Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 10, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01109
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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S B, ',.. "set his A ll

hi' t' t
m^ wi aare noei aqt

fil..y e opaoR of

but will fearlesly 4 ew
says president Ca a,
mon. "pof ie *.to

a their meWill protest

iif attauckeod with br i
but cwil f Mea rlsl tb

l Wlftheu raf oftlon of

Ct*", their men lrlt C

s It attacked with briolr

the men'who fell wound-
es4ay's flght, one d4eth Is
that of James Walsh, who
uagh the he4" on Turk
ear Eddy.
deaths are' expected as six
1 ln a serious onditol
li wounds.
tr the police alone occupied
but the military are under
to move at a moment's no-
hie the T%4e&l army authtor-
kieping in eese touch with

Ampt will be made to
4e00 with till greater pre-
to lasure 'uesse.
oped hbat the aooa of "the
ua011 taken at a general
gToueadsy alght may erveo to
q embtned labor troubles
Smaow beating so heavily
ane and the pewce of

i O tee of elevea,
. Ad em the merent Induetrles
meet a commetteS of the cdvic
e this afternoon to outline a
to combat with the gravity Of
|thA meantime the ouaell has
M a appeal to all m of
unions urglag pMAe.
altuation remains ,olmUsaed
eher lIndurte s which a
been declared. The te-
i4pay I sull kauleapw e
of operators, but tt -1 Is
tat the action of the lIaeaH .
Ugaint a strike willn a
peedy *ettlemnit of the qgeea
'-*t ssaue between the toapa
Atu employee.

Trest" Hearing Peetponed.
Ila.18 Ind.. May .-Th-
before Noble C. Buler as
Ia the adrg twet case, was
Sagas unatll 10 o'clock oa
Sertang. at which time it
that the decree agree to
eya for the governman
e-fmadants. will be ea-

[ *.-AnBoacement
11that the o*en-
@e e ^ ton Bn b
,hk f t a".

northh 1 1* 24y evesnb,
The tb 4.a prth.
rigts, 4 e, are re-
ported pa ptdroYe4. All tel-
*wrapbtesom stIon It mspede.
aa detaUo. Ninse peo-
ple wre poMt dI In lthe two
Vllaees ad :,-.
Brthright, a town of 100 tInabi-
tants, TWPpt to avit been oom-
pletely 4Wt d Ort 4amage it
reported t 7, uy, negro settle-
aet mad od f Ife masy tae oc-
eorred (hnni.,,.e ^ .
TI .tero, nred iD the south-
west uiad moved to tho northeast at
a terift0 rat.0f 1:pod, demolltahlni
almost everty s I tfs path. HousHo
were raised to the ground and many
people sobObt t shelter of storm cel-
Crops a bmidy damaged, and
fences have hest destroyed.

sulphur Sprtgse, Teo., May 8.-
Only four buildings are standing in
the little town of Birthright, Tex.,
today, a result of the tornado
itlch swept throughb the northern
portion of this state late Tuesday.
The court hobse, postoSee and every
bulness house la the city were do-
stroyed, A wd l as numerous rest-
deoees and barns. As far as can be
aeertained only three persons lost
their lives, and several were serious-
ly Injured.

North Carolinas leotlons.
alellgh, N. C. May 9.-Blectonsu
w held in nearly all North Carolina
tano Tuesday. The coatestsa 'w
wllout political Interest. lan Ashe-
ie .and Ooonoe the republicans
alde an agverOve flghi. They lost
out eantrely In Atheville, but ected.
one alderman In Oonoord. In Mtar-
lottt, bbasiness men's -ticket oppond
to agitation of the liquor question, was
elected. IL Reldville, a high it-
oense board ad A strong majority.
One of the most heated contests was in
Durham over purely local issues.
Mayor Graham was re-elected over
two competitors.

$mail Cylone Strikes Canton.
Canton, GO., May 9.-Oanton was
visited by the severest sad most de-
structIve wind and ra is torm Tues-
day evening that this county has had
In several years. Several large shade
trees on the street were uprooted,
ant telephone wires broken ti sever-
al places by fallng timber. The
larpg metal smokestack at the Can-
too Ootton mills was also blown down
a4 demolished. A number of out-
houses were blown dowA, and stone
feoces and chimneys broken off, and
for a few minutes the heavy wind,
raWn, lying debris, etc., presented
the appearance of a cyclone.

Big Hotel Per Savanneh, 0a.
savannah. Ga., May 9.-With
northern and Savanash oapltallat ta*-
terested, plans have bees preatledly
completed for the ereetit of a aple-
*a teerist heel here. Mte. thea
3,s30 iots of lad4 along Il avenue
la the southern seeon of the city,
ave boea secured for the enterprise.
The project wigR be ataIite at
100,000. Titus sad Greed aaaM I
ema, of New York, have already o-
gted themselves to lease the hotel.
ich will be open for gueeta but tw
Metha IS the water. Some of the
bet kaow buasaes me of 8ftVa -
ash aft Ietl'd with the ptaa.
bmMeiaS Lumber Yarde Thr-t-.
Hameu May $.--4re brok out
at M- VWeeday ta the subaof
=Eawaeer. tn the terrtry ete
Fee R~r:er, a the left beak eatlm
er4 Ube. Toe Isaeki=m
tral teory wiS praay be
a -total Ia. The Sames treek"
to leap ever e sldae ebea tl uaM
tgite the liTer iae-.
o Hels i O We
Newceatle' My *.--4
the seeoa reme tu t le% 4 e6
ekampieship twourealet wbM a*b"
on he`o Tayeiyglow
tiftas. of t
|tl-A&w>NK ^

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THe r g t rWILL bTANO

No Se$h Outbreak Hasa
Oocurked, 1t strong 'Dotarbrs0ats
o tf ee 4,fr All PWlers 4ike
*re l s Are Attamked.
New York. May- 9.-Coittoa O
the wathor fhat brought dabmt by thew
strike f th longshoremen orer abre
seroiga Tueaoay than ever ,
fhe strikers number full 40,000,
and both el are apparently r a P
their detflnatlon to.stand ..
Nearly a scoreof compae have
agreed at a teetUns, to stead firmly
tvQether.anU ghft thq demaMd Of the
men. Thue .fr only two oainpaxlea,
thebo Mallory line and the Soutptet Pa-
cific company, have made t" with
the men." Work has bee' rftsied
at the front piers of thase o-0mpa-
ales. In other quarter'a ,fbw hun-
dred etrike-bpeakers have bees eageg-
ed but dyTe with the assistanaO of the
crews of various ships these, men have
made but asmll Inroads in the moun-
talos of freight that are dcommtulading
at a4l the important shippiaf points.
The big trans-Atlantle opmpsales.
however, are sending out their Ahit
.nearly on schedule tim# but te
strikers claJm that these leusels are
going away "light," that is, with only
a small part of their usual earoeM.
ip serious outbreak has yet oc-
ourred but the temper of the strikers
was shown Tuesday night by an at-
tack on strike-breakers near the Cie-
nard docks.
These men iere badly 'maul6d b*-
fore they could be rescued by the po-
Strong detachments of police ,have
been placed at all of the piers and
strikers are not permitted to gather
In their vicinity.
The strikers say their demands for
increased pay are based upon the na-
creased cost of living.

Charged with Accepting Bribes.
Pekin, May 9.--T'sen Chun Sean,
the new president of the ministry of
communications and one of the most
prominent reactionarles, and at pres-
ent a power behind the throne, Is
using Mhs Influeae to t=an out recent
appointees and Install hisown friends.
Prince Ctsng, presekent of the foreign
board, has been Ilpiached on the
charge of accepting bibes from Tmal
Chl) Kwelh, the rscenaty appointed
temporary governor of Hat Lung Kl-
ang. who was stmultaneoauy dieates-
ed from his post. Teal Chen, pres-
ident of the ministry of commerce:
'Yuan Sh RaK, vreroy of Cl IU.,ad
commander of the Otaneae forces, and
Tang ha Oyi, the new governor of
Munk. have also been ipeaohed oa
varlods charges.'-

Defaulter In Sum of 46,000.
fSattle, Wash.. May S.-John R.
RIpUnger. for four yearM city comp-
troller, republiea ',spwdata lor
Mayor la the last eldMon, sad
well kaows In the orthwest, who re-
tired from oace ta March. 1t, is
a defaulter In the sA eof more tha
49.000, It is allael. a. W. Carroll,
present eity comptaeler, haUs swe
eut a warrant tor the arrest of his
predecessor. RIpUlimer i now it
Hooduras, havtlg gone there- fre
Califoraia more thea a iMth age.

ramlagaam. Ala., May $.-A bad
wrek occurred Tuday eao the eas-
board Air IJne. ft w M tw* ae e
"pat their lives ad s or aim as
were lajred. two e sd.m a" d
carm were wreeked. T- steemeat *-
Carem awr Pleoat. Ala. gth
elme and aboest ,I ftseit eare
were wrecked. lU eo f t o a.
ct mnt pet bts .
Ktewes Proesm enedeuate
^eeG. anewi. Mt w


1f ,he tiBpoang pew Mest- maple,
:the forty-aevet sanuaal Ceo.olar of
the gradtd commander of Knigha t
Template of eorgia wa oonveaed,4A
the asylum of the local ooinmander-
tea' Wefnesday- morning. '.
The rain of the early mmintg proe-
vented the .moafter parade .and re-
view of the eighteen joomaMaderle
of. the state that had been. planned
la honor of Grand Mater Moukltn,
of 4te graies~atpment, ind Grand
Obmna&tder Joha J. y, atof the
grand o aundery of Georgia, land
the ftcers of the-grand enoeau"Pc ant
sad grand eomaxandery were escort-
ed to the asylum la the old Masonto
temple by tb. .local and vialting or-
gablisatJoU of air knights.
The abandojament of tho military
feature came as a di.tdltt tdsap-
polntment to the member d *the or-
r who iad planned for one of the
laRst parades that bed ever been
given by the grand commandery.,
Six hundred sir knight were ex-
pected to have been in line and pass
In review before the offers -In front
of the Piedmont hotel.
It was nearly 11:30 a. m. when the
conclave was formally called to order
by Grand Commander John J. Stay.
There were over 500 Sir Knights
crowded into the asylum whem the
gavel fell, an'd the 47th annual con-
clave was declared open.
Grand Commander Soay Introduced
J. T. Graves, of Atlanta, a sir
Knlght, who welcomed 'the visitors to
Atlanta. Governor J. M. Terrell,
who, Was to have welcomed the akir
knights' to Georgia, was prevented
from being present on account of his
absence in New York.

Shot and Killed Friend.
Independence, Mo.,. May .-
Clyde St. Clair. aged 22, son of Geo
St. ClaIr, a prominent citlsen, was
shot and killed on the public square
early Wedesday by Van Tappan,
aged 29 years, his intimate friend.
The two young men had attended a
party together at the home of a
young woman with whom both wore
In love, and were turning home
when they engaged la a quarrel over
her, which resulted In the tragedy,
Tappan wont to the polloe station
and voluntarily surrendered. He
sadd he shot S. Clair In self 6e-
feoae when tho ttter threatened
m With a. revolver. There were
no witneeaes.

Sae-Crackers at Work.
Amusta, 0G., May 9.-A Herald
eoelal from Oliver, Ga., ays that
burglars mo Tuesday alegt cracked
three safes there and eeoaped with
onsl4sdeable money. The large e
of Id* Oliver TrfIa eompmy wam
completely wrecked praetteally
the esatre. ooe to a rmas of ruha .
Onq san It held o susplcion. The
tewa was not awakened by the we-
toe eof terrise .aptoeIoS.

Camrnege ee to ettne.m
New York. May *.-4Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew Carnegie and W. H. Roaser
ad Mrs. Rogers wee pmengers oe0
the steamer Wttfe, wl aadled at
2 e'teek Wedeaeday. This to Mr.
Oareeldee Rntaml igratios to us
Rigeskad estate. Re will retum to
he fWt. Mr. RItogere ha ot ure
e a pmager s it tor years. It I1 ea.
derstood bo will be goaq mtil the mstO
of June.

eain sa ? !ion surneed.
Pltta"rg, Aa> .--4re Wedes-
da appomed to be of i cediary oer-
a, dsomtrtd the buolasNes aeen of
almneher., about 4o m0le east el
l edta. The oea is estiote Iat

ODentiets Meet

Ono*1ftr met 1n this eitr
Oe re.


TWa Attemifte at AseasdniateI I
Texed Tewn.
Beaumeat, Teo., Mae .--as a
Oreelt of two atteaets at MuasE
tiot from ambual at Orange Tey
nalt. iOe man wa killed ad two
serioasly wevaaeu The d.ed mas
bt Moaer ldnra, a Segro eflcer ho
was Wr- W by unakow pariei **
he was t iag a negro saloon. H
waM shot ve times, au t. *bu-e
eatertla his bedy ad prod, a lan-
Staa"teou aeath.
It la tshUght tha the abooecr Wu
6ee by anreee&ad *vl arreCs
have a .
m meagmont and 0
O. OMeol e. dm*. Titus
e0 the Mst of a sh that was
.4 wth people riteg is the SOt-
kirtU of the town. wee they 4"
Ted e t, ht ot comis. 'ra
Wiebeater. A borletPg .d ,
the fehy pet of WWeDtas k.
San ea od Whe armeof Hde .It
b om mtet thOi was &o W
by amesMtt .d pr em eato
who Me1d a 6s soepRo
a Mpew i.

"e er nosees Dews.
SW .. --A d ie-
"gru*es Abr11 NO.
^^^i.*gB^^^^ *m ^ 08^ tt ti f spa S^A A9 p



S e. 4 Money, He Uses Rua
S With Awful R ,uEt9.


iod was Everywhere.-One Wo.
;man 'rightfully Slashed. a,'d Bra.
ken Rtaxor was Found Still Stick.
.Ing i Her Body.
Ner York, May 9.-Mrs. Milo
Vito, *%d her mother, iri. MI
Brigotla were literally sia hj t
pleoe, with razors in their eu, de
homem elrly Wednesday. G:o;anal
Vlto, the husband of the younr
woeian, la under arrest charged with
the cilmo.. It is alleged that he
killed the woman after a quarrel
which followed their refusal to give
him maoey. Vito denies that he Is
guilty, however, and stout:y main.
tails. that his wife and mother-in.
law were killed by two men who
broke Into the house and with whom
he fought.
In support of his story, he exhth-
lted to the police a cut on one of his
hands which he declares was nflct-
ed by one of the murderers. Iti
story- is ubstantlatel by hi? three
year old son. The police give :bh
story little erJence as Vlito and the
e*id weri the only persons in the
apartment when the p'hico. wbh
had been Informed of the rm'.der,
came to the house and forced an en-
All the doors of the aYartment
have been looked up. Inside dhey
ouand Vito fully dregsel, standing
I1 the center of the room. 1'.,'4
was .everywhere, and on the flov,
midway between the bed and the win-
d6w, lay the lifeless body of Mrs.
Vlto, her head nearly severed. The
body was frightfully *lash0l, a"u i
broken rasor was found stiU stick-
lag in one of the wounds.
On the.fir escape, just outsl1e of
the window, was found tha body Of
Mrs. Brignoll, pMetioally ooverer
with wounds.
Uuer a bed In the V'to apat-
mept, the polee found a mKoo
blood stained raser sad on a drw-
Ing case a razor, which bore the 1s-
priat "of four bleed-stained fiunor'
Vito is a barber.' He had not work-
edat his trade for several y-ars.
hoevver, and 41s fatter-ln-:sw d"
elhred that i all that time be ha
Uved fela the earnings of his 4o,
who wah *sployd in a shtrt fa-

'. F -i


~dhin I



B. 4SS ACo., as.
hi0 Alobh the

m$6500, was ei le4. and
p t iitlmoy ~sibditted, when
ed intil 9 o"lok Frdy

t frenoon the grand jr
| i n *omrt; made Its, ary
ea wiad waO die charged with
ip e i tlwhere in this paper.

,pn wrel disposed of In the
court Wedueseay, as follows:
Nn, charged with fighting,
isl a brlc" at a companion,
Wed $3050 and oots..
ulenblum, who was arreasld
upon complaint from A.
Idhes, asg discharged, as
evideee to sustain the

yaWnItnlag Herman Har-
M oray -were both ar.
,rs, esq. driving and were
and heSos eaeh.


fentoe 1r father

par~loby $ g e a bid but man,
Mr. fBe !w td s te offilat.ie
aiste.2 W ` Thrower, who, It
wiwe' m.ate4 two
betore' "q sad wife,
**The H rtlooked more Love-
Vt ott k w,,Va_* dinr press which
s itostume of dark
brow it ovrY brown taffeta,

br qte. aItws
se n t isstl e, wit the
Ye. 7y. The suit wO
wor waist, tan. ,loves
and4in i Her ht was a
becoming ad, trimmed In tan
roea 0 bt 6of browb Velvet rib-
bbn. She aO red a large bouquet of
white vIrC*7we.'
"The i tro'a of honor, Mrs. 'iau.
ronce Thrower, wore a datety white
emitoldeord ,to. suit, worn with a
ltagerle st ratomed with pink ribbon.
tShe oarrled'a cluster of white cars.
.40s. The inaid ,df honor, Miss
Georgia Anderson, wore a similar cos-
taine of white linen, with a pretty
tUnlprie ht trimmed with blue rib-
tloa. She also carried white carna-
oties. .
"The musical program was an en-
joyable part of the ceremony. lisa
tadisa Crowell manu a beautiful bal.
la4, "The 1%0U4 of Rose," o
"opanted by Mr. John Turner on the
violin. Schuberta Serenade was sung
by MrL. Claude It Park in her usial
pleasing mlIner. with Mt. Turner's
accompaniment. Miss Mary Jackson
played the Wedding March, and dur-
ing the ceremony, Mosshowaki's Sere-
nata waP softly played by Mr. Turner
and Misi Jackson.
"The number of handsome gifts that
were received by Mr. and Mrs. Throw-
er attested to' their popularity. After
the ceremony, a wedding breakfast,
couulsting of chicken .jlttles, salted
nuts, sandwiches, eo4ee~ blane mange
nid angel food. was served, and little
boxes of wedding cake were given
to the guest at tlh door.
"Mr. and ir': Thrower left on the
10:80 train for JacseaVille. Prom
there they will proceed to Norfblk,
where they will take the boat to New
York. They will also visit Jamestoiwi.
01 Pplut Comfort and Charleston.
On thMir return. they will be at home
to their friends at the home of the
ntroom's iparenlt, Rev. and Mrs. B. K.
Thrower, on North A. street."

Sunday Schl ilren and Others
Will Spend Day at Werthlnton,
The little folks. and many of the
older ones. for that matter, will spend
today at that romalti apIot. Worth-
iagtou Sprlut. it being the occasion
of thler annul picule, and it t need-
teaa to add that the day will prove
a tnost enjoyable one.
A special train will leave the At-
lante Coast Line statics at 8 o'clock.
Tire wltt be 60 enats for atlts,
IS cets for children. and a big crowd
SIs al011ated.
A otalrl invitation s ete-ded to
all who e re r to o.
able Im'. eee. "
1 1 others. Pt p i pauim. heat' b ,
orll do floriaame a itMIty Ua th er, Wem
. wnVrld's stlptiUO. le oa I hetW
iy. Why poor
v an usA saltbw ath -
toAe o~gemlv breath a laWai
at fotw&*awel& is at eams est"
widespread and nbure m the &..ein ea

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in striking contr
+"(t i.,g-sty).
S-.. # de~ Clan, wholesome pro.
4^ a.'16* food palatable, nutritious
a:m, al fooa'that any stomach
Scai Aierican housewives but
B p i of Cotto/ene over
l: a? fro a plactical and health
f~lt, la ould never again
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Prof. Mcleath Accepts Invitation' to
Deliver Commencement Addreesees
Prof. Tom. F. McBeath, the efcient
and popular. principal of the Gaines-
ville Graded and High School, tand
editor and publisher of The Florida
School Exponent, oen of the leading
educational Joutnas of the Buth, who
long ago gined "a reputation a a
orator, has accepted an v T tion,
trom President tIlley to detl the
eqmmenoement address to the normal
department of Stetson Univers)ty. De-
LandW. i Monday, the 27th.
Prof. McBeath's serves are at all
times In demand. He has also been
tendered by Prof. Geo. M. Lynch of
the Jasper Normal Institute, Jasper,
an Invitation to deliver the addreai at
the commencement of that institution.
He has accepted the invitation,
and deliver the address May 30.
Prof. McBeath was eaipelled to de-
cline ansenvitation to deliver the ad-
dress to the graduAtinl class 6f the
DePunlak High School on May 24.
as that Is the date of thecommence
ment of our city high school.


Dr. Rogere Given MLO of Absence,
Wut Will Preach Sutday Morning.
\Rev. 8. B. Rogere of the First
Baptist church, who. has been absent
from his pulpit for the past three
months, will occupy his pulpit Sun-
day morning, givig a short talk.
His church has granted him a six
months' leave of .absence. that he
may fully 'recover his health and
strength, and It is possible this will
be the only talk by, th pastor before
going away. He ta. axious to have
present his people lad friends.
lie will also bapdie those await-
Ing baptism and any others who uny
desire to be baptized, before he goes
away for the summer.
Sunday evening at 8 o'clock all
those awaiting or dlstring this ordi-
nance will take notice There will bi
no other service in the evening ex-
cett the baptism.

Time of Arrival nad Departure of
Trained from. biIe.ville.
For the laftorm m eto the pmft
the fbtowing ca11"e 1s ced*ale| of
the Seaboard Air UNe i a u
The train tram Cr" Ky to 301.
satvile l.avt at S:f tead of 1:36
a am.. and lretat itwR at $:a4
Ofad of 5:36 as f .
The MM 1 mimrte 11 Jat kaeil
aMl= t. I. ., m --.

- *
Famous Christi#n Evangelat WIll CIn-
duet erviMoes at Tabernacle.
Rev. ;. B. Nelson of Grand View,
Texas, an eminent evangelist of the
Christian Church who. Is touring Flori-
da, has arrived in the city, add, be-
ginning this evening will hold ;meet-
Ing s nightly in the Tabemacle, Bast
Liberty street.
, Rev. Nelsou has Just closed series s
of meetings in Lake City, anA on us
under the auspices of the congrega*
tion of the Christian church. It was I
hoped the new edifice would be ready
in tmue to .accominodate those who'de-,
siru.to hear him, but that being im-
possible, arrangements have been
made to use the Tabernacle.
'he services will bb held at 7:30
o'clock each evening, and a cordial In-
vitation is extended to the public.
Shot \il', ,. ., > ,e. "
Wasliir:gtu, Ma .-- Vi.;'.i 0!
Rice, of 131 Hickman Etre'at, c*.'-
west, this city, Tuesday shot arn,
killed his wife, mortally wotuledh hlI
baby and the committed suicide. A

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Mlacku County Abslrpict .

Perry U. Colson. Pres J V.'&nIt A
Free.: .a. I o o.'
We do aIn *xt'loolva' AhtIetm-
neiv, with faelligiv. tfor i mv-' rtinc
Information oonceroing the~ I ;i
At? bhuh,.~tFr3mokted promptly


The Medicine
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Asnion BillF P
0y two new bills w
She Senate dutf 9

bill provide
be allowed i...,
The duties
M be to inspect
ing houses of tb
,gentor Crane a1 ~.*t
ting the toWU t i ^t
Hillsboro county, whch
to the committee. OB -p0
President Harris announced th 'p -
ial of Senator Adams as &calU10
the committee on .lhW 4aW
ns and the appolOtWdIt of 8O -
Johnson as chalnWma OtthL oOm-

The newly electedd e rom
Danee county Was latd to
following committees "
railroads, finance sa$ taxation,
and templManee. ,
Bills en Third O"41 1W.
On motion of Benat 3&IW bills
their third reading a. final pa
were taken up and owsldereld.
Senate bill No. 33C i by at '
ierson-To fix the, # t51 O
ttn seed meal sold Ih this State;
prohibit the sale of inferior cotton
ped meal without notice to the pub.
p to prohibit the mksbridb'g of
seed meal, and providing pea.
e: passed 30 to 0.
Senate bill No. 136, by 1fr. ieel-T6
vide a penalty for tre o
iladug trees, the title of whieh Is
panoth(r, was considered, the bill
ring been reported unfavorable by
e committee on agriculture; as"ed
to 0.
Senate bill No. 7, by Mr. TrammeU-
qirig railroad companies -aid
er common carriers to trash sep
te accommodations for whit, a=d
ired passengers on railroads and
Iferring powers on the railroad com-
Ion, was read for its third time;
aned without a dissenting vote.
enaute bill No. 182, by Mr. Bokman
*Concerning the payment of deposits
ade In banks or trust companies in
Ce name of two or more persons;
au!d its third reading, 83 to 0.
Senate bill No. 180. by Mr. Hudon-
lig the county of Palm Beach
Id for the organization and govern-
ot th(erof, was placed on its third
ding. the committee on otty and
ty organization hawvi return
bill without recommendation.
Senator Hudson informed the Sea.
that while the establishing of the
" county would be detrl e to
P rvnal interests, he M d not
1.n from championing the bill as
i demanded. He stated that "I
Yy instances residents ot Dae
ty. which the bill seeks to diide,
Sforcci to travel 106 miles la order
blch the present county at. Sea .
-if Hudsen said it was nothing more
right to make two rtmas ile
g Dade so the re sl eof
north w.stf.rn portion 6,1*M.

o iA,:l! by Mr. Clark 'tJ .^ t as substitmte 0t UeS
b !! 1y s-nator Gira 1
ot *-" and tax for the W] toa
f8 ar in .tv buildnlas J e ill
S'* L'&-neral sta at g p
n "" ;a county eam levy a
,'- *r ti e years. nsed of
"l ich is now the prei.

IYrardeau Intormed the
tA -County vW" su~ng to

M. ioire at 2:48 until

.04 ufegto ederat
L X prsay. by ambilk M@-65

S103"Iftl gblWIWO
~ kz R~of

eTO.Yt.k ov.y,7,ia.ad 7.KK."


itr parasitel ,
soothe Il stated,
Itobhaula asae ,


s twholee' o hair Cpowly I "
purertlSd Purposes atm tom
-u Olatm are priceless.

to taation.
By Mr. Rowe of Madison--CoMped
station of circuit clerks.
By Mr. Militor otr Madison-Appro-
prating $15,00 for middle Florida
fair at Madison.
By Mr. Howell of Santa Rosa-Pro-
hibiting certain exhibitions on Sun-
day. -"
Mesqages were read from the Sen-
ate and the bills referred to the prop-
er committees.
Senate bill No. 33885, amending chart-
er of Bradentown; passed under sus-
pension of rules.
House bill No. 481, by -Joint com-
mittee of apportionment-Roapport-
loning Senators, was ordered on the
calendar of bills on second retlng
without reference to committee, aad
was made a special order for Thurs.
day, May 16, at 11 8. and 00 cop.
les ordered printed.
sills on Thlr8 Reading.
The foeowing were amo the bills
placed on third reading:
By Mr. Carter of Alachua-ge3u-
lating the procedure for the admis
sion of attorneys to practice, wbch
had been passed Informally du.g
the absence of its author, was plged
aon third rdi int.
Mr. atthews of Malaop oppou d
the bilL He believed a man's oara
aeter is known better in his own com-.
amilty than at the State. easL The
ta oency in all professions em it
be to eurtall competition. The pass
age of the bill would work an injustice
to unb6m generations.
Mr. carter spoke briefly, saying the
bill mets the approval of the judges
troughwot the tae.
The roDll al showed 2 ayes and 2
ays, and ,ae tin was therefore
passed. There was oeapiderable heel.
tatlon tn the vetM&, sad eqe or two
changes made before the reset was
By Mr. Abersahy f Orage -Pro-
hibiting public b yards tre pmias.
lg goods from arms or ewrporatoms
to which say a of their mebs are
directly or directly ater setsd;

By Mr. Psal Of rM-ee'-- ?rPiM(b


w ya&* O W

For the etlief of dyspepsia you wil =
find o better: P
% OL H. d Extract BI.M
1 os. BDueo Mixture. *
% os. ltald Extract OGetMa C e
po d.O
ISoes. Water.
NedkMil en of wide esaerleae
bear teetsomiv to the esSsiy o
this preelrptio, not esGly v oaed
of dyspeg e but In enso a rtl
of stomek troubles. U thes W re
masifesetotms of sour stomauht
tablespomasls of baking sot
be dAed d the tigredlem S MdA
above aUl f which ame obtlAMe et
any odi pharmacy. The pes d-
of this meiftae ie S trt Il
takest hre times a day, bebdre o es.
T Iy. IL
_-"% + . '

s. A

rv -~f

' By Mr. a fk ims of st. Jons-
Giving the riroead commission power
ovor telegraph lines; passed.
By Mr. Neel of J ckson-Requiring
county cotmuissioners to publish
monthly itetised statements, the cost
not to (xceed'$5 a month; passed.
By Mr. *ilana of Lee-Providing
for signing, of pension vouchers by
postmasters; pased.
By Mr. Rgefll of Putnam-Relating
to the ass3iMht and collection of
taxes upon land and turpenUne and
timber rights thereon; passed, and
the Housv resumed the regular order,
By Mr. Wilson of Lee-Obstructlon
of navagabIq.water courses; passed.
By Mr. Harvell of Santa Rosa-Mak-
ing, appropriations for State aid td
public schools; passed.
Afternoon Session.
The following bills were passed on
third reading:
By Mr. Smith of Lake-Providing
for nomination of county commission-
ers by distrWte.
By Mr. Ddrranuee of Polk-Relating
to the prohibited degree of marriage;
motion to resatksder the vote on this
bill will be moe Thursday.
By Mr. Fa*uaer of Taylor-Provid.
ing a method lor discovery of the
Illicit sale of lquor.
The House a.djourned at 5:30 until
10 a. m. Thlwauay.


Get Rid of T pt Andigestion at One*
by UnV Ml-o-na.
Either thr slacknesas or car.
lessness huptg ds of people slowly
poison themselves by chronic indiges-
tion. By n joeting to cure at once
any sluggisbhsa of the Important
organs of digestion the system is filled
with fermenting and decaying food
that results in sick headaches, heart.
burn, bad taste in the mouth, coated
tongue, speckstbefore the eyes, sleep-
lessness, nervoau troubles and the
toany other symptoms that are the
disct result of. Indigestion.
The want of a perfectly safe yet ef-
fective cure for indigestion and stom-
ach troubles t their many forms was
felt up to the time Qf the successful
Investigations that resulted in the pbV
duction of M*(o-na stomach tablets.
They quickly oure the woroq Coes
of indlgestlot, and the pain and dis-
tress which. are ofts felt after meals
disappear In a viry few days-such Is
the wonderful curative power of Ml-
o-na. L
The otd-fashioned medicines for
stomach troubles merely digest the
food, while Ml-o-ne strengthens the
digestive organs so that they soon
become able to care for the food that
is eaten.
Miona stomach tablets cost but
50 cents a box and do more real good
than a dosen boxes of the ordinary
digestive tablets. J. W. McCollum
gives an absolute, unqualified guar.
antee to refund the money if Mio-na
fails to cure.

Psederatlen of Musical Clubs.
Memphis, Tenn., May O.-The
iemnial convention of the Naloaal
1'ederatino of Musical Clue Bmet
here Wedateday with seventy- e
1delegatee puit-nt from all section of
the country., Mrs. J. B. Ihluney,
the p4dent, called the ooveat(os
ter the o:cers *uaaltted
ta e The visltiag dole*
gates are the recipiete of masy eo*
stal courtestse from the leal we
man's olabs,


Restaies ad Jobbern to

Staple and Fihcy Grocerie

Irain,' ardin Sw eNd Frtilzers .
ighess market price paid fto Oblhemso. Elg Band other Pftdem

A Com plew sw olf B Oan, o, Otflour, Bran, Meal, Oolton
uad *I. We handle oa the MaYT BEST goods a the LOW.
SPRIOSB. ad ny fam ue Miatsetilon alwmn,
... II I I I I I II IJ L ^ ^ *I / I M. .


Alto Us "l. hu laishm Iels Illt
S onIwith sifi

sealing & musibet Of w usompel

UMTA L1"0. 0adio


*JE. as Q^wRSv^

--A DcAL Oo IttI-

Islanmd cottonz


k rqmesn'wfr suliu SeeW inea Wee 15 5 Doe e seeIm",

""Mie Dowe ascob"steeU e~ms

laA-= :-,I-d

ou A Insurei.

'. 'r1

in a C do e11 Responsible, Have* i~~
w lote WLesI1 of Palley contuqt akt

YQu Are AssureJ
Thuso. sm ele nsolees arn aoreome rmIo Itbep peW

dhL WMS Qson"N



Vsine everywhe
member thatt d
the reord for the s
MRS. As M. HAMOMANN actual cdres of female
Lydia E. PInkham'sVegetable Coi
a&* from simple native va fte herbs. For more than th
I has been helpingU wmeI ste strong, regulating the fun
heeutfy ad ovro p It has also Dved Itself invaluable
ewt < Pasu M.* HB rmaaa, j Shore. L. I., writes :-Dear
Pinha:--I suffered f t placement, excessive and
tento e that I had to U -wa or sit still most of the
Lydia Plkham's Vegtbiet ond has made me a well woman
that ,1 sa able to attend to a 0e. I wish every snflerina

Mrs. Pinkham's St*ndlo levitation to Womeae
SWoen nfeRnfro ay faale M"l lness e tvtedI tewsu
Mrs. Plnkham. ait ya, M ss. 4, She is thsM*m. W~mPha w
has been advising ik wo f o ehar for fm re ta
ye6, and before that she ewhr mother-lnlaw ay Ptha.
vMw a to ahM,



am 3rio


K ilal and ea

Han1 of e qA


- I

W 10

Sano d for

Save 'to

ah ) o-** s body, .

t oo rt 4of.

BpsM tfur orthesi of.

Althe cast house
In bullfts t#el W bridges
improving the public
late outr sherl*, L W.
ifsplendid M effort inlet-
before this body, and
*Didaeineri hiotheoounty
asibe are 6ondnuted.
Ithe Salso to thank our bailiff
promptness and opeurtesies

'iwish to highl compliment qur
etoosey for slers plendid wor -
l lg tptvying the puabling

,l0plete our wor withoutL. W.
eT., K. GODBdY, Foreman."

aImant M. w. huroh Filled to
qr qapaoIty Wednesday Night.
Somm encemet exercise of
diligem Wedthesday earning

( 4 to be the greatest In the

Iaundred persons wert pro*.
witness the closing. The ora-
petr e ull, well dwithoussed nd
deUvmr. Th order
S "T. K. ODBY, Forsed; at

ON ACADrisbane was lutatoCIS
eaant M. L Ohurh Pil vledeto
of the closing. The borJects
as flows well desofd and."
Hattie Uri96bae; uEducatlon,"
lEverline River. The ponsblrder
Opportuntileb Mie was lberta

"True Pollteaem*;e Miss 4Ode
: "Woman a factor InIace
ia." Miss Nancy McDoaald;
," Miss label LIng; "The
,1 Reading," ToUrgee s DeSes
Music rendered was excellent.
order, and indeed charming.
the delivery of the orations.
T. DeBose came forward.
timely remarks. Introduced,
I purpose of delivering the di&
Sthe county superlntedeAl,
L Kelley. who made one
t addresses which ever tell
superlateadent's lips, after
with appropriate words and t
dif.4ed manner he delivered
to seven penrsons.
was accompanied by Mrs.
man y other white friends

very maeh.
I t ,fItspt for the five




iv T& t Relief

ty k t is 1t.ot eZoo
tie dsad lean-to-ue ex-
for rheumatism,
tiff, twisted Jointm,
or am muscle, tired
0 Ua n7 or ebe, as well
un trouble. and ast
l opur and

SWill Cur You
a s r e 4o l mo
A betmy uoM a s m that oe
Ieft aim, so ush Sod I
work at hi, tl,
colasl Sug ** selsdu os .th

b rer asuti.,Providece, t. I.
arb bottle aBo. mad Me. At drs lits e
*W aeral store
aFor t er -sig MiarMlimd's Lau

mond, Va.
The Seaboard Air Line announces
low excursion rate from all Florida
points, made*one cent per mile to
Richmond, Va., and return account of
the renmla-Ol ckets ea iale May 16,
7., 28, 2n and 8th. the Seaboard
operates double dally service from
Tampa, Jadkamville and other Florida
points. Extra through Pullman sleep-
ers and day coaohe* have been ar-
ranged, so all may be made comfort-
In order to allod their patrons to
visit the Jamestown Exloesiton, the
Seaboard will honor return portion
of Richmond tickets from Portsmouth.
The total round trip rates from some
of the important pots in Florlda
are as follows:
acksonville $13.751 Apopka.....$16.70

Lake City...
Live Oak....
Madison ....
Ocala ......
Tavare ....


Dade City...
Plant City...



While these rates are announced
for the Confederate Veterans tey
a"e open to the public.
The Seaboard has issued a very
attrtiv e and expensive folder de-
voted etirely to this occasion. Cop
led of th folder and other Itforma
tios a* be obtained on appWMati
to any Seaboard agent or to
8. C. BOYLTON. Jr.,
Asslstat GOmeral Pmaseger Agest
Jacksovtll im

Narrow Mese from Demab.
Moptgomery. Ala.. May S...-TI
MoO6ugh, a traveMlg alesmasn l
eulevUe. was beasu*e Wmew by *
ear Tueseay and nwgih erW N s
whee. 5o 0 et., es t wA 4w,
passes brwae. N* wU MOaNin ,

61 To. 't.

An opportuitJs soon to be fferdt
to the people Oalnesville telesr
moredn regard 0 the mosquQdor,-atA
energetic little p st so familir to ~
all, wmio sometimes almog~ tempts
sand1edta' people, to say things that
would't soun4 weU, and whcho by Mis
presence Aakes himself a nulance
to every olaes, sex, color and age.
Prof. 0. I. Prlbble of Topeka, Kan-
ias, editor of The Western Nattiralist,
who is toling the State with a series
of lectures, on the mosquito, which as
is well known;' Is a germ carrier, has
arrived ia the city, and purposes to
deliver two lectures, and possilbly
three. He will address the pup/is of
the Gainesville Graded and High
Schools and the UJniversity of FloMid
and may arrange to give a public lee.
ture before he makes his departure
from the city.
Prof. Pribble is a young man, but it
is evident, from his conversation and
the excellent recommendations he
carries from leading educators and
naturalists of the country, as well as
the hundreds of press notices from
the leading papers, that he Is a man
of unusual intellectual qualities, and
one who is thoroughly familiar with
the subject upon which he will talk,
and of which he says he has made a

most careful study, for year.
The dates for his lectures have not
yet been decided upon, but will be
giublished in due time.
* I I


Sumrmery Justice Dealt to Negro Who
Shot Ye4ng Farmer.
Dearing, Oa., May *.-hrley
Harrts, a negro farm band who shot
and dangerously wounded Hayden
Pearson, a prominent farp;er wae
,lynched Monday night bya mob of
about forty unmasked mer,. His body
Was riddled with bullets.
The mob their visited the negro'uo
home, severely whipped meners ofI
1s fatilly and gave them a brief time
1 which to get out of MeDufle oafmn.
ty. Pearson, who lives near thh
place, was remoqstrating with the 4e.
gr abo"t poor work 3ne on his fata
whia Harris dfew a revolVei and lired
evexal shots'lito his boty. Pearsona
probably will die. ,
A posse was immeostely organised1
and captured the negro. He wee at&
bace 'started toward Thompson, butl
sever got through the deep swamp!
which had to be crossed.


strange Epistle Young Girl Indiets te
Her Mother.
New York. May 3.--Mti =ale II-
genfrltz. 24 years o? age, committed
suicide at the home of George W. Ba-
con, by inhaling Illuminating res. Her
home was in Cemden, N. J., and she
came to this city on a vacation tn
hopes of regaining er health. In
her room was found a letter written
In her own blood with the point of a
pin. The flu'd with which she wrote
had been drawn from beneath her
finger nrals. but the writing was quite
plain. TT'e letter read;
"My D-arevt Mother: Do not grieve,

for I cpnr t Ftanin It any longer.' I
am sorry I nmut do this. but no one.
known what I have suffered.
"Mother, dear, ad papa, do not1
worry. I trust we will meet in a
better world, where h ere will be aso

Do You Lave
your baby? You wonder why be cries.
Buy a bottle of WhiWs Qfam Veral.
tge and he wh never cry. Modt
babies have worms, end the others
don't know It WhilWa4Ma VerWi-
tage rids the child b o worse and eleaas
oet Its system sla a miasat way.
wrery mother saoshM lm a bottle
Se tis medaeste a tie bamse. Wihk
It fer need ever enter her mtad.
PraleN. oM by W. M. John a.

eNiw pauluseAatsptha
sad for

a lown..

~,4- 7
it 4'


Because it Ml not overhlat your kitchen.
Beuse it sla better than the coal or wood stove.
Because it is thefe d oil stove.
For other reasons s'stove at your dealer's
or write our nearest a cy.
Made in three sizeshmd fully warranted.

for its bright and
hsmple construction

wt latest ImroVe binrer. Made of bras throughout
5ad u u nty l. ASa oament to any room,
whether Mbrry, 1alroggm, epmrlorr bedroom. Every
lamp warranted. W e to ear aest agency if not at
Wr dealer's.

JAS. M. (*Shti., PresiM4d H. E. TAYLOR, Cashier
tIso, W. Hra. YiePfmstide t Las GRAHAM. Aeit. Caahier




Capital .... .....9* *06 Soo* O's *1(0,10 (

Interest Paid on Savings Aeoounts and COrtileates of Deposit. All l:.'.:Ll
Traiseted Promptly.
LH.E. TAYLOR, B'R ;'*r,

Scarcity of Cotten Seed.
Jackson, Mia., May $--The soar-
city of cotton seed of quality sulTt-
ble for planting purposes l athe most
serious problem now confronting the
farmers of Misslesippi, and will have
a most Important bearing on' the av-
err.ge of the sBeson's crop. The gov-
er.nment crop experts employed by the
department of agriculure, bureau of
plant industry are urging the farm-
erp to make tests of seed prior to the
planting In order to ascertain prob-
able percentage of germination, and
If t.b!r advice is heeded the stands will
be greatly Improved.

Sailors Make Seneatlonal Charges.
Sendlego, Cal., May O.-It was
reported late Tuesday night that two
sailors who have escaped from the
BritlElh steamer Maori King, wMeb
arrived here Tuesday from Shang-
tal, make sensatonal charges of bru-
tality against the captain and om-
cere of the ship. Rumors are In Cir-
culation to the effect that fifteen
Ch:nese were killed during the riot
on board sad their boles cast Into
tAe ea.


Under and by virtue of a decree of
foreclosure of mortgage made and

Noe toIs breby dven that E. F Can ot,
purbcaser of Tax Certificate No. :i3. ,wt4
th 4tbh day Of July, A.D. I144. a las t -9l
eerUftea toI an oflsee. and has mnule at,;.-ic
Uton for tax deed to Isue In a.cordi en' w~t
law. a8id oew atloe emibrauces t. .- ri
described property situated it,. A.,h .. I n-
ty. Florida, towtt:
Nw 1-4 of Se 1-4 Sec. 7. Tp. '-.. >-,
The aida land being sase.'ed at tVe te of
tb* lauance of such oerntcate .n ut, :-iLe of
311 worth Trust Lo.
Unl said certificate shall te.re(deeuen(. s
o dl I to law. tga deed will i~ue therei.L 1
thefe 5 day of May. A. D. 907.
Witness my omfclil atnature ard e,.. :ti
the th day of April. A.. D 1907.
pd Clerk Circuit Court Alachua (o .l..

Noti0e to hereby given that E F Cnt-m,
pwh of Tax Certfaeste No., -..-a.
Iyo f Jul A. D. W. hbaA ted sd
S11r11 ;i o ffice, and has made ,ai ;
OtU tr X- to Issue In accordar..e w t
law. B1mdnlfatea embraces thibe ,.o, .'
destlr oMvrty situaled In Alach...L"
No 1.4o w1-4ego. 1.. Tv S.
Te Sai lad being assessed at 0 ."t
te3m3saltm of sueb ecertlfleate In 1: .. .-e
of =swa hTrmst Co.
UuMM ad tatoate bshall tw roe"1e '
oorm to laW. taxdeed wIUeissue t
Sthe fth dg o Ma. A. D. I7.
W1 itaess y oltal tdEnature and %. *
the thday 1 Aprf, A. D. IM.
pd Crh Cireult Oo ort Alacbua

ouuer u nu mu oUR a" VO Ap^r, I r.A
1907, by Hon. J. T. Wills, judge of woTIC of APPL CoTI.oN F
theclrcuit court Eighth Judicial Circuit DDB LAO OF RAOF
of Florida, I chancery, wherein C. LAWS O IA w -A
M. McKlnney is complainant and Trnmee. purobaer of T '- ert, .t .
James Gainey and Iree Gainey. hist eame me eh as or JUiy. A.
wife, are defedaats. I will sell on madeaes ta dee ?'
W1on go eaw.eWkb l ee ruI .,m
Monday., the 3rd day of June, 1907, brmestmheonowisWdwribesd prr,.'
&%&a Is Ajlameeb esty.P]rorida tow
at public outcry before the court w o a w5 ee. to. ) T'
btouse door In the Ciy of OalnesrvlUlea, c mresa *
o, the highest bidder, th& following thel emmeeoems erbeicase Iat .
property, situated lyng and being Ino eftae a& t. rr
m'Alach ouanty Florida, towit: The, e*.tolawa 4deedw .'
South half of the Southwest quarter wIw efm eu.y.meX ure art
of 4. In Townsahip 8, South, tMUd41 st"f W1 i'w.
o ae 20 East. to satisty aM pay Crasconur' Alhu.i'
aie decree, fees and coste. Terms wos o AoF UCATIO ,o
W. 8. BROOMKX a m m xU cims s A or -
Special Master Chaameery. M LAWS or nMA.

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dy, de V bY 9*ttWOOcli,
tvoy part ofte oVM
I' S ar; a;$m. 0MA
or cents f I
T cin local Qnam 1 recas_ a lae
srtiou.ad scad te5foM Gddtloeal
*rdisplY *advent Nga" 1W

TerWeek Sualn ao e *iW ti
pgper, published e9vlV a"
MSOL State and 11rl 9
,siage free, to say r",t f t.hPuse si
cnda, for ,1-.o00* yt. a .
jrtising bills blecSe due tw *
of advertisement, 11lefs
in contract. Parties a0t to un
equircd to pay for adV"tt( isi,
ddrs THDAVY atN,

quiet the sadmthttration isS
that $173,000 lost from the sub-
at Chicago and the amount
from he sub-treBurl at St.
The officials selected by this
administration een to be
dishonest than fOWrm ones
who were partisans of he deep-
ueiublican dye.

he French Ambassador has com-
lied to the Secretary of the Treat-
that over-valuation .of I bench
imported here is prevtntan 9 x-
from that country aad d tn ds
lame treatment that is beiR ac-
ld to Germany. The taiftr war
lst the United States is warming
ld the standpatters will aTve to
I concessions, or our foreign trade
greatly suffer.

oere seems to be a strong suspi-
SIn the minds of many Republi-
i that Roosevelt is maneuvering
a third term. The Chicago Trib-
which has been a strong Roose-
pgan, declares against the re-
tion of the Presidelt and vir-
says it would bolt if such were
| and that stalwart Republican
The Chicago Inter-Ooean, takes
opportunity of finding fault with
Lboosevelt doings and sayings.

I only a week or two ago we were
9g President Roosevelt to take
by a prolonged sea trip, with
Sthe wireless telegraph cut out.
Comes Congressman H. Kirk
of Pittsburg seconding the mo-
l and pointed adding that he'
t ht "the WVhite House should not
aide a political headquarter.;"
Porter, a business man as well
I Republican, felt constrained to
the President he wal nervous
Soverwork, but this opinion was
Salhough preheated ili the
way and even In an apolo,
tone. But the Presldest omO-
Sthe opinion that he was In need
operation; still he agreed that
tuild e.ive earlier than usual or
Itul (Iquit of Oyster Bay.

r thatbr, i, so much fus and

Intoinee for Presidt, uighlt
1.,onh hile for the Republcas
, t i r,,ally In earnest, to 5iY
Pige in the nomination as We1
Sthe platformn that It rely' It
*tok; a one of the eluip.3
,,on which it waht latoe oWI

Lam n-Y the reviaam01tb
l~~Dproocratle paotyesmes
IO bere ,.~will 00 no ~6
t a riff w l g 4 4
most dpAmOSO.*jsr

in the ma~g
From abrn w th

~ a~frevisim a" 1W
L ~as fitdwt h
L afe long eg,1

'ad tat is t
*kr t -bhead 'S
'no s tam av
Manift f 1

^im izr-epay oonar.
. FOno. U. in ater'. i ..W
| l couCti Preoldtf t the Ex0per16 W!o fW
Sw-fored oall t a lecture oPUMAa thde W
01 by Mean Knemie*
a rruApt tran0 w. o. tindon
time "Wt Aear Hardagan" wag WI have a Bt
sa ootant vilitor at the Whibts Houo, of Camphor i s. Prof. 00t4an
he was the Invited .it ate"the mat. of Glen St. L W bo bh 1lw*
4$. of the Prealdedt'S daghter, he ranked as o best W
ocUtantly received letters from the and speaker* i ated tod gi
President on political-. matters and a paper on 1S P$ ple In Pro
was, he said, invited to aobtribute and lag," illustra" a &*l MOpc vieW.
collect money from other corporation Another very litttl .ng and 4ontAw
magnates for use in the Presidefttisl training feat tote program
campaign. Now President Roosevelt free excurst .1 4 th tl thel Mla
declares that Mr. Harriman is an un- natee river b i. s Will ve
desirable citizen, because a private the horticult$a4 chance to asp
letter of his has been published which one of the "-liet beari.tg 4 tr
exposes this political and personal In- groves in th' State of ldtorm Tie
timacy between him and the ,Preel- railroads have granted a rate of one
dent But was not the same Harri. fare plus 23c for the round trip. Thi
m and his doings known -o the reduces the cost of traveling to 1%0
President, as well before as after that a mile for each mll traveled% Cet
ttter was published? That is the thinly a very reasoi le rate.
unpleasant light that the Harriman, .
exposure leaves the occupant of the: The president ofthe steel trust ad.
White House in and no linking Har. mits he will rula competitors of the
riman with Moyer and Heywood, wis1 trust if they redeem their prices below
are 4anocent, until proved guilty, can those set by the United States Steel
change the circumstances In each Corporation, and yet the majority of
case. the voters of the United States have
just voted to perpetuate the tariff pro-
That too much prosperity is often tection to the steel and other trusts.
the ruin of Individuals Is an mnfortu .. . ..
nate truth, but that too much proe*.
perty will breed business depression I APU1|| A IIMTV

is not sa well known. Yet from Chi-
cago, a few 4ays ago, comes the an-
nouncement that the Western Electric
Company has recently dropped 15,000
out of 25,000 Ien from its pay rolls.
Not hard times, nor the expected ap-
proach of hard times, but "too much
prosperity," was assigned by Presi-
dent E. M. Barton as the cause of the
cothpany's action. "The high prices
for copper, steel and lead metals,
which we use very largely, make con-
struction of .plants In which our ap-
papatus Is used very much more ex-
pensive than at any time for twenty-
five years," he said. "Our customers,
then, have to face the probability that
plant, put in at the present rate of
cost could be duplicated within a few
years at greatly reduced' outlay. The
fundamental difficulty, therefore, is
too much prosperity." The American
Telephone and Telegraph Company is
one of the largest customers of the
above-named corporation and is re-
fusing to make any extension of Its
lines in consequence of the high price
of materials. As copper, steel and
lead are all controlled by trusts of
which the copper trust Is a virtual
monopoly, and the steel and lead

Alachua et ty lio 806,400 acres In
area, has 14 miles railroad, 900
miles wagon, rmd, 6N ptoimees,
128 publis'Ahoobs, 27 phosphate
plants. 20aw mills, 785,000 court
house, four oewspape, and pro-
duces co, emotion, riee, sugar,
oats, ry.e, pWtato,.pineapples, oP0
angep, peaeO parlei plume, *
sans, and all kiode o vegetable
sae. .ebe

Gaoelsville, tle COU04tyeatol1

Hal fourteen sburebee, two pabilis
schoolio, the Val","el10,oFloridas
selvate s Sheee m nowpQ
gevited" S take s lud 00000she su
woter. fire. Ant'sistem, 01900141
*ad ta igas wo weIms. i rtwo
maohiluse. mig"p ohm* w~oost ieee.
ties, eottoias, two pSv)as" flotorles,
Ith Ite rilroads. two fwsiloflu1r su
ufatetluogeopmpeal".one lbsw
ImanufStlory, n .S~I ~
" -10einS wobs, v
s5oo hat I
thing I"10

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trusts are enoripously protected by |
the tariff and ar thus free from fo1ulmnUWmuuu
eign competition, It is evident that
tariff protection to trusts can dispense Vk 0 W Mo
business depression in place of that a Fe tos"
prosperity of which, the standpattersw o* c .
claim, it should be the universal diA s "'m.sfi .l..
tribUter. It must begin to look, even
to our Republican friends, that too ea for
much protection to trusts is defeating The .
its own ends.
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The twentteth annual meeting of
the Florida State Horticultural o-
ciety will convene at St. Petersburg
on May 14, 15, 16 And 17. To most
of the horticulturists In thh vicialty
the value of the State orgalatIon is
fully appreciated. This is shown from
the fact that they have over sixty
members belonging to the organisa-
tion m. Gainesville alone. It Is
especially desirable to have a very
hr delegation to attend the 't.
Petersburg meeting. Our practical
aen, as well as our scientific men,
are appreciated and honored by po-
tns on the program. In addi-

fTArs or Ouio. Crr or ToLDo,
LUcAs Cowra.
Frak J. Chey makes oath that
be is sMaer partner of the firm of
P. J. Chew o & Co., dolng'busineus
i tno Car of Toledo, County and
M or a d that said Airm wm
pay 0 A n of One Huedred Dollars
for eac& and every ca-r of Ct atarrh
at samaot be acured by the se of
Sa to better mam and subscribed
i *si f day of Do-
sW rj, A. V UIMS
A. W.GL8Asm
(-1 iON Is sU .
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Every Machine.

tightest ShitI. i b40*t Running! The
Champion $POe W Itor. of the World
Use. the ?ay.Shlsp;, Kor* FiiyShoieu in
use IV 'iImesvM)9.,SOn any other mahehin",

For Sale by....

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THE IP, Ganesvlmle Fl.

C"noferate Veterans Reunion,

Rloh mond, Va.,

lay 80th to Jne 3rd

Atlantic Coast



i Tickets on sale daily from May 9sth to 80th in.
elusive. Rate for this occasion is $18.75 froms
Jacksonville for the round trip, or virtually onQe
c8nt a milo for distance traveled, with correspond.
ingly low ratef from all points. Extension of
limit to July 8th can be obtained by depositing
ticket with Special Agent and payment of fifty
cent8 at time of 'deposit.
For full information and Pullman reservations
write or call on FRANK 0. BOYLTON, Distrfti
Passenger Agent, Atlantic Coast Line, Jackson.
ville, Fla.


'Air LIne Railway )


Two .Igipt Traion Daily:


Modern-Pullman Equipment

The Jaaeston xpo

Norfolk, Vsa

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poi e so, wirS.O d a true,
5ew rt Ic wamry o MId bust-
s 0 s Pubue ITOi porsa
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to be bdyatiege4
buskitness of the eepowarno.
K ftit bll svh all rtAaa
laton mnake and perform and
Oiut 5ootr5t5 ofovoe kind and
U 4,B1iPl 6 omuon. Ths co.r-
'halt have thes right to bor-
Ku upy the Issme of Wr
negotiable wcur-
e0 oto purcba.
Witare 6f Is own
iL to my, ellU own, and
iBiars eMnd to make

ohrSe all oh irights w Aor
D to exer i ri
ord privalhe tobt the Owne-
re batd to ainsany tad

hr.. ad It I _er*
ed torporatt tor heave, use
e*joy futhe right, PWOW and

.lorlds. The tr b* be
rteed both W toat" M A
iii. aad it is
*ated that the
r shall not In ay M Y, w
trict the powers of this tierm-

TXICLE 3-The capital SteOk Et
'o rporation hal bl b Oi *-
|Thouad Dollars diid M 1at
aound shares of the p .w "v-
i One *'Hundred Doetal
took shall be paid ,In to tl
teo of the United State, or w
Stn property. labor or
SJust valuation to be
strreors at a meeting to be Sal.
br that prpos.
RTICLU 4- The term for w"ie
po on hall exist. hall be
Noe yea from the date of
e patent
IiCLE 6. Se. 1-The bu8soees
rporation shall be conducted
eat. a vl-pus'ldeOt, nee.
0ad treasurer, and a board of
The number of direct
b laweresed or dimalahed
us. The directors shall
the stock holders at
M etnag. All other ot.
t this corporation
MB u hyby the dl.
N~l thea this

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as 18t
Of paps

to thi. charter,
rbed to and for
Mor share m t
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to r" iu nd know t
th o the "s ho aboarlbsd t
foreO~ U"atus.ofIn oprtlam.
an*~ myh sealy aciuolwl d~be-
tore we that 0*ai ubkcbed to the
same fowUme pnpose Of ebtabing
Istim ms pt m sd ehs31eof theAle.
abuta vamant com-.

Wituess my bowand sdoRMiialSea
this 83rd da -ofDa 190?.
14otary ?ublif, Stateof VFlordaat
Wm& myodmalwsieoex*r"eJame

"T&aL Nouum c A. u amme as lituse a
For sale In Gainesville, lords, by
W. M. Jobhon. Druggebt.
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Cos. as, *~ hefollowln%%1 0w'Our
*mi-40*mieaof aE fIe

holdIWRthe anMOtN ~Otto,
vite rtlo.44 jaiistof wn iars

tiom ebrge. thicswaon -emainl

;iskm U* lebouril ospeoscl? at-

?MthereIs a maoy~4mewat nO* aonfot
uis YCth Fida aPI40 .esmnar,
UY th smitra10 m1rn wa
or'. 10 44d09 TA*is o,W[Usnks
the tftp vivo essat.
U urowlftrpation address
A* GelsOn Werl PasmenerAgent,
senville. Florida.

To All Wbm It May Concern
Tsheuodoe twa. I shall apply to
a*n psrdaftx boweof the. Stte of
Fkwl6 IId tT~lahaase. FoId#, on
40 ,awtieSO Uth day of Mao,. 1907.
fb so Or a remleulon of" the Seim
Pa* go PAO eat the fall t t of 0the
UrcOult urt, Alachus covoty.lMM-.
6&. on November 34.,l19K In the
oharge of saygr w ""*aIaut.
April 30j lPT.


OMo In Miller Lair Exehasne.
OfS0 Phone No. 255; Residenee No. 18

And 8olle tor Ia Equity
e' Esate, Oovebalatg anMd 00
ral Praotlee. All baslaes prompdl)
atteaded to. Ofle mest door to Bur
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9am sell you. 3111 pEO*srtYs (iu
proved and *aimgyi, hsht
smoshlagsMA a'lgal.Ba I"
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0111gaz AVU. C., both ways..
lie 'Mot 0'uI I IIn;I O~pWWW Service
UOlyd-e 1NeWitIhi" IbdJ' "n Southern Lie
f 9 BOSTON and
ImIW9 0 1% AIII~ruPoints.

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Clyag St. Lzi
stopping at P h*, Astor, om~f0O#(DSJIad)Uand IUSOeMedibte LAn id'i
I on. ft. I3RbI~b r* *
'Steamer "CITY Or,, J MONILLE"
Wu oppoiui te o sall as tonweI UgXASVYJknoivlle, FBudayu, Tueadabyl
Thursday, 880 p. m. Rel .toW&Lo, eaveanford, Monday@,

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Me N. Iosoieaa, J2., A. 0. P. A.Jasonvlle, Fla.
Jow Pfekso T. P. A., A. 0. HAmaiy G. E. P. A.,
Jdekfonivlie, lia. Piort N. R., New York.
0. H. TALOa, P.?T. M.. 0. 0. Bnovx, G. P. J.,
90 Broadway, NowI Yet.
L. D. Joxis T?. A., L. Scos. C0. A.,
Jcaksonville. Fl. Leieborg, Fla.
W. G. CoorV. Ja., F A., m OLTM Mtun,. G. F. A.,
JasekOoBflao, JF lU.' PIt etN. R., New York
0. P. Lov.st.o Agen, Ja6ksonville*, Fla.

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and detOctiV65 W ,M
| highway eteItt t the e11Y U f *t0t 4 i l
able at all time" to t y < t*
Wtuation. geMv Athit ai
rienced militia, a O
StateS cavalry
ent pot wltWb ti y AI r r
Mr e Freemont Wooi.Pi d ci1Oon may be to t .
bill of particu llmir
edefsan s rn4 *ue4. UPV
Sbe granted, tthi ear
bsdly be coniGerabi li to.
tg the i0i. "SS
lid, it i believe, ,
enat until tl e
T* city is rapidly Suit v .
are ae rri, ni, W ., of '6 .
a log i 'tani. '
oen and miagasi w ON b V.
ed hOUlles Or e r.
the, In the eptoai
see months to'l*ii llal.
M,coo Damage Suit in6F ApInt
Fmorer Sheriff Of Taft ly
Columbo, Ge., aty il l
io0,0oo dmi!. sit MWs i :'. t.
e .y. former sheriff of Twlar a-
Georgia, and hM Is 16M40 '-
pUn In the Unlted Stats MtGrt hee
esday afternoon, i
The plaintiff II N. M. Jearn, of
Irlngham, who Alegel 4his ia-
1nment. He wU arr at Blt-.
suht that he was 0.. J ,,
wia wanted t a SaiStUelft a
Iky'e of grand lnaey.' -
Tbe young man claims that he had
to stay in a jail fIxtyr-11~ b horN;
tiat he was got allkowei laM bed-
iohes and that his olt to pIy Dor
the services of guards* wh wold
pard him at the hQtel raiW nlghS
Ptil an officer from BIraMlam ar-
prd, was rejected by a wlsff.
Mhe Infsistld on keeling hbid .In tle
Waboohe next to a cell WhiM t eM e
eu a raving craay ne*ro woman.
Stop Grumbling.
If rou suffer from Rhoematism or
gains, for Ballard's Snow Liniment
Will bring quick relief. It Isa
hr for Sprains, Rheumat.im,
acted Muscles and all pl-4-fand
within the reach of all. Price teC,
k. 1.00. C.R. Smith, Toao Tex,
VWtS: "I have uaed Balard's Soew
41maiit in my family for y eam d
117 found it a faoe remeMy &or a
n&I and aches. I reomM0A It
IM In the chest" old by W. ML
Comv;-ttd of Peonage.
T '.. May 9.-F. L. Hay-
l .:'agr of the Prairie
.. ,,. company, at Mut-
S.. az convicted Tuws ay
a jury In the United
&A m',or two days' trial.
Il M sentence. The
Spreceded will he
"* r rott, mlarshal of
"' a n:rar charge. The
;.i:.,. :r,..c, cas were Brol-
r i .. *. , .. l l u as ia n a .
Actor d*.,^d Going tO urpep,.
'" M. ^,9 -Richard MaNs-
i recoveed t6at hl
Ih ,. Fl)d Crandial, hai
ti^": '" *-*ail for Europe oa
/. .... '. mer Mianeaponls.
'-"" honmle In mese .
u tid peatt the sMa
t. -'. 'aid Mr. MasiOeM
S.. ;.-tly re i vered i the
..' '. ls woak at at tor
If YouI DMIo
heoed the fr t- -- UIe-

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gifts yes.


A Handsome Pocket

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Who will come and get a Savings
which will be opened by PHIFER
Southeast corner of the Square on





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


E SUN Proposes To Give Away $1,000 in I
To stimulate the great, grand cause of Saving Money. There are hundreds of
Gatnesville'people who never save a dollar; they never think of the "rainy day"
that is certain to come to ahl. To save spare change or a part of one's earnings is
all a habit, which, once acquired, becomes easy to continue, and before you know
it you have9asnug sum in a reliable bank-and this bank will give you interest
money twice each year, so that your savings are really earning money for you.
Everybody has fiends or acquaintances who have been more or less successful in
a financial way, and in ninety.five oat of everyhundred of these instances the
, success that perhaps makes you envious was started by the bank savings habit,







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IElt is nO t AR KM TO MAll TIlt ABOVE PoI5511

Every person renewing their subscription, to The Semi.Weekly Sun for one year or to The
Daily for three months or who subscribes for The Gaineville Spait.Weekly Sun for one year or for
The Daily Sun for three months? will be entitled to one of these handsome pocket banks free of
charge and will receive credit at Phtter's Saving Bank for 25 cents.

Daily Sury $5.oo Per Year; $1.25 For Three Months

Semi'WyeekIy Sun, $1.oo Per Year.

Get in line and be among th. first to secure this beautiful little bank
Sre .C' cll . .person to reo
free of charb Y*@> call in person to sevurO one. .


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yest "-. ....... RaEtb c.t4 willa A
mes". w . is -
Ssun.f ea, or return 10e .
o d ain e wo idr tat we rec a Ee ~~ery.n t h sh Wld .
~, Of, such kno wn qualitytoour et Argo Red It. P. Hoet

clipped t Ptd o w refrigerator Iiberty trt
ate-A nce Jfor have not y Red nd
cm rs asODORLESS" Btio ak berw
S' th Salon dtry, of which

. ... ..+Mr. Mckittle Is ioa In t h country: "ArUW'
F0.,is iln the noon to hise b I wo his w iherev iE
Re, al s / sa rert i ry i remain here r a feow days ad.
qaantitY. laI pe& and ll interest every housekeeper is guest of Mrs. H. P. Holstein, Weo

pries vallle. t "4 US Ib A A "as uou C umpIy f tyou wath of t then Btem on Ale
-ClyAtt has ret r ow ha hTose Red CalmonI, Wt iturndd some hi.
f alf.ay hole typewr interesting thg s abqt Alaska w eS
es y Bu* office, 1lthe Salpion w Indstry, of which V
Richardon new per e or le. Aplittlen his opinowl I this country. "Anla
t, where he wp q l b is a house word wherever his before It.
ess. Salmon hasolly les trod or Ted.
a five-roo. D. Watkn o MH.. Rle of Mtlanta, Ga., assist
Apply to W. IL Y14 ,ta. ant general iperateandent of acm-
.nerville.C mP f Ytruction of t a 6hathern Bell Tele-
le thet to he s ew t-undred, w7 home,re after In thple of days spent
nbusiness.tredent used In ou re in lool It over the work of *
and of holes typewriter for le. tension beingO H by the company
e. Fletcher t. po ly SGO AROe. ARGO, ARGOin Gainesvill Mr. Riley was wellrd o
are isn the city. o plAy Sun office. oun pleased with com of thich hee sas
athis subscripti rito'The iAe. few newspaper Ales for sale. Ap n his opintate, I leading w to land
H. Tent-Three turn y y Newberply at Sun o thice. city of Florida with great prospects
t housekeein. Ga. where bl rom New stock of buggies and wagons before it.om outh.
SApply 109 N.his brother i Hunter & Edwards. R. Hollypent yesterday for Taml
*. D. Wn tki of M y this city leases or sale aR. Smithis office. pone, and other points In South Florida,
lr of the bank at that 804*, Was Price $2 per hundred. where he ,os -In the interests of an
ess visitor to thiseiy are nowter Only purest ingredients used in our" migration positiono. It is the
baking. Keystone Bakery. intention of W. Holly to present the
ae your stationery printed at Thq ARGO, ARGO, ARGO, ARGO, ARGO, proppoitionf to the various boards of
e. First-lass work promptly ARO, ARGO,ARGO, ARGO, ARGO.county comm O of that secti
er of the Kelasonabley mill, waces In Jacksonvlleourof the tate, to Neww York a totetreturn.
SNJoshua Whiteland J. D. Guthrie of ing them in a sobeme to advertise
H. Tencheturneday on ted co pplwberry are in the city on b Florida, thus ttratg the attention
Senoa Ga., where he Ald beerma n will business ofthose who dire to caatkaome Sou and othth.
a visit to his brother, Dr. Daw Among those who spent yesterday The scheme Is a good and feas ble
tai oI this city was Geo. R. Smith of one, and would probably work to ite
.and ducMrs.Pqrre G. Ukmn have Kahapaha advantage.
into the Sandbornboupee, 03 C. Cato of Alachna was inDo the "" .
Oak avenue, where they are now city yesterday. He made The Sun
tly located. an agreeable ca from a ll.
Hartwell Kelley of Prarle Creek, For Sale-Two Clyde Line tickets,
er o the Kelley mill, was in Jacksonville to Nw York and return.delayed b x
it Wednesday onf Palatka, form Apply at thMr s. L. arter and baby le t ffice.t arr a
with the court. E. Baxter has returned from w days. The child w
ds of r.iends. H. Alderme. t change o atmosphere will business trip to Palatka and other
to formerly of t hat he s indisosed points in Putnam county.
his hoime. During his illness the Rev. P. J. Lynch left yesterday for
office s in charge of Dr. Harry Hawthorn, where last night hece now-codt I the
1 't. nent vtducted service or the Hawtho t vi a pa of
Arinstrong, the eye specialist, Catholics.$
be seen professionally at the Superintendent Geo. Doew we of the monthly ea
Hoe the second M whay of Gainesville Gas and Electri Powho ha ert In our
X1onth. Maay 13th. He stops but Company hai returned from a business
trip to Jacksonville. Or n yards o the At delayed bank
. Cit ia of PalatJun, foeerly Mrs. C. L. Carter and baby leavt e nde trees hndave at lt a arrived and

it the University of Plo- night for Cedar Key tho, where they will

IC.H o, formerly oo it a enuem.n co t the "best lightSavings D-man.

rmeral at o'ok this morning.

.a "fm,,, and place of tp left yesterday for Prairie Creek. We want one thousand de
t illI be published later, where he has secured a contract to positors within the next sixty
d 1rr. E. LudwW fsrar g s ystem of bis lights in the
it ,t now of TrIos ee g ey mill. He will also install
I4*i, e xtensively latoe1ted. a gasoline engine in the plat, which We edicit the eooants of
( it. yesterday M wilU be used exclasvely la the box-
St. Sun an making department nrs t.. corpaeatis
r fl placed on ab W. 8. Yearwood of XltW-, member N o latiral
of the firm of the Mlros Manu eck. No Inturet I-
V Ta lor of Br1ip1ek, twaing Company, is to the cty In at- lowed deposits subject to
Sho 4 n here 4r *. ouodae upon the eurt, beikg in- cheek.
Si visit to Ib ~t., tested w i as assuampt sikt now in
ilt.tW'' '. left yater4 y Pro] ess. The Meiress Manutectur- We wn be pleased to hv* e
PO. lunty, wIR deo w 2,06c lg spay are W a l stores oper y Io beoe one of OWura
gut-er h tm?= as r lum so h. -Ms-
p fo Ae75. as low at oreseent City. 6
Pau" WOOWM +-be"M &t has spm&
*Al **", 69 tdo e" at o4 W at WUt.eon

..m i .4 a law. PHIPF R R sit

builds you up
and keeps you up

Anyon#t.' Dg'
dishes "(
nentaPl will oo'frI
vor by returning I
Many have been all
to go out, and havw
been returned. .

ikous Cod Liver
witbmout oi0
~~i~an o~aIono
aoi and emualnd
health fbr

own persons,
'~4 i fter sickness, cAd
j~i~ 'bronchitis and eU
:lung toublm
o n our ouarante.

.JkJ Pnson.D lot


Left Th~~hsr t"W fr est to Look After (In rear of Furniture Compa)
Gtm G ntereef. GAINESVILLE,. P.O
Geo, :. % jslo owns extensive
Interest ta'i gold-mintng Induktry I am now prepared so seno M
in CoWa40 lNovada. made his the trade with the hest I0
de r iford s Inthisline. P^hooe &
departure Th relay for (hat section o i i i S
t the coM ttry a his regular -se.mi ,.
annual toUr. He epeots to be absent
about two month, looking after his
Interests. 0
in his Westero gold holdings Mr.
Hyde has a good thing financially, A
as the mtnesa ji whh he I Interest- Nol os,
ed ae very pro dctive.S t

Seventh Day Advntists. ..
The Sun has been requested to an-
nomee that tthe quarterly meeting of
the Seventh Day AdvioUsts will be But Li"b
held In the church In North alane- I -
ville, be~iingl tonight and oontin-
inag through Saterday and Bunday,
the congreation of that ohuboh ob.
serving tturday as their Sabbath.
The meetings will be under the dit
reaction of ider C. B. Stevenson and A S a
wife of Brooker. The fret serve
will be held at 7:80 o'clook tonight.
On Saturday and Sunday there will stoeee
be services at 10:0 a. m. and 7:80
p. m., each day.
The publle Is cordially Invited to ioael o, wll1 ,a
atteon those services. i. %s rstor

Will A$drl e Normal Clas. KIRYTONR BAKI R
Prof. Clothier will loeture to the h 14. Be T OCHA
students of the normal class of the
University tonight at 8 o'clock. on
"The Improvement of Rural School
Grounds and the Teaing of Agriel-.
ttr In tote Rural School." the oo-
toue s open to the public.

Peund Dead In ed.
Valdosa a, May .-4eve
*, well known tUreate oper- '.-.
str, of crowsland, was foba dd W AgAoy 1 leadftg Nel.
i* bed at the McCraues botel Wed- Beetric
aneday mo-ning. with his tkre' out \
Iad a knife in his hand. 'Moou was
bespattered all over lh room |
showd that he bad walked seea t at. 8 W. UNIONX
ter the blow wa* struck. The tlhe
ry Is suicide. thought slight
t to foul play. T.
Sig su.ding UNDERTeTAKI J
Omaln. Neb., Mad UNDERTAKN. -
story building at Nisth "d Liav, -A
worth streets, 0oeupd bly I '
lsadorf A Martin Co., wll 1 am ULL
is oplments, ..W sp e w. NW oo
Property Ias l W SWy. '" a d*
ploy"ee had not repta" lor wk "
Md no one wa AtjureSd.

coMPgrTENr JU I *M
Not7 Deeteens 3sdees Sidj
Wotegi who malse a bustuse tf baus Pus- ges a a N
tifyin pther woSo Cone" pretty nest ai, 6
knolr wia wh wll -Mri aW1t tthe, bst res OW.age
fel.ta. te ave l1tisw treet two, coo.
.rrir.g Herpikde:
"T ean rmeeMn i ewao's **"If
ead.," as It t')M may Iatir from t.ls .. ....

out; S,4as iw; i~ 1 5~~
',htgemd.) 3evtbs A Tev."Irrw
'1%Morr5.eS.e 5..VelNmd. Or*.'*
iwAfte =kg sme botdoctle I pi~epcU
my bar has steppe fatlug U 0m
li emoh ,iytf-I remdit ro
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