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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 11, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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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: VID01110
Source Institution: University of Florida
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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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Soft 'twine In the Montgomery
1 s r oMom, lose to the eleva-
'lTea minutes after t- fAre broke
e lames began to Ipow Ito
tor sheft aatd te aSpe, save
are asbes, were sot Off.
alls Qickly filled with a dense
a tea Sautes later, when
ie appartusaarrived oa
people crowded almost every
o.w appealang for help, w1ble a
Ire at others, moetly woea saad
a illed the are eOapes. and, were
E gr wildly to the ouaN.
DeAmla, ageW SId yer, a(

Portrait palater, muied from
til wlnaew eM 't*' h Goor,
picket up deed.

2ty. May 10.-4e h f
wa hbegua at dayt ht Tuw*.
ug la the ruine Ia the 1UI-
tSldtasg. at Niuth a"d lacast
Sdeatered by fire WedMwak.
bF Mody at heat It kuowajo .t
4debrs, that of Mila Aur1a
rt, a artist, and it la bellied
'others may be found. The IeS
tiaUU emouldrtag Thursday momn*
ad tIt will be late In the day be.
a4 thorough search can he made.
amews dead now number iwo,
anad Professor DeMear.
|0Ileved that all the lie red
Wor. The most sertously
Miss Alexander Bruberg,
e ,fateas. whose skull is
Mer enoditloen Thurgday
es ldoared sertoun but
e i bge her phyasiclan.
a made her bome. ex-
that the countess
iMemak Andreras
red a eturlto


the orly.4iBM h lost we
fell 0WwMAX V.0t0 rown
,nad . . l.' ... s..

1a(sghter 0wt rw after the
o0at1 of h P"iDW &ad studied art
V several re, belg ta p ppil of
sBouguersa ,otoWle and James
Wnlastl*i. hae traveled la many
ooonttMf-t slOeak eluastly several
languages.*
,George M Pre, whe lost hie Ie
by laleyt fes ,M studio on thu
fifth BO, a ts e a famally more
bsa 0nted' ts the aft world. Wei
maternatl g01b-lktT- was G. P. A.
Healy, one of the greatest of Amern-
sia palato wh ha pate pointed per-
traits o i lay, oa and other nota.
bles. His twer who was a* noted
anlater PAtM, died Ia that cuity
ew yrets age.

INJUNCTIONs, DELAY LAW8.

Judge Jenee *range Preliminary In*
Juntjoe es 4 Part ef Ten Reads.
Moatgo i", Ala., May 10.-Judge*
Themas 0. $oses, of the United
ftaft 0oupt ,,A grafted preliminary
InjuaetiomlsO thepart of the te=
roade roI Alabama, restraining the
state from puttattg into opeotion er-
*sa laws just oted. Countiancq
wao taken In te aspilcatioe .of the
Lnotenile and NathVlle and South
and North because 'af tbeir having
mde rates (a rvolatlte of the law
wueb says that rate toIn ffoct Janu-.
ory 1 lat ball be the aximusa
charge This nature wa continueda
M s0 days by request of the state.
roads whieb soured the Tnjunc-
ties are the Atlastie Coast Use, the
$eoard, the Caenral of Georgia, the
esthers, the Mobile nad Ohio,' the
Atlanta and SrmilagrA, the T'ris-
o* and the NaTsbville, Obattanooga
.and St. Louts.
The laws reamated makes rates Jan-
ury 1, the maximum rates, fixes
mies on 110 artlees and coasuifles
read, and provide for an abrogation
of license of any road removing a case
from the state to the federal courts.
The question of 4 master will be de-
termined on the irt motion day, the
Arst Tueday nla June.

Sent to.Jail in Auto.
WetPalm Beach, Pa., May 10.-
Taoe. W. Troy ea m asebre from
steamer Ceollia, two thousand tone.
from South America loaded with lum-
ber, to take train to New York ahead
of the vessel. He west late Sepo's
aloon Wednesday and had some words
with and emptied his revolver late
George 0. Neweemb, iag m In-
stantly. Me was arrested b Dep-
uty Slerit aMrtUa ad Jailed without
resistance. Owwoaer 0hDiahgworth
summomed a jury sad t qtmesy was
4akea and he was hel I t e jury for
murder ad seat to MN1 by auto a
eooeuat of hard feelg la this eity.
A --basm SPolteo t,
Alabama P-affiee Le-r


Deptt. Ala May .--h safe
at the poetolce t at t, ta oefpt t
B. MoCaleb's store, ap bwa epsa
s turne dUarting 'uear albt, ad
14 ia money and a lprU. euaUty of
IIpae swaM'd. Mtsl glymrim waa
as., ana the Job Ws apparently the
wegk ofexperts. A aketot ke wa
t-4 to gain eatrane to the bild-
11. Nothing of value I the MSW

et btad bythe burglars.
S All St kSeven ewmersed
MeatvMde., Ur guay, May 10.--A
40elatt t freem the geve
autherateas the apet aWe" that a
tas eae o astqy sarle med-
gprat., a Preach esteame tme
wrecehI e f Jioe Igeadt were
Isebve-e A ke eas tes ta t r ,
tsea. mSevn them ar baemawt
have bese fowad Md t w"e assea
as m inal. .

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WSUUftAN TRAIN. IS WRECKED

Leaps f01mi Track and-Goe 0 own 'an
banelkient-4Agineer, Blinded by
*oke Crasebee Into the Rear .Und
of Tran* .
Chlos May 10.-A suburban pas-
Snar raa on0 the Burlington rail-
-road running etwuen Aurora, 111 il.,
and Cl644ao was wrecked Tkuro y
a ,*r alo about 6 B214e4 from
bi tty, a54' about 20 paseigers
were hrt It-is reported tWbt rev-
oral *ret kll.
The tr4 l was running at a & igh
rate of speed when the engine struck
a brolket rail, and leaped front the
track. It dragged the baggage mr
and one passenger coach with ft, anU
all thto rolled down a small embank-
meqt. The other flye passeujer catr
in the train remained on the track.
It was at first supposed that many
people had ben'- killed. and ambulances
were sumtnondid from all tiet police
tations la the west olde of the city

. Clncinnati, May 1O.--One-mn was
killoil, one fatally hurt and two ethers
selitOM ly injured in a rear-end colll-
alon at Jones Station, 7 miles south
of Hamilton, 0., Thursday.
An engine was following No. I pas-
eeter traja on the Clncinnati, Heallm.
ton and Dayton railroad and hievy
smoke prevented the englmer w eins
the train In e t rear of witeh the
enaine erashbd.
Praak Klng, of- hrytle, who was
making his second Utdip-,s a easg-
neer, was instantly ktled, san4 ftlli.
van, of Harmilton, sup&tateod4et of
tracks, was badly, probably fatally
injured Isternally and reolving seri-
ous outb on the head.
Jaoob R. Maeler, of the Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Dayton, agent at Ivory-
dale, suffered serious Internal Injuries
and Thomas Kirk, of Joane Station,
had two ribs broken.
Most of the passengers were shaken
up considerably, bat oa otlhere were
Injured.


TRAGEDY ON CREIK BRIDGE.

Runaway Team Deshiee hto Buggy
With Fatal Results. 4
Monroe. Ga., May *.-Wedaes-
day morning whUe on their way to
this place to do some shopping, two
ladies of Walton county met with a
strange and tragie oesinUt.
As a result of this, one of the ladles
is dead and the Other Sse at the point
of death.
These ladles were Mn. Heary' Rich.
ardson, wbo died In a very strange
manner, and Mrs. JobaJlflmr, who
Is not expected to Uve.
Sdut as Mrs. Richardeas and Mrs.
Palmer, on their way to town, drove
on the bridge whle pwaa Belle Prong
creek, a mile freo Ma sre, they wea


met by a runma p toai &I which were
a neore mana ad w&mapd two chil-
dren. -
MUs. PalM r. a Ina tlmng to get
out of the way of the vehicle, caught
aedres on the step twas throws
to the floor of the bripe. The horse
gea. over her, rag~g the buay
with him.
Mrs. Richardma ecapei without a
ar. yet, strand e to tar. she was
the first to die. The itemeat sad
worry in trying to are for her Ia-
jwred dater caemed beSaestion of the
Img., trhm whih ab died. I to
aot thought that M Palmer will
"arvtve her nlajries.
SWMI LaW O r0tne.
WrtghtavUlle, Oa., Mayr l.-Od-
day. May 4. wl pewe a histortse
"ts It thea seals at a cWSty. TeI
waristome of ie Mains building
a Warthe oeaue, 4aw la oeeM
Set w"scm WO to *tt oa than
4ay with lapean
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')o ba DIteld IaWis 4l M1 9e

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tkcuear ns> a.4T ths te6 oatry' as

The stiaaa wWI b l tel te 4
was returning friia ew or* a fe
days ago#' aI opped a day or weo a
Asheville. He had oceaslon to stop
at an undertaker', etab tment.
While ~pvrseYg.g lt9 the ppoprietor
-be glanced arwn4 aad sat w *.4dlis
on a pedeatal the" ial Lord Beteeaord
perfectly embale06 ad looklag Just
a. he did in lif Tt 1n.'a N A4M
no doubt of his Weielty, 0 ahe h ft
him well, having reptresated t-n a
one of his leadia gounself d 'iag hi
various trials In Reme., and saw him
every day for may months.
The proprietor of the undertakltd
establishment Wdd tUht Lord Beres-
ford had come to A4Ille meay
months 'ago, aocompan fed by a phy
uielan and a trained nurse, and rep-


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resenting himself as a men of great
wealth. He was very ill. He died
about five months eago, aad his bo0y
was embalmed by the undertaker and
placed in an expensive casket, pro-
paratory to ahlpment to hMs relatives
In England. The doctor, the purees,
the hotel keeper and the undertake
cabled to England to thl address giv-
e-by.Alcrd Beroeford as that of his
relatives, but Do such people could be
found, and their bills remained un-
paid. The undertaker has since then
been using his body as an advertise-
miet of the embalming department of
his estabnlshmeot. H stated that
Bereuord eame to Asheville adter
an assumedjuame, and that since he
had been oa ewhtbeton so less than
pIdn Eiftent weopie 'hbd appeared
deftasmig tt 4'hbad married them
under different a pea, taken their
lmoey aad dsappeared. ey all
wanted his body.

CORNRSTONM 18 llLAID.

Magnificent New Masonie Temple Is
Dediested In Atlanta, 0a.
Atlanta, May 10.-Nothwistandsna
the threatening clouds on Wednes-
day afternoon, several thousand men
and women gathered upon and about
the raised platform to witness the
dedicatory exereies of the laying of
the cornerstone of the mngnlfcept
new Malonle temple, to be erected at
the corner of Peachtree and Caai
streets.
The scene was an lapsbisve Na
Inspiring one. Grand Master Max
Meyerbardt, of the grWa lodge of
Georgia, a.sleted b averal other
prominent members of the order ta
the state, ooadected the dedlcatlon
exercises, the regular Masonle ritual
for such occasions being employed.
The other exere es of the day were
most appropriate and lateresting, the
Masonac parade beNg a pleasing feat-
are.


Florida House Defeatso Suage *ill.
Tallahaame, Irs., May 10--Seatat
d's .ree.iattles psopealag an
aidat to the A&s0tutot of the
a f Floatridma liumtlag eutrage to
wNte *male eldens, tas debated "e
WedM ay ta he hou y vote
4? 14 14. The senate p the re-
olatie tfee wekss ao hy a vote of
w jo 9. aad tadft be sabmltted to
te hoe th". sk pmbably
aen -m -tre- s7 ltj;em .-
yefaDd within the last to* ay. IN
1lset Would hare been to teo the
validity of the ratl lon of the ftw-
eleath and Bfteenth amedIeats of
it Uatted State ooasttmttla.
PWlr Yew", Lafy tm-ee.
Mftw Hre. At.. May 1M.-Mbae
lasa Ymana. Ea .,-tIar youasg lady t
New RMpe. Ala.. committo ate-
W b* tahl a a eo of popeime.
be iM Mun4 Ia he r em las a frt
as 1iste sad fsenvw oresmed
*dfie sms. 1io y seat e-
ea a by er atabeh. .
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MORE:


T.ubrle With the Longshor.
men&at Nw York.

IUSINat 1i6 GREATLY CRIPPLE

Seven PIght Occurred in Williaim
burg Between Strike.Breakers ar
Strikers-Number of Longh
Now Out is About 12,


New York, May 10.-The gravi
'*tlhe longshoremen's strike gro
With the hours.
ThUis i principally because the coA
gesti n of freight la becojmi::; Irapil
ly greater, the total monetary lss be
ist reckoned thus far at about $6j0
on, involving business in nany part
of' tbheountry. It is also heoau
an element of the itrlkers seemn to b
ready to resort to violence, as ws
manifested Wednesday night when :3
Italian and Polish strlke-brpaker
tree surprised and attacked by sey
bral hundred strikers and syinpathis
ers in Williamsburg and a s,'vere figb
enaue., In which stones, knives as
@lubs were used and number: of per
sogi wre hurt, uiclud!ng some po
licemen. Then, again, bo'h sides dis
play a flxlty of purpo.-,, whI11c due
not presage an early end of the trou
bMe.
The strikers, who now number aJ
meot 13,000, declare that t',y wi
not yield unless their demand for
higher seale of wages is granted, as
this, te' American steamship con
pani are equally inslater. that a
concessions will be made by t' em
anj that they will stand together t
reslat the men's exactions. Meas
tile 'Police Commissioner Bangha
has taken' the precaution to keep I
reserve at the. stations all po!lcem
oxc4pt those on patrol, which, is
one sense, a mobilization of 8,000 po
Ucemen.
J. H. 'Thomas, operating mansen
of the International Mercantile Mi
rtno company, speaking for ite trans
Atlantic lines involved in the stribl
said that ths heads of all thee lite
had discussed the situation. 'Th
were upanlmous, he said, uo the podt
ties that the demands of The striker
were exorbitant, that the 4.'anie
Oouhl not afford to meet them, an
that the strikers' place would be ill
ed with other men at the pr~ts
5a*e. *Te @ogpanies will bend the
edergle to getting their vessels a
ea Sohedole time, even if this be wi
partial arWoes.
'To eaphaasse their center .n
higher wages are needed beA .jse h:v
tagexpensesare higher, the st ke
are having a parade of their wive n
other dependent upon them.

Japngpee and American InterAts.
BWrlta, May 10.-The Vr1sic
Setting ase rts that it hasA rcVe
flrm an e. ial source the anndunc
meat that the United 8tate, and J
pan will beia neottation s fo
areemeat platUetag their mtu 1
teete na the Par WMat. Dditod?
the papr sa that America's M
like Onat italn's aad F'rMes,
tear a Ja 's power. It als W
dast "at JapaN wil tear '
teatles aW seeS as it autta her P
pe f to do go.
TO Ug" e Gvreter Atla"t.
Atlanta, May 1O.-The dirctt'f
t C haI era o commerce a *2
lag hIld Tuesday aftrnO 4i
to ha e a Inkr at an 5
at which the auetion of Pt', *
itts ofat Atlaana, wil! be
Prealtist J. Wylie Pope sad eer"
Walter 0. eu r were app --
all u'aaimemmts fAr the *'
iar |


~*WPM role Three atote

S Xde S eA MAW three ."'" b'
owS omnes"wl* esns1erobbego*
laT tege ante the o~iV~Twi
emletPOWY wrecked
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M loket o lw sri bad to e
on s *mae of


'to *t abshlte abssece of
te fgthar the "atoes, save

aide distap'ao, the T
tioe small armi of peso and&
iwho hbad otmlte, to reader
1*A'1 who worked like Ti4laa In
4avor to cheek the* coalagra-

'*b west, the buildings which
led were n order as follows:
owned by H. A. Pickett and
,by Dr. N. J. Bprry as a r-
ry building owned by i. A.
Sand ocupted by Miss laura
ia a millinery store and rest.

-5 3Yalker's barber shop.
terlHotel,' owned and man-
.by JIati 0. White.
'owid by Lute Howell
by ing Bros.. general





Pkalike fiorn the out.
O-but a tIauMe on the
iide w ill convince ou l Mt
Y9 I


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pnard Cleanable
ltae of Its Ow ; till others
SIt-no other will do for
p witll, IIIt the world'.
teMdmd today. Why
Ow l


FwMure


114-VfIDs Inthe
d~j~*A. V.
*1 mo."hao


Staks whq


pa0Q, loeted In same

on and 0c-
I qShtoble as a tre.i

I -sstore.
itu omovpleted about
oWand by Dr. J. P. Ruff
i+ Neel &k Burk, en-.


Trt l, owned and manage
de by 11r.
R-deael !oe ow s and occupied by
Mrs. Ulf rK .
TW W8; tMlil5 okMed by Mrs.
Liui KItc and occupied by T.
3 Grland, market, and A C. 1$ober-
son, general merchant.
Thoupeon < Sniith, lUverymen, lost
their feed table, but by heroic efforts
their carriage house was saved.
The fire was discovered about 11
o'clock, aind burned until 2:10. It
waO only by the heroic efforts of the
popuace. who tealised that the south
side of the street was doomed, that
the business houses and residences on
tW adrth side were saved.
Those who suffered loss in this con-
ga1ration have the sympathy of the
people Thi will no doubt rebuild
Immediately, however,' and a better
class of buildings, as NfVwberry is a
growing town, la the center of the
phosphate belt, and the place cocn-
mnands a tremendous trade.

SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTO.h
First Meeting of th6 Quarterly Serles
NHeld Friday Night.
The first meeting of the Seventh
Day Adventists was held in the little
chapel it North Gainesville last night,
lad was well attended.
This meeting was conducted by
Elder C. B. Stevenson, assisted by
his good w e, and proved very Inter-
esting throughout lder ,8tevenson
Is a pleading and htaitatnlag speaker.
and never falls to Interest his hearers.
Services will be held at 10:30
o'clock this morning and agaln at
half-past 7 this evening, and on the
saine hours tomorrow.

AT THE TASERNACLE.


., .


SPECIAL EXPRESS TRAIN.

Is Operated Over A.- C. L. In Order to
Aeoommodate Heavy Shipments.
It was stated to The Sun of Tues-
day. the withdrawalif the night trains
between Jackspoville and 'St. Peters-
burg has necessltated the inaugura-
tion of a new special express service.
In orler to accommodate the exten-
sive shipments of perishable freights'
from the groves anid gardens of South
Florida.
This special express service was In.
augurated Wednesday night, the first
train having left Ocala on that date.
The train is composed, entirely of ex-
press, and a 'operated between Ooala
and Jacksonville, via Palatka, leaving
Ocala daily at 8 p. m. 'Connection is
made at Ocala with another train
from the South. whtch perfo"es the
service between St, Petersburg and
8eala.
Report comes from South Florida
that the movement of perishables is
very heavy at this season-n fact,
the heaviest it has been at this same
period for several years.
This train was operated via Gaines-
vile last year.


Rev J. 9. Nelson Delivered a Fine T"CHERr EXAMINATION
Sermon There Last Night.
Rev. J. B. Nelson of Grand View. Annual Examination to be Held ,n
Ky.. the ovangellet of the Christian June, od d by Or. ley.
Church began a series of meetings. Kelley.
at the Tabernacle last night. The l)r. J. I.. Kelley. CoWuty Superin-
first meeting was held attended, and tendent of Public lastruction, re-
those who heard Rev. Nelson con. quests The Sun to announce that the

eluded at once that he was an orator annual examination of applicants for
,of a forceful nature. teachers' iositlons hi the schools of
Services will be conducted In the Alachua county will be held In this
evening at the Tabernacle, beginning city for four days, begiuing June 4.
at 7:80 o'clock. until further notice. Every p-raonu aspirig for the po
and a 'cordial Invitation Is extended sition of teacher in this county is eligi-
to the public. ble for examination. Applicants are
--. requested to be promptly on hand,
A Delightful ivennleF. and bring legal cap paper. pen and
One of the most delightful Informal ink.
social functions of the seo was a Those desiring further information
card party toodered by MreaW .T. may secure same by Addressing Dr.
Caomaut st Liberty street ompi.U- J. L Kelley. this city.
mentliy her ntece, MiSs Ird, of -- --
Moettges Thursday eveaag. Iagssn 4
The abtir was not lately att ded. With its eoipauIonsa heart bura.
there eQ oly three tabt, ut fatalee torpidlWt at the liver, wa.
those pre"ant etjyed the *ev- stpaUton, palpitsti of the beatt.
ag thoroh, an V are 8nuder m aNy poor bbod. bead ube nd other ss,
oblsatutonus to Chemant for a rvous aympts, alaw skit. lal
opportunity to meet her guest. aa tUage0. o--eav emat* and a lea
also for the eatorelseiiM of ofM f ot h ra Uska 1 o&ne the *met
ereding. Mrs. CI hmt pr va herstf wMleepre a&" -iacUtive nn o y
the usual V.fr hestas. M gMS th AHnIs_->pie. The O.
Ia).iticise4roWme 11011e 0e aS1theS
ean Mske wee Ser w,
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Confronting Seious situation.
New York, May 10M--:lear Havens
elgar manufacturers of the United
States are at thi moment contmflag
the most orious situation ,sine the
Weyler edict, Is the statement aid
in an article In the most recent num-
ber of the Tobaooo Leaf. by a Writer
who has conducted an extensive in-
vetigatton In Cuba for that purpose.
xhli utrWd stocks and a hcort crop
are given as the reasons.
Roads Must Post Notice of Oet04.
Montgomery, Ala., May 9.-The
state railroad commission has issued
ano-rder requiring railroads to keep
posted on a board at each station the
time of arrival and departure of all
train. with notice of length of de-
lay, and other Information that would
be of interest to the tr)vellng pub-
lic. Postings of delayed must be at
Jest half an hour before expected
arrival of the trains. ,


Unlvorsity Barbet' Sboj
$AM W. 4EdLM4rF, 1Prop.
Oppo~lte Fire Suthion.

Par Wh~ites 0411V.
8HEAVE, 1 19 dNCs.
IPIIfEEq YEARS' EV"i

Alcbu County Abstric t
(Lijcorpon' t, di
Perry Mt. colaca.Pres: j. w ei

GAINESVILLE FL4i


We do an ezcioeire Abntrac: a
nlo$$, with faeiliiipg for imIpAr a j
Infrmitn oncroragin he 1,i'0
anyandallland@ In Al aCia d
All~~i b~ie trotuagote'd v rom W


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CURE OPPARAYSIS
wife had bfes eebdq AveI Ms'WOWy
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e leading manufa ->.r
wao tb i MO ;Most careful as to
unyon and perfeOctti pati b her and it is wvll
Swn hy and the Wt.e (ifornia Fig Srp
S C ma tba6 adthoWi cn4 ethe ethical charact r of
It Product haed to the high it a Ig r tmercial circles which
sb accorded toqInaad reliable s p t adW4 that the name of t.1
C pany hat uarante of 62 e6 ita

W 1 to the .^W flO e4 v ery .wa OV f o .e.tial to permanent s,.
io and cre *tndin, therefore w sht6 ti of all who unid
,,. -l.'ygood .he,+; with iti blessiigs, to the fact tl. Ivre the question of rilt
+ 01-+ j1+ with afthetvrmt implies. With po~r kblfe. f what is best each h) r
S recrcreation, ioy t, of contemplation and eortnmay b made to contrilmt I
That end and Lhenie of mnedicines dlOes i ed ,ith, generally to great advantag-, but
si t l many in ta~l plee, wholeofpe' Jieedy .iay -be invauable if taken at the
proper time, the Califorma Fig Synip Co. feuis that itI hs alike important to present
tythftiuly the ;paj t an4 to supply the U perfect. laxative remedy which has wn
the oipoval of phyiplans and the world-wide acceptance of.the Welt-Informed because
of the excellence of the ctmbinatibn known t i l, allnd tbe original method of manufac.
i ,ture,,which is klonr to the California Fig Syrup Co. only.
This v .al ,ab remedy has -been long and favorably known under the name of--
1 Sy~tp of Figs+and has attained to world-wide acceptance as the most excellent of
faii,- y laxative, and, as its pure lazative principles,, obtained from Senna, are v(l i
'JI, wk to phydsiens and the Well-Informed of the world to be the best of natural
latItIes, we -A. adopted the more elaborate b -Syrup 9f Figs and Elixir of
elita.--a more fogty descriptive of the remedy, but doubtless it will always be
*called for by the shorter name of Syrup of Figs-4and to get its beneficial effects alwvas
otr- when p)r .aasbg, the full name of the Company-,California Fig Syrup Co.- -
S pany ~printe- on the front 6f every package, whether you simply call for--Syriup of
S PFgsF-ot by .yi fiame-Syrup of Figs and Elikir of Senna-as-Syrup of Fias and
i Exir of Senna-&. the one laxative remedy manufactured 1by the California Fig Svruip
Co. and the t'beretofore known by the name-Syrup of Figs-- which has giv.-n
*satisfaction tQ4lol s. The genuine is for sale by all leading druggists throuiouut
the United St original packages of one size only, the regular price of viich i
is fifty cents pe bott. t '
Every bp1 e is sold under the general guarantee of the Company, filed with the
Secretary of Agroculture, at Washington, D. C., that the remedy is not adulterated or
misbranded within the meaning of the Food and Drugs Act,.June 3oth, 9go6.

CALIF0RNIA'flO SYRUP CO.
-A Sah Francisco, Cal.
i Louisville, Ky. U S. A. New York, N. Y.
i "London, England.

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KMAN R FIE UTtO !" "

Fal ulkner's PU Ee 4S
b lhte Race$ fort we.g
iaterloo-Other Le'* I that evWence of sterling worth w
tIs ay wn'dr tIt y t we recommend a
IWth thirty-on ^-or of such known 4ullity to out
t M30tv


ter bthe i thotun of patrons
ed with prayerby weo arteefor
e courtesies of thI UO Ow '" ODORLESS"
to Capt E. E. as Win a W ',,alm a e amo we, ,
request of Senator e I
senator Johnson of. Bulwl. .. 1 e % M at e
introduced his trat bill. w4 h NaW
bill No. 3 a60 aObill thrvd i a u
fthe widow of the U0 t. o ftMKW,'
SNewlan of the SeSv fa th. oThe ty fect refrigerators in every re-
W will interelteverylbouselkeeperin
carries with it an I Or"t d 1of a notw refrigerator
$10o, which amount t late. sm IeaTIAaoua roNe T AstIme
would have ecured o a'viMeeC e TS mKRvs MaNupACTruItNe OOMMav
senator had he not died. 9n- in4 O ., o" ToeteI,- a a Al
of Senator Johlsbn, the raw g l li
waived and the bill put o Its
reading and was pa"5e0 uAW* n s

ripple of amuaem6nt Wa crated i
Senator Beard of th, Seo BHd
uced Senate bill No.'8, by ro.
,which PIovtor Company
Th. o billn w to :
committee on Etate ais al. r L ---
tor West of the o ,rth Intro. Phone 7*
Senate bill No. 864, w prb
that no amount of ,oottod iAs which was carried by a vote of 18
a bale shall be sold bet*en AW. to 9."
15 and September 15, without a The House has only recently defeat-
tax. The bill was made a e. a similAr bill.
ial order for Friday Zooriu. Senate bill No. 273, by Senator Me-
te bill No. 267, by +Mrr. ,- Creatry-To provide ,for the keeping
request-Providing for the dIspo- of a record of all sales of dynamite
of real estate by husband sad by all pprsons, firms or corporations
was read for its first time and ho deal in, sell or offer for sale
dynamite, and providing for failure
loose memorial to Congreps seek- to keep such record. The bill passed
an appropriation to clean the St. its third reading by a vote of 26 to 0.
river of the hyacinth pest wa The Senate adjourned to 10 a.
Idthe second time and passed by m. Friday.
vote of 27 to 0. -
House memorial-RequestU(g Con- IN'THE HOUSE.
to allow Florida to survey all The House was called to order at
ernment lands In the State, passed 10 a. m. Roll call showing a quorum
Senate without a dissentalg vote. present. Prayer by the chaplain.
iSeator Baker presented a petition Bills were introduced as follows:
im citizens of Marion relative to By Mr. Carter of Alachua-Election
pding legislation with the request of executive committeemen.
)t the number of signatures appear By Mr. Farris of Duval-Relatlng to
p the calendar.. sale of tax certlflcates held by the
ktate bill No. 870, by Mr. B klma 8State.
thorizing the acceptance from the By Mr. Farris of Duval-Relating
ed States Government of the ap- to tax deeds.
ration for the agricultural experi- By Mr. Reese of Escambia-Pay-
Qat station at Gainesville, was read ment of poll taxes as requisite to vot-
r its first time. On motion of the ing.
oducer the rules were waived and By Mr. Reese of Escambia-Protee-
L bill passed its second and third tion of gophers.
unt By Mrs. Geiger of Lafayette-rec-
'Itate bill No. 252, by Mr. Hudsm tion of fences by railroads to pr9.
n0 provide for the enlargement and tect stock.
of the State capitol, was taken By Mr. Donegan of Osceolar-Rela-
u 1 special order. After much ing to multilation of marks of domes.
ion as to a desirable location to animals.
the cost of the lot for the eretion .By Mr. Donegan of Osceola--m.
th supreme court building, which ployment of attorneys by county coa-
bill calls for, on motion Senator mlssioners.
the president, was requested to By Mr. McCutcheon of Pasoo-Foro.
lt Senators Sams and Hudeo lag a person to do any act aalnast
mlttee to investigate the cot, ias will, or confess to crime.
of the building and make their By Mr. Faulkner of Taylor-tPr-.
on Monday of next week. bidding excursaln trains on Sunday.
rtor Crane's bill, No. 14, aad By Mr. DuPont of St. John--En.
SMcCreary's bill No. 4, and couwagement of Inmigation.
ltoUIibformity of school fJti By Mr. Willis of Levy (by request)
to co -Rldative to military rolls and tee.
l Slid cheaper books for the df. ords of Florida.
for' Tuesday of next w.* By Mr. Willis of LevyT-Malate-
Sbill No. 152 by Mr AM Bname and erection of buildings for
E the dutes of lher educautonal instmrucUtion of
tthtorney s of ths StallState; appropriation
&tt'irnyg of this St -'.., .. ...


s" aries--p'.rap ~g c t A message was read from the Sen-
Senator AlfotorI L* t Uate and bills referred to the proper
bill and exprmeami- < oomlM .
Sbill. whicn was c r .ted a. Slti on Third Rading.
S1, th judludtary woomatue House bill No. 61. by Mr. Beard of
t- ,N ,.t a law. tr Wet the Beoond-Ameamdi Section 15M
P (rt 9ok. 1a th i WoC. the general statates of the State
hi that the Stat. ,0w'1M Oorida; 0 se
katl, y thE best Men s oS iebA& No 130, by M. Baker
th -alari. trm o f do TiOaldehf-PflMIBg tor the
Tb 11 4MMIP reo amoand nlstoby thecom-
T n M oM at or sol"d

tat resolution N U. 1tg d "Stomnw
k rip whleh to as Ad1 o 1 SltoI o t lt o

by gt as "0l t 60 t e Mrt. MCtrpyg
R' "MtaUkveat Ow f"U NO
I.lto. U,. t atP IBS
Of 04 r ts
;t.. k s^ l2^ i^


9t the "At I "

By Mr. Lose of on
Ing for the expenses of circuit utd .
As amrnnde the bill provides 00 a,
year.
By Mr. ftland of Lake-4 a4W .
to the mabltemance of pub4l rSd4*
and privileges of the several county. .
Afternoon 8esion,
The House adjourned for dinner ldur- n Workers and C
lng the dicuelon on House MI t ., C
resolution No. 226. FaUly Akr.lY ||M coca-Cola. They k
of Taylor-*Proposing an ameafdmea- otAed, serves i a ton i
to Article 12, Section 12, of the Sete .ally tired feeling and cobwebby m
constitution, relating to elucal ;. 0mmon iIn summer time. See that 'mW
The resolution proposes that all ta" Su pie; l p you or keep it in your ref
paid by white tax-payers should go p A -
to the support of white schools, and ask 1 O llMVU.hClae B.ttlagll C.,
the taxes of negroes to the support
of negro schools. The resolution walt
favored by Mr. Faulkner and Mt., F
ris aid was opposed by Mr. Maooed, fT
hMr. Willis of Levy, Mr. Dupoat, Mr.
Knight of Columbia, Mr. MacWill-
ilams and Mr. Crawford. and' after a
lengthy session was lost by 28 yeaI (i3O O'.ted l1
to 23 nays, less than the requl E. E. VOYLE. MGR.
Thre Hos dournte d to rid Abstrhert of Ti me ad full iateramston furnished regarding lanas t i
The House adjourned to Fridafy onnty. our manager has ld ain tht.eonat thirty yean and
morning. I thoroughly oavTeSi with land titles.
Sop GOrmbling.
It you Basu rom Rheumatism or (jw .
pains, for Ballard's Snow InUnment yFIR, AQ1ODENT, BURGLAR AXD DI MUNITY IBCURAMOOt. AS.
111 bring qlek rteet. It ii a suNe ,sdag 1 number of promlnetA oerlea and nartll h ompsalte.
cure for Spraei*s, Rhumatlsm. Co REAL ESTAT AND ITY LOANSB
tracted MIueles asd all patans-.a d ', G *t .""'t.11u t .JIorJ' IId a
within the T"Seac of all. Price r ,
60c, $1.00. 0. IX Smith, Teaa. T. C A T
writes: "I have use Ballard's AewN
Liniment in ly famlaly for years and .N TC
have found it a fae remedy for all R tad Jobben a
pains and &a4eo. I reommend It for
Johnson. and Fany Gro ri
Trust Portr Goes Wrong. l Srids d Fr Wl z rsm
Nashville, Tenn., May 10.-Will SOUTH SDI ~QARB. e GAiV-ULLS FLda
Buchanan, trusted negto porter of the
Elk Nat.rnal bank at Payettevtlle, Highegs lrohet prise paid for OChieheu. Es and other PrAdua se
was arrested Thursday on the charge
of abstracting from the bank's vaults A ComplSet t alko B=6, Corn, Oats tlor, Bran, Meal, CotUon
1.,100 at different times during the (40 oal, lw; band 011 the iBY BB oo It asthe LOW
past few iouthe. He confessed, n 5W .f lO M, a. garnatMee SafltiO e alav, e
and offered to retund his uteallgs. ..
S/ M. 9taUAM, Pr48idet H. E. TATLOs, OaChie
Fight Over Lawsuit.* oW. ,wE s. VIhe* PresMiens Las GazA4x. ArtS. Oaebla
Montgomery, Ala., May 10.-News
comes frem .jut outside of the city T
that Daniel Rorrsn. shqt and badly
wounded Robert Bap bout lawXA
suNt. Both are promlnest planters.
It Is not known $ft if Bugge Is fatally o~r GALZ =SV xLLz2.
hurt. OMffcers have bos seont from N T D TAT P ITORY
the sherirs ogce to make arrests. U A D
.apltal........ ................$100,000 00
Cesired th Murier. '.... ....s 1000 00
South McAlester,'I. T., May 10.-- ,+I**0
The grad Jury In the United fttes l raers Paid on sBaYng Aeesoeates d Certloeatet of Aipoelt. All B-t|
circuit court Thursday returned In- Trasseted Proeptly.
dictments charging J. H, Newman 30. TATLOR0, aehit EI
and John Williams, of Dursat; Tb-e.
Lawrenee, of Sterrelt, and Seymour
Tale, with murder. They are charged UUAV LJU, 3W.
with being members of a mob wileb
iMaid a segro. JaMes Williams,
charged with attacklg a white girl
ad.Marc h1 -' H.F. DUTTON &Q

Do You LOve "1
r barf? You wondw why be erBeA "
Buy a bottle of White's Cream Veratl.
ea d t i w ler ery. M t 4.,i
bables e ha w orms, and the moetei -- A" D BA DA IS -- 1|
don't hemow it. White's Cam yV ral.
eMt ta Um So a ptmUant way C oto

of this 14uino iton the boIes. With M
It. fear -d ever eats er aegr al. Pee eeii|aWS WI ..B.. m ia e sa aDemo M
Price --. Sold by W- -- eeesi'si -ert a Always en uard. m"
Friend (to draper ti his shop)4I me
tke that all your auaihta iqal t ot
suoe bette'lookltg onee 1--t g **


moot seful In k, eplaI a watbc o- 00 eap .
pie. My cst,.r.",- nver knoW
wblebh de they nre Ioklng."-NoSL. US -'


'Baby's Mamma.
older ("asigiglyp- Mamma's smar
ay nkuam stbh.1ishe In yours.Ma, W"s
my anopoever s00Wllmpbefore do
was YOMnRY (utoutly)-Tbat domi
vmae ow d0fferenwte. Fm the ulittds.
wdaw Nod"~ a pen=O eto Owmare
.aNIM of Is,
r" %am of Me&
OTG emoto fIgtmeowl
"I beilvs nyou anare*a m.
Ve DOMyou 6&. OUrwhs Vol
aeYr u9d oabe" dared MOMSOf
3oMUM"


Ash few


w las Ot hM Seepomaible, MHim sil ~gIj
kof Polley a$ v~1ieO~i


You Are'Assur'"d
ftw be uhm iwoeas bp~w~s e aysg*~


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st* e W this beu. And
piaerni th sbqt tiS ite

about twelhi members and
to add greatly to all future


whi Will be hold at
lg po~,wilet t begin at 3:80
Aont will be as fol-
i~~~~te~~~ Ui erb b ntut


shooting, 5 shots,


slow


nar 40olt.
Al k#o, ,. phots, rapid
e0llbre, army colt
shootln., 5 shots, slow
S:Ubve, rifle.
f ,4dphootlng, 5 shots, rapid
"R ealibre rtife.
Mi tal of Arms contest.
T"ap and reveille contest
I asalag swinging rings. (Contest.
vo across and back to starting

dive from aprig board.
i wImmiOg race. (Across pool and

Tub raoO. (From bank to bank

Obstaole swimming race. (Bank
ak aroas pooL)
public Is cordially Invited to


Birthday Party.
Ijeeeday attewnoo. Mas 8th,.
-it of happV lattlo itrs tnjoyed
party given by Miss Anna
'Thoeoas, t'< ,elerate her
thbirthdaj. Hr ioto, Mrs.

SIP-a6t gr1b1 wa enjoyed.
Witlh MDoaId was the lucky
to reeve te r, whioh was
iely book.
lany other game were played,
5at 6 o'clock th ey tT the din.
om, where they we 5BT"
and eake on tbMo beatttf
decorated with M oll" nd
Covers wea hId tr|
and the following were pt'
MIsase Bleanor Nime. Mall
Myrtle MoDomaM, AameO
SIrma Vidal, Omeria MeOaO.
SMoDonald and Mary alW. h!e
Oake was decoa wtl
Settle candles, and as e"bh tW
made a wish. a candle wai

ime a nd useful giftt wee
d and the Itttle hostess proved
a very amooeeNtl one.

iBrukfast; Killed Wife.
4, Ga., May 10.-John
a negro, farm employee.
l his wife's brains out Wed-
atou e she fueled to have his
ri epared at the appointed
eIscpe. and 1 st ll
I oartme was committed




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we skoe *g~Ome~r 400" who
~ hijant in h. bnde..
Yho Ca. pS **64 a large ,pON" eiof
theU timeoIs fbe superior ceM tWed-

it You Don't
bosed ~.drq tme use Rookie
sad rm we!!go., InstanPOW46 Vho




Moy 4*0 1 vo ,Oslo$ 3,11A,0'1

Rt 6 A, on" cameforoows &baand

by 'WW" it- Usedose for mp ta4S441,



Chattanooga, Toa., Ma 00,-7%
UfOheft oonfrnemes, at tariav
oburches, one of the Yrest bm6s ot
00e church, is holdiag ishila W goe
sent"b"r.

THS REAL TEST
Of 311619kitde U laGIvbxn 0 It te.
0016 b laL
Theft lls Only one taut by WhIch, to
PAige of the *Moloneny ot any art!1l
ani that Is by It~s sbflity to do tha
itIt s Jneded to do0. dainy I.ud:
r aiy, look nin!e and .tr871 nihe.
-'it the point Is-'do they eradicate Pam-
.Irufit and stop fall-Ing half?
.o. there dt, not.,t'.t Ibrvie~do doeA,
%4.eR:upf it gcr,* to the ?r,,t of the e*vil
and k1I~IN the germ that attalcks 'tile
Kp~afromn whence the hair gets Its
Letters from prominent i.Wple every-
where are Gilly proving thit Nowbro's
H Hricide stends the "teut olf us*n."
r tero a deUgi~tftl drgs.'ing, clear, pure
l SU4 f'. freCMo l or greauo.*
gold by~ leading druggpts.'FSezA1c.I
otta s f r saple to The RVc?pilcde Co.'
Itvo da-.MUl smi $1.6
LS. Bdlford A ft, Speeial Agond.

Ee H. MARTIN
Practical




Roll-Top Desks
ana all ,kinds of
~ to order at


we #alos gsbefore
14Oderalln. RE.
PAIRING A 8P&.
OIALTY.


TAX NOTICE.

Nottie is herby giS that the followlas described laud, mlated, lyit
and bele tho el0ty of Ote VileN,4 the Coouty of Alashk., tio of rorMa,
will be sold at publie seodes, to front of the Oour Hos de On Monday,
rd day of June. A. D. 1007, at Oaaemville, Alaheoa oesty, iorida. or sor
moeh as will be oesslla to pqy the amount dae the Ot y of .sGatlesille for
ieas for the Iar 1M06 bal obt I oppose to the eame gather with the eoot
of le d advoerteemeLt T. B. ELLIS, Tax Oolloteor.
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DPO-IPTION.


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N W ItW O ft. .& 0ft.
no10 t. But Oabuevil........ 410 20 $LO#
IV" gnu .....1*tof Nw o~t

slua ft R 14 270 ft
be~~~ha I IU4G
Cbm U 10 3LOS
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10 20
10 20


10 20
10 20

10 20
10 20

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l? re rqAt, a e and directed
the staivres th it y orfulg the dark'
days foollbwing tl' eatrihquase ehd fire
of Arl. lsat, yca".
Thb M sniMt seat communications
to fifty rvDrteentativo citizens re-
4iltetal t eul to meet at his office to
difsuen wtt hit uote present, itls-
trial tio*d ip. 'a this city and to
devise w y1 And means for their
amelloiratio. Ose.who were sum.
moned biytbo nmybr are, with a few
exceptions, the same citi ms who
composed 'the oomnittee of fifty of
April, last yaSr. James D. Phelan,
Rudolph 8.-fedkis, Frances J. Henry,
Mf. H. 6 oung, and several others
of the o omaitee, politically Mac
'dve agaafllAgst *yor, were not in-
clud d lad hfrtfttocs.
When thq uMatittee meets It Ii on-
derstoo6 that Mayor Sehmidt, who
receives th# situation confrontlng the
city and ask ,lo committee to co-op-
orate with h.* Is settllig the strikes
and bring aport Induatrial peace.

Choir from Vienna $ings.
New YTo lfkiay 10.-Many persons
crowded Tto Luna Park at Coney
Island Wednesday night to hear the
Vienan choir, who are visiting 'his
country 'for thirteen days, slMg. The
otur had been arranged to give the
German singing societies of Greater
New York an opportunity to see and
bear the foreign dteos and the mem.
bus of theo lee turned out in

AS TO RHNEUMATISM.
A walldefined cae of rheumatism
Is generally reognised by medical
me as one of the most difficult
problems with which they have to
deal It has been tound, however, by
the expernce of .able physicians that
much benefit results from putting the
sufferer from rheumatism under the
following treatment: Before each
meal there is administered an anti.
rheumatic tablet composed of 2%
grains odlum B3-Carbonate, 3 grains
8aloylee Aold and 1 minim Wine of
Ceehtleum. This tos to be followed
immediately by a glass of water. Af-
ter each mal the patn t Is gives
a tablespoo of alraato qf %U
os. Fluid Bxtiaot of Bsih, 1 dram
pluid xtrnet e More Nttlei, 1 es.
Ame ord l, a4 %a&s uM traot of
Liverwort and 14 as. water. The
treatment, continued for a month,
to sead to give most gratit~g results,
even in unusually stubborn cases.
The prescriptlon given above any
good druxggtst can oo o-d.


Veamounr ?ow4eir^ no adtI" -*ash hole
4* BN %
t Oa'ss Addition
Chas. Dingle..... ..... _otq *fe & W b 526 ft N t s
.I W rf' I .0 % of IN % of the
S aerp In N ot of4 acres con-
,vyed Mary Story In 8 of.. 32
Ellsa QMolas......... Coe 'At Sw or of McIntire lot,
run E 14 ft to poWt of bet; thence
N 310t, E 0 ft 8 48210 ft, W 60
ft to beginl"i................... ..
John .W. Duke....... Lot 24 In Flynn's aub-dltvion of E
% of B 5, BroWn's Addition Gaines-
Sville ....'.... ... .............. 5
A. It Bndel......... Lot McCarroll's plat, GainesvlUe.. 5
Goorge Elli.......... Lt 17, B 38 a lot 18, blk 21,
fuo0r WlHO........... Brush's A4ditio to GaInesville, as
Beton Bllis.......... per plst on record Book A, Page
Lewis Ellik...6...0....1 71 ............. ............. 5
Pauline Moflialne....I Lot 17, B 28 A Jot 18, B 321, Brush's
Magsio McCIUan..... Addition GainebviI& yoar 1905.... 5
Lot 17, B 18 & t 18, B 28,
S Brush's Addition Gainesville, year
1904 ........,. .... ....... .... 5
L IT7, B 28 f4 lot 18i s 21, Brush's
S.ddition OGalaes*rle, year 1903.. 5
Finle, Mrs Y...... Itn Nw B 6., R 5. 44 ft E
S&Wbyl 00 ftNk, Dg & Rob-
O.rt on' AddJiti to OGanesville... 4
Woles Floyd ........ .. Om, ft Bt {No ow of crossing
of N Y ,Str Wet Columbia
Snm t. fun 6o1 ft% N 0ft, W 50
Mt, 8 100 ft to be- so'B 8, Brown's
w GAddition to GaOlnwflle......... ..
W. H. G(ordon........., % lot 16, B R'1, Roper's Ad-
ditton to odlnoeVll ............. 4
Ada M. Grtin *........**,Co at Nw cor of lot 12 In 8 %
of ...................... .I........ 32
Run E o00 ft, 8 14 tt, W 400 ft.
aite City Coft Co...* omN at Nw cor lot 2, B 12, Miller's
survey of 8 a%.................. 32
Run B 600 ft, a 140 ft, W 600 ft,
N 140 t, to beg; bein partof lot
Ma.2 -l.. ,-B 12 of Said Miller Burvey.... 32
Mur'ah K. Hall....... Corn at aw cor of rowing of Ma-
sonic street and 9 Sth street, run
W 385' ft, 2277 ft, 885 ft, N 227 ft,
to beginning .......................
Marvin K. Hall....... Com a Sw dor of N % B 8, Brown's
Addition to Galnesvlle, run E 150
ft. J 1 225 ft. W 160 ft, 8 225 ft,
to beginning ......................
t. Kettlewell......... Lots 4, 5, 14, 36 Vitch's Addition to
Gainesville ...................... 9
F -. Morgan. ...... Lot 19 Hll & LAUMItw'sa Addition to
n u -, Gainesville ....... ,...,.......... 4
B. a. Marsh......... Lots 68 and 69, Flfield, Blliott &
S. L'Engle's Addition to Gainesville.. 33
W. Munro....... W Bk 8, I & lot 2 Blk 4, R
Hh P1,oint Gosit 's Addition to GOainesville. 9
High Point Furniture
Company **......*... a of E% lot 4, B 3 Brown's Ad-
Wade v U' ditiob to Gaiesville ............ 5
Wade Hward. .......** La 51, Blk 6, Brush's Addition to
Galnesville ....................... .. 5......
R. H.H W .. N % of W % B.7.in 8%........ 32
T. R.Jnt........... Lot 41.' HlHrs Addition to Gaines-
vile, in E % .of E % of Be %, less
araby Hawkins......lot of J. E. rds 80 ft by 125 ft 32
Faray h s...... Lot 3, 8 2, R 5, uoss's Addition to
Galn svllle .. ........................ 9
Florida McCray...... Lot 1, Blk B, Thomas subdivision
of W %. B 5, Brown's Addition to
Bam' Mclnald... Gainesville ......................... 5
Ban Dold........ o et w or....... 33
J. Ad ....... 150 ft, & 8by00 ftE&W .... 33
. A. MDonad....... Lots 1 to 98, inclusive, except lots
8 and 49. to Marsh, Eltlatt & L'En-
Richard Rou...,'...,, g's Addition to Galnwvlll......33
Richard oft. a.cre s in Me $................ 4
S Iow at 8e aco...#..................4
Run N S0 %t, W 420 ft. 8 630 ft.
Julius ROblh m ..*.... Con at 8* Cer of lot conveyed by
b and a Wynn to Ida Avera, run
N 80 ft, E 62 ft, 8 80 ft, W 62 ft
to beg ........ ................ 338
James Raney.......... ca at 8se qr of eretslg of N
Arredondo sand- Wet boudry
tree. run 104 ft, 6 % ft, N
106 ft, W ft to bea; in B24,
Bruah's Addon Oaesville..... 5
Same as above for year of 1905..
ruI -" Same as above of year Of 1904..
Prne ......... Block I and two ts ad-
jotning Aaas a l not num-
bered, Intra m's to Gaines-
Lou8tepbeas.......... Lot 60 t N & l 100ft B & W
Into Nwesotr otf B i, B ,
: ;,* 1, Ropers Addittia to OameviU'e 4
'.' 'Al Also 50 ft & W by 1W ft N S8.
60 ft from eor Bflik 4, R 1, Ro-
a Adtl ................********** 4
A.P.StamkeyTnitem.. at Nw of J... Malle's 40
lylta s t r 8. A. L. RR. sad W
of A. 3. L RR. the res N t4 de
reseW t ft,n 8 depeesE B240
d d eN Mde.e, 8 ft; theN N
C. D. f5Athar......... Let 10 of N % eof to T in 8%... 2
MtlerYs Tesisr....... 8 % B S. R Gee' Addition to
'OaaesvHle ...................... 0
J. A. WHias......... Lot 0 ft by I- ft in Nw car lot
S1, B 4, R 1, Rope's Addttiom to
Oalatelo ....*..............***. 4
W. B We .......... Fhom a nOft f0 2t a west ot
*or W* ........... ............ M
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y. and oUnti"" ,w -- 'ON
L State and eal, m- ad wilU b
poatage fret, to MY7riftt t* V bMI


ein fconrt.L y't M l
Addre-, TIM wi,

Sthe railroads are rea loo 4 l
y carrying passengers wiat4 lot
it they mus t make bhataig fgt.
ppose Thaw's tWIl Wwp agt
h," suggests a 90t5o8 PW *
tat case there nevMr woul* have
any "Thaw case."
now looks as tbolh tMlor
u of San Francilco Woild hAve
glad of the little distraction from
Affairs a war with Japa would
i produced.
Government is going to feed
s to some New Orleans negro
to test its purity. Might as
try to punish Sambo by giving
watermelon.
e are told that the temptation
wealth are greater than those of
y, and yet there are a few of
that will pray, Deliver us from all
temptations.
Hitchcock of the Poetofflce
ent found the 8So lthem p t
in good enoditlon and thb post-
unanimously In favor f the
went's politics.
Frank Adams, the. gentleman
Sthe Thirtieth, is enquestionabr
of the best parllamentarlans and
ptu speakers adorning a
it the Senate of 1907. Being
Steady to take an active part in
and all important measures which
believes beneficial to his ouatltu-
the voice of Florida's merchant
and politician is heard every
very hour the Senate is in
S It cau be truthfully asserted
o0 important bill becomes a law
Senator Adams is heard to de
its bad or praise its good fega

!rom he monster Brtigh
kip Dreadnaught, whlh, ha
completed a cruise to theWest
are by no means the most lav.
SThe) are of particular later.
li this country just now beefame
government is about embarkla
Perilou. task of duplt ag the
ib hting machine a nt ia
ber one better. The tpab
to lie chifly in the use at t
turbine as a marine It
this has been an tan
Samong engineers sad taet
a, goo, deal of celetMfe bM
tk government has bee s w
P the turbine idea it ar
sfttruuon. Many of th laty
I that we are slow aed S
tetij forolgn govT nmst
Otrurtion. But the eport.s
Etb ellrimeat, for It Is an
t n a big batteshtlp, v 0
rIn JJters from the rtt s
so th [Dreadntght Wi b

ty1 'a'teful of o1 e di
tq_.. at ih cannot U
i arl a racig AI ast
,^^ Is alepgm i,
i ,e ,k. .a tete r aln


t h apn, at
W ~fr~ anj~

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were thb guests of Representative
iran'k Clark and his estimable wife. and fuel do not cost so much. Cat-
The recollection of the generous hbos- tle live the yWir round outdoors and
vitality of these two families will rest keep fat. To sum It all .up, I would
upon us like a benediction all our call Florida 'tl poor man's para-
lives. dise.' Not that It is not a delightful
"Sibley has purchased large tracts habitat for the weIlodo and the rich.
tf land near St. Petersburg and is an They can take care of themselves
enthusiast as to Florida's future. He everywhere. Why any man will live
has orange and grape fruit groves, In city slums aud rear eholdmen there
some Just planted. He is establish- when he can flid a home with pleas-
fag a sort of agricultural experiment ant surroundings and healthful en*
station on his own hook to test the vironment in Florida at a price within
productiveness of the soil, especially the reach of every day laborer Is a
In forage plants. It Is his theory that surpassing mystery. I am no land
.eten those parts of Florida which are agent or land boomer; I own not one
called pine barrens can be made to cent's worth of property in Florida,
produce immense crops. He says that but I write these words in the hope
about St. Petersburg as much as a that folk tf small means in cities
thousand dollars per acre has. been and cold? climates, reading this,
realised on strawberries. may improve their condition by the
VAt Gainesvlile an Intellectual simple prokws of settling In Florida,
schoolmaam told me that on man where Nature ha been so lavish with
had made $10.500 net from three her gifts.
acres of lettuce and that It was ru. "Perhaps the most unlocked for
moted that another man had done bet.- thin I saw In Florida was one of the
ter even than that. finest stables of roadsters In America,
"It Is not generally known that Flor- owned by Rev. Dr. Strouse, the f
Ida is the largest State east of the mous evangelist. To we his satin
Misssippi, bqt so It Is. Of our oated horses and to ride behind his
everybody knows of her health-siv high steppers Is a delight to a man
ing climate, her phosphate beds and born and brd In Kentucky and lve g
her immense forests of pine and cy- in Miur Dr. 8troume i a pl dtl
press. Her orange groves and grape kIinf gentleman.
fruit groves and big hotels have bqen --
extensively exploited, but the fact that "I Irely meet an American gentle.
It Is the best poor man's country In man," mys Count Bon. He probably
America has not been exploited much, would never meet one, if the Amei.
and that is the most important feature caM 0ea8tle9 saw him coming.
of Florida. If the fact were general. -
ly known that a family of five or more Mr. W. T. Stead further complicate
persons can live comfortably on a the peace station by declaring that
twoacre truck patch and even lay American women have no style


by something for a rainy ay, Fli-
day's population would soon double.
Just now thousands of our people
flel the Northern and Central States
are movid to Manitoba to better
thr condition, but It costa only about
half s muh to live wel in Florida
a In Manitoba. Houses, clothes, food


CAPUDINE
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Rg'Ais or Onio. OWiror ToLuiDo, t.I
LocAs orr IMileANDWOWIL
Mtak L ~ meyaks oath that-0 ?W 96g1 ---.
he Is molt psibmal othe farm of ~~J
VP. $. cbmw & C4. dt"busines
I* o othe at To$@" .Cmnty No so" aur as.
stalol"- I wtdot amam pe
Pt ewANOst0.. HuD&WDollar 1T
that sm@Mbe we rdby CMhenof
sot ats 0.
be him J. adabeie
a my vmsmft do aw 41 1
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Richmnoid, VYa.

may 30th to June s3rd
Via


Atlantic Coast


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Tickets ou sale daily from May 86th to 30t1l
elusive. Rate for this occaionI $16.75 fvoxt
Jaksok ville for the round, trip, or virtually q
cent a mile for distance traveled, with orrespo d
ingly low rates from all points. Extension
limit to July 6th can be obtained by depodltlit
ticket with Special Agent and payment of ffty
cents at time of deposit.
For full information and Pullman reservat..
write or call on FRANK 0. BOYL8TON, Dikta
Passenger Agent, Atlantic Coast Line, Jaoao
v Iel. '


SEABOAR]

Air Line Railway

SAVANNAH, OOLUMI OAMDN,
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pawsur ..reprodue. s a olad T jS^m.. ;
ife and Acc"ide

Sak not ere in the ta o of heah

rea ed, aas evident.- foosubus as tara ossolble '
4.iteltt tnk, but broths, f.reek ik ad wat. ri o F-fl N O"
water. Tak LpListy of time to
alb *atlon and don't eS fter you bai t
ip the State. noulh,. Ovel f is does tste pod.
m 'pk of "Delhtfl our work i oURnlo tase a o
Clark, who is a Con. &Gte amount of ete~e each ta tI .i.-
open t. ". a o. a M.r ir.,
N.I iOfeoo, O rue, eth diest,, wller, re, t
Dfover, N. J.. to t Peter- nor exercise will eoae those al4etlos, '
t i ithernl Florida, I. a long I advise th pro veR tivs o ACINOWLEDtED.
For the b n of the esde s ofk' lbT
ditim Janp On la thlectur buil rtile who rNow aiS, wt .,. E A THI Be T
ess, but I mdid It lately and shall Rheumatismiiday, Bladder of MACRUIE ON TUB BABIR
never regret t-mnow. Ice and heavy airy trouble mdo desire to be uerMd
lIoerearwe r^ i11-no10W, GOP aKid hl0vy
overcoats 14 Dover; peah blossoms, oek I give belw omple
oeragets1 oe; m blossoms, 0 eshevery detail, the famous preporlphos I
,orne blossoms. roles, freb toee. which ham made me 'So@ *uoeeosetl 1
tables linen silt, straw hats nd fanr ths treatment of hos disea hal W Every Jtachina
ir Southern Florida. Florida ia not have ever used. It is pleseast t
a ne.it ik ,I o oeselias It san e
oly a land of flowers, but it is a y y i, and I believe I Lighte.iftI Running The
land of wonders and of a wonderful is the greatep.py.eription for Rhe. Champon Speed teO of the World
poLssiblties. Ponce de Leon never matism, Kidae yad Bladder Troo
realized bhi gorgeous and fascinating ever written. 'i also a walble Ues the Fay*-o More Fay.Bhole ina
dren of discovering the fabled foun. sprie a e, ad b l, arie 1e IaaneItw pIa say other machine.
tala of perpetual youth, but Americane your druatisesad have it filed. or et
a e flding there health, happiness, the Igredieotnd ani thbamat home
comfort and wealth. Florida now bhas luid Extra* Qaosara Armatlo, 8 by....
on.e; Cons.n, ted Berkols O6t..-l
population .o something over 700,. nd,: C oSne;s d Pxr Sriek.
s00 ouals. The great puzule to one d, A uh Bark-'g drachm; Aromati. P ra
who has aeen it and heard the un- Elizlr, 4onnea T. ,. -l
hIapebahble story of its marvelous Adult dome, o ake one te uponfl I
afterr meal, mnd at bedsi ms ahlldrow.
fertility is why it hasn't a population ooe-fonrth to ea .balf teapooaf uld e-
ot 7,000,000. r meals.
"When I lectured at St. Petersburg After yon ae eared follow the ad*
we were the guests of Hon. Joseph viso hard ivneaoo ndo a rd tdlet,
C. Sibley, ex-Congressman from Penn. noed the prie of a physio lelani derat
sylvania, and his most estimable wife, for these Milmes. .
and when I lectured at Gainesville we Other p))iper wre prit legbd tocopy.


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to the public.
'end epesive fSolder deg
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The~r Own.
A J ipt of reulau w asM aski
a 4 arcbh ieoes the rotti'
pn. o Montana u4ras 4*>
co wlPtf% It wE a hot, bsterg
day, s4 men, tlo"ngt for water
and et. r4* impetient to mach the
n it t 'A nT her4 rode pakt.-"Sy,
frMeo W"led out one of the mma ,
"bow Ir ts It t6 the next towd' "Ob,
a matter of two miles or so. I reckon."
aled back the rancher. Another leog
hour dragsed by. and another richer
was enmontered. "How far to the
Ouxt town' the wen asked him be.s
ly. "Oh. a ood tw mlles." A wo,
lf bour oiger otf marehin. ab then
i third raneber. .Hey, bow fats the
nOt owanr "Not far," was the en-
oeuratIn aauswe -~epr abot, two
milos.8 "Well,' slgbhd as o InI
serpant. "we're bodlat' our own any-
how."
W.,.- *o, .. .,
brgp-Tbe tdea f ot letti
"our wtfeo wound ayibg he Ma at'
mwan of you Ton don't her m NW*We
WaWIn thaL Bri p-No., but I bW
hr tollting my wto that she d4 I W

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DNOTIBE.
ON"I W aIn Mile awEchange.

Ta inqtt icthAT 1 LuAWl~y
the An piroiag boRd o t g~t o
1orldZmat TaflahaiSsee, Pmer.a. o
orl tt teg 11th bday of ma)i0.,
"wad n edatfth 11 en falrt o bute



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PSend bd
a bet swbus ye ask. 2149

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Clvdo St. Tobus mver Mae
Betw..n 3B.&MkLt*WdSNIPORn)
01*04 a V4 4 A tor ),and Intermediate Lwndii
Steme "ITY, OF JACKO NVILLE"
Is appointed too sa4lO-s flowe: Jfteave 3Aekeeve, Bond aye, Taesdav I
Thursday, INE p." a. RAtumIm leave Sauford, Mondays,
_______Widmesotays and If ye, ":3O a. tn.


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PABSSIENOG&NI AN M 0! T US r U W. DAY ST., JACKSONVILLE


P. M. .IaoumoaI, J, A. G. P. A., JaeksoDnille, Fl..
Jo33 PmIamuBml. P. A., AI he. IA rT G. E. P. A.,
Jaeksonvile, Fla. Pier 81 N. R., New York.
O. H. TATzrs, I. T. M., 0. . BRowx, G. P. A.,
2SO0 Broadway, Now York.
L, D. Jonas, T. F. A., L. S. 8cboLa 0. A.,
Jacksonville, Fla. Leeboar, Fla.
W. 0. Codp m, Ja., F. A., Cftsv Munm, G. F. A.,
Jaoksq0lile, FIa. Pier 86 N. R., New York
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or, IdahO
ef ter s edet
,lcity is the of
o, on Dec mb ^i;
Governor Fra g
Vo Is the .
hree arles It"
efo the fedea

Orchard. Tha '
$I to be the lUO!
Sfor the state
Moyer ad PettbWlU a
to have made a eodtl
been te task of.
0 endeavor to 40
jAio1 wherever pose -
ne fact :hat Haywood' esw. ttIe
called for the trial '* d1
Indicating that the PrOU
eys believe their
is against the secrett I ofof.
lion.
The outcome of .i, hisa '*
Bne the' action to be
prd to Moyer as ,; W
Iuld there b* a coanyi t. 1N*.
Moyer and PettI "6O .'*
Sfor trial in the ordle0
the other band, ae8 0 l t5 .
Wvod undoubted4y wO4O!i t .
dwent of the eae a let *
r scused offlcer of so W
tion. OrohVrd will *ek*tvsd
all of the other iCase i,-
Sof.
UR GRANDMOTHER US ,6 IiT.
I
She Never Had Sulphur I In Uh
Convenient Form as Tthis
Tour grandmother used t Ilphar A
favorite household r1'aep $4ad
did her grandmother. SWlphW has
Wm curing skin and blood disasds
r a bundred years.
IBt in the old days they hd to take
ordered sulphur. Now HANCOOK'S
QUID SULPHUR gives It to you in
* best possible form and you get
I full benefit.
HANCOCK3S LIQUID SULPHUR
4 OINTMENT, quickly cure Bo
mI, Tetter, Salt Rheum and all
h Diseases. It cured an ugly ulcer
r Mrs. Ann W. Willett, of Washing-
n, D. C., in three days. ,
Taken internally, it purlfles the
od and clears the complexion.
Wr drusgist sells It.
hiphur Booklet free, it you write
LYCOCK LIQUID SULPHUR COM-.
NT, Baltimore.


Boy Mangled In Saw Mill.
Tiftn, C;a.. May 10.--.B4rney Ly-.
mtn., azd 8 years, the son of
I. Willian livingston, of Fender,
hil playing with another little boy
It & aw n nll of Mr. P. D. Phil-
)at t 'at place Tuesday, moringl,
Sca*ht by the whirling shaft.
H b.-fo)e the machinery could be
)ppd flt'l Igs and his riuht arm
5 )rokei. he latter In two p aMe.
miica: ass %tance was prOaptly glV-
b. t it!e il io fellow waa so bd.


'Jurt'd tt,t he Aled
haf:er being hurt.


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bThe FaIdneys Ars
Weakened by. Oey-eqiL
heaiby Kline% j 4,ake InmpueBed

tt-"Vd to the kid!n s,
)),!t now OFdft
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T'he kidneys Sifte
mupurify theblooi..
-i~tis thcir work.
i nr kidzeysare wom
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kidneyy remedy,.VD.
bemause as so=i
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Sto, health. Ma il
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XMaret 15. l savls a short
.*Ott t O afterward Postma
""Itan, lad absaconded, It
withl about $4,000 of gove
Ragan, whv it lais
-tthe, disguise of a woman,
W beoWed heard of aince.
eU as written home to re
ts several times, first from F1
i.a,; then Philadelphia and recent
imn BSalt Lake City.

low Mill Men Meet.
Itnton, Ga., May 10.-The M
mLnt e the Georgia-Florida .8
il uaoelatlUo, which la also the a
U meeting of this body, was h
Tuesday, President H. H. T
IA the chair. A number of matr
irn taup for discussion, among th
'tie 5-cent rate case, argument
+lAeh was had before the Unlt
tathe oourt, April 22 and 38, and
klaot pending.


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that
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The n Pull" and the Jeb.
DatUMee men are constantly being
pWtereM by young men who aeek poel.
tlona through letters of recommend.
t, often In the form of personal re-
qtetas from fellow business men. One
may well question whether these let-
ters have apy great "pulling" power
after all. The Saturday Evening Post
tells of such an'instance. After being
very politely dismissed by several
aiatgeres with the stereotyped expres-
dlon that there was not a vacancy at
present, the young man tore up the let-
tare and went back to the place last
viilted.
"What can I do for you now?" the
manager a&ed In an annoyed tone.
"Pardon me," said the young man,
"but I've Just torn up those letters.
Could you give me a job on my own
hookr
The manager looked amused and
said: "We need a young fellow to chip
castings in the machine shop at $4 a
week. If you like, you can have that
until something better turns up."
"Yes, sir." replied the job hunter.
"I'm ready now."


Queen Sophia and Biemarek.
Queen Sophia of the Netherlands, the
first wife of King William III. of Hol.
land, was too great a friend of Sm.
peror Napoleon III.. the Empress u-.
genie and of France generally to take
kindly to 31smarck. Before the big
war of 1870 and probably some time
after the Luxembourg squabble there
wras an international exhiblti aIn Am-,
sterdam, which the queen visited. She
was conducted over the whole place by
he committee, and as they came to a
certain section one of the Mabers,
0dd, "Now your majesty will seU the
greatest enemy of Germany." "Ah,
Mamarek!" she criod, with epme glee.
fbe members stood aghast and never
created this rash exclamation. The
greatest enemy" he had to exhibit
was not, of course, Bismarek at all.
et only a very much enlarged repro-
lctlbn of either the phylloxera or the
Dolorado beetle, which at that time did
t great deal of harm to German agrlP
mlture.--Westmilnter Gazette.
Two of a Kind.
A revival meeting was in progress,
and Sister Jones was called upon for
emt4mony. Being meek and bumble,
he said: "I do not feel as though I
ibodlt stand here and .give testimony.
[ have been a transgressor for a good
MIay years and have only recently,
me the light. I believe that my place
I it a dark corner, behind the door."
Father Smith was next called upon
W hi tesltmony and, following the
amwne sat by Sister Jones, mid: "I,
have been a sinner for more than
oWt years and I do not think It would
* Aftitag for an to staad before tbis
aemnbly as a model. I think my place
I behind the door. in a dark corner.
4th SIter Joes.." And be wondned
rby the meeting was eoqvnlaed with
te laughter of those wl ease to
ray.


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somh uase. Tb- eret is or
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baee asd abiung A Ag ha bruah.
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County Treasur'e Report for the OCAR X. SANDERZ PERRY M. COL
Month ef April, 1t07.

~Ap'rIs-oT '" "0. N. Sanders & Compani
sianere' rebate froms11 6a DEALERS IN-
Fair ...................... t- B0 ---25,8 0--- r
April8B-A.O.0vmm, O0mpt
sax eertifleoa for mopth Gerchdi
of July and Asioes, 160.. $88 .
Aprd 4-E. T. H*ndersoo, J. HARDWARE, STOVES, FARMERS' IMPLEMENTS, FURNI URB& E
P em 8r sa *. al2....... 1200 '
eaore,. ,100 o o N C-6. Compltine Ilof Ladled pring Dees Gooda
. L. Kelleyi............. 1 00 lMe Oeees. Carload of F oorlre oatis beingR o pnd-mal ati o LA
April -thdt, Stte ,.e odbl Pries. Larest ta of Good .n Ever arlrimo i
AMapy W6ilh 8s, b .reen 10 00 es. Posslble PrIvi L *Lar s iood Sin eearried an
Mary Wiltltme, larceny,. 10 00 Western Alsehiaa.
April 8-OomptroUer, .hire of Col f slelok . Trenton, Alachua Count.i
sate o Olee ............. 1,8 000
April -W.J. Diekinason, for
March eHeets' ......... 6,461 71
April 11-W. Kelley, to be
credited lst .44........... 10 00
April ,rro-4 l, 8afte'. & .
8er7 T0un0, eoneealed Sohedle IffeMtve April 10, 100.
weapon .. .. .. . . .
Apr l 0S-A. D. Obamblil, J. o., NO. e.r o. SNo
., S i.Irvin Day and nM1 1eio, DIly, STATIONS as;sunOnly s64
Vislla W 11116 ............... 10 00 j/sun


Total receiptn ......... ..... 1,01 M u A
Ibrm ementi........... j.8 L a e L d .......... OSAVA0arive... i
I ir At.8 09 14 0 L90 ito
-t LV S =2 t L I ..... -D. 1 '..V.. .1 - -1j T I 0
.,a . ......... ........ o , ,, o.......
ol: ILv4 E1 6 0 1.0 AtS At o r9
Bala e ..... .... 48,71 ....

Ge a d... ............ 8 A.tL "Oak msddPmr1;
Fleoe and ,Forfeiure Found 9. .i873i l ovr 0011 G"i"eti "i
8ehool TOMd .. .............A 1 0 Oe
.e. ..1 .u... 07710. uIfl C.RI. OeaerWi heasger Ar 4
Game Wards ....... ..
Total tu .. . ..$48,71 .
R. B. PELina, Co. Tres. I u
S Tax Notice. oTheIWLJamestownE Ex sitio
In pursuace of Chapter No. 4115 ,


Section 6, Laws of Florida, I give be-
low a statement showing the amount
of taxee dlloted by W. D. Dlsknioa,
tax eolletor of Alaehua county, ore
Ida, for 0t4 period ending April 80,
107,asboea by county treasurer's re-
seipt oe file inmy osle, towit
PAX ROLL 180


Roead od,4e IIs...... . $5
Road Ynsd, 1Special Distrito 46
Baboul fus4v 7 ml It ..." 0- u
Sebael Food 1preial DMOWle.. JIM
School Pols,19%. too
de~hooi Polls, 1.4......
Towe..........$1317is
0. H. Wmmam
Clerk ClyeadS COvrs.


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"Purple Folder" for sohedules to the J o s
sitlon Two 4aily trails each way with gh H
man Buffet 81e0p< Oars. v JA
Season sxty days and fifteen d ay t exo
tickets oh Male4ily from April 19th $dmbe.
at low rate.
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Applyi mAMe of sunday school chil-
q'pd l. le e bar.t ere and h Others Went.
S. .hou.r -, N. o. ard Onar t and most success.
S . .' dress F. ll, Otty. l phiy xcursaons ever given in
T.: J:. Swe i thf aval T .IgV the union Sunday school
oerator of Wapapaha. w__ orl eo b was participated in by
ig business a this t yesterday. l t. al, Presbyter.
A delicate lgeo axttrat that r 4 .Bptist churches of the city
freshingly direat from ordinary. t o o
manufactured'. lmao extracts, .ach tIo I traln lodtd, of ten
P ,W-:i 1|Ni^ V Blide Ribboi : O NM a 1o heavily loaded, left the
Be Ribbo lock orWorthingto
Dr. Ii. L. I~oatomry,. Col 3. arta at dest atlon in
Barr and Ca$'on . W. Carter formed 40 % M wisto maisap.I
a jolly trio of m mlopy peoplewho i %- iioif pinic gr.ounmsat.
Spent yesterd In the county oinp q with the massive
S^o s and the cool. Inviting
J. E. Martiof Hawthorn was truaai s _1s~, roved a most debarable re.
",t-. "," acting bustness in this city yesterWay. sr, i the wo attended esjoye4
He called at The 8Sn office and a m the odiifaa 4bry Much. The inner
.AbSO :, I MLA L '4 need the subqeription of D. wM. e appointed hour and
Bryan. a bettA pli dinner was 've seen
I Surveyor W. Patton has returned la il olda.
f rom Campv~lll, in the vicinity ot The plonickers returned home In the
S,' whichh place' has been engaged in lv-iu a tired but happy lot, d'
Surveying ( th e past few days,. Othn t to be one of the mo
i ,C ol. Patton tr uthe people of that ittea@estl affairs of the kind ever.
S, w., ,SS section in a vipers -condition, beld in the State.
S4 Mr. and H. 0. Remert o Tck et Aent Goodwin sold
highland hAl M:beeo the uests of tickets for this occasion.
the latter's,*~pthe, Mrs. W. P.
at hrolesl typwriter for ,ale Ap OGarrett, We O lt street, for the MR4. NSWCOMBE'8 TROUSL,
S OF C frU pl0 4Bu oC pas t few da l itlds of Mrs. Rem- --
m""-A _A few newspaper Alens tfoL sal. Ap bert will ret to leas that shd is Hu-lan of Former Galnesville GIr I
ply at Sun off ie. Indisposed. 15a at West Palm Beaoh.
S' 'X. New stock of buytles and wagons. Lieutenant i..' commandant of Tee hle information in The
i -u ate & dwards. the Unlversf'i4 lo da has return. TIMsTlm l of the 9th Inst contains
tnBiank leases for sale at this oRtee. ed from Ar"aai where he was Infbrinaton Of the murder of aeoge
red by Our B tce Z per ndrd. called a ifew ( on account of Neomb. prominent and univeral.
-- Only purest lnredients ueed in oar'e Illness ofb1-Wa Priends will bi OMtPIr ytg man, who wag she
IONAL AND IS llb ng. Keystone Be be glad to it he left the pa. tal Pm 4 ech by Thomas W. Troy.I
.SONAL AND 801. I 011b ---eysto tient much inc ~7igse. a futh AWtan lumber broker, o t
,-- Wanted-Room to store furniture andL1 wh Wed a e'iWnoon. .
SHas pp dad a "14 1 in. Address Room, this office Mr and M i .lt, wo w e w thehusbandof
married In IrIN s0 a few 4 Mr t u o
,appen Told in SheortI J. C, OGantham of Central was trans- ago and speo aghtthis ty. Mi, s .auglter of Mrs.
a That t"He Who Rnn a a gong business in this city Thunsday. lag to Jack the following mara LWI* alih.id here for sev
Rinb Te Su. Mrs. John Dekle of Lake lBtler ing, wvere hsi T 'ftu'day. Mr. Hirt af ears, ian very popular.
4 papers fLor sale at ith ,an the city, a guest of Mrs. W. W. returned to jeille In th afte. Thy wre less than a ye
o no,' while :-tlf .sprocepded to a. .an *ture of the ltao*
Imor.s clipped at ate A 4d WM. Wheeler bas returned from a RiSh Spring vlt to triens. dent Is Stt the victtn leaves
liu, ca l ing C' but pleasant visit to Ocala Aong mn a- the thti yo$i t!ad1 a baby about two
Itoen' calling cards in latmt *tyle 4a4. Among n a C monthi t.A
Brown Ho Clark of Chl.
un office.. 1. ale-Two Clyde Line tickets. cago, who h al position states that Mrs.
we sell typewriter ribbons at tis Jacbonville to New York and return with the M. om any. W *t .NAbrams, formerly
he for 75 ceta. Apply at this oices Tom is. well'Ui Mas he at. M o De l!400 has gone to Miami
. A. Beach of Tyler was trUas.tt R. RTRner, the clever agent of tended the t -torda Senl ti ach as possible the
Business in this eity Thurda4y. the Atlantic Coast Line at Rochelle, nary for thrIrals. R -a(ot, are d st'w. w ho to almost
tor the best printed statigoery at was a visitor to this city yesterday. glad to wel~ i i a and also i
bst prices call at The Ote Among Micanopy folks who *pent delighted to'u that :he is imakilDd n 4 .. OfMra K. Nw the in this
A nice five-room house for rftt Thursday In this city were S. 0. a most succ0. thiMsn. sew 4 hour sy b1 awith gref.
sp. Apply to W. H. Vaaettag, Gay, J. A. Jd es and C. W. Slaughter. l l .' .
th Gainesville. J. E. Malphurs, a pro ,1ising young URTON, TO MOVL
. C. Rollins of Newberry,. well. man of Campvlfle, was visiting ftfriends *
wan phosphate man, was In the and transacting business In this city Will Go to Wayeres a., Where Mr.
business yesterday. yesterday. Surton Will Pelew hi Trad e.
Tomatoes. strawberries, 1bagish Mrs. L. Dyal and children of Per- After a resdene of many years in
as. new Irish potatoeqad squash Iandina have arrived in the city, and this city, J. J. Burton and family ex*
r today s trade. A. B. Oliver. will be the guests for the next fewt to make ir departure a
Mises Myrtle and Mary Allen, two days of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Holstein, few days for Wayeros Ga., where o.
krming young ladies of McIntosh, relatives. A L I y will in future reside.
* in the city on a visit to trieeds. J. M. Everett and daughter, Miss Mr. Burton Is a carpenter and og..
TO Rent-Three desirable room s Nora, and Miss Lizzle Collins, have tractor, and a man whom It is said '
r light housekeeping, one blk from returned to their home at DoTnle,,af-* knows his business. He has reelde
pre. Apply 109 N. University t. ter two or three days spent pleasant. with his family here tor a long #se,
Waterman Johnson, a well-knwn ly in this city. Ma md many friends, and the do.
4 popular citizen of Micanopy, wal W. A. Collins, local manager for parture of the Burtons will aus re *
)uines. visitor to this city Thurl e W. Gordon Co., cotton factors, ga- Oar long delayed bank a. .
v annah, Ga., left yesterday for SaMan- te hae at last arrived and Mr. Burton has not decide posItive.
Eire your stationery printed atI Te nah on business. He expects to be y- whether! or not he Will locate'l '
office First-class work pro-pty absent three or four days. W are ow open or busne Waycross,. but that i. v er rbae
Avterd at reasonable prices is our J,. E. and H. C. Clemmons and Geo. WA Want YOU-Not some. Ho ha. vitoted the GOrgia tt. s
S W. Hasen, all of Brooker. were In the boy ee, but YOU-to wtart ell pleased, aId If co du i .s
skn J. Robiuson of Mallory, Jaiy, city Thursday. The former showed igh' t will make his future bi t Mers.,
t county. i, in the city. He came hbl appreciation of. a good thinle by an cont in our Savings De
, ,inr., connected with the United leaving his name with The Bun as a partsmt. W, M. Mott lef hele f, Ow.. ,
Ms land office. subscriber. Whlo he will akes, -ef 'lt ...
"f lY1aiam has returned from Do not forget the date of Dr. Ar'- Coalmence now- I t hI st. Ib elll ..
hta wh. r. he has be att stltrong's. regular professional visit to habit Of ving a part of y wTlir d ton ls_ tha he NiS e
OUth.+ri I)etal College. riend our cy. Those sufferin with any I -... .. ,---, S,, .l w
.I to e, him. eye troubles should see the Do wtore l or monthy eanng "f -
. o the court o n. .m- wh.I. e at the Brpwn House on May 1 a1 d put t our tSa.ing DI" Captain B. W. -ti*r.,who Is
l tiass ,, u,,b..-' -that day' only, pItaet where It Will earn Isagd In phosphate oi~ the


ft" sam. can get them atS'att e. 0. B. Dyke, the clever and efficient fatet while you sleep. West End but who resils' M*.
I Tiring and Plumbing Co. operator in the train dispatcher's doe Nothig will make you feel so inow, whr eb oO"M btfulm
O l '. Sanches ha. partm"et of the AtlantUc Cost lAne Indepedent as a ak har, Was a tshe ityagejsy.
IN et Auusthne where he has left yesterday for Jackuwnvlle on a at- Managew N. A. t prtag
Sfotr th ast few days n a brief pleasure trip. He expects to ro- l, prk nr wag tfa U ,y.
bui.e s and pleatep. tarn home tonight or tomorrow. I i Mat o
-- M San is under obligations to W want one thousand d. ret to learn tat 1 a.
Late Howell and DrTbomas MeLeod. po otoer within the net sixty poeed with feVW r the #t 4
Soboth of Newberry, for part irs re dayas.
0ood to Ea t ms Me d.,sasous Are whh oc. A*m 'e U' f *i h
t e erred to their town on Thrlay We elcit the sconsTth of visited this ty y w, k 0.
8 e ..t. sof which m Aoo s&te t.made els rpor cum, C ,, J. N.rt Merry, Juq.
fl where in th paper. oa. mo and ladividu s sub m s h- .u .
SRev. Tho. P. HaY, pator of the d -of- wha-y-we u heading the se*e
DAWNDIt Pirst Presbyterian church. retaed e) dotIbeck. No atsWeet oot of wdoOWL
Ih y .pt yesterday from cisumbia, C.. lw oB deposits subje to LA168fof ry was in t-
al wir he be has b in att Indsace at heb sty yetrdy. Ne. Kowell brought
a'a. aeaanSaletln of the board tthe 6 fermAus l the sioms are
on nreoteOfs thee T*w b Sn SW !roy, We 0 1be pleMsed t be ta his ttw ThgasI lmght, and
per tof whi he I@ a amber. ye asne one Se OW es whsh he was a $ beew l ow,*Wanf
m arsona** -Wasted-*ea to learn barber tradeU s W tab hn .
Woed-i Weuitrfl Gemano harbat Seow T. 5. L s0 m er ay y ea
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