Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01097
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: April 28, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
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 )
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: VID01097
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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,0MAsWe Only Fear Is that

^Aebueed of KNil

ve Marb, a dainty

braseb ot the outte.

s faut the sooen,
*M o ty t luy lled a"d the
4 twWele was eured nA lye

*woman of mnteory;, Wiro m-.
tollett,. viloe her locaier-
a the Toombs have bSa a
Mp of wonder to MatrU atten-
Snd priwsoue,, is charged withi
of Gultav imon, a weal-
vaist maker.
people will de4lae that the bar.
rho had doea work p4 a do-
n 0 mes, went to him foe
ite Money and, after a wordy
h, *ot the bo down.
MWes L1 IAfMer, hie esousael
the woman, will ert that on
fiay of the trapdy an unknown
4* o8ld on sie a moment at-
Sbaronee'* o ad tsat this
00 u persao d the killing.

o e Witnees to Tragedy.
"eease will have to be fought out
gPrely elrumsltantial lines, for
was no witness to the tragedy.
aourt the prisaoer was calm,
deeply Interested In the pro-
ngs. She consulted frequently
i Mr. Le Barbler and his aseo-
eounel, John Goode, but never
,se allow her interest In the pro.
s to distract her attention far
Sher own personality.
a was the attraction la the court
and *he knew 'it. She was
t In a costume that none but
reh woman and a Parisian
woman at that, could have de-
and her pride In her art was
proo"unoed that In passing a group
Newspaper men as ahe was being
en Into court she stopped short5
d looking the group ealoly over,

ig you must write of me, donat. I
you, make any nsch mistakes as
made In descrlblng the costumes
ie ladies of the Thaw case. I
thosd e and hoped at no such
Odenm would be made in my ase.'"
SMatrea Vrtes and other Toabs'
attendantss say the Baoamees i the
esi lantetesting pusale ever locked
blind the gray walls of the'big pris.
8he has malntalaed from the
of her arrest the lftty aira of
b.le womas. The other prisoners
bees deemed teo ar beaeth
to be rewarded by eves the mast
glance. To the matMr she
spoken only. when pr~a .at-
made it a'cessary; to obtersa, at

twhl Frenchwomrn has pesa t mueh
I writing, also., not a pla as
asserted, b'.t a traalaUotm late
of a book which she aaij
be called In la.ut "sft la isn
l os Nostrao."

S Aeused by Dying Man. 4
preas-deslanlag and literature have
Inlay occupied her mind corn-
aince that Day. NNovember It,
Simon was fouad In hli ofkie
t, ballet through bhis luus. Af-
eame her arr..t and the ae-
by the dying man that she
d the pistol which had laid

y a5 t talked about the crime
'e las' told mayn thilas about
lt t, e e Ntn yare ago. who*
S *r girl, shd e was married to the
ae Mn y. Oeo year later
e va by as emoay. The.
SVM, 4tm ahe sought 1r the
tinsed that h bad
eM she MA L ereh
SMer be1n et

ir de ~$l tAM was not pavd


Ge~r~a, seA, carowlna 1nd Plorftf
t<^lIae A re f, Him.
~W l] JAprUl sT.-I'n the
Wtie lTWltd, South Carolina, Geor-
gia I": o a, the republicsaars
to IWr oord with the adlsi!
tatStf. T1o ane Roosevelt men
throngt o a4a4&motih," said First As-
Sastat POStusMtor Goeral Hitchoock,
0uon his fret from the south, where
he has bNea ie as Inspection tour.
Mr. Vltibook. emarked that there
we re ew idtligmntled and senei*.
ly disoardited son" who have dropped
oat of the 6d organlsation, but that
stu1h ere IB Uthe decided minority.
Mr. HitteoOck refused to give other
details, Oeept Wt say a few words of
praise of the workings of his depart-
ment In the sotion visited.

Must Clve the Same Contract.
Moatgowry, Ala., AprllT/.--In an
opianon given out by the attorney gon-
eral, it Is held that insurance com-
paniaes operating sock schemes must
gio the sume contract to every pot-
oy holder or allow him the option of
It, all must be treated alike and no
advantage must be given one that Is
sot granted to the other. Many of
the oompanles have formed securities
companies which are made general
agents. Policy holders are give
stock In these, thereby participating
It a way In the commissions of the
eoralJ agents. It is held that these
oatraots must all be the same, that
Over policy holder must have them
If he so dewires, although he may re-
fue them.

Jews Afraid of Kaster Massacre.
St. Petersburg, April 27.-In view
of the repeated telegrams from their
oonstitutents reiterating fears of anti-
JewiSh excesses st the Russian
Barter, which begins April 28th, a
delegation of members of the lower
house of Parliament called on Premier
8tolypin and asked him to assure the
peale-strucken population that order
would be maintained. Mr. 8toly-
pin promised to imiedlately telegraph
to the governors instructing them to
take all the measures possible for he
prevention of disorder and reassure
the Jewish population that so excess-
es would be permitted.

Downpour at New Orleane.
New Orleans, April Tl.-A torrem-
tial rain flooded many seosons of New
Orleans Thursday. Water was more
than a foot deep In parts of Canal
street, where the big stores are lo-
cated. During the hardest showers,
shoppers and buslnass men stood ma-
reooaed on the sidewalks while their
only means of reaching the street oars
In the elevated center of the street
was by precarious plank bridIee laid
by newsboys and costing I eta t tell
pe passenger.

Penitentiary Repo HarveOt.
Atlanta, April IT.-Wewnemday we
an unlucky day for law-breakers In
the criminal tlvsiaoa of the snperpW
ceurt, and as a result the Paites
county ehalngas ad the peasttestary
rpoed a goodly harvest. Out of a
total of 2 Tcame tried, N wee eM*-
vited, aggregating a total of 00
ars which will served t the
ei gamig ad the petteeUary. This
Weokws In pTrvious resese.

Lumry wetd *by ei .
ryMsoea O, a. ril ..--
vholatty f MeBeaMa daysUl o be thar
VMiS"a419 oaesIsosam*t o hbear
&em. ft, w. Knalt, a reebl
e'mms e Mus. Saed" that he
made en emam usams the kown
ftr tee. t S deshi after m-Si
athseem. Tis vesasi th y
etser dttsm om st amte.

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Steel Combfaation is Putting
Screws on the South.

TEN CoNTS Pan mu.'oLk AoDWO

This Year the Farmer Must Pay 0s
Cents a Sundle, as Compared with
that of 86 Cents, the Price Asked
Last Year.

Pttsburg, Pa., April I7.--The cot-
ton tie market was opened Thursday
by the United States Steel corpora-
tion and prlees advanced 10 agents a
bundle. There are 2,500,000 buladles
of cotton ties ready for shipment from
this eity to the south. Last year the
price per bundle was 85 centA. The
advance, which affoote the entire
southern cotton growing communities,
came as surprise. It is estimated
by the steel corporation that he co-
ton crop will be 20 per cent larger
than that of last year.

Thought.Dead, but Still Lives.
Plqua, Ohio, April 27.-Six months
ago a. dispatch said that W. M. Orms.-
bee, at one time a prominent theatri-
cal manager In this city and Spring-
feld, had died in lxos Angeles., Cal.,
and the dispatches apparently con-
firmed locally, and abituary notices
and photographs wert published in
the newspapers of Piqua and Spring-
leld. letters have just been re-
celved from Ormsbee, who had Just
learned of the premature announce-
ment of his death. He says he Is
not dead yet, but Is In California
enjoying the best of health.
Pitaoralid Killed Opp.
Friars Point, MIss., April 27.-
Gerald Pltagerald, a promising youn
lawyer, shot and killed W. F. Opp,
the proprietor of a billiard hall. The
men had had some words several days
ago and met About noon in the store
of 'W. D. Hobbs. Both drew r*-
volvers, it is sald,. Vitzgerald seot
himself in the right leg, but Is not
dangerously wounded. He then killed
Opp. Another bullet from P szger-
aid's revolver struck his brother-In-
law, Ben Booth, In the left hand.
Drowned While Fording River.
Huntsvllle, Ala... April 27.-John
H. Oobb, a well known farmer, and
Jim Holman, a negro boy, were
drowned while trying to ford the Paint
Rock river. Two males were also!
drowned. The river was deeper than K
usual at the ford. and the mules were
swept away by the current, the wag-
ea being overturned. Harvey Moon
aad Henry Mapplea negroes, weo
also In the wagon, but they succeed- i
ed In swimming to the bank. The'
shock may kill Oobb's wife.

Change Date of Meeting.
Tifton, Ga.. April l .-The May,
meeting of the Georgia-Florida Inter-
state Saw Mill aassocatlom, which was
to have been held at Tlftoa, at the!
Myoa, on Wedaeeday, May 8, has
been ehaged to Moaday. May 6, on:
account of the ansal meeting of the
Georgia Retail Hardware Dealers' as.
soclatlon. which will be held In Tit-
ton o May 7. 8 aad and with which
the saw mill ane do not wish to coa-

switehmon Strh at Athens.
Athens, Gt. April 27.-Thel
switchmen as the Ceal of Georgia
railway are oe a tnito ead are ask*
lag for a In creaso of cents a day.
When thie demand ws doeled, th
tea me at work th e yards all gt
work. Tbe awltchew believe theo
4emuand will g pante and expecil
s go to work at an ea$y date.

CA" pLapsCtwee
Cer 4ele. G a. 6 Aph o r37 -T lhe eeu'%
Oau~me f Crisp eSOWW's Umagnift'
am court borno m ohid Thueday
w"t Msask chasm aIthte peec
Of anu 426140" of i

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Patal Quarrel Over Debt.
Doerun. Ga., April T7.-Brad Fus.-
sell shot and killed J. M. Thomas
Wednesday In the dining room of the
hotel at Doerun. The dlIculty, It
Is said, arose about some money that
Thomas owed Passel. fPasell claims
self-defense. There were no wit-
aesse to the tragedy. Both parties
were prominent men. Mr. Thomas
was superlatsedet of the Oorbett
Lumber company at Tieknor.

Is Ryan After U. 0. SenatorehlpPT
New York, April 3T.-The growing
belief that Thomas F. Ryan Is after
SUnlted States saatorship Is bdag
t oreasthened by his recent activity I
the state pits In Virginia. rW
maay year. Mr. Ryan es madntals.
r a reldoMw at Oak Ridg. Noison
unaty, s oleat to give him a high
Political rating. He has log bees
L member of the messttve eammattee
a the Virgfila deoematl party.

Called from Praey ad shet.
Laaiegeoa, Ky.. Ap t 7.-WWlam
Iweam. 4f Martin em, a wealthy
m *or. w can ""t e ofr hisO
-e aun Wt the brals. es
rM oseta eod ve payer wVte
ailed. -nd ad bti b hs t Ai his
rhe -b we"t to the deor. Wlnobes.
t Jord aNd Ms brother. Th SM
re charged with the shoeeta. aw-*
a ad Jordan bad d trem e.



man obeft kU, AThreeThons
Werest9,mass. APO POp
It J., am". wbo mh*ad soe T-w
hk s k htr ~theIbN -diito
fts oft bowptalof. pesumb- ik
mw ther a awed riw"t

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Topeka. %s,. 4t h3.--Ltton.
0smeral J eMoA, by 1iag as i
Jucati a aselhe alWe tr.la brewi
ewaspen ls sporew t their owanh
property and oeraing salooMass and
obtainig ha order fat the appeal
meat of receivers for the brerwm
Property, has taken the most eeeti
measure ever Invoked to enforce tA
prohibitory law In Kansas. He it
toods to push his crusade to an aeth
Ioncluslon and In an interview aid:
"When the receiver ia named I
will proceed to locate and take uand
his control all property of the defend
ants found l the state, and will thu
be able to state every place whet
thU defendants are In any way car
ryini on business 1 Ifanas. Aa
attempt to conceal the sale of liquor
will plaWe the defendants and all thel
partclpatllng agents in any place o
the state Ia contempt of the supreme
"The property will be sold, and oe
of the proceeds the court will pay aI
costs and damages due the state. I
it is necessary to send the mUlth
to enforce the order, the defendant
will pay the bill. It will not be nec
essary to do this, however. Th
brewers' property In Kansas 0opgist
of warehoused and saloon fixture val
ued at many thousands of dollars."

Southern Inventors Granted Patents.
Wasahngton, April 27.-R. W
Bishop, patent attorney, reports tho
issue of the following patents to real-
dents of Alabama and Georgia: Ap
paratus for cleaning skips, C. E. Ar.
aold, Brunswick, Ga.; waterline boil-
er, J. P. Banter, Birmingham, Ala.,
assignor ef one-half to the Welsh and
Weldner Boiler company, Chattanoo-
ga, Tenn.; hay press T. B. and 8.
R. Sykea, Helena, Ga.; check hand-
ling device, Max Joseph, Athens Ga.

Victoria Keeps Queenly Duties.
Madrid, Aprill 7.-The remarkable
manner In which Queen Vitoria main-
talaus her strength Is the subject of
Considerable comment. King Alfonso
presided at the swearing In of the re-
erults, and Queen Victoria, who was
aooompaTned by the dowager queen,
Maria Christina, was present In a car-
riage at the saluting point, to wit.
neas the march past of the troops,
which marked the close of the day's



Havies of the World Drop THe
Anohors at Norfolk.


Great Naval Display in the Harbo
the Military Pageant on the Pari
Oreunds and President Rocsevl
*peeoh Principal Features of Day

by PN an Brke Jwes
~bula. Ala.. ApTW 2
ks ~Nng. the i'.
a" Mrs. IN. E. sw 5 h' ;eP,
be assm e4 a* OW sew o b"
in Bob -wIn cowsoof O
orn. so bw I" ant goofbt
ft Ob jmlwme d reCmilisI
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t Norfolk, Va., April 2T.-Norfo:k
r. the worM's soal today (Frida ,.
y stead of being a mene port, iis
r over-populated city into whi.h t
Ir elPrs I ome every hour. Thei nli
f Of the earth are dropping their
o ehors in its port. Along its nar
streets the 'tongues of all parts of t
t globe are heard. And beneAth
11 whispering pines and ancestra; oi
If on the low-lylng shores of liampM
A Roads people by the thoIusands bur..
I la every conveyance possible, f
. electric cars to old wagons, to v
e the buildings and grounds uf the
B position that was opened by the p
. Went of the United States Friday.
At sunrise the Noroflk LiJgt lt
try Blues fired a salute of three h
dre l guns to usher in the comment
. meant 4 the day opening te expo
e tion at JSMestown.
- Upon the arrival of Presld
. Roosevelt on the Mayflower in FHam
. ton Roads a salute was t rt by t
. United States and foreign warsb
there assembled. When the pr
dent arrived at the exposition grou
he was met at the end of the
ament pier by a military esco
and saluted by the United St3es i
Ullery, stationed on the ex;jsit
grounds. At 11:30 o'clock the pr
dent was escorted to the revlewl
stand. The order of the opening
erlses was:
Prayer by the Rt. Rev. Alfred
gill Randolph, bishop of th0' d0oc
of southern Vtrginla; in'roductlon
the president of the United States
Hon. Harry St. George Tucker, pr
dent of the Jamestown Exp il
company; address by President Tt
dore Roosevelt; opening of the ei
sition by the president of the; I n
When the president pressed the I
button It was at the rame M I
Sal for the unfurling of more t
1,000 glag on the various btii'ldls
the xpoaition, and also a >sal'
the union by the United s'a'es
Soreiga ships assembled in ilamp
Roads, and by the garrison at
At the conclusion of th iute
of the bamds on the expos!
played the Star Spangled Banner
Immediately thereafter tlhe priest
reviewed the parade, of wic'I M
General Frederick D. Crant. of
United States army, was 1 ds
The great naval display in tboe
her It fll view of the m&lCaI
boulevard that stret-es bet oet
state bIldlag sad the harb
eag of ate t"emAMS; the* Su
paesait oa the parade ground aw
preiddeu s spah were the prt
fMtarmes the epesfng 44Y
Tmn f to p. a. a receotICa
"oaweu president by *O t(0
ad directors of the xpotCoon
n7 the rotuada of the A ,,
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hsqg MOMF ,- I
is sad anow, rtratlt.
e, and t at A portrait of the late J.
idatatiu the R. W. OriaMome, who died at the home
tra will prove at ret bene- of his ,o, W. P. Orlssome, Bochelle,
the people of Ocala, OWteaville feow nights ago, attracted a large
tina s tes p p R PetoWlo. number of people Friday. Through
en lmpoWate for people re- the eworteya ot the owner of the por.'-
S h tO he9 tto m6tioed to tfait, as.. SImith, the artist, It was
a1Vtlll and tretua the amie, displayed tI s window at the store
Oik the Atlatie Coast Lne. It of Hyde &e Tech. The portrait ( sa
: .O t In the Oedar KeyJack- perfect likeness, and many were the
F train, 4the- Seaboard ha sorrowin face as they turned and.
the people of this city an ex- walked away after looking at the pio. [
t ervloe, whih lIs appreciated, tore. Mr. Grissome was In his
is f wact wa m relief to the peo elhty-sixth year at the time of his
along the routs of the prepobed death, and was one of the pioneer
I til&. ctltmena of OainesvllI

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Spirit shall b ernto God." I
Frs t othiediast Church,. .,r.? T. J.
Name, pas-Sa 4ayth school at. :10
a. m, Praefn at 10:45 a. m. by
Roy. a. I ,eLtics of the ,Olverlty
of PIrt 'e et Coalr Leue at:Praok.
la Lea atgue at :7:0 p. .; ect .
P i, p ,tbe P atr day t 1:30 p. m.;

subdet, "A Young Man in Partner-
ship With God."
"14 usal services wiP 'be held at
Holy Trinity 2pisoopal and St. at-
riek's CathoHe churches.
Cleed PrIday With Plon*e, After a
Meet utcoesful Term.
After a most successful term under
direction of Msls Ada Philbot, the
Rocky Point school closed Friday with
a i ost enjoyable picnic, which was
largely attended, many visitors from
Galnesville, including Mrs. J. L. Kel-
ley, beisg present. An elegant. din-
ner which had been temptingly pre.
pared by the good ladies of that seo.
tion, was prepared at the noon hour, !
and it is needless to add was greatly
In the afternoon there was an ex-
citing game of base ball between the
Rocky Point and Gaineeville boys,
juniors, resulting in the close scoe of
11 to 10 in favor of the Rooky Points.

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0 Cook-Stove
Hve_ _sick results with.
S& Made in three sizes.
I not at your dealer's,
rtr Eocriptive circular.

= 39 63wR omilm~t to any room.
'hmpra inamatwd." If not atat your
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after playing eleven inning. The PIRE AT UNIVERSITY.
Gainesville boys behaved finely, and -
the people of Rocky Point were de. Started Under Kitchen Floor, But
lighted to have them. The game was tingulshed Without Damage.
a most exciting one, as it was Imn The culinary dept9oiout of
possible to determine where the vie University was thrown iuto a
tory would fall until the last inning. of agitated excitem.,t ,it .a .
This school year has been a pleas-' hour Saturday morning. vh,,. it
ant one, and the children have made discovered that the huilhiii :u
excellent progress under the careful fire underneath the floor. 1: q
ind efficient training of Miss Philpot. action, however, by th. '.'o
The patrons of the 90hool are very place, the flooring ;a iiN,s ,
anxious f&r her return next term. the flames were extineuIi-l i
only slight damage.
Wartanty and mortgage deeds for The origin was cau.,1! i. 1
sale at this office. Fify ervats per dos. which was not sufficient tl:i
en or $800) per hundred. from the floor.






Don't fail to note the Good Values we offer during the Second Week


of our Sale.


This Week we offer a magnificent line Figured Wash Stuffs that are away under price. The very newest fabrics of the
season and a showing as good in point of variety as you will find in any store.






Each Department Brimnful

of Good Values


Baiifii Fiure'd ashk

t8h s e Sale This


Goods that are just new, very desirable
and will wash.
PARIS TISSUZEBIn very catchy styles;
a beautiful fabric; they sell for 25c; for
this w teekt .....
this week & ...................... lk
oross-bar effect with beautiful designs and
ooloringp; for this week ............
wash fabric; in great variety figures
will launder ........... ...... lI d
SqIUAMILLE SWI8n-Am Ipvrmo fabric, brouh ks
" omt to *ell for MSeI we ewwa th useae valte; now
IriPRB tOARXiDI-A vers dtei s. t e, f tabrio
with baseasful 6lortagfe 9" val*aI tar lfe ailwe" M
,tRlUES lADRAS-A good, .r.-ee tI- labre. With
jk.atelf pemram oad eoe (t mat a
S.... ...... .... '..,.., .. 1
"bhe table i satmeataeed "o ebvseiWttml.

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A Great Puchase of

Beautiful Parasols
Eatbles us this week to oler a treat variety of 8ilk and
White Linen Parasols at folly ONE-THIRD
loIe then r* ilar prie.
b1 40teI Ir.-
T7.a0 SIl Paruaole s .3. .O40 Whit. Lie.. ast .
.00 lk Pa o 6.00 White Linen at.o..
O Sl Parasols s lO Whig Parasol. tA
ilk Paraols 00 Whe Piearasols. .
1o Silt Parasols l. While* Pera.ols Fl.8

Will real to yon a showlla of Read.sto-Wear Oood
oad Malliaery e.qrl to aey city ore.
|astiful irt*Wal ..... ...... i.eN tI
=e14ittlShirWale Suoe. tsW
aesitihl tilk Jumper Stiut. .. to w
astlftl Veile lsati .... ... to
Oeles: Sleek, ite., Te. On, White.
OUWMr* Was.h DrNe ....... ....i I


Beautiful White Goods on

Sal8e This Week

Hundreds were here last week tand
bought them, but we have plenty mrc ,'
the same value and at the same prices.
India Linon, worth 100l...........
India Linon, worth 15c...............
40-inch White Lawn, worth 15c...... te
40.inch White Lawn, worth 20c......
45-inch Persian Lawn, worth s6c..... 14
45-inch Persiau Lawn, worth 35c.. .
Beahifoelbeaked sad fa4myt wIte oeod--:e "'l'
me desirable goots of the semoa. \

MuW Sleesbed Sheets. worth we.......
mixe Bigeashadboofa. earth 75T.
2ix44 rise Hosk To"I, 'orak 31Me..-
1?28h FrIvnQedHGat Tbwelwmhlme..
F t -3 D qllee, wof Oth ds.....
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90xtrA a Bk 3. UpeeiWuiob 440.3.....
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rugeds t

gOtte was a

Wmibrng s lW

ioGse held a s
shorter thn Wto
te for the decortltt of the
|which, o account o tin easet
,was to be used for Memorial
lies, beginning 6t 5l to he

goal defeat of the resolution
for joint committee to' visit
oty and former ndviwlty prop-
dmake a report thereon, closed
long battle, that together
seminaryy sklintshes Incident
hba occupied a good deal of
ad attention of both blarches
i egislature.
fort to reamo.Ider the -vot
the bill providing for teach.
pumer training ii*hole was
was likewise uammeoeastul, the
going so far as- to not only
House bill coveriw the provp
but the companion bill from
kite as well.
of the members of the Legas-
attended the memorial exer-
in honor of the CObfederate
Ib the afternoon. The principal
i' was delivered by Justice
Il of the supreme court;

Sseusiou of the House was an
Shorter than usual, owing to
Imrclses of Memorial Day, which
held in tne room beginning at

followlhg were among the new
Mr. Doke of Alachua-New char-
city of Alachus, la.
Mr. Doke of Alachua-Approprl-
4.'.',.49 to reimburse certain
for armory rent.
minutes after convening the
took up the select order of the
ad Mr. Kirkland of Lake moved
sideration of the vote by which
bill No. 20 was passed Thurs-
Mr. Kirknd said he wanted it
iy undestood he was in favor
Sthp teachers of the State
natle assistance but read
the report of the State superin-
Public Instruction to show
the State norm4ls were patron-
t y largely by the counties
Sthe schools are located only,
aigh the normal course at the
IY of Florida and female col
Wre suffilept.
{atthews of Marion contended
the establishment of the :two
lormals would be local.rather
MPral. and he would prefer
Wcb county be given $200 to
e "r nrmal for one monthU
"le (i of Santa Rosa said he had
Khb mind since Thursday, sad
te bill would not be recon-
He announced that at the
tt l'he would introduce a bill
nrtat., a sum to pay the actual
i*us :',s of the teachers
S rat ormnala.
?tiedl,. Hilloluabore, eblrman
eokn:tt.et on education, eon
that und.r the Buhmana law
1 tsoMible to loc the
anyh.re except at Talhabe.
j Whalle. It requiseda a
'mr to complete the mere
N0 $ta colleges.
I I!r Knight of Citrs agreed
i O.i!" The 5 j
in] the motion to reessier

senate tnssgrn.
| wae, reere m
and the senate U3 -
- prope i, ~ r

'W -\O 172, a ft
`4 Latayge MMOK.w
d 1~. 461.s

0 O

Is that re rwotr
iay woo tM we rccowpmnd s
Wtnhrator of s3ch kiown quality t o
4 thousands of PVMAtI
we guarnutee for
M 1) I met mnrect . bMIm
I. e- M Mn
\bW mrso I. wheM
1s tW'd teed I stbta
1tIdmes s eined WA

Th at perfect ~frigenton Is nyee ree
1pr1 and will interest every bousekeeper i
ed of a new refrigerator
etATL It POM THe Asalue
iNs M. MNMUrcTuUMs ComPly
OMIMH- TsW let Il A

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eelved 33 affirmative and 12 negative
votes. It will now go to the Gover-
nor for his signature: And House bill
No. 89 will die a natural death. The
bills are Identical.
Cone Resolution Lost.
Under the bills on third reading
was the famous Cone resolution, pro-
viding the appointment of a commit-
tee to visit and investigate the former
University building at Lake City and
report was briqght up, creating a
warm controversy both for and
against the passage of the resolution.
Mr. Knight of Columbia moved to
substitute House concurrent resolu-
tion No. 10, by Mr. Cone, for House
concurrent resolution No. 17, by Mr.
Rowe of Madison, both relating to an
Inspection of tha University property
at Lake City.
The motion received 20 ayes and
28 nays on the roll call, and was
declared lost. The question then re-
curred to the adoption of House con.
current resolution No.17. Mr. Rowe
moved the adoption of the resolution.
Mr. Matthews of Marion made a,

Doetic comparison of the asassinaUon
of Caesar with the resolution. Mr.
Rowe raised a point of order which
was not sustained. Mr. Matthews
warmly commended the Buckman law,
and opposed any move looking toward
the re-establishment of any of the
deceased State colleges. Mr. Willis
of Gadsden couldn't see any harm in
investigating the State's property.
Mr. Wells of Leon read the report
of the State Board of Education upon
the matter, and thought if this board
could not get $15,000 for the property.,
and it the board had the right to
dispose of the property it would not
be necessary to investigate.
Mr. Wartmann of Marion vigorous-
ly opposed the resolution and thought
the Legislature should sustain the ac-
tion of the Board of Education and
the Board of Control.
Mr. Knight of Columbia said the
Legislature was investigating every.
thing from Key West to Pensacola
and when the session convened the
gentleman of Marion was in the tore-
frost of them who wanted stenograph-
er and attorneys and accountants
and everything else under the sun to
investigate the State officials In whom

he has now ech great confidence.
Some people seemed to think the
great Bukman law had bee easeted
ato the cottatutIm of lorlda. The
Mwolbtlps meat simply that the peo-
Pie of Lake City were oerbts the
property, which wa offered to them
i rMetre for t he $IW give by
Lake City to the NIvruTty, to people
of NForda who erected the belallie
lor what e m eight be made of them.
The less of the aerasWly was atl
frty 40 gr-e t to he pesle oe lae
tr a to the poe eat FrM. He

ded the
Y, and 1
ool had

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of the MOW Isgestre of 4 to e above oooasP
City, is a t t prevaaiate t*nd-trip sae e
Re reviewed,. 4hry of the wI iV4 ye aeta V *t
verity and the 8tate w t
Under a" oattact to aptatp binga 1i
the college PW Unti Ith tih
suits brought the eople of L to a Ri h
City were I e I nterest of the 1tt- u eftee d ajth date of dale.
lons of Florb. u a u .ya with oertain
Mr. wilson teriando emM "Woa s aOf et o
but one mo f te reoi, a Aeteto I this limit to
driving of th ege of a a h be peareod.
and engaged colloquy wit W T h be e has bee declared
Knight. mi S aoteW for delegate to
Mr. Bradshaw of Hamilton oppoe The having the mat.
the rcolut were evidently guided
The main quWstion was put. a0 So decision to name the
chair declared it loot. Mr. Knight r of4t the attractive Ite
manded a a ot all, which wal uit t l noticeable iamOOm
sustained. A**s some confusion, th* -tnbe double dall p rvi
speaker calledthe special order. Mo- h tches and s1le0plg
tion of Mr. R e that special order i44 he the following: OWr
le deferred Ws carried, and the pobpIe. sMl 4 Idea of affording fte
House took up # ate concurrent yer btOek o a*#d other coavetlos
solution No. 10, Identical with the held t RiOhamad, an opportunity 1or
House resolution just voted down. tllttlW the Jamestown ExpedOlp,
Mr. Knight aI tolumbla moved the er an arrangement whereby
adoption of the resolution. Mr. the a'M portico of tickets reati
Howell of Batl Ross moved to lan treOal hmoAd are honored frlg
definitely postpone the resolutIon. Prt-agth, Virginia, without a&dd*
Roll call was demanded, and the mo- tieal .h0re This alone certainly
tlon was carrie4dby a vote of yea makes the Beaboard especially atb
81, nays 17. treaotve.
After some other business under There Is 6 moment now on toot
special order. the House adjourned to have 'the Flodda Baptists aasem-
until 9 a. m. afttArday. ble In JueaMvllle, moving from
-there on thn W ame train-one might
A VALUABLE PRESCRIPTION. pay a I r. 'thIs. too, will RAe
The'average $Wae does not really the trip more pl ant.
how much the body health depends or further W information addNre
upon the proper action of the kidneys 0. BOTL8TON.
and bladder, nor how widespread die. Assistant General Passenger Agent,
orders of those organs are. It Is quite Jacksonville, Florida,
safe to say that they give physicians
as many sleepless nights on amount EUREKA I
of their patients at do any of the Yes. I Hove ound It At Last.
others, and perhaps it would not be
too much to say that. directly and I. Fo nad what? Why, that Chamber.
directly, they ae chargeable with as lain's Salve oorrs esenma and Ill men.
much sickness as all the other organs nor of itching .f the skin. I have beam
of the human body combined. As a Afelostd for many years with skin dis.
result of a vast amount of careful 0ea-. I bad to get op three or four
study, many physidans are now using times every night and wash with cold
with great suOesse in the treatment water to allay the terrible.tehiog. but
of disorders traceable to the kidneys lne Mlmg this sle I n member,
and bladder a prescription composed 190, the IteMlag h stopped and has
of % os. Fluid Extract of Buchu, n troubled m.-an osJonx T.
ox. Fluid Extrect of Uva Ursi, I oL OXeL,, Rootvllle, Pi. For sale by
Amet CordialA M os..Flud extract of ll dOMl ....
Ltverylort anLS15 osd. water. This Thoughttom Hve Been Murdered.
administered In doses of a tab'espoon- Jackson, Miss., April 27-A white
ful three times a day and while the a nisamed Diehle, who was found
treatment tI sonutaued. Woih In order at lers switch. 5 almiles rom thtis
that all impsritles may be eliminated city, wth his skull eruasd Monday,
from the system, should be for a bhas 16 died at the hospital here. It
month, the patient is advised to drink was at Brat puppoed be bad be*
large quantities of water. The mate. blued by a t ala, but the police now
rials called for by the prescription are bolfe that he was murdered. He
carried In stock by every first-class was known to have had a large sum
pharmacy. O f Ioey oundays hAvIN beet ad
S________ 1 st arailrad camp wherm be bo rk-
Refuses To Be Resonciled. *4. An ivestlgatlo la bislg W Ade
Geneva, April ST.-Herr Woelang, by the police.
who at one time was Archduke Leo- ..
po'd of Austria, and his wife, from h.Arlvee to Find Lever W De.
whom he is seeking a divorce. gip- B0 b, N. C., April 7.-MI
Feared In court here for the usual at- ibMa Lndlgrea, O St. t_'
eoumpt at recocilliatlon prior to meeur. ,*h.. who was to hve beeo mou
ing the decree. BoL parties del411 4 Saturday to OCp WSa M as -r
to resume relaticis, the forsar AN'eb. 0s. arrived only to learn eOt be I
!a1h( declarltpg he was tired of vege ~ged husband's it by 4W Ng
tarlanism, the fantastic dress sad the at lck Head Palls, N. MW .
otber fads of his wife. The eue With three other he Wa Wiel O9I I#
consequently will take it. ordinary t*e falls. A telegr1 matter M.
course. Herr Woell ng gave up hle ed to reach her. The b, of 1
position. exp i~ ont sad hosors as Su erwned permas at y
an Austrian archduke some four year bees reOvred.
ago I. order to marry Wilbelmlne Ad '
amovich, the actress, la Vienal A Women Tells How to Relwe RiSe4.
New Line to Coast. i,
Hawkinuvill.. Ga.. eApril T.- dredfl disease, r5ustle5S, or A
coartem toeninns of the Gelf Alt ulber of ear.. I have trled W
lcie railroad. It is cuof tey O e A 1 3e1551s beu see got me gll
that the H wklinsvlle ad Flortae g 1 f them misl tWO i g ,
Southem road, which ha be-s n- whe I ou- a bottle eMOyabe
dag several ; .ars from HawkIMnevtIUe 161I% *i Im. I smM wI f Nl
to worth, wll .rge nlat new Wm e- 1 hod mod allof mt der, b
binatlon, sad will so ca south through kept e applya g IS sad nMl kg1 lhie
SAshbura. Siyvester sad Bridebot. d. geelt eosa. Thru. l t eise

'B ure is will be exteuided to imo ods e p Iroiads ha Ml"W-is
bridge, Wr It Will eSOot N With as SJ y
lse having evera sol-,fU. .---Us& 4~ A's4 01.
nll I poi R.- Dow, km. 11 sv
'l Ao! guSh Os. PaCM 3.o."is a UMs.Thi selief
Daily PuISSa beiet. slepleg* fom jab $111W" 10 89006 sIfAs1~e
levav JeOksaville, 7In., aSs oP. M., got"h mmdo" 1iesW am..Is maks@

hleAugus 2az~me?,Sl~m.1 bpi
for Puimewrawedevs si eshe
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Ooe Phone No. se; R Madese go.

And solieitor 16 Eqaiy
Rea Estate, Oooveyaneinuag4
eral Praetice. All business pw
attended to. Office next dsa9 ;~.d
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iWVN f e4. Mr. OChubb
a, desk ts his
Stoob g or somse

eslo w.t a d tNhat tend l

duringg no Ofther candidate,
I tn ith e rerte tet
Swho ever oup ed r, Chubb.
pir wao either misinform.
pnlkadulgiag to roman. The
wI o Poid are unasaimous

saidwring no other candidate,
p recognized as the greatest
I who ever occupied the

saa not the present occupant
tf House ltated that he Is
I Ujt be candidate?"
4wIt I foret, and the Preso
bsa hoeset,eoabolentous man,
at every word he said, In
esent on election night. But
bl can party sad the Ameri-
e demand a Pesdetfor the
ears. coalmeocnug March
I, 0 w h e tae courage and
t ability necessary to com.-
i PaFUm Canal, streughen
Bill, enfotre the pure food
d apute trusts and sitganttoc
and It is 10ow fully real-
only by Republicans, but
Ts army of Democrats, that

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Positive Cure Foer

No. SWAMl a Ims.L
C. ritunon. sta.e
Mo, writero I have
w Liment and can't
I1 fur It, for Rheu-
useful medicine to
the0 house."

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Swill do all
yoe6 .1 fg a enow on m
mo ni d I as *** aew
soh"ue apped am
har end I aBm well
ple f d will and do roe.
(KISeed) R. L. LEIGH.
Hopklsitd~r. KyE.

I W10h osrte bay@ -344,00;
of dobi"6 a ub#B eide Shbt O~
~a~sesad tbia Is Wos
goal# "md he*ate #oasnedodi
461140 pamushr of lay fdqA* I
beilli" s 11 1 sole dand rot'
is a spliadid sad ddlightfulhale
dms~lo ti If,. J 3FOR~btCI..
Memp sb.

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ha 've ri ~*aia esvr 90P.1649 es41**104%Me a bottle ot ou
i. tik 'I mr4 O~ *IGY "Y l 4WOIVIWS 5Il54arnswer Your inquiry as
the 6413# ToleI hov's1010VO3d. I hAveuedit Vow for some
0.ever used.- Is Will, :e one of, 001 fime"AMOkiWisobe %be best thing fr -b:te
khj*Wd "Ibo de1110%S OW o0 hairtb AT66eveOM aaadIt keer., mwia~
and Vill 110#44 .eoamm"4 far* '1100tyee fF6 O.5W aESs sgof tan silk~.
r 1,all my 0ful nd 6s6d koqsi. U104*O~dsvera Of y trienca tO u'.e it land
oases.041ae wePeased witl~t.
Budsia,ped) PETER rPaML. (Signed) W m. S~iffqj

Two dio-4& 4 $1*'$%P.#APMl 10019Nr sA- O'I tisuoftpromimmt U1080W shop. Pbe mrse.7"P4 IN gti4mawbghd under the Fee d aD lrug
AA 4JUSe 30. 1901; Sw U*I&, Am lee 10to. buis I. TO 119IdstC 00 .9 q Dsi4bere~MLt.,for a sample.
7. *~ QDZ7OR & jjpAj( VO SpecIalAgents.

there Is *aa la Amerisa so fully
able anid p tllrigly equipped, and
with Stao b sense of patriotism.
to complee te work, as Theodore
Roosevlt, l. the American people,
and the bliea artya goian
to- ask -f |B gitB, kwith
great unalty, modify hia determ-
Ination aad AIti, ePresldency for
~andb g 00 4saru ach
c.n-., thffat Priident
Ro ml yield to the
wilMb of tI -bivoh mnam
that the Repub enjoy four
morn Yar ot iol pros-
perity. ,,
cUo M'to6lrSEI)

Attention Is called to the ad mlf
ment of The 0. W. iyde Company,
which firm Is offering a seven-day
feast of bargains for the coming week.
Those desiring goods in this lihe will
do well to call and inspect the same.
All members of the Woman's Chris.
tiab Temperance Union are cordially
Invited to attend a mothers meeting
at the residence of Mrs. W. P. Yo-
cum, on East Main street North, Mon-
day Oafternoon, at half-past three
Among the tavellao n spending
Sunday In this city Is J. A. Alexander
of Atlanta, Oa., representing the New
Home SewBio Maoiene' Company.
Mr. Alemnder suooeeds J. B. Gerald,
formerly of this city, but who Is now
engaged to businee in Tampa.
The Interior of the ofl0e of Dr.
J. Harrison Hodges. Duttoe Iudlng,
are being materially Improved to ap-
pearance by an application oat wall
paper of the latest pattern. The ol
omes have also been comadnted by
door, which will prove very convene.
I will buy from you or sell for
you, at private sale or auction, any
household or kitchen urniture, or
anything else you wish disposed of.
Daring my 0 years' expqrWise in
this busiest I've never had ome com-
"lahat of not having given satiso-
tiU. P. M. Oliver.
There are growing i the yard of
Ool. C. F. Banehoe, Dadt Mate
eset. a number of royal palm trees,
whskt are probably the ealy trees
o thon variety In this se e of the
Saint They are ary bsandeems, and
Aeot the attention of every visitor
ho happas to pas that way.
T. M. Voasble. as Is hIs atsm ) cu
tom eame frmb his homemat Arrnow-
do V000 to attend the *xmreae of
Memt1al day. He la a voetaa a
mebe r of tonewall (amp, U. 0. V.,
and pleW y wears his erom of hbmer
on his M N ofm Omfeiato pmar.
"Uonce TW abe as tmi arly ea-I
*4 by his ad wasa re*ly dea0-
potinted at e maSMs ot the hoear
at whach s eusbes ben as he
was compelle to rmONWr t his hem
before the w anivodL Be sOes
that a asmbe who em be&M AraOe

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Was United In Holy Bondse Matri-
mony to Misl Mary Crosby In Ocala.
The numerous friends of V.
Duke of this tity will probably be sur.
ptdied to learn of his marriage, which
occurred In Oeala Wednesday after-
noof. He was united In the holy
bonds of matrimony to Miss Mary
Crqoby. formerly of Micanopy but
later of Dunnellon, Rev. fr. Dodge
of .he Ocala Presbyterian church of-
floiting. ,
4r. Duke Is well known In this
section, where he has resided for
many years. The bride Is also well
known here, having attended East
Florida Seminary, where she made
manty friends. She was ahlo an at-
tenfant of the normal school here.
Mr. and Mrs. Duke arriv'd in the
cltt riday afternoon, an4 will make
their home at Mr. Duke's elegantt cot-
tago, Mat Union street. Friends aw.
tend congratulations.
Wddlg at High t gif gs*
Married. at the resid .-oft Re*.
Mr..Yates. High Sprig, ridayi;-a.
ter6on. Herman Brnest Hirt of
Chatleston, son of the late Dr. E. R.
Hir%' and Miss Susie Arabelle Bul-
lard of High Springs.
, The grooQn is a popular young man
In the employ of the qeaboard Air
Line, acting In the capacity of general
yardInaster, and the bride Is a lovely
young lady, fbrmqt$ SafavaiIb.
They spent iday iahbTUe, leaV~og
In the morning for Jacluaville. Af-
ter remaining theft for i few days
they will make their -eparture tor
the Jameetown Expoasltld, visiting
friends en route at Columbla. Char-.
lotte, Greensboro and Richmond.
The congratulations of a host ofat
friends are extended them on their
wedding Journey.

Galnesvlle and Alahua i nty Hoe
pital Asesobtle~R
A special meeting of the Oinesvlle
and AaIchun County roespt Asasel
tion ts called for Tueeday, April 0th,
1107, at the offe of W. W. Hampton,
at I p. m. This meting t lled for
the purpose of t tlg, nreald- t,
and chairman of the besad otruatees,.
and of the executive committee of
sad Amsociation. A O stten4aaee
of the meao tr Lo r es eI
April 1. not. 0
Cured of Rheumaism.
Mr. We. Hoary V u a
Tenn., hbdt ra mnatils j lets ur .
"Tho strvogah seemed a goe
oet of*he atmos men wm s ee.ms
tees for woe,"b he *- 4 t &pg
OhambertslaPalms Banl oew wrapped
the armtos la sel as alght, and te my
relOef I eOad tsha tIh sal radealy
left me a the suegea wsm are. In
thsne weeks as the MIm ha is-
GPPNSS dsen hen rnslafp'uueu."
If seeblsi with sb e me&.

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Annual Meeting Friday, at W)t ch
Election of Officers Was Held.
The annual maeetag of Low Wallace
Post No. 25, Grand Army of the Re.
public, which was the largest attended
for several years, was held in the
office of the commander, Col. H. F.
Diutton, Priday, at which the regular
routine of business was disposed of,
including the election of officers for
the ensuing year, as follows.
Commander, H. F. Dutton (re-elect-
ed); senior vce-commander, Benja-
min Knafzga of Paradise; chaplain,
W. T. Morris of Archer; adjutant, F.
Presocott Bullock; quartermaster, C.
., Whiting; officer of the day, L. N.
The Post discussed the matter of
observing the Union decoration day,
May 20, and arrangements were made
for a program for the occassion.

Death of Miss Bunch.
J. F. Bunch of this city Saturday
received a telegram announcing the,
death, in Spartanburg, 8. C.. of his
0ie1e, Miss Lizzle Bunch, daughter
of 0. A. Bunch, which occurred dur-
ing Saturday.
Deceased was twenty years of age,
and a member of the Baptist church.
Friends of Mr. Bunch extend sympa-
The funeral will be held at Clark's
Hill, 8. C., Monday.

Gentle and Effective.
A well known Manitoba editor
writes: "AI an Inside worker I fiod
Ohamberlsin's tomseob and Llver
Tablets invaluable for the ouohes of
billousness natural to sedeasa life,
their saoion being gentle and 08eotiv,
clearing the digestive tract and the
head." Price, S sents. Samples free.
Sold by all druggists.

The Board of Public Works of the 4
City of alnesvtlt will receive sealed .
bids up to Friday. the 3rd of May.'I
1M07, at three o'lock p. m. of said
day. for the xans0 tkeUo of rock
as oemeamt wall, both sides ofSweet-
/ Brnch, daplicate to work onI
w treet acra Sweeftwatoer
as, aad building of the culvert
S* uAdeW amsiewalk n north side
t t. and extended to South side
Sculvert. a fes. the wall to ow
mesa at Dr. RobWs areem-fea coo a
& area w-etwatw Branch.
r g to nothing an grade on, east
we of braeh. On the soath s d
tw Tbraselge "ad an-

ira ty. This to teehtie 1
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Et sd'rti~l~BSte il-I ydwwl
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Foraker's speecle ii
hr bave been chiefly remark
the things they have let

losthchlld has Just preeente
with 1,000 olga's. An
In ount BsMil s thinkIMng hoV
that would baee 4oe him
t election struggle.

ed miles an hour is the
an electric train attained
L run on the Now York, New
A Hartford road last week
Sis indeed wonderful.

ta proposition is that Of the
r to prohibit editors from ly-
lhy don't he include the law-
They have the editors beaten
phb and nobody blames them.-
rda Herald
are not enough newspaper
the United States to save the
devil in the anti-child labor
Imended by Senator MoCreary.

pship got the skidoo vote by
. If the bill finally passes no
ie fourteen can work in
thctories or anything of the
the newsboy who wakes
in the morning with his
must be above that age-
Is no such thing as tainted
Money is to buy the food, the
the co:iforts, and the conven-
If hun;an life. It is a medium
Pce amongst honest and
people. There are tainted
leki of them, but no tainted
Thm moment a dollar passes
haribs of an honest man,
I n the character otL the man
it- and not the one who had
m only sort of tainted money
Ihow of is the sort that taln't

lrank:1 dclares truly that
h rot always defeat. It is
IlArget success. It is well
Id 'h.. world that many of
i schemess come to
[ B the wreck of our
P *'^ ;ans come many of
iT,.... victories for h-
Our ;d.'rtandng often go
-. ''tne see to e -
%t our province to r1.
to the changed ao -
; forward toward the

":!.wually beingMW
.~a3Jlto the Beal
.'t.thas bees l
C4 .- or C o ~ 5
large knew"pl
*I'Wantsto Iinp
f arm 1labamIps
rtbakt theyal

VT outhem pboat
cdto Mau tr"e
bar.ther farnU wu
Wntions. ba t le
~ ~coatmel" la

tirehas be
is lebas

M u p a't wore a f urope0
IbeAtwB three and fou
5 ub. S ore than all of the for
-td .X *. tJlfte States grows it
^ she mieanthme. he. average 'acre oi
C ft' Jys UP a store of only 1(
Ao be laying up at least 30 cubic feet
Sla Order to furnish tae products taken
s out atlt. I 1nee 1880 more than 700,
p O,q4i000 feet of coniferous timber
i* In xees of the total coniferous stump.
age 6stlmate of the Census in 1880.
' Ttheee ar some of the, remarkabJ_
Sestatents made in Circular 97 of
i. th forest Service, which deal with
1 0 timber supply of tho United
At and reviews the stumpage *.
3i *40m made by all -the Important
V Mtprties. A study of the sireular
wat lead directly to the aeoelstoi o
Shat the rate at which forest products
d In the United States have been and
are being consumed is far too lavish,
o and that only one result can follow
Sunmlem steps are promptly taken to
* prevent waste In use and to increase
the growth rate of every acre of for-
est In the United States. This result
* Is a timber famine. This country is
a today In the same posthon with re-
- guard to forest resources as was Ger-
t many 150 years ago. During this
period of 160 years such German
States as Saxony and Prussia, par-
d tiouarly the latter, have applied a
d policy of government control and
F regulation which has immensely In-
creased the productivity of their for-
ests. The same policy will achieve
even better results in the United
States, because we have the advant.
age of all the lessons which Europe
has learned and paid for in the
coursee of a century of theory and
] practice.

Lest It might be assumed that the
rapid and gaining depletion of Ameri-
can forest resources is sufficiently ac-
counted for by the increase of popular.
tion, it is pointed out in the circular
that the increase In population since
1880 is barely more than half the in-
crease in lumber cut in the same
period. Two areas supplying timber
have already reached and passed their
maximum production-the Northeast-
ern States in 1870 and the Lake
States in 1890. Today the Southern
States, which cut yellow pine amount-
Ing to one-third the total annual lum-
ber cut of the country, are undoubted-
ly near-their maximum. The Pacific
States will soon take the ascendency.
The State of Washington within a few
years has come -to the front and now
ranks first of all individual States In
volume of cut.

At present but one-fifth of the total
forest area of the United States is
embraced in National Forests. The
remaining four-fifths have already
passed or are most likely to pass into
private hands. The average of the
trees felled for lumber this year is
not less than 150 years. In other
words, if he 1i to secure a second crop
of trees of the same sise, the lumber-
man or private forest owner must
wait, say, at least one hundred years
for the second crop to grow. As a
rule, such long-time Investments as
this waiting would involve do not com-
mend themselves to business men
who are accustomed to quick returns.
But the States and the Nation can
Iobk much farther ahead. The larger,
then, the area of National and State
control over woodlands, the greater
Is, the likelihood that the forests of
the country will be kept permanently

*100 Reward. 8100.
The readers of this paper will be

pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that selenee has
bees able so e ur io all Ise stage and
that s estarrb, Hall O Catarri Corue
I tihe ely positive eare osw known to
She medleal fraternhy. Otarrb being
[ a eaeunstI leual disease, requires a
Wt esstismtial treaset. Hall's Oa.
t M CA re Is taken atereally, setiag
Sdirestly epos the bloed sad meem
be arfeeof dhe evstnl thereby de.
9 s g the famdatsem of aihe dlsese,.
ead giving TI be peslematmkag by
Sbelidleg op the eomettlo sad e.
of stt ngsa reIsdold Jework. The
ad "opreeMs hav e so o A kith is hes
eshm-e powes th they eler *Om
9 BeasNI De9ssee f" s W esat is
un Wlende. Sme n f r me estf tsel.

SAie 7 F 1. MM Oe.. T.

vam by an Oighlak X&.

,. s to.s ^t.e! ._ I
this is the ktd e $ rtour ,
r thai the ralraohre, bmhaged b *. .. .....
" and come to t twAlt plle ne ll a
the President Oter irsat (I9 r A
f airing that t"h. W"rM rulBsge rMloa .c m w
ism. This eboi eat is W Ii ji
t simple and a&s* explained. When
t the resident St t proposed acte l over Florida: see the t a
valuation of tl. rilroa properties, Pwrle : d" for scheduled to the Jamectow X
the road w Aitat i o "h
Sds *ad It VWld -i: ; w daily trains each way with through
press the paplW e of their meul*- :ftet lepng g a "s
ties-in other w s squese out somte W g .. ra
of the water. Now the questn of sixty days and fifteen days-limit e
water in rnailrod tock s tor Uvlt
boma of the re vi t ale daily from April 19th to Novembe
watered, and iat there Is no ds t h 'yr
Others are water compa re to w :: ih excr n at Voy low rates,
they originally cot the roas, that IexCUlons at very low rates.
to say, land rurbie A 'Aik fltirther information see your nearest r
till the roads eood ,i$C -
heavier valuto 'tl :hb,
were first built. IMlt t hesmn ,
federal' valuatUo' alms not so sh
at scaling down the price at whtkh A .C BO N:.
the roads now vale them elveas ,.. or Aent, Att| e;os t Line, Jacksonvlle,
to 11 1 pal faTir vow A&4d promD- 17
t. injection of a arger and more i
unreasonable a1om1nt of W .ater
nation would be a i trly equitable I I11 1 P RTU 1 AIL ROAD.
basis, and the raiads were opposed Sohedule Eflt-i prll 20, 190l.
to I till they 40ad that the State
Legislatures were going ahead on h I s Nos 1 t
their own account Am d making valtua- MeSA SxTAtMW S ex S.a Su
tons of the rapads within their .. .., .-- -.
borders. Four l havealready AM rM PvM PiN At
eve Arrive Arrve A*v
done this, and six 30 e m prrla .. ............... A ... 4, --, -
to do so. This. mared out the rail. .....Dowt w
road managers, sa4ay are now say. * . Ma **i f
At At 6 ......... **,**.. L. n
ing that one fedl valuation will ** to .i .,._ _
nations. So they save switched to the lFtsI wrsise f0 N ajI. Ator lae e
""-be a lesser evil" 6 Snitat. vals- .o iO~eq t as pI Po oie or *asl l Osem rti
President's plan agata. And perhaps Anijl O.n/L" E
he is smiling qitltty, but it so he is ,O P PINars ooaSi Ps-seW At!e.'
not saying much. S.ouIt it.

Oldest Woman o tes sn Dies.
New Yori, Aprl S7.-Mrs. Cath-
erine Deckhi r, the oldest woman of
&taten Island, is dead at her home a
on the Richmond Terrace In her 99th
year. Mrs. Decker was born In a
little cot ape on Richmond Terrace.
a*d occupy ., it continuously until the
day of her dath.. ,

Prisoner Burned to Death.
building h(ire was destroyed by fire
Chipley, 1la., Apudl 27.--The Jail
'Thursday mo:nlag early, and one
prisoner, Henry, Berry, white, was
burned to death. The Jail was full
of prisoners, and It is believed they
tried io burn their way out, and the
fire got beyond their control.



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l^lii o fe Tillt @1 tOh
The t aisiho0 ess l 4@A a l'e
The 108at 66 t o lifngs a .ta an 010 ll
h- be f when, nIIp ho *e10 8-'
tUo lO e dr i s to as s' A shaBrp0 4 a6oft it 1F.
tlh el er11. !m. is no mJi akit; tl asu l
ans ie rip r e. And see! I 5m "the
line etWens. straightens ott like a
wire,. trembles aaseoond the l the mm
water in e ryt l drops, and t60e heV
gave I given the butt. a l dh el belluu pl
serewsns, thih and low, as the inktwn pd
jerks the lane way In long and, sple- a-
did bursts of speed. L A Lydu
SThere is always the thought that it
way -be a shaft Pr a ray or some not
M- ad wt ssemo m. uIsas desired averf ah et youhe bae taken te
*t44 Il0atalgp Il 0ph polutl t amber .qek before and its sturdy o ral
6 W^Ais tBhesbet tems a ee cousin of the. California Isand, and to e
A0tbb )I ae of fully We oo d, Lf the Is no mistake about It.
damSprsn l to your feet, with the butt
wStS "d= tl_ Pow#. of the rod firmly In the leather scket
o ,P3 1 4 ONf PaIn, it round your waist, you me what a
o a, an game Ash can do, what splendid
S1all0 .e orl n Mtoa tuength he brings into play as ne
,.sh beaIseuIsy et fl twisted races away. dragging the llne from
-0 ied, or s Lmea iuls beneath your thumb and the heavy
ay pai n or soba e brake, seemingly playing with it.
wls t os w os Ing roub Fifty, 100. 200 feet of line slip away

Blows at the rod, sweeping aro ad In Hn
_____l_____ita splendid half circle, the line cutting
the water and the fish rshizg with a
ii v.GO. Mullock Critically Il,. peculiar motion. I
ktanta, April 2.-Hon. Rufus B. Amber Jacks have been' hooked here
i1* Bullock, a native of New York state, that no man could stop. In the ian- -
.a soldier of the confederacy from the InaP of the boatman, S'they simply
capture of a United Statef arsenal on walked away with the line," then
So pGeorgla soll to the surrender of Gen. when the end came never stopped, and
o ral Robert l ee, at Appomattox, there Is seemingly no limit to the pow S e a
tare d president of thi National bank of Au- era of thi fellow.
or willo, Oh' & eor rt of t olde ie onnand The angler has a start, the thumb
i0 ." 1Win t BOi ae'gus; president of the old M alte from brake of leather stops the run, and the
W. brother of Vie h Augusta railroad a delegate from big reel begins the pitiless work, and
trllda iu s riOdp t Richmond county the state co t, while te jack races hbe is nsensibly Do a geo
f .ublc. so sw mamtb tutional convention of 1867, and gov- comn ing all the time. More than once The *so
0 Weror of Georgia from 1868 to 1811, is he realizes this and plunges down and reeetved
b ,00 worth of critally ll at his hoe n A on the water is deep enough sulks and accemoi
steM pnlat. wThe bittld- New York, about 70 miles from But- bores like a salmon and with ten times
atIued at 0,000. The Ua. Its force. But the water Is compara-
'rlred $1,00 tasuramne on Headquarterf May Change. tively shallow, and the game, an only
as md $M,000 on te swk. Blirminghsm, Ala., April 27.-It break away and dash off fifty feet, to
has beei authoritatively announced be checked again and again, But Ita l"b=
In to te alse Nal W of t here that the headquatlers of the never really surrenders, e toereallyt
,Ai l i.-At d n a thucl- Southern Cotton .assation wale be re. cousin, the California yellowtail, It iN. MK. Ga
taig of prominent Methodist moved from Atlanta to Birmingham, f swhb timtl It t In the boat. and'even o.W.
.ety heall i the Wesley Me- and 1hat President Harvie Jordan and then I have seen afish double and sed
Tabesele, o -Ivy stret, the other officials of the organulation will itset whirling out of a barrel lto ften
Mittoa Os hunudr ad. take up thtir residence here This freedom of the sea.
will have brge of the sub action will also make necessary the The angler can now me the jack as T .E
lons for eating the sew Wee- removal of the Cotton Journal, the of- It races around the boat, and the black
.i~m orw churob sad boesptal, fltal organ of the assoetation, to this boatman fingers his gaff ready to give
ad4o public. Tboh eanittM city. Plans were being made for per- it the quietus. Nearly thirty minutes
of the moat prominent bull-s mannt removal, have alljped away, and the attempts .... UNI
6 ph fit th# (lty, and the later- of the oarsman to keep the angler
itesd t the meetUng Wed- o t PvuOff stern first to the fish and the powerful Cap'
I l, afternoon Indicated that th rushes have carlried the boat out from Surl
e w t ea w nd very ery to- For omorow whateou an do to- shore where the fish has plenty of wa
Soowp1ishblng the purloee for day. If you put o being a bottle of ter. The man at the rod beins to feel Interest Paid
it wc named, the raising of Ballard's t ew Liimelt, when that that he has earned his f sh. In boxing.
,90 for building one of the paela oe to wneou ltoave any. Buy fencing or broadsword play there is n
rhglliuta atltutiona In the a bottle tedp. A thle cure for "let up," time for rest but in this duel
rheaumslasm, um, bar ,esoes pus, o-. with the amber jak it Is all one round.
rete- museel. ete. sa. rauam, aand arms and agers are stiff and
SAeient to Germsa Primet. Pratrie Q-ere, Ark, wries "I wish ace. Pressing te thumb on a leather
Sr n ofI pad for half an ou, holding a stiff
Onpeter < WilitaI's *5 wied freoaqow LiaImeat. IS pcl* amber Jack appears to have taken his
fell freo hl there duts timely eared me of heumatIste after second wind. Perhaps there Is a third
drill Wednesday afterneo,. then had failed." Sold by 1W. M. wind for amber Jack, as, suddenly.
reports were sprAd here re. bobhlwm. __when coursing along at the surface, Aberaets of T
Io coatltlen, but a telepheoe -e apparently mee the boat and goees sonty.
frmoss Pet eam s.tt there Wind Hwrts ka1 n Upn Tratin. emsy, plunging down to the mad ae-
ii.. eanus le tear Of aeueis vs. Lexinaton, Ky., April 2?.--Whil* elatm of the reel. teartug off the hardly
ita. the Chesapeake and 04e freigkt No. wor ine and eorrying despair Into the
Wemen Plan Unloen f ChIldren. 12 was running Into this eity, a wind anglers soul. .
storm struck a big tobaco bar near But this Is the begalnnng of the end,
beew York, April l t.* 1o steps the track and hurled It toward "he and, holding the red sad line firmly. FItS, AOID0
O* bun Takel wo !ng train. Wntamr Scaanou the angler dips th paid to the surface eeting

York's child labet ptebI, T M ig M ntruture struck the eleventh ear. rapIdly, and so. ever repeating the
will be carried e bp te Me* tear Ig a big hole la Its side and al- trck--tb. only remed when shes will h i -m=
tan Women's AU513AFl Ot the Wost r.llntag the trila. Tr brs satk-he regains his lost line and has
lark child labor commttIM, wo demoltshed and tric. delayed for the splendid fish aI igdta There If
nd Sue. Canal. P.e..bI.t. display of surface betew the restlleat

Wrln. April 27.-It s arD r Uen tim the reel worIks on the quar
thatthhe project eaOWhe son, 0. April -e.4dI t. *rnd as the patch t el sures
of a second it canal afdrt I -,m .G th. depeIls- twoad bluing along the neo gaffer drops his ri
olely by Bri h s pital ta t n "t"t w l i Weap quietly. skillt.1lly under the Pae
olely by British capital oatthed10i4 Mfis whr h li ts him jut w der the Mgus.
hands. has now entered t a O lS byIna MM1l6009 It 1 o Illds hi firmly o a mment wle
toteorm. of a weeslo 1- n$ to h ve eean eaed by W the e.ry aad %I C. The0. de V
ttor of a few w'ks. b ho id* their OV pressing the alL. be sdse the gallant Y
Jm" e atly the depat haotbo o 4 gter In. wre hen hb mews the b*
l eed Judgment ter elW .isa ba tsesmes e toe% aas the angler pethean swlga hts Tha
ed rastl rL o ot Wam aml.esh. hat to same distant ad4 M es fortunate fot
SInftealo ametso ood fn Mi m- stilAl at aneor. The are M
Ialeable to good b. moments of J Oa the It orf the am-
ad aeeaery to hoewIves. gew. and arety te Is not a fallure
Rea dgeds ,mst gae a t liver wheo MrbesWalAe the mat Stream and is wo" vM-
CIe's Omne Vrmlftoe the m~ea ~uwmee, wl b *M tI" .-fromt= and Stream.
e beeasa worm m4diae These wvhy yeh emteM.
asMeMhee.. Ma, i. iWr tmle este Weadeeoe o
JhL Sir OlOnSae0a, dtwi. WW _IS ows. = i 56 1tm he
a* p wgawg, Wefo W lg.j_ iesit thu P the
.b up et lh eaW e i
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pow"% so& 5w

EPink-am sVtgetable-Compound
wMh~a.7fl w LO~R~ua&! PRAY Of roote and herb..
w4 -omSlllid Ulceration, Sand au
lsease~andIs ava --j intdecba""Of Lf*. it dlso1,.
Is 04 on eBasae.Sbdues faintness, Nervousg
M. ASSka.strglem md datMS tb6Stomach. Cmireg
4GODUSI DebMiY, I"q;"=" .m and invigorste. the who),
MM. Is Isl rindy fm deiangements of the
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Scrbibbanking bualnew. buy sand @*)I oresiga maCDoms u.c Fz~rs~
onat of bie., bakers. aerporatlons.fareme, MerebazuSP. 'ir iter
ioan favorable terms. Special f~e,31SIIeSIO A&MLg oo4..IrC. (L6 V:
ble Volt U i0 %be Untetd State.


ANamu, President
aTm. Viee.President

- Florid

H. E. TAYLOR, Cashier
Lis GRAHAM. Aiet. Cashier

OF a A Tm "VXrLLmE.
ital........ ... .. .. .. .. ioo,co ( o
plus ............ .... ...... 20,000 00
on Savings Aeoounts and Oertilfeate of Deposit. All Busiu
Trtanoted Promptly.
f. E. TAYLOR Cashier

itle and full iformaulma furled iprding lIuSi laM s
Our manager h BasrIed this *saty thirty ean d
to thoroughly eoave"M$ wish o wte".

-. E. "VXO'XYIjE
a number of prwalit AmetA se d lbO W iwh nomPi
r, 1m".3e F SLo ciL
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ou Are Insured..

0Oom&iYt~hat as Roaesdble, H"avesPOlIWyCorreetly
isba Wi-th Ubormsiy o of it oImae swd&Wthe OO31P&-1

ou Are Assured
91 as serousleos arn .vvm :: im hkmg You hATS#0103
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KC. sBrtL
iBs.r4, h $ r
1100a Oh5120 AOflf

s sson and
Sras. R w*.e'

anl gettatt *t Miss Annie
od wono the eot olation
Kgeard Belacnt hea the pwlar
I L. sargeon, hosU eto ed fa
-the medical cobWtIoS it Sa.
William OGramOfNI a0 a
offering of $13 to the-.piseb
g, day school all made by his
edition of the strike remaaos
Marie Mann, the popular prin*
of High Springs hol is a pWre
a fne program for COiaiM0. e,

chus. April 26.-The trim as of
[S. J. Ellis are sorry to hear of
ilnt~, and hope she will too000
i infant child of D. P. agar n of
Springs died Thursday ands VM
at NewnaniVille Friday.
ket seems to be all the rage
the wise men of the town. The
t is begin at 6 o'clock a. m. and
ed until dark. The members of
*No-Work" Society are Dr. J. L.
d. L. Y. Smith. W. M. purlee, J.
Williams. B. N. Smith and J. M.

rur Williams and Miss Maria
er spent Sunday in LaCrosse.
. Julia Brown and friends of
SCity were shopping in town
I Mabel Burnett of LaCrosse was
plug in town Wednesday.
r. and Mrs. R. A. Turner, who
been visiting In Starke, returned
home Wednesday.
H. Harrison and daughter of Ft.
I were shopping In town Wednes-

A. Williams Is having his house
nted. which is a great improve-

i- r-w ginning plant of Pettit &
r i;s rapidly .progressing in its

* Atlanta Ellis purchased a new
from J. E. Lutch Co.
Claud Maynard made a bust-
Itrip to Gainesville Thursday.
Crixke'r and mother returned


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b e fretful?
Sgetliver resimm-

Sm LLC. f
yea 1 rs 4

for .f N.a



ily l Williams and
Viated relatives In
'ea returned Monday.
an o)4.Alachua friend,
4i*lm Saturday and Sunday.
IUWttl Pasteurs left Monday
.bom s ,ear Ocala, where she
telatives and friends.
Sglad to see Dr. J. W. Bishop
0a the streets so soon after his

'Miriam Robarts of Daytona is
a very pleasant visit to her
W. Robarts.
Wilcox and mother of Wil-
ppe a Alachua Saturday on
rw g to Qalueavlle.,
*L ta*wls of Brooker was in
t Friday. He was thinking of
% ^i beusitess here.
Oami. W. M. uBltch and wife of Santa
're wte in town shopping Thursday.
Z. 0. Lynn of Brooker was in town
*Mrs. Helen Brown of Brooker was
In town Wednesday. -
Navy Boals of LaCrosse was in town
Some of the young people of Alach-
us enjoyed themselves at the home
Of Mrs. 0. 8. Ramsey Monday evening.
Mr. Davis. who has been assistant
cashier in the bank, left Thursday
ftr Sneeds.
Melrose, April 27.-Haisrlidge lee
has returned from the Atlanta Dental
College and expects to open an of-
flee here during the summer.
Memorial Day was observed by the
raising of the townhall flag at half.-

past 5 o'clock.
Mrs. H. C. Barnett and
Hawthorn are the guests of

baby of
Mrs. M.

J. Barnett.
The first bullbats of the year were
seen Wednesday.
I. S. Corrier of Paltaka is spending
a few days in town talking photo-
* If It were not for T. A. Birt's sup-
ply, fresh vegetables would be very
slim; as it is "Pumpkin Patch" truck
farm furnishes first-class Irish po-
tatoes, string beans and cabbage.
The Steamer .Alert is still tied up
by the low water-the canals caus-
ing the merchants to haul their
freight from Orange Heights.


Will be Married Monday to Young
Lady at Pierson, Volusia County.
P. G. Ekman, foreman for Contract-
or F. H. Beeman on the sewer con-
tract. left Saturday for Pierion,
Volusla county, where on Monday he
will become a Benedict. He will take
unto himself as a wife Miss Lagetto
Hastron, a charming young lady of
that place, immediately after which
they will return to Gainesville. to
make this their home for the next
few months at least.
Mr. Ekman in a well-known and pop-
ular young man here. and his num-
erous friends will extend congratu-
lations in advance.

Letter to T. F. McBeath,
Gaines fille. Fla.

Dear Sir: We should like to set
your boys and girls at work on this
question in arithmetic and casuistry:
A farmer I1 fatting three hogs in
three small pens: they have equal
room and straw and care, and are fed
in these three ways; first hog, on a
certain proportion of milk and cooked
cornmeal; second hog. on the same.
half water, third hog. on the same,
half water and sawdust. How long
will it take, how much will they
weigh, how much will they cot, and
what'll the profit be on the three?
And a similar question in pig men-
try. That same farmer is going to
paint three barns same sioe; and be
says to three painters: "whatll you
take to paint that barn?"
First painter scratches his head a
few minutes and says: "I'l do it for
$60. .

Second painter: "$75."
Third painter: "W.."
Will they seah get a barn to laint,
or one get two or one all three, or
nobody any; and wbatll they make
on the job?
That's about how painting goes

t tawre a a war to reeks: is a
gefalo. Tthe 5lmp is ia knowlag
Ier assy ftato bur. There's a

t *SOW paint, Dever
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Contagious Blood ou be i t ost Insiificant way, nd
with less evidence of what is 1t t"s a ny other disease. The
first symptom s usually a ltt whose appearance does
not indicate that deeper down, In i blod, i treacherous and deadly
poison has .foUd its way tIo Mpt and vitiate the entire circulation,
and later toisease the body., i most loathsome and hateful symp-
toms. Uulsitone has r witnessed the terrible results of
Contagious Boo Poo, its effects can be formed.
When tbe blood has "b 'dy Inoculated with the virus the mouth
ulcerate; gliads in the 4nec Ad e. and sometimes burst, forming ulcers; t
come out; r co the body; and where the disease is allowed
main in the system it peettes deeper, un It affects the bones, causing
to decav, andg takes a complete" py of its unfor ate Victiml.
Not o" W the first one who ,tracts tl disease must suffer, but it is transmitted thro
the blood from generation to eatt, #. innocent lives are blighted and diseased by
monster poison. No other dises is' so highly contagios as blood poison; in the
trivial manner it may be contracted by innocent persons. Many have been inoculated
the virus, und suffered the disastrous
I was tr for two yea b who etructiveffects of the poison, by at
treated me with msroury tr B1 Vlood 4I la. ao ood etrucv ect the poo, byaf
results, so I gave them up and stated tO ne B. S. 8. handshake, or by using the same ta
When I comtmonad its use I was covered with sores and ware or toilet ertices, or andling the clot
eruptions, and was very weak and run-down. Today, I r t or adig the
am myself agaMi. and my skin in as olear s a bab 's. I ing of an infected person.
know it made S positive oure for me of Blood Po *a lO iin inerl nied*ines like
the very worst form, and I am making it my business to Stfo mierl medicine lke
have my iriei use it as I, did, and already two of and potash are often give to cure
them are hitvltg wonderful results nl the way of a oure. giens Blood Poison, but years of f*alum l
I am, tody. f living testimoUnal to the value of giots Blod Poison, but years of failure
s s. s. in cases f advanced Blood Poison. proven that such treatment cannot 0
434 West e HARY Bb A the trouble. These medicines can
SWest Aen. lsk or shut the disease up in the s
for awhile; as soon as they are left off the symnptoims retUrn in all their hideQusuess,.
the sufferer finds he has wasted valuable time. and, in addition, ruined his health

these harmful drugs.
S. S. S. is the antidote for Contagious Blood Pois.son -the only remedy that is able to
at the root of the disease and force out every particles of the poison, so that there are S
any sig s of.its return. It can be used and a perfect cure of the disease made In .1.
privacvof your own home. Sufferers from this disease can be their own doctors, and tkhe'
years of cuiea made by this remedy assures them that the treatment is id every respect
proper one, and that its use, together with any suggestions as to local trea
which will be furnished by our physicians free of charge, will cure the trouble
neatly and privately. S. S. S. is made entirely of purifying, healing roots, her
barks. **We offer a reward of $z,ooo for r
that it contains a particle of mineral in

the trouble, and by driving out the last traq
the poison, and making the blood pureand.str
cures the disease thoroughly and with'
S. S. S. will also remove the effects of aL y
eral treatuei t that mayha*e beeuprevioustl
CONTAINS NO MINERAL Our "Home Treatment"boo on this
to is a. complete guide for treating the "
It contains instructions for the different stages of the disease, and also advice about ti-0
treatment that will be the most helpful in effecting a cure. This book, together wtlil
special medical advice desired, will be sent free by our physicians, to all whowrite.
rmW WAT_ ...r N AMY. ATLANT,

Card of Thanks.
W. P. GOrieome of Rochelle was In
the city Saturday, and made The Sun
an agreeable call. Mr. Orisome re-
quests this paipr to exteod'his sin.
cere thanks and appreciation to
friends who were so kind during the
illness and death of his father, J. R.
W. Grilome, aseurtwa them that their
kindness will never be forgotten,

Just Besause
Your Sough' is only ln the throst sa
does not trouble on m3ow, don' thbl1h
tVit it needs so attention. When il
has not had maeh of a start is the tie
to cheek it. Ihe slightest sooghb ai0
leads to pneumonia, broebIsis l ad
eoonsmptloo. A bottle of Blagj'4
Horehoand 8jrtp will Oure $M$a
eoogb. The prioe pote it witIM reIe
of all. Sold by W. M. Johem.

Sranen Trial Progreses0,
ftatesboro, (;a., April 27.--4l th
trial here of Eira.ntu Bresnen, who is
charged with the murder of Jack S-
i s, te sAtate has closed. The lasJ
battle between J. J. Aamders and
Judge TwipO1i. for the slate, sand
Judge HItes. of Atianta, for the d4*
foaa. protl es to prove itho grWet
st contest of the kind ever held nl
tli section of the state,
Neree Loeve L e OWrlfIPSra.
Amaersea. Ga.. Aprti 3.-Tio .-*
gratis o egroes be AAerlem
aad A6s~h 6tsa trrtory t toSethera
allSort1 Say detwerao b ra
preoblsm bs t a limited aste4. o-
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mefor renlt-.
1 for85lWe$3

Sclippw at HBMWr

w's pants in all tme new ta. J.

, shoes, the latest cat, at L

We wood for ale. J. N. Bone,

j 1n.
1OUr new

line of plaid gamma.

w calling cards in latest styles
ls office.
r, sil typewriter ribbons at this
*1 for 75 cents.
ol-' ready-to-wear hats, very
k. J. Manane.
bat leases for sale at this office.
* $2 per hundred.
ow' stylish dress skirts, all lat-
olors. J. ManuSe.
-ie' Oxford ties, bus gray,
and pink. J. ManSaae.
M W. Wells ft AlaUhus was a
.e- visitor to this city Friday.
rte & Wilson latest style oeuolar
ely be had at I& JBfrkhim's.

ir Rent-Large trooD, furalshedi
furnishedd. Apply 308 &, Usoan.
f the best printed stationery at
t prices call at The Sun office.
ku A. Morton of Williston was reg-
~ed at the Brown House yester-

rC. C. E. Melton of, Micanopy
it Friday with friends in this

Wuh bread of all kinds delivered
our door in time for supper. City

:LemnOrall aspo ery

HighesLJt aiesa

Mes' fine sex, any color. J. Man-
Men's underwear, all kinds. J. Man-
Good milk cow for sale. E. A.

8" Kirchbaum's stylish clothing at
J. Manasse's.
Pay-Sholes typewriter for sale. Ap-
ply Sun offe.
A few newspaper files for sale. Ap-
ply at Sun office.
A nice line of 60 and 25 cent mens'
ties. J. Mnaase.
New stock of buggies nd wagons.
Hunter & Edwards.
Persiaan silk ahd plaid ribbon, all
colors. J. Manasse.
Kirschbaum clothing, the best and
cheapest. J. Manasse.
Only purest ingredients used in our
baking. Keystone Bakery.
Earle A Wilson latest style collars
can only be had at L. J. Burkhtm's.
House for rent, 606 S. University
street. Apply at 700 8. University.
Rev. Mr. Carpenter, a Baptist di-
vine of Dutton, was in the city Fri-
To Let-Lower floor, four rooms,
unfurnished. Mrs. Clapp, West Me-
C. D. Dennis of Dutton is spending
a day or two with his mother and sis-
ters here.
For Sale-Building occupied by
Saunders & Earle and B. M. Weston.
Apply L. L. HilL

hrr Bennett has aooepted a po- H. L. Rosenerger of Kirkwood was
ua temporarary oatlltng clerk among those who spent yesterday in
p-toCflye. Gainesville on business.
SBale-Two Clyde Lite tickets, Por Sale-Whippoorwill peas In 10-
"iorvllle to New York and retuP&. bushel lots or more, $2.75. Address
y at this office. P. O. Box 175, Gainesville. .
hr Sale-Whippoorwill peas In 10. Bert G. Dyal, a well-known young
I lots or more, $2.75. Address man of Jacksonville, was a business
i. Box 175, Gainesville. visitor to Gainesville yesterday.
Iram E. Fortner of Brooklyn was J. E. Haynesworth of the town
dcity yesterday on business with which bears his name was a business
ritlted States land office. visitor to Gainesville yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Crows of Boudoir slippers for ladies and Mis-
At Point were among those who ses, in dainty shades, Just received.
5 to Gainesville trading Friday. Don't miss seeing them. L. C. Smith.
1 -d-About 150 men and boys For Rent-Three desirable rooms
suit6. trousers, hats, ete. Get for light housekeeping, one block from
bi ht and (all at L J. Burkhlm's. square. Apply 109 N. University St.
. and Mrs. W. E. McArthur and Needed-About 150 men and boys
Wade. of Montbrook wer4 U to buy suits, trousers, hats, etc. Get
Tho favored the city with a the habit and call at L. J. Burkhim's.
T 'hur day
h. d l o, We challenge your thoughtful in.
1-ll, a merobant of Waldo, specion of our line of low shoes for
t l"' .l Ilaeines in this ty men, women, boys and girls. L. C.
Y Mr H\ll formerly owned Smith.
tt ik .ry in this city. Smith.
y. E. Stokes and son, Carl. were in
1,M f Santa Fe was Ji the the city from Campville yesterday.
a hsing c ome to attend Mr. Stokes renewing his subscription
.r. of' Memorial Day. Mr. to The Sun.
. I. mber -tf oI wall I.Mead of Fairbanks was in the
i ty yesterday. He called at The Sun
m chance when you bay office and ad hbs name placed on
"t QuaUty of Ultra the subberiptioa list
.. isi flxed by tho Pro. W. B. B el. the efficient prin-
*r and you hveO ,ft ay elpal of the Waldo High School, was
S b pro Iy the city ye., and made The
S____un an apprelated vtt.W
fended, of Mrs, Cas. W. Parham
Swill be a ep lawm that she is re-
eoveria frota a attack of fever
wheh coofaed ber to her bed for sev-
oral siy,.
Oliver J. Armer. eo newr pub-
ltse a ad edi4tr oI The Levy T mes-
Des at. Brm n was M M the city
Ii'day. He made Te m a fr

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Ladies' irt. J.
A nice ille of ladles' neckweaWs J.
Manasse. '
Suit cases, ll leather, very cheap.
J. Manasse.
A stylish lot of ladMle' fine dre
hats. J. Maa"ale.
See our stylh liMe of ladies' wb4te
shirt mialst. Mantasae.
Mrs. J. I. Medlin has returned from
a pleasant visit to Jacksonville.
Earle & WUson latest style collar*
can only be 1ad at L. J. Burkhtm'ar.
Attorney RPAt. Davis has return-
ed from a pr6teesional visit to Jack-
S. G. Phlnney and son Bric of
Rocky Point, were trading In this city
For Rent-Rooms for housekeeping.
furnished or untfrnished. Apply 905
N. University street.
For Sale--Whippoorwill peas In 10.
bushel lots or more. $2.75. Address
P. 0. Box 175, Ga'nesville.
J. W. Pattoo has returned from
Campville, where he has been Bur-
veying for the past three days. .
Needed-About 160 men and boys
to buy suits, trou ers, hats. etc. Get
the habit and call at L. J. Burkhim's.
W. P. Love.to Trenton, one of the
most succesaf tairmers of the West
End, was train In the city yester-
.day. 11
Not only bMat of ta ull strength
and the ftneat favor fi Blue Ribbon
Lemon. Tell your dealer that you
want it and none other.
A "cheap shoe" is one that is
worth as muek or more than you pay
for it. Theretore, we sell "cheap
shoes." Let as prove It to you. L. C.
Mrs. R. Sawyer and children and
Mrs. Doane o Miami, who have been
here for the ist few days as guests
of Mr. and Guy K. Carter, left
for their home yesterday.
The Presbyterian church la now
being finished up by the painter's
brush, which will add greatly to the
appearance of the exterior of the
building, whick has recently been re-
Prof. J. I{. Owens, the efficient
principal of Martha Perry Institute,
Rochelle, was In the city yesterday.
Prof. Owens' sobool eloeed Friday
evening with an toe cream supper.
after a most successful term.
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Dress Fabrics, Laces, Embroid-
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Mrs. R. Wilson

ilks, all color Id style. J. JMan-
Boys' sults-oome and see ,them. J,

Meso' Panama,* straw and felt hate
at J. Manaee's.
Ladies' fne hosiery, the best qual.
ity, at J. Mansse's.
Ladlie' fne white lawn suits, all
trimmed, at J. names's.
A. C. Robinson, a merchant of New-
berry, was transacting businqps In
thbi city Priday.
Tam H. Cato of Alechua and J. A.
Parrlsh of Hague were among those
who came to Galnesvllle trading yes.

Have your stationery printed at The
Mn ofles. First-class work promptly
delivered at reasonable prices is our
Mrs. J. H. Bevllle left yesterday
tor Ocala. where will aeod a few
days as the guest of her sister, Mr.
3, 8. Hasly.
Captain J. C. Duputad J, T. Ric .
ard, two well known elttueas of Btad,
were among thoee who favored the
county capital with a visit rlbday.
Loat-Lady's gold ope-sAesd watch,
moaogram on bac. Silk ft d,
with two gold pln as to ,
abW reward for return to sg m )e." ,
Rev. Thoe. P. Hay aod CiW- n|r
Matheaso left yesterday fte Oth,
where they will tMte 3ev. 1.g o
as aitister of the Prebltoiw
Mr. and Mrs. Robert BaSto sad
cldren of Rocky Pe pt assed
threh the city yee*rdy rm te
to LACrose, where w tb wl vlit

Captan L. W. dlm, lft yter.
day so EvTmetoW where h will as
taMish a ri ran& for do vtafston
t Mte CAoy deta.Hdet of the
GOdes1Uoe OuardO.
Whit p1 On is the tbha li whit*
Ouferd pumpO Oad.Ma1r 61 DoW't
take "May ad m aMW of rogsh Ca-
vas shoesw. wheB you ean get PopUis
at the sm"e Pire. Hyd. & Teach.
PFor ae o Pr Reet-The Celtlege
Pot Cempesy q^u ffor *ele or ft
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Beglnnlag April lis we Will Bf
our summr rasse of $4 per week-
meale-aeud N4 trading ilketsoI.
If res.elue las eesry repest I
lare elesutle faus, Insoring eom
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aloe. Oaoe looked toeoW a i
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