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 9, 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: VID01108
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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t tnd by man-
11,80* tO e. /T ,. .In ~ the IMnes-
glowedV a rat s Prom our
camps o a asooey .V0 a surrounded
by seven tou aig wt to ascend-
ed toa height wker6.ESopped to take
pbotographs.i a t ilst was increas-
lng, whil M 'kman climbed to
a peak t8,000 ft above the level
of the sa.
"Only once was this record brok-
en, when I climbed the Chosgo Ln-
ga gstacer, l3,94 feet. During the
last fve days of our climb, the at-
mosphere was so rare we were unable
to sleep. "
"Avalangbes In the Alps were min-
latures compared with those we saw
in the Himalays. Some were half
a mile wide and plugged down the
precipitous sippes with a terrific roar.
It was appalling to grandeur. I
managed to hmake important scientific
records.'
The Workmans found-a people of
Mongolian type at a lhelght of 10,-
000 feet giowlag rye, wheat, oats and
barley, and even at 12,000 feet they
maw a vlllae where human beings
were llvlng la huts with white goats,
fowls, armots and strange animals.

NARROW IOSAPI OF CHILDREN.


collie e ,h a sbool auther- Mloreants Relk a Train of Pickniok-
i lbotland the odsuftoon are Near Washington.
Ittog the parti1atwon in
owmluate ad no nWashington, Ga., May 7.-Just ts
that unless t artre. out hthe train of the Washington branch of
Y!S ? Chat uales#Itoarr/I, out
n onlrollla the td the Georgla Rallroad was pulling out
all the overtime t theliaer- from Hillman, a small station about
owmtets will b wlnwithdroawn. 10 m4les below Washington, in Tal-
i wilaferro county, ome unknown par-
.t i .Ny cS... v nAN tie rocked thO traln Saturday nlght.
J ON oOne of the missiles crashed through
t gg .)eand Prp. a window, striking Hltyer Johnson,
SYork, Mt y J.- Arm wit T. Jobhson, 6 this city, itonfitlg a
'and gU ed bye squad of po- very painful though sQt serious wound
ted A- hi stomach.
I m lssioier of Publi Works As There were about 100 boys and girls
Ihtanoero u~ Wro'e th tran at tha tima rturnink


*Vliek, of brooklya, defended
'Slrf avenue, the manl thor-
of Cooy Island Monday,[
ped every part of aay kind
IMtuH stayed or alga which *x-
beyond the property line.
o the ladignant owners pro-
o. da fountanls were obopped
Sfrankfurter staedi wer torn'
overha5sagn signs were pull-I
and the 0dose dithreat
d~ devices which line the
ihom end to end, wee n filed
trueCs an d rri away.
*i the raiding bad been qorm.
th& avenue looked as though
ad swept through it, ta.e
if ay everything nearer than M
0 t he curb line. At east 30
Sload of material were hauled
I Te tlo of the owners of these
Mde will be ooelderble. as many
'lhea paid extremely high rates for
p privilege of salt alat their
W within easy rea~h oa h un-
Sthousands of pople who pa*
Burf avenue during the asem.

UnitaPlan Oenferiw e.
Team. Ma I.--T
fterence of toe altalta
areed here TeeeaI te'
obehr. Delegate ae i
e trm every m aety hi Is
ad prominent preaomrs amd
bars tromthe north. Dr.
MaWoS, of Pitsburg, Pa. 4t,-
fhe arsat ptrbUc lecture.

Perished In Flames.
SP.. May 8.-A -mthe
her two chihlre were burse" t
lateMondayt ght In a fire thatl
e0 a bbqk of houses occuploed
namiles at BoOir Brook, a'
Tvlage ear hre. Tbe dead'
ms Mrs. Joseph DItcavey,
:Ota iser. The children


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from the annual Baptist Sunday
school picnic at Hillman, and It was
almost a miracle that no one was
more seriously hurt.

Case ef Albert T. Patrick,
New York, May I.-The American
Tuesday eays that Albert T. Pat-
rick now serving a life sentence for
killing Millionaire Willtam M. Rice,
ta 1900, Is contemplating asking for
a writ of habeas corpus oa the ground
that he was tricked nate withdraw-
Ing his application oter an appeal to
the United States supreme court while
he was under death sentence and asc-
epting commutatiou to life Iapria-
oamest from late Governor Higgins.
The announcement is made on author-
ity of Mrs. Albert T. Patrick, wife
of the prisoner, given la a long sign-
ed staemat wbMth the Anmer an
s~inbisies. ______,
Rester and M Id ln Custody.
barasea lake, N. T., May s.-It
to reported that t e Rev. J. K.
Cooke, late of R omeWted, L. I,.
has been tabes latq enody at Utr-
aane take. Aoerdlag to the ac-
*ebt, the arrest was made by do-
tectvwes employed by a prtvate age-*
*'y. The local aUtherlits at Iar-,
ea Lake denied kwledge of the
-ass.


Irsh OunasiH E.
ILmaes. May 8.-4'e I d oM
b, the object of wMob bl to Mo-
S or the hetablishmeIt sa tMi*.
-a f at a a slaltrativeU 4 e a at
btUa. was Inatroduced In the bo M
ot m aims Tueeday ateraoe by the
Wae mestary for IrelaMl. Mr. lr-
nto. beal a" adledee ~o
rowad ovry ooreor of ihe bioum.
eins'-i 'e Bsv-eht.
Wasaa May C-resiosli
ThepOore Ostes t was etloeed as
bomorary vIe president at the aev-
esty-alath &aml metingo of the
AmeOrteas Seamba's VNds' aossty
Momaday. Preidost Roosevelt. It was
eaid. madeohei eat *te -epegb
hram a y ang ma'. mta newty


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of WndAPo etUO4Mt*, ha. qoUr-
~kritsar, ab~ out16masIe rM

SBritish India, Mai S.-'Fhe
ijand ooleges of Raq'pl, wbich
*1ItedVtithe 1JU*er~ty of
I.have beeuqcuo'44b otbeft
agitz ovathatntNogv.
tq toke drsecs-


p~aw~ayivans a mbuiary, the &*So 4 ,OftJ sb.A
sItof tam b" 5~- eas"Xk. tvra out" s po the m w bw YOMa WostW W'
isloked Is AUoplasty. an wo bm asshatrcaw MDau* optrtM V.S islea and ttPU"
usR1 tat" 55wIved be sam e anad e)m~ .:A *.at".as. 5 yaf' 10
md albs thm we slow aboMackm s wefts.1 --afty
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Sdm. ieUp Wif torl pBee Paying T aller
V. ,w140a u& 1 ; 4wW Been Found Guilty.
dinner wft his ok ktw mone19
1NOINtakI |S RPORTSo KILLa>r sa' 1* a s I-THE VERDICT REGARDED AS J
~Prio- .o to l, to atei uoft Amr- --- -
r H p the North Coast e Toba o Mr. Chisolm Said That He Was Nt C.
Limited Train on Northern Paolfle e Myers Tobafc o ompSyp, iy, and Never Had Been, When H
SRailroad with the Object otIoeurign 4aola. He wha ipttted tb be worth Was Asked for Statement by the
Contents of Through Safe. 0,000,000. Mr., IMlitw.ll, whd i Jury Deciding His Case.
50 years of Age, was married in Oo-
Butte, Mont., May S.-The North" tober last to Miss Ruth AlIe Cole, Birmtingham, Ala., Ma', s \
Ooast UImilited, the crack train, ao n4 trained nurte who had cared for having beea out since 6 AO ,>
the Northern Pacific, was held up at him some months and had aursetlfim Monday evening, the Jul :..
Welch's Spur, Tuesday, alout IAfteen through a dangerous flames. otAlexander R. Chiseli, ..
i~nles east of this city, and the engi- ".lagie teller charged with h Pa M.
near killed. -ACCIDENT ON M. # 0. ROAD. besled $100,000 from the F',. .\.
The sheriff's office was nodtiftd f t Uonal bank of Birming; :i ch
the robbery and officers left Immedl- Collision Between a' Paeenger and a s m, it is alleged, he .1 i ~t .
ately for the scene. PFreight Train Near Percy, III. speculation, brought in a of
The object of thu robbers, It is pre- St. Louis,. May 8.- -A dispatch to guilty shortly after i o .
suBned, was to secure the contents of the Globe-Democrat. says the fast day? and the court fix,, r;..I,,. t
the through safe carrys.s consign- night passenger and mpall train on the at six years in the led !'a ;: ,, L
meats of currency from Seattle, Port- Mobile and Ohio railroad from St. Atlanta, Ga.
land and Spokage to eastern points. 'Louis to the Gulf coast olltded head- When Chtisolm was a-!;. i ,' n
Thls is the fourth time the North on with a freight train near Percy, anytliag to say as to-) w: ,:.*
Coast eastbound has bWen held up in Il1, at 11:27 O'clock Monday night. should not be Wrovounce1, he aie
three years. The othir three times Meager reports from Percy, said six and sald that he regard 1 1!., j:
this train was robbed near Bear persons were Injured. Both trains a just one, that he wa. it o.:,,.' d
Mouth, about eighty miles west of are reported to have been badly dam- never had been ir.ane, iu: ;,. eirat.
here. aged. The injured are: ted, the affair very nmue.h.
Tuesday morning's hold-up was near Prank Blackhead, brakeman; W. Sentence was thpu ...:. ..
#he scene of the robbery of the Bur- E. Settle, M. 'A.' Pinero, 0. t Whe4 the jury came in ani. i, re.
lington Flyer two years ago, in a sec- Swirls, Will Owens, Thomas Brown. man read the word "(iUi!:, (':..a
tion of country very rough and moun- It is believed none Is fatally hurt. Itstened without a chan. !f f *.,nte-
'talous. nance. He never so nmuci as tAch-
General Manager Hor4, of the Confident He Will Not Hang. ed a muscle. His face wa o0olor-
JNorthern ,Pacifc railroad) gave out Augusta, Ga., Ma) 8.--6esr less as a marble slab, but tis hu
the following statement about the at. Picquart and Franklin, attorney* for boon his appearance throughout' 'he
tempt to rob the North Coast Limit- Arthur P. Glover, awho for the second trial. It was then In respouse to the
ed: time la under Ientence of death for inquiry of the court that he Arn t ud
"The eastbound North Coast Unsit- the' murder of his paramour, Maud made his statement, whick hl -
ed was held up on the east side of Dean, will shortly file an appeal for eluded by pleading for the nierr of
Butte mountain, about 15 miles east a new trial. This ppeal will be the court. A death-like p:'nce pre-
of Butte,; iy two or more men, who denied by Judge Hammond, who so called throughout the cour. roo'm ,U
shot and killed the engineer and shot severely arralgeld Glover the morn- JuMgi O. R.-Hundley prniouiced the
the fireman through the #zm. They iag he was sentenced, and the case sentence.
did more bheoting, but evidently be- will then be carrrid to the supreme
came alarme4 ani left. Sheriff Webb court of the United States, provided LONGSHOREMEN ON STRIKE.
of Billings, was on the trait and such action becomes necesary. They
started on the trail of the holdup are confident that Glover will never Serious Turn to the Labor Trouble in
men. Bloodhounds from the Deer bang, while the defendant himself New York.
Lodge penitentiary have been put o4 says he will never pay the death pen- New York, May 8.-The n:, ..r:e.
their ,trail. alty. men's strike, which has hbe-Ln 2 fI
"The robbers 4dd not get ony cash. Charged with Crime. a wewk, in Brooklyn and Manhii',u.
While this road has had several hold- Pensaoola, Fla., May 8.-Although was suddenly extended M1i, ia.. w e-
ups In that victolty In the past ten a year has elapsed since the Ackerman a number of men emplo' t I- ,the
years,- we have captured the robbers family, composed of husband and wife docks on the Hudson, b.,h I '
in every instance, and they are all and seven children, was murdered, York and Hoboken, left th.:r ,.a,.
doing time Ina the peteatlary, and and then burned in Sn'ta Ross coon- It is estimated that about %,. :a
In all that time oir s o sy los has ty, near here, detectives have just went out. The strikers '.in: i1t
not exceeded $3,00.9 procured Information whoh ha caused 6n Tuesday several thousand o;*0
the arrest of two white men, Je men would strike, and t!,t. w'itsi
POUGHT UNDER 18 FLAGS. Stanley and William C. Smith, who 48 hours there will not be a -
are charged with having oommitt4 shoreman at work, except -
Sdldier of Fortune Who Fought In the crime. Stanley wa v tremted is paVatl which grant the li,. ASe tn
Many Lands. Geneva, Ala., while Smith was found wages demanded. The wne1 ak f
New York, May 8.-Henry R. H. at Oonsales and brought through this 40 centa an .hour for ordlir.a: wo'k.
3. Melver, a soldier of fortune place Monday by oitbers enroute to 60 cents for overtime, &a s cen:
whose exploits have bees carried on Milton, the county site of Santa Rosa for Sinday and holidays. At Pec-
In many lands, was found dead nla ounLr. __ e*at they receive 35, 50 an i' c e:t
bed In his e in West Twenty Died In Pullman Car. On the other hand, the d '.
second street Moday. He was lastl. M tomery. Ala., May -Dr. perilteAdents of the line, par';, .'
set the time of by drM th e old l Geor Collis, a you q phyaclan of the great trans-AtlanUtc lin., C
Xt the time of Me 6"ath tnt old Clatanau, am hsa way to *LK city to a m E-ctd, say that Unoer C 0
man was engaged In collaborating dla d, od hi&s waill to a city to os 1 willth ey ra t e dl
with an author toIn the preparation of ba manto d, dled ia a t a n lmalI of t men D The.; -
a soy entitled ihtIng UnTer wa sy t hoed. He IMa the d&aae ar exorbitant, and I&
In MveI ow:Fla s" o to Florld faor his health, and p Uty of me ean be had for the 0
he MCIver's o1s etory of as a fo, sas redl a e iRy einpsa with suao.
e elaa to ave S a ldl Mr. lak, IWther o the y g wwoaan In the meantime the c
I tie Sepoy matiny; 'nlder Garibal- whom he was to wed thi week. He have thdr Ismen, <* .T*
Ir, a hisB eampsign ta Italy; as was wised with lllts here nad died the crews at work load fr~ -
eatan under De Crile, the Spa la his berth. Dr. OsWIs ashl rs It is sadM t none of t.' t a"
I- pretender; as a ablor in the con- a e. _e, erais winl be daed, althou "r
twderate forces In the divil war; under the b forced o I s
Maumillas. la the Maslea war; as Geas. Oanmidse Kills His Pee. y
eolonel under Napoleoes I; as a bg- D e~a 1. May S.-Jamee i cargoe1. __
adler general nla the fOres of th laftwlekh, a wrsithy battle asi ofr .
Khedive of gypt: as mmander of lao, I. T., eaa onaeate fr sta KItLLtW ENTIRI FAL.
eo avalry f K lngMle. of Serva, IOUre, the sMeereto ticket. --
Io ommander a th pernI al gurI Clark, also a wealthy battle i as. A ae 0ele Pse t* *, iY
t Elas Mlana. $Bte had *.'*^ bewes tb aMe (as aandcm, May .- C2
S--...- r a 1ea time. Both e were lev; s rpaW, to a fl!*' 13
I*t.ke l e. ik.. ltuhe. but IL twsh west tI e- -, yg oet J L I9
Pltmur,. pa. ice s.-Thoeet U Is dwlinIg his rfedvO,. iu Pierre st iS
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$W' A.
41; 4143;


SPower Company, (0.S; iL.
$8.7; Firemen, $80. kOt't
8. McDoaolV $(85; Will
$1.87; ard.. Hardware Co.,
C. C. Pedrlet,. S' W. R.
$; Osh tlnaie.F fIudry and
-Wrks, 6-1; M. Johnson, 88c;
Madd, $1; W. 0. Adamson,
.Cmetary fund-Mrs. H. iH.
Y, for sextqoa, 8$0. LIght fund
vl11 Gs 4nd Eleotric Pow-
130.75. Water Works expense
r. sMfler, w81.26: Jiack Mtl.
.76; Primum Weeks, $7; Gaines-
and Electric Power Co.,
J,' Thomas Co., $r6.40;
Hardware Co.. $17.16; Galnes-
14luxg anid Coffin Co., $9.55;
Slerwon. 3;: Lynch & Co..
A. T. Kelley Co., $46; T. B. Ellis,
1 New York Lead and Wool Co.,
; A. C. L. Railroad Company,
W. R. Thqtms, $7; :C. C. Ped-
$4.75; Miss Lots Hale. $4.20.
ti uand-Dally Sun, $10.50.
edlrman Cannon moved that the
MUtei of July, 1906, be corrected so
to Include a bill of W. B. Miller
$ b1.s0, to be paid from the water-
urk expense fund, and that the
ontes of November 5 be corrected
tat to include bill of Baird Hard-
L Com pany for $611.70. both bills
to appear on the minutes.
P- prtled.
ll t of Board of Public Works



L FRIGERlATORS

k alike fto the out.
.e-l)ut a glance on the
'idat will coftvln0 you that
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i.IeLtaS of its own; no others
b like it-noi other will do for
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oheirma t Uth SMaioe ommuttee see
S^ t 16nroll with proper
\ NI. Motion carried.
Al t moved that the
reqIt of i Lynm be refused

of t el 4 owlewak w around


and t i a d.
Aldesrm o m oh moved that the
supLeriantge, of waterworks have
the dr 4 tn east of the
squate r Mp d `0d put in good con-

Alderma each moved that the
complaint I by us Waters re-
gatdig il th umping of garbage, be
referred, ,altary committee. Mo-
tion a .'.
The obOplai t of citizens in South.
west GalieselNe regarding bridges
was referred upon motion to street
committee. *
Alderman Onuon moved that the
city build a culvert the entire width
of Liberty street across Sweetwater
branch, and fill In the street 'on both
sides of the branch, at a cost not to
exceed $2,105. Motion carried.
Alderman Mfixson.moved to transfer
$2,5%) from the contingent fund ap-
propriation to the street fund, and
that $700 be transferred from contin..
gent fund appropriation to officers'
fund. Motion carried.
Alderman Cannon moved that the
minutes of October 8 be corrected so
as to have the amount of $218 be
placed opposite the name of W. C.
Adamnson, and dropping the figures
from there down until the amount
of $151.49 appear opposite the name
of H. E. Taylor. Motion carried.
Alderman Bunch moved that the
complaint of the Elks for excessive
water charge be referred to superin-
tendent of waterworks, to Investi.
gate and report. Motion carried.
Alderman Bunch moved that the
water committee investigate the
water conditions at the power house,
and report itf any way seems possible
by which the water supply can be
tucreased. Motion carried.
Alderman Bunch moved that the
sanitary committee look Into the
sanitary condition of cesspool on Pitts
property, and have the report before
Council. Carried.
Communication of Col. Sanches re-
ferred to street committee to invest.
gate.
The appointment of Alderman
Bunch ia* president pro tern was ap.
proved by motion of Alderman Vidal.
Whereupon the Couel) adjourned
until 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon.
Tuesday Afternoon's Sesion.
The Council met tI regular order.
In oompllance with adjournment of
Monday, whereupon an ordinance pro-
viding for the issuahgeolspecialoaeee-
monti city certifcates la the sum of
&.$6 bearing Interest at the rate of
per cent due December.,was passed
upon its second reading, sad ordeed
eagrosed. this orditatn eoverN
iat ULberty street Alahe avdeue
a- bet Mate street.
Conell adjourned to 4 p. a. Thure.
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Senator u a' bin cra Pm
B" ooat u- %ruPI the MoutrN part
of fDtafe the Senate to4y bh
a vote 1 T o. oandthejdvoestes
p1 te bmi' y aturtully ha:.
Soat e. hard's co .t eoal
amendment ,vlluig ftdor the dinfra-
chistia of tei aero met tot v ,rlo
In .the o Ose having been marilessly
defeated byA, yote of 46 to' .
It looks as though the biB dividing
H il r county, awd create viby this
dtiviben the county of Pinellas, will
W passed In the Senate, although
t,1ere, I# a strong delegatld h4re
agaiut 1kC This Is one of to warmest
county dfvi~lon Ilfts on record.
It wtl e pleAsing to 4tate that
SeatMcCreary and Repreentatves
ahrter wiand le are ha rd at work,
and indisetrtksiy guarding the Inter-
ests of their confstituents.
Governor Prowar tendered a brill-
iant repection to the public .tonight,
which* was largely attended and en*
joyed.
The committee which visited the
State educational institutions has
given an excellent report of the T7A.
veriity and State Coll*e, and
Galneaville will have no further fight
from Lake City on the University.

UNIVERSITY SPORT .

Second of Series of Athletic Sports
to be Pulledjoff Saturday.
The second in the series of athletic
events which have been arranged by
the athletic committee of the Univer-
sity of Florida will tale place Satur-
day afternoon of the present week.
The contests will be mainly of a
military and aquatic nature. The
most interesting feature will probab-
ly be the rifle and revolver shooting,
the wall-scaltag contest, competitive
drills, swimming and diving matches.
The public is cordially invited to
attend.

THE GYPSIES ARE HERE.

The Sparrow Bande Have Set Their
Tents in North Gainesvllle.
The band of horse traders under the
leadership of Mr. Sparrow, who spent
some time here last year, have ar-
rived, and have pitched their tents
in the pine grove. North Gainesville,
near the store of Henry Ramsey.
While these people are not Gypsies,
they are generally termed such, on
account of their manner of traveling
and living. They are a very clever
lot. aud the people of North Gaines.
ville welcomed them back gladly.

A PACT PROVEN.
sheald Coaoie. Ewma the Meet skep.
tletl e It TImrt.
If there Is the liUgts<' d.ubt In the
-. i:d of a;r.y that Dea 'dt ,erm:,< d, not
exit, their beltle 1. compaNeId by the
firt that a raitt Intnooltated with the
C 11 must be appArent to any ptnm
t.or r.. thit ihe only ,'. -.in-' "f
tloinec" is then detructton v: '.e enrm--
1 wtk'i : ;* .,u.,:c*' Utt. r :'.'1V ""r"'.hd
the i"-' ,f ..> f N.>wbar'' p'a';qlrt ,.
tan '-i." ", **4 by C"' g',* -""i
v.-r.t w- ;he tiamew ret-,d- y-N'wbro's
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Twe s-W ite sal 3te5
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MJoten your life and make
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y regulate your func.
aSnd strong. It is a re.
pains, backache hae


a* &he "N 'R ssness dizziness,
finttng spell. Itr es. A safe and efficient
tned clne for we And sickness.
IN? j. I. |aaistOf thMoh. Ala. writes; "I have
used C1cfor my diseb, which was one peculiar to
women,, and has completely cured me."

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Capital....... ........ ..... 0.( cr
Surplus ......... ........ 2,(
Interest Paid on Savinsg Accounts and Certifeates of Deposit. A'. i
Trauotteod Proaptly.
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SEALThI AND VITALITY .

LThe g "t t'mateado ltlmetorattre formenand wonme r '"m!
stri anBd vit, um. deupt sy tesa sad renews the u

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We Know Will Oonviee You That We HaUile Only the Be,
Oan Boy : -
Pure-Rye Case Goods, All F. 0. B. Jacksonville:


got Wood....... ....,. .......per bottle,
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ilalture of wI ie notes. ap nb .. e at of 0la tp -e b
r iecord.s of s~t iutveyorngeersal, q a safety by everyone.l
pertaining to ad title in FPlorlda;l t i s systems are delicate m s it with, the
advanced to thrd reading. equally without fear of Int ta af
SSenate bill o.* ,4 by the commit t. I n 2tiportanco to reumwtg u s a I
I B tee on publiprinting-Relating toconditoI06 t4 which the system is left after a
LLt tee on pubUo printing-Relating to i th
ca 6 co nation o- Tnewsaprs for pub' m Itratan njmercur Py a h o there d
I Wh0e-hW r .m o lishing actsg rofthe.Legislature; recom* the otuf* pg chronic Dyspepsia, wffavonb1l
S Express mitted to Odetmittee on public print- d Sodo i tt system otherwise, that even i tt iiili .
and H bee g. be mov ,10 the tem it is left in such a t
evAMI tieet olestllng weftI Senate bill No. 88, by Mr. McCreary condition that th health permanently impaired. 8
slon Ws tp! t wse^ ;(fectOon4 *o Retlatoto to directions for printing, tnctionof beil ttonly blood medicine on the market tbat f
Stbe &eat -.V ISS al o t etc.. ballot advanced to third read. mineral I eatiof some kind. It is made entirely o t
S e three tamtfo ing. ing extracts and juiel of roots, hetbs and barks gatherdi
wer of thre t e, WY ." snfrThssad H f..- .Hi to are f o m f1re8 ad feldof onatue, unde tour own supervision, andwhXi
mot f the >DORLESS Toe Hosetookta recess arom u tw n all their inal valuable tonic and. t
Clark's billP pWIN Pei et ase w p. o._ until 9:80 Wednesday morning. popertie ,e offer a iiward Iol ooo for proof tht 8. 8
atttorne rid01 as- 14 i s". N e icle of internal ay for*. lt made entirely from thatm.I
ot trn s BRONCHIAL TOUBL.as. laedietsS. 8.. S. is absolutely haUnless to the system, and whi
b havin *g e d'i sease adds r hal h and t UA topvery part of thle body. 8 S I I
atthew, of ? : 1e a me i s S Readily Yield to Soothin, Heallnag Rheuatstil, Catafth, ro a, w and Ulcers, SL.1 Diseases,C
.gr. **Mattew of : *we".! Reai "1".- o ''i, Bloo4d Poiao, and all other bloo4 es by removing the cause
ir employment emuseue* Treatment of Hyomel. pl"l t latulation with health s and atre th9pr cin i I
6by the raClctroad i Sfrrato. IS^ YBronchial troubles mre purely local, Tl PECItC CO., A
rh Trammell's bill 01 a rrieror Thy cannot be helped by stomach
S h .O-eint l ~ari t ewts poa N aS i dosing. They are caused by Irritation .. -- ----
tee of ""e assat Ii~r f 1U RAOI ?>u i 0 03Mi in the air passages and can be rel ev. T RAC
to Adv ert ed and cured by V medicated air one
was passed In this lies theecret oflthe great sue
.a lengthy debate ~ ess of Hy-o-mel in the treatment of
N bill making i6 .qr bronchial trdtbles.' Exu ted
The Hy-o-mel medication, laden w K t
rate for xre i with nature's remedies, is breathed E. sE. b, MG ,.
laing five po .... through the neat pocket inhaler that Abttaits of Title and full lI t ibed erinc a B 5
ie by a voteof 17 toL oomes with every outfit, reaching ev. e ty. Our manager h.. m _._ s i.
Consideration ofa d ia O Com pa n y ery part of the bronchial, tubes and /i thorougbl~ I SiW |la 0
Samlendments ____ killing at oeos the disease germs..- _
a good deal Of tl : It allays all Irritation and heala the
Supposed by Mr.- S T_.o i_ I Inflammation of the mucous membrane V SJ u u-' Jr
lug the Legislatw tO e with astonishing rapidity. FIRS, AOO NT. BIROLAY AY EM)IZTY I|BC.RAJ .
salaries passed t r tq avtheostone andtilmber act e re Treatment with sprays, douches. and es Of ssa r eoi II lish ea
ly until atomizers in a al troubles is con-
etate of early two rut 6 dat mournn cok emned by t best physicians, as
question from an t Wt i they cause further irritation.
and morals ad P f 1 P@CEINGL. The first brth of Hi-o-mel'. media AT
the second rHU. E PROC DIN" cated air seep. tp soothe the Inflam. G MOA N
Dr. Smith of L hlblQtin8 The House was called to order at matlon, stop the cough, and thus re-
pment of liquors rm wet nlato *:S0 a. m.' Prayer by Rev. J. B. liet soon becomes permanent and a RetallpU sa Jobber Ito
ties of this State, the motion Pruitt. Correction in journal. cure results.
pFarris of Duval to 10defl01ie1y (emorlal No. 13,,by Mr. McKenzie Hy-o-mei has made many remark-
the bill beg laid on the of Putnam-Relative to the hyacinth able cures in the worst and most F r
by a vote of 46 to 11 ani the problem on the St. Johns river. Pass- chronic forms of bronchial troubles l
t to the engromssing o alitte d under waiver of the rules; yesa and Is sold by J. W. McCollum
reading. 58, nays 0. wth the same guarantee as he ai n, frd l d AN F rtllllftrs
House committee on oity sad Petition relative to Confederate Sol- gives when Ry-o-mel is purchas-
organization repotted favor. di s' Mid Sailors' Home, from the ed for catarrh, that is, to refund the S 8 SQUA Aley8u I
the bill to abolia the muntelUpl Daughters of the Confederacy, was money In case the remedy does not OUTH 11m BQUAlB, i AINEDVILLI. IW ItJ
of Estero, and unfavorably the spread upon the Journal. give satisfaction. The complete outfit Bighest market prices paid for Obiekoe Ris ead other PRoWis
for the creation of Beaiole aad House resolution' No. 76, by Mr. costs $1.00.
counties. McClellan of Suwannee-Relative to A AOoAplete koh aof Ba Oot, Oat uFlour lAa, IMeal. OoonesSm see M
Senate will take action today distilled water for the House; adopted. Confederate Veterans Reunion, Rioh. I.nd RZ0, lS oS the VJhY B T .Igods St
the Palm county bill and possibly Introduction of BIllr meond, Va. '
day on the PineUlas. bi, With a The following bills were Introduced: The Seaboard A Air Usee aouness VA
fglht in prospect Of both House bill No. .423, by Mr. Parkin- low excursion rates from all Florida __ ___ ___ ___ __:
House committee on edaOtiton Son .of Volusla:-Fish reservation on points, made one cent per mile to
Streported adver 1M* Sa-t Coast. Richmond, Va. and return cous t of A
Sof text-books 4 to 8, though louse bill No. 418, by Mr. Reese the reunlop-tickets on sale, May 26, ,
rn Dudley favored unifomity of Zscambia-Employment by State 27, 28, 29 and 80th. The SeaboardI IuI
the fight will be carried itathe Board of Health of Inspector of hotels operates double dally service' from
-' " ,.* .+ lItn the Stat e. Tampa, Jafeoavlle and other Florlds la a Coalpa that Is Repo sible, BHave a Policy o00or tly
S. Senate bill No. 115, by Mr. Crane-- points. Extra through Pullman sleep. Writn With iberalit f Poley Coaltreat ad she Oompam
SENATE PROCEIDINGQ. Ratifying all contracts by county ers and day coaches have been 'ar-. Pa Loses Promptly
Senate opened Tuesday morn- commissioners for hard surface roads; ranged, so all may be made comfort. ,
Swith President Harris ti the Pied. able.
Pr; prayer by Senator Crews. Special Order. In order to allow their patrs to You A re Assured
the request of Senator Cone the House bill No. 17, by Mr. Knight of visit the Jamestown Exposition, the *
Dent was asked to waive the Citrus-Relating to cutting or remov- Seaboard will honor return portion Tha*t so orlous lo 1 an overeom 1on without iou bae some
and assign Senator Johnsaon to la of timber or boxing for turpen- of Richmond tickets from Portsmouth., Nrefe. -_ ._*
Committee as he deemed advis- tine, on lands sold for taxes. It was The total rowid trip ate from some
reported favorably by the judiclary of the Important points in Florida |\
( dent Harris informed the Sea- committee and placed on third read- are as follows:
tit he would announee the ap. lng. Amendmnet by Mr. Kni*ht oft aevinllle l3.75| Apopha..... $10.70 F I t at d alt I
tot Wednesday. Columbia, makgI maximum ate $(0; ilake City... 1 751 Orlando.... 16.70 None ba Beliable lQesai epresated.,
tor Beard of the Second iltro. adopted. Amendment by Mr. Wilma LUve Oak.... .75' Dade CIty... 17.05 .
a resolution to have the tateo of Hernando adopted, and bill ssed; Madison .... 34o0 Plant City... 17.5 c A M ,
win irby Smith Pe 44, ays 4. Mn lo.. 45 Tampa.. ..... 17.55 M
s ntatuary hall at Washlate* Disposition of Bills. Taalabassee. 1),45 Manatee.... 18.74
oluton requires a orasaon' House bill No. 197, by Mr. McKeusle Galnesvte.. ,'l.15 Palmetto.... 1850 Informatos abseerflly f ue OAI1VXLSI. yLO3A
to 'lbte apstanted by st 4e ov- of Putnam-Relating to adlssilop to Ocala ..... 3.76; Bradenusown, 1.50 .... .
detalsact the stat tle bone for disabled and dlndiget es. Leesbur;.... 2;5., Sarasoth.... 18.70 k, fc#1/4 ^^4 4 % ^ r
det ta to the lon ss 4 Cotfederate soldMiers and illors in Taves*e... 16.70
afth,.tue, On ru les o ~ o Duyal county: passed. While these rates are announced
the r 'Ie rulton wS House concurrent resoltion No. 27, for the Confederate Veteran, they
ld ad2 thir' b to ter toe commueree rate.. Tae e ard ha. ted a very publio.
Hou.e medate l t Hows jbitt 'reolatiloa No. 62, by itraottv aad expe"stvo toder |e*


Htou.i routlon to "Mr. Matthews of Marion-To amend voted ethll to this ooosaam. C ap
,fo e ralo l Artie I. of State constil- e otf i- lo d Mder and other tnferosi
tIn t hae lc am abo~l st office of county tress tic can be obtained onn pamiealtda
te Va have an 1e ue" re; eosmttee. to any femard agent or to
-8.d. -mto mIioil;MIttee.
IIrneadq sed. came np ii~s bilf .- s4, by Mr. Rowe of S. C. BOTLATON, Jr.,
L k ~ aLls-e .In kr the pmalty in em- Aselrtaat Oeral Passg er A&genWt,
ar4 ('Cr ll poke in hbt easms; oW commit-. Jms"a m m a.. T TB


on e moved that thm o ~*wtts; eI.h S .tRrough the Ma Ala I
Si ,rred to tihe Bl+ .ouos bil No a4. 2 I a. MWe iaas M y wit a pHt .
oual anaim-Li *S ci ^itam-Rslattag to vrs 18 gowerust oxperts. who will ela f k, U, J M I

b oria, by .t o f.. .tsrf for "'. ..b A i.a. M
io -',l, ." tov ,hed .m r ,wINl-; suo. ft y m I M du g Us .$W,,+, m *



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fJ tCLIAR' OCCtftAtd$


IIttely After Lasepe W I
3^ nvs Prisoner
ihem-ftvery rion
ed With One i
elal to The Sun.
sian.do, ; .... ,+,

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Ye rT 4to thWr hooe
att a pleasant vit to ,Mra. Robert
Wlon. '
Mr. =a4 Mr 'ps. H. Barnes and
child left yesterday for Ruskin, Ga.
Mr< Barne will return at once, but
his family expect to remain in Ruskin
for some time.
Misios Esale Emith and Price of
Miasopy paused through the city
yesterday as iowts to High Springs,
where they will spend a few days
with relUTe and friend..
Mrs. J. ri1tchOr Hill and son, Law-
son. rietrled yesterday from Mica-
noy. Where tbUy have been on a
pleasant islt to the former' parents,
Mr. a4 rs. 0. Chitty.
W. 0, Arch HaueM of the town
which het thetr .ame were In the
city yestaery. The latter made The
Sun 4 dollar better off by renewing
his subsoril for another year.
0. T. .,VWolds, the efficient yard.
master the Atlatlw6 Coast Line at
High 500"j&, has returned to that
place, ae seoupl, of days spent
here as w1ose before the court.
The re ur weekly prayer meeting
will be "44 at the sret Presbyter-
Ian cbho lthig evening, when Roev.
Mr. S.ap'" bt Neth Carolina will
conduct the meeting. A full attend-
ance is 4egred. -
Mrs. J. M. Sbelton and her attract-
Ive daughter, Miss Idol, of LakesCity,
arrived herO yesterday from Palatka,
where they have been on a visit for
the past few days. They will remain
here several days as guests of Mr. and
Mrs. 8. V. Duke before returning to
their home.
A. R. Jones has returned to his
home in this oy,, after an extended
trip through the West, going as far
as,California. He has been absent


FATAL TRAIN CRASH.

Trains Collide on B. A 0. With Dis.
astrous Results.
Wheeling, W. Va., May 8.-Train
No. 7, on the Baltimore and Chto,1
westbound, collided with a fabt freight
train eastbound at Rasby's RO(:*,, 18
miles east of hrre, Tuesday morning.
Thomas PrInter, of Burton, W.
Va., the express messenger, and C.
C. Warner, baggagemaster of Bell-
aire, 0., were killed outright. C.
F. Really, engineer of the passenger
train, of Wtee',!ng, was fatally in-
Jured. The accident is alleged to
have been cau:cd by a m!zu.!er--
tt!dng of orders.
TLe two trains were going at 30
miles an hour when they crashed.
The agttage and expreEs cars wero
denwllshe'O. The frel&ht engine also
demolished the passenger engine.
The paFsengers in the coaches and
the Pullman sleeper escaped. with
a revere shakinM up.
No. 7 Is a through pars4nger train
from Chicago, and is irade up of1
three PuIln:-ns, two ..vy coaches, aI
baggage car and a nall car.


ALACHUA COUNTY,,

Alaehsa county i? iSO aericres
area, has 248 mile ra .ro,:dJ
mil** wagon road, 56 po0tT'tL
128 public schools, 27 hiot sh(
plants, 20 saw mill@, $7.5,*. ccu
house, four newspapers, and pr
doses corn, cotton, rice, suga
oats, rye, potatoes, pineapples.o
anges. p acher, pears, plum, p
eaas. and all kinds of vegetable


Gaines ilt;, thie Ccunly U t,,,

Has fourteen churches, two uit!:
schools, the Uuivertity ni hiondr
p private ,.'-.4oo:, thrn' r.-wops.;er
United Slates land oflic., tie. t.
water. fire alarm yotr.r', ;tetri
and aas lights, tw- iti- v(ctor:e
maehine shops, three r woil fae
ries, cotton gil, two mo fiS et tonr
three railroads, two fertilh: Pr ma
ufacturiong companies, one i+
mal factory, one rectifyin too
pentine plant, two baukp, find we
tuckedd stores em hrncin zveyi
thing in the Pommercial line,


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,: N + ,W, an I- p IT.

Nov.r a9 phoSr In Such
.yeniset #tu a This.
gratamohter ped slphur as
hr mmold remedy, and
lgrla dpoetbw. Sulphur La
-an d Wood disease

daI dtay they had to take
Now 4ANCOCK's
|ne m it to you In
Jrf and you got
5 1.1'U40D SULPHUR
OJI INt, quickly core 'Eo.
K.TeMir lst Rheuw and iAl
IMeases. It 0u4da a ugly ulcer
SAnn W. WWett 0O Wkshln.-
S, ^ C, l utese 4ays.
ta ternaly, It prwais the
1 ad clears the oomplexlob.

pbr booklet free,. I yo write
IOLK UQUID SULPHUR COM.
*Baltimote.
PAIRBANKS NEWS.
bk May .r-Fatrbanks has
| beemod with a in e rain, and
s looking fine.
S]i, Almold has a flfne field of
aope. He expects to ship not
Otaa two car l"ds.o
ra Oe 0ttg Hotel and the
to s buimed to the
It looks rather thin around
b.t it you gIve Talrbanks a




:?kte HIi km kSssot 1.
ewe o Uto t
f a bttle or common glasa with you'
r and It stand twentv.four hours;
e. ascrtimentorat*-
tlingindicatesan
unhealthy con-
ditioit of the kid-

of kid-
n"y terble tpo
f .t d"ee
thot
L,-vincinh proof that Wim5 p
dier are ut of orer. *
What To DO%
is comnfo tt in the knowledge *f
l that Dr. Kilmw't
p.Roott the great kidney remied
every wibh in curing rlheunmati,
Sthe back. ki.ycyv, lhir, bladdei
very part of the urinary, pasa1ae5
,ects inability to holi water
Saidiug pain in palsing it, or bed
se following use of liquor, wine or
r and overcones that unpleasant e-
y of being compelled to go often
gthe day, and to get up many
uri he night. The mild and
| aoitaryeffect of Swamp*Root
relied. It stands the highest
erful cures of the most dio-
caae. If ou un,.l a medicine
d have the best. Soll by drug-
wftv- nt and oue-dollar ize.
a1ve a saniple botte and a
tells all
Ithaent free
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THE CIRCUIT COURT.

Third Day of Session Occupied Large-
ly In Trial of Odri Civil Case.
The third day of the session of the
spring term of the Circuit Court de-
veloped but little, almost the entire
day being occupied by one case, that
of L. C. Gracy vs. F. P. Henderson,
replevin of certain cress-tlea, in
which a verdict was rendered for the
plaintifl,
There were several prisoners ar-
raigned upon various charges, all of
whom pleaded not guilty with the ex-
ception of John Croft, who pleaded
guilty of larceny.
The court will convene again at
9 o'clock this morning.'

Past Train Ditched.
Holly, Colo., May 8.-The Colora-
do limited, eaatb mnd, on the Santa
Fe, was ditched one neile east of Med..
way, Monday night by spreading
rails. The tra!n was running at an
unusually high rate of- seed, beina
six hours late. All of the tine cars
except the last Pullman aleeper, turn
ed over. A porter and baggageman
were hurt. The passengers of the
wrecked train were brought to Holly.

Diaz's Mother-in-Law Dead.
City of Mexico, May 8-Mrs. An-
gustlne Caatello de Romero Rublo,
the mother of Mrs. Dias, wife of the
president of this republic, died oi
Sunday, after an Illness of but a fea
hours. President Diaz anI Mrs.
Dias and numerous relatives were at
the bedside when the end came. Hes
death was due to pneumonia.

Tornado In Texas.
Ft. Wurth, Tex., May 8--A stor,
of wind and rain wh.cwas'genera'
throughout a conelderIble area IL
northern Texas, and which. at son('
places, assumed the proportion of a
tornado, according to Meager report*
received here, has eruted la the lost
at three lives, the Injury of many per'
oes and great damage to property saW


A TRIED PRESORIPTION.
A tried presocr "tim. highly recon-
meaded by phystea ler the reet i
of disorders of the kdlmeys and blad-
der. is compounded et % o. Fluid Ex.
tract of Buehu, % e. fluid Extract
of Uva Urst. I oa. Amt Cordial. %
as. Fluid Extract of Iverwort and
16 os. water. A doe of a tablespoon.
ftl of this is otm three times a dtay,
and the continued Ise el the medtelee
tor ome months to atabIted to drive
&rom the System an ta" lomvotue
whe cane the dlseaM Whlo the
treatment besthase ll tlet abewld
rak asnsmew *a baPiabre The
aigreailets of myo pees 4s1 are as
habh* at anw M~&ts ersste


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SCHNAPPS has been advertised in this
paper so that every chewer has hod f
opportunity to get acquainted with the
bts and know thl drug are not used
to produce the eering quality found in
the famous Piedmont country flue-cured
tobaecoi, and that SCHNAPPS liwhat)e
ought to chew, Sti there are chews
who accept other and cheaper tobaccos
that do not giv the same pleasure.


A Sure Cur.e.
e Contred Mleame Back. Stiff Joints,
Fr stedFaet Scalds, S e"m.'
AN AN lC t ape IrrHaon subdues Infam-
%M ATM Ethe Pfrft loomaes the 1bfnms T isue.
promote fr rlatio of the Bloo g the Musa"
BEST Uu~iT OMN Am
s Am Auar

ME N Slead so
I" I LBaa
T-., wrutest e ew tsatheo
Bot Spegs, Bs.A ar seit s I
n ore In ol bo


TW5 8= 35 0. AND $1.00

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Ping
Oe
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Some day they'll get a taste of the real
S.fnapp-theyl realize what enjoyment
they've missed by not gttng SCHNAPPS
long ago-th they'll feel like kicking
themselves.
SCHNAPPS is eoald everywhere in 5
cent cutsiand 10 and 15 cent plugs. Be
sure you get the genuine.


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nearly three months. Mr. Jones re-
ports the Western country remarkab-
ly prosperous, especially Texas, where
the cattle industry lt now at Its
height.
Mrs. H. H. Ruger and daughter,
Miss Marle, who hive been here for
the past tfe weeks as guests of/bhe
former's sister, Mrs. J. D. Stringtfel
low, left yesterday for their home In
Devil's Lake, 8. D. Mrs. Ruger was
a former Gainesville girl, and her
numerous friends here were delighted
to have her with them again. .

SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC.


This Event Being Looked Forward To
With reat Dealf Pleasure,
The coming Union Sunday school
picnic, which will be given under the
auspices of the Methodist, Presbyter-
ian, Episcopal and Baptist churches
on Friday, the 10th inst. la being an-
ticipated by the children and others
with a great deal of pleasure.
The picnic will be held at Worth-
ington Springs. and a special train
over the Atlantic Coast Line will leave
Galnesville at 8 o'clock, reaching the
springs at 9. Returning, leave Worth-
Ington at 5 o'clock in the-afternoon.
arriving home in plenty of time for
supper.
Toe fare will be 40 cents for adults
and 30 cents for children, round trip,
and Indications are that a large num-
ber will avail themselves of the op-
portunity, as the public generally is
Invited.
Judge ODxalynaskre Funeral
The funeral of Judge Morris A.
Dalyiaski. who died Sunday night In
leokmavllle after a brief tlleas of,
paslysis, was held yesterwday after
am In that city. and, owin to the
salfveral popularity of the de&ased
and the high esteem In which he was
hald by all leM ot people assured
r large attedance.
Deceased. who was -an 1nle Of L
J. Brkhtim of this city, was probably
tLa most popular man to al Ja ja -e
ll" saud Mis death was a aSt shook
to the populace. FrltB of Mr.
Burkhltm ampathse with hin th tdo
lose of hia relave.
Men. Atta- e wi e; tr
our sealed bSooket-Mee sad broolN
IaN. Oaly em: mMare parts. Ne
Semdtoe: tas ke ." last 04.
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T. his' man bought a supply Co tobacco with.

out acquainting himself with the ditinctive taste

of SCHNAPPS Tobacco, which has the cheering

qualities that gratif his desire to chew, and at

less expense than cheap tobacco.


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get n eom miat b Bllthe J
papst bradmtted that Mr
a handicap in havt to ar

l bet that wills O bahat
tet bis commtr ision, a the Aos
tppeuirepl foP tl e h "a (a a






nae hnis bus ggote th lat ite' waFo
is go wroatng with the ReMoo Te
must be admitted that Mr.
SBrand ICA n having to .Ha
91 bet that the taen ho l 1"ee
get was become possible, in tho
several nMr.y watered airshi

Sthe funny feature of lithe pd



Sgo wrong that h the irs ouve n
t pay perceptibly erean atme

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1w a that thering of mnisters tha
odidt be able a to find- for their
was unfortpuate or-Mr. Ham.






that the controversy aronk se iu

the funny featucorreofspondence the da
im thate kind that fradst la nitiat ive ad
dum law enacted Inv thii
try, was the work of a Republi
Legislature.
T. Steadmerance: "Ampeople of Ptme
no manners." Mr. Stead-1 th<
n of polished manners wh<
a gathering of minakten ota
did ort to pe a for thel

is claimed that the Ink o Usd ii
y correspondence theM days


fdays.

are oin to e make enoti
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:.,. exxbange table and wish I


Success possible. Mulbes.'
lti'hg little tow and Sh
Ati Tim.c liberal support. Ulto
ha. diasd hi. pap n &a m gk
-ali 1feel asswaed that 11
r ai it was launhebd.


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or with er wh.
#tfe, ,-,-1 =1 ^W^- S%,o ,l _,^

yes Ial r fr1l ah hi ofat IaeV
via
ow Iro7of a
a rrcan c=% at
ln Gerany add i.report roam n tl eatr and su
Sl Cart Hust of PiaUen makes I wh
W-,Xtth e sabjeci t s w r a. at
o# r atteAtton. H fays that paper d s
as "we tttdeastand it li not used in
Sheets for taking clothes, but that e '
There la an Immense Industry spring-
Ift up, especially In Saxony, in the MI A f..a
W etnlng of paper fibre Into yarn and p I nlce for thWhe aMe
4 n da science for the ure
r thead and then weaving it into cloth. woman's pe tl ailments enter into Its
a 't new, yarm. made from wool fibre, h aIf n.. sholbe fum lon Iat,
Sa "ylolln." It is the result st of its Ier ta printed on
t bt f wentll research by bottle-wrapi anI attested under oAt
u d O research r In any co tiM n of the female mystlp,
S't-hnot:.. he process Is a secret one. nl y ood-nee harm.Is whole e ect
Sl Thepro is; s toe rtrtgen,~ gthn, InvIgorat and regate
nt m are springing up all over thwhole fema t a ad epeall
the country, and It Is said that pre- the pelvic organar hen these am dea
Sparatol s are being made to establish e sto an othr rw anod ed
Spal. sand exploit the process in this become sympathetally demand, e
ry cask, TDerves are weakened, as Ioang listof,
country. The wood ibre thread has unpleass symptoms ollow.
Speonaly .valuable qualities. It as much must not be ex ted of this "f
ety cheap, about half the cost of cot. ami Prlesoe-r! wil e o par-u
ton. It wears well, Is light and Iclne wllo. It- l often. pvwI them, i9
-tabl dyes of all sorts much letter taken i time, 'aad tsf h tt
a ble and thes ur age1 smat dinif
Than cotton. Sometimes it's woven avodedc
alone, and sometimes in combination Women sufigtl tros diseases of long
de nting, are ob e B consult Doctor
t fold. It is made into clothes, carpets, si held ae a private and sacredly
Stuftny sacks. "cnmvass" shoes, and a on ffa1d', N. Y- V Pl
scora of other things. Its oheapness Dr. Pierce's oieal Adviser 100o pages)
recommends it, and s* far as experl- Ist fnor pae re of 81 one-entp
T ment yhas demonstrated, its wearing t r c oth-bou oolpy.; Addreu as aboe
* qulltties are very good. Of course, i___ .
there have been a great many dis. at week t"e was celebrated in
ooveries in the past of "arti- Washington the bIuth anniversary of
I flcial silk," and there are undoubtedly the battle of' #aila Bay. This has
Sa great inany materials used for adult. come to be a Atue, and it is always
O Crating silk. But most of these Rve marked by a t'naer at one of the ho.
caused more talk than they have tols, where thp guest of honor is Ad-
caused real injury to the silk busi. rmral Dewey Wnd as many of the cap.
Sness. It may be that it will prove the tains who seYved under him as can
same with this substitute for cotton. be gathered together. This year
.But the report of Consul Hurst Is'so0 three were but three of the Admirals
full and circumstantial that it is pos. captains alive, and only two could be
sible that there may be more in the present. All re now retired for age,
discovery than is usually to be found though Admiral Walker is still on
1 in such alleged Inventions. active service in charge of the Naval
S- --- -Observatory at Washington. The
Senator Joseph H. Humphreys Is gathering was a distinguished one.
one of the recognfted leaders of the Admiral Dewey was apparently
t present body of law-makers. Being in just as good health and spirits au
one of the foremost editors and on the day he won-the world famous
S, writers of outh Florida, together with fight. The members of the Cabinet
P his early training in legal jurispru- who were in town attended, as did
dence, the ever popular and quick-flre a number of the Diplomati) Corps and
speaker from Bradentown cannot re- the high officers of the army and
f train from taking his place in the navy.
front rank of 1907 Senators. That
Sthe earnetness and ability of Mr. Reporters are kept away from the
Humphreys bas long since manifested White House in the evening. Maybe
Itself is readily shown by the respon- the President is taking lessons In
sible committee appointments assign- bridge.
ed to him. He is a member of nine
committees and chairman of the Com- As Col. Goethals cannot resign from
t mittee of Temperance. He Is a mem- the army. e is beginning' to excuse
1 ber of the Judiciary and also retains himself by the failure of his predeces-
Sa place on the committee now investi- sors.
gating Into the workings of the In- --
ternal Improvement Fund. This In- Why was not the Ananias Club In.
Svestigating committee is nightly and eluded In the Government exhibits at
Daily probing into the condition of Jamestown?
[ this fund and quite a voluminous re ----
t rt Is expected by the Legislature Nero Killed Near Amerious.
before the ls% day of the session. Amerlous, Ga., May 5.-Elbert
Senator Humphreys Is the author of Lamar wa killed near Aaericue by
the Constitutional amendment seek-. father aegro, supposedly Arthur
a Ing State option. The Maiedment las T'lwal, whom the corosr's jury, In-
r not come up as yet but is rpeated to vestlatltag the homicide, oharged
Sppearon the calendar this week. The with the wm s. LAmal bor ex
e oratorical effort and convincing logic excellent retltion and the hilag was
y of the gentleman frm the Twenty- n aet ei Wlston brutality. w s
Seventh will doubtless attract hun- ,wa cato aad )ae.


it


It


t L. ur president of theSea-
.,- rminuently ia the n ext
baI, re% is a foreg gmeO0a*-
I f f Dame Rumor 1-e be
* tIr Adams will appr be-
t< of his native State
.'04t that he be 8tSr the
S or Mallory at Wmag
frfd. of Mr. Aam 6MM.
'* tcontentso t,

'lraign betwew MalWy
lthe matter weold 4d the
% I.Statma fompa


dreds to the Senate chamber on the
day t#e amendment reaches its third
and last reading. Friends of the geon-
Il1 Sofith Florldian say it will be a
rare treat to hear him tell his oml-
leagues the advantages and popular
demand for State option.


CAPL
CURES

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NITA Or OmIO, ('ITY or TOLtDO, t
LUcAs Couwrr.
Frank J. Chesey makes oath that
be iJ sector partner of the frm of
P. J. Cheey & Co., doing business
In the City of Toled" Conar ad
Sate aoreid, an2 that am wIN
pay the sm of Oe Hundred Dollars
for each ad every cas of Catarrb
that cannot be qured by the use of
balts Oatarrbh Oare.
fRANK J. CHNKmY.
Sworn to before e sa sabser bed
In my prsms e, this th day of al !
member. A. D. 1L -
A. W. OLBADO
(seJ.) Notary M
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ESTHER 8. JORDAN.


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JORDAN & COMPANY

INSURANCE


PORTER BLOCK


iMAINESVILLE, FLORIDA


Fire, Life and Accident
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Richmond, Va.,


May 30th to June 3rd
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Tickets on sale daily from May 26th to 80th in.'
elusive. Rate for this occasion is $18.76 from.
Jacksonville for the r8und trip, or virtually onoe
cent a mile for distance traveled, with correspond
ingly low rates from all points. Extension of
limit to July 6th can be obtained by depositing
ticket with Special Agent and payment of fifty
cents at time of deposit.
For full information and Pullman reservatmon
write or call on FRANK C. BOYLSTON, Distriot
Passenger Agent, Atlantic Coast Line, Jackson.-
ville, Fla.


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SAVANNAH, OOLUMISIA, CAMDEN, 80
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permnUy came tarle i
A. D. 1907, .
J. D. Turaer, L
, Tuck, J. A. Beach
Owva add know to me
Lwho IVbcrlle4 to the
of Incorporation,
tally aolmovledged be-
they subscribed to the
I ppos of obtaining
and hartw of the Alam
lnd Improvenust Coo.
to State of FlotMds, aUd
r purpose theton ex-


Witneh my hand and official sal
this $Srd dday p pl. A. D.107.,
.... P DCUBB1fRlLY,
Notary Public, taste of lMorlda at
la My commission expires June
11 19.MW


i with any pesob. a
or corporation. This cor
sh ali l have the right to bore
On upon the isne of war-
I dod or other negoUable seeur i-gg
f thia corporation, to pusha -.W
f tiresse Mljlss of Iats
a ots eto boy, sell, own, a
of share and to ao
Uon stOOks, shares, bonds,
S toCWgation of all other
or per os whatsoever,

d ae sts bonds, or r
to1 exercise the shts,
s and prtiviLee of the owner-
mo tond t ~ny and
oporaoa shaU thaYv. a" In"aof
M all the rights. powers. and
ta to oorporatlons for sareatse.
0 ri liars of the State M aw nWo
Id teO wos0ll OW e For tsale ln Gae
nd a toA o. l t and W. M. Jotoa. D
d tt~t4a qt= et spefae .
sn hall not Isa By Wy limit
strit the poww of this corporal


LTICLE 3-The ves s toc ol
Oorporatloa shal b One
Thousand Dollan vA mo
Thousand share of s I .
( One Hundred =I't M AI
ptock shall be paid t In t1llO
W of the Unitd Stata, M
Ia property. labor or
t valuaUtion to be k _e h
ros at a mUtlag to be
r tt purpose.
^CLB3 4- The teamtr vb
shall ext.a aB Mbe
t years from the dat e
ttr patent.
WICLE9 Sec. 1-The
Is corporation shall beo
president, a vice-president a
Ssa reasurer, and a board of
reor. T number of dlft
Sbe lmresed or dilataha
Yawsa. The director-shaM
yd the stoeek holders at
tal ng. All other of.
a of this corporatima
a ruawlly by the 41.
m Malm meetUs of this
hall be hed onm the art

mad stock
a t he dS&1 th


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,. w a movement nomq an foot
to l erdo Bapti assma.t
ble J.ehaomv moving frbom
e eti th the ftalln-ter f. tmh

ethe e lebwa ,pat. th
o hore matter sa.r.a
M. 0. BOY ON.*
Msddt 90 "A s *t:


.T An Whom It May Cono
'T2% I otice that I I It
y pd*oa a board of tM l* of
lbida, at TaUaansee, V lq on
orater the 11th day of May, 1907,
S Ask A a remssion of the se nIm.
poA cw me at the fall term Qf the
(replt ourt- Alachua county, lori.
da, e Novemb 24, 190, in the
charge of aggravated assault. -
GEO. W. HAWTHORN.
Aprl $0, 190 7.
or ~ u) ao r07
to Mk ftW~f r.luo ofU tee I


DR. ROBT. 0. BOWERS,.
DENTIST.

Offiee In Miller Law Exchange.
OfSo Phone No. 238; Reeldenoe No. 1M

3j A. CARLIBLE,
ATIORMEY ATAW .
And Solleitor In ulty
Re' Estate, Comveyaaeing and Gen.
eral Practice. r All balness promptly)
attended to. Ofiee next door to Bus
o1o*e. GANsYnuAJ., FL0UomA


DR. H. ALDEIANN.

DINTIST.

Over Datoa Ce' Balk. QaseareUl


DR.


DaVERE B. MORRIS,

... DENnIST....


Oofe ever.N argue ReI' Pbome 5 aia


]FERtDINANID BAYER,
ATTORNEY At LAW,


GanGUsvua,


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*rochlag am t~aw Iw .Se hi


3AKE'R. MADISO/I& BAxTER,
AmTONIwwAT-LAw,
SOLIIorS IN CHANCn"ERY..

GAUIESVLLE,"MOMsa owl ni
O0e. Is HaymNahelec.


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Joa~ Psm-m., T. A., .A. 0.HAeayTT GE. P. A.,
JhokenavflI, FPa. Pier 8 N. k., New York,
0. H. TATWon, P. T. ., T 0.. BlowN, G. P. A.,
00 Broadwhy, mew York.
L. D. JoAu, T;. F. A., I. 8. SCBOBLN.O. A.
Jmkteoovlle. Fit. Leesbor, Fha.
W. G. OooetA, Ja. F. A.. Cin MxMiu, G. F. A.,
Jasklomvflle, Fla. Pier 8 N. R,. New York
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Fsr East,
,a serviD9g allY .e.

sstardin a tii0 b0 t
i t on the e tdiart
,o. rciylfle de 11
A
of ia totI r
Da I wohamSWile
lBemtuteis "stA i .
padeulati G l ,
which Is isxcluded. ,
.L Gaulois my rannt s an?1
#-create inquietude n .ifo..
hmgnnt, wbi* lbs Q sta
B re that "the now 0oW.D i
--rM wni in m j--k ,. t
of Peace-"
lollev. Men Were Dmrwtd.,
w OrsleMns, wy 8,.-'iM'ayWJ n
who started In a MOtr bot tre
reile, on tIlh eopat d"k t
Spanchbitraln, f tfr IWI ~Of
darly Monday MorM 0t OW
ste this city, have dgT g re
although searching 9 t1 baie
tall over the lak ta U 6rt to
them. not even a trw M h bee
covered. The yo7t00 S ftn 1* .
Mansftleld; ,'. Mattt*W. 4 A.
rar, all ei'4ieni4 of thiso ltty4- l
pcde of the young men'her bw v(es
Stave been drow l. d
Stop Grumbling, '
if you suffer from RhUeuathm or
i, for Ballard's Snow XAlmnt
Spring quick relief. It "5 a sure
for Sprains, RhsuatlstiA. CeoC
ed Muscles and all pawls-a nd t
n the reach of all. Price X5c,
$1.00. C. R. Smith. T,0%i" Tx.,4
i: "I have used Ballxd'S Sow
eat In my family for y Mand
found It a fihe remedy for ,a
s and aches. I recommend It for
In the cheat" Sold by W. M.
To Be Tried for His Life.
|Washington, (0a., May 8.-John
it, miayer of John Hli, at Frcklen,
1 ., on th *afternoon of April 8, I
I be put on trial for his life Tuxs.
In WlIk superior Oourt. The,
a Jury returned an lndictmenl
tt Cain and witoesesua In th
iS have been summonlled.
If You Don't
&rceed the first time use Herblne
M you will get instant relief. The
10ret liver reulator. A po litive
on for Constipation, D spepala Ma-
ha Chills and all liver complaints.
0-. -. of Emory, Texa, writes:
11 Wife has been uslng Merbfte for
Ewf and children for wvo years,
Ill sure cure for ,olpstin rid p
ria fever, which I Sb atatd
P'iat It has dome for uy family!#
-by W. M. Johnson.
TO Augusta, Ga.
9lly Pillman boffet sleepig| ear
I', Jaeke.niilly, Fin., at 9< m .
h Atinaoci Coast Line and arrives
ll t_*th tier I nOr iB. a 7 .40.ea.
w .iiiaii reeer tlonue mel thie
('.,,t L.o. ase Ol or sri<
II Age ^t. A:haq~tOl Ue, Jleek.
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THE


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Hadsm ockt'


tAYIN GS


FREE


BA-K


25o


GIVEN TO EVERY SUBSCRIBER


GAINESVILLE


Who will come and get a savings
which will be opened by PHIFER
southeast corner of th Square on


OF


SUN


Bank and start a Savings Account in the new bank
BROS. in their handsome store building on the
MAY 1st, 1907.


THE SUN Propobes. To Sive Away $1,000 in Cash
To stimulate the great, grand cause of Saving Money. There are hundreds of
Gainesville people who never save a dollar; they never think of thQ "rainy day"
that is certain to come to all. To save sparO change or a part of one's earnings is
all a habit, which, once acquired, becomes easy to continue, and before you know
it you have a sonug tum IA a reliable bank-and this bank will give you interest
money twice each year, to that your savings are really earning money for you.
Everybody has friends or Acquaintances who have been, mre or less successful in
a financial way, and in ninety-five out of every hundred .of these instances the
success that perhaps rmakes you envious was started by the bank savings habit,


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


DAILY


SUN F OR THREE MONTHS, AND GET


POCKET SAVINGS BANK


YOUR ACCOUNT AT


FREE "AND


PHIFER'S


SAVINGS


SUN $1.00 PER YEAR; DAILY SUN
-


A HANDSOME


25 CENTS CREDITED TO


BANK. SEMI-WEEKLY


i8.25 FOR THREE MONTHS.


MARTIN

)N ProL'ale*L
366 L'eIN ie. I,


nOrt i1s5NOV AR I0010o IA t IV lOSIMt


Every person renewing their subscription to The Semi-Weekly "un for one year or to The
Daily for three months or who subscribes for The Gainesville 8emloWekly Sun for one year 6r for
The Daily Sun for three months, will be entitled to one of these handaome pocket banks free of
, charge and will receive credit at Phifer's 8avinp Bank for 2S ceOts.


Daily Sun. $5.00 Per Year; $1.5 For Three Months

Semi-Weekly Sun, $.o00 Per Year.


Get in line and be among the first to secure this beautiful little bank


free of change.
.,-.* *-4 41*'<


You must call in person to .oure one.


ILL I- .


IThs Is the
Bank
121 SUN
gmv you.


E. H.


IF YOU ARE NOT A SUBSCRIBER TO THE SUN NOW, CUT THIS
COUPON OUT AND BRING IT TO THE SUN'S BUSINESS OFFICE
AND SUBSCRIBE TODAY FOR THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN FOR ONE
YEAR, OR FOR THE DAILY SUN FOR THREE MONTHS, AND GET
YOU A HANDSOME POCKET SAVINGS BANK AND 25 CENTS.
SEMI-WEEKLY SUN 81.00 PER YEAR; DAILY SUN 81.25 FOR THREE
MONTHS.
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,TOUARDW |6the uneen I W m

T fuaM'd your home again the un*
an dager of food products, th (oven.
', mont has enacted a pure food lIw. The
Slaw ompels the manufacturers baking
powder to print the ingredients on the
iabel of each can.
ThIn Oovwnrmnent has made the label yr poeretio- .
0 that you can a -id run-M4ed it caretlly, I t do. mot
"y-Ie cram of hmdft beck and


OYAL is a puream d a bking Piiwiwaa pi
'Pod" Otmpmp-didos m fto.-Wfadds Smbejdlm
,S Wis Of 6d.


SOF CITY ANl"

CiOUNTY CONDENSEg

of General Interest Gath.;
ered by Our Reporten

ONAL AND SOCIAL STSMS#

Has Happened and What Is Golin
SHappen Told In Short Paragraph
SThat "He Who Runs May NResEt'
in The Bun.
Old papers for sale at thist office.
I4ies' ready-to-wear good. J. Ma,-

3lorses clipped at Hunter & Ed-

IUlei' calling cards In latest styles
I Sum office.
We sell typewriter ribbons at this
Sfor 75 cents.
,A stylih line of ladies' fine dress
Wls at J. Manasse's.
Bilk tishi,.s, all colors and. styles,
ly 'rttv. J. Manasse.
Chias. ..Martin of Mikesville was
ting in the city yesterday.
1W the best printed statioery at
0w e prices call at The SE offloa.
fr Sale-A nice Jersey milch cow
H young calf. Apply J. E. Futeh,

MiIm I-rown of Windsor was
.tlg" g business in this city yesa
May.
tr a sit of Kirschbaum fine cloth-
I Thb t.-t uand cheapest at Ma-


AL tie flroon house
. Apply- to W. H.
+i 1Galn^ i. ili,


b rent
Valaetta,


l &Savp of Newberry has retul.
to hne He was here for a
So da. on business.
ReIntb-bres desirabl. vWoe
Applyour N. Ualversity St.
Your stationery private at T
4 First-ctlW Work
S Lat reasonable prias is M r
G p of the Franklaud Pb.
hate Compary, Newberry,
i" visitor to this ity


Boys' stits.


Come and see them.


F, ay-*holes typewriter for sale. Ap-
ply Sun office...


A few newspaper files
ply at Bun office.


for sale. Ap-


New stock of buggies and wagons.
Hunter & Edwards.
J. B. Kennard and Ed Donovan of
Waldo are in the city.
Ladies' white shirt wahfts, in silk
and lawns. J. Manasse.
Only purest Ingredients used in our
baking. Keystone Bakery.
A. B. Scruggs of Waldo was regis-
tered at the Brown ,House yesterday.
Ladies' fine white Persian lawn
shtrt waist suit8-all lace trimmed.
J. Manasse.
For Sale-Two Clyde Line tickets,
Jacksonville to New York and return.
Apply at this office.
Orlando Weeks. a well-known citl-
zon of Waldo, was among those who
sDent Tuesday in this city.
For sale or rent, at a bargain, six.
room house at 504 N. Garden street.
Address F. M. Cvllon. City.
M. Forman of High springss, who
has been attending court here, re-
turned to his home yesterday.
Mrs. Nannik Prescott of Graham has
returned to her home, after a pleas-
ant visit to her sister, Mrs. J. A.
Manning, in this city.
Lost, on Wednesday morning, small
gold ring, set with two diamonds and
a ruby. Liberal reward will be paid
for return to Sun office.
T. B. Stringfellow of Jacksonville,
who has (xtensive interests here, is
in the city looking after same. kHis
friends are glad to see him.
PHouse and lot for sale at a bargatn-
thpe blocks from Presbyterian
church. Seven rooms, all modern
conveniences. J. W. Blanding. 4"
Captain and Mrs. J. N. Strobhar
have arrived in the city, and are pleas-
antly located at the Odd Fellows'
Home. Friends are glad to welcome
them.
Lost-Bull gyp, white, with black
spot on ears next to head. Has mange.
Information leading to her where-
abouts will be appreciated. H. 0.
Kennard. m 8. Uaiverelty street.
I


Mr. and Mrs. J. Poa.s a


BlanMch Pons left yesterday for
S I Mr L. N. LatIag latt sonville. After remalnatm t
* fr Jaonvlla a whee oy few days they wll proceed to
h, a. few days a & of wille, N. C. where they will epe
ra- Mr-. -3l ggy. sum mer.
On last Tuesday q te
Gsin e ber of the MbW fthe
). .atgist church together With their
took P ater 3 n -am seeS"
S El' Ber. oa. **o*lete airnaw giving
Ss brashe,3 pantry gaile a pamdaeg o1


d Miss
r Jack
bere a
Ashe-
md the


it Bap
d wife
faer


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Blank lease sale at this office.
Price $2 per hundred.
Rowan Nvel of Jonesville was trad-
ing in th.- city yesterday.
Men's flue Panama, straw and felt
hats-tht latest styles. J. Manasse.
Dr. J. Harrison Hodges has re-
turned front a protfeslonaj visit to
Archer.
For Sale-4 new t1-room house; a
2-room servants' house and one acre
lot.. Apply to P. 0. Box, 221.
The Pure Poo" Law did not cause
any change ia making Blue Ribbon
Vanilla. It haa always been pure.


NEW




BAN K


Our long delayed bank fiA*
tures have at last arrived and
we are now open for business.
We want YOU-Not some-
bod4 else, but YOU-to start
an aoooont in our Sav4ngs Do.
' partmeat

Common m now-get In the
habit of saving a part of your
weekly or monthly earns
and put tt in our Savings De-
partMent where it will marn
interest while you sleep.
Nothing will make you feel so
Independent as a ntoa Bank
Account.

We want one thousand de-
pooltors within the next sixty
days.

We solicit the accounts of
merchants. orperaU
farmers and individuals asrb-
ject to heeck. No lteret al-
lowed as deposits subject to
check

We will be pleased to have
o become one of eWr e.a



PHIFER BROS.,


may

4jankers
~yw.4 .'-~
I


*1^^ l. (1 to te tbt
ieotfW of i "bybt
iUn)ite DPaughters of the Con.
.-1 be held on Priday after.
o f today (T dayr)ay).
S 'Will act accordingly.
Te t s be held at the home
of M.e p rs. I M Halle,
Wes Min rett at 4 o'clock.
J. J. .',t e ter. .
T e J. A rinley R, D. C..,
will meet Thursday *ft ono at 5:30
o'loCk at the reslden mrs. J. W.
Toko, -All are roe d to Wmeet
promptly at the above Eiiw hr ber^
MRS. J. M. TAYLOR, rt
t41 M. 8TSRINGFBLLOW., eoS


A. U. Huleary of Mia y ea
yesterday in this city on bualns.
Mrs. W. A. McGriff of Mlitotop
spent yesterday lun this city with re)l
aUves. .'
Dr. C. H. SBchlater of Micanopy was
a business visitor to Oalnesvllle yeaJ

Yard'wide taffeta silk. all olor,
cheeks and stripes, the very latest. L
Manase.
Mfas Nellie Bird, a charming young
lady of Monticello, is In the city, a-
guest f ater aunt, Mrs. W. T. Ciae
nut.
Mrs. ruest Molner left yesterday
for Sanford, where she will spend a
few days as a guest of her mother,
Mrs. Petries.
Jesse Boyd of New River was it
the city yesterday. Mr. Boyd holds
a responsible position with Percy M.
Padgett, the naval stores operator.
Justice E. T. Henderson and son,
R. E., have returned to their home at
Nowberry, after a couple of days
spent here, the former attending
court.
A. R. Harper, who recently removed
to a store on Fast Union street with
his stock of planos, Is again oqcupy-
Ing his former stand, West Main
street 8.
H. C. Stevens, the progressive Jew-
eler of High Springs, also division
watch Inspector for the Atlintlc Coast
Line, was a bpslness visitor to this
city yesterday. *
Hon. John G. Deapier of Hague,
chairman of the Board of County Comrn
wmasioner~, returned to his home yewa
terday, after attending the regular
monthly meeting of the board here.
Mrs. M. J. Beckham and op, Will-
latu. of Windsor, were I the city yesa
terday. They were ea route from
Newberry and. othea points in the
West End, where they have been vis-
iting relatives for the past few days.
County Surveyor James Croxton
of Ulicanopy was In the city yester-
day. He was en route home from
Worthington Springs, in the vicinity
of which place he hAs been engaged
at his profession for the past few
days.
Rev. F, H. Cralghill of Holy Trinity
church requests The Sun to announce
that it will be necessary to annl the
week-day services at his church der
Ing this week, on secount of work*
men engaged in finishing the Interior
of the new edifice.
I will buy from you or ell for
you, at private sale Or auction, any
household or kitchen furniture, or
anything else you wish disposed of.
During my 30 year' experlease In
this business I've never had one com.
plaint 6f not having give aatlUfo
lon. P. M. OUver.
Rev. S. P. RosMr and i good
wife diro to express ther very
deep appreciation aad th"aU e to eaoh
and evwey one taking part the very
pleasant and happy srmrse lvem
them Tuesday night. In site of
misfortune, the are the things which
make aswshtne where shadow
abounds.
Condutor J. W. of the Atlantic
Coamt Line., who has beep la charge
of the High Upr'les Mp train for
the past few m e e h tees rellev.
ed for vacetlus. He Is sucoaeded by
Conductor Ca. L COater, the plo-
mer of this ru, who la very popular
with the traveiag pebil, especlally
the patrol of thl s iha.




Anyone having 'o ur
dishes marked "ContVi
mental" wJIl confer a f,
vor by returning same',
Many-have been. allowe64
to go out, and have no
been returned.


Continental 0af0
PostoeEe Bloek.


JEFF SIMONS N
.i DIAL ER IN .


Fresh Saltwater FIsh


and OYSTERS


(In rear of Furniture Compan,)


GAINESVILLE,.


* FLOOR


I am now prepared to artomuaod
the trade with the beIt thp "t
govrd* In thin line Phoan Ist.


Miss N. Nort0


Novelties, Books, Stati0
Souvenir, Sheet Plct
aud Picture Frames


1M gut ubrty Strut, *
GBiESYiL . L !g

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KBVY6TON S BAKgR,



WILLIAM INDM


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Li". NJ FJ :HU I AY, MAY 9, 1907 -.LLAR A y

srpeA.r B>Mt.T~NuN. NI WS or t AD ND
TI A-Y----- ... TU 0 ML TO SERVE
*11100 ofthe N.
EN. w 5 m tEE OF SIX V


r IiSa. vet 9 y.of ttl, aara..w pr, Mon. at I proul aton lfor the past ow Bw iound Guilty. te
i, W P re t." 1o days. .
__,_ 0 maHWALP(aMI s Net4ARR ft mPORWT MILLED Rev. 8. B. Rogers mad his good THE VERDIOT- REARDED AS re^
,. s, Ital- ,sy wife deaire to xpie thdr vm .t .hI

I anle MlIted Ohsh eaIps w lafinided RMoMI Hel-U. the'I ad every one takin part to the ve ChlkIin i That Wa Not u t
i a Chal4 Aeseela. by S at lpLa, w a d" Imti Tf .Nwmh Pvaofle plemnt And happy surpri gsy, anl N aer Had Be., WhM o
VeM4lky Asegi y Native hJSagd lalirmatle ith the nj;fft ecurign them Tuesday night. Ii spite of Wag Altld fir Statement by J'.

above Bute. Most., May I.-'e North abounds. Salma. Ala., May s....
10A I S or lf PCoast Ullitted, the ora'e train O Mrs. H. H. Rager and daughter, haviW bi out Ince o'cxk
es, e* #ett, Ohopo m- h the Northeri Nad*0s .W* 'S4d Up at M.Mari, who have btet here for Iro e* the Jury In thew
g eas4it.. Darl he Weli'. Spur. Thisby, t ft* the past few weeks a gut of ie A S Chisolmt former p,
lasfl i .. . glIab.b, the a. "wlis at t of 0hI 4, *Ittt te*W angl- fo.eI s.latn, Mrs. J. D. ein.I.ller pad with having
.Tost -we.e bl low,~htest b t er day for their home In .t ,00 from the Fst
AT 11A AtI48r5 O aT~IwNvKIi LakRe. S. D. Mrs Ruger waB dUhng d b aHawzrmIngUARD EE)As
distir to- "k. e w- d left n a Ille i and h It IS all he in TC
oNSA' deep appreciation.qd thte a to .









did /pd a io nature *b with rse ,WO itr umeroum fends here w e de lihtedalcul atlt, brought in a verctl i
a amle l dIown the summed, wias to s the oeate tt to a advev her with tagPr I dray, and the aourt fixed puWnioht


uindtli e d the e iIt wae 4 l tiag t grI deur. I me at of curre ay ft 8eattle, or- Jude Duilynsls' Pkneral. AUt.B, Oa. -
to l3 2 s., tsa o Ur. maanage i ake important sestiflo laud ad pokase eats mlter flpb. Thd funeral of Jdge Morris A. When Clsoln was aaked if he h
IA f l records. This Is t he four time t he North Ds4lyns, who died Suday night*ln anythng tosy as to why sate
he B pfl.le of Coast eastbound h I been held up in Jackonville after a brie 't eis of shouMt not be A ronouncei, he t It
SfMoqnguihityp at a height of 10,- thre years. The other three times paralysis, wua held yesterday afte* ad asid that he regarded the ver
Iritla IlB Way 3J f* 000 feet grow(a rye, wheat. oat "ad this traln wuM robbed near Baar noon in that fty and, owlng to the a Just one, that he was no: crazy or
E d.i a f9 I3Imml.l wMoc barley, di evEn at 1,000 tet they Mouth, boot eighty ils wst of universal popularity 6f t~e deceased never had bqe'lnsane, but he reg
B te!, the Vuv4Sesity of a rteai wCoor hume s e mornnup t and the highreetlm In which he was t thee a iatr very much. th
re in t t 'wunhite gt' where shadow














Sh a f th I r wls, amots id trang et aniats, the seae of rth bbry of the Begr- held by all classes f people, assured tnon a then pronoRed h
t hOctatow, _ _tr allalntoe Flyer of thewo r oa, i Bna sc lir. att ena. tse. When the )wy came in and ie for' to
Ba P oy I-- I twonrv g a oon D ased, who w aM an uanle of L. a read thW e woIrd "Guir,,in (" :
M o CHLs N.t of ver ad mo- J. h of this city, was probably listened without a cthang of c It *
utMor- eants Rok a Train of Pioknlek* er Maageer HorI, of the Uthe notppep lna in Ill Jackson- M H ever so much as twib,
rhe, ireia Nt o Washington. Northern Htcfi rnllrod, gave Oat v aM d h death wat shok b, bt ti
I #a.ll5 Washnlgton, Oa.. May 7.-Just U te fliow'les .sttemnpnt about e at.u to the populace. lods Mr. oon t',3eis throughout thI
rWyl4g th r o the WashIngto breach of tempt to rob the North Coast Umit. Bud9khI L g nmathlse 'a him in the trial. I Kh In respond to t e
th le out the aGeoria Ritroad wasM pilllng out loss b his slater. auPIwryf ti ourt tLat he arose
ilo. Hllerma.sh small rmria about *e oibo" North Ch r St* "m ,I s, t isont, which he c0 b

| wwse'sf Sa .4e m ty, oure uankowa pWr* p tl:tt ontoitan, 8 tfleus AtI Soil-y,*l-ke ., May :.-The 00tot'- tw dIhA d4-lke silence KS
IB r M..V. l" i se > lat1 l 1 f*lY ItSAO. One of the missiles crashed through shot and killed the engineer and shot Fe, was dlitehed kne mile east of Med- Ju O. R. HRadley pronounced I*
in t: -a wladow, trikin Hll er Johsona, the fireman through the tar. hnuy way, Monwy aight by i predilu
ag PIIjeting had i the 10o yr old son of councilman W. dn i more shootln, but evidently be- ralla. The train was running at a n e-.
L %ly -"e Isa Out *, T. .Jo hnon, of thls city,, Inlicting icme alarmed and left. Sheriff Webb unusually high rate of speed, beln a LON HOREMEN ON STRIKE.
i n May r. me wi very painful thouIh not serous wound of Blli gs, was on the train and six hours late. All of the nine can -
ar d gua*le y kJ qud of p- o hla histo *tarted on the trail of the hldup except the last Pullman sleeper, turn Serious Turn to the Labor Troiltle i
Sga of L t by AS- Thre wwre about 100 bo>r and girls m I Bloodhounds from the Der ed over. A porter and baggageman New York.
mmlner o tbllo Wore th trin at the time returning lodae penitentiary have been put on were hurt. The pau ngen of the New Yo, May s e
k, of Brooklyn, teeoaded from the anual Baptist Sunday their trail wrecked train were brouIght to Holly. n ew y orke, Mawy $.cbae lon t
It avenue, the mai tho- siool picnic at "Illlman, and it wM "The robbers did not gI enty ah. e w Brokn ab Mnh o
JCooay Island ooeb h bbtne a ala week, I. Brooklyn and Manh&'M,
o o Monday, admoit a irksle that f no on was While this road has had several hold- Dia's Mothen-Law Dead. was suddenly Aetended Monay, whe l
Mag t id or f ain which som s y t ups I that vlonlty In the past ten City of Mexeo, May 8g-Mrs. An- a number of mea employed on the
ti years, we have captured the obbLs ustine Castello id Romeo Rublo docks o the Hudson, both in
e' tN" lodltaia-owaoi pp- New Yorks that J.e--The T Pa doing time in tmhe peI olarI, nd president of this republic died o& Is ester ated that about 3er.e
S fata e tes th at Albeit T. P o In all that time our i ey l I Sunday, aftr an illness but a few wet out. trlr cal
t uagritg siaer were pullo rk now eMllio a r f Wl oitea M. e not ezeded $3,000. hotr. President Dlas and Mrs. o Id isveral thousand mor
Slr: the 1 oo.n d'I la i10, ts eO~t"rplatula Mktlg bor -Di* and numerous relatives were It e wod trilke, an that vlhi
y HTi wioh linae th a writ of habeas ophs e the ground FOUGHT UNDER 18 PLA S. the bedside when the end came. Hle .48 hour tIe will ot be a lo-
Sd to ead, wro piled that he was tried sto witdraw- death was due to pneumonia. shorema at wek, except f r oo-*
Sarried away. his applictloi .er an appeal to olderr of Fortune Who Fought in ---- which great the increase s
- the latdhtg had been oom- the United Siate swieM court while Many Lands. Tornade In Texas. wages'domanIded. The men ask for
4, the avoeau looked as though be Ws under death senteae Bad M- New York, May I.-Henry R. H. Ft. Worth. Tex., May 8 -A store h 40 cents %a hour for ordinary work,
:L ha swept through it, r oe-ptl commutattl to Il e cIprIs- B. Melver. a soldier of fort, e. of wind and rain which was gnera' o coats for overtime, and 8i cet W
ar eetn earr th 0 moment from late Goerwr Htgglns. whose eplolte have been carried on throughout a coaiderable area i; o Sundays adt holidays. At prS-
to ti r i aeb Aie lt leat 0 The annouacemeat $is made author. tno any lands, wa fou dee In northern Texas. and which, at on eat they roeiT U3, 50 and 0 cewo
bk loads e matrlitl were hbaled Ity of Mrs. Alert T. Patrick. witf be tlu his boie In W t Tweaty- places, assumed the proportion of a On the other had, the dock 3-"
. The loes of the owm r of the oft the prtioner, give tI a long al- secod street Monday. He wa last tornado acoordin to meager reports peritea ta the lie partlicu.rCi
Swill be ooaMombee ale, a m 5 iatemat whntA tho Amerle e ana alive by Charles Mitchell. received here, has resulted la the los. the rat troas-Atatic lines, whid
[em paid extremely hogf rte_ __ At the time of his death the old et three livs, the tajury ef many per- a, .** .Ja ^-S- nero dr- il
Spridlege of e aaItalytih their ma was tnguged tI collaboratiUg oas an8d great damage to property an i enItaVi.i4 they grant the d,-
within easy reach ot the bun- Reter rand tal in O otedy. with as author In the preparation of e maeds of the a. They ao a

C. oke, late lf emgIetet4, bI. 1., tI Mclver'e owI story ti l. mereun Ga., May 8.--lbert seale.
n itariaan Cenferone, has been take Into custody at 8r. be laim to have served as olr Lar was killed near Amerlcus by In the aatim theo oompSer
./I Tent.. May 8.-,.R asae Lake. AccordIng to the 8 n the O Sepe muty; uder Oa ;bel- another egro, supposey Arthur have their S .ee, toewards sa
te trace o( the Unitartla eat the arret was m e by de. d, aempaignI l taly; as I Twa, whom the rw's jury, I- the crews at wrk lading fiJ i
eeetI here Teedy I tetivesU employed by a private agen.- eptsae De Car the Spa- vedotigatag te h e, obared It Is satd o fo the mi iy
I_ is It LeThi atm IIaer under' l ld m I l I at







Ela h. Delegates a Is ey. The local atherities at ar ahc pretender; as a major It the co. with the m e. La aer an. e- er wl l be ayeo, although s o
On eew h cclsedtey nth the 1ae LAke called kewled gs owsb ewattst i e am iee etefl M ag *3aut may to u thees w Eua r r
St*tell 0.as R. Hanle proouce
S~k N110~lueWON 0k~p T~sdal preiden of hisrepulicdiedor I is stiatedthatabou 8.0) O
$'*4k6HtQ~ *As Wee trA sys at lbet T.Pat Inell h~tUmsOur111110107 004 t" undy, fteran llnss o bu a ow ant ut. 71astriersc am t


bore froa, the north. Dr. Irish Ceunl ooe usa Napoeona us; a a ng 4 nd -. __
Nam.M o Mttbur Pa do. Ii Cuer g1oralk In ;the s of rthe;b __ __--
Ma pub e lecture Pa, d I- a, May .- 'I Ir 2l1 hedlve of ppty: as e manuder of' KILLi ft NTYM PAMILY.
Srt p theobjet of wth s 10 P*- aftofWagMle.etf t To e T eO for His Lf. -L Bt
'isaeld ot Flames .vt4 tr the establishmentt amfaa66 ee Ms emfrotlam ta. and laseI ashirgton. Oa., Ma. y ..-Johr 3 .aa re PasheCwptr ** C"s
P. May 8-A ethes ieas of as admialstrative esnell, at AI eSmeadO1r o ae tpeiasai g rC Ola,. slAyer of Joht His. at ikleks. and aDot I* Many.
ft., y Dub..D w.as Itroduced la the heSM Kb Mta. a.M ISa thl .*0-0n of April M1. kaa ae aSl.an. .-Waitw CC
",t e Ire wee burned f e comm es Tuesday aftereea by.the. wi-t be put on t i.sr his life Tues. Dvis, aua. i a st of ta "I
a1y lIght tI a Ire t a ltd meretary for Irelad. Mr. Ir- Strike ming ems. ay In Wilkes superior court. Tb ew Te~I"Ter, iy mad Ik
b1 at houses fIoMd roell. before as audlemo wle l.., Mf. .a--e t g r Jry rutnamed an tadletmves0 1ly of al RPiea th Wfs |
at laer Brook. eIrwowded every corner of thb hoiN st melat" l the Putalr dittrIot agal s 4l" nttnMea th se med at 141A Ne ds 0
amee pro, 1e Sdead -Ii q Is I .. .
m.NO T.he hl Washington. May g-rsIeWa-tUrn efTCe the egeIta nO thegf.aAls>
Tha'tm u m eA lar te I tem ie H e. ... PO W 11116 '
oheamorary vice t at tip M- th ato mgesalsx Oih Ae, .af. ta .-1. l u .
at stth ansualI in O S is Stma 0 Ueed ~m .. W.. w*

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NUlorder Otten' Wu nis.
to th*dr*t 4day thet gh






t rdanadtOnpr te motion

theb to the w estied


te bitwas aendesd
Iodraioed to Jacks-













s pecial order nitti Wednes.


',MW ;. s8, by i r. Tram.
vidAlbg that we tnteee of
p al, mhuprovment tunf of the
W of u orida and other Stae of.
e ashall advetlse for bids-before
Mitthbe public lands of the Btate,.
takeI, up on its third reading and
Sa r ftee minute address in be.
:t the btll by its author, the bill
aok on its third reading.
bill No. 14, by Mr. Clark of
-To amend Section 1919 of
[att statutes of the State of
retlting to destruction of
Paused Its third reading
bill No. 199, by Mr. Crill-
Sections S406, 8406 and
th division, title 3, Chapter 4.
of the general statutes of
PFtorida relating to trees.
to realty. Passed


SWe we among the bills
'o I5SO, by Mr. Haud.
t of trpo, and bope


htIll' No. L by Mr. Rowe of
lm--eparate watlUng rooms for
atd airos and I- peei.
p bill No. 44 by Mr.r Mtea,
p arks and branstsip M4'
P.1 bill No. 22k, by M. W Ma.
msendtln acst aethorgats el
"I bond issue by the Uir
bill No. 14". by Mr. West-
tas prima fade evidaM aof.

To to railroad crossings;


* biMR No. 16. by Mr. Tram.-
wwr of railroad cluumlasion
IL behalf of ladiiduals': paed*


I fa


A ~


1d4malN


In absence of the chaplain, who re
turned to his home in Alachua county
4 week or so ago on account of ll-.
Correction of the journal.
Hoase resolution No. T3, by Mr.
Knight of Columbia-That beglnntin
Tuesday the House be in session
from 9:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m., and
from 2:30 p, m. to 6:30 p. m. Adopt
ed.
A message was read.from the Gov
ernor, urging passage of a measure
to enforce the preseat game laws of
the State, by creating a department
of gamf. (A bill to this effect, intro
duced by Mr. ftuell of Putnar, Isi
now before the, HZi e.)
Mr. Watson moved that the comr
municatlon be rtrseA to committee
on game and mpvd4 oan the journal;
agred to. '
Introdu*e t fH
Following were amoon the new bills
that, were IntrodueWd:
By Mr. Farris of Daval-Relating
to process in civil eaa.ea
By Mr. Smith otLa4kje-Anthorislng
State Board of Health th establish
gaultariuNm for tuberlubea
By Mr. Wilson Ji-To abolsh
incorporation of towi i i teira.
y Mr. MNeltn of vst* 09Providlng
r funtlashing of GOoivwr's$e. mau
mad IIprovement of iMft a.
By Mr. Malone rof M.etang
to amapalim expendtthtae.
by Mr. Abernathy of OrMge-tate
*reeal and uereJ Start bead-
9marten at JacksontleB.
Tiae Koese adjourned sft passtg
eI* more special order *es&
GRKRft ARI AT*lK.


l. l No. 14. by Mr. Tr-! Ce, c~tor Beomaln Ha, ielp0 e
,mtylr.e cets to be the Pfro ef TWeOrt-ive em Wet
peackps not exceed T7u Mao problem on t wom .
s; sW"eal order for work almt at ast ka 1 la

.e Mrr. M ANe- d"*Fer ;
In c items and *ma,. wvho* ti k
I s . "-WP M S
B~fK-yiy^^1^S ^1?


W ai


Ppft of a.
~i ilod'w twldemntly 4


e be-1 Mbeo ,
iftw 'towt$Mtn
ti a groom, a =4mw m%,*
"" he na"1t jamep,
Sa this ystortoh a nd p- f ,, .. ,.,,o
thr eas to coast
ort t esay. snortit te p" -
ttcr$ iothad}nr,* t the .- .VU.&
.t-01 t an
Mee ly tw rhi tholds7ot W se I .a. items s

10[ flu Ite4 1fo. the ran Ithe" "
av le that bI, h Indga4 td thof at l" TiHe
IIa -i-ptly Alep o-dp of |

fr t e ptsini other d ta
Sit e,# aWNd si weash I
the s, bay wor' $1y00
pital of the Athtle QOi t ea -
seep .. BA" ARD.IMENTCO.O
Ve rr ttle t known, or J4ml4 b et
earned ofethsem ysterou'soit, ... ..and _,, ,.. <'
the cocdent, which was endity .mys- lnll e1.m
teloeus. It is said that he 14' a apw-
t -okmployed by the Atlantic Coast : -.- -
i, andthat he came to Gainesville L O. e SO N
early Saturday evening. It is fur-
thor stated that he was to have been "
married to a lady at Hague, ten miles
north of the city, Sunday afternoon,. '7. .*-
but there is one thing sire., the ntd- O . B *. '
fortune which befell him will have *. .
a tendency to delay this, aol)mn cere- H .
money indefinitely, for the man is .:,--- *
said to be in a precarious oondltion.
Nothing I. known of the movement a
of the man after midnight, but At is *
supposed that, becoming Utired of wait-
ing for the train, he declda to walk
to 6atgue, and when a short distance
out lay down to 'test and Went to 0 rsNatr'

COatarrhand batarrhal Headascit h t
o'are quoekly rell.ved by Nosa A. It am Il dica in-
joothee the eoousted membvaoe.l, al. m penmedorrs1.
.ays .Inamsmtions and ,hr thoughly th'. T tent $1. |
heals and cleanss. It keeps:.moit T
Small the passage who@e lendency is. to AlbasMi sstuhetuati d4ieUan5H altie,.
Sicken and btoome. dry. Oures colds,. M NTAINu -R*- CO.. os Rl4. Tenn.
I throat troubles, hoareenDes, bay
Sfever, "stopped up" soe, breathing
through mooth while sleeping, offeu.
sive breath, et'. It Is a taltispiee and FOR SALE BY. LL &
contain. no chemicals or drug havl, in FOR SALE BY J. W. MO LLUM & CO).
f a narootle Efet, or that can case
t.the "dr habit." N

J. A. Broadon,of the Natinal Sig A BSTRACT & R LT MP A
Co. Dayton. Ohio, writes under date
* otf .O.. 1I. 19: ouaIa s t he4 oaly (Ixoorporatell
Sprepartion I have ever ned that re. E. E. VOYLE. MGR.
ItiO MY210110 sopeedily. &aLsraess of Titl e f full ItiomatoL furnimsed to arding lato 1 4. I
pleasseiy. I am ettlug the 1rst real eqntCy. OT111 m1a4er has lived in iatos eouuitr trinty ysari mn
pleasure out of breathing that I have to thoroghly onpversant wish lAfid title.
Sxperlenaed sinee I eootraeted na brA
six years ago. Money would not buym 8 J Tt-rn
yt sobeof NosaxAif lould not geot. 0 E .. V O ...J .E LIN
i NoA from J. W. MoCo1lomA frRS A IDEiT, UBGLARY AND INDEMKITT MIaCANCE. O**?*
0. siad W. M. Johnson, sleln Mb bet rofe r eaAmericanWd fti ompanlei
CeI your money back if bet batsifled. I.,]. ES AT A TT LOAig
Sample tbe asd booklet by mail 10e. a*^ W-^ S I:orld( F'
St. Louos. 1o. 0Md Oreeville, Tenn. OSOAR SAND11BS. PERRY M. COL" *


l fTei ty Q. N. Sanders & Cotipanv
ted by the Dmper. DEALR8 IN--
Tais action e e a leted by iae and*

mtitag great good. \ 8O FARMER8' IMIUMWRTS, FoftNIt'RE
Thoen of the country Wo were In New Sto, e*'* oods. Oompltee im* of Ladies' Sperie Das boJ'o
the city Tuesday expraeed gratis- Facey erl* UnitlO f ^Krttere joe> tmedes e-ae atL
nation at the rain. which wM badly W Poslbts Prtuct Lrtt AStehqofa.oo4X Carred
*eeded. The farme v be ,m t r C& m Slsth Aah tes.
the next few days planting their crops.

* LInL ypCKEY P.C.AN. G. S. MERCHANT & CO,
Tiheesea. who have been wured by
Ry-mtei oatf the nhaler that com es
0wery outat the "Uttle Pocket r .4 *


te m havh tomtac *fmlow that -" ^ M *| -|


7-w ~be gOW I
73Fp

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is ea*nely bee
thi. It does o84
ot nature that
.oo svly. r


OMUe~. DPoodi'


Him



40so eld d.


aof tcr olan ot
said bad ota 1
with deceaA (W M
the murderer. ,
about AT*e
it is said U1,0
ure of ti
sever bee
the nlA t
Wayld .
is a farm ,
three aies n t roi e
to hi homt o iht t%
by his brother. lVY
was thie only eye witness a
principals, it is tated ta1
waiting by the sideCo the r*
a big tree, and whep the I
positwe stepped out, hcoen
to halt, with the Iatorm
be proposed to ilhel thea
same time he *veledt a 4
gut was loaded with biokn
the contents of t .ast I
Graham lel ngs 4ek h
hav t e predael lan th
victim fell fo1 the *, g
i id a 9serd t "to
ws side.
SUsed Buggy as reastwork
the meantime Levy L=o
the buggy, and was t l
as a breestwork H4
deliberately "breu hAt au
the p lee, whae he o a
'shot Into the 0ta 41e0 11a





stretched up the groUd.
penetrated the arm of Or
who was then ded, whon
ag the danger, began to
retreating, the witness I
B app discharged the Qte r
directly at him. but the
t wild, and be was MaIaaJe
With all baste Levy 14mg proc
Tea of the "r1aekl, joast
Hefnderson e anea en amer
and retumed .w* the mu
scene of th tragedy. Aftte
the remains sad tMag theW
7 of the only wtes, th ul
ed a verdict to the ffect thU
came to his death frola
wounds at the hands of

Sapp Made -s- -ape.
Inedately after te tragedy


9 men. and. q *ln kt

e reared

L A. L GItUU.S -
i Will Arrive so Sert
4ainesville One NeOW Sarig
Begining Sunday, thine -
119 of sedtiema the Smi
D Une Ra~wa wM a &e
val and daaitme o tbabea




tue G 1 'fr hi i


two I
"g &


~i~ii~ tros
blood, 4e.
~ .,,bs~.
~li~tt once
j~ar'IUeth,
~evt ~oWn
Yotzr dociot


The Party WKl|
a O'Clook pI4
at Historilo
turning Late in


l found relief t.
ehabsemi table h

eru labtor known to
S.ADE tiHeni It oures the _e /
-. ~ aglto. know Muhdoe


iimoProm casa usesnso much dissol"
ITOeday' t Y1 r$ e.o s o an troubled with
oFiday, mtay1t t should take. Ir-as action towardo0
lt da th hada V I tpbe restored to en4dstrength by tab
,- H"iB children and othUn o, 0% vII fo ti..jf_ o,,, ,. '" rAu *e1 (*'n
17 that Is the day 4letM d f- th1 5 d.i E. am'sVe table Comp
Sanual plento of &o PrWbetteh, ,i Adelaide ehola of m1 0Mad Street. New York
.. 2etOhodist. Episolea sad 'Baptist Mt'.--Dear MI. Inlham:-'t who auger would only
Sabbath schools. t La Piakham's Veoeta 4 their troubles wom
ssH oTpommiwttee afterri.M wplaid- a4ileated. I teal freat UN for the relief and
Soration, decided thatso better or L Plh Vetbme by tUabla remale Compl
UPI ramantcl spot oa9 be eletd t $e ht d m Organte te. fe6l1e
Worthington Sprins, with Its oad i en toa oa te the whole femln t
nag natural s onsolive sakehe 2 L
a0mons 'o c. t. s. as mat or. a uno Pa~kha i 'l Stand at Invitation to Women
.wasan easy conehratSon, the tland
d)y Nl tqi. Glnel li leaolty Enttehoed tion being agreeable to all. ay fores o female wea s wees iltdied
TwO O itlinlulshed Vielttr. With a visv4to the comfort of thoe i__ a o tt
S the Chrintan Endv veSoety of who desire to take advantage of( w sa
SWoth Ok Gainesville ha bnwes highly opportunity to spend a day in the
0oorsd during the month just past. woods, the committee has arrangedWN
ta- visit from State Union with the Atlantia Coast UAe for a
t? nv. .Jas ,. Wfunard' of special train, whith will leave Gains
,, stopped over April 8, vill.at8 o'clock. After an hour 's do
V b H to resbytery at DeLapd, lightful ride, the party will arrive at I lRD'ISTOCK FA RM ..
f, ta i tate Ci B. onventlon t m i Worthngton. Returning, th train ,,
Sqp t. dslighted aIt lrge audieode will leave Worthilnton at 5 o'clock lan -
rry ,at the A tWah na upaU Chr. the afternoon, arrving In ?Gauteile *
0I 00 94idea"Y talk, wch as fol. about 6 o'clock. C l Inesfilll. Fla
Slowd by a "oolal hott aip d refresh. The fare for the round trip on this
sn ts. n Mt. Winsa*-was'entertalhed occasion will be 60 cents for adults, -
qtsMed by lrt` Ramsey and ftmuly while 0 cents for children. Ule it Al
ttlapp here. be a Bauty school saftr, a cordial *'A
od hi Another eat honor was the visit Invitation la extended to the public, ,
buggy Namn u~S the tafe TUnion Se"ao and a big crowd, not only from Gaines JIO I'ROBB o horses
andel tary, Miss Graseet Townsend, form. ville but from the surrounding ooun-
natioa etrl of Avon Park but now of Inter, try and nearby towns, Is expected to
i. At lahe& Our "little secretary though o. i h e
double. frail of body, is strong fit faith and Tht committee ha spared no pains oo red i eential to high-
lgger. courage, and her indomitable spirit to make every arrangement for the
shot, has overcome all obstacles, and Bh comfort of thow who go qP this ple-. ck orse 0c8 i 9 i 0 t Pah igciean ma."
barrel work -for the Master is her life. nie. The lemo)sda man will be on
which Mrs. H. W. Bruce was her hotead, hand to refreshlthe picnickers, there
death. and Mrs. J. D. Turner a" ed greatly will be plenty At good things to eat
, and to her enjoyment by giving the serve. prepared by 4 mothers, -wives,
effect Ices of bher bsorw and bugy. Miss daughters and sw thearts, and in all .
Townsend was delighted with all It is determine to make this affair
Ganesville. one of the most laoe pakul of the kind 1S o
d T or OTo ever given be 8sandard Bred sAt1ies. T;l5l S.1?'. 0i of tbI dof i TomW T bo l
TAd AO F One, Cm, or T -
g the LtI CoLtyoI. I Letter to J. P. le. .00j. te. Brown Stallons. 163 band., Trotter. Sed by Toemm
I saw rank J. Chey make oath that oLate viL S MS Lxlsgoe, . red by ?rn Wof dle,. 3.14. 1The great.seo et
* and he .Is senor partner of the frm of Des Sr: Wilks. Wianer of many Blue Ribbon.
red a P. J. Cheney & Co., lotng buasne In to a toes for a quart of white palt

, sa.idT. en.am =.l .t...o.e,,r. Chester 'oeDowye
aham pay the sum of One Hundr Dollars In Bridgeton. Maino. IRIS!T NO. Ir l '
e4vy, for each and ever ease of Catarrh "Are they what brought yo( ber?"
run. that cannot be eurde by the uo of asked the merchant. "e; ma said Bay.- tallion. One of the Oreostes Oomblataoa s Saddle ad Rameig
stated HallS Catarrh OwIO. get a quart of white; and rve eoorneH ever bred in Keatocky. iseens heads, wjghs 1J.00 peaoedl. wte
Ster- PRANK J. C Ey. t for the leastallone paint" seoteillon. Winner of numerous Blue Bibboas at leading Hlone NI J
shots Sworn to before and sabcribed That boy will be a a before his He has bees declared by many horsetmen be one of the babdsoe ladle l
. omby presence, ths th da D mother. Yours truly, eali In Amerisa. He has proven bltmelf a g res sire. He is a power
heded comber, A. D. 1 0 F. W. DEVOD & 00. remarkable action. Trots la hare s ad go"s flve als *nader sbe
0a (Seal.) N4Wiry Pable. P. 8. The 1. J. Thomas Co. sell our ie14 by theo elebrated Chester Dare, dem by Me t e OChief, Ir.
ner, Hal's Catarrh Oure Is taken ta. paint. XIBPS and CHBETER 'loDOWILL ae ts she head of bie f Stead
an to rally, and act dire the b *- t h sam sed, Gateville, Forids. Terms, $.00 per Nase, ,wih Mte
view ad amucou races r o the sy tem / il' eG t a w ease mare o Iso led.' ,To easeorage Fiorida bleeder, a
test ea for te tmoatas Ifrae. tlea of l10 will be made from aiN e pbINe If she $OX Ipai promptly. Ii
V. 3.O. y &Cat50. e*aad he shrge tat id be made In eate hy. J gea deie Se
rYe- .hld b all ThouguIs.ts,
t d. Take .Ha.=s Fl-.Pl. foro n. writes so-. Addres

a TheQuarterly Ce.nf.er Standard Stock Farm,
The Second Quarterly Cofermee OAINSVILLB, *
of the First Methodist Church of this
Sapp city was held Monday morning at the .

" v"u rep "r e nOO a The Oldest islteoy House in
uve D Bayer, leciretary. The pastor
ano d official board present. ___tl M .'
'th41 The various reports subnitted *how- , -,- -
ed that tha ohrc. sunday school, OL A i m
upworth Lee w and all other sode- Pre gas ild o re.
ties of the ceurch are in a farst-elas r t
ooedlti, and the presiding elder
from complameted them highly for the f I
r' good work that is being done.
m a J. A. Phtto was eected as trustee r IB ell Bl
board The follolto named now constitute +
* the" leboasd of teuee of the church: '- L ,:+
BW H. G. Mamo L, IH .J. M.Dell" xi. D ---- ..-H
thc L Pr .. Thomas. Wa. R. eS are
iKnstry. U J. Swearsges, Fprdinand
S'Iayer "ad 3. A. Phifer.

If yu emAr frela U~eusn or *rO Pakes U*

go aMAy's gS w ,Urnta s I_ TINs __-_-- -----___-- -



are ser asiEeassumat c lol e ratl geares coiPAtnr, ^11
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Up, Among WhieaO In,-
of water own. w to.
,~osaibilfty i 9r 4 Su0pply



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S omerms' .fu 1-W. T.


STs Arnw. 13180;
Contingent Coud-




.pA. motsem, A ..50; m a A. h
Bro fe., Bros. .0 ;

SNo.1. ,.t u-.0; T. Art
; D0r. 0. a uim, stu 1;


t b. T Arnow, $1.80; I
S r; m montage, o.t td- I
40oa;. 1 wa.0; Co Hl
of elections (12;
ale Cmpany, w0 1..
Fireluvan @ 0u.ture Co.,








edrtq,4. $ ;1.0; W. R.
A.H ; *A. 46e6l, to; 0.
. 4taIC Pater amor and








Sdon .1; W. Adamson, I
p~it~aPtIy osn omrs. pany .
IHIe Gas ad EleiUe ow and




g*~3.75. Water Works pense I
P. MiColl NP $1.; Jack il. b




I Primus Week, 7; Ga. street -

9as and Electrio Power Op,,
4. J. Thomas Co., $18640; W
hardware Co., 1.1ar Gware Co., -

PlaniSg and Coffin Co., $9.55; w
An arson, $8; Lynch & Co.,
?. elley Co., $41; T.B. llis, .
4ew York Lewd and Wool CO., fa

i . Co. L. Railroad Company, C
SW" R. Thomas, $W. C. od. d, a
B. i;. Miss Lei Hale, $4.0.k -
fand-Daily CofSun Co, $10.50,
It eud-Dally sun, $10.50.


Cannon moved that the"
of July, 19, be corrected so
'telade a bill of W. B. Miller
.60, to be paid from the water.
expeame fund, arid that the
of November 6 be. corrected
Include bill of Batrd Hard-
'jOany for $411.70, both bills
to appear on the minutes.
M arried.
of Board of tblic Works
t oertl tes on East
street nad Alchua aveue.
ala stet, were referred
attorney to prepare an ordl-

Cannon moved that the
of the fnance committee see
Jetal up tax roll with proper
Iwg for columns. Motton carried.
S man Bunch moved that the
it of Father Lynch be refeot d
MtMreet committee to Investigate
as to the city bearin part
uapense of sidewalks around
Motion carried; and that his
for an arc light be referred
I gt committee to investigate
also carried.
ia Bunch moved that the
ETtendest of waterworks bave
fountain east of the
paired and put Ito good co
Motion carried.
Bunch moved that the
t put In by Oun Waters re-
ti e damping of garbage, be
to santary committee. Mo-

Somplaint of citiseas tIn South-
ville regarding bridges
upoa motieo to street

m snaon moved that the
*M a ert te iteS width
if .aMB 8e waI
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MANY 4 Q OIh U ANC

Among #Wie, W- Oj fr th tUr
tion of Ra eO. sbh
Lake a ( | Jquet Sftlm nt
Olvision (ts Are t4pueropg.
In the Seate Tueaday morningn
there were three orders which cow
sumed oot of tle session.
Mr. 0Clar'e.l M provldln for an as
sistant aW4i y.ene'rsl was* lost, th
enate l pae th, House bil
by Mr. ofttw I Marioansithorti
lug the o t of special cou
Sel by t c aftwhooee *
Mr. bS0ll j' treaurins oh
trustees afirnal Igproveten
fund to edl landois nred tfo
sale was Banlaquiy and al
ter a lg lip de the same sen
ator's biQ uan| 3$ aeate the mail
mum r~ r es pekaes n
exceed ej %Odis in welfht, was
passed a itde of i to 9. ,
The c at of1 various consti-
tutional m ten ubts to each hous
oocopied a1 Nd deal of time and dtu
one prxooeet 9 Mr. MaeWilname
sathol oflt the Letslatore to mlx Jo
flial salaries, passed the lower Hous

A debate of Itea, two hours covenl
Ing the quesoi tpoi all uthdoplnts
of law ad4 noral ttad public policy
followed the seeofd reading of the
bill of Dr. aLith ofT Lake, prohibiting
thb shbipmeat of liquors from w into
dry cousttUe of this Stat., the motion
ot Mr. Parris of Duval to Indefinitely
tpone the bill being laid on the
ble by a 'vote of 4 tq 11 and the
U went to the enrossing committee
or third reading.
The Iouse committee on city and
county organisation reported favor.
ibly the bill to abolish the municipal-
ty of Estero, and unfavorably the
bills for the creation of Seminole and
0deo counts.
The Seoate will taki action today
a the Palm county bill and possibly
ext day on the Pinellas bill, with a
arnm flight In prospect of both.
The House committee on education
9day reported adversely to State unl-
ornnlty of text-books 4 to 3, though
chairman Dudley favored uniformity
ad the fight wll be carried Ito the
house.


SENATS PROCEEDINGS.
The Senate opened Tuesday morn.
lan with PreudeM t Harri In the
chair; prayer by senator Crews.
At the request of Seator Come the
gent find appopratlon to officers'
fund. Motion carried.
Alderman Cannea moved that the
minutes of October I be corrected so
as to have the amout of $118 be
placed opposite t" nawe of W. 0.
Adamson. and droppla the Igreu
from there down onttl the ament
of $91,49 appear opposite the name
of . A Taylor. NoUom carried
Alderman Bunch oed that the
complaint of the iUk for excessive
water charge be referred0 uperin
teadent of wateworks, to lavest*.
gate and report Mor i carried.


and report it any way seems poslbl
by which the water supply an be
increased. option carried
Alderman Bunch mored that the
sanitary committee ,ook la teo the
sanitary condition of eesposl Pitts
property, and have the repst before
Council. Carried.
Communcation of Ool. 1macmes r.
terred to street commute to st

The appointment of Alderas
Buech as president prove t was ap
proved by motim of Aldesm Vial.
Whereupon the Council ad re
until 4 o'clock Tueeday afterose .
Tuesday Aftermea'ss teaBs.
The CouncU m"t tn rea r o4der.
in ceutpuaao with asnmm at
Monday, whersapam am r M
vidalt or the mi ob al astlas M
aIuta cfty ouMUfl In WW 1 4
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president' wa asked- to *irve the
rules and assign Senator Jobheon to
such committee as he deemed advis-
able.
President Harris Informed the Sen-
ate that be would ameounce the ap-
pointment Wednesday.
Senator Beard of the Second Intro.
duced a resolution to have the statue
of Bdwin Kirby Smith placed in the
national statuary ball at Washington.
The resolution requires a commission,.
which will be appointed by the Gov.
ernor, to select the statue and attend
to all details an to the location and
cost of the statue. On motion of Sen.
ator Beard, the rules were waived
and the resolution was placed upon
Its secdad and third reading. Passed
unanImously, and Immediately certified
to the House.
The House resoluaton to Congress
to call tor a federal institutional
convention to have an iteome and. In-
hertlance tax imposed, came up on Its
-en readlns.
Senators Buckman. MeCreary.
Brooe and Crw spoke Ia opposition
to the resolution, onteading that
Florida should not take the Initial
step, but wait for some larger State
to take sueh action.
Senator Cone moved that the reso.
Ition be referred to the committee
on eonstltutlomal amendments. Sec-
onded by President Harris, who had
called Senator Adams to the chair.
With only three dissenting votes
the resolution was referred to the
committee on eoitigtlonal amend-

Hosse memorial, by Mr. Kirkland
of Lake-Askint United States bsn.
atmr aad Coagresmew from Florida
to Wse their every setrt and influenes
to have the stone and timber acW re-
pealed; ,pmmd.
Seate adjourned until 10 o'clock
Wednesday morning.

HOUSE PROCEIOINGa.
The House was called to order at
:30 a.m. Prayer by Bev. J. B.
"tt Oorrectin a Jen alaL
Memortal No. 1. by Mr. McKele
of Pmtam-Relatve to the hyaeat
IrshleMa m the Lt Jobea rer. Paw.
ed Water waiver of IM rule; yeas

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son of Volus-ish reservation ea
Bast Coast
House bill No. 418, by Mr. Reese
of Ecamnbla-Employment by State
opard of Health of Inspector of hotel
Jo the State. '
Senate bill No. 115. by Mr. Cran,4
Ratifying all contracts by county
commissioners for hard surface roads;
passed.
Special Order.
House bill No. 17, by Mr. Knight of
Citrus-Relating to cutting or remov-
ing of timber or boxing for turpep-
tine, on lands sold for taxes. It was
reported favorably by the Judiciary
committee and placed on third read.
ing. Amendment by Mr. Knight of
Columbia, making maximum dne $500;
adopted.. Amendment by Mr. Wilson
of Hernando adopted, and bill passed;
yeas 44, nays 4.
Dlispeltlen of Sills.


House bill No. 197, by Mr. McKenste
of Putnam-Relati# to admission to
home for disabled and ndigent ex-
Confederate soldiers and sailors In
Duval county; passed.
House concurrent resolution No. 27.
by Mr. Doke of Alachu masd..-D.n


etc., ballots; advanced to third read.
Ing.
The House took a recess from .::
p. m. until 9:30 Wednesday morning,

SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC.
This Event Being Looked Forward To
With OQrat Peal of Pleasure.
The otining uaion ,Sunday school
picnic, which win be given under the
auspices of the Methodist, Pr,, t.r-t
tan, plscopeol and Baptist churches
onM,PrtMaythe 10th Inst., is bein6- an-
ticipated by the children and others
with a I1eat deal of pleasure.
The please will be held at Wort~-
Inaton 8prings, :and a special train
Over the Atlantic Coast Line will l-ears
Gaaesville at I o'look, reaching tbe
springs at BRetonig, leave Worth-
InSton at 0'eleck in the afternoon,
arriingtbo e in plenty of time for
upper.
Toe fare will be 60 cents for adults
and 30 eats (r children, round trip,
and iMdle4tiOn are that a large nuM-
ber will avail themselves of th- op-
potnlMty, as the public generally is
Invited.


halting to Interstate commerce rates. A QYPSIES ARE HERE.
House Joint resolution No. 52, by
Mr. Mattaews of Marion-To amend the Sparrew Sand Have Set Their
Section 5, Article 8. of State oomstltu. Tefta le Noeth Gaineeville.
tion, abolishing office of county tres- The bad oof bem traders under the
urer; enrosing committee. leadership of Mr. narrow, who ,pet
House bil No. 234, by Mr. Rowe of some tiam ee last year, ha, e -
Madson-.Ptxnag the penalty in em. rived, and have pitched their tets
besalmest cases; grossingg commit. In the pine 1ov0 North Gain.-I lle,
tee. near the store of Henry Rani '.
House bill No. M6, by Mr. Rees While these people are not (;. ,-st
of LEsambla-Providing for service by they are general termed such 00
publication upon unknown parties in account of ther ar of tra eii
bchancery suits; engrosaingcommlttee."and living. T 'hey ar e caor
House bill No. 274. by Mr. McKenxleIlot, and the people at North a. *
of Putnam-Relating to voters in vtle ,,co d the -bc back g la.
bonded elections; withdrawn-. Reported ey '
House bill No. 21. by Mr. Mailoe Uw wr j ho & y -!
of Monroe-Provndlg for traveofg Wft SW es tM evening. & N:lt-
xpeone of circult Judgee; engrase. te P e it i" tkb lessooig
tag committee.. brtir.B
Senate bill No. i O0. by Mr. BakWr-
Providing for the reception and safe *m iV TOA Vo
k" ig by the CommlMisoner of tAgri.
euhrwe of the Seld notes, maps and
recods of the srveyorgeanr. ap-
pertatIin to aad te to rFloreda;


St learn a e relate standing an4l, i l ta facttur
:ers .of med to. as the most eminent ful asW- to
: -tiform aid perfect purity of remedeW p it is well
tit phformad ap m os 4,etp
tophy mand the Well4-fornd gend rl ty t1t PFil Syrup
Co., by reason ai .#rAt*ethods an4 prfect equiiS el tr o
Its product has atxned t bO high sta g ij scientiG and wles which
is accorded to ful ad reliable houses only, and, theelfOre, that the ,me of the
Company has boea guarsaAtes of the excellence of its te*edy. .
i~~T AN. QUAI.
appeal to the Wall-Informed in every walk of life and. ae eseestial t permanent sue.
cess and creditable standing, therefore we 'wish to call the atteptio.s of 4tt who would
enjoy good health, with its blessings, to the fact that it inyolves thb qistion of right
living with all the term implies. With proper knowledge of what Ibest each hour
of recreation, 4 enjoyment, of contemplation and of effprtinay be ) :,t 4o6 tribute
to that end and the use of medicines dispensed withgenealdly to g.eut Idvatage, but
as in many instances a simple, wholesome remedy may be invaluable if.tden at the
Roperr time, thd California Fig Syrup Co. feels that it Is alike mportat to present
truthfully the subject and to supply the one perfect laxatie, remedt h has' won
the approval of physicians and the world-wide acceptance of the WelI,-1 .d because
pf the excellenceOf the combination, known to all, and the oighinal "t of manufac.
ture, which is known to the California Fig Syrup Co. galy.
This valuable remedy has been long and favorably known und4ser ame of-
Syrup of Figs-and has attained to world-wide acceptance as the .4tt-eKellent of
family laxatives, 4 d as its pure laxative principles, obtained from Senat, are well
known to, physicians and the Well-Informed of the world to be the best of natural
laxatives, we have adopted thq more elaborate.name of-Syrup of Figs and Elixir of
Setma-as mnore'fully descriptive of the remedy, but doubtless it will always be
called Aor by the shorter same 6f Syrup of Figs-and to get ift beneficial effects always
note, when purchasing, the full name of the Company Californik Fig Syrup Co.-
lain.ly printed on the fret of evety package, whether you simply call for-Syrup of
igs-or by the full name-Syrup of Figs sad Elixir of Senna-as-Syrup of Figs and
Elxirof Senna-is the one laxative remedy manufactured by the CaliforniaPig Syrup
Co, and the same heretofore knbwn by the name-r-Syrup of Figs--which has given
satisfaction to millions. The genuine is for sale by all leading druggists throughout
the United States in original packages of one size only, the regular price of whiclk
is fifty cents per bottle. .
Evefy bottle is sold under the general guarantee of the Company, filed with the
Secretary of Agriculture, at Washington, D. C., that the remedy is not adulterated or
misbranded within the meaning of the Food and Drugs Act, June 30th, 9o06.

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Sand the h4mk
Yr.)world #1i
r~okly
&a and the
snVthe mpg*. "y


rd Wendom StIOB1 10.


eat Roosevets. Jame town
was a 6 tse'e bewmase there
nothing surprilan it

ator Penrose's vilt to the Preul-
wasv en velvetfote beds of
ry ease both oom01a and going .

0o iewoper oorre@pndet has
been killed for deerasting the
moonlight of the White House
conferences

er Mayor McClellan and tanm-
y get through burying the bhtehjt
will no doubt try to bury atf
their political enemlse.,.

St. Louis man p*rotoded t lnch-
and was married beWfre anadows.
T statement as to 'the brand of
served will be welcome news.

A public square la ToklJ ha been
after Fresdent Roosevelt.
is the reward for the timely In-
erence in the San Francisco school

And the funny feature of the d1-
ion is that the first Initiative and
erendum law enacted to this
try, was the work of a Republi-
Legislature.
Still, it might be well tof-wthhold
cism of the shipbuilders who are
of using putty rivets on bat-
hip, until we hear whether It was
high grade of putty.

The Department of Labor anouneenes
t living expenses are higher than
y have been' before In twenty
But negleWtflly enough It tlis
suggest any remedy.

Mr. Bryan has not beoe Ia enough
ways to feel perfectly able to
e care of hlseU If f the motive
rvr of his ban4 waes should get
cnd control while runItg at high


(O. Hoke Smith of GeorgiS hab
ounced that while in rope he
not call upon any of the dwowned
We hope he will not go so
Ia to resentli. it the owned
SIrlsitt on Caling him
Great Britain as just disposed of
SbatUehelm ad Casr S at bar-
Prices, being about Ave persemt
Cost. The mo erin wanbp
expensive to bI, eZpeaG e to
in comamtadm nd wertbh om
ely nothinat after a few yew.
*" t mperaae people of Puteam
'Y are gig Ia e mbther
~Kte~n edrt to phea the e uty
't dry columa. A meMta te
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WEST NEWS FROM IBStiYERY IN

t w t THE STATE CAPITOL u IOfH

*e n the ever6 ad ue-r Visiting Committ M ade Buc.I Twel A a ft .

Sapettae wU iaur rain from ph le the lent port on University. InvTOL
wit e y. No front rank of 19That I..j-t
of f dsto defa l Wlre.moe, the earnestness of-, r. BEARD ,AMENDMENT KILLED A VERY PECULIAt C RRNCot
"4"A t 01 oear 1w te uases of war Humphreys has eb anlfested
d are rtty thorou gly Inbred itsel is readily Ur --- -.e resp.-- *
S T sa* iraedcei work for slble committee ehI a n the House by Tremendous Vote Immediately After B *fee
a Ies an6developlng the ageneles e- to him. He i a eber a Against It-Hudson's Bill Creating ad, One Prisoner NM m"erHI
'.t o% disposal for dealing with committees and etaan of the C Palm Beach County Passed Senate. Graham-Every Prlsone' b re
ea ea nd tfon t reqenting as mittee of Tempeq" oOe. He is a mqM-j Brilllia t Publie Reception by Gov. oaped With One Excepti, '.
y Qlotsa as p cmt acdltions ber of the Judiciary and also retains o Special to The Sun.
wil permit. t Is t is iO t that the a place on the c6mlittee now tvestf-
recent Isace Congress lt ew York gating into the workings of the In- 8peoil to The Sun. Hernando, Itay s.-Twel
City gave bhut Woant comfort to the ternal Improvement Pund. Thls n) Tallahasae, May 8.-Both brnnches ers confined in th. jail at In..
radicalss" and that Its platform dealt vestigatInX committee .s nightly 'and of the Legislture have been hard at effected their o~cape Tuesday a
almost exclustvdly with propositions daily probing lto the condition of wor& today, and many' Important tearing up) the sink In the ja il
i*ich it is reasiablo to expect may this fund and quite a voluminous re- measure have been passed upon. kThe sink was old and rusty, aG
be taken up by the coming Hague! pbot is expected by the Legislature Senator Hudson's bill creating Palm some mnntle the Irisoners secure
OCnferftoe. Here we see the work before the laqt day of the eeslo.e Beach county from the southern part large ipe wrench, anti It was
of some of the more conservative and Senator Humphleys Is the author of of Dde passed the Senate today by as a lever to pry the sink up.
therefore more effective peace agen- the Constitutional amendment seek. a vote of 20 to 11, and the advocates All the prisoners escaped except
cles,' among them the Lake Mobonk Ing State option. The amendment has of the bill are naturally happy. one. and he was too large to go
Conference on International Arbitra. not come up as yet but to expected to Senator Beard's constitutional through the opening made. One pri'r
tlpu, which thirteen years ago bar. appear on the calendar this wIek. The amendment prowlding for the disfran. oner, as soon as he was out of Jil
,red war and peace from Its discus- oratorical effort sad oonvlncfng logic chilsng of the egro met its Waterloo went to Sheriff Graham's residence
alons,. cetering, them on the develop- of the gentleman from the Twenty. In the RoHse, having bees mercilessly and notified him of the campe.
ment and promotion of International seventh will doubtlesa attract hn defeated by 0 vote of 46 to 11: A thorough search in being madO
arbitration. This conference has had dreds to the Senate chamber on thel It looks as though the bill dividing for the escaped prisoners.
no small influence In shaping the sent. day the amendment beaches its third Hillaboro county, sad eating by this Former Sheriff Carter, who was
meant now manifesting Itself in Hague and last reading. Friends of the ken. division the county of Pinellas, will suspended some time ago, will, it Is
eonterences and treaties of arbitra- lal Souu Florldlsh say it will be a be passed the Senate, although understood, be reinstated May 10th.
Uo.i Working on exactly the same rare treat to hear him tell his col- there I a strong delegatio A negro put a stickof dynaat
lpnhDilnln. the Internarliamentarrv leagues the advantage and onua ac ainst it. This Is one of the warmeat .. o .


.Ulone has become the foremost in- demand for State option, county divitolol ghts on record
ternational Instrument of peace. The It will be plealag to state that
friends of peace do well to follow the Secretary Wilson of the Department Senator MeCreary ant Representattvee
example of thb bodies, recognizing of Agriculture has been going among Carter and Doko Me bard at ,*
that a single war prevented today may the colleges and telling of tlhe things and ndustriously guarding the'
perhaps be more to the world's advant- his department has done and is doing eats of thdet consttaente.
age than the most elaborate prepare- for the farmer, chief .among them the Governor Broward tendered a bri
tion for universal peace a dozen or a Investigation it has been making of laot receptlda to the public ton lht,
hundred generations hence. the possibilities of'alcohol as a source which was lprgely attended and en.
-I of light, heat and power. The Sec. oyed'
Representative Matthews, the dl- retary may be pardoned perhaps for The committee which visited the
tinguished enttema from the county tooting a little on his own trumpet. state edutional Institutions bW
ngof Muio n, has won the sobriquet of yHe has develdped the l apartment of give n an eoelent report of the U It
ofthe "bald hased reformer." Tique Agriculture into one of the most im. varsity and State ColIses, sAd
the. bald ealed reformer." Thiportent departmts of the ovorn Gainesville will have no further foght
remark was dcasoned during the rtment, because t deals with so many from Lake City on the University.
early days of the seslof bedase of mets because It dteal with so many _touh ___ I_
the energetic efforts of Mi'. Matthews subjects that c e loselly in touch
in reforming the railroads and champ- with the daily l of the people. He CHANGI OF DATL.
zoning the desirabilty of enforcing is enthusiastic about the.possibliltles
the franchise tax bill In the -lower of the alcohol his enthusiasm i Kirby Smith ChaptF, Us D. CA Will
House. That Mr. Matthews Is one of worthy of conidraton betuse of Meet Fiday Aftern .
the heavyweihts of th" House, the things he ha accomplished In the Attentic is called to the hat that
without contradletio He Is pst..He points oat that the end of the regular meeting of Kirby Smith
the most asable gtmen you can the wood supply as fuel Is more than Chapter, United Daughtes of the 0on.
meet In a day's inspetlon of the Cap. in sight and the end of the coal sup- federacy, will be held on mrday aft
itol. He takes an active interest In ply does not need an opera glass to soon. instead of today (Thmrsday):
al pending legislation and when be disthingsh it. But alcohol he holds Thboe Interested will set accordingly.
rises to address his colleagues on sn and will produced b the farm. The meting will be hold at the bme
any subject his remarks attract un- r from his surplus crops and from of the president. Mrs. J. M. Halle,
any._ thlrn-s cro#nkcd epeelalip for the ur-. West Main street N.. at 4 o'clock.


divide attention. Insuanuy Iter the
reading of the resolution to have the
Lake City school bulldtngs Inspected
by a committee of the House, the
speaker's attention was attracted by
Mr. Matthews, who for thirty minutes
spoke In opposition to the measure.
'What is the need of making a law
during one session of the Lghislature
and repealing It at another," queried
the former Consul to Bradl. "The
Duekman bill abolishing then astitt-
tisa has become a law and It Is a
good. one. This aipecting idea Is
only a ruse to have another Btate
school located at lake City and I am
emphatically against it"
After a spicy speech by Mr. Knight
of Columbia defending the moral at.
mosphere of lake City, the House sus
tained Mr. Matthews by a vote of
almost tqo to one as the bald headed
reormer gently stroked his early
looks and smiled at his colleague, Mr.
Wartmann.

Virsgiat is the latest State to reg*
late railroad passenger retes. The
State corporation commission has do-
creed that a maximum rate of 2 ents
& ief be estea sed on all the large
railroads operating i the State and
oa the ess important reads from 2%
to 3% cents alle, according to their
nt earntass. In relatiok to the re-
dctioa ef freight rates the commis-
im bolds that the radroals should
"Oerate underr a amifrm elasifictioc.
as or the ttau being. at least itt coo-
alden the matt of right tacities is
uperior tn Iamporta. to the matter
h n bgt rates. Thi conservative
amta by thme Dmoate Stat. of Vir
iabwgs t ths .Deocratic party
eWr b teled upes to protect
Speople- 4 at te dm o*

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pose. He sars that without Impover-
Ishing the farms, for alcohol is not a
fertilizer, the farmer can produce
enough aliobol to ward off cold and
starvation from the country for an In-.
debtiteoperiod. All of this is cheering
news for the farmer and equally good
for the people at large.

That the former president of the Sea.I
ate will f ere prominently In the nest
senatorial ace Is a foregone comelu.
sim. Ae hot If Dame Rumor can be
estrutud, Mr. Adams will appear be-
fore he people of bhis native State
with the request that ie be given the
eat of Ieater Malory at Washing.
ton. The frieds of Mr. Adamas en -
tad, adl iA 6tntion is substan.
tiatbd by may of the best politi-
l prophet nt Florida, that ti a
whbrtwind campaign between Mallory
MaO Ada-, the latter would don the
sesatalal teo so LecomIng the per.
S alty ef the statemusa from Pe

W. T. Stead says: "Ame rIa m
have so miners." Mr. Mead is the
geatlema of poll"hed ma"e" wh
lnform"4 a atherlng of isMes that
be "diant are a -- for thir
'amea.'"

It Is clabmed that the thf wed is
ordinary norefpoadeoe theme dayo%
will fade eompietely In saity day.
Mr. Harrifman ad Mr. See w m~
to use the khd that faded In a leat
staty days,

Mr. nHartan m ay t kmnew whe
he staai, but there is Uittle es
to fea tt the ca--paie eOeSet--
w sm be asble O *t h ame year.

Mr. k aWO tt.y h e. t**

A :se# sapn as sa


FAIRBANKS NEWS.
Farbanks. May .-Fairbeako has
been blessed with a fine ralt, and
everything is looking fine.
H. R. Arnold has a fine told oft
cantaloupes. He expects to ship not
less than two car loads.
The Orange Cottage Hotel and the
MeFallons house burned to the
ground, so It looks rather thi around
hfre--but If you give Faibsanf a
chaUmoe It will grow.


under a house occupied by a woot
Monday night. No one was hurt. ?
Mitchell Hodge, an old AlaohMI
county boy, has been elected marshab,
of Hernando. '

THE CIRCUIT COURT.

Third Day of e*eelen Occupied Largel '
ly In Trial of One Civil CaeO "t.
The third day of the session of the '9
spring term of the Circuit ,Court d4.
veloped but little, almost the entire
day being deupled by one case, tha
of L 0. Oracy vs. F. P. Header W 4
replevin of certain cro.stles. l J
which a verdict was rendered for th',
plaintiff. o
There were several pristoesm ua
ralgned upon various ohfe. all oft
who pleaded not guity with the e
0e"t of Jeta Croft, wh0 e
guilty of lareey. ,
The covrt will veo e
9 o'clock this monna "t

UNIVERSITY SPORT. h1
-
Seoend of Seres of Athletfe
to be PwIIed ef Saturday.
The second hi thd seras of
events whie have bees autrmg e
the athlete committee of the Uitv
sity of Florida will take pl.a m lV
day afternoon of the preheat we ml i
The eoatests will be ma"aly 4r
alltary asd aquatio atere
meet Intereting feature will
ly be the rile ald Vreover
the wall-call g e6 n te
drlls, swimming and dta ls
The pubUo Is cordially ivnttal


The South's Greatest


AIL ORDER HOU


Is No Ready to Fill Orders for


iun, oms AID cHSIUS
UaDY-TO-IWAI /


CLOTHING, HATS

U.FURNISHINGSi,,,,$ ,


Stocks iasger ad mr im- s tdko ever before.
Best t mIrte --. Ofr eW
SpIlag aw how Smrkotlbw w be
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'"K"to" + Hearing n y Vhch at
r Easti nel.mor go go mri o00, o i

gmenW wl abeforeIa wbetdscov er, withthe
whic the suit sht o t;e
wEsr 4dt assadugEa dry weathero. The niOSba




Hlght au t the Ister s Aft iu:ace. Mr. Klum. hqwe pro-
^g'^^S*g.^ Wok*"i Pla hingU te eatar othe seoton_ bu pose t to rebuild at hoe
late^B "ader~tleaN~t gam *a ,
BrSif Th famleitth of the wMoh rebutted to a tie tor u NtWbatRY P.0NALes
E*~ dfP! urlr. between forrE Mabel va ewerry Ma wt .-Marv K


stnn 4: Bawi&sad : Deo.r Miss Nton ef hte ore,- h a accepted a po8
dort e M.I^ gdteltead e luoky one,, to .e.ti,. the boux of r. 4ith WIa Lamb.t weT
alnumber orf e t boo mk" r bMe e a ( Mabout A Vid non andir60 h no





+"T r^nfc ^1',''^ ^%S te^ n ,.1^
topn ig*Ihtathes s T o mPat.A X R $ w 2 in, co. Mr. Keroum. hwver, pro-
WOWe*WftW fUft* a guessig 0010K..
Wek Iao the t w w rooted tie U foot S sWs o MrsAL'ttchs



o* RWV' Man me wood eirsse D .. m Lue Nend anda Vid a for Wort hiton hSprig.



Sa qi be p anel abnde instrpmtal O lecf i -on et4 Mr. Arthur Rd and son John
B'Mi akl a wh te o Pound ree d a 6on osIt teArnr, vihie Archert Whedany, ros
wd.a g ray $ih in ofi mo ei o receive the box of t4 1tt irt aay. -
S Interior .IT' t o. ooy pe ar asa .Clad Harvey ft wirwdawy for



on o *f 6 40 tl^*lt de we srvd by lttl* rg W re i pd
So 's, 40rM Aenoe a MIt es ThTomam and IRalph
In the aB. ors f rh r ,t Nettv r to bartr n sfewd a




made f BXs A no haos eres se loVi *&dJo .bn K ing spent d few hom herel J
-age." aa e II us It m as" h DuPt -gave several very.esgo?* hTtursday lookIingafe r )ft buas O
ft* pnel MoDonald, inpeal selectio nsd .by m m Mtt drteven aew room ha Ioh





BB"t rMt At a lat hour deliTlous t ash vol, Ro.dbel PrlHarveyt Friday for
L taidi U. t. I A w. e Mary Crawforde Lb ia Putton Th. IG ool w hd willspend a p '1
Hia lp a e Th PUre prieaaM tGlair ThMoas and U mc V. mot Weds friends sand re llve


I,+ of te 1a two Of our most N rs. Rp thoit, James I- QuSIte a croid atteodd d ld re port G
Bi&My W. B. Bm widely raooa ed ea pr e the" rpxitof, pt1. at te iosotteua e. tothbort Omea r TemtIr r havingana Itti m

tive sp. RlYm ti. v t We U.D. 0,. whlobmhet to (forwood Baker, Cale Yarwood, Jake Mrs. Lmlmrt of ltt Moon w T
BCo.tto W ises JoshLLvndgs' Aonx hbere s already roomy hbor l i
Sd., whiRob wlda Ol. t. Wn o Lord bu ta la pleasant vist to hr mothprt qitn Le a
,tt oh r Ittol prs r'lectod 1 P 'rleuprhdot, o beWOMAN WAd R ickLA L nice a"peran
t fM4 e yet to~ J." L. M who w @ seM w by the -- La rTe. Prlfe anLd two dauLihtr of i
MWldfiteld T ite an lor tdeonrvidLon a fourth vicpl *ylar of Jamde L, a Yo Met Wlade were suCti of Mre RalbjaP v
| a Ialln y othen l4ts 1Rel-11d 1O Inognifloant Io.ML Iln ulit week. S
'm . The speetop euld not haye bron 1a Roy. th aro woman who ,Mr anc d Mlast Wednestday, Wbeing May -


of t t W. e o dwdly ade ad ar htwoofour vMestln. MRa. W. H. m
i j' r .d pon a s tQu th itde a oeria C- -e rold boar, at rove nded and ll rep
'wet f*ty. l we elected for t1, past ew day, u be tonenortattatd quit. a numll o
A.ott. e.mp. p Plnlt rpl. taad by a e t Ju o r hu y nl, t
')M glgt, Jacksona'r3-UK bt *eeh Were shopping atur I









l f Wofhia Weredl. b4 e *o was o t be udaby beian'n d ofa0 for o Mleant visiA tudtotl. Thor ke
4w day ome por 1 m pato ro Mr l ra b ba p h r a an* p belor* r tat pnt reportd WOMAN WAS LEant tia
4i s. t hor Ahio4 elOa, peed. The ploUly wea to ave boi oourt or as l t the ad jury, M Urice Hanatla of Jonughtersll
ddet Fd Tnda n lorida del v a a as fourth vs Friday of er whoenf ams Lei a You wered. guests of Mrsa. ,Ribbon

lIPiH T. Wls, preItdla. r, dent wrlte that for some currel at Grove Park, hai already very pleant outlaw at yorthligton rl
S b led o the me h bn postponed ee publeased on The i a n. The Sprin Friday. o
rad ew eae open The uorreecAt tat e, have, es jury exonerate the woman MrM. Peyton Portn eeksd MiT on

j 1preasle4 tr e bill In the that there w a e & "public ple' by a verdlct of sooldental klllns, but Antba Groo vJisted Dutton Satarday. t
Sa e forer when all are lservedly to ome and ty ad kilarraled Jau Colma' ina Brooms on the part two wekps. W.H,
*ii)g briVn full b8ke and gOoofd appeUte. Oort, wha the jcUneo delded .that, Dr. eBbLoad and Geten vtTd cker.
,ts. Ma1oo Sap u.. -- to tl o, he1 firedon ohe ,ut ehure GalnneIv-lle Monday. tu
guilt. ji nfetio the psowary bod ao W, which Missb e n e Gilbert, visited her O
Ml e Thom uder W its ea__m_ heart barn, wta famlshed. brother at Dutton, Monday, return- st
-.,. bOn'-. frIe #-Thursday even ing .






BEol ya Bu^ tlol.*4rT torpidity of o ithe r ea . Toss Atlanta Studtll. Those





W f 6,pathon palpitta t e heart Ift Ye Det jur Ira J. Clartel, wife a nd little J oe l
IW orpder b4ldatPea 1 m y othaeaw n thear r t tesn e t a w returned'home Baturday, aT e a few tI
E^S' M fr1WVYou e sek.*y bptoa ot, Mow al. ( The storyat yhs wll m ntwhithat et. Mr.and' Mrst D. Mayeoyeda.





Eiso"r sw d oe. i tllso oUmnst* ^r ,ewr tha re m at NGrovw e sarke has. already vY Gilbert of utingake Cty wa hogo
""a38o bee ot0ar laso entleda teUSepostponed, been published in Tea un. The pPral oineg aniday.a




pwa, Juame inult htr id an aty rearts. Cl an rated the woman Mrs T Pe Barnwell of Alton waa
ated true bis e a theAerilea ptice by a verdict of tBocidental killing, but A tba Groff visited DutM C ton sunday.




0 416 rat Fr 'atas t wi n eo aus the yMay sh e was b uae brought to this Mrs. HowSell has bee n visiting r ag d
m. w =I Moora urdr In o whena bottl old toby W. o eand t saad dren for ustie yearolm ansiene of theval moathw to Nwew
bring ull baskets n gMood It sa when the stice de etho and Orn visited
tot Maurie s*ito s e r ftwdom she must secret Gainesville Monday.




e arlt ibe h mu, WIt compllmn to Brew b y was furnt ished. brother at Jn the Monday, return

Mapon the o er- p doeeded to B. Paul Brown, one of the *ctent Wi W.* La-aToa The foiowtla lae bale been die.
amptt, wa ed t aif thl e n Adre 8d, preet of t W. Huter Hnry Brown and
I evidence and s u t a 1 Cs b eo barlood, hofaae e al wet Uno Iversty of Florltda. t ie returned joon Wlls a drdayk and rda few
T Jury return ve t tW hBhsen$ dt ow at o whn. t, w Tu il whero he wet lit.d aysvisits er Alex. Chreeonds.






60ih, Maumpst. Ju.ry a; t onguea ofrendsi arv e ratalgul A B.Glbt of Lake City was he City C .
eeamts, is onae the mastour*t tonabusessSun mday. la







tllowIe defendtThe w.ere a0. Tlor oardrofTx s, t : -of his sister, Mrs. Colli a day.


Sm w g e THEDAITYD ERT r. owell s her again, ater an
Intet t musr~ Cnsplmen tofi~ grws ~ by tat t brn anelery ~ a te Myers Curt


BPrisea pleaded o Ledise As eve.w lmm .al. esa. t4*ongbue ,

Ibo uo.an J. 'el ut eega b wle el diesel ss, faintag bpeI
-Ab wb bee bee mH (red)a&b feb .l. a H eI *a t b
at1r 0e ae lates Meen sUee ti ak blto t*W w*o
^wumm asmme it Inet L- -hftq9wt 616O a61 SMl kunsa bile
THoiWe"A'S OWN of" '*do* Oak* Ab, ^lkr r||B, ST |m M
*.'ro*. bd w. fmating bpo bt




m.4'"W a -o
so"a etee manIs G us


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%fV V MnW PReuniona, Rict

The 1eabard Air Line anno
low e0Z pit,- a Vfrom all Florida
pofats. ad at per mile to
Richamond Va, and-return account of
.he remnkoa-4 kas on sale May .,
, 28, 2 ai"d fth. The Seaboard
operate di ly service from
fampa, Jacnavllle and other Florida
pits.w extra thregh Pllman siep.
and daiy oache have be j ar.
-aged, s* all'aty be made comfort.
ible.
i n order to alow their patrons to
rlitk the J40e4town Expositlon. the
leaboaid will 'oor return portion
ShM d tiket from Portsmouth.
The tau Msuad. lp rates from some
it tWM :p10tUat points In Florida,
irea ua f,
acksol iIfe U.?76{ Apopha.....7
Ake gity... Ltf 1j Orlando.... 1670
Ave Oak.... 1.?' Dade Clt.- ... 17.t
ladbm 1a....0.k.-Plant City... 1755
dontloel9 .. 14.AS1 Tampa...... :.55
rallahasmee. M5) Manatee.... 1-,
alwasvtle.. J46i5! Palmetto... i.so
Ialia ...... 0,.75T Bradentown, i.5&o
loseesbr.... 16.551. Sarasota.... 18.70
asvae .... 14.40
SWile thW' rates, are announced
or the Confederate Veterans :nty
re open to the public.
The Beaboard has issued a -r-y
ttraOetie and expenalve folder de-
otd entire to th occasion. Cop.
kA of this olier and other informa.
Ino ia be obisinedh on application
t ao y SeObeat agent or to
-~ W 3OYLSTON, Jr.
sais t 04 aerl Passenger Agent,
Jacksonville, Fla.

The firt Rehearsal.
As annous i' kJ The Sun, the frst
eheansal of W)-nd's Festival Mass
k "" flat, held at Holy Trinity
church Monday night. While for va-
Iots reaso 4 great many of the
horus were tanable to attend that's
ne pecularlty inimical to chorus)
e general eet was good. In a work
t sueh albre, large choruses are
smally assited by orchestra as well
I organ acompaniments, and it ii
Sbe hoped that those in Gain-vi',ie
ho can a5*st, either vocally or in.
rumetally, wto take advantage of
he opportunity afforded them to be-
pne iumilar wti'ksuch a corm;osi-

The next rst kal will be held at
30 p. Y. lrday xt
Have youth staMpoery printed at The
inoffice. nmiolas work prour.::r
l iered at reasonable prices is our
otto.


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isR~-
I~.rb.ia..
itftugth,
IS, Dr. 1'Iarce's
pr~~ed a uacet
Ihed iaWiamaI'


Day, and the Addlt
Vill e D0lstll otlon <^ ''i" :

With the biar g f.ethe l 1
the rrilt Growi', r L
day mornul. & li l.
great Industry
line to GaiDeia
heming to rsoi ItN
larger Cite 's tilhi ,tU ll
This plant 5 s
plant Is moderA f"A 4'Mt he
other, the Mua w ii
ett Columbus pat"11Ai. i
to be the best al
world, and the U Siie
tong per 4&,*", DW g ie
fourth In im t
turning of 1to* l t~ bl
needed only by 1i lraily
and Pensaoola. Ti .l
*city of the ice fttie etate
will now rMch A t
is a lot of le. I .. "
On starting Up t l" l > lr
several hours the# t o t btm
turned out. The maftt' of Sb.'
new plant expeate I tUa ou thtir
Arst products to,. ia la ftowe will
contribute its share at (ol 4ottlot."
The neceslity (or thiti af t1adlt
factory was occMISM by the hbavy
demand for cle for W t W
poses. Gainesville rfia Wntr
of a large vegstabl ea (ilt prid u0
ing section, great QaUt l i toe is
csed in refrigeratnl the ~d up-
on several occa 1 I has become
tece~sary to order from omaer points,
the supply here tirelyY lIoade
quate to accomm A4he d0 mand4.
The new factory will aemply a Lrge
unmber of men, "d will M sea triHy
prove of great oomimelrtl benefit to
the city.
ANNIVERSARY DINNER.

Judge and Mrs. ryd I. Caker CeleI
brated Twenty4eveptfM AlM lv ry.
At the elegant h~ma lsiast 0talpe
rvil,. Judge and e yd I&. Carter
and family on Sunday pa~urtipated In
a big anniversary dianer, to comenim-
orate the twenty-vearth amiverry
of their marriage. Ttere were many
patf.red around the fetive board,
r,; renting g thil sltesreetg fairly.
Sliich Is among the oldest in this
t(ionu, and it goe wi"thoat saying
that everythingg good to t wasu t-
cid-d on the bil~1 tafe.
Jildge Carter, 'whe I e of Ala.
chua county's faithlua "'.: ed Ileint
rt'rtesntatltes I a the gisaatre,
frnrt down esptetally atte d
ttf: function ad be p t Itat the
(o ;liitg of the I rIl te", of tie t*
c.lt court. Whiol e ehs iran ed
c'.-'idrably from S fmna tor the
a't- few months, feds ft Sld to
1-. hm l cooking' mb betr than
they had expeete4. -

JUSTICE T.

Tom McPsa. j T.tIg
a Pistol, Seot 1 .f.t OMV.
Torn McPad4em2 eated. better
kr. ,,, at P a d. 9
*it!, I wca e oe ate art I
auLing on the oaoe- w rle
i Justk, ColiLe' a i Apom a
ta 'g- of carryhq o~faahd weapons.
Th- evidees wia not
e'lr.'tntly oaovm^E t hold thie d
d':.da:,t and halfe i .

,EWARg O, i-

rnuilned athem


I biet. mast he --

"''-- ^ r i ii i i i
Lb.uc, | i~i~ar~
ioved.~'A f i5~iE fak
fcMi0.3.M ^^^S5'


1i an~ Te rite rreserip.
B a ehnbexpectant
S pytem for the
by, rhey rendering chll4-
Seay d almt painless.
m mind, please that Dr. Pierce's
Phaerption 1a not a secret or
Sagaltes which the most
oiple are quite naturally
vaiadse of the uncertstity as to
oston and harnleas character,
t SIIto CI or loww CoxMPouI-
i 1 oa its aIngredents being
aio s fnglbpK 6p every bottle-
11 ealoations this Hiat f
V 4 slose the.fat that it4
To It Ia eop 4t 4he "10
She commonly used alcohol,
up. U this ooanectton it
ay e out of ploe toitate that the
*Mf ole Peseriptionl of Dr' Pierce is
el melne put up r of
's sculiar aeakM a all;
eeW % of wih bal e Vie a
endorsement of al e e tading
~ir writqier and teaehen of All the
ivei ehoo0i of practice, and that too
tsed for the ailments for which
3irl$ tot rlptlo'i IsrecommUen.ed
Alittleboo of thee endorsements will
t to any addr post-paid. and
tefly i. i you request same by
l, oretter, of Dr. 2. V. Pierce.
r Pleasant .Pets cure eon-
stipaO Copst action Is the cause of
n4 dtisases. Cure the 'rote and YOU
ust te dIaa I aAy toIaI e a candy.

I TRAINS ANNULLED.

Night Trains Setweeo Ja6keonville
and St. Pet bureg Are Taken Off.
The night trains over the Atlantic,
Coast Line between Jacksonville and
Bt. Petedrsaburg, knqowt at Nos. 87 and
88. which have been successfully


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operate d during te season just elpeed, .. .... ...
have been annulled for the summer,
the last train leaving Jacksonville
Sunday and St. PeterMsbrg Monday. T T S
This service has proved very con- ND A
venient to the traveling public, and UND AKING CO.
the night trains will be missed.
Nothing more has been said in ret.
erence to the ttiln which it waa ru- FULL LINS OF
bored would bI placed In co mnalo NW mOODSi
between Oeala and Jaeksonville, mak. N-W ( "0.00
lng a round trip, eich day. This train
would not only prove a great convA. AUKNSTV on
lence to patrons along the line, bit lUMEINTS, TOMINTiTUNEM
It is the opinion of the conservative a IRON FEMCN.
railroad man that it would prove a
moneymaker. It is hoped that the Whe r .
service will be inaugurated. P.. st~i o u.s all aters
Following the annulment of Trains 87 t iU Malt; ad elerapb orders
and 38, it is rumored that a through proaspti attseded to.
fast express between Jacksonville and ---
St. Peterstrurg will be inaugurated to Q 4Oavllle, FPielda.
handle the enormous movement of' _. _"_-_-- -_--*_
perishable freight whloh has hereto-
tore been handled by the' Dight NOics OPr ARnmSH.
Trainss* I i Oga crt. and i
fo You Love ..... i


your baby? You wonder why he cries. : -
Buy a bottle of Woe's OrMeM Ve nt. cs ..
bage and he wils never. Mloaf'tt SIake dsa a
babies have worms, aad the mothers suit wasas ede ss
don't know It White's CresaoVemnl. i lt Isby jM
f e ridsthe child of worms and cleans s writ
out its system in a pleasant ty. eM~it. mism& Ibera I s
Every mother should keep a bottle to the oa seion
of this medicine in the house. With Ma- D ai' oe
it. fear need ever enter hei a idC Jeeees be saves aise
Prjoe lIc. Sold by W. M. Johnsao. oeeAeakt e In ama for A

sebell "No Oe." oeroX PUDLCATOMX.
Nthwithtanding the effort of a L w O a u..
few .thuslasi local fans whbo have
exersiagl every eort ,to create a of1i1S*
State baseball league It appears that -a Tih .
the Isse is a dead one here, as t has W O itwS. o f A
been tapossible to/ get a sufficient I.
Dumber t our people interested to ao. neJiU .
foow wire mS
even attend a msting. his i eJf S
Gainevie was for year the ban. oor
e i or I 111098.OW
nor baseball tows of the State. and v s DOt eBe f e
the old V latls wilm ever remaia b xV i. 01T| JH|.
freAh a the mosear of baseball en .z -
thusiasts all over Florida. a this l on P .ut 1A010.
team held the champlonmip as ai es at
long as they were tether; but the
ltwerest has bagged at It ase t zeOu. S fts
ome dormant, ad the chwae. for o V
reorganIMalnM are aayt itg but I

t was theM Idea e 9 hue aIstereetd o aw
ti r fern a Sa isage o ait e- Sf S
1- 1f, ^*^OriaNdo and
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NOTICE 0f AMLIOAITM FA*lAS M'i7i' W1's"A-
4M. LAWS 0r VWSU)A. (Oub oii t amR

T =&test, owNotwTad irf*l(SR6VAV IA0AIOAONFO

LGu ea tIn for as to "-V40A
tow eordamee with law. Said ~.f i~bth. WE
brbac 1,1101folloingim dm rttep 19 erioa a
u ouat. IoysCrso.~*
NO 1-4 Of %5. 14 Of W5 -4 i Ma. I1& I.414Iso
Mw of so.1-4 of Sw 1.4 MSe.. IsTV. ItI5 *t ut8,i~ga~f
*,* e Ao S *0 I l, t v. t M 140. #
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__________________ LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.'.` '40m R PUDWTO.

D'PETIT4ON FOR u=CTION.1WMebtia
11[011411010me.Wg flod of Public Imatructilo ofteac f0
ab Se .1advoters and"00"gs ttekToaatm
400lug to beome a part thereof. I
veiSltat Itii is SpefiAlUDi*tric
Otls~l~II~p AWEUI. se bo~arble body to o* as lec" erry
Ibjoeodaloewith the law.and at aUni. hax thils 46 heia
omee PhN the US; lwId*y of s iaW o.,q tuSee NootbO
US 3.t1ustoo$, ad he ilofo ro b ads
I, ~ sa f ~m te ~Tise.wore vialuable fov faoee
We e~bu u~vboorab~e hody ko t ura agroittpay 00 *o estab
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AM ceiver it Gitnot

V6" 13.IN. 0 nd J& ll He artlei as wt
21 E.,,W &Lots 5 NO 6. Lewis Lanid. galN
A T 51fionev tion fl. 11 4.i aol %3 ofNewbverry.Va. '
elIa,4 .Ia 4 .g ,T w aiehip It .I a th( 91 1 -' A n -Y a n d Lni rao in *
0, 1 ,1A.?. IS. 17, 1 ad &A1% above-dcorlbelt land% a
GTV~~ iA3~. ~ (Ai10 Ln their o, a xmI thoftlow~a
9AToner,T.F.Perry. 0 A W
no J. Fe aster. W1
JRobert NOTICE OF A11PIAATI0
.ta-weL-PATTON J. ft.Owens. T. .1C
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...CivilIfEqi -100 so- it. Zetrouer. S. 0 44. LAWS OF Fi".011DA. j
Imnret oon Will b e hiP m facturilt Company. iur',haierst
rirolpt OW IPOOU09 to hold 04 A. D. IMI. by. fdiedd X 1 r1ti,
Pfiefromt %wolta4ultodic*,and have made spi'oi'atio.l ftW
OfieP. OwLL1 ,~U I!lMR ~.vaDIVORCE. Mmoae hef ii dsr
ii ~ LLI srty situated to Ala~hulk eojnt. Fl
Alhhmeo 'b o' a-n useeery Sw 14 of Nw 14 BOO.1, BTv. S8., R.
?Qft Otero Puh,~~o.The said land being UAmae4 at the 4a6
t hietmanoe of such cerlideseI h
00 uvu 1114"V" sippendfid ofrT.k'rwTus.
Perry M ; wftaa 'lt" ause Ibat 4 WWS "as s aid certiticate shall be redtems&
Pr~r 3.Cowi..Se...bb to law ta dedwillissune the"aq
WAn~ ~l~ E fabs*or worebhmI vnhr my. ofiesiIJtur n
OdlbL ,F AND or of PualiG th Se I day ofArJA.D107
We doam *lugt. Abtrsso thie% __a"__ a,___.__WIN
Wedoa. ivlstvoAetIibo ,ade Upon No.S~I Pd Clerk Circuit Court Alscob
noes, withI0112"I for impisit a o'riyehs
Inforwa VIs ArIt tR h be ts*A inii~ OTICE 01P APPLICATION FOR
ify r Ud al M of osiDEED UNDXR $MOTION$6 01!U
anl orleWg4 b 110 efore 4M. LAWS O1PVLORIDA.
of S ~a.o l h otleioIs peebv Uthso L3.L3
Stesoday *fMayA, A104
lw Said oertillale
looingidecidbed Pt 0 1,1
oerk Ciul.e.9qt~1 county. lIida. tw i;
EY S EE9O -ids, to VSe

A bw 1tht4n h slisday AV 1-4o b $t
Ia otClericff Rit.A t=acirel en l
for 00u; Nthesidl or AbeingasA*O" VA
(91 AofberldauUDoo U~~'TO cmstoF
Sell PUBiICATt-P.O. 5saidcoiusew ou&hal
a "4 o**h daWy oPf My.A ITA.
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H. Starling' m
visitors to tS .i W'.~ n:
F. E. CelloS of B=IItI
the visitN to It o|tPa..
Charles Fowgg .f( iw
those who vsltd. Uth o i
yesterday.
F. O. Cox, a W 4d 'l rierb of
the LaCrose seMeain, w taking In
the city ye9teWrd" '
R. H. Doke of tr isao to in the
city. He made The bSn ian appr
dated call yestihy.,



d a y .' *
w. C. and Arch Hage o Haue,
and J. L. Hague of TylW, ere among
those who spent et .day thi
city. .
w. F..Qrai=oS ed 4" p tai J. A.
Tucker of Rochebe wMe
who visited the *4ttr 11 P
terday.
11anted-Brlght0 aetle white boy
to work in shop. A-.d i Leok lb.
542, or apply ona gtrale e 11 l
Grove street
Mr. and Mrs J. 'oe of raleigh
spent Friday t the dcty wit their
sos. both of whom ar at.stendmtg
Teeau's school here.
Miss Annie Collta,' the e Ooint
principal of theo Micanopy spholas,
has returned to her home, after a
brief visit to this city.
A. E. Colson of Treton Is in the
city. having been sinmpul ed on
court business. While lie be will
be the guest of retItV s.
J. E. Fugate and Prank~L ad Thomas\
of Alachua were in th city yesterday,
having been summoned on business
connected with the oWt.
T. M. Venable of Atedondo was
in the city yesterday. He is an old
and valued friend f The 8n, sad
paid this office an appreciated call.
.Mrs. M. L. Thompsn, who has been
Tibiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
A. \V. Thoinas, for the past two weeks,
left Sunday for her home at Holder.
Contractor C4as. U. Whiting, who
1 :.ow engaged ln erecting a fine
llon.. for Mr. and Mrs. Jackson at
Ar:.r, lpent Sunday with his family
here.
Cihas. V. McQueen of Lexington, one
of the most widely inown residents
of the West End, was among thoee
t-h slent yesterday l Oalneville on

J. M. Everett and daughter, Mil
'oira aun Miss Lt l Collils, all of
IBrrni., are vitlUbg the city. Mr.
,rett I\ etxensively engaged In the
r',-tie business.
Wallace Waters and Forrest Whit-
't ha returned from Simonton.
b"re rithey have b for t h past
fe davy on a vist to the former
hthr. W'. T. s Wat.
Tl, friends of JaNe Chesnt, Jr.
'* hasbeen u oanfe4 i the hispl-
ta; r the past few dy with typhoid
r will be glae to ltea that his
or1 t 'n is a liUte tpreved.
'It. (' A. W;. Tir s d Uttle
:0;,'r Mae leftI SIday a0lutg for


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j* b em anreesA bri l .L
l of Mrs. George Gleaston



"a sfering at the home of tR.
6 eer, South Gainesville, with
dpolson, wil regur to lAoar that

he Opdtti tnis not so ebcuragks.
4t is hoped, however, that he. T. hM

bt a change for the better In a diy
or. tWo" The patieot Is reolvings
every aid it Is possible to adnlnister
bY phyasB n and attentive friends.
"Utgev. P. W. Corr of asper filled an
appointment g at the First Baptist
uch Sunday morth ning, devll wing
I fine sermon to to largen that
gr Uon He was to have firalled an.

Ovenlng appointment, but could not'
reIt n, owing to thpressing engage wt
verynts at is home possible Monday morn
ev. P. W. Corr sof Ja e speaker, and
his, sermons i are always fla of Inte-

TheGainesv. Hlle wa to have lled ner
hevg appoientmedirecti buton of Pnoter
rLyni, s nothing not up to endate.

The postot!ice now has on sale the
Jamestown Exposition stamp, special
tswi, which resembles the old Clum-
hian stamp, bein athlwa fularger than
The standard series. Gponesville en-
oys the distinction of being one of
th first cities in the ta up to put
Thes series on sale.

From Wodnesda's Daf ,Sun:
Housetownr rent A. mp, pedal.
red R, which ardt of Wade was oldn the

city yesterday. t
H. tamp, beison of thianopy wasrger thad-
in In the city yesterday.
oy. Jackson of Lake View was
trading In the city yesterday.
redW. A. MLenna of Waldo wasa th
businty yes visitor to this city yesterday.
W. M. and J. C. B' Thomas ofWille-

ford are in the city attending court.
W. A. 8nowden of Micanopy was
transacting business in this city yes-
terday.
Justice L. J. Knight of LaCrosse
was transacting business in the city
yesterday. -
W. M. Davidson of High Springs
was a business visitor to this city
yesterday.
"Bud" Hamilton of Newberry was
among those who spent yesterday in
this city on business.
Justice J. W. Smith of Micanopy
was In the city on official businelp
with the court yesterday.
G. W. Easterlin of High Springe
has returned to ble home, after a visit
of a couple of days here.
W. H. Hayes, a progressive mer-
chant of Tyler, was transacting bust-
ness in this city yesterday.
P. G. Ramsey. a prominent citizen
of Wacahoota, was among those who
(pent yesterday in this city.
SFrancis Cellon, formerly a resident
of this city but row residing in Valdoes-
ta, Ga., is spending a few days here.
Among the prominent visitors to
to this city is Captain T. H. Wlllard
of Wade, who is attending the court
as a witness.
Jesse M. Shaw and son, Joseph M.,
and C. W. Wells, formed a trio of
Alachuanms who spent yesterday In the
county capital.
J. R. Smith and sons. Ira J. and
R~eborongh. and F. D. Tompkins of
Trenton. are In the city In attendance
upon the ert.
J. E. Haynesworth of the town
which bears his name was among
those who spent yesterday In OGatones-
|ule on business.


K. W. Millcan of Waldo, one of te
widely known and sOeseeful saval
st es opators of tbis county, was
to the city yesterday.
Prleds of Mrs John Cheut. who
Jos 'been ll at her home for the past
rev dayr will be glad to learn that
ber m-o i to proving.
RAg .wa se. teeval es.
atL ZaneA si a pbewas


l.am m.. WV.. I we


a, progressive citi-
,and one of the most
tpen in his section of
o inesas vlttor to

ouifp py folks who
.et y y 4a alnevUile were
Optal rtr and 1. N. Craig,
Ete e t \gm 'of the Atlantic
st k Ia olnt,
JPhob', Stokson., broker,
4aInttl lel priew, quality
;"d quick'e ~ ,ood eqd 6m
Jsokevkl.DTi :i` 4 *el.. Can ive
delivery ff 11o all potato.
W. J. i of ,onale to In the
city. He to ot~.te t representative
from bhi ei ..M on the Board of
County p9oailuo missg, and came to
attend the o- n the board.
Deputy f "l LA. Oateein ot
Oweola. oe o( the osit *Offcient and
moat Ipo Ik teMixats of Sheriff
Fennell hi odeunty, is atte*dlng
the sess th e airttult oart here.
Mrs. He T. Chesnut and .aUgb,
ter, Mlis W have returned froM
Charlestos~ C., where they have
been for tlhe'-it few weeks as guests
of the lformer',daughter, Mrs. H. 8.
Holmes.
J. I. Grifla of Jonesville was In
the city yesterday. He renewed hi
subscript"o tp The St 0 Mr. Q01rSns
Is still walkIng oa erutochee as a eAalt
of a runaway accident several mpatitl
ago, in whia he was thrown from his
buggy.
After a Oogtgs of days spent in this
city in attendance upon the court, a.
K. Anderso returned to his home In
High Springs yesterday. He was the
plaintiff in a suit of assumption
against 0. W. Basterlin & Co., which
was heard Motday.
F. T. Henderson, the horticulturist
of Arno, was In tte city .Monday. Mr.
Heoderson, who is one of the beet
posted metn pecan and fruit eul-
unre In this Mctton of the State, has
written seiesal valuable article tfor
the 'various ~Q aldevoted to this
subject tbrountbut the country.
The Sun acknowledge so agreeable
call "yesterday from, Misses Nora
Everett. dsughtprPt Hon. J. M. Ever-
ett., and Lisd olias., of Donn e, who
were accompanied by Mr. Everett.
They read of the wonderful machine
composition ot The Bun, and wane to
ascertain how it Was done. The call
Was highly apprelated.





NEW




BANK



Our long delayed back flt
e have at last arrived and
Share now open for busiames.
W want YOU--Not some.
body else, but TOU-to start
an account In our Savinge De-
partment.

Commence now-get in the
habit of saving a part of your
weekly or monthly earnings
and put It in our Savinp De-
partment where It will earn
Interwt while you sleep.
Nothiag will make you feel aT
indepeedent as a alce Bask


We want one thousand e.
poaftors within the next slxty
daya


We solcit the aoeomala of
uereaats, corprttons.,
trares and Inadvlduals sub
ie to cck. No loteeit al-
lowed deposits ijest to


We wl be pleased to lave



"bos s o
k~lU^, 0*.^l .*. .*


retaurant comtaned,
complete. Situated in
healthy village at JanctU6a 'tf
railroads. Doing a nice,
business. Price low, terms Ig
Taking larte hotel in city reaoa fo#'
selling. Grand chance for young man
and wife. Write this office.
W. J. Hodge, one of the oldest and
most widely known citizens and busi-
ness men of Alachua, was among
those who spent yesterday in Galnes-
vllle. Mr. Hodge until recently was
conducting a meat market and grocery
at Alachua, but has moved his bust-
neas to Hernando. where it is being
conducted under the Management of
his son.
Chas. Dell has gone to Ocalas where
be has been summoned as a witness
before the grand jury of Marion coun.
ty. It will be remembered that Mr.
Dell a few weeks ago purchased from
Davisa Williams, a negro. a mare.
whiek was afterwards proved to be
stolen .property, and Mr. Doll Is out
the price of the animal. Williams
will be prosecuted, and Mr. Dell will
be oie of the prosecuting witnesses.
Mi. Leon Hatchell and Mrs. John
lauls. who have been here on a visit
tf trleds, have returned to their
hoe. They were accompanied by
Magtw Philllp Warren, who' wil be
th ir gueet as long as they are en.-
abled to "keer hIM satlaed" away
from home. Master Philip is a bright,
jpoth of four years and a general
favorite with his friends, wbhom he
alutts only by the number oftois c

Dr. Armstrong, who makes regular
profesional visits to Gainesville the
second Monday of each month, will
be, here da usual on date hifmed,
May 18th, and na be seen at the
Brow Heuse in regard to any eye
trouble, aeryoa reflexes. any form
of headache, stomach derangemests
and many other nervous complies
Ulons, uch as weak. and fainting
spells, neurasthenia and epi9i0gy.
These are handled and entirely 6ured
by the neurological treatment
M4r. and Mrs. W T. Crooker, wkq
have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. W.
I. Cadwllader, left yesterday for
their home In Providence, R. L Mr.
Crooker, when they leftthe North, hI
March, was n miserable health, hav-
ing underage a painful operation
for carbuncle; he returns, feeling, to
use his own expression, strong enough
to push over the coort house." While
In our city they made hosts of trends.
Mr. Crooker Ift his funny moods (and
they seemed to be coatinual) was as
good a comedian as one ually Oem
or hears. Both will be much missed,
especially by their beot and hostess.
Pewm TW*&Wla& Da&u Awn:
Ladies' ready-to-wear goods. J. Ma-
nesse.
oys' suits. Come and see them.
J. Manase.
A stylish line of ladles' fine dress
goods at J. Manasse's.
J. B. Kennard and Ed Donovan of
Waldo are in the city.
Ladles' whloe shirt waists, ito ilk
and lawns. J. Manasse.
Rowan Neel of Jonesville was trad-
Ing In the city yesterday.
Silk tissues, all colors and styles,
very pretty. J. Manaese,
Chas. B. Martin of Mibegvle was
trading in the city yesteeay.
A. U. Hilleary of Mteisopy spent
yesterday In thin city on bminees.
Men's fine Panama, 5Vw and felt
hats-the latest st'les. J. Masses.
A. B. Scrusg of Walde was regl,
tored at the Brown Howe yagetrday.
Mrs. W. A. McJriI q( Mieanopy
*spent yesterday In this nty with rel-
sltvee.
WilHam Brown of Wiader was
trasuactlng business Is thi uty ye.

Dr. C. H. Schlater of Miaanopy was
a business visitor to OGdlevlte ye-s
terday.
Try a suit of Kirilhau he eloth-
teg. The best and beupet at aMa-


asset's.

he city, a guMet Mrs, IC. W.


sebcks and stripes. the very att. 5.
man"",
LAee *ne whi' Perf laws
sidt Vwait eult-l lawo tri .
J. m.m "
wwems a ~s *di ed
p ",e a hi" s "..
ie as sem -r
I" Now*^


4bft bame. Hd Wa i t
Mdays oA beu a,
U14,' .iu of the FranklanP
t Company, WN l
ess visitor to 'ths

^ MVs. L N. Larotioetset
toeaknville, where
will days as guets
their BIyron Dorm
Taken kit and
spotted fa dog, a
mother old. 4ooV'
by applyinX to at,
Captain and Mt~ Str
have arrived In the
antly located at
Home. Friends are
them.
Justice E. T. Hend
i. E.. have returned to
Newberry, after a couple'
spent here. the former ,
court.
Strayed from Tyler, FrA.,'
2nd, dark-bay mare; medlu
about 7 years old. Notify Tyl
ber Company, Tyler Fla., and
reward.
H. C. Stevens, the progressive
eler of High Springs., also divide
watch Inspector for the Atlantic Oo
Line, was a business visitor to th
alty yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. BarneS a
child left yesterday for Ruskia,
Mr. Barnes will return at one
his family expect to remain In RudIq
for some time. ; 4
Misses Esale< Smith ant
Micanopy passed through
yesterday en route to HIgh
where they *ll spend a few
with relatives and friends.
Remember A. M. Diesk001
broker, when Id the m market fOW
seeieP, hoit.grain and feed-st,-. 1i
monzy aln time. Write or 'p
'Both Ingdiistanep 'phones '
W. 0. and Arch Hague of thqe
which bear their name were
city yesterday. The latter mad
un a dollar better off by m
his subserliptIon for another yar. '
0. T. Reynolds. the efficient
master of the Atlanuti Coact Us
Hiig pritnge, has returned to
place, after a couple of diy i
heras witness before the coult,,
HMon. John 0. Dawple. .o
chairman of the Board Cetlow
missounerd, tumd to ki
torday,. monthly meeting of the b i
Mr. and Mrs, r. J. Pond I
Blanch Ponu left yesterday i
sovllle. After remaining
few days they will prood to
ville, N. C., where they will sp1b
summer. '
Mrs. M. J. Beckham and son,
lasn. of Windsor. were in the ety
terday. They were on route
Newberry and other points la
West ind, where they have bees
Itlng relatives for the past few
On last Tueday might quite a
er of the members of the it
ist chure together wish their
took Pastor Roera and his pe
by compiWoe surprise, giving
pSatry te a poundigs of
good things, wheh a well-kept
welomae.
A. K. Jones ha retrnd'
home In this city, after an
trip through the Wet. gots
as California. He has bea
nearly three months. Mr.
ports the Western oousIT 8
ly prosperous, espeelal.T
the settle lndustri y
height.
,. Prie. of Wae, i
attending court ita
to his homne rse^uiW
membered that 3t rto
ant In the sitl
cover certain
mtld to biM' if. im ,
which the jly a gsed a v
his favor. (g.i was Vied
day. :


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