Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 12, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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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: VID01111
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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-nThe 01*at ft estrikers bas been
~4NtS~1 7# atwigsoeth
lbo *44 '00W tri V"to $so I
shk by *0 '.-O~g verdo*e, wA' we
thik th) vrabeiftgeull Paid $or
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~ is t~Ilf Pt~ik Connort* tthe
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ebVAI. "if 14 obt true that we struck with-
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#0at ad we iN ak boom*ethe iS-
*68168m were V0u"d. At the wage
vo p were OsveeIusnthe eghsmat
wbviftbay* Odaestoo W*arn d ysforwork,

Week,"
7U ee ooue *9 b frgbt is boom-
: ?ela. wro'movansd the eammerce of
tb.port of New York to being snsWL-


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Ity of the Aattsutas
Sthe moutat4a refuse of
oal Inabasitant ot Sp ain
*ed ..we unacaSuered
alan and Moor. in many
te, Asturisa ls regarded as
e of the s0alsh monarchy,
the pree take tIn the title of
ofhe Aatlauts.
SVitri6a, the mother of the
,'wad married to Kina Al-
Madrdoe Ma ay8, 1500,
ofthe '0M. wieoftr

W" killed Nowe of peop"
wl to tohe to eath
t M ajoeUe were turn.
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b lfaette a ad publehty
ie irt 4 a inyal ehild at
tid. Kiag Altoh., Ap l 3. etla-
hk Mree uiftug the aseemary
state for th poreseatatu l of
*U to te thgh elate of patt e
$ lp dplomatle Mpaprntittlves as-
ted at Madg*4 e lBatl *
Y birth,

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CROP CONDITIONS.

90lletin lesued By the Department of
AgpeateMwre.
Weahgton, M*ay 11.--4 e osfcial
report laned PrIday at 1:310 p. m.
by the department of griculture ce.-
ertag the ported up to May 1, 1907.
wa as follow:
Winter wheat emndtloe, 8. 9; area
remalnIng under cultlatihe, 38,13l,-
000. Winter rye, condition 88; the
meadow mowing lande, 88. pring
pasture., condition 79.6. ipr'a plow-
nla coatemphted, 71.5. SprIg pleat-
lag. 41 par eat actually dote ep to
May 1,1907.
The area of winter wheat MOMuatag
In cultivation May 41 il11. per cent,
or about 1.588,000 rm less thea the
area reported a ew last t.

Landlerds to Rlaoee.Reta.
all River. M .1s. May 11.-With
the recent a tance In wage to il
eperatlwves Ia thts cy, sammeual
praetIlesily 10 per eeat 4s the prLt
eate of the market for sette Wed&.
the landlords have arted a move-
at to iserease rets. 1W eoveol
imoatsthihe populated e the Gty hwe
tacreled eteadlly with the maUl eOl.
tag lor wore operatives to emp pim
wfth their, budam Md asa tAlt
e0 i .wmd for teoat to t aW beee
>rr froat. Masy of the e 4slmTee
sae 1e6o "mee hba te be te is
-* Sesir, go e W S asi&ad
ug the eleetateass.



battle *a& whUie he was IedIag -a at*
takW h a tUaMa reamt, the a M
of bfet y ThrWeday saruewly s"01G0
eai tMaryI He was threw bes
h-s M bt wtes Mh i atb & asMts
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Meb AlI0n *4 ea Howver, booted
and Jere4 he Momen, but the
Poll**e Asy Atoempt to
lesk. the .o ..
WA Pt f m AMay 1.-p',
the d hts .Of the aClu ns'
tbist ts ofat the street
ike -*ot' #War b off as e
The tpd Rsilroada' oW0iUw 4
elip ^ lly to rWoga & T-
t's --eb a tdhe osad tth9
er ot. p|ta0ce when thbe
disJcaret its employees for=1iYT.
lta thei'order to appear for wvok I
thb oa, bans on Tuesolay 1pOtaih
last. Thia 'position taken ty the
company acts as a handicap na gay
effot to 'bring about a set dzent,
the only answer received- froai the
oecials ben|g that they have nothing
to arbitrate a&t that they prpoe to
tun their cart.
Two cars were run Thursday with
more succeps under protectlia of the
poliee. The rob was In evidence all
alamg t9e route taken by the ca's..
bi outade of howls and Jee there
was no disorder and any at pt to
brck the roM d were promptly stop-
ped by the polIce soort.
The appearance of the cal were
greeted 4wtth manifentattonv of ap,
proval by the better element elipug
routs take, sat &We motorm*e, ou -
oea we sheopere wfth 6were h
heartily cheered as they pseed.

RATNIER TRAN5I "As..

Ohreue Rider Whie *Mng An "MM.
, tie Pale frlem Heree Deed,
New York, May 11.-Aa old ma
giving the name of John Morrisl y,
ant who sald he was a former et ou
order, died wuddsaly while giving an
zhibltio In a a ireas In this city *n
Thursday. The ass had applied to
the proprietor for aid,"isatg:.
"Let te work to ear it. I can
.rMe for you, if you will let me. It's
been my trade. My a&amte i John
Morrissey."
He was sent to the oeok teat and
later was give, a pOy ead told to
show what he oould do. To the ear-
prime of the ierformei, Morrissey
went through feat after tat. The
shabby old ama looked transsixed on
the old horse. At tise be laughed
aloud as the other performers ap-
plauded hsla ridag.
Suddenly the a fthag a hand Into
the air. struggled ea laetant as If to
retain his balaee, sad thea pitched
headloaollto the rtnf. A phyietta,
who was wumnou d, ni d the as
died almost Instantly. .
Nothntag t known about the old ass
and his body was earied to the
morgue.
Depe ittene by Irntgee.
Havana. May 11I. -Aro bandsare
reported to be enemI"g epreds-
o t l the Ocage dsttGM at aati-
*0ad In the vtetMe p 01 Maneas.
Santa Cla-. The -t- ae e ex-
acUsg mosey frem 9uamf aad an
otealin heroes. The an ers eo
the bands. It beelI e re aegrees
who have been thI esat werk by
the ee dl of the emp memos.

heieved To Se biaXt Rebteed.
D vmr. Cole., M t U.-A ma
bHeieved e be Wat r im e. seat*.,
ed lI Obahoem a e o 1 hrge of hav.
tes beea tmpUemted .h a bank rob.
her at Tiemeebt, OtS.. ws r-.

dea seets o w jl at M peh whoa
an aptred at the en the -s*
mery Iaa Gght WtR ewam.


s we la ft t n th rtw as a w
vmvS ome~4 by -00 doteslesu
at "e esem. Mler omef
"""No bo
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*RO hos w-
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so"el v ts tire tif4 ,*J%
att6 spoiar, tall tf atoatrial aRder-
Ut-is s tha state typleN ot .-
Miyte x the ath sqwewalr .
% n to opeMm p moe lly the
fte Oreek Irn ed4' In Aieheny
county, Vt., 1s" 01 9w county,
Vit Idb&a. a i' .etito at of Big
,tpo railroad," the count for s wbhl
baa been let pr6vl-P n for the 7W
pletlon of a Ia e t10"o* withiUa
six mouthtS. This aston of bhe
oaed which leItes h Nrtolk t
Western ratwyll i t" oilt of Big,
Mto'Y CMM i1 cry it Sto
ear of te big ld of uan aig ate .
whieth, it is timatod, wit e th |
41W,00,e000 iM of orq. n
Tuh plhclB4 of an order tor 1,000r
Wt3 of steel rail by 4 SaVantiA,
Arp "ta pnd Northera Ratlway com-
t .Obirtd to bul a Inae from
WifOt/ ., to Chatftnost,
Tes., with a binch to Augusta.
Ga.,, and probably another branch
Into Atlanta, has revived the ooaneA-
tures as to whether the backed of
the company is l bttrested in pro04-
la' a road fi'4 a-conpectln link in
oce of the great systems In the South,
perhaps the Atlantice oast Line, or
maybe an extenlao for the Seaboard
Air jJne.
it has been reported, that grading
codtractk are already let for the new
line, work to begin at Statesboro,
Ga., and to beapWshed in both direc-
ticns toward Savannah aa Catta-
nooga. .__
CAUSED LO. OP "a50,000.

Of This AgeouMt 841 Ineurane Gem.
opllea Leat $17t, ,08,U .
*ew Tork, My nt.--e an rfa.
eio6 montaTgatona of" April, 1"0*.
Rwept away not only eoery dollAr of
profit previously ipad by the itnur-
ance compi;aes, but the underwritiUn
place 1800, but cost thdn $79,706,-
174 beidee.

AecordMng to a statement made by-
PreMldeat 0. W. Bur6bell, of the
national board of underwriters, in
the an ual meeting of t oraant"
ties here Iriday. o
President Burohell said careotuly
empiled foures showed the total
property los by the catastrophe to
bare been 1- round numbers, $30,-
000,000. The loss to 343 lasurance
companies was $1751.506,80. -Only
twenty eanmpaaes sad a number of
tbhem aftwsrd rasue, are repotted
to hti e pleaded after the FTrter
Ste..
Presldeat Burbhel aild the year
116M was the most d seatrooe i the
history of Snie laurane. The ar-
derwrttUna balasee sheet for the year,
marine and fre braneues, together,
showed a loees ov oer 114.000,000.
All- the o o ers of the board
were reflected.

Omllar to DOryfu Cae,.
Loadcn. May 11.-Aaceseemeal is
made that a fi*, eatou he. beae
granted to George aWadj, the p tos
Irmieaem l to r who wae nvieto
bar years age ot mstllatUla neif-
bors' bhemes saa cattle sad eatmeed
to eMea years pena awruitaae. Ia.
veelgptles td by Nsmry Lao.-
ebere -h0 S- Arthur Om DOeyle.
e tiemease ateeted m thm e thate

t. potle bltadered. e Umly Er
Csuas Doyle altar a perasal lavee-
tidUess prooemeed the eae asmilar
to -my recs to that eof Capteata

het W wife: Then KllKe elo.
t. LIas. May U.-.4e wt~ag a
emarrel Ia their b :T n Friday thrte*
taa-MUine r !.. r. Meet.d le


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oboli and Etna In State of
Violent Eruption.

PSOPLI ARE SEEKING SAPETy

Pears Entertained that the Entire Is.
land of Stromboll May Be Shatterd
and Engulfed-Worat Eruptions In
Years.
Meesa, 81cily, May ii.-T..
rM.ptio, of Mount 8tromool wu
*wpe Wiesut Thursday and the appre.
bobsle 18 growing.
ihe violence of the present ditqur.
b11ee Is declared to be without prec.
edit, o 4pn the oldest inhabitants of
the Uprt, islands not rendering
saicb a threatenlni condition. Al-
*a~t all the people of Stromboi it :
have made their escape.
Ashea.trom the volcano have de.
stroyed everything on the island. The
detonatloos are heard on all the other
Islan'de of the group with remarkable
dstitntnese, and produce an effect of
a t91- ie roaring. Fears are held
that the entire Island of Stromboll
may be shattered and engulfed.
At the same time the activity of Mit.
VaS, oa the eastern coast of Sicily,
bas iaoreaed. The column of smoke
rolitag out of the crater serves to re-
fleot the flre within, and the illum-
Iasted *moke clouds can be soen from
CaWsla. Tqormina and even from
t"e etrats of Messina.

STRANGE INFATUATION.
/
Queer Sery In Connection with Re.
'ent SBemb Explosion.
Atlanta,, May 11.-Folloing the
arrest of 'red Bush and Charlie Doo-
little, bllalets partners, on the
charge of being Implicated in the at-
tempt to wreak the toome and murder
the family of Mrs. Julia McCarthy
at 447 I Bt-GeorgIa Avenue Wedne-
day night, by sending a bomb to M"us
Moanthy, there haW come to light a
story of why 7a1d Bush should bave
wished to kill Miss Katherys MoCar-
thy and which gives a motive that
adds a most strange and remarkable
chapter to one of the most tensation-
al ffalrs that'ever occurred in the city
of Atlanta.
It Is a story of jealousy, but not of
a maa's jealouy for a woman. If
the theory is true and Fred Bushb Is
the gullty man. he wanted to kill
MNrtby, not because be wu
j of her but because he *M
jBaltt of haObrlie Doolittle.
Pred IBuh did mo want Miss Me-
Carthy to go with Doolittle, It is a-
leged 14 tla remarkable story., ).
cause a wlahed to keep Doolitle
away fro& her. He d16 no tore or
dalike Miss MeCarthy. Hit feIpt
toward her were that of an lDeer-
eat sae atnaee. 'iMe was t ilsk
that made th e hanl of asupilei
Wbick peIdted A Bsb being the send
or of 11 eaI t tato the MoC(th7

T O' Medel Farms.
el ati uctaed to Atlasta rror *
hip New Tark ead Wasb5' ,
D. 0.. w he we st partleautarb
the poemeof elUs es be Vth e
Skes MMtlel-r Of agrl-11
with a vfew ho eSstla the e*tabl"
mewth the amidr ltSral rt eo t
o the eaglegltesa distatir' Is
etate. The pvemor ha, aaasoai
thamt He dsrt r at Weshs'i?
and agrI to o amdi a @d*I
gS .Im oas etlaw each *r th s
turtle e5 es -a to pay all weQ
t..dn wit game from oa

hrpg tptl pM e*.

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Catholic churhea; also at Ad-
VIto'ean Church.'
li ,easm will be held In the


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Furniture.


bgeiag aintI Church, North
GalMaeail, today, where Blder Stev-
ensn Wa' hi.. wife are conducting
a qart ly etiag. These services
will oo a it 10I80 a.. m. and 7:30
p. m.
The Pubmio is cordially invited to all
places of worelap.
tore Nipples.
Any mother who has had experience
wil this distressl ailment win be
p to, knsw that anure m be
ee by applylag Chambtlan's
ialv6 as soon as the child U done
sursalng Wipe it of with a sbott cloth
before allowing the babe to nurse.
Many trained nurses ae this. salve
with best results. For sale by all
drutats '


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tcdIon


tchen


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la< f. E ning M@h, the
9 **f week will b" i(q tq
Sbranch. of tul. The
,lUt weeTkO be devoted to t
i1 all' Next week will
be Bo gehs recess, and tter-
nba selani, Ina order to Mile the
theaters twi for radfng the # ras.
WhN e odi it nmisht bw. b s
betjer*'Mi a a1 neral tltC Uu
tamot the tobchers the YOst
work bbs b@e astisfactory. Owing
to the fact that the requirements for
prouonag* ill, be ,more ri~id -ol -
low4 ,tha baa perhaps bees the eae
her.preo, the percentage of promo.
tidus aMy not be as large as equal.
Heirtofore too many pupils have 0en
allowed to eater rades tor the'*ork
of wbich her were not saticisptly
well prepmed.
The hihfa/chool pupils are busy
tya t for exams. and preparing
for commencement.
The *samlaatlons for the scholar-
ship medals in Latin and mathematics
for thq Prmeoman and Iohoxnore
c assee begaa Friday. TOe. medals
are sives by .the principal About
ten pupils from each of the two
clasee entered the contept.. These
medal wnb won last year by Tom R.
MeBeth o4 the Sophomore, and Nan-
ale Smith f the Freshman. Nannie
is one o), the contestants for Sopho-
more medalss this year.
Friday was "lonesome A4" on the
hill,- a most bf the pupti went on
the Suaday school picnic to Worth-
tqWton 18prass!.
The complencement Invitations have
come and are pronounced by all who
have examined thedi to be as pretty
as ever seen In Gainesville.
Ohamberlaln's/ Collc, Cholers and
Diqrrhoea Remedy.
There Is probably no medicine that
Is relied upon with more ImWplicit con.
Bdence than Chamberlain's Collo,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Dur-
ing the third of a century in which
It ha been in use, people have Iarn-
ed that it is the one remedy that
never fails. When reduced with
water and sweetened it iispeamnt to
take. for walq by all drugglsta.


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Sproduce a w*olag mlae latamtly. Blue flame means highly
entraedia no ot, spodirt. O lsu always at a maintained
levl, mauna a uniform Same. Made in three sizes. Every
Sore wsartWL. If not at your dealer's write to out
nearest Kg for d"crlpdve Gircular.
SJLa pis the best lamp for
all-round house.
hold use. Made
) |ne t OUt and beautifully nickeled. Perfectly
ssmictedl a eolu Ny safer.papoxgled in light-giving
r9o;w an ormeaotet to aAyroom. very lamp warranted
SIf at t your dealers write to our nearest agency.
STMR 0 CSmPAinT


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Mr. and Mra. Warren Home.
Mr. and Mrs. Shields Warren/have
arrived in the city, after a delightful
trip to Washington and the James-
town Exposition.
It will be remembered that Mr. War-
ren, who is the popular- receiver of
the United, States land office in this
city, *as married In Apalachlcola, his
former home, to Miss Vera, the ac-
complished daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
H. W. Johnstoh, on Wednesday, April


Main street N., wherp thliy will b
at home to their friends.
Mr. and Mrs. NWarritn ,ir d]uhgbt
ed with their stay in the Nationa
Capitol, and were also (hdtil,\ iinter
ested In the Jamestown ,:xpI ,oiri>n
which Mr. Warren declanre- i .ion
of the best the world ha-s e~ r -en
To Augusta, Ga.
Daily Pollman buffet -..- '.
leaves Jacksonville, Fit 1, : ; !:1


24. leaving Immediately on their, via Atlantic Coast Lir.e a: ..
bridal tour. No two young people In Augusta the next mornw.,: i7:4,
Florida kIremore universally popular, For Pollman rpsrva'i a, ., j '
I AtlantieCoRst Lino 4iii_-w@
and Gainesville feels honored that so0 ran k B.,oy i ~ n, *.r-
they will make their home here. They 1aler Agent. Atlantic Coi.t L,. *',t
are pleasantly located at 408 East *onvillp. 'la.


Re Whilt,

Uoored Ws ut


P'iRY Coats
vwi* wide skirts.
They ane just new.
medorhboy'prlqed at

q~s~ws4 alp

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SPECIAL


EEK


White and Colored Wash Fabrics
-We are increasing our business each week by always' putting before you
some tempting values-ones that if you will take the time to examine
them you w$l find you cannot resist. for they are all marked at prices
below their real valne. We show y6u the very n west goods in the latest
styles. Our assortments ore complete and selections easy.

FiE MILUIIRY at a Liofle Leoss j Pries Thas OUers a"k for I.
S i TBT US FO TILE -T


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White Wash


Skirts


Splendid values at froi,

$1.25 to $10.00
Each.


Voile Skirts


Black and Colors

S1NA. to $25.00
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Chifo Lisse


A beautiful igbs..elpht l6brie inStgrat assor(.
men%. of cheek*, pisids aud In .PlIAIs00o0m; as
prutty as silk-Titf light and art. worth 500
yard-
$"Gcial for Tro.kys eI. T

Zephyr Brode .

ff4neb; beauitui apettetne; aflh 61.-
*4ft

AvIeu mFREUDIUI _11-11S
They bate IoautifuL fDori Og" aIMIN w
1vertb Me- "IIa0aA


beseMrerlage laerd-


I-Poo


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EXTRA VALUES.

Fin Lineus and LiMon Lawns
Flue W*InOh $her White Linens
Sat......................3. Wi e i 1. Is$1
Fle Linen Lawn. very sheer, at.............. .. .l'., W -2 W e Tg4%0
Fine 8.inehI Froting Linen .... ....... ....... ...Ie, 0 ge fard
a$.laneh Botakher Lite-Lineu
she ............ .7b0, $1.090 $1.1 an d l.ei$
W-inch Colored Linen .. ...... .... ...... 4 i ard


NEW ARRIVALS
In While Sods,. Lass and Embroideries
A preat seomemt Fine Val. Lace just revived The beet values we have
shoen at 4 4, 10and lte it Ta. *
Good wide Eabrel eries, up to 6.lnsh-gfteh vilue at 10, 15, 5, MeC yard--

uto rat AsNrtaet FlM ePh a isd fany WMS
hod iss o mp
Brwudesdrable thbee frmeto ie o150 Tard.


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50 pieces Figured Organdit anql
Swiaes, SPECIAL at 15cTdYd
50 pieces Figured Lawns and Bia-
tistes, SPECIAL at..... 10c Yd
25 pieces Figured Lawns woit)h
lOc, SPECIAL.......... 7 1-2


Shit.Waists
rl at... ...m.l oto $1 2.50
Silk Waisse-bt4k sad .lbrsn-plendil vsIE


ERs Fs aihings
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Alte, and Was
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practically the tO4f
spent t. the
on of r. 't
is much MOM'S mo b Afre
t law and caroo
four mills. The dill* W tded I
number of tfmeO an at ength
ot to the engrohl s soniltm.
i the House there wps a log do.
e upon the bill of Mr. Smlth of
e-prohibiting the shipment of
Wa from wet counties into dry
nties, following the same lines as
S*argument on thd second rea
| the bill. There were 8I votes for
Wi 18 against the bill on fnal pass"
g, qbite a number of t"e gttlemen
jpding up explanations of their votes.
'Tomorrow ends the sixth week of
i Legislature, leaving three more
h the session of 1907. ,
The morning session of the Senate
pened with prayer by the chaplain
Tator McCreary introdu0ced the
new bill of the morning, which
l Senate bill No. 375--A bill re-
pa to the obstruction of crossings
pi highways by railroad companiA.
OW bill makes it a misdeUmeanor for
py railroad company or e9ploye to
Jock the highways for more than
in minutes.
The courtesy of the floor was ex-
6ded to Mayor Fraeker of Tampa
ad several other citizens of Hillsboro


' nty.
SHouse bill No. 456-Creating the
Muenicpality of Pablo Beach, was
&sed by a vote of 25 to 0.
House bill by Mr. Calkins of Nas-
-To grant the city of Fernandina
Charter amendment for street mn-
rov.'m- nts was taken up on its sec-
fd and third reading in the Senate
bd passed.
House bill No. 557, by Mr. Jeese of
abia county-For the relief of
n B. Vaughan who was convicted
manslaughter, was passed. The
restores citizenship.
By permission, Senator Cone intro-
Senate bill No. 278, requiring
State to appropriate $15,000 for
purpose of paying the city of
e City for buildings of the former
lersity. ,,
The bill was referred to the com-
te on appropriations.
The cigarette bill, or rather the anit
ette bill. known as House bill
I61, by Mr. Knight of Citrus, also
[elal order for the afternoon, was
without a dissenting vote.
law applies to minors only.
The Senate adjourned until 10 a.
Saturday.

IN THE HOUSL
The House was called to order t
h 1 m., Speaker Knowles pro'tl
Sth chair.
af.er prayer bythe chaplain and
t01o "f the journal, fo4lowra
arnmng the new bills intr duced:
SMnr Farris of Duval-tbillty
Sotnr,11, carrier. I
I Mr Peaden of Santa Rom--Ob.
g ard or lodging by false pr-

SMr. IDokt of Alachua-Relating
Nblic roads.
Bills on Third Readiln.
fc, il No. 140, by Mr. Million
X Moo--For the protectio of Xo-
'!hii.ne.trs and nmtrienep;

O No. 150, by Mr. Paul of
SFoening up of jm blio
:, .~': the State; plueLd.
b!l No. 1;9. by Mr. Kilgre
',"rRelating to advertls'em t
,l "mIFploImeOt of labor on
,;:,tv conomnlaiogmr; pass
ll No. 173. by Mr. AbLrthy
~z-Rlatiug to th arfaaied
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a phase of fthe
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m toutnds of patrons
wlat e I uarentee for
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stood squarely for the local option
clause of the constitution, but opposed
tbe.lncasure. He thought an Ineffect-
ual effort to check intemperance would
hurt the cause.
The Smit.h bill was passed by a vote
of 85 to 18, and the House then ad-
journed for dinner.
Afternoon Session.
At 2:30 Mr. Knowles called the
House to order and the following
bills, oh third reading, were .passed:
House bill No. 294, by Mr. 'Farris
of Duval-Prohibiting the unauthoriz-
ed use of the names, etc., of secret
societies.
House bill No. 279, by Mr. Hooker
of DeSoto-For relief of tax collectors
In drainage district.
House bill No. 286, by Mr. Russell
of Putnam-Relating to the assess-
ment and collection of taxes upon
land and turpentine and timber rights
thereon.


Bills on Seoend Reading
The following bills were read the
second time, and referred to the com-
mittee on engrossed bills:
By Mr. Decker of Hillsborough-Re-
lating to examination of State banks.
House bill No. 212, by Mr. Decker
of Hillsboroith-LegalisIng ordinance
106 of town of Tarpon Springs.
House bill No, 247, by Mr. Carter
of Alachua-Relating to taking of tes-
timony in divorce cases, -was with.'
drawn and Senate bill No. 371. by Mr.
McCreary of the Thirtysmecond amend-
Ing the city charter of Olaneevlfie,
was substituted and passed.
Mr. Knowles of Monroe, Mr. Wataso
of Dade. and Mr. Williams of St.
Johns, occupied the chair durelngt
day. 'Adjourned at 5 p. m. until 9:80
a. m. Friday,

SATURDAY'S PROCKEDINGS.
Special'to The Sun.
Tallahassee, May 11.-Today has
been an extremely busy one in the
Florida Legislature, both Senate and
House being busy during the day.
The Senate held both morning and
afternoon' sessions, disposjng of a
large amount of routine business. The
Stetson University bill came up among
others, and was killed by an indefinite
potponement A large number of
purely local bills were taken up and

-The bill extoading limits of Tampa
so as to Include Fort Brooke was in-
troduced, and was passed In both
Senate and Hou under waiver of
the rules n a little over an hour.
making a record.
The Crane bill, providing for the
granting of framehbls to street rail-
ways by county eaMINsulaers. was
killed 1n the Roue.
T7 lwea te s4i red this after-
g~ge-=-a= =ni NOW


,lass thauk wib now tutim
Jt the sa e om 180g.

BRAS. CAUSED ARREST.
Charles Hollway Held for Gainesville
Authorities en Larceny Charge..,
Charles Holloway, a negro, was ai-
rested by Policeman George S. Joh.-
san, at 5:30 o'clock yesterday after-.
noon, when he called at the Southern
Express Company's uptown office to
receive a barrel of brasu shipped to
him from Ganesville.
The police received a telephone
message yesterday afternoon asking
them to watch the express office and
arrest llalloway when he called for
the brass. Tie express people were
notified, and when Holloway called
for the barrel the clerk nodded to
the policeman and It was all up with
Holloway.
i He was charged, at police headquaf-
era, with being a suspicious character,
andt the Gainesville authorities have
been notified of his arrest, and will
be here today for him. It Is alleged
that he stole the brass in Gainesville
and had it shipped here to him.-
Timos-Union, 10th.
\ The county authorities here know
nothing of the above case, as no
.theft of brass has been reported to
them.


Relief from Rheumatic Pains.
"I suiffer.A with rha imat

fm


over two years," says Mr. Rolland
Curry, a patrolman, of Key West,
Fla. Somoetmes it settled in my
knees and lamed me so I could hardly
walk. at other times it would be in
my feet and bands so I was Icwapa-
elated for duty. One night when I
was in severe pain and lame from It
my wife went to the drug store here
and came back with a bottle of Cham
berlan's Pain Balm. I was rubbed
with it and found the pain bad nearly
gone during the night. I kept on
using it for a Little more than two
weeks and found that it drove the
rheumatism away. I have not had
any trouble from that disease for over
three months." For sale by all drug-
gists.
Strike May Tie Up Trolleyo.
fiulsville, Ky., May 1t.*0. M.
Scott. busineeb agent of the Amnlga-
meted ajFoclation of street and elec-
trie railway employees, sent a tele-
gram to International /headquarters
slating that the 0ltu1tion as retards
the union men employed by the Louis-
yvlpe Street Railway company, if
critical an4 that If something Is not
done at o ee the men will voluntarl-
ly go otl on strike before Sunday
night. There has been some trouble
ever since the recent strike. the men
alleging thM the company has not ob-
served the terms of settleOent.

top Grumblling
If you suffer from Rheumatism or
paln, for Ballard's Snow Liniment
will bring quick relief. It tois a ure
omre for Sprains, Rhemaatism, Coa
tated Muaclee and all palm-ad
within the reach of all. PriOe 5e,
O, $IA. C. IR. Smith. Teaha Te0.,
writ: "I have used Ballard's ow
LiAalmst in m7 family for years sa
have toaad it a fine renody for al
palW a"d mhes. I recomeaed it tr
palas ti the chest." Sold by W. M.
Jokasem.
r-- ...
OouI0Mt RMales Their S rules.
Colubas, Ga., May 11.-After a
sprite digeuisilon. In whth t ose,
wbo.oppoed tho resolution were oI14
%hat they were doing so because they
were;oeodent it would be adopted.
a rostMod was pasod by the Co-
lambi city rounill pintdclt fort as
ftmest st to the ebarter of the city
to the eecnt that members of oeufI-
ell oiial enelve an a nufal t salary of
15M0 eA, .
* Indigeetit.
Wt Ifts companions, bart b .a,
flatalmses torpidity of the vyer, OOe.
stipatieo. alpitation of the heart,
poor blood beadache and otlw' M
vos ---s---. sfllow *Ia. Seal
tongM Iive breath Wt a l glis
of otwer afment, is at ome the mso t
widespre and d leastnet lady
ammng the American people. Tbhe '
bnlu Irimmnt will we al M eS
trouble. IN sbottla. i W. M.
oasam.


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be admired.
Ift*Ol taos
or lterleraE ath tWe
h p?, orontrtd. feKdam

nerosia rrl u,
Sithe "blueso ad
a or po ula1,
if i-thor home,
bnulsm~ ia-1 in~ossIble.

ftm naahu 4s w sIt etac
t oncea theos e 7 -and

40Oa No other maeai t i4etry hu reolred moeb
Ihormdet or ha u Yoot o *ues of female ills as
Lydia E. Pinkbam'sVegetable Com
Mis manm Rmntler,. of 8( tit BSt, Sohenectady, N.
'"For. lowa time I was trbbledwith a weakness whlc eea
drati l m ay strength awa 'I had dull headaches, was no
Irritable, and all worn out. ( tade to read one of your advertise
of a o similar to a loA w by Lrdia B. Piukhasm's Vege
CompoQnad, I deeded to try t I l Ianot expro my gratitude for tht
bsan t relved. I am tettlrri &d feel like a new person." 1
Lydea .. PlmAklm 'a Veaompud is the most stlcoasst
redy for all form of laote, Woak Back, Fal, llng and
DIs aoments. Inaammatkoa aio oration, and is invaluablein pre*
p or hldblrth and the ChaU Lifte.
Mr. Plnkham's Standn Invitation to Women
Womena u din from amy foeta w female weakness are Invited to
aroptly coomun iate with lat a, at Lynn, MUas. Hew adv
M fee-l P d alw ys helpful.


I&s$. GSAuAu, President
Onmo. W. Erum, V169-President.


H. S. TArLOm, O ehIr'li
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evening, May 14, the conm-
* exerteIes proper will take

l be publhOed later.


iaW New elng" Held for One
Worlds abbee* Produetlena.
p tehg '.Wsd's Paatval
now unaer reheaeaJ at Holy
y church, It may be of tnterest
me partlpattg to tkaW that
Mrie of this city wa ell M'
&. with the comp0 r tn dnaey,

le states that WU" ap
organist's pri Ct X.000
manual salaryfor whit* rA
eanists competed-- a--
organist of the grnat 8aH
Temple.
4 has the proud dieotteOUM
In. hs organ the only alxtr*
peda, l Ptop in exiatena
m one thanks of the volume of
to produce a musical nowt
wooden ebhute alsxty-ta
Sb tour feet qu are. It
t Impossible. As a mat
1 before this organ wa
asl *armous pipe was coan-
ttely Impraetdal and
.4plestinnA adaet ranks
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MI, IMO@( 0? THE AX.

He DIo NetRevtIlhe Slow, How.
ever, Where the Chicken Got It. J
The rpa ir meeting t of Alacbps
Camp N. 8, Woodmnen if the World,
was of unusual interest Friday even-
ing, as Past CoWuael Comamnder J.
B. Brooks reoelyse an ax-not where
the chicken got it, however, .but In
a match more complimentary way.
Iovereign Brooks Is a very enthus-
lautie Woodman, ad during his ad-
maln0aSon di da *W eat deal In 4he
attoeO ft the upbulmin of the order
here, with the r*bult that Alaohua
Camp Is one of the Itrongest in the
State. As a token of appreciation
the lodge purohaed and presented to
him a handsome alhuntnum a* and
belt. The presentation address was
delivered P~lar evening by lover-
eign Joe Munasm, and took Sovereign
Brooks' completely by surprise. In'
a few well-chose and appropriate
words, Sqverelp Manase told 1over-
eign Brooks how deeply grateful were
his brother Woodmen for the fair, effi-
clent and faithful tannIr In which
he presded ,ver the oamp. and they
wanted him to know how'the}y appre
elated 41m. As he passed over the
ax and belt, Sovereign Brooks replied
in a brief bubt bpp way, assuring his
brothers tata onthngi iaor highly
appreciated could evr given, him.,
or no higher oomplimeit ever be paid
any man, and that he would retain the
emblems as tokeas of friendship a4d
brotherly love. -
The ax was appropriately engraved.

Waste Mill urne In pinning Iilllae.
Greeaville, 8. C.. May 11.-'the
waste mill In the American Spinning
empany's village was deetryed by
Ire ThurWday aight. Tih lose Is ap-
proxtmately $20,000, partially cover-
ed by insurance. The 6o1a12 of the
Ire I unknown.
Letter to J. 0. ftrlngfeoiew,
Galneevllle, Flerids.
Dear Sir: What wtU illIt est to sow
tes acres half wheat and half dalay
ataed? and what'U the crop be worth?
We don't know what dlay-s4eed
ta. nor how bulky It Is; we v6 et
at and half daliy woea make
6 big gop of daiates, and lat a loi
tOme; the wheat might be short.
Th. parable throws some lght on
the e ot of pait half w a"h.
lw a nit xzed halfand-nif wth
ts e beth to look sad feel: In
i ne4meths of the "paint" ta the
tkos is part whitewash: some hal.
emesure ome les.
tse* has to be spread w t the
W s* t'SW UMrace prepre. ta ,
ders, gerlMs. pulleys and ropee ar
rang ea4 Moved, there's a great deal
of talg H. te patlt OR: It costs
03 to; wto do .tI
What it east to w.t-.
wash Sae. It'ita eea
worth. ib" w htow oes
har M
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v~b" our bk bam to allOt sad
rw BIP i tof t in a
wo sais that uth omm- gotumafe
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Us.and kill the7% 5t way
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our system,
a guaran-
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ia without leav-
p-dng used for that
TlSivT you from
a mI a Con.
nbd, ail Liver


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the b o. trip t6o Jerusiale said

are MIme Anie Powel, Mate, Wills,
Zut ol et Beatieo Wills, Jenwte-
)Iaude od4ges, Christlne Dfe let, Ver
ie iaftr uk, Ethtl Adklas, daJ-MO
bell'Chase and Messrs. Bryaat fod-
sfes, I O!drby, Oles White, Wt lred
bPhalip Arthur Brookins, Will In-
man, Lester stetns, Roger W4lls, O y
Alfare, Osoa r Alvares and '*111
Watnwrwiht."
P1EL RUN DOWNt
Many people, d In early Sprins.
Prbaps it is the reaction fmwn the
Wte manner of living. t, hat
e*T4* 4 ea ca Use I a 1ian t
oondi s,: unfttng Its viclti the
activTtles of lit e-the proper enjoy-
aient of e itself, in fact. A simple,
altogether unobjectidnable remedy,
well caleulated, according to phbil-
oian,, to restore the lost tone and
vitality to the rundown system Is oom-
posed of % os. Fluid Extract uchu,
I os. BulIo Mixture, % oz. .t4lt Ex-
Osot Gentian Compound arid '15 o0n.
jater. These ingredients are obtain-
ble'at small expense at ayM. good
drug store and may be cobflbed by
the pharmacist or at home,, as de.
sired. The dose tis one tamtM
three limes a day, before Us. ThI
preparation is add. to be one of the
best spring toels known to medical
U-.

Study Cenditlens fln NeoW Ye .,
',New York, May 11.-ProIeslsr
Mailey, soetlosgal -expett of .o
wad his las, who a la Ne kW
to 4tedy soUa CoRdioai on the Mllb hotot en blced1er street.
*ple class arrlvre earlier Iti the day.
aboqt 350 stUag, ai.d pl aned at once
Itto work. Police hoddqudtrters. the
amorgue. BsjaclweWa I aad, the Man-
hpttan insane asylum, the workhouse
Itd the poorbouse were visited. In
e evening tMe elaes tackled a num-
er of Bowery lodging houses and
Chinatown. Later the clams visited
J lis Ilaad.
0,0000,000 for Famine Sufferers.
St. Petersburg, May 11.-The em.
peror has tineed t tah e appro-
priattine of 3,000,42., a large amount
of which is an ed for medical as-
sistaace In the mcurvy strlckn prove.
Inches. M. TermoleW, u-minister of
agriculture who tIs aw head of the
central oranalsation fort'fetne relief,
bas left St. Peteirb rg for the fam-
In* prevines to deotribute a large per-
sonal contribution of the emperor.
i ,
Seventh Day Adventists.
Chattanooga, 'lean., May 11.-Te
Southern Unlon conference of the
8evepth Day Adventists are holdilag In
a suburb e coneatioo and a school
for Christian teachers. Teunesse.
Kentucky, Georga, Atahamsa. North
carolina. South Carolla, MislssIppi,
Luislaa anad lorida ae epreeented
.ta attendance.

YOUR HAT
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A man usually buys a bat that's 'ta
style." but the modem bat Ir mena ha
acts to answer tor.,
Baldheads are growing ore number
ou every day. ets toh excelieUt
breeding plase. the 1xA4ttlc m..
wbteih map the ut. fea 1 routs of th
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4 ought soaweo the home, hat
u rom the best Of qtives we desire
fok 1d cmall the atteoato of out readers to
Shla the custom of publishing cardq of
6- Roads is thanks." It is a custom that hab -
t chief. grown its purpose, if it ever had ne.
mM.tir, udO When sickness and death comes to
S*t i corwever o.- your home it I, only natural that your
Sth t r blood of the frAends and neighbors should do what
sus'! siid In the na- they c4uld to assist y4o-tey would
-g BSaer : the 4age ,war-cry be heathens It they did not. They
ei, the ol oeists t., action, the know froin the expression of your face
Orr partners met -the kips of that you are thankful and deeply ap-
'l I li the Rpvolutionary War and preciate all they do, and It Is not neo-
is Iown WIn tike War of 1812 Atneriean sailors essary to rush ,Into print and tell the
serti.3dMs p t .thi'r battle Uags and defied the world that your neighbors were Mind.
S W bier ao Britain, and. It was there when you were In trouble. The read-
'tr d,"r q di f oing the Civil War, that the -Monl- ing public are becoming tired of the
."' "t ?t0hi Meri"nac Inaugurated a new old st'r-otyped "card of thanks." You
,ywioR4.i k Iwe am V Ipdli the naval affairs of the world. can express to your friends, by a look
Spper, A~production of this remarkable or word, your thankfulness in a tnore
1 1ate and gmmer a wd Wil be pi will be one of the striking and impressive manner than you can in a
polge free, to ay r" oftbetratt d original features of the Exposition. column of oold type.
Eor cndet. pq y*^ .".d 'f The tract upon which this City. *
till e o 4* aftr Beautifl of 1907 has been reared is There will really be little difficulty
of .advertis"gmt as.g a rwe eadmi.ably adapted to the purpose for about the deportation of the negroes
,d i contract. h artm l bOaI 0 I' which it is Intended. With more than when a place for them can be found
t qited to pay frit 6 two mflep of water frontage it offers where the watermelons ripen all the
TEX UVIBS W at every turn a charming combina- year.
-n .. tion view of land and sea. The har-
Missouri man is being acted bor is;qt this point five miles wide The fact that Tillman will be In the
4 bamy by seven wV. We sandthe outlook is .superb. The cities Senate Is the main reason so man'
to know exactly the ritrwrd, on he farther shore are merged by people are hoping that Roosevelt will
blfamy" talls short by a lot, perpective Igto a cameramic picture, succeed Senator Platt.
_._ and the great Government piers offer
A husband bring asut we a polnt' of vantage for the enjoyment Senator Tillman ad Bam Jones
oe his wife blew a tIG Wbstle of a marine picture unequalled on have been the only lecturers who dar-
)keep him from snorie, Wd sOp;' tS q American conUnent. ed to abuse an .adlence fortnot agree-
t the woman will not rest the ng with then,..
tion. .President Roosevelt has appointed
__ ___ ______.__a co missionn to prepare a eompre- D T
,j have received an lnvitAtf to henilv plan to utilize the water-ways
peent at the commencement g- and taoonnect them by canals, and ONST
Sof the 3J0 so0 High Sc it is q ow holding its meetings In
e, of which Miss Edith H]unte Washington. The transportation ques- yVo'.adur- b .
the efficient principal. Th ;ex- tionm Is paramount at present, and an 0 a.oo. fave a aof'.h.i
Irdo",*"" ret', aseartto"I an 6 Vo l
oes will be held on the evening of air, route, it Is thought by some, will ari esthe ,It, .
L1th inst., and the program shows sometime be added to the old methods Se, ogRtl eTbe. a
graduates, which is a great .om- by land.and by water. In our grand-. B,.Ysetrlb. I .
Ient to Miss Hunter, who was fathers' time "a six-mule team made -
aerly an Alachua county teacher. plenty of steam." Now steam loco-. b f W
motives and electric cars have failed *
Tke lawn plats recently det abio to meet the resources of our prolific
exterior of the court house square, harvest .fields, factories, forests and
t in which the Janitor, Moses mines. The cry is still give us more 4g.e
rman. has manifested a great deal roads and improve our waterways.
pride, are being fenced, to protect Curiously enough, on the d ty that the
go from trampling oy thqughtlen President's Coimmission met, Profes. Phm Pa9 U
rikless pedestrians who either do sor Graham Bell, who le now In Lon- wX4g ,v* w
think, or who do not care, or don, Save out an interview, ift half of icaesBewcureW,~er oer m.
protection of the grass. A rOw which is true, we may expect surc- Sttetg Re iS t Ce.. Chicae or N.T,
evergreens has also been set cesful aerial travel. In this Interview, JANUALI TlnIJU ON MNW2
nd the square, which will be pro bhe aid that the problem of flight had III .
by this temporary enclosure. bee4h solved.,. and t"at In five
yeats we should be crossing the At- tL VO
I looks as though "Marse" HR ry lantlc at the 'rate of two hundred l Mr
teron were right. Governor miles an hour.' Prof Bell invented the
s of New York is looking up as telephone. but is nprobly optimistic
publican Presidential possibility. and mistaken on this air ship que-
t who have watched the trend tlon. At any rate, most of us prefer
0ents say that the,public utilities that some future generaton or our THU Of 0
i tn the New York Legislature Is wives' relatives shall attemn the At- oi I ..,.
Ihto make his fame national, lntic in these flying maeines. We M V n itiWeWOO
thter it passes or whether it is de. have all the risk we care to lrr Ii Wrauly ao .ckly. crtwaons
l. If it passes, it will give him present methods of transportation. o50w 1am1 y lers. I.
glie ai having won a fight for the ... - eervm La
p against almost prohibitive Our citizens deserve credit for WssPor,
aid if it does not pass, the Gov- the pride they take in our scbops ad roo n to- S
-. will be considered a martyr to We venture the assertion that not _a t, l
t machine politics and probably ent ever went forth frola UW U.
P able to bring the whole ot 4 iaesvllle but went away with the aS eakwoIS
STork delegation to the 904. best wishes of bur people; they gare I t," ir.nls vta 3
lwlthhlm. The Preldent has not hmh encouragement during omaool gm a r a eor sts o .w
nDy more toward giving .Im Mte and when he departed took s w re sas couen tf Ad
BPport. but if the ooeasioin de by the hand and said, "God sped sRuA. umeaMg go.. Marie S. CMsarl. r
M it there is little doubt that th." Not one who has flnihed the For saie is Ouivesville, Florida, by
U Uaort will be forthcoming, course In our scoops, wherever be W. M. Johns, Droggiet.
^ -_^may now be, but wishes our town an ... - "
1tas b.' so long Mince the people her people wE11, for It was ao our '"
6 ctIonhave had a decet Christian people, surrounded by an AU D I E
Sun.igly mdi noble, animated b the splendid ex. IiB !. T
the Wlcome advent of the rains the foundation which ,makes him to. bl


thwdepressions e Many40y the upright citihmi W any COMn- do of 604.g~.
theytbay*have utdem.y s"nty in which he way live.
04 he least pretmalon of
"1a~4 the most peculiarpat SeAS of OsIc, Crsvw WTOLRDO. MIN AND WOU.
tfaffair Is do, bt that UCAI OVT- liftr,
If they wem t be tis Mihil'patias'of1thefAM Of sea 00" to
O f the Street, Or removed d' b &O*.* '*
th 1rfv1jielle ooff seatefthoain Wu' -t
~r ~abl be soa &*I mm of ~On*e Maded Were
-- Co l has jet beg fr 5sub and OU S O 55T
arn The Bull wouji iSUK aa5t eC~ Y 080O
ltorn IniMmttee 3say ust16Ba.'ftcm
totL,- Iud holes at OWe Phifar P 0I. OON '.
- ah' malftamd UR~mmmle teto, Sworto begane -0aW hecrMbd
PAW 4bdeoh f am" A W m An, do'th ra1
athe aammefs u h pb~wA.DL I t W ai#601
aajWet S~A.b. (SALLWa.
weft Commt6(emuayin -
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*Tiokets on sale daily from May 96th to 80th i -.
elusive. Rate for this ooiaseon is $18.75 from"
Jacksonville for the round trip, or virtually one
cent a mile for distance traveled, with correspond
ingly low rates from all points. Extension t
limit to July 6th c(n be obtained by depositing'
ticket with Special Agent and payment of fifty,
cents at time of deposit.
For full information and Pullman reservation
write or call on FRANK C. BOYL8TON, District
Pasenger Agent, Atlantic Coast Line, Jackson*
Ville. a.


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THEN PINZr RALUIGH, RICHMOND,
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voly anaounes4 that
44iak Atsvsk- abd aeOe*
a t9s of tse oganalsatlea
of tbi Amrlcema Ntlomal
p. smnu otlug (Sr bustness in
t, o eeolldate the two in-
uisar We charts read ma-m
IklmemI Natlo-J l aWk upon
Of $000 per bare for Blue
steel. kthe oaolUdatio n to be-
elteoive Jaly 1 107.
'
too*a *vW rF rire Les.
*gaO., 1..n14)1 e eO the
OatrNa fire" I the history of,
6Wre TThursday. eoausing
de dgetUto. of tho plat of
Kt ah Am* Door omapa-
f' c ora m cottage.
a t $0.000, vith
taaurane. AA large
l ane a sd stock on band

*.$w leekeri Balle Out.
: y i oe, May 10.-NevemT
rakere Who wor arrested for
e lt n rere ball.-
ofdt ay ef a total
#450 feW alaet by the Uiat-
o eoeot-. 0 Wh*e re-
e the O j. lthe e won
a pardat a 0 of t6e ea
ji iamar, who Is oatared
sa oased tim death of Janes
alt, wae not leased.
win ll st on MWy i.
Oew York. May O.-, m oommitt4P
Inted by Preud it b oe5vt.
President ra ad i pake
to invaestlgat i the tha
Problem of oUIttmUol. aab
ed to extend Its woki to leading
Ion cities of 'fst5e'ad 6id
ments to sail frzom116 e ,
to, for the Meditraa OSR t
a nople.
| itwerl" Conference Boded.
tabooog. May lO.-ThuutuYr,
ended the twenrietk Imeeta
Southern Stats' Vnltartt a On.-
SThe program embraced a
oa meetlnas of the body and the
Mera Missionary council. At alght
of the leading clerloal delegate
short addressea.
SPostmasters Appointed.
ltoe, May 10.-Preldenat
has appolnuet the following
I L. B. Murphy. at Al.
Claude R. Fereuan, at


9i tip
w + skinaed. The
w ta4 w fs tted.
0l 1* l tO chtet
L It remhinued
and: was the
pOP ho04. makers
Sott ii g iountiy. But it
waasput to. tapt euda tlhim
thi. It wa ii dplo n eies
of mqh' dig o SI ani *clency, into
after tim It ft i liappened that the
o1aan anwvoait the Persian court'
had stui 'tudlngs more or less
serlousa ritl tf government to wblcie
they, wea tet porarily accredited.
When tbho iimbasadors from Rome
grew arrogant hI their demands. It was
the custom to eonduet them Into tftc
presence of the stutred skin of the ex-
emperor of toiaeq where they were
asked It Mhismlly did not become them
at sight of 0ueip 0a bpctacle.
l_ & A -


NI YoU Don't
*ceed t rtn time use Herblae
and you get aat relief. The
greatest li+ Nplator ,A positive
cure for gyspeppls, Ma.
laria, Ovqr complaints.
Mr. 0- of Texas, writes:
"My wite M uaing S erblne for
herself n pre M fto Lre years.
It Is o eo' ooad
Sir my fam ly.
*Ol 17W^UJobs...


*. A Surprise.
A acok At S heup" boarding house
played little game on a grumbling
boarder by serving him with a phobe of
sole leather, lntead of beefsteak.
"You've henged your butcher. Mrs.
Haseber?' mid the boarder, looking up
at tle landlady after sawing two or
three minutes at the leather.
"lame bstcher as usual." replied the
boarding latress, with a patroolrap
m2als. "Why?'
"Oh, nothing much." said the board.
er, trying to make an Impreseaon on
the steak with ails knife and tork.
"only this piece of meat is the tender-
set I have bad In this house for some
weeks."--trand Magaline.
lit a German Law Court.
A German jaw court was the scene
lately Of an amusing inIndent. 'The
magistrte. a resomae and long wind4
ed person, was dee4ling a small case
In which the plaintiff claimed damages
for abuse. "To call a man a 'pig* or a
'dog.'" replied the Judge. "Is certainly
an nuilt, but to say that be Is a 'pig-
dog' I offensive, for no such animal
exlita," The plaintiff glared at the
bench. "lchwelne-Hundr" he remark-
d4. with bitter emphasla.-T. P.'1 Lon.
don Weekly.
The Innseent 'Jeyo of Youth. .
"Oraciot, Fanny' exclaimed a
mother to her little daughter. "Wfiy
are you sbouting eke that? Why
can't you be quiet like your brother'
"He's got tW be 4l." eped Fan-
ny. "He's playing papa seeing borne
late."
"And who are you plltalg?
'Oh I'm playing yoar'- arpers
Weekly.
Do You Leve
yor baby? Tou wonder why he crle.I
Buy a bottle of Whits OCrma Vereml
fuge and be wth eaer ay. Meot
babe have wormse'ad the mother
doet know It. WhIa's Oram Veral-
ftPu rids the ehtld of worse ea eleas
out Its syteomI tna IeNast way.
Avery mothAr shod w e a bbtth
aC this medlcte In the oss. With
It fear t need ev 4R
PrO S e Sold by W. J1


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In ra4iWl.oe dection tomseM the
IIme hI urnm. of the attreep|.^ tea
trer of 46rice, noticeable among
thbe6 bdW the double dalty sertvce
with t cmrg cokehes and ieplng
oarn aid tba t*e following Our
people, with a sdea of dffordtt dele.
tates e this and otoer ooaTvltions
bold in Richmond, .n opportunity for
visittn the Jamestown ositon,
peroted an arrupement Wherlby
the return portion of tickets reading
from Rithbnod are honored frqm
Porttmouth, Virginia, without addi-
tionl dbarge. Thls alone certainly
maake th Seaboard especally at
tractly,
There is a movement now ea foot
to have the Floria Baptists assem-
ble 4n Jacksonllle, moving from
there a the same train-one might
ay la iL 4dy. This, too, wll make
the trip Pm pleasant
Por trther Information address
8. C. BOYLSTON,
Assistant Oeaeral Passensr ASent,
*Jbksaovilni, Florida.



DR. ROBT. 0. BOWERS,
DENTIST.


OfiBe ia Miller Law Exchange.
Oflse Phone No. 26; Resideasee No. 188

A. CARLISLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
And Solicitor in bEqZtt
Bear XWtA, ,OobYesynelar d e
e rn Prat, e. All '~uIne8 PsOPa e l
saieded to. Ofe nesxt door to ou
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R..D DaVERE B. MORRI8,
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'hIRDINAND BAYXR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.,


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Oan sell you. sit property, (in.
proved sad oauimovd), phosephate,
treokias and farmie lads. iead hil
a llt of-what you ofr- for ale. 3214

BAKBR, MATX809N A BANTER,
ATTORNmT8-AT-LAW,
.. SOLICITORS IN OBHANCERY. .

GAINESVILLE, Alaehua Co., PA
Oles la Hant3eM Blook.

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FO')3M B.XZjLIqGS 3ED1A.OE WEEK .
DeTWZVIB -
Jacksonville alt'd New York, 4
Oalllng at OHARLESTON, B. C., both ways.
T Fliest Steamships la the Coaatwise Servioe
Clyde New England and Southern Line
Frrlght Service Between JAOKSON3MLLE, BOSTON and
PRB)VIDNCE and All aatemrn Poinut,
Oal lun at,Charlest both waye.
S3 .lI-"W 3M 3:XL. BA .ILIG"S
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91vie St. Johns River Line
Between JAAcIkeONVRLLS and SANFORDo
Bt pping at alatka, Astor, Bereaford (DeLsnd), and Intermediate Lar dit
on Ik. Johns Sre
Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"
Is appointed to sail as follows Leave Jaeksoaville, Sundays, Tuedty' i
Thursday, 8:80 p. wa. Returoimo, leave Snaford, Monday$,
Wedneadays and FrIdays, 9:80 a. m.
SomtIbomai. 80H Wl oU Nortbboad
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L. D. Jonm, T. F. A.,
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& a Ws bond ot Pe wl nd Bayer
Vi^tfit^ *ft". J. Thomas
d Into .
S T.. F.homes as suretes, be a
SBILLS bo e of J. 8. Pagan as
So p public, with W. H. S aley and
Sl'.;i h at suretes, be approved
n h the bond of J. M. Falrcloth
Roby..-dok n1e 16mrvg sl, 1o y public, with J. B. Smith and
S Bin OGuthrie its suritles, be approved.
l ,,er Buif" o tS^b Tt whereas, W. J. Uverett, R. B.
#w p.* J. L. Sanders, P. 1. Hathcox,
Board of co W J~d A. M. Hunter, B. Wiggins,. Hector
,met this day inn (I JW Mclane, W. M. Barco, W. G. Chap-
t: John G. -I mran and Robt. B. Baker, each having
W. wJ. Matthewsn J, se ompiled with the requirements of
me palling and J. s. Bti the law, that they each be granted a
meeting being ollld tm eW, peVmit to carry a pistol according to
minutes of last areed thut ', laW.
approved withoutnbi l Whereupon the board adjourned.
following bills wr9 In--
d correct and ord ere MOTHER USED GUN
i. Wienges auditor, 94; W. --
jeoy, guard at Jail, IM- When Attempt Was Made to Take Her
aa, janitor, $30; Bo@ite f Bell Children Prom Her.
hone CompanyS,*o $7T Birmingham, 4Al., May 11.-Sam
Florida Telephone i, IBrilton, of Birmingham, was shot
rice. 12; S. H. W ifto through tile abdoincn and probably fa.
g.$15:50; J. C. Mc. r tally wounded by Mrs. Andle Magnes,
Registration, salay April, Thursday afternoon, and Mrs. Mag-
(7. Gainesvllle Gas es was shot in the leg and serious-
er Co., service, 16.80; lok y l7Jured by her former husband, W.
collector, comm .u in%$3*11 R. White, of Nashville, Tenn.
8; Peeler, treasurer, AomiSalots, According to the best accounts ob-
SDr. McKilntrY, proefasiusl tainable of the affair, 'Mr. White
ce at poor fam 5; H. D L* ias reopntly granted a divorce from
oniwce at poor farm, $4; L. lbis former Wife, and by court decree
y on well at poor .arflM, $4 G. W. was given cnusto4y of his two obeldren.
ofleld, wood at jall $21; L. A. He came to Birmingham in company
1rpgn, care of clock. .$10; S. J. with Detective J. T. Stout, of Nash-
(0mas Co., repairing tank in court ille. and, Attorney A. B. Anderson,
~se $1.50; H. H. McCre y, pubUish* of that place/ to get the little ones.
h March report, $2; J. B. Fletober,. 'They were accompanied by De.ec-
Wre of paupers, $46.60; r. ^ 9 i. r tive Sam Hamilton, of this city, who
*ue. professional service, 17; O0o. had been employed by Mr. White to
Innus city map, $5; G. 8. Merchant atsat in getting possession of hte lit-
1 Co. brooms for jail, 11; xpinse, tie ones.
prouer's and witness fees,-. quest The party went to Smithfield and
ifs $15.50; expense .on roads, found the children playing in tie
idg.,s. etc., $561.70; Roanoke Bidge yard. They put them into a car-
as per contract, $1,200; Msls riage and were about to drive off
W8 Hale, taking testimony In "ase when11 Mrs. Magness appeared and
,1t. Mloore and Royal, $46.29;: eo. opened fire on the men.
i Liingston, fees case Chai. Thomp. Hamilton was hite n a vital spot
S ,. AV. Fennell, fp case and when White returned the wo-
Ilrd 2.re, 60; L. W. nPennell wan's fire, ibse was struck in the leg
l lard loore, r$60; L. W. Fennell, by one bullet.
kranls il criminal. cases, $17.40; Mrs. MagAeA gave herself up read-
Shirut 11e e.uting venire, spring i ly, saying whe did not propose to
m. fir.t we.k, $37.70; L, W. Fen- tand by and see her children kid-
(-( -.eding prisoners, $172.20; Mrs. naped. Botb of the injured are in
i sIr~e.per, care of Chas. Wise, $20; tiopitals.
.L Thigpcn, road overseer, $30; - -
Sr Porick. road hands for May, Under Serious Charge.
, l'hifer Hros., sundries for poor Birmingham, Ala., May 11-W. R.
SV,1; S. .J. Thomas Co., sun-p Wlite, former husband of Mrs. Annie
i.-f or Iad, $2'50 Magness. A. B. Anderson. White's
Or r,,,, attorney, and Detective J. T. Stout,
S Sherman be paid $ all of Nashville, Tenn,, are In jail
T l. Sherman be pad $80 charged with assault with latent to
K ,m1th as Janitor. -murder and kidnapping.
ThLt thet bond of Lute Howell as ______dng
their of marks and brands for Confederate Veterans' Reunion, Rich.
lto: t No 6, Newberry, with If A. mend, V.
rl,,r and J. I. Griffin as sureties, od
l ai',rov-d. 'The Seaboard Air Line anounces
Thit W. J. Matthews be appointed low excursilo rates from all Plorlda
SI.(fctr with the county ou points, made one cent per mile to
IXTS O I lap ayptte and tw.wanlee Richmond, Va., and return account ot
butiolf in regard to operating a fr4e the reunion-tickets on sale May 26,
.7' boat h'twetn three ioulttle at 27, 28, 29 and 80th. The Seaboard
ork uof tht. Santa Pe and Suwan. operates double dally service from
li n r, Tampa,.a6ksonville and other Florida
That th, nd of B. R. Comso as points. Extra through Pullman sleep-
I :, blic. with J. W. Blanding and ers and day coaches u (nfurd r as. sureties, be ap- ranged, so all may be made comfort-
^.1able.
.; ,u the Board adjourned to In order to allow their patrons to
k< a 9 o'clock Wedpesday visit the Jamestowp Exposition, the
Seaboard will honor return portion
Wednesday's om. Of Richmond tickets from Portsmouth.
,\\,nda "M The total round trip rates from some
8. otheimportant points in Florida
b ? *;r, T, dy Pursua ks, Ule (13.75: Apopka $1 6.70
',: ,r ,,irinan; W J. Mat. Iak 13.7 O 'd 160
._ 1 S, r..s.nd Madison .... 14.00 Plant City... 17.65
b ina called to od MontieeUo.. 14.651 Tampa...... 17.551
. ,er were ---- *Taaha oee. l5.45e Masmtee.... 1e.',r


la \, ') be noU e4 to r. Gainesvll.. 1:151 Palmetto.... 18.50
nr out of pWAbwe ..... 15.75 Brade.town, 18.60
tA ,in thirty 4 Leesbug. ... 1.55 Sarasota.... 18.70
ii proee to brs T 'ravam ....***18.
sa ne removed. While these rate are announced
a T "wing bils be : to Confederate VtUrans they
as am open to the pawlpc.

Te I beaboad W g s a very
atmto Md pur toldr deS
No 1 41d rW W to thkt oeMtonm ca

ol Id d other a sfoNM.


omig of Wieather Forces Tzm Otat,
COauing Itching, Burning Skin ]opi*ont l

The blood and skin are so deely connected that whatever affects the
ponding eeet on the other. Wbme the blood is pure and healthy the a
smooth, a4d Iee from ll e; but. when the blood becomes infe A
unhealthy h or the effect is showa by tshes, eruptions, boils and pimples, or
r'ing andainoyg skin disease. d i
The skin is provided with countless pores and glands which act as a
system to ridthe body of impurties through the perspiration that is constantly |
through these little tubes. & T are other glands that pour out on the skin
substance to keep it soft and p otherwise it would become hard and dry from
exposure to win and sun. Whaets te blood becomes filled with humors and acids th
thrown opf through the pores and glandsburning and irritating the skin and drying i
natural oils so that we have not only Atne, Eczema, Salt Rheum, etc., but such dry
skin eruptions as Tetter, Psoriasis and kindred troubles.
These humors find their way into the S o DROV Tom HUMOR OUT
blood through a disordered or 4eangeo con- ntlemen. owyeas ao I red t
edition of the system. There is a certain caused on aoo ent ofa humor in the blood; small rasi
amount of waste or refuse matter Collected l o body ay ad .ep ge.t Saw g
in the body every day.. This is useless in the paper and htvtlas hard h iaud oured s T ral
DOR, %;l g Or 11 8 8ut03 In h mt t pie in this olty, ton ded to try It. After using the
nourishing or keeping the system in health, 1.in thlt .ueledsd to try i. Afer using the
." ,, w otas I was entirely 69and am Vs y!a_ to o_
and nature intends that it shal And an out- it. ioao o7 at.; poh. Ky. W. W. L
let through the 'chanel of bodily waste. FOUND A UR FOR POISON AK
As long as these members perform their FOUND A fteUta tried O r ix ya toA
duties properly the blood remains pure and ow for poso oant trom wo fa was
free from infection' but when fom any s told by a to try S. S. It nt liy so
ree rom econ but wen sad gav me easww ik health. There t o sore
cause they become dull and slu ish, th1is bd condition of the blood like a. 8. ., sad yea
refuse matter is left to sour0I andh as K. apsie or fr Pooa Oa. wiasiA.'
into the blood in the form of humors and
poisons. The skin is a perfect index to the blood; when we kee one afflicted with a skin
ease, or pimples rashes, eruptions, blotches, etc., constantly appearing, we know that'
deep in the blood a humor has taken root,and instead of supplytig nourishment and streS
to the fine, delicate tissues of the skin, it is pouIing out its acid and unhealthy accum
The skin is not only affected by the humors generated within the system, but
from without, such as Poison Oak and Ivy, Nettle Rash, etc., as well as poisons from m
acids, etc., enter through the open pores and glands, and so thoroughly do they take Otk
the blood that they are ever present, or return from year to year to annoy the sufferer.
The treatment of skin diseases with salves, washes, lotions, etc., is along the wrong
True such treatment relieves some of the itching and discomfort, and aids in k
skin clean, but it does not reach the eal cause of the trouble, and at best such tma
only palliative and soothing.
SAthorough cleansing of the blo9d is
*. only cure for humors in the blood. S. 8. & v
^ | gmntlp acting, safe blood purifier, made
g tal Ieds, is the pro tmt
ag down into the = aoand a g

PURELY. VEGETABLE di b.andea
and affections of e y It l i
blood the fresh, nutritive qualities necessary to sustain the skin and all other parT W I
body, and rids the blood.of any andall poi 8. 8. 8. cures B maTtter,
asi, Salt Rheum, Poison Oak and Ivy, Nettle Rab and all troubles of the sakm. i
book on skin diseases and any medical advice dertd furnished by otr physicians
charge to all who writes. I T in AT


WRIOK ON THE CENTRAL.
Engineer KIII-d In Crash of Trains
Near Gordon, Ga.
Maoon, G(., May 11.-In a bend-
on polli0lon ttwor'n a regular an:l an
extra freight on tihe Contral railroad,
I miles from (Jordon. Thursday. Kn-
gineer JohA N. Norris, of thtis cit.,
was killed arit Pg!yin,er L. Ople. of
Savannah, a:1 Iliakmnmn Spain were
slightly Injur-d.
The freil% wis bhlind and through
eome taIland'r.tlnn,'llti Enainer Nor-
ris drove his "rtinpeheyond the point
and into the d4ath trap.
He was !enirJ'dl fro mlMs pept
shortly after thew sacc:tdt. 'alde'l
and crushed P o t.at he died immedI-
stcly.
Over half of 'ih tri n% am on-
ver-te lanto a mar. if wrreftage, and
traSe was bEl:.v ted 6p.

MontsMNery. A:.U., May 11.-Pery
Baldwls. an fl. ,-,i fugitimv fr4on )jus-
tice. is beltag .a;srk sgonrry eOncly by sherifff BRolur. andi
a score of Sides, as a result 4f In-
formatiom reI~'ved In this cty from
('uthbert, .a. The chief of police
of the Geor'a town advied (Chief
Taylor. of M migrnmery. that Bald-
win was wanted on a ebarge of tri"-
iai asult, wlch tle alleged to b "v ,
beas emalitted at Cuthbert some I
time a.,


Good Woe for Chamberalteifss'o
S", Remedy.
People everywhere take *plsO
teOtfytle to good quawMil
ChaMabuu Cough mbas Mau
ward Phklips, of huw, EdL,
writes: "1 q b to tI 7o uIWs 1-m
remin-isn Cbambu-rteb' -___
Rsedy. MY littl n 05,-
who ft two years old. K 6 h-
0t0 mwsi wbesvmr id o ha
a oa m d e su wu Mw
OW*m


Election called for Bonds.
ColunMbus, (;s., MAt.. I I.-'-tty
council on Wedinekday night lleteined
0o tbo r ading for the first rime of
an ordinance aslIllg for an eiretion
for the liueing of 190,000 of boads
for the building of a steel or con-
crete bridge across the QCattaboo*
ohre river at Dillbehem stmr The
aordnance will be sated upes at the
June ml4'tlna.


Es H MAR~TI R


protteN


Sought a Watery Oreve. I M
Cannon, Ga., May 1.-W. W-. S O .
Moore committed suilce Tbhday tIs doon
an old lake near Double ranfti reek
below the ean bridge. f bhad been RLTY R
la til bealtl for some wo k. Before '
pluinginluto the woter fhehd wteov
Od bls coal and s--t and elrefl>P, aiOlT Ab
tied tl bands In frost wl4 bleo l'iM a1l 6VU1J
Madk. He was booA "A 1 df56 l a. is.erpr
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". calling caids :t q >i e'
So office.
Ire sel tlpWr twIhr a ttIP
for 75 cents. .
g.'s fancy half-hose at pss tt
be beat. L C. .
. a. Crown of Rock-Pot was
g in the city retr-d .
gAo Red Salmon is andard Sn
ty, quantity, color and price.
atBe best printed statIOWery t
prices call at The Sn oSm o.
prasols for the dainty summer
in silk, linen and pon4e L. .C.

fo Let-Lower floor, four rooms,
wished. Mrs. Clappo Wet Me-

Don't fail to attend Olive's colDsn-
sale commencing.' Wedueld ay
15. -
A nice five-room house tor rent
IMp. Apply to W. H. VaUaetta,
h Gainesville.
Claud Colson of Trenton is IDi the
on a visit to relatives, Mr. and
W. W. Colson.
Dkon Phillips and Milas Wyne
S-redith were among the ,vttors
Gainesville yesterday.
Mrs. Chas. Leyvrel o St. Augustne
Ik the city on a visit to her parts,
. and Mrs. J. T. Woods.
Captain W. G. Shehee has returned
his %onie at High Springs, after
ef business trip to Galnesvile.
Rent-Three desirable roms
light housekeeping. one block from
re. Apply 109 N. University St.
Have your stationery printed at The
office. First-class work promptly
vered at reasonable prices Is our
0.
C. C. and J. A. J. Strlcklabd and
of Hague, and W. A. Strickland
Paradise, were visors to this city
rday.
-P. H. Baker, the naval stores oper-
of Campville, is spending a
ple of days with his interesting
Vy here.
C. ,N Kirkland, a prominent youtig
9f Ocala who holds a responsible
T!in~g position, was in the city
brking the trade yesterday.
ll(ineni wanted to sell to growers,
)gifts and confectioners; 1100
tbh and xlpenses. California OU
Extra(t Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Found, (n the court house square,
Cfirst-lass plumbers. Parties
ting same can get them at Galnes.
STiitiixg and Plumbing Co.
G' P MIorris of the firm of Dow
liorr. iusuranr has returned
.. Ab, rry. where he went to
th. 10" of his companies.
riern d~ of Mrs. McMeeln. West
tr^ i ho has been indisposed
"S f fr the past few days will
37llitti.j to i,.arn that her oodUties
Htde>ro ,iiH
1T ; W. Hyde Company have
ad mt-t.ent in this ist to
Sth' ton of our reader Is
iii tt',ir fair dealing and -e
r11t g,.., thi firm hai eh*atd a
I'';' .'u('ressful trade Ovr
it es ,.tablished hee.


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aSok bowl


4ese Pserve C.., wbvl 3.


fay-0hole typewriter for ale. Ap-
ply 6a ofice.
A few newspaper files for sale. Ap-
ply at Sun office.
New stock of buggies a wagons.
Umnter & Edwards.
Blank leases for sale at thl office.
Price .1 per hundred.'
Only purest Ingredients used In our
baking. Keystone ,Bakery.
Wanted-Room to store furniture
in. Address Room, this office
Stone Jars and churns for sale at
a bargain. Saunders & Earle.
ARGO, ARGO, ARGO, ARGO, ARGO,
ARGO, ARGO, ARGO, ARGO, ARGO.
T. F. Jennings of Crystal River was
transacting business in this city yes-
terflay.
gave your money and buy groceries
at cost at Oliver's, commencing Wed-
nesday morning.
Blue Ribbon Lemon is the finest ex-
tract of its kind obtainable. Try it
and you'll say so.
SFor Sale-Two Clyde Line tickets,
Jacksonville to New York and return.
Apply at this office. .
Mrs. J. Gilbert Taylor has gone to
Columbia, S. C., whpre she will be the
"guest of Mrs. George Taylor for a few
weeks.
Miss Chastaine Saunders of Bell
has arrived in the city, and will be
the guest of relatives here for the
next few days.
John Kite of Hague, one of the old-
est and most widely known residents
of that section of the county, was
trading in the city yesterday.
C. J. F letcher, R. H. Doke and J.
R. Scott of Trenton, all of whom have
been here in attendance upon the
court, returned to their home yes.
torday.
G. Hartwell and A, T. Kelley, man-
agers of the big veneer mill and box
and crate factory at Prairie Creek,
were business visitors to Gainesville
yesterday.
Compare quality every time you
compare prices and you will see that
Zeigler Bros'. shoes for ladies and
Misses will always stand the test.
L. C. Smith.
W. Stanley Hanson, the clever trav-
eling representative of The Tampa
Morning Tribune, was in the city yes-
terday in the interest of that excellent
South Florida daily.
Rev. E. A. Sample, the Presbyter-
ian minister of North Carolina who
has been here for the past few weeks,
left yesterday for Tyler, where he
will fill an appointment today.
The regular meeting of the Twen-
tieth Century Club will be held at
the presence of Mrs. Foster, Monday
afternoon., May 13th, at 4 o'clock. Mrs.
L C. Lynch, Prm.; Miss Clara Pound,
Cor. Sec.
Hon. R. A. Burford of Oeala, one
of the most widely known and most
successful lawyers in Florida, return.-
ed to his homne yesterday, after spend-
bg a couple of days in attendance at
the court hosere.
Lost-Two pointer syps; one entire-
ly white, other white and Iver spots.
Bad collar on wMt my name (W. A.
Htalle. Live Oak. Pla.) Liberal reward
for their retis, to me at GalesviUlle,
Via. W. A. Halle.


ProL. B. T. AlIen, for the past term
Sprladpal of the Newberry ebool. was
Sthe elty yesterday. Prof. Allen
ably amegld dwing ter tor
t edosed by Mie MinKie L A, a"
of the m ost empestt tady teachers
to the ownrty.
m Afteso is esalmt th ehage
. a vertiminat of Mrs. Wuheo
mo aenms eewho I Do wpeor.
ea"c ma


famm house
Address F.
Mrs. Ch
turned to horo
a pleasant iMfs" P. 1 o*
stein in this ."
For Salea hetland oy
harness anid Quiet. o o
dren to ride "-rt Apply i. RPa*
sey, N. Gainovt1e "i.
It la important, tat yo04 see our
line of hosiey. We haWe lasce sle
and. gauze Ile in black and whlts,
for ladies,' MSes and childrt. L.
Smith.
S uit C lub- $ I a w eek--N w ee t-.
olub of 60. Uaeh week one man gets a
fall aoit. E.d of 25 weeks every Usa
in the elrb has anew suit. For pa *
tieulars see Bebnhardt & Diets, The
raileor. .
For stomach troubles, billiousneas
and constipatson try Chamberlain's
Stomach and Uver Tablets. Many
remarkable cwrfs have been effected
by, them. Price 25 cents. Samples
tree. For sa"e by all druggists.
Don't forget that every dollar's
worth of grooefes and store fixtures
at Oliver's will be otfered at absolute
cost. Sale star Wednesday morning
and will last as long .as we have $
dollar's worth left A. B. Oliver.
Every grocery store should carry
Argo Red Salmon. It the Aalesmen
have not yet called on yoe, drop a
card to the ,ilaka Packers' Asso-
ciation, Atlanta, Qas wherg our tem-
porary advertla g offices are located.
Quito a good deal of excitement
was caused on the West Side of the
square yesterday afternoon by a tall
light-haired man who insisted that- he
was the man with the Walk-Over
shoes on his feet and a satisfied ex-
pression o hht fae as advertised for
by Hyde & Teach.
Friends of M W. John Chesnut, who
has been lnditpoed at her home with
fever for the a two weeks, will be
gratified to learn that she is nImprov-
Ing very rapidly. Mrs. Ohesnut, who
is an enthusiastto member,of Kirby
Smith Chapir, U. D. C.. and a dele-
gate to the State convention in Jack-
sonville, was deprived of the pleasure
of attending on count of this illness.


NEW


BANK



Our long delayed bank fix-
e have at last arrived and
we are now,4pen for business
We want YOU-Not some-
body else, but YOU--to start'
an acoogat in our Savings Do
partmmt

Coaleince now-get In the
hab of saving a part of yoq
weety rw monthly eamaip,
and put It in our Saving Deo
pa U mt where it will ars
latewgI while you sleep.
NothiaM will make you feel so
Indsepdset as a Wee Daub


We "mat one thousad do-
poeiter within the neut sisty
days.
We cBeit the sesoMats of
merehatts., rporSoems
farmers and lndlvidu sSib-
Jet to dec k. No bt" st l-
lowd o deposits Ws et to

We WN be pleUed toW
ye begM onse ofS &t a


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SAL


MONDAY we place on sale the best f
' sotment of Plain and Colored LawA^
and Organdies ever shown at the low
Special price of-your choice for


'lOC Per Yard
See front center counter.



MONEY -BACK SILKS

We have secured the sole agency of
the celebrated Money-back Silks-every
yaid guaranteed or your money back.
The regular price of the best grade is
$1.75 per yard all over the world, but we
have decided, in, or4er to INTRODUCE
the silk in this section, to make the price

$1.5I. per yard
for the month of May.

Come to Fee us. Our store is not the
biggest but it iq the be Wn this section.


Mrs. R. Wilson


% STRICKLAND BARN BURNED.


Building and Contents Destroyed by
Pire Pew Nights Reently.
Information has reached this city
to the effect that the barn of W. A.
Strickland, together with its contents,
was burned at Paradise a few nights
ago, entailing a loss of about 1400.
with no Insurance.
Mr. Stricklaud has made no state-
meriont in the matter, although he was
In the city yesterday. Neighbors
state, however, that the barn was well
ilhed with feed-stuff, and the loss
will be a serious one to the owner.
The fre .is said to have originated
by rate gnawing matches.

smotey and mortgage deeds for
rale as tile Ofee. Fifty een toper doe.
oe or $800 per hundred.
f you watch for the Items on Arip
RE Salmon you will find om verM
IastresUng things about Alals anp
the Salmon tiniustry, of whish very
Little is known In this country. "Arg-O
is a household word whoever this
Salmon has been introduced.
Wanted-Men to lear barber trade,
Wonderful demand for bftersN; Iw
weeks completes by pnaseW espe.
lnes. careful Instructions dema.
strations sad xMMaatmoeu ; dfthmsi
gmated, tools giva. peose" _
top wages paid. Write mrWMits.
Moler Barber College, Atbtolixa..or
New Orleans, La. .
]Dr. Armstrong. the wlWO eYe
specialist of Jackswle, o Mes
nOy pUents &ader pAeit In
OaUaesvml for varlus ts tO eye
troebles. sapvovus hea sebs m a -ny
chronic da, asm1 Miso e ng
with marked moew i his- dro
less treatment. MuaW t theOe who
v* miomred for Yorm with head
acs, tomaemh t s te. have
bem east ly e the Doctors
syrte e. e anb bo M ere Monday,
May l3tha-4 ds sW .
Anmie the IM.O viWttors to
this ey vwdtOrday L. A. Dtr
of New Tork.'sMI mi" e msr
for theO Amsermae Pi 4ad Wire Cow
pay. This was isit to "115*
E aM be was w
.emtslamles ak. he was
through Whe er hom the

fy. Mr. 11DefIsh t"
i t .a e *-*t:


The Contnei
CAISR.ARTAURANT.
(Next so Poetoles )


NOT109. I"
B01ginning April let we will pi
opt Pummmer rvneto of4 per wovk-w-i
tnesleu-and $4 ersdinx ftisess* 019046'
If d16aftu 14 ~ei~vtos~gtj esep.0.
Wlare slvestle a to, los rlog sostcv%~

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