Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 3, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01102
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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al z6tast.6 rapt ublican
10 wurds f'pqlrerve wern-
I O r' d y a the Si Ua-
^ JoBI.f Id Msaftkonad puana4 by
Sthe o w he pity pr. nted r l-
eItts. molt 18 a is at mpect Wednesday
Tr1o:4o were oluue* it'the Prince
V rP Ale a paofl rance,s
Alf e e t e oa Palats, the
iL bin th l boii Druot and the other
'tA- h stratwle ni iat., at they were 41b

K to' . T B ,^Oe1 wriI rnot lwterfer-
qn t lag wS yo mon th -m orsr guitar are re-
I j Ns eretmdL to st imthe frist attempt
at atretl o b rtlcht
iis 5 rIt wi pN t'rly in the ,morn.
BI l7In th ilt h l of t the pple hbad
h wSw fneot m o WA:oHt4 with the aitaor
tors'1 IUalofM Jaures and
Bt ln other s-oatst ld o for a oomplote
S ratira. ilt s *noonk o6 only It Parts
e' j but tbwelo4et Wtooe, wee generally

Bin4it e Stioad mu*po 4-sI whAll. tb th wsar e l O restaurants were
K uaLSaau v open, sad Ob w omnibuses and horse
.fi "t ten r 4 ~"ita oU lOlenaWd et~atrlc rsad& were run-
It was othe o ticts e u N t Im-
beg a Tet W atSon sof Uo of Ile women were
b ruro e Mti or-f ithe, rlention e lit red m nblem
I' their lbMtto iies.
SoNiA, B'$ lock they began con-
B ~Sa~r d acotratlag the Labor BRxhan ge
..i"Issolot0tslar t he Place Pe IA eRepublique,
ttstatha d n htore the Bqlt l porant meetings
weaeire s heduled to take place. The
Sw~ ir, hos poot ee, however, lept the crowds on
t a the move, arteting scores of loiter-
era. y soon 200 rrests had been
Smade, s, among those taken into Custo-
d ty bln a solder In eilten'rs cloth r
Stertm I t who h wa n seliag sarchistic papers.
bSe mS henu dt, biM S ep Pl um r sone n, arilted the po-
S- w? ol)l td Uaice found knives, brase kateks and
t atr-the dtrle, vad ti. e revolvers. w
Itp icludes a number of rep- PATAL PtUD.
ye men of the country, for- --
e of the cabinet nd gov' Prominent Texas Attorney Shot and
I ta Killed by tiysiolan.
Siongwortb, sond4alaw of e Beutmont, Tex., May 3.-A dis-
Bat t v.oo l, Is secretary o patch from Center, Te., says:
gm aitt. Mr. Serutham, who Carroll B. Short, a prominent at-
latanrsts i Clnoinnatt, torney of thio ity, was shot and kill-
ed a polley-holders' committee de Tueday night by Dr. Buck Paul.
before he came here and took as he tpped from a train. 1 The
4t( the work. When Mr. bsooting grew out of a feud of several
*aterweyor, counsel for the monte' tatediag.
Si wa lu harope, he had In December lat a brother of Dr.
Sorepythimn here. Mr. Sorut- Paul was shot and killed by a negro
B ti has relved o pay to the employ of Short and his broth-
oin ttee a4d that he has r while loading a posse which was
mpl *. t ho benefit of attempting to arrest the mgro. It
bo r. hurd. Obtey, wan allegeo at the time that the k)lN-
eerstary of stote la Pree- ng was instigated by the sBorte a
ad' eablaot. s chairman an outrowth of potitloeal rtteen.
mtee. It ws Sonu-r. Public feeling ranltb, and It was
eaplatned to the district necesry to oall o t two ompalnnO a
se IM lrg ago thdat forged of mlllt to prevent mob 'oleae.
bees used nla electing the The negro was tried, oonvioted aad
oaket. Whle aves- hanged within a space of a few boome.
aag this charge. the l reprd tta. The booting last algt asee a dl-
,e of the district attorney' of. rect result of the former affat. and It
'say that ad Maoevereod Itreou now feared that still father trou-
Ie lai the baots tarns d ln ,by ble will follow the Ast tragedy.
Spoley-'haldew dimawtaie. .
Mother rre t ela election with Efforfs te Avtp Ceal Famine.
lectoe was tMlhat o Jaobm ra k. Chicao. May 3.-.h. tra s ad
t of the New rut Ub lan?' eparattaa departlaent of the Harri-
p omany. Hke o with man aad the HUi lia. have halted
y o( ballots. Sa a streauous eStfo to prevent a re-*
the Alstrict attorneyro od t errenace of a ocal taniase mat eta-
*at the Inquiry has anot yt tor la the west an the mortyweet.
Sameluded.'and that ptrd d o. Orders have been ltasued by the hligh*
g teate ma' be looked tor. est oacials of the various roads and
- havo the sanotlos of 3. 5. Harl-,
J* andng Mechanies Strike. man and James J. tHi. requiring all
May 3.- The first strike ot the ofklate to make every *ternj
lca May Day In Ceago was to tadece the coal dealers to lay la
Teaday in oha nyw ptlat ea tetir winer supply in the sumare,
wthene. It was s*npathetle P712,9W.
Because of a grlerames T la $3.71,^

sWectiae esm ny of is@ S


with tetowt trigr tooleslds
oat under the orders of the tM empWUr geral by Pr-
Buildin Tra It w leet Pn Arbwrght. how a
by Seal of the el eti toal that compear
Ve that work on the bi spp f 3.TII 8. of r"h,
Is oWe of the most 1.883.S55 la for frtaeh.ae.
-e...t-ry. had bees prae-
Sat al~ght.l twas eg. Died la LawyLawer ee.
SWa had alt Savanna, a.. May 2.-4. W.
t mple, ome of the eloet bmetas
Stery t"'eat NHis Dek. men and furalttre dearles t the edt.
tt.ae, .eeeetary deyo Tesday t the el
i Tat t Wahagteoa oe of Aleasder & Iwar4s. e *MO.
?at M 4 <"ak at. m ae A nose there ea WIal ".
A qMla *Iath wDo toe t boon s Iwol P


IM RI ATIQO PW TM. -
ETaI:A 1IANT FUNCTION

.b4 AIW "a AT-THE WHITE HOUg
4.'. -i*e m aindS to Hamaurg, ae -- --- *
Had Beo m Imprisonedin Min o nw o .us,. wt t.4 Prominent Officers of U S.
early a Week. .Governor Hoke sa pa- Foreign L:gatious
-- ty jre Makin a btief eojsura here.
JOVOU0S 0C1N AT MINI SHAFT oWBror Smith saidt that his trip GUESTS OP THE PRESIOEN
._ ; had been soocedRstul. and that he had DENT
S"u. needed In remo~'lg much preJu-
Ppreman Polya, One of ther-itqpr4n* dice os ulaqt emigration to the south- More Than Three Hundred Gu
od Men. Tells of Their xperienoes eral states. He said he had been including Members of the ipi
whoe 9wFfrom-the tof promal*d that a number of ships would ne t l
While Sia Oift Prom tien I.t of all direct from E rOpesa ports to matlc Corps and Prominent
Day in eoweis of Earth. Savannah, and that other* would make Ingtonans Were Present.
Savannah a port of call. Some gomrd
Joastoiw Pa., May 2.r-A't7 be. work had been done In WSotland, Washngton, May .-<, o, t
lag eutoimbedulee last Friday, eon, whence the stream of emi1ration t most brilliant social ft:o.;tn:s ,,
Ia the Bwnd-Wi company mlit, Gerga mredy bad started. season was given at the wh
No. 88, at rouAtwell, near here, the Governor Smith maid it was his in- lat evening when the ir-.siJ, an
seven miners*who were *hut ok from tention to appoint agents at Hamburg, Mrs. Roosevelt entertained d dn
the world by a sudden rush of water Bremen, Vienna, Olasgow, and other all the principal officer of tLe Ln :e
In the o.aa, were resaned at 10 ports to encourage desirable bmi- States and foreign navIes wLj pa:jli
o'clock Wd4ne~~ay night. grants. The governor and his party pated in the ceremonies aten.ns ng
The men were greatly exhausted. will sall for New York Thursday. opening of tire Jan~stowa exiit
Never In the history of the mtining The dinner was followed b. a reep
region has such a Joyous scene been NEGRO'8 FIINDISH DEED. tiou;.
witnessed as when the unfortunate Tho distinguisibed visitor, a:.-:i- i
me lere reached. Handteds of Old Couple In Florida Shot to Death Washington shortly after ; ,,',, o
people, who gathered about the mouth In Their Home. the steamer Newport N(,w, uaj
of the mine- watching the work of Penandlne, Fla.,May 2.-Thom- was delayed several hours.
rescue, cheered, laughed and cried. as Johnson and his wife were mur- The fordign officers, who, 4i.t'
Immediately on being brought,out, dered at Italia, a small settlement their stay in this country are t
al the men wanted to go to their near this place Tuesday by a negro. uests of the UnAted Statt s govern
homes and were taken to the hospital The fist lairmation la referqace nmet were received at the A h oe lho
under protest. No food was given to the killing was reclved here by at 7:30 o'clock and were prenon,
to them at first, but a stimulant In telephone, when a request came from to the president and Mrs. Roj.,vel
the form of brandy and water was tne people of that settlement for blood- by Colonel Charles S. Iiromw v, aa
administered, hounds, with which to track the mur- Captain McCoy.
Soon after arriving at the hospital derer. / At 8 o'clock the guests were, u,-re
the exhausted men fell Into a sound When the aged couple were shot into the state dining ruom.
sleep and are only awakened when sown at their bome there were two lit- The table was beautifu.',y .h, ase
the nurses administer hot broths and tle negro children nearby, and they wlih Kilkarney rosqs and h:. te::ae,
nourlAhment. hastened to gliv the Information to and the gilt plate and canje:,.a'i: er
The hospital physicians say that the home nearest by. They state used. Mrs. Roosevelt va.> ,wne
the ien would be able to be about that Mr. and Mrs. Johneon were in in blue sillk, trimmed wit paint~
In a few daye, but would be weak the house when they were shot down chiffon and lace. The dizne- wa
and unable to resume their regular by ,the Mro, ad that both,of them followed by a reception at Io o,'ock
duties for a week or more.'. cried for help. The president and Mrs. Ioscvt,:t re
"We knew the men on the outside Observing the two ebhildren, the me- celved at the north door of the j)u
were at work pumping out the water gro loaded him shotgun and gave pur- room. More than thii.ne hin;re
in aa ooadavor to release un. We ialt. The children state that they guests, Including membei-s i !t di
kept a careful watch and could cote outran him and got away. glomatic corps, army andi navy .5f
the. wa'er going down Inch by Inch. There is no elew to the murderer. cers, and persons prominent in \i!b
There was nothing we could do to -t- ingon official and soca: life. eri
p, and we all chafed under this. Drmt Incident In Court present.
We coul4 hear the tapping on the pipe Dramatic Ai The Newport News, hi r t
an4 knew It meant for us to keep up Birmingham, Ala.,May 2.--. dra party from Hampton Roads. u1,t ;1
our courage," edld Foreman Polya. matic Incident occurred in the ecood a mishap shortly af:er tnte:Ing '1
"We always signalled back whenever division of the circuit court ''-* mouth of the Potomac river Sh"
we heard the tapping. All the men day when Mrs. Ella H. MoePeters, ran into the mud and lay str'k thl,,
had full dinner buckets when they paintiff in a $20,000 damage mitt, for some hours. There was i
came into the mine Friday mor swooned shortly after leaving the wt- fog prevailing through that ct,:, ,
but the food in these was soon ex- noes stand. After. an hour's hard th time
haunted and we It theme pangs of hun- work, she was finally restored, and
er keenly. I d thk the men was carried to her home. While she RACE RIOT IN INDIANA.
after thkeenl thi day, ver e ted to was unooneolous, lawyers for both
after the thir families eer eeted to aides got their h s together, ad Assaut on Aged Lady by Negro thi
they kept up their splitas was ad- compromt d the suit for 1,600. Mrs. Cause of Trouble.
mirable. MoPheters was stnf the WIUrm IN E Greensburg, Ind., May -Th-e bit
ham Railway Ught adl Power com- ter feeling against the negroe, L
LANDING DENIED WOMAN. pany for $20,000 for perseoa la u. result of an assault on Mr Sof:o*a
ries. e...-- an aged white woman, la--t 1Sat.;1
"Countse Convaleneky" Wea Dreased lbnit, caused a race riot here TJ *
le Male AttrelL Large Halletones Pelt Georgia. day night.
San Francisco, May .2-A landing Perry, Ga., May 2.--A very ae- 81x negree were badly bea',
in the country has been deoaed "Co Hruie haon torMona ed through of whom may die.
ters Convaloasky." the woman to, strk about 4 m s west ofPer- The mob was formed bi vh:.. w
dressed In male attire, arved resat r y, on gthe road ledin from Perr t en,'and rapidly Incre l "'
ly with her husband ea the Vetura. ry. on t Mlil. The road leading frops a the hundred. All the saloon. anld o
Te o nd e husband came peaches are about all ruined. 8o pla frequented by w
here under the names of George and far as known here the severest of visited ad the furniture ar I t Zs
John Pepper. After their arrival, the storm was about one mile wide by demolished.
she said that (he was a daughter or two s W. J. Ch te, who Negroes found in these ; '
the Duke es -enara, and a coua b persps the wot suferer says beaten and warned to lea' ..
taofthe D ear, a tht sa edm had b n tht we lar The authorities Anally ~n .-. .
called rem Rusa because of her hat he maw may haIston large rowd to disperse after pr,.:-' "-
marriage to the pseed Pepper. prho g all aegrosee of bad characr .'.
was much beneath her ti social rta- compelled to leave. M .:v .:.
tioa. She alse eeo laltad of hav- Code.Ari S have 1redy departed, Ir Y o .
lug been suspecteSot harder of which W asits, D. C. May b.--nAe- bnate by the police to e'
se was Inocent.. aad o( belag ue- cordia, the ir ewa r e arrest were e.
lied on that account. ord. tie th Js the
The stories led is her examination Cot Aprl It twentyels Murdeter"' Whereabouts Kept 8* it
aU to her sanlty. The phyksiciane year, aid within a degree of the Tanglr, May .-it la'. 'a' i
who examialed her, p unced her Wert Ap*Iteerrsenesd. are l. *l"
aiae. hMr th wh The women,. who la still on board Ion of cold spells, which wept seath ^. (e , e r *A..
th Ventura with her husband, wi estard ovewr the eortheast ok who wa ti odme wO* .
present her ease to the department of gMouals lloe an d ov serth ta f aiSd to have the tr'th *
eemmere and labor at Washagtom. ethwt. and eastward t oe he- the a-e et te JrDs t
b. M h thse plenm e sl[: ~


Verdict eo Firt Degree'Murder. tFlPs. se d -tf av.lg see tod *t
Memphis. Tenn., May 2.-The Jury Demeseat Primary at GresAter, aeI at uy.
In the. case of Barey Burchett. O r aboft. N. C., May .-A -
earged with the murder of Mrs. "a eat J. BrSadt . eer Pe-epen-4.
MeCeeds DUnova., Oa the might of tba J.MUrpby f r th a P B, asla. Ma f -he c
February 1. tastt. W4esday brought te bayor la the dimeuag t. reral H1metoi ther fe C -n' "
ta rverdt of guilty Ia the first de. mb he 1 te qW g u, e k & ea ne-'"
Sree. Mrs DoWeava ae killed on the member that w er Tw y*-S $ tr. ehart '
crowded street. ha been strnhk g ft" a primary ls thik1| a*aa il r "egr
Sa man wth a Sa'cr. A iA 6 sfor wed-a
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Swtsaoes commit crime and
before they have, an
to ses refute outside

SPanell has done well, since
lO sed sit of the seven
who are held fr mnrder.
resaarkabbl record *94 the
shoAld have the credit for
'thS gh the efforts of 'lsb

S *Wili Open New Sorem.
o alur m' ,and Mr. Water-
two welltknown young men of
*ty, have Investigated the need
t;laW s general store at Rocky
Sand have decided to go into
at that point.
ars. Malphurs and Waterworth
yybag men full of ambition and
& n4M will no doubt do well.
propo6t to begin business in a
days, and will carry a full line
te residents of Rocky
di vicinitty.


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wo~rk t j~woa.the ,merit '.of
this PWpIOM M~awS
The ft-'*h*w whul U be Mild at
the Mhok6 an Mooday evening uxt

On. OOoN SErraTT.


Withteood N, Trip to ,vif Hammock
an New #*e"s Much Better.
Th numerous friends of Perry M.
Colson in this city and county will
be blessed at the Information that he
reached Gulf Hammock in fine con-
ditione and the latest reports are that
he is feeling better than for several
months.
Mr. Colson was accompanied by his
good. wife, who looked after his com-
forts, and saw that he was properly
cared for. He expects to remain at
the Gulf Hammock Hotel for, several
days.
Mrs. Becker's Class
The pupils of Mrs. R. L Becker
.ave a musialale at er residence, on
North Garden street, on Wednesday
evening.
The rooms were beautifully decorat-
ed with flower and a number of
colored candles were hung on the
wide veranda. Between fifty and
sixty' pupils and parents were pres-
ent, and at the close of the program
delicious refreshments of cream and
cake were served.
Among so many it would be in-
vidious to discriminate; suffice to
say the entertainment wa3 high class
throughout and gave great pleasure
to those who were present. The
program was a most. delightful
one, being composed of numbers
both vocal and Instrumental. and waM
thoroughly enjoyed.

MoKinstry-Miller.
There %as a quiet wedding solemn-
lied at the home of the bride's par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. F. X. Miller, West
Union street. Thursday afternoon at
half-past 1 o'clock,. when their charm.
lapg daughter. Miss Carrie, was unitt.d
in the holy bonds of matrimony to
Robt L. McKlnstry, Rev. Those. P.
Hay of the Pirst Presbyterlan church
officiating.
The wedding was a quiet one. only
the immediate members of the con-
tracting Iartes being present.
The contracting parties are both
weVl known in this pity, having been
rered.here The ain, with other
frlends, extends congratulations.

The Life Ineurnee
Muddl, has started t pablie to
thiakiga. The wonderful esesm that
baa met Dallar's Hora y



T a wa usal"g It. otl dms pro.
Omes amd down wva e smef.
Price t e. ad 91AL-. ote6 W.
K, Jebas.
Men. AAMattee- fe: m ra lr
our sealed beooeWt-ee masd aes& *
tax. Only euro; milarges jart. No
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anyone can eat and
Sof a disordered

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and you'll never.


State Giftohad thy uniy South


* WORK PROGRESSING NICELY

Bewer Mains are Being Laid Among
the Principal Streets of City.
The contractor for the sewer work,
F. H. Beeman. is making fine progress.
considering the fact that he b4s
. been so lont delayed In the matter of


MARSHAL ARtNOW 1(EPOfTS.

The New Marshal Will Make Good
Showing for First Month in Office.
At the regular monthly meetlng..of
the new City Council on next Mon-
day night, which will be the first reg-
ular meeting since the Council was


shipments from Chattanooga and Ma- organized, Marshal Arnow will pre-
con. where he has been ordering his ient a good report, which will Indl-
material. cate that he has been very busy for
For a long time Contractor Beeman the period he has been engaged.
was hampered by the failure of the It was once mid that .Marshal Ar-
material to arrive, but the ears are now, It elected, would protect the In-
coming with more regularity now, and terest of the owner Qf cattle in the
he expects to complete the work with corporate limits, and would not ar-
all haste poslbl9 consistent with rest the cows on the outskirts of the
good work. city--or, to be plain, the tows which
nad been aceult&ned- to grazing
In the Mayor's Court. within a short distance of the line;
There were two offenders in the but this statement seems to be an-
mayor's court Thursday morning. be- authorized, for that official "takes ih"
ing Edward Turner and John Mont. everything within the city limits, with.
gomery. colored, who were both the result that thirty-eight cattle
charged with disorderly conduct. have been impounded since he was
It appeared from the evidence that sworn into office April 12-eighteen
both defendants were carriage drivers, days.
or hackmen, and that there was an Marshal Arnow will show a report
unpleasantness between them which from April 12. when he assumed of-
resulted in a quare*l hen both were ftOe, to May 1, which gives thirty art
arrested. They were fined $1 and rests, $163.75, and thirty-eight battle
coats each. impounded, $19, making a total of
$172.75 f6r the portion of the mohth
Vitrified *rtek Walk. of April, eighteen days, which is one
of the beat ever shown in nlfG.i.lll


Women
,ufferera 01
Should use




DON'T
let yourself to be miserable.
Why suffer from severe h(,ad-
aches, have falntining sptdl
and be fretful? Your liv.r
needs attention. Try Herblnei
Sthe great liver regulator.
CURBS CoutltOflt, Bliousm
k and Fever and
v aLer Compiints.
s. E. xe. Morriseon. ITo"
to Texas. writes: "I haw
fred for years from sev, rt
hadaoes, dizziness and
fantin speUl. I rre ivA
nersliet untillItried H. rne
ar dw completely cuJr 1.1
rexIt always."


Material is being placed on the PRIC _50c. -
ground for the construction of a vit. Montgomery OGet Schoel. a S w Linimet C
rifled brick sidewalk on the north Mon tomery, A .. a .I is wm 14 ow SSURme
se of Ws Cr s t b e Montgomery, Ala., May 1.-It is T. L oUa u SSOUR..
side of West Church street. between annoeed that the $50.000 neces-
Garden and Pleasant, the property ~ary to secure the Methodist Women's
being owned by J. R. Ed4lns. Mr. school has been raled, guaranteeing
Eddlns appears to be a Arm advo- tie location of the college, as a lot oi ad Raconmmerd'e
cate of vitrified brick, which he be. has been secured. We. IO NSION. hain-.i 1k
lives will outlast by many years any _m ,, ,,,__
other material..
otemtril ESTHER S. JORDAN. W. w. I.v
Prbyterian JORDAN & OMPAon.
The regular moathly session .meet-
ing of the First Presbyterian church
will be held at the pastor's study at ".
half-past 7 o'clock this afternoon. A
full attendance il desired I S U
PORTER BLOCK OAINBVILLE, FLORIDA
IT IS FOR LADIES, TOO.

.., Fire, Life and Accident p
"oer C(sStep Tb >IJr WarI'aUng Out '

t aWfo t, 0 w: .- S S MERCHANT &, CO
hair fa:i~ng out, u prCv, .. : .. V>: I
tallln ,out a.nd thkcken the K 'th with j i
Newbro's "H rpkitd B s;.-. Herpt, t
teld Ia ono frmi*niMr there Is ffSp I klaks "the
dandruff germ that eats the a:r off at
the rotL After the g I, destriyeyd.
the r->t wtI shoot Up, tt.- hair gro-v
Inrt as *evr. E'a e a aa1l wan Crn.
vtinw ny Tldy that Ne*t ~o 1r' H l4 e r
i an d.*N'msmbit tTlet Nsrquis:e-. 0TU U3 A 1L .
or 0. 1. 11y =d ag 4igaiS Wi I F, -u
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SENATE PROCEDOilN W. .. """
te called to order at 10it-Iook, JONESVILLE JOTTINGS.
president Harris litn t hair. Jonesville, May 2.-Rev. Taylor
by chaplain. C. of .: ed his regular appointment here
Sunday morning. Owing to his wife's
introduction of Bts. I.. illness It was impossible for him to
Mr. Crews-Relating to pen- preach at Half Moon Lake, where he
was to have baptized several candid.
Mr. Crews-Relating to' teach- dates. We hope to hear of her speedy
ertidfcates, recovery. He postponed the baptism.
Mr. West of First, fixing salar- until next Sunday morning at 10
certain State officers. o'clock.
SMr. Crews-Requiring Qunty Miss Minnie Lee of Newberry spent
owners to levy mrllage re- Saturday and Sunday with Miss
by school uoard. Clem Pickett. &
transaction of some other Mrs. J. C. Fortson and son, Julian,
bess, including a number, @l bills spent last week with her mother, Mrs.
meond reading, te Seate ad- W. J. Hamiltbn.
1d until Thursday morntbg. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Kirby of New.
S- berry spent Sunday with the latter's
IN THE HOUSE. parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Spirs.
House was called to order at Mr. and Mrs. Sanches of Bronson.
,m., Speaker Matthews '-a' the and Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Green of
Tioga, spent Sunday with their par-
prayer by Rev. J, B. Prultt ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Pickett.
Sthe approval of the journal, the Misses Ostella and Irene Miller
lng business was taken up: visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Ime concurrent resolution No. T. R. Pickett Sunday evening .
t Mr. Pettigrew of Ma ate Mr. and Mrs. B. D. -Wetl rington,
ig Congress to call coattlUaon- Misses Ella Smith and Viola Gifford.
'ivention for the popular' ele and Messrs. H. M. Harris and Mat-
Sf United States Senators, went thews of Newberry attended church
under the rules. at Jonesville Sunday, dining at the
Introduction of IIIla. home of Mrs. W. J. Hamilton.
bill No. 355, by Mi. Doke A SPRING MEDICINE.
Alachua-Relating to Itthleh
lcB uat-Relatlng With the advent of spring many
Mr Doke of Alachua---latntg peWplo feel the need of a tonic of some
6f school taxes. srt, and there are not a few favor-
SMr. Reese of Escamba-R-W hIts spring tonic formulas treasured
Sexpenditures of m i po w lmost as heirlooms in old tfamilnes.
elections. oam of these have real merit and
SMr. Rose of EsaM biI.hd. s hold bs made public for the public
in University a tS a bood '-but their holders are in most
Female College#, a tO ik casme loath to give them wide pub-
ltions therefore, l Uety. A thoughtful scientific pro-
Mr. Register of Hamlt=-3wor sscription that is found to do the
11h commissioner. work required of a spring medlteie
SMr Wilson of aHao- md to do it quickly and agreeably
tieont of commnsi. too is Coposed of 4' os. Fluid Bxtract
Into Indian war dms. of Buchu, 1 os. Bulso Mixture. % os.
Mr. Wells of e-IAve-qt.. extract Gentian Compound and
Of disea among domeOettSo 1 o. ater. The roper dose Is
Mr. W of tableploful taeo three times a
r w. oW Levy-.iI _Y m ba to before meals. Any good phbr-
Stvicts. 1 macy will put up this prescription at
Mr. -ath w of Msarion -ea. ,l II M" p

Nr negan of etI- P ntrla p tm e lseeine s.
I.t kuell of pua, M a. divers aud helpers of Ie wag-
'-f d T"artmn-etot am t in city struck Tuegiy and
f -, ordered pribt"t d' lare that ty will remain Out us-
Mr. l cWoilamsat 1 Jd ai tU l thef tnd $or seorter hours
-1t ard ianrdmooe was"M oWe pled with.
Ncrt rofa A d At o ll l Tteo trtlohs ti ed up tb lee busi-
Sfl,,.rencesoon tbore roughly, a nd o We. was de-
veuI .---- I a a ew xceptoa caW. The
to cn- 1e olo" i Wtr sw declare that the MeO
ta. h oct alr' t"ue* Uek -re bep UIy objected to a
damw l coptiact p1eidlag thaI
_____on dealers and *e4perM wb get di&ak
Thi*~- r a1 dam hoeSet wbt e on dt0 y & hall
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.5Al-o wc.wonr that we rscoamausIa
ofmbknownquqftto OW u

*""ODORLESS"
Sma m mow


sicsaps o", kill more people t '
many mor serious diseases.
To seae this comUtloU of ill ..,. .,
health, to enjoy one's food and yg liS;weetisi4stem--sN ....,... a.
sever oor with IndlgeetOr. a aw- ,re sie emm em o me
son shoMuld use Mon stoa96 h tab4 iie igigeess aw Ibe
lets. They are not a mef digestve __ ,,
tablet, but strengthen and restore to
natural seti the stomach ad bow.-
els and Oat complete Car. in ees a-a e "M.B
the yA fersof stomach ebtmbles.
J. W. MeCollum sells Mlo-o an N't W
cent boes under a guarantee to r
fund the agmcy unless it does am that
is dadme"foruit.

I omee. Wamed uet It e mr d f Y" *r
Sandusky, 0.. May 2M-A polell
man *i W.-d ..d.> discovred f"i S I g0 1haoifies, Plo .m gaM***
raging Ia the three story enidr Wf Lsses oL rolUt;l oi
bulging, the upper foors of which t1
wre o0epM61 by everal Isitee. "
The alara, was rive fa jut in A VI t
save thi leeprg In'ma. A 'I U Are A ss
Wa asd -v.rsl chlldros WON Ovew- e r ......
sun by Smop ad had t mo- m euS T 26t N tos ya oniav.n y-yrtbll > be w
out of the buidlag. T e. ,"0 .. :,,..
was gutted by the re. Te
Seer was Cteupied by I. J. It J
Co., heavy gro r A I
ime bo6us ", s e d.

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Niwberry *R -Mis M *
Lee wis a guest Miss Clenm Pic
last Sunday.
Dr. and Mitf Riff r.arqed
from Tampa, where tbeoy"1st.e
Mr. and Mrs. Ira J. Carter and h o.,tte home neat
tte son of DeM ahigton listed M i well dressed
C. C. WVethbiagtcn last week. O ften
C. D. McGregor of H1gh Spri tat
was here Sunday, shakisli hands wi ove e
his many friends.
Mr. and MrI Ben Weitherl tbe*
spent Sunday at Jonesville, the guests
of Mrs. Hamitou.
Mrs. C. D. Mjay and children visit*' heD4 *4*
Alachua last week. r enI, alepIlea5 IIS
to go mayw ar only sayptoms whieh
W. G. Clapits spent last Thur- rtetlomdy Vde on

C. A. Neal spent last Thirsday in Pinitabe Comp

Dr. Thos. MeLeod spent last week ild ftrth roh theo h
in Georgia, vlttas his mother. sfts 10 f fA .e l eleu a.p
Mrs. Code Wiekl vsturned Saturday i,-AsWta Lt of MW nino, ; write Der Ms. Plah
Trom GainesvtlN where she spent ML alo la aowk U emd hadall d t'
few days visittg eds and e aSah Wa s Veta
Miss Clem Piokett of JonesvU"Y 1 wtow a3I.sea piBe* Meg t *N
was here shope.g Baturday. Mrs. Plnkha io i to Wefln
Mrs. Marable Iad two children lft tat a weakne" a tOltted |
Saturday for WAke City, where she S at L .2* be W11o*
will visit her A-.edr..lge th at I
Mrs. Philip JoNes and childrii .. a
qpmt last w*. In High Springs. .
visiting relate ."s.
Miss Olive Wright of Alachua is
here, a guest et her sater, Mrs. Ne ll
Hodges. A "fA i C M E
Mrs. H. M.AndrWe of Tloga via-
ited friends bhe Buday.
W.'G. K(na* 'made a business
trip to Tampn l Iaturday, returning E. E. V MGR.
Sunday. AhtlNv of f lu fll _t enish e r-'ardi l
R. R. Rodw' turned to Macon, 0 0 y,- O ag ha eeo thirty ye '11
N. C., last we*-ft r at six months' , t oo l I WI tld ui|titles. .
visit in Florl4 '
Miss Sallie o.rla. d is quite sick
this week. ier friends hope to see W W -V X m L im^ .
her out soon. .I X, A00ID3MT, tURGLRAAT AN1 XNITYMN IMBCA.1c, A1
0;11 *sii M a au aber of b"10iWA AiMA IsUk companies
nkXAL agTATF ijiLO yI A I
WO Mi PAY MQRE. e 1Lle _M_
Why Insuranes leaniles DiOlcriml. -
note Agaltst the gentle Sex. h. i, ,Od*4, ?" P e I. L, tMrino, COsale
Medical extimlers of insurance W. Hij, Yheehde Gm O.AA. At. ,:
ompanies say that the reason a w iTHE I NT I I
pays more for the privilege of tm K
dance than a .b, is from the tact
that women awe readily tall viothe
to indigestion ad stomach tronbie OW .A .X SVZ XLW.
and the fatal almets that pr .... UNITED STATES DEPTO Y
from theseSauses.
All per they who have a ........ ................100000 00
weakened gestivoe sytem and ut- S0
foer from ait headache, dlsy pells, O O .f
distress R eating. speak before oternt Paid em asvigp Aesosae saod Oertlatem of Depolt. All
the eyes, leattain nervousess, sleep. Tweetled Promptly.
lessness, aid the auy other -symp. v *.a. TATLO. 0I
toms of tWaiestion, soon love the,
tone of the whole system and are m
most susceptible to- a fatal witness. (r I*
For curative power in all stonach
troubles, nothingeeio to as afe yqt
teie-"iean H .F .DUTTON&C
effective, nothing else s be tho|
blesroa andigestios as M loma. It is
and is relly one of the vahuble die. JO.JiJ ai V" JM
coverles in modern ecles ]
It is not the acute Attacks that II ."_ HI Z I frZ
heence the haurance esamlners alone,
but the eotant teellnags of 'wek '
,be Sea. TIsre otto
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that his drug
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oev the t l of a little

y Q ot Hawthorn is
rtte d, Miss Ola Adkns..
Shas r" e'$umed
ofridsi do the Zist

Mrs. B. W. Wlt made a
to galnesville Wla week.
L IH.Relley spent Saturday
,of nearO Double Ruown
deth 4dP.. and Nas Peand
M 84unded the de celle. the
of the fori' sister, om r. A.

eadly Slhotimg Afftry.
Oa., May $.-Woar of a
wee booin ftray r w, and
afternoon stating that o. T.
o of near Double dua, Cad
death P. 8. Naworthy, and
U ded the ded manew's young
tal of the Me ootMim h ty.
.pwer brotW~er-ln-law, and
*that the terr~tiO affair was
6, quire over a lot of tUs-
.u -an menlived t CoCr.
p'ebV, ad the *ad news was
lSUe to their friesde here.


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LLARD3
SNOW
INIMENT
Positive Cure For
Iir4l eA Sores,
*- uIdomu and am li.
SJH KNOWS. *
0. H. Runyon. Stan-
SMo. writes: I hark
I IowLlnimentanidcr 't
gh for It, for Rbhi.- i
And all pains. It ts
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ThWlrty*eventh Annual Re(nion.
Waashlt., m8 3,-4.iAhy memr-
bers of the soclet(Y ~ s&'ry of tt
Potomac and their Inv tedi uetaL tht
membeiro e oit oclcleoM of the TPo-
neosee, Cumberlan 4d Ol?, arrived,
la WlaFhingto Wfedomday or thec
thirty-seventh annual reunion, which
begins tmith a reception to be tendered
by the veterata, at the Corcorap Art
Gallery. $he reunion will extend
through the day and fPrday, the'pln.
elpal event being the unveiling of the
statuee erected to their leader, Gener-
al Gorge B. MoClellan.

Woold Oust Company from State.
New York, May 2.-The Amerlcar
says that J. P. Ughtfoot, assistant
attorney general of T'xas. has been
to the city for ten de ,qutetly get-
ting evidence to be utilUxae In an at-
tempt to oust the Wateft-Pierce 01
company trom Mth state. Mr. Ught-
foot came here unheralded. He wae
aeoomapanlediby Judge 0. W. Allen,
who i acting me his attorney The
object of his vislt was to as we ey-
(denee thatethe Waters-Pltear O
OompanyIs i component part of the
Standard Oil company.

If You Qent
Succeed the first time de Herbine
and you will get Instant relief. The
greatest liver regulator. A positive
Oure for Constlpation, Dyspepsia, Ma.
lara, Chills and all lver complaints.
Mr. C-- of Enory. Tea writes:
"My wife has been using Herblne for
hereelt and children tor live years.
It It a sure cure for ostipation manl
malaria fever, which l s subtantlated
by what it has done for my family."
Sold by W. M. Johnson,

QuIet Restored t PttevIew.
Oolumbus*, (a., May' .--4'rWt
qIet has been restored at PFttmofew.
A&., where a ras riot was feared
Teeseay. as a result of a Ldooting
it whloh a negro was killed sad aa
wte ltAa Injured. The white peo-
pe were oan ..Uard Tueseayr sht,
bpt ek waw as oubresAk.

De You Love
your bab ? te wonder why be oriet.
Buy a bottle d WhItfa Oream VeOtU
tuge and he Wi evs er cr. Moat
babies have van, aMd the methes
don't know It. Whe's Cream Verml-
tgew rids theheli o atwOwmOn aWdeea
out Its" sysM to a saeat wey.
aver mother aM hee a bem a



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saI 6i4v-tt Profet44
wathe st t d*eversal
tot9 d to reftrcli, I
of w hcb wa tqourth DI.'

Telephone Strike Threataead. .
Bn r 'May. 2.-
olsdo wi(l .he a big telephone Atrike
unll.theb.Pb k States Tset ieAe
TelegAphp 'othpany acdedes to th
demaAi e4t at a meet. o'f the
6perastor^ un141 fday night The
demand n tdlud a flat rate ,or all
operators' after they have sev4ed at2
appreaticelp. The vote ,y which
ths isaMtds were adopted was man-
mous, .and a committee was aMletted
to ptlettt them to the company on.
Wednesday. pe operators Will mtel
sptin ThurWday night to vote on a
strike, abhold the company refuse to

eeseede to their demnende.

lep Grumbling. (.
If you seller trom Rheub Sm or
pains, for Ballard's Snow L minment
will bring quick relief. It is a sure
cure for Spralns, Rheumatiam, Con*
tracted Mheles and all paien--and
within the reach of all. Price 26,
60o, $1.00. C. R. Smith, Tenaha, Tex.,
~ ee: "I have used Ballard'a Snow
llemt i l my family for yers and
found It a fine remedy for all
and aches. I recommend It for
ns i the chest." Sold by W. M.
Johnson.

Atkins Elected President.
Montgomery, Ala., May 2.-At .a
meeting of the !rustees of the eighth
district agricultural school at Athens.
J. M. Atkins, of Alabama City, war
elected president. He Is given au-
tlocrty to name his faculty, with the
*gproval of, the executive committee.
Donation to Georgia Teoh,,,.,,
Atlanta,' May 2.-The We.ern
KPct) o6mapauy of New York, has
dt aited to the Georgia School of Tech.
.4logy a complete telegraphing out-
A1.to, a ted b he students for ex.
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SHORTT TALKS BY
L T. COOPER.

CHRONIC CRANPS.

We alb have met peW ie who me eo
datkly hkiM Lk ;% a aerbc


OO ,la from

mwea tobe Just is
bed dan ombut
this In seldom we
am js 16 mesM the w- W

- eas r their femg
Seth coensfrees de
we"el. A emn r awhse v"
ap de ia v7 abe mi~v
twbat ti ftdo'tN
be have Ceao'sNewDiscovry
do@& ths w =edi=sl s lpof l h
mouth's else a i~lyblip1Et,,hS


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thmowb eln"
"we'sats eelgsome ofue~e l
YW1. ha~d erIto~ ~w
thse bad waslsaiplGod

al*kdigiewst ~me "d

mvinpe MOPb oem ke
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*Ftyears a WasI was takes with
theumatism. IleMt thie use of y
hand and had to to. te hoepitf
but did o t aeta yr 1 Is.o ad
it in my llmL and bodry ad would not
walk forslx month, I wa a ptlet.
in the Homeepsthio Hos~tal th a
ergent Bo$ pital, and the ew B
land J tal, ,and did not set a
relief om any of them. I afib wet
to th6 Fourth Grade Hospital nla tew
YorkX. Some of Boston'1 bt esphdy-
clans attended me and still I aad i
relletf For there years would not do
any work at a?, but for the kest ear,
sinteo unag Mfunard'a Liantmet as
able to do all housework. i thtk
that I know the worth of Minard's
Liniment better than ay person who
has ever suffered with rheiematlm.
Hundreds of people who know of
*ufferIng gi MNnard'a Linimeat the
praise.I1 wish that eyeryroeoi kew
the worth of this Unmlent as I do.
pours truly, Mrs. Kama m B. Willlmes,
O Sawyer t., Bosto."
Imaw Mo o Ie. ad s"t As. Uggs


KILL* HUSBAND, SQN AND SELO


Insane Woman Commits Very Ghastly
Tragedy In Rhode Island.
Providence. R. I., May 1.-Hetf
mind unbalanced, it Is believed hl.
cause of long-continued nervous troq-
ble. Mrs. Louisa Holden, forty years
of age, shot and almost Intaatly kill-
ed her husband, Lee S. Hoilda, thea
.turnoe the revolver on her aon. L400
A. WIlliams, 15 years ol a
him in the bead, Inflicting a ftal
wound. She then ehot herset In the
head, dying at the Rhode Island ho-
plial.
The tragedy occurred at the home
the Holden's. The husband was a
member of the firm of Smith & Hol-
den, dealers In oils aa@i paints. The
couple had been married about five
years, Mrs. Holden being divorce4
from her Brat husband. Durng the
evening the family spent several hour
together playing cards, all apparent-
ly In the best of spirits.

Boy Killed by a Trolley Car. ,
Montgomnery, Ala., May 2.-Mon-
rw Harrison, the three-year-old Ion
of J. M. Harrison. raa from behind
an Ice waon aIn froiat at a street cam
Wedaneday morning on Perry street.
Ihe car psse over his body and he
ia crued to death. Though a
ltrlke-breaker was la charge of the
ea.r and later arrested, be couNd have
toped In time to save the IUtl tel.
low's life. *

30 1 OFr APOUCATrsOr TAX
12B) UN SERcnox aN or CRAPT-
46L. LAws or rF mDUA.

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EALED 80
EAST LInERy
STREET.
te Of Public works of
vilie will rece1,e
t* Friday, the 3rd
't t*hr o'clock I o
te construction of r
It wall, both si(h.. of s8
1Brnach, duplicate to wor
street, across e kg
1 and building of the cul
Ild t, *Idewa'k o nor 1
S* t, and extunu.d to south
S8.t feet, the wall to
.4 0 at t Robb's cross-feu.
;, acroe 8Sweetwater a
11 .to nothing on grade on
bra~eh. On the &outh s
=, .*Gthe., Tabernacle and te
Vr ..1 h grade on Runk
0p"r ty. This to include
t fr om the walls out on
WA paate bid will also be receive
a the sAme' time for the constrr
so Oatf the culvert across the enth
4010, 6 4ad the filling in of
Stt lat that point.
W. W. HAMPTON,
r' \Mth 1907.

ortVc oa APPLCATIONO )R TA
)* D .UD~R SECTION S, OF H\
f LAW 0' FLORIDA .
Bmi aas r iof Tax 'ertltaitea i
I"e day of July. A. D.
14 4 oertiUcate In my oml e,
asa wsetlaon for tax deed to iue
aesaMIa with law. Said certtlc(ate
following described pruoerty st
""In l Ak on county, Florida. tow,t
w g o1wW See.o 10, Tp. Io s., R i--
"IaIOnd being assessed at the date
t. lusee of auoh certifilcate In the 4a
'CaiMeer1floateaball be redeemedj
law, tax deed will ismue thereon
y of Jure. A. D. 1907.
.WI ofIicial dote nature and ei tt j
the of My. A. D. 1907.
9p Clerk blrulit Court Alachua C2o. ka
1KO9CO OF APPLICATION F"R TA]
DnI UNDMR SECTION O01 (CHA.\TE1
41. LAW OF FLORIDA.
4bote tIs hereby given that h : E ar.,o0
purelroft Tax Certificate No .I dtA
U0e4 of July. A.D. 1904. l.,a ted ,4a
oertulaI nmy offloe. and haM lh iidie a.jci
os M fr 4de0d to laue In accordHroa wI:
lw. IOertdefiate embraces the f,oo'*A
ioe roperty situated in Aidhti. row
W1,_ ie, I towit:
w .4 of Se 1-4 Sec. 7. Tp. .,, I.. -i
Tu se Mlad nbeinr assessed at thie (I
tbe la-Ias e of auch ceriflleate in ltL,1i :..e c
Xeihort TraCt (. o.
UleM atA s ertdfloate shall be redetL:'d
O to law. tUardeed will issue thereon
1=0 ay- of May. A. D. 1907.
W= Iy of icial a nature and sea. :i
Mhe N dal of April. A. D. 1r7.
S., H. WI.N(fES
A clerk Cirouit Court Alachuu Co. EA.

OT I .OFr APPLICATION FOR TA
D m UM BID SECTION 8 OF CHAITE
4L. LAWS OF FLORIDA.
3Oe Is he-rby given that E E. Canno
bae Str of Tax Certificate No 7-,.date
ti kida of July, A. D. IS.h. has Ltei! e
toerUU5 Ia >I oieo, anD bas made 6picl
toI fr tax 4 to00 ;iue In accordance wit
lIw. iMo isnUlate embraces the foli wI
prib Opty W pit tuated in Aliacua cuu
-eNoe.t l Sec. 21. Tr. s. R 21-
laed beain asesmed at the dhite
SUCB oertillcate in the Ham
stUltlh fTrust Co.
.fni T cate shall be redeemed
OW J5i V. sax deed will isue thereon <
dY aof May, A. D. IWu07.
-in *officIal signature and sea: tt
I iat of April. A. D. itMr.
S. H. WIENGI-E.
p 1 Gerh Croolt Court Alachua tCu. FL.

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idisPtY *advertislagaKi m&

week San is ase04"000%h elp
pr, published ed y MVW3111
*gd WoODt$anl tbs mm*. ef h
1 Sat. And SeMl ska"
S free, to any l rt41 of~s d
CWda, for $1.0 a Ifa -Ua 01* 0
t ..bill' beam uM '&0 > ot
0( sdvertisMCAn .a*<,qWbavin
is cotract. Prtleft e au etow
i6ed to pay for dvwrtlaltI a
As, TUX lAs 0 n.

AlfonSo may as w o nriae
of congratulatiots, Whether
i boy or triplets.
Watterson made a good bid for
e of Col. Graves by booking
a latter's heroes.

Sth(e coming of Admital Wvans
iHmpton Roads, it is rNXArted
eo air became as blue as the
----------- -
i Mr. Stead's latest utteMaceM.
that before he gets through
1hi efforts for universal peace
be fighting mad.
I has registered in this city
Temperance, Ky. This town
|al no doubt does exist, In the
amous for its mint Juleps, but
,y looks like a Joke.

that Andrew Carnegie needs to
his cup of happiness to the
bk the assurance that soae day
Intre will adorn a postage
of some large denomination.

Thaw jury disagreed, the law-
reed, the family disagreed.
Ia allenists disagreed. But as
pile seem to be' in the same
disagreement bug at least
a good job of It

IATimes-Union and Tampa Morn-
Hbune are giving the people of
San excellent service of dolngs
W Legislature. which keeps the
b thoroughly familiar with mtt-
t the State Capitol. ThtI lWeV-
Saturally appreciated by t as
e to keep posted on L jgisle

Srest trouble with our enor.
S leorporated wealth is that
rkho control the stock sad
S aly receive on an average
I 0gre interest. As the pm-
t bled to fill the pursee of the
Wf oligarchy the question s
I fairly inaugurate an isdus-
I Democracy by removing the
Sthat have built up a&d (eser-
Ml dutrial oligarch. All
IPri jtil..k such as protecting
Sbvy th,. tariff, mst be
s ard the reconstrtta
O OTrlorations must bIesoacn
t.~. th. i public whose mloOey.
*e tL. ;in ad whose pattor.
rs t.pn will have eqinal
'-homanage the


b h ut.,le supply of ama-
h I hrge ard a coapsey, to
. ,, "' ... the enWrto lia
* a'..,! Interlache.. is t
b, ,-t formed. This is
;r "] '-,, gravel, and is
!'.- matintt for

kt.a ben to ing
-tt C. Tsl has


ia the neW mom I
a'ocer1.g to5KgI5o is
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!iJ l xery uch aoubt htere ThlT
It at

to b~e t.bf, ile no

ame re"ajx in mrn ista eou
, ,'o d ere ay benefit
S TOO mabll-order concerns cut <
with their thoAsa-dpare
|otyla andt inmal y iastanome
A." t ey.-ell diAct- from the!
tO consumer-mnaking
han of these shipments from their
I teonctories. As a matter of fact,
wml very much doubt whether there
Uo one of them that owno the half
of Wi t' they claim' and to th"s ex.
tent it aI nothing butea plain case of
humbuggiSg the people.
The pic of any article with
Sfreiht charges added is in A ma.
jority t oanes equal to, if not more
than. it boqht at home. Had the
buyer gone to his local merchant, he
would have obtained what we wanted
and had the satisfaction of patronts-
tag home' ieastry and held a warm
friend instead of retaining a doubt-
ful one.
Bi buying of the bome dealer yoi
are increasing the prosperity of the
community in general, as all are ben-
elted. The dealer does a better busi-
noes, a int a position to buy gis stock
at lower prices and to sell cheaper to
you. s fr advertisers more extensive.
l inn t loCal papers and places the
per it a'jposition to- give you bet-
tr arice.
It true that' merchants do not
always treat their farm customers
right. They sometimes try to beat
down prices on farm produce by buy-
ing from side shippers the things
that can lust as well be produced at
b>me, and it is no worse for the
farmer to send off after goods than
it. is for the merchant to do it. The
merchant in the country should real-
Ise that his prosperity depends upon
the property of the farmer, and both
should realize that whatever they
pay out for freight is a loss to home
manufacturers.
In fact, all classes of people in
every community should realize that
it is better to co-operate together
than to fight each other. The pro-
ducer of wealth in all lines is the
man who must prosper primarily be-
fore anybody else can prosper. Then
the less we pay for the expense of
exchange the more there is for the
producers.
Increased wealth means greater
revenue from taxes and the burden
th reof lightened. Increased revenue
brings much needed improvements.
good roads and bridges, and better
educatonal facilities. These things
are the demands of the day, and who-
ever buys from mall-order houses is
* block to the wheels of home Im-
provements.

Constessman Clark thought so
much of the address delivered by Dr.
II. P. Moore, oyster culture expert
from the Bureau of Fisheries, deliver-
ed before the Florida Legislature, that
he has generously donated a copy
of the same to The Times-Union,
which appeared In that excellent pap.
er of the 1st inst. Dr. Moore is cor-
rect when he says that the fishing
Industry is one of Florida's greatest,
and suggests that more care be take
dusty. The amount received through
this Industry alone each year is
astounding, and the same should be
encouraged and Increased as much as
possible, for the market is inexhaust-
ible.


8ATrs or Owto. Crrv or TOLEDO, s.
LVCAR OoUry. I
FrIk J. Oemey makes oath that
he is senior partner of the firm of
P. J. Cheoey & Co., doing business
n the City of Toledo, County and
State aforevead, and that sa rAm wUl
pay th sum of One Hundred Dollars
for ech and very ease of Catarh
that eanaot be cured by the um of
HaW' Catarr* Curm.
FRANK J. CHUNMY.
worm to before me sad subecribed
i .my pretsoee, this i day .of Doe
enmbe. A. D. 8W6.
SA. W. -GUASON.
MaL)M Nawr Pahk"
Jal. CaOW*e w is e tk e S*oI
te'a o=yas@ dodmoIas atl Mo,
Uh sg-*fs-Tf yts
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counterfeits M are appea4ti. I
one of the lAs I4. sn regard t
sa 10 bill on th roy Natio al Ba,
s a counterfeit me apparently by f
e new photo-e6ioving process .a
t Made up (0 two thi abeetsat
paper with the silk ohread that d41-
4 tlauilsh the eal Oovernment. bill
t carefully sandwched in between
y them. It is sa' to be a very clever
piece of work, and to mark a decided
step forward I' the line of criminal
art. The department to having a
e, good deal of trouble now with couna
I terfelt coins at ,8gnmie silver. Of
e course during tte time when silver
g'was at the lowest market prie%
r 'tere was a joo profit in buying
, the metal in bulk and working it
up into tsilve 0ooins of all sorts.
f Some of these are excellent pleces of
. work, and as there was nothing but
f pure silver in them-they were rather
hard to tell from the genuine. The
principal work now, however, seems
V to be recoining. Mexican aqd South
American silVt currency with the
Ametican ImprqSatsk on them.
is a labor savng device in a way
because the silver to already shaped
and even milled, and all that is eo,
cessary to do Is to stamp it. AcC
rious fact has developed, however, "
the study of these counterfeits, and
that is that It in almost impossible
to obliterate to original Impression.
It may be strvk out with the fresh
dies so that # is gone to all ap.
pearances. B IS the coin to
"pickled" in a AMd acid solution for
48 hours, the original Impression
will come out aegi, very faintly it
is true but so that'it may be read
ith the glass. It is a continual
race between ie ?Treasury and the
counterfeiters ai to which shall cir-
cumvent the otter. But so far the
Secret Service a managed to keep
ahead of the lame% and as soon as
a new trick is invented by the crimi-
nals, the Goveamtest experts find
a new one in the protective line
that will cap It,

Editor Frank Harrs is making a
fine paper out of The Ooala Banner-
or, to put it mor s plainly, he is keep.
inq up to the sitadard of exclency.
The Banner should shine In the home
of every progroegve man In old Ma-
rion.

Prine I, With Measles.
Madrid, MSa .-Pri.ce erdinasz
SBavarra. o ANmso' 'brother.
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d arry .on the
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ble ad to have and
a pupings tations
ton'ad bue ato o-
4 O arryb on the business
gpee and reft rlgera
bil9 and private as, to.
B pt li y c eroa the beineos
i apto applying 6166.
ht, t and power, to
leae ma carrd on the
comnUatsion by tele
iph.or o'tI 4utans of
BIh m md to toatrsct and
pole wtree ad4 traw
to carry o neld bost*
S terally toIn the
a P =eme Corpwa
teetelned by the
to advanta0oUs
tesae of the corporation.
O uo hall have the right
ake sand perform and
p3S q *very kind and
th anyr pe son, ara*a
ovpor'atton. This cor-
Vb =e the right to bor-
0pon the issue of war-
r othW negotiable secur
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to by, I_ own, andi
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po00 stoe, share, bonds.



adand t l a
th obliisat .oflsoI
tu powrI herso t O
an'doi t w wo sayand


t un or the *tSNate,
orida. The oregelg 4a1 be
trued both a* toi o e
"aM and it is ,
Ked that the m .
Fn shall not In OW way ti
trot the powers of this orporM


ETICLE 3-The capital w ok of
S"Opouraton shall be "n-
SThound Dollars divided iato
i Twua shares of thm PT tal
'e One Hundred Doetais 'os.
Satook shall be jald aIn. In law
Mey of the United Statee. Ofr .IS
1 In property, labor or ere
Sjut valuation to be BIe
i dtre4or at a meetiUn to be
r that parpos.
TICLE 4-- The term or whieh
a t1e shall exist, small be
le years from the date of
s patent.
5. See. I-The buslntee
orporation shall be conducted
at, a vioe-presldsat. ow
treasurer, and a board of
The number of diret-
be mnered or tminlashed
W. The direeton shall
r the stok holders at
AUl otwhe


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Adet amounat
iity to which
Way time sub-
a00) Seventy-
-tl peg oer-

btfMAree st


R o Tyler. W, fifty (60)
LTyU. e iMa., flfto
J. I. er, Pia., fifty (60)
U 3L 4i *kl)4 al., onft (1)
share, .
R. 1 stdih of tyloer f la., o (
J A. of vuier, F., oa4 (1)
The foirel- MMW of torpof
tion are t day approved aadot.


at Tyler, f or that purpose.
In witnee. wqreot we have here-
unto eat oua t and seals this
2rd "ay of April,1907.
S. D. RICE.
R. 8. UPON.
J, D. TJWILNuR
L. G. CONN Le
L IL TUCKMR-
J. A, BEACH.
(Seal.)
State of or.'Alachua Oounty .
Before 41 wromally came this 3rd
day of AA 17, 9. D.
RIOe, R. son, J. D. Turner, L
u. Connell, L. .L Tuoker, J. A. Beach
to me well known and knoha to me
to be the p who ubscrilbed to the
foregoing arUclee of Inorpoaton,
and who MsTerally owledged be
fore me that they subscribed to the
sanme for the purpose of obtainitng
letIs patent and charter of the Ala
chua Trau4% aad Imprevement Com.
any, from h.tate.ot Peria, and
or the other purposes therein e-
pressed.
Witness my and and off l sal
this SIrd day of Apl, A. D. 1907.
YIM D OtBBBPLT,
Notary PubUl, tatq of PFlrlda at
larg y comlssion eplrea June
llth, 1909.t_,



PerrY M toleM.ftes t J. W. pbdiws. Vie
FPrst iA. bo Mea. ae.-Treas.
S OAUIUSVILLA, FLA.
We do an exslelve Abelnet basit
nee., with fuell1is* for Impataes Fill
Imformasltou eoeretal m e Tile of
sno uad all lase t AIsloea eea y.
All bolsees tr easeted --eptif-

E. H. MARTIN
Protloel
Cabinet.-Maker

g"yp N e lte l .
Roll-Toe Deaks
sad all ItadW of
o0we Fuamver
made tet mr as
1 Im tfaese ..ar.u
I see-des eIbee
IABIR% A 8P.
01ALTY.


ALACHUA COUITYI,
Alaha esonty to s ,M00ereem I
area,. h e0 mile. eirad 900
i was road. is pssoaeeaI
,h awe 3se N O7 -ipe
30 sa w mNlUI, m; -0M
thei rP2:, eottos, epm,
Ow, e oe, opa ,
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Juane .th /H be proe -P
,The UBabftf 'bas bwel
Slito for .l
thi m 'hie having -ts
to, la hand ,e're evidentlp- gude
In reachiag *.eeeluon to," 44,4
liUe by soe of the attractive 1e
tiris ofth service, noticeable apmog,
these the double dalr 'ei-vioe
with Ibaroih coaches and 4ie4pg
camn apdfe the follwott: Our
popl,4 wih ano idea of affoftsg doe*
Sato to thi and other pua* Uons
bId l RisbWam a oppoMB fty tor
I victim {&t ,Amsetown *xjofthiota.
perteed aa arraanmeat whereby
the rotuap portcM of tickets readba
from Rtdwc4 pre honowre from
Portaoath. Virginia, without ,ddi-
Utioal, bbhar. This alone* eeitainly
iake the o aboard espee4ally a
traodva.
-l hin a to moveent now on foot
to ve the irida Baptists assen-
ble -W AV kovhtme, movief from
thW Q. tr sAme train-ee mlght
say, la b4r. ib too, hl asaks
the trip bthrs pleaamt.
For further Infotmationo address
8. 0. BOTIMLON,
Asistatt a eral Pasusi Agent,
Jaksonville, Flordsa.

NOTICE.
To All Whom It May Concern:
Take nosto that I ball apzly to
the pardoalin board of the ftate of
Florlds, at Tallahassee, Florida, on
or after the 11th day of May, 1907,
to ask for a remilslon of the fine m-
posed on me at the fall tern1 of the
(ircuit Court, lachua county Flori
da, on November 24, 190, in the
charge of aggravated assault.
S0 GRO. W. HAWTHORN.
April i0, 107.

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R. ROBT.. 0. BOWERS,
DENTIST.


O*ee In Miller Law Exchange.
Ofee Phone No. M6; Rmid enae No. I18

3 A. CARLISLE.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
And Solicitor In Equity
lea' laseat, Oevemaselng and Gem.
eral Pradee. All bsloness prompli
attended to. 08.. mest door to Bau
o0le. GAnnIju fLpomUA.


DR1. .. ALDESMA .



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DR. DzVERE B. MORKIS,


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aond (;eorge Rteed *d James
n, friends of the e~adi Who
held pen'lis a coroAOeS i0u0a1t.
Soy Has Very Nae'tW Ipe. i
fu]mbtw. Ca., May I.4'$B Oor-
, the 12-year-old son Mrs.,
;ra Gordon, a wvdow, had q -
v escape from death on Irmt aell-
While trying to ride a wU
dared under a hore, lac diiv-
Sby Mrs. J. J. Wooid, f.t4 -
i and vehicle both enat oVt him,
IK the result that on. Of '' le)'
b Autured in three pla ~ a he
i otherwlee serlouhly l ue.
MASTER'S 8AL L
lnder and by virtue of a decree of
rcoeure of mortgage made and (
Idered on the 10th day of April,
7, by Hon. J. T. Wills, Judge of (
bdrcult court Eighth Judicial Circuit
Irlorida, in chancery, w4erein C. '
L McKinney is complainant and 4
Iee Gainey and Irene Gainey, his
WI. are defendants, I wUl sell on
hday, the 3rd day 'of June, 1907.
I public outcry before the court
me door in the City of Oainesvllle.,
I the highest bidder, the following
10,tYi, situated, lying and being in
ebdua county. Florida, t.wit: The
ft half of the Soumthweet quarter
ISction 4, in Township 8. South,
Rahe 20 East, to satity and Sy i
M decree, fees and costa. Terms
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handsome store' building on the


THE SUN Proposes To Give Away $1,000 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 of one's earnings is
all a habit, which, once acquired, becomes easy to continue, and before you know
it you have a snug sum in a reliable bank-and this bank will give you interest
money twice each year, so that your savings are really earning money for you.
Everybody has friends or acquaintances who have been more or less successful in
a financial way, and ilninety-five out of every hundred of these instances the
success that perhaps makes you envious was started by the bank savings habit.

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F OR THREE MONTHS, AND GET- A HANDSOME


BANK FREE ANJ)


25 CENTS CREDITED TO.


PElR YEAR; DAILY


SUN 81.25


FOR THREE MONTHS.


Every person renewing their subscription to The Semi-Weekly j.un for one' year or to-The
Daily for three months or who subscribes for The Gainesville 8emlWfkly Sun for one year or
Thq)Daily Sun for three months, wilt be entitled to one of thee handsome pocket bInks free of
charge and will receive credit at Phifer's Savinp Bank for 25 ocnts.


*Oaily Sun $5.00oo Per Year; $1.25 For Three Months

Semi*Weekly Sun, $i.0o Per Year.


Get in line and be among the first to secure this beautiful little bank
free of charge, You must call in person to seoue. One.
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'Yho will come and get a Savlngs B mk and start a
which will be opened by PHIFER BROS. in their
Southeast corner of the S#are on MAY 1st, 1907.


BRING THIS COUPQN WITH YOU AND RENEW YOUR SUBSCRIP-
TION TO THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN FOR ONE- YEAR, OR FOR THE


YOUR ACCOUNT AT PHIFER'S SAVINGS BANK. SEMI-WEEKLY


IF YOU ARE NOT A SUBSCRIBER TO THE SUN NOW, CUT THIS
COUPON OUT AND BRING IT TO THE SUN'S BUSINESS OFFICE
AND SUBSCRIBE TODAY FOR THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN FOR ONE
YEAR, OR FOR THfDAILY SUN FOR THREE MONTHS, AND GET
YOU A HANDSOME POCKET SAVINGS BAN% AND 25 CENTS.
SEMI-WEEKLY SUN 81.00 PER YEAR; DI)AILY SUN 81.25 FOR THREE
MONTHS. /


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Spers for a at
clippedS t

1 v wood for sale. N. N. ae

w llipg cards Itoatoe

Wo sell typewriter rbbons at this
mce for 75 cents.
N. A. Matthews of Campvllle wva
'the city yesterday.
j. J. Waits of FairbSanks was visit.
0 in the city yesterday. -
SR. Ellis is speadin a fWe days
gouth Florida on business.
J H. Merry of Miomo9I wd
patig business In the city yes.


pday.
g H. Arnold of
kitered at the


rFalobn was
Brown Housse


ev.. Chas. Parker, the 3a3pt-t dl-
be of LaCrosse, w among th vi-
p to Gainesville yesterday.
iallet, bass, sheep-had, brim,
led perch, blue fish--il just ie
,d. Mott Bros., 'phone B.
J. B. Kennard, the ilveryan of
)ydo, was among those who spent
perday in Gainesville on butoness.
. A. Maultsby, the brick miuta,
tr of Campville, was amo. the
tocame to this city on businee yes-
'i ay. ..
Mr. and Mrs. D. Dawson of Newber-
were In the city yesterday, having
pe on business connected with the
w collector's office.
Mrs. J. V. Burke of JacksoAvvlle Is'
the city. a guest of Mr. and Mrs.
es R. Merchant She Is the moth-
of Mrs. Merchant.
Special Agent E. D. Stanford of the
Mied States land office left yeter-
I for Ocala and other., points, where
I goes on official business.
tbo. W. Dyal of Monteocha was In
city yesterday. Mr. Dyal Is an
ive lumber manufacturer of his
Sand reports business good.
yrnor Wiggins, a bright young
Iof East Gainesville, xias Afcepted
Poitlon as messenger at the office
Sthe W'esteni Union Telegraph
ny.
,ou can't xpr, t otherwise than to
e indifferent results when ordil-
|y vanilla is used. Why not bUy
, best. illue Ribbon, which goes
as far!
C. E Melton of Micanopy was In
dt. for a few hours yesterday.
in route from JacksovUile,
hbe he ias 1 "n for the past few
o n busiiiesm.
*
SHenr Futch, who holds a lua.
itraveling position. has been
irni thi- i ast two or three days
t.* i;t :h lmi mother sand look-
Iftl his inti-rests.
A. Blair. Univerwty of
'm iltaItl department, has
id1 fro,:, Kissimmee, where be
W L "' I,'ffi, oal business, which
r-,. r. ;tisfactory.
,, t. ,r,,minent visitors to
. : rood wine of ladla
"', ; iA. property ower
S ;r H'.-Ajline will spend e4v-
Gai : after his latersts

*" Tr,,,. Kelley and children
ir t' ,., yesterday for a few
T, ",.r., en route home
r1k,. Illl']r. where they have
r l.-i fe* days on a visit
1 1 i i.renta.I Mr. sad
-lA ..9 u f Micanopy, mors
C -,,. among his b leds
S'.d-n. was a business

the coatry adg
Sr 0 thee omt1, ald

te m Dronin.t Newx ry
0 E..ysterdsy la Ganhes
l Vo ltHowell Us $A


S

at the people of Gaineiville
t t know that the most
and delicious cod liver prep.
1on2wn to medicinp is Vinol.
l contains all the medicinal
a of cod liver oil actually
trom fresh cods' livers, but not
.i pf the useless, greasy oil to
tile stomach and retard its
0 and to this is added peptonate
I/ktr (tonic iron.)
Po. this reason Vinol is recognized
houhogtt the world as the greatest
bdkthArestorer and strength creator
k rown to medicine, and we do not
believe there Is a man, woman or
vbild In Gainesville but what Vinol
$ill benefit them at this season of the
year.
' Vinol creates health and strength
for old people, weak. sfckly women and
children, nursing mothers, and after a
severe sickness.
Vinol cures hacking coughs, chronic
colds, bronchitis, and all throat and
lung troubles.
Try Vinol on our offer to return
wey if it falls.-W. M. Johnson,
Druggist
Note-While we are sole agents for
Vibol in Gainesville, it is now for
sale at the leading drig store in near-
ly every town and city in the country.
Look for the Vinol agency in your
towja.

House for rent. A. L. Vidal.
Blank leases for sale at this office.
Price $2 per hundred.
Bread, pies ad takes baked In the
go)rnJng and delivered once a day.
City Bkery. '
Furnished cottage to rent (or the
summer.. Apply to Mrs. Chapman,
701 N. University street.
W. R. Eddins has returned from
Ocala, where he has been on business
for the past two or three days.
. Wanted-Bright, active white boy
to work in shop. Address Lock Box
542, or apply on premises, 1106 N.
Grove street.
Mrs. H. P. Holstein and son,
Charlie, have returned from a pleas-
ant visit to Chas. V. McKinwey and
rife of Louise.
Rev. T. J. Nixon of the First Metho-
dist church will preach at North
Gainesville Hall tonight, 7:30, at
which all are requested to be present.
F. T. Rutherford. formerly of this
city but now employed as bookkeeper
for T. J. Swearingen, Kanapaha, was
in ithe city on a visit to his family
yesterday.
Mrs. P. M. Spain and child of Ma-
rianna were registered at the Brown
House yesterday. They were en route
to South Florida, where they went
to visit relatives for a few days.
J. W. and W. G. English, two prom-
Ising young truckers of the Clyatt
section, were among those who spent'
yesterday in this city. They report
crops growing nicely since the recent
rains.
Robt. Barton of Rocky. Point was in
the city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs.
Barton and children have just return.-
ed from LaCrosse. where they have
been on a visit to relatives and
friends.
Strayed-Jersey cow. light spotted,
marked in one ear, and rope mark
around horns. Supposed to have
gone towards Micanopy. Reward for
Information leading to recovery. J.
W. Cromwell. Gainesville, Fla.
Harvey Hutchinson has returned
from Micanopy and other points,
where he has been on business for
the past two or three days. Mr.
Hitchlison, who holds a traveling
position, is regarded as one of the
best salesmen on the road.
Mr: and Mrs. Geo. W. Pendarvis


have gone to Cincinnati and other
points, where they expect to spend
a month or six weeks on a vacation.
Mr. Pendarvis Il the efficient opera-
tor of the Western Union Telegraph
Company in this city. During his ab-
sence W. B. Badler will fill the post.
tios.
Arther T. Williams of Jacksonville
t ambOg the prominent visitors to
hle ctty. Mr. Williams, who owns
vatmeh tracts tA Ibp asta re hamb
mock web It sa g the most for-
tle ad in the ltate, was here look-
Ilg after hMs streets and spent
elrdagy wth arvaeyOr Pattoo to
ShaMe sweie ts"Y e Pattoen to oi e
i 0h best peded aom Ohi s pratOe-
t ONs 49 k 0 s ad #a& a
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A few nea e rnbs for sale.A^
ply at Sua'e. *.,
New stoo4 yt bosles and wsgou&
Hunter & ,Wra.
Only pure wtgredlents used in oa0
baking. KeystebO Bakery.
House for 1*t, 8We 8. Unvefsity
street. Apply T00 8. University.
For Sale--To Clyde Line tickets,
Jacksonville to New York and return.
Apply at this otlce.
House and lot for sale at a bargain-*
three blocks from Preebyterwl
church. Seven rooms, all modern
conveniences. J, W. Blanding.
Lost-Bull gyp white, with bsek
spot on earqaet to head. Hasaange.
Information leading to her where-
abouts will he appreciated. H. 0.
Kennard, S08 8. University street.
Mr. and Mts. 3. R. Merchant have
moved into the new Wlxson home,
East Union street, where they are
now pleasantly located, and where
they will be pleased to welcome their
friends.
Among those who visited QGanes-
vllle yesterday was Mrs. Sarah r.
Jackson of Archer, who came prtnci-
pally to look after, her taxes. Mrs.
Jackson is building a fine home at
Archer, which, when completed, will
be among the most modern li the
county.
Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Ekman arrived
in the city Wednesday from Plerson,
Volusia county, and will in future
make their hme here, stopping with
Mrs. McGrew, Bast Main street N.
Mr. Ekman waJ mtrtmed to Miss La-
gretta Hastroase, a charming young
lady of Piereo dof Monday evening.
He is one of the most widely known
young men of our city, and his friends
extend congratuloons.,
Captain M. IU Gllmer, the popular
conductor of the Atlantic Coast Line
running between High Springs and
Burnett's La", was In the city
Thursday. Captain OOmer for years
was in charge of the night freight,
which he ple&aed to term the midsts
night express," between High Sprting
and Rochelle, under the old schedule.
He is one of the most popular as
well as one dt the best known bell.
cord yankers In the State, as has
made himself popular by his genial.
sunny disposmon. His friends are
glad to see him always.


Cholf-t Store


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on forth,


The


American


Lady Corset


Th Corset that is Mn.

fortle aud durbe. si

for AuicaVoni. mGo.

ite to give sisfaton.


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to oe jn try a IrHe

line to ANct fro. tr.s-

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aid to s0 tsk
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S Difftnt ftM other oil toves. Superior beeio,
op tit economyy detinesms, and easy operation. TilM


NEW P


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ON


Wick DBlueFle Oil Cook-


aves fuel expem and d em the wo Produces
as wa or I II flim a inanetly. lame always
tamd'ae cotooL Gives quick results
without overheating t*M Ntchen. Made in three
aies. Every tove q ted. If not at your
deale', vrite our at agency for descriptive
circular.


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I the bet "Ip or B d m
tMade o -. -- --"g te .ai,.,
W- t o" ra t 0 -Wto"Iroo


furnished e untfrnished. Apply
N. Unlvrsty street.
For lReitr-Thre desirable rooom
for light hoiees eping, one block from
square. Apply 109 N. University *.t
Friends of Will Cromwell will re*.
Iret to learn tat he has been suffer.
lo0 for the ppjt few days with ty-
phoid fever. His' condition is tIm
proved, however, and he hopes to
be enabled to meot his friends on
the streets in a few days.
I will buy from you or sell for
rou, at private sale or auction. apy
household or kitchen furniture, or
anything ele you wish disposed of.
During my 0 Oye otperleooe la
this buslans I've neov had one com.
plaint f not hAving gtiveR tisfac-
ton. P. M. Oliver.
Harry Peeroe, who for the past
there year has been attending the
Atlata Dental college, has arrived
home a full-fledged grduate, having
recently received his diploma from
that Intitution. HIs numerous
friends here are glad to welcome him,
and congratulate him upon his sue-
SDr. Peorce hbs not yet laid
future )pla4s.
A decided change has been made
In the entrance to the Thrasher law
building on fast Main street NX,
which now enables those who deqif
to see Attorney Broome or karveyor
J. W. Patton to do so without gel#g
through a gate sad then 0M06"W
the stairs, Sheig4"ace tbenalg
frpm the street. 'ais i m' lpsMrove
mest which will be appre tosed by
the public.
J. E. Wainwright, oeaofthoeeiieont
clerks in thq. Unitd ta tes ad of.
flee, s the proud possessor et a
handsome Underwood typewit',
which he recently ouroe. Mr.
Walnwrlght has been Inte atd 9ew
for a long timq, hone was aums-
ed to the varies artog hgw.
When It lme to the poIet thdt be
waated a maenhe h bog tt am Un-
derwood, which seemed the bet adpt
ed to him. ,
The Immee safe whihk to to be
used by the Phitar Ba ita mtpUmy
ha bee received aed lae* M e>p
dtom. after an dMt 4 a oufMe eof
days by a large force of men. The
safe Is ome of the lam of the
smaller banklnas Mtadwents a
the Mftt., Is aboMly suee. bet lef
IAre ad burglar ~w. with Ume lock.
ad in every*sway a marvel. The
sfe was admired by may who ap.
pretted good d M sfo banking. as
far as alttlks IrM burglars are con.
earned, durtag Ms tysMst from the
Atlantic Cout U U setatism to 1
futwe home. The ae weIghs about
?A" Pondas.


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Boeglhat gApril lot. we will
our Sanner rose of $4 pot .91~
meal-sand 4 trading sitkoW. *Iw
If fiesi61SInevery.swlrespqpt.
lars 0ge letoi ins. aciasrn o~l 014

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