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Title: The Gainesville sun
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Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
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Language: English
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 17, 1907
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a ,rOLe XX" NO. 1)2 . 'GAINESVlLLE.FLORIDA, J\IOND.t\Y\ : ,JUNE 17, 1907 ONE, DOLIrAB, A y





\ By THE SUITS CorrespondentsHIGH

' Verdict of Jury: Beached on the 'IJas :Brought: Sensational Evi To Purge the City of Long Con- --- ---- - .- - -""

. First Formal, Ballot Oast. dence to a Cld1se.I continued Evils. SPRINGS HAPPENINGS. WORTHINGTON P..1.I

.......... p-I Delightful Picnic at Poe Springs, Interesting Budget of j


High Springs June 15.-,J. C. LeCounte Worthington; Springs June IS,:.}
Y '#s Or'ney for the Mayor Will 'Imrne. Captain d Famous Detective Kidnaping of Louisiana Boy Stirs Cityto and family left Friday to Charles Wolt of Baltimore is retUt ,

Trial: B .Who lies ,' ,:Take Active, Measures to ,Cleanse Jn Waycrosa. ed at Hotel Worthlngton.
fltlately Apply for a Now Figured in Case, ,Believes : i spend a few days I
Told : Place of a Dangsrous Class of Crlm. Thursday in Mra. J. 1* Medlln and children,
for the Court--Maximum,Penalty laf Orchard Has the Truth E. K. Anderson spent tl
I Ina ..' ter spending a week pleasantly
,|'n Ywrs.'t In Hia Confesalon. . Jacksonville. It
the Springs returned to
I their
been attending both
Miss Annie Ban who has
Ban Francisco, Cal? 'June 1C.-A Boise, Idaho, June IS. -Additional New Orleans June 15.-' ben Ital- her clasa reunion of Weslyan In Gainesville yesterday.
baa ''d. evidence bearing on the iatui were woder. arrest Friday as Miss Fannie Burkhlm of ,
of told
Jury of twelve his people1 story as Macon Ga. baa returned Galneirlllt>
College, ,
, (Mayor I&ugene 'H.. : SchnaltssTutlty by Harry Orchard his attempts to suspects in the kidnaping of Walter visited Worthington Springs {laic,,
; of the' crime of extortion |M4feargvd kill Fred Bradley of San Francisco, I amana. The -search has assumedthe week. 1-
against ,him, by the Oliver was introduced by the state! FridayLaurenre .' ; proportion of a campaign to rid Mrs. I 3. C. Hodges and charming Mrs A. B. Hughes of Tioga li
the city of long continued evils springing daughter, Miss Annie$Lou. who have ng
Uuiddonl the proprietor!
brand jury tered at Hotel Worthington
from tt. Italian colony.. Under been visiting friends in Gainesville enjoy,
one hour of the store the
The jury was out just near Bradley home the benefits, of the mineral
*.d: thirty-five: minutes. It elected was the>?flrst witness. It was' here the leadership of a :vigilance committee have returned home. W. O. Chapman"; the efficient sprtnjtj ct&

'Charles E.: ( ;app foreman, and at that Orchard Aye b4t made hi* rendezvous of .twenty-hve Italians and with Mrs. W. N. Oramllng and children ler of the Bank of
while 'he the the .ruor.3l support of New Orleans to spend time in Newberry li es
, was watching left Friday ,
I busltx0ss joying a, few days' outing at tin
lJr.dley.u.e. tnen represented' by sued
or Barry WaycroBS, Ga.
_ an be called himself while be fre bodies .a$ the Cotton Exchange, ,.JProereealve springs.Mrs. .t
nL.4'the QuMJonl: store made Union and Board of Trade Miss Katie. Baas ,the charming: J. B. Padgett and children dGainesville'
QtI ,
of Dr. and Mrs. C. C.
hundreds/ Italians young daughter are
toiuuelt'Wry' popular with the family.It of havo throtrnoff guests ot Houl
was the proprietor who went eut the teat of talking which has hereto Barra" *of Gainesville is visiting Miss Worthington. '

and secured the room' opposite the IOte 'bsnlSlca ped the police,. and are Annie' Lou Hodges. A, B. Collins of Jacksonville li r.
giving information, "whlcb,' whetherthe J bin: > Leon, Hatchet a card from
Bradley\ house>> 'frprn which Orchard gave cup ra ng. spell of tick
/ I %t1t said he could look into Bradley's dining loot boy la to19'or -..not, will party at her home on Thursday even- ness at Worthlngton.
room and gain 'the exact knowledge help cleanse tbe city of .a :tftTttgerous' Ing. boss Maude Thomas won the J. B. Padgett came over Saturday

that enabled him to plant the criminal class. lady's prize and Dr. Everard Black and spent Sunday with his family

bomb at the right time. The 'arcbt, for Walter" Lamana Is ahear gentleman's prize. )Ir. and, Mrs. R L. Black ot HIP:

1 In the couive of his cross-examina now following the direction of the The Knights of Pythias gave a picnicto land are guests of Hotel Wortblnctos.

tion. Orchard said be had received Mississippi river northward. Theletters their families, friends and Pyth 'Mr. and.Mrs. Geo. Morris" ae

a registered letter containing $100( which demanding ofatb.r TC.OOO Tansoni ian Sisters on last Friday, which proved companied by Mrs. W. E. Dow. spent
Pettibdne.It the received and
from '
I to be .a great auccesa. It wall Saturday and SUnday at the sprints"Lee
Is Relieved Steve Adams clews obtained by tbe police make Itftppear
that wa. given' at Poe Springs,. and an abund. Graham assistant culls
'I that little Waiter carried
be located In the
will Ogden by authorities -
but the San Francisco matter : for several days Un a covered: ance of flstuteerved, in different styles First National' Bank of OalnesvflX! ;

t I Is temporarily passed and the I wagon 'which followed the rlrer'a added greatly to the usual picnic Is spending a few days at Worthington
course*. viands. A string band was engagedfor Springs. for thi benefit of Uihealth.
evidence. will not be of great important
1, for the rest of the week. According to' the directions of one the day. and the dancing In the i|

It wa.. at first the intention of toe of tti5ae. letter the father was to pavilion overlooking the river was Misses Edith Jessie and Pattk

state to .put Steve .Adams on tnej drtvp. along the inme route;, alone and greatly.enjoyed. The committee in Dempsy of alnesvtlle enjoyed a few
N stand 'Immediately after Orchard. This 'dressed in a particular ,.fashion until charge of tAe picnic appointed by the days outlng'at Worthington last we*:

EUGENE however, has been'abandoned and no > be heard a passerby: say "drop the red chancellor commander. J:' C. Le T.: E. Williams of Moultrle. Cu'i

4 r H. SCHMITZ. decision baa yet been reached a* to I handkerchief.: This was to"be the Counte was as follows: J. H. Sails.Jaa prominent saw-mill man, spent Sai-

'sera proceeded. to an Informal ballot when the man accused of, participation signal to drop the money into. the Day A. E. Adams, \V.: N. David urday and SundaY' at the Springs *

: ThU was cast verbally, and in many of the greater. crime to roadway.. 80n. 1 Mr. and Mrs. 8.. V. Duke return !
.Mood 11 for conviction and 1 for acquittal. whici Orchard 0 has confessed will Laraana drove out this road but On to Yes I
the way to the picnic the horse their home In Gainesville
JUror Durna. a shoemaker toko.the stand.Otcbard was, accompanied' by two policemen In driven by Mrs. W. B. Anderson .'Mrs. day. after enjoying; the special bets:
astlng the dissenting Tote. uniform and no signal was given.
who reached the Then the 'twelve men began a dls- The suspected wagon baa been I
.......100.,01 tb..e.vldenc., which lasted hit testimony Thursday and whose traced from Saturday night la.t. when Wood, became unmanageable, and but and Sunday. 1
senratlonal ina
tor':nearly' an hour. At tbe end ot: dramatic story came counsel to for an the awl defense the boy disappeared until ,early in for tbe bravery and presence ,of '.Jobn Pend rei. traveling pasMnf!r

:tbat. time the first formal ballot was leaving manner him, for the- this week, when It crossed ibe river mind of Mrs. W. B. Anderson a seri agent of the Clyde Steamship Ca

cat. It wa a written! ballot and life of Ms fellow, murderer pleading returnedto many miles above the city. ous accident might have Occurred with headquarters 'at Jacksonville to
"was unanimous' conviction.. She seized the frightened animal by registered at Hotel Worth in gton. ,1I
the penitentiary after be left the .
,jBchmltx'a attorneys will ask for the court Warden Whitney said Iron Orders Taken1 Far Ahead the bridle and was dragged over the' I Cole Danley, a prominent rallro
sepal period stay of proceedlagsbefore his prisoner appeared to be In better Birmingham.Ala.. June 15.-.Announcement ground some distance before she. suc- official of Jacksonvliie, is regi!.terri'

aentence' la pronounced. against the spirits than lie had been for many waa made Thursday that eee4ed In controlling him. She wall at Hotel W rtblngton. :

..:onvicted official I months. He shows not the slightest. furnace companies In this district have {tin imminent. danger but received no Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J, Capers d

*' The maximum penalty for the crime evidence elf fatigue. or nervousness, begun taking orders for Iron to be Injury except to blister her hands. Jacksonville, after spending a week<

.or extortion la five years' Imprisonment and he at. a hearty meal after ne delivered during the second quarterof Worthington Springs enjoying tile 111I-

In the ,state prison. 'reached tbe penitentiary. 1908 the basis of price being MELROSE HAPPENINGS. phur water baths dally, have retnrwi

The attorneys for the mayor will im'anedlatelr Captain James MoParland, the famous .t8. O per ton for No. 2 foundry iron. Melrose, June to their home. !
'' apply for trial be.. sales have already been made public well
a new who has Heavy Hon. tere4 at
detective: B. A. Thrasher reg
fore the court," and will alao ask for and who sot, for delivery during' the first quarterof on Bellamy avenue haa been finished, Saturdayf I
largely In the testimony, Hotel Worthington :
.a writ of probable cause. If the application has been attacked by counsel for the next year. No pot Iron la to be and \ being well patronized by the E. I.. Hulme of Jacksonville II ret |
of the la la the While farmer coming Into town and water.tag
attorney refused defense, prefers not to be Inter"vlewtsTat had. so active demand *- catered at hotel -Worthlngton
fBchmlta 'will apply to the district court length the subject of sales of the remainder of this year their horses. Water was reached J
.*< appeals, for a. new trial. the Orchard confession. ;are being made only to regulate custo at a depth of forty feet which is Charles F. Eaton of Lake City 5P0.

Schmltx spent Thursday night at his : "It 'would be superfluous for me to mars Iron for delivery daring' the about even with the present lake level Sunday at Worthlngton.Cuthbert al

some In charge of a deputy .sheriff. reiterate." he eart. -Orchard has :; fourth quarter of this year la quoted and will therefore give a sure supply and Jake Padgett

told the literal truth about Urn ,1000"t.alont at 121.80 for No. 2 foundry. at all times. Gainesville are spending their vsci j

WILLIAMS: CONFESSES. CRIME* and the way It ,was siren tome Dinner Mrs. J>t.:: E. Mulllns baa lion at Worthington Springs *i \
ll\made him'no promises; I Lady Dies at Party. from Tampa accompanied r.turnedj I Mr. and Airs A. I* henry I

i 'Mrs. Gibbons,. of Columbia, S" C., never made a promise to a criminal In Chattanooga Teaa.i June 15.- -A. daughter Mrs W. Roberta, and two ': Jacksonville are guest of
Was Robbed of 61000. 'life. \ Orchard Art confessed telephone message te the Times, from children. Worthington; 't
my I I i
t Sari' June Bewanee Tenn.. that Mrs. Tel. I .wllet1
Antonio. 14,-Charged to toe, but said be was Dot quite says i Mrs. A. C. Boberson of
"-wltm assaulting and robbing &Ira.Bailie fair Hodgson the 'philanthropist. : Miss Pearl Griner baa gone for a 4r
ready to give It to m. finally, !, spent yesterday' at the sprints
.{I ,Gibbons, of Columbia, 6. C.. "I promised to bold it for some time aged CO, dropped dead while entertaining visit to her parents .at Anthony fora I Mrs. I. F. Lamb Is vfcluo tilt

-.c. $"t.1J, -Rutus %V lllam. Thursday and I did eo. He told me that when I a large party of ladle at dinner i > few meek. I family 01 Hotu. Syd L. Carter a i

_ .' '"talgbt, confessed. to the crime In the he was ready to tell the 'whole story* After the. function the entire The town baa seldom been so well Gainesville.
: 'Iall jail. party had taken seats upon the frontgallery ,, supplied with
lIp he would let me know, and some time. vegetables than at prea1 .
lie warn caught Thursday: on"4MMstbouml &n later be again told me the Incidents end were chatting In group!4 1 ent. Yesterday no leas than eight ... HAPPENINGS.hawthorn ; i

( Southern Pacific train on of his life leaving oat 1aOt ''ac. Every,1; when suddenly Mrs. Hodgson's head ]|I titles of fresh vegetables, besides The we **
Isia ta New Orleans. Mrs. Qlbfeoot fell bier and she became July 15.-
way: upon breast
word that be has said oa the stand aa; ;i i watermelons, cantaloupes, peaches
and "Williams arrived In the city uaeoD elou.r.' Fifteen minutes later]i i still remains hot and dry. ffceopla
t to the eoafesaiea Is the tr'lth. < and berries were for sale in the
I r Thursday morning from the' eait. the then la nothing to add.** ( abe waa' dead An acute attack of : stores.Flag various of this section will be ;
' 'garner coming for the purpose et purbaaing The state exists to clone Its heart trouble Was the tauae' of death. : to learn of the death of ft ** !
' ; Texas lands. She had Day was observed by the Hy-: week d
oa her
week -- baby which was only a few
in ten days, or two lag of the flag
)Nea .51.000 In bills and the '.1.. .CU.1 over the town hall been
Clarence JDarrow. tor tbe Crop Thirty Oaye Late. [r postofflce. etc. Min Mildred Johnson has =
\ .ace (in gold cola. At noon WtUlajnaj, says their case win take about Houston Tex! June 16.-D. J. fined to her room for the U*

s .obtain a local livery and suggested a., "weeks though It Is possible it may!i NeUl. state lecturer far the Farm- weeks on account of sickness.Mrs. .
L drove In the woods. MrsWilliam* Mr. O:>>wV.. Driving.Friends .
leas Is union
be concluded la It a toar or the north Fred Stocks left Ssydar
tix wee struck" on..the head and an attempt ly. conceded however that the veil, west and east Texas said, that the of W. U. Dow.. who bas. been W&l1n. where she will spend s -;

was made to drown her" ,. WUMaxna -! diet will not be reached before Au- cotton crop la la worse condition* now < uffertne from paralysis for the past of wettks.
took her! and
seated he money suet 1. _____ than has ever previously been )known two months win be glad to learn Mr. and Mrs. are r '*.4 b Bk to this city. .. at this time of year.< Mr. Nslll atatea; that he la so much Improved that be Bryan sf""T
I Farm Land Submerge*!. the crop" la at tease thirty days late was enabled Saturday to take over a new grradson. born 1311'Otaa
May r.n.on ,Spanish. Editor' JCvansvillei. lad. June IS. The j jKaiser which proved very" Invigorating.a drive, night: to Mr, sad Mra. T IX OJ r.

''. Madrid, June 15.-It ta tottered lacircles river here Friday' morning be. as rt.- Approve* 8che",.. I Mr. Dow, i .
>' ..-ow tbat' Joseph Xakttf ',lag rapidly and a stage of ?>tO feet 0:'(; Berlin. June' it --1'.1. fcatter has of the a a prominent Elk. one Peaches are'.all through ***:;1;

f-" *tot ,ot tjp 'D Megs."bay! ;.& sa44lDar. more la >*tp leading young bualnaaa men Willie J, Brya* baa. ahlpP 4 _

, , 'as. who .has b ra :.ct,Wae. toy alaeyear. acres. or farm;, lands. are""nb. of-a ad'nm in .be C ru- i of section and numbers his crates and Mly leaves a tr. tt !I
; .* imprisonment, let BsiaasjUdty. In'l Vavraser b* rwet* her '... <<:.tro.ua4// ..'tfa)4 totes Oft t.t f.u" '-?+to4 JserIt friends only by his acquaintance*. Hela which am very ssasn.Mlaa .:

:" .ptot to kill AJWaJw aa4,.Qaeee, VN! :'Ia. be WY a Ie a.rllb I(IMM porn )h, Is der .. j>r+>r. Vd f,r U.'put. getting, along nicely, and- eapecta 111sreke. c..1M'f. aDdUla

.ort* ea tefr' +teddlad bfr'Ir'1.1pQK4 "M ,..' '....$.., JIIM", aa<.. alt: I1 tr.i .P M'"-+rd '-tIt t.i" t ta a Pr' *.. V 'to ,be. at. bits otffee .r: QMarrtBS* ,...,.. ..
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%')flVA THE GAINESVILLE SUN: JUNE 17, 1907 3r4rr

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1. into 5 quart *f .ol.k a. rt f m>*, wlibout
"' 'I itertaInedDiatrictDeputyGrand b.n.t.' wkJnc Eet.legg..apnr, n;+nj>k,tm sad'11 t'tihrr 7lb -Ir, Settlers Declare It Host Severe c iroaic Ulcers arc the result of a deeply polluted.and I.,;;1 I'r..... I

- r / L... 1 mmuptR na rat-eJ.eou, rud c: I The ulojil! is Lid nits impurities awl erms vrbu&i pie U"1I1"' :B1: i
\ Exalted\ Ruler Taylor. / .leg. LKNMiaur tb beat and ywiiiiaUuiu purest Ic.irtim er..nn*,UOMIM Bdln.ur they Have Ever Sea. fed into the place thr,ragh: the cinulat.i.ln, :until all, the aurrouaainr L

1j :.' to prediw*. Fal1arermpewtblw Nothing to becomes diseased and the, sore and permanent: troniCverjf l'
h sdd except nttHb Oa. pack rants 1eag the ditch, '
ulcer pollution\
of old suggests ; r -"
; IE FIRST OFFICIAL VISIT nuJt .toearjj two qowt*Jc.cream.foforn BIG STOCKS WERE DAMAGED avnrptom an ,the r'
and discoloration of .._
\ t h.n./cry/ ysepta, gtriOGrrry, angry looking flesh the inflammation surround .' '
1\1'\, Lra re and all show that the ulcer is prevented from healing by the constant d. ,
; !O' Any Officer of the Grand Lodge r t 9 tae.C.E.ttiE1 Wind Waa High Sweeping from through it of impurities from the blood. This impure condition of ":" I

."H ',t'" io Gainesville, Lodge Was Marked .$ .me.sot lieut.Is Streets Great Volumes of Sand, may be hereditary, or it may be the remains of some constitutional (he&pr
a of sickness leaving disease in .
1 It Success to Be Remembered Which Settled In the Eyes of Fades. the effects of long spell germs the s .s. m,
.tty a ,
; '< '''- ." wU. Nrweb or the absorption! of the refuse of the body which has not been prontri
\J;j,.' Several' Speeches Mad. .. ew". ta.uatad redp. trlane-A Dlaagreeabla Experience.: expelled through the natural channels. But whatever the cause, the bj,id I

': \The 'member of 'Gainesville Lodge 4' it k e slIidye. A sand storm of great violence so weakened and polluted that it does not properly nourish and stimulatl::
'r cannot heal. Salves, plasters, lotions, etc
and the
",";4o. $U O. Benevolent and Protective Cr.e.e. Pare lead C., I.. R.y, N,Y.P. which filled the eyes, earl, noses and the place sore and reduce inflammation keep tin
g, lrtfe sore or ulcer clean relieve pain, perhaps but enl
I In tbe moat Oir. .ewddl.A rmrtar.0 .visited thla city
Order of Elks participated throats of pedestrians,
:!I' t od./r r J.11.O ICE cRa4uLwrr. never permanently heal them because they do nQt reach: the blood s s'
I :) memorable meeting since the night / at an early hour Friday afternoon goes down to the very fountainhead of the trouble, drives out all poisoaJ I
1 sot organization Thursday, the ocr'caalon and for a few momenta the high blood
i Its and genus builds up the weak sluggish gives energy and atrenrfti f
,' being an official' vialfr of Die- winds played havoc in the distribution to the system and by sending a fresh, healthy stream of blood to the di.e sSi

I 1 :snot Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler A. tire lodge to participate foe canta pf aand and dust. The situation was parts allows the ulcer to heal naturally and permanently. Nothing readw

Vt. Drown of St. Augustine, and the loupe feast at his elegant home on made all the more disagreeable on inherited taints like S. S. S. It cleanses the circulation of every trace rf

!, first 'time this lodge had ever en West Liberty street. A great many account of the extreme drought and hereditary disease or impurity, and those who have nursed and treated an QU

) 1/ cloyed the distinction 'ot an official availed themselves 'of this hospitable torn-up condition ot the sheets on sore for years will experience good results as soon as the system become

J' visit from any high official invitation and It la needless to aad account of the aewer work the influenced )by s. S. S. Book on Sores and Ulcers and'1Uedlca.l advii fresh

1j 1- Mr, Brown arrived in the city at that this concluding feature was surface of.many of the thoroughfare all who -vrite. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC ,CO., ATLANTA, Ga.
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I noon, and in the afternoon 'was in the highly'enjoyed.In ; being nothing more than A fine stifling -

1 f bands of a committee comprising all. this meeting/ of Gainesville dust ,

', Exalted Ruler. Henry B. Chubb Ealtoemed lodge will be one long to be remembered The oldest residents declared that

1 t, loyal Knight J. W Blandmgejnd by the J large crowd present they had never before experienced We Keep.a Full Stock of

) 'Secretary Dr. >. 1>1? Dell 1 ,. of the such a sandstorm in this section and

,I M focal lodge. The distinguished visitor CE.. SCARBOROUGH MARRIED. that it reminded them of the sand e OLD .JOE,

,f,teas driven About the city visiting storms they had read about on the

.."MMi' University; the Graded and High One of Gainesville's Well Known deserta of Asia, e OLD. VELVET,

Jtenool buildings, and many) other Young ,Men' Takes Himself a Wife. A great deal of damage was doneto _

''trtAcee'; of tbtere t. He complimented C, E. Scarborough, a well known stocks in the stores About the FOUR ACES,

the city': very highly upon the rapid young man of this ctty was marriedon square, especially the dry goods and! '

4 Advancement made. within the past Wednesday morning to Mine Annie notions, stores and it will be several a MARK ROGERS,

? Jive yearn, the exceptional educational 'i Griffin, accomplished, daughter daya before some of..these stocks can :
,'j advantages and tho. handsome rest ot Mr, and ;Mra O, A. Griffin at again beplaced In presentable condl OLD CHARTER,
". I 4i noe* which line the ptreets .in ,every" WIlMston. tlon. MT. VERNON

i dte.otion. The ceremony occurred at the home ,

r !a Addition to kid position aa District ot 'the brlde'a parents at 9:30 Rev- .ADAMS-THAGGARD.. C CASCADE
Mr j
t IjDwaty Grand Exalted Ruler of the A. M. Dalgre officiating. Tho affalc

: ...... ,:Mr, Taylor! ,la 'also president! of was a quiet. but impressive one only Two, Popular. Young People of .Jasper &o AND :OTHER

t. ,tate ,Association ot Elks*' Cluba the family,'ot the bride'' and a. few in. Recently Married. r .

!10*? Florida{ Herb,a gentleman of fine tlmate friends of me e contracting The Jasper News of June 14th con. ASS e niGilGRADEWnlSKIES.

i.#I re*....ivce, genial in* manner affable parties being re.enbAfter talus the following marriage notice of e _

',of speech,' and a marked man among partaking of a bountiful dinner interest to many of "our people,, the .

:1'inlay bod?' of'men with whom be might with Mr. and Mrs. Griffin the groom being well known here aa a 'j

:''feecomtt. 'aa oclatt>d.' lie' made a greatSanpreaaion happy couple left on the 12:40 p. m. former student at East Florida Seminary Headquarters forAnheuserBusch ':

t, among Jils brother KlkaJhere. train for Gainesville, where they will : ,

,, make their future home. "Last Sunday afternoon Mr. ROT Beer

::4''. .The meeting in the evening waa'Jpvrgeljr Mr. Scarborough ls'one'of the most Adams and Miss Marie Thaggard, and

.lt1' attended,, 'many ,Elks having popular young men in the set in whichhe Mr. H. M. Parish and Miss :Mildred Dottle and Draught..

r,:es&joyed the opportunity to rneet the goes lie is a young man of quiet Adams, left Jasper for an, evening'i 'Write for price lilt JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY. We want four
; dtetfnruished visitor, who Waa inform- disposition excellent character and drive to' Suwannee Spring., When trade and will... guarantee to Rive satisfaction.

tally Introduced before the lodge wee good business judgment and baa been they had reached Tiger Creek,' a mile Orders filled' day received '

,Balled to,order. It 'was a cordial and for some time assistant manager for out from town_ their teams were

enthusiastic gathering aa la always the, Gainesville Bottling Works. halted under the wide spreading OGALA HOUSE WINE ROOMS

the case when Elks bold functions The brides one of Wllllston'a popular branches of an old oak tree. and Rev ,

t .C' .thla kind aa the Elka are particularly young ladies. She ia not extetia C. W Smith Appearing on the scene. 'OCALA. FLORIDA.

noted for enthusiastic warmhearted -' ,vely! known here!' but those who spoke the words which made Mr. Adams .

.' comradeahlp. I have the pleasure of her acquaintance and Miss Thaggard twain one

,.; When the lodge bad been, opened love her for her, gentleness and entertaining flesh. CARD FROM MR. HAY. I DEATH AT ARCHER.

"' Ja due form tfxalted) Ruler Chubb\ In disposition.The "After the quiet little ceremony In
Archer June 14.-Frank G
',' tits uaual clever and Affable manner. Sun, with other friends, extends this cool ahaded wood, and the expresslon Rules for Odd Fellows' Sanitarium I night a prominent citizen of Archer

formally Introduced the distinguishedvisitor. congratulations to the happy of greetings aud best wishes Have Gone Into Effect. i died on Tuesday evening and *u
explaining that be came to young couple. an4. in the word of from the three witnesses the bride .
Ii, \ I wish, through the courtesy of burled on Wednesday His dead
"aalneavllle Lodge No. 990 in an ottlaai I the immortal, Hip Van Winkle may and groom proceeded on their way to
,\ The Sun to announce to the physicians was very unexpected as he had oolr
,.. 'capacity; that It was the ,firsteiaTiclai they Ifve long and prosper.C the Springe and Rev. Smith Mr Partsh
and people of the city and been sick ten daya. The funeral mi
everih5tb' .aA."b\l. lodge and Miss Adams returned to town
; y [ county that the rules for the government held at the Methodist church, cot-
.r' officer and that it was a Every Man Hie Own Doctor. to tell the newa. <
any ot the Odd Fellows Hospital ducted by Rev. Mr. Daeger, and VM
lea ure and an honor to have him The average, man cannot afford to "Miss Thaggard la one of Jasper's
/_ > .' prepared by the physicians and adopt largely attended. The family bn
till the lodge. employ' a physician for every alight most autlful-'Ild highly accomplished
ed the
by executive committee of the the sympathies of their many friends
r." Mr. Taylor Speaks. ailment or injury that may occur In young ladles. Mr. Adams, a son' association went into operation
\, he afford to' neglect of Hon. and Mr. FranK Adams ia a
his family can -
in nor Thursday afternoon June 13. longer t
bard Taylor responded a very .Whispering patience la no
; _fcA&py speech during which he ex them,, aa ao alight an Injury aa successful young business man and These rules will be put into form virtue.
knownto the efficient head, ot The Hamilton ,
the scratch of a pin has
tended sincere congratulations at the suitable for the information of the
cause the loss ot a limb. Hence Trading Company, and -their friends. ttuett
rapid development of this lodge, public aa soon aa possible and postedin Sometimes waiting Is the
from necessity, be who are puny will Join The News Inwishing -
very man must '
the apeed.
i which WAS regarded aa one of the hospital buildingDr .
; hla own' doctor for this claaa of ail for them a long and useful _
1* moot enthusiastic hardest working EX Lartigue has been appointed
.1 : Success. often depends life,iwith much happiness and peace
ments.: s upon .
find moat substantial., in the State. He visiting physician to the hospital according B arn7aea OARDS
? which only be of mind"WEARING ,
paid. a high, tribute to the personnel prompt treatment can to the rules ''until July 1. -.
when suitable medicines kept
had Are
a, ot the 'membership, and' officers, and Chamberlaln'a remedies AN OVERCOAT. THOS. P. HAY. f.
at hand.
'; the'' splendid work bulUttug up aotarge Chairman Ex. Com DR. ROBT. C. BOWERS.
; ; have been in the market for manyyears
a, membership and erecting and l.. J. Burkhlm Writes Friends That It
such handsome home and enjoy a good reputation. Miss Bsrnltt to Graduate. t 'DENTIST. /,
furnishing a Cb miberlaJn'. Colic Cholera and la Cold at Atlantic City.While .
lie predictedvjpre&t Captain J. Maxey Dell la in receiptof '
:witHlu, ao abort time
: ; condition of the weatherin
Diarrhoea for bowel com- the
Remedy Invitation Offloe f in Miller Law ExebsntwOi ?
"; things for Gainesville lodge and an to be present at the
plalnta. thus section ia causing everybodyto f. ,
'Ita future Ills address, which was 2hamberlaina Cough "Remedy for perspire freely and many to say commencement exercises of the Phtllipsburg loe Phone No.;'266; Residence5o.t!

," vainly devoted to Elkdotp and, Ita and things which would High School, Pbllllpaburg, "" ...1. _,
colda whooping uncomplimentary
sparkling with elogtteece coughs croup N. J, which waa sent by Miss Ruth .
) nolpleI. was .
not look well in print our fellow-
., humbr and wound judgment cough E. daughter of Dr. 1. M. Darnltt, who \: -r::,
Chamberlain'a Pain Balm (an antiseptic townsman, L. J. Burkhlm shivering T.B.. ELLIS;,JR..
will be
of the
received ..enthusiastic, one graduates at these
sad, waa liniment) for'cuu., bruises, In the North and write a friend that fr ,
exercises, to be
:: Friday June 21
p:' avpplaus Mr. Taylor Exalted burns, apralna, awelllnga.. lame back h. finds it necessary to wear an overcoat Dr. BarnUt and his daughter are '>:Y,1
Following '
In order to comfortable. ,
and rheumatic pains, keep ,
? bOth t well known ATTORNEVATLAWi
here the
Chubb presented Congressman tormebeoo
Ruler Chamberlain' stomach and Liver. Mr. Burkhtm wrote trout Atlantic i
in clever talk handingmany Inc a regular whiter visitor a
Clark a and
Prank Tableta for constipation. biliousness City. N. J. He stated that the tem
,4. l.* compliments. I fa stated and stomach troubles:: rer'aturO'was uncomfortahlely low at great friend ot Captain Dell. TttUa GAIKXSVIIAB, Fu* (
Clark'a eloquence Darnltt some time in Gainesville
"t' 'Congressman: Chamborlah.a Salve'for disease of the time of writing, and that It reminded -,
efficient work in the nteroat of asa little girl and was quite
I "
the skin.One hint of a "cola Florida day
constituents .bound to win for I popular among the younger set. Her
b1. waff eof :
; bottle bt each. tbee five Mr. Durkhlm went North on A J.V.\ PATTO ;
In the political friends here will extend congratula-
Ittm higher honors but S1-2S, For sale combined buslneaa And pleasure trip.

,7 .eld at tbs hands of the people. by doonsgiasG 1ft. site and two children are Wt 4 lions upon her graduation. ...Civil Engineer and SU"t1or..<

i Congressman Clark. of J. M. Endel In
the family Trenton
Congressman Clark thanked the, h.' J. and h. will likely remain inthat .
Dy concealing it about their person: .eftalted 't'uler for ma compliment. fol aectton of the country for the, ., Prompt attention to
Chapter b508. Aces Thrums '
; : r .
I and 107
by stowing It away In mug jogs notice Is Offlee direct door Nonh of
3, lo.tnc this acknowledgment by a I jars; by sawing it up in skirts and next month hereby given thct *! the regular meet office. P. O. Box: 103, GatnesTt'A fj .
Impressive address on, ing of tbe Hoard of County
4 beautiful and Com misalpnera _
I ticks; by tucking. it under the couches In and for Alachua ,_ .
which be declared to be. county,
Ellortonv Tetter Cured.A
benevolent and carpets, In cupboards and bu- I Florida. July let m?. the Board Ci.
to hla. opinion, the leading reau drawers; these are some of the lady customer of ours had entered : with the Assessor will review and Alacbna Conty Abstract

'i order of the world. He was roundly I by which people lose their with tetter for two or three I,equalize and perfect the assessment [JaoorporaM4J >
I ways for the l*>7. aDd
. ,','.,, akpplaud/' the bead of "good of the money, and sometime their live. ,....... It got .o bad on her hands 1 t year and receive testimony will bear aa complaints to- Perry M. Cotae.Precvt J. W. ........ ,;

't Under Addreaaver .. i How People fta\e Their Money. that she could not attend to her household the value of any property. real and Pr *4 H. a.:: eo.-S5e..'M'aGAINESVILLE
., .... *..1'.tal |nt.reatlng duties. One box of Chamberlaln'aSalve personal, aa flied by the Count FLA'
reliablebank. ,
it Li good,
I By depositing a
'' bea :
the speakers
: made among cured her. ChamWrlaln'amedicines Aaa* aor of taxes* after which Urn
j and Conadeat that this bank tally DO complaint be t<
\' ... Meaiira. Jones of can heard or testimony
give splendid
I meets the pubUoa needs, we tender received. unlews said Aa* We do exclusive Abut Jj'
," .e9vsajeje. & Ocela couelaaloo of the meeting Ita services to all who believe In keep Ia this eommuei7.It., Rodney A be changed by the County Commit ness, with AH faeilltiea for UBP."4.J/ tI'
Jut MM Ala. Cbamb.rlain'smedldn.s
'I Co. Almoad. miners and
given, I tai TL
,"' an enthualaatlo tai on tbe aAteatde.Plirt"KH. are for aale by all drug latorasatioa eooeerniag :
at 'GaIJlM'Y1Ue.
Jy. 'OfJMrIatJt.UO'IF.' Banker I I Fla. June and all Lade Ia Alums -
.k", .MeN4s4 an layt-taUoA to 9k e enIf EROS, rec. rtsta 14th. 190r 8. H.; !Si !NOB6.! Clerk' AU any.... .... treatsaeteV5s" prei$1'

,. t ,.". : tf ... .' I. "
'! 'f., '; .J ,.,;'\ . ...
.'1 t ; ... $' .
'" ,..Ik.";eji' \ ; _M r j it_ J&...: j",1 ... :rll; : :
.. ..,. '",'..."....-'- ''";....14 fj g aia iI

Xr. Iy'{ gf Mk y wl'y .1 ;I I! y ,i = .u i *", Ott t F'r, Ari i .,, 1 = 1 is l i-+ .ri Lim .., : !

i": .f R jR tFo t

THE GAINESVIL1.E SiN: JUNE 17, 1907. .

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I Can be depended upon from land ;.

L of Engineer to : the HairThere Mrs. Carrie D. Mallard Received 8% that has been liberally fertilized :., \

Hatter Sending Station. i 'I Judgment from A. C. L. 1 with fertilizer containing ': '
Consult $ !, {i AVAILABLE a complete f' ':j
are four verses. Verse 1.Ayer's end 3Ko nitrogen 8% available '':'
Vigor falling
OTHER PHOSPHORIC ,l phosphoric acid and 990
hair. Verse 2. Ayer's Hair
Woman Sued Atlantic Coast Line fbr$32,000'for
Ellgineers of the AtUntlo. Coast Line ( Vigor makes the hair grow.

and Tampa and Jacksonville Were Verse 3. Aycr's Hair Vigor Death of Husband, Who
to Request, ,| Was Killed In Railroad Accident, jPo.tash0
On Hand In Response cures dandruff. Verse 4.Ayer's .
Entertained by Committee. Judgment Secured but'Vlth .
and Were i HairVigor makes the
Brown of the Att I Itantlo and it a, fortune within her grasp,
Chlet east Engineer Line and Assistant Chief j jtopnnct' i scalp It is a healthy regular, hair-food keeps ; thisIs so. when a Jury of the Circuit Court of .'i!Just how and why f)% of Potash L'P

Shaw of the Tampa and 1 11acUOD"il1e the Eighth Judicial Circuit id and for is necessary our booklet will show.
railway In compliance : the real secret of its woh- Alachua County had agreed upona ;r

the request of the committee i I IIw derful success. verdict In her favor against the At. 01 A. GERMAN KALI WORKS '
within ten The best kind of a testimonial- lantic Coast Line for 32000. Mrs. '
meet the committee New" Vorh.- a N...." street. or > ,
fa7 from June 3; were here ThursIdir : e Sold for over sixty years. Carrie D. Mallard now finds herselfas !: y Atlanta, G..-1*.4 CandlerPortable RldIng

'for the purpose of going over the .& *A.1.O by 3,muiuteotu O.Ajrwr O_XjowMJ.*. of --. poor as ever as far as this Judgment : ,
sites. discussing is concerned, since Information
!&. Inspecting A 5ARSAP.lUU.A.lfers .
I crounc style of buildings required etc.. PILLS. l has been received here to the effect .
the union passen- CHEERY FECTORML that the Supreme Court has reversedthe "
I relative to the proposed \ Sawmill
i decision of the lower
i reflation for Gainesville ,The ,engH I court. '
[ of the Seaboard Air Line did not It will be'remembered that Mrs rZa Outfits ,
font In his appearance, but three mem- ON A LONG, CRUISE. Carrie D. Mallard at the fall termof '
1 of the committee .of the Board the Circuit Court, at which His t'hn Best on Earth.
ben Messrs. B. F. Midshipman McCormick Will Spend Honor Judge Calmer was presiding,
I of Trade and : ? ENGINES and BOlLfcRS and aU ?,
1 J. H Jarvis and B. E. Canton Three Years In Asiatic Squadron. sued the Atlantic Coast Line for the, '
Hampton kirds of Machinery and Mill Sup
Brown Midshipman Harvey W. McCormick, death of 'her husband, who was
| with Engineers
together plies We carry a large tock and ran make Immediate .hlptn nt. Wr-t for
visited three proposed a Gainesville boy who has passed successfully :. an engineer 'on the defendant road,
(and illotirated We
catsloK'ie. ran nave you money. Address
lilteB-the present site of the Gaines- and ,with honor through the which death'occurred In an accidentat

flUe and Gulf or Tampa and Jack Naval' Academy at Annapolis has' Newberry. This case was tried ] .A-.LSBY C D M1P..A.I F X
JiooTllle depot, desirable. ,location at been assigned to the first-class: regularly by Jury and verdict. as
(the head of West Main street N.. and misery\ Tennessee for a three-year' above stated was rendered. 41 Sotith Forcyth St-ctt .f.. .. .. A ATLANTA OA.

I mother location near the Junction ot cruise under +direction of the Asiatic' The defendant company, through Us -

I the A. C I* and Seaboard Air Line station and sailed on the Tennessee attorneys, carried the case to the Supreme I OSCAR N. SANDERS. PEnny. COLSON.
[railroads at the foot of West Main Thursday from Portsmouth R. I., dl- Court, with the result that, I .,
street S. rest /or Bordeaux France. after careful weighing the briefs In Sanders.
\ 0. N. &
i The engineers. had nothing partl Midshipman McCormick Is one of the matter, the decision was reversed. CompanyGe'nero.1 ;

Icnlar to say' In regard to their choiceof the brightest and ,most ambitious Mrs. Mallard was represented by .

( a location, but promised to corres- young men Florida has eTer produced, Attorney Augustus H. King of. Jacksonville DEALER9Ih'1,
pond and confer further with-the' comImlttee. and Is destined to make a record and W. W Hampton of this :NIerchandise.:

which will not only be a credit to city, while the Atlantic Coast Line's ., '..

The committee cannot understand himself and his family but to his 1 attorneys were Carter & Layton of .HARDWARE. STOVE*, FARMERS' IMPLEMENTS, FURNJ rURE.
I why the Seaboard Air Line has so native. State and the nation of which I this city and B. A. Burford of Ocala. J

1 ruthlessly refused their request he Is a subject. Upon his return toils This action, of "the ,Supreme':: Courts New !Store' New Goods. Complete. line of Ladies' Spring Dress Good. Fresh. ''
I to send an engineer here. since their native land three years hence considered a great Victory for the Fancy: Groceries, Carload Fnrnltor lost be In ft m>..Dd-all at Low
I representative In the Joint meeting of may be said In advance, that he will defendant. I est Possible Prices, f Largest Stock of Goods Ever Carried in. '
Western Alaehoa .
[the Board of Trade and the citizens have gained a great deal by observation -
I was so willing ,that a conference be, which will not be taken as merely GAINESVILLE NATIONAL' BANK. Colson Block .. Trenton Alachua Ccunty Flee ..:"

I tell The committee Is Inclined to a passing panorama but will be --

[treat the railroad right, but they are jotted down In* his memory like the Work on Interior of Building for New TAS. M G.AHAM. president H. E. TATI.O*. Cashier t

[determined to have a union depot, old saying of the letters engraved In Bank Progressing Rapidly tiso, W, Urns, Vtae.Preiident LIB GRAHAM, Asit. Cashier ,
E even It it becomes necessary to take the tablet of atone. The Wtork on the Interior of the new
[more stringent and determined legal Midshipman McCormick has many Gainesville National bank building. t
steps. friends here who will be glad to learn which Is the old Endel block so long
-- of his excellent success and rapid advancement occupied by Marcus Endel as a clothng -

FEAMSTER BOY IMPROVING. and hope to see him store; progresses nicely and within O2T G..e..xN'ESV-CLLE
reach the top ladder of fame. a short time the place will be readyto

[Colored Boy Bitten by Supposed Mad' receive the excellent furniture and UNITED STATES DEPOSITORYCapital. . . ':..
Dog Now Growing Better. MISSOURI' PAID OUT. fixtures, which were made to order
Leroy of John a'n Atlanta firm. v.
Feamster. son by
. . ., $100,00000
[Teamster colored corner WestCburch i Negro Accused of Stealing Pocketbook This bank when completed, will bea ,
Surplus . !20,000: 00
| and North Fifth streets, who Again tiaa His Freedom. model of beauty and one of the ,a.

j was bitten by a supposed road dog Henry Missouri, convicted In the most convenient and modern equipped Interest Paid on Savings Aeeoonts and Certificates of Deppilt All Dutloee '
Ion Monday Is resting easily, and It is 'Mayor's court Monday morning upon In the entire State. The panels will Traoiaotsd Promptly. ,

(believed that the lad will be out of a charge or, stealing a pocketbook; be of marble, the ceiling will be of B. K.TAYLOR,Cashier. .
[danger In a few days. "* containing 2.35 from a woman, and steel pressed, and altogether the Interior .......
The lad was attacked by the dog who was sentenced to pay a fine of of the building will be at least
[in the vicinity of his fathers store. $5 and costs or spend thirty days on 11 vl ting.
I The canine made a dash for him and the streets, has paid his fine after ABSTRACT & REALTY COMPANY

In attempting to ward;, him off, the laboring under a sweltering June sun There Are F.w

boy was bitten on the right cheek for three days, and 1.. again a free People ;who know hqw to take care o.oorpor..c11:
and right hand from which he bled of themselves. the majority: do not. :

[profusely. A physician was called'. man.Missouri has probably made up. his The liver la a moat Important organ E. E. VOYLE. MGR. ,

and arnica was prescribed. and lib-! mind that It Is better to be honest In the body. V. C. Slmpklns. Alba; Abstracts of Title and Nil Information furnished retarding lands I* Not' '
iTchy applied. than .otherwise, and will no doubt Texas write.; "1 have used Herbine county Our manager has lived In this ootintr thirty year* and
The father of the boy states that not make another 'attempt to betraythe for Chills and Fever and find It the Is thoroughly conversant with land titles, .

h. felt sure the dog was mad and confidence of his friends.A best medicine I ever used. I would ,.
would have shot him but feared that not be without 'It. It Is as good for
JB3. Eva :x: ]1EwWIRE.
k. would be arrested and nn'!!d for Happy Mother children as H Is for grown-up people

discharging firearms In the city limits Will see that her baby Is properly and I recommend It. It ts fine for ACCIDENT BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INBUHAMCK. a....
al that Is a very stringent offense purgative I La Grippe. Sold by W. M. Johnson. eeotlng a namWer of prominent American and English sompaulet. '
ot the eared for-to do this a good BAAL ESTATE AND CITY LOANH. -
municipal law. Is necessary. Many babies suffer. Ga.:1r + rv-t17.tia -. .Jr'1.orI. .a
The other child bitten by the dog from worms and their mothers don'tknow Goodwin and the Grsphophorte

w not yet been beard from.,. It-If your baby Is feverish and J. A, Goodwin ticket agent of the '

doesn't sleep at night, tt Is troubled Atlantic Coast Line. Is destined yet
Baseball Players and Foot Racers. with worms. White's Cream Vermi to do something' for the good of.this The Oldest Whiskey House in Georgia

Louis J. Kroger, ex-champion long fuge will clean out these worms In community.
41Itaaee foot racer of Germany and a mild pleasant way. Once tried While It Is known that Mr. Good 'Established 1881
Holland writes. Oct. 27. 1101: -Dur always used. Give It a triaL Price win Is a young man possessed of a
eight weeks' foot 2S tents Bold by W. M. Johnson.Mr. great fondness for music and Is himself .
racemat Salt Lake City. In April last a vocal artist of more than passing OLD HH1KPE WILLIAM. t
I -.*ed Ballard's Snow Liniment to Colson at Battle Creek. note be has become convinced Pure fine old ry... By the 0 ll.. .....
lIIy: greatest atlsfactlon. Therefore. Information was received In this that, among other nuisances. Is the your foil qa arts HUM).
i highly recommend Snow Liniment city Friday to the effect that Mr. and graphophon. *
to an who are troubled with sprains. Mrs. Perry M. Colson, Dr. and Mrs.J. It Is said that a caucus, which was w J. C&LB1I h

atia.s Z * rheumatism" 2c. *0c and h". McKJnstry Jr. and C. W. Close attended by Dr. Gordon B. Tison. Pore PenncvUsbia Rye. ,tot. iM 1''
tLie Bold by W. M. Johasoa. bad arrived safely In Battle Creek, Henry M. Cbltty and) Mr. Goodwin. mellow. Bv the Kalkw ".18. leer
itch. where Mr. Colson win remain was held a night 'or two recently full
Wanted In Hawthorn. at the Battle Creek Sanitarium for when Mr. Goodwin consented r.arAIDAnaL
Job t bill health. to permit his name to go on the a
thorn Bacon. a negro from Haw The letter bears Information that ticket for alderman at the next municipal BYE
was arrested this Wed. Pare substantial fatally whiskey. y
Jn city .
sd.ty upon the patient stood the trip well and election with one of the most the irmllon |3J" r s"sault the a charge, of aggravated that he was feeling a great deal better i Important and serious points. to his "_ PREPAID ;,
Instructions. coming from platform obligation that be would
the which will be gratifying to hisnumerous an s
> authorities at Hawthorn. friend here and throughout paN an ordinance confiscating and _"_ .. ___ __ CLIFf'ttRB RTE
aCOQ&kea by an officer to By the icsllen W.95, Your fait qasrte
every public grapno-- XEKTCCKY COBS
*"tboni. the State. OLD .16EXPEEB PKKPAIDPeWTEK
where be .
will be ar-
phone .on the square, the owner of
toed tn Jwtlc. Direct from beaded warehouse, floe -
court. Ancient ft."' said machine to be subjected to a sod old. By the gallon ft 00.. &1.8 CLUB CWiJCRich

D. Net Neglect the ci Idr.n. Is DOW merely memory of the heavy penalty. Jour fell quart W. O.EXPRBM sod ...llow. By the cslloo H JK
would Four fall aaerte M.O9EIXPHEaH
Mr. Goodwin no doubt get
Is the
At BanartTs Snow
this past. PREPAID +
season of the year the .rat twentieth ceo : a big vote on this platform. EPAIJJ
of the
asaatau looaeoM: oC ''* .....'. sow. family liniment
** should have faam.auw. atteatien. mayA positive cur for Bfreumatsew. Case end Dhi,.,.,....., We beadle all the lea.. ......4*of R.sad Bourbon Whiskies la ta.aaee; .. :
**. Vest tht g that M .. Bvnxa. Cuts. Sprate Nanralrla, ke* and will save ye. gram. oli*per..a4oB roar pa.baa. Bead for prtsswlies '
..... .. sloe sJTsm .NOsiwe. eie. Mr. C. H. Raajoo. HUsl .A, .'.... FaMe fa U* stomaefc. co4o and sad .._a'". e.. Free alas ......$... ,
Aeb.n seed Dfe ..,.,...... ..... W.a. ..
"-a ...... y-fist. .... .... Lllsta..t are Quickly tr
Is c, =U ..8.... b sa.aMg ee tar *ban n 4-'sad aN jNS. I asn .. ,t -alab.etsla's Cole 'cKsisraPaeJiama THE AITMAYEK AM 'F ATAU tJOUGW COlI PAM
wttf .... 'lssule ell'' 1111!.I ........ i ... yes ,lIeN" W' and. Jt.... .. .........00. c.....,
;:F.4" 1S .. si .. 1 : :, ;. ,JrT ", _ :.. sill drtg- a .,
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various homes of the city wi.o have
NORMAL i i. eft : t ;iiii a'40 I Inu It
I agreed to take them as boarders durIng _

y the term which will close August i es 41 (
Mica Axle Grease. I'
TO OPEN' MONDAY 9th.At I il oieg 't >11 ForCstatc'
J i :Best lubricant for axle in the the close of tIle term State Superintendent I with Music, P torts' xrrormtftan ;,ttFa
( Holloway will direct an sad Eloeutlnn SBIa aer Ioh;,k, t audio
I world long wearing sad very adhesive. sloe Senn. Sept 1007 of tie
; Indications Ae;That La.rge.Number I examination under the auspices, of which the
State educational department
Students Sere Make a heavy load draw hk s
of Will Be certi
will be for State and primary
light'one.. Sates half the wear on to own up that I ever
wagon and team, and increases the ficates. MR VAUGHN WELL Idea that they were anvtWnc entertalbN
araltigx&pMitty; of your outfit beat, cleverest people
o Ask yow dealer for flica Axis PLEASED WITH STATE you may feel sore that In eat fII11I
The Normal This Year Promise to be Gnat Cltra Local 'Had Head-On Collision will be found blowing a horn for,'

One of the Meta; Successful Ever ; STANDARD With Palatka Freight. .da and its people," V

Held'n| the State-Term Will be OIL CO.geography There was a head-on collision of His Mind Has-Been Disabused Re. :Mr. "Vaughn paid special tmJ
J- Gainesville "It is .
Opened Monday Morning. the Cltra local and a freight train garding Florida and People. one of the
model up-tc>-data little
from Palatka on the Atlantic Coast cities I v
If torn tluntlay'a Dally Bun. ever seen and I have traveled
I Line railroad at Mlcanopy Junction COMPLIMENT i
In'compliance Instructions be said. :*I must
Saturday morning, owing to a misunderstanding admit that I
r from State Superintendent> of Public! surprised upon my
Instruction Hollo-way the State aum.. of orders. Prominent Seed Man of Chicago Look- find instead of a lot bei1
There was no loss of life but Train- ( old u,.,
111 this
mar normal open In city ed Upon Florida as Good for Nothing structures a town built
Monday morning June 17, at 9:30 y master Poosert who sustained a handsome up Of h
o'clock. Already a large number ",, English grammar ir sprained ankle. was on the freight. But Raising Vegetables and Ma. business houses and '
dences, and with
of students ;trom every section of the Mrs. Ella\ L/iF Hamilton, principal Trainmaster Pooser was brought to larla, But Was Happily Disappointed. I such magnlfo
walks and streets
of the, Primary Department of his home In title and Is now and I am ,
State bare arrived and the Indication the city Li. II. Vaughn, a member of the i to be honest *
r are that there will be from 200 : Starke High School, primary' methods, under treatment of his physicians Vaughn Seed Store, Chicago, who has I much In love enough to say that I
to' 260\ student*,for the term. reading. Friends will be glad to learn that his been in this city for the past ten days so this section that with Gainesville i
While the system of summer nor Dr. W. }.. Yocumr dean of the Uni- injuries are not serious, and that he In the interest of the firm;which was I to leave business I am almost temp,

'mats: baa been In vogue In ,this versity of Florida, and one of toe will be out again in a few days. the defendant in a case of assumpslt I somebody my else and in Chicago
State' tor*many years, tbL promise most widely known educators ''of the Tho Citra train arrived about an in which J. D. Strlngfellow was the die come and fire,

;, to be the most successful ever\' held, "South, as If noted, will,be the principal hour late but it was necesasrto; plaintiff, is very much impressed with Mr.among Vaughn you good people. I
&. under the new educational law, of ,the normal. Others who have send a wrecking traln Mlcanopy this section of the country. states that he wffl! ,
when all matter educations have been assigned to various positionsare Junction to clear the wreck.:: This Is Mr. Vaughns first visit to return to Chicago at present, but i
visit several of the
y been brought down to It floe point .equally prominent in the line the South. Darn and reared in Chi section growers la
} the benefit is bound to be much of education, and altogether the term' A New Firm. cago he never fully comprehended the for been big custot
''areater. *1- ''I promises to prove one of the most i Dr. J. H. Alderman, for ,many yearsa glorious advantages of the South, especially many years.

p: A faculty of the leading educators beneficial ,ever held in the State. : dentist of more than passing note. Florida and had been taughtto

of the State has bejen: selected for this I The opening exercises of the normal Who is known not only in Gainesvillebut believe that there was nothing here

normal, and is as follows: which wilt be held In the build. In several other sections, 'baa but a rough country, capable only of CASTOR I IA
w' W F. 'Yocum, bean 6f the Univerelty ing of the Gainesville Graded and taken Into partnership Dr. Harry> L. producing vegetables and malaria.
Infanta and
'of the State of Florida,:.principal, High.',School. will,, begin at *-50_ Monday Pearce, recently graduated from the "I have always labored under the Children.
w ,Psychology*. pedagogy m rnlnc. There will probably Atlanta Dental College oneof the Impression that Florida was merely The KId You"Have Always BM

W.., E Knlbloe, principal of the Du- be an address of welcome by Mayor leading institutions of the kind in: the nothing," he admitted in the lobby of,,

,v'.l Hlfiti, School, botany., zoology]" Thomas, welcoming the students to United States. the Brown House Friday. "I thought, Dears tbeSignature
y' physics.Gh ., the city,which will be followed by' ad. Dr Alderman in so well known in from what I had, been told, that all of .
I Q. M*' Lynch principal of the Jasper dresses by County Superintendent Dr and section:: that It la un... the State was good for was to raise

Normal' Institute, arithmetic I, J. L..Kellyr, lion. W, W,., Hampton necessary to make references! to him produce to ship to us fellows up NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR t
algebra, geometry1 trigonometry of the .board of trustees of the except to' say that for several :years North although I must admit that I DEED UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPI
TonU McBeath, principal of the, Ganesville sub-school district and he has enjoyed the most lucrative have compared Florida products with 4888. LAWS OF FLORIDA.
Gainesville Graded, and lllgd School others. practice In this section of the State. the products of other States and sections Not elJl hereby siren that Metrota Hi

rhetoric, English literature, EngU.h'tp'ammar'1 Dr. Yocum. who s enthusiastic Dr., Pearce is a young man well known and often wondered why Uf was oate fMstuflns1 No. IOC Company,dated and the dtr or or Tu ApriU
composition. over the success of" this normal, declares here, having: been born and' rearedIn that Florida was good for nothing but IMS.have hare made filed application raid oertlfloate for tax deed our em total,..
5 J, II Workman, principal of the that ,be la going to exercise Gainesville. His graduating papers the production of vegetables and accordance with law bald eertlfiett
Ocala 'High School general history, every effort to make It the best summer were of the very highest order which fruits br ated la She Ala>ehaa following county described Florida.properv",.I&: i

physical; geography, arithmetic 17, normal ever held in the State. I. the best recommendation whicn "I have changed. /* my ideas of The Lute d Bald and land 8. 8_belnr. 1.'!ame'p.It*B...d K.IJ-U at tH in*
orthography.W. He Is an excellent Instructor has selected could be given him. Florida however since coming here, the tuanee. of'auen oerttaaate,Is tile
of U.ksown.IIslees
H. Russell principal of the :: an excellent faculty, and there! The business will be continued at and I want to say that I am 'dead aald certificate! shall be nit*
'Stark High School Latin, physiology Is no reason why this should not be the same stand occupied by Dr. Alderman stuck' on the country and your people, !I I on aocordinr the into to day law of July tax deed A.I).will 1907WitncM 'tew. thm
q, 'civil,government.P. .j the case a* every Instructor is anj over the Dutton bank and who are among tbe cleverest I have 1 I my ofiloial atenature and ml!I
W. Corr. Summerlin Institute, U. enthusiastic efficient,educator.J It Is needless to add that the new ever met. They have treated me so the lath day of July,A.i>..iwrS H'WIE.VOB

8. history.' .. Florida history, political The students are being assigned to firm will enjoy a fine '.u ce.s. hospitably that I am almost ashamed :;: pd Clerk Circuit ByM Court. 8 CULVES Aleehuele.r,A:C!



Do You Ever Stop to Think

That THE: GI. W HTDE: : COM AITY has been in existence less than a year and a half -'and

,. *,j have you noticed the, rapid stride's with which it has become the Dry Good. center of

Central Florida ;

DO YOU EVER STOP TO THINK that we are hereto stay, and have In-a sort time'grown to be the l largest dealers in Fine Dry

Goods in Central Florida land yet we have just commenced to grow. u '. ,- ,' -, ,

DOW YOU KNOW that we want you for a customer, and we are spending all our time and energy to secure the best possible values

in Dry 'Goods and to sell ,hem to you at the least possible price-that we are looking for your future business.and'can't afford to take

chances on Belling only.the' best goods to be had for the prices? r g


TOre Ka.: src Enough Confidence in Our Goods

To, say "Your Money Back.. If You Are Not Satisfied.1 Come, to our store during the' month of June and you can buy Dependable Drf

,Goods much cheaper than competitors will want to sell them to you Each day brings us new goods and big bargains; JUNE IS



In Household FornUhlnct.V> want to Impress June Specials I I In Flae White 0*>od,. They and snow white uA
at the >'
prices "
they before
,the fact upon you that these goods are sold a'I, Iblne. mow

practically wholesale price. IN LADIES' FINE READY-TO-WEAR GOODS-STOCK HAS BEEN RE10df.. J.fnons at 5, 8 I.!, 10 U, 19 2 S and!%
Bed Spreads at 70, 89, t>8<-, 91.89 91.98. VLENldHED AM MANY NEW THINGS AWAIT YOU. 40-Inch Whit. Lawns at 8 1.3. 19, 12 l-2 e. i

6h..t.-Full 8iseat_ 45, 49, 09 and ?9c.Pillow *'Mora of the Big Bargains SMrtttaltU at 79, OSc, *1.4&, 'l.US.aDd Up. Fine Persian Lawns at 10, 15, 1\\>. 23. 2$<* .

i Oases at 10, IS, 18 and fcOc. ")lore of the splendid values In Tin Tailored Skirts at ft.98. $2.o8: 3.98, Fine Imported French Lawn. Pfcri* MO.IIB-
Towels at 4, 7 1-2. 8 12 1O. 12 I.!. 19, 2c. f'.Jj: ,b,9y sad $7.60. very sheer. '

Table Linen at 25: 80, 50, OS and 91.10. New Jumper Butts In small b'ack and, white checks, splendid for traveling FineLinen Lawns at 89, 75. S3 e i)tuI fl 1. ___
-I', ,sultt-Skfrts are worth the ,.ric.. ask %i-Jana Sale price *..9* and .;.91*? -
Splendid white Wash Skirts at $t, 91.44, $].1>S, $2.93 and Up. JUNE SPEC ALs
JUNE SPECIALS See the big values In Muslin Underwear

t, Children's and !MUseo Wash Hrew_ In Ladle and Children's
In Fin Millinery The kind that will appeal to Ladies'
F.n.Black ',
: Hose lSc
you. It you need a Traveling flat BOW Is the JUNE SPEC=A.LS L.diee' Fut.BI&c1t! fOIIe:121-c&: lOcj err b. 1 90
tint to teourfl special Ttlue Children's ,and La- Ladies' Fine Lace
: Hose. Ittcj wort 230
la 3fe. hnl.hta at Prices That Paralrie CsapetlUen.Men's Fine ....
,dies. Ready'Trlrained Hals. Ladles'' Gauze Home, 19e; seer I II..
Socks Worth no..2 for SSe M.,,'* Ores. Shirt 43* Worth... eoc Fine Lace litHe., 9e s wort; :.00
Men's Socks Worth &O . .. .. . 39c Men' Dress Shirt 59c Worth.. .. 750 Beautiful Roma ill L.db" Black lad Wkiq
I JUNE SPECIALS Men's Wash Ties Worth 2Sc. . 1to Men Ores Shirt S9o Worth. .$14>0 Vests' idle t. 'I.!. Each.

Man's Wash Tie Worth 3So. .. . 25o Men's Drew Shirt 98o Worth .*1AO
la Fancy Beta and White" Wash Be"" .. Men's Suspenders too Worth 15* Men's Underwear 23o Worth.'. ado JUNE SPECIALS
,, Toilet Wa'.,., Perfume, Cold Cream lye size ,
15 Worth.
Men's Suspender 2c Men's Under***!* Sk Worth . 60c In Fine 2)reesGtoi. and
Talon 10. Men' Suspender. 39o Worth. .. 6Oc Men' Underwear 43o Worth. 60* ago fur Fancy bilks worth Silks.600. 4 'Ir J'F'De
I Val Laoee, Torchon I.aees, Point de Parts Men Handkerchiefs So Worth lOe Men'a Underwear 49o Worth . I5c Silks '\h'nM). bye for-Fa-neTailM se ;)r

Lanes. Men* Linen Handkerchief 154 No*-r etolnea_ py*ajr anaim bat tut3fa sc for Fancy Silks worth $1.1Q. 89* f' r:; '

I'' $brolderlest all Klo,U. Worth . . . . .-. . , 20c ottoeC_la' Spool C.n *wtB be se.poo. ?ittaj?.Ti0'for Fine 71*ck Voile worth Blaek 5C. '

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. &he; *mtter Atlanta 0 e of the stalwarts ,V. O: Brann of Iconoclast fame, ; It ,,

d of Democracy and one of the was once aakc-a whether he was a + IxNW.NNINLNIIIrN11rLIM1NxNN"

: e1. IS+O!.s OLLe v1j e.V1 . \>terana of national legislation passed Baptist or an Athetat Jirann brillIant ,

O,!,, ". .!.'..tlCr.. eaeeet r Ass Of Oon: away in the death of United States CngUBb: is remembered by all PATflDIA M

:;".;, o Il. I _ __. ......1L.- Senator John T. Morgan of: Alabama. who read The Iconoclast before the!

ted Eterjr Monday and Thursday who. breathed his last"In Washington tragic death of Its editor. Answering

Gatnenll1e, Florida on Tuesday night. "Within: a fetf' days the above 'query, he wrote:

at :...:. he would )lave celebrated: his eighty- "I belong to no cult or creed, but I Fdr Infants> Children.

third blrthdaand" ""* thirty years of I know beyond the peradventure ot a ,

1s! McCREARY. EdltorandPnbl'r.Tsexs that extended span of life Vas spent doubt that the mighty universe is " The Kind You Have

..... net a member. ''of the'upper house of not without a master His origin Is I I STORI .
or Congress.His beyond; my comprehension: I cannot .

He TwIce-a-Week SUM lift year; six clvlo career, long as It was, understand the creation how then ?{- 1 3 Always Bought
thi 508\ single copies 6c.ral came to ''round out a life ,of honor"and can I comprehend the Creator? I A\ceetaUcPrcparationror

ADTtaTISI1fG! Rants t. usefulness during} the stirring days of know nothing of the future. I spendno j similating tbcroodmulRe uta y X,

advertisements, 15 cents a line the Civil war. lie was a distinguished time speculating 'upon It-I am ting the S lomnrfo andbowcla c Bears theSignature

a die tin' and 10 cents for.each add!. officer of the Confederacy and It he overwhelmed by the past and at death

I.aid insertion had done nothing mon to endear him grip with the present At the grave i

mTP1syed 42 months advertisements at special for three rates,, to the people among whom he lived God draws the line between the two i ,_...._._ .l ,

Irfeei furnished upon application. his name would have ranked high In eternities' Never has living man : Promotcs'Di estion.ChcerM"I '

tflrritee and Death notice Inserted the annals of the South. lifted the veil of death and looked I nessnndllcst.Containsncthrr .

IJr, Obituaries, ¢s a line. And yet the period of his military:: beyond. 'n.t'o.lro Religion' was not OpiumtMorphine nor}1incraLNOTNAKCOTIC. of ,,

service was slight Indeed comparedto born of reason or nursed by knowledge .
Oua-CLDBBINO Liar.; the length of.time he spent In the ; It Is the child of love of pain, .. r

Sun and the Thrice-a-Week Senate. and lives between the rosy breasts ..
(IIY,)Worldone'ear..U 8ISe One was always sure of finding him of hope. There is a Diety. I have Slt..t
Atlanta Ga.) : kaw
the (
Bun and 1 76ta on the'safe and conservative side of felt Ills presence and beard His voice ;'

Weekly San onstitution and the Atlanta one year.(Go.) all public questions, and his high Integrity I have been cradled In His robe. All f ...,.., 'r..:.., I .
[8emi.Weeklv Journal one year. 1,60 coupled with, his great ability that is or ever will be Is but the visible I J. .I. .
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hVSan and the Semi-Weekly' gave force and prestige to anything garment ot God. Seek not to know t4. ;1
. 1 6O t
I Times-Union! one year. be might say. His plans or purpose. I ask no writ. .......w,.-, ,. ,
But In his public career be was the ten covenant with God, for be is my ,

1| HgT"Ve rdenomln..tIon.than will not accept a stamps cents.i of a striking type of the man who .dedicates father. I trust him without requiring A pctfrct Remedy for Constipation t .

himself to a great Idea and devotes priests or prophets Indorse his ,Sour StomacJi.Diarrhoea. r

i valued- employe all the energy of his mind and note. As I write my little son wakes Worms.Convulsions.reven shnrs'tf F'o 0
Y e r
John F Whitney* and Loss>> OF SLEEP. r ,
[The St Augustine Evening Record heart to Its furtherance. It was witha and comes groping through the dark. r

lead clear and prophetic vision that John ness to my door. He sees the light Tac Simile Signature of ;

T Morgan long ago saw the immeasurable shining through the transom, returnsto I 'Z4 YearsCASTORIA

benefit that would accrue to his little bed and lies down to 1 Thirty '
[ U Mr Burr should be elected Gov xlew YO1RI{. n
his the South by the construction of an dream. He knows that beyond the SI
rue he could then appoint .own
tor as a member of the railroad Inter-oceanio anal He was far and light his father keeps watch and asks 1

miniOn. away the highest authority on that no more. Through a thousand celestial /

great undertaking: lie was the unwavering transoms streams the light of ,

champion of the Nlcaraugua God. Why should I fear the sleepof 1
D. II. Baker of Sumter j
route, and he was always. able'to death, the unknown terrors of the .
mould make an excellent memo
nty present vigorous arguments In sup t j starless night or the waves ot the .......ft....._.... eiw......... y
.r of tie. railroad commission to sueI -
port of the faith that was In him He river Styx? Why should I fear the
I Mr. Morgan.14JutantGeneral. .
steadily adhered to his conviction! to S sleep of death with assurance from .

I Foster has asked tae last, and there can be no doubt the lips of men that the wisdom,, love 1-

I that there was much' to be said Iri and bower of my. ,HeavenlY father -
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the recall of Major Dapray:: In. -- - -'- ---A ---''''''
favor of his contention.But will. not fail!" COL8ON-OAY MANSFIELD ZETF OUER. ,
r of State troops. for the. Na- ;
It is not as the protagonist of, .

anal Government. the Nicaraugua .route .as against the :The following advice from The
'* This Farm Located at Arrtdondo, Is Marriage of Two Popular Young People -
Canama or. any"o'th1r' rout* 4h i rh4e Miami Metropolis Is !applicable! to all"Florida Making Large Shipments. at Rochelle.
[ The Packer, a New York: publica,
i devoted to the Interests fruit should be remembered. For many towns at this particular- season One of the most successful farms The home of Mr.' and Mrs, S. O*. g
weary years' he had to combat all oftteeyear: "Get out the brooms,
i truck growers. Is deserving the I in this section this year will be the Zetrouor Wednesday morning, wa*
the which opposed i the construction rakesrtlt
powers the shovels the sickles, the
age of the public. It is fearless Colson A Gay farm, at Arredondo the scone of a most beautiful wedding
outspoken and never hesitates of any kind of canal. The : lawn mowers. ems wheelbarrows the which It seems has been particularly the contracting parties being Mr. L.
great transcontinental railroad Inter. carts the trash c ft* the boxes the .
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i expose the fakirs. favored by nature. Elmo Mansfield and Miss Z trouer. -
eats were always at work, not In the soap, the mops tlj e aen hang brushes, -- -
The sun a few days ago stated that The attendants were Mr. :E.
open but In a subtle and hence more the lime dl.mfectanta."i
the uprayr .
from ot the Waits and Miss 0usle Mansfield N.
(i vet and dry election will be held ninety acres cantaloupes
Santa Rosa county on July 3rd. fashion to undermine this era the hose and let &Clean yield promised to be the most pro- W. .Colmon and .Miss Ruby Griffin.'
of canal Central Ameri,
project a across teJUC nee take command. '
prohibitionists are confident of ] ilflo of any similar tract in the The bride and groom marched*o-
ca. The energy and 4ngenutty with the flanks, and rear as well as the0 '
mini; the fight and In that event. ty. and 'hat the manager has the altar, stopping directly under thefloral
he uncovered the of
ere will not be L'aaloon betweenola 'whtcji source this fronts. Clean tip..everything that needs ref a cash; biter of $..000 for the bell. Rev. J. It.' i

] and ,,J ek onVI1Ie. ; opposition and lal4\bare Its hollow cleaning n..d.c'o': it well. It Is a bigjob I crop o1 jhe, vines. At the time some beautiful word and" eloquent Ian
arguments" give;him''a clear claim to oneT dip fe
for but
by keeping at
.. of the wl** rodlcted that the refusalof Nags pronounced them husband ancl' +,
|The the consideration {pl the people. He It for two or three days we can offer mistake 1 .
office "of railroad commissioner this a as a serious wife.
is not to be "remembered merely as a'spotless 'There hav.1
v teems to be the most sought town. are a Jew but it is abou fA develop now thai The decoration were beautiful, the-
the partisan --of the"Nlcaraugua route who also bathed..
ple to be
F*. It is one of the most Important the manager has fwevel head in re entire room being almost a bower. of
r but as the advocate of a canal, as I
of public trust within the gift fusing. roses, ferns, palms, trailing vine aDd:

1 the people and candidates should against the combined opposition of The trial; commenced in Washington This farm began its flrt wc CJ<..r .sweet, magnolia. Two larg,191formtn.e"

1 selffshness and obatructlon. While i this week of Edwin 8. Holmes load ... ... 1'Kt&1. tins"'
required to demonstrate their fiti 1 shipments :Monday, and during 01
the final decision of the Governmentwas
i for th_ place. formerly Assistant Statistician of the I the week closing today an average ot contraotinVVaHie. bung from the. \
not In accordance with his specific -
Department of Agriculture wbo one solid carload day will have been decoration back of the floral belt
recommendations, it Is In a largemeasure 1.1
[Governor Hughes of New York is due to his presentation of I charged with being responsible consigned to the market of the The bride wa attired in a gown.

often mentioned In the public of inter-oceanic canalthat the "}.e.r In the crop report almost North. The fruit is exceptionally fine, of silk crepe de chine over white .....
the needs an
these days as a Presidential I the project. In some form was two years ago. Holmes' was a small and Is bringing good prices,;: and altogether trimmed with Irish point lac., wbU.

illty but we would not be sur- Government official' but he managedto it looks now as,the ownersof the groom wore handsome suit oT' a, '
finally set on foot and he must be
to see him the Republican get rich while in office and invested this farm will make a"1' fine thing conventional black. The attend-
allowed to participate In. the glory of
He Is without a .doubt the the achievement. In apartment houses, and did financially from their efforts.They were all richly costumed a* Y

man In his party. other things that indicated an Incomefar presented a most attractive appearance
Senator Morgan was a native of
beyond his salary. He claims that are talking about this one to the ..lready', 8Ce e.
Tennessee but his life has been almost I
in* county commissioners and exclusively Identified with Alabama be made his money in mining speculation and that one! running for' After the ceremony an .ae.>lelnt dfvner ..

of the school but this is a point that will against Frank Clark. The Concres.1 served In superabundance. I'
board now relY and she may well rank, him an wa ,
four be brought out in his trial. The wants to keep his scalp ';
dollar per day salary and her most gifted and devoted At 1:30 they drove to, the depot' cad,
charge against him ia conspiracy to let Frank alone. A large majority
They will hereafter be nomi- The people of that State will boarded the train for relbam, Georgia
by their defraud the Government. of the people of the Second District the borne of the from,
respective district. render him a high tribute of gratitude groom
of the county at large; the law now that he has' gone to rest and the I are entirely satisfied with his service which*.'hate they will proceed
YIIIC been changed in this respect. I people of the whole country make due They say that Tallahassee'' was so and Stinks Intend to keep him!In. Congress and other point to spend,

acknowledgment of his energy ability quiet Saturday night you could have I Telegraph. : their honeymoon. The bridal present

[Soreroor Hughes of New York I and Incorruptible Integrity. heard the dew drop. the ice scream. I It would be a waste of any man's wen* numerous, thus testifying largelythe I
the two-cent-a-mlle the brick walk and the fence rail) but I time to run against Frank Clark for; I love and esteem of their many ,
: railroad bill Congress in this district and it is ,I, +
the ground we don't'pretend to, say it's so. All I friend. -
f? DOt that the companies Farmers small merchants and the big head have left there and th. :equally a waste of any man's words I The groom i* one of the most j jwidely
pay expenses at that rate. i householders In fact will i
everyone and wind to be urging such a candidacy.
above sounds rather cbestnuttys known and' most popular
i1 railroads
cannot make a profit be Interested in the war that the Department -
: Mr. Clark's Congressional record -
f 1bI! I Tampa Tribune. young men of Jacksonville. He bold*

Passengers a bow In New. York at I : of Agriculture ts wagingagainst Oak hall It off. There was no atmospheric has thoroughly commended! him .a .very responsible position being dispatcher .
pewits mud can they be the rats and mice. The department .
to his constituents and be Is so solidly
Deu.d to do condensation, neither did at the 0. A.* I* at, that paint.
so In States of much ; has Just Issued a small
) fixed jn their confidence! that something
1 WlatIont, the coolness shriek, the compressed Ad .1* quite popular. *
for free distribution giving .
pamphlet clay pedestrlanate, nor the enclosure very like general derision The bride i* COW of our fairest and,
= \. I the latestand best ad vice of Its expert ,would meet the efforts of any man
acoa ,-Lake City: Index. most beautiful young ladle and *
_. s. Jerry on rat trapping and poisoning, rat .him.-Ltve. Oak Democrat.
I :. a negro physician i to displace favorite for her affectionate and sweeter. 'i t --
[:iwahasaee, who atone iT T8- :proof building construction. the protection S
Jn Gainesville, ho been held i of poultry bouses corn cribs Our Lake City friends can no longer Daily shipment of pineapple' from .. j'f "
They will make Jacksonville ,their. '
_$:;/ bond on the charge ot ateal- I and the like. It Is said that the damage claim that the University of Florida the lower East Coast now exceed J 4'

package by rats In this country Is hard is not located in the city ofGainesville. The foreign will tutor !some. A GUP.s'r.i
of the examlptftlon twenty cars. exports ,
I Itocbelleu June 14. rj JJ'
,, signed,: by Superintendent to calculate but it amounts to more .-Gainesville Sun. probably, be greater this year than .. .. ...,. ., '
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r to the Bradford county each year than from all other animal) No. It's yours, Bro. Sun. We were ever before. This' In )n rey introducIng ,

I board. combined. The pamphlet on scrapping a little for our rights in delicious fruit to thousands nonce or AWUOATJOW row+ TAX .
Jerry I. always in some pests many DEW: trxDue jnumox sox. ariAYrnRt.
'* trouble rat killing ought to be a popular publication the matter. and we got them in a of persor*.:-'who never had a see. LAW or VLoitr5A.rt.W.$4b.tebrri.ntb.sMeII.

I and to certainly a very prctlcal I measure. We want to say though chance to IMt It before. When the re Must'. y

fears in this connection, that we only did demand begins to 01 T.Uk.... Ne. "s''''.. I. ..
sad a half from now one. foreign once grow aas.4 the eta dq of ..._......", ... u. nee,
a n. Miami Metropolis Is the .- ---- what our neighbor arranged: to do Incase It will be difficult to satisfy It without a.,. ales ..rtla..ea is ar .et..

list 111' the FE." .. C. Railway Comrunning Our Southern right title and interest we had won under the Buckroan a very great Increase of lb.acreage Ito sad rlna is s..ovOs.m.brada apelrastlo wlsb a.*.for. ..Id sea_deal..... I","
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acC -Lake City Indfx. devoted to this froit The .w. follow1Aol ds.el..d pvenfMwae 1
Its first through In Mr. Roosevelt is now no longer _. ......"'1 ''lII.
k2o Key West And there were an open question. la his speech .- ----. ------- future ot pineapple curta,. fa golden ....::::d..AJaA.I.... : .t,.... fA., '1

e *ple who once: upon a time on Georgia Day at the Jamestown The farmers of M&cclenny will engage The domestic consumption Is InertIng )**. on..a.IIJ.a4. .....,..--.dI. at ... af ,',
e. 3 while ...... et arch.., to Ia.f see. ? '
LOW declare the feat of ExpoeltJoa.Ionday., h- fearlessly ; extensively in strawberry .culture every year Jb* foreign U. sure \

... railroad across the Florida stated that. be was heft Southern and tile coming season. This was trade baa yet hardly pase ..... $5stMeibsaS C.
f --deft l.Wv. .u. ..,.
actlcabls. This 1& U. day half Northern by "virtue of his Georgia formerly one of the most profitable stage It wttl be-marked YI'.4\. .
W 7 .min asas4sseel
b triumphs over brawn the mothwr As to' which bait la the Industries fa the. vicinity of Gain'** when it f* shown that the .*M.*9f>l* the I***day ot o Jwe.l6I, A. U, tnt ..As..

St measuring a man's worth best we. are .not pr pare4 to sy.-- vfI10.. but tor some reason it baa been inn be shipped across awe snooess> M. s.'wittteage
'., .4 Clerk:: &r+*Court *Ow.
tie*. Oak Democrat,'.. abandoned r.; tatli.-Tlmee't'hiou.S .,. w. ... curt *. U .
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: : SUMMER NORMALTO J ... various homes of t e city Who have I
r agreed 'o axp than' as boarder daring -

th t"mi,. wlix'i) will <'los<' Aegust i .., I y r rr
: Mica Axle Grease :
OPEN MONDAY 9th. I I Full Cereae Courses t''' For r3. ,
At tl>.> "losl' !if ihle) h>rnt fate 9upertM Z k.M
i with MUi'lo. P.inhisp
Beat Ubrfcaat fat axle. in the larorm .
tendon t Holtowav will direct an f"rlft":" etth lea 1nL ail.
I world-lontf and ad- '
wearing very Nee neeiss Se.t '0. 07i of
' k.
Indications Are;That Large,Number s! bexive, examination under the auspices of the
State educational department! which
Here Males a fceary load draw Jib alight
Students Will Be
of will be far State and primary certificates.
; oil*. Saves half the wear on to own up that I er '
r Mas... wagon and team, and increases the i MR VAUGHN WELL\ Idea that they were ... C:.: ,.:7"1Ie4
arsiagclpagttyof ettfit CAN best cleverest
,r TOM A. tCltra i pcop! _a (
Ask yoas dealer tot .HIM' AXIS: PLEASED WITH STATEHis you may feel suro that b J.rth.

' The Normal This Year Promises to be Or.rraa.STANflARO. .. Local .'Had Had-On 'Collision' will be found blowing a t hem tXJ

+fi i1' One of the Moat Successful Ever ;, With Palatka Prelflht.' da and Its*'people:' :

Held, In the State-Term Will be e eft. ..: Mind Has Been Disabused Regarding Mr. Vaughn paid spe
There head-on collision of j
"t .... ."" ........ was' a Gainesville. Hit b11Mttt
"' Opened Monday Morning. the Cltra local and a freight train ; Florida and People. Is r 1n J tf t:.

It.v'groW. MeG from Palatka. on the Atlantic CoastLine model up-to-date little itLs:\ b
;*Iuid..t' Daily ""R. ever aeeQ and I ha+
.: f.,. In" compliance with Instructions railroad at; Micanopy Junction PAYS STATE A COMPLIMENT he said. :ri o travc'ed: *,
Saturday morning, owing to a mi.onder.Undlne must admit that I
I ;1 from State Superintendent of surprised
of orders. of upon my arrijaj
: here
4 foatrtictUm Holloway, the State edmmer Prominent Seed Man Chicago Looked -. ftad. instead of a lot
normal. will open in this 'city There was no los of life, but Trainmaster of old wa:"
Florida as Good for Nothing structure, a town
Upon built
ti Monday morning, June 17, at 9:30 Pooser.' who sustained a up of
,, o'clock.. Already a large number. geography: English grammar HMra. sprained ankle, was' on the' But Raising Vegetables and Malaria business house and
of students from every section of the Ella Lp.V'. Hamilton principal Pooser was brought to But Was Happily Disappointed. dances, _and ,with, such Dlagu ,
i of the Primary Department of the his home in this city, and Is now walks And streets, and I am J
State have arrived and the indications ,It. H Vaughn, a member of the II''
: Starke High School primary method, under treatment of his physician to be honest enough' to sar that t
are that there will be from 200 Vaughn Seed Store. Chicago who hasbeen ,;
to 250 students-for: the term. reading<< Friends will be glad to learn that his in this city for the past ten days so much In love with Calamm.,

While the system of summer nor* I Dr W. F'. Vocnm dean of the TJnlveraltr Injuries are not serious, and that be (tn the interest of the firm, which was I this section that I am almost tea;i

male has been In. vogue in this of Florida, and one of trie will be out again in a few days. the defendant in a case of assumpsit to leave my business In Chicago

i' 8tats' for-many years, this promises most widely known educatore'of the The Cltra train arrived about an In which J. D. Strlngfellow was the somebody else and come and lit,,

,+, ,J to be the most successful ever held, Bouth, as Ip noted will be the prtocV hour late but H WAS necessary to plaintiff, is very much impressed with die among you good people."
r ;.' as under the new educational law, pal of the normal Other who hare send a wrecking traln.,to Mleanopy this section of the country If n Vaughn states that he Rp{

;; when alt matter educational. have been assigned to various positionsare Junction to clear the wreck. This is :Mr. Vaughn's flrst visit to return to Chicago at present bat i
visit several
been brought down to fc fine point, :equally prominent In the line the South Born and reared In Chi of the growers b 1
, the benefit is bound to be muchgreater. of education, ,and altogether the term A New Firm. cago be never fully comprehended the section who have been hlg ens

prom(* to prove one of the moat X>r. J. H. Alderman, for many yearsa glorious advantages of the South especially for many years.

; A faculty 6f the leading educator beneficial ever held in the State. dentist of more than passing note, Florida and had been taught

'l of the' State has been selected for this I'' The 'opening exercfae of the normal who Is known not only 1ft Gainesville to believe that there was nothing here

1. ',, normal) and Is as follows> ,. .which will be held In the build- but in several' other sections ba.taken but a rough country, capable only of CASTOR I.I
W P Yocum, Dean of the Unlveriilty Ing of the Oainemrllle Oraded and Into partnership Dr Jlarr)" L. producing vegetables and malaria

: ,of the State. of Florida,,:.principal'wycholoftTV High School. Will begin at 9:30 :Monday Pearce, recently graduated from 'the "I have always labored under the Vox Infant and Children.Be >.

: + 11. ; 'pedagogy, >.: ' morning' There will probablybe Atlanta Dental College one of the impression that Florida was merely KM YttfHara Always
(TW: E. D.I'bloe" principal of the Du an address of welcome by, :Mayor leading institutions of the kind In the nothing," be admitted in the lobby of

>al .111,11 School, botany.. zoology Thomas, welcoming the students to United States. the Brown House Friday. "I thought, Boars thefKcnataroof>
,-w.J4c.. '_ the city which will be followed, by" addresses Dr. Alderman is so well known in from what I bad been told that all

> Cfoo.. 'Mr. Lynch.'principat. of the, Jasper by County Superintendent Dr, hls% city and section that .it Is unnecessary the State was good for was to raise
Normal ,Institute, arithmetic 2, X L. .Kelly. Hon. Wf W Hampton to make reference. to him. produce to ship to us fellows up NOTICE OP APPLICATION
algebra. ,. geometry*, trigonometry of the board of trustees of' the except to' say that for several years North although I must admit that I DEED UNDER SECTION 8 OP FOR CHI T|
'Tom; F. MeBeath: principal of the. Ganeavflle{ .ub- chool district, and be baa enjoyed the most lucrative have compared Florida products with '888. LAWS OP FLORIDA

OalnesTllle Graded and Illgi School, others, practice in this section of the State. the products of other States and sections Notice i.hereby given that Melee l
Dr. who enthusiastic 5r, Pearce 1* a young man well known f_turlBff Oompaar pnrobasera of Tu
rhetoric English literature, Englishgrammar Yocura s and often' wondered why itf was Ode No. loss dated 3rd the dr of Apes
I, composition over the success of" this normal, declares here, having been, born and reared that Florida was good for nothing but 1 us*.have filed amid eertlfioaM In my oIIIee. application for tax deed Utau
t J. H Workman principal of the that he Is going to exercise In Gainesville. Ills graduating papers the production of vegetables and I'eordanea with law. Said eerie..*]
Ocala make the were of the very highest order, which br_..She oUowlnc-described propnv i
High School general history, every effort to it best sum fruits."I I sated. Alaeboa county Florida towlc
physical CeC>C1'apbarlthmetlo II, mer normal ever held in the State. ..a the best recommendation wbicn have changed] my ideas of I, tafland M. Seo. l. 'Jp.9S. R.IIHI
I The said land belne
orthography.W. He Is an excellent Instructor, .baa selected could be given him. Florida however since coming here, tbe Irauanee ofauoti eertinoatcli' tbti

H Russell, principal of the an excellent faculty, and there II The business will be continued at and I want to say that I am ''dead of Unless Unknown aaid eertlfleate cban be i

Marfc High.School! Latin, physiology, Is no reason why, this should not be the same stand occupied by Dr. Alderman stuck on' the country and your people, I eoordliHr to law, tax deed lesson
r tbe llttbdar of July A. D. loot ,
lien government.P I the e....,- as every Instructor is an I over the Dutton bank, and who are among the cleverest I have Wltaeaa toy official aimature and Ml I
11'' ( W Corrr Snmmerlin Institute Uv enthusiastic and-nn efficient educator j''It is needless to add that ,the newflrm ever met. They have treated me so the Iftth day: of Jaly A. 1)8.. 1007 H. WIENGISl 1

,41. history, Florida history, political The students are being assigned to will enjoy a fine .SU<<.... hospitably that I am almost ashamed; pd Clerk Circuit Court Al cJiu.i.e,rJBy
M s CUEVES.&CImmmuim
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d t Do You Ever Stop to Think


That TnE GK W HTDE' COMPANY has been in existence less than a year and a half-'and

;have Y'Otl noticed the rapid strides with which it has become the Dry Goods center of

Florida? .
Central ..

DO YOU EVER STOP TO THINK that we are here to stay, and have in: :a ,shot time'grown to be the largest deaaersf'in' Fine Dry

Goods in Central Florida?-and yet we have just commenced to grow. \- .', . \aDOITT : ,:.

YOU KNOW that we want you for; a customer, and we are spending our time and energy to secure the best possible values

in Dry.Goods and to *?ell them to you at the least possible price-that. we are looking for your future business.and'can't'/afford to take

chances on selling only.the best goods to be had for the prices 1

f -yg. a"we ::En.ough Confidence in Our Goods

., To. pay *Your Money Back If You Are Not Satisfied. Come to our store during the month of June and Iou can buy Dependable Dry

Goods much cheaper than competitors will want to sell them to yon Each day brings us new goods and big bar* amsJUJN w


t to JUNE fToilsehttUl Fornfiblrtffc.SPECIALS' tV> want to fenpreis June SpecialsIN I I In JUNE Fin White (}nndt SPECIALS. They std now white sad
a' the ..
the fact upon you tits there goods are sod at ahln. prlce they disappear like now before ea'

practically wholesale prices. LADIES FINE READY-TO-WEAR. GOODS-9TOCK' HAS .
Llnon* at 6, 8 1-!, 10, li. io 2aa41*
Bed Spread at 79, Sft, 9f, $1.80. *!..8.? PLEN13HED AKD MANY NnVrHINOS AWAIT YOU. 40klnchVhlt" Lawn at 8 1.a. 1O, 12 l-te.

Sheet Fall Sliat .t$. 49r $9 and 39e.Pilloir . More of the fig' Bargain In ShirtwataU 70, 848, ...4*, $l.ft .aad Cp. 9 Pine Persian Lawns at 10, 15, f V. *:I. 29e-

Oatef *< 10, li, 18. and be Won of ho splendid value In Fine Tal'ored Skirls at ,..'S, 92.99. f3.9S, Fine Imported French Lawn, PkrU )Ia1Ua1-
Towels l at 4, 7 1-2 S 1-2 le. 19 .'!, 19, 23
Table Linen at M, 8ftv59,.Bit clod $1.19. .Kew Jumper; Salt In small b'acV and; white oheeka, 'ffendid tot..traveling' Linen Lawn at 89, 7S, Me JaU >)t 1.
\.c ,.ait.-Sklrte are worth the trie. a k.d-Jane Sale. price. ....", and '7.9 7tUi
.".. White Wa&h flkbt. *' .r. 'I." fl.&H, $f.9% and Up.IQ ',\} .. JUNE
JUNE SPECIALSIn !t4tc T.Iae In MBlln.naderwe.r. I' ., SPECIALS
'. and MI.-waa'aireseee. :;; \ .. '/, In Ladl a' and Children'
Fine Milliner*. The klad that wilt .ppliril too , Hocferv
,: ... . Fast
'n Ladies: hose 10* war I l5
11, If yon Deed a Traveling' Hat aow.jH' 'LMkf t), JUN.E SPJECZXLS. .:;,. : "'Ut-alack Hose 13 LSei; ."r b. 9e
tune to ,..oor..I.t valua ChHdren 'se.l 1.+.. Fantxl. "' Ladles' Fine Lace /.tDf'1 wort \
.. IItoae
\ I Ladle.' Fla. ( K.o
dies Read Trimmed 11'r ;:. ll/c l wo ''
; : M.n'a"' seeks. Worth So. Ii ,for 25a t41ra'i Oraa *hl.,.4* No Worth.., Mti. ",. Ladl" Fine wee F1o.
:' ,. C" Men'a *eoles Worth ;t. Uo Mrit'a Dfa SWr+a M>a Worth .. 7k': Eesatiful Jfl01! in L.dl.' Black end \t1aI"
JUNE SPECIA M..W..Ta..worth. *5c . 1k bMn Dress Shirt Me WerttuM .$ ..&;: .",0.";Yenta. hOet.$1.2.Each.

.. .y.\\ Men"* Wah"TI: ''Worth 3S0.,.. SSo 0'a Or*** Shirts.. Worth 401, ..5.
!'i .Id Fancy Belts and WhiteVah Bait' .,. ;, Men'a too Worth.Men'a .. . Ito W.i%.. wnAftA..... sft* 'W.rtft. :. Me JUNE SPEC

& Toilet Water: rertomet, Cold CreanKTaloaro" . till .e, QMpnd 1&0 Worth. . 2So M.,,'. Underwear-Ski w....... fc,,t'f.0' In Fine Drees f1od..
10*., Men S nd rs $to Worth. . SOc Men. .. and Silk.
> Underwear *. Worth' ,. _., it .. Ilpe fur Fancy Silks: worth Mo 40rJ )'r P4
t.. FJnvVal.. ,, L* *., Torchon L.o.t. JPototd* ,P>,rl4 Men'a MandVaixhUf: &e Worth.Men'a . : lOo. Men' Underwear .*.. Wrth. ? . gr4l Silk. worth T bps for Fancy SUM |>

La. ***,_ Cheri' :-"dUf'ChI.f. 13c. :(.,.......oItIrof.: say eess..........I"ra"' Faaey Bltks worth *1_id 398 I. rt.JL A.e tiled
4: : {I..r all Ktbda. . ;. .... . . . tisttl .olth boo FliiBlaik f<< : .a .
'Worth k ..JOc """CSeat8pod c.-......W'tlew.t. .L ,,."'. for FI... Nyack Vollo worth f ;:

sY ., ''' '' ', '. .. W. HYDE CQMfAMY I East FJ i. .0t

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, 4 THE_ AIN SV1111 SUN; JTTNE 17, 1907

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gtun Atlanta Journal: One of the stal- W. ('. Drann. of Iconoclast fame. .. _

warts of Democracy and one of the wan ouce unkexl whether be WAS a

lhrember$1.190!........_riJ1..FJ... ,, veterans of national legislation i>ans' Baptist or an Atheist u rann's brilliant i-, ,, M4/I.N/41,

.., sues, Aec Of ConiisbeJ ed away in the death of United States English is remembered by all ,,;
o.ieI, '
_ ..__ ._ ..._:u. Senator John T. Morgan ot Alabama who read The. Iconoclast: before the CASTO RIA

-' Enrt ]fonda, a,4 Thursday who breathed his last in Washington tragic death Of its editor. Answering! |

at Gal.Desrllte Florida on Tuesday ni-bt. 'Within a feW days: the above 'query, lie wrote: I

:-_:. ,. be would have.' celebrated his. eighty- "I belong to no cult or creed butI I For Infants and Children.
and Publ'r. third birthday and"" thirty years of know beyond the peradventure of aI I

g ycCREARYEditor! that extended span of life "was spent doubt that the mighty universe la
The Kind({ You Have
; Snl'ca'J"1'lol'u' '..,. a.... a member. of the upper house of not without a master. Ills origin la y ,
TKKUB Congress. beyond my comprehension; I cannot ., . .
: : f..
a, Twice-a-Week Son $r a year;i'lx His civic career, long as It was, understand ,the creation; how then I Always Bought

Os, 500. single copies, 50.DV1EBTIBmo came to round out t. life of honor and can I comprehend the Creator I'' ACe taUePrcparatioarorAsslmilatlng -

RATXS t usefulness during the stirring day of know nothing of the future. I spendno uttToudandRetiuia-

Local advertisements, 15 cents a line the Civil war. He was a distinguished time ..pect.llaUngupon It-I am ling the Stnmflrttt ondlkmcla of Bears theSignature a
each addlieplsyed
,he first and 10 cents for officer of the Confederacy and If be overwhelmed by tbe past and at death

;OI1Illnlertion.advertisements for three, had done nothing more to endear him grip -with the present. At the grave

I and> 12 month ales.Irrisqe to the people among whom he lived God draws the line between the two -.- w '

I furnished upon application his name would have ranked high In eternities. Never haa living man Pronotes'DigcsUon.CheerAjLlncss

) and Death notices Inserted the annals of the South. lifted the veil Of death and looked I I Rest.Conlalns neither '

Obituaries, 6 cents a line. And yet the period of his military beyond 'Revealed Religion' was not Opium-Morphine nor Mineral. of

""" service was slight Indeed comparedto born of reason or nursed by knowledge NOT XAJIOOTJC.Apofrcl .

Ova CIPBBIHO LIST. the length of .time he spent In the ; it Is the child of love of pain II

m I Bun nce-a.WeekS Senate. and lives between the rosy breastsof

( ,Y.)Worldone :year.1( 68 One was always sure of finding him hope. There is a Diety. I have Bye a"tJU DrSINl.'D.7rJlDJ..
and the Atlanta Ga.) .r..1iJr.
h.Weekly Bun Constitution one year. 1 76 on the safe and conservative side of felt Ills presence and beard Ills voice.,

Sun[ and the Atlanta (Ga.) all public questions, _, and his high Integrity I have been cradled In His robe. AH .
S ao.w Jet / I In
SemiWeeklv: Journal one ;year. H50hV coupled with, his great ability that la or ever will be la but the visible I : a
;:;; ..
Son and the Sem'.We k1JTImetUnion force- and prestige to of God. Seek to know I
gave not
anything garment ".,.. s-I- -
one year ._.. . 1 ISO
he might say. His plans or purpose. I ask no written ,.
-We will not accept stamps of a But In his public career 'he was the covenant with God. for be Is my s. UseFor '

rjjer denomination than 3 cents. striking type of the man who dedicates father. I trust him without requiring Remedy rorCoMUp.a.. t

himself to a great Idea and devotes priests or prophets Indorse his tionSourStomachDiant ea. Ri

John F. Whitney a valued employ all the energy of his mind and not As I write my little son wakes Worms.Convulsions Loss ..Feverishaess SLEEK 1.Over

f The St Augustine Evening Record, heart to Its furtherance. It was witha and comes groping through the darkness -..-or

i dead. clear add prophetic vision that John to my door. lie sees the light facsimile Signature; of

Tr :Morgan long ago saw the Immeasurable shining through the transom returnsto

U )lr, Burr should be elected. Gov.or I benefit that would accrue to his little bed and lies down to NEW Thirty Years

be could then appoint his own the South by the construction of an dream. He knows that beyond the r

accessor as a member of the railroad Inter-oceanic canal. He was far and light his father keeps watch and asks 'YORK.PAQTI1DIA '

emission.. away the highest authority' on that no more. Through a thousand celestial

great undertaking. He was the unwavering transoms streams the light of ,

champion of the Nicaraugua God. Why should I fear the sleepof
Senator D. II. Baker' of Sumter "I
ntr would make an excellent mem- route and be was always' able to death, the unknown terrors of the .

r of the railroad commission, to suoi present vigorous arguments In support j starless night or the waves of the ewe rntrnfern....--. Mew v..e -- -'

i Mr. Morgan. of the faith that was In him. He"f river Styx Why should! I fear the r

...... steadily adhered to his conviction to sleep of death, with assurance from .

tne last and there can be no doubt the lips of men that the wisdom love -
Adjutant-General Foster has askedthe
I that there was much tobe said" In..' and power of my Heavenly father '
recall of Major Dapray. In-
favor of his contention. will, not fall?"
r of State troops, for the Na- COL3ON-QAY FARM MANSFIELD-ZETROUER. :.
aJ Government. But It Is not as the protagonist o>," .

the Nlcaraugua route' as against the The from
advice The
< following
------ -- -- --- This Farm. Located at Arrtdondo* la Marriage of Two Popular Young Pea

The Packer, a New York publica* Panama or. anV'dTtier"should mutCwlhgt,,>L e, Miami Metropolis Is applicable to all Making Large Shipments.One ple at Roch "..
be remembered. For many Vrt S#a town at this particular-.
on devoted to the Interests .of fruit of the moat ''successful farms The home of }oIl'. and Mrs. 8, 0..
he had
weary years to combat all ofdbayear
son : "Get out the brooms,
A truck growers Is deserving thetroaage in this section this year. will be the Zetrouer Wednesday morning was
the which opposed the rakesTtHs
powers con
the the
of the public. It Is fearless struction of any kind of canal. The lawn mowers.; ti wheelbarrow, the Colsou. & Gay farm at Arredondo the scene of a most beautiful wedding.
>4 outspoken and never hesitates which It seems bas been the .
particularlyfavored contracting parties being )fr, 1..
great transcontinental railroad inter.eats'
carts the trash csAm, _the boxes, the
the fakirs.
expose by nature. Elmo Mansfield and Miss Lula Zet-
were always at work not lit the soap, the'mopa.. th e scr bung brushes,
... The Bun a few days ago stated that rouer. The attendant were Mr. EL .
but In subtle and hence
open a more the lime, the disinfectants the
A vet and dry election will be held dangerous fashion to undermine this spray- from ninety acres of' cantaloupes the Walt and Miss Susie )Mansfield. N.
era, the hose and let Intelligence
Santa Rosa county on July 3rd. project of a canal across Central America. 'take CleanfcuP" yield promised to be tbe moat pro.liSa W. Colman and Miss nub) Griffin.
lit prohibitionists are confident ofIDe of any similar tract in the The bride and groom marched to-
The energy and ingenuity with the flanks, and rear aa well aa the' I
the fight and In that event ty. and tt}at the manager ban the altar stopping directly under 'the>
which he uncovered the source of this fronts. Clean trp everything that needscleaning
re will not be 4 saloon ;between ref a caal. ,offer of 94.000 for the floral bell. Rev. J. II Mathewaon.ln
opposition laid bare Its hollow
and ; and do' it well. It la big
aittcola and \ ; vines. the ..
Jacksonville. crop OTfitbe At time some beautiful word and. eloquent language
arguments-'glve t lm a clear claim to job for one! day. but by keeping at
of the'radicted that the refusalof pronounced them husband and'wife
The office'of the considerntlonpt the people. He It for two or three day we can have .
railroacommissioner *
this off serious mistake
Kaa a ,
Is not to b> 'remembered merely as a'spotless There
town. are a lew people
teems to be the most sought but it Is aboifl develoP that The decoration
the partisan :xiflAe: ..Nicaraugua route, who now were beautiful, th-
ought to be bathed.
tcr It is one of the most Importantof but as the advocate of a canal as --- the manager haa iawevel bead In ,e- entire room being almost a ,bower or

public trust within the gift against the combined opposition of --- fusing. 1-" roses. ferns, palms, trailing "vines and";:
the people and candidates should selfishness and .obstruction. While The trial' commenced In Washington This farm began I ..weet magnollaa. Two larae..J9l

'required to demonstrate their fit the final decision of tbe Government : this week of Edwin 8. Holmes, load ahlpment Monday, and during 7fonnln ttlmA1. of *e-

* for the place. was not In 'accordance with his 'specific formerly Assistant Statistician of the the week closing today an average oC con e.. hung from th*

recommendations. It Is in a large Department of ,Agriculture who I* one solid carload day will Dave been decoration back of the floral belt

Governor Hughes. of New York is measure due to his presentation of charged with being responsible for consigned to the market of the The bride was attired In a #
* often mentioned in the the "leak" In the crop report almost North. The fruit Is exceptionally
pubUc the needs of an Inter-oceanlo canal I fine I of silk crepe d* chin over white aaiha.
M these days Presidential two year ago Holmes was a small and la bringing : and altogether
as a that the project. In some form, was good price, trimmed with Irish point lace,: white

iablltty, but we would' not be sur- finally set on foot and he must be Government official but he managed I it looks now as....the owners) the groom wore a handsome* ,suit ,ef'

1 to see him the Republican allowed to participate In. the glory of to get rich' while' in office and Invested .of 'this farm .will make a. fine 'thingfinancially conventional. black The .U.......... ,

*la ee. He Is without doubt the the achievement. In apartment houses, and did from their cftorta. were all richly costumed acq' 4

t man In his party. other thing that Indicated an Incomefar presented a moat attractive
Senator :Morgan was a native of appear
beyond: his salary He claims that They" are talking about this one '
ante to the already pretty awns.
Tennessee. but his life haa been almost
1\* EbyCommissioners andllber. he made his money In mining speculation and that one running for Congress
After the cllnt dtenf
exclusively Identified with Alahxura I ceremony an 1
of the school board now ret but this is a. point that, will against Frank Clark. The fellow who
and she may well rank him as was served In superabundant. VAt
t tour dollars per day salary and be brought out in his trial. The wants to keep his scalp'. had better
among her most gifted and devotedsons. I 1:90 they drove to the depot' JXboarded
1* charge against him la to let Frank alone. A large
w. They conspiracy majority
hereafter be noml- ,
The people of that State will the train for Plhamr O er*
<*' by their defraud the Government ot the people of the Second Districtare :
respective districts In- render him a high tribute of gratitude, gla, the hope of the groom, frog: ,
< ot the county at large; the law now that he has gone to rest,and the entirely satisfied with his service) I which place they will proceed"*

fIDe been changed in this respect people of the whole country make due They say that Tallahassee was so and Intend to keep him.ta CongressStarke -' Jamestown and other point to spend:

acknowledgment of his energy, ability quiet Saturday night you could have Telegraph.f\ their honeymoon. The bridal present;

wnor Hughes of New York Te- and incorruptible I tegrltT.Farm.en. heard the dew drop the ice scream It would be a waste of any man'sUp. were numerous thus testifying largelythe

"* the two-cent-a-mlle railroad bill the brick walk and the' fence' rain but to run against Frank Clark for; love and esteem of their. manffriend -

"the ground that the companies we don't pretend to aay lf. so. All Congress in this district, and it In *. ,".
small merchant and '
** Dot the big beads have left there and the equally a waste of any man's words The I mot
pay expenses at that rate. householders. In fact will groom one o| fh*
and wind to be urging such a candidacy
tile above
sounds rather
chostnuttysTampa -
railroads known &ad' .
most popularyoung -
cannot make a profit be Interested In the war that the De- Mr. Clark's Congressional record
ni Passengers In New York at Tribune. I men of .7ae1lson..JI1.: II* hold'
partment of Agriculture t: waging
s sob a mile, how be Oak hall It off. There waa no atmospheric baa thoroughly commended him a very responsible position, being dls( ..
can they against the rats and mice. The department his ;
to constituent and be la so solidly
I 4** to do so In States of much has just Issued a email' condensation: neither did : patcber at the B. A...!L at that point..
)opclstlon' pamphlet for free distribution giving I the cookies shriek the compressed" I fixed )n their confidence that something and .la- quite popular '

clay pedeatrlanate, nor the enclosure very U"e" general derision Th bride t* on*' of our' fairest and,
the latest and ben Advice ot its expertson aeoffo moat beautiful .
Z- young ladle and .
/ ;
Jerry rat trapping and poisoning, rat I
: : negro physician I to displace'aim.Live Oak Democrat..
hM'e I favorite for her affectlonat aced wt ,,;,
who afone'UnKTTe: proof building construction, the protection ---- --'"'-- l '+

tiC IIa (0alneTUl. baa been held I of poultry houses, corn cribs Our Lake City friends can no long Daily shipment of ptoeappU' from dl.-polllltlo1l. fl .

bo 1 bond on the charge of steal- and the Uke. Its said that the dam i er claim that the University of Florida the lower Kant Coast now exceed They will mAke Jacksonville .their ,;'I.... '.

a 1tace In this Is hard : is not located In' the city of future Lome A.OUKST.ItochrtI ,.
of the examination: : age by rats country twenty cor. The foreign export will
ova! :;1gned by Superintendent .1' to calculate but It amounts to more I Gainesville.-Gainesville Sun. probably be greater this :year than .. June 14 f., fNortcB

I . ..... ._ ._. .. _.. .....
No. Irs yours Ura. Sun. We -. -- ,,
to the Dradford county each year than from all other animal were ever before This.... >merely liit-'odno- - -
bout. Jerry Is always In some pests combined. The pamphlet on : scrapping a 'little for our rights in Inc a delicious fruit to many thousands I or AtfUGATioi*' Font TAX: :
If troQb1e.' I the matter and we got them In ails trannsK niumox or CHAPTKK:
ought to be popular publication a
rat killing a of person who never had R 48..*. LAW or swnIDA.Coqreeieeema.4 .
and U certainly very prctlcal measureWa want to say though chance to .*t it before When the

we rears and a balt from one In this conwetkm, that 'we DOW.
dee.e the 4th day of MuVotnbWrA. ,...
be Miami Metropolis. 1* the -.--------- what our neighbor arranged td do incase will be difficult to satisfy It without ..... .... ..W e.r..,..... IN ors:U.eaa.r,. +

let 'y the F.E. C. Railway Com- Our Southern right, title and inter we had won trader the Bnckmanact a very. great increase of the ,red o iee h e..4deewe coeds sa+tdIeeagrn nR w.seid tee sea e+en4.dA..

tax running Its first through eat la Mr. Roosevelt I. now DO longer -Lake City Index._. acreage devoted to this fruit Th* eels, =.: earn tonowloa de.ere..a prnpr
ere Aaoe es* ee' m waes.owlu
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&to ke7 West. And there were an open question. In hi. speech' --- --- l future of pineapple" ewrture f* golden. rev of 1Mf4.aN WI of ScM see. a,n.'.,.
e .......
e pte who ace upon a time on Georgia Day at the Jamestown Th. farmers of Maoclonny will engage The domestic consumption fa lnrr..a- 7Re-4 isa.) beds at Up* *,fMf<, .fsjfcij' .,

"a BOW declare the feat of Exposition Monday. b. tearlessly extensively: In stn.wb<< rr-r .cottar lug every year while Jh* foreign U'k'::swe 01 ewb essUSesNJ ",. < '

njl-'oad across the Florida stated that h. wa half Southern and the coming ....,... This was trade ha yC hardly paaaed then expwrlmental' siren r ;
e 1Wactleablei virtue of his Georgia formerly ot tbe moat. stagsC It wH3 b ** ...... ::' ......C
It ? This 1* the day half Northern by' ODe profitable >mafcd '** 1Mb Ar Juls4.IXUM 'Im. ...LiJJl' .
** triumphs over brawn the mother. As to wMch', bait I*, the industries fa ta*>, vicinity of Oalnes- when it 1* shown that 'the y-k.&p.!e WI UMW* sear .m.UiMktey Mrweare are 5S5. ...M.
ot.teas.A, "
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lit ea nrinc man** worth best we are not 'tnAt..t to **jr.Oak .- rUIe. bet for- some reason K''bas ben tan b* shipped l assess ....**A. .oe +ees. '. .. wi.rtcarawdi'I- .
tSea. aLa.n4oae4. !ally.dI'imwUakn." v a.C'tMw'r .. .Co..rba .
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; CHARGED WITH RAPE Great suffering is the Jot of all women who neglect the 1iea1th: of theIr wa '

'WRIGHT manly organs. -No reason to do so, any more than to neglect a sore the

DISCHARGED f o r colic, or any other disease, that the right kind of medicine will cure. Ta>

1 .Court Ruled That Prosecutrix Was

y Not A Competent Witness. Ladles Wine of Cardu:


\ '. for all your womanly Ills. It can never do harm and is certain to do good. :

a' ', Strobhar'"' Case Again Continued, OwIng "1 had suffered from womanly troubles
Mrs. Same H. Blair Johnson City Term., vrltes: for sly, ;
:'* . to Illness of Defendant-David. HIS teen months :and had four doctors but they could not help me. until I began to take Wine of Car ; .

1 'Iy'. son Heavily Fined-Thomas Bribery Now I think I am about veil" At all reliable Zirugglats. In $1.00 bottles. Try It. '

,ei..,..:, Case Resulted In Mistrial.' _. US faafr COPY v.l.eeles-parsne.aatea. and Book for be W sent_le. p1.lnAAtrn. UAdvke :
t WRITE A LETTER taunt age. =
3 ..... ..desrrlb.1.i Your..::' f1.Hnr .- r.wI&' N.n "
$, :.); From" Saturday's Daly Sun

;fJ: While apparently little was accomplished -

at the Session of the cir
.11 n l'I In and privileges
cult court Friday, It was a strenuous Fell Ocad: at Doctor's Gate. ness or businesses to be engaged Indent to corpora
I(' shall organized and
said ,
DEATH HAS CLAIMED and transacted by company and bt
\.\ day and a day of Important events Marietta (fa. June 14.-WUJ be as hereinafter mentioned and set of the laws of the State of *

t'' before the tribunal, because It involved Lockfcart. 'a mulatto aged-25 y.ara.waB forth, vix. III.-lae amount of the Florida:;J

at the beginning the questionof SENATORJJ MORGAN murdered here Tuesday night by General Banking Business. I stock ot this <"OTpOrationhaa
unknown parties. He* was stabbed enty-flve thousand
a life which, was hinged upon the banking busi ; (1165!\
In the neck the JUKul r vein being Transacting a general to be divided' into sewn hundred
competency or incompetency of tberostc1t1ns -- to have full power to *
ness; exe-rctce.1 f fifty (750) shares of the
to walk
severed but be man ted par vmhuT
wtu(, which was, to be Alabaman I I by its board of directors, or one hunured dollars: ($100)
PAPSCS? Away at the about two blocks to a doctor's residence thorized/ officers or agents subject to ) i
I which shall be
decided by the court. This was the subscribed
falling dead just as be openea i law, all such incidental powers for in lawful and r.iJ
case of the State vs Sam Wright, a National CapitaL money of the
the rite A negro .woman Lula: may be necessary to carry on the States.
negro who was charged with the "**' "- of banking by discounting 'a.1 l'
Holmes, who was with him Just before ness IV. -The term for which\, '
: "serious crime ot criminal; assault upon IN BAD HEALTH FOR YEARS., he was stabbed, is being held on I negotiating promissory notes poration shall exist shall be that

I the person of Nettle Jones a wee ft" .*, ______ suspicion. I.ock'hart was a rather bad of bill debt of exchange by receiving and deposits other by buy nine years.' i

l ,bit Of a girl only seven years of age Fora. Long Period Senator MorganHad character, having served a two )'eat"term ing and selling exchange coin bull I V<-The business of the said cot

' and' for "which the penalty, it convict Represented Alabama In the In the penttentifTy, ,n. and by loaning money on personal I tlon shall be conducted by the folio**

.d. is death and real securities; to purchase. bold officers: a 'president, one or
There were no witnesses in thiscase Senate-He Was Regard.d as One Negro Convict Shoots Guard. and convey real estate, a* providedfor .vice-presidents a cashier and a i

against Wright except the little of the Leaders of that Body Newton Oa June 14.-Ivey King, I agencies by law in; any to establish city or town branches In this or tary, and a board of not les.: thai

'girl and when the defendant was arraigned Washington, Jane 13.-United 1& negro convict In Bowers & Kendall I i state, and exercise all the necessary and(5) directors.secretary The office of ** _
>pleaded States ''' '' f'o.nfP.' about 10 miles Tsouthweit of and functions of a banking may be held t
and not guilty and Senator John Tyler ,Morgan powers the same person, who need
,the jury called and sworn the prose- of, Alabama, for thirty yearsa I this place shot: and fatally wounded institution for the transaction of a be a stockholder of said to
of I Arthur 15 run son, the guard Tueiday general banking business under the I poration. The number of
cutrix was examined by the court member the upper house of congress laws of the State oti the of the
and pronounced, after a thorough exialnatloB -, chairman of the senate oem- Nd particulars have been learned i Florida provisions in reference thereto. To engage ''I ors may be fixed from time to to
only tbat the guard had several convicts I by the by-laws but at no time-it
;" incompetent. The jury mlttee on !intoroceaalo canals, and in, carry on and transact the be
I it less than five (5)
tn the woods when King and another mop tfc
.. .wets therefore instructed as a matter prominent as a brigadier general \tiethe '. general business of a safety deposit nine (9). ,Thee board of director

.,:? ,trot form, to ,return a verdict of not confederate army, dfed aC his convict slipped up on him and I vault company, to procure or conI [appoint a secretary and cashia n,
suitable vault for the
King shot him with a Winchester rifle. struct or
dome here such other officers and
[ : Tuesday night.Senator'
agenu ofcorporation ft
:and the t
guilty prisoner released.
was In.
of ,
convicts and[ safekeeping papers ,
'' Both of the escaped 'except the president
Morgan bad been in bad tnvicepresidents
has : bonds, 'wills deeds
The defendant, who been inprison several left struments. moneys, \ ,
Sheriff Perry wjth men having such
'' health for a number of years, but bad and valuables, pow w
j wares, property
forxseveral weeks, was represented and terms of office
and overtake duties ai
here to try them. nay
less I character nature, in
4 more or regularly attended the I of whatsoever or
_ ; by, Goo.V.. Scofleld and E. O. I provided by the by-laws and ancer <
suitable boxes or vaults for safekeeping
session of congress, lie suffered and agents so appointed br i
Baxter. Am.erlc.Wlne Another. Champlenshlp. for any person or persons, corpora
from angina pectoris, which was the board may be removed at any tin
Strobhar base Continued. ". cause of his'death. London, June 14.'America. captured at ion, their agents or representatives, the discretion of said board cl(

'' Id: the celebrated cane ot the State At the bedside were his daughters another championship at the upon for such such compensation terms and conditions or charges and rectors. The directors, president!
International horse show here Thursday .vice-presidents shall 'be elected bit
of' Florida vs. .1, N. Strobhar, charged# for such rental protection and serviceas
Auditor B, A. B. McLay's chestnut stockholders at each annual! m

F the said corporation determine
with embezzlement (two counts), the may The annual meeting of this i
gelding, winning the cup presented from time to time.
particulars of which have so often upon, I lion shall be held on the second: 'h
Sir Iee Knowles for the best
t been published that it is now unnecessary by horse General Powers., day in January of .each year.
light barnes for which there
I date of each annual meeting man
'' to review the To act as the agent factor broker,
same cases '
the keenest competition. C.W. .
was changed by the by-laws The t*
were continued upon motion of the Watson Baltimore or representative of any person or shall meet the second T
,, of took first or corporation, for their holders on
persons or
..attorneys' for the defense until the : l r prize with Lord Baltimore and My agents or representatives, in the purchase i j day in,January A. D. 190S. att

fall term, .on account of the illness Maryland, and Alfred O. Vanderbilt sale mortgage management, I office of this corporation at Gate

of the defendant. II + third prlte/ with| Columbia and HighBoy care or maintenance of any property.I eleven villa. Alachua o'clock county mOo for the Florida i
a pcjwot
fc I
D. M. Davidson was arraigned upon ; In the tandem classes for horses real or personal its rents. Issues, holding the first elction of offlw
products or profits or in regard to
,+ a charge of soiling liquor in a county I exceeding 16.2.Steamer's. the adjustment, settlement or' payment I and transacting such other bas *

voting against the sale of same Defendant of any loan or incumbranc! may properly come before ui I

Was arraigned and plead I Malden Voyage thereon, tC go under or execute any I disposed of at said meeting' a l
meeting shall be the first annual t
't guilty He was ,assessed u. fine of New York. June 14.-The steamer of power said of attorney in relation to any,I ing of the corporation. 1

$76 here on her deeds property, mortgages executing or and other delivering instruments .I Until the officers elected at the*

was suspended pending future. maiden voyage from Hamburg. The affecting the title to such annual meeting shall ta quaHK

k, good 'behavior of the defendant In the { V N steamer' had considerable i hard weather property, or creating or releasing j the business of this corporation ib

'second. 'and the third was not pressed during tiro voyage but the qiicera liens thereon to purchase, own, sell be conducted by' the following n

The case of State .... Samuel J. exams norm T. MOROAM. say she proved herself an admirable encumber mortgage and dispose of officers :
lands. products thereof, and properties President-W. R Thomas .:
boat. The liner
Mist Mary Morgan and Miss Cornelia sea brought
slaughter charged with selling mortgaged
real and personal, of every kind and W. On
/, Morgan, both of this city, and 32 saloon. 144 secord (cabin 26S third First Vice-Presldent
property, was continued by motion description whatsoever, and liens. encumbrances .Second Vice-President
of the attorneys for defendant. bis secretary J. O. Jones. class and 2.554 steerage passengers or mortgages on such Broome

Mr. Morgan attended to his con- The President Lincoln was built at real or personal property. of Secretary .and Cashier, )Abet
Thomas Bribery C.... ..r..lonaldutlea at his home here Belfast. She is of 1.803 gross tonnage any nature, duration or for purposes '

The afternoon was consumed In the until about a week ago. Since that and carries a crew of 3SO men. which are lawful, to subscribe Turner And "ectora-W. R.Thomasf m

trial ot the .case'of the State vs. J. O. I time fee sad been cbnnned to his bed. hold for for investment, purchase, or otherwise receive, ,own sell, Chase, H. F... Dutton. G K Brooe,

Thomas audWilliam Thomas, charged ! Mr. Mot&'fLn' was a democrat and Beaten by Highwaymen; Man Dies dispose of, mortgage, sublet, pledge, I J. Thomas J. A. Maultsby and *,

with attempting to bribe a grand Jury : was born la Athens Term. June.20, New York June 14.-.*A&ujt Meyer Hire, lease or convey wherever possible Nichols. I
The defendants were arraigned and 1824. a w..ll>to-do shoemaker of Brooklyn .. or lawful any stocks shares. VL-The highest amount
bonds, securities ness or liability to which the o
pleaded. not guilty, whereupon jury Ills home In Alabama wan at 81- was -so 'severely beaten by three receipts or other obligations notes, warehouse or: , tlon shall at any time subject I
was empanelled ,as follows W II. lOa, where the funeral will take place, highwayman Thursday that he died a of any kind, either of any per shall not exceed the amount j

' Bills, J. tl. Jarvis. J. W. pngllsh, W. the' body probably being taken from few hours later in a hospital. One son, persons or other corporation. { capital stock at such time

P. Moseley, II. J. Riles. Oeo. P. Smith. here Thursday. of the alleged assailants, Nicholas and bold the owner and holder thereof, paid tn and remaining nod

Testimony was taken argument Mr. Morgan had held a number of 7nntanor. a yenta *f M years Is to exercise all the rights, privilegesand f| by losses or otherwise excepted wror
Important offices beside that of senator miter arrest. powers of ownership thereof, to i I said company may become
presented, and case turned over to not eioI -
In the represent the same and exercise any liable to an amount
Irk 'jury' and at.9 o'clock: the jury report- Including membership voting power thereof, and conduct any
; _d, that they could not agree., h.ncel Hawaiian laws commission and arbitrator NOTICE: Of INTENTION TO APPLY business or transaction In connection I I count of demands of the utllll\
on the Behrlng sea fisheries. with or appurtment thereto in this i I lowing: ,
a mistrial was ordered. by the courtand : His chief active Interest In the senate FOR LETTERS PATENT-THE or any other State or county to In. ;'. 1. Money deposited with or i ii "

," the jury discharged. In recent year bad been in connection DUTTON CANK. vest the proceeds thereof in such I i I eel by the,company. *
"" State Attorney Rivers, however, with the isthmian canal question, manner as may be prescribed by the 2. Bills of exchange or drsfu
f ..stated to the court that, there was noevidence : advocate of the laws of the State of Florida or by I against money on deposit to tht
_? against J O. B. and I He was a persistent Notice is hereby given that the undersigned ' any regulations made under or In pursuance cf the company' or due thereto
Thomas Nicaragua route. and made, .'a number will apply to the Honorable' thereof or by the bylaws of 3. Liabilities to the BtockBoK1"the
requested .that the case against him 1 of notable speeches} during his long N. n. Droward Governor the State said corporation or in the discretion company. for dividends and
I4 be nol pressed,which was so ordered. but unsuccessful'fight fer the adoption lot Florida at Tallahassee Florida on of the proper officers or board of di profits.
of a Nicaraguan waterway.. In the the 8th day' of July A. D. 1907 for rectors of this corporation not I neon- VH,,-Th* names and re M 1
I Letters Patent Incorporating Th .I tent with'W. said laws the incorporator *
i canal In of the State subscribing
Steamers for Oemulgee.. bearings on the quvetloB
( Bank, under the following proposed of Florida or any regulation made corporation together with the
,Macon, Ga June H.-At a meet- committee and on the floor Mr. Morgan charter the original of whichis under or in pursuance thereof to con. of stock subscribed by each.

'tag of the Mucon business mea In.t.d I 'took an aaU.epU't. despite his now on '111* in the office of the duct any part of Its business or busi follows:

..'..... In river hipping plans were great age and falling strength. Secretary of State of' the State of nesses to have offices and agencies. W. R. Thomas. Gaineu' :M.
:shade for the castruetloa of tw. .Florida and a copy of which la now to employ officers rind agents at such 200 shares. >
on Lie with the Comptroller ot the places In this State and other C. W. Chase Oalnesvill
learners t* b* used on the Ocmulg** LITTLE BOY TR4BO KOR_ MURDER and States ,
State of territories and In 200 shares.
s. ,afr'otn Macon to the sea The boats i Florida.W. R.; THOMAS. tries ** maT be hQulllte and necessry coun.- O. K. Broome. Gainesville

wH;Dave a maximum, capacity of 140 i H. .Entered Pies of
. teas each, The. navigation company.C .n'.d. J. A. MAULT8BY. new and furthering the ends of such H. F. Dutton. Oalnesvin

watoa. "W.. B., ,,Small Is preeMeat.wU :C3batt. aco.ra, TSMI.. JaDe 13. M. F. BUTTON eerfwraUon such necessity to be de 10 shares.
eoastntet' tea boats .. Mex n. Wlth'' tear-stained rate, bare-> c e within tare Dave Tiss letjOB Nt.t1M O. 1C. BROOMS ot its board ot directors to hoc 10 share
,.e, will b* la 9raUoa XO-year-eM row [ CampvilI .
""""""""""* the J. A. Maultsby.,
I....... O.nftzUe. bogus atC ertmlnal' oourt Tttrs4esy to answer t.* ;& ortga<<* andbiDs of sale same pledges br SO share. ;

....; the 'chart. of the &>M> of Joe MoOormaek. Proposed Charter of the Dutton Bank. deeds, bonds, note, contracts cove- State :
Florida. )
1. old, ,ta Bat G&attaaooga. n>fTho undersigned hereby associate Sttv'Sr< mrnUl and obligations of I Alachua County.. ) -
ay tiMMnselvea together for tae I
; May IX last. purpose & whatsoever for the further- Before me personally !::..
.I coIiDiT14MK 0t. "4 aplea ot oomiBK incorporated and forming ante:: of IU porpoeea and business in- R. W Gh
By agr..aiept. tae 1>01' a corporation under: and by virtue of I eluding contracts Thomas Charles d
of.'plltJ'. to the , ...1.-1, the law of the Stat of Florida with tlona or.other 1n4eotUl'ft agreemontsT between op. Droom. H. F.: Dutton Joha each/ dare ,

tary manslaughter: ,ant MB);aaateae and: ruder the following charter I aid corporation and Individuals thor ols and J. A.. Maultaby <* be -
well known to n
W was ft u 4 at eleven aeontba Misl "ea* I.-Ta* name of this corporation I other corporations, and between said the todrvlduals described! '. ..

D tr-Bta days ia the .wor\cbo Bau Tale shall b* Tb Dutton Bank. and its buai i, corpontJoG and anT foreign aoTern. subscribed to and eseearted tIf!
...atenc was..e..B. li Reynolds aad tae boy was, I. for. SBBM be conducted la the State [ State, or any SIMs .r, Territory. inoorpers-os,, and aevetalll
''" ot Florida aswl other State ot the United C'OGIaty or -I.IIt7.. CW' tIte tII
'aN'; CN .u\borl- .secuud ,
It ex ast' II to ta* reform school* A\ .... edged that he
::, State ot America aDd in foreignpwntrlea. ;. "ieet... .._, Ian the BWVOSVM therein ex>>
i 'ssoews'a te .t r.IIO.nWM IYM :' of .tile tJM Doe..... oC u... In witness whereof- bare

( eee. rteMM .trM.w4 e10CS M' taMee4'S' TTauaew.s yourseM tato a dtWrsolat' s.lbe. corporation raWtM to ..... seek b1'. .Iawa b gas set sjtr.fcB 4 and a ::
/ / +raa+aeAaeM sal oon ,, ww n. row:a w torywm e.wea ,. jau __the said company shall bee said beat, urn* a ae rar too ....... .. 1M7.
at -lrsbWaw'ue, birches powerer. as nslybbsl laeidead to tx ca.iIL) -: w t 8I -
.1f'iupplldVt: .Mil that -iriMac! and t ..,.,...... CIOII..ftlNat to tics p.aryese .' b-4rrl. '8taa of
kM., sisters orf. 'lattnre. nt said oarMaMlu._ '1'0.! .. .. .
eNSMtt 3. plrture eat this \0... else asd, :
easier aM
pia ts.e.
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to Controversy::: Between ''Himself ADMINISTRATRIX' NOTICE TO r

STRINGFELLOW and Commissioners. ,1- CREDITORS.

FOR Editor Sui: : I HP in the proceed .
Notice Ie hereby given that all
tubs of the County C omnxl.ssloiif: ,;
creditors, distributors. or other per.sons
they have anked that the Go\ernor
for Vaughn Gave holding claims or demand
Attorneys me from the office of lusttrrQl
remove against the estate of \V. D. Seigler. de
Lice Motion New TriaLItONQ the and something
of peace; allege
ceased must present the same to the

.\ wl-ong about, the payment, of jurorsand 1 undersigned for payment within two

witnesses at an inquest held over
DRAWN-OUT years from the first publication of
i unknown Kow I tan going .
au negro. this notice and ft failure'to do so ..nitlte' 5
to the facts about this matterand '
Lnt t Legal Talenton plaid In bar to any: action to recover .
Array let the people of this county judgeof the *. .:
on same
Sides, and Witnesses '. thd of which I am accused: t
tJ'I' wrong FOR RIIEVMATiSM CUTS SPU-'KS. All persona owing the; said estate
m"oll.d All the Way from Baltl- 'Sometime In' January of this year ACITDC CURE WOUNDS, OLD SORES. CORNS. nUN must the rat
CALLS pay same to ttxt undersigned
MattersFrIday's it wad reported to me that a dead IONS BRUISES CONTRACTED '
Court ''tr.r..
negro was found gear here I had SCADS i
Dally Sun. : BURNS nc. LULA D. SEIOLEU, Administratrix

Dod for; then,plaintiff a 'Jury summoned; and we all went to AN ANTISEPTIC of the Estate of \V. D:{Selgler.'
fre the Jury stops Irritation subdues. Inflammation
the place 4iod< found the body of a "' 1:
Strlngfellow In the sum, of I and drives out Pala. Deceased ; t
who had been dead
several -
.. '/ iegro man J. )'f. RIVERS Attorney for De
days, and after viewing the body PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tissues, promotes fendant. .". '. \
Lit not have been the exact free circulation of the Blood the Muscles .
a giving natural
may the jury went to work, with whathelp ....
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ent of the Jury which has for elasticity. t I {.
myself and the constable could NOTICE OF APPLICATION IFbit TAX
and a half been sitting on
days give them, to try and ascertain who DEED UNDER SECTION t OIT OHAPTEBam. .
[ease of J D. Strlngfellpw vs. the the man was and bpwvhe came to LAWS orNottoe FLORIDA. ', ;

gbn Seed Store, and 'who have its death but after several days' inquiry U b -rebv elves! that W S. TIr00w..' ,'
destiny of the case In the ; CURED OF PARALYSIS .rob.-r or Tax Certittot No, e!.>' 4
the and after examining a number dated the tnrt day Ot (*..|H mber A. IX
cf their hands. true, ba" died MM o."-1&\0"". ia tar.
bt dally reviewed of witnesses they failed to Identify W. S. Bailer P. O. True Texas, writes: UM,. ofnee, and baa mad appl) atton for tax ,deal i ito
I.u case has been with la '*-110 la aooonlano with law. Hatd!! crtm-
the dead man or learn anything about wife had been suffering five years paralysis
oata embrac the d rlt
hence It In unnecessary followU :M' > Mt 'M'UPerl. -'
The Sun, how he came' to his death. 'They rendered her arm when I was persuaded to use Ballard'sSnow .>' Utuated la AUohua eouDty.'FlailJa
o Into the details. It ,may be Liniment which effected a complete: cute. I wi'
however ..t.hefr'erdlct accordingly. Then, have also used it for old frost bites and skin N M ot Nw ,... K 1 1 or S. 1-4 and Nw 1.. of,
reminder sores
a .
cloned as N* 1 1 See. ICV Tp. s d? R. i --ftu aore
of civil action, in according to law I made out the eruptions. It does the work.ItBEST' Th Bald Uiwi bvtmr MBw>ed at lbs date of
It was case the ......_.or snob eeruttoste to r
pay rolls for the jurors and witnesses ONCE ALWAYS USED the name
J D. Strlngfellow., a well- LINIMENT ON EARTH TRIED. of Unknown.Uril _
h or tor as many, of the witnesses as I REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES .."BaM eertlfleat. shall be redeemedaxt

n trucker was suing tbe Vaughn could get at easily sornto of them THREE SIZES 25c 5Oc and $I.OO oordlnir to law tax deed will 111.8 tbereon oo
of Chicago In the sum : tb. tub day or June A. D lair. ,
Company living at a distance from my home \Vttn M mjr ontclal alvnature and aeal tble qq
1.900. damage alleged to have acid BALlARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.ST. the Und der. of May A. U. Iwr.
and I did not 'tee all that was before M. II VriEVtfKSI
from the direct result ot'seed LOUIS U. S. A. Pd'Clerk Ctroult_ Court A>aehu4 <' Pl..
defendant to Mr. he jury. These pity rolls were sent B, M. H:CHKVKS;'k C
the company
tIl in January before the February :
ngfellow, said seed it is alleged NOTICE O)' APPLICATION >X>R TAX
meeting of the board. The board did
properly propagating* 'resulting SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY DICED UNOEU SECTION s pP CHAPTtK4HH :
the plaintiff not pay the bill at that meeting, but .. LAWS Or FLOttlDA. p
lerloua loss to
till has been one! of the longest* ab9 it a week after the March meet. --vv : lI:_ J"OSNS ONFLORIDA Notice !. hereby riven that J. J. I
of the board I received a warrant iwrobiuer .! Tax Ccrtldeata No. Hatn.a:
salt and most tedious civil ng the Mb day. of July A. U. ivoa. o
for $3 for myself, and another one '- s said oertltloate In nir otnoe. and ba tnad
s ever heard In Alacbua county NEGROES. dence, favors and patronage that they pltoat1on for tax deed to iMue la eooni
of having for 935.C5this one barked "forjurors aitce wltb law bald coenltl".'. embraces! the
fc-illlant array talent and witnesses at Inquest of MMMBBBM9 have so liberally given us. they will add follow In*de,orlbf><1 prot>.rty .ltuat.4 In Alachu -
andy : >V rU1a' .
both sides > towlti
employed on county
unknown negro" but .made payable Representatives, of the Race to Meet to the many obligations under which STlv H40aer aof fraotlonal Bee. .14. To IS
\ witnesses, some of whom came W-4O aor'a.Tbe .
and to: me. Now,, the law does not require I r 'tn,_Tallahassee June 26th-27th. they have already placed us. i acid and belnc anH >..ao4l at the date Of
Baltimore otherpoints, II. F. Dutton & Co. will handle the 1"0..f .uoboertldoate In Ib.aamsef
to keep of roll of a copy pay The Florida Negro Business League J. r.Jaoub. *
jurors and witnesses at Inquests, so cotton (bales of cotton) as usual at UnM said I certificate be redeemed'aa.ourdinir .
organized In Jacksonville In shell
Jury returned a verdict for the old stand. Very sincerely to law, tax deed t. ue tbereoa os
for the I[ had no copy of the items. I was 1$06, will hold its second annual meeting tbe i*.dar. of June, a. O. IC>-,
whereupon attorneys II. F. DUTTON A CO Wltnr my omolal ..liroa.ure end ealtbls i
about return the warrant but
to some at Tallahassee the 26 and :37 abe .
rise immediately gave notice of iwtbday u( May A. !
. ._ .. .. .. NiHT
of the jury being present and want. -- ''''-' ---- '' --"-' WI aOK8.
[on for a now trial. This set. Inst. t>d Clerk Ctroult Court AUehua Co., Fla.
| this famous case for the present Ins theirpay.. I made an estimateof The membership of the League la

tbe amount tnat I could each NOTICE 0e' APPLICATION FOR TAX
east. pay composed of a.. class of the more lndustrlous r;
and have enough to around. So X WtJCD UNDER SECTION 1 or CKAPTCA4NW
he case of the State vs. Wm. and thriving colored men LAWS Or rLOHtDA
paid each; Juror ,for four days and ot the State and there features Chattanooga
charged with forgery was dla.d are many Notice In 1>Areb of, the jury returning a verdict. his mileage and each witness that I 'connected with It that are com- IMircb...rof Tttx GettlBoat* o.5Odatedtbs4th
could remember folr one day and day of July A. II labs. baa Sled Bald
ot guilty mendable. eertinuat In sir otnoe.and bas made .pplitlon <> .
he court then adjourned until mileage and found I had 14.95 left. There Is a national organization of law,for ttakl tax de d to imue in eQeordanoe witb e
ovrUttoate ewbrae** tbe tok*
lay morning at 9 o'clock. This not being enough to give the colored men known as the National Iolnffi1r. 'lb d r op rtr altua ed la Alaobuaoouct

jurors another day I returned this Negro Business League, organized In K I isofV*, flvrtda i-tor, tuwiti k w MHe. if.T.2 9..,R. IT.

Tonight amount to the county treasurer. Now Boston, Mass., In August, 1900.) of Tb oJk"Qn.ot. Mid ,land Uelns ueb .a.--.ct.{' la tbe tae date name...fth

these, commissioners are jumping on which Hooker T. "Washington, president or
yon would enjoy' tomorrow take, about this matter when I don'tthink Uclfo said ...."fI..'. aball be redeiD4ordlnir
me ,
This National body met in .
Bberlaln's Stomach and Liver In U tax deed will U ue thereo
I am the one to blame. If anyone on b* luhrtay of Jun.. A U IMITvitne .
Atlanta last and will meet in Topeka *
lets tonight They year \ '
produce an sable laxative effect clear the who wishes will look at Section Kansas In August. The Flori tla,slat day of May A, U.ltr. 5

and cleanse the stomach. Price 4102 in the Genera' Statutes of the da League affiliates with the National pd Clerk (Ire, H. WJEN Jt.'rta.Hy .

ots. Samples free at all drug State they will find that the county organization.The I I M. 5.O I IEV LStU. ONOTICJB

_._- commissioners should have paid each Tallahassee meeting on the
South Bound! Train Late juror and each witness, and not called 6th inst. is looked forward to witha DEED UNDER SECTION S Or CUAPTCII4MM.

No. 39. running 'between on me to attend to their business great deal of interest among the col. Plows . LAWN Or FLORIDA.

QTllle and St. Petersburg apd as it had been nearly two months ored people of the State. Nottoe 1s hereby" ...." that Mr*. .. M KT th-v '
ow- crd.oa.pyrebest 01 Tax Cwrtuleate No. sat
since X made out tHe rolls I could
to some accident north of this pay The program of exercises for the oared tbs tint day. or Jill, A. U. Ian bji
not remember. each Item and had to days' session will represent. that filed said o."IOoac.e In any offlo. oaf Alfa
|Ion did not arrive here until (two made applieatlon for tax deed ,<> bwrae lit a'
o'clock Friday afternoon being take the word of the witnesses as class of negroes In different parts of l' oordanoe wltb law, Hald e rtWeaebreve es *,
a the followuui deortb property *Euatad -
to the due them. Now these ,
amoun the who successful In their
State are la Alanno
hours and thirty minutes late. ;
are the facts as can be established, Jt Lois Velteb e'I: -I lll '. .
e trains of this division of' the respective pursuits, both along 'be aald land aa MMd at tbe d.t.Of
the Coast and I want the public to know them.. and business lines.M. areCrop.Makers. .iMuanoe or sues.ertUt, .te Is tbe .._
Line have been
runon of T H. Klebardimn.Viilva .
: good time recently however Respectfully, M. Lowe)'. publisher of The *.....oertisaate. ahall b s redaemed r1: l i1
LaCrosse June 14. I.. J. KNIGHT of i eordlnir to law. taid.ed will uses Ibereoa.a
Pensacola president the
I there seemed no particular "kick"tUs y Sentinels tb.ubday July. A. D. I J7VfltiMM .
8tat League and through. him a low toy omolal alf nature and seal tbfai t
delay the
| waiting passengers tbe lt day of Jase, A. It 1
II' the situation good-naturedly. Clever Advertising.We rate over all lines In Florida has been H' WIKNOEW
fat Clerk OlrotiU Court AlanhuaOo.. Yla.
"" are unable to state where the secured. The Seaboard Air >J.Abe. on ,-.

Idea originated In Gainesville, but one accountof this meeting will sell :i NOTICE Or APPLICATION FOR TAX

as Well as MM Are Kate of the cleverest works of advertising round-trip tickets from all Florida x>ect: > UNDER stxrriox: 1 or CUAPTEHft : F.

N'tterable that has 'been noticed outside of points for one fare plus 23 cents. See Them at I' *. tAW Or rLOIIIDANotl .

by Kkhey art here 'that adoptedby e U hereby .,..." that A, / Dada.
the was
newspapers 'tBaird' Tru .. of Tax rtlnoat No. It
Bladder Tre bye. the Junior'Auxiltary of the Episcopal To Our Friends and Patrons.. daMdtaeetbdayor July A,IPi' ti *air4 +kdaevttlieat
*In my <& and*>a.eaade.ypIqe.
P Men trouble prey* upon the mind, church to attract patrons to the The closing of our banking department tuts for tax d .d to|MM> la.M,ordaiMie Cub
Hardware Co.'s Uw, Maid e rtutoat .'otora *, be roilowln
ritagaandleaseuspmbLUon lawn. fete Thursday. Js now fixed for the 6th ot July.
beauty, dflH .4 property a t...t.dn Ala.bua 0tfu -
1sJ vigor suet cheerful This scheme consisted of a number This will be Immediately succeededby ty norida towlt.

ncw when., soon the disappear of footprints, beginning on East Liberty The Dutton Dank, a State Institution Oalnesvllte. Tbs Amto.4.Tp.aid land W/eg 15..11.14.aim
t out of order kidneys or fair are street and extending every few organized by and to be conducted' ______ _____hU __ ._.. .. _._._' of' .ab. I. Is. wawa t,
eased. feet west until they reached the gate and managed by some of the most r.. :'aald eerttAest..betl be redeemed..*
J ordliMT I toiaw. tea dee+t wfli safe tbereos "
Kldne}trouble hoe of lo n. C. A. Colclough's home, where liable and conservative men of .tbe Ih.tb day.f SsR., A O. IBUT. "
become so prevalent held. e Yieoc WIUMW toy 1*m.,lal .4 nat..r* aid seal ibis. ,
'& U<*t it is not uncotumMi the function was being city and vicinity. tb sad Say e(May. A U. !...*>. '
> This feature was all tbe more at- All the bank II. V V M. U, WIKNOES.'
for* child to be deposits In of e M Clerk r.>r* ti$tfoort Alxma .
jxn .GJicted with by the numerous catchphrases -- -
tractive Dutton 4 Co. will be transferred to - ----.I

lut, .,' tnoftt oak Litheunsescaldem lcidneys. If the or sentences, marked on each the new bank unless otherwise; directed roli UISCUAKIK.Netlee .

w ni n he, child reaches an footprint directing the pedestrian the by tbe depositors, and business will to >x r.t>y *!*'n tbat f, Tbo. V_ ro#>
I.r a..seeskw of the sass wl .
.L..i it "r ..1mffl b able to control the "right way* 'This Is the way.don't ." continue without change or Interruption ,of if;;...,. u. r".,. d :1..Ietssssl a pR/t t
a is red witH bed-wet get weary, "bring your pocket- of any kind. Tbe new bank will .for and Is. il.eeble$o, Ala.ho.H.euvase U. .t''Ia .;;

: cn i hecaueeofthodifi- book. "jant, few steps further." ward receipts and all necessary papers =. ds saeata sftdr fee err
t -t: :
tTo ble, anti tho brat dlesberCe fresse,sab sal
'. tar Is the treatment ofk' "you are on the right road. and other to the: depositors. abet J, es..tnr.0a4theta51.eleb

sufficiently w4ACuasttJa'/sassfeur/aof ..,..........
: This unpleasant equally suggestive Imprints were
.i Parties holding time certificate of to w.. ,wevsi.D.i.a .
iteaeed condition oft interesting to lead the In deposit can have them redeemed at .....,.ay of lall"J'f A. I .

> r drier and not. to a quisitlva on until he reached the lasttrack one I. with Interest or can boW them JsMr: 0' t.s..T.j( sad' Or
.....n lb rester,IsMes.....
men age -the desired place 1K NAIOiV1 rs11h.LAS1JuMz
I. i,' made miner- until their maturity to suit the ,wishesor *

b s 'i a : and bladder trouble, convenience) of the holder Tbe 10wa904.
same great mn tly. NOTICE. bank will lame certificates with
new 1WN .
immediate effect ot +
Rent realized ItU old Take notice that I will on the first like conditions If parties so d..'..*. JACKSOHVILLL. FLA

Thursday of July or as soon thereafter W. bespeak for our successors the

boC ' LAr i as I may be heard apply to the same liberal patronage that we have t -4. BOTTLES SS2 1crnRrtrr

s ac I I tar tit ,.. pardoning board of Florida for a pardon received. They are men so well knownIn wi m

TImmo who> was convicted this vicinity that th *y will have
Steve .
'k a trar.le bao.t for . ..... ..-. .. .. .
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.11 shoat Swamp-Root. of murder fax the second degree already secured! the confidence of oto-

m r thetbonaszidauttcstl- at the fall term of the Circuit i.,.. as hey. have of owselves. 'They NOTICE, LI eew.w.f .kw.a M'k's..a +
e from ea&erer .tsherieesir etbel L.t/o sf .
-ceival Well. e A&
e Dr Kt'aa.J St. Co., Court for Alachua county.: Anyone ask.for your patronage. sad win re adaMtsta.. e. tot oeeat. of g.A Jetwdas. naA '" brM1.rrw..wer .
In favors liberal at. Irea boss rrasast 1e i- ...... a+
be stars mod mention desiring nay then M heard on the IltAU''D as as con sirsed be H. c-ttt., Ja/..of A lessee see.- tW.N+ p.. ea + r

')t it make nay nu-ake. merit Of the application. Dated this foUio of doing business a, AB -].--.......,....... -..- a.p.s.4 ..

zrthtw St+' re ataine, Swam1Raet anti the sat, June 3rd. W7.MTirXXAM. : will permit. If oar oM depositors, e h bw S.rotps tier,=5.1tbls b'rr.pq the, .:r-:= D.' 'SWIFT' A CO.'fIlE .

tip ltoet, C HOOO!: who have' been with .* MO many years albs p.W W aNta .
:;t tW=
iikaa Kl V. oi* nrfjr A $.,sath BL, dzhlsst a. O. C.
Attorney for Petition wlU extend to Jitn the sere ccaJB- r DAWEIN.. Adtrgabirat.....

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Mrs. B. F. Mathews of Tacoma: is left yesterday for Dayton, where

WS OF CITY AND In the city a guest of Mr. C. C. J JP the>" will reeitperate for a few weeks. -Jf# -

Lee Binford of Houston. Texas who tale at this .
has been for some time visiting Mrs! I en or $300

Mathews at Taooma. Miss Blnford }[. R.

[ of General Interest Oath-! Is also with Mrs. pedrlck" tor, a brief ther of WILSON'SW
stay. <-
terday in
Our Rapo> ered by Mr and Mrs G. D. Folks and children ness and '

have gone to Levyvjlle where

SON I. AND SOCIAL ITEMS they will attend the marriage of theformer'a .'Phone...

,brother. J. Griffin: Folks! to and quick W y Be Ins Daubt P
t Hal Happened and what 'a Going Miss Leona Vykes This happy event 3a .. 'i
Short paragraphs the 23d Inst. and In the .
In will
....ppen Told occur on delivery f ,
That "He Who Run May Read"is meantime Mr. Folks and his family W S 'SOMETIMBS ,' ( ,
will be guests of relatives.
The Sun.Ftdav'i. 'among Yoiifget/ money's worth at otherstores
Joe Lee a successful and wellknown your

patty Trenton&*** Is In theAttending farmer of Hampton, has re- states trading In Mf and sometime you don't; but

R. Smith of turned to his home after a brief visit
court. his "r VO KNOW by the test Qf 25 year**
to his friend, J. A. Manning, in the long ,;, .
{. L Rosenberger of Klrkwood this city. Mr. :Lee states that unlike I ." trading at this store that you are'sure
trading In the city this section his section has been Friends --. G
l.m&nY of ,, ood, Honest Merchandise for
Leola Hester of Willlstou fortunate with an abundance of rain > *?>-
nt yesterday with friends In with the result that 'the. crops, are in this .very.,dollar you spend with ".. ,

.iI1e. fine. to Live V "

y W Coleman. a liveryman of A party ef young people, chaper- I"he Is for Gioods ,V

,thorn, was a' business visitor to oned by Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Merchant, ever days Cheap ;

i city yesterday.B. participated a straw ,ride and supper
Simmons of Bell a'in the near Hogtown creek Wednesday even. I Those '
of Arlk. soft *o p-they do not last
He made The Sun an agree- big, Six couples were present, and
e i call yesterday (P It ,Is needless to add that the young to e Son.- Why buy them when we 'sellbetterV

L. Hodgson of WIlliston was folks enjoyed the occasion to its fullest :street.Malsby >>d. goods at, about" **m. ..flgureat1
who favored Gainesville extent. Mr. and Mrs. Merchantare .,-1
,ng those ment of ;
visit yesterday. very popular AS chaperones Black Voiles 91.10, $'.25 and $1.60peryard.
i a : issue t ,
M. Crown of Rocky Point has The Junior Auxiliary of the Episco .
Galthersburg Md., where he, pal church gave a lawn fete at the
be to and Black Taffeta Silk $1.00 .25, $1.Uand
I I spend a few weeks. home of Mrs .C A. Colelough yesterday $

of LaCrosse was the function beginning at 6 Key $1.50 per yard..
S. Torbert
o'clock in ,the afternoon and lasting past two t
who came to the countyiltal '
nc those Mr. Bell
[ ..tradingeaterday.. until late In the evening. Ice cream number Laces, White Goods,

It and Mrs J A. Clinton of Wade and enjoyed cake an was excellent served and patronage the children, tho a now. and fill D I(! LOTS'Embroideries Swisses, Silk PO'. .

among those who favored proceeds, of the function being de- be having Etc. e
nesvllle with a visit yesterday.: Mrs. II.
voted to the mission fund. I
!1r. and Mrs Robinson of WllHston Friends' of Mrs. Pharabe Manningof who has In Figured Lawns at 10o yard.In .

e among those who favored this;city, who to spending a few I I I months '& BEAUTIFUL
inesvllle with a visit yesterday J Heneog, Organdies' at 15o )'ard. t "
; weeks at the home of her son. E.
Kir! and Mrs. Geo. S. Merchant Harlem Putnam home, via DESIGNS
Manning county , 1 In Novelties at 25o, 3So and BOo yard.
nt yesterday At Rocky Point asstn wilt regret to learn that her healthIs was
i of Mr and Mrs. J. fiL Crown. and that she is little made i
Very poor, ALL.
ills* Hattie Moreland of Tampa has improved. Mrs. Manning left here to see her

ned to her home after a pleasant ill several days ago for the home of J. R. '' .

fit to Miss Mabel Livingston in this her son in Putttam thinking probablythe the Mrs. R. Wilson

r change would prove beneficial. of the'

t'esdames C E Melton, J. W. Mel- Arch Jackson and Harry L, Owen day .--_-. Mr--.A M1VWt 1

i and J 'H Allison all of M(canopy. left yesterday for LaFayette county having ,, .
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|e registered at the Brown House where they go for another drove ofcuttle. :
' Jackson has Gleason and sons, Oeo. Jr.. J went 11.... Owens died In Jackson
|t rday Mr, recently broughtin
of his Gilbert, ,.,tore In the city' from villa Friday. She was one of the old
L. Flowers and daughter'ot a drove of ninety-six head :which i
Point yesterday. eat residents of the Reddick station
and :
jlleford are in the'cfty.. Mr.! Flow were as'fine range cattle as have i '
who know r'.. Smith left yesterday for Quit- and her friend regret greatly her
favored The Sun with an agree- been seen In this section for some I
Ga.. where he wlU spend a few demts.
i call yesterday. time. The cattle trading between i W. P. "
Gainesville, the West End and LaFayette of I'I with Ms mother Mr*. J. M Harry Cannon of Rocky Point who
D. C Andrus. one of the oldest grower '
most prominent citizens other .county is becoming suits an Important city from ..p.tW() or three days with his

was among the vl.ltors' ,Industry. ,'. I city editor ; ..nitier A. M. D ck,on, tli. friends bore Las gone North for''the
for a when iu |hr market for err). summer. lie will visit the Jamestown
yesterday W. N. Fielding and family, who
a 45-pound ".',Krehl sod f..ed.tuff. Bare i Exposition<< relative In Delaware" ,
put Sheriff E. A. Wllle have been residing in this city for
Osteen of
: and other olnta.. and may pr0d
Mr. .uu tiro. Write or 'phuo me.
arrived iu the city'yesterday.. I some time, have .removed to Waldo I from his ; )oog'dl' tnae'phone*, to California before he returns Hurry
where will make their future
Ing come to attend the adjourned I In they was desperately tit with' typhoid'
of the circuit court. home. Mr. Fielding, whQ is a section I solid oars W English oft Tacoma has re
fever for A few weeks, and will take
the AirLine being to his home,'" having served on
foreman on Seaboard I
Whaley ; .
of Ocala arrived In this trip In an endeavor to regain s.his
city yesterday and will remain has been transferred from this i sarily here in the circuit court for the health. _
division to the Jacksonville-Tampa i hundred week. Mr. English is one of
e for several days as s guest of Hon. .
F. ){ Ramsey of Wacaboota:
daughter, Mrs. J. division, and will make his head B. Davis. .
V was those who spent yesterdayIn
era at Waldo. Friends of this short, but ,. among :
for Rent-The: Clarendon Cottage, this city. U. report that. the,
estimable family will regret very from looking for bargains should
>breeze. Fully furnished water have been suffering front
; crops
much to lose tt'*m. Miss Maude Blank to read the half-page -.dyer.
electric lighting. Terms reason- drought in his section, but the tomato ,
for Fielding however, will remain here, Price 92 i of The O. W. !Hyd Company '
the season. J. B. Crocker. crop will b<*< good From a ftvr
retaining her position as. bookkeeperwith J.: Percy 'a Sun June is bargain '
| D. Halle left yestei- :
The S. J. Thomas Company the city at this store and ovtny special
for Delaware where, she goes to suing some fine fruit, from which \be\ ,
offered In all line
From Saturday' Oath Sun J. F. are
id a few weeks as a guest of her has realised fine price >\r. 'lameey'has
Ishter, Mrs. MeU formerly Miss Colie- Hester of Erlirston. was In the For ..: P. J. Lynch, peetoiof St. Pat- enjoyed the advantage of lirU

sir Halle city yesterday: staves Catholic church r..iumjpf yes gatlon this year, which has proved

N, Wilson and daughter. Miss Ikfrs. D. Hicks and two grandchildren Raleigh from Hawthorn where on Fri of great benefit to his crop. .
& of Waldo Were among those who :I Ceo. ){. evening be conducted services.
and Miss, (t. .
Annie Scarrett. made Attention called to ,the adrertbwment
spenCyesterday' .
In Gainesville.Mrs. I Waldo Lynch has several charges, in
r ,
departure yesterday for Battle of Weston It. Eagle, who arethe
k. Mich. : J. C. Evans and son, Willie which he Is quit Popular.
where they expect to Agents for Luddea it
aha for the next four, or five .------ R. Fowler, formerly' of this city' )Hates, Savannah, the beat 'muaroal
a .' in now engaged In the manu. dealers In the South This Bran i*

hs Georgia Hobbs of Hawthorn of lumber *t Greenville left handling, G celebrated, Enter. M,4 ,

i been brought to the Odd Fellow (( a [ ... for his home after a couple Fasten organ, the Chickening. leer'
itorlum suffering -wd typhoid spent In this cityon business. & Pon*. KsUry undL'*..'*.':'. a.ast.

r. Hw condition I* serious, and Fowler owns a nice born here other make of pianottfid, MkMd"tw,

ads 'will regret to learn that thereo j south ho occupied for same time and found reliable In .vry' .'. <' "U".
o change It .understood. be has leased a sharp' of the patronage of thos*
( B. Strlngfellow. musical .instruments "
r. and Mrs H J. Good now and I desiring a* their
ft prc| ... and term are rl ht
who have of the faithful
Anglln, om
been;>> In Gainesville T.I." .. 4
the PUt few months, left yester. of lion W, 11 Robertson Captain abet )1'.. J. K Strobbar !)
for their summer 'home In NewKttlre Newnan's Lake, was la the city I after a month's stay in this city, left
: Friend hope to ...el.e ,., calling at'' The Sun off ica yesterday for MOm&'ometTI-.4.1<<.*

[ them here again early In. the renewing his subscription. Rea i where they are now making; their

.* that he has been constant"* I homer Captain Btrobhar who 1*

darts Taylor of Palmer was In then the employ of Mr. Robertson I charged with *mb l..mnt while" h*

> a brief business trip 'yesterTwlor putt twenty-two years* and 'was agent of the Atlantic Coast Line

Mr I* superintendent 'ca Th n. very highly; !In praise of his 'In this city was here to answer Utt >

CalsaenUie Peach Orchard Com- '. >. charge at this twin of th* court
__________ ___
:' 114 I. ket quite busy now W. M Johnson has returned bat owing to Illness the case Was con-

ble. ticking sad abJpptnclrom Chickerinrj fathushek Ivor & : Jacksonvlll and Atlantic Beech tinned until the pest trra. Captain
be has ben In att.ndanc* at t Btrobbar's friends regret very much

and Mr*. C.F Jt c Carter and son and a dozen other ** .* of thv Florida State hi* illness. and trust that h* will| '

'misused fromvCedar Key Mrs. .. attaal :Association Dr. !soon regain his normal halta.NOTICE. .

.r sa4 son have been sojourning ""'ALL. :, who has ben for ChAt, past I

j for several days, the Doctor the tr ]urarr of the association. .

gone down Tuesday Friend* again e1ede4. which wa ,quit I Lot on the Seaboard Mr Lin sacommadatian
't to learn that Mrs. Carter '/.ESTEY AND FANEN )pl "'IaC. Dr. Johnson t* 01'" of train on Saturday Jan,

M : most popular druggist to. th* .. paek&ce containing a black! cap

z Meg has returned : and som Important letter The prvon
j* Sooth Florida, where he PIANO i and Mrs. C B, Van Dvmsn of who found them will pl**..* rr

t ? on tmstuMM. Mr McRa "' passed through the city tarn to Ts. o.J.ra..SU.' Bun office and

tLat the McUoos visited Ilk* Dealers Sn AU Kinds of Musical *y with the remain of")(,.*. receive rurwsrd No ituti
a t sty, are >btt4ly te cored :Music Etc. tir.4I' | Deman. mother Mrs. Tho, asked,>> call give Infer I

L i A a, ,..,it tfc*t them jI Owen, who wo being taken to kr nation Ia4to. to the r. vjy' ot
.e. Oat sired. forUe"" ham, si )tea**tok for later.ftff wave will .*Jta t* r.IIssn4eol. '

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