Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01100
 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: May 1, 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: VID01100
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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That Govenment ,Ha Asked for the
gxtradtitls In Order that O 6e Gem.
eral May Be Brought to Mexloe to
Face Certain Charges.
COt of Meaico, April 26-O a re-,
sult of the statements of Moraleb and
More, the two, amstelas of'O. 0ral
marrilas, 4l oestung Gnaersl Joee 1U
mas te e murder of oBdt*Wl- te
Mebloma government -has aker Ouat-
mala for the extradition .ot Ge,
Ua lia order that be may beboaught
here to be olrontod with he aoownu-
satloen made.
Requsaition papers haveOtbeeo made
out for Olofere Bone, commandant
of the Guatemalaa port of ban Jose,
the man who, In the confeelons and
statemeate made to the police here.
is named as the one who assisted tbh
assealst In. leaving San Jose for
Mexio, when the latter came here
wlm according to their statements,
the premeditated purpose of murder-
lag, not only General Sarillas, but

Wtat4 bt s Ittl Davis am aged lay, en eril ralvador Toledo a well.
i~, i. 4 wor, whol .me at Coral Hill, Ky.. reet- T'~ aTottion sl said to have been
t.s o Deitts tA ly had es h bed to burst from bead- takw Immedlately after a special
at eOW a eia atobh. ameeing of the members of the cab-
at e'exeuti al e The a Io a smot peullar one, a ent with preoalsdt DIM ls Thurs-
hfi et ee lou M Ss is p 1 the doeen to~ d a ad the MoeaMln government is
S t realiselt a pat-~~es TIIiSoIA afternoon Mrs. navi took now anxiously awaiting the reply from
on their veora--lt ea be a evesn headache, sad sutered all President ewrsada Cabrta, of the
The $1,90 tbt the tus t a ig t the afternoon, tgt sad I geaWrmeatof Oateml.
l has lIatt o the outatandlag at dy ayP a. The usual simple g Oenl jt1* Ia a Iabrst of dtfl*
taies repes l a value of ner- remedle filed to live relief, and "t. In the (Gutemalea army, and
00. Addlg $o00oi00o eote tme Friday. night a hole aboutt Is aid to be one of Cabrea'e tavor-
In the bIedof ;oker Denett the sole of a 8 e dlber ball appear It la the sovenment ervne,' and
,0 erd l Mrs. Dr y i forehead near t the cel tar of the reply fro peesl-
hlam become of the moey tem ale, and discovered, thi deat estrada Cabrea0 l a mattel.tor
and' Desntt raised, I us- blood bad ruW of the bed ad M'a epeelatloa I unoffial oltele
The trustee who talked fwo more thea ix feet on the Boor. la i e dlty.
'ead that while e was of the After the loss ofl c lderable blood, 'Aesordag to the statements made
1.1 that much of this bad been Mrs. Davls' bSd became asy, and by both the aissls, Morales and his
In aoeoWlatlon, he felt cure that sinoe thea she becao ay rand ha accomplice, Meor, who have tea In
ialr ha a anug sma tluckd away surfed no Inabaveleace. the CUtody of the Mexican police
ahere eslee* the naght of the marder of Gen-
r Ameries Capturem (W Contracte. ral Barrillas, It was Geera l LUm
i:.OQNORMS OP THE FUTURIt. New York, April 8.-Amerloan In- who augested to MOr that he (Mo-
it es i terests have captured a number of In- rs) fnd a man to come to Mexioo to
6 to Dine In AmrieBreak portant foreign cotfeL for electrl- wcomtt this crime aad kill General
aeS In srEPurpe NeOt Da. cal equipment lael0i4#g a plant for Toledo as well.
April M.-r. Alexander llghtlag the oar's palIme at Tur. The reaueat for exnaitton is meld
Bell, the Inventor of the tel- koolBelo. Oontvetat have also been to have been made ader the treaty
Is quoted 1t ai lattrview obtalbed within the last Nw days for ef 18f6. between Matl and Guato-
U appeared here as saying the coastractlo aad thoopeatoa of alas. whereby each itry agreed to
M W ely a que.oa of a brief a Briish muknicpal leltrac tl reion rprocaste O the auPtotltoa o m-
*i,48 the pprogre of arl system and for rails for oe*o the mon rihathIs. I ocmed oa po.
will mase It poesble tol blg t corporate trasmws em the lItoal St e are o ted. While
i a mrin oa tefd tbftta other side of the A4atl,. The the aselstl ton ed I Mrilla is apa-
illt momi In l roape, cover- carrying out of the work which ealls rally coldsired to be of a political
6 .a0el L aseas the UI laUntl fo t e sbtpment at t tiuam, et., to nature, the actual qti er is a oom-
Ia l' theat' te y-lowt r hour. BaIlad, Prrasce. Italy, Astralla and mc orn ie with BeOpoliteal slgaSl-
Dr. Bell Uld Iw *es0poted that Boknh Aanrica Uill repr eat aa oaut- case and pualshable under the penal
t rship wea ib pseto ted.apa- i lay of 5,000.00o laws of Mexico. I official olrcles
of mawsa It to JW mU as. hio er It Is considered Ilghly amprob-
lie waas ei.e o ke o* t Anoeent Umlprea Ag. ablo that Prldeat Obrera will hand
the next step I a rial %ifht Perugia, Italy, A pril W.-4 g o Owrl Uma. How he will et
l take the form at b Improv-I Victor Rmmanuel, w0a aeaa.- ot of detag this withea b erously of.
a would aike pieaIle the Iat by Pretlga Mtabter TItt~Utl sa aOt Mexlo, is a etion that is
of aerial bettliN-p. ea Jaeatioe Minlster Pava. Moary tis- oMaag much discuaW *.
Sthe opinion that Aatries wtd' aI rated an the muas alW p ptae at
Brt country to p"M t tall pthi place a expidti a o AMLaet Awalttng Imstk lone.
Umprlan art. arrnage haok al St. Petersburg, AgGti 3.- bel-
Mly ad compristag a thassad plitaes brt Watts. the Amers meOo l gen-
A Aoxthfr MLwllo m., ad thousands of eter e hee, bsW to only ao&fg the rival
fAtta. Apr11 30.-Sad n Afg the meot uornWme tOo f B ste d t
h Lapy p e couple, Mg..___, i p befsrt de, rt m t his mew pot
Sros L ere the pontifihal W W W at b t thga bla new V"
m, aged 13. and Mr. Pe S Wed to Pope BeMid xE 4 at Blruamol. when be wiUU su
Saged year., attoee 0hs 3L 1e, whlMh were bead bltied h the late G orge W. R osevelt, as
er. After church w over, Sa* I e th the hIstorte eb % Baa eos latal general. N.im Oibauh-s
of return the y to ga he. es, eItht tar o the
parents. Mr. West persuaded her __- .American emtbaseU l orlna and re.
his wi e, so a rrlator we 1 AgimI eay appolated teM sectary af
and the t arrige thok plase. US AT U-d fb th ts embassyh h enul
hbrher of the outful brie, JLnar trtl l.-stloB tnhe laat- y t WiWto acceptaod
of' the ru way marriage, I < r tat VW -1.
to he police department toh s ~s the I a similar post at VIs el.
i. and request that tohe Is8 be V W.
arNad. but b c obtado me Peart aof te nM t1e Prem ss Jeaph assewme a Vikwem.
c r d but ltp k V' SImi *ate, Ih Pra*. AprM N.-*nperor ram
-. -- --- rt 6 b av ON b 4W e s 41. Ai.Jaos left Praspi j, Vien-aa oi,
Will Be as SaeMepue. gtre h l $ ht s Ithe ta' es ,ay, atr a l ataldkt'a stay a the
N.-Aa artlle call- Sabo l w eapltal. H asai.en rsig
SasT hek hitortcan fact MMNo Tril f b. aumed ist d pter- by byamd reeaati
4at t cbiWd( of A.lo. Stiprigads S. W A N .- e V flerwpt to the geWves0 of to e
Shas awaysl utal o( oawleag4 "dM M- 11 pm .e. esuly eft Uag tr m-.
Ia w a a ier whe.W, he DAbe

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Tie murder ity iOsftV prthi at.
the new Alaetts $ U* shop.,
-ere,. _-ndey" 7. .
The body fe ideA4 AUma ws dsa-
cOtVered by W ao 4tl oas, w401 b
went to hte hops to orry him MU
t htim. The boy thought ble
was asleep, and tbat 1 k1WOi't
awake him. -.
Mrs. Grantham then: sit;to the
shops, and found that her -abkand
w dead, a ballet having *ternd 1s
,bmu.t near the heart. The body
about 70 feet from the buildimngl t
^ I OGranthsa's platol was f~e"d,
h one chamber empty. 'the dead
man was watchman at the sbeloe.
It was at first thought thr a' o-
Cidentally killed himself, I a ter
the body was'examined by phy&telaisa
and the coroner's jury, It was d-
olded that from the course of.the bul-
let, that It would 'have been almost
Imposlble for him tb have aIdentaldJ-
ly shot himself, so the Jury returned
a verdict to the, effect that Grantham
came to h1i death at the hands of
parties unkndwrt.


Duties of Famous Pinanciler Will so
Taken Up by Son.
New York, April',380.-It is authori-
tatively stated thai John PlerpOet
Morgan, fainous financier, Intends to
retire from active business. His du-
ties will be assumed by his son. Mr:
Morgan celebrated the seventleth Ian-
niversity of his birth on April 17. He
was born In Hartford, Conm., In 187.
He tradated from the aisllab Hist
School at Boston and afterwards stud-
1"e at the Univerasity of Gettlngen,
For many years Mr. Morgan has
been a leading fAgure la the fiancia
affairs of the United States aad ol
the world, He Is at present travel-
lug n Burtbpe. For years he hai
been a great art collector.


Immigrants Cannot Land In Amerloa
Unless They Give Up Weppens.
New York, April 80.--Nearly 4,000(
immigrants on the Citta dl Mitano and
Nord Amerlka, of the Italian line.
Just la from Naples, and Geaoa, go&
a teals of the laws of the country
when agents of the liHe appear oa
the bridge of eaek vessel and about-
e4 that all weapoee aad kalves mamt
be thrown away or left with the o4!
Seers of the ship before the lsm-.
grata would be allowed to land.
There was an lastaateoons shower
of sttlettoes, ugly looklag, lonu
halve. aad revolvers of modern and
ancient makes. When the Imm=lrante
laud on Biia Island, It is believed
that they will be the most harlesse
kot of Imulgraatas reed In maay a
daj. _

MeAu*erw mus Meet K rel"O.
ettl, WeI .. April .--4u-
toMt Oeeral AAbrt nmkla oaf-
Mer of the Unated States army. aeR
eompaeled by staf demr arrived
here @sofay fl -aa Preaats.
Oeserl Mme'tbtr Is here to meet
Geral Kamoli, whe wh l aw v May
1. The akrIng gt al it ts Lpr
meal rep enave of Pe
ov.t, and wil m y em-
mral .tEai Mel the e -tnt m
Jasmo. wer* ohe lin be theo aa.
tlo's gaet.

WsMd of MOa Park at Hmem Ai
New Tork, April M .--'as A.
itsm is-bak aet "M oei

ISTMvesr will bereafter &eleto a
tite to the "rejy elyt let h--e I
*eletrwes work. Vr. mlss Tgo
Sands stusie u" I"sa-
amsh trovd i ht

saw Pr AlI A .
Almaat. ApMril to.-fHs i




Many Persons Mi.sing; Belie
to Be Drowned.


They Were Encamped on the t
lend8 Near the River and Had
Uttle Time to Escape-Cana
RIveOP aid To Be Bank Full,
Oklahoma City, Okla., A: 31
A el4dburst over Capitol Hi::, a i
Wrb of this city, just sitb Qf
OCadlan rivnr, Sunday tug-t fi
Md thrt place.
, even persons are nm!ss:ng, ani
believed to have been d:uo'uf.d
Many of the inhabitant, ca:;:,
the lowlands, near the river, and
were caught unawares, a:i ;:aI
little time to make their ea;.
The river is bank fii:l, a, ';t
be some time before it can: b
termined if any lives were los.
There was another heavy rinfan
Monday, which caused the r:;e
rlse higher, endangering pru;)te-
the lowlands.
Three thousand peopip live ;n t
Itol Hill, which lies s.)'"1> of
North Canadian riv'r, opli) st.- 0
boma City. The hill is dri.,-d
a small stream called ll1htnin: Cr
whioh enters the river jt ,. ')* 'ow
lahoma City. The wa c*-r cai it
this reek and oovereJ the l5w:
Ji such volume as to force ou' pe
living In tents, shanties and el
house on the low ground.
Oklahoma City Itself was not
GaraMred .____n

lf ight Men Lose Their Lives at 9I
more, Md.
Baltimore, Md., April 3).-WI
roar that terrified thousanbii, ua
rush that drove a wave 6 tef': ,ll
distant parts of the harbor of Bi
more, nearly half of the new ;.;er
der onstructlon at Locus'* P:r.t
urday broke away from the 4:1,re
plunged Into the water.
Out cO the wreckage tr'.rep
bodies hvre been taken, flo ,nm
missing and their odlies are a&:
Sertalaly beneath the riuins Ei&
eea men are suffering from i n
more or less severe.
Dead and missing:
Howard L. Blender, civl: engv .
t years of age.
Robert Sweetman, carper'er,
years old.
Aatone Woelfiell, elevate i:.
tor, 51 years old.
The missing, believed to 5' o
Jacob Wildenburger, la',"r
Harry Ward. elevator wort'
W. W. Vaughn, negro w
J. 8, Meattomery, negro
Buddy Johas negro whi **
TIl anw pier was being t.,'i
the BaltlMore Bridge conmpi
the MLe Contracting con;mp
the Balti e sad Ohio railhr'-.
wM bave beea ed by t' '
Sof the Johaeoa line

0MI Mend Ppays Tribute.
NewT Ytrk. April 30. L":'"
stoed WI l r' bfaa hour *j0d&
tomeeoo as a a rk of respect t
ate mWer Duady, one of I !1
e of Lnas Park .and a;
of bt e lag of the new ( "
NlpiV the str of :. ohC
SNbuIo gf *s gupadod T- e
d eI pd atmd there rtau.''

tsom a 6@but wbeg
eme1 ac asems, they Joed I
6n bow *to e e -


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There Is solutoly Abthing

THE 01+Y 0UMPit..

* Or"niesM 8 *to1 ees Not
Sike Ch pot Alitwnealt.
t to a call of the president,
Council met io special sese.
Monday Tat eroo, at which
pree.t President Brocm, and
Bunch, Cannon, Mis0a, VI-
Wittaoek and Webster.
orman Webster offered the fol.
Oft# resolution, which passed the
ioll by unanimous vote, and was
whereass, it Is the Judgment of the
SCounell of the city of Gaines-
that It would be unwise and con.
'L to the wishes of the people of
Ivili for the ldgsl ature to
ilto law the amendment to the
hartert of the city of Gainesville,
by the tate Senate, beasng
te Bill No. 274. and
fV hereas, The charter granted to
nekspality by the Legislature
!1| gave to said city local self.
mea t ab d made ample prowl-
for all needed or desired amend-
eat to said charter by a vote ofr
ke people, therefore. be it
,I)lve4. That this Council do




~bol.r-Iqr. lot I




be-*. Xub*7

..W u I

hereby Aoamend to our representa-
tives i Leg1islature to defeat aid
ropo e4 1#ill in the House of Rep-
resentatives; and should said repreo
sentativs a l to defeat the same, that
the Goveror be earnestly requested
to to aid act."
After which the Council adjourned.


Relire Royal, Who Killed Lee James,
Said It Was Accidental.
Pleading that the tragedy which
caused the death of Lee James, the
fburtece.year-old son of Richmond
James, colored, at Grove Park, a few
weeks ago. Rollie Royal. a negro
woman who held the sun that killed
hims besged the mercy of Justice Col-
man's court Manday.
The woman does not deny killing
the boy. but states that when the lad
came into her back yard she was tam-
pering with the gun, when It was ac-
cidentally discharged, the entire con-
tents taking effect in the boy's breast
and head. resulting in instant death.
Owing to the fact that the coroner's
jury who Investigated the affair at
the time of the tragedy returned a
verdict to the effect that the killing
was an accident, and that several
witnesses of reputable characters had
testified before him In this case. Jus-
tioe Colman was lenient with the
prisoner, offering to release her under
a ball of $250 for her appearance at
the coming term of the Circuit Court.
The woman has not yet been enab-
led to secure bond, and I still in Jail.
Th6 story of the killing of this boy
appeared In The Sun shortly after the

Stop Grumbline.
If you suffer from Rheumatism or
pains, for ilallard's Snow LUniment
will bring quick relief. It is a sure
cure for Sprains, Rheumatism. Con-
tracted Muscle' and all pains-and
within the reach of all. Prif 2F,'.
M0c. $1.00. C. R. Smith, Tenaha. Tex..
writwi: "1 have used Dallard's Snow
Linument lit my family for years and
have found it a One remedy for all
pain and aches. I recommend It for
prins In the chest." Sold by W. M..
Myetsrious Disease In Mexico.
PMso. Tex.. AprilO30.- A mys-
fterous disvas- iMoh ibaIlesm nledial
skill Is reported to be spreadins
aJiong the lahabiutanUs of aome of the
miningat caps in Duranso. Mexico.
It Is said a large number of cases
have proven fatal.

Angiversary at pi *er .
SPhaerald. Oe.. April .--TbM
Odd d ilows of his city observed the
S Mth eaIYwrsary of the fonading of
the ordwr In America Friday alght.
by a fee program the empire bJ
.4 fhratehata the miuae.
as F Loen SA IU.SS.
evtoeegort. o0e.. Aplet N.-A
M a e Os e Modeay deerewd the T dt &
4e0 POWer SieSe I P aOthW
S8 L m aG a Ms -
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let yoiumeftbe .w&Iho lssiAhe
Whyasfern S!'bend'
and bot~i~Iju
the great liver rumr

bmN Tozes. I have


3m anbm owni
W. IL.MUM Odamb

we wtho "lbtK

(lit bnt ftk*a" thatent

'^ J~i'mihn f 7him in Sap 'amy

wer+ uSorder
r lmmtr b~t nd to un _e (+ "
p talR o~gh"l4'iit ar tAk"
a chair at thbonse of fthe
Ia in Bar

the tobl ean. t he ht
ses. Sden nde'otmd upf a a4ne ot
of bend relnquikadh the tlode t h t
maior, which dkene of W ,id Onist.
'Jimmh Sampson red ampee Owry

James endavored to ornd him oat.
Sasmpao unfortunately did not poe-
sbew that powerful strength whioh his
natnesake of ancient thn~ poesemed
throtlgh tlb hair, hence got the worst
of tad 4tinhulty. They were both
arrest nd amrra ed for e him out

when a sentence of $2.60 and costs
was posed on each.

If You Don't
Sueeed the first time use Herbine
and you wil get Instant relief. The
gmetest liver regulator. A positive
cure for Constlpation, Dyspepsia, Ma-
laria, Chills and all liver complaints.
Mr. C-. of Emory, Texas, writes:
"My wife has been using Herbne for
herself and children for Ave years.
It is a sure cure for constipation and
malaria fever, which is substantiated
by what it has done for my family."
Sold by W. M. Johnson,
To All Whom It May Concern:
Take notice that I shall apply to
the pardoning board of the State of
Florida, at Tallahassee, Florida, on
or after the llth day of May, 1907,
to ask for a remission of the fine am-
posed on me at the fall term of the
tircuit Court. Alachua county, Flori-
da, on November 24, 1906, in the
charge of aggravated assault.
April 30, 1907.
I Body of Lindley Recovered.
Wiltmington. N. C., April 30.-The
body of W. C. Lindley, of Powder
Springs. Ga., was recovered Sunday.
He was drowned at sea on April 12th.
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4, your fuel expnse
cooler, if you use a


1 Cook-Stove
VOtoge-the nev oil stove.
pi$cular Lighted in.
ottst flame produced by
rth one, two, and three
re warranted. Write our
r if not your dealer's.
*ats 0

41 A V Pis the best lamp
for all-rouni
'. +.:b o o kOI use. Made of bran
tt i bmatifully inickeled. Perfectly con.
.8100UIw a1 g sait aat; uaexcelled in light-giving
r gB eraiUsmet t amy room. Every lamp war-
matedl *If Set at yer dealer's, write to our nearest



leiilers and Jobbers n

Staple and Fancy Groci
Irlno, arst' SW and l Fedtlllzers.



Highs market priea paid for Okkken. Egs and other PrudAu

A Oomple stoshk of Hay. Oom, Oa Flour, Bran, Meal, Cotton .'ekd
sad 9b4. We handle oa the VRT BST goods as she LOW.
BT PRTOC* ..~a ga teae satiofston alwa,,.



Jacksonville and New York,
alling at ORALSTON, C0., both ways.
kst FJI- lsm*ili tl toe Cmutvir Service
Olyde New England and Southern Li
Freigbt Serve Bewe JAOKSONVILLE, BOSTON sud
PROVIDi and All trn Points.
I Oatllg at C(harleston both ways.
Northbood....... ...... .... mom Foot of Oasherine st., Jack,*

Cive St. Johns R er Line
Between JAQOeSONVIL.m and SANroI~L
Stopping at Palaikl, Aseor, Bers)aord (DeLaad),nd InterCmed' It
en S. Jon B ier.
Is appointed to all as follows: Leave JekSomvlleJ Soadays. 1 t ,'
Thurkdays, :80 p. n.. Rturniag. lave Saferd, Mondsy
Wedneodary and Frdspe, 9:0 a. m.

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0. H. Ta.Toa, P. T. N., C. C. Baows, O. P. A.
mh BoSdwo, New TYerk.
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Jaekmawvllle. Fla. I ar, im .
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Ja~sw mU, 1a. Pier i M. a New York.
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WsidIN9 tho APOI~
yea5 fr


rtant I

Setatives TOW
t resolution
Carter of AI at U ~
Lt committee wM
the action of the
Ftternal ImprOvUt t
kloy an attorney. Mr 1
Sto favor of the resoltth "y*
B.majority of this oma0 6t
it necessary to Meplot *a *
wd that they hoped to keep
se within $1,500 or probably
In spite of this, hoWevTW, the
Eoted down the reauo, 81
Mr. MacWlllams of ft Johns
Shis vote to aye -in4 to
S reconsideration in tie fIort

ie was little of Interest n the
Beyond a resolution requesting
1yernor to furnish the body a
all clerks and attached of the
together with their duties
r and the introduction of
lew bills, among which were
wing: 1
Mr. West of the First-R@tulat-
s expenditure of money in prl-
wlections and requiring publi-
of same.
)Jr. Baker of the Twelfth-AP-
hting $1.500 for expenses of
|i mandamus proceedings
l the Atlantic Coast Lioe Rall-

Kr. West of the First-For bet-
fidance at teachers' summer
k schools.
Mr. Adams of the Thirtieth-
1 to road duty.
Ore number of bills were ad-
0 to third reading.
ml were submitted for others
I nature.
Me bill No. 164 by Mr.,Masey-
*fiorf law relating to ware'
rfepits, was killed by Inde&l-
Ptpontment and the following
pased under waiver of rules:
Mr. Crill-Authorislng transfer
he and forfeiture funds and
senty funds of surplus arising
rNvict hire.
Mair' bill relating to prisoners,
was also a special order, was
I probable that there will be a
I Thursday night before the
I nd Senate committees on
* ad taxation on the Tap
hir ap;?roprlation bill.

Bou, was called to order at
Sa Sipaker Matthews. At.
I "y Rev. J. B. Prultt am
I'a! of the journal, the f lt
I b 'nirs was dispoeed of:
1! # r11s('irIng the Govenlor's
lndatios rf-lative to the A lr1
a'I i'liu.trial school, frMw
- ICluIb of JacUkluovtlle,
1r1i -I r.-ad upon the jornaL.
Ap p 'ropriatlon of $1,.
l m the convit M W

t t!" by Mr PaWl of
S*:, Charles E. Brews-
S Wallace he anvited
a.-.. ,ture at 4 oWeloek
:i game qugtkim;

IF'K:,.; Citrus. relating
': ,,tistry without eart

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~.steve y ousekotperis
IWNW efrigerator
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Citing certain exhibitions on Sunday.
By Mr. Kilgore of Sumter, relating
to claims against railroad companies.
By Mr. McClellan of Suwannee-
Sale or giving intoxicants to minors.
Senate bill No. 293. providing new
charter of city of Alachua, passed
undbr suspension of rules on motion
of Mr. Doke of Alachua.
Bills On Third Reading.
By Mr. Massey-Fixing the regular
term of the circuit court of the sev-
enth Judicial circuit; passed, yeas 55,
nays 0.
By Mr. Harvell of Santa Rosa-Mak-
ing an appropriation of $2,500 an-
nually for two years to secure a bet-
ter attendance upon teachers' sum-
mer schools. Amenaments adopted.
One of these excludes from the bene-
fits of the appropriation teachers liv-
ing in counties where normals are
located. After considerable discus-
sion on the bill, same was passed by
a vote of 37 yeas, 12 nays.
The House adjourned until Tues-
day morning.

Many of thqse who at this season
of the year experience a feeling of
lassitude attribute It to the fact that
It is spring, whereas the season itself
is by no means the cause of the sen-
sation. This, more often than not,
say physicians, is due to the fact that
the human system reaches a point in
the spring season when a thorough
cleaningg up" Is needed. The machin-
erp of the body needs going over once
In a while. Just as does that of a fac-
tory. Neglected, the bodily functions
become deranged, and one of the
most common manifestations of this
I constipation. This. specially In its
chrooic form, means that certain mus-
Clek of the body are not in condition
to do their work properly, having be-
some weak and Inelastic. To over-
come this condition is to cure con-
stipatlo-not simply give relief to
thOe sferer-and for this purpose
medJsal m of experience are using
with great snocess a, combination of
SOB. lUid Extract of BSenna. %
oL. Roobelle Balts. 1 os. Aro-Sagrada.
80 XgrWs Bl4Carbonate of' Soda. ,
o. water and 1% oss. Glycerine. Of
this a teaspoonful is administered at
bedtime and b6tore each meal. and
this is contiead until there Is free
movement of the bowels. Any good
phaumacist can put up the prepara-

Night Force Go on Strike.
Ccuinast, 0., April 29.--T
might forse at the champlo ooated
paper works.W n ta saumber, weoa
as a strillk Frtay m t. 'The ms
StUht-hr shifts. The plat hae
a ru 4O tw s-ifts,.the day asm
sOit"g 11 hbI m sad the naght boad
W Wmft . nerly I." *MM
Modem a -" ine e.

.t assured te ,-it
,e hotels t.he "It
lord furn ihu 4,tP ream
and the u e i 6 .of bt
and light, ft a, l.p at t
mental servi 4eeps at 1n:.4 a 't^
will reppol'.1 to ttim summit.
but at 1 0 pe n ol" tiMes tav
ters wert ,att 11 ther own
ants to wait The
custom e hee t l t. To toh .
ele'r no loiwe with bla a & t.
Inue of serv' i hse can btre
temporarily t fthe laadloed. Th ,
custowitry fee l1 a 'tie py4e t.. TO
avoid Itsit Is o e to e theWv-
ant., wh11o ,10 so they can get. I -ea*
en knows. A. et beWnmald at the b*t
hotels revt'lve wages only about $t
a mouth. T lpptk~erranta In Ame
is a regrettaibl, 10 tilon of the BuW
pean custom wttft ~ resting on t e
reaso::able ina t the foreign I stltl-
tUous.-Travel M4un.

Told e, He Was.
The gKnie watrde of Colorado was
walking ont to the mountains on one
occasion wiLeon be set a hunter with
his gun. The cIal1 suggested thst
that ought to b a good country for'
hunting. "it certainly Is," said tbhe
hunter proudly, ,1 killed one of the
finest bucks. yesterday I ever saw, and
he weighed over rwo hundred." It was
the season when 4der may not be shot
without subjeethug the hunter to a
heavy fine. "W-U. that in a fine one,"
said the warde, "and do you know
who you are talkftg to Being amur.
ed that lie dli d t,. the oeclal saidL
"Why, I am the ebet game warden of
Colorado." The ater wps only taken
aback for i tmojient, when be asked,
"And do you ka wh h you are talk-
tug to?" TtIe warden didn't know.
"Well, sir," sid the hunter, appar-
ently much rollWove "you7 are talking
to the bhlggest liar In the whole state
of Colorndo."-Kansas City Star.

Do You Love

your baby? You wonder why he crbes.
Buy a bottle of White's Cream Vermi-
fuge and he wit sever cry. Most
babies have woras, and the mothers
don't know it. White's Cream VermI-
fuge rids the chill of worms and cleans
out its system It a pleasant way,
Every mother should keep a bottle
of this medicine la the house. With
it, fear need Oer nater her mind.
Price 25c. Sold by W. M. Johnson,

S Oa Dust
Some years ago one of the Inspectors
of mine conducted a number of ex-
periments on the explosive power of
coal dust. A disused shaft 150 feet
was chosen for the purpose Samples
of dlust from difformt collieries were
collected for the purpose. When two
hundredweight of dust was emptied
down a shaft and a charge of gun-
powder pred, the result was startling.
Huge tongues of flame sixty feet in
height shot Up from the mouth of the
shaft, and* enomnous columns of smoke
rose high In the air. forming a great
black pall ove the soeite of the ex-
plosion. On the other bated, when high
explosives wee used no effect at all
was produced on the dust. Coal is the
earboutmd rseains of tree monesM,
Oddly enough,. these mose were the
big forfatbes of the mess we know
as Iyoopodll which to a powdered
state is UesNa produce 0ash siga11s
This wio Ipto give *a Idea of the
bise gbre amags
lae y ImU5mmable sattoe Of earnS

Sore Nipples.
Any mother fbo has had experience
with this dit.ressing ailment will be
pleased to hkw that a core may be
effected by applying Chamberima's
Salve as "o an the ehild is d ma
nursing. W it off wth a oft oth
before altow1 the babe to nurse.
Many UsaI nurses use this aive
with bet rmlts. For sale by AR
'Publlsbers Ie'Iton1i spoilling a gaat
many moaunwril|t-. don't tbey?" si
the litmrO7y ysu.. woman.
"UCdoubtedly." answered the beeook-
seller. "A lot of 'em look a hesp bet
ter typewrlttes ant tiod up with a fib.
ban than they d) In print."-WAdsig
ton star.
AN That Seved Him.
TYea sir, We was obliged to goI the
make es ly, so be took a aWsNe of
Georgit om alnmu with bmt?"
"And bew dM be make Oet?
"*piamlt Got so fun aId wtnl"d
so the mate m led b sti r1y t
ty ste a blipfr-Ataab 0Om

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i1ihtmg P roof that I,

stable Oomp
a f the triumphs of
Taft-' ILKakm Vgetable CoWn-
sa4 o the esaquerlag of woman's
ow tOf a tumor Is so in-
t at tro y ito resenee
assaujttednuntu It Is well

Shve mysterious paint 11
oMe la4atloas of nfammatod
tas, eure a bottle of
am's Vegetable Come
.igA o. n native root sd
S and begin ito M.u
_slMbl *i womaa aK its
S1iait actually do"

dMv msMW tr, of 86M W. Colft
Aert B oad4 Ind., writes s

** y H M t pleMsure i writ.
ait. ypeo what Lydlas
,tkm'siW aI Compound hm
4.l, also took the Bleeod
s' tWimate doses with the
lewestmedicne removed a

S had sid that
idMels. A ma

as1 well woms
keg aslo MI a

"Owlr, ay W swollen aad
reW fo ft replied mWlI

M. Pry Ogn, o w M Mat,

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Dear Mrs.P lkhaS
"1'was told by *
had a fbrold tmWo
)ave tobeopea7
you for advice, whi h
flly and took I$ia
Vegetable Compoua4.
cured of the tumor but
troubles and can do all
after eigh years of
Mra. J Barber, of
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:.-
"Sometime ago I wrote
advice about a tumor which th
thought would have to be i
Instead I took Lydia B. PlakI
Vegetable Compound and to-day
well woman."

MWr. M. M. Funk. Vaad&rgt,

Dear Mrs. Plnkham:- :
"I had a tumor and Lydiaf P.
ham's Veotable Compound
It for me after two dootors had
e op. Iwasslok four years
began to take the Compound. I
rooosmend LydiaB. Plnkham'sV g
able Compound far and near.'

8Snoh testimony as above is
viaftag evidence that -&Lydia
ham' Vegtable Compound
wutot a peeras a remedy toet
Gowts as well as other dsten
Ills of women, and soh aymtom
Bearing-down seBaatlonuDhmli
Ment. MIrr ltlre mad s i
0t&. Women should remember tha
Is Lydia B. Plouham's Vegetable
pod that Is aring so many Wa
Dol't forgt to IMnsist npon It
some droggist asks yo t
a*methn elWM which he

Pa. roms' m4Is hMade vto

of fealweakes weImis

f*&vw.es.he Is the hiv$ Ptsklp
wb been avsin lbwA

han In 64YiSIS, Thbus I b*IOIc~
WWI tsU*% o Wbdhik

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..Cars. to ths,LaFt figures.
No most T.*4 April 80.-The Nev York, April Si-How t O
.Mo.-tgomery b- tost Is th nsh of immisrsl
S- 000 for the ar- t.i Sort this spring is t bow
K r t 0 a 9 ,o p place a duna- Itoni WhI. we ikes Its -u
St bWks of thee Mont- e M at the arrival
Qeps ay Saturday ,il total mor tMi 140,000.
tw cS. s arI... M Tiere rei waitanU l t0e
A t1 el 1 oing 4o4 te -S womeu and ts oR
br V6! ,- -010 -mI thek th e ~y._. ii Whe-n th'
bomb Me state. eat-

club l d o ered the zi -l boay.t been o 1M i b
tonal tf 1,000, without re- teies of bl h wage sdgeL
trlccito as O eavettlo of the ibVlty g prity that have been sent t
per.e. ..,. m -ot tMher cunUtry by relatives and
t $3,02( for A pre of miscrean wo .,,ends.
have boe ibitng the 5~or cars. ""-sdes, the new Immigr o
Swill go lnto effect bn July 1
KAV noe, i$ RAGE. aske t harder for laborers to
S...e country, so there Ios a r.st
M0 t fer Owvrnor In before the new barriers Ar
$temphis 0.*45 St Against thela.
*w. M, tKav a sauveof Ken-
A taok, aod m tme. predept Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
Sthe ttheru L a member o Diarrhoea Remedy,.
Sthe national board arbitration aat There s probably no me
L. A -- _ _ a

S' prset leader o'f 1t UoutlSrn am-
.. all association, has autborised Ran-
h1setle PFareiwll N*ven. vounoement of his candidacy for the
'.. 0., April M.- 1 gubernatral contest In ArkamaS. I
o pow t Chiae,, a -ih r. It thought that J dgp Kavanabhm
arudlt frae Yo TokobhufM. Is practically ars of the democratic
'j6t Owsal atoUn KU- omitation at primarta to, be held
ih party of ropresetautive nat month, la as muoh as preat
A, a 8 eSo1ra, dlspatohew by Governor Little hb announced that
SaM Jametown epQoMlt he will not be a eadldate for a see-
an sathbualaste farewell at ad term. Arkaasse has elected
i when they started, The demoerat e governor for many years
ikft1 i due Wedneday at Seat. past by overwhelatng majorltles.
i& gi party will proceed east
h _Relief from RheuWatie Pala.
pShipt rew' Perieh. "I sufered- with rheumatism for,
, Jiuro, Aufl 30.- *ews over two years," say Mr. Rolland
Sher4 that the BrUush tea-m Curry, a. of Key West,
1 *am, terW I ianae, Pla. 6"1Wt tetd I my
ir n by "r delag her mee a"d eo me A*o I beam hardlyI
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A Positive Cum Por

C. H. Runyo', Stan.
Mo. vrites: I have
bow Liniment and can't
1h for It, for Rhou-
d all pas. It ls
uWeful mediolne to
the house."
iWaW, us oc. $1.00
ih tUBmwtCvi


sB my testM ad hands so I was TMincla-
fated for duty. One sght when I
se I la evqr palb ad lame tre it
my wtfe west to the drug are he e
and came beak with a bttl Ot Chainm.-
bar 's Pale Bafl I ws rubbed
wtt lt and toud the pal ba4 nearly
gone during the naiht. I kept on
muing It fora little more tha two
weeks and found that it drove the
rheumatism away. I have not had
any trouble from that disease ftr over
three months." For sale by an dru-g
.... .. ." -. ?.f..
Wine Weighty Hu band.
Waycross. Ga.. April 30.-W. T.
Briaon., who weight U6 posBd. and
Is claimed to be the largest member
of the order of lkst In the world.
was Sunday married to Miss LAioe
Alen,* of Sophoton O Ga., a daughter
of W. 0. Allen, at that plaos. The
wedding occurred at the' Methodrt
parsonage. lrne to l a wealthy ttr-
peatine operator and I a wlower of
eoAt a year. Mis Allea. It l Said.
wtMigh oaly 10 pounds.

Peap- w ywer* tawe r a.sM h
tett gc to the in4d 0" of
Oba.-: :b Comogh Remedy. Mrs.
3weV PWI ofV ardsar. Wd.,
write: "Itwi Wto a yo tt I can
rAnml thambertiteift Ooe
Romer. My l W^ S aAr
who Is twe Mfs M. hei bous takhaS
ts -remey whemAs has
aa a W iso we a msM hs
61W. Abat a math a I einWr34

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, and
r put



is rueM upon with aore impialt con-
Adnoe than CO&mberlal)'s Collo,
Cholera and Diarrho Renledy. Dur.
n the third of a oentury-ta which
It r ta In ~s, peopteh? f
Od that It is. thote NMhela t
aever fbls. Whb aa c4 V1
water sad *waa t ti pitkl-
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Sitd Dog ftr. xp on. -
St. Petersburg, April S-Through
the agency of the Ameaiean oonsul
geertl* Major t1 6 traina of so
gl6rla sled do b a io cqtred
thi WUarUn-Chloago Recorm*HR-
al zpedliuos.

Me4 Woen wJSm imsam Aens st It.
Many women wee &a wea and tfu
to be Somftrted beeaae their once ma-
nflcet trm ehav bBae e01 thin amd
fda" Many men ine .u to profanity
beUmse the flN bit throth the thin
thatch on their crealum& It will be Sood
ews to the mIsrable of both sRes. to
Ilm that Nwbmo's ) ornd has bef
pWIeS upon the mart. Is T thq ne
smap germlcide and amnteptic that acts
by oetroying the eOrm Wr mcrobe that
. th u do"lyin CaUe of al ajirh d&-
.truttlem. Herpldde s a sew mpara.
tn. made after a Dew Jhmulaa on an
untirey new prliple Alafme who ha&
tried It Wmi1 to tiy to 0 wonh. Try
It yoOrMlf and be coiytmo 0 Sold by
Isedtu dnuggists. Sead 2o. In stamps
sS maple to The eipl Co.. Deo
trelt. Mieb.

IS.$ obdloud tOs.SOal A ae

Mashe osteay I SO (
anowh ~IS

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2sk th,.carrled In ttock for 1rimned
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Lu. GRANAK, Aos.. Cashier



Capital........ .,:..............$100,000 0o
surplus ......,.....,........... 20,000 00
afre aid on SFvings Aeoouts sad m ertIleso e of Deposit. All Busine
ZTALTraa Proply.
1. 3. TAYLOR Cashier


E. E. VOYlae MGR.
hbeirrtel of Title md bill In ;a~s~mbaIIaading lamas is aIt
.0o0mty. Oafusaager has lI,.14*stdil 1IS esm ty yean and
a sthorghea" eman I$ No MW ttle$.

sesasuumeatnga w -&-*aU m SII. lfth owpiale.
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LbflkUIs We.gPatent ChIse
Workx Abd Ilmprove~ o~
OGstsv CMUraEnk oinpes
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tion of egibe aridy,
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sd OWeek Sui$ WI.

~f~te.to "Y red # .
a.,for 11.00 ayeas-t45 d1
gbUWS bcWWde 4" *
12 COURJL Fartie" S44 ppei' lowa
to Pey for adwntidag Sued.I

bdml~ rnd Of oftPeb IsNge1-

~ Crneieis tSO fin ma"
L.won a medal tor spendind

diffIcult DOW in Ohio, to tal
It I isSenator Forakbt' boo

John Temple Graves
geking a matched team
1tial race.

is still
for the

Ite roads lead to Jamestown.
Od and Coast Line are ang
from this city.

1 has no interval in politics.
State is all the time electing
tody or other President.

)Interstate Commerce Commis-
inling on "party rates" Is liable
ui another railroad brainstorm.

niratic efforts from now on
I be to get together and "sla"
i Republicans to keep asunder.

tullt to the Atlanta Journal Cis-
Rht is to draw 62,000 a week.
It mean dollars, cents or

hmn Hopkins professor claims
i taught a starfish to turn som-
SNo telling where a fish
h going to break.

MeMorts are going to have a
ne devising some way gf
S Standard Oil without mak-
Sconsuumer squeal the loudest.

Attending strictly to my du-
SGovernor of this 8tate," far
There is no finer bd*
minding one's own bust-

ladiana railroad managers
ped not to discontinue the
Szeurvion in retaliation for
Sfare law. They ale com-
tr senses.

ftber land frauds and an,;
bikan U-nited States esa..
t l and yet the 0. 0. P.
Spos P as the party of
Oft ideas and the only tre

S imported minister
S on heavenly b.l_,
Ot Ay anythingS about ree
ast business corrapia
S j tArt M be vsde o

That the H ma
S tr to borrow 7.s
S* o Jr the UniM PaelN
t4* *iih the faft tamdh


hv* eck"aose a 40.
Oer-wremssesdt od
price. OV IMS
W 148 thrown on e4WAN
b, r he o

Omant i onttl
o dete toi coopoe with the
U He says, however,
Wa#OW that many, perhaps
a iatyc the people are not
? s f ve1mest ownership, that
Afraid of it as too radical,
nd e ravorn a trfal of government
rj order to prove what it will
adl wat t t will not accomplish. 6o
ft the ,"e.~l t, he aSuads exactly on
t nea (tung as the present ad-
;iio.. iat he goes Tarther in
w h that the valuation of ratl-
ouata4psertles should be made on the
Iapsa of the actual mopey vested
) them. This would be a raatlc.
ue.ssinf out Of all water. Rate, he
s odbeouW be fxed to give a fair
return 4o this eapitaltiatin. Such a
aihne- be welcomed by ship-
pe4t all ovf the country. It would
soil the produce of the farmer to
market cheaper and bring the farmer
thb products of the factories cheaper
than ever before in the history of the

4owniry. But there would be an awful
bght against the program by the rail-
road inteeat, soeh a fight in fact
tha It Is do. tu, If it could be put
104 eet in t e=4xt decade.

. The heaywelght Immigration corn-
mission authorized by the last Con-
gress as Just gQt to work. Why
Congress should want more light on
the subject of Immigration just now
is a little hard to see. Thib Govern-
ment has been paying special agents,
special commissioners and special
junketing committees to investigate
the immigration problem for the past
ten years. The latest "special com-
missioner" sent abroad was T. V.
Powderly, a very estimable gentle-
man who spent a year in Europe at
the Gvernment expense and wrote
the longest If nAt the most enlighten-
ing report on immigration that has
ever been submitted to a long suf-
fering government. But now this

thirst for knowledge is to be further
assuaged by a commission of three
Senators, three Representatives and
three appointees of the President, all
of whom have gathered in Washing-
ton prephatory to taking summer
tours at Government expense to the
coolest and remotest quarters of the
earth. This is a rich country and we
can well afford the luxury of special
commissions it we want to pay them.
But the immigration excuse Is worn
almoo thredbare." The fact of the
matter is that Congress does not
need and does not want any further
enlightenment on the Immigration
business. It does not want to pass
any immigration legislation of any
sort if it can help it. Frankness and
economy both would suggest simply
standing pat and doing nothing, but
what Congress wants is an excuse for
delay, and it will get it while waiting
for the report of this \latest and most
unnecessary commission.

The friends of Secretary Taftpnd
Benator Foraker are having a lively
scrimmage for the "delegates" to the
next National Republican Convention.
It Is admitted that Secretary Taft
bas the better of the situation, for
he is a man of the people, and will
make the corporations "obey the law"
even If he has to put some of their
millionaire officials in "stripes." For-
aker is an able man, but If be were
elected President, the plundering of
the people by the corporations would
undouatedly go on unmolested. It is
to be presumed that Roosevelt's sup-
porters not only la Ohio, but all over
the country, will demand Taft's nomi-

6tAns or Omo. Crrr or Tex. o,
Locs OontY. /
Frank J. Cheney maski oath that
be Is senior partner of the firm of
P. J. Cheoey. A Co., doiag business
In the City of Toledo, County and
State aforesaid, and that aMid Ir will
pay the sum of Ons Hundred Doilars
for eahe and every case of Catarr
that M eot cured by the use of
Bls Caarrh Cowe.
Sora.to before me ano smbserlbed
tIn prseee this fth day of Do-
-Mer. A, 1.J
<(il) UMtary PaMte.
aoaw Cutarr* CW is taban to-
tNMWa, au p -A N s the sbleo
eat muas 6=11s the iswea.
Sed ***S*m i*s **-*
14, CI & O, baldse6 0.

Sthe 't4i .. It S a0J
-at might e zpe&t te
was expW ps as develoepatt

however, in be t that Uait
Dick has made.et fltanaem M t
that the Ohio lb I ahin i
against Roose 'eoltim sad
any Roosevelt at. Th u tlm
Itsue l. squarely' W de, and It will
a finish eight, for tther the Pre t
nor Senator FPrake are In the habit
of giving uarter. Outsiders my
look oni with intrwet and gain coa
siderable instrutie therefrom. It la
the first seridus aad open split n the
Republican ranagnd% the questloa
that will be tUseed for the rest of
the,campaign will be whether or not
the President's personality and popu-
larity tl his own party will avail
against one of the most effective ma-
chines in one of the worst machine-
ridden States.

The latest latelllgence from Bng.
land is that one Sweetenham, a small
individual, late 'of Jamaica, .s going
to visit Canada. This looks as if
Swetteuham is oiaMag to the border
line to hand us' a little talk at abort

The ideal of Maywr Tom Johnson
of Cleveland, I.s street ,ar system
on which it do"m nothing to ride,
but a better soheme trill, Is a street
car system on *tch the conductors
pay each passe a ackel.


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for schedules to the JAXm
dly trains each way with t
?P~ng OmT.

ty days and fifteen days-limit e
daily from April 19th to Novem

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?obch excursions at very low rates.
~. rfrther information 8see y(ur nearest rail
agent WtZ 'ItM

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IVA', adthe hidors
Iti any at'cOw.
WUN actuated by U
Suti 0 if8Ms and the W016
fUI tecomweue~mnt air
orthe gorgqle, and toward
Of thlrtenlh century.
d*=ofe ~tadopting this
~4 h~bman old tradit~on
b afebtitture, the forts of the
'0'1 4 t0nfoflnd Into a thin#

i~ev ir W quadruped of evil
SAt ofA figu that could by
!~,'t lftnutty be distorted
Spirituial "anpes aloe
to ndero every em
Wouldbe oeaive they
k," bvwith human A1goree
ft, doelvlepnmt Which in.
led to the later adoption of
to ofMaps and demo*&
14 many of the ftest churches

Inishuman form. it
094T-Wt",that t showed ezceop
. OnWalsty am sas mOMUM I
St goo satam b he betemnth
lot oftthe iMi A
-1-M-11" ft he u @1mr.

Srunner IadeIeelea
at l ald to be eopled by sheet
alest Mce the o ord. Work e
P ., and aes tMheas tu as*
ile, and that O the ea Wt. oest
p manner. If R, es Wt I
te a p ee oft grom d e
>M bushwood S& atM
.elous method o puedwI
Unte o. For twoero theeru
Itlates that 'piece lad sad
|M to another spot. al)*a e
e w tioth Ie OldN e, w
0 MOdt for rebuarag whe tie
rowo d wants rt Be. Sm ow
peM" with plows, tvMrgtM
d a number of buftalo, WMti
p the saturated sod wOth tN&e
Whbe a Bourma hbaa aed a
money be Immediately prNeae
led It all. t the Burmee ebas
abition to tobe rch and M
CoOsequeatly thar an so
l wad ra sad. tlre berta -a
Sthe peop am as ar wbt
S'e*quality as poslble. Peeoor
I qlte aa rar as the rich. ead
Ibtmgu to be mt are the
dt as the steps of p at

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We do asmezeloelve AM~reebut.
me.. with tmeilisles for IaMUSVM4 uII
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yingsterN who wa" IPI
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Sty meet and 4*s i 1
the exerclsef, a" A4 p p
01, for this m etfi UOG w
W- and eeured hia f*WuAU. lit*
v at a short dital" frm tho
Mol, where 8 4 1M a0O1dI
SHen.ry Clark a otet of
man who challenged aw, jItoind
bty. latte It CiC i~C1 6.
*itlfe With which h f ibSt
, while still det. sa7
ed tre, his first bollet ~ *.l
paier,. who wAS at a ,d we ~*
Igot know of the qiuwf the
Sod bullet fatally WO d W Mi
I, a spectator, antd the rt tiwo
gKk the Clark brothers, d mortlly
ending both. S. T. Shannon was
pred by a blow on the hea f troi
I butt of Sayes revolve, and Sayre
Osell has six stab wounds.
Swere neighbors aud several of
Shad been known aS a 1lm ot i.-
1 fMends.
iy llsurance Companls DIsrelmIl
at Against the Gentle tm x.
medical examinetr of tslurno
pulnies say that the resoo a woman
Ip more for the privlep of tinur-
w than a man, Is from the aot
it women more readily all victims
Indigestion and stomach troubles
d the fatal ailments that spring
i these causes.
U persous, they say, who have a
aIkened digestive system id ouf-
from sick headache, dinMl pells,
bm* after eating. specks before
I eye, bloating, nervousev, aeeo-
mness, and the many other symn
s of Indigestion, oon lower the
I of the whole system and are
1 susceptible to a fatal Ilbmeas.
f* curative power" in all itouac#
i"it. nothing else i asa ae yet
khtl, nothing else can be thor-
(ky relied upon to relieve all trou-
i trom Indigerstion as Mi-a.' It is
kte any remedy heretofore knoamn
I0 really one of the valuable dl-
llitm in modern salenoe,
t is ndt the acute attack that iW
*e tIe insurance exatmlMra alooe,
Sthe constant feeling of rwea-
IE.t'.ai,ib.h. indigest' ad
eh truhles -theoe thials, phy-t
l ^.y kill more people tUm
ky i,.r. -Hlotisi dlseaMs. I
to.; this conalton of lII
o t.,y one's food a d yet
S'ff..r ithl indlgertlo, a petr-
,S., ,;. Mi-o-na stobACh tab
I'-, Ti ,. w,t a mere dllgltev
h ~t -i~uisio and restore to
^5i t' rtonmach mod bow-
'id ff-t ('olmplpete 'cre 1o eve
for,,of tomach trotbeser.
. ,cc',llum sells MI-o-Ia tI b5-
S ., i',l-..r a gtuarantee to 10
"tt<. ~llb~ f,,r it.
K, Co*petition in Ge(l.
; -"'-There w keea
; a r PartIs MNoay for
;,, :., of gold la the mr-4
^ t r,..oo0.OOo. The Bak
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WVho will come and get a4Savings Bank and atart a Savihgs Account i the new bank
which will be opened by PHIFER BROS. in their handsome store building on the
Southeast corner of the 0"uare on MAY 1st, 1907.


SUN Propopes To lve Away $100 in I
To stimulate the great, grand cause of Saving Money. There are hundreds of
Gainesville people who ever save a dollar; they never think of the '"rainy day"
that is certain to come to all. To save spare change or a part of ouAs earnings is
all a habit, which, once acquired, becomes easy to continue, and before you know
it you have a snug sum in a reliable bank-and this bank will give you interest
money twice each years, o that your savings are really earning money for you.
Everybody has friends or acquaintances who have been more or less successful in
a financial way, and iq ninety-five out of every hundred of these instances the
success that perhaps makes you envious was started by the bank savings habit.





l IS OW E AR! GOIG O 10 MlAl TI o PO SI 1

Every person renewing their subscription to The Semi-Weekly Sot: fo one year O I
Daily for three months or who subscribe for The Gainesville Semi.W'ely Bun for one
The Daily Sun for three months, will be entitled to one of ihese haaaome pocket banks
charge and will receive credit at Phifer's Saving Bank for S5 cate.

Daily Sun $5.00 Per Year; ,$1.5 For Three Month

Semi-Weekly Sun, $1.oo Per Year.

Get in line and be among the first to secure this beautiful little bank

You must call in person to qourg* one,
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TOMid n I
Tha -* Wb -

for reAnt. ..
papers for sale o
d day AprIl 11 Saumdt'
apped at HN tW & M

i wood for a e. e
g 19.
lowe' calls a in laes sti
ua offtie.
e eU typewrit ribbom at t
for 75 cents.
no lussfor sale at this 0ace.
$43 per hundred to
STaylor has retm$a" from a
Wbesa trip to JackuavSaiw
,. L Hill has g0e tO Waw* vulle
pbok after his buSnoW.a*
te bedt print d -. sW $t
est l call at l Telft W
IWh bread of all k Ids dverd
doorn time for 7mpp "Oty


Waits and W. H. Waltea
the city from Grove Park.

C. W. Chase and Geo. P. Long
ar registered at Jackmonville hotels
,F. A. Callison, manager of 'Sprint
Farm, spent yesterday In this
on business.
Tor Sale-Two Clyde Line tickets,
visonrille to New York and return.
ply at this office.
W. B. Turner has gone to points
hon business. He expects to be
_sst three or four days.
-C. V. Miller, a well known young
euss man of Ocala. was register-
at the Brown House yesterday.
W.IA. Green, an extensive and sue-
Itul trucker of Boardman, was
k~ siness visitor to this city Mon-

j. S. Goode has returned from
pa. where he has been looking
his extensive real estate Inter.

R. Steckert, land commissioner
the Cummer Lumber Company,
returned from a business trip to
I Wood of Evinston, member of
min of Wood & Evins. general mer-
was a business visitor to this
SMonday. I
Irs. R A. Thomas of Palatka, and
E A. )eSha of Waldo. are visit.
in the city. guests of Mr. and
C. A. W. Thomas.
Ir. Andrew Jolly and Condsctor
iur Ioring, two welol-oi w citS
of Waldo, were transatng busl-
1n this city Monday.
Ui0 and lot for sale at a bagalu-
block. from Presbyterlan
& Seen rooms, all modem
tl', ni. J. vW. Blending.
liJ you ask for vaanla or
i?0 a-k for Blue Ribhon Vanilla?
a % Iast difference, mad a
S .. ; -'on u BliSue tibonm.
E C V Sanches expects to
hit dh tiarture for St. Augstine
a uht.re he will be the
of ';-ats ad friends for a

G; lass of EvinstM Ias
t h,.r home. after a vwsit
N ,o!,Mrs.l L. A. Tbhraset ;in
titv Mr.. Ia u came to attend
f CoofedersWt Memor.

Mt 1. and ChasL. IL Dw, woi
S h-r. for the past few da
'' the illnem a Mir
Wrw. K left yeew ay o
S ,t,, Ihomes to Mantwm-
Sk.and AtlantLa. O.
4 l" P -J p. HeMu iSA MKiO
ci t 1 nday. Mr. .dmT -
t* Lame day. but It& at
GNore remained as e ofi

Sfor t'masty Is
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tirt -hastens recovery by

Our local druggist, W. M. Johnson,
ays: "There is just one thing the
matter with a person who has been
aick-that s, weakness.
"To all such people in Gainesville
wie recommend our delicious cod liver
oil preparation, Vinbl, as the very
best strength creator for convales-
cents we have ever sold in our store.
"Vluol strengthens the digestive
organs, creates an appetite, promotes
'sound sleep, makes rich, red blood,
sad build up a depleted sytseta to
health and vigor.
'"This it because Vinol contains in
a highly concentrated form all of the
ettdicinal and strength creating ele-
menat of cod liver oil, actually taken
from fresh cods' liver, with the useless,
nauseating oil eliminated and tonic
iron added.
"We return money to those who
buy Vinol and receive no benefit."-
W. M. Johnson, Druggist.
Note-While we are sole agents for
Vinol' In Gainesville, it is now for
sale at the leading drug store in near*
ly every town and city in the country.
Ldok for the Vinol agency In your

New stock of buggies and
Hunter & Edwards.
Pine trout and bass for
Mott Bros., 'phone 93.



Only purest Ingredients used in our
baking. Keystone Bakery.
House for pent, 606 8. University
street. Apply at 700 8. University.
Mrs. R. B. Taylor is spending a
few days with relatives in St. Au-
For Sale-Building occupied by
Saunders & Earle and E. M. Weston.
Apply L. L HilL
For Rent-Rooms for housekeeping,
furnished or unfurnished. Apply 905
N. University street.
M. Forman, a well-known resident
of High Springs, was transacting busi-
ness in this city yesterday.
For Rent-Three desirable rooms
for light housekeeping, one block from
square. Apply 109 N. University St.
M. A. Walls of Dutton has returned
to that place, after a brief visit to
his sister, Mrs. W. M. Johnson. In this
Nanted-Bright, active white boy
to work in shop. Address Lock Box
542, or apply on premises, 1106 N.
Grove street.
A. W. Sargent, Jr., and family have
returned from a pleasant visit to the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
Sargent. Sr., at Avon Park.
, W. A. Edwards of Columbia. S. C.,
member of the firm of Edwards &
Walter, architects who furnished plans
for the University buildings, is at the
Brown House.
For stomach troubles, billiousness
and constipation try Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. Many
remarkable cures have been effected
by them. Price 25 cents. Samples
free. For sale by all druggists.
Attention is called to the adver-
tUsement of the University Barber
gbop, Sam W. Gilmore. proprietor,
which Is located on East Main street
S. The proprietor has had fifteen
years experlece as a tonsorial
artistN at guanru tes a satisfactory

M. J. Orr left Mooday for his old
home. Term Alta. W. Va., where he
expects to spend a few weeks., vi
ittag the Jamestown isposu tie be-
fo h. 1 m. t L.
C. C. Warre has returned from a
brhe visl relatives and trieds
a Alcehm.

Jo p PI aim TIsM AsthIpefA
mW Is *a -&-l Z.9
^u^^ Id AL 5tw <*
P_". A ^ -g-i.^-^

Uf wt. th lsw the the
of drug patog, bs inalg teay0 w44
lose at 6:3 f p. m. every da
Saturday, w h WV give the
a rest T atq gret amU
preciated, bi e4uplOI .
Rev. Th 1P. Hay and
Chrlstopher Matheson have rtaf;l
from Ocala here on Sund ay~ .
aselsted In dal3ng Rev. Dr. W. &
Dodge as bto"r of the PiesbytIW
church of th: city.
I will br trom you or aRu fw
you, at pg to Jse or auction,
household "'' kitchen teunitr-, cr
anything Ap you wish despoged
During a1 3 years' experience
this business I've never had oe
plaint of not having given atstob
tion. P. M. Oliver.
Mr. and'Mrs. Jordan of Tampa,
who have bee here with Mrs. Pnlch
for the past ten days, le Monday
for their homne. They were well
pleased with Galnesville and those
they had the pleasure to meet here.
W. R. Helly of Alachua was In the
city Monday and made The Sun an
agreeable call.
The Gainesville Furniture Company
has a *change of advertisement in this
issue, in whih .they tell you a thing
or two you should probably know'
about refrigerators. This Is one of
the most reoiafre firms In tle country,
and has stoceeded well under. the
management of J. K. Abrams, who
is a thorough capable man.
Miss Irene' McCreary of Gainesvttle
is the attractive gust of Miss Essie
Bessent at her bome on Duval street.
Miss Mct'rur will be one of the
heralds at the State convention of
the United Daughters of the Confed-
efracy, held here this week, and will
be a very attractive addition to so-
ciety during her visit.-Times-Union.
E. DeWitt Dow, who was called
here several days ago on ascount of
the lllness of his brother, W. .L
Dow, returned to his home ton Tampa
Monday. Mr. Dow regrettd very
much the necessity of his returning
at this time, but his duties with the
Atantic Coast iane demanded it. The
condition of the patient seems lit-
tle changed from the fkai day he was
stricken down with paralysis, al-
though everything possible is being
done for his relief.

Ch 1st Store on E .




Lady Corset

Th Corwst that Is nm.

ftrte o ud durable. Ild

for AhiCo OeOnL mi.
ntotd to ive tisfcti

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to ha y try l. lir

lintlict ftLn him.

i0ld ,pt Home of Mrs. tYeu,*
WeI a rellmant ueoenes.
afternoon a meeting of
SClub was held at the
l1r. Yocum. East Main
.M a one of the most
sri4 most interesting
:'taof a li terry and
al tu' e eg with read-
M 'd pture by Mrs. I. L .
W'' u tolowed by a ftr-
i Mr. Newtoen of Vir.
organL r, who Is here
int4 I ests of the W. 0. T V.
.g' am nradtng by Mrs. lId
iL bIb)owed by a vocal duet by
i Bi lsabeth Smith and L L.
a whlh were greatly e*

M' i o. ou then rendered a dellughA
!fWatrelm tal solo, after which Mrs
Ab ,offered a reading, "OR the
ok." whitoh was deeply appreciated
tor, Wts b mot and cleverness.
Mr. om F. McBeath rendered a
deMghUl vocal solo, after whh do-
iolous retreahments of strawbrry
bhort cake and lemonade were ,rv.
ed, and it is needless to add we

Daring the meeting a petition was
oltlOlate and generally signed. a*
ing the Legislatare to act tavyrfb
and pass the Humphreys temporal*
bill, now pending.
Mrs. Newton, who Is State orglp0-
er for the W. C. T. U., is a guset of
,Mrs. A. W. Taylor while here:

Oalneevllle Coffin Factory Was
Ablase, St Quickly Extingulashed.
An alarm of fre was turned In
from Box 81 at 4 o'clock Tuesday a~*
ternoon, whleh sitamoned the depart-
meut to the plant of the Gaineaville
Planing and Coffin Company, South
Fortunately the Are was discovered
in time and an alarm sent in promptly.
The result was that the flames wore
extinguished with but little damage.
The fire started It a tank near the
main building, but the origin could
not be learned.

Delegates Are Gene.
The delegates of .te Kirby Salth
and J. J. Plnley chapters, U. D. C..
the names of whom appeared In The
Sun of Tuesday morning, loft on the
afternoon, train of that day over the
Seaboard Air Line for Jacksonvll.
where they will represent their,
respective chapters at the State
convention of the Daughters.
It had been announced that Mrs.
J. M. Halle, the president of Kirby
Smith Chapter, would bb unable to
attend, but during the morning she
arranged matters In a way that would
permit her golng, hence left with her
delegation, much to the delight of the
ladies. Mrs. A. B. Oliver, however,
of KIrby Smith Chapter, found It It.
possible at the last moment to gelt

T delegates will return Saturday.

A Sad Trip Neatl,
Albert Scranlon of JefersMs. Ohio,
one of the most Influetial a4d1 wealth
est citisens of his setion,0 passed
through .the city Monday eo route to
ls home froin St. Petersburg.
This was a sad tirp for Mr.
loranlon, for he was urleftrilskn,
the remains of his devoted wAp beJwg
talen to her home. Mrs, hrftaao
died suddenly at Et. 3' urg a
Fer the past six years Mr gb Mrs.

Seranl,. who have tW i si M
eity have be speeding r Wn e rs
at It P O burg adI g~ glyoi.
but this was a sad MeinMe,asmee
whieb had been pasned mt m plssnt-
Helping Hened Seeite,
The regular mGM e ting of
the Helping Ha4s' Msdir of the
Presbyaran OChurA WI * held at
the bore of Mrs I, P. Hay at 3:50
o'lock this tr ,at whib a
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