeand his mother. Mrs Rtse&' LJA B~~5
Owe amts In the county "'gang." UPN Dr- Stirouse'$ Chautauqua 00s Wood. reached their detsatiOSI Capital stock paid i....... **.
having the funds to pay his dune, numbered that of the opposition Chans- Witwtmoreland, N. Y. Msms Rcse.Wd Unide poftls iurut.p u s .
90 mecessarlly have to spend his tauqua ten to one, and that the former was a little better Uniie If w or*
Is Inning how to "box" timber was the most ucceeeftul ever' cion- Miss Sadie Mullin hits appointed Jand taxespiaid ....*.... ~
phosphate. ducted In Hendersonvlle, which Is Mrs. M1. R. Mullin "*aixtant poist- Iepst .......... O*~
Is a white nian. It will be eildence that the people of the Nolh master and Miss Nora Mullin clerk.
*that he got on the train Caoiact oeadeteem SE' Mrs. Chan. Cuml and little gVIl anej T ~.....*.........'
'" Monday. according to the Strouse as do the people of Gaines- vfTWUUg her brother/ Thos. Tolify. TOto*___ses_____0*644
t of the train crew, and was Ville. Monday about forty or 11fty friends
111les' the influence of liquor --and neighbors gathered at Mms NOl STrATZ OF I11111M
Wrested here by Marshal Ar- TEACHERS' EXAMINATION. Iln's for a picnic, to celebrate heri COLKNTYJOFAA.) I
I~~~~~ a. coAlt s&rris to er.A bur



1usnd. for a* et aulkmg off heir mams ____________LEGAL ADVERTISEME Mad the rostoratko of her upper0------works. of course. the Senator a%- TU E A NNOTICE OF APPLICATION
pcethtthe ship -would remainU UU PTET
FIIJ ~ ~ ~ i theu lkooion naiy yard. and his work o*in Ctagress as lottdly appluded In mother is g hlth, ad the eo-- Notice Is hereby given thti
~ i .~his home city, but the dock. of the perience of materaly should not be 141.1ance of the United states
navy yard are crowded and the d4'- apprhed withcaeful pysical Iz s. W. N. Camp. whoaie
~~ ~ Peralm ma a40SS addret1 is~ Ocala. MIarion county,
pert went has decided that the ship wood physial c ad~lom rumlt oi i~~t Ila thd 11Ii~i for
will ser~e a better purpose at the~ 11e0 chlrnte tsig o odr i-whf% wI res5 of p'lacer
9SMOGATIO CONVENTION crladl* Of the navy, where there Is au-luton. 1, 1 IIa fwCr." 3l1
lfUample, rotlm In the comparatively Preparation for healthL wao trict. AL&I'hua county. State of
pm flwteso heCeaeae n ft sscopilol yZ'ds .; ft-vrilwti by the offal pke
ft a. WO A-- wo ecflwtro te(bspac Plikhms Vegtable Copud with Imp-vd. utd by the field
soon as the work of reJuvenation Which I. ma=O.slv root. sod ti fil in ~U- leo the
OW N0%O Plmin'1 isompleted the old ves'sel will be herbs, more sao0uusf.Uy tan by any theta tited States land offee
t ~be T~k towed South. few medlivel ee I -- -mi gives, tome trict. (iaiie.,% lile'. Florida. as
sa" stu'eagth to the entire feminine % 1z: NortlueaiL quarter of
Thei m.60 Pre.menta. mi-nc more, JA ME' n 31~~ Ca quartr and Southeast q
Th Prsdml ticsemoeco erto ndi= &o. ad the MR.JMS CK 57CR xNorth%#,?-t (Iiiafrtor. conutiing
gee h oeof pae kr.this UU5UIt 18 lee "NOsria and ore children healthy at birth,.~ Ima w-e and forming a portion
3. C g ~ ~ .ls ~ e~kr.Sham thirty years Northwst and the southwest
sa km ews d tie attepting to bring order out of~ection four. in Township
the$ ,kswihfrsm Lydia E. Pinkbam sVegetable C~ompound of 4rtiai
*a IM weil 1W a -f has exitd to the Central American him bes th tadyotk lean mothers in zbpaia for cild~bbth. Te meridIno hs ieI
i~ ini, in.ernuie. n e~nctin wthPre.Neewhat~rs JameCesro14 W. asth JLNFew York lays In this, ed In the office of the Clerk of
apMf hemblsm dent DIS of Mexico. President Rtoue- lseft.-Dear Mrds. Plulkhasm:- wi" every expectant motherknew, about tam county on [ages oz anad 93
mum Sth w eft has addressed a telegraphic note IV"l 3L flnba% Vegetable cornad. A neighbor who bad learneool"o iig lis
3060bw IM seb to the Presidet of Hosiduras. Ntears ;il. va"e t hmtula Cenonof m woman's life urged she t@try Adjoining claimants ae
,be Iffidli t he is Slum. lador. Costs Rica ad Gusts-ga~~t h i ~- AnIy and all persons c
I w a viihe bestofb* nuatow."' verately any portion of said
r~flilm hils awm- & beinin them to meet In a y~ 3L 1%vouiam's Vegetable Compoud is esitainly a sweesafuraegrud r eqie
passe compm. es"c saW adopt a joint N~d OW 610 ilWeakneessa a- llet of women. their advorpe claimpt with the
__ g s tyidnfol**tosbi it Ihsured m= 1 every fornmof Female Comnplaints. Nmirgllena A@ thanis.Saesln
avbe iishl bidny all! Ove towhbich tan *Mei Weak Baek Falling and Dlsplaemuta. lmliammatinn. VLl S, o thlu e ithe State of ~ ompaf bern asmd bygsi Dlmsssseti ofe Womeni saA Iab thvubl Chng ofps Lior during the sixty, days perio Sf
Mil : aenkdbydeoai eg- Cidit mddrn h Cag '11 catIori hereof, or they will be,
*lf d. egdim Te two executives pwoisei AM PhkbM'S Standing InVitAtn fto Women by % frtue of the lrovisiame
~ ~ ,~d eed adie of their respective w l m-rgfrom mfomof femaleweauem areivitedto statiatf'. ) .CM
4d y* eo1le5 h asI s this Pulise- 1Witt AMs.Pubm at Lylm. Nes Her advios is tree. 181ig1f-d) W.NCA

*~~ 0 wm Nb.I so delrd Th 14 7%0-- Posted In my office, this
Spieomt -d Beeretiry Beaot have AREOD ESNTS,14017, posted on the claim
~g b ~ u~~s u MAuc move -1"7O. HENRY S.
gelf~t lo 0 ~ 6W sb 1411 they w'aie Arredondo. "Sept. 3ii-Miss Ne 11le WEbo liiflm WO e 211110 Md halO I mranwe D&Cieta, of Gainesville lit the guest ERTIFICATE or AL
atdoISed India womt u ld 3M SMProve of Mrs. Gorge Smith and '1116as Kiae .~ Noba
in~t m nlsr a y of th w ers 4116 to SmWi.t Trea-ur' 1^artmest. offlee or
drmd. ous is~umiia ~ The cotton crop is In excellent con- I*eh.v I Ar.ate~
tim5S.5, o te IWherra. by wit~faeovv evisespi
911111 lf~M n eml mre't h ditlosa: picking has begun and the out- r I tto the unde?'iged. it bato been
911111111 Som west tb* NIWS was SOW Pre look Is faorable for a large crop of l'eert!ni 'THF: AINESVILL41
usuueide tS dlvdo.excellout quality. Ii vo A I.&- hua. aMW 142aleofles
- led 0 the diMAeb of the vote by leoatdrp ~rn.n w.ith. a all toeetvovslnesef tie
The poato cop is oonaline. tbe'vted %tae req-tille 11a be
va adlis ow Wpap- The hay crop will be largeo;wihbfeankwal!OWe
Ufe N o weather conditions were unfavorable Nuw Thcrvfwe I Thoomas P.
Th Man mmssCmbl o hoRd 'tctsng Com: trkoIler of mes
atfw days ago, but with clear loolomht cerlfl tat. -T
~ saihdl urte tteit weather the prospects are all that 1111 uamws Mi Nol LW~ vfV.hte ousty of Alacbus.k
~ ~ .Mis IL fteir will mf be a canw could be, desired. b1. ~rd lfwils t%. mialbuised to r-u e
06 S tdo DenoMfttlC l powiham- baitaigsib rwowed I
The vevtbencopwHbevr H undrtedan sail ty-nise of
twMnyar. Mr. Capbllsys lag.!talt. of the United %Lasea.
ha ~ at ampellThe vevetbea crp wll e vryn lo, ttUovni Whereof, witae
be Woo so"Ptisal rewdlng thes aa- APWWLL FAa-!.ftvrhelbatkeyo
__ mimp of the report at Stt bet that The lumber and turpentine interests UIseall Tua Ael P
hnisarm loking forward to euhaneed vat- ~,4 ao~f'1j $3 9IeVLI 6M (on4'tov
Go hwa k Mr.e hwwislf te~ sea of their products. ~P%
be gmvI n mawem of $Ks" a Business generally has, with few NOTICE OF' APPUJCATON
~. yu'timth lw hm ~t whchheexceptios. beena much better tla- --_________ DFXD1 UN Wk A)EZCThN4 P OF'
as~uit4WL hut oubhtless Spem & during the summer months of former Notice In bereby elves that J.
-f-k .b~ mod inmspewn *I the White years. allowing for the decrease in %on t raasureba~er cif Tax Ce
MI&__ %__ To Fe tieTforyar.wud aus fsm cmoSte dated the 60,. day of July. A.
___as_ mad eermlatefo I"
__na Need d1el amore attrselfive Mrs. George Smaith and hter diugh- jAJNone DERTKII co.tae"
so ~~~~~~~~~~ter. Miss Ele Vermllye. ha'e riturn- *U D R A IG C bwst fldiodWrhe
&sod In Alachua tomesiw.Fbis
u-m m or usl Chire A. ed home after a t-eryv plea-ant visir-- -ono C6IU o at Xe roi at of l
o usme yis tostat a~umforwith Mr. and M~rs. J. C. Rustwll of lot. runt 1- a~ ts Od%~. zIJ7
WO VGM. -- veseleltia-. tme prowl- Jacksonville. In their seaside cottage Sloe Ik T. be... 2 14.
-~ ~drnf. "Mey have sot ME mch at Pablo each. They are entbusla*- NEW (U3OIS.... The itsooMe of such eestiealte
km delis h, y tbw two. bu they iul ant tic over the beauty of the Florida CU1400__ sak J. t~s!V OW be
ha IVbei the am Uduy Medl"t is th ftimst. When the environment of eeedt~ to A.w L& o i
AGRIE YOU thM ayo wosshe.A I
Ain~~~~olId Isli th oif..eoepsdms u.ughby appreciated w~e my ede
fth~s~~ of ~er te d the opportualtitls for change of $10NflmTi T@nEToEs O t h, day of1 Ae ust. A
ha IS piifi~fi why is am. fur th sig air and scenery are experienced. It i6 sod 19053 MCm. 11111 cleft dm11s Coen &iam
"W. iM I"t Insoh be hoped th"~ them. will be a cm of wonder that anyone should W~eorssrms NOTICEC OF ULML1411M
M@M g& m MM &ughl ansiaokl beor wae to leave the state except for the An electtos will be held Is te
"0. d@ dip WW mistim beside. Mr DryMa jugt briefest time. Pevema: te t o all mateesiosI b hool bow*e. In Shool 1011seiss
a k she l imm n miiyof hana m a fLt gumuinel Nlivl oslm-b Mrs, Gmear Smith'spls wR %%J it* Nal an leerp deile ebecoth. sa'il. aste m~ sdeumvmtl. E cors. M. gve phno ecialMonaySepem-~ ~ 1 wter 29% ISet for 0stairet,

____--~___TIO GAINESVILL SiJII: SEPTEMBER ~ uw'Stidder 'ret'n of him dey orter
A BoldStStook him by de ban' an' give him their
PEEPE PL DRON12j aea thBed %0Stp. ld t(
-~~ - lg-igat OW the u.- u !! se-.arsanti~ m pab
~j~ada lr.. V*. K-. rev*. of Iluf* lo N. A Georgia Dantte.
htB tRd NS ~is II inaTo u.ii111 14l At!1 depart frtuni the# 's-i ur.- *ousu I %, (reorga singe r w~ho recently wrtote
~i~ Poe DsstIs by the muikers of ;.ut-il) #j, m-ja.; fdr 41u- a Interview With the Ilvl,0 cast and r -o th bl o. a full iagusteflula t'CS tI
sad cow= t (,f all tho umvedlentsleltc' I b u I~Ubra
ATLANTANS IN PUfTY enei Ile C poq~tionof hiswidly druIdI tol~*.
his asum Urs and patients j) it t 0tiot~adl
inl W tt-e Party Was Seat. his full 11r ence. Thus too he baa ro- I looked for l'lti.., TlhomWas.
eCireered, T',rowirlo All the Oc. *"ifa 1of doubtfidl an dOI maet ltthyddntkw itire4
supants ',e e% watr-Two Clinj shlwim~r o f KNUUist ((mpostkoft, A aiskad for hlva'ozi W~illiaini .upI~t5 ~ .~.u,,41 to sing lit loray.
Togtlteer anid Lrro n Erntrak.,. M APT
Jack' p'. !.I ~ ecr~b'fiv 't-it thuo& thcr vku&!
'' fI 'tiiw MktnNoeli1'vrv. fthfi w~hewi ('ohouoel .Ilakaaa'. lct 114
alamesul tmdi I forC weak swrim h veoft
.0 . '*g ver orbilioulbaqw and alletn..Itie. Thev %rit above his rest:
*e .1 Wbcerever km'ati4L have pial.. u ''n it. ~
p~ExY1A Lf. a full ad cvwveazee I.%& cif 'il*(one heilNc. to do0 liorie Ieepin' dr &:I bon Fa~p~ ,~tnneuam Ol~thert AbrZain'Pi brt'abt!' o
Stir'. 0 US.:dstnadmdla o of &1I thwe 4UANE'ftt
slic of r ~O~~~hcIontani,,vey pnr- "Itut tlterte I did not find him:
trait ~ ~ I* l 11 ill,- pr1111eiuofn.10 1 o igea I heard V1 Ia ;.--)rd front all;
t, r "n I Ij ng, uu5 Ulaw%. rS~ S6eveUl That Abraham grot tirvd
6"et am"In~ed @qdk Li.Pet' .dnes.
the~ hClue~' Omof theft lttI bokwillbsnomlied free And let the Colonel fall!
on :.tu .L) v a:we ''Rjtgra' ~~lo, XI. 'llut the Co.lonel's wife, M~aria. 601
ott -0 7111t' ( TV abl no AL= 0=fsi ftbbI"s antl~vw mi Was just Inside the gate,
161me Cotas kubulo sametk5. uibCFSI
3~rc 4 meatsa' of '14r 1111140=111111 o uuuu~Injurlt aes Tellin' of an angel
sad .~ that aw'uo an U0 fruit baiil aidt To put her crown on straight!
turfl ~~~~t owt IAL~I~k wowk "So awful sad an' lonesome
int ~ r. its 0~,Wrbd aewoas every gokien road,
h ta~r1:2 TL'I Tr T t arn, wre k I felt too strange to stay there
iv~ ~ '. diin 1111 t An' meet no friend I knowed!" Mt C1 m
th tbet v,'ar. (ia' ti( la).4ol drwA aitashao ___r.~ ~~ was&*___ thheUb~,) Positive Proof. D ~ r
= sewat 111lea s.e- lo w ~
PROI'4 FIGHTH4 18 ON. Asmaplcs .n- "John has wrote asec, sldd
er~i.thepY~~ 10~ ST a.,,, old man, "and had It printed in the
ham To Vote on Whisky Ques. *Wiens1 mline'dy sln alth n- talier"=LiA111n Naemer 1" frV n. "Goin' to be a literary ma.Is e
gkinighau1. Ala., Sept. 2.-BIr. jff~' pelli Bn I iw'Vuls, "Imrea 0 the ke H'sthe souh' grats pdus- statol I reknso. Hesjust drawed an- .
thesouth'sgreatest_______ we for Sf17 dollars!"
So iron centers. is In the throes -- -W a .i~
fltprbitiom fight In Its
F rt '' If "the devil rides on a S11ddlestlck" PICKZ 11 8 Ill "isF SAUSNBUP
eleetom wll be held I~ Noenaas the saying goes., he'll have NNW J
w~~~~~v~1 tAe option~ns law use y "JS lN IM a long journey In Georgia as the a s, TAuglem e, Was Al.
1hemiy te cmag a eced U .i .al rileo and Virvinla reel season comes./ etDessdAla
thecapagnha raced OP L L 6 tlnt Cositt- Viesna. Sept. S.--jobasa Kein.6
ofbitterntess and recrim- onti krw~ railway *talks porter at BMWaa, 12
and present Indcaltions are "I don't much believe In dis cron Hungary. has had a saow" seesg
Se so-called "emotional" wave lion business." said Brother D111111017 fr'om being dittsected alive.
poepi everything before It, *ak Ilreh D ~~ *layns. '%Y t Is do sense In herniD' folks Is A few days ago he foel dewsns w=
ft wole fk-ferso couty, on-esacous wllile at work.* and wool ftk Us uoleof ileson OU~Y, on'die worl' when dely runs sich a bk $119.074.026 worth of taxable Trouble doesn't stain' no chance wId rikof do awe trouble in do mf on to the houspital. The doctors prf.
,prohibition after Jan. 1. do mian whait goes whistlims' on his s ousced ha jiead, cad a post'IU m 3
Served Read Forty Years. wa anl' kies out dat do worl's all was decided don, for which all prepars!
'uI--, IlSp,2-oehrgt tioms were made, ti@ body ingA puot
ewu reired Sunday from tin Waan sit w mee abse dt L An aubw whom vess U on the d~usticting table, wnhene a 14e"09
of the Wabash railroad, after reki be M" a"trbo harshly cwitllsed. curved the odh tare was delivered over It to the so
been for forty years 5I3perls timesi: Well I'*= & good dela with a ramor. No use to say the dels before the, body was operated
of the locomotive and car do- tha dom what talks 'bwt me!.. poetry market Is dull wheat ft ame an topec. I)k01111k.
t of the road. He will be w*11loqupped as tha! At the fIrst prick of the X400 fe
by E. F'. Needbam. of tis Dar's do@ es good lab In driver olwaavs awoke with a start, NAE as 4nemster mechanic of the Sprin. e ever has bee.. kotched. Do beslt An old o, applyin to fr an he, realizd the positi. @"V- DIL 4m
ividsin. Barnes retires of Is thing after all In d faith or do glaheu' employer tor a letter of roomena.Sed to awssaut the inr5u Win bhohld
W tS.and will take his resi. roan ter keep on "ryn'. U08. sawd: "Dss put dw ratIthe dissecting9 kaife. so 1111 to be
with Mrs. Barnes In Fort -beest ivin' here all my lfe. an ain't ftlibly roetralmd by the ethe lea
nA where he has cites- 1119 Wie0ohr e.lnhdyt"ws _______m
PIO~tY nteess."I am informed by a publisher," -.Ph@tSU'plhd W U.SYas.
says a Texas author, that it will tt On A sweltering sbbath In a liutl 1Asdcn01. Sept. 3.-Who Is the Oft YAIN ON B11LAZING SRIDU. the value of six bales of ootton to chuirchl Is the backwoods. the per. phetarapbed person? Ukl b~evsint
place my poems on Mhe market. and spiring mainisater, stead of pnishilas clim this 41isttlm Mv .j
Care Destroyed, but Only after due consideration I have decidd a lWag symion. called the atteatiami of bth.l oinm the geneal 0 saedo
Whel, I T, ~* .-S. ~ to hold my cottom and let the poems thel Cneatci the ~hsmte ortruh eaiaiT 4~s~
1. FrancSe t.*i 3.o. 51, the go to Oblivion!" "Just stuY those Aguo.," he said Wale three wesau" be bin bes
inst~~"i mail, runnin aste hot here as you'll am Ttnhe mor than 45 -e
f a ild bcrunnin btex. lng At Wle It hereafter. If you dao't mend your According to a coast made by ft 41 -71N
anyway!" expuge eosist N~es old secmpsu.b bin the dily my.
9 burning bridge near Tusla last L -as! 0111rS of isenbat perfraliesed
~b. 'Good awnin,. Mister Happiness, MW. 44f all the* photoegraphs efr
001g:11e, combination baggage, I hope you come ter sguy; The Men With e.takem of Coast aloth were bretht
sand mail car andl one paases. been a-waitln' for you Let Fortune give the biggest slime **other, add an ON"e. themt nol
*"- teg~thsr withb all mail, bag- Tillt I weary r fi- way! Tor the brave gentlman writhIe! be probably .1 millisa duferein pie-


Mr&. Tbems M. Roebuck ad Per i.l Cheap--Several mules returning, and enjoy a well-earned vs. Ralp'h E. McRae has rettrarmg
.I.daugher. Miss LncIlle. have re- nmlisbi. for farm work. Address Ot* cation. i Carlo 'tog. w here he has been 0%
t__ne fromi an extended visi to uia. tlse Creek Lumber Co.. Otter Creek. Hlealhy kidiv.*, filter tle' fizn;uri* to his aunt. Mrs. Susan IA ilhe. and triinds at their Old honw, Florida ties frura, the. blued, and unlit- they IDr. and Mrs. S. B. Chapin
OabhLa AhL MinS lESIf Reeek. W. %,. Geiser of 3lianopy. ownaer (it) this gixmd health Iii iuiiimsilie.: rived in the city from Ta
who aeeeMPUiiafr them ON this tr"P. of valuable prope-rties in this city-. %as f'oe%~ *o ldn- y Cure makes Pound and friends are glad to welcome g ~ iiis~ bs. remained in Columbia. where she will is Gainesville Ioklag aftr hII inter- kidnels .1t H.l oii'ey ir' l ) AlIiiul of Micazaopy
~~~ ~atnd a besiness College. sets yea~trday. forisuN of kidliane~&id Lladder dwe bs~- strt ansll
ad of sr SWUMC. V. Ooedwaa. the Insurance agent, Mrs. Coa fit-khani anid baby oif it strenalhoiaas the whui s.tna J. fla 9-iit at the birown

beesA anam 611.NU~ 10 this ii Windsor have returned to their homze. W. NtIilu~ill & C. i Haiti Hodge uf Nt-wberry ~
directed. Mr. Goodmiam to repri Mrs. %%. Ip Iickin,,I. wt Prop- ierj~t u rw~ 1~tr~t i. 'tllycjia
onNep" il W1118" sntlng th q1iultable U00. which is J.S 'oa' r jasd thrgh which lie ")s~' sill hi-fi, all criops but dliky
"NoubT to ss "M fo e nsm of the strousirt. oldest and m-ttisct for his. home at Roe-k I'eaizt r(otiTedz~g z j..u t~t ... oe fJi ~leo
~ qe g rn S lllbbSh thO United State&. Read Monday. Ile ha:s beu visiting at will 1w4 heavy. e of the I ac t f old rvtsdpqias of that aectiu
dos advertteem as it may lateret Hawthorn wid Dasytona. that there iuzm so much of III* 11"S. ieing Gaixwoieville acquain
Y116H. M And~rewse of Neswrry wa 013411 in) the fit-ld. It III very difficult tvrdis..
k In eide to make room for our fall is tows yesterday arid made The Stin to ge't pickers. at this tinac'. 1 J. 0. Muze of llosewood.
SIM alsedft @Ws whic ame now arriving. we an agreeable call, renewing hi.4 ?-ub- Mims Iftla Eddinst. daughto-r of NMr of t he L.4~. Count) Lumber
-- U hoe a enerl charnae eae srption for another year. and Mrs. J. ft. Iuoddiim. left yeriter 'was a bUsin'zu Nisitor to
*t'dtb gmu thnsln Inuthe o alou umer W. D. Holder of Santa Fe. formerly day for Virginia. where she will enter! yesterday.
*W 11 VW to HI paras. It will pay you to visit engaged in the mercantile businetis the Mary Bldwin Institute. otie of IA ftne black mare for sale.
112 Gainesville. was transacting bua'i- the finei't efucatIonaL111 instituti0111 for everywhere; weighs 987, du&a e m r during this muth to pic sees in the city yestrda-. woOiIn i the South. M11is Kidlit-; young and beautiful. Address
-~ ~a wI&~ dl.op ofthe anyhoralaTam H. Cato of Alachua. one of the Is quite popeular here. arid her uiaw' Itarr. Nicanopy. Wia.
Iies Gom ho we we seffllg. J. Marnses m ieyknw amrsadms friends wish her a pleasant and prollit-. %tes.4aflas E:. W. and P.
SWIW1 i11a iWUs AdA hilon e of the moset popular citiyua of his section. was able terni. ha~e returned from St.
popular etth yung lady teeostading in thes city yesterday. Attention iii called to the Advertisae-, where they have been for
bw mi*W.of dos county. passed through the city J. C. Ui. Thomnas. a prominent citi- nienft of the I' vanri Steid ('m puart. 1few da) on a visit to IL 4yesffft enroe I* ATYcounty.senof the West Knlwas in the city v1aaich alullear-a elmw where' In this Issue J .Saoeo
5 abd'dus wilano she will spend a few days &mBoss ll yesterday. Mr. Thomas is Thi% firm handles nothing but the the Island Grove school. ad'
41 1111110 m 41la lb rbuoc Miss Phhlpet eng-ge ins thebePtdoi l ie. rd o itzn fta
~ ~ a ~ wish reistivee. in the naval stores and cross- mon rIitl ed nallns n the bs iizn fthtmcu
S* ~ l A L'. as un uebsl Ill"teril, a for 1114 tie buies growers will do well to roufer % itli -county. was In town rei,
~~ j eigalfi sjiye bw been amsiguisil to thbe onts lr .aem before placing their order. Thle-I'W..Hgeoftei
~~ o ss ushes 53ft as isan lwlind in th i su s rp i n in n~e. t e e jei'c h m bears his na mie was in the
by the mail carriers. Person who i torday. Mer. Hague is one, of
Mrs. W.T. Green and two sons or Onk h u msuhrue a e of the worst f ture of k~i rnien iieuo
Val @h K-.ub o*benbr o h e trouble is ta t a niiu
~ ~ w.. Noth L~wd-dOMr. and Mrs: Erest Molnar. after dies n eoet ;ci rai sle have returned from a
hodwL 1eakr s th Are n w roe the a pleasant vacation of several weeks his danger he may bav* a fatsl malt the Jamestown Nxposition
__ u sts~ ~etom ~oterIn Now York City ad State, barv adv Take Fole'. Kidney Mre at ,ingtn. D. C They report
I ~ ~ W.7 IL fe5. Prom Areher they will returueirregularitthis and the am nto J. A. Maultsby. the brick
to 1 Sao, Their friends are glad to welcome rures irofarte andoile waselent
I" Salemd to Hi1gh t" Yrgbts disease and diabetes,. J. W- I ueo~m'
goV11f Mrs. Grese's Mrs OwsaancCollum & Co i a lsies eterday.M,
mom a alefef La. has arrived11110 Min Ruhh Bu city. he ma-am Allen Graham. who stopped a daybyialoetu%*y
Gai COM Oerms eck e r may yn vs Go U attd ited eaintin. ofe teahe or two at Worthington Spring* on hkinevle
me gugd Is i III at Reeky Point, but le. aten the eambto of ter route North. has returned to lalti- Mro. 8. G. Gay of U
8 ~ wift 11 rla the am* bolai- Kim fr s a prmr teahe of more. where he is a student of the in the city yesterday, me
q5*Ma Sif nas l CMatE KU11 hsrtu wherever abe bas taught. Baltimore Medical College. one of the1 ot oefo onsI
pMfgVtWr.f Wllm fe Pah a__ few o es Institutionse of Is kingI the lEnd. where she has bees en
Rev. W. C. pinter afte spending ano g h Ito relatives
go dlays bm cn busloss ad limu Rer. WGC otro abs raham Imaigrapild
ft- WOW S aobed Mr. Oak's samrft of the mowt popular Baptist divines picase" and his friends hero lpre- S4. J. Wright of High
&boa ta thi si n~ will be glad to this section o( the State. was in the diet a grand auecesi.. In t.i%%n yesterday, and
to_ leave that he wa reur to tbS eit for a short time yesterday. Ile H. C. Cato of hligh gliring~.. for: :?.u-bincs transacted was the
___ estmn I~ whls.was ea route from Rodman. where Ii bastxoletrfAaca In g his name added to 71M
p ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ b hs been to fill his regular appoinut. n n fth otaie Putbacriptifl list.
w~w U M ain 5 Waters and som Walla"e. Mont. ftenmtwiey lo .A oeo a
fels a" Sw have IrotnD fto Brunswick abd rs3.DGrneadso.known and most poloular tuen in the lo .Loeo at
Mr andn Msrsnd J.s. wD.r theyne and sone thisy I- in the city nn a vitilt ft retarne-d to his nome. after
DonaelSdn.e Wav thi moring for l'.'. t:- aAtes. Mr. (Cato. who itt a. one- visit hore. He was
A:-I OWIi". ans a. P.f tayor.h Mr. Wte sand 'New York In the interest armed Confederate veteran. ha.. wanII his dahter. Iss" Julia, who
1b pom ean "Per, who irsI one. yo r. the. Wuardt- ot The G. W. Hyde Company. Tbor fred-nti etion who are al- ed as the guest Of Miss
~~. -n~e eo hk t the pocle. was on wil be gone all this month and will ways glad to gre him.f wrigmtHgeo
is bum m a~im oso visit home. folks to Indiana befoe Miiss Nianni Caagrue whof
a mknd e r frhodsam glad to "Ing her sister in Fort White- for a* tect etra n
Sweme hw er 5 again. while re-turned to that point )eibter- frircn ty'Mis eague Is m
IV 80 en Mo bm Mo~zeery. who M been ~ N ~~f Y day. after a brief irtay in this cit- haA, cot's smlutcps
I&IWSS~~~EF IEEE *IhEfind[nIasbr. se.M Canierotis nutnerou. friends has usef ed a wes
d VMN 1111111111 vhs and I.Aulshurig. N. C.. fo th O ....hrewrega to gree haer. if nlyrI
*a few hours. They will re-gret. how-! .luuluan 31ellie of this eft
U NIN C 0 past 2ve weeks is now the gues of" o-ewingbvrlHh
WOIC V4O 1TC111118.V-ever. to learn that her sister hAsl Ire3'thgievrlHg Vaila mAdULV Pllobo sh M atten i the pig Ch p st s sorme Earth. bea- i ll for the past few days'. furniture fat-tories. is now
~m ~um v~krsen en ss of et ala mate. theMrs. VM. Treadwell and daughter hed atr at0 ~e
fthease~~~~~~~latein i ~ aeeeteo e l& wtr h N friends w ill beo glad to keiU
sni. lal Mr. Pol RaMads-Msoa Woman's College arei the citY from Ra thrn doing w1l u1a1S
ratI ___woO i roal ebnet iet Tre-adwell having come ton u-eoi
sit i n No -t m e wild trhie hof ownes o the '0 *in* A d with the Lwhool board. She .ucceA., or& the road.
~ ~~f Ise UnDerit Aim i5 ~ 5Us ome of Alachuas* tuoet ctinpeiwtent IThomas Hemnmlngway. a
00 NOtb il D. W. M. Jbn and wife wiN ecH. n is alifpre'datted b) allita : y..nTumanao S tar o was
MW ~ ~ ~ ~~h Inthe W N& ir departure today. mra To give' ill. tra-iiilg J1111,lI(' who know her. She haa just cton.~ Mile Wald to. and
UIM- e u:J~~uiJ5~ ~gfgghm I pileted a two niontbs' terin of the s 1c o alo-M. n

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