The Gainesville sun

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The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
H.H. McCreary
Creation Date:
July 2, 1906
Publication Date:


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


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

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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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beU e Command
ae B wPRegxQsef 'idd

the -loria State

-aitisfaly for the
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fimids SMsteTroepe la
pmnt Floridana the
i- awm *k at Manna-
me, after the report
ay soner detailed
toq Cat~cpTa~iafer-
ieal regiment will be
L et Colonel Saeket of
la regimens. and will

miblegsegimtent.-Company A
4eI)e Light Ina"try, Capt. J.
B) Cooi-pay (J- kIo tane
Oap. Wiam. LeFit); Company
as-ogott m RfsCapt. E*gee.
ia; OCapeny ir (Columabia
Zghs Infraasy, Capt. M. HI

sad Regiment- Company A
R Capt.Gorge A. Nash;
Ay R Lborg Rile.. Capt. F.
KrJamer; Company C (Shine
ou Orthpade .Capt. R. H. Hod-
1ngapfc (tamps Light In-
Ck &. M .F.Cgej); Company
i.y ai sa Barssw Cappt,
r. Company H (Ganae-
lmiaf ^Capt. C. X. Layton);
y I (Key Wes" Goards. Capt.
J. WolfA Coimpay L (Miami
ea F. Jaodo).
pmFislaaio t regiment will be
mAded by Colonel BaSkett of the
ida gment, who will carry
lab Ml Qapsain Walter
ttfasigdeuquartermaster, will
gtsetaalstsr of the previa-
at. a. F.. Howatt of
- AlA, MAJ. E. S. Mathews of
l|Be|||l.J. F. Schuier haear
ioadto aweompany the pro.
I eiaen and 'aet in their

sof Chambertain' Colic, Chol*
ra nd Dimaoea Remedy.
n gn Aw git you a few word
e o Oiabelai'sColic. Chol-
I PwIhoea Renemedy," says Mr.
a -eott E agle Pase, Texa.
od me week with bowel trou-
iAto all kinds of medicine
tt ang y relief, when my
V w rC. ne.; on, a merchants
< ine.m to take this remedy.
ellag .me-doBe I felt greatly re-
wad wbIed taken the thrd
St1rely e I thank yo
h&- oem Of my bean for but
ea-grat remedy in te Farbe
" -For sale by all druggist.

Ie oe 0ofthSe SOW. animale la

kImat .oFire Depa.rtment Sold

0"il Fir Depatmenit *hi*h has
W"- mm16i

Sfew months been used byw
-Arthor has beeni d to d to Fisto
at Chief A. M. Coshman, who

n himo f.or prima ue, the
is o of toe n(e animals in
t. hut is-usuch at thei depart-
ed. foot loves., more than was
Ic7. it was decided to dispose of
Lb. resolution to sell was paused
CltyCouaei lin its regularineet-

W~er Lucy of he Jacksonville
BttIn~^ wuas anio for this
1l bient a heek to Clerk Deli
natthi east, Iut it appears that

*e fort marvelous
lay oer aalve.

ase, fewr ees, -

O(g Orggaazer artlion of Lab

R p' Ii. 1., Sept. 2.-John M. Bo.
art, one of the state organuiers of th
Aerican federation of Labor. was a
- rl.ltor at Roseimunt today. He de.
-ined to disen- his vist,. and Judge
SParker would say nOthig about It. but
ItR was undertood h came at Judge
Ptrker's latiTtlfon.. and that his visit
had to do with the reportedly attack of
labor erganslzations upon Senator Me
arre. as chairman of th state ex*
ecotire committee. It was stated bere
tUis afternoon that an effort would
be made to get the labor people to-
aodify the method of their attack
Upon Senator McCarern so as to dete
the battle to some occasion other thar:
a national election -
Colonel Purcell. of North Carolas
a member of the Democratic state ex
eeative committee of that state andL
private secretary to Governor AycockV
of North Carolina. caned on Judge
Parker today.

Sour Stomach.
When the-qusatity of food taken is
too large or the stomach is: likely to follow, and espe-
eially so ifsthe digestion has been
weakened by constipation. Eat slow-
ly and not too freely digested food.
Mastieate the food thoroughly. Let
vehours elapse between meals, and
when yoo feel a fullnaes and weight
in the region of the stomach after eat-
ion, take Cha-mberiain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets and the sour stomach
may be avoided. For sale by all drug,
gIsts. _______ .

O : 1'
erat'c ec t n r u th-j
morning at 9 o'crIck with pracicaii
the business of the c mnventin yet tt
be transacted. ForMO Attorney Gen
eral James L. O'Connor. or Milwauket
was made permanent chairman. A bit
ter battle was precipitated by the rep
remntatives of the -Republican corm
amittee, -__ _
Voyle Found His Wheel.
SChas. Voyle, who had the misfor-
tune a couple of weeks ago to lose his
bicycle by theft, notice of which ap-
peared in The Sun, was fortunate
enough Friday to recover the same.,
-Some person left the wheekover night
in the new Phifer building, now being
completed, and a friend who recog-
nized the bike notified Mr. Voyle, who
went immediately and recaptured it.-
This was indeed a stran eaoineidence,
b it ist ito be presumed that the party
who left the wheel will not reclaim it.

Notice of Teachers' Examination.
An examination of applicants for
teachers' certificates will be held -in
this city beginning on Tuesday, e
tember 6th, 19041, at 8 o'clock a. nm.
Applicants will be required to supply
themselves with legal cap paper, pen
and ink. An examination fee of one
dollar will be charged, as heretofore.
Examination of whites will be held in
the academic hall of East Florida Sem-
inary, and that of colored applicants
in Union Academy.
W. ,M. HOLl.WAY,
County Supt. Pab. Instruction.
6GainesvilltFla.,Aug. 15, 1901. -

Youn Can OnR o *.

Silver re,_
Noveltie ,

H gb ings- F ri

_: +^^^

. 4 a; --!.-, r_ -' ch WE
S i I..' 3 .' a rl. .. I above all,

Sh theirme -ne of their
daly ee. asInE taken.s.e*

liver ila, keep yemtin good health.

For-. -Sale- b. on Br a .

For Sale by Johnson Bros.. Gainesville

Gave E-cri fc-r Arrarance.

I- a .--s < -. :r.-n I"i.a: _Ar kan
sa w: ,"... *' A 1 -t i eA l wit'
flrer _.! r:i7 Wr-acr. ar. on
Mood a ay A. n r. to
day. Hei went to Br!dce Junetioa,
Ark.. j -azr-', the riv-rfronI Mem.
pit. aj; av? bon-1 for hIs appear.
ance on ti v.arraant- ise I forhis ar.
r. HO annonncc: a?:ay that he
woWt' -rr :. : 3: Mc;hi- until af-
ter tha--. Mtrin etectioa. which will be
held next _n, 'y.

At First sight.
"Did he fall iti love at first sightY'
"Yes. First sight of her bank ac-
count."-Pi inc- :.iun Tiger.


To the Sher?! of Alachua Counts. of the
State of I orida:
pe it Knowjn, That I. H. Clay Crawford. See-
retary of State of the State of Florida. do
hereby iive notice that a
will he held in Alachu:t county. State of Flori-
da. on Tue-day next succeeding the t1r't Mon-
day In November. A. D. ii.4. the said Tuesday
beir* the
Foe Five (5) Presidential Electors.
Oe Reresentative of the and Contre_
sional District; of Florida. in the Fifty-ninth
Congrre'- of the United States.
For governor of the State of Florida.
Secretautb of State of the state of Flo-
For A t torney-General of the Sta te of Florida.
Comptroller of the State ow iorida.
Treausrr of the State of Florida.
S.rinendent of IPuhlic Instruction of
the State nC lIoritla.
Fw-Conmniwioner of Aricu-ture of the
State of Florida.
For tme Jun ce, of the Supreme Court of
the State of florida forslx years.
For Three Jihttie. of th ee Court of
the So te or aorTidu.
For One Railroad Comtnissioner for the State
of Florii.t.
For "1" uMehi .ers .of the House or Repre-
aentativesof the .State of For.iht.
For LUii. Jo....:e.
C- r4i f.dhe tCircuat to:ut
co-:ttty A,-,,xor of Taxe-.
Tax Colieewor.
County Treasurer.
County -uperinterdent a: Public In-
For C unty Shrve.-oAr.
"Five County Cuuommi.sioner .-
Three MfuniberN of the County Board of
Public Instruction
For Justice of the Peace In and for the fol-
lowing Justice Distriet., viz: No 1. .3.4 5.
7. ,-. I t. I12,13: 14. i1.i 1( 1 i. -. #. !( 1 0 .
For Constable In az-d for the foiiowin. Jus-
tice District. Viz. No. 1. .2.;.. 5. t;, 7 9. It.
t11. 2. 13. 14. 1-. 14S I. 19. i S. 21. 2.
In Testimony Whereof. 1 have hereunto set
my hand and afflxed the reat seal of the
State of Plorida. at Tallahassee. the capiUtl.
this the ir-st day of September. A. D. 19ti4.
Secretary ot State.
To L W. Fennes. Sheriff Alaetua county.

Order Your
Whiskies From


4 full tuwarLt OPa-. a ,la eel Rye .......... ..2
4 full quarts. Old Crow 325
4 full 4 full quarts Pride of N. C. Corn Ni 2 .... 2 00
4 full uuarts Pridi of N. C. Corn N. : ... 2 O
All goods packed in neat box. case
style. I want your holiday business
and will treat you right. Send me your
order from prompt shipment.
To. M31. RAY, Palatka, Fla.

Summer- Normal.

The Orange Springs Normal and
Commercial Institute
Will open on June 13 for the fifth su .
4essful summer term. Excellent ad-
vantages. Expenses light and free use
of the famous sulphur spring. If in-
terested address J. H. BRINSON,
irineipal. Gainesville. or L. L. Meggi,
Oranae Sprihjg. Fla.

OwlUk WSrfit titzttk Wuimin

.W s. O.. A*e"*Swhi ly.

Established in :88,.

IThe Oldest-Whiky


Guaranteed 8 years old. By the
gallon $8.00. 4 full quarts $8.50.
Guaranteed 6 years old. By the
gallon 42.75. 4 full quarts $3.00.
Guaranteed 4 years old. By the
gallon 42.50. 4 fall quarts $2.75.
By the gallon $2 25. 4 full quarts
Guaranteed 8 years bid. By the
gallon 3.00(. 4 full quarts .8.25.
Guaranteed 4 years old. By the

gallon $2.50. 4 full quarts $2 74. Noutice i- hereby tiven that in uomplaaiew
S with th provisions of the aet of Congres -o
EXPRESS PREPAID iJune. l". entitled "'An act for the-*ai 4-4
limber iandsin the State.- of California. OStle-
We handle all th leading brands of on. Nevada. and Washitngo Trrlitorya."
Rye and Bourbon Whiskies in the mar- Iextended to al the Public Land State tsy a--
ket and will save you from 25 per cent for August 4. Ls. Henrs Lee. of old Tews.e
to50 cpr cnt on you prhass ed county f Lafayette. State of Florida. l-
to 50 per cent on your purchases. Send athi daiy led in ths office his swor star mn
for price list and catalogue. Mailed No. ;s. for the turehase of the Set1 of Sea-
free upon application. tkn No. 9. in Township No. i0 S. SRanige e-s
o a1 E.. and will oer proof to showU thattelt-aa
1Jsougt bt ire Valuable forI"tsUmber or a*tw
his. claim to lsaid land before Register and Re*
LIQUOR COMPANY celver at Gaae.vUe.Fla-.onma o na.. the ts
< -A410 A I TURTI. iI STLRET,' day of September. 1 4 ;I c A
506-508-510-512 FOURTH TREET, He name- as witnesses Iueen Chan
ACON, GEORGIA. of ld Town. Fla. E. S. GaiMen of Od Twa.
MACON, GEORGIlA. ;Fla.. J. K_ Moriarty of Fleteer. F'&-. .J
r11_____________ Ro_ lbert of Fletcher. F"a.
: Any and all pemrsoan caimin a dversel the
MASTERS SALE. above-deseribed lands are re tiaested to A -
their clasm in this olee on or before said -
Notice is bereby given that under and by day of ,September, uW.
virtue ot a ilnal decree of forrelosureand -ale rpd W. G. ROBINSON. Reglter_
made and entered by the Hon. J. T. Will.
3 udie of the gahth Judicial circuitt of Florida.
in and for Alachua cousty.InCbhancery.on t.e NOTICE vFtR PUBLICATION.
21st day of July. A. I. 1904. In a certain cause 8.
therein pending. wherein Margaret D. Mc.ken-1 U. S. Land Ofee at GainesTile. sa.
fuIss complainant and Victoria Florida Phbt- June u t. -..
hate Company and others are defendants. I Notice i -. hereby given that in co40,1686"
alofTer forsale and sell to the highest bid- with the rovisions of the act of Coaret 4
der. for cash, at public outcry. before the: June 3. W 7. entitled "An act for the sale of
court how.e door in said Ala.chut county.ln the timber lands- in the States of Callafotrai 0e-
City of t;ainestlle therein, on the tirst Mon- ta. Nevada. and Washington Territory." a -.
day Int S.eptember, 194. the same being the! extended to all the Pubic Land States br- t
tifthday of said month and a legal salet. day. of August t. INiC. John R.Robert&.of FletMer: the .egahour- of sale. the propertyde- county of Lafayette. State of Floras b a
s-rftwed iu the tlfal decree. situate. lying arid this day Wied in this ofllee his swornstateNI -
being in Alaebua county. Fiorida. towit: The No. A*. for the purchase of the N-. of YwiS 4
south half of the northeast ,uarter. and the ASec. S and Net_ of Ne't of Section No.t.4|
(ast balf of the northeast quarter of the Township No. It S.. rKange No. If E., Sand
northeast quarter of section twenty-two (). offer proof to mhow that the -and W ua tis
in Townshil ten (It). south of Range seven- more valuable for its timber or stone tie
teen (0; east. containing one hundred acre. agricultural purmo'es- and to estabi_ -~i
more or les- STEPEKN KE FOSTER. elawi beforee Reister and Receiver at (GalaW
. JW.. ARCHIALD. Special Master. ville. Fla.. on Monday. the tb day of SetieW I
D. H. Ti)IG. ber.1%A4.
Complaint's SolIcitors. He names as witnesses: (cQaueeaaaCueseaK
NO-d Town. Fla., Henry Lee of Old Town. 6 .
NOTICE ELECTION. C. aire of ld Town. Fla. J. X M.e. m
S of Fletber. Fi. -
Notice is hereby given that an eJectioh w1ill Any and all erons claiming adversely t h
be held in Election District No. 1I. Alaebhua above-de-.ried lands are requested to 1a-
county .Florida. on Saturdav. September 17th. their claims in thi-. oee on- or before said s
19(4. for the Iurpooie of determining whether day of September. itO.
said district shall become a Sipecial Tax Road. P4 W. RO-INSON?. Rei-e-.
Distriet. who shall be the road trustees of sad
district and the number of mill-, of district tax
tobe levied and co:lected annual i for thetwo 1 NOTICE OF MASTERS SALE.
succeedine rear. -a .
The following person'.are hereby ampwinted rider and ;. virtue of a certain f alaMeW
tIspeetors and clerk of -aid election: 0. I ot forecT.ure a eii sale ade ty the Hr waw
Feaster. J. D. Merry. Thomas MeCtedie. amn tie J. T. Will'. dac e of the cir-uita
D. A. Miler clerk- the Figth Judicial Circuit of -'raldaI n300
This the t day o August. A. D. 191. for Alachua county. in Chance-ry t g
BOARD OF CO. CSMMISSIONERS. the 1sth day of June. A. D. 14. In a*in a
_-Ay T. F. Thomas. Cnairmat. Cause penenti in & eDourt. wbrLei
By the lBord Attest: Staten and J.N.N.;IzflmD. -partner. dof
H. C DNTON.Cerk. ness under the firm name and stile of -UBM-
_.__ D *N *r & GriIn. are complat nants. and L. A. *'*3w
is defendant: the axiderdUraeL Jx. Xt-lesBA
NOTICE FOR PCMUBCATION. S.eciial 1Master in Chancery n said caSI. w
Land Ofee at Gaine .. offer for .sae and sell to the hlhest a M
Aust bi. 1. 1 dder. for cash. at pubaic outcry, on g
No-tceI bere -_ iv4en t t the- olwIn the Mb day of Septesber. A. D_1t2 e_
--bee .the rtMod...ayina...da.... i f--mi -
named setter ba Sth e W e of Bis iSenton Se legal s hour of sakh it fre tl e
Towa tp.e 9fa proof I support o s o.we Parelahaa ser ut y.I the -O

.h'of P a &i Cola Aias Mels. B am
ATAHT Wannee.Fla.. said final dere a follows
Twship- S.. noe, K .ebe U East. Purchaser-to ayfr tt.
Be naae the Ofeowhti witae "Um ft Wo CAtTm.ALAYiU% ScalT aei r
hWu oontcis residence upon and aWt Ctv SolieaL
W. L. Lancaster. T. G. Lasher. K H SlauEL -.
ter T A. Ciemmom. all of- Wafe. NIa. I CE or UE'ITION TO
9d W. G. ROMNSO BReglste. 6m w v a-ma AND AAr W

Notice is ft erearv t afterA nbbo" ace
a- been A to w. for
see aIthsr mwffijdmm ta.. wi
0. Masv. esrat- IJ V. Abeob a oor.,


Xeem hereby sh im aL

teleeareoB?*casAe ly^
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U. S. LadOmee at0aee. F&, -
June 190I4.
Notiee s hereby ir'en that i coimeae-
with thep rs wonasof the sct of Careof
June 3. HCS e.itited "Aa Ct -or the sale of
timber LMids in the States of California. Ore-
gon. Nevada. and Wa dBtont Territory. a
extended to all the Public Land States by
of August 4. B. McQueen Chaires o o:
Town. county of Lafayette. State of F 'o.d
ha this day led in this mofe hs sworn saae-
meat. No. 70. for the parchase of the Swr of
Se.Sof SwntaNwd tof SwiA of see-
lton o.. 36. in Townahip No. 14 S- RatL
No. 1 E.. aad wl offer -proof to sw tta
the t and oaht i* more. valuable for .i-
timber or stone than for aSkcTu-ta-ra, p..U
po-esI and to establiza hi-ejaimai to said l S
before the Reisteer and Re-e-er at Gai~e
vifle.Fla. on Monday. the Sth day of e
member. 1906.
He tameB as witnesses: J. E. Mo.arty of
Fleteber. Fa-. J. I. Roberts of Fleteher. F:r
G. C. Chaires of Old Town. Fl.iS.. S. tdUdC
of Old Town. Fla.
Any and all person clamimlu adverse': the
above described !anad. are Trerueted to tile
their claim in t. ofSee on or before sa id
day oi -epember. 190C .
p4 W. G. ROBINSON. Register.

U. S. Land OnceeatGainesrMe. p*
Jane S. i).
Notice is hereby given that in coa e aif
with the provisons of the act o4 Conare" f
June 3. l entitled "An act forte ale -
tiber lands in the States of Califora e
0on. Nevada. amd Wasinton Territor. as
extended to all the Pubie Land States by a."
of August 4. ISO. Thomas P. Cares ooV o
Town. county of Lafarette, State of FismMa
has this day Maied In tu oaee is swora staue
meant. No. Sor the iorchae of thSe of
NwM and E4 Swt of Section No. .a Towa.
ship No. 10 S.. Ri .ReNo. E.. and wam oodr
proof to show that the lad ougbt is m
valuable for its timber or stome than for a-
cultural purpoes. and to estabah hiselami-t
said land before the Regiser and BReeoeh at
Gauinefalle. Fla.. e Monday. the 5th darof
Sei,.ember. 190 .
He names as witneases M.. 3.Peaeoek.Mr-
ran Pnlaner. Green C. Chaires.. E S. ianijen.
all of OW1 Town. Fl. -
Any and all perons claiming adversely the
above described lands are requested to S
their claims In this odfe on or before -Md. s
day of September. 1 --
pd W. G. ROBINSON. BertegWr.

U. S. Land Ofice at Gatesvile. Va..
June 5W. 1-
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with the provio.s of the act of CAere o
June 3 'S. entitled "An act for the aeel -
timber lands in the states of California. Ore-
gon. Nevada.' ni Wahington Territory'. a s
extended toi a I the Public Land -States by act
of Ajgtrt 4. I w.S John E. Moriarty. of Fleteh-
er. county of Lafayette. State of Florida. -as
this day ted in th s oMee hist-sworn stateeM
No. %1. for the purehaseof the SwX4 of Sw~
See. *. SeL of Se'4 Sec. S 3ard El of NeX .
of Section No. 35. in Township No -I05.. :
Range Ni,. 12 KE. and will offer _roof to shorw-
that the land bought tis more valuable for i
timber or .tone than for agricalturai nurpo@*e -.
and to estabiisb hi-claim to -aid land before
Regi-ter and Receiver at, Gaieville F -on
Monday. *the Nth day of September. 1M4.
He nazc-:a s witne-oe. jo o 1!. Robeirts o
IW'=n:ee. Flor'ida. K- S. Gauiden, M)dt-Qs
Arn; and all pert-mn-e'atiinmii adver eyt1 *_
ahovve-leseribed lands a ree.aue.ted toe d fl-
their cialma in this orice om or Ieici day of September. 14 4.
Vd VW. f;. ROBINSON. Rez --r

V. s. Land OMlee at Gainesvie. F -..
June latM. ?-
NYOlin.e i_ hertbl-tv riv n *thnt -- J- "


-t Io- Ah

g Wai adWAoogf Ar Included
T4hs lidand It i_ Estimated That~
S5,"Morme W-i be Rb que, R -to

The otuact t for the new Episcopal
thure -bai ing for Cainestillehas atn
aid as as the ndw
Ifi cang -smre saui eent material
^ wk-:_ oathe-buldR w14 ,-l begin.,
Thetoggagr was let to Riobert Meir
ailof JapnOville, the bid being
in he usebehot odof $9,500 for the
.k ea walls and foot. The building
4Wt of #oe. ;and when completed
wis be one otthe bandsomest and
m is modern B urb edfes in the

The blildai oewnn ittee estimate
ita_ aheot e,0Wa- wil be required to
o40p"eftethe interior of the building
after sl oatractoir shall have doiU-
ed biwn work. Inasmuch as UAW hs
lSla4 beyN ep endedupon the foun-
dati manda other incidentals it wiu be
Seentbat the church, when complete,
wiAGestI the neighborhood of $T7-
00, batiVtwll be a credit to s-hede-
llmlaatin,- to thte eity and to the

Tiematerwial employed will be stone,
which i& makB a handsome and duar-
able streeo e-a building which will
stand for ages s a monuoment to the
neprosfitsy ad enterpriseof the Chris.
l Oanlpeiple of Giaeinile.


a. -Harso, Cleeoand. iMiss-
I-s, Atg6 1902: "I -wa tto say
| a word praise ftr Ballrd's Snow
--_a. ieatBn I stepped on a nail, which
t18sed the tords iR my legs t contract
.anda 6s-to ise in my knee, and
the4doesor told me that I would have
a aflegso c-er0 daf I went to J. F.
Lorihdrug store (who is now in Den'
v, i ole. H.... recMaed a bottle
of -'ow l-aimemt; I got a m50 size,
h 'd M icu red my le-. It is the be#t
ment i wor ld. Abe es with
w exeepti are indicatte of eon-
siopar debility. ayThey may, how-
-everr isul tram bow of foreign
bedie, mitrodueed into the skin or
teh. Sh aM plintMers, thorns, etc.
6GI4 fl M. Johnona.


ay Wlertwp~oo Struck in Head by

-Tere w painful aceidenst at the

iek. South Garden *treet Wednesday
Sftrnoos. when Raymond Wither-
spon-K, ; lAm In the employ of the

- gor Wirhespoon was engaged in
UO paa tire machine, a machine
ad for crving sU iron by means of
en immense wheel and rollers. The
a Was tunieg the wheel rapidly,

n and ,p sithe handle striking
M a Mblow on theheead and
0kibg RIO9wn, venderlS thim lor
a marnita 80M~fea. He was piked
ny ;0ampeaioal takeN" to a phyi-
B,,;* wh the wound was sewed up,
ad 1a lat a wAnf the lad was rest-

o ewlOgT Regu Ae anticipated,
ipvTe very painful
Tyoun man for several days, in
p tiating him frmi his duties.
;. ...A -fweoGood.r
Fe p-ass are pobtnSU their se-
t d peaant a effect are D.e-
i aarlyRiseS. w Phil.

was 4 -== m --r good than cabt-
-lo, w-Sorm y a o rpi I ever
SO&a- at tn dae- time the effect
w m t, le Early Risers are'

Tik Life oii SOriank Freny.
w R SepPt. 1.-.Albert aeba,
a gilt German blaacksmth whose
dgi cruekry bad dtiven twe of ls
e 6e death by ortoe aed took
1 ea l6be tn a slaf tamaer while
S*usbeA frastoeeay. astW t

B mw aet B!B. l-iett hi

1 1 t h i Ur : g t ^g N w d a s

Cotton Musict Have


otash is a essential plant fo6d
hich m best beadded as a fertilizer
Sorthe soildwill.
become ex-
S& hausted, as is

Per nay naufactturisg enterprise that may
te within the said mairip&Rty but no such
exemption shall be ior a longer period than
ifte= years..

That the foioiwing amevndaent tt- the Con-
Stiutiot of the Sate of tFlrida be. and the
same is, hereby agreed to. an' saR:al be ub-
Initted tathe elect'.r' ti the S'at-e at the gen-
eri-' election in November, I 'i. for ratification
or rejection:
Section ,; of Artkle XVI shall be,ed
so as to read a- fiolulW:
Sectin '*?. The Legidature shall -r-vide tor
the ,neevi -r-ahilication amd ditnril'utit, n of anl
las- it -"y enact. Alli desitns ai ,he su-
preT e Co-urt and a"il lase 'ndI jtdicial dei-ion-
OhaU he fir--- r urivCati-n by an- rer-on.

true O f SO a;It no -udg'-s nt <-f the SuTrremne Cu -htl
.ake ,- eet ee he ,.,den A e c i
many COtton -ac cae S be :ed wth te cerk
fields. &a n
We have books ARTICLE XXVL
gvinz-valuablede- S I I A e ft-'e
t $ 211011t ff~ of. the Stare Fh-ra i r
-ers. -We wil send 'a- o e d a- ,
the free to any farmer wyo asA us for them. Section 3. Ttoe Ial p-wer -f t-: Stt
halll he ve-ste-d in a p,-c.rne courT it
OE N AI WO K. Conr., 'urts Rec vrd- ', y f;,.
saw t > tt T- ounty Judges and Junitcri o0i t'e Peace.
.. t o-f .A tl. Scci.n -of Artice \ oi 't'on if :..
.. i- to read as fclo;ws:;,

Sappeliate iuridiction in all cae at a. and in
S-t:ire- county judges, in matter- p-rininig to
S- their ,ro-hate iinridiction. and in t he manage-
WHER7EAS, The Legislature of 196. -under Irent f th-he e-tate.s inmtant-, and in ca.-* ,-*
the Conatistmion of1Vf- of the State of Florida, conviction ,I felony in the c.-urts of rccord.-
-d. pass, seven Joint Resolutiun* praoposinr andi in all criminal ca-e- .)-iginting in thIc
Amaendnments to the Constitution of the State circuit courts. The court shall have the power
of Florida, and the same were agreed to by a to i-sue writs of mandamus, certiorari. pro-
vote of three-fourths of all tae members elected hibition, quo warran'o. habeas c-_rpus, and
to- tach House; that the vote on said also all writs pfcesar" or piriper t- ihe com-
Joint Resolutions were entered upon their plete exe-ci-e of it& jurisdiction. Each of the
respective Journals, with yeas and nays there- justice< shall have power to is-ue'-rits of ha-
on, and they did determine and direct that tli he ans corpus to any part of the State upon peti-
.>aid Joint Resohtions be submitted to the tion by, or on behalf of any person held in
electors of the State at the General Electibm actual custody, and may malke such writ- r-
in November, I. ""turnable before himself or the Supreme t'urt,
Now, therefore, I, H. Clay Crat-A rd, Secre- or any ju tice thereoi, or before any circuit
try of State of the State of Florida, do, herlby ivvdge. and when not returned to the Supreme
give notice that a Court, an appeal to that court shall always
GENERAL ELECTION Section 11. of Article V, of the Cons'tittion
6i the State of Florida is hereby amendled so
will be held -in each County in Florida on az lo read as follows "
Tuesday next succeeding the first M.nd.y in "Section 11. The Circuit Caurrt shall have
oveiber, A. D. 19, the said Tuesday being exclusive original jurisdiction in all case-
the in equity. Also in all cases at law not
EIGHTH DAY OF NUVEMBER, comizabve lbv inferior eturts, and in all
-. cses involving the legality rvi ary tax
for the ratifieaticn or rejection of the said jont ase nenti or tol: rig the action o
solutions proposing Amendments to the ejectment, and of all actions invo'ltig the
C. tiatution of the State of Florida, viz: titlel- r broundaries of real e-tatc. and of all
criminal cases not cognizable by interior
ARTICLE XXI. cirurt.s: and original jurisdiction of action of
forcible entr-. and unlawful detainer. and of
That the following amendment to the Con- such other matters as the legislature may pro-
stitution of the State ot Florida be. ard the vide. They shall have final appellate Jurisdlc-
ame is,- bercby agreed to. and shall be sub. tion in all civil and criminal cases arising in
emitted to the electors of the State at the sen- the county court. or before the county judge.
MIa election in November, 1904 for ratification and of all misdemeanors and civil caes tried
or e-ect on* in the courts or record. or judgxneots or sen-
Sectn Si" of Article Eight. of the Constitu- tenees of any municipal court. -and of all caers
tion of the State oi Florida, is hereby amended arising before justices of the reace in countie,
so as to readas follows: in which there is no county cor-t. or court ro
Section C. The Legislature shall provide for record, and supervision and appellate jurisdie-
the election- by the qualified electors of,each tion of matters arising before county judges
county.of the following county officers: pertaining to their probate jurisdiction or to
A letei of the Circuit co-rt, a sheriff. c-.n- the estates and intcrests- of minors, and ,.f
stable, a county a essor of taxes, a county tax sich other matters as the Legislature may pro-
colltctor a* county treastrer, a superintendent vtdc. The circuit courts and judges -hall have
of public instruction and a county surveyor. power to issue writs of mandamn-. i'njnction.
The term of office Of all county officers men- quo warrant.. eertiorari. i.prrhibition. lahean
tioned in this section shall be four years, ex- ci.rpus and all writs. proper or neee"ary to the
cept. that the term of office of the county a'- ccmpketc exercise of their jtri~lition.
sesser of taxes, county tax collector and county Section 24, Article V, f the C, onstitution ot
treasurer, shall be for two years. until the t1e State of Florida is hereby amended so a
general election in .November. 190W, at which tS ae of lo y so
election they also shall be elected for terms uf to read as -follows:
f.ur years each, and- thenceforth all county "'Section 24. Upon the application cf a -io-
offecers named in this section shaH be elected j-rity of the registered voters of any crointv
for terms of four years. Their nower., duties -n t'" s State, t': Legi-aturc -:1ll establish in
and compensation shall be prescribed by law. -'ch county a court .-f rccrd. k 0rd tiert hall
"' bhe one judge for each of the co -, vh<
shall be a practicing attorney at la-w, -an I -iwho
t-Til be appointed by the 4;overn--r a:ind cin-
ARTICLE XXII. imn-dj by tihe Sviatc. and whxo ,ha!l iI nAid s
:- e f,,r four 4ar-,. ihe annual -alxrv oi -e
That tbe iollowing amendment to tC4e c.n- idg of .aid ucnt shall b e iadr ltrn.-t-r:"
Situation of the State of Flo rida be. and th by the county w-re -uch court i- c--: "a
same is, hereoy agreed to, and shall be sub. ad shall he as fllosI.: in cfnti f t-
mittedi to the electors of the S tate at tthe eK- than fifteen tho-,-and population, oe :-nc .?.n-
eral election ina 19, for ratification or reJec- dollars; in counties 0o frinm fifteen thia.;-' o
tiowac. \ thirty thousand population -ixte-en onl'r--d
Section 8 of Article 12 of the Constitution is dollars: in counti', of from thiry t:ou-a"' to
hereby amended so as to read as follows: forty-ive thou-znd piIpulatin., twv -hou,--an
Section \II. Each-icounty shall be rcquir- ,dollar-; and in counties f more than fo-V.
ed to assess and coltect annually for the tup- five thousand population, tn-ntvt-'nr hundred
port of public free schools therein, a tax of not dollar-; and ail criminal court-of ,-recore notw
less than three 0) mills nor more than seven establi-hed in this State, s'naI Utivn the adp-
(7) mis ona the dolar, of all taxable property ion of this amendment. become and oe c-jar.
it the Same. ^ -of record as herein pr-oidcd, and ill offcer- of
s ch criminal courts of record be officers
Sf such court;, and discharge tv duties an-d
ARTICLE XX II. receive the emoluments of vuch until the expi-
That the following amendment to the Con- ration of their present term of vfticc.
stitution of the State of Florida be, and the Section 23, of Article V,- of the Ctn-titutirn
same is, hereby agreed to, and shall be sub. of the State of Florida is hereby, amended so
mitted to the electors of the State at the sen- as to read as follows:
l election in Novcmaber, 1901 for ragiticatinl "Section 2. The court of record shall have
or ration, I exclusive jurisdiction of all criminal cases no-
Section 18 of Article V, of the Constitution capital, which shall arise in said counts, and oi
shall be and is hereby amended so as to read a'l cases at law, in which the demand, of
as follows: value of the property dc-es not exceed one
Section 18. The legislature may organize thousand dollars, and concurrent with the cir-
in such counties as it may think proper county cuit coart, shall have exclusive juri dictki-n ol
court, which sball have jurisdictions of all cases -roceedings relating to forcible entry and un-
at law in which the demand or salue of the lawful detainer of lands and tenements.
property involved shall not exceed five hun Section $8 of Article V, of the Constitution
dred dollar?: of proceedings relating to the of the State of Florida is hereby amended so
forcible entry or unlawful detention of lands as to read as follows:
and tenments, and of mnai~n eaxeors, and final "Section 2. There shall be six terms oi the
the courts of the justices of the peace. court of record in tyear.
SThe trial of suh anneals may be de novo at o t Sa of is hr aneso
the option of the appellant. The county judge as to read ate of Flod is erby amended so
shall e the judge of the county court, and 4Setion 2. There shall be for each cout
shall be an attorney-at-law.
There shll b .elected by -the qualified -iec- of record a prosecuting attorney, to be named
tcrs of said county at the time when the said the county- solicitor, who shall be appointed by
judge is elected a prosecuting attorney for said the Governer and contfrmed by the Senate,
contywo shall hold office for for yea. and who- shal hold office for four years. His
Hin dutiesand operation saU beprecribe ensation shall be axed by law.
by law. Such courts may boe abolished at the Section 8. of Article V, of the Constitution
pleasure of the Legislature. 0of the State of Florida is hereby amended so
Provided that all county judges holding said as to read as follows:
office at the ratification of this amendment -halt Section 28. All offenses triable in the courts i

continue in the exercise of the duties thereof.of record shall be prosecuted upon information
according to their respective commissions and under oath, and may be filed at any time.
until their. successors are duly qualified, and whether the court is in session or not, by the%
provided further, that when any county court county solicitor but the grand jury of the .cir-
shall hercauter be established in any county in cit court t*r the county in which said court of
this State, the county jtdge of saidcounty shall record is held, may indict for offenses tiabte
hold his office and perform the duties of judge in the court of record. Upon the finding oL
of the county court until his term of .office such indictment, the circuit judge shal commit
sbha expir. or bail the accused for trial in the court of rec-
A shall inumediately file therein and infonZateW
CLE IV. based pon such t t upon which infor-
atii the cse shall be tried.
That the followig amendment to the Con- Section I, of ArtileV. of the eConstittion
-stituEon of the State of Florida be. and the of the State of Florida, is hereby amended so
61n5e is, hereby gree*d to5 and shal be b- as to r asows:
31i0ed to the electors of the State at the *en. Sectios WUL There shlt be no county coam
m a for rati ti or re ectin a coaty wher a cort f recrt a e-
That Section 1 of Article 5 of the Cssstits- tablu .....
tion of ae S te of Florida i hereby amended Secton 3, U, Artice V. of the Caosttion
Sas re d followS: other State eo Forida is hereby nnend s so
Sectio Tihmeredt of the State ba n to read sollowa s:
be or d n co- Secto The erk of the r orecor
AW S IMM, ftt anyo bai~iiu CO
is e ha sa h e elected bthe elecm of the eoaty in
the t me a joint W r the tlhthe a tablished an shalle h
in eqpCpT m0< oclatios or corporation.ioffice for fw years, and his ooaspenssatl"O 2ah
The 1 ilma r a net auborie any coun ef iedU bYaw. The1 -ahe te oityB

wm 'pu e.sMinf ~imt or i-. so as a d a. _wsab
I Th .aite y Secion All rle o aetf O
429- h a "f-eflt court, s lt *be iGby- s
kiu- usae1rd. S .1 besgloo

Ssecrd. Changes .,f verte ::: .e he. :'-m a
court of record to another c- rt rC c,-:. cr
to the cicuit Ct.:t ':- t--e tr-nty ifr *the
,rtne cases. and n dcr the -.-- ne r
4hibin-g the tenue irtn! t-hl curit ctnT (:
c.r--ty. The Govv,,kr .nay, in hi- .r:.-n.
s:der the circ-it j.:dge havmje i:.-^,-g.i- of
bhe 1r-it eourt ,ti %ny county, a
,ecial term of a CCrt ,"' recr< uch
county. ior the pur- e of tyinj M.
which' the judge 1it the court k-i .c'r": -,7
be tiSqualficed. Partie- -o any ca;uc t aw
uL a co-rt .- record d. .sll have 'e -r: i:.'t
to t-ial by judges ad item, :.ay exist under this Connitutio,. ,,r he 'Wlw-
in retierence '4,) ca-if- in rc u-'. :. ir -n- ,
ii tee TSit .coin 'e1ni :- ,iti-t
fed. "ra --?,r 'e reu-e i TO e c-rrir ,:,-t o,
the countyvin -,Ahihi -,ch Ct:.t o i rtc.rd mr.ay
*Sr- 32. i Vte o, f -ie C i-
ti t t" t CsZa'e *:' Flo :da i, he-r -y a.merded
so i *o on. f-

cc-nty, wh-ere such cfurt, e;-A rb

That t'"e Kf'ir n-e7-t rcn
2t. Article li. d -F-c'.- ;. e
111. a;.d the repan f '.ec:, n -. <-:
V1I cfi te --ntit'kn e :;. of
Fiordat., :I. and ae 0ereIy re- -
he -'*.-d t-. ;'e -.e',Kr-c .i 'hc Ove : z'-e
general cecti.-n to ito e i- N' .%\.\c-'t-r A.
D1. I;<. to- -it:
Src-ion <, eAr.cle tIl ., e Ca- i.-
of he ta-e -ri' erey a .
as tv read a- lfu;r.fws: .lt
Section 't. The Leg-'It-ture n a-
Special or local law in :-y i tof '-e i.-m;
enumerated cases: that i. to y, rena:sin
the jurisdiction and aelutie 'f any .i a .- ..i-
fice., or r the punismimt-:- i crime -'. -
demeanorz except for the en'orcecnrnt o1 pecx -
al local laws regmatirg the pactic 4- 0 cot:,c
of J.usice; proividing fir changing ennue of
civil and criminal cases,; granting d;vormres
changing the names oft .ter,,n-: vacating rnad,-
sumnoning and empancling grand and petit.
juries and providBng for their cunmpe=naTon:
for assessment and cotlct-ion of taxes fcr State
and county, and municipal parpos*e-: tor open-
-mg and conducting elections for :tate anrd
county and tiamicipal officers, and for dc_-ig-
nating the places of voting: for the sale of real
estate belonging to minors, estates of dece-
dents. and of persons laboring under lemal di.-
c-ilities; regulating the fees ; offi cers of the
State or county or munnicipalities: giving effect
to informal or invalid deeds or wilhs; egitimiz-
ing children: providing for th'e adoption if
children' relieving minors from legal di-abili-
ties; and for the establishment of ferries.
Section 24, Article 111, cf t'he Con-itin :.m
of the State o Florida is hcrtL y amended so
as to read as folowQ:
Section 24. The Legivlature .4-All e-wablish
a uniform fystemr of cotuny gove'n-mint. It
shall divide municipalities into cla--c-- fi not
more than fi,ur, en the tasis of p-fpultion:
it rha!l establish for each cias" a uxani-, ys-
tem of government; it skall r' fr :'e re-
irc-orp-ration oi each now existing mur.ic.--ality
and for the incorporation c-f each herrafte, to
be incorm-rated ranicimpity int, one ch
ela2-es and no law relating to the e-Cation,
government= t or powers of any nmmicipali:y or
number of nmuniciptlities !c<': 'hrn t'e tcle
of a ctas-, siall be valid.
Section S. Article \VIIT. ,i the C ,ti--'z cn
o the State of Florda i. hereby reA-;'ed.
The -vo'e cast in comjiance a sd pro.
pcSed A metdmrnts. and the can.-av-. ec-';a-
tions and returns therco:. -han "e -'-act o
the same regulations and restr:c', n- c-are
r'-,ided byv law fcr General ilec'.t' in 'he
State i f .lorida.
In te'-imo-ny ..!rere. I have h:ere-nt.o 't "yi
hand and afixed the fGr7at eal 'i the S:ate
c-f Florida, at Tai!ahn5-ee. !:e the frst day rf Arx-sst. A. TD. 4.-.
eS -exa- "t i.:e.
To L. XV. Fenne!!, Shfri; A:c'usa Co rnty,


Fine Wines, Liqupos and Beer.
Ordeer So .eitev.._ P.omtrat .-h rTnent.
Jug Trade a Spcialty.
Blrarc Per Gal.
Ol Dominion W:key..... ... ..
il- r Lake Ric .............................. 4.5
u ilimt X X Rye ..................... 2SO
Baltiv-re XXXX RBe ..3 50
Carn ila' Rye ............... ...... ......
W. W. Ducan Rye ... t00
laported Gin ........ .. 3
Hollazd Gin ..................?.... ... 2 0
Old Tomt Gin........................ .- 2
Corn.bA. 91 -00i. 4-5. amd............ 300
Rock arm Rye ........................... 25
Peach an Honey......................... S
isporte Rua .. ............... 350
Jamaiea R .................. .... .
New Enaiand Ra u
Blaekbemy Brandy .. ....... ..............
Catawlbs W ine ...... .. .. .......... --
Budweiscr Beer.-per doz ................ 150
Pab.t Blue Rlbbou Beer. er doz .......1 SO
Tampa Beer. per doz ... -c ............... 1

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and Building aerial,


Sashi, lftigtz, Cerd, Baidmi

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Palatka, Fla.

Hunter Rye XXX. ...... 1 --
xxxx ................ ..t..... --
GoldMed.... ... ..... ...
OldBaker... .............. 8 m
Royal Sel ...,.... ... ...

Cora Whiskey. ....... .ljQog
Gin. ................ t
Case Goodsat lowest price. Et
charge for j ,gs :4-gal, tL ; 1-gal. 1
I5e; 2-gal., We. en will allow pass
chargedforjugs wctqr to ts.
Goods boxed if desWred. -15-ea

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d -I h-.. _- --

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[M gee. : r*
ift appei- by amdavit te tolh
fMied in theaboe tae4 sa 6 -
RtWek thedefmaat tbeueft ata ftk
resleat f the Stoeof fdmt...s al.A.
o twema- yew tollUPeeow
that wNsMnui m tdf a-he -.t. ..--
berebyredq om-to mppeo a 4t Ift M i V--.
Plat"ntf i bMeaigo orbteta*b ia.
the kda-of Oeso berA. A. D ML ---.:

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in tbe G .inmstWe S&o. a new A pa -- Mgi
i < C.. Detr n edWSae.

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Alachb" VsO"r:. PeMS--J y.
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