Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01106
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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 7, 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: VID01106
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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S -it

wit e a. -t ri w al \ ke
av W enlatf n near.

li iB^ Stetty. Si$SE e enormous
wJeSht 4( 8 d water, be-
tweona .fte i atd t*w-ty of whom
as ode 4 e th'irte injuMed ap
Allemmoth j wt
isw Vo.e ae wm ae ie.*
I M rdetal* of th afair reched
5hrw Whed the judklcl anthotitlee sa
"... several itgeosl departed immewdate-
l fort t h .
T .". Is only the last of a
+I!11 large ,inm irlatch have 'recently
'N__1 e5Uab a wintsd.',0o victlma I n this
'3'^^ y * !" *' stie d4oat*$ In the neighborhood
H. s1ad ?^<^ t' mo
B^ W0I i OI O Thi tsiBi, Aftla kr making a thor-
Sl is oulb t w 1 nto the present
I4t' to ctataxtv t ,aWjdDII severely pun-
Ia h I R wtb a o they place Lh

s linr ptaaooua 4 0 ue rma wall-wts woakand s aye.
UeU ,OlMs toles be- The da e was being put In for Ir-
iltbe t#I* l lbO$Wie ,rira'tOin and stockll aterlng purpon ,
ia atfeRU~l! vt w and was a large enterprise. The
044 a 1 1/ .10rar IO mlle 4 will be heavy.
Sto the f of naviga-
Iok ttog eooyr n- CONVWCTS MAKE ESCAPE.

^. eare has t aag of Overtaken by Guards One is Killed.
th to Others Leap from Trestle.
s a th*i .r. New Orleans, May 6-Reports have.
T Just been received by the state pen-
A0 D'A I CONTININTAL TOUR. Itontlary board of the escape of two
oonvlces Wednesday night from the
jIat Polltloal tlgnflsance Thihk Angola state farm In West Poll I-
Pe n P reth Psi, e tana parish, and the killing of a third
bIle, May 6.--w- French prean convict who was also alttnpting to
"a, King U ward's continental got away.
*Mbteh ended Saturday with his The three convicts, A. B. Sml(h.
re from this city for London, j. Dahlen, and L. Derser. all
S Tr llow ith lar polcam-l young white men'serving short terms,
oa. PThe following ls a sam- ths first two for burglary and the
idol nd: third for forgery, ovepowered a
Asking has demonstrated that g urd last Tuesday and disappeared
A s w<***-t

Wr_ V.a W l s VWMsl lav 1aI
loaded in applying to Germany
the political point of view, the
tal blockade which Napoleon
to apply to nugland commer-
Were Klng Edward twenty
younger, the result might be
itows tor the peace of the world,
a rma of slxty-six will hesitate
Sthe grand coup."
k PFamous Old Paintfi.
Orleaeo, May S.--The famous
paintng.as "1Theattloof New
a worn dim In the vicsal-
,such as fall to the lot of but
I 'antlngp. was Snpaoked hOres
tIday to' unadrgo the' restore's,
Uab. 9ThI painting was Bat haWl
ia Washington gallery. Laer It
Qorned the old hotel R rnl of this'
brilliant bostUly of half a
tury ago which is now thOe biggest
flohest ruin in New Orleans.
the hotel Royal, the paiatlas
t to the Balon Rouge capitol
ag, whei' it was partly r a W0i1
frame during a fire a year age4
ere for a long Utme the old
was almost given up as a to-*

Laber Situation In 'Prime, s
Iranclmto, May 6.-I-TW out-.
is the labor situation here la not
ularly bright and no chance for:
'taflmediate settlement of any ofl
nesilons now luvtlved l at pres-I
apparent. The telephone strike,
clppled the service and Priday,
the whole system had practleald
to a standstill. The oper-i
1e arwring support from all'
and It is feared that thet
will go out oa a sympathet-i

IB AMrIley Celebreatee.
Ga.. May -$-Tne Chat-
ba"'Colebrated liu I15th
-s armory witb al la-
SJ. Davat pretlde,
I ,i !ad thaer were ad-
r l oers ai4 teran

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In theawamp.
Owing to high water, there were
only two avenues of escape from the
farm, and those were guarded. At
one of these, a railroad trestle, a
guard was overpowered late' Wednes-
day night by the three convicts, who
then started across the restle. They
were fired Into by another guard at
the other and of the trestle and Con-
vict Smith was killed. The other
two convicts leaped from the trestle
and made their escape. Both of the
men who escaped were natives of the
state of Missouri.

Incipient Race Riot,
Wiqoon. Tex.. May .-An Indcpi-
ent race riot between aegro soldiers
recently recruited for the Tweaty-flfth
Infantry, occurred Saturday at the
Grand Central deot wbem St. Clair
Nong, a nemor recently eallated In
Savannah. Ga. struck a white maa
who refused to give hia nam.
* Left Estate of 01.10.0m0.
New York. May C.-O-a.d Wiloox.
late president of the Delawar and
Husdon. who committed seuolde at
Beatle last week, left his estate to'
fot* cousins on his mother's ide.
The estate Is valued by William O.
WlIcox, the dead mass' cousin, at
-- I
Long Balloon Trip.
Paris. Way 6i-Maurto. Faram&s ad
a friend ascended from St. Cloud oa
Wednsmdait In a balloon of 1,90 me-
ter pga capa-it". and they Andeld aI
Carlsbad Friida.. having traveled a
diltanue of 7S0 nil'es,

&Sowstorm In Ohio.
Cleveland. 0.. May 6.-Drives by
a seree gale trol the northmwet; a
heavy. wet snow fell over sorthera
Oblo Saturday. The sorm cause
much delay to teJgraph service.
Next Cenvention In New Orteana.
New York. May .- he Intemr'a-
tiomal ktndtersarita union. Wlch has
est end"d Its anawal aemtaS here.
dmteed to h:4 thea me eeavaesla
ie ow Oeaaa. 1
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amphitheater at BDeeveato Is almost orderly. but : .Ae is almost certala d,* the seo ,S ab:n .
tatact. .to ensue if stritk-breakers are put to Wie, w~ethop Sul'. '
"---- work. --o--..ag kUagtheBogIr,"
Aataa Indian Dies at Age of 11. t t Nor em shot. ach com, a !
8tn Pranctieo, May *.-FtlizRod- A s Ga.i May .--- Te n .1. but nt pieg .o a 't -
"gutu. an Aateso lan., died hers orml hool is now ckosIg the mot UM .
I'rlb at the age ct 139. He was Ia propeoros yaIr in its Iastry The
the battle of the Alame la 1840. as ateneae has rtjeked a maxmu. *a U *.
a .s.ster in charge e a proviso The total reistratlos drl e Tok MA
wLs of the Mb Ss" k t"y. After abN rnaetd 15". wMhmh abs"e The 4l 0. Cs i
Tesam' tlor. be rUsrere to Ml t student bo _m. H. iin" ye K
so where he aved m bear YMa le Y r isG M e vs wide c '9oW
eea was h1 ^. Meem p ua st a.-o E**l I
iIqe, h^ ~ --?; 4'J

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TY MAY 7, 1


who was lin4ated lt o aiy,
t;PsuperiormtBbl e -rdw. Pastor Left Wealthy Church ft
u : t O u*; gO Tongwi., William Kids, but 'Who Izd hI& Sake of Pret;y F c.
eTong"e1 6a Kg Sake of Pret:yre.
"---- lately after Its connmakeso, waa
O,W W ANDD ON FRIQAY V W earning played umar arrest 10 IT CREATED A* BIG SENSATION
Miles orthwe, of latu, at ---
Lured y? Iator5os 1of Sty 44Arimi'llla, in the .'0s,3w t Of It 1e Stated that Warrants Have
Id41 0 ~ tor2eso ef e t S pi y, iby SAeE OWa. ot Daiw Issued for Minister's Arrest-
In Tha try, Fori~ k e ocok Goty to wbot warrantWks' Arr
toeAmerloa in OQret Numberi and m*iye the Madison oteaaty sherit a Will Probably Have to Answer
fm All .Cilms. teW day a go- Chairg of Abduction.
e tAll5 Off k th ng a 'Neo r a -n R
New Y ork, May 6.-Th6ough Illa ooarse, meagSr, but tfe of the pres- NewO York, May e.-r, a
IslaWd '~ep.ased Friday 54 alas *tlt day rtleatb lg them. How- Jeri Ko Cooke, former ;u ,r
and tboeaM e more are ar a tbelr et., ,It As pad by a foreaw n a t. Gorge's Protestan: E .,.
turn. Veia toIa the h rbyr, p~ad ot M80o o r, who i ow living Chumh of Hempstead, L. I., aid 17
eturn., ft4e* aw lsost .ler-ola IForetta Whaley, 'Ah di,
yet tbo a .as t mere are dale to artiv ei 0Si 10' a diis ieult arm
wIbltn thV meit two days j btweaa Ghama c Kdng, A" teAy pPperd lsimultaneous:y :a, N1 r.iay
The 4ite.' oreo of Ial s at the AW Oat of a'stream or pond, wh .re ave been located at li, .e:;v, .
Immigratloa station are w rklng with tley bad beea in awss rmlni. It 16 s. koording to intornmaiot : ,
mitht Mia zalaba to land a Msoon as msd that Kag easno at Grahanm,wfth *r.
possibeUt ita aoy who .eo4 entrance an open knife, when the latter brain- At the same time it wa.a.,: nscei
ere, o Kinl With a sUck, inlleting much that offlclals of Na.au L.::, ao
Thoseai l&i Friday reptOnated serious Inurie tMhat King died s'-rtly Issued a warrant for (',,.e ,v-t,
nearly .4*ey, nation of Eur"p. thereatlr.a n d that oflscers have ,a r ,
The abglt eooF of t wo- It I also und e tood that GObam Poekoville to verve It.
are from the south oountrles and the left Madison county on' tie night that The yiasappearatnce of ( ,ie i
quer. garb of the norher peasants th e sherifff went to h1 ou to ar- is haley created a t:w. ;i ai)i
ts)rmed a pleasant picture, wkftle the ret him on a warrant charging hhim senation, principally beai. of .(
babel of strange tongfl and the whh murder. prominence of the church ot wh
shout of the Inspectors fornmt them Graham came to Hall efunty and Cooke had been the ree r !r: fol
lto groups on the main. foor, lent looted near where he was arrested. years.
Seret to the The church is one of t lp -' m.
Many of the Immigrat t are Ital- PANIC AMONG PASSINGERS. portent on Long Island, and:.
Ians. They declare they have been slig itt parishioner+ t, ; .
attracted to America by the stories Many Were Iured In Wreck en t th y New Yorkers, who ,"a;V A,0o C
of the great prosperity he1e. and that IllMv F Railroad. boimes In that vicinity. A:i' :.: thi
many thousids of their countrymenn Raton, N.M., May 6.-West- number Is August LBehI.,, t,:
are leavilr for this ountry. They bound Santa Fe passenger 'train No. an active part in the prn'Ir,.! (ofo.
say that In Southern Italy many vii- 1 was wrecked Wednesday night 20 lowing the minister's di.a),ipranr
lageo have almost been deserted by miles south' of Raton by thb breaking which resulted In the pul;)it f
The population, so strong Is the fever of an axle under the engine tender., humrh being declared lacc,:.' all
of emigration that has selisd the peo- twelve passengers were injured, ten Oooke being deposed .*row .t, n-
p1. _seriously but not fatally. IstrX.
l.....--The train carried nmny Shriners While It Is not known isi':,?e;
PLAN DI'TURSA ...4. enroute to Los A skie. Two han- Just what charge wa mnia(!e. t i
I-- idred and eight 'passagers .*1 the rumored to be abduction,. Mis, Wiha-
Ruealan Soclaltate Htld *oret Con. train were thrown Into a pPniL oy the ley, the young womann invlvei is 'U
gress In Sweden. wreck, affair, being still a minor.
St. Petersburg," May 6.--Al sert Alexander Jeweler, of Los Angeles,
congress of soelalista opened Friday w" hurt, one hand being crushed. TAFT TO BREAK SILENCE,
in Sweden, at a place not designated. Ti of the passengers were taken to
About three hundred delegates are %he hospital at Las Vegas. The Expected that He will Start Hs Pres.
present from 'all parts of, Russia, Int traffic was delayed 15 hours, and the Idential Boom in Oklaho a
eluding all the socialist members of loss 1o rolling stock amounted to Washington, D. C., N1 -
parliament. The object of themneet- $7,500.- rotary Taft, It Is exp'c ei. e .
ing Is to decide on the future policy Some ofl he passengers In their ex- his political llnce fur "
of the party In parliament. The de- citement Jumped through windows and since he has been r.i : "
ciston of the congress will have an were cut by glass. ceptive candidate, for t :
important bearing on the fate of par- -_ ____ nomination for the pre-! i: '
flan:ent, as an influenial section of Qir's Body Found InCreek. speech, which he pro'"aj:
the socialists are In fevtO of bringing Hawkinsville, Ga., May 6.-Great liver at Tusla, Okla., on J.
about the dissolution of the house at excitement among the negro popula- the occasion of the a.ssen' :. "
any cost, which would easily be ac- Lion was caused by the hiding of the first republican swate con":' :
complisaed by .precipitating a series body of Floretra Clark, a negto girl, The secretary has ace ;:, a '..
of repetitions of the disorders of floating on the surface of Town creek, tatlon to attend that c -n1 t t.. '
April t9. which President Golovin, near the river Thursday, and some is not specifically stated "
under the present rules, is unable to arrests have followed. Oliver Clark, make a speech then. bui ..
prevent. a crippled negro man who walks on doubted that he will d '
Preach Retiring Sermon. his knees, was arrested for the crime quested, nor Is It like"'' '
Nashville, May 6.--Allen C. Hall, on account of the fact that he was publicans of the new ''
of this city, retiriag moderator of the seen with the girl Just before she was extend the necessary :n-
Presbyterian church g meral asems. missing. He claims she only rode In Secretary Taft' 'opi
bly, which oonveaes at Birmnglham, acrss the river with him and be litlcal campaign in O(k;:
Ala., fm May 1C, asaoumes the ap- baa been released. a hot one, and prohavy w! ,-
p slntmant of Rev. J. P. Howertoa. for a number of )yar' t,
of Moctreal, N. C., to preach the Sold 1,000 Quarte of trawber Pclt cal complexion of t;, "
semen of the retlrng*mederatar. Dr. Tifton, Ga., May 6.-IDeapte the
Howertoc was a reubrel the famous unfavorable season. Dr. Myers, one Dueol Proved Fatal to Bct
Charlotte confereaoe. Re is reputed of the proprietors of the Myers or. Birmingham', Ala .. M -'
to be emae of tbat ost eloquent of chards. 2 miles south of TifTtoa, salid Woodstock, early Friday. :
Presbyterlan divlnes. Dr'. Hall, the that they had sold over 1,000 quarts ardson, a aegro, who' ar.
ret moderator, la layman. of atrawberres tl sa at a price wounded .. '. SuaUv .nf '
-ro------- rangingg 'oim l' to 20 cents p4r quart, Alabama Great Souther. r... ,
Per Reearch Pwpoee. none for less than 1U coets. and be- in turn was shoT ant Irr ".
fome. May 6-A bill has bees pre- yids those sold, th Save put up by Sallvan. Sulli as -
Mea d in the chamber of depuUea about 200 cans. here to a hospital, aa '
providing for a $1200.000 lottery with bes fter. h R ,h's i"+
the proceeds of which it Is proposeed LOnlhorewmen' Strike. parlig to ahip some hb -,":4 e '
to carry out excavations at the site ew York. May 6.-The unrest to Co!umbus. Mlss., an. a
of the Hmnan amphitheater at Bune- aing the loophoremen, of whom beo quoted to h.n I'
vento. the twn founded, according o more than three thoasad are out in the rate wa excehsi'. *' ;
tradtlUon, by LComedee. and psese- Manhastas and Bn oklyu, is spread- had previously had a ,o ,
eloa of tha Rlane. triumph: arch lg, and it 's fiarted het the number lie wa- gives, and the nf "t
which Is the neat andb prbe served O strikers will be largely augment. -5t whos SUllirn v t ,::''
of all the Roman strncures. The ed. The at ':- so far have bee oe ... to gat gS _a .. ,i



" After mwot ould.


'firous 4~fabeu

has sp Aed no pains
arraBB>nWutfor the
who go this pl-.
*uade o rll be on
the pnbilekers, there
ty f good things to peat
by, the mothers, wives,
and 'sweethearts, and In all
rined to make this affair
the most sucedssful of the kind
S15ven here. ,


Wil6 Aeive .and Depart from
ilnt Ilte One Hier web ler.
g Sunday, there was a
of cbedule on the Seaboard
Railway which affeets the
land departure of trains here.
train from Jacksonville which
'4eew aocustofae to arrive at
t, p. now reoe0s at i1:30. Itn-
!tf the old sOhedule of leaving
p. m. Is the lYaving time.
change pits the'Northern mail
IiiUlle an hour earlier, which
by our people.

ok altke fi om the out.
side-but a lance on the
Anid will convince eo that
RI -

ard Cleanable
llilfa w (18tu; ue (% Oifrs
Sh-t-no other will do for
will,, Itis the world's
Mep daurd today. Why
lahVj -c '7i

af. .

PE'%. ~

nor baseball
the old Oak
fresh In the
thuqlasts all
team held
long as they
interest has

was for years the ban-
town of the tate. and
Halls will ever remain
memory of baseball en-
over Florida, as this
the clammonshlp a
were together; but t,'
lagged until It has be-

come dormant, and the chances for
r4organtmt ion are anything but
It was the idoe of those interested
bhre to form a State league of Gainee-
ville, Ocala, Pmatka. Orlando and

I. Pal Br own, one of the eCilest
clerks In the United States land ofte,
has received notice of his appoitt-
meot a secretary of the loal civil
servit board of examheera. ad will
assume hi dUes at amm. -
Mr. Browa is a youa man thor-
ouxbly mpe sat to tU e poeltl om
and his ft lad arn acaratulatag
him apon his apptntmmtL

Lt ne A Th m ikrtM
The Worn's i o( d 1 W Trtat
oltcopal ehurmk dei tWe** Te
Sun to extOend thAkW -I b -'

aN edxtedd tear W r o r
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It-' At~-siorif. w1icn the chi' I reaclies an
iga. whvn it shoul-l be able i v.nitrol the
t iU t- )CI .pea -1 uo it. tthle.ul-' 'i the difli-
eu~% t Ltney trouble, adill the first
"te .4'h"nii'l- be toward~s the trCatinl-At of
thcpse I :lporJfit ogans. Thi-%nj,4:tk%afl1
trv~v s due to a dimisea c '.-! I) of
the l+ idtvyii atnibladdler a: .1xtotto
hallit as :mo~.t pcxop~e Suppo-'.x
Women *&vas ell as in" e war.-IiVz h- mr.
ahle with kidney ad bWS I -..obt
Anid Noth need thet5M re..t rtmedyb.
Tile urnl't and thw i tat.*effect U
Swamp-Root is loa mgsed. itsomm
by druggists, in Bfv
cent and 01-d ~ ai
lmuu, ottles. vomm Nft
ball a umpt. bote
by mail frveeales a t tm
Uaphlet te!" g all am* Swsunp.I~st,
vig aitany oflthe thsa mndsof tood-

ftmer& u,

"I foam

,itiath d M-'1.io s: ""For en-
turts 'be' 'oll has ben reeo
nised a the Srs" est of all body-
building 'ageNts for wasted human
sg'sght ls $ttlitr, but on account
of the aa msttia sad systepm-losing
oIL w"hi Uvlop.d Its curative prop-
ertie few tol4 l-tat it with Ieneft.
"In Viaol yea'1Y aIn a concentrated
form eyey one of the curative and
streagth-rating elements of cod liver
oli actually takpn fram tresh cods'
liver, the t0-de, system-clogging oil
eliminated, 4d ttalc Iron aoded.
"Vinol tis taSenteed by over five
thousand of hb ledtara druggists of
the Unitead tat to'trete strength
for old ~gle0 for the run-down, tired
and debOltt, weak, sickly women
and obildrea, and after a severe sick-
ness. . .
"We "a. every such person In
OGalta ilUe to try Vutol. It costs
nothlg if it falls."-W. M. Johnsqn,
SNoteO-While we are sole agents for
Vinol tIh Q('aeville., t is now for
sale at thIe hladin drug store in near-
ly every town and city in the country.
Look for the Vinol agency In your


Judge annr Mrs. Syd L. Carter Cele-
brated Twenty4-eventh Anniversary.
At the elegant home in Bast Gaines-
ville, Judge and Mrs. Syd L. Carter
and family on Sunday participated in
a big anniversary dinner, to commem-
orate the twenty-seventh anniversary
of their marriage. There were many
gathered around the festive board.
representing this interesting family.
which Is among the oldest In this
section, and It goes without saying
that ev9tything good to eat was in-
cluded on the bill of fare.
Judge Carter, who is one of Ala-
chua county's faithful and efficient
representatives in the Legislature,
came down especially to attend
this function and be present at the
opening of the spring term of the cir-
.cult court. While he has suffered
considerably from rheumatism for the
past few months, friends are glad to
see him looking much better than
they ha expected.

Sael(h~i "No Oe."
Nothwithstanding the efforts of a
few enthusiastic local fans who have
oxerclsel evec.y effort to create a
State baseball league. t appears that
the Issue is a dead one her, as it has
been impossible to gt a sufficient
nutibr of our people Interested-to
even atteid a meeting.

The stsiw pa rt of tho, A Y f
taku up t ooralsing tbo d"' b
and the. following Jurors, ws m i09a
elled" aid oWin: .
Grsand rra- e. s. XGo ~ oto

man; H. D. Lewis, F. Cellot W. /
Holder, arm DaCosta, E. 10tRobe*,
1. B. CampbeU, E. B. LeWi, W. ,P.
Boulware, O. I. Neal, J. UB. heelld,
J. 8,.'Goodo, James Harrison, J. L.
Slocue, W. J. Hamilton. ,. Y. Craw-
Tord, O ,L. Feaer, J. D. Outf re.

non, W. J. tDenby, Geo. R. 111s, N. W.
lalphers, C. J. Mison, E. .
The grand Jury went lomWediate ly
to work. a upkin oodrprong t during
the day. -
In the afternoon the case of E. K.
Anderson vs. G. W. Easterlin & *Co.,
assumpsit, was taken up. Jury wa
ealle and sworn and evidece sub-
mited, when the court instf tod the
jury to bring It a verdict for defend-
an d jAttorneys for plaintiff accepted,
but took noneuit.
In this case Attorneys W. C. Broome

plaintiff, while Attorney Rivers ap-W.
poured or t. Neal, defendant.
There are a great many Harrsoes on

the docket, many of which were dis-
posed of by continuance or nol process
Monday. Among the cases yet to
come np for consideration there are
seven for murder and many others.
for various criminal offenses.
During the session of the court W.o
M. ThomPrs was arraigned upon al
charge of attempting to bribe a juror,
noand pleaded not ilby. eo. R. ills, N. W.

The court adjourned until this
At the aftnoon thdist Churchase of .
Presiding Elder . EstBridges of the
asnesville wastrctken up. JChurchy was

South, delivered a most interesting
sermon at the First Methodist church
Sunday evening, and the congregation
was a good one, notwithstanding the
inclemency of the weather.
JMr. Bridges i a preacher of elo-f
quntce and pleas for paintiffg addreptss and
never fails to attract good congrega-
tionsd W. W. ampton represented the
There are a great mand brcasew* on
potted of by continuane or dol abous se
months olday. Among the cases yet to
come up for consideration there are

seven for murder and many others

During trouble prsession of the mindcourt W.
M. Thos. was arraigned upoheern a.
charge of attempting to bribe a Juror.

and pleaded not guilty.

The court adjourned until ithis

Mr. Bridges I a preacher of thelo-

*'iW *w- eek k;.lnv.- ie.

. Poeret BLOCK


Fire, Life and Accident ni



Congressman Frank Clark has re-
turned from a business trip to Jack-
R. H. Doke of Trenton is in the
city. He made The Sun an appre-
ciated call yesterday.
W. C.'and Arch Hague of" Hague,
npd J. L Hague of Tyler, were amopg
those who spent yesterday in this

Col. Robt.

the prominent Ocalans
at the Brown House are
A. Burford and Chas. V.

W. F. Grissom and Captain J. A.
Tucker of Rochelle were among those
Who visited the county capital yes-
J. M. Everett and daughter, Miss
Nora, and Miss Lizie Collins, all of
Donnie, are visiting the city, Mr.
iveyrtt 1,t etxensively engaged in the
eross-tie business.
Wallace Waters and Forrest Whit-
ing have returned "fom Simonton,
where they have been for the pat
few days on a visit to the former's
father, W. T. Waters.
Rev. Those. P. Hay of the First
Presbyterian church left yesterday
for Columbia, 8. C., where he goes
at attend the annual meeting of the
board of directors of the The6logical
Seminary, of which he fs a member.
He will be absent several days.

consider Paxthn Toet Antdapie a
necessity in the hygienic care of the
person and for local treatment of
feminine ills. AAs a wash its
germicidal, deodoriin and healing
quaties e ext ary. For sale
atDru its.Sample hie. Address
The R. Pxtoa Co.* Bston Mama

Miss N. Nori

Noielties,' Books, Stationerj
Souvenirs, Sheet Pictures
and Picture Frames,, ,,

206 East Liberty Street.

0000 BREAD

And keepsone relieved o' :.A* :.Ai
Ot-nB'" which heavy, so tj sox .
bound to create.
It youdonotkeep rood. )w:.o:,)'-' 3MM
on your table, for it i male 're- e.e--"
sad delivered at,your door ,)
PhMM 1I6. R. T. StHAFEK. Prts


Electrical Supplies1

Axcy ftr loeadlR BIcycle- ir1
die prptly. Electril'al "r
of all kind-.

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from one pfenerat : t avit

6l (I f trt"gtAo ntl aftctons, tf '
ls that is "bred inte s b1
trMeoof the trouble re:fl(), tI

ieet entire health anu .riwre t
Iof it,#Of Scrofula are enlair'-c
tumorsaboat omatt- and b e dis c:fr. s

e t^ [oat kin disease, e. s, n aiti
te 8 Y attacks the bones,
pallid appearanc.-e c)f the s
of ffections, show it:at the aii

tetite frcn be. d ith a remedy that 1uii .t
tenghtth Atd nomn ld t It id have received from thi p,! ,, S.s.
is the bestof all blod rifie d the greatest of all tonics a: is
the ideal rm&edy for r l. 8. 8.0. 5etbches out and destr,)s '
tlnts and pe s, 9ives strettth, riane sand vigor to th e i," ., :i
ScrofulaperlauenUtly. It'o thoroghlMy removesthe troublefr,
that ao*igns of It are ever Men again, and posterity is started `tu'i''
wltV.a cleanrpu bloodoupply, which is their rightful inherit .
While thorough, is getlein its action, and the healing vegeta.' :. S.
which compose it build up every part of the system. Boo:
admd dvice TE SW SPECIFIC CO., A:LA:,I .

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l- dWold "

W.t Wt iatq YI.n ,

arternooll but e
st reach msvf I f uM L Sid had not bee n 0 d t
w those co Mine to
or afoute year aN atW h

id hbe nboeen on to attendl tt
tof circuit court er.hew trouht

u tragedy cost a hani U te h
s and according to the v eritA t of
jsrW, Samuiel SapP. a young irite
r of the Newber ry dlthft who
said had not been Ot friendly
with deceased tof some time,
the murderer.
Wg Log married a sister of
About fiAve years ango, at which
t is said the event created the
bitgure of the Sappt family, who
never been on too IntitOe terMs
n the Longs.
S was loaded His V ck tihot,
iOB Is a farmer, cultivatUtILa rop
ittbree miles from NOwberry.
Friday afternoon, af t he rst as
g to hbi home in a buggy, accom-
by hi brotheram odnek, whihLong,
Wam the only eye witness gutslde
l have producepalit is stated thdeath.Sapp
Svaicting by the sideof the road be-
l big tree, and when theook eect
opposite stepped out, command
Used to halt, with the nforatiok.
Sthe time he leveled a double-
the bgunggy, and pulled the trigger.
Sas loaded with buckwor. He shot
l the contents of the first brrld a
ie Graham Long'e arm of Graeck, which
||d have produced Instant death.
Victim' fell from then tob and
Sabe did a second load took effect
his side.

Sduirectld Buggy at hims but the shotsrk.
the meantime Levy Long had
the buggy, and was usihg the
e tA all haste Le worypp He saw
U deliberately "break" hb gun and
d the rrpece, where h e fired a
ihot Into the helplessly. J vc ,
std retched upon the ground. This
Spenetra of the t arm of Graham
r who was then dead, when Leyy,
9hig the danger, began to run.
Sret ratings and the witness stated
I Stpp donlyarged the other 4ar-
directly at hime but the sdhot
wild, and he was uninjured.
Atpll haste Levy Sapp proceed
bwberry, where be informed tOe an.
atly aof the tragedy. JuW Ie pp
Iderson em panelled a coreroner
Sand returneand with the i to

, ou at the hWe at nd, whof

Sn. and are well knewa


LOYed a Moot UOM Tesm.
Closing Exerlme
einig e:ereNes of Uniam
y which began last Thurngy
are inded interestta. Stand-
Jar !ihbt In the large spa
iHall w" t a preaiass.m
will close tosght with
of the Sixth sad O-
IP1A. O_ account of sating
th', mmeceet eMer-
r,. annone, to be ed
% os Hall. have be"
Swd l bU e at the Mt. ee
f haeth am Pleasat seet.
Om* have bisa V 0s 8
att" y of the N

Wil blo w e

to. wba blee
^*o 0'v0 II .lf


ree YwhMp5SS

Baird, H'dware


SPhne 7.


Night Trains Between Jacksonville
and 1(. Petersburg- Are Taken Off.
The night trains over the Atlantic
Coast Line between Jacksonville and
'IA. Peterbburg, known at Nos. 37 and
38, which have been successfully
operated during tne season just closed,.
have been annulled for the summer,
the last train leaving Jacksonville
Sunday and St. Petersburg Monday.
This service has proved very con-
venient to the traveling public, and
the night trains will be missed.
Nothing more has been said in ref-
erence to the tfain which it was ru.
mored would be placed in commission
between Ocala and Jacksonville, mak-
ing a round trip each day. This train
would not only 'prove a great conven-
ience to patrons along the line, but
it is the opinion of the conservative
railroad man that it would prove a
money-maker. It is hoped that the
service .will be inaugurated.
Following the annulment of Trains 37
and 38, it is rumored that a through
fast express between Jacksonville and
St. Petersburg will be Inaugurated to
handle the enormous movement of
perishable freight which has hereto-,
fore been handled by the night
The opening of spring reminds the
prudent man and woman that it is
time to get'rid of the accumulations
of the winter season. The body de-
mands It as the price of comfort and
health. In old times the spring was the
season for strong physicking, and he.
rolo were 4he measures often taken.
Nowadays the prudent at this time of
the year take a mild but effective pro-
scription such as % fluNd BMtra
of Buchu, 1 os. Bulso Mixture, % oa.I
Fluid Extract Gentian Compound and
15 oss. water. Thtis, taken in doees of
a tablespoooful three times a day, be-
fore meals, is said to do the work far
better than the drastic drugs of old
and is vastly more pleasant. The pWre
sertption can be put up by any good
pharmacy at mall cost.

Asks Re-Organizatlen.
Chicago, May 6.- bill was Bat-
Wr Cook county by which the Chicago
Real Estate Loan and Trust company
asks a re-organatalon of the Corn
Products company, aKaa receiver for
the plants of that company situated is
the state of [llaole. /

Quake Pelt in Malage.
Madrid, May 6.-A telegram from
Malage reports that sa eartigpake,
whih lasted 17 seconds, wa, felt
there Thrday.
sa aIJ 1L II II 1 Ia~ssss

a a


eDan4 -^C^.' B ll0 'female-"
S.l an T Ott trouble tu-d

WA A. .E" TB.v ,. ,. medicines without obtalrlin I
hi Wine of Cardul, a golden m 1

a nesvi ti ~N ~an recommend it above all o
Walking to k %Wereitl-W t I
mored ne Wamshe Married !. Ca ,u- furnishes safe relief for backache, h
Within onl hours ntio
would beconW ro, whit. asN C c pains, Irregular, painful or unhealthy' j

was run do b a-"lO 1141 le i tt flow, and all alitents from which sick
snger abot4t r -ne o $" ". .A perfect tonic for, delicate women. A

etger states t b d fle ~ lIclne for girls and women who are sub
city limits, 6naday morvis atl on, ,
early hour. sad th1es8cidet mayr wt ; to complaints peculiar to their sex. Has benefit
him his life. '
The pilot at the enine struck tl 'a M lion who used to.suffer as you do.
man's head, Whph idlcat that t itRery dru store, in ,.00 bottles.
was evidently sleep on the edge of&b
the track. .ws hurled sevwal A .mT. 'I WF A f I
feet, sustaining otht serious Injurie", i I"
it is reported, a was taken aboard AI M
the train., bela coveyed to the hob*
pital of the' tlalnto Coast Line at
Waycross, .m ,
Very little I-known, or cobNd 1 '
learned, of thi mysterious man, SatAd
the accident. which was equally *m1
terious. It Is aid teat he is a carpe.
ter employed b. the'Atlantic Voast
Line, and th@a o ame to Gainesville -,
early Saturday, Ovenlatg. It Is ft Z; *,t
their stated that he was to have beo E E. M GA
married to a lady at Hague, ten Milese MO f I A fell ttlfoishe lag s I
north of the city, Sunday afternoon. abft ? OrF tanaer 1614tt oonf nye an a*
but there is one thing sure, the ils- tdhl lth a m 1 U.
fortune which befell him will have
a tendency to delay this solemn 0ere
mony indefinttely, for the man 1 I Is '
said to be in a precarious condition. IRs. AOO. s AND ITY IMaCAHO.
Nothing Is known of the movement Ntah W dd aS1l1 i li1h e1omnaae .
of the man after midnight, but It Is* .. A- LOA .
supposed that, becoming tired of wait. G*.3'l 5 5 Flo2'dL )^
Ing for the train, he decided to walk ...
to Hague. and when a short distance lAS. M. i ts A, Wel0l|e l H. 3. TAYLOR, XC. A ie '
out lay down'to rest and went to Urn. W. taM VIeo-Puident iiOau.Ax. Aut. so msler
sleep. AMo L .1 M

Breath Hyomel's Healing Air stand All
Irritation Will Se Quickly Cured.---
The most rotating and annoying U T T
form of cough Is that tenred broachi
al. People subct to bronchial troub. Lp tl. *......'* ,0S... *
les whenever thIre s a change In the Surplus00It ....... .... ..
weather or they are exposed to a I o
draft will "astch" a bronchial cough, IsMS NP Oi Tealadg A pO t ht
which is very disagreeable, irritating
and annoulng.
Bronchial troubles cannot bo cured
by stomach dosing.* The medicatel
air of Hy-o-ae is the only treatment
that reaches the affected parts and
gives re ef and cure. It destroyed all
the disemas germs that are present a F. DUTTC
in the nose, throat and lungs, sooUthe
and 'rplides the irritated muoous
membrane In all parts of the bronchal
tubes and quickly overcomes the lrE
rltatiou. .'. ,
Bronchlis to reaUy an Ina$ameas ........
of the mu s mmbrane lnt the .
eft pan&r and Is purely a local Oif
mease. so that it neods a bo-al treat e a
meant like that afforded by By-oel. ,
ff there any doubt In yw M fla a
as to the power of Hy-omel to core
bronchial tr&ables so that the system Dehe.a sM le rai
wil rI4st e tlh ahnd eSol4s the u, s _*___ _s __
dsu "w y yo which It ies by e.
W. McCofta should dispel that de .t s -s
He agroewe to refund the r e to,
any vpareh r of Hy-o-ael wo ol sot
perfootly -tisOed with the regu3t ftl* l
low the doW of the reoaoy.
ftkes'All tM'risk and I fe Nedmy
does 04, you It d"e 4 noto
a pscn> wt it it caws, the eso"" i
Is oaioalM or a complete yIMl
Opt bo aom fat onlyh. I

610Ath Annual Meeting.
Waahlaste. May 6--the Asset.
can Therapeuic wdoity bowa Itt
eightb #Animal mf-'&iag h lefeturay,
anw will oginlp, CIts we", W"
Tue~ysda vumirxwhen It WMm be
brovught 15~ k oe by a ecoiVnpInegkvM
4impr by 00 !ocal nsewhev of 'th
orrududie*. The foooeatat the
awmeeting "Y Was, the aiy.by
the moiktj prealdet. ii.'3.
Heymr 0 of washlW 0. Ms ebe
jon bdsg WciYeaToIs 60 n
twos of tl01 .".. 1-1

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..l'aoe lls olas e m onthe
Sbtiit~ f It nm other
e today, asl In fuMltreue.

vrat i uanmtt of toorin
'*dit o$ thIs alboomna
#ss oocaeMned by tbf ev

Swanew ille b employ a rente
B p.,eat qltiIb eeof toe

i over from other points
li bent F entire To adhi
rite houmhold the demand.
Wle employ a large
.t g' aa d awl ecessarily


o Never Had Sliltphr In Suoh
Convenient Perm as This.
gr grandmother used Sulphur as
iorite household remedy, and
.her prpdmiother. Sulphur has
#rins skin and blood diseases
'andrd years.
B the old days they had to take
sulphur. Now HANCOCK'S
SULPHUR gives it to you in
possible form and you get

INT NT, quickly cure Ec-
Ttter, Sait Rheum and all
It cured an ugly ulcer
Ann W. WIllett. of Washing-
C., In three ays.
Statemnaly. It porlfes the
ando elars the complexion.
644t alc It. I
Booklet free, If you write


n14otor seeman Has Employed a
fve of Twenty0lve ea *wer.
labot problem on the 4eweaget
seems at last to have been
after months of worry In an
tor0 to overcome It. Cotractor
who has the work In charge,
ered 110no nd of fhoomvmalaee
on account of his ltabUlty
sufficient labor. but the a t
been reinedild now, Mr. eM
livag employed a force at
YCfv Oreeks who will be on the
the future until finished.
Greeks have been employed
fishing on the Gulf cog t,
quarters ta Tarpon Springs.
ason having closed, many of
*ks left Tarpon for various
the above force having decided
hqre "

SIf You Don't
the irst time use Herblne
INS et instant relief. The
,I.wr regulator. A positrve
|B kj Dyapepala. Mna.
ad )i liver complaints.


I .1~ --


North Gainesville Soolety Entertained
Two Oletngulshed Visitors.
The Christian Eudoavr Society of
North Galnesville has been highly
honored during the month Just past.
irrt with a visit from State Union
President, Rev. Ja. P. WinnWrd of
Tampa, who stopped over April 8,
on his ,ay to Preebytery at DeLand,
from State C. V. Convention at Iake'
City. He delighted a large audience
at the hall witf an up-to-date Chris-
tian Endeavor talk, which was fol-
lowed by a sooal hour and refresh-
ments. ,Mr. Wimnard was entertained

wat. tehO oa declared theat th
A i0an soliW ad other s-
tkfa# tor *l official r4116 was
.eant wi beitafter be treated
4M E ua fa lota as thoeot other
astt0ona. Altother Amgricea 4e^> .
are iooe sad al the tolb
a complete olUtlon of the o tA
wi1h (-,t eSlted b the
Amerioa repMreentatlves and
the porte tor thrte years se to ba,
beta reached.


Parents W(t to Dance ad Looked
STherg in House.
W4a Braneh, ;llet., May #.-4oWr
small childra were burned to death
friday .aigt in the home of Martin
Campbell, I milps from bhee.
Mr. ad4 Mrs. Campbell went to a
dance ad locked their six children In
the house.
The parents left a. big Are In the
stove, and Ian,sofe manner this IaSt-
ed house, whib was &stroyed.
.The two oldest ebildret eeOaped la
their iaght clothes.,

Stop Grumbling.
it YOU guer from Rheuatto sm or
pains, for Ballard'a Snow Lnalment
wll bring quick relief. It Is a'sure
oret for Sprains, Rheumatism. Con-
tiieted Mucle and all pains--nd
n he rach of all. Price iS,
i $1.00. C. R. Smith, Tonahba Tex..
writes: "I have used Ballard's Snow
Liniment In. my family for years and
have found it a fine remedy for all
pains and aches. I recommend It for
pains 'in the chest." Sold by W. M.
World's Parliament of Journalists.
Berlin, -May 6--4t Is understood
hbore that it is the'Intention of the
Itlngarlan government to invite a
6ort of world's parliament of jour-
mnrsts from Great Britain, 'AmtiIca
and all continental co sntries to pIr-
tielpate in the festivities at Blutw
psat In September In celebration o
the fortieth anniversary of the oornO-m
rttlon of Emperor' Prapoli Joseph as
gkg of Hungary. %-

With its companions, heart burn.

by Henry Ramsey nd family while faalene, torpidity of the liver, con-
her great honor the v tipation, palpitation of the heart,
Another great honor wa the ilt poor blood, headache and other ner-
among us of the State Union Becre-vous symptoms, sallow skin, foul
tary, Mis Orace A. Towtanwd, form- tongue, offensive breath and a legion
early of Avon Park but now of Inter-' of other ailments, is at once the most1
lachen. Our "little Upcretary," though widespread and detective malady
trail of body, is strong In faith and among the American people. The Her-
courage, and her Indomitable spibitne treatment will cur all there

has overcome all obstacles, and ner
work for the Master is her life.
Mrs. H. W. Bruce was her hostess,
and Mrs. J. D, Turner added greatly
to her enjoyment by giving the serv-
eies of her horse and baggy. Miss
Townsend was delighted, with all

Lightning Struck Farmer.
Flowery Branch. Ga., May S.-Jim
Pope, a farmer who lives a few miles
from this pisce, wa struck by light-
ning at a late hour Friday afternoon.
and probably fatally Injured. Two
Sules he was delving were tIstantly
kUe11. The bolt also struck Mr.
Popes young son. but he miraculoea-
ly e qaped serious injury, although
Me of his shoe, was torn to shreds.
Masen Postoffice Shows ig Increase.
Maeoa, (G.. May 6.-An Increase
et alamt two thousand dollars over
the April of last 3oa: has been made
by the Macon post:offi. and the nem-
ployees are making in.rry over break-
ing the record., 8ince lalt summer
the receipts at the local beadquar-
ters of Uncle San' have bees golng
above the fgures of last y)sr. sad the
ladicastos are that them will be so
let-up Ia the good figures.
Wate Brignne Mesty SBeek.
Coastantinople. May-4.---'The Brtt
Msh embasy Uaa lodge a elaiu with
the port* for tAhe re- 1 e Sat of
the $.Oe0 rase pd to the but-.
gad whe ab" tedas the Abbest *WM.
1-atpe st

troubles. 560 bottle. Bold

by W. M.

When O.%gon Was In the S2tanes,
Thiere bt no boundary In* the vworld
of greater politicalI liportaune than
Mhe forty -ninth parallel which dlvkloo
C'anadla from the United States. IN'en
this Wnrdn~ry wax under dlaseaaion.
the Pacific roas'trarn almost inacce..ul-
ble. an." thernivnership ot Oregon. Dow
a state or % ItotI ealthwilth oi lerit
eitiesawuda teoiiiing population, was
In the hn~incv. The matter was met-
tled 13' the rej ultof Caipta in Tempi%.
a brother of L~ord Palmncrfton. who
wrote to the admiralty 'Ibat the c-oun-
try warn not worth a cues because the
salmon, would not .ke a fly."-jia-
cheat"r Chrowicle.0

nequite the Mo Mse MeuAtlIeade m
Did 3rou ever see a roeebuqh -.vbleb-
despite the moe0t benefieent envW1renmwt
of Poi-of eun~binie-.an4 of &mito.'her
-Pu'nvtd rwver to acebeW a h -althy
A torn of mtnriunwill nt tlpicip Tlant
that hao a banker eating w*t tlis heart.
94-1 zmWt dootm ve t u* a be fore you
an remove the effot.
Uces Ci'Y1 rt'bir ogT)a,.sh I--~:s ~J
wTabb~ng in vau".ltm. efe.
Tell rw-' !?11-4 t to ra:# t.4 e*t',
trotzbl-1A14 a sC rt1!at tl^ tt .
yva whith 04,a IsesSto f,411 out
Nowtw'sWe InrreM* 6agU*t', *tera.
*g badty bstetr is ~the 4t
964bid y 1AM. -,v

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WOW IER, .sol

* 1. 4.4j~~

4 -4 V"thueumatlam, writes
a~to~es S~G Isrinslpat dea of pain.
*Wi u adumed to tu a'wosJnme-nt, which
coaftr ghe SoofeIT ISTHl3
G3572T I XVZR JUM; have rec.
WP!654 1"t aberl SuUs1al press
themseves ~3g ~mi It-pySt now walk
withut r~kW Sa a~ blepafom a great

50.3WAnD $1.00
aTll u&A

.5lb' OLD U

M. 3OfJs 0

The Way Maesachusetts Preotetqd
Against Them In In.I
The following protest signed by Jo.
Endicott, governor; Thos. )udley, dep-
uty governor; tichard lqelltnghha,
Richard Saltonstali Increase Nowell,
William Hibblus, Thos. Flint, Rob.
Brkldges and Simon Bradstreet was
published In Massaclwsetts in 1649:,
"Protest, against wearing long hair,
of the 'governor, etc., of Massacbu-
'Toragmuch as the wearing of long
hair, after the manner of Russians and
barbarous Indians, has, begun to In-
vade New England, contrary to the
rule of God's word, which says it is a
shame for man to wear long hair, as
also the commendable custom gener-
ally of all the godly of all our nation,
until within these few years:
"We, the magistrates,,who have sign-
ed this paper, for the chewing of our
own lunoceney In this behalf do de
elare and manifest our dislike and dte-
testation against the wearing of such
long hair, as against a thing uncivil
and unmanly, whereby men doe.de-
fonme themselves and offend sober and
aioBeqt men and doe corrupt good vman-
ners. We doe therefore eaineiatly Jn-
treat all the elders of this Jurisdiction,
as often as they shall see cause, to
manifest their seal against It hI their
public administrations, and to take
care that the-members of their reapec-
tilv churches be not defiled therewith;
that so, such nas prove obstinate, and
will not reform themselves, may have
God and man to witness against thea.
The third month 10th day, 1649."1

The Fiendlike Lilith Was a Complete
Matrimonial Pailure
Whether Lilith was one of the fe-
male creations of chapter 1 or a demon
or something between the two, she
was. considered matrimonially, a com-
plete failure. She was expelled after
living with Adam for 180 years and
subsequently became the wife of Sa-
tan. by whom she was the mother of
the Jinas, so familiar in Persian fairy
The emphatic remark of Adam when
he frst maw Eve, "This Is now bone of
my bones and flesh of my flesh."
makes, It is suggested, a comparison
between Eve and the beautiful but
flendllke I.llth not complimentary to
the latter, while the reference on the
With of Seth to him as Adam's son
"*I his own likitfes. ar hist Inaes."
-eoveys a painful hint WY the uncanny
eOlprtng born to Adam and LiUlthL
Perhaps in revenge for this LUlth-
the name occur translated "night
Imoat*r" in Ilsiah xxiv-became the
worn foe of little ehldren, whom she
we wont to strangle with one of ber
glorious grllen halr unless the watch
eles of their mothers drove her
It has Intded been gravely heg.
Msted by an etymologist greatly dat.
lag that our word "lltabysh to simply
a corruption of "LUla. abr!" (Iit1,
vVmnt.) which mothers ad ierWes
wedM croon over the crallee or witO
en te Goopot-t. Jame att

Mea, Att6WUo--Be wtae; ei4 'or
sa "e boeOif-t0es 0 ,t, 1be
1 6h ON 0t4elre Its 1614

AlalM a County Abstrct

PMrry M. Colson. Pres: J. W I:.:r '.
Pris.: B. B. Colson. See -TrtNa.
Wedo an eueluaive Ah trset tuii.
nees, with facilities for im n-rti Fc il
Iaformition concerning thet lile rf
au sod all lands in AlPchniw cocrty.
Al, business tranacted p.romrrtlv

UnirWsity Barber Shop
SAM iILMORE, 'rop.

Opposite Fire Station.

For Whites 0Oly.



T UOwri6 work of all kti, executed
ProseMPt iad a i up-to-date Irrt.er
NotinM but first-class woru~u e.-
A share of te publlo patronage ocIed.

20S I.X I1S t. .
Oppe ite 1'.0.

and all ki 's of
S* Ofle F urv tor1e
D made l tOort rr
0 0 factory ..p r
)tatlfncti'> t0r a oa"
a t, ed t ard
ee deSr-


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P ;yipart of U
or cests ~

~.grion as ~ e LItd

weekek ,;un IS aaJwhtt.fP"Op ?
pper. Publishl eed y Mir doun .
and contAMall' 11 te me" 6of'tb6
bmcl, state and geMM4 ~. J49 iri
p,,age free, to &4 Isjt at tk ntd

ct igbills bewom 4"~tu6U
incontract, PartinhMt
Moretd to pay for a4vwIt,10*# 4 .
Addrew, TUX DA&* JIM. '

.L40uis man Vproposd St M*h
lad was married ber.We #IE.6R
suteinei~t am -to the born4.
Nred willbe WelcoOfOS

lte Reese elt-Taft Vprogr am bupd
grywhat a devil of a fix tlit
~rlofficeholdero will, be In that
buried their bridge@ behind

A.epresefltativeHWrinA* havtn
hout before a Washigton JuMy is
ion his way to Oremo to tempt
Switch a jury that knows him *'fen

public square in Tokfbo ha been
after President Rooserelt
is the reward for the timely in-
ce in the San Francisco school

Secretary Loeb* really becomes
'nt of a railroad company as
now has it that he may, his
on control may undergo some
reactionaries in Russia are call-
br a dictator and the reactionaries
l United States are calling for
Sone to supersede the dictator
tb troubling them.
Department of Labor announces
living expenses are higher than
ha;. been before in twenty
Sliut neglectfully enough it fails
mecst any remedy.
t allowing from the political
0- o Ohio is caused by the ox of
SR ultiican factions being gored
thL crowning Is being done by
pl)mocratie roosters.
p llr [Day says that a bad
cMurd him of the smoking habit
fi a d -fective fefurnace would
Shm rf the hot air habit? It
be* urth trying.
for Pr(,rose snooked around the
'J. o1ice tome days before
Ord the lion in his den"' and
:,, :;'ople were disappoint-
ht t.. i td 't have to seek his
lath>.. .,.
Britain has just disposed of
ti, h:. rind cruisers at bar.
'i e *ng about ive per cent
r t The mbdern warship
to build, expenlve to
Irl *['..i in and worth cor-
S' 1;i'g after a few years
'r:-trnj'fsince itscreatiOB,
"" Crnmlssto met last
t ..'..:'.ton and Is now e-
'/i* '* ut plans for a com-
-t',n- ( waterways and
o, I river control
,ui)'rvisrIo akin In
S deal system of
', !"'''; put Inlt po
It is an lBmms
:' .-' 'r reachin th
* c r' fact ta o -eM
t"t, the com.ss
4'4 to settIe o a gM.
Sd*elopimeB t ha
a_ y 1 b s i
S WIxtt a- q-
IW t tht t atft asI
Af b lag 0 b v s
to tt t cnt ' s


fune.beh% .;d~~lw.~~
~~yarWS number ~ h7W1e

bin'atten dauftm tei1
00e wedding dv iad gt*oeti4i#
1, O& tAOt ~Utot OCt ld1tiYjinp abow~ agtM bt-*W46, ~of Sb
i~ftd ta~smarshals sud ins gthe sanae I* g In, au we~ll
at4J ipvecus t3olllOetoMsuggestions Wto ~britdama~ids 40
a~ lt~ieethe host-of malds of bonae'j The GC&lsLetterN,
takt~g all aetv~* part Mt fr**i
bskplOW %e dishMIssfrom lectfi.et f a i~ and will IM-
v are not knowu -to doubt lv yjpo"'he~ptal )othe girl
t~ he~*i~cI @~~fli~ofwith moderate misihs wllk Wish.
4rn~1~ Mt el fca ,ftionm TO spend sen sibii bff allowance O wt i
&tbs Fair- pose. ldasol' brAldalustbeems
~ 04aoon,'SW~awers, and anniv*-r P'v dinnmers as&W'B

t& ..tati. t s. especily in this issue. A"ot erllusliat* .tah.
6tqa, s eantilstration has gone ion article is voted to the disease in' *
so 4 a to wmnd bla officials from of Jumper fasoals, WhV h will. without
. Was"ington t admonish the office- doubt, occupy the most mnportnt
l ldrs. that tleir heads will fall Into place in summer wardrobes.
Sthe xecutioner's aaket, before Me M--th-. "
Send .of the year, if they are found al- Secretary of the rt t '
Itdwt "osaoS" secretary Nfilson ofthe Departmea
liod with th) "conspirators." Mr. of Agriculture ha btdr going a11 s "
Hlthoe^k," first assistant postmaster I
t general, who has, Jaust returned the colleges and tellng of the this
sm a tr, hisepartienthas41. fand to doing-EN
W"hington from such a trip, stated e M t
to have had "a long conference at he are h ang them the
the White House before he went investigation it bas bsen making of
aw to suchNl6n. went the possibilities of alcohol as a source rti. 81I
"ore the Preu ident has bldof light. heat.'ad power. The See.
s, mfore the dent has held tary may b rdned perhaps for QU .

lle na ed n Teir Agriculture int ane of the most imh bo .
Son Tle enaaed in their ofet He has develoot't Departen'tat of '
duties, 'but under the exigency of the Agriculture in of the most I
portant departments. of the Govern*u W handle
t1tioal fights within the Republi caW bVauelul wth oen i
A meat, because ,Nt as with. so many .RICES.
:ranks, such q~vlservice reform I- subjects that egg. closely in touch
tons have been thrown to the winds withthe daily t ic thepople. Hel t
mad in place thereof in area of Et ra Is enthusiastic t. t Ve poMlb411U -
ticUl politics" has been installed. In the alcohol i ulnu .e i
I1of : the alcohol i his "thuslasna
New York and Ohio, which appearowolhyeofeca yA"ldHeuseo t O t~
to be centers of Republican Political the things he lpllhed i the
disturbance, some aluke-warm federal s
office-holders have already "walkedthe wood upply NO Is moI I I
the plank" and others more subser
t been po tin sigh t and thI the coal sup
pilMe. It Is said that the President ply does n, I n0,#-Ots ,i&" to
Is even urging Secretary Taft to leave it.l he hds
the multitudious duties of the War can and will be bp d by the farm-
Deiprtment and undertake a speech- t from his nsUal yops and frotme pa
maritak and handshaking tour of crops raised espeaily for the put
Ohio to head off the pestiferous For- ise. He says t oa tloot Impovtr-
ker i his mob asiingat faore alarm foilshinl the tarra, -for le0h I s' noted ai
activity Repubelieve that enough alcohol to ward-off cold and I I
ThMr.ose R republican t he only present hat starvation from be ieuatry for aI
Mr. Ro of the ountr y preshould watch ent definite period. All o this s heea
Svious of the countryshoud watch news for the fahw"er apd equally good
their local federal officials and for the pefomle At large.ce ton a
promptly report to the White House by for the ole t lrge. keo on
wire or otherwise, any signs of dere- ''if -V.Rat- fto
liction on their part from faithful We are still waiting for John Weo* t.
service to the Roosevelt faction. ley Gaines to gDny that he is a Goro1. Jacksonville for t
Democrats who believe that such per. pv editor with Resub.lcn third tr cent a lle for dt
nicibus activity on the part of fed.-. i'o iin ly 'low"etea
eral office-holder, leads to the per. limit toJ ly th
petuation of the party in power, RO limit to July th
should call the attention of their Re- ticket with Speolh
publican neighbors to the merits ofe cents at i eAMof
true civil service reform and urgeU
them to aid in suppressing such fa- For full rinfo
grant atfmpts to control their votqs W Wite or call on
and political freedom. a

Virginia is the latest State to regs-
late .railroad passenger rates. The ANys3 -sse .ulo*s. Is,
State corporation commission has de. f g
creed that a maximum rate of 2 cents 'At
a mile be established on all the large. s M ,
railroads operating in the State anda f e e nd s.fs
on the less important roads from 2% ri mtsr w t u
to 3% cents a mile, according to their braes bi t
n6t earnings. In relation to the re- boo
duction of freleht rates the commis- W. y .
WIon holds that' the railroads should g a sserar a .
operate under a uniform classification. io;gl*
as for the time being, at least, it oB a. S SWere. fs I Address
spiders the matter of fright facilities is. lel" o a tk
superior In Importance to the matter W, s. eume. Drill, or
of treight rates. This conservative W ..J.bs,. _Dr__gg_ ,
action by the Democratic State of VI-
gtnia shows that the Democratic party
the people and at the same tOane APU DIN E d
may be relied upon to protect
just and fair to the corporations. C UREW WW"S0,
Does your whikey taste any purer "Nade NewF of
since Secretary Bonaparte described W-C Is! JIM 064 am
offlially what is good, better and .....
best? _M Qa U
BtAT or Oaso. Crry or Toeno; r. .s q, r' iO v" 44.u
LvCAS COUNTY. tfmS mrnoJU -eS
Prank J. Chemwy make oath that g~o. es*a tldebei.
be Is senior patner of th irm oft k
F. J. Chesey & Ce., doing bWsness b mr.,. 1
in the City of Tbiedo, County and 1a1 et ef or 3 W1 -
8tate aforesaid. and that said rm will -
.&%-- #ft, 'A.A

he swum o OT aw Rad e Doamru
each and evety cae of Catarwb
that amanot be cred by the use od
Iawos Catarrh Cwr
warn to before sad subeca be
I y presence, this 4th day of Deo
*rl. A. D. MI.L
( L) t'ryP blc.
gtgs Catarrbt CUM kI taba to-
hm*.d ead sets directly onm the blood
-I M-B- are-tf the system.

raougor Agen,

When the genuine is bottled yOUtt
.ideal drink of Coca-Cola,7l..
that served at any fountain.. Just
actly the proper amount of the
Cola syrup is used; just the proper
carg *se sed to carbonate the water. The
sparkle, flavor and purity is all there, because
only the iursst distilled water is used with the
genune -Cola In sterilized bottles. Keep
R alwa ya your refrigerator, and drink
_"the 3otled article wherever you go

laeksaville Coca-Cola Bottling ComNi

Retalers and Jobbers nto

d Fancy Groceries,

irdin ue and Fertlizrs,
Said tor (OBea. Esp and other P6dFaee J

cows, Ofwhi L8ma al, WotwsaI
4 Ar UST goods at the LO
"d &ON"" ilsts"100on 4a"ww.

Lrn d, Ya.,
x. -^ : -'

30th o to *ue 3rd



[a d~uyfro~m us 6~8Oh n
)r thSoo~~ 1 ~ f~
the round trip, orvfrualt~s

frwo All poluta. n.on
can be obtained ~4petb
&I Agent and payment of t
'inatlon and Pizliinn rewmw""6
AtlantiocOoaat Lne, J89)o.1


Afir Line Railway


Two ikat Troin Dasly

Mo er' Pulm n' '
Modern Pullman Eq
'____* ,*"'^ r ,\ **'

The Jamestown Ex

Norfolk, Va.


* ~;'i

IwluoTicko;* s gh Dafy.

Per 1too hfeuslmaOd eew a"si 013 my AV
S.bcdow dl
4M 0Ao





~Ith4 e m~row

yds rago
40do. the

6319 w lis at

B at oe ad Chish re ad .

itd trbtrstIpesand is-
| nr toeur~n.et malthe
|pionrii a orali Wai

Sit lao e te for the v-
oiethhbt n e re wi er. .o

aTheureity, sayslthe
tn f On op ening l b

stifs toall upg"Jos," e -
an Inmts dmecl is

theea foll e olel aoralo
er nf9ames asscris oae

Ib enos 1auer t"l"t n
*4ar Uttto "In as0t, the

torviellgo a o atSnr had

SJDb, ameand arhltrate adlar
ft a te 1 S. iWeniA? sae.
t for isaauwkoe ti g
ti I ri&.I .e t thet Tl
atnwetoea the aaed*

lcitt name a t eas aha

A,, 'A ihting '
yo* craea hs
aut ianO. No oetinp te
m:h v aee s vse tone ton er

tdjftrat c wau haM ar In

itit, gait blur fl~fo em,
tttOWin msit a IghteNagr i
He polrtlo~ of thseresfte .-

Hie little Joke.
Wred arn a lthoit Ie
iarvry isoem alL t it lee ta
Sardines e lpea -We tyh n>e
Fbut nime at paacet ""! r

r a SOt eNo t6wiereIt bet
No llow nms ar~wa
ewom CtBl am "ood7 isa

a sam the Uttle fellow, diap-
IF th seems to be a hot croes
Weomeans Home Compantes.

r ,


'Tbi Retort.
S^sert which a "dua ete
a m-ie: Profeasor-YTo eeem
7 dim Whe Al~Aando the

wgpa L a.ss

itru. Dmu -

A4 J% erfiewad City.
In Oala"l-, t Aktrian Poland, there
Is a remartab, janderground city.
which has pupalation of over 1,000
men, wm4 saod ekildren, 4corM of
W6o have a" n* aean the tight of
day. It s know uas the City of Salt
Mines ad ,I Mituated several blundred
feet belobt the earth's surfat. 0t has
Its town hall, theater and aa-mbly
room.as well as a beanUtful chureh,
d4eorate with ,statues, 01 beigf'tash.
IoWd from te pure crystallized rock
alt. It has well radpd streets and
spacious equares lighted with e*le-
tricty. There are numerous Instances
In this underground city where not a
sntgloe 'dlvidual In three or towr sue-
essive eoarations has ever sees the
saun or has any Idea of bow people live
In the light of day.
Den't Seep When You Red.
The abit of stoopng ower wben
reading or writing has a bad effect on
mot eyeas and should be avoided, os.
petalny It one Is oearnlhted. When
people approach the ale of fort (the
morning papers la t to appear blur
0ed, and they complain tt prntitl is
Pttl bad. The trouble Is they need
glasses. If they do not et them, later
on' their eyea wil deteriorate so rap.
Idly they will be obliged to wear them
.Al tim time. On the other hand. It a
paOeon puts m glasses when the frst
warning of "tired eyes" Is received
he will never be obliged to wear them
the ret 'of his life etept when dealing
ane work.__
aSeeking His Thery.
"Dpo you still believe ls Inherited
"flow do you accoeet tfor the act
That little Mary BlaDne cries as a
and so often?*I
"Her mother worked It an aoemi ca-
neay and her grandmother was an emo.
tional actr s.'"-Cleveland Plain Deal-

A Winner.
Mra Gldington-I am smased, tsr,
that you should propose to my daugb-
tor. You have not knows hqr a week.
The Wily Suitor-True, madam. But I
have known you for some time, and
everybodyy says your daughter takes
after you. (Ile got the girl.)
u_ ii 11 -^

Alehuos eouty Ito O400 atersto
ama has sM milee itail s
amilae waom rad p saae.
U 3 pub mehoosl IST paN ar

IaS. e _, paitoes pa.
Ma 1 S 6 al kid of vw

6 l- k tlieCm tTjS.L.
8"( f111 e.arehes. twopsh-M


for d

;lca gto tow

a and 4SP ps
at t e following' Our
people wto an f of trd4 44le
rsa o this an other corentka
held toIn Aiehomd, an opportunity for
vtlUS t0* maenmtown sZpoaltsm,
perfected an arram i rtwhM etby
the return portion of ticket reading
tros IWhmawt are honoed frto
poritmast, Vllaa, withet oaddl.
t6olWt charge. This alone iartaolly
make the BSSaboard espetety at
Thmer aIs t Ivement nowr o toot
to have Florida Baptists aoA -
ble nla Js 0ov0lla. moving froma
there a she ma1 train-ooe mliht
say in a body. Thi. too, wil make
the trip a rIto pleasant
Dor further Information address
Assistant OG*Wral Passnger Agent,
Jaokponvdll, Iorda.

To All Whom It May Concern:
Take notice that I shall apply to
the pardoning board of the State of
Florld, at Tallaassee, Florida, on
or after the 11th day of May, 1907,
to ask for a remission of the Sfne Im-
posed on me at the fall term of the
(ircult Court, Alachua county, Flori-
da, on November 24, 1906, In the
charge of aggravated assault.
April 80, 190?7.

R Totlzztao, Ov LS anrD


0ee la Miller Law Exehasge.
One Phone No. 258Re Bsideneeto. 18

And Solieltor in Equity
Rlea' stato, Coonveyaing and Ga.en
eral P rtlee. All business prompti
attended to. OBoe neat door "Bus
ooe. GAmsiLLu.a, FLOrMa


Ow oss.o&ao*0' fak, OiGaulete


OS.e over Nareas hiers. Phone 7rt93uma




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New York,
0O., both ways..
*6 C~tviseService
Cl;yde N."W, Ia pa~d Southern Lin~
Ip, AM15Assrn Points,
Zula X B-A II GSq

01v. ~J* i Iivr Line
1150tw.~nJA IUI14ISYI.L* and 8AMNromn
gioingat Wtft*ak,Aatorafe 3ered(m Sa)and Intermediate ad,

ai a potasdto ", si s follpWq, s aigT Jashsonvili., Sundays, Tueiday. 11
Thergdimys, 0 Rbmi laeSanford, Moindams
W:&jjjjy *u4Fr~as.*:9Oit. m.

5osth~M,. ait1 UfL31 UNorthbbgg
Wea s4 Lm..fRead up.
M:8 Arrive 2.O0
p .......Leave :i
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Aba~um) 1.00..
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SP. 0 aa~ia 3,4 P, .A, $Sksonyllle, Fie.
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laosontif, Pa lot 3MN. k., New York,
0. U. TAYLOR, P. I t. .0 .P .
260 Uro4wsy, New York.
L. D.lis T. F. A., I[ Snout.0. A.,
jeeksonville, 1Ms. Ieeb hia:
W. G. Oo~mz Jta 'F. A., GL~~n~ F. A.,
Jackbonville, Ea. PlarIN .., New York
0.' P. Loyay, A~eS emb, !ttuvjlle,.Fla.


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WN mum*


iftrt Mn s

hbutsc, ,._

oak panel wor,-2
especially for* f
received. .and *
Placed ln postl ,m.
Ilda a handsome O' .
Walls, and one i% Ee
wbSul cannot Lp i
congregation ot bMf
cannot but feA -
r new church.
Ladies of This CitAy *1k 6
Vice.Premldtn U. t
y1 people of GaIaS5Vl i0
-te fact that two .I t
y known ladies WW4.*C ,-
sible posit ions.Atji
of the U. D. C.. aa atw-
ille last week. -, .
ladies were d "
Ut, who was bom t
ted as first Tpr>ig
L Medlin, who wa ohoei
division as tourtb
Selection could M ,.,
wisely or deservedly m4s e
do of the ladies are o"btm es'
The Quarterly ConferTf ..
The Second Quardtey GoBSere
the First Methodist Chare of tht
was held Monday moin~epla t te
h, Rev. Francis R. 3r1140 pre>
g elder, In the ecar, asd l wI.
d Bayer secretary. The pator
d official board present. %-
The various reports submitted show,
that the church, Sunday school,
orth League and all there sio
of the church are in a frali. a
itlon, and the preildt Molder
ilimented them highly for the
w ork that is beina dne.
'J. A. Phlfetr was elected as trustee.
following named now oonUitute
board of trustees of the iroh:
G. Mason, L. L. Hill, J. M. Well, H.
Phifer, T. F. Thomas, Win. LJeo-
r. I,. J. Swearingen, rerdland
er and J. A. Phtfer.
Do You Love
baby? You wonder why be erii.
a bottle of Wulte's Cream Vermt
and he wil never cry. Most
Ilw have worms, and the mothers
t know it.. whito'e' Vrmi-.
rids the child of worms 4d elOas,
Its system in a pleeaz t way.
mother should keep a bottle
M this medicine in the hoea. With
far need ever emter her mtd.
Ik Sc. Sold by W. M. Johna .

AP* r'iy *ventn&. la
r. a '.---:A *e elA
?." ", ',' .,i.it thea kr at
..." :^. ,(Ad and P itUboy,

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To stimulate the great, and cause of Saving Th. There are gdas of
.Gainesville people who never save a dollar; they never think of the "'AWiy day"
that is certain to come to all; To save spate change*t a part of one's earnings is
all a habit,- which, once acquire, begomwe easy to oo inue, and before you know
it you havg a snug sumIn -ha reliable ban'kand th1 U nk will give you interest
money twice each year, so that your savings" r really earning money for you.
Everybody-has friends or aqdaltances who have bees ,moe or le ssu00cesfptl in
a financial way, and in ainety.five ot of every hudr4 of these instanose the
success that perhaps Wmkes you envious was started by the bank atinghabit,
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Every person renewing thdr subscipto to The SeMi*We
Dail.for three months or who subscribes forTh Gaielvfle Sew
'The ~i1y Sun for three moutbs, will be entitled to one of th
charge and will receive credl4 at Phifer's Sa ilp Bank for t o.
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Semi"Weekly Sun, $6. Per "


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141hok loses for sale at this ofice.
-$3'1se OWpe hundred.
~ I Wa se--A new Il-room house; a
~ j24oIfsn servants' house and onp acre
to.Apply to P.0. Box, 121.

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C, 1. E. Webster has returned from
i business trip to Fort White in the
interests fof the Dutton Phosphate

iWated-Bright.. active white boy
to work In shot. Address Lock Box
641, or apply on premises, 1106 N.
Grove street.
George McKay, a prominent con
tractor an0 dealer In builders' supplies
Un Ocala, was registered at the Brown
House Sunday.
Miss Annie Collins, the efficient
principal of the hllicanopy schools,
bas returned, to her home, after a
brief visit to this city.
4. E. Fugate and Frankland Thomas
of Alachua were in the city yesterday,
having been summoned on business
connected with the court.
W. B., Turner has returned from
points in Marion and Southern Ala-
chus counties, where he has been on
business for the past few days.
T. M. Venable of Arredondo was
in the t1ity yesterday. He is an old
and valued friend of The Sun, and
paid this office an appreciated call.
Blue Ribbon wins-Whenever a
housekeeper tests the merits of dif.
ferent vanilla extracts, Blue Ribbon al-
ways wins. Try it and you'll know
Chas. V. McQueen of Lexington, one
of the most widely known residents
of the West End, was among those
who spent yesterday In Galhesville on
Mrs. C. A. W. Thomas and little
daughter Mae left Sunday morning for
Palatka, where they will spend the
next ten days. with Mrs. Thomas'
sons, R. A. and N. H. Thomas.
Robert Dixon, who has been em-
ployed by. a livery at Micanopy for
the past few months, is in the city.
He expects to leave today for Live
Oak and other points on business.
Captain Henry C. Parker and son,
Porter, were in the city from LaCrosse
yesterday. Captain Parker Is one
of the oldest and most successful mier-
chants of that section of the county.
Postmaster W. J. Lock of the thriv-
ing town of Wilcox, in the West End,
was In the city yesterday. He made
The Sun an.agreeable call, renewing
his subscription of J. H. Martin, Lot.
tihville. ,

H& itas NSPP and What Is G.In
Ns~pP Told In Shot ON 00ja,
SThat O"N. Who RUSwi104Yv Aas
h~The Sun.

Dormse clipped at Hunter Id-

tre wood for sale. J. N. Bone.
p e 19.
1Ule,' calling cards in latest style

We sell typewriter ribbont at this
for 75 cents.
1. Starling of Bell is among: the
tors to this city.
7. E. Cellon of Hague was among
Sviltors to this city yesterday.
T. J. Wood of Johnstown was a busi*
visitor to this city yesterday.
To Let-Lower floor, four rooms,
ished. Mrs. Clapp, West Me-

Chrles Fogg of Graham was among
who visited the county capital

springg Park Farm Jersey butter,
th and nice, on sale at aunders
| trle'b.
F. 0. Cox, a well-to-do farmer of
Lacrosse section, was trading In
city yesterday.
for Rent-Rooms for housekeeping,
pnished or unfurnished. Apply 905
University street.
Ira J. Carter of the Bennlngton
tion wa In the city yesterday.
.Carter owns a fine farm. / '
tor Rent-Three desirable rooms
l!gbht housekeeping, one block from
r,. Apply 1'9i N. University St.
J. E Wainwright, chief clerk la the
t d States land office, is confined
li- 'n with a slight indisposition.
F:.;k hel)avid of Monteocha, one
ft.. Mi rI's'ul planters oa that sec-
S, t il.ding in the c~ty yester-

y i:ur t:atinmery printeat The
S-,-'irt-class work promptly
r~ed at reasonable prices Is our
Sa \:r T .1. Cone of Raleigh

iU the city with their Old, established specialty paint
." 1hin are attending Miss house can use an'Al1 traveling Wales-
man in I' lorida. Salary and expenses.
F urd of.. the To avoid delay give references when
Southwestern divis- applying. T'1e Eclipse Paint & Mfg.
A i .t ,ine, spent Sunday Co., Cleveland, 0.
ill this city.
S hI It. who A. W. Sargent, Sr.. of Avon Park,
S n, who has been a progressive merchant of that thriv.
Mr. nd Mr. C. Ing town,. i, in the city on a brief
h past two weeks, .viit to his son. A. W. Sargent, Jr.
r home at Holder. He made The Sun an agreeable call.
r. s Chesmnt, Jr.. Mr. Jargent is l n route home from
*,i, in the hospl. Jacksouville, where he has be i. on
days with typhold business.
I to hArnO that his; Among the proilinent vllt,.r'A to
improvedd. Galnerville Sunday was TDr. W. A.
J. Pollock of Pennacola. who 'p,,nt
Sunday with friends here. Dr. Pol.
MiI Ie Iies o s lock paid (iainesville a high compll-
nment, stating that it appeared to be
k prua the most rapidly growing Island city
en Creat iwito the State.
11W .k I willU buy from you 7 o sell for
'.5..., ,you, at private .ma or auction. any
b 'r1W nhag household or. kitebea furnfure, or
.,: PU lr janfy etls ye" wish d11peaed of.
(Io I u Daring my 20 yeara' experience in
I. this business I've never had one com.
"='. --" t nt hia ivag gien itac
S\ ,s. P. M. Oliver.
Pi t. T. W. VrIsema. one of Alachut
e y's e iat"aws who recentV
1 5seed a to f at abbWs. reopened
t he fZta t-o y rday -
IWO_ emgihe ak sa.t Mebtash. r o
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Oar log delayed bank A
tures havey at last arrived ai
we are now open for busalu
We wait YOU-Not son
body *els, but YOU-to ata
an aeoount in our Savings D

Commna.ce now-get aIn t
habit of saving a part of yo
weekly' or monthly airntl
&a4 pat it in our Saviongs
pOrtuast where It will s
interet while you als
Notbingl ill make you feel
independent as a naie M

We wvat one thousand 1
poeAtor within t(e neAt sio

We solicit the aseomuts4
merchants. corporate
faiams and indlvidellt s
feet to check. No lateremit
lowed o deposIla s ject

We win be pleaded to b
you becoai one of ow a



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gu estof her later, .
and who received mnaofh 5I
ot In the Brick City,
p very popular among the

M oy of Wstfleld, Ind., has A
S. ,a the city and will make this dishes
,s home. Mr. Macey, who is mental'
clever young man, has accept-
m j -eat position la the experimental vor by
a department of the University of Many 1
Ir l IW And will be associated with
~r. L W. A. Blair. to go 0
Ser was quite a delegation of beeif
Newberry people in town yesterday.;
l~gy qlving come on business con-i
-- ,----- t with the court. Among the con
Old paper for sale at this oe. da*aUo were Justice E. T. Hender-
Fay-Shole typewriter for sid so Ruby., ~4te Howell, pr.
ply Sun otale. f Ho~o l1Deputy Sherif Geo. W.
'pl un fe IW W. Spiers and Dr.
A few newspaper fles for sale oiAV- as Dr. Meod mad
oplyf t i" od Dr. McLeod made
ply atsuno ffcl en an agreeable call. E
New stock of buldestand w .gl i
SHuNter & tEdward br iends of Mrs. George Gleason,
eOnl y.puK eto r ho Is suffering at the bome of R.
baking. Keystonetn r B ory. i. oel South Gainesville, wi th resh
House for re~t, 06 8.6 Un06iv r d on il r et to learn t.
street. Apply ather condition s no 8. Ut so encour
I tt t~ b hoped, however, that there wil
For Sale-4"wo Clyde Line tioke, e a change for the better in a day
Jacksonville to New York and retun ,or, t0o. The patient sl reoelvtib
Apply at this Oie. every aid It it possible to admnlitter
We have o sale today 200 pounds by phtlcians and attentive triends
of best mullet Ter ee in Gainesvlle. v P W, Corr of Jasper .tfl abi
Mott Bros., phone 93. appolttalnt at the First Baptist
Mrs. E. A. Delia. who has been church hnlday morning, delilertlg aad
visiting her daughter, 'Mrs.'C. A. W. fine ermon to a large e (In rear
Thomas, returned .to her home Sbu- grathlo. He was to have filled an ES
day at Waldo. .evegalot ppointment, but could not GA
A. E. Colso. of Trenton Is In the rei ali, owing to pressing engage*
city, having been summoned on mn ts at his home on Monday morn- the trade
court busiine- While here he will ina. Dr. Oo r is a fine speaker, and aforde in
be the guest of relatives. his sermt i are always full of Inter-
House and lot for sale at a bargain-a t ,. .*.m....
three blocks from Presbyterian The tblmflrlle postoffice, under
church. Seven- os, all modern the effIleet dlrMtlon of Postmaster.
conveniences. J. W. Blanding. l4nh, is nothing If not up to date. U N
Contractor Chs. Whiting, who The poetoffce now has on sale the U U
Is now engage ila ereting a fine JaIestbwn I3Vxpoltion stamp, special ----
home for Mr. and Mrs. Jackson at tesw. which i re e the old Colum-
Archer, seient Sunday with his family Mfai stamb. beltg a third larger than
here., to standard selea Galnesville en- N
Lost-Bull gyp, white, wth black j oys the itia of being one of
spot on ears netto ead. Has mange. the frst cities I the State to put
information ldI*g' to her where- this eree on salee.
about will be *preclated. H. G. ----............ OUI
Kennard, 80 8. yvslspity street. Mount Vernon Lodge -I
$100 reward wil be given for In- No. 0, Knghist of Py. l ee
formation as to the whereabouts this. meets sonlghlt at
of a tall ligbt-halred man-who was W 9Q thIIs sle OitleO Bal al l,
last seen lou ila about thretor of -o ove Datton BRnk. iopp
Hyde & Tfneh with a satisfled4 ex- Work In third rak. Visitlax brothoeI -
pre Dlon on his face and a pair. of waeooe. W. T. Polno, 0. 0.; E, A. 311a
Walk-over shoes on his feet. T8VKx, 1. of R. &A 0.

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