Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: April 24, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01093
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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" tt b oo.4 .as. 44as u 1of wealth, au oeber oth4t,
o rious famTily, ua with ai
Sthe fr lght espotles reputation, caused sur
ot the e etti pb-i* oI h rmGt
A ttItati n tg Thlud ao toraofl 'he w,, twke,
lew #Wd t taein frlmas etb is this elty whll I ismn*
WI p h$ ,the ti U whole traita ldby two C
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Oes es will cm Ir eal seMsA ro bakeIts e here rand gives $L
before the dioeoas oaiventule to h l they thea ttnormedl Gimbelr that l
held tl this ty a nt mamt. ht leshare Of attremted brhiber would
sad that Ikt io. by aln esau re tra beo placed teg tetl, and ty took
those who favor divhlo to eept him, to he e toordit attora S th ale
It ias a settled ft tat tt itut Wl tdroth st plot
decided upot, for there are grat6 *b. btirt AttorneY Kroetel 'anamount
Madsi to he way, that a mlortf ofaoe to aif hl reisarse. '
61i the oreuatmay aaeither regard 0la eJ was roles he behavy' ball.
ia asuperotble or ptadvo lsble to be ad started ostelsibly lor his, hte
Woewte with at tisr ua.l Theret. Pb*adelpbl. He never reOhed.
Ui a strong element among the Lple there. Instead. he wema to the Pal.
Swrl thar the Wiodiocese tace hotel lh Inoboken aGd there with
should continue as ant ateger. I broken glss obtained brom a water
S;It pitcher, ut his throat is many places
theeit l The fy h Heatd. a and gashed his left worst. It was
d w-ith a-tlla lmk#. The-e -Pt lphl. 6%& Uev1r reI* h-- l
*heeta rf T01hreo nued H. mid Krhft rnrtl~. ut w


Washlgnton. Ga., April IS.--L.L. U"ug"t for us mt aL "- atPBU
be saved, but Saturday he bpa msud-
Blakloat an w deny to fapl, and latol sunday n g
oon.eeted ctluse of Hyde, a small hope was abandoned.
villageI, 8 Alle s ortb t of Wash. That the mental stral under whih
Inaton, was fIud pnP e on the floor Olmbel labored becassm of his arrest
r his bedrooml n ay or, man with was one of the moat Isportant contri.
a pistol bet al hIn brils, and the butin o bl h failure to cover from
weapon beside him, tng that he found i the a or Dr. u
bad committed alde. 'There w as wt, en the opha of Dr.
no one who witWapeed the t bt t t f1myt heph who a
was found by h wb ,able e.* trom Ph ltdelphia to attend hit. It
wcued froaa lsth es boae was only by the gostant ue of stia-
Nothing waf left b? nhtheghouot. u aluts that the pati t was kept alive
aNotoh fad cat the Craue of be ss aday, the doctor a d. Mr. Ol
an da bel's evido desire to 11e ove at-
deed....


One Steamer Rame Aawethe.
Baltimore. April 21.--he BrittUh
steamship Barnstable, OCptala Davild
soa, arrived in port Maday amrnla
from Port Antonio, Jamaica, with a
large bole in her port aide, ad with
her stem twisted. She wa rW aIto
at tfll speed at 10 o' coek ltday
morngal by the steamed Old Piat
C O fort, whleh runs fto Cape
Charles City to Old Poit Qomatrt.
Va. No one was lajuvt oe either
resel. Captala Davidesao md ot"
aosmat tor the acefdeet.

VSuiwruy War Noures WrMt Penrlea
. Piladelphia, April 83.-.Mrs. Car.
U011 P. Dye, aged 71. o tfhis tt,.
p% M t ofA the Amodiats of A
NMMr of thde lvl war. whoI dM4
ae work oa mas battleseda |
esflettag 4ata fro oae kueas Ml
ere setre tag female na m b o
am lto States who naw ars

the ear, with a vtew to
eaclgr wit tao toskMa to th6
eaRtag of peaei flroam a gw .
abIt for thee t sateO dines.


Cairo, lst. A1 S W .
dleerdora hua eaearrd hee a
audt of a tatle at the ahek
MsA tramway e tWIeys 1 the ofty
MeNe attacket UaIeft s aWt
Utaptd to ru, e6l
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ter the arrival of the members of his
family who did their best to eoonr-
ae. him to live and Ight for his lib-
erty. ao operated gratly to the ~i.-
advastage o the doctor, who wer
striving to sae his life.
Mrs. GOibel had remained at the
hospital where ahe eald be called at
a momnqt's note aad was almost
owstantly at his be4dddeo ndeavor-
lag to overcome hs dire to be re-
lieved of b4s trouble by death.
Members of th ftably had a strong
hope that if Mr. Globel recovered,
tle charmes against imd could be
overcome by the ple of nlanlty,
mad they had regaAg Mr. Shields of
Itladelphia to a4sUlt aS*l In this
Wity o tiAt the ase. They had de-
iN to send Mr. Otabl to a aay-
krm t they were sressaa \I coart.
It became evidet bWe mIaldght
t G Ol abe l could S us nles be-
nie tratmena was atttep'ed. Ox.
4Ite was admislatered to kim all Sat-
rMay afternoon and Oaday atght.
iater be failed o reapad to the
' tM1at sad (Oarlas Olabl thi
ed that a a teat reort is
be lateetolate the veias
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the atlna1~tto put as* sa to the
acc0aaIst* outf*A hOre.
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&M' toe m~aNS 'qkte 0pris-
t~hI himl sootesee~m ta dea'thby
kaagusts 'and earned outthe seIA.

IA* **WeehvictMS of the ao aulet
and iraopl. SWts totallea gokilled
"an 21 Wss44. The, amoity of
40 "wunWear e wetubg the so*i
Isis.iCI~;?L.


' y BEE IMPENDIO

t. negotiations Have Co0
to a Deadlock.

LVTRAL AMERICAN ADvjI

1 0o1ble teems to Hinge on a Doem
o Nioaragua Has Made Tow"
4 i'-Iandor-Would Hold Her R
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Waahlba*ton, April 23.-.xI( ,
*v M4 her Monday I ro.n 'ert
'AAMo"a M to the effect t!ld.
O A SS toutslwtion. w h hivcn b4v3
t~i'oeeI ifor the past few la%.
401aff t baiy come to a
aa. It Is feared that a rerA'a:
V" It~tlfla I Impending.
The diSculty appear to be in
Allasiki demand that S:icvad
rball beel d responsible Ibl f Ah b
0o"urre Which Conditiou is 1t, k
Oaublal.


FIRE IN TUNNEL.


Colliton of Trains on Louisvi;l a*
Nashville Railroad.
.,KnoZvlt, Tenn., A:):,3.
portion of the Copper Ridge tur.ae!
thLe Louisllle and Nashille ra-ir-
17? rllle north of this city, cav
Moaday. The cave-in smothe:.4 t
Aft Which had been raging in the ,
"1 slice Sunday afternou,:n alut
'block, when a rear-end cv:'i;int,
ct led in the tunnel. Two brake
wra Injured, D. M. McReady
W. J. Moody, both of Cor')ln, Ky.
It lI estimated that about i .0, f
of the tunnel is damaged by the
burnlhg the wood lining and sup?)r
aad by the cave-In causoil by th


--.. orta U iving away.
Death t Me C. Mit. A locomotive, caboose ani t
Atlanta, Apr S.-~M C Maa eol car* were consumed by t:.e
D. Hnm, wile oft Seltltetor eo ail, The tunnel may be cloed tio t
died Mbnday ahiraing t ae o lei a e ft for several weeks. In t, me
on Piedmont ear5.e, he h ad been tine the Loulsvllle and N:ihv'.!'
Mtl for a lomg e, but her dettl ulsngtheSouthern rallway racr t
comes a groat shock to hutraeds tbi city to Coal Creek where ; e
of frisnas In AtlantU ad throughout raods cross.
the state. Thet fteral wilt ofou%
Tuaday morning at the Sard Hieart IMPORTANT CONFERENCE
church, father Qunn conducting the
servfoes. The Interment will be at Hish Offolale of 8everay ,Rail
O0ilad cemetery. Gyteme Moet at MemphIs.


Memphis, Tenn., April ',-.
Mrs. C. P. Crisp Very II. portoat conference betwecnn thw p
Amerleus a,a., AptI N.-Mbs. 0 ieat anad other high offiin:s I
P. Crisp, widow of th la teu dtina eral railroad systems in 'he *
gushed speaker of the atal Wobte ad aN I uber of the river and ra;I
of repreagt tatlre, t erloiuly t osm IatsI of the lumbermus (
at her boe., la Amertics, i., ad f Memphis, Is being held hpre.
apprhenslon for her recovery g sa is executive. Freight t
valls. Mrs. Crisp has bean well is are bef.,tldscussed, bu: t'o for considerable te., and her em- tople to b taken up is the c r .
dltlo tIs moat uatw&orable. a" Sttu on.t.
O -A S alaorai banquet was ,r.l
*osm 0e 0 Aeere* ta te "rtaltnl oecials by John 11
aceksonville, la., April IJ.--The kil, pre^adst of the New .inS
schooafr Maria Oilbert, Captain Slm- Railroad T ralal ompany Sp<
Aosl, 1 O tolU, from, aataore, on' wer made by Messrs Htira .. F
April, 2. th oal, want aa e 71 y, R,.usse and Governor Milo
ia orth O MAyort, tTrAldy R Pattters.
naflt. The erewof el tBt ma land- _____
ed on the beck. Tnag ffer Jack- hart May a Quarter Mili
aonvlle,. made tlefatual attempt Now York, April .3 .-Thf,~'w'
to pull h 490. la the acmoat of W. o. :
" Mstas t lu o. lerk of the Tr'
TGaedeW Ala.M Ap l pany of North Ameriicsa.
GOdada. Ai0.. rpo =--A inllait teelln 00oo In bo bad t"
wmdk iIi hll i ol Uti ecty, at I i tutues, may reach a "'
o'look S ay i mlm te Ul li dollars. Doulla-
vri siad Nauh< fIdway1, I 1 .eSl Tho o'kl..ci '
pletdy Wbe l -e- r WOVe SWl *al A'tkhe Thnut c rtor
eos. to rsrtr b a g a tie tm rof s arrest tha'
d40e to pwaty a oa Uit mi. a9w ay vwith $50,00 i *.
was reported. "a it was reported Vha
olie a autoa coultA:
Wema Will Try fo t Iplbe. t *lh B ajll da
eNw York. April 3.-Mle C. t i vr e ds tf beads
Satton, at Califorau, wi vil start wowld neagm $M,.o Th4 w1e
ar kaglaad oa May 17, 1e aSi Ifr a a4 to ki bhoe tlo oCr '
the vahgs liv tealsnls fams f statsf t heaWr.
sep. will take part l the o iaa ir.011
111 t t 1*e 1. Nihe"olas ata- this O elet Neer New Th.wU gh
wSk. wt-h ebalC- Wtt._ H Itae -MI ., April to -
" at i a C he mlga kgm a the NIll
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,I&dow foo bon ofg the h will bef
wi the 2IppOt stint, aos
begt*l. abMs whlsqUS thus a hla fore'

bAN iuSOJ pnietly uguerd in thlae
wsk 1 o, kMtlagIno of uaea h.taal
~"hItb~i ~wit m s cold storage
phst$im So4 &b modeqr' ppflaucesi
)hchla*ots &M the Coiqobms Iron
Works, ONW;( Os. 'hav been 4ere
for'tbe pWs three weeks Installing
tbe UAsRhlorwy, and It-I1W expected
that before the ad of the week ar


rver the steam will
Thr wi-il add


be turned on.
apothirliwk to


G eteals lse' inf of id
Ihnami as tdis li the oeaftee o ted
ve04table ft trit shipplag dstrtit,
It ts abte' asume that the pwjct
whieh Ml employ a lare r anber
of hands, will be a paying on .
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DOLIHTFVPUL SOCIAL FUNCTION.'
Mises Addl ind Lovie Goode nter-
Stian Miss Pond at nIntf'l Danes.
One of the delightful elal fun -
tdos Ok-se 5so0 waas MI tatormal
hop tendril by Misses Adte and
Lo~te" oode to' their fried, Miss
Mae PWon of Jacksonaille, who is
here as their guest, on Moniay even-
Ith.: -
This dance was given at the arm.
oryiand there were eighteen couples
proeit. The program oomprised
eighteen numbers and four extras,
making the evening a most enjoyable
one.
Durl the evening dellcous fruit
penoh was served, and it It needles
to add- enjoyed.
Miss Pound formerly resided here,
and her numerous friends are under
obligations to the Misses Qoode for
'an onbortunit to meet her aPin.


Jheauastow h II. n i, thisit.ift
thIasfew on 1(o a *tei
A. Ri. Harpet. She 'ehfoditeWtO a 6ia'
Ak View, bei wher sher will ut a


few days as tbe guest of r. W i. Mrs.
P. PaullingMrs. Johnston's frend


here were delighted to se her pain.
Honor to Mi6 MoCreary.
Twhe friendslo MiseCaprn MCre P.a



In this city and elsewhere are pleased
at the honor which s been bstowd



upon her in her election a byt thl
president of the Martha Reid Chapter,
U. R. C., as one of thet eralds at
the Viae overentiohe of th Uted a
eaug dtas of the et ofede. ay, r.be
Fhld Pal r. JJtoa' ksonvll.r d
Misshere re deleted to asee her aga
Honor to Mfee MoCrnary.
The friends of Mi- trene McCreary
in this ofty and elsehere are pleased
at the honor which has been betowed
upon he la her selection'by the
president of the Martha Reld Chapter,
U. D. C., as one of the heralds at
the State convention of the Ugited
Daughters of the Confederacy, wo be
held in Jacksonville.
Ml-a McCrearr to now Talttht her


i bang them Free of Chi


8AINESVILLE
FURNITURE COMPI
'., WRITE US.

Aicbu County Abstract
([Icorporated]
Ppfer M. Co ls. Pres.: J. W. Blaoui,
Pros. B Colaon. Sec.-Trem
G OAINE8VILLE, FLA.
We do an exeloive Abstract
NIe, with faeilitiea fnr imparitin
loformlo on conuernirg th, Tli
any and all lands in A;nctiis eo
All basin*. traoeritAd promptly
fritod& MIss Margaret Jac.ik
Pjagold, Arkansas. but wil
doubt return in time to arceI-
hoor and act.


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S ... rpeaus vommes tor ne oonnaence the trading public have in the values they offer at their sales
Se have hundred of good bargains on our counterss every day, and.we claim for value to always be a little under
| p It Will pay you to make your list and come each day this week, for you will fnd something t6 repay you.
.giving gooda ISway, but if yon will gebt oers' prioe and then oome here you will find s always a little cheaper.


the -other
Wb don't


4PA AE s MEN'S SmTS
So d )esIftne Madras 8hirtmsa
one Of tb w m to $1.95, forth
Sale ~;i,,,,.,,, ~~
CO doxen XWhWte and Colored M wn.
Shirtsa-t l r aowl for $1 W0-for this
Wle 1.4 0,, 4 0 $


SPECIAL SAlE
set V


T-WAISTS AND
'stuns.r


Pretty Silk Shirt-Wakst its at
Half Price.


about


fhirt.Waists, slightly soed, at abdut Half
Eblr value.


SPECIAL SALE FINE SKIRTS


No old stock to dose out, but all new-
most all of them just in.
Beautiful Voile Skirts in Black, Blue, Tan
and Cream.
This week you can save from $2.50 to $5
Not a ad day's work. Let as show you
I- III fl i .L


SPECIAL SALE WHITE


Hundreds of yar& wee sold the first two
days. Plenty in rmerve yet.
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SPECIAL SALE LINENS, SPREAD

SEES.A i PLLOW CASES
SInvestigate a& d fi4 their value today a
yoU will ind theyarebheap.
tamdard B'eacnhin at Sale prica


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|KNATE PROCKEDINO^ l
5 htate ow cnalM to r1
1kU ni1. afternoon, with
H to the chair. TwItt
|mr responded to ra lL '
w ere reds trou tbi Foin r
sl ocilety, IadoringU MPS rofig
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SNoIw ll I ntronodued.
~ein the nmw bile Intro duc
Sthe following:
SMr. Trammell-To prrecrIbe
t o which railrods shall eoB -
and maintain road croosht
P eidin pealties
I r. Trammell-Relatla to payp
Sof license or privitlee tax by
t rendering srrtl to
Wc within the State of. Flor-

S. Trammell-Relative to
Sd corrupt practt- oaneqeot-
rh elections and prtary le&s
Ind fiing penltie, probltWln
contributions by awrprsar
fad employment of wqrr.
Mr Tnunmmell-To provide that
and aedare of 1
IhAll in certala ian e be liae
w for daUmage, to.
Mlr Hendersot.-*To am'ItS p;'
te relating to eant** W
d servants. -
Ilr. Hendron.-To proMhit the
"Kfttnf o todr 06dte fft.
ty county in the OtaW ttao
county in the Stat.
Mr.Humphreys-To pgWeo r- ^

t* and to proTviei th

F .Neel.-To rmead gestio
r8^1 BStatutea nrLhe to.to
0of towns, eitlM as mi


P'tat may be pdt tf JI ger.

requirtai fe ni t o

Sterrioo.
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.4d..how


wers in open sesmaon signed by the
jproidt and the secretary of the

ille on Third Readling
On motion of Senator McCreary,
tegular order was waived and bills
on third reading were considered
l4 :Semate bill No. 89, by Mr. Mo.
OCary, amending Section 187 of gen.
eal statates relating to publication
of Eit of qualied voters, was read
the third time pad p6dd 8O to 0.
This c t simply define the word
pulMish a meaning printed in some
newsopper and not by posting or
etherwiae, and also defne the duties
of the supertsor to registration.
Sate bill No. 89, By Mr. Mo-
riry, relating to amag to stoOk
by po hat plat was read tl tfll
aad passed, t2 to 0.
By, Mr. OrQil-4or protectloA of
$had, p cbe else season April to
Dember, ad prohlbtin transpor-
taoa o- p4osenlon of auch shad ,dur
ng blomd. aeem, was read the third
time and passed. 22 o 0.
Senate bill No. 12t, by Mr.. Willis,
by request-Relating to catching fish
with seinee, neto or other met device,
or, by shooting or giggle in frahb
water lakes, was rad the third time
with an unfavorable report by the
committee on fisheries.
On rollcall bill was lot by vote
of I to 18.
The resident uoouneed the name
of Senator Cottrell as mber on
part of Senate joit committee to
Ytt eonvlot aemap, ad ak for
mother volunteer to 1i out the S*.
ate's complement of two. To this
tl there was no rponse, however.
On motion of Senator Bhckan,
oese bill No. Sa, by Carter of Ala
ohb, was rd the soond ad t hrd
time mh paued by vote of 14 to 1.
This bill appropriate ,100 tfor uae
W jelnt eomitttee to Investigat
trAlesetlonS of the lateral Ihprove
anet board.
Th Senate them adorned until


IN THE HOUSeL
The House oavea d at 3 :3 o'etock
p. i., peaker Matthw iN the cbatr.
After prayer by the asplan the
eanreetlo ar o te Jmor fl fonwed,
md ethe toW i bmnes was mtake

Mr. 0Wrtr eo AI4u er the cam-
aMtes to ivestls the tfto ermal I-
pisrntm tdinbmffmi asa-
gi- iu N MUars 1r SlN sppro.
peam mear m ri to emplto
6M. 5Ike "s -Enjems was
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M. *ad M ot" ed Mf r. rcar


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[; ne iianm 1oefn*-n
blrtU passed I.to
Teallams of
Wartlsed in to
fr By Mr. 14t 6 "
i daplrm ratn.&ali ;ll
S By Mr. R of ltn,
In( u to tlme fttsi am
Brought i,
By Mr. QR R ut Pa
Ing for pub*ll B iasase
By Mri M o
lao to pen
By Mr. D t )o
Approprlating WO G a0 Blty iir
two years trIt ate e M*
winter fair. .
By Mr. 00 Jla0w.-'
lating to boeada, hftwrt 40 -7
taking fund '*
By Mr. S Po8k. It
prohibited d4 Ot l 01 0'1
By Mr. M of P"tSm
payment of $r W1,$000 t|
and forreltui''st la htlUmai


ty itto road
By Mr. Mo d
eatingg to vot t
By Mr. Ftert A ti@i*.*Pr
Tiding for bt 001tW lita
urers of surpi i t*a and tIi -1
funds to othl .
By Mr.f V
Creating a Stab W!nM
By unanimeqi et. Mr. Wt*~ .~' ,
of Dade In oalqg .
resolution No. i'W leaft noeatht
of apppropriSt AbMiMtt syseto pf ,
pare general i ptt bi md
submit to botht t .&la tha
May 15; adopted Ode supesk o"
rules.1
A message VW ft"* the min ga
and the usual toMs w i
bills and res t 1"i
Ioase bill -1t4, 0*^..
shop bill of b S t (R ":.
was a*PO -4 ib 9aa
order for lC. m~or,* ,

the Hou"e alst*
toS goa ll Wfe ei at t ,)ik .
change oftue,. a SOS

by Mr; MOeall aaWterit othwr
members. Is, U Ki m foem .-.. ,
another, bahq aes greJ tames ba ^i
the Houne. The Umnmt,0 was igt.
and the bWl w(as prAv4' tw I 4
endar withtt morm eef .ft omo
tee.


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By Mr., Warmu*m of no*
thrSlM 00 raft"- ""ON


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lo5w, woe ~o -itpa im-o Wi.. wite
'ow IN. 1*..jL .. I., MCKItujck, of La rur
IP I V so irr p
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,a~ribi`~~ftij Me"Il~gbilml Lydia(
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'Twolftw oreSUM310 well and ~do
they~k~gO S~ ~.kwg.paL Any one bbe
Yest IJ4oave ad It At I h 's, Ew IMftt Mr~iS I IWiL BM wI ral
naeeW. het?h 'yth a hlodre BtPESW
d 118641 sm o ~~ilaq.Waeinshaouldnrmembei, that Ly
9*0 l&ACt* sin.tba
asiow NIP "61jins" wish s die- a *NA

sffei~lh tSr~abc~ntt eein I be lu* frecrid.for the gres
A- Ito4 1611", P 611906it 07g'factli"of sotual cures of female
~.Ibdw.s~ us-ol our L.,suffouju woman in t h
bs goj- ONO the. Otesbl 1. bstasked to accept
u I to n I t Is free,
d"sie.wsgio#. i is esibew~4 e

30twIm4e ~Wvo t stba1 --A- Washand may
Ili$ stop'~adL( aaortooo r~~;f~

Ali 4wassl"l. ~CbiclM-J



yt 901 HK-Wawes a gurgling from any form
ANd 1* eals Weakness re invited
How* l* R 4M Nw v nm Cool and OW Ai aio selat", a I'ms prs yl communicate with
TI ha= d1.thw
~ey l eai v in mid4ummer. A Vr& 8@4 14 __ % ?Iu at Lynn, Mais. From
mams given, the trouble may
he 1sea d the quickest and surb
1 t 1 O t0?* she 0 10Tat thle615001 OfW. W. mpton,
N o wall W t% iltcen a S1p. t. This meeting Is 4slled for .2 090 ywt ou of experience in trs
1,01i fow~g' ~ Mt enale Ill. Mms.Plukham prolbal
the *A I ohairw Of the board ofa1Ut41 q to e she nveyknowledge that w
o 5~he~ exec~ioirUtive oou e gt aE elp' ,yourcame. HCer advice is I
.51r Itrro B-MO A0i itlion. fuo A w e od a helpful.
lose 1.1160"*o 1%. waysoobWheuc OtlicrsTrd
toAp!l~ flrWrAN BP~rn e. ~cr I~yi 1Uh 16 i rlau u n



-iaeee, easi ng i s o lesS a nd ITthatii36 'the OOSanfr 4pu .d of: 4s 'A tflA1IY is

401e6setwatey kled ,ON Aoe lYVh ''V I1JT
Isitgs1sins.' Then RM. she elctedby 0tS 'it*Ick JLLUIAST ADSHfECOMPAN
T Ono a".' $of a n01mm 01111 aton A ooontrna*
0,4t0111 :6 f h h.e Now, eos o di ts his pe I, s o f so PQWe s bthin
is a ehoeh,' r ao~~~.c u. ecb rr~ t uo lt a, erni ta enmk.norh, bre, 0~eOhi sDf~ o~~ud foqlcef



5610 th 0tattd wIll presIat. 0the New Per. ,

lAgt ame atw mo bent ha iltowit ten of'I" siobW o
die w ,s apoe peatinP "B Ae 0 ems mtben th hots w I
sheet pe, em oe eu forohe firetovgot

seel A ao li ting.io o a weoldkby W.V. Jo ui am buffe uodleepIge E.OV 1 S & LQ f WEI f
easax shooks puoS byrt ',6 th hs t 4
he Opsol and any ofter of the To Aaosllu cuw.Rerodtie i *







sr b Control and wysho mipe l ondfAdbIsr Iaksomvills, nll at 8301. a
ef M~a *~~' Instantly. Thd oosvenlemceofMiithis $Mole OwnsuoLine andJckoniarradivesYrk
As shwlommI ts ps"Toj e .Y
bMios ee ~is t agil le e jdoient uthat bof Aten tIe in Jins&.
be~ ~~dL~b nheei tob uimits ~SpS ______________
Ud~Old Newl~ Englan andt~ 8outhernp~ LineN
B*#t54S ~ctede I 10. tIs wayr mabn the houewe tor
I~eu'ssir embleest, dsstom cook. a vUaret @1o dihs at eat r toe Pregh Is6 eea JA IO6TO N and
II ~j 4b hlp iThee~ thet~ tostn artof it. hile the "'o PejrT9~I roas1r


65001 eneeptud, *in otiated reanuis
aI.h* puuo~bS clg~rr ~o. w. lhbl Os wasin and tren day the Jr~ t.j'~.uiZL
ilur .r., wot ote comor an ovmec fteNw_ Dti AKOW. n A
tortedse n1 ae Pero tIr will b greatly apraoted. okob~o r0a irP'~Z baLNgl~OQ ~ T~
~.ne esrs. grnammse IOs h r~~ th es oeV le ooeaa fl $rl k atoo lalrb &eroewd Dembedll) DrplraiaimdJtroIt
~ Imire eego~ In MI. ma adund dose a wdayto with It Ui* JahS River. DC BAR1
L ~Ool~m ~ ~ arryng a the manylw othr d;m~ SLmmer JACSOVILE ai "EE


emed# will it so a e s. nosw o w
SI ,Sr 0 u s 0 s p. a. Be i9alo e t- IabmuM. daily .e-
*is e other stoe. T. ne S m a. felws Jev t embe vtle, daily eaccma
.._____ ti is made to three iads, with eme, pt I dar, a Bs a.. _.
P ruit Cro KUied, two,and three b r 1era a i. s-wa ...
Colo.. April 03.-A Beg Smtae to give tlrlstsaa. - lBh. .
te mperatue s i e tohe A thbr home comfort is nt Rayo l...... .. .... ..., .. ..... .... J
lbra 14 d egree Obe v lampr beih produces a Ight aof u. ll ******** .... .. ..... ...........
eordM by the weLet bM en r u brigtane t M aye t O w"'"". ...... a'd m.o.
sa Pueblo, ad o nrat s.I s m al ht t" t will not hut twe w o......'..'..; ... ..e...:: ..'.... I
III' Iate oll r' 1reY ar e u p o s b e *M4 r a0 a m ... . .. ,, ........ .............. 10 01
in. Wtt COdadouS aM*ei. aIo* lAMP .an he Used isayM. ..a go
WOUedI eo t. wh t er It u b a t, Sorg uMoI O. AN.T W 2MNW..mw.AT, n W.AW..A1)1..
r. l pawI. or bedroom Its M s. T. P. Am A. G. At J e Ml. P.

oWmie t atei d o TAT P. T. .. 0. iw, 90. P. A..
alr TOWl at hMau= rR4mem Mtna to W Bmrt Afb t~ TTo&
t 'r'a Seed Corn *e' =

up" T.m 1P Jss i, A..00 L r A..
N* Oe N Werteetke Wtok IM t feb aitote ni.
Ua l".)" sa"1s The OnM y Sd bre, w fork...^.
-T1 0m ~hmL ,.7. AA*.,
tome seiM Tau sWes.t e 0

sm- om a" -'"ima L an&
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m*& raw 3.mw-a, e914 p Pol
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LSaida3 ban b a
it but a ridoIw.
01 to eme it ad 01 O

r Wellman will t L
he will be a w a Mlbi


mr Beard trimmed the
I of hi constitutioal ae"l
Od its passage has naevr be
a a "close *have,"

sry Taft s very fond of oa
which has proved vey *ooth-
the hot air balook froat-which
hi imposed upon him.

musing to note the test aced-
I tllroad presidents ashe to
kie House when o f the
bWin talking leisl


reent cold wave ap
's peach crop In the bud and
Ol blush of the bWerta wrll
Sgive my t Florida's t d
i Waldo.

s Tork laborer re t)y awal
Sair of scissors, t .i
Ihil to state iwhotb tN| |
It "cut the fool" 0the v
I cored of appedlettIs.

nilroad slaughter still khp
ace for the March report
u of Afty-three wrecks and
0o deaths. This comes at
Me managing railroads.

hw the State Lsl slatrtes of
t Republican States don't
I dorte the Predldeat Mo
SThe factional ght i the
I Party I gettti g as de
Sdoor. ,

& Bcott, says Tat, is not a
Sfor President. Them why
h* er akl e Acha fua s
" why is Senator pral er
FL Ire alarms to aroee *ht
ItO Ictiion?

L l agree with P est
Spon hi. advice t .. t
Ilts Ilt trees on AsOr we,
UY d Taft wU l ,l
hr this country wi .
6esrt unless trw e


I B a wa d Prsirtadr N
Sht* come to tle
hi by soaf other pS

>-et thon other v ll ,
Pre roo" r lawNA

k Hr Irt' o L a
bl biud Mto rtMO
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,w at waot

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*-,o dags all it




t earNlni utaosy pie of that 1.
boa pt. while the

h!tJthee hea T, King oa l
Sh tobit u Can anyone
-ro. a i a leto about,
which
tI today' The to win avor
-dt' latmre lowed thea
Sap a d to thlt Republican
b~e 0o e 0rr It a way. for

SUnitbraced eachte









newepsa' m[n who darew t phe fet at 6
t oe itia tht government.










b hed? Ms hit re of ,tbe Dress Aght about a-*
w at It to be p rssagerd The ingor t
-b- pint, ad N lle to vMalu tclly bua
; Wp frtcim that fadist e glso s concessithaton in
b ras replien d In a letter to at ll ll
o 6ti ta e o4 mIl today'sn Eveanin to wah favor
Investlptlon
i to w that the Governor it


e aty ia:o doa to ther I not strange.
:Of ,Ake pres light about a'
ir .hat Int ptop e hallvled in looking for t
e tg.tt pnt ea an learned tou vy e



te*6 fwapefta ot every o true ma.
e Ie i t s Now The W t
t taric m that w cgats that the








.ree.om o he press to tritiie- andH
Sbla s e v en In thh boetit b rbrbt thae P
Usn ii se aetter than no nly has to looM
o 6a layt man the enftorc of him dolas it.
the al osr the Couldatr





per to be extreme ey dlt. How loan.W
t to be determined hfree defoa b this war
tion furnibhed to a newvt d a ois c b bi
thOtV es-ry te
ar to. ~8 law stht wil erta that
InedomI othe pres to critdtelseand
bla~e? What I the bound t of tdth are
asom~t~oe r stepped Esla,8ge
titl sat' h.tlme better tha no noz.
el aat all candidate other
"To a laynanc the enforcement of
athe an on dranaop the would vernor
pear pto be extIn rnly t a Keit. How asur
is, It to be determined who Inatrw
tWet papershed to a nwn naper is an.a

Infoasse, wheeo a newspaper u m rno
ag diragainsrt a a n didate other
tliA ,the desire to em an oppeaent
elected &
'At an lInstanc: During the lut
Mam11t1 on dra nage the Governor
himself apPeared print In. a Key .deL *
Went p aver or his own sitearnue,
tormiak thie Aple of Monroe o- l -
tr teht sl thi, ntl rtes the On- l
Har dlrtimat n" by I of the latonet







COomumaerce Oom4 o. "to t his ^l
JaL He doe v,,48ot deer of the


"e h' 7 OUi
er tits

The raild arehreatin t
ao Utalwe inutaformO tokat I .
Stheb ooeaor wta ha ve o t lawrn
to. wke hsl medtleat e b l n r thlof I



Votoe l wlt lies, ewhh will y demr
imrrias," by r mta the ters.a
ColnumetO Cohaim..o "o gpt Igo
it !SL" He, does et deisrve It say
Smor sow thi he did wh,~a PreL
dent Roeqaelt a writtis im al*



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"re Florida: see the Atl]#m
for eohedule to the 4smt
S trinseach way with ti

, ,sB4 teen days-lto
i o Apl 19th to $6W
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informatlotw see your nearest,


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muM, ge ~saLydia
W otImn that a baLy

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of ~ wactual eares ofIt.
~ How2lr u Sto p y coisunakd to ateipt M
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lei rUC) VOWNlt It is free, r:
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; Iom hs htU 15. 'I~3hhra Sae tI Xs PImtlkha Plblg
iig ,o Pa k vrykwede htowell
V~rnh b:~ you case. 11cr adic isr 1re
i -19doin suffering from any form(
Sir 57 ma~A aatc A;yai r S ~ucdsW Ma invrc b Ite
Now C!,_IICMMiaotn lemaate withNJ
MPSF aw. Pakkss.at ynn u. rro



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A I rC'J`'-l1bd3141alrj Iorl 4M-';~ ~ ~ QICQ1 ie, the trouble may





.Ewte.fy VerIC, k ~ie ULAAAI5t L*WIWAA Ot,' QMi olud tprrelNY o ~
esat ofbeMW e-* Flme 1 Coo a Wooil a" IS tbUS
"monwu 40s i ~' o e W- O .6 0o .W tos wa-o eehaavse.ouo
, 4.y th er s to v e to g k T
for,, wed frws a Le of eto rience In treabe






hel. hc ivsasrn ok.hef 'k.ThiP5*0 ngIs. 6oi#
4 of Of "this 0" WOOD Jeaste BU Mm nPizcham probllf
u,,e. I I.,ted gel sppeuat th Ne that will
hei 'ftev eg J ~ yussas. lsr adtice is hoeA
oad uag
tN~I~ re~1*. ut The flame Is alwaAs I-der Ised olaelpto fUy Polim e t B'Ou 4 SG E a.O Wl








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I6 "ook for W 0ld "me ln"In 01 a t, Line41,61fy in







lmsad ,r Ia aso.* ha I taan r ota '5. wa u theo n
spr of ? *' b.oflaOWMe of the New Fdctsoi0"10116 9,6116mugs~ar s. i,.
siaie nofhe l* ST hot. thet h 5 el s thw ,w S Zhit. I S0
te skw j a. WO. A0 6h weI and Ir bo ha as hd to W Mu told
mWMl'e aid. stai .5corted and ccrn*ealmc the New IE
to he bo tt lor bk will aes#tvyo rak- oaeolPtsipu'sIts, Las4AN
skilvesbes tu$ d Velvett of lgtig o.BlnI$







~It 4 an saoter. of the bleanostBe th0at sy*ty. o u ot
owls otf, a4 h' t yu orrt Ceno hwr iPbufaool s tom;mii astWed Ez
ashshod prll y th Cotrol no ea r be nd* or lowered
of 11114-44 10"Wh "blels. Instantly. 0 m mnvmim" Of this vft "lle Oosis Line and arl wasra
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1IU otbs rt~wVe Iv et -B e da n s
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-D Bard trimmt" t
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Sa a "close shave,

ary Taft is very tod I
a which has proved v T
I te hot air balooa frost
I hs imposed upon him.


amusing to note the est ached-
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ite House when oe "t the
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a to thtt pArt .t the
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pblicans t b a t
that State i to ,t ai t si
to a finish thebra dova
Taft factionaY sI Th~ A ltstrtlmn
doing all It 'a lA with patr ge
promises to the Tft tllowe
while the 8t A dinalitrtion I
tesued a declteUoo ot nutralt
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I ak4 .says The cord: The Consti ,. is not to be foI Ip ob, tove s porona: aere ile A iatuu.,
hi message to the IIsIlature lowed the fit!bto Porto Rico, it P Por" for schedules to the Jam9t
overaor recomeaned to that Republican at en can have thet trains each Way with t0ro
t ~t laws be passed making It a way, for SecriotI Tatt tells the peo ff| Cars
*Apor to circulate in print any pie of that iasm that they mtst be
aml on any' public sattsfed with t. trade with te d a fifteen days-limit x
A" Or 0 print malicloua United State 4t not expect t t N April 19
.lleboo. about a eandl- government. '.1
3 ectiuoa of the message has The King ofilgitum bM bu i .ursion at very low rates.
l:rt W' t'o cMlderable criticism litically buneqq* .-t of an im p l r '
d te Gov emor and that distinaulh. concession in di Congo It r' frtiber information see your nearest
et gentlan baa replied In a letter to a Wall Stit syndl caft hopl ial t 1 writee
whih is published in today's Evening to win favor l ith Awolons I toB he 1
I kqo llyr Investlgatlon ol, t", Conso *ktea.. C"Q A M :11* T O N
p*.t woUd appear that the Governor e at'- F N K C. BO LSTON
0s.$p sensitive to attacks by news' King EdwarQ rad King VictOr P01101' AAN Kt, A C e 13C0st Line, J 0ckseNvlil N
se wAge nt, it Aleut, AAtloC it Lint, Jacksonvl
braced each oher repeatedly whelow
j wery newspaper man who dares they met at O0eta recently. Tt .
0~ pre an opinion contrary to that id not strange. :We knew a man t6
f held by his brethren of thbe pres fAght about of wh1n 1
bows what it is to be pilloried in looking for t l M a
public print, and soon learns to value -ot R bRaOAD I ,
*&dMe e rltiism at its true worth. Now The WSera SZ "e APR..o 90hl 0M .
/i wa.paper criticlm of candidates gets that the ist t t he, .
da measure, even in the hottest of ruler'of the Uv Abd TH He'R e1 i aa. .e N-.
'Itorid campaigns, is mild and getn only has to I oott. Ktte6 to se2 e f t B ?
dte to what was the custom of halt him dolin It.
tw entTry ago all over the country. AP P A
S.'"fhe Aa'rlcan people have learn. If th wrm o **. l
S" ed that In tall and tree disuslsion byI th i oso wa raln l t ., tI I.
the Wspapers of every phae of po- hi winter fl V ,, . .....
.Itie life 1s safety and they will sub.
TPib4* alt to no laws that will curtail that c troM U k Ol &Mi
S freedom of the press to criticize and L or la M e i
t ~b blame, even f the bounds of truth are I ps."se
Sometime overstepped. Ex aggra*.. ... 1a
S t l Is at times better than no e .
of PM preuion at all. 1 48
sethi "To a layian the enforcement of rI L' ky 3l i -I. o
whtch the Governor's prolosition would apI! ,, ia | s.e, .. a Sho1
pear to be extremely diIcult. How c.wls |Ia cl
is It to be determined whe Informa- i. I I


tion furnished to a newspaper is un*
trie? What shall constitute mall
oloUsness, where a newspaper has no
fetli against a candidate other
than the desire to see an opponent
elected? .


mrent cold wave i1Pij "As an instance: During the last
r peach crop In the bud a6 j campaign on drainage the Governor
d blushh o fthe WD a u iif himself appeared n print In a Key
I ive way t Flot1 day's l m West paper er er his own signature,
W a'ldo. i forming the people of Monroe coun-
S. ty that all the coutles In the train-
rw York laborer tloy i a age district wee w I favor of the con-
a pair of scissor .bt, Ietel stutiqial atendmnt.
Sfall to state whVthto E "As It tIaed out, .only one of the
a "ct the fool" a th wiee cotle the t was in
a cured of appediiti s. fv t
the ,! ruder his
----ro>d #Alu teI 4az'J .o r to pun-
nilroad slaughter still keep for a mnidemeanor In circu-


pace for the March report
I of Afty-three wrecks and
two deaths. This comes of
bet managing railroads.
sow the State Legislature of
at Republican States don't
I Modors# the Presdet ua he
i The factional fWgt in the
Sparty is getting A ie
a door. ,
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m cott, says Taft, t is t a
for President Th why
thber making such a ja-
W hy is Senator V*.i.N
k fLre alarms to aOse his
to action?

ft al agree with Pfludht
P0O his adTvM e. 1I
o plant trees onAlR ;
and Tatt lWl
hr this country 6-
adesert unle treew f
to .

boopart and
ave come to the al
h.d by somn other I ^ L'
skqy is god, ht Imw
SettUanr than oter vv *.
Pure Food kt w lNr
t bal t ed ardtd

m ost HMa te'c hi4
1e a gCIo thingW WO
UNa bill to prw e a4
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lating false Information?
"the Governor will have to learn
to. tke his medicine in allopathic
doses, like the rest of u."

The President is getting very vindi-
cative with his old friend, "My dear
Harriman," by rging the Interstate
Commere Commlasio "to put him
in jail." He does not deserve It any
more now than he did when Preli-
dent Roosevelt was writing him al-
ost dasly to come and s e him and
,rte New York.

The railroad ae threatening to
abolish commutatioo ticket in In-
4m, Ohio and Peasaylvanla be-
enu those States have enacted laws
w t.W0mSt panaeger are. To do
o im ylr basten the building of
mr trty Unes, which will carry
inun-s for about one ceat a
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sale of tit itd, o iW
tuirets athe bol oo n o, ,r,
vale from saUl 1th nel se
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Unod ilttenoa l e dtte o" f I ecyt? 'L' i
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coinditlonx payment, q(
of $1.00, an f thi ,S
June 17thu aii re. iW. W. HAMPTN.
The Seabo i bed 1Y." JOlDAt W. W. HAMPt.

-thi. mtin. ^L A LI O A N I
ter In hand 1M .vid(wA
line by som rof the tv fet. DAN & C M PY
tures of the swete, bstlaeble W XST N AE
these being eablNe 4iie ? I
with through fade sad .
tars and th) the f4tollowln M BLOCK AINESVILLB. FLORIDA
people, with asi d of loordg -
t"es to this ai other r con
held in Rlchigt an apportuslty f I oldeet a
Vtisitg the jAustowa EP det f spa.e
perfected Mas u gment whereby cSeA t
the return poe tickets reading
trom Richm honored fromJ
tional char e
makes the especially 0 C MP
tractive. e
There is a 6iAt Bow on toot
to have the ptate meuas "m 4 fi E
ble in Jac lasoti troam b6htres of U u' ftull e i(8" ln
there on the m1-4e asS wlmg iPu"so
say In a 'rtu, w.i ,
the trip M i
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Gw Goee to the Bottem at St. Assistant a eaerA A
Pitereburg during Btorm. .3 ffdt
SSt. Peteroburg, April 2S.--rwenty-
fAvi persons are believed to have been D..lpIp '
drowned by the foundering of the
river, toamer Arehangelek, while se Fo tomorre t eran do .
was crorasnj the Neva, snea the sub. day. Itf oup IJblftIgS bottle
rb of Irlnowka, late Saturday night. Ballard's Snoo6B t, Whea
The acciden occurred during the peal some$ yolj9-i *Gmuy. 9I
oow storm that day, when the s*e a- btle todlayr, ,4 .Ue re (
ml was two-thirds the way across r hematism, 40,1
the river, and wa caused by her treated muol tqe,. O
till remta. In the river despite the to thank you I ltu r i X
Iteness of the seaon. eslved from ',4Ilrleib It .M
Owing to the thickness of thetlivly oared ia of rleeastleUd l
Weather the accident was at meen others bad fal~n Gold byL W. M
trom the shore, but the shouts of Jobash o
help of those In distress attracted the 5F_ d 5 n '- Ov r. 8 '
crews of ta steamers, which hasti- ed it Ovr
ly weat to the scene, only, however, BSavannah, Ga., A In $3.-4l.e
io lad that the Arhbangelk had troubles of Dr,. R. *, Trippe. the
fnaullred. A number of her passen. CartersvrlewihyIld U who came here
grs, atostly working people, were to attend th convention of the Geor
rescued, but owing to the swlftness gIa Medlct soelt)', dMi not .ome to
of the current, mary others were an end wit the IpanittMf of a ft
swep. under the ie flows. io the po11l court aturday. A lae
There Is no neans for estaltllshing of $O 5 w5 Imposed ad palid, but
definitely t.,e number of victims. The Lance Btith, flRt clerk of tie ho.
passage across the river was short, tel whbo TrippI stle oer t.
and no count was made of the pas- head with cuelDeor, wa no t s a
sengers; but, according to the police, torIVtnIg mood, bat exprnU ed hi .
11 persons are misslng--all workmen she to proascute the dOetor, who w.
Or small merchants of the humbler reWade4 to a higher ourt tor taalI t
clauses. d bater..
Cured of Rheumlatsm. ~vemr Trarn Maglle In .,;,
Mr. W .m Henry of Obhataaop, anM Mged dy of an known sWO
Tens.,had rheumatlsm i hileflt arsm. as wasi bun4l early sl ay a~moti
"The streIth o eemed to have goe tQaed, Ala.., April S.-4
oat of the maoelee so that Itwas an- ta i tle side of the tailrad l reed 4
leI fdr work," he says. "I applied at the fupJ tion of the Loarilslle a
($baberla's Palm Bala sad wrapped NasMvU-4id $ shville' Obattahb..
the arm In eanoel at nllbts, ntd to'M y a sadl t,. liut ralwell *be*t J
rllefs I folod that he pal Igradoall iles Wel of this fty. Ther*,hwq
left me and the strength restored, In so pappp. r other amp by y
three ks thd' rheamtatim had dim- the a J UoI be dp eitl.ldl- eM
appeared aid has ot line returned." ~ beoi. From the borit
glad appearance of thip 4oy, sev al
If troubled with rheematisI trya foew tras I(lst hrae phsed .r
applleations of Palo Balm. Yoo are m 3s
sartain to be pleased with the relief '
whihb is afords. For eale by all drug. te e 0 14
g*lt. A el aown Is5


Reject Articles of Agreement.
I sadbh, N. C., April t3.-Tho
nyettetlel pebytery, in session at
Islutoa, N. 0., after a heated debate
the sab)ect of closer relations with
Prebyteram, reacted the
proposleoa by a deeMed Itority. i

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ubT.n and, tont a t orV e
o Medlao left MS W
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broad Oaf ll klt 1 d i sw to
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Mu were L.h C. Lynh aa
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rd~r it me for daysper b ta

Idmaster L. C. Itach-bl@ I'*
Id from a business trip to Jak-
Itile.
ir Sale-Two Olyde ULia 14keth,
togsille to New YerkL s rera.M.
Si this ofa e.
S. Standley, a well-a ten resl-
of the Hague restioa was trad-
bi the city Monday.
in Bessie Donald, daughter of J.
IDoold, Fort Worth TeLx, is
t11 s her aunt, Mrs. IL 0. Babs.
|r Rent-Three destrabi oms for
a bousekepiag. ome bleek f MA
us. Apply 109 S. Usoverlity q.T
vie your tetionery pHBted at Tbh
diee. Fir. rlmes wor pofeptly
Sored a reasonble prie is ou

r. nd Mrs. F. B. Godtrey of
t were in the city yesterday,
Godfrey Is cashier of the Bank

ad G. Petree left yesterday for
ville, where they will spend
isple or three days on business
I plefnre.
I.N Crai, the clever and efflcknt
t of tho Atlantic Coat Line at
p. was a business visitor to
city Monday.
pin R. W. Fontaine, wOo owns
It the handsomest homes in lMie
as a business victor to
ille Monday.
Smith, who is engaged it the
ores business in North Florida
Shtbh Georgia. is spending a few
with his family hen.
pft are interested ia i atrn lie
AleAhia county eaod a ospy of the
"l El;tin oof The Sea toea
in the North. Pri4 ee seajt.
L Fow ler, formerly of this city
'o w txtensiively engaged in
bIsuf.!vtr, of lumber la Ortwe.
*Malth11,; county, was ber on

'rt. Yred H. Ford of the
'1;'" and \ithkwaters dthis-
Atlant coast Line. r'rmed to
"Monlay, after a bref visit
fPamilv here.
*ad -\ti. H. A. Ford haverer
frn, f'alatka. Tbh former
*''2iany Mrs. Ford, who
et "'I a visit of several days
In thatt city, home.
dai~. will be at
r tJh rifgon, Werhtegem
FrMy riht. May ed., t.
b''y*1 Firsgt.lai m te em*
r thi*' ocesioa. Mn. i. .


Walk,.r and W. TeMeft
left,.rsd Osier
e ~theY expe. to good a


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Sab1 storj* toULb~ps
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h,. ha to


IbVINOL
tfi*a~tbw and vitkms
With old age gomes feebleness and
)ms bf power; the organs act more
*ly and les effectually; the blood
ft thi, sluggish and watery; digest-
t8 Is mea and food is not asslmila*
4d as- it used to be.
yinol repairs worn tissues and
obeeks the natural decline. It tones
up the digestive organs, aids assimila-
tion, makes rich, red blood, and
strenthens every organ in the body.
I1 this natural manner Vinol replaces
weakness with strength.
tlVinol contains all the medicinal ele-
ments of cod liver oil in a concentrat-
ed form, taken from fresh cods' livers,
the useless oil eliminated and tonic
Iron added.
1 It is because'we know so well of
what Vinol is made that we offer
to return motny if it fails to benefit.
W. '. Johnon, Druggist.
SNote-While we are sole agents for
Vinol in Gainesville, it is now for
sale at the leading drug store In near-
ly every town and city in the country.
Look for the Vinol agency in your
town.

Fay*Shol typewriter for sale. 'p*
ply Sun omffe.
SFive oents per pound paid for clean
rap at this oleGe.
'A few newspaper file for sale. Ap*
ply at Son offlee.
1e4 stock of buggies and wagon.
Hustir & Edwards,.
Only pures ingredient asked in our
baking. Keystone Bakery.
4. E. Wells has returned to Archer,
after a brief visit to his family here.
E. T. Smotherton of Jacksonville
was registered at the Brown House
yesterday.
For Bale-Buildings occupied by
Sannders & Earle and E. M. Weston.
Apply L. L. Hill.
For Rent-Rooms for housekeeping,
furnished or unfurnished. Apply 906
N. University street.
For Sale-A graphaphone. Cost
$45, will sell for $80. Apply D. M.
Fay. 508 E. Lassiter street.
It's a good cook that calls for
Blue Ribbon Vanilla. It imparts a
rich, dainty, delicious flavor.
Men-Oar 1907 eatalogeu explains
how we teach barber trade in few
weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber
College. Atlanta, Ga.
J. W. Exley and family have gone
to' Tampa. where they expect to re.
main for the summer. They will re-
turn to Gainesville in the fall.
Miss Llla Fraser, the efficient and
popular teacher of the Arredond0
school, spent Sunday in this city a&
a guest of Misses Hattie and Lurllel
Roebuck.
Lost-Strip of linen-lawn cloth
three yards long and one inch in
width; hemstitched on one side and
feather-stitched in center. Suitable
reward for return to this omce.
The ladles of Kirby Smith Chapter,
U. D. C., are requested to meet at
the home of the president, M.r. Jack
Halle. West Main street N., at 9
o'clock Thursday morning, to assist
in making wreaths for Memorial day.
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a to whieh alst is BK3Tf Yoor am.
erSaiaty IS qitte oatoml, dae every
rSt ia the Uitled States lhe BET
prtas made, bit hpw meay will depli.


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streak.
House for
street. A
New Irish
cucumbers
J. T. Joni
Point, was I
this city Mo
J. M. Syls
city but now
holds a respo
was visiting


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day.
Ouy lixon Iaad Fred RoaixC
returned from, Atlant. OQ.. '
they have be* attending the ta
Dental Colle .. They expect to a
t.rin here t6 gh the summet',r r
cation.I I s t
A. R. lIarpg- has returned
Jacksonville, 4e he has been lo*k
Ing after his aterests, Mr. Harpe
has established a fine store oa stt
Bay street. and expects to doa At
business. 'L
Joseph L. Shaw, a pi tve
planter of the Alachab seIWt,',W
trading in the city Monday. N1.
Shaw states that the farmers of ha
section feel Tve much encoura~t 4
over the rain, a M are b-waliv n cnrd
on their crops.
The monthly testing of the 1fdles'
Missionary So(pty 6f the First Pres
byterian churqi will be held at the
home of the president, Mrs. 0*o. 1
Doig. Alachua vtnue,. ast ,aines*
ville, at 4 o'cl this afternoon. A
full attendance 1| desired.
Steve Culle, dbrmerly of this eity
but now ented Ia farming at'
Hague, was tt*t* in Gainesvllle
Monday. Mr. C0llen states that his
section, like mtbers, has beei visited
by refreshing ~tls, and as a roaslt
the farpurns a' happy and 'busy.
I will buy fP you or sell foe
you, at privately ao or auction, any
household or kitchen furniture, or
anything else you wish disposed of.
During my 80 yea&W' explience in
this business I've never had one comr
plaint of not havingg given satisfao.
tion. P. MN. Oliver.,
E. Paul HIrow, a member of the
clerical force 'ot the United State
land office, leo Monday for flpa,
where he wi|l ttend a ,sesason of
the United Set eourt Mr. Brown
relieves J. E. Walawright, chief clerk
who has beenJmT Tampa for the past
week, returnag home Monday.





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John B, oberbon,, a well knw|ea
cittiae of Jaksoaville was a blT*
a"en visitor to thi. city yesterday'.
br B C% -odges. H. Mol. Ora0dy4 I IU UiI
J. D. Neal d 9 Mr. and Mrs. 1l. CIVEI.TARA g .o
iteven., anl oa High Spingsl we f
vlsifrs to this *ty yesterday. (e to PotogoB )
Report comes that W. I. Dow's 0ot
dJtin was not so favorable during | OI '
Posterday and last night, as there N O.1
semed to be a sMght change for the wegrala er rate of iti
worse. It i hoped a more enoourag. Oe BolmT trate of 4 it
lag report can be 'given tomorrow. Imfal-nd lN ain every e i
Percy M, PadIgt, formerly of this
county but now engaged in the manuu re eleotrle fe inearge
l f l td NUV. fta ,


eWW om S UI 0w e near now
RRier, spat Sunday and Monday In
this eity with relatives and friends.
Mr. Padgett is well known here, and
his numerous friends are always glad
to greet him.
B. R. Colson, of the Alachua Ab*
stract Company, has returned f m
a business trip to Tallahassee. I
says te State Capital is quite lively
)ast a w, on a4coat of the seemto
of the Legislature. Mr. Cotooa re-
ports heavy a4 constant rains in
Tallakasse and vicinity, following
a long ~roht.


Among the prominent West
people visiting tht city .Mondav


%as


E. T. Heoderon, 4ustlie of the peace
and mayor bf Newberry, the last hon.
or reenty having b onafeared uap
eo him. He ejoys the dJstlantion,
however, of being the rst head .of
the govMrmet in Nowberry, that
town having been incorporated oly
a short time ago. He wars his
honfs with credit
U~" Vr. Brooks, who owps a farn
amS the Devil's mitiopoer, spewg
a bthmrs on the farm a dy or two
fewetly, ad towf very m o wa.
co"raged at the ondition of hUt erp,
Wiobh comprises not eoly taple Mb
truek products, slinm the fta.
Ntates that everyth wiob eesA
to be affected by tue raght hle
t1en on new .lfe, Ua4 t h prospect
are that the plants wih lkU fS oley.
Dr. J. H. Alderman hb etifed
iem Worthingtos $pri a whr be
h be bew on brief visit t bh wie.
aeuraing there. D- 'fItAta
eOaaks Ia the hghet terns Iof
ew Hotl Worthbgteoi aie
demlaree to tbeheg qeM I '
over patrIlaed. The erb| o


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