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
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 4, 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: VID01103
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
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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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"Iling xekrlees Were Vie.
I pWas from the Army ef the
ofl Whih enerl MeCiel.

H biaet oW -fJay and
.lans w M WneNie, tn
-o arpae Tr heOoy atm
1 9o he er.mones atteaaft
atof' .I* statue to General
H *OhItan, wwliOh has been
A th eity by e edeir o9
Mirof the Potema.
of o aeoldlra were iIs
1to atted ithe un flios ear
Of them hitting veter.
t two-thilta are from the
4the tPotomat, d whteh Ge&r-
Ian was ooamander, the
beina members of the sot.-
tbr armies of the Ohio, Cum-
and 'Tewamesee.
oe tolment was unvoled at
at arenas and Columbia

of the Potomac, prided
09 oeremolnes. Rt. Rev.
S. fterle', blehop of Wash
Qpeed (he servlcn wIth
IOfter which Brigadder Gener.
0. King, of New York,
Sbrief history of the statue
pvllilma of the statue by Dr.
e oells was followed by a
Sby the or battery, United
9fld artillery. A4drewes wre.
hy Presidnt Roosevelt, Major
3. Sckkles, Majap* General 0.
ard tsa Major General Gran-
., d dge. The pasra6 of the
'pasiid the statue, and was
es o tamand of Major Genral
las Bell. oblet(of staff of the
sBtates army.
military parade, whloh was re.
by 'the president, was the
future of the unvelllng cre-
The troops, oulstatlig of
BagUbc4 army, navy and ma-
,sress semi Washington. %he na-
V art of the District of Co-
md the state of New Jenrey
an Washington Helhts.
the satue and oasme aed
pst the preeldnet's stand
after the benedleton.
Aray men ormeG on both
line of parade r ad the
eaty-third lafautry. Coleo-.
$ aede commnadig which,
in WablmaStn Wdnesday on
transport Summer trom the James
I positUoan, took part ta the eo-

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tli iit b iWti l Mused by the nlater-
statwe ooipefe os maulMoa for the
three mouths Bt Deaomber 31.,
shows that 4Awjag Ub quwater caw
unaltles to rwlred Pmmgers and to
ralroad mloyeee, while on duty,
amwbOred S0,44, sn lamrease of 1,094
over tae morted arig the pre-
oeding thrf Ummtbs.
The number of passngers, amd em.
ployees killed tf train aoc4tdent was
474, ana Ir of 07 over the pre-
vious quarti,. The number of pa-
eugers ktitd In train accidents In


Survivors of the Spanish Bakt
Orient Pie d Up.-


They Were Rescued Barely In Time,
ma the Poat Went Down After the
Last Man In Beat Was Tsakn, on
Deck of Pishing Smack. .,.

tlMsquttoe, 180, tIet orget on re Norfolk, Va., May 8.-Captain Do-
ord, except that or the quarter end- Moohol, 14 seamen and a negro boy
Ing sept. 80, 1904. Three accidents stowaway, survivors of the Spanish
-two eolUdam iad s one derailment bark Ortente, which stranded of,
-c- ued 148 Maths. The tDuMbeOrf Nags Head IAfe Saving station, on
employee s iled M t a oupling cars and the North Carolina coast, last Satur-
aenines was a4, 4alast 81 the pr- day night, arrived here Wednesday,
ceding quarter.. he total' number night, baylpv been picked up by the
of collisions 1s deraIlmento wa fishing smack rli B. Pernald, of
8,96s (.m2 50e ofai aod 1,789 de- New York. They were rescued 8
ailmentss), of wkch 891 colllsions ailes north of Cape Hatteras, after
and 190 deralktte affected pasen- they hiM been afloat in a small and
ger trains. The damage to cars, leaking boat for 14 hours.
engines and roadway amounted to The lifeboat went down Immediate-
$8,099,888. ly after the lasg man stepped from it.
The most disastrous accident dur- It was wth Ireat difficulty that It was
inl the quarter wa a collision be. kept afloat so long.
tween a passenger train and a train The Persnald herself carried a crew
of empty coaches at Terroa otta, of 17 men, and there were not put-
D. 0. Is this aocldoet the com- 1fcient acoommodatians and food on
mission says 43 were killed, a"d a8 board for all hands, so Captain Alt-
injured.- man abandoned his fishing expedition
ROOEVEKLT DENOUNCID. and brought his charges here, and
they are being earNd for by the Por-
Mllwaukee Federated Trades Councill tuguese cosuliar agent, with the ex-
.eeree'the President. caption of the stowaway, who was
*Milwaukee, May 8-4teeolutlons in taken In charge by thve Immigration
which the words "unfair, prejudiial' authorities.
and cowardly," were used In a do.- The Oriente and her eargoof 1.600
nouncement of the attitude of Pres- tons of pboaphate is a total loss. The
Ideat kooseve lan regard to the char. vessel was bound from Barbstoes to
acter of Moyer and Haywood, ofcers New York.
of the Western Federation of Miners,
w)o are facing trtal in Idaho on the MADR FUN FOR FORTY YEA1I.
charge of having murdered former -----
Governor Steuneoberg, of that state, Herr Johannes Trojan, German Corn-
were adopted by the Milwaukee 4ed- lIe Editor, Visiting In America.
rated Trades council, at the bl-week-. New York, May 8.-Herr Johannes
ly meeting of that body Wednesday Trojan, editor and publisher of the
night Kladderadatach, a German comic
Copies were directed cent to the weekly, has arrived here weroute to
president and to each branch of con- Toronto to visit hie daughter. For
gross. forty-six years Herr Tojan, who la
THIRD PLANTING NECSSARY. seventy years old, has furnlehed fun

Some Louisiana Farmers Have Sad
Luck with Their Cotton.
New Orleana, La., May S.-A third
planting of oottoa will be aesoesary
in lUnooln Parisah. La., o account
of the useeeonaobble weather.
Overflow, caused by heavy rains,
are the cause of the latest aaseter
to the crop. Tie famft's el ray
of hope In the situation is that the
wet weather has I ssoe mewsare
drowned out the bell weevil.
Gloster, Miss., also reports that a
new planting of cotton wll be neces-
sary. In both sections complaints
are made that seed to very ecaroe and
high priced. |

Must Replant Alabama Orep.
SSecret Servioe Agstse May Montgomery. Ala. May 8.-. dge
It in Startling Revelatioens. C W of oaty
p taIves am ~workingaIn wt- says that the farmers et the Black
svla n auneasrtlug a smberg elt distilot have euffered very amuch
tr0sthuat are aid to be rfrom the wether conditions, ad will,'
frds that ar sa be a a cosequece, be losers. The
Sstomattg In their far-rien a lat fe weather of the early spring set'
4eta than the d scoverie then all to work, and they pleated
OaOdn s C raliforala. Ii too early using all the oottse send oo
seret sevite tperalve e hea, t best a scares stesis.
Ps ent to the oose to lta cold spell killed the plant da made
Of (the work and asmble the patlag Imtperative, which ie prov-
e that has been aecamulaed ft tr)'g with &oh ilenlty
untlon to special omceis cof' ol fewI :-. _
tent of justice.. et Woman and Himeeff.
St. -LA s, May 3.-After sN
CIlte Whisky Trefft. a two-atory pera and breaktag Qee
City, Mo.. May S.-The a window, Albert Kosig& ,a Uemau,
pased a bill prohlbtag' secured etlest atm the roe at
and wholesale U-. Nettle Wooeeds. a Walat street earby
-0 dealing in retail 1'bursday. eam t her. Be thae

In local optios moved tow t"bse betal. and it is be
1paase. ltered they will TAe. Te two
evo' eastly quarreled.

"4.em eo leAms water Preom Jod.an fere 96e.
.O 40 the Madrid. Sals Ma a -4m9
i. e "ta m* ar Qe

In giving his impressions or run
in words and caricatures, he said:
"With an Individual as with nations
what are considered Jokes la Germany
undoubtedly would not be appreciat-
ed In the United States, and jeate
that overwhelm you Amresans often.
times leave us with a mournful count-
"The appreciation of humor is on an
Increase all over the world. Men are
beginning to realize that it is a hap-
pier et*e of affairs to laugh than to
cry. I believe your American pa-
pers are too modern, and we will stick
to the ot style."

Dirt In Wound Caused Lockjaw.
Atlanta, May .t-According to a
statement made by Dr. Monroe Smitb
the death of Grady Praieer, a&d 1f
years, who died of lockjaw at a pri-
vate sanltarium Wednevady afternoon,
was due to Improper drsaing of a
wound. He stated that dirt was
left In the band, wbhle had been
badly mashed, and that blood pots-
on set in as a natural remit.

Large Sitt Is Settled.
Birmingham, Ala.. May t.-The
suit of W. H. McAfea versas the At-
lanta and Birmntsham Air Uln Rail-
eoad. owned b) the SeaboarAir ne.
for U5.,Ou., was smtle by agree-
meat Th1redsy for $25.000. This is
the largest sult ever instituted in the
Alabama low-r court and grew *at ol
a claim for pay of coastrecti work
dema on the road between Bnralag-
bam and Atlant.

Will Ferce Fight With Sq*irese.
HoaDolu., May S.--Jak Josaeos,
the Ameean heavy weight puitiie.
who weat to AntraUa to secse
atht with squres, was a sme
a.' *he *a i -
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Ton CompanIes of Qshfmla NMa Iawa
.Ou" d M t."" f *u f vW.-
oamete. Valmf., ay -4wWeep-
ftg orders wor tawed by Adutaat
GO. Lauek Wednesday wrhery tfm
onmiaales of the California National
Gutd are mustered out of the ser-
vic for having tuMia sow the
standard of efficiency," sad by general
ploonstruction of the state militia or-
gaslsaton the number of regimetst i
reduced from five to three, ach to
be a full regiment of twelve compa-
The lsmissal of the ten companies
corws as a result of the inveads(igations
which have been mnde by Colonel
'1homas Wilhelm during the last few
months. Ban FPrancisco Is more large-
ly affected than any otber place, and
that city Is now almost with% mill-
Itary oraunizailon, several companies
having been dismissed some time ago
from the First infantry which is now
wiped out of existence.


Rolls Down Embankment While Go.
Ing 60 Miles an Hour.
Parkersburg, W. V., May 3.-
Passenger train No. 716, on the Ohlol
river division of the Baltimore and
Ohio, the lasi flyer between Ke-
nova and Pittsburg, was wrecked at'
Pleasant View, 45 miles below here,
Wednesday afternoon, wh!le running
at 60 miles an hour. The baggage
car Jumped the track, causing the
engine, tank, and all of the five
coaches to leave the track, the two
rear cars turning over the embank-
Twenty persons were injured, two
The cause of the wreck Is assigned
to the bad condition of the track.

Graham Put on Trial for Hie Life.
Atlanta, May 3.--Walter Graham,
82 years old, was placed on trial be-
fore Judge Roan, of the superior
criminal court, Thursday morning, on!
the charge of murder. Graham is,
charged with having shot and killed
George Richardeon on the night of
December 23 on Jenkins street. Rich-1
ardson was with several friends pass-I
ing along the street when shot to
death. lAter a hat was found, w'ich
was Identified as belonging to Gra-
ham, and it was this that led to his
arrest. The grand Jury returned anj
Indictment on the evidence given them,
by the detectives. Attorney ReubenI
Arnold is defending Oraham. Solie-
tor Hill sl appearing for the state.

False Rumor Started Run.
Tampi, Fla., May 3.--A run on
the Bank of Ybor COty caused by a'
false rumor circulated among the Cu -
ban and Italian depositors in the say-'
Ings department, occurred Wednes-1
day. A large number of foreignI
element surrounded the bank build-1
ing and demanded their money. The,
bank, which is backed by the CitI-1
seas' Bank and Trust company, met
the demand and when offieers of other'
banks and prominent citizens arrived,
with deposits ranging from $2,000 to
$5,000 confidence was restored and 601
per cent of the money withdrawn was
redeposited by noon.

Council Closee Valdoeta Saloons.
Valdoeta, Ga., May 3.-Valdosta's
peresmal wbt-ky flfht came up Inl
the meetain of the city oooncil on
Wednesday wkh the result that a res-
olution was passe cldag the as-
loons. Bach side has Siflent views
as to the lealty f the action. Tbere
are six comcdkamn, four of them be-i
Ing avowed prohibJUolist sad the
other two antl-prohlblotiodalsts, May-,
or Roberta being alao opposed to "ay
sucb action by couctdl. |

Trpe Car'-a to Sppree Revolt.
St. PetersVu.. .y --Troogs had
to be called nla to supprees ev nlt
et petieal preoaers ia the i efa
the Vobrg quarter Tuaresy mr-
lag. T7 mueldiere Mred a .

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One' Is Killed and Several Hurt
In Dixie Flyer Accident.


Immediately After the Crash, Wreck.
age Took Fire, but Was Extin.
guished Before Any Serious Dam.
age Was Done.

Oriffin, Ga., May 3.--('r.tra; of
Georgia Railway passenger train. N)
91, known as the Dixie Flyr,
left Macon at 4:80 o'clock T:.urs&y
morning, was wrecked at 7 o'clck at
Orchard Hill, near Griffin.
Jim Pane, negro helper on the ox.
press ear, from Jacksonville, F;a.,
was killed. He was making his first
Express Messengers J. R. Pierce.
of Macon, and L. Jelks. of Jack-)n.
vllle, were hurt. Jelks sustained
a broken arm and was bad:y cut
about the head.
NOne of the passengers were hurt.
Mrs. George M. Chapin, wife of the
Atlanta manager of tpe AssoeiatAd
Proes, was a passenger on the tra n,
but she escaped unhurt.
The wreck was due to an o: e.
witch, and most of the coached wver

Immediately after the cra-h tae
wreckage took fire, but the l a sU
were quickly extlngui.hedl.
The engine and two first cars got
over the switch without acciilent, but
the express car leaped the track.
Following this the trucks of th',e ot
the coaches were torn apai!.
The train was in charge of C('on!e
tor Pritchard and Engineer \\'ll, ',otb
of Jacksonville.
Soon after the wreck was reort-
ed, the wrecking train reached 'he
scene, and It is stated by th off.,ha.i
that the track will be cleared tr a
short time.


Former Paying Teller on Trial at B r
mingham, Ala.
Birmingham' Ala., May -
trial of Alex R. Chisholm. former -
Ing teller of the First Nationa : a'r.
of Birmilngham, charged with ha!:. embezsled $100,000 of the bsnk,
funds, which, it is alleged, he ',4t
In cotton speculation, began in t*'
federal court Wednesday. It is tm
second trial, a mistrial having be#'
made In the case uast fall b eau- r
the illness of a juror long e th*
trial had begun.
A jury was soon selected. tl *
Indictment, which contained i '*v
seven counts, was read.
Through his attorney, Captain r
8. Whie, Chisholm enler.T a l a
of not guilty, Captaln Whites p'a.A
lag that the plea of the defn w"
insanity. The defendant in p a!.:-
not guilty, Captain White sa!J, i.
not deny that he took te money, .
that he took It while laboring :
a delusion that be could corner '
cotton market of the world.

Lynching Barely Averted.
Decatar. Ala.. May S.-A :v :4
was barely averted here \\,-.'
afternoon by the prompt ac".
the autboritie, who speeW,1 **':
zIed a grand ury, IndWted a .*.:
Baa d UpaoAomb, and apiritt him of
to Lmruaghan. lftr ,af, k",P.
The nwegO had stcp<-t a, .!
on Mrs. Schbrua r. a da '
foraw Sherifft tlas P. Rvear
was alone la the back yard *. h"
hoam wbea attacked, and her -<'*
frigteled the a ftaliat awa
was later eaptage ad IdenJU'al

Tredy a beu ei, Oio.
Irostoa. 0., May 8.-Dr wa'
MeCoy, a promwlaesat phyicCA
fSoth Petas, was shot al sts '
kleI Wedameay almht by *'
Johm Davis. of the Portsout: *
hbet. Calpaa Davis clatln "
Ims- ama tlhe a aetlw *oa
ilUU~id Lssr.


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Friday's Qgewder,'
a dedre to 0e nd a d Iy lo the
a nutmer" of geitmen hied
es awy to the waterworks
B aulr i t o i dinner,. The

r T'Wh wasar aUW ranmob tbat It
l rned to th. e itf late In
oon, a tired but contented

quid So Unpoputar In South.
Orleans, May I.--Oustay R.I
edt, a promlinet busnlese man
SOrleans and a member of.the
o f admintLrators of Tulane uni-
Shas written a letter to the
ambafandor at Washington
#.against the appointment of
to Cecil Rhodes acholarsblps
uid uverllty. Mr. Wst-
'letter appropos of the recent
atenut of a Pennsylvania negro
of these ucholarsblhp. He be.
that the appol tmeut of negroes
maret the Rhodes scholamrlpsp n.
lar Inthe south.

To Take Mack Murderer.
taoe, May 3.-A number of oM-
14te Rome Theeday for Noew ork
riP ng back to Italy arrleomeo. the
St he Camnorra. rrloove Is
04ft V thea mardwt W Of let 0 o and
wt at -Naples.


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k.ler*eU taalt thoie
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SAe left uoeiJ to io ag,
ihsaofE teartaWe was
-ato writt fr t nal statemnt
rhiOb IW" lo"-fthurdy by DIah-
9p Jarges, o9 the dioeee of Loas
ilad., eo ays that Immediate ec-
3on will be, tkme 6 the vTesry of
it. Geor4#' huArch to SAl the .-
ey 4 ed6" rby the depatre of Mr.

"The Tetryo Is erwhelmed by the
lurgi a, a lose to aooount
Wor i. I de4W to the belief
hat I e o. o o f eon" b of Sound
dtad.' %* tb esr t* o h1 4 been
a treeL y oar Oe int sad he ha"
*e ae. xrir week pTer since. He
a ae t a or a year a
t to d '4. m wpeat but his
boSMa f iai rtan has beei
*or. Te "nkroh ad Its property
re In the of condition. The

ready to Takre WIde' Mite as Well
as Reb th State.
Hanrrlbu, Pa., Mar 8 .-The moot
terespla g;w4 Wednesday before
he com a^tow, whih investigat-
s charg of toxtravagnce In fur-
Ishing Pesyl vaaa'e state capitol,
as Mi. W.N W Antbony, a wiow
I Wfllimspert, who toMl about a
al with J.. M. uatoen, albiteot of
Le capitol; John H. Sanderson, con-
motor tor the fumlablngp, and other
ho had atbumpted to make contracts
Ith her for erpeftUtne marble from a
oarry left her by her h.sband.
"They rftued to aHow me," sad

Mrs. Anthony, "50 percent of the
proceeds from a now company they
desred to organize, but I was given
to Understand that 40 per cent of that
amount must be diveded up among
their frieds. That would have left
me only 10 per ceat for the marble,
so I decided It would be better to
give it away and declined .to nego-
tiate with them further. The other
50 per cent, they told me, would be
used for operating expenses at the
AAtthe close of the hearing the com.
million announced an adjourmenm for
an Indefinite period.


But She Never Had Sulphur In Such
Convenient Form as This.
Your grandmother used Sulphur as
her fa~vorto household remedy, and
so did her grandmother. Sulphur has
been during skin and blood diseases
for a hundred years.
But In the old days they had to take
powdered sulphur. Now HANCOCK'8
LIQUID SULPHUR gives It to you In
the best possible form and you get
the full benefit.
and OINTMENT, quickly cure Ec-
soma. Tetter, Salt Rheum and all
Skin Diseases. It poured an ugly ulcer
for Mrs. Ann W. Willett. of WalIng-
ton. D. C., In thren days.
Taken Internally, At purlfiee the
blood and clears the complexion.

Your drttgit sells It.
Sulphur Booklet tree, If ya write
PANT, Baltimore.

Failed to Win Lak Cup.
Goleonla, Ill.. May 3.-Captain
C. DeP. Chandler. United states stl-
Sal service offer, and C. McCoy.
Of New York, failed to break the kla
diltasne balloon record, and to win
the L&da cup. The balloo, which
eft 1t. Louis Tuesday evinug, land-
ed fie miles north d Gol0oada Wed-
naty a ernoo. To have woa the
Laa erp the balloon wold have to
go nor than 401 mile., while GoQ-
"a is esly 130 afs tim St.
[oult. --. .
Te LUfle Inmurum
Mddle hs sitert-e the gabitk to
thbnkhat. The wodertal asoee that
hbaa et 1ui4k Ea-rbe-d.i -- rpl
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.Wants $10,000 for a KiNs.
Decatur, Ala., May 3.-Mrs. Liz-
zile Lee, a good-looking widow ol
about 30 years of age, Is suing Dr.
W. A. Bareliff, a prominent phyal-
dian of Hartselle, for $10,000, claim-
ing that the doctor kiosel and em-
braced her against her will. The case
Is now on trial here In the circuit
Will Pitch for Americans.
New York, L..y 3.-Announcement
was mal' T"lihird.y that John L.
Chesbro wll again pitch for the New
York Amer!eons. The famous pitch-
er has arranged matters with Man-
ager Griflith in Boston. and he will
join the New York club la the w4el
next week.
S OzJord Confers DOeree.
London., May 3.-Oxfor4l university'
has conferred the honorary degree ol
doctor of science on Professor Alex-
ander Graham Dell, regent of the
Smitbeoalaa InaUtutio, Washlngton,
D. C.


Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Ahimot cvcrvlOxv who rew&lb ihe utwim,
p~apcra is hure to kvow of thet wo-adlerful
Vi~ made by D~r.
Root, the V1'CaL lhid-
sty, livcr wIuidblatl.
dci' rernet\.
it is the great net!.
ical triu:.xp o0 thle
ni1neteelnth Cent~ury.
I of scientilic research
by.Dr. l'~,the
eminenit kidtlevc an(I
hklIi~tlr %pecialist. and is mwii-le'rfull\
Alcete~fi-l in Prompitly curiniz 1LITIC hack
tirw ie id, acatarrh of thebl~d~iler and
1hyiht's tDiscse, 'which is the worst
form o~f kiilnev, trouble.
Dr. Kilmtw'ue 5 SampRot i's lot ree.
ouiniendcitl for ev'ervt nhiug.t if vimhav-e
k itiev, liver or blallor troud le tt ill be
toun tiiJst the reuaady )MU i. It has
been tfested i to ---- Y wc. aI ta
work andl in jFrivate practice, antl has
provrd so successful in ever' eAa.' that a
.,*cial Prrannement has r nate hr
. which .11 readers of this pape,. N% ho have
ma aireagly tried 1 M. may h'e a M,1
bottle sent free by &1'.1. oktl.
lgn'esingpm twmS*w: V 4 and AWhowle
Aind Oat if I~bvo ae kbiAaqr l-Ader tree
ble. Wheui wriing mitio eman
generous ofter in VOW r awul md.
addeitO Dr. Kimee1F
&Co.. Dinga~

N.-a *. hese AL
W"W o'tub


Roosevelt'sa speech as Viewed by Rue.
lsian Nqwspapers.
St. Petersburg, May 3--President
Roosevelt's spcrch at the inaugura-
tion of the Jamestown ex-:lsitlon,
which reached here in (tall We4-
nesday, is favorably commented on
by several papers,
The Novoe Vremya devotes a lead-
Itg article to It, quoting especially
the president's rtef-renc~a to the
trusts abd labor unions. It says:
"The protection of the state aaginst
the dangers of the two antipodal com-
binations, capital and labor, is now
the greatest( task of the country on
bolh sides of the Atlantic. Ameri-
ca has survived more than one crials
which threatened her existence. We
hope with Pre.ident Roosevelt that
America and also Europe will suc-
cessfully solve the present problema
In the struggle between capital and

Yet He Didn't Need Them.
He had beeu calling on a yoUng Indy
for many moous; but. being bat kwnrl.
his sult progressel slowly. Finally bhe
d thing. so the next time he called site
polnted to the rose In his buttonhole
and sald:
"I'll give you a klis for that rose." A
large, open face blush meandered over
bla countenance, but the exchange was
made. Then he grabbed hie hat and
started to leave the room.
"Why. where are you going?" shbe
asked In surprise.
"Toe the-er-forist for more roses,"
be exclaimed.
Do You Len
your baby? You wonder why he cries.
Bay a bottle of White's Cream Vernl-
ftg and ie wlh ever cry. Most
babies have werms, aMd the mother

dont know It. Wui Cream Veral-
ftge rid8 the child of worms and cleans
oat its system in a pleaeat way.
Bver mother sabold keep a bottle
of ts maedltal o the booee. Wmth
kM. r aeed ever eater her alat.
Prim te. SoMd by W. M. Jokhes.



10. A. Friedel, 151h
,~writes: ,ruse Ballara,'
V b.tutmernet for my a:.1
'I h; Lte beut Lininien'
SIt rioltev.,s burns andb.
Mc, Oft and $1.I
.'Ballard Snow 1fjla :

W. A[. ONO.4C5' I

The .Ti p IRandoip"Wantez
Can Yo" put tme In Don"'
ftme a SGlCc0PI osuI !PE1 A" -
thkat May throw 1111air 1f 11gIQ~d
Owtaoiflnand divert :0!*1
tine of the gu;:!:;I'
'Iarmaty of this Ofen,4" !11,
sum-Flroin a iettCF
to" hOt t Dis'JtoDDr
I SO 1 a M_

W. HAT-.



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A, MAY 4,17

i. D BeemliqJ N oD Om'LeE'S"S"
ATche oisA "


Secomin eaSP l ye ta oa .E S*S,
Esgono ton ',t RERIGERATOR
ewa Msny Me&""e a rtpW a e
.p ary n- "- b gg agt evidence of stering woftht
c Taken Up D. Itsany wonder that we recommgud a
seate Thursda& 'wI n filVPtar of such know qaalty mt ouri
te Senate o I wa tbomaands of patrons I
Lttd by a thwretw lMe witt rante tfor
wbile the House G ad to Wirtile ODORLESS"
forty-three pages. N a so
h Houses held afternoon 5eeuitonas 1 6m mV. q *
Lexpedite legislation. a dgm p1 1
bills being passed on thiW read-
in the Senate and's age number a uha~
House bills being eit wther withdrawn perfect ref r tors In ery
advanced to third read. AlWlefi eryoein
The Senate had three special orders O f aw refrigerator
Trammell faneise 1 bll a l s Pwn vG coae
Wue for which a.s OIIidOt WNimsg- TeamI I AA
1Ir. Trammell and it M as' a9 .,e- IC S
al order for Friday; the Hudsa
MD for an extension to the State Cap
i and the Sams bill for te wo i
gu of a supreme court bulldfat, all
[ hch, together with Saster ma 's|1 1
ltion endorsing WillisI Jenaintals
for the. Presidea wee inI Corn pany
ly passed until Friday.
Mr. Trammell's bill making the
imnum telegraph rate twenty-fve PhTe 7.
1ts for the first ten words and two
ogts each additional word was lot passed, refers only to telegraph mee-
Sthe Senate by a vote of 26 to 5, M .
Iwident Harris leaving the chair, to Senate bill No. 47, by Mr. Adams-
sik aganst the bill. With favorable report by committee,
ar. Crane's bill was then passed prisoners and .convicts, relating to
9king telegraph companies liable providing for the proper care, main-
i $10 to senders of telegrams for tenance and protection, Inspection,
iure to deliver messages in a reas- rules for regulation and contract of
able time, there being only one di-a county prisoners, manner of their
ting vote. discharge, and inspection of county
Important Senate matters in the af-. ails, and to pay for the expense of
broon were the executive session, carrying out the provisions of the
md the passage of the Adams bill act, being upon Its passage, the bill
r inspection, care and maintenance was passed by a vote of 21 to 8.
d county convicts. Afternoon Session.
in the House this morning oa the The following bills passed in the
Current resolution by Mr. Petti- afternoon, after the executive session
pew. the sole Socialist member, re- under waiver rules: No. 112, Mr.
pMting that a convention, be called Baker of Tenth, selection of jurors;
psposing amendments to the federal No. 42, by Mr. Massey, execution, con-
istitution, providing for sleetion by structlon and operation of bill; No.
Direct vote of United Statft Sena- 140, by Mr. Massey, distribution of
hs and for an Income and Inherit- statutes to. Judges and solicitors;
Mee tax, the vote was not unanl- county criminal courts; joint resolu-
i.u, but there was no opposition to tion No. 77, by Mr. Adams, requesting
5her resolution on the floor, congress to survey Suwannee river;
SThe committee on finance and taxa- Senate Joint resolution No. 89, by Mr.
6 bill in the House fixing salares Zim,.Anemorial relative' 4to Improving
I State cabinet officers at $8,000 a St. Augustine harbor; No. 97, by Mr.
er passed its second reading with Massey, regulating business of for-
IMdmeats including the adjutant eign corporations doing business in
]eral at 33,000 and the State chem. Florida; No. 145, by Mr. Crane, ex-
hat 12,500. tending time limit of Charlotte Har-
Amother bill also passA Its second bor And Northern Railway; No. 175,
Wing making the salary of State by Mr. Crews, appropriating 115,000
Mtr $2,500 and assistant auditor for Confederate monument at Chicka.
F manga.
1Th House consumed part of the -
5lmig and most of the afternoon IN THE HOUSEi.
iltns the Carter bill requiring The House was called to order at
hilMates for admission to the bar 10 a. mn., Speaker Matthews In the
Ie miunirued by the supreme court. chair.
lrs Carter and JParrtj spoke for Among the new bills introduced
bill: Mhsrs Calkias and wlUli were the following:
I Ly against it, more or les per' By Mr. Paul of Holmee-Timber and
lt] fling developing nto the debate. turpentine privileges in leases.
. Matthb.w of Marion also spoke By Mr. Willis of Gadaden-Relatisng
S,. Mil. motlom to postpone to assessment and collection of rev-
uh:, -being lost by a vote of enue.
By Mr. Dorman of 8uwannee-Pro-
"- idingl criminal court of record for
SENATE PROCEIDINGS. Suwannee county; passed under sue-
h a was called to order at penslon of rules. Yeas 53. nays 0,

ok n then morning, And after and immediately eartlfed to Senate.
~~a >a correction of the ealen.- The committee on pensions pre
th 'lowing new bills were seated a substitute for House bill No.
7" 9, by Mr. McCutcheoe of Pasco,
l .W ,P'rd-Relattng to revllo providing for a tate board of pen-
,.tr rolls of recor and ions; 200 copIes ordered printed and
m 'ldi rs of Mlorda. bill put oa second reading.
SrliAtt-Relatig to deeds By Mr. Phrklaeon of Volustila (by
a reqmest)--For public kindergarten.
nTo regulate the By Mr. Parkinson of Votuala (by re-
'rl.han chldrel quest)-Salaries of county superin-
b ~ F.1 -or approprmgt g for tendents of public instructlom.
Sir. The House adJourned until Friday
t on Third R fR* at 10 a.M. ,
S Sen atr e 1141 t a Mea. Attentiko-Be wise; send for
t charges of telgaph l la lt bookl-fre and atset
e b-l to2la6tlng rgea dIo ntc
W ord& But by a IN&. Only c : Oalar parts. NO
r d aedOe; so take. SJ latst. Co.,
fer .. ...... .. 43. ...an TOU

HAdnt Ieen Orunk.
He evideny, wasn't used to the w I).
of bis hotel. lHe looked as.thouhb 4*h
might hmae been from some KanA 9I
farm and was In a large city for thb ;U .T
irst th.e. o6ibehow he had heard that l.4MO W K
the next morning men who bad bo n 't1. s to sIa
absorlinug toticants drink lots of 46e i ever ensa
wat<>r. "In ordse to keep the home neat
"Say," he said to C. T. Newtoa be d ty, theemUwdre Udwll rdsed
bind the desk at the Shirley hotel about a t woman overdo d oft"I
8 o'clock in the morning, "the other wfwf i:a s* i dmr UfiUlamfro
clerk last night told me to ask ftr t t "Mt .wl that
things over the little telephone I lI my .t h6t to4 ha l h toem
room when I wanted *em."- 1 I 011 .111. S e s wldly
"Ye," said Ne u wton. is 15A s 6. is
"Well, this morning, about a halt f = tpl a w V me th
hour ago, I aaskedt fer a SM of toas gUtve roohte
water. Some girl answered the t6-e - a bl-ea r. WhlM a i g.e M... ..
phone." teardepresmd,thbe ut sad MRS. AUt Ly
"Yes." eee te e awe drgglag .w. 0las, aer.vosness, sleeplbai 1
"Well. I don't like to be took fte a I. to go any.wbsm .thSm ar only symptom s which
heavy drinker. I wasn't drunk last i ar soon followed tby thq at forms of emaleOomplainta,
his. do i met.n n LydIa B Pinkham's Vegetable Compo
"Je' this: I didn't get no glass of e Ie l temnin e orlan strmgr and healthy cooadtion, It
water. That girl sent me up a whole IlalM. tio.U Uhleerlon, displemets and orgnice troubles.,
pitcher It looked mighty m uch toe I Pf' tor eili-rtk1 sa to 41 r7 women safely through the Chas
like she thought I was full of liquor Mrsas mastie o, of 2@66t DWI, P., writ:Kr- D Mr, Pl|
last nilht and would need a whole lieAuu-Porsa lea Is*fferst frt, feBaletroblean hadeallitr
pitcher. A glasi would 'a' been of" ashesad palins la the lower part of beek and 14es, I coal a0
enough." And as he turned and strode lpp sad had no appetite. me8 b Lyia B. Plakha 's V.egeb
awi.y hi wore u04 of those "Guess'I Iapenad al fellowlag te wah, O .. gave me st le |
didn't cnill him down. ehr' looks.- Iaw womansad Iamet p ri yoe ;W1e t% hMghmy."
ever Post. IU&n PInkhm's IvItatlon to Wmn |
RHEUMATISM CAN SE CURED. .fa, a=L ma Obat of er vut o f

victim is in for a period of ireat tf*T A T & RTY M
rorbsti and dotori of wide eptP eiiecein sI- :"
fering is eqatly true. Modern a1eth-
ode in enef aicinorei, however, doing
much to rob rheumatism of its ter-;

say that in the treatment of te di-
ease great success follows the faithful E. E. VO .LE.e MGR.
use of these prescriptions: Have a Abstraetl of Title and full latnatlonU t rnished regarding l'osa ot
good druggist prepare anU-rheumaio meaty. Oatr manager has liv La t his oonun th in yea1 a
tablets composed of 2% grains B i thoroughly eSeeMat with lan titles.
dlum Ilcarboat^, 3 gran Safllcylo .. _
Acid and 1 minimuni Wine of Colchl- n Tfl 7C VYI.EJ
cum. 'Fake one of the tablets be- "Y "
fore each meal, following it Immi e- FIR AOOIDWIT, BUROLARY AND I4DXMNITY INBItRANOR.
diately with a gass of water. After tmlatg number of promlenet Amerlesn sad nlish gompasaie. .
each meal take one tablespoonful of U AL W STAT A14D OITY LOAN '
a preparation of % os. Fluid Extract .Pr oll @ F l S" id.
of Buchu, 1 dram Fluid Extract of
Horse Nettle, 1 oz. Amet Cordial. lFAA. M. OauXI, PesMdet H. 3. TAToa, Oalhiter
oz. Fluid Extract of LUverwort and t W. H I8 VI- PMleas Lm t a O WAN. ANM. OMshll '
14 oss. water. Any first-olass pharm-
acy can compound those prescriptions.
The treatment, which should be con*-
tinued for a month, I reported to
work wonders, even in cases that re- O S G3r GJ1Q'XL U.
slated other medicke.s.

StAbenesnt old w ed pil........ ......o..........o100,000 00
his farm Wa.Iowa never refund shelter Surplus ............2........... 90,000 00
to any who might ask It of him. His
w;any friends remonstrated with him lfmteSt Paid aon avlnp Aesoontl sad 0ertiloesse of Deposlt. All kuulsm
abcmt tbis characteristic. knowing that Traatd Propty.
many unscrupulous hoboes would avail *.3, TAlOR, Oshj
themselves of the oplportunity a d that--.
there was irreat danger of the old Tmi' ,
man being robbed. To those remon- i
strances the old man replied that hbe
believed In practicall CbhrstIanIty."
"But." said one of hi friends. "this
em.us very Impractical. Suppose one | I .
of these men took it Into bi h ead to
rob you one uight?"
"My dear young friendd" was tbea Ur-
ply. "! bid all enter la the same of BW1B J B S
God. but I prove my belief in practilea
Christianity lIy locking up their psto
daring the night." ---A D XALERS IN--

P.1 'arret as G Oame Bird. a ...
While the parrot is a bird of t Be f CLOtt lO
tal pluagse, uas a table dellcselyt ts
sot to be recoanreeded, as I lkaw
from experience. My frst eseay a'.
eating a parrot was attended with med. g ,mwt_ ^...as__.res Demeth
l ,d suer... The br am have ihe bM.... e t ,gh .a.ess... . ... .er .. ,t La-
comperatvely youag. sad after several ree Tedeafwai Se e IseidMeae osafe f aid-om-ev8ssw
hours' boling became soft ,ou.gh to ....- .vu Mi ,jM 4,'
mastiete and flaslly swallow. leavnacg
behind It an impreqion that we had I
incbhd oB the .ole of a rubber boot.- '.
Arthr D. Te.pie in Feld and m -Stresa

I .

Sueed the first tim smm

and you Will get tnstat relle. The
greatest liver regulator. A positive
cre tor CohsUpsatom. Dypepse, Ma
lawl, Chills and all liver complalts.
Mr. -. of Emory. Texas, writes:
"My wife has been using Berblte fa
herself ad children for fAve yen.
It Is a mW cure for aeulpatis sad
malaria forer, which Is aotesd
by what It bhas done for ay Aally."
SoM by W. M. Johsom,
Johelupy's Herri PFltek
It ye" 4on't qult eating -s seh.
jola."* wriaimed M LamLJ4s 3& bor
tMed at the guttosou prepeumli at
her yeipmst. "the frst tblhg syo knew
Mr 9 a seglatr Stibtar-yIsm
t^^H .. '_i._.

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If You Are Insured..

las Cbsmsi t bu le-oemble, Eireslet
WuNM. WUbZerallsy of Polky Osiwe ad she
Pay L "AreA rpied

You Are Assured

TheSop m lw.ea ..y wI : .ave- I

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Ibe vJ*.

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he e ot amd
own line, orr
SWarmoth W

,-44cksonand GrnW. Sa

of the
the 17 ~
took o0~ L t t
ag a th et rMo d to

'W'0611607 `S41 n 1044t ob home

Watmot, a ane 4teal
k7# .soe p Rates.

^ M tyP.i-shoa, lathnd
haAt filea tarife

Bf 'ag s l fight rates
reUv. ne t. Prb-
tI*e al poet-I fitant ofa

pi.lhat s ao far as PitFs.
S~rd to m e general tIs

9 M at pl Whilt allro and

sla4s matel a thana the a ud-
3Cr -Sen em pig Iron and

l nWsthOw ef immigrants.

wYrl, Mab y t.-ntedr, amon
ta broughtot re tophy for the
bt trophy forcl Wubaday.
lh Nareord itmber eof mer.
on of theay. t council the

Ow aeloh n ero thd hrber sad
baty she Jmeton e to d tnirn
Wpaengens tor eyal dayn well
which s h dutge as will
tlls week kept etaw of the
oatside land Hoom 6to a

e upon him.
tll Meeting Whist League.
York, May 8.-Mr.he woman's
ague som tl g more thMan
S Mayers and mrd than a bun.
"g _bn th N*o-Wt the ol n try,
poIod 1ts annual setteet at the
Waldaof*Asterit next week,
Marg Mobday. Several notable
will be contested for, among
the Washington trophy for the
lip of club fours, and the
sMa trophy for club pair.

Ington Named CommIssioner.
Ga., May 8-At last Tue.-
aesteon of the city council At-
Hugh V. Washington, was
Ioommilsloner for the city of
at the Jamestown exposition.
Washington Is a man well
wtth such duties as will
I upon him.
111 Summer at Skibe Castle.
York, May 8.-Mr. and Mrs.
Carnegie and daughter will
5tarope on May 8, to *pend
Wunmer there. 'They will go d(.
hklbo castlO. where Mr. Car-
tWill spee4 lmost of his time.

S, %Wethe New York WorM.) -

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W dsa TeWb eow to Preveat
,oe ithsema ma KnMey
at 3Blo rw Treable. "

(f Goeorle un F1eoodM.N .a)
ly would avold Rheoumstrm and
I and Bladder Troobles be mod.
Sn the oosumploa of bhoe, rleb
uobsitute as far a possiblemsoups
,fresh milk, and water-leti of
Take plenty of tlme to eat
os't eat after you have had
even f it does tasts good, I
rk is eonfning tate a mo$t*.*
fast of exzreis eaeh day a the
wM neither diet, water, ret,
tooi* will u re these 8afltloe.,
them as prevensUve osu.
benefit of the readers of thlo
who are now affleioed with
istl,. Kidney. Bladder or U.*
ble and desire to be poured
B I tive below, complete ia
S|tail, the famous pres rptlon
tas made me so suceseleful In
ement of those diseases that I
r need It pleasant to
Is not ezenslive. It an be
4ay dreaflt. and I believe It
t prescription for Rhea.
*ne and Bladder Trouble
.It is also a valuable
Mad blood purifier. If
r. ave this, take it to
d have Is filled. or a et
sad a il them at bome.
U Oae Armasle,.
Et*eed Barkota Com.
is PltM Bxtrest Prick.
4 dNebet Aromattse
in me teaspoosflt
tlmmt I sbitdre.,

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AL!. ftUO0lST~S SUM*t~t

High Game and Feels.
"Never eat game high." said an anti-
quary. "People will tell you that high
game is to sdrer. What rot! Of
course It Js tenderer, but would you
want your steak or your chop spoiled
In order tft It might be a little softer
to the teeth? No, moverlR HighnessM t
game toI tannachronlm, a relic of the
past, a role of the days of stage
coaches. In those days It was Impos
sible to deliver game to the cities fresh
-tranat was toeo ow. All game was
higb, and men ate it high beca pe oth-
erwise they couldn't eat it at all;
hence to eat game high nowadays,
when there Is no necessity for it, Is to
be a foo1."-OClantl Bnqulrar.

AA Sia Sx Eseential
Buddha. wh refrmed the Hindoo
rellgon mor* than G00 years before
Christ, tabftlted for men tx eeem-
tials of par tfece--rst, knowledge,
Ned to ditinWguelh the true from the
false; secad, eamrgy, which is uaed to
fight against the evls of the Seah;
third, puity; fourth, patience; fith,
Sharity (1 e., loving kiadnes); sixth,

A Hard Craok.
"Well," tlId he. anxious to make up
4her quard of yesterday, "aren't you
serious to know what's In this peroes"
"Not very," replied his wife Iundffer-
"Well, Ifs something for the one I
love best In the world."
"Ah, I suppose It's those new collars
you said you needed."-Tlt-Blts.

Knew Whet He Wanted.
Smart Boy-Got any soap that wol
take oft trademarks?
Oiocer-Take off trademarks?
mtart Boy-That's what I said. -Dad's
a shoemaker, and he wants to wash
110 hands. Ne-Ohicafo News.


The Primitive Violn .
In Its primitive form the. violi was
a direct development of the lyW and
monochord-the strings from the fbr.
mer and the elongated box, with fl4
sound bolesfi Bnger board and movable
bridge, from the latter. The history
of the violin began, with the Invention
of the bow some time before the thir-
teenth century, when the voile, or vilole,
used by the troubadours, made Its ap-
pearance. This instrument underwent
many change until the middle of the
sixteenth century. when the tive violin
model appeared. The primitive vioUn
had little or no contour. It was not
until the thirteenth century that the
vTelle was scooped out at the walst.
The corner blocks were added In the
fifteenth century and are attributed
to Germany. For nearly a century
the sound boles were shifted all over
the Instrment before they were cut
toIn their proper place and the bridge
fixed between them.-Circle Magaslne.


YTb Fatal Germ and Its Remedyr Nw
Faeta ef Seteace.
It In the rarest thing in the word foz
. nian to be necessarily bald. No m&n
whom hair is not dead at the roots, need]
be bald if he will use Newbro's Herpl-
cjde, the new scalp antiseptic. Herpl-
lide dc3troy~ the gSrm that outs the hair
off at the root; and cleans the scalp of
dandruff aMzA leave it In a perfectly
healthy condition. Mr. STainnett, In the
M yiu-: Lu;;, Euttc, '.,:nt., was e:::-
fIr.!y hn!d. In lems than a month Herpl-
cide hI'd rcmevtld the encmnles of hair
growth, and nature did its work by cov-
eriv; h!s head with thick hair an inch
Icng. and In alx weeks he htda & normal
suit of hair. Sold by lea ing drugghltt.
Send 10e. In stamps for sample to Th--
Hervicide Co., Detroit. Mich.
Two asus--O mets and SLt.,
J. 8. Bodlford & Co., Speolal Agents


Notloe Is hereby given that the following described lands, situated, lying
and being i the Oily of Galansville, In the County of Alashue, State of Florida,
will be sold at public anesion, in front of the Oourt House door on Monday,
8Wd day of June, A. D. 1907, at Gainesville, Alaeuba county, Florida, or so
muoh as will be necessary to pay the amount due the Oity of Gainesville for
taxes for the year 1906 herein sat opposite to the same together with the eost
of sale and advertisement. T. H. ELLIS,. Tax Colleotor.
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Cella Anderson........COommecinl at 8e cor Smith's lot
run N 620 ft. W 210 ft. 8. 620 ft.
E 110 ft. East Gainesville........ 410 20
Ellsa Brown ..........Commcitag 100 ft E of Nw cor of
lot 8 angley's addition, Gaines.-
ville, run 96 ft. W 90 ft, N 95 ft,
E 90 ft to beginning............. 4 10 20
Martin Brown......... N Tract B 1 R 1. 270 ft E and
W by 200 ft N and 8 Gous's Addl.
tion Galneeville.................. 9 10 20
8. M. Boaskins......... Blk New Gainesville............ 4 10 20
Chandler Beal......... Lot 4 B 4, R 1 and lot 6. B 5, RI.
Dolg f Robertson add Gainesville 4 10 20
Fannie Brown.........Commencing at No cor B 30, DoIg
& Roberteon Addition Gainesville,
rua 8. 112 ft. B 91 8-10 ft. N 112
ft, W 91 8-10 ft.................. 4 10 20
Jordan Brown........ Lot 4, D 15 Boley's sub-divislon... 32 9 20
Lcy Brown..........Com 133 ft N of 8o cor of B 23,
Brush's Addition Gainesville, run
N 66 ft. W 660 ft. 8 46 ft. E 600
ft to beg........................ 6 10 0o
J. W. Chile@.......... Cm at 8eo cor of A. J. Cone's lot
lan B 21 Bruash's Addition Gaines.
vtiea W 341 ft to the point of
be, gtbhn N 161 ft. W I70 ft, 8 161
ft. B 370 ft to be toIn Blk 2,
Brush's Addition Ganesville..... 6 120
J. A. 002..............Lot 16 Mller's urvey............. SO
William Coldham...... Lot 19 of 8 14. Meadow's plat.... 919 30
Alee Oowaa..........N % of % acre lot sold hy Ool-
cough to Sophy Hilton to 8w
Galaet llle described as follows:
Commaecig at a stake which Is
located 8 64 degree W 210 ft
from 8w cor of Ducan Nelhe's
I acre loL tbMeo 8 34 degree,
210 ft. 8 4 deret W ir ft, M
N degrees. W 2le ft, N 64 degree, 6
Sti ft to bego...................... i s
James Cm a....... Om H ft o e N oof B 2,.
WS*raa's AddtOaRkUr*e. nu

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1S ft. W nI ft. N15 l ft ........ 4 0
J. M. Desa.......... l e ar B I
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8 50 ft. 4
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N by 52% ft N & S
* of N % of the
omr of 4 acres con.
Moto 8 e% of.. 3
P7f'Mefatfre lot,
l.Ot O-bet; thence
ft, 8 210 ft, W 60

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,.%'. ..-.. . P w... ..... .......o4
qAllm'Arkddfition Gaines- 't
-k . . .. ... 10 26
A M. ..M. del.........Lot M a rrnPtGanesvilee.. 0 2n
George lUl?.......... LOI 17, 9 &A lot 18, blk-21. 10
B Elr Etlis......... .Biruah Ad to Gaineaville. as *
DBetont flls..........pes ptO t on record Book A. Page :-r-..-
Lewis Wllis. ..........71 ............................. ,
Pauline Mllvane... ..LOt 17 3 18 & lot 18, B 21, Brush's
Maggle MCllan.. ..Addition OGanesvIll, year 1905...
Lt17 B t A ,lot 18, B3 28,
Brush's Addition Gainesville, year 1r
04.m .......... ........... 5 20
U Lot 17, B S & lot i t21, Brush's
Addition Gainesville, year 1903.. 5.o
Finley, Mrs.". Y.......Lot in Nw 1 B I. R 5, 44 ft E r d
&W-bieO00 ft N & 8, Dolg & Rob-
ertson's Addti to Gainesvlle... 4 10 2,
Willis Floyd.........Corm 65 ft No f of or of crossing
of N 7th street & West Columbia ".
street, ru 60 ft, N 100ft, W 50 '
ft, 8 100 ft to beg, in B 8, Brown's
Addition to Gainesville...........
W. H. Goroon........8 % lt 15. B 4. R 1, Roper's Ad-
dition to Gainesville:...........4 10 20
Ada M. Giffin.........Com at Nw cor of lot 12 in 8 %
of .......... . .......... . . 32
Run B 600 ft, 8 140 ft, W 600 ft.
2 N 140 ft n 8 %................. 32 9 20
Carrie B. Goodnow... .Com at No cor of crossing of N
Evans street and Alachua ave.,
run B 270 ft to beg; thence E 130
ft, N 100 ft, W 18 ft, 8 100 ft to
beg .... ......................... 4 10 2)
Gate City Coffin Co.. .Com at Nw cor lot 2, B 12, Miller's
Survey of 8 %...................32 9 20
Run N 600 ft, 8 140 ft, W 600 ft,
N 140 ft, to beg; being part of lot.....
2, B 12 of said Miller Survey.... 32 9 20
Mamie K. Hall ...... Corn at Sw cor of crossing of Ma-
sonic street and 8 8th street, run
N 227 ft, W $35 ft, 8 227 ft, E 335
ft to begninlnl ...................
Marin K. Hall.......Corn at Sw cor of N % B 3, Brown's
Addition to Gainesville, run E 150
ft, N ;25 ft,'W 1.r ft. 8 225 ft,
to beginning .................... ..
Della Jenkins.........Lot In Blk 25, Brush'n Addition to
Gainesvllle. Commencing 80 ft N
of 8 boundary line of said block,
run N 33 ft, E/69 ft, 8 63 ft to
beginning ...................... 10 2'0
. Kettlewell......... Lots 4, 5. 14, 36 Vitch's Addition to
Gainesville ................. ...... 9 10 20
F. F. Morgan......... Lot 19 Hill A Lasilter's Addition to
E. E. Marsh......... ots 68 and 69, Fallfield, Elliott & H or
L'Engle's Addition to Gainesville.. 33 9 1 o
Charlotte Murphy..... 8 % of -4 acre lot In Sw 4 cor of i s:
a one-acre lot of C. A Colclough, :>" ",
,in 8w Glnedsvllle, near G. & G RR.
shops .......................... 8 10 20
W. 8. Munroe........ W % Blk 3, R 1 & lot 2, BIlk 4, R B -7".
1, Gos's Addition to Galnesville.. 9 10 2')

High Point Furniture
Company ........... 1% of E% lot 2, B 8 Brown's Ad-
dition to Gainesville ............
Wade Howard.........Lot 51, Blk 25, Brush's Addition to
Gainesville ......... r.............
R. H. Harper......... % of W % B 7 In 8% .........
T. R. Hunt........... Lot 41. Hill's Addition to Gaines-
ville, in E % of E % of Be %, less
.... ,-,'wqIqr*'-m lot of J. E. Gardens 80 ft by 125 ft
Faraby Hawkins......Lot 3, B 2. R 5, Goss's Addition to
Gainesville ......................
Florida McCray.....,.Lot 16. EPk B, Thomas sub-division
of W % B 5, Brown's Addition to
Gainesville ......................
Sam McDonald....... Lot in extreme Sw cr ..........
150 ft. N & 8 by 200 ft B W....
J. A. McDonald ....... Lots 1 to 98, Inclusive, except lots
68 and 69. to Marsh, Elliatt & L'En-
gle's Addition to Gaineville......






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32 fq' ~7p 71
329 20 .() 3.

33 9 20 3 38

33 9 20 1f.SO

E. MeLeod........... Lots 1 and 2, Blk A. Thomas's Ad- ^ "
edition to Ne Gainesville ......... 4 10 2 ) 3 3
j. w. Riggs.......... N % ofe % B1,R 1. Goss's Ad- P- 4 40-
dition to Gainesville............. 9 10 20 3 8
Richard Ross........... Six acres In 8e 3A............... % 4 10 20
ocom at 8e corn.................. 4 10 20
Run N 630 ft.,W 420 ft, 8 630 ft,
E 420 ft.......................... 30
Julius Robinsalo.......Comrn at SW cor of lot conveyed by .
a and 0 Wynn to Ida Avera, run ,
N 80 ft, E 62 ft, 8 80 ft, W 62 ft
to beg........................... 33 9 20 394
James Raney..........Com. at Se cor of eroeasng of N i5 J -i
Arrendondo and West boundary
street, run N 106 ft, M 42% ft. N
106 ft W 6% ft to beg: in B 24,
Brush's Addition Galneevlle..... 5 10 20 "--
Same as above for year of 190..
Same as above for year of 1904.. 5 40
Frankle 8nell......... Block 5 and two branch lots ad-
joining same on 3 sies. n nu-
bered. Ingram's AdditiUo toGa '
TW* .............. ........... 4 10 20 144
Lou Stephens.........Lot 50 it N& 8 by 100 ft A & W
In Nw cor of lot 10, Bk 4, R
1. Roper's Addtion to GaloeavU'e 4 10 20
Also 50 ft &A W by 10 ft N ft I
0o ft from se cor IBk 4. R L Ro-
pe's Addtion .................. 4
A.P. Stnckey. Trtee.. Com at Nw at J. M. Manm's 40
acre Tract lot of W. A. Colcl"gh,
lytg south o( 8 A. U. RR. aad W -
of A. C. L RR, then m N M 4 ;
ge.N W 43 ft. 8 degrees, I N
a N 64 degrees. Bu t;: thes N
170 ft. W 2IS ft. Ito lw in atsavfe 10o
C. D. Sebatf.........Lot 10 of N of totT l ... U 01
Mierva Tealey....... 8 % B 2. 6. Goeos Ad tl3 to
oGaleemile ...................... 3.-
J. A. WMllk .........Loft y fit y I t WwI er let i
14. 9 l4 p Wom A&aMIm I*
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SUet.a. T INI
gM-L T Sc u pibUSar

Iaper, publisTed every iadety
asia, c ontai the pews ei
31 la1 state and ge e v lsd fib
pto sy frtot any t 0t of the
so c ntsd tfor 'Wa e*a- a
,rtig bills 3 omm dweate
or display advertising MA e aUSew

k.e-a.week Sun is Sa siRg. ag, f
paper, publishedd CeVy MU610

Ei in contract artes m"t ws
CorSanad. for Ss.wxa yesf-l sa&va
vertising bills becoB 41e0 af
ted in cotrdct ftrtif t IEMkuwI
e d quied to pay for advertiuagi
Sdress. TH DAIfY MN


li just as honorable and reep
) business to raise poaltly for a
ss it is to produce any ot

of the -arm. 12 u Uin wua
ies and converts the product
his brain and labor Jnto money
the lines of honest endeavor,
a n example which is worthy of
tion by his neighbors.
it present high prices for these
the business presents an
field and we hope that these
es will be developed and
uleoed to a much greater degree
the future.
price of an average hen in
retail groceries at the present
1 65 to 75 cents and we presume
.ame prices hold good in all
cities. Eggs are 25 to 30 cents
dozen and frying-dsle chickens
fomr forty to sixty cents each.
of the poultry, eggs and butter
come to the markets of our
Southern cities to supply the
are shipped from Northern and
States the same as our corn,
beef and bacon. It is an un-
and irrefutable truth that
.f these staple commodities and
y food supplies can be bet-
raised in the South, especially

is presented an opportunity
ditersification on the farms of
HiUtn which should no longer be
and It is a decided reflection
the agricultural methods of the
that our border States should
Bnded upon to supply the
and healthy demands of our
towns and cities for such
ry food supply as poultry.

oPrda should continue to grow
next ten years as she has for
at half decade, she will become
I greater State and a great popu-
will be within her borders.
11 rapidly developing the hid-
aftusres of the land of perpet-
Sifl,, her agricultural and
I developments exceed.
m3t sanguine expectatinms,and
L "M that the State's future
lth bright prospect'. A
PW of the people are out
our mercantile esablisl.
e doing a nice business, the
t'lltutions are flourishing,
s doing well. All I all.
Ur happy, contented and
S -"-WVauchula Advocate.

from an Associated Pres
S the n"ro is aot bd t
her in Indiana. ea Grees-.
4s f";Ug9 it bitter, as a resgmi
aiult by a negro npb te
O Urq i. fton, an ed"er1y
SSix t groft wrebfit
-'r orde otred to r
a. a: osoer of ba.er

' Oma. fupon u nn u
bes"44W a t Vai
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.% i'*'. -- "
~iKedr M aPrinter's
Swe*ey Pournal tor p"nters and
r O ttewr and oomtaler of the Row-
S epaer Direttory, either
Ih ance of te fact or for
^ M$ lptlag reason hs seen fit
.M, article in Printer's Ink of
^ 54, qver his own ignature, to
0*o1W'l zalprereesout -or State in
a. y oft his statements. In fact, none
r of th~e are correct, and it is the,
m dty -of the Florida Press to take the
Smatter up and call the author to
tb Inn the firat place, Mr. Rowell states
S 'that here is only one paper published
SIn Tallahaseem The Sun, which n ke,
Silae its-appearance, when a fact their. ire
Mfi two frst-class weeklies, The Su and
The True Democrat. Mr. Rowell,
s oa above anyone else, should know the
facts regarding that of which he
ort-. makes a study and business. He
r4 "knocks" the State again by the asser-
Stion that. "such as they are, Florida
itte issues over 150 newspapers and peri-
e. odicals, and it is quite probable that
7-; there are more than a hundred
w Florida papers that do not have a
tous list of subscribers that would count
*a as many as 200 names." The Sun
r, doubts seriously if there are a dozen
in this class, for, as a rule, the Florl-
da weekly is a widely circulated paper
in proportion to population-more
widely in proportion than the majority
Sof papers in other States, by reason
mar of the fact that Florida is composed
IA of an intelligent class of people, made

up from every section of the United
States, and as a rule people of re-
finement who insist upon reading the
papers. One may find in the
rural districts of Florida the very es.
sence of integrity, people from every-
.where who have come to live among
us, some because of the Infatuating
climate and fertility or soil, some be-
.cause of their health-and in fact, for
various reasons. Ninety per cent of
this class who are engaged In farm.
ing or horticulture or trucking are
subscribers to their county paper.
Simply because the publishers of
these papers, who, in many instances
are indifferent as to whether they
make a report to Mr. Rowell's direc-
tory or not, they are credited with
"less than 200 copies circulation."
Mr. Rowell makes another blunder
of the grossest kind when he states
that there are no stones in Florida,
and that it would be impossible to
secure one in the entire State large
enough to make a door-step, or even
big enough to throw at a dog. Right
here In Alachua county we can dis-
prove that assertion, and if Mr.
Rowell is willing to pay the freight
we can supply him with not only
stones for his door-step, but also a
sufficiency of good ones large enough
to throw at all the canines which
come his way.
The dreamy author of this attack
on Florida's resources declares that
we have no hard roads, and that the
surface of sand road is covered with
marsh grass or forest leaves, and
this again with sea shells. It is need-
less to defend this attack, for every-
one who has visited Florida knows
that, while we may not have so great
a mileage, no better roads are to be
found in the United States than the
roads of Florida, constructed of ma-
terial mined from the earth of this
State, which Mr. Rowell states is
"nothing but sand, sand, sand."
Next to the peonage articles which
have become famous, this article of
Geo. P. Rowell Is the most unjust mis-
representation of Florida ever pub-

The city primary election to be
held la Jacksonville on May 7th Is to
be open to all white electors, whether
they be Democrats, Republicans, So-
cialists or Pi Ibitionists.

SYAY or Oio, .tvy or ToL.nDo.
Lvcas CorxTy,
reak J. Cheey Wakees oath that
be le sealor partner of the firm of
P. J. Cheoer & Co., doing business
a the City of Toledo, County and
t aloresaid a that said rm will
p thse e-m of One Hudred DoBalrs
1fr each sad every ose of Caterrb
that mast be Mared by the use of
XalWs Catark Care.

a. s %l. A

'SElubl bhB

V health bwt bo have ft aei ""U" .

ta2 their
M aiii shem.Dr.

Favorite Pru him poed u et a

twauprollllm W f

coming of baby, Qs by rndwetra M -ht*
birth safe, sya 4 sot IanleN
Bear In mint plieS thakt Dr. PisiNs
Favorite Przestptln Is not a Me W
patent mediciM, agalgm kle the o t
intelligent people ar quite atMIally
avert, because of the uncertainty e to
their composttPlt and harmlessharoater
but isa a MDzo am 0 vKNW NCOwPOW
TIoN, full list of allts ingredlts b
printed, in platl ongtsh, on every botslo
wrp r. An U nati of th"is t at
I=4rerlen t wi no-f t fat thif
non-alcoholic III ONIpwitic, enile.
ally pure, trlpil*MOd glycerie taki
the plce of tM emooily und aleo
In I make-up, I this oomUoa
may not be out ot place to Slate that te
tFavorite PreuetcHtIos of Dr. Piere
the only medaloM put p for the ear
woman's pecuat am al
ments, and drsorgte, I
the Ingredientst w have e o
animous endorsemet of all the O n e tii
medical writ ad teachers of a the
several school of practice, and thae too
5 remedies for the ailments for w to
*Favorlte Pre egiptta' Is recomm
A little book t endorsments wil
be sent to ay popaid, a
absolutely frewe it youreq uet same
potal card, or lettr, ofW r.LV. Pierce,
Buifalo, N.Y.
Dr. Perce' P at Pellets ure con-
stipation. Co tsoq Is the cause of
many diseases. the cause and you
sure the disease a7o take au eaody.

In the famous Welles Umber tres-
pass case before the United States
Court, the Jury brought in a verdict
in favor of the United States Gov.
ernment allowing $12,000 to the Gov-

The Int llectual development of a
nation is to be estimated by the value
It places on human life.-

Orlando will have an electric fire
alarm system Installed in a few 4ays.

And still Orlando tries to burn the
whiskey out.

The world is waiting for
who knows.

YJamestown Expositio

Jer Atlantic Coast Lin* RL

C 'People all over Florida: see the Atlantic Coast Line '
*P"rple Folder" for sohedules to the Jamestown ExpB o
sition Two daily trains each way with through PaU*.-
pmai Buffet Sleeping Oar.
eason iuxt1y days and fifteen days-limit excu
tioMetS on sale daily from April 19th to November
at low rstesi
COach excursions at very low rates.
For further information see y(,ur nearest railra
agent or write

Ok*Iit Psasgetnr Agent, Atlanti Coast Line, Jacksonville, Fla.

Schedule e April 20, 1906.


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tt sa h and
a arry on the

boat, light and
ha s u applying mfor 6
o nmto have and
, ea sm t pgmpl station
m sa on sM Idtusioes,.to em.
S 4 carry on the asbuines
i~liom n lee and refr were.
W.1ad4 YIte h wto
p In ad earry on the business
i aud supplying elto
Pr f tt.hMbat, ad power, to
leoa e sA carry m on the
comamunaten by tele
or other means of
and to G and SM
toarry e n said busi
d to enSgag- wally In the
SOt o~~a pab sere00 Corpora-
a yi be determined by the
of direotors to be advantageous
I bulstws of the orporatio.
rporseosn sha llhave the right
*r taw make and perform and
ott osstrstas of every kind and

ll~1aei w, or rnmls and
r or
ertle to SweS5 the rghts.
M A pvA u iqe of the ownew
Stereof ad toeOers mye anda
votng powes thereof.
ibs ceporios A ln have' age
1 enoy all t*e rIgbh powes d
le r ed to ttr
it unt ew"f
Irda. The foreign shabe
both as to" W dUt sad
and it It h etp Kmly
that the forb ee
shall not tn any way it
the powers of this rpWrb
TICLE 3-The capital sbok of
Corporation shall be One RMB
thiesand Dollars divided lato
p Thousand shares of the par mVl
01 One Hundred Dolairs eih.
* stock shall be paid in, tn lawful
Soft the United Stat., or
| property, labor or
just valuation to be fixed by
at a meeting to be ca6
that purpose
LU 4- The term for wibh
Shall exist shall be
years from the date of
pate t.
6., ee. 1-The business
shall be oonducted
i a vi e-president, eec.
reand a board of
TU nasber of direet-
toeend or dtiatIshed
The direr shall
Othe took holders at
All other o-
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0a6ly by the i4-
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retigof direators
ep stock houe

aowu. athe ooa
mS.usal prl
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the ofet AmouSt
SWtr toi chfy
O tl, F00), l eventy-

Anbedtr to and for
the e e o re set
LU a et of tyer, M, fety (50)
L.. -4m^ at Tyier, My afty
I. D. er, Fla., Aft (60),
shal ..4 1
L A TvOWr of Tyler lI., one (1)
R. 8. et Tyler, one (1)
share. I
I. A.Limi 49 Tryler, ia., one (1)
share. ,
The, artolel of loorpor

porattll- 1 >amn aa Alaehua
~Tradt o 1 movement Company,
at a a Jf the submrlbers held
at ap t for that purpose.
In wBs whereof we bsve here.
unto Oet oar hands and seals this
28rd day of April, 1907
8. D. RIC .
State of Florida., Alachua County.
Before me personally came thi S23rd
day of April, A.D. 1907, 8. D.
Rioe, I Hudson, J. D. Turner, L.
U. OaqelL, L. B. Tucker, J. A. eaoh
to me well known and known to me
to be the pno who subscribed to the
foregollg article of Inorporatto
and who 'everally aocnowledd ibe
fore me tha they subsrlbed to the
aine for t Pe rpose of obtainin
letters patent sad charter of the Ala.
chua Tradin and Improvement Corn*
pay, from eM 8tate of Florida, and
or other purposes therein ex-
WitneUs my hand and ofild meal
this Itrd day ot AprIL A. D. 1907.
Notary Public. State of Florida at
la1e 3My commislon expire June
Ink 1909.

Ilcbu Coutj Abstract Co.
Perra NL Ocek. Pr e J. W. Wmaaft VWe*
fsiat & Ielma. fee..Tirs
We do ans ezalMve Abraist basul.
no, with S i ew flor alipa|slas Full
Ierinson eoooerelg i th Tlle of
a 1s estal l bade In A s eoouaty.
Alli b Mal se tssumSna ed pepl

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a** all -uds of
Ooe sFamluste
mae& so eider as

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am au 71" it

Ras ,ftte

ItThoee uavisn t at-
ter to wee evI d gued
li ie ,Bo the decslin to rs the
lise by aoae of the att t otea-
tore. of the asies, notice abai
thOMse being te double s y i uep
wi ft*"d o che and Seepte
Sanm d as the following: Our
people, with a Idea of afording dele*
sates to this and other eiMreatloUs
bhe, Ia Rlolaond, an opportunity for
vidlW the Jamestown Spoesltion,
ctSet! an amrram ememt vbereby
the Mtv portion of tickets veadlns
f sr 3 a sood are honore4 W rem
twt, Virgnia, without addi-
tiesa charge .Thbl alone certainly
S thi e Seaboard especially at-

Thk Is a movement now on foot
to have the Florida Baptists asem-
bMe I n Jackmonvlle, mortg from
there on the same train-one might
my In a body. This, too, will make
the trip mare pleasant
For further information address
8. 0. BOYLtTON,
Assistat emerald Passeger Agent,
Jacksonville, Florida.

To All Whom It May ConDern:
Take notice that I shall apply to
the pardoning board of the State of
Florida, at Tallahaiee, Florida, on
or after the 11th day of May, 1907,
to ask for a reminson of the fne im-
posled on me at the fall term of the
U(romlt court. Alaohua county, Flort.
da, on November 24, 1906, la the
chare of aWravated assault
April 0, 1907.

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Ofee In Miller Law Exehean.
OSoe Phone No.MB; Reldemee No.n1M

And SolUeltor Ina Equty
Rea' Estate, Ooveloyaael and Oes.
eral Petlee. All baltoem promptly)
attended to. Oes aoet door to Bo
ofes. GaMIasTIu, FLomIUA.



OverDainea& Oe' a0, ealeshm


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Ofe over MUawea" pr Pbhoe ma- rats



0 a FIw&n,

Cam selImo slv Poeperty,0(Ow

what ye6 wr brash.w2lon

]3~n imAYmON & BAXTERo

on ft..ft"Hamamiliaek

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IS 0., both ways.
aI d C t e Service
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Clvk St.5o hbu21r MLe
60sw..n 3 ACxQO?%VILLU saat dSANP0 rcm
stopping&a$ PiathalsA"o, 3eesfI04(e eU)and Iflerinediate L&D

1 Is PPOInsed to Mall s ollows: IAWv* J'sehoail~le, Sandasy, Tuesdavg
Thursday@, 8:80 p. a. Regg~uing, save Sanford, Mondaps
Wednesday# and Vrldaps, 0:80 a. im.

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F. M. Ionxoxsmu, Is., A. G. P. A., Jaeksonvllle, Fla.
Joux PasMUL, T. P. A., A.' 0. HAmsY.G. E. P. A.,
Jaoksonville, Fla. Pier M N. R., New York.
0. H. TATLon, P. T. M., 0. 0. Bnows, 0. P. A.,
290 Broadway, New York.
L. D. boxas, T. F. A., L. 8. Scaomxo 0. A.,
Jacksonville. Fla; Leesburn, Fla.
W. G. Ooorna. Ja., F. A., OLivn Mnn, G. F. A.,
Jaockonville, Fla. Pler 8 N. R., New York
0. P. Lovu., Asant, Jalpkonvllle, Fla.






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ld manx who
e viplo els w d oae
return h Oeding aw -V "
thnen fIofathe f""
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p.hy expreed for Anil !.
of Deputy Sheriff M 'isrnt
a Oe One of tm S a Athm
o hlaw ave beten o avlets a&d
i life sentence. Howew r, 'teA
many who feel for the ld
dring that he Was dmf'irto th
y and i a victi um lr c cof
Am a

aces n e shd ateart s ao.
mbody of iN a w O aO d
,well i the farming IP W
.bl. came to him.
stop GrumbIng.
Bou suffer from RhAMtSOm 0
ifor: Ballard's 83W nimoat

for Sprani, RbwnUrUNAte, o0
nMu les and as. nt plead

Sthe reach ofar the Proneh BM
1.00. C. R. Smith. TeOAha. TeX.,

r ine hed nesday allt and ow
Iot in my for Havre. m1 ad
Sound tleln from er ream nt Torn
s and aches. I recommed It
s in the cheat." Sold by W.x .

rima Donn Sall for Etul vp
w. From HMare ay.-i wln S to
s tak hen to Blarl the for eca Xe
LToralne Wednesday night and Mil-
I Thursday forI Havre. Ibough abe
I'ovalercing from her recent long
ess, thf prinia donna. Is atIll vey
Hak. From Havre asb will go to
|ia and 1hen to Iiarlta tr at fev
hl before Balling for a lg stay
I crlsba d.
Universal Peace Still emft.
battle, \tah., May .-Uleutem.
i General MacArthur, who a brn
) meet General Kuroki or his way
na the Orient to the Jamgetowa otx
rltion, declared Wednetday that to
b opilon unniversal pce is till
distant. He considered the re-
lt peace conference mmre a a 8*uc
i for curiosity than or practcal
For Suppressing Anarchy.
Madrid, May 3.--4Tv m auurum
W tke suppresalon of aUrahlt 1i
hieiona are in oonteplahtioa. The
Praor of Barcelona h a reetly
Mied Madrid and dika-ad the
eots with the goveramte.

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Who will come and get a Savings Bank and start a
which will be opened by PHIFER BROS. in their
I southeast corner of the Square on MAY 1st, 1907.


Savings Account in the new bank
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 acquire, 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 i nAinety-five out of every hundred of these instances the
success that perhaps makes you envious was started by the bank savings habit,














All caref'U)l
women U


114-4 1[*f, 6agpm
PR iI .erCEem
co PhwIIJ..; A

Every person renewing their subscription to The Semi-Weekly Sun for one year or to The ,;
Daily for three months or who subscribes for The Gainesville SemA.Weekly Sun for one year or fqr,
The Daily Sun for three months, will be entitled to one of thee handsome pocket banks free oI)
charge and will receive credit at Phiferl Savinp Bank for 25 oeat.

Daily Sun $5.00 Per Year; $1.25 For Three Months

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

Get in line and be among the first to secure this beutTifI Jittle bank'J
f.^ r ha 0%# 0% k V.m. V ~._ istl1- _-i A1?t^ M ,*.i

Ufa.. 0 (4616

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A Handsome Pocket





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Th Who

M capped at
wood for ln, .;. ,R0,
i-. s
cllSn cardle la n*
s uo typerWtto ribW $5
for T et. t
t J. Mca aMs' rtBWvM ~S
trip to T h ,AING
b J. H. Prter.of M .X," wMa
bilog In the city YttWrib.
Wbe bet printed KMst7 at
,.i r.t U at , MA
J. Sweuriw en, the na al tem
tor of Kanapaha, was a the city
rs W. M. Wifliams of PA1ft ta is
the city on a visit to Dr. and Mr
L Kelley. "
or Rent-Rooms tfor heusekeepln,
slhed or unturnisbsd. Apply 90
University street.
Rent-Three desirable rooms
light housekeeping, w book from
re. Apply o109 N. UlvWrtW y St
Mm Montgomery, upoU a charge
trunk and disorderly, wvas ned
aid costs in the mayors eo*rt ye
lanted-Bright, active White boy
work In shop. Ad4es Look Box
' or apply on premise, 110 N.
we street.
friends of Mrs. John Che mst will
Ilad to learn that she Is laproviag.
t Chesnut has been s s rftrg with
Wr for the past few dayu.
trayed-Jersey cow, light spotted,
Er'ed in one ear, and rope mark
had horns. Supposed to ba*t
~e towards Micanopy. Reward for
trAod leading to recovery. J.
SCronwell. Galnesville, li.

b8OTTE ..

thuse over @4 %
tamie itaef. It
the best drink for4
operationss and 41
Vo and for builog
Thetired worker,do
Ntmne a the oft
N l~adies inthe IW
Adarn ideal,
ligrelief in=bf~
C(aCola. It an
URte delightgfajy VV
"it undue StiU~M"
Mtieves fatigue

Coltta ot
ramuateed bv

I "*0.O* oat oor nmeir rat e
FIo T o1. Mr. and it. Tt00 o f

., ..':-,'.. r y were Yll llilil. '. I .eu, o I v

uthr torida. A goodIP
S-s.t'l. o " cas. ,,,. .NT: A ICOLD DRINTE OF A
1he-e he wA su.otd Ve. tebosts. Ever

Rb.. Pa s. *I**. Ga e -oked to
-. Pk Clarl left ter4 r, "o"u *e a.t a... - g*'- a n ul S p
.W ell v leading foPR-,, EARLYsaid

S e, wr e y.h Apply 8t sAu bu.ti7 ; 0E s T O
=is oa retUr.edft= & 1 Vi' t Wo"" "--g

*%$ft, lie w M UU beinurch. Be"a?
1Mdrl.O and hakes baked Iin theoe c . satsta.ft. to il 'to."
ad delivered one a dae LIoot-uld iBt tbe with awbls I t !N "A1iE1 RasV,
laneft. t t on eatrrs -uaaean d t a KBVATONtB R a
I"A. B* Tedder, an exteasove lumber in aU o th v
Sw as abo t wilsOl oc &\ L .. vd* 18L T. SC il Ir

oo ottge to re,.t., ty-h. Nr, l.ll la"-
a. Ap.ply torw Ms t ben a vsit t rto 0
.1 N. aversity s baedt I an ef0cent 6 Alaemin co wt f adults sad
Por Sale-A new 11-room houas; a b s now at a tr0.
rooy servants' hose and one acre py VaLpariso W.Rms S& a 1 spot s K ee lOOk S,
lot. Apply to P. O. Box, 221. w acatonf l um detbm pf
Mrs. .. HuBband daughter, Ut I will buy r sell at I ll

ave hr tatboneey printed The anything else pt Wil laposed of. t , ,
i. obifdlel, mratlass work promptly During my er loa CasM Cateo&unts.
delivere at reasonable prices Is our this business t4 a oi om "- i
motto. plaint .t not ien. CT 5 aoN. A. Kby, a progressive oltiuen U .
0. W. Maine, and D. V. Maiheiand ton. P. M. Orr. of the LrS. st ion, o a goodI
son of Moteocha, prominent citizen Dr. and Mr W lw
of that section, were ln the city trad. have been stm at Ehe Oaks for as he has flceelft*i
tug T o ta tUy. the past few rtbsA pave i0ed b o ot t Ota- "e istrct r
- 3 sh of New York secretary to keep hou *It sad he. re '. spc. BC LS *R
of t ea Coast Lumber Company, is m d Into t
nto the city on a combined business Dr. Aderman a. rsody vated by WMIIo VV *

tAmoet the prominent visitors to at hey wil be at borne iI [o1WiJ
tark a prominent young attorney, ton re ,
who is here on business. ad l er *1 Abit wkat a ll|
* Joseph Crews of Starke, a success .., obilgatloma to M. X~by heo hiosf. ISt**
ful planter of that section, wa among Ufrts tn a nt M eatSBts out. g
those who came to GaInesvIlle yeter. V ,i" IIL.J
day. Mr. Crews has not been wel2 |takert a to ia
recently, and came to consult a physiL. W. R. Skert b ... to EFF 8IMO N
od Weston. who bat been conduct- CGeb t t e Ead. rpreat Plorlds tn the imperial oon' eAUMI as
lug a cold drink and clar stand Ip the Cheape ore present F el of the btmoeria' deo 1 0
Hill building, east side square, has gree of Maggary.
moved to the Haymans block, south tr. Stekert Is a man of preat oin Vb Sr
aide, where he will continue his buest See a eler eaatertaler, ad w IS
nesa. me doubt return with Lytoflg seears Toik Ig
Among the prominent visitors to t tAhe ftorida divatso of the hr e
this city Thursday wa s Horn. P. T fe W
Davis, a prominent attorney of Pensai I II' M. ana d Util wh asb6K
cofl, who was here on bustieas corn- h a been Aad l tt
nected with the United States land e* past two 'or t ee .I
office. o N YooAvoed to Lawtty. Mr. .-g
Sandle Graham, James Bodiford, is1191loyed by Ain eria om OTS
Bloxham Dell and Harry Denton. sad (1tpby Itl uo lw aru ef lrjallatre a
Mtses Ida Redding. Alma Boaalliwao mbne amd ars i D d
Ington, where last night they attendd at" Wbye
the dance at the Worthingtoon prmage I gr very much to lose W tf wi r e beS -
Hotel. a H1i& t"" mil Bl Ph**MU
Dr. J. D. Watkins, cashier of the -
Bank of MUcanopy. was amoon the The people of OaIaa
talstors to this ity yesterday. Dr. to WelSaoe 0. sP.a a DO $a"
Wattles. when connected with the b reet do t o
GaIat esille and Go ulf. ue ed to coae to s il redM at t
see us every day, but now his duties T C t tlt IS U 0b pat few iMtbs4 b 'ii g
pmrs t the pleasure of hts visits. Ae w W. .Stt tNeOeWls* *jl8 oft O
A alarm of tre at 11:30 o'clock U N th yrl o O

-as t"e deptWmst promptly. The f 51"ISO Qr.
Afty vllaft. whigh amountedto sI'^'IIV S'Itsel As"
800big bWta Icbut which creat. ]go*?hsdy
eComm medrbom ozctsm..t for a a SPWmbis eL
3.Metom W and'fl. j. Darer MWau d W wo.*~j~
wit. A. J. Babcock. W. H. Rampvy 4W~ ~JUSS~qAm ~d but t"e
md 0. W. Nd*Smi ,aD OfAthbain. WHO$ J IUN Wm b skis
In do lty. Sam Wm s ban here 41ee _fo
the seat few W*Wks. The mtlmom b kas"04"pee tos
08um. am l 1e1moeibr Sl
U. 41becryat t uN
or et aim Wet at brr
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