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 27, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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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: VID01096
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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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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sko ase Irtel big atole


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saw.essr.__ I
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to sL~man;

'wo Affhd il 2sqat.

t easd Ves he tee t
E'ler tram, art -' 'Rw
In ease~. lad.vseS
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4pe Loov-
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rilnk of
a"e. I
lately so
to "Toe

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nd e, ,, is a 4 tlu t
ti was alr oaluH om
1 wa anad that w wA aSot

0er ia Tewo '4 i rt Pe.
'elsaa, Ga., April M.JTe large
rfley works, lalpg mllU aWd dry
kit of the olita Manaufactrig u om-
pay werq ptally de troyle by are on
WedAesda, optlIlAgX a loss of at
least $,00. The Are begas la th
111"Ift reoftad rapidly, *090 0W
talalam e e a
tm the alar I the adrea mll
grolait was a mans 0ftMe. Rt
tor the heroic efforts of the firemea,
th e tire woet ald of tu city algb
bas been deestoyed, topther with
the ,Beboe d Mr*UAe freight depot
aWd Yad. Practieally no lasureee
Wa Married.
Lie P$@a*li Piht Pollewed.
Tallahassee. Pta, April 26.-For-
er 0overnor Jenningsl of tlorlda,
and President Uleol Hulley, of
Staoa utaiverty, at DLand,; came
to blower la a "otel lobby. The tron.
ble was over a a ovmit la the lei-
slature to aseur ait amndmant t
the usivenlty'e barter to prevent
the board of trustes perpaIUng it-
Lelf. The lo we p ed ad the
omlfh ollwed. The al lbtal ts were
9steded before ela il saufred
malarlally.

Died Stia Int Chair m Perih.
avaana, OGa., Aril 49.-4lobt.
Mg in "oolorde otley" was delayed
atrae miaser W*daeeimfty wrain.
HI aJled at tie bon'e of W. P. Lee
to drive the latter to MaRta to
show *omeh Uibr .lads. -A Mr.
Lee eae to the der Mr. Tbomieae
oomplaledo at aPa & 6.M e.Is he
toved to a aira 4 eatd adon. W-
Mr. LaO reac*di h a M s d ad
The body was We& m" a Wn z ir
ovAthe porch Sor aW &YrOU taste O-

Ae agle who to I lT
eie Arrived.

ea t setat" "t olp "
MeDmougbh. OGa.,. ApWU N.-4'h
*ftal a1 Buck e gl S. mpf ib
aUl ly aaNltd a Ms ,
Aub Mary Doal., wh i ina wOr
4 o *of a". lasted )ft twe hm-..
no Iarvs aferw beg at a SWO-.

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Pittsburg, April 26.% of the
moat remarkable and 9ep ejactr Amir
ever see in in this vicialn 4te
Wednesmay nlkht in the seo -
let PaclAg company's p- A)-
legheny City. -
.*1,l Thurday the 'are wa under
els5 ,. .
A' ahgqe wArehouse in, w wae
4or0 9$00,0)0 pounds ota 0 d-
dly bart into flame. Utl o.
*Ar orls ,o ex nguisltj ie Air I-i
Jh* department were fu4 ;, iad .the
if psen iAlUy tascened tismse d4or
op the building, abhutting tWih baura-*.
I .l s -d. .
Th, intertlr of the liuMtgil aoda
beame ..s eething furnce.
Ittiesa froa- crbvlceb, -doors and
wtadwe atre"Ia of hot i e ran
*ttEPa sort of trench h pre-
a0 d tin an endeavor to prevent the
hot 4(d- from spreading over the
i4iOtdIta er terry y.
Sbaaners were encountered. at every
tarn by tha remien, who Wtoond by in
ase the walls of the warehousee
should collapse and prevent t"b butr-
a Iard frDl reaching thae aJoln'iag

Shortly after th fire was dGecov-


a doaaf e* the large apumoala tasks
oeplolEd wth terrific brce. There
wa A ste 'the epectator,.
but peaw was 1ln uh.
It fs estimated tbt abbot $ 00a,00Q
would be a cosernvaive approitate
of the lo s. ,
NEW RAILROAD CRUAD*K.

Resseve"W Wil negm name Isn oeeoh
te Will Make at Indlanaaoll.,
Coloago, April 16.--A dlapteh to
the Tribune from Waiih t, W.
0., say.:
Memorial Day at adlasao a will
mark the beglan of a new alnroad
crusade on the lrt of oreOaent
Roosevelt. lH a t ent that tM e
will be devoted to .t fture o id.aa ot
to the poat. ne UWK the elaln
for the frt time t ts e ha Idea lI
cardd tb over-ealtslhuloa of ral-
roads. Thkse w i be esaeteo iln-
evitably with a pep"ules fia super-
viloa of corporatis dola tnter-
state bt"s5es. and th lr regulatioa by
the federal loymrnam a railroads

ve ry developaea t o .s-lat howe
that nost ef the i N ae of tailredS
Ia the United State aw vastly evor-
apitaltstd. ae ai te f th afi a&I
eapetal soebe of tsesm S uua to!
ftaitwo to ttea te their actualt
at. It it thea Psi of the pros-
weot W et at te a rater taea to
magest a rems dy, i t It e s te t aset
thiAUeesv whMc tb. Ialroad me
are mot anxos to es a. They
were Wot batl aa afrai ad t
low aa they a lre a reits of aaB
Itoneetli conducted !4 meemt com.
alssion to inquire late the casb vale
met of it* rallro as. Iae to bta
rspomublity for a va & anomat o4
watered Mto wiat b" been teaiead.
Id upon the puble.

CWaWKii W Iw as celdsIt.
Warwo. Oa.. A001 .-Sury
a. LyIe. te a-s i -amurderer of
his wife sad hu-atbs-id bab
i" thiety a (t t of Janary

Wies aup tesa wt Wednesday,
1a aa 4aat I4ee aga thai bea

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SmPAIN AND ENGLANI

Ii tAVE1 SIGNED TRE

S.e a ching Understandij
Peace and War.


tub owl-, w-406hswt s k"e.the.

Lqo ws b~~ I.,. Ohwndt


tfrft Ear aAt the tas, an d pd
.e havi beea at work on several
*a. .. -- -
The ar ofi t trk ,twrlteor the

b partedd f in bht. An top

at. 0lqetca 1t la a h t1cal
qooUd to at the oastal, and Is u
ale toi tai a tAteifet.

ODTAiLS OP 8iAOc TREATY

Between Nofioarag d leaderr Re.
nelved Lt WaeMlgton.
Wali0Bo April U.-eetIm of
the tay of peace adamity be-
twea e tar and a8 l adot wh re
was ATiled' AUlpAia b..Tu~ 4ay
lam rt wetr U eld at* the ~te elpairt
meet Thur4day though i dl ra
I f .hllip BreMwl srlvol a the
ArtiHea legationa t Ogalteala.
Te traty its 'liiar to that ater-
ed lato a year ago and knowS ad the
SaIr 4tbln pact, -ad it ischides a

McrCaua U in tlp near figure, and a
9ee1lal vonmeriell great betwseo
Ilearaaa m Aaldodt
Tredy at nrm)humn.
Birmtnataha, Ala., April N6.-Aes
a. K. Body, a swltebam for the
St. Lolis and Baa Francsco railroad
twa walking through the ard of ttat
sytemon OThirty second street -aout


ed between two a of a frbht that
was 'standing l the yards. Think-
la# he was ti bi am" to odey
drew MI pistol, and Lied a .be lat
the dIreotion from which the bush
I came. ater the, dead body of a WeU
'dreed white youth a0t OT0 twenty
yea of Nae was #ead o the opoe.
slte fde of the sara. e had US
shot through th heart. Thee -
Uoe are laveUliattal the afair.

Leat Pertume Tiled to Loeet ank.
Gesnoa April 3.-A Polande
named Galuslasaaskl. who recently lost
a fortune at Meate Carlo, made a
desperate attempt to rob a beak here
a Wedae-ay. se eearedt s ea
at thae botol Daia, a tesi to the

wanted to chaame N Iart"m yts

Sust %to l. MW I kba a dwk
eam with Ik Ga uinak.
at amd tO to rob hs, bat was
rted behre ae o si opeU with

t
Nai vlte, Tr.' Aa 5.-The
00ss"1v0-Unm"ita ls o 4 11al-
ee- platerS' a' a least Oft a0tat
a" esame Mae in msesee at Sep.
Ma.Mie.y.Ey.p a 4 e twa* ty4fta
a*mt"W I thae ,k t pa ae ttt
W". KNSIma *. 1 a.- I IO
dma will be heMM bgMM neie dears.
Ita is aderatead that the mas eat.
IOWN afllgel to have bees esNS"tad
by ite al4tt r.r wAU be *b"HFAA.

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M WECTUo BY TWO NATI

.Rngland Secures Understanding
eoeral European Situation_
i*oon Agreement Ratified, so
portW ate.
Madrid, April 26.-The mieet'.
Ktsg Alfonso and King Edwjr4
,ate according to the co
pOndUSce of De La s Wpaa,
Upys It has diplomatic autai.ity
the'st6ry, resulted in the perfect
dt a t&r-reaching understanding, ]
typs of war and peace.
HTvry7thing concerning Morocco
ratlled, everything In reference
Ite general European situa.,j '
I1msOssed, and the basis was for
lated of an agreement which is now
tho hands of the dlploiua'tl,. '
o noome, according (o the c ,re?
diaold, is the result of the co:I
tion between Germany and Gn
rtaiUn has scored all alon.
The Correspondencia reports GG
Pitali as agreeing in ef, (t "at
Spain ,would allcw Spani!i r..i: ,
to be used by Great Biitalu's ftie
the latter would help Spain tj c
vesitoM of her existing dpbt. lrit
squadrons would guarantee t" ;: -40
Ity of the Spanish coa.,ts, the b
lloh lad forces would, if necess
be alUes'of the British, and the B
$lk Ieroes would be at the d:1',
of lpada, should the latter need he
Upiaa'b obligation, under the ap
mest, would be to put her a:'ei
In order and to forify her por:s.
Pellaum Placed on Archbishop.
New Orleans, April 26.-In
prenanee of Cardinal Gibbons.
arohbabhope and sixteen biish
Airobishop Bleank, of New Orleb
was oa. Wednesday nvesge l I :.
pallium. This Insignia is 'he
oilal reooaltlUoa by the church of
arhbishop'e power Uo sIiccee', to
ftUnctin[ of the late Arhb.S
Ch1appeol, wwboe arrheplcoi&
thority was recognized In u:;:9A
Mlslaippi, Alabama, Ar a: sa T
a and Oklahoma, and w.ho del
the yellow fevr here two years
T Orpnlze' Trustee Board.
No% Yor*, April ,.- 1.,ier
Washatg. president of tCe TVl
gee IsMgote, Alabama, and I
Ukite ftfetll, president of Ha
ta imtmate., Virginia, are here
orglse a board of trustee$ t)
le the endowment fund of $1.
000 gves by MIs- Anna J1ea:,
GoTraatewa, Pa., aistI'ner
miatatalb oe of *lemeniary
for eobern aeiroesa. Lr. W
tesI sys that the board <
iet pally of southern men
wit aMd some colored.

tele ridegremi'e Ctothin.1
O0Umbu, Oa., April 26.-A '
t i ta *eloesd society" wa W
a her Wedaelay night byr
u t~ IN"ba tact that the r
ath g had been stolen A .
Meani WAge to teai his P,'-
tIin "a *w bonesM and the c'ty
In )bd to be called ic n
a sKlfryst ,of the afair. The
l Ji e tm wa e as nally rcv,
irtm buri rdep dre,'.
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A#*ttiOn of all who wo:ld
l. "OV. the question of right
~,-hat is best each hour
a be1 made to contribute
tg"reat advantage, but
"' IItiv.aluable if taken at the
is $lke important to present
IrfcWt 1 ii remedy which has won
ptaasce of the Well-Informed because
,a4 thb origInal method of manufac.


Thi 4,b i hi0 h" be- 1 0 0dy known under the name of -
p of igVi-an& b .a :4tt$wi to .d- eptance as the most excellent of
tx4Ofy ais h pit Wi*d *.ttl obtaled from Senna, are ,well
baont to pfI and tIe WbI fltie4 w *h6f world to be the best of natural
lixatives, W w opted the rse el*b t ame oISyrup of Figs and Elixir of
Beni-asa More u descriptlve oith tae N but doubtless it will always het
lled for the sh:a uam of Sisp of tget its beneficial effects always
ote, when Uhgff, the fuil iue othe -Cp. y.California Fig Syrup Co.-
l~aly prIon the front of ev y whtt.A .imply call for -Syrup of
O--or the full sameSSyO tp l an Elfr of S -as-Syrup of Figs and
idr of -is the oe laxative redy maaactuted by the California Fig Syrup
(Co. and t ".sne heretofore known iy t*heb, nne--$yr of Figss-which has jiven
6atisfactiou. t' millions. The genuine is. for sale by all leading druggists throughout
thid Unite4 $tites in original packages of one pise only, the regular price of which
Is fifty cent,per bottle.


SI 1' Wr ". 5 Every bottle is sold un
SSecretary o i Agrculture, at
.^ v,0i A0'0 THA MUsic. misbrandemaiin the meaning
bti Atey Den e Cheek A IIO


.le~ d ft rs tChtr"sutine Reda he" an"d Minna Hamp.
tI.4ve jifopiThak% during the eeout mis.
lr. sevis d at Holy Trinity Bpi*s
H1. '.iDbltihs is'Osmau .d .to i thob.t a oertaln prominept at- t
itorn. of this dcityt Who desires his NEW CIGAR FACTORY.
Ibt nam withheld, bhas seat to Mrs. Beck-
of whom the pros gO 'n.atrwr e barch a hck for $10, Victor Lloyd of Manate' Will Soon
I -ali of at e a t from the rU king that the maIbe accepted

o 'Plalda s.w a t his s ine pltn w He tart Factory in Gainesv l e
I digty and improessvenes paid the masitcns. aand bcoir a and. GainesvIlle s constantly growing
Sm ogaomigant re r arkin that the I .every branch of commercial and .
exaolses were opened with I ote w. as ftise ad any church manufacturing enterprise, and the
mq by Rov. u, ale. H aio he had ovet heard. people from the outside are not slow
B loly a rilty erouh, who It is needless to add that those tO. In reallaing the benefts this city has (
Ibeastlfittand touch torestod appreole both the com. to offer In the matter of lpoation, ete, ,
Spliment and the donation, which The latest acqusitilon to Gainesville
o, Otophr Matheieo who will be rAemmbered. are Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lloyd and
Samser of oremonles, next son of Mapatee, who have come to
lted6m oro sman Prk Clark,. MOVEMINT OF CUKBS. make this their home. Mr. Lloyd, A
Sd elied the memortl address. --- who Is a practical cigar maker and
5.ark aJoys the disttlaton of lSeveral Hundred. Crates Have Seen tobacco man, after carefully studying
S of the most elopept and Shipped from Rocky Point. over the situation, decided that
'thlt apon this occa~lon atOky Point soetlon has begun, and in which to live and rear his son,
01 the yield prom1011 a' ot only to be taking Into consideration the educa.
good, but the quality superior and the tonal advantages and moral atmos-
priocs in propotior. phere. He will In a few days establish
While the tr kers asa rule have a cigar factory, and proposes to work
not yet begu to ship, one rower. 0. a number of men, Increasing his bust- ESTi
P. Canlme, it is a has. shipped nemss as the demand requires.
A bout ,500 a rates, all o ob have Mr. Lloyd expresses himself as be-
been fncy. and *hlch w* realized ing well pleased with Gainesville. I ts
Sooe rturs. eurroundings and its people, and
Cucumbers In the Northern market believes the longer he remains the
are now quoted at from *$ to $5 a more Impressed be will become. Our
o d O" rate, aeo edag to& sle ad qualtr. people will welcome himself and fam.
Bt & are a moTi from the ly as residents ad his new factory
Froi Rocky Point euetol* as another industry In the chain of
u i . .. ..-b -progres .
A SFin
Ir* M U. DePHse of Anhber to de- Card of Thank..
I I tertnined to keep up with the style, Mrs. C. R. Howell detlree through
and be will be more esay enabled The Sun to express her thanks and G o
Si Vto do so now. soee he ha purehaeed appreciation to those friends who
a handsome Oadllac automobile In were so pind and attentive durtag
W ith The which he will wait through the deep the Illness and death of her beloved
, anmds of the Archer seooto ua future. husband, ad beg to assure them that.
| Dir. DePta pned tbrou. the this kindne willpver be forgettes.
ctty Wednesday en reste trno Jack-.
1soonvllle In hs a4w mAoMb which _. .
Is a ten-borse pewer, and me of the A Codial Invfitatin
He made the trip hfrom JaekoTWle tili I
I oa-nBrile* W aisasly 1q igf t houArs,
AUwU o sie g terSA O a
he Doctor's ftriemds win con- r E L Tui
gra bin UPte im upon his *w ptchase. j
To Make amAls e i Hors.
Oimestlue wiu welcome as Jatrea an StO n B pouti
rBciMr. andt Mrs. I. J. r as
taoetat a me, bare
two 4V" aS n a am wLe LaLe SI""i ion a,._.
Fre F of Charp. te n 70 0am U. h.~e ,
_________________ traet N. mei meset whoke e r

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der ithe general guarantee of the Company, filed with the
ashington, D. C., that the 'remedy is not adulterated or
ig of the Food and Drugp Act, June 3oth, o906.

NIA FWO STYRP CO.


San Francisco, Cal.
U S. A.,.
London, England.


New York, N. Y.


in~n~ANALYZED
All over the U. &S&.Insad ip oencointria the remarkable
ulan arityof -COC.F01has drawli uontself the atten-
NoIs=-WNthe wo &ad=4 VeFod Autbori-
S igeIn.
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Southern Bae el m4

On account, thoe aboe WOMEN
Se announce Od-t4lp rate of "
tare, pluo tw enyta a ts Mie
bale of tick' . to a.,s ze e l o Wsl
tickets at rate bl-g oI
IMPOt-sale from tMa, tlth until 16th tIf-w
tlusive, fIth ait to lab leslo Rand le"E
mond fifteen l o frotm date of ale Mass., It her
:ntrod andthoweiier, by
o .'JSO^ However, by u with ,l1e d discovered &tM
WhichA conditions ap pa OIt "t ee of ewl
u. tive S of $1.00. an Iae1on of this limit to petlear llls more
d fI b 0 Wosteriiag waoth June 17th be o aw otwoSawey d.
F Io.er tiht we recommeu_ a The Seaboad hMs been declared > veu- ". K
Tb for this meeting. whvn bgfgo t the "BtS sad 'w nueI* of ueitherm Ule
4ite a asti toe Oal t PtoIlakham's Vegetiable Co
ela.r R.ESS* ter in hand wvere vailitlded va trisat e ome td Iqtiayble thep t
*II rMgll. . In Id aO reachingf t I 1% to tm the PoYaouln t, of;..
line by some of the attractiveW toq te d to rqspeem ,ad esondesee of every hir
trdMsneson ma tures of the betVle, notloemble among y oialag woman.. .
BMr. Cottrenll-- wa ] these being 6 6 double daily service woean b ted Iwith ulr or "At. l ftunctl*~ k
Ssecrt onda d I 'tpn 1* Mr.a Pu oaf *Hol. -.-f mmtion, beck Oo "e
wato In with through r an*tad sleeping
to Presecribe."heme I,
cars and thp* the following: Oar iemeiy, Lydi 3.
adtrap sd r.t ___^ people, with s na ohaording MO I
If e i o styi0gates to this. AOMt other conv OU4tl"I 0 b" u& ri$oteors of,
wri, i otto Nil o G held in RichaI. at n oppotaty for omy
cttoeO vaa visiting the sameutba Expositis s"al ,t han, fr thea.
19 A perfected an aOthagement whereby htavitaelltb.as toWWI% heber &F avow
ia of il .I U' t ado, o the return t .of tickets readinlag h e .


SRmakes the Si60eard especially at. 0
S of a reendrlod wa tractive.
There is a sovemtent now on foot 2069STIL3L 1869.
o a M' CLompany. to have the wlgsh eaptistsase Ia-

f thesayIn __'_ H.F.DUTTON&CCO,
fr l the sbileto t y d the trip mor f ith,
Rtles were roll tohenionMr. Rqllm" M.For furthe bolrmA s address
y r. Paul of Holmes-Relating the0TionItar
Wr. Hudson-To Mr. MadWilliams, at his request, 8 Florda.
g gonerdl tatutei tleoIS TO was focused from tservile on the cornm A r.S
oky. nobte or bd 'I 0 to sle t the asylum and Mr. AA AL IDENT. l- A D D ALXR IN--



Ipa m 2ote bill No. t 29y by Mr. Restlternthe to antic C ^s returned
e from Hoae of s in Wo of Gad den. was appoiton co ntyed in o l b te. .
d their consdertule tlJ fr.sm h 99 place. Boileannm, r of lMr. Rell t e ll h th ll. C. O t
wing tof next ordeC oth e ter Spmoved th t the bill be pe upon tran loh I I oine r.t
purple of killing b. UdrtebaMopcare e0o masterwSt. ,inson]of



House bills wte properly third reading uader .suspeslon of home was standing at Subs. a small
Sto Senate coUmmitte rules. Mr. Rglster plannedd the r station eight iles north of Oeat ,
le concurrent resoltion, pro ditlon of the pensioner, and his ree- botler of thA poltt l t h umer r

ebill No 13 by Mr. HCrws -- tofaetd y Perr he ard omiet I r r lkot bee nd ono. M il o t eo ol. 3.ol T T ,,0
cte entd oat o d e s b ebsy rb bis wrte eomerts. Mo n Wah d alreshes.r.SSorce^.? u Lam -
fr t"ys sm tfh passage tbil. h e tut br b dro s the
aol ollowin the a sual, order the rlve should be general. Mr. ar- .eeIn t h#e head, kilm i"g him ata*. TI m T
i trules was read the r Mr. Register n d Mr. Parkimnson stantly. Th boiler d engine rs. N f.
third tie ad Cu roll es. Mr. fa of the bill. Mr. Wat- wero- e a complete wreck. i r ll v
p rd by vote of t 1 to 0*. on favored this bill, and would let The Smgmer Lumber Company -

tos of enmatr wnU eu lat* te ot toh burdensome operation only about two moth. .TTh 'TV ,TATN DVP I~bT
,alved andblls on third readln the State. Mr. Carter remarked _________ w.eyg mI.&ii&. (IAi U rUDJ.Ib 5
r. here that ano oned ves hrd ia l P O AA......... ..............v .h.e D f nO, Out ,
r. Ad-Amendln Secteon pegon bill bein repealed. tam h a o
ttutes, Chapter 2, of Mr. Richbourg of Walton g' orsom wo. .a...m sto. WurplUs ........................ O 9,O 00
s Floida, relations to uam. d the members each contribute $2 a. y o br a es.eAo I t*S aid em b I Areate et. OtlbleDtepel. i *All*
thslyls of fereiadse ; i a for tlist particular caP, rather ian enle r Itrdntw dLios hain
Mul time in full an asked bsh am o bect l e pan e *0 t elh
bill No. 8, by Mr. ea s eloquent speech ifa foor ofth thei l M r.e tee buns pAs A
h mlyoyment of ,lntos 0.tefavored the bill, which was passed yatr.Ar..rit I wou ld fo e let I w
An age hi factories, wtuI sp vote of. yeas 52, says 1, the neg- amed f ro tLo er Csomtea ns. fIs l*
fills barreoomas, gr .stive vote beinLg Mr. Jeoreon. es)e oe e03e. *e of she sUpt. _r tA.Me
Sliquosare othean had rolled." old fi. m. VOYL e MGlIL b
-pt of Min e od r --W------ J ol--------- Abr e s m twpr t n l y b u w
b thad tb ime n fa t r CtURES ALL SKIN TROUBLtea. Ar EnjeyaSe Nep. ip S SI
.Aal, 12 to 10. --- An epleble Itnformal dames was pa
SBroome, is a few ueeant Sulphur the Accepted Renedy for a gries at the home of Arch Seaeoer, mAN
referred to the Mt that Hundred Years. Rochele, a niht or two reea7, .l jU .

the South, and mIyyo tpat tofbaigre ve b ot le, of Me 4. Ha
Senate athemeiber ele phhSIOtSu spe Paid snAs"
ind adjourned i sM bio ed agfsrs.h aCS LIUIc Tera th rae ight I t. 7"
adsdd er.a a 2? eve fr ma young 93l of the Ro".elle sarfesIMPI


LM het botsol '81pr $WO" r I 43411add hat NollthoogyIs SWIM th0
**uO ;PdlWU ,w0"seus 'or p"Mteed gopher Ia ORI-
~ ~ lasse. HANCOOt'B LIQUID W emnip r V a lm.m
'Do4urntil 1 #do 1 9 k i~pieams 0 a" Kern' SO 1 "lder sand Esteeaneeut 900 gu W
* forulng. ife you~h~le 7'
INTHE HOUSL. wis 01, 0694~Y~e,5.
yin: "JU I Mhel, obhan -suavased Why g it~~ ~s~~.Hw
'T calld tO me-of Sumslols, e W W01111741" Have as rppid li"r stem N10*80, hS~~i
~Y ~ev Mr pu~ ~.- ztI fmt" od "M Sues lbee as mli VWy rnlow, sill be* in?
Udmar~if do ONe tas L)QUI.S Ow seejar fit notereis 4 gmees why yes sheshd ON&
to %ftgmsi~icmpi You Are Ass u red

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tire Wua theeoe tphe e series d
vo te Ira oe egative.
One a U took e aeto oma to Till-
mac. re-s se4 q*** ssl i
terruptoms Titspasa hmeMg adt-
Amt he one bm baue asdd e blt.
terlh wDereso kuepstey q*
Gestabe to judge uenseemb qwma-
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ty*tth sannal coaeavoea of the
Oaond Chapt rlter Rtoa roh utCape

latbeebait. The aana aTeasa
tS attJ.oer was the s almtes.f t*-
onotitd sesIo. a told at his via-W
Ots S the chapters thkeuaheul the



eae.eotg Selm ects Capt. SIte
Coitbam s Ga., Apr i.-4Ma the*
DeMeratle primary Vnaoe.day Wa
Maseegee ooauty to nseeodatesa r-
Mteatave to the genera embl
ti assed the late Pete rer Cap.
taM JJ.l ade was om.Inate. re-
etflvig a *arity of aoet oW teis
ter his *psemst. e. C. 3eOatth-
the eir. Oetlshess. sat a amush
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Det'e Work'Nihoerd SmekW"'
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to*itsuftw "to 41 *single 41wa
144,.on Mv e 3 llto~wum
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Moseft"dWedneeday to
-Elobard fartholdt, the
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Seeod Judgment -

&Whdp.1m lawalftble to o t.
so "-40 404 emuoessry to ho*eew1vee.
A. wfom show. okid jidgmems wien
abe -VtoMhiteo cream Vormlfuge
f* b~rbabp-be est worm sodlelso,
mtwbted to Moshe'. Its
$eOfse the sensible mot"e, who
g*A"e i flbohersrlsido lot
ASe health of Itagirj~el4ros,
uhieob Shp$*we to theusee While'$
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of w vas rjpre Thia"a
moz;abYIie weaver "U, with
wred loss of siolder wueo~r Thbs
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NowItysPh ioW2t .bi W to Prewat



it too would avoid emaski' sa"
Kidn 61d Bladder T*Mw bls be el.
*rate (11 the euMpUOMPMD t!leavr, fish
towedesrbetlkute s orall iposwible oPs,
browti, frehm ilakand water-lose of
watet. Take plouty of jp, to eass
sea dost's eel after M, A' It
e&Segh, eyes It It does SlaN At .?
oeur iwh is tlaigts sm .
Fe use"%of eneroee seek day In the
*"selfr.,meue it.wtro
'100t eucrelee will *or* .bat afflie:Idlus,.

I adins te %onas pre#0teaiweeonly.4
Fe, 6he bessis of the u~me'at othis
W4106e who are now isted with
W ohmas. ,Ki~my, udder or Uri.
nory-t MbA ideslro toebe OUP4
461411. 1 l"e blokwo, Se~pler io
She See the n f me orweseful I
'be" Overea. dh Is losethato
aeke 1 iset es,1sev, 44.&am bo

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NeW ..101B.AI'1 I'--bohlad.

YM'40 bV*. o4 U07 as' Upuft~to
&swiag 1Us neon of Vr~eidtot'"66s.
veolt in voreiteratingWadfrau ftM
RAyWOOd o*1te 2,um h

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HAIN TELLS CHARACYSR.

voela of. of Ilans 1te, toe*0eate aia

MiaW people i*Uleve 'that bloncXb. ai
lgtU hAjr Genetes sawecon Pndadu*
baW,.cornstancy. A person Wtlh,;:t hali
is iet deoi4 idof cb fatr; f rom It.
The disposition otet t saverago 'tidd
bea~d eG man Lto lshow such 4eo;cituae
eto the welfare iof others, t h e neg.
ifwaet.- l~2DA garincaus',bat'irecss
Prof sabo!Aq4, of Potiv, ?Ca 110 It-
soclatod a hikbbtt with Dan41ltmfTl-u~u
ftCAj Itto ~b.0m. toAWjt-beh In 1
.?I verm* ft J; pecessary to lkpvly
"Diwa" ouftrave the
ldtfdrumv'sts Send Lac ill
supto 'The o ;IerlodeCo..

4. idl&Srd Oo., SpoeWialAgesse.


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Wrledel, Dallas, Tx.
*itt*i JInsBallard'sSnow
e ~for my family. It
b o Liniment made.
4 burns and calds.'
o Iso md $1.00
S.SOw Linlment Co.
ZOUEXAr. Mo.

OW recommended by
./W. E JOENON. Gaiue-ille.

O (Ci. OP SEALED BIDS FOR
WORK ON EAST LIBERTY
STREET.
/I* Board of Public Works of the
Atp Of ageevllle will receive aled
a uyp to Friday, the ',rd of May,
.4 ., at three o'clock p. m. of said
dy,. fAp. the construction of rock
td 0-900t wall, both sides of Sweet.
wiiti'lanclh, duplicate to work on
Ohb sWtreet, across Seetstatt-r
Baain and building of the cuIvert
14 Jlt4'ader sidewalk on north side
of *ttt, and extended to south side
of eulTrt, 3 feet, the wall to com.
neowe at Dr. Robb's cross-fence con-
t n Uig tSWss Sweetwater Branch.
VmUasu" to botbing on grade on east
aMe of bianhe. On the south side
fro*a the Tabernacle and terml.
a a1f wilth\ grade on Runkle's
property. This to include 16
fet bom the walls out on the

A separate bid will also be received
at the same tbqn for the construe-
ties of the culvert across the entire
Mreet, and the filling in of the
ee at. that polat
W. W. HAMPTON, Sec.
April 26th, 1907.

E. H. MARTIN


Practical
Cabinet.-Maker
WS LE.Male mM.&
Opp ite P. O.
Roll-Top Deske
and all kinds of
Ofiee Fornitore
made to order as
fatory prices.aDd
satisfaction goaru
wteed. CallIDd
see designs before
d oeder~ni. RE-
PAIRING:A SPE-
OTALTY.


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J6 Jh ad now ,*mpt sA
b It stl*es l writer of e iI', an
Slof w, i. t a 4ll d qt the WO 'osei to I
Al-^ sua iddqylly ,e Weots to th this
MR WMat Rooee Me is just back ,I Cba and he
P '0,# .' WO Dt. plain ed the sitWl o:s 1:w
.avery torm of tpsl. to him. He Ia both th
We a, We eso many and the forest toveroamets art
Pew ato, Y. snif ing commls-. loath to see x t4 vtate IMt
uP s ,peolal and assistant go of the isla p.Iurely p.actia
O ttornes b arkinga on the reasons. M.uck y is needed .t
Pss f t tn*t the barons man today the sugar crop blwh the prosper
Stell IroM mone y to another Ity of the isla4:6 sdJ The baOnk
iaw ii is violating. It Presi. are perfectly oi tok t lend money
..nr s 3gretoosrlt wants my suggestion on the crop so As conditions mare
S* "mdy of evils I would aMy to stable. But th o' ae, not willing t
fuimy sA *CS0a down. Study Washing- raise a loan iti to dans-I of a
_ _'__'__i. farewelll address, as a cation .revolutionary i k wbhle the
iwe the misuse of the constitu- money is still t up tn the aop.
pabim,, w ergo 1 y L.ncoln's mighty faith everybody know there is not going
a* dssup'rb paGence and hti charity to be any revo so long as thbe
to imtso W'; study McKinley's philosophy. United States te charge of the i.
ftor p.w.o eq p".ae6tea6l s68ad sense and give land, and so ever is to 1az fuitor
,p-hle a re t. The evils are to this government eW p hold Utill
b i r- b Neted by the force of public tor the crop is e. AId the
t t..u' .m, tt acting sanely and calmly they. will want 40. the ame 'kid
tdo pay ON wI MIi .athey wil vanish away into regions efice till the ut op t harvested
St" wh 0 000 cos all disturbing ghoste." and so it will hM OGovernment
G5u inpiMag Jeosophat"' How can the does not want ~ etual job of
rempl ?4qsdat "calm down," with Har. Id-sitting in 9ttt ft looks as
lfeple ra tles out of school and though it weret4. to be very
i political 5Mr. ot f the strumpet of oorrup hard to let go.
s taklnt ti naxed horror through
Sappenrs that the lan .f 8od-wlth all the, tennis court While Senatorra waO deliver.
pr's abdication wV rushing to the White House, Ing his now f0r MS in to be
Mid but prehmathe V aa hours, wtit tidings of a plot ad halt of bhl disfrt bi, a aero
e fapttors and. hair raising tales blacoman in theI waf head to
rsorelect Hoke ith thed the double dealing and sgaftin of sy: "I sho' oiwl"t ha bawl
IOr GVrasay fttdySal. t ,s thisone and that one of the Repub. dat man in my an, bs. i'. aleM
a problem. Hock de *o@b. lq poltitcians, how can the Pre. do guvermlnt."
dbest, hold down the lid no such a -
6m, having heard the opil5Na$ pandora box of political evils? Calm Senator Foralt 41 o't 0e o
i insanity experts should Sow down Why it to a wonder the roof take trouble to be i ii te1 tlia
H inform him of hisa isM of of the White House is in place and It little Nicholas tq VIA sway and play.
_____ . probably would not be if the whole '
truth of "Republican corruption and Will Give to l Unliveit.
I seem conspiring to .tw depravity. was exposed to a patient Chicago, Apri W.-"A dispatch to
bd-term nomination, on the people, the Tribune, Irrpi D"M)lnes, Iowa,
Igt Now even Senator Brto It's all very well for Dr. DAy, from says that Theodor lbopte has dte.
saluat it. his asy chair, with the Rockefeller cided to give some of his wealth X
"_ ,millions behind him pnd the trust Drake university, "I'hich .9e foqDsd-
r week has passed without checks In front of him, to advise the ed by Wlv fat,.er-ha-law, former Oov
in official inspeetlons of the President to calm down. He evidently ernor Drake. It tos a SA seMi that
a Canal. We will ever get does not know the worries and provo- Mr. Shots will gve' the ualvensty
at this rate. catUor that beset our chief magistrate fty service schIlarshiae to be eat
and does not ppreelate the rending festive at the sbinsMh of the a W ,
arriman says his business is of the Republiaetn factions nor -the school year. It Will turn dVqr "'t
fK. and not politics. And political earthquake that is Impend tothe school each f' "ar 1,$000 e wai
ke could add that T. R's. wa Ing. How can President Roosevelt to the come rt a 7 ,000 eeow
Ian not railroading. calm down when he is sitting on aert. .
z______ _the oone of a political volcano that
th winter freight blockade, threatens eruption at any time?
I li rapidly approaeblng when
OMr excursionists will be oom- With the lsht in Ohio fairly start-
I the car shortage. ed, it Is only natural that the people L
who have become used to something
Inud Jury has found 19 In. doing every qjzute should be looking
M ainist Abe Reuf, and is for fresh developments. They are
I cosientiously to break the likely to come in the fght for, the
Vf that Chicago bank cashier. Presidential nomination and come
trequenty. One of the next things to
ihbiSma Hoo Hooe,known as that is expected Is a show of hands ,was" S
0* Cat Order, is in session. in the South. There have beeo a
10 be something doing shoold number Of conferences at the White I oLm
to hold thidnlght sesslom. Houe recently With influet mo aea mM
S_-- from the South dad it o thought, that g|
I-Cisarette bill has bee the President will tty to win the hap- r "
n5avorable, and the siggem Part of the negro vote now. etragly
urs will be allowed a wle l to oraker. Ofe 1sethe
i put tacks in their ogq t is wlb vote of the Soth, wll not I* aa. sS5eam ,
Sin their pouches. ure largely tin the State primaries for esd S.
r ______ the Republian nonsatlea. and It to msE.a mlimU, ere.m!e
s ome talk of taklm out addtl the th i orcy boom for t m g tie Colored llop. but the prosper s bright as It alght be- For u. W. M. Joebeop, Dnlpt,
I atwed in the Preduqmssa Judon Lyons d -Geo-r"ia.
l* have to carrry w l tern register of the ,Uij. is
I sstepposebt to bo able tost othe oI N E
.----- o e srga delegatemk and be is believed
Sunions are t o br dr r a orbanks or say-
or bishxig three of thIDS to lMt O Prsidetas eholse.
a' betg astd Ths _ Ida eort made to gLe AMo -I E-,
.tch and see f hits tsS5 1Iap she of the Suthern States
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$S0; Annie Collins, Micanopy No. 15,
66; Clara Smith, Micanopy No. 165,
36.; Sophle Merry, Micanopy No. 15,
$85; Artle Lowman, Cool Spring No
17, $40; Agnes Zetrouer, Santa Fe.
No. o. $45; Agnes Zetrouer, SBanta Fe
No. 25, $5) T. F. McBeath, Gaines-
vlle No. 26, 150; luslaieNMiller, No.
46, 065; Ellen Wallace., No. 26, $60;
Mrs. W. P. Coffey, No. 26, $40; Mrs.
W. S. Cauthon, No. 26, $40; Serenas
Shannon, No. 6l, $40; Edith Brant,
No. 26. $40; Cylla Kennedy, No. 26
$40: Florence 2alls, No. 26a, 40; An-
tie DaCosta, No. 26. $40; Mabeli
Oanche. No. 26, $40; Maud Lewlis,
No. 26, $26; Ella A. Fugua, Lochloosa.
No. $9. $35; TElla A. Fuqua, 14Nch-
loosa No. 29. $17; Donta Ford, Mon-
teocha No. 37, $15; C. B. Fielding,
Orange Heights No. 38, $.C5; Eltee
V. Smith, Perseverance No. 43, $15;
Marie E. Mann. High Springs No. 47,
$60; Emily *McWatters, High Sprinhg
No. 47, $40; Ethel Dean. High Springs.
No. 47, $29.75; Julia McCredrl, Higha
Sprlugs No. 47, $35; Marion Kerr,
Campville No. 50, $15; 0G. W. Freeman.
Stokes No. 64, $40; Annie Owinu,
Cleveland No. 65. $30; Janie M. Crane,
Orove Park No. 68, $30; W. F. Knlg,
Wacahoota No. 71, $52.50; Delia Jolly.
Cooter 2ond No. 30, $17.50; Lottie
Teeter, Rolling Bluff No. 63, $35;
Lucretia St. Clair, Halle No. 37. $30; I
Leuie May, Dutton No. 90, $17.50;
Beecher Rutledge, Tyler No. 91, $35; I
T. J. McBeath, Island Grove No. 18,
$55; Marh T'F. McBeath, Island Grove
No. 18, $35; W. E. Bell, Waldo No. 24, a
$100; Alice Strickland, Waldo No.
24, $40; Luella Boll, Waldo No. 24,
$36; Claudia Ambrose, Waldo No. 24,
$40; Herbert Spelr, Stroble No. 31,
$1.25; Mary 0. Fiter, Spring Hill No. ,
40, $40; Marie E. Man, High springs.
No. 47. $5.25; Orrie Pratt. Orange i
Lane No. 44, $40; Mabel Hall, Road
ted No. 54 (2 months) $70-Total
l.,97.25. .
Cleel Negro T. 0eaherU.


J. L. Keiie lal $100; J. U. *S
ley, office, 8.0 .Barrn, no .
field No. 45. b.O; H. R. M
ri ports, $4; No. MpCreery,
ing, Roadh 4k 654. $68 First NO
tional Bank, 414,64; Thei .
W. BD. Di eod.
rants. $tCl GroTebq* se r
er, $40; D. Bfmwards, $3.5

Hampton.9. p..W,,a$14 t, otft
J. 18. ; J.elley O-4hl Hape os $ `. W
Total, $554.91. ..
SPECIAL. W TRICT, TKA0W1 Hoe H Now York,
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Alachua No, '. No0; T, )414; Win JA0 and trO ,:
Annieo. Mar6, $5; chee Novl, $4No MM Ctw Se
lie McI. ntoa sphe No. o, $
Nannie McInt"th, Pairbanks N. ew England and Southern
$20; Annie 0im, Mio. nopy No. p 1x s
$5; T. l. JMo.kh. Island Grove o t er e ANVI.Ld, OONand
18No, $20; Ma Mnn Do Nath. Island .or 0S a r, o
No. 18, $5; J. PI. Overhults nJ, Hawt
No. 21, $75; al.leJ. Hold. ,Ito f ..sA IIA
thorne No. 1, $40; NoEdd14 iRd0; j ............." . .......oo Lewe Whart. e fle
Hawthornel I4 ,ut. $30; WNo. H. .n3, boo" ...."......... ""of ..th. .eat...J... k"" IRT
Alachua No. F 8, $75; Nellie B. Fr
Alachua No. 3, $40; Jettle N T
SAlachua; NoR 2t, $40; Dula Wo O J.
Alachua No. $8, $40; T. E. Deoe, R**tW*6i JAA -. .6 sad SANW Pn,
Gainesville No $,1, $10; R. D. M #4 a hf P tgja. AAsto, (Detaad), and lasermealto Iih.
No. 26, $5; B y T l UDavi, wNo.W i Pler
3$2.50; Matid *P. DaO Now. b2, $ 50I i JAC O ILLE"
Meta M. Heart, No. 2,, $3.50; 1o,
No P. Wi lla, No. $put.50; . Iss, ll a ls. fol Ws s Jakoaoie ndas,T
Murrell, No. 7, $.50; C arri. MooM le, 8. l Sard, Mi day ,
lNo. 26, $. 0, in altlo Deboasei t) f
1, $2.50: J. F P. Rainey, No. 8b6,
$5.00; Ella hqWh. Ioohlooea No. 3,
$10; Ella Va" tLooclooa No. %2k 63 "1"'""'"" bef" 0 6
$5; Ave ng. Sp, toble No. $405. I 50;. r .
Emily McAu,8troble No. 31, $86i *
C. B. Field ,. hOra;g HeightsM No.0, 66fi4 i.....................o.....
$15; Else. V Sith. Pere. veranced Nl pt.IOK.t 0 ._2W e B.Y "'AO

50, $50; M. A. Ma.e, lnsto N.6. aIsouoe as. .,, A.P.A.. Jakronville, f
62, $35; Joele Qrieton, Tacoma No. A. 0. HAea0.XT 0.3Aso
69. $45; E. Ti.Alle, Newberry Nq. Pi ii rN I* 0*.
i.73, $90; MTIo' ApLee;Now 0. a. T t.TA. ? ., 00. iows, 0. P. A.,
73,f $90 MR U. OB s Broad rr Broadwey, &Wv A^ York. *^
No. 73,e $ Ada M.Plpute Rtc 'oL. D noo. U fr. A
Point No. t74: $0 Totaluh bt and $7 as. l.
Special ldrist lndm Cie. JaFe A., 4ls I. P a
Frank D. &Win. Fairbanks No. 5 :a4L0" Nowi
$2.45; Phoebe March, Galnsevilre No; 0. P. L.YIha.. AS 9* ....
26, janitress, S20; J. H. Jarvis, Galnes.
ville No. 26, sanitation (2 months)
$12; H. II. McCreary, Bell No. 85,
advertisingg* Total $40.45.
R. B. Wons, Qh'an Bd. Pub. Ins$. olses t
Attest: J. 4KLLt .ee.Lr and Suop Iisan b up syste mmd

Pell Through Skylight.
Nashville, Teun., April 26.-Wbile PI S A l N 1 goW* TAUIM. 31
hanging Clothing on bThe rear of thE
roof of a store on Broadway Wed- d
nesday afternoon. Mrs. Bettl. PRrlda P st C oas LR allwa
aged 42, e l through a skylight adFCR
sustalned I ries from rhilch sh& W4ITD Cu3 .iof*19R
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W0; R. D. Mcfis, Union Acadt-my No aw~aiof OmI EsOW ea" gosue
I $1,$6; Amy 1. Days, No. 1, 427,&0; IL
Mattle1P. Days, No. 1 1,27.G0; Mes 34 ,14 ca iflou" O(wl "w.MW.1N
Hearst. No. 1. $27m:0;Emma P. Will. NW=4*APIUOCATMO 1 y4
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W, 1o. $27.60; Ida J.' Williams. No. 1, IM. LAW!of 1 VLOA.
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