Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01101
 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 2, 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: VID01101
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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....01-0.A.. PRESIDENT

7 e R5 0 CABREIE

e sp opedritaB the Wf homb Exploded U
st e 11idi o ie *ntbd, will I n e~a t M 1is ONarriagE.
SI .pa.s gr on ...d-- o United ..A.i. om.-

iTed by s t while the hotel Not Injure,
dIW r tU.e a s of the Atan- ughter Wealth WhI Lft Home the propty Of the peo n.ed, and
Snd < S t1e 4inadnsios of orth ptpos under another me.nt-Cablgram to Consu
uS^1 Cure beM arose out of 5ft P ppend-Ws Arrsted Onmtn t A *bte loe g6 toru r* s been Nove|,a
0 a the co',mlssoner u | ).I mpp fop 7e Yw practically agreed on, but will not be N ll
i' lt t to make coeec made public util aoother name, the GOatemala City, Gra'et:
Si. !tion q asfM at tl:0 p. m. with a ~ t PMtersbu, May 1.4-1 fh Sfnal oon to the deal. ha0 been deter- 9.(Delaye l).-AO aF t A
M, N :"S To bia,.iMtrattmIr Ul renalei from the aarl Tuesday of Mme. Ma4dshnl Ba- maled upon. A. L. l'Brianger, pl- made early today on the ide,
SW rot-- tst e te, with the ob- redia, a well known reoA Mpgnst as, dent of the company, and its msaa- idenut astrada Cabirera
Bir g ft of s .da 't .whog wts Ralelgh. .siolsd ehe greatest lntqtt 19- oao Monday. He said the plans mite bomb was explode r.,; .,
i tei n eo0apany resisted the lt1Uonary sitcles on aceoust her for the theater which would be known riage, killing the haoin ,u :
bBot I 4 0114 that eounl not womatl l history. ta "The Chicago" had been drawn. lng Genem l Orel:ana h sfi
be eo d woith without putting on Mite. 3aradita was the daughter Thep w theater due to open with- staf.
ii Sf.ir I- sa peojaltr! wM hlohwould involve ex. of a rlca manatacturer, of good ao- ta a year or so, and it is expected The calmness of th *. 1..:
tis ft i t. TW It was contend* 615 peoltion, and left her home to the hotel wilU b ready seoo after- wan not Injured, is on,, .
*^I. w e ~ f ed, at S ItN to takhia without due Sa5S in the revolutionary propa- ward. _________ ended, anti the wo,:;:-',,
I"a to pmo.ae .t iw, T.w coioalulton .gauda. ERIOUA PIRE AT LEE8VILLE. are condemned on all ..,
,be ,i ,MtM one ao und that o ,ws, se nt to Keve, vwere she re -
St the order was aneoes was arrested and imprisoned for two ighteen Suding Burned, With an w Orleans, La.,
., i t, a large part of erre be5g released October Appreximate Loss oF 100,000. General Novela, la, of tu i.
3. t..da. a tathe b.y" U on condtlUon that she went Beaumont, Tex.. May l .-A ape. laer received a cablh.i, L:A.
S ddd Tme pqe coLurt.of North (r- abrod, where sue met L Baradina clal from Leeavie, La., says: a wrdln y the aLttmpt to a,
S...., r ; te a MBo I 't m sImou was alirm by who was known as an energetic mem-l i re broke out at 12:30 o'clock on President Cabrara C a u,.:,i q;.
Si ap et the1 T ptton of the supreme court be of the oranizacton and married tuesday morning in the Regl hotel, It was from Secre':srv atof* the Ueb.d Statm4e 10 the.grotsnd lt .m a nd spread rapidly, e eSHeigMt h- rioa who said tla: les i
St W n t before that the Oer of the commilseon does A few da-s ago Mme. BaradIna ac- teen buildings. In which were locat.- Isued at the Guatm. .. a.
t e ot let r but Is a proper et ddeually opened a letter showing ed twenty-five business firma. inlud- make light of the e ini, ::: ,t
-of to re t atith that her husband was a traitor who agh the Pirst National bank and the excitement haed ubsid, I
S. had. successfully plan-ne the arrest Leesvllx National bank bldgs. The president's coach. a
p 9 t r the Many PetIen for Mw n'l Pardon. of an Important group of terroris, The lo is etnated at between as hs chief of 6tal,, t .! .,
sad oi., e ea Washlnlto, May l.-isresident and even proposed to bring his wife $76,000 and s100,000, with .Isurance by fragments of the bouib.
io be gam aedI. Roovelt In t note ta the department back to RUssi In order to deliver her out $0,000.. the
S-- Tuday xpre d the the. The The .origin of the fire i unknown a. New York, May i.-lTh GU
1" TttAGodY AT I MAON. oplnlw that John Wllam January, police advised him to delay the latter alan consul general in New Y<
.. of Missourt, should have his teace step i order to avert apn Woman Loeq Life In Fire. General Benoecbea, received T
eIte IteN rMie, W't ot HM nOeUT- 1 te ord b p ate eaoe t Mo.t aradins after ading the New York, May L.-MLiss Baar. day the following dispatch from
4.- I.te 3et a,/ 'l o roU big Wa coveted i Hoe rmt u tOOsk p *. wr t I cGoraa,. 31 years old, was burned later Barrios, informing him of the
.. O. M 4.--L. Dldt1t gO of erobbiat a potolIMe ,a oa b wre ite to St. ohew deatth early Tuedlay in a fire which tempt on ihe life of Pre. i. nt i
aager fr ,or the Ketes Tea t i terar, ad were, lsterred here da nag the flve-tory tenement at tr:
Store taM ao, shot andat killed prout ofl a ay*otar netence at the con being bued i Bat Thtry-elhth street. MIMss "Moday morning at 8 a( m.,
inth, a printer, oe aond Lesam rth. He the esntped and wreath of crimon owners. MnGowuan led on the top noor and at the time the president of the
tl e Me"dy at moos, lag aftdr sine ryaa of Ilbrty was re- -' her escape was cut off by the lames. public Was paMsing, a bomb aM
after whleh he uaaked to. rrated n Katsmo Otty and returned CORPORATION MAK8t RETURNg. The firemen made several daring rem- ploded it one of the streets of
in. s p sotatlo until he "met to prtis. Many petitlos have --- cues of other imperilled tenant, capital. Fortunately, that hh ft
l a i ad gave up. reached the preldent asking for his Central of GeorgIa Shows i oreased Utonary was not hurt in this ia
trgedy oeoarred on aooount of padon. He had lived In Kansat Valuation of Nearly s00,000. I Las by Fire of oo00,000. attempt, and orders have been
| Improper relations betweeas City under the same of Oharles W. Atlanta, May l.-Returns for tax- Loraln, O., May 1.-PIre of na- that the proper invesigation of
lth and Miss Ulla Streog. a eistw AadTeoo during the time he was at ation for 1907 for a number of large known origin late Monday night deo- orime be undertaken. The only
he ma Who Eld the shootig. Ubity. oorporatUonas reached Oenptroller Gee- stroyed the pktnt of the National Sove son who were wounded wre
ltmtft a word that was heard by G'rnte A filantI e for all. ma Wrght Monday, but owing to the ompay. The los s1 estimated at chief of the general staff f tb p
SOot s trees, Strong and press of bus neas, he has not 3t had $200,000; covered by Insurance. ltur dent, General Jose Mtare o:.
te la fet oSmiths print lxltoa. Ky., May 1.-n the time to consIer std act upon them. hundred me are Idle. and the coachman. Puic ord
B UI a ictlrolt court tere Tuesday Judge Wal- That he will demand substantial maitained unaltered. lu td
eo be with ter Prker te the pplition for reases n mot of the acae,. there Daring Way f Exprming Thanka. rios."
It. taket sh ots ta i Britto, o Breathltt county, can be but little dobt, onsidering Madrid, My 1. r n A mpd de.
charged with the tuasato of Jas. what be has already dome and al t o ar d newly elected deputy to thw em .le.
iIt at JohnWilliam.oPli, ol t "e "adis t oru delved ws lat ter e Ctyn pron ent mercha" oN
^ te S S and fo balkl, figll, o u hvt ht 67t00n The argeat returnn red w hat li fratre, atmped sicde at to
r o9The bond hs not FM bees slgoed. of the Oe* trail tof Qeorgmi Railway outto a bu fight it hd own l ter Monday night l he ,t I
Seo gMa Btio was tri here lat week, but omp The irl's total rtrn eap n se a at h. m p i so wie, Moncy nlght by he
eADfO AT OVINJftN, TNN, the jury dlmsree. At a previous was I.t 0, as agatast t.- alone will b the matadow peril.nd he wrll f twie, nce In the ct and
SATw trial e was m at edm to Hlfe lri. 352.89 Ina 190. A crease is her dudertake put four n l to i the abdomen. A hurried nt
t .dWe, ge e. e DM t.ef Nt, Ho b a bee la p fll heeo owa of $470.98, but aIn the returas the t e s ary In a of te oe the man l tat n to
- n So tlse o, Lao, -laoO Dce 9hmb., sf* for oIM wua tmae 16.017 of to After tho 8tht the sptal revealed that be was
*p5 TS 4 ia 1.-a4r 'Ae W hO O'---a *andbaec wAeewaly ho$13.010 of th fightheclarss tally shot. He bad beom in
JS1 and, Whetuate Ar t by Pet. aand bonds s shows Ia thiss o thehbls wil becut to )olatA three or tour ray. Itis
a &W tiy "u agb moh g & Warsaw. R.i..a. P dolas May 1.- return. It is Noeatded, the 'ore. the poeo of elom r G drtIbsue buemasne matters eeust
ilnuon, TS.., at ter~to. The emp~looy, of t-he start Mtemds, when this ftet tr coMMered, that the e aia. He hs a wife tad
oh truck that tae uout 10:10 the pries, bakers aid oety e Oentral retur for IW ows a real d od well know t
E rwdk Moday nagot, mat mat oMSt- ploy* have dalaN d to la work aluae of N mo-r lya M,.OM. Of Dth Sentee of0e Tk0 Man. loath keorgsa.
e damage, but. o bu t ta ya be __ Ma t day. e Io 6matatto l are the total return, ttay ehmra ta a- Oea.ri, Neb.. Mary .-A rpe.al -p.o
at that bontm S ,lWlv taknAs ersette tcf teo imehe ea- hiea Is put Ina t 7,.f.a, an ui- from Ograd Igland, Neb., Tuesda Fatal Tragedy In Misi
t .A MeIbO dlsorde. T pole atn erale of P73.95, which Is the Gon- tg aays thai John Hamiall who "olrmba, Miss., May l --
a womprewse bay ho b woMW ri- daount mrMned or thoe frah of hMa be Oe trial tor several day L. itachi prominent phy4ct
company ew aOtd sad talists. ... thre anw Columas-N*mNsa b cah,. for the murder of Rahel bale. ofb this pe, Monday shot a d

the other butldt4ap hpo0 t MInwe e TrseMOle. that ehity. bhas bn fbtnd guilty otf eOWe Woods. 5 ye .. ,
the Illino Central ttfI i okto, May 1.-41ste 4uisiI efm Qmti*s Pokwi. Murder Ia the Arm degn, with pea- there had been locked do1 bt
e 1nolles Cetrd's ifthbMl r he broken out at the V 0 M0 SvnlTsahs Ga., lMay 1.-4 0 Ishamt Axed Mt hagsil. Misu af. B-kta dirtag a quarrel .WW
train was detad #At ea r uniaal, where a.lm t alecus ha as the aawr to the L" e waUs 16wrO eM Hamuia. two. The a, onIs to r
for several boursn by the m t&ve treke. The Iafe t PmmU Cou"s PINeker 6 ay, Naore thaas swr age, wanted to bMoase. *aid* "Tou'
selumulatlon of debris slMg *0 it iloes bu1ldingst ad a 0bWr O of wheh M. M. Stwcm t. A. A I0- a eeompay Ir t& a earnfral. f M a b9e uandown." ad ar
mYUM. a e as **>* yo"e J. R. MalOeM ftd R. T l. W a-td is tteotloas. and he shot tion as If to draw aw rer
- A severe ran and eleetrical Wm's t"d between the strUo poee&, am. Jr., the taMt New York, a- bhr. She died several months r Batde e him Inmattly.
general ta this vicinity. ad sumbws on bft die f S-* the tom'"or 5 TI MaS as a eault of tdthe wound.
S ,a_ q taIerporated with a espitrl of $3*.- S lmesUeasl aIlclde.
Sets LIfe Lentence -- 9M5. Mr. tewart e eteels that the Seeling Cch Owm6lmlI hed. nttami, Tenn.. MTa
O .. Maa.-.ors t lem Tw a. lavla k" e by the compa St Johbs, N. P. May 1.- JameSl An. nd t. who c
Osr., May 1eChaeette N. C.. May l.- beat y poie ThW machtae U sWaWing se, c'me ,*.1 ToL, it 1 a tw, Tn .n
a yong charged 0 M e tWh ter pat wOt..work by the weotto p -oess andI t Is a a n. seV e s ad*y thraag thMS
asW11l% Keley te 4 aftr nernWar M Cataw" tuth. Osamud that W it will pick .m er a that ofb.e m T. lVaahotboWe
edgadty. in the supeor N. o.. am i ?hses ? h a p m 5 oft atCo a day. tg-t& steamers are M s a pls age ied by
aft all the evd Ge w ewe M s h uSl thi year. d Is way sme at th eN h~l o
bewa M Se w teatc<4d to tie*ee wu4 M en _m- r oChwi YoWr.1 Perfery. -t-his year. amd to owy ta up 2fort4t e brII
for lieo by Judge Parker, te 1 edS s ina the Nw or e S a i
tfra Thtr MeNe. Sr Me oempany. of this ity. w as a catch O eW tiatd 1 5.* ^ r_ 0 9.
21i0 11. May 1.---One He Will Net a a Camdltae. reaied Thoed9r ha rged with lor- s t "W' us. amr. May 1.
qiMipapleO are attimat- Matomery, Ala.. May 1,.-41. gIry ISlt the th delte. In o tsee. at P'
Srtrea ft their re- I. M. PMetran wn i -*t he a andi.. aU with t0he bmat -teleton alof- t" e ftu W grs:
0*,Merwlas of h date or rWIeebtisi as paast 4d ftgfters o4 the cU g. It IS&I ps.k Meow G rier"


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4I' ,t vuI n Ad l t ,ei e a
to. te

th ee poso .
dmiN ule to give t mn4 *A of the
,! oslpial the ski"" 4n leof deem-
SIt@ blid Met. -e y.. Thost. P.e
pastor of the det i bytereian
rch, was electOOd to sh ooed Mr.
iapton. Mr. Hay- is r oIsed as
S lant of great exea tlfve ty, and
association did -wil in electing

whiho was Wode and carriedto
fd*Riot that the sLadia Aid So-
Wi/ Wasume the Ulmnagonept of the

Sfl rfor a term of six months,
e. the supeevision of -e boatd
'trst. ~aiO d executive committee.
the ladies are deeply Interested
'ib tes ooation, much good is ex-
yt' sd tfromd this move.
detiiand Bayer secretary of the
S.ospitiona made a full and detailed
1 irt, whsu h was ordered approved.
Mrs. Alias.to E Beroghton, superin
:eAdent, through the secretary, made
A full report, which was also ordered

H. I. Taylor, treasurer, pub itted
tall and itemised statement of his
with vouchers attached,
iOwalig a reo c pts and disbursements
to date. Upon request of Mr. Taylor
.for a omtl tee to examine his ac-
"1 ants the obir appointed a commit-
S e consistibs of Dr. C. L. Carter and
-A. I A Viatlo exandne and check the
'-Odptd to examine and neck up said
46Di te assndmeohersand in a very
.. tusutime reported Mr. Taylor's ac-
4jdptI corrte t, and the same were



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Chma. inmons Comes from Washing-
ten to Aecept a Position Here.
Charles hamons, who has been de-
toiled from the general land office at
Wshington to the position of contest
clerk In the local office made vacant
by L. J. Clyatt, has arrived, and
assumed his duties Wednesday.
Mir. Lemons is a natiVe of Tennes-
see, and is a comparatively young
man, but a specialist and an expert
to contest, matters. He has been for
several years in touch with the Gov-
ernment service, being first In the
census department at Washington.
Under the Civil Service rules he was
transferred to the land department,
serving for several years in the gen.
eral land office at Washington. He
has since been in the land office at
Nahlitoches and New Orleans, La..
and comes highly recommended as an
expert on matters generally and con-
test work especially.


Giving Away a Handsome Pocket
Bank and 26 Cents In Cash.
There's no use In people talking
now that they cannot afford to start
a bank account, If they will take ad-
vantage of the exceptionally liberal
offer made by The Sun, which will
be notloed in the advertisement else-
The Sun has arranged with the new
banking house of Phifer Bros.. which
has Just opened for business, to give
to every person who subscribes to
this paper, the weekly for one year.
$1, or for the Daily for three months.
$1.25, a neat metal pocket safe and a
saving account. as an inducement.
This applies to renewals as well, and
the public will not only be saving 25
lpr cent and settlng a bank. but is
being induced to open an account.
Read the advertisement. which is
self explanatory, and the act.

Miss Sadler to Graduate.
We have received announcement of
the graduating recital of Statesville
Female College. Stateevlle. N. C.,
which will be hdld on the evening
of Friday, the 3rd test.
By this announcement we note that
a Galnesville girl. Miss Isabelle Mc-
KaIutry Sadler, daughter of Mrs. Julia
Sadler, enjoys the dlstiestlo of be-
tag one of only two graduatea,
th other being Miss Margaret Mayo
caOtt Miss Sott will graduate In
Tal music. while Miss Sader will
attalb her honors as a readr.
The aumeroas friends o Miss Sad-
ler It tisa oity wil esmpsstlate her
eup te high homr achieved by
hard wnd l -at stdyr. aNA will
wVih for her a em1utod ite of se-
eeon tn ths direction, wshish 4as *b*
her asbitlai.
It has hem ktiatad t "t be GO&
wer mm ito* the I I S... 1.

t Iw Af carc *t o B
era. ftw.Ayyith handdanhter

Mi tee r tof is iue, Mr. King .
ls bpo1 In this son, vng
b enap a he re for A amberr o
yeas. He will no doubt rp a, good
harvest la freight business for the
fouthern here.
Mrs. IL H. Akley and daughter,
Miss lues, of Dummer, Vt.. who have
been here for several weeks as guest
of the former's sister, Mrs. I. S.
Webster, at her beautiful home, "The
Pines." North Galnesvlle, left Tue-
day for their home, being accompan-
led as far as Jacksonville by Mrs.
Webster. After spending a few days
in that city Mrs. Akley and her
daughter will depart for the North.
Their sojourn here was a very pleas-
ant on% during which they made !
many friends, and were objects of
much social attention.
Mrs. Geo. P. Morris and charming
little daughter, Miss Joe-Anna, have
gone to Waldo, where on last night
thby attended one of the most gor-
geous social functions held in that
town for many years, being the China
wedding of Mr. and Mrs. George 8.
Granger, celebrating the twentieth
anniversary of their marriage. The
affair has been announced for some


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lb-l2hours at a stretch
." l a i. 'gcouldn Stop thepain
fen .atly' 1: did. I advise all
1O4ids ip Wtth anfulperiods to use Car.
dul and be relev
it ths by regulating the functions and
toning up all the Internal female organs to health.
It Is a pure, spedfic, reliable, female remedy, with
a record of 70 years of m- ADVICE
Success. It has bene.- w .s A ,.tt, descrig11
fited a million others. A
Why not you? Try It. *M-.c

Sold by Every Drngist in $1.00 Bottles.


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Look for the Coca-Cola Crown and Label and you are
guaranteed the best drink of Coca-Cola obtainable. The
proportoate ngreamnt are always exactly correct, in-
suringyou a good, uniform drink all the time; no over
sweetening, under cabonating or poor mixing to contend
with. Call for the bottled product always, and keep your
refrigerator stocked. Bottled and guaranteed by the
Jacksonville Coca-Cola Bottling Co.

time, and inasmuch as this estimable
couple have a large number of

friends in every. section of the coun-
try, the same was no doubt largely
attended. Mr. and Mrs. Granger
are among the oldest and most popu-
lar marrieda folks" of Waldo.

Ladies' Literary and Debating Society
I a Fine Soclai Clubh

The Ladies' Literary and Debating STATE EASESALL LEAGUE.
Society of Melrose have held their
regular meetings throughout the so- t t Tonht to Organn x
city year. These meetings have been a tat Assoclation.
well attended and much interest An effort will be made tonight to
shown in the subjects chosen by the organize a State baseball league, and
members for discussion, some having those who are interested are request-
written original papers. ed to meet at the council chamber,
Our musical was given by local city hall, at 7:80 o'clock.
talent and visiting residents; two pub-I Palatka, St. Augustine, Ocala,
lie lectures, one by Mrs. E. M. King Gainesville, Live Oak, lAke City,
on "8Sandal-Its Right and Its Wrong Starke, and other neighboring towns
Side," and one by Rev. Mr, Goodwin are anxious for league, and If such
on "Common Words and Common a venture can be properly launched,
Phrases." Two social teas were given with proper management, there is
which were much enjoyed by the no reason why these cities cannot
members and their families, form a State league.'
It would be hard to find in this Everybody interested in baseball
State or any other a small band of are requested earnestly to be on hand

women who have built themselves
a hall and have carried on a society
of this kind for sixteen and a half
years, and -have given to the com-
munity each year public lectures or
entertainments which have always
been instructive and of a high grade.
May the interest increase, and the
society be of still greater benefit to
the charming little town of Melrose.
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tonight at the council chamber.

Breath Hyomel's Healing Air and All
Irritation Will Be Quickly Cured.
The most irritating and annoying
form of cough Is th"t termed bronchi-
al. People subjectto bronchial troub-
les whenever there is a change in the
weather or they are exposed to a

draft will "catch" a bronchial cough,
COL RIVERS HOME. which is very disagreeable, irritating
Says Alaoha Delegation Is Working and anoying.
Hard and FsalthIfly at Capitol. Bronchial troubles cannot cured
Hon. Joseph M. livers has returned by stomach dosing. The medicate.1
from Tallahassee. where he has beenair of Hyomel is the only treatment
on rofesaonal business for the past that reaches the affected parts and
two or three days. As will be seen gives reliefand cure. t destroyed all
in the Legslative proceedings. Col. the disease germs that are present
Rivers, who was elected State's at- n the none, threat and iagm soothem
torney of the Ughth Judicial Circut aned ranen all the trrbtned mucmal
in the November election. has been rae t oallpU CCt o ebronchial
formally appointed by the Oovernor, talb and aiekly overmes the Ir-
the apponatment having been duly
conofrmed by the Senate. His friends chitis really an inflammatim
are extending coratulations. of the mucs membrane lintag the
Col. Rivers states that he had the Pass aNWl cal
pleasure of miulita with the MR mre M o that it mtd a losl treat

sentativee of both bouses from Ala.
chua county drtgi his stay at the
Capitol, and complUmented the very
highly in the ut4er of ftaKftltes
to their duties

lunivmnity B r Shp
RAN w. UI1sse ft.p.
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mra*t Ile that arorde1 by Hy-o-mel.
If there is any dolt in yeur umnJ
as to the power of Hyc-Ml to cure
broMnhi al tru:ii o that th*e system
will resit coughs ad ad ad tbe ua-
amil way it whmoK t a so a by J.
W. Mecoam hbedM puI tdt deu b.

P t satU e st h e d "o -
L *no t *h mf =e u r y.. Be
isesaU the a r heusu. muiy


G. A. Friedel, DallL4. '
writes: "fuse Ballard".l
Liniment for my fat"ilY.
is the best Linimnw iT"
It relfhve burns a&id ,cAl
Sc, Sf oc and s1.
Ballard Snow Lin!mCot
6T. W'Iu* Ma1

e ,?* end P.con-'-, '-<
W. 3. JOUNPOgN. t

Want to Sell You( H

Tema-ell easily a
plge, if you will r1 RA"
pe Mklag of Good P's
ts Wbe bell by she Or'
Amwrine Stanudrd,.

IMliP' AI N Per
pil PUiNT?

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n April ".-T he e

etoitheNotW O ttD.
LonE of Clay. 1Mtabldt l
M pasrger vgte of a4
, ile and the retUmd to recOn-
Sote by which the resolution
the employment of an at-
y the investltinaI commit-
b internal improvemlt board
sted. The vote on the latter
, to33.
SLong bill pae after a long,
gad the loss of a number of
nets proposed to except the
a, which though acceptable
majority of the HoUO% fUl-
Stwo-thirds vote necessary
Sa bill on third ruling.
ht the House and Senate
eon education are holding
SbeaTring on the several text-


Called to order at 10 o'clock
deat Harris in the chair.
wing were among new
West of First-Relating to
j carry concealed weapons.
West of First-Relating to
deputy sheriffs.
Withers of Twenty-third-
to allowing of hogs to run

k Zim. Senate resolution-Re-
Sthe endorsing of William
Bryan for the Presidency.
table subject to call.
memorial to Congress asking
of Florida for ship ,aal.
I. .
Special Order.
Ir. McCreary, relating to salar-
mmnty superintendents.
It. McCreary, authorizing coun*
ie to establish kindergartIes.
committee on education.
,r. Cone. Senate conuearent
a No. 15-Relating to the do.
f the land contiguous to the
It donated by the city. of lake
Ith that the State Board of
be authorised to make a
the property. The resolution
STote, referred to committee
X* 46, being a specdi order,
.I up at the request of Seas,

Ill relates to the authorizing
Wlrchase of a prison. Im.
Savu read by sections. Mr.
hi an. ameen nt to Section
hi it necessary to locate the
kad adapted to the growth
ane; amendment opposed.
L Senators. Senator Hudson
i sthstitute amendment strk.
I tie words requiring the 0lo.
I the center of prison popula-
b. Zirm withdrew his amend*
Mr Hurilon's amendment was
I T. bill remains aon seo
iag sUMet to call.

1I to ordtr o1 a. m. Rol call.
t el ei j. B. Pruitt Approval

oIf Bills Introued.,
W._ g were among the new
carti r of Alachua.-Relsahg
Adet of public instruo
h ,, o Ilrevard-eii.w

ma oft Clay-Redemptb

o -o lh:101 o
) '*F:.or of Madisspr-
*Urriage of diverwep op

of ueeNe to n

f1W Milli


a 0i Cewfde of starftgWm Ia
35 a oider thit we recommeud a
of such koW~n qualty t o r

to VIwrnA "m a I em 4dot a* Now

Ins eestl"

Thlyan prtedref rigefaton In mery ro-
spe wHI Interestevery bowkekwper in
"i of s MeW refrigerator
y"quaym MAUFmAovUPoaus COUMP&M

Baird H'dware


Ph... 7.

atand the bills referred to the Prop-
eli committees.

Bills On Third Reading.
By Mr. Long of Clay-Fixing pas-
senger rates in this State at not ex-
seeding 2% cents per mile on rail-
roads. Mr. Grlggs of Franklin offered
an amendment making the maximum
taree cents instead of 2% cents. Af-
ter considerable discussion, the bill
was passed by a vote of 43 to 12.
Afternoon Session.
The House today began holding af-
ternoon sessions at 3 o'clock, and the
following bills were passed during
the afternoon session:
By Mr. Reese of Escambia-Author-
siing appointment and compensation
of attorneys to defend persons charged
with capital crimes.
By Mr. Peaden of Santa Rosa-Pro-
hibiting payment of commissions to
county treasurers on borrowed mon-
By Mr. Knight of Citrus-Prohibit-
lang the sale, gift or barter of, cig-
errettee or cigarette paper.

Tallahassee, April 30.-The Senate
today confirmed the following appoint-
ments by the Governor:
A. V. Long. 8State's attorney, Eighth
circuit, unexpired term.
J. M. Rivers, same, full term. .d-
win Davis, same. Fifth circuit.
L. W. Bethel, judge criminal court
of record, Monroe county.


But She Never Had Sulphur In Such
Convenient Form as This.
YOur grandmother used Sulphur as
her favorite household remedy, and
io did her grandmother. Sulphur has
during skin and blood diseases
hundred years.
t the old days they had to take
w~ dared sulphur. Now HANCOCK'S
U[JWIL SULPHUR gives it to you In
the best possible form and you get
the full benefit.
and OINTMENT, quickly cure Ec-
seIa. Tetter, Sa4 Rheum and all
gSki Diseases. It cured an ugly ulcer
for Mrs. Ann W. Willett, of Washing-
ton, D. C., in three days.
Taken internally, It pusiea the
blood and clears the complexion.
Your druggist sells it.
Sulphur Booklet free. If yo7 write
PANY, Baltimore.

gsby Convicted at Wetumpita.
Montgomery, Ah., April M.-NBI
Rigsby has been eavetod at We-
teahi of the arder of Deputy
eelfe McaIn WW SI a i 8 M-

Daughter tof Ioftim o At-
F'arburn.,0o Apri 30.-Miss
Stella Wade, the petty 17-year-old O
daughter if Alex W4de. was the vie. WIi WUead is pure and heaytb7 n
tim of an r.ttempted assault In her free pttons. but When the blooa t 1
room at her father's house. one "ad M) it"* *fmet is shown by ashdes ,
a half miles .outh of this town. ljut or e, and annoying skin disease. *l,
before nmdniht Monday night. Her eOuntlesa re Oilsdi which act ts ai als N,
Laallant is large mulatto, about 30 ofimpUriltiesat th the perspiration that Is cons
years ol. Nh1om she recognlsed clear- I theseite tbea ie other glauds that pour oq?
ly as Charl-s Revts, a nebro tenant a snbstMe to keep it soft and pliable. When the bloo
of 1icien ike; whose tao I huasot ad aciU the a Ire thrown off through the
far aay wrm bo inSlg Md irritating the ski and drying up the nature
M1i8 Wade wa sleeping I her laei not duly Acne, Eesema, a t Rheum, etc.. but such t
s ro au .rasv slet, wen, ust ah~ctlol sTetter, Psoriass, and kindred troubles. The trtiai,
rm alone Monday night, when just roble ith salves, washed, lotioa t. sl not long the right it" .,
before mLlnitht, she was awakened Meh treatment relieves someof the,itebing and discomfort aid aide,
by it e npr,nee of some one near her ia ft kln clear, but It does notrec the real cause of the trou
bcA. She screamed and the negro I htar in the blood, and it cana th have no real curative
Lccame filighonedA slipped out of the ie stbe f aeiffctions. 8. S. S., a gentle acting and perfect Mlood pu
window by which he Lad entered. The the betatand quickest treatment. t goea down into the blood.and
negro imn:meiately re-entered the the humor, 5ery acids and poisons from the circu~atilon, cools the over
room arum d with a large rock and ed blood, and by sending a fresh stream of nourishing blood to the
threatened to kill her. She, how- per arently tuea skin diseases of every character. S. S 8, is made entld
ever, nanagvd to escape, and gave of health prodting roots, herbs and barks, and is an absolutely safe rem
the alarm, for t ol d. 8. 8. 8-. cures Ecama, Acne, Salt Rheum, Totter, Pso. J
A roa-te of ngthbovs was organis- riaaH, aSl otevr disagreeable and unsightly eruptions of the skin. Speeia
ed and s ard after the negro. book o Wl Disetses and any medical advice desired furnished free to alt
ed and sparttad aAter the neMro. lwhoa itS. m TA V CIC CO., ATL-ANTA, GA.
The pursuit will be kept up until Swr .c c CO ATLA O
the negro is captured. There is some .09
talk of lynching, but cool, clear heads
say there will be no lynching, but that lfl
the negro will bnesafelycearriedto jail
and securely kept until be is disposed
of by the superior oKurt.' [T

-- mbmff uTl M oll tonfoemt (Mlatem d Me B lalmedi s to nttG W
It is said to Be a fact that a great esp, OR masr haeived S a4UMYrb en a
many people do oet drink sufficient thoeughly rnevssat wth IsB titlns.
water. Whether thiblss due to the -
unpalatability of 09 water supplied ..
to not a few o rth cities of this tJ r.J.J V. J.L II 1
country or to other causes, the effect IB, AOOt.M T, UIROLARY A ID l MNITT gCWtAUO A. ,M!
ia said to remain, anM the statement seating samber of promineat a i eapleae
la made that directly thereto s to be RNAL]8TATZ M LOAM.
traced not a little of the sickness doc-. G Ma l '" L11e 5lorz*'t
tore are called upon to treat. s .- -I l
peclally is this tre of disorder of s.. OM e A, Presldt H. E. TAV.aN, OhIbet
the kidneys and ble~r. which or- Oo. V. 1I, V lrlde Ln QaANAM, AIs. 08 t
gans are said to be greatly benefited G
by the flushing that naturally follows
the free use of good drinking water.
The lack of such flashing is asserted
to be In large measure responsible for
many of the kidney and bladder dis- OQ aAT T8"VZT., .3M
orders with whi h physialns have
to contend. A favorite and succe l UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY '...
treatment for such ,asee, used by pro- .
gresslve medical men, consists of the O pi ........ ,............... .100,000 00
administration three tiUes a day of a Surpls .. .. ... .. 30,000 00
tablespoonful of this prescription, ,6
which any first-lpas pharmacist can latnf Paid oon onWisp e A aeeld flltlesate of Depols. All anls"e"l
compound: % os. Fluid Extract of i r ly.a TAY0 .
Buchu, % oq. Fluid Extract of Uva _,_ _,_. __ _
ursl, 1 ox. Amlet Cordial, % os. Fluid
Extract of Liverwort and 15 oss.
water. A feature of this treatment T LWX D I *
Is the direction to the patiet to drink "1
plenty of wateel and to continue the
use of the medicine for at least a
month, In order that the Impurities H I DUTTON Co
which cause the disorder may be en.
Surely eliminated from the system.

Step Grumbling.
If you suffer from Rheumatism or
paias, for Ballard's Snow I niment
will bring quick relief. It Is a sure
oure t r Sprains, Rheumatism, Con-
tracted Muscles and all paint-and
within the reah of all. Price a6c,
W0e. $1.00. C. IL Smith. Tenahba, Tex..
writ: I hav used BaUard's Snow
Liniment y t family for years and
have found It a fine remedy for all
pains and aches. I recommend It for
pains In the chest." Sold by W. M.

Mysterious Murder In New Orlesns.
New Orleans, May 1.-Wrth sev.
oral sab wounds about the body, I
man was found i-' a dying obaditie
here early Tuetdav nmorn ng by a gro-
cery man who e .- awakened by se,
eral men quamrr ng In front of hli
store. Near thbe man was fouilj
black cloth matk. The man was ua
able to speak w..**n found sad died a
few minutes afterward. later WhA
body was Identlftel as that of Oulsep
pe Squatr1to, an I allan. The police
are working o s, o eral clews.
So You Love
De You Leve

your baby? YT wonder why he geiW.
Buy a bottle f White's Oream Vei.
fge and e wilB never cry. Meet
babes have wenm., and the mothers
don't now it White's Crem Verml-
fgse rids the dof worms d elemm
out its ays- ina asmet war.
Every mathar odM keep a bottle
Stt is die In athe obese. Wth
Prime SM. by W. Jehasem.


Sea Isl and Oottonm.

Does#&" gbaesumbuae 5su. hewmodeeoV~ MW bosom"emaslabeta
The 6e0"sW" f a 4bob tSW.SalwaUSU. fuses, m. erewes amd e~a
roehodei as INavesOMW MMSupealholt" to e SOONs esils ORss
Oseemible petoals15ik UW Stas.mm


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sens te'All l
'ae of tet Gov~e nt

searP ss te otat asn.
s pe red and s pre,
i ourt. e, ad Asta Paul
~~: ir llthfaui hsurina

jPoad many witsM tarm-

,0adW tacres of o-
laiiiuMorn tl Trbue oft

tIa MIrl Imavi. a

lant at Nocatee aond the
Mardr W tbe pth juor
la the au 0lnuemVe of .

Owt Wedthy walatatot
was that the lmbe s hadd
| arepre "wea by rpretet Atb
&. Che th ad Aiatyant

B llltatloI olf vdllloe. Wit-

teurwas taken to De-
SWt wa xamined and
and sown umhed in the

t hare been desp Governd.
w. il'tMr.s work protl
lt ta pe i amu of Gov.
dof timber, t Govern-
t the actual number of
| ev*noe that thejroe
i ait. Mr. WeneI mintais
"ihaLnt at Nootee and the
WUa tt. the lumber had
spu product for this.
s a represented by
SCrt oif tlhis city, and
ll TreadwellU f Arcadia,
r and Jobs A. Treadwell
So trial for their respective
tle program of the
tWdrau stayed at eAe
||p the fury wasn taken to Do-
|botyand sihodwn the trtI al-
:Al tulve bow despolled."

0" iour Iatonary prbiAaTho
t. *M, tribvtbawok promptly
reed6t* haoak rieel;ou

' I-

A9;l careful
IN, a, Ir

oman who aUtffr from aew
ibealohes, ant ill dlsae.
to a torpid I -r, should
irtheirtomir .i with oal-
land other 0 -a:.
inMeon, Coasttpetses, Chdb
ever, byapiepsi. Malaria
I D. Phllhy, Marble
wdits: Ind Her-
liver corrotive I
It has done ni f a-
myslU a world of
ammaend it to my


the Methodist
S 0 ,at high soo,

b tbw, smot beenuti-
b lhe aieds of the
0,0e f wite and
lit, beug carieo ost In an artnstic
KsNgement ,of Um, ivy, magnolia,
oleander and potted plant.
PromptI. at the appointed hour the
strains of Memdeliohun's wedding
mnach pealed from. the organ under!
the skHilful touch ot Mia Stelia Mar-
tin, one of Mrl*o county'ss most
talented young UlA4e. To the ,sigal
g tve by Mrs. TeoJ. J. McBeath, the
charming wife of -or efficient high
school principal, the bridal party ad-
vanoed down the aile. First came
Mr. Willie J. Evas and Mr. Turner Z.
CaMa; Mr. Chalie L. Fisher and Mr.
Horace. V. C 4iela, who, crossing,
took their pa8ue0 to the right and
left of the' altat. Following them
came the bridesmalds, Miss Bessie
Baker and Mias May Franci Me-
Beath, crossing as did the ushers at
the altar.
All eyes wea directed toward the
lovely bride advannlog with her lister,
Mrs. Frank Ayers, a matron of honor,
and preceded by her nece, dainty lit-
tie Rena Mae Olle. who bore on a
white milk Cushion the wedding ring.
They were met at the altar by the
groom and his best man, Mr. J. Willie
Poppell. The ceremony was perform*
ed in a mot impressive manner by
Rev. A. C. Odom of Starke.
The bride was most becomingly
gowned In 'a lovely white organdle,
with very elaborate lace and ribbon
trimmings. INe bouquet was of white
oleander ms54aea, ei 4qith whMite
tulle. A breath of llllles-of-the-valley
adourned her hIir
The mt r .was exquisite.
ly dainty la "'igaie gown of
Persilan lawn ad'e.. with ribbon
Both bridesmaids were charming in
flowered *silk organdle with valen-
dcenes. Mis Bker in 'pink and
Miss MeBeath in blue. All carried
shower bouquet of Marobal Nell
roes and maiden hair fern, tied
with tulle to match costumes. The
little ring bear was dainty and
sweet in white OChina ilk with lace.
Immediately after the ceremony
the bridal party were driven to the
home of Mrs. B. T. Cason, where a
most delicious wedding breakfast was
served. Here the color scheme of
white and green was tastefully car.
ried out in parlors and dining-room,
and the wide veranda, where Mrs.
Cason received her guests In her own
charming manner, was a perfect
bower of beauty.
The large wedding cake held the
place of honor in the center of the
handsomely applat table The
cutting of the oake for ring, thimble
and dime resulted in much fun
among the gvests.
The bride' gongaway gown wa a
lovely grey cloth eton sult, with Per*
alan bands. With this was worn a
dainty silk wait, with hat and glove
to match.
Amid the showers of rice and good
wilshes of their many friend,. the
Newly wedded pair took their depart-
ire on the 1:10 train for New River,
where they will visit the parents of
he groom before going to their future
I hoe at Lawtey.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Poppell are
known a among Florida's moot gifted
teachers. The bride has always made
her home in Island Qrove, where she
has adeared herself to all who know
he by her lovely disposition and no-
his charter. Mr. Poppell is the
lirmoelpalof Lawtey High pcbool, where

e is greatly admired by both patrons
and puptis.
The wedding presents were most
numerous and beautifuL consisting of
silver, eat glass and china.
Among the out-of-town guetsA pre
eat were: Mrs. Frank Ayer of Ft
Piere', Mtie tella Martin of Pt.
MeCoy, Mr. J. Wille Poppell of
Jacks nvlle, Mr. Turner 5. Cairo and
Mr. O arte L hr of the UnIvern
I ty of Florida. and Mess. Tom and
SId popeio of New River.
A OtT.

Daily Toaqsasbet $3S Ga. O
IIUjiflmtC& lavesJ-et`11- Me FA. s10 P~ .,W
~,via As nteOatLimme ad rIme
9 Asugustahemegts 106MT~. IL
For rulmam m sms me

4 '* r

Hundreds of imitaton brands are
on sale that look lk e Schnapps to-
bacch. The outside of the imitation
plugs of tobacco is fue cured the same
as Schnapps, but te si is filled
with cheap, flimsy, heavy sweetened
air cured tobacco. One chew of
Schnapps will satisfy.tobacco hunger
longer than two chews of such to-
bacco. The color, size and shape
of the tags, plugs and packages of
certain imitation brands of tobacco
have been made. so much like'
Schnapps that they have often been
accepted by buyers under the belief
that they were getti Schnapps.
Sufficient proof a n /secured
to establish the act, that' certain-
brands are infringement t and in vio-
lation of the trade mark laws, yet the
trade will continue to be imposed
upon by these infringers until the suit
already entered and now pending to
protect Schnapps is decided. A
great many of these imitations are


Still Raided in Cellar.
Macon, Ga., May 1.-4R. L.
Veal, a farmer of Washington coun-
ty, was arraigned before United Btaea
Commilssiloner L. M. Erwin Monday
morning charged with Illicit distlll-
Ing. Deputy Marshal Frank hiley
raided his place Sunday morning. A
copper still was founl under the
kitchen of Veal's home. He was
placed under $200 bond, and will
have a hearing before Judge Speer In
Ausuit. _________
If You Don't
Succeed the first time use Herbine
and you will get Instant relief. The
great liver regulator. A positive
cure fWr Coatlpaton, Dyspeplsiu Ma-
laria, hills and all liver complaints.
Mr. 6.-. of Emory, Texas, writes:
"My wife haa been using Herbine (or
herself grandchildren for .*e years.
It Is q sure cure for ,oniltion and
malaria fever, which is i ntliated
by what It has done for my family."
Sold by W. M. Johaaon,
Ships Tossed by Storm.
Montevileo, April 30.-A violent
storm occurred In the harbor here on
Sunday, causing considerable dam-
age to ahipplng. An Argestine bark
mak, but the crew was ewved.

The Cause of Many
Sudden Deaths.
There is a disease prevailing in this
country most dangerous because o decer-
|[ll || Hl-, tive. Manysuhlddsn
deaths are cau ed
by it-bheart dis-
Heart failure or
p o lpexya reoften
.\ y the-r ult uf kid.
- nev disease. If
-ed 6bld w.- i gt-
tack the vital organs, causing catarrh of
the blader, or the kidneys thrbfit-wslvs
break down audt waste awtyv cell e )by celL
Bladder troubles almost always re nlt
from a derntRenreut of the kidney and
a cure is obtained nuickest by a 'proper
treatment of the kit.ners. If you are feel.
ing badly you can miae no mi'uke by
taing Dr. Kilner'a 3 Rmoe, the
great kidney, liver and bladdea remedy.
It corrects inability to hold Mtrine a1d
aialdiug p.in in paying it, and over-
comes that unpleasant necessity of 1ring
compelledl to go often thrOgmh the day,
and to get up many tim" ditring the
night. The mild and the wAz ordiMarr
effect of Swamp-Root is soon ralg
It stands the Inghest for its wontierlal
cures of the most distreslng *<. e
SweampRoot iw plesnt to take and is
somd by all druggits in 6fty-ceut and
soe-dollar sue botUts. You may hbav a
ample bottle of this welderful new di*-
covery and a book that tells all about it,
both- mt free by mail. Adesee, Dr. il.
Umr & Co., Blighaami=, N. Y. heims
wutina metiou rending thk jtaesml
wn & st leaeS rthee


d" be ,Just as good" a
b-It there is onlyegen.
nas Be sure the letters
o the ig, and tamped on the plug
under thetag spell S-C-H-N-A-p.p
and then you have it-the most;
wholesome tobacco produced ,ith!
just enough sweetening to preserve
the mild, juicy, stimulating quality of
the leaf tobacco. Expert tests prove
that this flue cured tobacco, grown
in the famous Piedmont region, re.
quires and takes less sweetening than
any other and has a wholesome,
stimulating, satisfying effect on1
If the tobacco you are chewing'
don't satisfy you more than the mere
habit of expectorating, stop fooling,
yourself and chew Schnapps tobacco.
Schnapps is like the tobacco chewers
formerly bought costing from 75c.
to $1.oo per pound; Schnapps is
sold at 5oc. per pound, in 5c. cuts,
strictly loc. and' 5c. plugs.








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Retailers and Jobben to

Staple and Fancy Groceries,

OhWIn, Srden Sed ald Forftleor



Highest market price paid for Ohiekens. Eggs and other PrAudee

A Complete I sok of Bayl Corn, Oat, Flor Bran, Meal, otton Seed, M si
mad Be. We hale onlr the VpRY T ods at the LOW.
o8T PR say gt l.

All of Our Goods Under Our Personal Guarantee. A Trial Order
We Know Will Oonvince You That We Handle Only the Bess MootY
Can Boy:
Pure-Rye Caos Goods, All F. 0. B. Jacksonvills:

Nut Wood ......... ... ..... ....per bottle,
Old Fonester . ...............
Old Booe. . . . ..... . ....... "
Doffy'e Malt ............... .. . .
Oas adiam Club........ .... .. ..... .. "
Mount Veruno .......... .. ..... ... "
Three F athen........... .. ...... ..... "
Lewai' U......................... "
Herper......................... ..*
' rde Rye, 8peial................. ,

" Scoich Whiskey.
Klag William. V. 0. P.., per bottle...................
King W illiam V. 0. P..P wear ............................ ..
Dewsers. per bottle. 1., ese......................
Black and White, per bottle, $1.0 i .e... ...
Irih Whiskte:
Deavill's, per bottle. 1.0, eaee.......... ..
Jae. Jamieoa & Sea, per betl. $ ea ............ ....
CirI fmwb










$14 C'

WW. VW l weww J "" $
. e a . . o........ o... oo Itoo
,O. W i ,pte. t ....... ....... ................. ..... .
m.m. W sll. ON.. r.... ...... ........................
S. pt beO l Ooe..... .. .. .........
s. per b tw ................. .... ......... ..... .....

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iASt our

b' u

,,sPuay adverftfssgShu

~t.Week &Mi lh*p,~
lp.published WryM Y a'
w ,dCowan ku aso" eON. a
WAstate sand peftrl, sadWM
retin, to sany- radft w V39W
SCauads for $z.ooa yea'-'b advasf
~grifg bills become due slwitr
f di crtismentt, uORION e4IW&
contract. parties not kmows is
ppqirtd to paY toe adveit*iiiW 10

~1Y,~ mnaI Im seaLers wio are so
t o be pjresqt lR. hey
'* qlfa f ft treated nesTgo.
fifth Oer igt ald satllar treat.
Stee i wih other countries,
Ill M t which were arranged by the
MeI M h f administration. The refus-
S to ratify these treaties by the
sandpatter was notice that we did
M not care for reciprocity of trade with
tjhoee ountrles and this attitude very
aturally led to reprisals and the
au f Orther Increase of duties by those
S Oamtrtle to prevent the importation
a ot Amerian products.
The new Oanadian tariff Increases
p. the duties on American goods and
at shows a greater discrimination in
tl favor of Eglish productions. The
Sinrerase of the Russian tariff rates


1 Rils says he has never known
PWident to be wrong. The Ana-
ib. however, may Offer few

pilmist," says Puck, "is a per-
o chews his pills." All pesst-
we have ever met were fond of
l the rag.____
east has jumped out of the
es and declares for a third
which is presumably to boom'
exclusively. Ambition has led
a man astray.
K New York man who lost his
adred dollars, an4 then com.*
snicide. leaving word that he
gla to heaven, may find that
on another bad tip.
Saserted that in' Milwaukee,
bottled at the rate of a mll.
minute: but It is really the
which the bottles are emptied
made Milwaukee famous.
Sone has discovered that three
Sfive jurors who voted to So.
taw, are bald-headed. From
k appears that Evelyn stlp
a hit with the bald-head row.
of these days the Central
SRpublics are going to be
paying off a big war debt
country that has a big navy,
y wiil have no time to make
It nch other.
woman's magazine thinks
e has reached the propor-
a national evil. But the rest
iutry will not take the same
Sthe matter so long as the
6 not interfere.
,mbent Trust officials declare
freight rates are the
the increased cost of caeant
bblic. Somehow the railroad
d's not work out as the
t so sure it would.
t interesting exhibits of
noIt at Jamestown will be)
publicity and promotion
K attractive settlers to the
e*d arta. in the West where
"lnt Is now establishIng
fa rrns. Millions Of do,
b1 M a) I are being spent
those irrigation projects,
3 to they offer some of
lttd m,1 : active fariln,
had Ii the world at a prfee
lIL"g1 at all. The Govern-
Piltty nof alil settlers
t't a but wht iii wanted
of genius American
t*oh of the featnre of
t xrhibit at th. James.-
LOn ill be a lecture lhi
*, ': given boomtg
S'1 *..ujnutry. and where
thas bea dome sad is
`' o 0 exhibition ad
t ,()' 4" foratioa will be
Or I ; net tuers t

Go trn. all ovr th
Pt lfrom thes e
-. 'u b e of the b-
M r1id babd fo p-U
C' ot the g

has greatly reduced our exports to
that country, although it is but fair
to say that the unsettled political con-
ditions there have no doubt had con-
diderable influence on all trade in that
country. Even Free Trade Holland
has raised a 12 per cent tariff wall
against us. The new Austrian and
Hungarian tariffs discriminate against
the United States. The South Atneri-
can Republics are buying less and less
of our products since the reciprocity
treaties with those countries nego-
tiated by the McKinley administration
were strangled by the Republican pro-
tectionists of the Senate and only
Brazil has given us any preferential
advantage, by admitting our products
free that compete with Brazilian
trusts--a trust remedy that the Uni-
ted States might well copy.
A purblind and greedy protection-
ism dominates our dealings with for-
eign countries and having sown the
wind we.are now reaping t~h whirl-
wind by the tariff wars that our coun-
tries are waging or threatening to
wage against us. So our present tar-
iff not only allows our own people to
be plundered by the trusts, but cuts
Off our trade with foreign countries
to which we are compelled to look for
our surplus crops.
It is Impossible to arrange any tar-
iff that will protect the farmers that
produce more of any crop than can
be sold in the home market. It is
a great outrage to make the farmers
pay the high trust prices for what
they buy and. the high wages for
labor that these high prices artificial-
ly produce when they are compelled
to sell their surplus in competition
with all the world. Wheat and cotton.
our two great staples for export, are
now selling but little above the cost
of production, with the prospect that
both may be still lower In price, if
good crops here again make a big
surplus and there are fair crops
Thus the tariff works to the dis-
aavantage of the farmers and the
6tty consumers, for an they buy is
now over 50 per cent dearer and their
Incomes have not Increased in like
proportion. But the trusts and
protected interests are waxing fat at
the expense of every one else and
this policy Is what the Republican
leaders style protection-protecting
the few at the expense of the many.

A new immigration committee ap-
pointed toward the close of the last
Congress, has been In session in
Washington this week considering the
best steam lines and most attractive
health resorts from which with their
families to prosecute their inquiries
In Europe. This commission, which
will start on its arduous health resort
tour between the first and the twen-
teth of May, is about the greatest
joke that Congress has ever perpetrat-

BArTs or OGIo, Ct'v o ToLxDO. I
LuCAs CoMrTY. ,
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner of the rWm of
P. J. Cheney & Co.. doig business
In the City of Toledo, County and
State atoresaid, and that said Arm will
pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars
for ech and every as of Catarrb
tat cannot be ued by the use of
alrs Catarrh Care.
Swom to before me mad mbsarlbed
is my preseoe. tsie tth day of O
em9er. A. D. 11.
A. W. LtA5ON.
(SeaL) Notuy pabMio.
Uwes Caarrab Cr 1 taS k It -
twai. ad ata s ettw e tbe blood

Y draw all
aftItall the d rt
Iag over immipratoWt that has been
done. it woult4 al : the (vernmmt
was in possession 4 all the facts that
o14 ise desire t act tntelligetl).
But there are few thtags that can be
s". readily made to aform to the
requirements of a pleasure trip as an
immigration invel atkon. All the
time can be spent la travel, the more
diverse the sectiUp visited the bet-
toer, and all the r*prt can be written
after one comes abpin with the aid of
a cheap stenograher, a Baedeker'a
Guide and some haeh n lAs of the Imw
migration Report A HItesary fellow
at twenty dollars 6 Week will do It.

Heavy Snow Pall la Wisconsin.
Milwaukee, Wti., May l.-A rain
and sleet storm Monday 'developed tn
a fall of six inehes of snow in this
vicinity, most o which remalas on
the ground, the water being cold
enough to prevent melting. The
storm was principal coaflned to the
lake section.
Kansas Wheat Crop.
Topeka, IK.ne., May I.-The con-
dition of the Kansas wheat crop last
week, according to. a report sued by
Secretary Cohurn Monday night, is
84 per cem on at area of 6,89.,000
acres, remaining after about 300,000
acres have been abandoned for va-
rious reasons.
Woman Licensed to Practice.
Montgomery,. Aa., May 1.-Mss
Nannle Lev Wiga, of Clayton, has
been licensed to practice medicine
in the state. Her father and only
brother are doreors and her only sis-
ter, a trained nurse.


Wan Perfeetly Idald Whee He Started
to Use NewbwHe* erpsedse .
Frederlck sManaell, Maryland block,
Dutte, Montana, bought a bottle of New-
bro's Herpicide. April 0, 1, aad began to
use it for entire baldness. The hair fol-
licles in his scalp were not dead and in
20 days he had hair all over his head.
On July 2 he writes, 'and today my hair
is as thick ari! luxurlart as Any one
could wish." Npwbro's Herpielde works
on an o:d princple; and with a new d's-
'v'ery-dstr y the eoaue aid you re-
nove the effect. Herplt'de destroys the
rerm thut Casie dandruff, fallen hair,
and finally baldhese. so that with the
"auoe gone th- effect cannot remain.
8topB falling air at once and a Tew
growth start. '*$old by leadiln
druairsltp. Rend t e. In *eam s for sampe
to The Herplclde Co., Detroit. M!cI.
Two sies-0 ea ts a-.d WA
J 8. Bodiford & Oo Spetial Agent.

*%rwbWmegmm t six foe1"."W
Iatl whowis it
11" ad~m g free. Lidr11we mb
SUm. MgOuasu"&eu. .i.lids b. Abup
For eeli* Im Gelmeeville, FIrouis,'by
W M. JobuseouDuuggipt.

IRs wommas

i~ia~es ofig
SSS~n~iIU, *E mace
MI'.4.I MMaIS~Uf
pa t f $4do14 as .w

Ctmur siersmsoup


w -biu

LOW Lull"

The Atlantic Coast LineOUi. M

People all over Florida: see the Atlantic Oat Ui, e
"Purple Folder" for schedules to the JamestoW'n bp
sition "Two daily trains each way with through
man Buffet Sleeping Oware. d l;.i. e
Ramfn siTt.v dave anndf iftmrn rdarnp'irit Au tm"amtL"

ticket on sale daily from April 19th to November '
at low rates.

Coach excursions at very low rates.
For further information see yc.ur nearest rail
agent (or write

Distrlt Passenger Agent, AtlantlO Cwet Line, Jacksonville, Fit,

Sohedulo Elt Arti Ail 0, 1.0L

Arrive Arrive Arrive Anv
....... ...Live Oa*.... 401 I 0 100I0 *
......DowiUs Peak..... L a Lv aL T 10 t L 9V S
... May Juaottea.. ... 3. v l,, 1 Lv 8
lit! 10 -, L"Y.T.1 JLt
owlitg Park for all sta utoasd from Live Oak sad Pury, am ai
r Mayo. Altoa iam aIl aletulate potnse
moneoUoan with othe es 'phone or eall o Genera) Psassseus



ci owimDuII

1 a Ta Ublator

Lightes Shift I Lightes l analg I The
Obhamplo Speed Writers of the World
se the PaY8-Sholes. More Pay-sh.llw i
use ip I lanewvlle than an either maebine.

For Sale by....

THE SUN, Ginmile, Fla.


Air Line Railway


Two Zi4ant Trains Daily:



Modern.Pullman Equipment

The Jamstown E xpstiUn e

Norfolk, V .

Ixuuo bk~oplr U). Daily.

ye fta hI Wbbemsl


an I 40 M AW*,


F, T!


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IA an .f'l

tni i tCte a em1'y 1on the
water or p
d to .
mos us, and to have at

-b extrn on th
ring Ifee d rJ16eSa
pablio sad' private te, to
Sad carry on the ba ines
attad apply )o o-
lightt. heat. a power, to
ot, lase and carry on the
SoammealtioB Wytele
S or other mans of
i aie od to opstrt and
Sthe poles, wiree and utru
neooeay to carry 0 said bust.
ad itoe 4ape Goa lly In the
1 P OWff service orporar
S a be deotrmand by the
Mw 1v r W to obe advantaeous
Wslaees ot the corporatioo.
orperauon shall have the right
steb, make and perform and
out contruts of every kind and
tio with any peoron.I~fm, a
or cerporatlio. T rht or-
h all have the right to bor-
uo upon the leme of war-
s. boo ior other negotable secur-
S ot ci orporatlo, to purchase
, an~d rlasoe sar of Its own
W to6k. to bI, sep. own, and
n of share ad to ake
O pes p tosha share, bonds,
e or obligatrt s all other
or paroeM watoever
ar loatd or or tUaed,
owner or bolder therof
a xaroe, stookel. dadl
to o exeref au rights.
and privlege of owner
nbd to *amobgr L
Into aad to I xere any and
powers thereof.
erporatlon hall have, use
hy a&ll the rights, poers, and
granted to corporations tor
1 under the laws of the State
iPorlds. The foregoi shall be
mtrud both as to object and
S nd It s hereby expressly
edthat the foregourg p psoe
shall not in any way iMalt
t the powers of this earplr
ICLE S-The capital stock of
ton shall be One Ra-
4 Dollars divided Inat
sand shares of the par
One Hundred Doltai aeh.
tock ~hall be paid In. nl lawtl
of the United States. or a
ta property, labor or ere
valuation to be bAe
at a meeting to be
CLE 4- The term for whit
tlon shall exist, hall be
e years from the date of
5. oBe. I-The bualness
rporation shall be conducted
nt, a v ie-presoldmt.
d treasury, and a board of
SThe number of dtirw*
be tinresed or diminished
we. The eeon ha
Sthe holder at
S MiW s All other oat*
ot this corporaUton
"slaawly by the dt-
i agWOSag of thie
S S L be beM s ta e as2

no fit yat Jtoao

as as s"Now



ad asa

Sato of flod" AS.I
mai sroat 0j =. I1He)dI
Rit&A oe wpo,1
to o aU omaw

wR w yrw waw IF
foregoing artcles. saI who serwally ac
4 as th atU the y su
aMe or tth perpou
letters potest sad oa
etaft ftdaing ad


2&Ora wm~

smut for service

0 itr n. Cly a., 0 de S southern Lines
Sr Me dey s a to i. BOST ON and
sa liar fr of e h o Mt -* *4 B.
S her ,tW B the onble daily Mr r It -t
tioos w cat and *****Lwi'Whar, B
0el to sad for es 81 tB' the following Our ..* *****a ..Jakovll
,r of sharm t pow*0 e hWOn Utn of afford a 44 4
ato. to seother con veni4ons JChfs6 xie *
s, fifty 0 bheld I an opportuil tor Betw.* JAO2WO 85 Md SAna
ryter, Pis., fltty visids*m .th eoatown Expcltlos, Btogppln Petbe, Mator. Bw*ef(( |.attliate Landia
IWperted A Uagement whereby M s. $. 40xw.i
ro P., fft (so) t retua ptos of uickes Mdin teamer '"OITY OF JACOKSONVILLE"
v, Pta, one (1) 0fr omSu ? 9omI Is appolmte4 sa es a ufll0we11 LeOSe JksetJileS Bondays, Toeed&s. d
Portsmotth, Virginia, without ddl Tiagrdayst, Wp .. Res"relag, leave taford, Monday,
Uar c-, one (1) tioal barge. This alone ctalnly N Wednooelss ?r iday. :80 a. m.
makes the seaboard epeuly Mat ----
u, V4a, one (1) t ati. Normbo.
t orpora T r a cement now oot .................. ................Arri .up.
eN 1dadopt to have the 0 isrdt Baptists assem- ******.. .....*********** s* .."........A..rave" 8:"pa
t f hSble a I acuaville, moving from o sm.................... ................... .Up
at a em there the same train-oMne ght Arrive 8:80 a....."..... e ..,..... :
bera11my a I y.This, too, will m ,k as. .....k*0.,.,.006
tbAt purpe..0 tih trip m3 p0leant. PASI OENGR AND MM"T O tr!.i lW. BAY ST., JAOK8ONVILLE
we haveV her oa wUer matu ad .I U xm -. I. A., Jakueonville, Fla..
sad seas this C. BTbYI.STON, o T A. .. ol P .
0, A.nitapt' 0e0 Psung-S Aena, ,1oM Poem, T.P. A., A. O.H3AMTT.G(. E. P. A.,
D RIC. Assistet Gewal Passengw Ant, joBk.ll, MA. Pir N ., N w York,
S. HUDON, JAckonvulle, Florida. 0. H. TATLon, P. T. M., 0, 0. Jaow, G. P. A.,
D. TURNS -m- aO BrodwaL, eow York.
COSNN NOTICL L..D. loMin, T. t. A., L. & Ecaom.U O. A.,
A. BBTACIL To All Whom It May Concern: Jacksoville. Fla. !bebrg., Fla.
(eAl.) Tab note that I shall apply to W. G.JCoon. a. F. As o., Oot" SMaG. F. A.,
ha County the pardo ning board of the State of J n.le, Fla. Apas, Pie Rl.New York
. 1907, 8. D. lorida, at Tallab asse, Florld s, on ,. ,
F. D. Turner, L. or after the 11th day of May, 1907,
w, J. A. Beach to ask for a remission of the fone Im- "V "L .XL .ZTeed. Of
4 known to me posed on me at the tall term of the
mSbeorid to tho roilt Court, Alachua county, Flori
fnowledged be. da, on November 24, 1906, the
bearibed to the charge of aggravated assault. r
;s of obtaining OO. W. HAWTHORN.
rter of the A-pril 0,1907.
oemet Co April 0, 1907.

tepther PUTPoM tha'Mfl*x- 311w UU .&

am*S d~r lAp .197 DIR ROET. 0- BOWERS,

Joj0 = une DENTIST.

Pr .Cob..Pty5 Whe. C, ffasPaneN. tRei.oc N. 0

ra L cm Fe .uati itj CARLISLE,

We o a *~l~YO b~rac bei.And Solicitor In Eut
aWe.d wto fmolhesivoAbtrimactum beef- -
on. ith msoIileis frImat~ingTiFullofea-l Estate, oavoyagelag a O
1 ws mag TtleOfors. al tt oeiei .All business Prmmt Q)
All_______$11011060d ______U 0116.. GAunwtmu, Fwaw*1,

Proewetl DR- -.R-ATZAAN*

Ct ebds 5t. LkrD31 r
OPpoe I064 Over Daum 0 s' 3.ak. Bain".Y14
Rofl.Top Desks
and all kinds ot
Masde to ordor as
"016040 at" DR- D3VuzE`B. xONIBIe
I RE we desldns before aoF IT

MAL4TY. O ~rMuaarenmisdll'fm.Pes.?9-3 r~we

Alesbasa emall ftis 80,Samm inATTORNSEAY LW

tooest 2 d. wlus W Gazsvitad 11106:Be

dew amp Som~me e wla list of wbal ra amm W.. 31db
saW, 170. Potatoes. ie e .0" Saft _________________
dsa U- k 1a 21.-M -V e.


0"NEVILEft bs 0.,flh

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Florida East Coast Railway
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via Uup mw mbsm at Sulp-a *a I*Me tlssh&S

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ii~,''';r , s~L

El bafeit d wMt
1 to*fe awn *~ ah

adbd, bia lassatb h
-d"abor wa o s
is the h otet;~ t .
I 0I9" diM .! .

scln honat happ c th o to
t StS""h
,jagth tir Io man .w SL

ded, bay ut ntam o the elad u b

of an f wah o ew aIn mid he
ai, de ash er en d t d WIg le *n

poted thedltmedt lu -'ilrty t
SWith an IadiAn. wtarwocP s
bdu the off tis e lr. a

'Acinity who hiWMiiD to Dbe 6
or that hAVr, ithe oto tho the et

the oddfs w hoo agalt hIm Bade the
qdickest tirbe possible s t the b lron-
wav leading to the & d 4 loo" "W the
Williams bulding Stad qtaeoe t;a- a
tas the oaurian bad Whaei the mat
i tail as a weapOndb, t t.elMdt t
iWho dared approach him. However,
a rope was secured ad with the aid

f a long ole, thrown about the
psbature'a neck. He was drage
riY, "A. 1t0 c l lo h o,

ack to bis haunt n toe rea of the
hotel. and dumped Isettle"sly Into
ithe pool with a splaah which awoke
mway of the luets.
The first picture to omAe Into the
ainds of thoe ywho were thus sudden

Utors who felt ro re there was
tragedy on band. Woal the matter
Sexplained all w re urned to their

qrters, the gatherr ank beneAth the
rippling surface of hie aquarium
rion, these clerk drew a IO igh oft
elief, and matternd settledd down
Ito the sal quhetud of a hotelry in

t he small hours.
& Carnegie Givet to oewanee.

CtaEcin or B. C. Whggon, of the dnt-
rf'y of the Sou th, as Maboued at
loa ion of ed60w. e from Andrew-
Cto hge, to be devoted to there ereO

to, of a scientific hall tor the unlter.
ttj. The gift l mads on oeadlthloa
rime, the clverrewy IoM be prepe-f to heut.
The Life Incuranoe

ruddie has started the pebli to

asuch Tsu and n.bM. y ex -lci e .
LL. w oB.el to f t .ewas-

v -eap tarted a -lam- to their
rig ofthig wodgegrfa oreparaduc
they ae a ll usln It. ja orte plo.

n,,i- sTRoedeted th.

The Pold of PubllWee Wof 6f tne
City Of Gaa fte v lI will Ir oocei fte m isled
"u" to F'riday. the Ud Of may.
IW at three o'clock P.0 I 01at W I4
44, tot' The cons'udijoeg M1rk
W ot wall.botJh d is01dSwelg
1tr rallch, dupUag* jWork an
'tr.et M sormS4ao
Udbuldlag 0ofhe soiweot
2e steaudwak -MU ia We
4 1* 1.and 4extea %n4
fWS eK .the wM~e
mrftM r.Robsbd's mo bsoi 4
~W 4
Uobrabeb. k
teTabgrgmede Mo eru

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Who will come and get a Savings Bank and start a BSvings Account In the new bank
which will be opened by PHIFER BROS. in their &lndsome store building on the
Southeast corner of the Square on MAY 16t, 1907.

THE SUN Proposes To live Away $1000 in Cash:
To stimulate the great, grand cause of Saving Money. There are hundreds of
Gainesville people who never save a dollar; they never think of the "rainy day"
that is certain to come to all. To save spare change or a part ot one's earnings is
all a habit, which, onoe 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 intejeet
money twice each year, so that your savings are really earning money for you.
Everybody has friends or acquaintances who have been more or lees sucoesmfl in
financial way, and in ninety.five out of every hundred of these instances the
success that perhaps makes you envious was started by the bank savings habit,










ROIt IS NOwWt ARI 001Ki TO hulf TIK Ati P0 t1 1

Every person renewing their subscription to The SebOmi-W- WS n for one year
Daily for three months or who subsribes for The Gainesville e mi.Wekly Sun for one
The Daily 8un for three months, will be entitled to one of th-e handsome pocket
charge and will receive credit at Phifer's Saving Bank for q1`t .L
---,,--,,,,, ,------------," ."--,--

Daily Sun $5.00 Per Year; $1.25 or Thn

Semi-Weekly Sun, $o.b Per V

Get in line and be among the first to secure thi

. You


6 %,-*
pt* *

*, ir4~.V

S I h
-~ lv-,
lv. ~ r

free of chrI

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!' f '\^-'

, ,

Only pur t used f Owt
Sbaking lr.
I B. NHouse fo u tI 8. Univrsity
. street. Apple at TO@ & UnIversity.
J.v w. Wiamsm of Hish Strings
was a busita visitor tO to hs otty
Tue. day.
Dr. Lucretia Robb left yesWater


stomach dorders-Its con- *.
tinted use means permanent
injury to health. ,
qFollowing the Advice of medical
scientists, Engiqd and France have
passed laws prohibiting its use
in bread making.
qAmerican housewives
should protect their house-
holds against Alum's wrongs
by always buying pure Grape
Cream of Tartar Baking
qPare Grape Cream oJf
Tartar Powder is to be had
for the asking-r

Buy by nm-



ku of General Intst btG .
ared by Our aR.sr
Ha Happenedsad What is O Go
SNAppn Told in Short
to That "He Who Runs May Read"

*auz for r -nt. A. L. VIdal *
0 papers for sale at this olIe*.
14%a April 11. Saunders &

S;l^li;d at Hunter &6 d

tO oo for sale. J. N. Bone,
InK H"1,rwu of OCa a is at'the

calling cards in latest styles
I rell t riter at this
frle 7 nta
__ for sale at t&is ooes.
2 per hundreds
Ani e Hially of NeWbert y W .
SS. ,tLb a ve .
T om aong tho sh i ow.t

e.- b be b*

the p

*W_ _ __ _

Jesse Clark
business trip

has returned
to points in

from a

Deputy Sheriff L. E. Story of Wind-
sor was In the city on official business
Bread, pies and cakes baked in the
morning and delivered once a day.
City Bakery.
For Rent-Lower part house, suit-
able housekeeping; near square. Ap-
ply Telegraph office.
J. H. M. Kirby aud J. J. Smith of
Wade were among those who spent
yesterday in Gainesvllle.
Furnished cottage to rent for the
summer. Apply to Mrs. Chapman.
701 N. University street.
E: G. Maddock of Fairbanks wan
among those who came to Gaines-
ville on business Tuesday.
Monroe Venable, the naval stores
operator of Archer, was tran acting
business In this city Tuesday.
Mrs. 0. 8. buff, who hap been in
this city for the past few weeks, left
yesterday for her home In Allegheny.
J. J. Haymans. the naval stores
operator who owns etensvtre places
at Lochloona sad elsewhere. is on a
brief visit to his family In his city.
Mrs. Obas. Mddy and her guet. Mrs.
W. A. ftubM.. ot Omana Heights.
wWre rua0eaW at the Brows Reas
yestay. hav eme to Ga nsvl e
Oa a ohs" Im tour.


Cheapest Store on Earth.



Lady Corset

The Corset that Is cmO

fitble and durmel adek

for Anican l omn.. Gu.

Muted to give utifate.

We have the eiduslve

gec y omd void be p lud"

to Ih lyo tr ne. LirU

lineto ict n hbtmn.

bitobow tha Cinln1

Jr . 0. 3.-4lesw

D5 P-na,,32&9

morning for Talahasaee co preie-
sional business.
Just reoolved a barrel of freUh
water fish from Olyatt, FPi. Mot
Bros.. 'phono 9.
For Sale-Two Clyde Line tickets,
Jacksonville to New York and return.
Apply at this office.
Dr. W. C. Johnson of Micanopy was
amoug those who spent yesterday in
this city on business.
It'F a flu flavor-The Blue Ribbon
Vanilla is an extract of the highest
quality, delicate, yet full of strength.
I house and lot for sale at a bargain-
thro, blooks from Presbyterian
church. Seven rooms, all modern
conveninoes., J. W. Blanding.
1I. L. Flowers, an extensive cross-
tie contractor of Willetord, was in the
city on business Tuesday. Mr. Flow-
ers employs a large number of hands.
Oscar N. Sanders of Trenton was
in the city yesterday. Mr. Sanders
is a citizen and treasurer of Levy
county, but conducts a business at
Mis Ethel Armstead of Alachua
passed through the city Tuesday on
route to tier home from South Florida,
where she has been on a visit to rel-
atives and friends.
Lost-Hull gyp, white, with black
spot on ears next to head. Has mange.
Information leading to her where-
abouts will be appreciated. H. G.
Kennard 808 8. University street.
E C. McLeod of Kendrick is In the
city. Mr. McLeod, who is an ex-
tensive business man, has moved his
family here on account of the superior
advantages, and is on a visit to them.
J. L. Winter, Dr. Andrew Jolly and
Conductor Boring wbre in the city
from Waldo Tuesday, having come
douwn on thp former's railway motor
car. Mr. Winter is master carpenter
of the Seaboard.


for Apalseble, having failed to
bear aaythtdg is reply to the l W.
ram s asseM g the death of hi
sister. Mtmi IUla Mand Thom,
which ocslcrred SInday. In t
were forwrded from it 4
domse to eub" md
To ^w^w ^^ S^^S-
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tor thV best printed statutory at
lowest prices call at The BSn offie.
For Rent-Rooms for houseke-plsg,
furnished or unfurnished. Aply 90I
N. University street.
For Rent-Three desirable roonu
for light housekeeping, one block frma
,square. Apply 109 N. UniversIty t.
Wanted-Bright, active white boy
to work In shop. Address Look Box
643, or apply on premises, 1109 N.
Grove street.
L. C. Williams of High Springs and
S. P. Nipper of Newberry were aMuoug
those who visited the county capital
on ueslness yesterday.
M. 8. Obeets, the efficient deputy
In the offteo of County .Clerk S. N.
Wlenges, has returned from a coabla*
ed business and pleasure trip to Jadi
Mrs. I. B. Burts of Tampa, after a
visit of a month to relatives la this
city. left yesterday for Palatka, her
former home, where she will spend a
few weeks, returning to Tampa about
June 1.
Miss Osteen, one of the efficient
teachers of the High Springs school,
was in the city yesterday on busti-
ness connected with the office of
County School Superintendent Dr. J.
L. Kelley.
Mrs. S. A. Stewart of Orange Lake,
mother of Editor Geo. W. Wilson of
The Times-Union.' has returned to
her home. after a pleasant visit of
several days to Mr. and Mrs. R. Dal.
gre, West Church street.
Marcus Endol, for many years a
succcessful business man of this city.
but now making his home in Jack-
sonville, is here on a combined bust-
noes and pleasure trip. ills friend#
are glad to welcome him.
Mrs. Sarah Estell has returned to
the city, after a pleasant visit to
friends in Tampa. Her many friends
will regret to learn that she expects
to leave next week for her home in
Bellfontaine. Ohio, but trust she will
return to spend another season la
our city.
Among the prominent Iast End vis-
Itors to this city is Major C. Dunn of
Windsor, who is a guest of R. Wixon,
East Liberty street Major Duna,
who Is one of The Sun's oldest and
most valued friends, made this ofice
an agreeable call yesterday, renewing
his subscription.
I will buy from you or sell for
you, at private sale or auction, any
household or kitchen furniture, or
anything else you wish disposed of.
During my 30 years' aperence la
this business I've never had one onm-
plaint of not having give atfIs
tion. P. M. Oliver,
Mr. and Mrs. 14. C. Oase ud Miss
Gage of Sandwich,. I., who hate been
here for several weeks guests of
Col. and Mrs. W. H. Palmwr, North
Oalne*ville, have returned to their
home. They wre well pleaded with
Galnesville and her people, and will
probably return early nest eason.
J. L. Hague and L 0. 0Conelo of
Tyler were In the eity terdary, the
latter calling at The ha office and
Shvlag his same snroled on the sub
acription list of The Sean. Mr. Con
nell Is a merehat of Tyoler, and an
all-round good man. 'Mr. Hague is
also well known and popular. having
beon reared at Hague, I this county.
He is foreman of shale department
of the Tyler ILamr Company.
R.. A. Tnom left Tuesday nlit

T Contine
Ofeezt Poetoffile.)

Belgnning April lot we willjmt o
our Summer rate of $4 per week-at
m-eale-nd $4 trading itekewL 8stles.
ly fp*olos.es in every repeipt. Two
large eleetkie fan., iaosrlageenann.


Coffee the best. Evertbth
otee. Game cooked to odr
for sportsmen.
OPEN EARLY aod l'$#


Aad keeps o relieved of "tht
Ielig" whob heavy. ssirey brei1
oseu ato miea e.
it you do WO keep oG wbolgel o e
otr sabefor. sis ati (refs& evnr u4
SUved at your doo br b
beoe 16*. R. T. HToRAm


NodlUe, Books, Sttl
Soueair, Shot Pit
alnd Pktre Fmnies ....



Electrical Snp
Agwcy ftr leison Byelms
done prompiU1y lleettlal
of all klada.1

113 W. UNION


Fresh Saltwater Fl
i i iA

(In rear of Fornitulr Ckeol
------ ?
1 am now prepared so
bhe trade with she bos rt
affords li this line. Phone .

T. F. TIU ]


NEW 0000....

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~s, Up Th* Oe55p

'~elsVveo Ajewid MI3iq

Abe i~osIs par.
bNa~ tIM

vtba*bon at bwk *ve

Of l~ises alasI ws &add-
zA, Al .#wthe imat. URI ta

mof *k,$holt at ,tan
B-- I es rtbi wouUld rem.

B il W linouag pl t1t4ed.
Ah-to Printer, Wh, He
i May 1.-L. DuealI
SAaiwe for 'the mKos Te
stonr I* -f(eq, shot sa billed
*iSth 's PrItAr. oan Sfoad
b on NOday at sooan Aams
t5e.,' fter which he walked to-
*ht polce taetk& a until be met
a"C O slta dAt have up.
tmApdy oewrred on aceoooat of
itmproper relations bebwees
ad Mise IUls Strong, a sister
the s5 who did'the shooting.
I tho word that was hard by
le t the srowts, Stroal ad
SSt n oaot oft mlth's priat.
y 9 sheot 0theuly ia trat of
4e ft aIesto a re Ae n atsto
issalMeslm. Sth was lta up.
y bn .ww k rta 6 la wdltk.
s ilayw tha tused lr sad
s o frt to got aver.

ut He Loeu of Life.
e MogaIbt. T44". May l.-A m-
p .ort w ore.v.d wbyne b Oo.restl
A ep4 l arly Tuafy oft"a fM
Sdt tas k that pb tIla" muts
E Moay aihCt, enutaltag oi U -
tdamaewa soder as ast W
at that hour, s Uit wtrh e
coprosm owned by Os m t)
company wef a104a1 o
Oweother buildfag
GUSllls Central dept,.
W hRoe Centralrs tla ea
trata was detained dt MQt 1
tW TWl hourn by the "lM I
o 0mtatloa of debris aeag the
Severe ltI and electrical torS
pNoeal Is thls violnity.

Ps* 4f. # May 1.-Cor,3O.
me". *ayew are charged
a l WlWr Kiley, another
Sasty. n the senior
a all the *vidce
etoeto the
byjdge arber.
h TeIm e "wo.
Nay i.-One

St b
i..^o the Ml,. ,ha the wil. i',. pth"

oat4 -as I *Wi$e e A sits'- hrthe has best
or.& l ta, fr .Wt pr = Ietle a 4 s ws not beD
aH| e110414 ade pubOUc G at6idAr meae, the
Sa t l o to the tea b doetr
t g the i of Mm e. i A U Vr, e.l*
l Ht4,ob. adim it' ip ow tAdTeolmane* -qa4- tf, erouk a. d ts W.
1 w1ho O Ntted .uwii ,d l.r eto*, e soUt to iso Co.
rouew*d t greatest $*A,*t f r lsp MQadey. Me ad 0 plans
.ituou it aroie on aout Of bW Vd the water w"eh would be kows
Ml. i M te o .tntl*** Th e Chi.O." Ahd bot n otel,
b VtM~e. PSmr wAt thie 4mentdr Th ao theatlweo due toopi ith.
4 X < a l.bt la muftctu, f Noo-d 14aa J Oor 1s o, and it i sxpMefd t
se l gotli'd and I hn hoe to th hotil' wil be ready aoon after-
ingag, lthe reveo trop.* W,

o he was de t to KI. p, whee t A V
'OWas Srrested a d tmprisoA toW two h A- SBurned, W-ith .a
arPa tatWar, ben"g released p tober,
I, s. on Oqaditon th0t Lwe oB M t .1 st,**
ot a rth Car abroad where shbemet t e e:
soe at'byt.al wap that 5et bAy owas3an er.o t& brake out at 11:14o-'elak on,
ob~iW 9ttthe e- an 55"M:3\ h pA"
Qof the Mpr ke obtie h t he organisldoa and married Taueay mobriotg ,tbt Re al botel,
rote U> thtt Kta lat at^ rottiad *CORPO-IO, 'M s ad re he d raprdljme me~tomlac eigh-
th i ot omatta does A few days ago Mme. Baramd ft- e fidn o twi h g-
Dto p#W ***o W bet M Is m]pIt eu a eI ta:lpened -* lo rp local
ot ,but Is a oprwst Ias ed twinaty*ve business irma, Inolud-
of a* u that her husbaBd was a traitor whoW MIt atoa bank and th
b ad e ocessfully planned the aihvulle Nato s al bank buildlas.
Imaty ig r r ne hr man's Putea. s pt l ^riabswit* T to M M Wwe
WiamAmt. Me y 1,- Pt aUt uevens proposed Ntoebri hslwffe W b ld 1 100,01 at betwen
WHMXO I*If MotS e to the department back o Russia I order to deliver hr O out an with ls ce
of'= Tue tasday, wwa t e departnth e the baadq of the police. The Tet about e'AtIs0.
S T. uday, eupresed the lW INu r rel it The orial of the A s taenow.
shzlnmrt ould hvs, hl ntree to 4 ^Sth?1 hork. mm m Id Vi. Isi,
Bi6 ltld 4i ir* id*t l out. *L L et t ttw'k. May li.~Ml at-
/g At. JtMWt W" VIAtltsed -e l e wa 2u years old, w-as brie
Tye of btaN a pota to e IS" mN"at"s" Mrlough ot10 teoth early Tuoueay ate tidl ow
Oklaheam, sad served thee grat t KS t gad the ive-story tetement at
ortiuo of a veT*y-r Afttoe a t he sot betg sal 01a39* alkt Tbirty-elghth street, Mie
LTeofwrth. u* theMoap and R .aowa lived on the top floor and
*aftr ine yeas of liberty was re- her esacpe was cut off by th. e ames.
marrested In KaMs City ad returned CORPORATION MAKESB ETURNS. The fIremen made sevemrl darilg r o
to prison. May, petitions have -tI O sof other imperilled tenants.
reached the preldeat asktg for h Central of G0rgIa Shows tInoeed
ardpa. 'e had lived in Kansau Valuatlon of Nearly M80, ,Lo by Fire of 00,00.
City uater the amoe of Chaies W. Atlanta, May 1.-tetrae oor i aI retn, 0., May 1.-t a of us-
Aaderoeas durlag the time he was at tion for 1907 tor a number of large know. origin late Monday aleth de-
liberty. ______corporations rqabed Ooutrer Ow* stwyd the plant of the Natloal Sove
Granted Alppleatio for aIl. eral Wright Monday, but olu to the W y. The los Is estimated at
T press of business, he has set yet had. 00 ; ovrd by aurace. ur
Lexingtos, Ky., May 1.-la the time to consider sad set ups thoe. hundred an are Idle.
elrcuoeit oagL Tueeday Judge Wal- That he wlU demasod eoasntlal
toer FPrkso shted the application 1 Iancreaes in most of the case, there arlng Way of resilphg Thanks.
Bl11 Britta, Of Bmeathitt county. anbe bue t little doubt, eomeldertg Madrid. May, 1..-m Gutn
hirgoed with th .eeaMlaton of Jas. what he ha ready do ad Aai bay, a newly elted y to t
Oekrtill, t hskea, JW 3. 0, the subject. ba Af U1 0.t
hr ball wi amontat At 7,.500. The largest Moeters eovc a wthatcoe to his thaas to his
The bond a yet bee aigaed. of 'the OCetral of GeorgSe Meiway *S*m tMo MgSb o s own
Sltton was t W Ie I at wOk, beut ompnyI. The OWl total t pese a at h. g? perU se
the jury disvprgA. At a provoo was $14,0U,, as against ," alone wIll be the bs der, a He will
taft he 11% ebtiso*4 to iAne ia5ris* 3.S9at 1i08. As Iu hasn WW raw undertake u put' far young bulls to
amest. H1 ha. bees to Nl here ahows of $470.8, buht toIn t the *word in the premes of the elec.
alao Deembsg, 1)06. for 1 0 was lnot6d sPU.MT of Ate tho S the rs
s "ad -beads. w.eooly p6I0.1K cc of the bul will te o toup tto a*jolint
Wholesale Aite by Polee. ulcah old boasa bdon to abI thi nesM Wthen ilbe dib e am"
Wsmw. M- F* odU167J..Mum.r. It Ib thes"*. ep oo .. or.uw .
&e ft loy w f 4 e N w hos this a t to oomMeei the t s S or G!ra < t*1
4ertmters, kSe Msd btetp e. eIO OeSatIUl etmrs tr IM U hW ra l m
plmege have, po4 iH to *e 0 M eor oo of M o P-W.. Of Dsf tefSteMeefor ThisM Mon.
O May Iy so- athdtb' A*ll toal *nt W S, tIheI"trs ra- omeas, N*6.. NO ty 1.-A aSpotJ
%tam% wntl l- t kes .ht tose put an t t..,, lan tr- Grsad Islant. Nob., Tesary
*o 41ed 4eooie The sWes 5a efl resat H5.ft wht"h Io the mImirs ms that Joha HS naulb. w

mihis whelnq.&a e' ft d

MIners#4 Tftis.
Tokis. May 1.-5 tfu .55O
have broke00 oat Stm tW oa
ser'esaw ~w vm A&M u
woY s@Now* b 1us
teowb ~l~i-&-o
-. --A"pa~
nd wi btMesathe 5 00
sad sombeas be* dIt WMiwee

%Meaqt Capi a;Tom bemeW.I
Carietl. N. 0., atI.dh
$athe vtawhamsteteamm ft
fty aw~em a ms wls a Sme.
N. 0,. omxm VWs u~d* am
Gob*e wesdrOWSeL bSOn9"M MM
t"e beak ow d roseqe -mu
smd tv*w amotheaset$am
ahe beat #Ovsd themglv
meUe to "" ft a
VoatsmrAlt1., IW
d ote ftr te- olm "ls a

amo nt turned t h the bmism of
the sew deA-w4- e.%-w breh .

ftvauash. av.. May 1.-4isg
PwufIL" aO ttmr tk w ow 00
ofM MWV. M. towM t, A. ,. Ui
yem. J. R. Maleim ad & T. D-
m. Jr., the last f Now Tefk. we
the mrgeotwm. The e"a peap ti
1 >1er>Ited with a mpit s.,*
s. Mr. Sweet eammim ham th"
tavmea **w by the ee y o k
p drttly pract The meaham wi
wt by the esctsea pmefs tM A mS
Matoed tht it will plMk ,0W
posft of coutes a day.

New York. May 1.--acob Frank,
M aUes tor the New Tork LAfe l-
wUase empa.y, ft this eity. wu
ite4 Tuday charged with 1 r
ry t*I the thing der.ve, to0 cos.
ta wth the rMsMt *!e UtoK t
kss Sb tW0 o attOy f I t

has beeo trial for ewal taes
apr the hmter of hegl u*, et
that *y, has bbees faed m gy t
murder I the Arat dgre, wath pV.
tshmaut axed at haualeM. eM n.
amo wu rMan dMa s almta,
iMe tum a pr qm atod to
mo"anpar bI a emdval. be
reMted Ms attesims. sad hbe lot
Mr. Ihe lMe svdw momte" lWIe
We a r" atof Ithewo=m.1

St.$oh..N. IP. May jl-4be
oatlin"waeen eno~m4 TOM&siY. wl
41 C* catc si3tIM I at seVeralthoNsAM
knt wer am tatof but seam~.Tim.-
WyUsm stemew" an e m EI&t"e
beatg t y ewr. sawin e*my in.

~b **Anew aat pW.00

L~ 65Liteirmy and Debating iSOC
.a gpe oc&ial Club.
The Ledjm i terary and DAO'

i'OI Assm"h 5 hrough~wtt the I
clsy yM, "Op meeting- hAVkbw
wall &UtS*" M mmlimch !""I
sWWn 18IM 55 sefts chose', "d

0.0MSI mseIm asgiven
tabl"W pad rm residents. woId
me Oectumee. aoby 311m. F-K
g1i a" UMWby pRev 11r -,"I

go ch'us agird ood
Ubs@ T"aww tee$d I

It oo a Wd to a1

d oom ttoo




M. lt at LumbernB(
S ; llt Timber.


Ther bWee* Worked Up ani
".Mof'Ie y Opecial Agent A. ,
" W t Upon the Case for
M o N~iil .WItnses, Exam
$uE g the energy of Cap
Patil. wi aS t of the 0d
.Sta8W* it ORice, who is ever
6'r Itueast of the public
d1M.1 1r the United State n
1!g e lf t f the most important
0of treawJe tried In Florida for
0 4 rA M bft just come to a.
14 the I.tIU States Court for4
tKU', IMrict of Florida at
pa, ristta In a verdict of $1(
agUlnut prominent lumberman.
It~ws through the efforts
4i1Wdaea2 of Special Agent I
that the Oe was prepared and
Mated :to O court. Captain
Worked 4eB and faithfully s
* 0vidOe, and many witnesses ti
the Tam Morning Tribune
the 89th O1t contains the follow
a rw4$ to the case:
."VYdlt i favor of the Govern
Sr $11,00 was brought into f
eourt yesterday by the petit JurT
the Ce of 'ihe United States vs.
Q. Welle, wealthy lumbermua
Neoatee ~* punty. This e
Mha l l!felt interesting Uf
atthis. term of the court. The t'I
I3tM wa fopresened by District,
%t0W, ,0 1 M. Cheney and Assi
Xrk** Ato'rMey Marks, the forl
lAkita the address to the jury
the ge0muieat, while the latter
ft the rOgatatUon of evidence. 1
S- after witness was examined I
severl days were consumed in I
"Through Its witnesses the Govr
meat showed that Mr. Welles b
lhilped about 1,000 acres of
e inmet land of timber, the Gord
meat showing the actual number
stamps left as evidence that the t
had be i telled. Mr. Welles maintl
a bM lu ber plant at Nocatee and
contint@on was that the lumber
been hiwn as product for this
.The defense was repres*nt-d
SarkMan & Carter of this city.
by TradwOll & Treadwell of Arm
W. A. Cater and John A. Tread
attending the trial for their spec
Arms. Durtai the progre! of
trial, all produre was Btayed at
po0at, while the jury was taken to
to mouWty and shown the tract
leed to have beeo despoiled






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*~to Meg, *0

~ .~t~In %the-In-
W" these

7.1n events Of

~W~a1F-aajyedbr. thoe


Va *wow

Well K~nown Veunsg WeMan Plaesm
Away at Apaiashleelo Svoilar.

pagwer PS pr T daye Dilpy Spn, .
--R efro r Ai telegram, wa reo1revd l thisl
alUhrdaion Is one o6f the most utty Sunday alght announoias the
youna .,. of South death. of Miss Liian Maud, duhter
i., S. Se4 t hte w ,. of Mr. and MraL 0. A. W. Thomas.
.i wgenatly nows 'by hb o0 whichh occurred In Apalachicola during
Bdg. OUEST. Sunday. after a brief Illness of
BrlghtE' disease.
An Omlmlon. Deceaseed wu well know, ti this
n IsIa ts Sunday Issue cona city and county, where she was born
a niotlo of the annual metUn4 and reared. She was a young lady
Wal Wlace Post, 0. A. R., to- of fine lmtelaliuce, and her ambition
I wih a list of officers elected in youth was to matter the profession
o term. of tacking. She reached the point
60, tsh ot the moment, the of her ambirJon, bavin bteeWn appolir-
I ft losing the Worna haing ar- ed a teacher. She oduoted schools
tA aome manner the same of throughout the country for several
IMl P. Morrow one of the oldest years until health compelled
Sl atl numbers of thb her to reltl that Vocation. As
etwlt. Col. Morrow w5 a teacher abi- alw.hy a uccqK,
0the election of seNs "nd was V esnlsr maug both
( while m patron and e a t of whom rte-
lt bear e was s1tet )Wa rtted the of h r relinquish-
-, -...f.t. -: .her proM
Co^-. s t o, ,c e. em* wi a jmber of the
.1 ^- IfYeta Deept Btt chqk4'a6d reptar at.
1 d th i&$ i ;n eW Hrblne tamdant at ai _046 alon g sorb
u4 you will "t .,tast. reiew., to 'eboth woALd p. tt At the tW of
Stucst liver repuleter. A posWt v be 406t .h. l fahi tbirty-tat
|:J4 for Constipation. Dyops*. Mas year. sb. h e k SO bI patnt.
Chills and all liveH eOqa gat8. tW O broth I. A Nel H.

Seasre cure for a tUiptMgan. with her paretas ( ie cOtty,
re (ver. which Ia s* d TheSympatu o t QA 4 "lsity
i at It has dot' for ay fsmty. o to xtemdod to t" a l*I th hour
il W .Johnson,. f bereavement.
.. ..... 'The fuTeral awt ~inm at have not
,et h eI T.U bat t: ear. s m

ft F. THOMAS d"a b* 1s 6


--- A"
aNBW 000" 4 flow

f differ.

i t f l ex.
ready for
'at moment

S 1-K i~.i ;F. For


,#l .nes d ,am.,,, o *tb y

plan i oami fighting. Ki ,wteat it '... c _.-,.. __. p .'
4: lazi Odom 0%

atip* [.eaa ooomlofrtab mopyt.
a etM ther home of B ar id, when
Jiae 4piproa oed, and th Il how
the tremble bWan. It 'lo iealt tat
Jam,, de,,,ed of s ,,pano tadeat

tm ippon r0 ,mo. When O ro
Jae etdPWnd to Aorot ot. A
i soumna no rtu"atelr i nait 0610 P007 a -.-,o
ees -that powftul strepa thli o "b"bb-- .. b
namesake, of ancient times o02ess6ed
ktro is hal, Oheo ,nce s t the worstI
of the dlElcly. Th'wey re. both
mos^ and ralsnedi< fto f shti.
Wt a sentence of $3. 0and costr
wa lmpo aon each.I I TUnI F IIl
Starts randt Ctstrrhai Hadsehas
are iskiey relieved by NoAxi. is i e Fla
*ooths tbe ooefssted nmmbrases, al-
tay iflntmmailua and thorooghly
bea)e 4a44 oe)leans, [S kiOstiolt
;all ,sh frp.soageehosetdee Io High-Class 'n aress and O adle Horss
ioeoun andi baeonis dryI. Qrc lds, aorn
throat troublEs, hboMetMte, bay o. H
fever, "'lsopp4 up" a* ,breathiog *
throog Imouth. while tueplpai, offeo.
.1.w aith., e t is astiseptie and "Good breeding is as essential to a high-
i eal ordrugs havi l class horses it is toma highe Mtass man r.
the "draK habit." *
WV 'S VAWAI bA poltWACTYIO3. , ^ 0.w
J. IA.Brodon, of. t Ua.tlo nal 41 K r
Co Dwayo, Ohio. writ4 under date E18TRT NO. ,It i
of 0.iat 1 n, 1 06 S aO osY i4 ,the01 only
ppast I hav.e. overaes he io*- 'tSiwdar Bred masifloe. Triabl37j. O.t of he dam of To mmy Bri-
plioves my atie tso speed l *an d2.06g, ste. Brown sallt6o. IBM hands. Trotter. Bred by Toinmy Brit
pine .tlr. lam Kemtles the Bras real Waten. t ind er of m a ble ad B ibbooo.
pleasantly. I am gnuetfd the ist re]Leingteon, Ky. Sired by Puince lot ladle, 248)j.-The grsn c.(!B
pleasure out of breathing that I have
experieneed siee I eontreeted oatarrh
slI yart ag Mybey would aot buy C Or CDO
Mi tube of NosA (fI Icould not get GhTr T 0. 14
another." /.
Buy No UxA fro J. W. Mo0olUm & Bay stellIon. One. of the Greatest Combnlation Sadd)e and Her
Co. and W. M. Jolaeon, GainevUlil Horses ever bred toin Kentueky. Sixteen hands, weighs 1,00 pound. Pefo
get your mosey baek if t9.satisfied. conformation. Winner of numerous Blnd Ribbone at leading Horse h
Sample tube and booklet by mail 10. He has ben deelared=by aoy horsemen to be one of the hapdbomeet indi
BRowi N a crU amet OA o0ale in America. Be has proven himself a. reat sire. He Is a rowerfu h
BSt. Loole, Mo. atn d nville, Tenn. remarkable astloo. Trote In haraey and goes fve *aelts under the it
Sired by the eelebraed Ohester Dare, dam by Me-seeT Chief, Jr.
Kinoald-Newbern. KEEPS and ORtTER McDOWELL are at she head of the Siandi
There wa as quiet but happy mar- Stok Farm Stud; Gaiesitle, Florida. Terms: 63.00 per eanon, with re
rag. at the residence of Mrs. W. C. privilepe in ease mare to notjoled. Tb eeeoutage Florida breeders. i d
Newbon Sunday evening at S30. sion of $10 will be made ftom abov4 pries if the n is paid promptlY. rhi
when Mr. Ray HamIlton Kibeald of oiuthird the hargb that woold be made in Kenteeky. If youdesireto bf
LTre Oai was married to Miss Letl d-write as one. Address: *
Ue NewbeAn ofW ti ciety.
R Jame Lae of IeAdvent churcb Soe ivNel Sto lis Farm .
being parent. N3a 1 ewbera e a OAINBAVI LB. FLOR
vitally read i a oGainesville. and G r 1 .1
Is a cban yr n lady, while Mr. o C

o tri nLveOa 0. N. Saders Compan
*bher they will make their j$tur. *' ---DEALRB IN-.-

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trsout i5,tW
I" .twie&.to a

BlD ry of Phll l$g.'

asr N 64wnVamSOIt -'
alsof R et b tl N h-

S days ago t1is .'
been at imln",hetow
UPr Pi *trMatm It i W

Holder. He notloodfroth -M
of the groups tha tO wu
I ndlative of #bsphat9 dOut 0
ad b o wan M
during which he aAthe44 at Io
' t h, bones. stS o W
owner of his dMl ove, sat 4
nete to proceed ,wth the swr
exploration in a p oW nowa
rmiult was tht bo "ae r d fl
P yro perty in sevoe pi p ;l ,
domr, fhe he dlesowivr od W
moset ipexab uedblet the ot
exples coming witmen a iots om
artice. The deepest O th
sunk so far sto eight o ,wh tl
M alnh. the vein.
e xpert, 1n cOa 'wi
Holder aad J. If -
of NewnansvtaO0, @4 9
city Monday, bringing a half
Il of the depoeit to Dr. i
op, the chemiate f4.r'*.~SM l
They also brought aome 4f th
b a shark's tooth and the ottO
e animal which had eesa na
*. to The Sun office, where
Depo te Aroe U te a
Expert, who request hIb wme
Id at thi time, 09tat6 th4tbU
ats of tbe lad I. slII. Olt i
Ise to be found to rok. wMr l
valley there appea to b@
deposits of pebble p".lihf
Ir no use talklae V' a ased
00"'. "I have bees o na aW
h*pbate expert for twoet yON
I know it like a & h eoolb owi
ktrs. There's heolph fthuibam
best the band, Md a a tum
those who own the bad."
tions are that there rid
ts on the piopert 6 0fM
Pecan CoMpaMy, Dr. L. A
ei ,. T. Preactt-W. T. 1f.
Uwflefoie,. and J. N. N. ft
to the and of Mr. BU
A total acre s 28. OUL*
Y In the vTcitIty to I to
Is the tminROL
1P*tklng of the dUow m T
a ,,il. u ,s -

a" *Am
ak41 ft -*i~ ii
Ft* NOW.:;
NO be tWhiaW
^ ..'-,dim" ..

the si T*p.T n his

I-a~m out lIN li(Mra. tom W tard ei aw ,
Ster e, which

ta e al l-ofiVsn a po
_Euaywere 0"em

D e ft es .leol sehtf sD dthe tea. ,i

ao. h .o odv uarblo. a3W, tht and l 2 on t1as
SO N 6, wh hMto. th on rt*ate a o eal- r:
Sdt,, t tShdal. w and oA athe iW

d" oh Lttter t T ,oW Me ath, T

~ e ttedr^teivRl wig la owDeer mSir: t W ot Ulik t ed to o w
T u n artho le m4. .amdsotro:

a straw ua" amand ae ted
Y sh40. At ethen o t he tnesethree *an; kthog, an ona K3wstiEI
~ittIng of I uetwa aeter k t wight cuoam lsecondOl on the osawo d I ** *'
w sa agion.of some reptile oauimln haltthirl od Sot n the mame,
t m o nvestate, wh he halwater and dust w log
dON6t6ted his Itl. w i it take, how.much will they A
Drivi rapidly to the mill, a quarter weigh, how much they cost, and e a. it the aJ
ot amile distant, he notified his bro- wat'U the profit nt4 the thrWe T W S Iin
thr. a. Hartweil Kelley, anMd with a lAnd a lr a pisme lt -ogu.a s
balof Iemployee 1,* the mill, re. And a. mtl ar AAaP

Sthae getw tho WO dMgto W.ok o mp tS *wbat' Y & o uo___
.w rad wvy. aRia 'gatorsaep madis nobody any; po d wht t'l o'at r
a m l o w*eer, an. oa*ftr Iata e to F air t tht ar.f .* h ea
gb esearok provedout eoesMbatebad

5 few mi& S+ip a:M bdoItfo"r
tae I Ia Ayd ares were started, and Seooind tahot: 7 G ."
t Th not a great wte eo there 04 i lMa 4oin or "WA .

,ow -t iaterWd a MoM .. D'VsC. WgFe
wasr or- ss thoaia, wb oa his nobody any; and what'll they a ke

to L o aIsurowdedt bw Ta.b b ages oi.
er, andsona y chain badbt w pat
been placed abot Us bft. But te i a way to rlkoae: $e a

ga&tronu. MntiTeiloolty aIkow

Ato ,g Uth etiole how pUnk to buy. Thes's a
tarL3E what's Wta costs nothing.

"' outof -"wit C
Lam a od an n _Wr *e* Bt trl pitDeoale an

m* *I 5. make e PurpeSha
be e meno he aed by w the. fo .
MW cus" of0mm. +. , ( "* -- nJ much mh

P.J. CL.JTCrs M cT. C.sl

in the. oftUfToEo
.Stato ."Y tof -a on neaddIt De"ks's
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I&*ethedakwn of1
issOnuife. Itbual
300*1 now ecu

=a& GO*~. m~.,'on


?hiskey House in Georgia
etaM~le 1881l
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too.' full eGomvss



Veer ISIItqn,
IeebnWIstis I SO no 1

I Ierbon Whlakle l the adaN^;
651 UvbasM. l*d for wile
IMCours, ;;


d Feed Stable

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Sfor WOR polty of

for WORF


u~ow~cow' at O-.

.t Sb. goo *t~.-I
*4* O 43*kg ao~w


Which an, Guarateed Swoami d
Excellent W~orking OrdsC',.s,

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~L~se6 the

40C lw,* f

^lth to the 4do

Be he f 011tof eIApa
.-n*, Ott" awd 01

Atm ,the* 4t mNeden.t
Sblie. The rema ltscm .

blet to All..
re aGt Sf Glel

Jl r "la.tm. hellosll
I 3. Prultt. Approval
W te monuthdsoe ne
ot pulse idt strk -

. nte .a - oeI** was
sHweet to call.

il 8, Pruitt. AVpprova

were among the now

s t public lAstrueol

Of ahkses-Prbm
00.,d Mereed Paz-

I bowpI?

i atw. her
.Mu wick,,-t". o t MAo

isa hin i n ut "INi bAt eM
"I 4" J .4mi T mli ~

am otat06"o thatl e

the oteouf the tssd grweiA
v I ot t hte el t tha tihe s k!.
Th *ia. t a, ti, 4 that *almi

tte. relaR was leniet ,ith the
parlso w oSeg oeisto reMease her nd e
a- b~a $10o* to hebr appearance at
the c tm g tero of the Cirutit C6urt.
edo to secure b ad s 4 O tIn j l.
The sMtory of t iftaga of this boy
aiped int The Iortly after the


ays Alashua Dtes, .gboe Wloring
Hand aned P I U* tatsL
Lon Joseph l Ro~hM.ua rrt"w 4

two or three days. ml b see
Is tho LlutivT psiMllls 01L
RMV r. who rWas e5lo ,6 I l at-
mnay of the Uh I th S-t-l n Ow tI-t
In the November ololik ho beow
formally aotated by tho Gov eor,
the appolaiment hmatia bego dtyl
oonfirud My the a t 1 Medms
are extending oo b.
Co0l. RItrs rts thot Rh mds t
plewa o *of alin wIth ofAi9Q.
asntatiTe of both hbosi *ws Ae-
dM "0* a W 114 b~l a%?
"hoata ser tmpl memewn t Oe
w' i*the matter of f mi*
te ster duti .
The ordlory "tayepep" a a et
hw rled moro* toamhs Abm' *
thUMr eaMseM aIestd. OM W W
aort rebet, It leaves the iti
msyse 1aker tha ev" ,' a ho
tt6h mut t be costiUed wIth
reiba ireoMcy.' &
MM oem gntIes the ocrettoa of *
trioe aies. md ewh the food as sl*I
lowed, the 16c0a1h is roady to dig0 t
M.a stomach tablets are aomr
sold tn balk, but tI a eaMt bet *4
yetat for the pgeo or vrt p its
at otoI
A Suaratee Is gtSei by J. W* Me
Callus with everr bos of
that monoy will be aed d I
rmedy fails to give *atoasS.m Ta
shows his fath t tho esmerts ar

tfM at&^ *^^0^^a^^e^

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Orer t. JMis' Aidd 6dy.

Of the Ganesville and Alachua Coun*
ty Hospital Asolciation Was H*Id,
at Which New Olffevw Weren elected
Other Important Matters Tr nmsted.
In rcooordaos with the call, the
OlnesvilleU ad Alo kua County Hoe
pital AsoaltlUm held a most ioteret-
tl aeetifn at the o8fioe of Ron. W.
W. Hamptoa Tumday eyoeia, which
ua karty attended, and t which a
p t deal of anthusiam V u mua
At this meouet Col. W. W. tmptoo
asu eoeted p dM4 t of the MeaOct
tOcW . W. Chas. formerly elected
to the polUs tarbaving deboned to a&
oet the honor beamu of the fact
that his tiw It so fully ocaopled with
his own busiass that he did not
tesa ah oet fgive the position the
h Ie t q od A ad should have.
Oha. A. Oloukgh was eloced fAst
vlspedest. nsooeedtig 4QoL RaSp.
b vbs had bbeen to t* to the
irMt vl lhalr.
Si. Im, onUm chalman of the
uOt oat treAtS an te eo eaUn
te tt,. reslaoed frob theeo poil-
bes m tme agUo, obese hoe ws
to give the magen-- t of the
helotal the attesUom wht he deem-
ed It abM have. Rev. Wo P.
ay. puter ao the Pirt Prebterla I
ehu* was elected to smeo0d Mr.
Bmpem. Mr. Hay Is recoptO d as
Slk of great exeotive abwty, and
tho sm oelstt 4 id4 wo to eletmg
hM to thI W repomalble podlNI
A ntUm ws ma d m 4 aWrrte

W the W S pervislk of the board
dI ntume amd oemotiveo e MttWeoo.
m te ladles e deeply l iterd e
a abo aamemoatim. mueh lgod is e
pot f b this mo t
Pama4 sman r. secretary of the
ainm maioo mado a ta ai, lbetsIoA d
ses ;s-
^^^^^^et ht)^^ BA fk^^^ M^^^^^

'I S '~ A

-, O4W?

a toll Mad kemited gtat-ebt of his
eats, vath v ""hea ,tached
OPewa0 ratee-= and disbwaiemots
to date. Upon reqest of Mr. ftahyqr
for a oimente .p aml.t. 4 ao
tenet., ehlr appolateda espaamt
a I (theh ta 1 r. 0. ao4ea a
VL t a$ Lg iqlne aMd chbek abe
ease. The 44oBittse at ooes pro'
**ddf to OWoeI* and a*eI up soid
acconts aS vouchmwers, a In a very
short time reported M u 'loTr's ac-
counts correct and the same were
ordered approved.
Theli beta further businew, the
asmoeatlos. adjourned.

Effort to b- Made Tonight to Organime
a State Asmoolatlon.
An e*ort 'will be made tonight to
eraulse a State bsoebap league. and
thoo who ore Intrta ted aoa req t


ed toe t at t40ouncil chamber,
ty ha 7t 7: *F9'rek.
SSt. Ai tl tine, Ocala,
Uu"06k. Lake City,
t gh~boring towns
.,1m and if such
y launched,
with ,'tl there is
so "eaeon why -t cities cannot
fer S tate* aoe.
~-verybody lterested in baseball
are re ted ea tretly to be on hand
tonight at the couaUe chamber.
r The Life lanurgnce
Muddle ha Started the public to
thinkin. The wonderful success that
bas met al Wrdas Horebound Syrup
tI Uts orm ae wOou Influenza,
Brnch ib gd4 all a Ptm ry trou-
ieAS-ha started the h0 to think-
;it of th"se W w preparation.
T, W t a*l tag It. Join the pro-
'Coslos Mg dow. with *lckfess.
V 1W *4 ,iO. Bold by W.

Fat's aD m oLDWI


11W Sd muSS~ taI11 oafm
ptjst Ud6a~ m.ar
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The SouAts Creatpt

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Fff I

thi Statia
Is no. aer btkl.
oe'l oiw hial'

radentown Boar4 of 'T"rad
mended that the city 00
e the town charter s460 d
gs the ement- of oes
Sdvertsing the tow. ,

mental ondtom of Mrs Mdy
be examine. If tme w"lM et
the game both pvitr* to the
likely to fmd h1 ifrltme seI -
kplete before they Maie any

Britain thought that Int
American lag dowM in t th
Swas very kInooeM$ 4imay
developed that it was k Bi
a not the Ameriu la thBst

bright and pakU a efl
i doubtlewss hMe f tha
sOn. for Imlter Mliesu h
Ia Mergenthalr l'
to the offit
rg Time.

of these desa m '
Republile are M toe 6
Y Paying of a big .wA det
SounLry that has* a b
ey will have no te to O
It es-h other. -

eu i woman'st flfl i ,
ridgef has reaseW -q g 1:
rntry wilnl ge
of the matter, so
60 not interfem., *

C ernt Trust cebbls dg are
kb' freight Me' of
of IneressegIW ei-
ne o
14 Je not ww -t s the

the hand w.adow
urr have* -le i -

*r4uciDg prwi"e
Share ha thbu g
and het
Stbe higha

,Mt tou -

. eft


to h of a t and
r f~r kg privge es over atest of
*h em.. The tb* Govweblfet
futope the large Manila ewvtopes
that a se used for mailing s*pche
aa th4 ork of mloll wo ,and
*eahng tbrn or charge, the sem.
S l for printing the

Some members of Congres have
heapai t eall their t.4
Ws W h6W rw

Sh iie mith ODsto trl of
MtoS5St. toqini hie lsrslpis Wash-

drew under o b ad eta.
st.one ow f


William JenBtgs rYI has mbUad
a dUfLnte annoua-tt C his poul.
tOta a the railroad utom". He
say tbst he tIs ultlely hi Mre' o(
poverasseMt ownership bee he be
lre*W that mere government coated
M pUre inadequate to b ap wth th
la d ituatm. e ay hever.

o of a o la
,dt he knows that mraftMy. lc

ea tor fV"ernmemt 1wnerip- bhat

ai, are afraid oraft a too ndmal
and he hitsn a trial of govUMut

alor the pet *h snak exactly r

s adt oIt l Pot '4'. twokn 80
the l soe, a. tase a oeSa ni
l Iton aBot he. wr masrthr lI
dtcoeate i tia e valatlon of rail

W tit O *W Moei yto aiesod

Srnr. This M d b *a drastea
* ^ tis .tim Slucha
Swo ad be fiael by tip.

wo.ft. "tw

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sagt allume 1" "M a

W Tso *UMI MM0t0M ar

We o_ wmi taein the former
"m 0 it o Sto Iugur ot dindfa"
- a*es OintheM mdeat aofrd-
..- wish theapea

aftmil "t q~

Ab'l sndW

**i DAY." 'it
woak- t ot
hav*e oatry
is ofo t and


Twoe Ppular
at AlRand reve Saturd .
'0 of th ttleUst weddlangs of the
,as that of sm Jessie Lula
PIa Mr. Josephb Clayton Pop.
U, whlich'ocenvrrd at the Methodist
jpheh of Mltend Grove at high noon, *bs
dterday. Apr1 7th. f
be- thWreh had been most beauty


gored or.01, asi 6g~~s *1
A'brdior e s'*A.' Th vem'to am tb

~~~.m 'bmlqr1tbekoq.thm ea
stt the tnftvote4sft

Thiswe% ieOte4 thktson .thi u'

~~9 tosa~

Lawsh bIof Umwreqs w6oul h
Ow w WW~atuI, y Whichb

ToAsPeN, 4m.
illi e~nssbe"swsepiss

5~~1II~ ,' A fl

0 anU~fd so,
f~ sIOfiections&5
ILa ietouer. J. K.
A. A. Zelrouer. J.
0. H. Kaleyk J, S.1 Ctw
Ihiev Zetrouer. D. X.
WaeT3th* atwve retitlonn wtllbe
V, lorda.at the meet us to
jeJ. Uod W. ,--



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ItAW, n a va
= pft p,,~
ODOM milse

tlly deoraed by the friends of the
ride, the color scheoie of white and

leander and potted plants.
- Promptly at the appointed hour the
attain of Mendelssohn's wedding
Iparch pealed from the organ under
the skilful touch of Miss Stella Mar-
tf~, one of Marion county's most
ted young ladles. To the signal
en by Mrs. Theo. J. McBeath. the
g wife of our efficient high
.ihool principal the bridal party ad-
vaneddorwn the aisle. First came
Mr. Wilie J. Evans and Mr. Turner Z.
Caie; Mr. Charlie I. Fisher and Mr.

to their place to the right and
left of the altar. .Following them
came the brldemaids Miss Beesie
baker "ad Miss Mary Francis Me.
Beath, orgesing as did the ushers at
the altr.
All era e were direo ed toward the
lovely bride advancing with her sister,
Mr. Frank Ayer, as matroa of honor.
and preceded by her nlece, dainty lit-
tIe Rena Mae Callt, who bore on f
white alUk eushu e the wedding rMg.
They Oere amt at the altaq by the
grm ad' his best man. Mr. J. Winls
Poppell The erse y was perform
ed in a most :mpreslove manner by
Rev. A. C. Odom oaf take.
The bride was mst becomingly
gowned to a lovely white organdle,
with very elaborate lace and ribbon
tdpiinpl. Hear baiquet was of white
oleander and tern. tied with white
tall. A wreath at IIlle.of-thevaley

fit they are ii without when
t* l have no vermadas ta
oIau et upon.
B ITDelsgner *me h udl
Isiestiost tb4 sight begin by
sing. today.

ThSe aywel mlcgration cora*
uls aathaorf by the last COm-
*b Js ast wto wrk. Why
C shouI t more light om
t b) of i ton just now
la itle hard This Govwn.
atikt hs been plal agents
pe ommr ad special
)tp comm to taveatiate
th 'b tics M for the pua
|b errs. Thb hit*t "special cow
albumur" sent l wu as T. V.
ti ,a vt table gentle
sam r spent Barope at
4. ovmernmn and wrote
iweest it a most anShten-
k..report on i tat has
r as bubi to a kong int-
htr .overnm4t But now f
trt 1wa nowVl is to be furt
iad 'u -by a ,i stlon of thmee
SeoMlMos three Br.esentatives and
ta,* an+Iteewa President. all
N have p d In Waub ln
nt d o ry ^ unur
O. a oiera14 201 0s to the
ooleot remLt qartoer of the
esrtt. This is a *4h eonatry and we
o n well ord t1 s xty of speal
opmlatlos it o t to pay teM.
But the amlrt ea to woan
almost thread a d ot the
matter is that Ia nSet
naed Ad does n t ~
*.mllbMbupt oi^ ItpaU.
btam fIt sdo- st "ft to on

delay, and H wRl get 0t while waitin
t r ts reot t tha atet amd m6s

Senator Chars Disk, old4 m
*1rea ead Qollasue eof awr loee
aker. has a me1 Oho to perWnlln
ooduct the fAht of the Foraker
agalast the Taft forces. It ista m ove
that might ae bens epected, In
ftet, was mxpmtqas a devopment
of the eMpam n. eInterest IM.
however, t tie factt that Bauter
tk hab s *madeb flat r t
that the OhiO publioan mchnle Is
pgalmst Roomeet, RooumetimU a&
any Rooseit eBadldat. Thu thW

qt aseutr. Outd
W41 f ireet and of
MOValyab^tW n thbefftW ')%'1
~1m and open sRk*s
e ath and the MO
Is t eod for Se Nt f
the W be whebo d* 4t
the pes ty ap

-" A :ot W"@gtt M d -

It in Ie kht I
benr is beS at tttle- j4

- et u-i. A *megi ,

who IK bin

Me e s ft4. sava fo Po h

wao wea eai 4rha
|Wwho ,His p ." AS p*

A mm *mom It".-.,

Ifalseb hrby glw IsIns a- k0r

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adorned he hair.
The matron of hor was exquisite
ly dainty in white ongerie gown of
Persian UIn and lace with ribbon.
Both bridesmaidd were charming In
towered silk organdle with vales-
clees.,' Misn Baker In pink and
Miss MaPeath .in blue. All carried
sbower bouquets of Marehal Noll
esm and made hair te tied
wtN tule to match eoetm The
wUie ranf bearer was atey andr
sweet In whit China s k with lace.
Immediately after the eremomy
the brdal party were driven to the
home of Mn. B. T. Ca where a
most deliou wedding breakftat was
served. Here the ceeolor chie of
white and Pgreen tatefully ear
tried out In parlors and dinlng-room,
and the wide veranda, where Mrs.
Oac received her guest tin her own
harmlng manner, was a peret
bower of beauty.
The large wedding cake hold the
place of honor In the center of the
ha.de-.y appointed table. The
cuttig qI the cake fqr ring, thimlble
and dime reulfted to much f'n
4ing the guests.
TheI bride' olng-away gownwa i
lovely grey Cloth etoc dult, w"i Pw-
ilan bads. With this was w4s a
daaty silk watt, with hat and

AMid the showers of rice
wthes of their many frle. tche
awly wedded pair took thetr dear*
e the 13:10 train for N w Sver,
*hre they will visit the pte s of
he room before going to their futur
omwm at Lawtey.
Both Mr. and Mrs. POmPe aw
hab as among Florida's 4omt gifted
Nwhr, The bride has alws made
her heme Istoland oer. whe-
hab *de. herself to a n weo oaew
Sby her lovely dw*oerto aall *o
We idsseiaw Mr. Poppa Is the
Wp ,aialrof lawtem High A* Awhere
bo I leatladrstird bybe $patrMnm

M woade Prem to s re meMt
n rsM aOd b atlea sMlueS of
db er t ,sas- and chub
AImeN ts o sunHotws P s o yFee
t wwer: Mrs. Fran AAMr of Ft
am s W Min ON"a Me of ft
Meo,. Mr. J. WBe o nppelU of
M r. ftow 1 S. Cases ad
r. ChortleL Fiher at te tnlversi-
IV of ieria d Mers. Tom and
M- fptp4 of Nev aver.


It SPeatU bY l lby iavil Seape4 to thebe W
In the abofe Stated eafte that No wSOM
a. the defendant amyelp~ named, is
I Of the State Of UterMs. that 264
mentstboaa been &assatfor owe than sixty
asextpreeding tbb OvIler of PebUloaldou
ov er the ase of Swesty-Oe veW
Isthefore ord oered %be% MM ob
41M deeulsa,"Ma M hbee



won a~

ll going D '

courts are go:%!

h~g Stamdatd Ott
Consumer *u b Ow

* attending sl
s Governor of
Ikhes. There
tin minding

)#qjhiee bheirby gt"-i M--! ftWAsRIPM

6iiiiMa;T Di T,- -
pa Clerk Circut ufAi % b

Noo" Is i4 bqlfy O&ubZa.1mub& .





Mba .


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d~o i Staewo '14"M
~4piViibt pota; ,wf4

1Sm,. b&

a 63*s* l ro.um.a*. buglom"
hebodar r.ak w mttdqraa4~p~toovmLo h b~
got"". at ..6,~ ~1~hk~CT

rr~vtl ofi #1ir~ir mosi'Juu *opa'bnr? *fh ascrw

their dties 110 Aft a41i ooa$ot ore ed wth hW,.~~ps f$
: k~popular yo~f :pr* .
.0 % ** .,~1

O*Y* him ed -ifth tw Ofi~~I

Holm* B@I~eethw43. 5P rated by lqvj Asis with 010-7 0
t DisuAt. tpWad Mc. t Dbeshe Invited, palmtto.=Am, few&s, lves
*ftosewI#. ti padres at 4 c4 k I seemaeda aakdiW toeseial I IOW"
001 Pi v* Pinequesi; f"uS, b8 tstrawi efthf*
Of~ tl)a ieittb~-Ai w 3y Mr. ~ ~dlng mars" be the glow of
%dftb--AP Dy 'Mr. 100 civsk Q wit WON 'owI tM"geto iowe
~tp' ei~Csw O Prtices optley athoutV early raIte o Sfoded the aLke
I I I I maikins abasu u )chiromnd fo
OessC fjA6 ,alJ- By J&. Reseof Nuoamlik deatlomridMJ pary whro a$* toas
bets. Mi*bs May Moeew* ithMr. J~
WDW y Qalkinms of Vssau, ftti' Joftsto% KIM u Of NipV
Ismg iebmf Pow imbbyrmg Mackftrll." m
,~y Mr. ~SCWUiUL llis ofl L.?i.-~b~lC~lmhlu mel- o bomiemI In le. , Tht
le ~lr *vet r00 sebltJUuui 1m sad)tb was .me ~t rthe alter by tbe~rooul
ThI~t~h"~ 4",0 101W ~ OOf & &Sbfewa iW helbow
.49seWSq04, N hOg W0th 0PeStv mud his badt AM Mr.YUhr6Y Ware.
Ok Iw. lesser dr ekO tnflt "usodwTh Pkusherw V0)00IM. T. J. Mosoe sad
1W 1 tr ot s tltosW of cilesar. Mr. S. H. Co Wk. M M. We ass #wd .Mr.
By MY. -egi o t dsm~bM-Rsqutr- Muatp uPayed very Noftlure"Het U aid
44 by Mr. tim apess bof s sto pst ost&0 Flowenr." 1 whde JR. U. H. Norton
to vsr*ssk o fqw at WOO arall Ulesftpronounoed the words- wh ichMd
by WeV"Ivd for shlps.k' AM n nodumnt Mr. Shields Warren and Miss Vra
god atkth following by Mr.. Reese **M Ado~ted. Johnston P" and wife.
Ot- e sVqo rules: IDY Mv. Rua"elA P1RUM Pv~b "Seldomdo we see such a beautiful
~tluiA~ttt~h tnserilthag oefthk s z~lt" 02 OS -wedding. 7%o bride, wat lovely In a
~d eet~twg tsteandjBY Mr. WIN" Or beter. relastig goingway gown of blueradium silk
S .uorl" rising to cwm ast now, OPSAft. and hat to correspond, covered Wwith
B Mr. xe Dy K wftr, olSI of bpnkO a Id-flys. Her
'Sale to P ads or giving b* tU pIsre. be ws o ia rametied with
4 i3Iwlsl W6W fts SeMatesbill ftIoK U "j ps no Wwhite tones. The prowtyyoung
ab~~ d 4101, at'. 1,0 I DO~
Ohart of~d 0a ols anl- waft whilaw*
-dw s m dgs Oji is U109 000tsses amdwhlite bus i'crred

W,=dy u atses; 1ud te ut e
term o *104 of -etat sasml 66e15" AIM drove 60thecraeestOmi' dd

Days. -. wt prae, v wia, bsi of rice
&"ar. at ft ft i hMa*sth"arts a P"t-
lag a* --asrm~s oat, Was-MUp.sand MW's.Waft"mleft for the
apes A CL. 0..aUNow Yukwovilbest
bowa to tub thi Mei Is Gataes lf

~et he so~bte5 ~uI V "Wels kobm to s hoofe 1Assichleo.
SO whee a It,*mo*a ftymag ms e,
Aft%? b ega her..dt twomor~d my
hi ld ovely hauteo hatctmadr heVan asth
Sove ml aftmlrtlon at Awho knew
TheMee dO 4medm 11msc owbee. "bow ftheina' bees UM atro
sw be chestb"eis~e tswith
the in etus.1 an blaftim.1ofM
TIM Ulm"PbRONs.y sam has Mebeen preamWbktyIdw
s~to eoiablifty 1A V"I evteryW7 NOviqTMO* tthe
011103 AIL 0he6sgood -of Aphalsehoch.Hi pow. uehs
the tew churcheswho e bees a veiltebietrumet bOW'eater

mits. epe tosew atam alm to ma Ufi.Shehas

Ai-bn Cm agbmbusi IMO d te ONAM IeiYn100M 066d

C:~i~Eerry i PN JPa;
~ ~t1YM 5I:65N

akazIA; #4l
Ara .1 m~F r:

4. lsato* sad Webs.
AWiftwWow4s \~~ te

dvopiit bd
"Wbw'v" it is the jolpit of the

~raW to thelbr itl os cfStij~Jp~s of

Os~eiU14 shtic t"
ars :s y a Sae;mt.'ea
j4ma* DII B1*0. 214.37 a snd
"WbreaA.arsri #piuaPA to I
aid us~~palt'by the Lsglinbhr
14f* 1gave to meld city loei s00*1
"vnoYw t 'ad mad.t-mp. I.W4
slon tew an eded or d 4Wed 4
eept 'to ai oberter ba oey eTOo
the picp* tb theeore be It
Oxeeolved, That this, Cmusall do
ereby recommend to ow, reporvewtos

tivesIa th L~.Il~ws o qestms
W0o0000 b~iw'Is the Eduse et aD'i.
syrematives" mand shU oulc&retire.d
slstattves all to "los.t the *w~e. tha
the, Governobe earnestlyrepeetad

tAfterw pIhisthe council adl~wse4

Wa~zs,~l.April SO.-.-W. T7,
Msion*bo.4el -wegs 5M5*Moud$, a4U
Is 441IM4a. to 104 t%* larget mmemIr
atf to,-&o*oier a flsIM 4a-,06wojl4
was SuanhY:WarrIed to Mi~ss IAdIOS
M~e, o oportnas. &, 4amghter
60 Wv. Q.* M Ien. ,of ta~~c.The
:W.dding ieCuvre at the Mathodist,
PsrsouSe, flrlaaon isa ealthyttsr..
Pontine operator sand IU Awidower of
about a year. Miss Aflea, It Is said.
weighs salY,105 ptaftis.
Noew Land Woerk.
Ohms. leMomof the "Gomt)Le"d
O#I. at Wauhlagtom hasbees Urn
lured to t"e loew Unit Bttes Lead
OfEM% mmd v1l1assme his dties.
about Ma 1. He bhasbesi leWled
Im in t", Podultid of co~t"sskt e
*Me vumt by LJ.L lyMt

"m oaehes. "d til lm.

~IinS qr ILY U5'




, V r Pierce%'
I'mit se m

It up the ru"
t ouie can 14
I Wcive raedic.
ilota such aU
Wot, Stone and
6 ad Black


Ier curative
orW dygpe,Sj5

"wEing down

w-iwuavU *Ifej*
orum or ulcer
B treating old
I to well to in.
fyto them Dr.
SIf your drug.
I this Salve In
kb 1i postage
u ids' Hotel
M N. Y., and
It-lng SalveT
k merer now-
&OIoq, MR
dealer may
m relate
raad bowels.
,~eMy to take

lbrt feon. Ohio,
1l4 eAt .i 10t I and wealth.
lt tson,' passed
throat te0 4t Meta y en route to
Alf .bo- i t. bstwburg.
. Thsl : .Itli0i 'trip for Mr.
salon. e h Was grief-stricken,
'as rempais -ftB .Roted wife being
takea to ke m Mrs. Scranlon
led siddeO 7 t Petersburg on
8aunday. -
For t0 past yqrs Mr. and Mrs.
IcNrleS,, s he e tirieds in this
sity, hpI* bh tspding their winters
t t W. um 4 other points,
Ib" thia essl s adlng of a season
ibleh hIad bees p aq d most pleasant-

,\ Pvredi Uiseshe.
por-se tahea P d them. Ra.
ao's treamssa Aver Pills and
ete Pelts ~sua e the liver and
IpslgeTe orpse S b Ithey do their
wn 9w9 Hd .~*tje ynor eontimtu.
Ion foos trouble. Entire
Dot.atd W J. W. MeOoillm &
Ge. ld ,JohAen, Usin,.sville.

Oft*es.Ia31111*0Law Izebonge.
on", fhtft s. i t 3e&Wnoe No. IN


00g401 Sgreyer..
mais t*%'M~ ATE

E~I P. ffiv Pr'
N o O~F.i
Weel "
IH id I' S 1



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an 14

e and


amOngi the 4
meantime be* ,
their lasgu,

ithen capture
-peafot's of. .

.gemi1nobw ,wko ~

.it is tre It Us

lovable, lo~atd g
the re otb~ sc 0



person or peeV on,
the warpath 1W jto
the tribe. There M thing
to the story." .-


Happenings of Ink .K'i Intolo-
tutlen l w ".,
The convrton at Germa*
table in the moea t la1im 1Td
noticeably durtalg t irtb.
The students can 1.JteU h Is O ir
man almost any fbi @ eoorewa*
tion that may aftni. u Itoe t
the table of Dr. "ad itis W.r"r, pkth
of whom are of G0oti0h !dent, of
Drs. Beton, Crowi *4 rlia, all of
whom have spwet sM~wl years .In
Germany, and of H 1M who has
but recently atrrlvl fro tattarlt,
has added mqo th ej mrt of t e
students. This GeO*rman i po iP
ing a valuable adjumet to *0 Depat-
ment of Modern Luagualges.
On Saturday, May 4th, will be held
the second of the -rteP of co0texts
being arransef by the committee on
athle-tice. The event will be mainly
of a military sa atle Usatuore. The
cont estant a re etw eanStly.
At the swimlU a be ea
every afternoon a .a o C ea prae
ticking for the 4tl id *.swImming
matches, andlMatItf*St wfae the
crack of the Ito of the te is
ht-ard InoeuNt ."F 0 thbe. in
free from college t hdU The petAtas
in the orps o" at 1M e5 W
to win a price la.te drfltng eor-
tests, among wh"th the 4i oamuse
Will perhaps" p 0ve Mt nMetitia to
the spectat o.
The Collegs 3aLtiUN" took pat ft
the Confedetu Kemril eMro*ss
hId in G a41 e 1"to
of April 2 &th* a M
In StricUtly 4aW ktlo
Dr. Pft h .l 1- AM,4
classes In Cvil
While" t me tw U. ta
tion of the hsw

which nhu* t iq|heis an

Among the rlat ". boomer
the studeafts~ Is t P uM^ ci
Educatlom wftgh *lqey.6 fwNb
arly Inte.4 AS.
and by the Hssnkh b Dfl5
Oi The Jhe, -6r,
ted stateeoa
' ii 1mBd letmb~wf. M the


in a wytat owlpmi, &xi,,.,.-Tr ,;I JT
eatio. m.~ to delightoft the .
lsawls. UT&IL.) OSIYSI.bowe"Vwv f U *
at F~YISM 11~ IK Y~

G*SY. oIl
The delgaes* fU StU iTens moo

..", of ''

idNR aqIrwmLs. I


"ba., ftr Balbrsud
Ok hm

p with E % id %t

IOe P O0 moreo
osony i!! tran. arribult1 4 .na
gtjPIrIde Helver as

Lydia E. Plnkham'v iVog ,r
S|a MootM A. I o ei Loot
e of Any and a
de ed hd theirlaI ms

etm 1.e do n a n .ve a A
L lay dokhe B vee ". e.... ot "it D Z UNDER 8

a a W ,r4 8ofK teo4at *iroslbAWs folo
The as Mate p16601 Toots Ottr hNotoo is Is h=?
somefemes xt temaledAa oaf Id of a thewer tow of my *o 9 sAt.1have fieda

Mrs,. a a .. -al,. I&laolsnyB situated in Ala hua.
wlh ever suferl pg women wo"iuld tacke0W : ifrw M s Tp
ompoundd4wrlbteeId oy4 foradl1.. Ii1 a f ft1 0.4 of N SeheTb. Tp.
sad what It has a--ompl tosed Mr as I kI ca 64 *t e eo ahmuand such cerled is
When women are troubled with h ir'eg ofld es eat suh erto Pto
a"on, Inflammation, BackalN, Ievous a. tl sakIut.aLs be read
Uwe*, nP .,, ".e Of te &hall TD M &
xa. ber there is one tried nd tre remedy, o a o a a deed w ill wt"

Mrs. Pinkhanm' StandlPn Inv_ to' F.AT, ,It* da at A l.MA.i .O
Va,_iiia. o -f ,l eiaa^niii
Woesay# feritag from any Il.; of A lettill. oClerk oull, our* tAl a1Au
write Mrs. Pl.kham, at Lenm, asum. Outt v
per"s. she pmobsble haQo ,"erknowl op! .. or N= 11om or APPLICATro9
74 e al DMs UNDER IIO0N oI
_. fo At~5 aWftLAW Or rWIDA,
-..,N oon 41 eI o1. X
i*th, to deliver an addrus to e .. rob.. :,Jo9 ee
radating class of the Brookaville o*eolosure or M

The following 14 the program of the hehs oenA11
Commencement exercises, lMudonl a lg N w a. 4 W sO 14501.,
list of the speakers as far. as they sai o bet
have been deaintely selected: ofowle.r. o aa
%turday, May 25, 8 p. m, -.-Debate.- e er Oem mor e a li
Aru-oM CVSptadaotmatto law. WON do"
Dixie Literary Bociety. t at. s a t.
Sunday, May 26, 10:80 a. m.- aso Ith day oI AprU. A
alkureate Sermon by Roev. S. Y. Jame- ow -teet Morut. OoU nA
son, president Meroer Uni viertty.Ite Wt
Sunday. 8 p. m.--Seron before the 'teift a e NOfOTWIe or APPLICATION
Y.M.C.A. a rIdent DD ONDSM 85101ON 8 P
Monday. May 27, 10 a. m.-Deca s EVE WIE should y -a --- WI ,LA Or I .,

Monday, May 27, 8 p. m.--Oratorl I0. a.i and P .
Exercises. Istsit la iorw time. *w*oo,
b o frotorM it ',
6*0 e2eofise Wesj.* a0WNA w I- of 1*4 see. V^, 11
,| taaIory- .. A. R. Nil B 6son.s M, de a
SrY-'s.Olbln$ Prayer. e

Baccalaureate Address.-Presldait .... ...
f l odd.I M1SIA r a PU NiCAtlOW W. lid n*
, ,moferring of D.eges, Medals, and [YA S u, . M"

Valedictotry-Mr. M. L Moreman, ..d l e on
0.d T_ so, Nononr, &4 *OrToR Or AYIPlaAT
Graduates Bihbelors of Selence-- xesm t0e5 o ,*b s UNDTION O
T. Cason, Herman QGunter, M. M.L. A 4BL. LAWS OP WAIDA.
oreman, a. imelon, c. A. Tomp- P &5 C 9a 11:io. M9, o ,N sbe eh
41011. hw W1Se e .
-ito pMae Coe b Ir 1111 06e00
Gal*seWl.le Coffin Pactory Was 3&ba...
Able, But Qulokly ixtnlnguishled. KosM -P O.meek. n a.t *i lead
An alarm of fire was turned In .A.N=V1XrlW l ..A. AY .1es@SolPerson-" *16
from Box S1 at 4 o'clock T day af t-" Ibsbe41"s 1&We o lowOe,.e,-N
e hno summoned the dea* GEOS HACKER "& NI S. "
meot to the plant of the Oaiae 6 SWl. L of A0
Playing sad Coffin Company. SouthI MANtADS3S 0 P ItN o 0 p k Cllt Ov
Gainesville.T NWni so c~A1asN I M --- -
Fortabately thi &r was dIsmoveed w AaA nOTIOR OfA MMAT
In time and .aMla 0 seat.-I 1 roptly. rb.DWD vJM 0(m ,0#.
The result was tht i sames wee a

Delegates Are d pe. a a n or
qtrnous babI of that by e etott

.. ,,, m A .. as
r te forInng-
-"- ''TP + .,

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gr 41 1

ast a* 0
t Happen
Sio aeThei ...i -

wn Theeshe I h
pu in the al:
Mr W. T. ,b aa of

ttftridetu, p
miss mnud l goe to Tam-
where se .. ,^ Is employed the .
B. Striastellow I ttrwitab of.
Aachus, was am who visited
Gainesville yesterday.
For Sale-Wh- Boarwtti pass i 10-
bushel lots or im wr. Address
P. 0. Box 171, Q lataeevlle
Mr. and Mrs. I MoMtUaO aren
low plessayny aW*t #1 amst
Court street, where thm y ave been
(or the paset feW daom
William 0ore 8aa Aeuly, W ho have
been residlag in O. al 91e tor sev-
eral years, have retaOve to Archer,
which place they wll make their fa-
tare home.
I Miss Carrie Baro ha returned
from a delightful vilt to trieads at
I Rochelle, where ahe Weit to attend
the ice cream supper at the eloetng
of Martha Perry Institute Friday
night. %
James Lovelas, formerly of this
city but who ls again residing at
his old home, r Ala is here
on a visit to. hil Mrs. D. M.
Tomkies. His M64d* are glad to
welcome him again.
Robert lls, wershle publisher of
The Alachua Pot deooeaed, but now
connected with ite Alahun Manufat-
turing Company, Skauire, speat Sun-
day :n thai city faith u, parents, M.-.
and Mrs. Geo. sL IUar .
A. B. Chitty paw through thle City
Sunday en rout6 rhm' his Irmer
home, Micanopy, to Jacksonville,
where he is engaged In business. He
was on a visit to is parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Chitty, at Mleanopy.
W. B. Ellis of odar Key speat
Sunday and yestakday In this city, a
Auest of his brother. T. B. Ellis 8r.
NMr Ellis has been indisposed for
Eome time, but friends will -be glad
to learn that his condition ms greatly
inilroved. *
An alarm of fre from DBox was
turned in yesterday afternoon at I
o clock, summontag the department
with its usual prompteass to a burn-
!in broom qag, om West Liberty
Ftret. The re was extInguashed
Althout damage,
Mr. and Mr4 Roark of iUetonM
are among the.atest aqoulhlieat to
Gaineasville' poplation. They arrived
recently from Dilsate, Matee ooun-
ty. and are peaat eatted In the
new Priese eottage, North Gaaes-
'Ille. They wIR be wOlaoied.
tr. and Mr i. P. Moe atry, Jr..
nave returned to the City, after a
i easant vist to the meTIng of the
State Medical isoctlati M Tampa,
and an extended trip to svaea and
other points in 0N. They report a
d&Ughtfl tite an a et Interesting
William Jones Ardbr, foreises
of the mouldlmg uisiatmet of the
Mddox Foundry atd Mahlaem Con-.
lay paned tegh the eity a rMte
to Lakeland. Where he was alled O
biness. Mr. Jane is one of the
,,t ompetest smudMar la the
\'iil H. sad LA Thaessof Pafat.
k, arrived ta t l M ilst Sigt h av-
i..g been seme em hesegnt oft
tL, death of theo r i lt'or Mil s Iis
Itaud. who ~rg a Aealaaanila
Stnds. d amg l to *
tb-. but ?gnt w Muds -e e
(etty of thek misl,, aend
Mr sad Mrs sourry )C insa r e
der^ay hor Qai SbgMI k. tarT

k*v data a *Wa f
c-^ usag, r. Ol.t Jt

$W rWrwm peas in 10i
ht w r $TL u. Addss

M. a well-known resident
of High Drc was trinsacting bisl-
~aq b thlh O? yesterday.
',Tie Rfgs For Petting-White and
i. mf.t'Ifmouth Roek andWyandotte
for 1ale* pure breed. W. D. Pietia.
A. Walls of Dutton has returned
t that place, after .a brief visit to
his sister, Mrs. W. M. Johnson, in this
Hal Wood of Evinston, member of
the Arm of Wood & Evins, general mer-
ohbats, was a business visitor to this
city Monday.
Mrs. R. A. Thomas of Palatka. and
Mrs. 3. A. DeSha of Waldo, are visit-
Ing In the city, guests of Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. W. Thomas.
Dr. Andrew Jolly and Conductor
Arthur Boring, two well-known citl-
sean of Waldo, were transacting bust-
ness In this city Monday.
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.
0ol E. C. F. Sanche. expects to
make his departure for St. Augustine
this morning, where he will be the
guest of relatives and friends for a
few dayd.
M. J. Orr left Monday for his old
home, Terra Alta, W. Va., where he
expects to spend a few weeks, vis-
Iting the Jamestown Exposltton be-
fore his return.
Remember A. M. Dickson, the
broker, when in the market for Iro-
seriei, hay, grain and feed-.suff. Save
money and time. Write or 'phone me.
Both long-distaseeDphones.
Mrs. M. G. Bass of Evinston has
returned to her home, after a visit
to her sister, Mrs. L. A. Thrasher, in
this city. Mrs. Bass came to attend
the exercises of Confederate Memor-
ial day.
Clayton H. and Chas. H. Dow, who
have been here for the past few days
on account of the tllnes of their
brother, W. E. Dow, left yesterday for
their respective homes in Montgom-
ery, Ala., and Atlanta, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Henry and Min
Leona Godwin of Hawthorn arrived
tI the city Monday. Mr. Henry re-
tared the same day, but his wife and
Miss Godwin remained as guests of
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Feonell.
B. DeWitt Dow, who was called
here several days ago on accout of
the illness of his brother. W. .
Dow, returned to his home In Tampa
Monday. Mr. Dow regretted very
much the neoessety of his returning
at this time, but his duties with the
Atantle Coast Line demanded It. Tbe
condition of the patient oeems lit-
tle changed from the fatal day he was
stricken dowa with papalys. al-
though everything possible s being
done for his relief.
A os thred ,'s DeJME &ems:
Blank leases for sale at this office.
Price $2 per hundred.
rs. Annie Bailey of Newberry was
shopping In the city Tueeday.
Deputy Sheriff L. B. Story of WlOd-
sor was in the city on official business
J. W. Williams of High Bprtaga
was a business visitor to this eity
Dr. W. C. Johnson of Maneaopy wais
among those who pent yesterday ta
this stty oa busiess.
J. H. M. Kirby and J. J. MdMb of
Wade were among those wbo spet
yesterday t OGaleavlle.
We. F. Smlth, a lveryman of New-
berry, w among those who spit
yesterday t GanesvlUe. "
For Sale-Wllppoorwll peas Is 1
tbsbel lets or mere. I.lS. Addres
P. O. Box .171. O ville.
0. Maddoek of Palrbnks wa
amga thoae who earn to OaGsee

vOie On business Tueeday.
MIowe TemaIbe. the o aval store
operator f Archer, was t raUass
bseem ts dit* cty Tuedar.
Mrs. O. .L Dad wo bees is
t- ty er thpe spa tw wew leWt
yst lesde r he bemw ti AUSm

a0. Mrse is '
assess Wh nni, se N$

3. P

J. the : (

brief vtit tm, ly to Iil
B. IA PLo& rs au ext m
toe contrast of Willetrd, t I t *
city on botless Tuesday. .
era emplo a large number o
Oscar Nc ,ander of T1lab
in the cit Yeaterday. Mr. 'sel
is a octlUM. hd treasurr t y
county, 'conducts a belaeis
Trentop.* ,
Miss. 3iel Armstead of Aieh a"
passed t hOh the city Tuesedy -a
route to th'h ome from 8oAth orltia,
where sh hasb been on a visit to re.*
ative adA frieadl..
Mrs. Chis. ddy and her gueLt M
W. A. Palten, of Orange Hlghta,
were registered at the Brown Hofe
yesterday, hbaing come to Galanesvll*
on a shopping tour.
'Phnoe A.' M. Diekeno, broker,
Galresville, and net priest, quality
and qolok 4dlivery. -oods o@ld from
Jaoksonavllt aod the West. Oan leI
delievry phe tq all poises.
I rs. L Barts of Tampa. after a
visit of a bwth to relatiUves this
oity, left iterday for Palatka, her
former where she will spend a
few weghr returning to Taapa about
June 1. .
Miss .Qee% ose of the effieleat
teacher e the High prtina school,
was lath 'ry yesterday o basd-
nessa ooaeeted with the office of
County Sobbol Superintendent Dr. J.
L. Kelley,.
J. L. Winter., Dr. Andrew Jolly and
Conduct Bortng were in the city
from Waldo Tuesday, having comb
down on te former's railway motor
car. M'. Winter Is master carpenter
>f the eaboaNd.
Mrs. ath tell haa returned to
the city. aftr a pleassat visit to
friends I Tampa. Her many friends
will rent to learn that she expeeto
to leave. eat week for ier home In
Bielfonae Ohio, but trust shbe will
return to spend another season In
our cit%
Amnonrthe prominent oast nd vis.
itors to is city Is Malor C. Dun aof
Wlndsor, who Is a guest of R. Wlion,
&et UIA tr etreet. Major Dunn,

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bb b blbin.m

mi sk 6 ol

SI., C. tage a
i tS ob. m, who have
weeks as guests of
SKW. H. Palmr, North
r hao v rtrned to their
*0 0T4ere well pleased with
m oe tl. aln her people, and. will

asd, tooU m bnent over the aet

leaW T Ib will be ole ofe t theat
a spaents to Levy county, a"A wil
awk the lat rostinc-place ot - ofa
fhar vored not who has does 'Much

l ward her adv of ment.y
J. U Hr. e and L. G. ConiseIno
Tyi wee In dte potypyertery, mthe
latter eating at The Bun oahe sad

haaTt rebl aae rolled n that tWb.

eruption atoH of The Sun. M o
rtU l a mwrtb t of Tyhe, da I an
** Well known and popular, Tang

ere trsarted fatHaum relthive l to
de* I forem al and shle deparint

at the TylerL ome mnr Coderstmpandn.
B. A. Thomas left Tusofay nl5ht

for th Apal l eo havinglchtola pr
thea aAythiv t a reply to the tee
grft eati n ethe death of hise

Mtr. M. Lillian Mand dTuhter,
MWit aeaed amnday. VIn, rwh hon
were heorared from relti ves o

of the rou ome -ister, Mrs. .
Webste, at e beauuful home, '"Th
Pne to" Nrthe Oa taeslltrle ft Tuh.

day for their* home, belng racoman-
Ieta faa be Jahe vlll
n that It Aley and daughter,

daugter will depart for the North.
IThM t o f Dmun her w very plo ha
i the dagter, Ms tJoe.rAan. ha.
Web soat o funtinul homld in thate
Plues." North Galneville, left Tues.
day for tmir home. being the Chiompan
edding o Mr. Jackd vll George by Mrs.
rWeber. Aftebrspeding the tfewath
In that city Mrs. Akley ad ber
daughter will depart for the North.
Their ojoary oheirwas a very plea T
t ane, durinasmucwh they made
any friends n eerand wsee objects of
, the o e watts no dobt r
Mrs. Odo. PMr. andorr ad carmng
little daughter, MKi Joe-Anna, have
one to Waldo, where st lad mt poht
they attended one of the moast gor
peow SootWl functions held In that
town for many yearo, bWag the China
wehIng of Mr. and Mrs. George .
Gragser, oelebratinx the twentieth
anniversary of th*Ir marrWa*e. The
affair hab been announced for some
time, and Inasmuch a" tibs estimable
ample have a large *amber of
friends in every section of the coam.
try, the same was so doubt largely
attended. Mr. and Mrs. Oranger
are among the oldest and most pop.-
lar "married folks" of Waldo.


Chae. Lamene Coem Ure W. hIMn'
ten to A*cept a Peftia M ere.
f Charles Lamoas. wo hs been de-
tailed from the ge l 18d office at
Washington to the p"oitio of contat
clerk in the local eWes made vacant
by L. J. Clyt has arrived, and
Ir o t assuand his duties WMMmday.
Mr. Lamons is a naive of Tennes-
see. and is a fliverly young
man. but a spei 4 a expert
Ia contest matter No a bee for
several years in toim with the Gov.
erumet serve" be g ftnt .In the
Sil om" departaeM t at Washlaston
Under the CivlU 9 ries rulee he wan
S luassferred to laMd department.
srvitng ftr aeM l reawrs is e gef
eral laud ofteN WealMasgtoe. He
L M has soee bee" In the bad oice at
Nashltoebes sad Mew Orleans. 1A.,
aWd come highly rwesomeded as an
expert Oan ll g M erally and roe-
*te work eeps*.if,

S g Thouaads VU have bown crded
HyoWqt cda the inhaler that e
, wt laaa 8em "0 the- "LmI
li Puhlny"t"Oan." ao ft is so moml t1 ti
a seC beo ar"i", tbe ,o rM or
MOg TWo to realty so ase ws
CuMe1 melissofNaft
yes have aMWy a au m
teel ve *-a eli va-,

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dam.l. as.


tiace to

may meet tee
Our dom
yo with JIBLLO,
Powder, fre, ad
an bq prparld fort
The G sans hre Fed e


"Old Joe," Trown House
Made oseape, But Was C
There was some excitementt
vicinity of the Browil House-
the stairway of the Williams
opposite the hotel, at the mdat
hour a few days ago, when "Old J
one of the alligators in the ij
House aquarium. suemoedede t
his freedom through a hole
wire meshwork which eurrowi
In the quiet of the night, whar
"Old Joe" was laboring und4Wr
preiuon that the majority
tolks, as they should have
enjoying their nocturnal
crept stealthily out. The
must have felt he would fd
olerk of the hotel in his
night habit and ventured
office in an endeavor to
street; but this Ume the ad
clerk fooled his -gatorship,
was wide awake. This fact so
the 'gator that he was t t1
founded, but Inasmuch as he h
successful so far he eviAdel.nt, i
to carry out his plans, sad
bold dash for liberty, mal 0 1
line for the front door. T1his
action naturally caused he
get busy, but an effort to
surlan of was of no aval||
gained the street in safety.,
With am Indla-like wa
ummeamed the offers
this V140ty'who haoal
at that hair, they Obelas.
chasing some object aerosa
at a 1:40 pait. and al
chase. His 'galtorshp.l
thE odds were against hil
quckest tie possible to
way leading to the secooed '
Williams building Mad qu41a
lash the saurian had galaed
landing, offering dotermned
his tall as a weapon, to
who dared approach hil.
a rope wa secured, and withI
of a long pole, thrown i
creature's neek. He was
back to his haunts in the re
hotel, and daped mo n
the pool with a splash whl
many of the guests.
The arst picture to meo- 1
minds of thosewho who were
ly disturbed was a Mseide
Ing. sad In les than a
pool was surrounded by
tators who felt sure
tragedy on hand. Wh I
was explained all
quarters, the 'gator akd
rippling surface of .
prison,. the lerk 4 bN J
relief, and ni W8
to thebo usual i0t
the wee s lo"hsWO

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the W ase -

y .l stM|r. l as a eas
of P fw he f eM
y. in_._ wb

it w ie M s l sr wi M a

*es le uie honor acbioudJ
1-m and .maaat studs,1

w"H or hew a eeausased
-es i this direction. wbhi*

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