Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 8, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01107
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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4 ? Jr T.t o.coi tlhto of the
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la leas ureal wh-ch also
Aotographa showing the
|| 9 VemIy of repair .
to te paperO the marvel-
'I o the ball of the Co-
,th tens to fall ta at say mo-
The northern wall of the tow.
the Sat Iame has subsided sad
i..ht of the cupola ii likely to
SOomrplet* o0apae.
*owbeaca altry a d the Pl-
the harem are In Immediate
Sbeoonmit total rulls. The
Sd Oerarnda, the paper re-
n, sanouooes the call for a
S e toh tahe atonI the
eays that a petition will
ti sad nlt to dMadrd.


SPste o pChild Laa bor bill,
b t e htild labor commit ees
e stamg oleun o e. It pro
That ,%o Itr uader 10 years
shall be Mphy.4 or permitted
Ik la aay ctory that state
Ia. m.,. orats $ a. $r
than eiht h tE ora o-.0e
Ite permaltted o are eo w
's. to 7p. m. st a Btae., ba
permitted. so will at
Geat aUl January 1, I1t .
lttee Elects Teaamhe-
VGa..htA) 7-ThU eamm
*teachers of the math satrd*
tral schoil. located at thU
Clarkeaville. met Saturday tor
Igo"e of electing leacheur.
ttea elected the fSaolovgi
1et, Proenor W. H. MaUWoI
o county; suporlutedeant ot
'Vtock and dairying. Ho1 0.
i. of Clarkesvlll. Ga.; Ut.i-
er. Profesor A. A. O'Ketl.
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lBreakwater. Del., May T.
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*ru4I%~ on usesys that
the U lg a operate* Its
lian lDepj.r;thea r men's
union, ad, 1Will demand
from tde 1* authortUes the
full pr deee astee4 by the
law, '.
In case Uiysaad tate are unable to
provide p*totl i ease of .s0ous
trouble, I "ge anee say beI te
yoked .4, tbi "ptiod that the Ulet-.
ed Raftways. stmwent company. of
New J teroey W a foreign corporatlot
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Q0O MQ0A1OY MISSING.

Priends Pear that Charles Hart Has
Soeft ordered.
Attewta, May T.-Tbe whereabouts
of Ohalof C. Hart." a Georgia boy,
who hbaa been a resident of Illinois
for the pat three year, is a mystery,
as he is add to have left Blue Mound,
Maoon county, for Chicago, on April
14th, and has never been seen nor
heard from slnce that date, and is
supposed to have bees murdered.
SThis a wa4 4 eamuea ted to
Mrs. M. -N." 1tott, of Cedartbow,
Ga., Saturday ulght/, ad her broth-
or, J. B. Hart,. immediaely left for
Deaotur, Ills.
On' April 14th young Hart wrote his
sister, Mrs. illiott, that he would
leave Blue Mound for Chicako. e
sent his dress suit oas to a friend
in the Windy City. This article ar-
rived Ito due time but Hart has not
been seen.
At the lime the Goergia man was
supposed to have left Macon county,
Ills., a man, unknoWn, was mur-
dered In Deoatur. He In still un-
identified, and the ftriqd and. rela-
tives of the missing man entertain
fears that this may be Charles Hart.
Hart comes from one of the beet
families Its the state.
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Courtmn tlal Convenee.
P rt Bill. Okla., May ?.-A court-
martial to try orporal RKawles. who
1a charged with attempting to kill Cap.
tala IHar B. Maekita at hs hbeae. at
Po rt imo ona the 1itt Doe. 1t.
1W. covenued bere M"eada, Oopor.
at Knowles was a meabr o0 the
Twenty-flfth infantry, whose embers
were discharged by Preideat ,stoee-
volt for alleged copaeStle with the
Brownsville affair. Tho attack s
Captain Mackin followed lostely at-
ter the discharge of Keowle s adt hs
comrade,
Wreck on Santa Pe Rallread.
Kansas City. May ?.-4aaa P1o
passeager train No. 1. whieb left
hiago at 10 o'clock unaday night
fur Calforsta. was derailed M day
poitnla at Norborne, Mo., 55 miles
%rtheast of Kanss City. The ma-
ghe and three tare, Inclding the
halr ear, went Into the dteh. S.?-
wral peresw are reported Injured, bat
elOfho et the Santa Fe both at Kan-
Saas ty aad at the general olea at
Te0peh, aOert that so Me was k led.
A relief trat carrylas phydenae haa
searted he the u ehe from here.

Mashvae HaS Heavy Raled-.
NashvltUe. Tea.. May 7.-A
heaviest attal for methta osoement
lr'this seetia Sday ititt. ThS
loeal weat herfbreaa reports a rota*
fall of I tnee up t4? T o'loqik tea-
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and epietaed two bombe, U- ot
cover ofte Inf tusion wsptch ol loa-
thirtiee politial prisopers.jiudiuat e
several .mporjnt terroie the wstomary
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vartlbs of minor. offenders at

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MOAfter having b A oriere t of Den
dnark 10 oselegates .Nif Two here ow
84nday night, and from jled by o8t
others wh of a ne b wa of Stoype k
holm. The pol, ice, howe, May 7.-refused





to permivelt thas under e socialists d reratoi the
amhere. The Retwa bans, ttleships o the
quested permission to go 10 pe1tglea
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will soon be awarded.
The ships will be given namoesof
they sthope to he abe to hod already,






rbut the. _______ralDwr, Utah.
MORE GREAT EATFLCfaPS.

Prident Dako velt to NANme Two New
fighters of Dreadnaught Type.
Washington, May 7.-Preslideat
Roose vlt ha under conamderd for them
amnw Yg of the two battledship of the
Dreadnaught type for whiofh contracts.
will oon be awarded.
Tw ship will be given name ofne
state. aooording to custom. Most of
the state have been honored already,
but therIs remain Delaware, Utaw .
North Dakeota ad New York that
haoe no war vessels named for them.
New York ta elimnaated for the rea-
son chat there is an armored crttoer
named for the city of New York.
When Oklahoma quallae as a state
It will gthaie the. navy departmat oner
additional name to iM.w upen.
While al action d e taken Moet-
day it iM thought leMaly that Delaware,
the srseod mafroest state la the
Union, wsl1 be honored by bariag oae
of the greatet battleeopse named Wor-
It and that Utah wlU be the other
state to be so hoeomed.

Physlicans and Surgeaes Held Meetling
Washington. May ?.-Phyaclaase
and smrgeore from aU'parte of the
United States hars arrived ia Wash-
laston to attend t- aea sl meetang
of the Aseodatia of A-rican Medl-
eal colleges, whiteh oMavesed Ia this
city Monday. At Mo)day's sealaia
of the congress of Amifcas Physl-
elans, and Surgeoas. Dr. William
Oser. of Oxford, Wetaand. will read
a paper on the evelttema of the Ns
of expertment la the stady of amd-
elea. _______
sine.
Ofelal Inveeaiatlie Prebable.
Kansa City. Mo., May 7.-4the
police boarl met ta e4ctlve sedea
at the mayor'a eas-e da to talk
over cosdltioas ta the peUce deeart
meat and arrange plaes tr the oSeal
tavtlgation of the -partmoet wMi
ta to he made .


is. MaeLames Dead.
DeIr~ltngtes, lwa Iy.--ft'. Ji.
Watesa (I" a Mstenrgm diedat
11:16 mlckMaev~migt u.
Plemat, Iowa.no easmus as
Use peesaa.theM NW t obawd*-
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a4 b6den t heeOWaet s oft the ta
O rased voled of fthe- toave M aI
the imbtory of 0 wea er 1ain ean has
k edlthdedA td e set oweamth-
er eilsted at tWl time of th year.



winter wheat has been srouly d U -
4, aat one acelleat authority 1b"
made the predletion that the ep w)-
be about .1,000,000 budlbas below
ttof last ioyear. 'Condetig reports
!bae been eved from all soetlssU
th n tghe damage itlb tsdtby the
"green bulg" ad fdftm Oldatoms ,es-
peclaly hav the wa orts been of
oostl'dJktory character.
B someft be bee asserted that
the prop hae be greatly Impaired,
and by others that the lunrua has beeU
slight. The result ha beea, how-
ever. a renewal of something like
old-time motivfty on the board of
trade.
Dragged to be b ey Mufe.
Valdos4t, Ot., May t.- Nws eras
brought here trml Habiras Saturday of
the awfull death of a negro boy, a son
of (tus Newsom, who lives on the
line of Borrien and Lowades county.
The negro had been lowl iton the
feld. and when hoe days work was
done he unhooked the mule, tied the
bamees ad harness to the animal and
mounted It to u'tde home. As he
rode up to his house his father was
feetung some bogs, and the mule be-
ease frighten d at these, and rta
away.- he boy's feet were caught
In the barnees, and the was dragged
tqr a Alstance of 4 mIles, hie cloth-
ing being tom off of thim, andi his
body beaten to a pulp' agalat trees
and stumps.

Two Noted Artistes Dead.
New York, May 7.-The death of
two noted artists was recorded Mon-
day. Max lraneis Klepper, artist
and aifustrator, led Sunday at his
home. He was an animal painter of
note. Mr. Klepper was 46 years old.
George B. Butler, N. A.. the bor-
trait painter, died at his home near
Croton Falls, N. T. He was In his
seventieth year.

Important Manuesripts Pemand.
Christlea, May 7.-A4mlrers of
the late Hreark Ibsea are delighted
at the remarkable diseeverey of vl-
uminone, important manuscripts writ.
tea before 1864. The works feloude
a complete epic poem t to0000 words
In which is xoand Ntragm.te and the
nucleus from which afterwards de-
veloped Ibse's later b'amatle works,
eopecally one of the grestet of his
works, the drama "Blrad."

Immigrente ttlh Poe In.
Now Y *k, May 7.Are trams. -
Atlantic Ulers, whicl, Sor thel last
54 bemrs have adhed .100 tainigrars.-
to the eat icfalxo iaMeas who uha
arrived ot arias the lIt few oeja,
eil lnead, the e1eaag in su for
lumrerats, i stI thirsgeg With m -
mtgsas, despit, the e~is of the
te tle th eee o the egtteet eo .

Ofses tot KiillBg.
Chicnao, May w. Aglor b.l 1art
meemi Meaday to the police aa
he shot and kilhd hia eoame, falt-


two Serpuaoiw, hoWa fout e dead
eanday night with two bulletwon&&
to his body. -xS-rjco dcand tha
the R wtagys the "askait a law.
MW a omas to whom beh ha d
hem austiso.

epevmm Of Com~t's Mieng SeMei

Olte ortagmalen rom Klasmst pube.
NO.. we thatCount Otet VeinWal-
aiosels its vW" rWepsdetohe
be" nkill, a4 Walws, A fIM
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RAILROAD CONTROL


BY UNITED STATES

Judg FParrar Tells H wIt Ca
Be Accomplish d.

TROnVIKw WITH ROOSEVELT

NeW Orleans Judge Tells How United
tate Can 'Absolutely Cortrol th
Raillway of the Country--Cites Do.
oelsone Previously Given.
Washlngton, May 7- E. i .
,Fa-ar, of New Orleans, :;,i ,. .
rW with Prezldent Ro,,. t o.
"t"irday, regarding thc. rela-. of
V, government to the rair ai, as
Spared with control by the verbal
statUe.
Judge Parrar finds at pe a'hity
on the constitution giving the "corol
of oast-routes 'to the central: ,e;6n.
ment, making many ciat.,ou fr, o
decislooa rendered n both fe : and
tate courts, and gives a :no
that oong.ress can, un ,.r pa!rc)1
.7, section 8, article I. Tf thp consti.
tutlon, adopt such means "a- In its
judgment are convenient, nece-sary
and proper."
In Judge Farrar's opinion th! gov.
etnment can regular thho :ealr)')! u
to mode of organizatl, a:! ;.n.
agement; capital! stock, cr,-a'i-. to
debt and issuance of seciuri'.,.. op.
eratlons; qualifleatlozi of e;i,:;.nes
aad thelr conduct; cali sh :'.1 the
roads from state control. can a'low
them to sue and be s'te! In I'ni'ed
States courts alone; can prote." om
from state, county and inunicipal *az-
ation. Relations of employees as fel-
low servants can be regulated, as may
be settlement of claimed. intevhang
of cars, freight and pawngtrs, ,nd
rgsetment of rates between compe.tla
road may be controlled.
Jadge arrar was suinimone to the
Wh4te House to confer with th pre4-
Ident as the result of a e>ttr na5-
bodying the subject matter re:aed
above, and the Informa ln is a ven
out seml-offlcally.

IN STATE OF REBELLION.

Considerable Trouble Occurs In the
Southern Part of Morocco.
Tangiler, Morocc:). M T \
ing to information receli ie" a :n
Morocco City, the whoo *' :'"
southern part of Morocc~ i. i! aI '.
of rebellion. After til, ;*p ..:i '
Morocco City had proclaim I MI.
Haflg, brother of the r,~:;'.a :"
tan, to be sltan of Mr11 released the prisoners from ",0:
taweted the murderer -f Mu-
champ, the ,rench cltize'n ,'-
sassalnaton caused the into .^
Prfaee in Morocco, an I r, 'o- *
old governor of the city.
It Ie reported that man y of th
otelato have sent world ,* s~a:'*s
Malil Ab I AZlia. who 1 F
that they wil no longer recr &' o
authority. ________
Orders Reduetlon in Rat0.
Washlington, May 7.- T'e !3-
state eaomerce commlM'ison ". -i
dered Its lSt opinion In a c a -:*
volving the TeaesonableneM of c o
preas rate. The caws k t
by the sedety of Amertar F" *-,
who aimed that the ra', t
the halted States Expr"--
oa eat owers fream New Jt- ^_
SNew Yok t, yWa. uure w L
exmsolve sad uajust. In o'. i.
the rate was Inerw1sst r-," .-
to $1 partmanred pound ..


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reisod so PMaets p"',

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,Z ad verdict for plaintiff

tellowing defendants were ar.

Jams, murder in first degree.
Wr arraigned and pleaded not

Watson, et al., entering with-
kitng a box car, and ieelvin
0e. goods. Prisoners pleaded not
Miq* Singleton, assault with Intent
fnurder. Prisoner pleaded not

S ote of M. Forman vs. J. T.
Sdrover, to recover poasseson
ltain cattle which had been sold
the former wife of the plaintiff to
Sdendant, occupied a greater part
S, afternoon. J. M. Rivers was
ittoMrey for the plaintiff, while
iW. W. Hampton reprownted the
Mat. At a late hour the ar.
pMSt of oounsel was being heard,
Mih resulted In a verdict for the
oapant.
Sadjourned until 9 o'clock today.





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Layer of 4 4mI 0 a Youth, Was
Reiwenlolfleant Bond.
Ola i4,s e iegro woman who
shot $aG d f JaB-, a touw'
toeny"rol boy, it Oroe Park, a
few w'k4 sg ad who has been In
Jail far' tho si,, 46w d#s, haS been
released by an~ o*dr frro.ai Justice Cal-
man's pa bond of $150 tor
her' i a .bfore the circuit
court, or at ttMt" the grand jury,
when hr e desired.
The 4 this rime, whioh c&
curred 4t v. Pat, has- already
been publslhed la The Sun. The
coroner's i ory exonerated the woman
by a 0rdl0t #of accidental killing, but
she ws ""4'ted. brought to this
city and arraigned in Justice Colman's
court, When Uth Justice decided that
to Siin her freedom she must secure
the necedsary bond of $250, which
was furnished.

TUISOAV'S RAIN.

Planters of This Sectien Greatly Bens.
fited by the Downpour.
This section was visited by, fine
rains Tuesday, with the result that
the planters and truckers are antlet'
rating great good.
Those of the country who were in
the city Tuesday expressed gratfi-
cation at the rain, which was badly
needed. The farmers will be busy for
the next few days planting their crops,
which are already late.

The First Rehearsal.


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Sme best printed st ON ary at

Mumm the prominent visitors to
totbirty rI's Captain T. i.' Wilard
of Wad, who Is attending the court
as a wtaess.
J. B. Smith and sons, Ira J. and
Rosbbroulh, and. F, D. Tompkins of
Trenton, are In the city in attendance
upon the oourt:
I. Paul Brown, a clerk In the Uni-
ted States land office, was called to
Tampa yesterday, where he took the
records to be shown in evidence in the
United States court.
J. I. Griffin of Jonesvtlle was in
the .eity yesterday. He renewed his
subscription to The Sun. Mr. Griffin
is still walking on crutches as a result
of a runaway accident severj months
ago, in which he was thrown from his
buggy.
qThe Sun' acknowledges an agreeable
call yesterday from Misseso Nora
Everett. daughter of Hon. M. Ever-
ett, and Ussle Collins, of Donnie, who
were accompanied by Mr. Everett.
They read of the wonderful machine
composition of The Sun, and came to
ascertain how It was done. The call
was highly appreciated.

JUSTICE COLMAN'S COURT.

Tom McFadden Charged With Toting
a Pistol, But Not Convicted.
Tom McFadden. colored, better


v unknown at ."Possum" McFadden, pos-
As announced in The Sun, the first sibly because he- has the art of "pos.
rehearsal of Wlegand's.Festival Mass summing" on the officers, was arraigned
In "E" flat, was held at Holy Trinity in Justice Colman's court upon a
church Monday night. While for va- charge of carrying concealed weapons.
rious reasons a great many of the The evidence, however, was not
chorus were unable to attend (that's sufficiently convincing to hold the de-
one peoularity Inimical to choruses) fendant, and he was released.
the general effect was good. In a work __
of such calibre, large choruses are in the Mayr's Court.
usually assisted by orchestra as well
as orgap accompaniments, and It Is The olowing ca have been dl-
to be hoped that those In Gainesville poled of In the myor's court for the
who can assist. either valley or in! past two days:
strumentally, will take advantage, of John WHunter, Hedrunk ay Brownd dsorder-
the opportunity afforded them to be- John Wilson, drunk and dsorder-
c e faualIr with snch a compo..I ly.s& andcosts each: Alex. Chresoto.-
ou.u ext rehearlWitmidhes. fighting, $5 and costs.
The next rehearsal will beheld at The City Council.
1O:30 1 .m. Friday next. The City Council met in regular

Picnic Postponed. monthly session Monday night and
For some reason the Sunday school adjourned until Tuwlay afternoon.
The proceedings have not yet been re
picnic from Melrom has beo post- l ha been re
ed. T picnic fwoas to has e beent: corded In the mlnute-book, but will
poped. The picnic was to bahe been
held at Park Springs Friday of the b published as soon as they can be
present week, but our Metrese cor- d.
respondent rites that for some n*r Nies.
reason the same has been postponed. 1 NW
The aorre.ilwodent states however. Any mother who has had experience
The correspondent stats, however.
with this distressing aliment will be
that there ill be a "'public picnic' pleased to know that a cure may be
at Ford's r1urit~gsoi Thursday May effected by applying Chamberla's
p, when all are invited to come and
b.ihn full baskreIs and gltood mt a8llhe as soo as the child is done
ring full bakts and good apnti.nursing. Wipe It of with a soft cloth
~The ~rd Motll before allowing the babe to nurse.
ThebordsdfountyslMany trained nurmaws Se this salve
The boards of conty comaDtions with best results. r sale by all
and public Instruction held their rgu- druggists.
lar vioOthly meetings yesterday. pro-
ceedhMig of which will be given as ifth Trteinnal Feat.
soon as they are compiled on the Cha5'to,. S. C.. .,,ay .-The
minute o ifth trieanial ft t the Nationai
Both m0tigs were of c e nteret, st.Schuer seebnd at AaSer -a sus open-
and a great deal of bsines of Is- ed here Moo.ay by Pra'l:ent Roosme
portane W rasactad. vlt,. w! ho d lf e Ma1t shot at the
l~rtne+ 'au~traeaettda,...... .. Uri%& *........


ItamNet Wetm"rs' eetWy.
The regular meathly *s>iag at the
earnest WorkN s' e16ety of t" rIt
Presbyterta church M wIt h blM at
u* home of Mn. T. P. M P. Naft
Pleasant street., at *e.ek M
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Itsoen t rom llOan ~ cmUsited
&at*$,m wer eo, saG pubsa"theU
Vol"e of 6*5.4WW"M *=teea"dfor.
Me.. Afteatm ~b rsawsmdo
ow sa -- -eW- am b s
ft 04 WK sw~ftpan&. me
Miaswm


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Bird a fine vid

At late hour Aaoes Ies and r
eake were serv~4 by itr e Miss.
AWa1 Blakr Theml t and I V.,
daL Thoe fortunate to eie avi
tatlons were Msb.se lose Vidal' Ida
MoD0nald, Mabel "vingston, Ruby
DeL JAnd, Ine Thoioa, Louise Nixom,
Ruth Dol g, RO" be Psedrc L46
ker*.t Mary Crawford, Lucia tt 4 n,
Leo P"dI Glays MoParanda, and
Massra. alph Thomas, Jame Bodt-
ford. Josph DuPree, yeri DOeugl8,.
Outhbert Paigett, Oscar Thomas
Nrwda eroodBakuCeTarwod, Ja
Pad Wtt, WIe hnds, A4dso
Pound alud Sandi. Orahim.

DtTECTIVE WORK.
Just as as Intelligent detective sets
himself to discover the identity of the
perpetrator of a crime that seems my*-
terlous, so the, medical man gbes to
work to discover the origin of the
troubles of his patients. He knows
that in most cases some of the
organs of the body are 'ot performing
their functions properly, and knowing
that in a large percentage of cases
the action of- the bowels is at fault,
he early inquires whether his patient
is constipated. If so, the physician
knows that if a cure is to be effected,
the constipation must be not only re-
leived, but permanently remedied and
that in order to accomplish this cer-
tain muscles must be given new
strength and elasticity. For this pur-
pose successful medical men pin their
faith to a preparation of % os. Fluid
Extract of Senna7 % oz. Rochelle
Salts, I os. Aro-akgrada, 30 grains
Bicarbonate of Soda, % oz. water
and 1% oss. Glycerine. Of this
the patient is given a teaspoonful
at bedtime and before each meal, the
treatment being continued until there
is free movement of the bowels. This
simple preparation can be put up by
any good druggist.

Dr. Sledd from Tallahassee.
Dr. Andrew Sledd, president of the
University of Florida, has Feturned
from Tallahassee, where he went a
few days ago to attend a meeting of
the State Board of Control.


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AI~kaa County Abstrwc
[IUO00rport~ed'
Ferry Colsos. Pres: J, W j
FRee P-B.ICOlsOn, ~cTe.
GAINESVILLE, FL.i.
We do an exclouiv 'Ahkttrvt bu
no"', with facilities for iml rti: ig
IU&oiMailou Coneernir'g tht, T:tI.
any sad all 1&g4@ in AIflnaep98co
Ali business transacted prompziy


University Barber Sh
SAX W. GILMORE, Prop.


Opposite Fire Station.


For Whites Oqny.
SHAVE, 10 IENTS.

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1 Jobiewij of Live Oak
Sup wannee county W
gtor Adms. OV-R
.m Cone the, regulate er
ws s waived and tbetow
SSenator from t *
pib w worn in by *I" Wht
a. This was the fgrist. a't tt- .
alee county has tbad op psttWon
e Senate, owing to. the eeat
Mh of Senator NewlaU.
Saendment to the ut
$te was otered by
i to have the State o=itol
kt of government removed to TeaI-
yirle. The resolution Wa ref'
Ito the committee o State a*.


m bill by Mr. Doke 4f Alaohia
have all monies abvoe $4,000 of
h e and forfeiture fUnt In Alachua
ty placed to the credit of the
I fund. passed its third reading
the Senate and was referred to
committee on eArolled bills.
te bill No. 252, by Mr. Hudson-
provide for 'the enlargenmet and
r of the State capitol, which was
special order, was taken up on its
d reading. On the MoW of
stor Adams the bill was arrivedd
as a special order until Wedneb-

beate bill No. 13, by Mr. Tram-
Providing that the trustees of
int' nal improvement fund of the
te of Florida and other State of-
shall advertise for bids before
MbIg the public lands of the State,
taken up on Its third reading and&
a fifteen minute address In be-
of the bill by its author, the bill
placed back on its third -readling.
House bill No. 34, by Mr. Clark of
ersor.-To amend Section 1919 of
gonera! statutes of the State of
da, relating to destruction of
ber. Passed its third reading
nlmously. .
Senate bill No. 169, by Mr. Crll--
amend Sections 3405, 3406 and
i7. ffth division, title 2, Chapter 4.
le 12 of the general statutes of
State of Florida, relating to tree-
and injury to realty. Passed
imourly.
Bills on Third Reading.
The following were amount the bills
bh pased on third reading:
lcaMte bill No. 250, by Mr. Hud-
Protf-ction of tarpon and bone
p; assfd..
:BO1ae bill No. 6,. by Mr. Rowe of
a Son-s-eparate waiting rooms for
Pes and negroes; passe. .
H use bill No. 97, by Mr. Wilson
p "Land,)-Appolnt t of Inspect-
Sof marks and brands;: aMsd.L
SPt bill No. 223, by Mr. Mafe
i-Amrendin g act authorising $150,
additional bond igsse by tbe 4ty
Orlando: ,assed.
e all M No. 147. by Mr. W* t-
as i,rlma fato evidesM of

t !! No. 225. by Mr. TreiS
Rla-ive to railroad mi s;

S 61te itNo. 181, by M I
P,..,r ) raflroagd I m.i
S ien tP ldf f iv lO; a.
bill No. 14,9 bb' My .
,five cents to be
uPa,. a, 1144 snood


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in absence of the chaplain, who re-
turned to his home In Alachua county
a week or so ago on account of i111
noss.
Correction of the journal.
House resolution No. 73, by Mr.
Knight of, Columbia-That beginning
Tuesay the House be In session
from 9:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m., and
from 2:30 p. m. to 5:30 p. m. Adopt-
ed. t
A message was read from the Gov-
ornor, urging passage of a measure
to. enforce the present game laws of
the State, by creating a department
of game. (A bill to this effect, intro-
duced by Mr. Russell of Putnam, is
now before the Houme.)
Mr. Watson moved that the com-
munication be referred to committee
on game and spread on the Journal;
agreed to.
Introduction of Bills.
* Following were among the new bills
that were introduced:
By Mr. Farris of Duval-Relating
to process In civil causes.
By Mr. Smith of Lake-Authorizing
State Board of Health to establish
sanitarium for tuberculosis.
By Mr. Wilson of Lee-To abolish
Incorporation of town of Bsters.
By Mr. Melton of Duval-Providing
for furnishing of Governor's mansion
and improvement of grounds.
By Mr. Malone of Monroe-Relatlag
to campaign expenditures.
By Mr. Abernathy of Orange-State
arsenal ana general military head.
quarters at Jacksonville.
The House adjourned after paestag
one more special order work.

Good Wordnf for Chamberlain's Cegh
'Remedy.
People everywhere take pleasure I
testifying to the good qualities of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Mrs.
toward Phtllip, of Barclay, MNd.,
write: "I wish to tell you that I ea
recommend ChamberlaIs* Oosgh
IRemedy. My little girl Oabweu
whbo i two years old, has bern taking
thi remedy whweer she has had
a od Selme she was two moath
I Abot a mouth ago I contrasted
Sdrdlo wol4 aml7t, Wbt I took
Obsuabin'*C ouh Remedy aad ws
sosm weR as er." This remedy
b for slo eW an dr to.

Rtellwy Traismes Meet.
-Atlanta. May .-~Otegate- to the
number of 7T0 met is Atiata o Moo.
day 16 aftd the bletulal eeOveauio
of the Order of Ralway Trflame.
this is the tnrt time eOt the ord"
hr bees esth, t is ected
*at fts IsS es wl doe a grt deal
to alatomate It t amma the -ab*
as members. T-he convey will
be on meoa Oar toft day Or a W *k.


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pays more for the privlepe of lnsur-
ance than a man, is fro the fAt *act
that women more readily f11 victims
to indigestion and stoaeAh troubles
and the fatal ailments that spring
from these mases.
All persons, they say, who have 4
weakened digestive system and sufr
fer from sick headache, dlasy spells,
distress after eating, specks before
the eyes, bloatig, nervonsess, ms)pm
le ssnnes ad the many oth symp-
'toms of ladigestion, soon lower the *'se te
tone of the whole system and are
most susceptible to a fatal Illness.
For oerative power In all stomach
troubles, nothing else is as safe yet JA1, M
efecUvie nothing else can be thor. 4!,
oughly rOWed upon to relieve all trou-
bls from Indigestion as i-o-na. It Is
unlike any remedy heretofore knvn
and Is really one of the valuable di4e
coverei In modern science. "
U to IIt the aoets attacks that IaW
ft esc tUh Inurame x oeTs at* ... U]
but the egistant feelings of weak.*
amss, headaches, todigestGs and 0
stlmaseh troubles-thepe things, ply9 3
uslans ay, kill more people thaun i m ] PI
maayf Seg seriousliseases.
To ~eese thli oomeltlo of MI
health. enjoy me's lfood & -yet
never mesr with Inaipestl, a pem T
son theul use Miom steonms tab.
lets. Theb are not a mare dtetos
tablet bft strengthen and restore to
satuW4d Gkm the mM e d Ww a
os aId ftet a complete c e Is eaes
the VMwors r of stoasehb trembl. w
J.,W. lhCollu so Mileel lten I
oat hl M 'under a garstee to .r
afund *t bey unless it 4 all .
s datedt for It.


ask"& ~ aNotive. Trethft W o.M
1cafm. 31AY 1.-A disPUtabto'"b
voy IWI from SlaIM ea"" tw do
xveru ~of IndfatoAnIs alve49,8t14q
r1@suu ..te preseat saMMKM"eg
the PeepS..ALI that a o Sil eat
mEntdIsxpectd, moMtaImo, bi
hap" at the local osflelale s -*,~
ing aowl. Thebo 1tow of s ow
fete" seton oof the C01U 5U*Vq
IS UMg mote ig"Wlat. Order,

eeesnd zrW was prevesled aM LeboA
by td mt qln o PA"


)M flooded

6pelnded to
S60omng
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railway t MF ,'




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od the prop ua, of a smli te.*
idlerabie w blown ow
6 ad bny Ott Tf wer u
&Ud Mlonday6 g a
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WORLD-.W i AOk PILOQ IPA
english Edif1 for Mpre ini
thed *0aid Pese.
New Yor* 1I .-Wmlli ,.
Stoal, the B h editor anLd m
Or, told Sundyi at thl Y. M. 0. A,
meeting of 1 latest plaina lrbt
spreading of the cause of peaoe a
arbitration ito a odresst w hMOh Yw
announced at last public apper'
ace In his *e at visit to Am.I*
ca. He now pl" a wrld-w ids sie
pilgrimage, to t11e0sl peace lle
or nuclei 1 ilU the fmportsat etUaet
of the world As a prelimlana~ry
tail he wls t4o hve 1.,000.90
raised. Hi sy this will be perfect,
ly easy to iit proper appeal is
made, partlelp to the young lolks
of this county ,
, This prooleattlo shows thelm*pr
Jemoon of Ir. Stead's proposition for
a pilgrimage though various couAn
tries of Europe, winding up at the
Hague, wheri the next conference Is
to asemble oa June 15.
WOMRN PAY MORE.

Why Insurai mpani si Disorlmi
nate Agal"i eGntio Sex.
Medical *amerIs t insurance
ompanles saythattthe reaoa woman


CLARA E.DARMSTAO'
skleace, and my ft wer so IMJ|
rdlyr nd I look two botm"of
W =14g VetabeCump ue
r"y wr L Mamai m y*h d wo
without yoarwmemdIoianetbss I
U oe girl what d B

SMisas Clara Darmstadter, of
Mikenridge 8t..Bualo, N.Y., wrl
Dior Mt. PlnkhaLM --
Oftr about a yar, 42000 during t*hl
tsq months, I mfered with ge e
moatb, with b ackm sand
tSM bluokmso bad T3aI
w m to l U11youin t w


Ifyotknowofmany
S sIokad needs
a her to address Mrs.n
at, Mass., and tell her .
or sm ptoms, and to *kee
bak. hswill receive ada
lately free, from a soiue that
iwal n the experiences of
II, and It wllif follow.
m the right road to a stmB,
,d happy womanhood.
Lydlse Pikhsaa tVea
Coipoand mado from *stl
ad bres aurs where ot
kMwoor of actual cu hi In Wvery PWt.oath
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| ary let y tunawy 14,
boo a0.,fta T.-r *.qs I
a aweo boy:a d 5 yara, a killed
by a run wm is& in t the
the DMbertb hotel Saturday. bagy
ree wea 4"aolihed and the i1m
(for over the borwMtoe he was l th
feet, s r et.
m.' Confederate Veterans' Reuon, RIi-
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Tilt- 'e"4 n 'mend, Va.
T wdays 7 SeSboard Air Line, an noea s
of I |low exesdon, rates from a Floridas
W i n' d oa. points, Aade one cent 'per til to
sa tk Richmond, Va., and return aseount t
"4 01-. a trbel wi the rnl-tkts on sal ~M6
her W 6 dy It h edfor cold 27, 28, and 80th. The aboard
in ` i litmbs. operates double daily serv tfro. m
p ,# for i l ed1 sth 11 Tampo'Jadksonvile and otherrtorlda
S a 4po'tat, xtrai through Pulma sleep-
M^^", 'a ad day coaches hate. bee ar*-
s. lto ranged, so all may le made oomfort-
b' Alres4d1ooun ohtl Vt Pable.
t oevera cnap, adi it ; UIn order to plow their patron to
t will pseaet ^to a vielt the jausbtown Expostion, the
Alasbam L 4Itive Committee Invs. Seaboard wil honor return portion
.* 5i2dyed ai poi- tltng the Matter. of Richmond tickets from Portsmouth.
Wleds a b tl May lt. Moat.ot r, Ala., May 7.-Alleg- The total round trip rate from some
W eowdt W aid all report lag that ttfe eges i fertilizer tnrut of the Important points it IFlorida
gt ti fn operitkin tn Alabama, a legislative are a follows:
IM b at of Nail IMoon was committee bean work Monday to ln- Jacksonville $13.751 Apopka..... 16.70
U"ttflf Wveatisale It.' It is headed by Sefta- Lake City... 13.756 Orlando.... 16.70
SAs h ooe aaln, after tor M. L..Latth, who asserted In the UJe Oak.... 13.7 1 DadeCity... 17.05
vgyt toher mother in Lake senate a few weeks ago that fertilizer Madison .... 14.001 PlantCity... 17.55
of the same grade and excellence Monticello.. 14.05j Tam1 .. 17.55
I aA d tiwo daughters of made at Florenee, Ala., cost the Al- Tallahassee. 15.45- Manateo.... 18.50
guests of Mrs. Ribbon abama armer as touch as that made nesville1..15,16 ,Plm ... 18!650
at Baltimore. ie ch and Ocala ...... 15.756 Bradetown, 18.60
tad Mrs. Aste W leks of T*n- he will prove that a trust does ex ..18.70
ame herevistingJro.W H. let, and force, the farmers to buy no t r.... 16.55j arta.... 18.70
are here t rs W.. only inferior goods, but those at Tavar .... 16.70
high price. While these rates are announced
andMrs.Benjamin Wetsei Ffty-ovd4 witnFe.es have been stimn for the Copfederate Veterans they
ls tainted quite a nume r of rooed, and the wlole matter will be ar open to the public.
mp4a last Thursday erenang, 1o gone Into
of Miss Atlanta tudaUll Those -- -----onento.. The Seaboard has,ssued a very
t potted a very pleasant time. Jailed After Months of Preedom. attratve and expeste folder de-
UAlsl- Hamilton. of Joneaville Cordole, Ga., May 7.--eorgeDun. voted entirely to this occasion. Cop.
shopping Tuesday. drick is again in a cell in the Jail of le of ethib folder and other Informa.
Mrs. 0. D. May enjoyed a Crisp county after several months of tion can be obtained on application
plesant outing at Worthington freedom, from the bends of the law. to any Seaboard Agent or to
Deputy Sheriff H. F. Musaelwhite IL C. BOYLSTON, Jr.,
da. on and M with his special deputy, l. A. Par. t general' Pasaenger Agent,
to Dutton Saturday. Miss er, have just returned from s J so e,
Visited tto Saturday. Angmles, California. with the prison. "i I, ,
tu dstill bas been visiting or after a amooth and interesting trip.
S 'the' pasttwo weeks. Bundrick is greeting his friends and THE PIOPLE ALL
I oLeod and aeteen visited former acquaintance. pleasantly. Hlie
Monday. seems glad to get back home again. Ia Chorse cred, Otve Vis NewbWe'g
tQUale QbeKrt, visited her despite the fate that awalt him. It Be rese.i
Iqt. Ditan, Monday, return- will be remembered that George Bun- This word of late has been in every-
Sdrick was tried. convicted and sen- one's mouth, and mavy are w'nder.n,'
S alt',"r. wif ed little son, tenOd for the murder of Joha Shrou- hut the word siatfle, though no one,
home Sat y, after a few der. h; let b-:1R fco' H PCo IS do, the wn:.
Mit hert with friends. Indlgion o Wt0, for the Information q thou.at lo:
SGilOUbert of Lake City was here who lice to knor al abo- t a *o d
ita Ind. With Its oomp-al-oa, heart burn, thing, we would say that HEP.PIjCCT
.rjarnweU o s wasM a guest taulese, torpidit of the live, con. n"" etroytr k n r-."o
Sdter. Mrs. (6Oela, lunday. station, palpitation of the heat. e"s caues by various eretpbe par-
m r1. Howel I[ a hbenO sa antt an poor blood, headache and other ner- a..iit. A similar microbe ctuis an.-
ece of several the New vou symptoms, sallow skl, foul druff, Itching scalp, and falling hair; this i
oINwtIgu. oesive bethad a lon t)he microbe that NEWBRO's H IERPI.
lea. tongue, offend breath ad a legion (' promptly destroys: after which the
of other ailments, Is at once the most hair grows. Sold by leading druggitaM.
Novel Scheme Proepas. widespread and destructive malady Send i0e. In stamp for sample to The
CiWa" May 7.T-4Ch ia U to Mo the American people The Her- Woerpicda Co, Detroit. _I.
Ve reniularly esbdtbi 4 eyatm of bie treatment will cure all these 8w "1- &' -f Aets.
other's clnis for ibe a troubles 500 bottle Bold by W. M. J. 8. Bodford A ., Spelal Agets.
Sof parents in the care ot chiles. J ..
Was have bpon pvaiNo" Etr the 3E. I MoLA TIN
Idas IIn which Ihis noVte hee(.Is onor e enferred. *
be Inaulnra eod and buildtla ope61 St. Pe-tersburg, May 7.-Among the Practic
il will be begun wthif a amoath. Wister honors announced Monday,
SBaron Ro n. QUe Russian ambasadoi Cabinet-Maker
Turklsh Battalions Wiped Ot. I t the Vulted States. reed t U
Imedoe. May .--.t S taao-e order of the Whlite Dakle aid Bljrom M s Ma ist.S.
da In bert. second, seretary of the It P.*
Monday In a splelal dapatel fulls h g enaney at Wialtgto,. iillT
tAtlopi that sern battallos rated with the order of tease c all kid o
urlkish trocp havre pr, tically the third cdass. N. Pokottlet.- the (see Farmisuag
Ma anutlhlated during a battle with Reslan mlni t'r to ia, is made s to olde s
,,tw sto hlsa. is IuJBi a V
0ba Arabia. The. oem Il1 is Romtovitsa. who. with M. ko- sateed. CalnPd.
of he Turkish foroe i Uen i, was at the Portsmoth peace d as before
Vor )ea%_teo become. a Coaetlor i tS .-
2 Stop Grumbling.. A
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ftf er from RheumatiUsm or if Yeou De ________...___.
'or Balard's Snow IUnimet bauet the Aret Urnme m raem
qulek rollet. It is a sure sad yse e l w- et inaat sratt. The
SIe r .ta Rh nteatism. Con- greatest Dar rugitt. A pI OS WI NOUSE
sand all palnasend car for 0labamMAtte AR BI S O
gemah of a1L Prioe c. tarns. Chl an dt l lve sanauine.ss
*1lp antn. Tenas a Te.. Mr,. o0 rml t mV T-s-w. wetSa
neod alUlarsd's ebow "My wif has bs h WU m lh LAN T rAfP N,
bay tfr yea. and herne sa.d aU& ... f er a
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ABSTRACT..& REALTY COM PAN

E. Be VOYIIE. XGR.
Abtoinew of Title W full* o~a~afupbbed regarding laiackit
sounty. Out Mautjapglvh~dv In this ounty thirty jeart and
1#,thorughYl goeanS with land titles.


FIRS, ACCIDENT, BURGLARY AN4D IDEMNITY INSURAN&CE. Bert
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Irln', Sarden Med aid Fertilizers.
SOUTI SIDE SQUARE. I GAINESVITT. E. FLUOKI
Bighess market priee paid for Chiekene. rgg sand other Proice
A Complete stosh ot Hay Corn, Oa, Flor, Bran, Meal, Cottun .eed MN
and Rye. We handle onl the ERY BEST goods at he LOW.
ET PRIMSE. and aMAs atlton always ,


IIVE OAK, P ER ui pr R0AILR 1
Sohedulo Eff tl. April 30, 1900.


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COemeeglon gad* at DOWUM park or go %uajoSo &W ftrem Ljv e (,l, l
A Iltousand Mayo Jumlotgq.for Mayo..Allm an ftfalsmaeulc poinm'
or In~formatiu all.to .aee01modm "Wdt~mhewmeepmmeor ciolVtj.cTcr7
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aprdispry a JICOB.Wek Sun u eli
-r, pibliIsd ewy a

.c,, State and geetal. tiid w IU^
Wp fred to I y orb
fc sy Pa rtforal, ;zW" ..
*I rtientsf bileos bAveus aet s
of advrtitertr uUB g"/* 'i
cot. pitntilocal s u
ordisplredwt pay for sdwttiOhtl35


dlse Teae Eat ty a 5
O eertising bills it tO




Secretary Loeb's buyd> oN
She can bear? He is lo in fo
er job.

I0 New York PreOss declare tU
Fairbanks boom is a dad rost

dent Roosevelt's JalSftowV
ch was a surprise b6uftas thew
wnothiug surprising IntW -
nems to make all the dl Reae
te world when as. army eaua ,r
BIN a Poultney Bigleow eportl.
|uator Penrose's visit to the Ptet.-
ht was on velvet*footed beds of
tery ease both comn' and gola'.
No newspaper correspoasdent has
D wen killed for desectatong tev
moonlight of the White House
conferences.

ter Mayor MoClellan. and Tam.
get through burying the hatchet,
will no doubt try to bury a few
eir political enemies.
Mars Henry" says he loves his
folks best of alls and he can
sweet life his home folks love
Henry" best of l1.
As a statesman, Senator Foraker
outtedly ranks high, but In the
tof politics, he seems posesed
lt ungovernable desire to trump
I Partnh.r's ace.
It11 nt might be well to withhold
hi am of the shipbuilders who are
1 o! using putty rivets on bat-
P. until we hear whether it Was
Wh grade of putty.
Tbe nobles of the MystiUe Shrine
SPairbanks across the hot ad4,
I is o be best bet that the sands
r considerably cooled after the
-a T'hf.tbrg had wended his way.
- -


* I,- -.;1b has not been in enough
.". :,' tfl perfectly able to
r a himself If the IPOUve
S: band wagon sO a ld get
'^r :,r, while running at hih


he 'dthat tho Pret4d t
%Ca 'u(tion between lua


II /
S." a Club are asto d t
l* ffotr to let g Ia sil

S' +"Siith of Georgia bha
W'ile in Dtrope he
S,. J *'' aiiy of the crowned
":.u., he wlU not go O
L ...*.-..t .t if the crowned
( : 'lilng on him.
----.. . ...i a
h fInslar Afars"
S.: .rJre out jut wa t&
m, b :b hold the n=MAlip .
U r t more to tahe pyO
L '+ .gve a5 an -e en1
"Id C o ft to I* gO of


b a7 t A
Ever do" s
the~~ e


th Ion etL 1ernd on.d
o n enWr- meant to rde o
d.Accoun.t o lor.ccount of Ft -.
; tr wars oabur- ward, Moyet
Sbtreqoey. No members of t
Swill remove, ng trial in 06 W th at of
S esres of war Gbvernor 8 Pre t
h are pretty thoroughly inbred has referred- i me mesn tIn of
Sa. The 11 only 7 pc l work for his letters a a i4rdolrable olttiasl
Speae ies It developing te anes' classing thea along with I. IH. HK
Snow* at our disposal for dealing wth man and tugeeh ti bsu which wa
Sthese causes and for prevent as in itself aliok epotagh to make 4a,#
auy 'confIto as present conditions class of moen hot. 'th more tdI-
Swill permt. It is significant that'the cal among t labor me. were qpui
recent Peace. Congress In New k to seize o opportunity to. appal
S0ty gave but msant comfort to the to the labor')MIouo all over the eoat*
i ala" 'dM that its platform 4dalt try for end4e4ent an rebuke to
owa t exa talvely with propositions the President. However, the apeol
SIt i reasonable to expect may has fallen d.ededly lat. An example
be 1t Up by the coming Hague of how It was received was gtivn Ia
.* oqt Oee-, Her~ we see the work a meeting of the Central Labor Union
d of soam of the more conservative and In Washington. The resolution of
therefto more effective peace agen- sympathy with. Moyer et aI a-_d
-cles. ,among them the Lake Mohenk of condemiaatlo for the Predl
SConferecea on international Arbitra- dent was never put at all. The Oa1lo
I
' tion, which thirteen years ago bar. contributed 5, toward the *xpe
Srd war and peace from its disous- of the murder trial which was tale
stone cestering them on the develop- enough, but further than that Ignored
Spltte &M aI iPo oUtion of International the matter altogether. Organised i-
arbitration. This conference has had bor has never figured seriously In
to smill Influence in shaping the senUti American poitica, and itl.t has not
r -ent now manifesting itself in Hague risen to the p1int opportunity, it is
on6feresces and treaties of arbitra- not likely to 40o o.
tod. Working on exactly the same
pribiples, the Interparliamentary Whoever twe le Never Old.
SUniosh haa become the foremost in- When life s bbeeno well spent, ae
ternational Instrument of peace. The IS a loss of 10W it can well spare
ends of peace 4o weU to follow the nuwcular Rt~qth, organic Instrtct,
Sample of these bodies, recognizing gross bulk am worLk that belong to
that a tngle war prevented today may these-hut the central wisdom, which
hatps be re to the world's advant- was old In In t s. Is young to four.
0 thapsc t sore years dropplng ofobtrue.
ag than the most elaborate prepara- tlons, leavr happy subjects the
i ton for.unlyersal peae a dozen or a mind purified 8I4 wise. I have heard
hundred generations Ibence. that whoever loes ist In no. condition
old. I hnve bear thit whenever the
kAeresentative Matthews, the dis. name of mIa is spoken the dgetrine
'lgaisaed gentleman from the county f mortnltye mode. It cleav
of Marion, has won the sobriquet of toit s cortItidno. Tohe mode of it
babies our wit, and no whisper comes
the bald headed reformer. is to us from the their de. But the In.
remark was oCeasioned during the ference from the working of intellect,
arly days of the session because of hiving knowledge hiviLg skill-at the
ths energetic efforts of Mr. Matthews end of life jast. ready to be born-at,
n reforming the railroads and champ.- Arms the Inspiratlons of affection al
Inning the desirability of enforcing ot tbe mnoral s ntiment.-Ralph Walo
the franchise tax bill in the lower Emerson in may on "Od Age."
House. That Mr. Matthews is one of Ftf
the heavyweights of the House. passe Hotess-h, proteor, have't you
without contradiction. He 1is one of brought your wife? Profem or-Thet
the most affable gentlemen you can I rkew I'd forgotten somethlngl-
meet fn a day's inspection of the Cap* Punch.
Itol. He takes inactive interest in
all pending legislation and when he Pesrtl of Great Priee.
rises to apdr" his colleagues a "Your wlfel teeth ar like pearls"
any subjiet*e .remarks attract us- "They oubt to be. I pad for them
divided attention. Instantly after the at that rb "--Tter.
reading of te resolution to have the
Lake City sch ool buildings inspected
by a committee of the House, the
speaker's attention was attracted by II
Mr. Matthews, who for thirty minutes I
spoke in opposition to the measure. "lhd ommo ,so o odlJ I mem0
Withos8 Sheiol. &irwsvtrla"M -P 15 .dad wl
"What Is the need of making a law torm i liver usw he.dbo. Now slaI taking
C.emes fandp CathCart e I feel v**rymab bem r
during one session of the Legislature i *ll reter ecommead Shm tS t r o beaos
n-A r A&e -t -ave another t a have oteI Tr>-.
nd repealing it at another, queried ,tis., IaMm.." .
eAp hasitial Rabort IMs 3.1, alt Rt.".
the former Consul to BraMil. "The
Buckman bill abolishing these ioatitu. .
tons has become a law and It is a
good one. This Inspecting idea Is
only a ruse to have another State
school located at Lake City and I am
After a spicy peeoh by Mr. Knight
of Columbia defending the moral at.
tamed Mr. Matthews by a vote of s n .1. !I4.,.
almost two to one as the bald headed ^^S^X ^ or 7031 UbI- M .
-b*leltg emedy Co., Chim* eri T, n
reformer gently stroked his curly Am mc Si ll M u i IU
lo c k s a n d s m ile d a t h is co lle a g u e M r . __ ,., . .
W artm ann. r .. .... ..
"Give us Culbersom and Carmack; CAP U D INs


a pair of naturaiorn scrapperr and I E It I*w' f
tall-timber stmers that can sweep r P'--
the deek and swipe the offleers," Ns.
Shouts the psaaugmS Austin state. *are$
pan Thet old M d dies, but never
sr l *n-.- .,
MINANDWIERM
StAi or Ouo. Cm orw Toumo, ( 10see r*neMe
Lu.= Cerq ( "' i. d .*Whq qi"
rank J. Chemey mM o that .ae LorS
he is M ertM f the of seatorfl
. -.r # ,,,,to. PAM

paye s o m e S inored Dllan-
ftr each sad 00a eam o fOr t
tat easolot b eal by them of'
MWalFe t arrh C~

is my preses, tdiA 6th ay o DO
at er. A.I D. .r
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m~qt eaM has ~~a ON armems, 5erbantis and .,hqs
*t~.ab~emlJ*~51 aeaZia**tomakin @affa Oiecion~s Do so


- Floxd.CIO


POTR BLOCINSUAN ESVILLE FLORA
'"ORTR BLOCK 4 GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA


Fr I. fe and Aoc id.e nt-


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Ip the oldest an
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May 30th to June 3rd


IV


Line


SMcketa o n Sale day from May S3th to 800L
elusive. Rate for thl o.0c00oon Is *18,76 fr
Jacksonville for the round trip, or virtually <
cent a mile for distance traveled,, with correpo
ingly low rates from all points. Extension
limit to July 6th can be obtained by deposit
ticket with Special Agent and payment of I
cents at time of deposit.
For full information and Pullman reservat
write or call on FRANK 0. BOYIS'TON, Disti
Pmenger Agent, Atlantic Coast Line, Jacks
ville, Fla.


SEABOARfD

Air Line Railway

SAVANNAH, OXMbIA, CAMD"E, I
THEN PIN RALEIGH, RICHM
WASHIM N, BALTIMORE, P
ADL .IA, NEW YORK."


Two ihI%=t Trawiu *

SEASOARD EXPR R'
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i time o tb9Wa- 1 wAU
at O tW-to t

atI tb n ts wor out

the ie ot a river*wat
I only rft oe t was that
i sidouer had ket a om tbis
to let aMy GUA Pws oe bad
R Louis, ad foAt thebW ohe
bone to a triad:
my wife to St Lootusas oos
mn get radyr, Go into the
tBr bout, as ~Mdi t a oomb
tv.uw rWAaAo*elia ia
L Bri that box with you. Do not
It or allow any o0e to Ce it.
-IIt lmin tsrefotn oi0 6 fWat and
It there ti you reach t. Louis.
B P-y an expaum."
m9t y mcl St. teL his it
for tO msdde and upoM
it he took It at one to his
Ho opened It In the presMeo of
Swita and his friend and showed
a bautlfNl model of the White
walait and pine several feet long.
a saw he cut It to pieces nnd
a Itothet reduced it to kindling
.io, ld have dne that at home jupt
lUw, illy," Maid his friend, "and
the eupona."
abut I should seve hav been
tao ets seen om the dhleve-
of the J. M. Wht, V M hoe record
i ever equaled uanti the a. L L
It to three days, *elbghtee hours and
IaaunteS tweatypI yeare
S* was wise eouh not to try
and by deoti the last
kept the actual plan oa te boat
soecret.-Youths Companle.
Already Proved.
A yoM A tan who had abhttld a
e stonneae from a bet very
Well relative dieled to liv oa
Ocile commensurate with his pretty
d Income and waS aSala ar-
aement* to bull t f e uaaele,
an automobile ad anvest In other
r luxuries when a *ederM t
who had always bes emt of bhi
Tvnhis undertook to aemoastrate
At him.
F"Whata this I bear abaet year
squandert n the money yow UehJ left
yu.t Harry said the elderly tWtL
1"I am not going to squander It" be
red. "but I'm got to get abe
out of IV."
It's enough to make him ture ower
his grave. Didn't your unele pemve
'1l own case that a man coeM ad e
Spersonal expenditure of leoe thab
a year?"

be proved It so thoroughly
It as demonstratM. What
t my continuing the experi.


LeW Wat.
bow oWl are your
K~be4mes eare old.


my


n wk, won eWOty yeasn
1 What a m tye yw
ALt&tornmN


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tossid tbhat


ox t he unkliv e(
the o' mplcyer WO
He ~cowiaol

I ~ ~ ~ 'M" ~aS)~W su him W
we S l*PUr w~tAMd I Jus
went alow 0004 viedI Itms b ohm led
it s ame-ordscmet

4,f 1w bialhmsly uk
ad bertr01d4 forcing fthecoductor, C
bwI h car so that she might slight
it WerOGMr and fit the sawe tim
bwa the answer.
Be bd m=%' was the reply.-4hil-


AIACHUA COUNTI I
Alashu eosoaty a 0,40 sero in
ares, hu I1 miles slrl L00
mil es wages veal, poaoee
123 publa eehos phoopae.
Dau 10, saw *llb, M ower
Sdlleee eots, soola, flee, egear,
ea. rye, potaOms. pln l Or*
Sagee, pea. e, pa l pe
els, a&M all htids oire


4w ~bepocue



Hasby3ilt ohoe havig thm

oh*= Mg decision ise h


e thsm tie foliowlag; our
pe~1e wit an Ulem of af orou-8de.
f,*. tO t sand'.other cos1Intk"s
~ In iebu~s4.an o0Ppottty Ifor
tejamestown Zvosmton.
ma rmsgin whereby
t06100ftPoAs'ls of tickets reading
~amdaus boasted fr&M





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Two ntiecae tt "r a wno to
psift at ~dy.rTauhms. toe, wion
oa.W th we pleh ay fat.197

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3A&KEI MATBZIW & BAX?33,
SATTIO1J6ET&A.ALAw,
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and Southern Lint


P4A IAX, OSTON anid
F~A amwwM mmun4 points,
~ ~ m~'Oit(roa &both ways,

fouthbcaond,' Pod ......r~Votila therine .t.. Jac'o,1j

ClVi. $t M I*=.Iv Line
B3titooss JA~c5Ug 1160 a and SAN I'rORD
WPIAgS w&as &eto A009 .140 IMkDLend), and Ilmtrmeclate Lazoj

-8tesmer 1C0MY0OP J'AOKONVILLE"
Is appotle~d Wsosill Utollows: 146O J'IOUkmTlle6, Sundaye, Tuesday,.
1buQ*dnvs8:00 6 ..s-VA ( I ISveSSanford, Monday#,
SOU100as, yta4 980 M
Real ap.
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A~u................1.01
Ar o6SOa .......@ge ....... :
L%121112 ND I0Kjej MUW.2.&Y ST., JACKSONV'1LI
U. Immuvem,3J.1 A. 0.,?.A., J"Iksonvlle, Fl-a.-
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ja7~T~iii.,FPlot-JIMrW R., New York,
0. No Unrom, PA. o., 0. 0. BROWN, 0. P. A.,
2m Droadprsy, FNew York.
Le D4 Joing ,To Fe Apo L. A mscuoDs, 0. A.,
joetbonfvI. Fla'. Lessburn, Fla.
w.. i Ia, J V.s tA*, nvMu"Mc, G. F. A.,
&k&6onuTllsFla. ha, ier 8 N. R., New York
0. P. L0v&.Low. IAJs tasonville. Fla.
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#100 forth*

as defenRat
until the WatqulT
$omiUsio8 )Awin

'sits will be bsm(
Ssbowing that wMI
from the stq
ta and installed
tt Sla".. and an i .
Ti'fanY Fav'ilO
i. Sanderson & 0-t.
the bullt1ing commisltoS I ,.
niacber, former superltOa t-t
r.dand buildPfngs, aie *o
e mlvolved.
,,e t',tnlny also shows that b VU
more elaborate of the $1, .O00
b of lighting flxtureO sW.( s b
uriasl gold, the bulk of tbolte -
'Il were1 merely lacquered, the
r p.ocr costing oG-Utenth the
of the former. ,
eh report of the expewtS," wet,
be made to the oouaI R"4 b.i
the public healup tm .Iit
will show that the meamle
*t parquetry floorlai, p"latla
decorating and flttings, wei tal-
ad, that the CoouLPortOfa pr-
o the $2,000,000 moetllie 10T0t11:
wp .u 00 per cant.
SRlief from RhumstlM Plhs. e
oi sudered with rhin' Ib for
tI wo years," an Mr.: SIland
Sa patrolman, of -7 West,
Sometimes it setwted la my
and lamed me so I oema badly
at other times It wald be In
feet and hands so I Ws Intcepa
ted for duty. One night *hen Ii
in severe pain and Ilas from It
wife went to the drMg tore here
came back with a bottle of am-
's Pain Balm. I w V rubbed
it and found the palai bad aerly
during the night I kWpt on
g it for a little more than two
tks and found that It drove the
matism away. I have not had
trouble from that disease O t owve
months." For sale by lU drug

Irations of Rural Dellvely ervle.
Was higton. May 7 .-/te report
Se mli.'cc up to May 1 last, made
:c '.iori day by the fourth aMuetaat
u.1:a~t.r general, shows that the
a nuri.-b~r of petl.ions for the mer-
ic ree(+iv4 ui) to that date, was
"7. qpon which 15,537 adverse
lP.r:sv hai b'en made. There are i
So'ra'iorn ,7.597 routes, served by b
IT, rgii:ar carriers. A balance
f s.'.".4TS r-mainn of the appro. j
Si,-n for new servi4 during the4
lrrt, fiscal year.
Alabama Insuranee Report,
Notc on.ry, Ala., May 7.-A pre-.
Iina.y rppor of the varoua least
TFrarI,, written in thetatefo the
7er erdfr.= fncember b 1, 1a0T, l* (
, o: fr,,rri the ofole of PFrak N.
"n.a., ir"anr. commileeoner. om..
T*P! ,: l>. )ity (Corimlhufo-er Albert'
.* !x'.., It ishws that the p 4
Sr ...twelve month. receive
mounted t9 P.S 7. s.,
:' :.a., over the prow
,, v. *"* :;39.
Do You LOV e
iy: -ou wonder whhe erl5f '
1r "'.,: Walte's ar Vse |
S-nd h, @ i. newer l 7.
k';e v hge Gorin., ad te
Itkrow it. White's C kUS |Ui-
Iw Ct!io(hild of wora ml a de m


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which will be opened by BROS. An their
Southeast corner of the ^aren MAY let, 1901.'


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Account in the new bank
to store building on the


E SUN Prop T iv Away $1,0 in C
To stimulate the great, gatid cause of Saving y There are hundreds of
GainesvIlle people who never save a dollar; they nevW think of the 'rainy day"
that is certain to come t9 all. To ave pare change or a part of oune earnings is
all a habit, which, once acquired, become aty to ooftinue, and before you know
it you have a snug sumin a reliable bank--and this bank will give ybf interest
money twice each year so that'your savings are really earning money for you.
Everybody has friends or acquaintances ywho have been more or less sucessful in
a financial way, and in ainety-five out of every hfidred of these instances the
success that perhaps nIaiqs you envious was started by the bank savxTin.habit,
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AND SUBSCRIBE TODAY FOR TE 8EMI- WSKNY 8t N FOR O
YEAR, OR FOR THE DAILY SUN FOR THREE MONT8, AND GET.
YOU A HANDSOME POCKET SAVINGS BANK AND 25 CENTS.'
SEMI-WEEKLY SUN 81.00 PER YEAR; DAILYSt *U45 FOR THREE
MONTHS.
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Every person renewing their subsoription to The Semi.Wely B for 'one yi
Daily for three months or who subcriwbee forihe Oahnville 8 e Mlkly Sun for o
The Daily Sun for three months, will be entitled tone of thee hbadmme pocket I
charge and will receive credit at Phifer's SWvfng B lak for 5



DailySun $5..o Per Year; $1,. Por Three

Sem.Weekly:Sun, $'1i Per Ypr


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BRING THIS COUPON WITH YOU AND RENEW YOUR SUBS-CRIP-,
TION TO THE SEXI-WEEKLY SUN FOR ONE YRAR, OR FOiR THEi
DAILY ISUN F Of THREE MONTHS, AND GET A HANDSOMELY
POCKET SAVINGS BANK FREE AND 25, CENTS CREDITED TOd


YOUR ACCOUNT AT -PHIFER'S SAVINGS BANK. SEMI-WEEKLY'
SUN 81.00 PER YEAR; DAILY SUN 01.25 FOR THREE' MONTHS.r
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That NWh uSM
besun.
*.puffs today.
gscUpped At Hne d


, wood for 8sale


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Milling cards In la tl
ofric
g. Malpburs has gone tplqO"m-
Oc business. ..
i typewriter ribbo t t
for 75 cents.
B. Stewrt of Jasper wa t
House yesterday.
aH. Allison of Micano97 wa"
I the city yesterday. '
g. and J. C. B. TholpasM O Wle
are tin the city attending ootrt.
A. Snowden of Mteanopy' w ia
acting business if this oirj s


M. Davidson of Hilgh pri8gs
a business visitor to this oit

nice five-room house for oMt
Apply to W. H. Vannettl,
Gainesville. 0
tice J. W. Smith of Micanopy
in the city on official business
the court yesterday. %
W. Easterlin of High Springsl
returned to his home, after a vilt
a couple of days here.
e'orge Byles,. the merchant of
sor, was among those who spent
rday in this city on business.
Rent-Three desirable rooms
Igbt housekeeping, one block from
Apply 109 N. University 'St
ductor C. R. Carter of the At-
tf Coast Line, with heLdquarters
Jceksonville, was in the city yes.
y.
ve your stationery printed at The
office. First-class work promptly
ered at reasonable prices is our

E. Haynesworth of the town
h bears his name was among
who spent yesterday in Gaines-
on btusiiesns.
you "ant something nice, 'phone
Brt They have just received
Ire lot of bretam, speckled perch
trout from Clyatt; Pla.
Tbos A L.iidmig of Jacksonville is
th. (mtI att-nding court. Mr. Lud-
ks;,t ,-,'ral weeks In this vi-
Sati is well known here.
Mr. a.il Mr,.. (o. W. Davis, well
li d Io;mular people of Haw-
A ,re axmolig those who favored
i'lll with a visit yesterday.
I A Strirkland, a progressive citi-
of hara.,li.v, and one of the I"os
I11 ku~n [ijn in his 8 sectn of
Scout ;as a business V 'itor to
Sit" rday.W
'A .rlarrmni Y. Smith, one of
t ,r iuh lgal lights of this
S ', state, has returned to
.. ... .\lt hua. after a brief
it h're.
S r r'tnopy folks who
Sin Gainesville were
'" 'art(r and J. N. Cralg,
S' tt. ,t of the Atlantic
-: t tlat point.
1-; j' E.. A. Osteen of
t"' ruost eicient and
'.1' ii'* utenaota of Sherml
f ' S' th,. ircult court be"e.
r j,., T, Chesnut and daugh-
have rivretur'si ag
.,, whee they rave
| ', g weeks as gasts
; l" daughter. Mrs. H. 8.


lie

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Because it contains the very
*e3m[ents needed to rebuild
Iwaatng tissues and replace
fblAenems with strength.
WT lra money if it fais" to beneit

.. NJOhnsoh, Druggis


wed .Rinehardt of Wade was in th4
t4y yesterday.
..Blank leases for sale at this office
Paice *2 per hundred.
W. 8. Jackson of -Lake View was
trading In the city yesterday.
SW.,A. McLenna of Waldo was a
busneals visitor to this city yesterday
Justice L. J. Knight of LaCrosse
was transacting business in the city
yesterday.
Little Miss Anna Blair Thomas of
Da e City is visiting her sister, Mrs.
8. A. Leadbetter.
Howard Arnold of Fairbanks was
In the city yesterday, registering at
the Brown House.
If you are particular about the va-
nllia you use you will call for Blue
Ribbon every time..
"Bud" Hamilton of Newberry was
among those who spent yesterday in
this city on business.


, W. H. Hayes, a progressive mer-
chant of Tyler, was transacting busi-
ness in this city yesterday.
For Bale-A new 11-room house;' a
2-room servants' house and one acre
lot. Apply to P. 0. Box, 221.
Captain W. E. Bell of Trenton, mem-
ber of the firm of Wade & Bell. con-
tractors, was in the city yesterday.
Jesse M. Shaw and son, Joseph M.,
and C. W. Wells, formed a trio of
Alachuans who spent yesterday In the
county capital.
E. W. W. Mlllcan of Waldo. one of the
widely known and successful naval
stores operators of this county, was
in the city yesterday.
Friends of Mrs. John Chesnut, who
has been 111 at her home for the past
few days. will be glad to learn that
her condition is improving. ,
, J. E. Futch of Alachua, who spent
a couple of days in this city with
his family, returned to his business
duties at that point yesterday.
W. J. Mathews of Donnie is In. the
city. He is the efficient representative
from his district on the Board of
County Commissiloers, and came to
attend the meeting of the board.
Old established specialty paint
house can use an A-I traveling sales-
man in Florida. Salary and expenses.
To avoid delay give references when
applying. The Eclipse Paint & Mfg.
Co., Cleveland. 0.
I will buy from you or sell for
you, at private s"e or auction, any
household or kitchen furniture, or
sayth ag else you wish disposed of.
Dartng my, 30 year' experience in
this busineas Iv.ceve had one com-
plaint of ot aving gives satisfac-
ion. P. M. Oliver.
F. T. Hemdusoa, the borUeulturist


fr of Arno. was la toe city Monday. Mr.
Sto ''""f da~ spe t la this fmdors, who to W6e of the best
: ', .,o upon the oaWrt posted we a e plan sad fruit cl-
S r.e,. "d to is lre Ia twa In tMe s tets of the tate, has
-, terdy. He ws the wrttMe eSaal valuable ateis for
au O eammpe m.the varkw0 JOwQS I edotO,"" this
t* a c' f n^^ .. & mCe., v -* tWor*tb ._


To". llmoe. utI$, o i.adr

dl As a wah i

^!ik .as **i- aM mia


eemmct asee in that .ee#~! ~tU.1
We wt one thousand do- Stt within the nseat to* wek, No
positors within theaneat sixty mad. s bi "ghur i m bbm
ly t"rid i Tompa To p n
G~oersisest land.t hitl wgZ
w."tast was Da f bed f $A r W a9
WeJ~ silci the account s et
merchaWt'-vcolirpurobo
and U d ivaks m bk MMr..N1W&wI
bat.O~Stillng r. sad Mrs. W.
lwed k depost uegwa& Il ysirdy for
hpimU Lbd-p Ie s M J M o 1 I, M r.
Ofti sr, who A* North, in
Uatb,, was nmftp. bealth. haw.
we 4111 be P pi Wd 6 be sl" mows l .ws"tl
OW, OW fr Owbow"
Sw.bu i bL VWibs fepng to~u-
~~ -upWarne" s .strawgem

Is etty OW OW mahrut at
OW SWW- I* bs susI)M


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JOnly pull e







of Wacahoota, Hpartmen
spent yester .. ,.- ,
C. W. Johl to rt
with the Un s

Argo. Red anti "t
beefsteak at l tIt. per puopd
cause it contains mPuts oorfsbza s
Francis Cello, itmWrly l
of this city but now 4Idiag in Valdoq '.
ta, Ga., is speaking a few days hee _
Mrs. J. M J son and daughter have P
returned from Romoosassa, whb _
they have been on a visit to Mr. Ma- ..w
son. d1
House and lot or oale at a bargain- '
three blocks' 'C016 Presbyteal
t churea. Seven roi s, all modem t
. conveniences. W. SBndin --
e J. J. Haymans, the naval stores 'r stoack troubles, billious eei
operator of Lomoo, after a plhi ,a4 v en stlpatt try Chamberait'~
ant visit to his ,mala y In Bast tGaolM te hand Iver Tablets. M .,,
' ville, left for hip oaa yesterday. m ears have been elfoet
Nathanlel W.' Meadows, a pro uF o salJ by all druggslts. l
snet citizen of Anthomny, Mariond
county, was ha aetty yesterday on ^I S earborough has again a4
business con d with the United cptd a posito, n as salesman at tbo
* States land offte, s store' oat t Brooks. Mr. Scarb
Lost-Bull ,. p, white, ilthblak osg. h it a popular young man in that
Siposition, as 1 Isvery accommodating
spot on ers net to ay. ese mange. yea a ee .
information leading to her whie ohiStol oitAao.
about will appreciated. H. 0. yo h old position.
Kennard, 808 Uaversity street .W. J. Hode, one of the olfast and
There will be a meeting of the most widOly ksiown etismns and buts*
Woman's Gulld'of Holy Triniaty church neas m Pl of AlaoP a. MaS among
at the rectory 6 o'lok th ar t after- those who spet yqperday in Galanes
uoon. There will be balness of im- vlle. Mr. Hodge antil recently was
portance, and ball attendance Is do- conducting a meat market and grocery
sired. at Alachbua, but has moved bsl bus-
imness to Herwnano, where it is b'lng
For Sale-Small hotel and railroad conduct. under t) management of
restaurant combined, all furnished his son.
complete. Situated in bearutslt and h .
healthy village at unction of two The Aaska Packers' Associatio ar
railroads. Doing a nlce, proltable about to introduce the Argo Red Sal.
business. Prie low, terms right. Mohn in this market. Tihey ar the
Taking large hotel in city reason for largest almn eaner ain the world,
selling. Grandi chance for young man eMoynl an army of ,50 nt esa, with
and wife. Write this office. a fleet of over sixty veSrelt, and the
,.-_ Argo Is the choicest Red Salmon
a iepacked. It Is caught in the Icy waters
NWof Bering S' Bea. The flesh is very Arm
of a beautiful red color and dellolous
Ir EW flavor.
Chas. Dell has gone to Oeala, where
Si tut -n he has been summoned as a witness
before the grand afury of Marlo count.

Sela few weks ago purchased from
Davis Williams, a negro. a mare,
whch e wa afterwards proved to be
stolen property, and Mr. Dell is oat
ra- ,the price of the anml. Willisals
will be prosecuted, and Mr. Dell will
Our long delayed bank fix- l one of the prospect w les.
turaes have at last arrived and uMrs. eon hatchae hd Mrs. Jonlt
we are no. open for business. to friends, have ret red to athel
We want YOU-Not some- ,s ue.' They were aoeupanlted by
body ease, but YOU-to start Maiter Phllllp War tmo who wUl be
an account in our Savings De- $elir guest as long as th alre A .
palrment sbled to "k ep him usttis8d" away'
from home. Master Phlll p dla bright

Coomwe n/ow-get l het youth of four yeers.*,1( e sendrsl
Sth favorite with his fried ,
habitat savings part of your Iatts. only by the number of Us we
weekly or monthly earnings qasimtances,
ad it It in our avtings D-. Carptaln A. Paul, speMali aaet
pairtment here it will arm the United States land
ltla tlap. M day for points IS Wc*sdo
S .. m e whewe he expects to rars rovm dto e
No win mail ryou l nexth two or ti thero.e Wiiam s
ladep ndnt as a aloe Beak MIat Captaim Paul is andMr.aDo dll i.l
Accoant deue for some very gwaat (


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ao" for mechanics combine
k apy style that is wanted,
aslty of leather that Lure
ar-aJ the price isu right.

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