Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01114
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 15, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01114
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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too hbig nd too
, but .u*#a6y

i whih wre to
ile aaleat n"I-e.

M n"tl1uer toam .

market w-e repOted
was a harp advance
t and untevorable
Sorthwt. At 10
tvly wheat wase l--
an' Septeaber al
having 4ropped back
# seling pressure.
to the board of trade
tW hour tter the open-
wildest that has been
since the collape of
ar ln 1848. Brokers
fat fntl efforts to fill
ia)I, but In many cases
i'4 btuy within two or
It the eOpNeoted price, so
Ia lfotuations,
-Oauen Aelident ae
m ay 14.-4koek
Wra ea No. 5, tat
phis and title bck
was wiaNked abuet I
oact of here saturday. Th%
i chud by spreading ralls.
le killed, but several were
he Injured:
kitt,. express message 4
P. of UIttle Rook: left
ad body badly bruaied.
SKellton, Uttle Rock,

M. Webster, ArgeM-
41houlder dislocated.
'. P. Burrett, Argentima,
is datleated aad badly

#ed were taken to Uttle
special train. The ena
We. baage ocar and two
e06 over and were badly

Honored Swead.
., May 14.-Meombers ot
No. 6, 0. E lk)Oly
ter, celebrated at a
Saturday night in
*. 8Swead, a member
I"Tavias a fund. the
Was to be devoted I
SOf the klad in his
r asmeamblng Is
S the members
s. Datoaur.
ul h I l

S"s MEM^IMIN dalWt.J" s fljSj HAS CAUSED

Se toL AW*cous 0 OF OF $5,000,000
Otf len1t0 ovie .th Cty of Dr. Wpmt, of t whi wa ,f
zilo,, plubUaibq4 ah Monday. the first physian to re -
President as gavW 4 cementt of Batal, it Band Watw a.riwea sunday atshbt. aind t Longphoramen's Strike Is Par.
@he felings M Kele tp;ar-d OGute- apl story of the tObi soe i
OmWl and his 4de6a. r dying the U B t F O. that be witnessed. Tibe mot patht-
tition prail of the ,-- *- le lbident was the Aatha of t )ri -
,f trial Ameriloaa pt les. TNHIIRTY AM RMPORTED KILLED and groom at almo% the sM litant,o THRY STIL.L CONTINUE FIRM
Mexico," i. ad1 9 though- .. e ach betlevin tgat tI ohr ( iUe -- -
eat all this to0abi wl~V atemala, Train Going at Terrifl ped- Run ived. I. N Dlleab aes Id Ompers, President of the American
Wch came so Be a n or 'l'as into bride were members of theb version -
rar, malmned to tr lit"d Int o Into Defehive whiteh andd i ,Cil *party, and were throw from th# oam Federation of L.-abor, Has Been
friendlypower. That attlfde Is still Plettly Weok --wrockage Attr- on opposite ides of the track as it Called Upo to Endeavor to Bring
maintained. ew-, a 4p o t want to war&dyt rok Ire. reeled over th ground. Both were About a Pease Conference.
shitaed blood. o bwio the GatoMank mortally lanjured, but retained con- '
government ty'error of their ways, Santas ,para, Oa.., May 14.- sooueneus and exhibited remarkable "lew York, May 14.-There is no
ad will n qo reeOt to that extrem While ahurrylg northward ovef the bravery. The wtfe's first thought chAio tfor the better In the dock a.t-
measure Uaie LM overt at or In- coat ia* Of the eogSthern ltacfll was for her liusband sad the hubusuatl weaused by the strike of the
suit be oohittbWtd rio wilwesmand railroad' atrday afternoon, ol 'a bandt s i st thought was for Mhs wife.! lonishormen.-
the'Jnfllctioi bi Mdew d a' short, wArd bould, afitr af wi k Of frSater- r"Tell my wits that I am all rigltt," Freight is piling up at an eno: mnou
bsarp puntshneatt Isla in L AL,146 Shrlners, tiormured Uleabogen to the phyal* rateat all the docks, -and apparent-
"It it t bwotes es-fta-ry to have of mlWI To eapt, od Buffalo, and elan. 01 her a y lot and let s ly' the steanihip companies have but
War, we will Kit" t ery brief Rajah T1m1 t -, Pa., with know how she is." Ifew mee o move it. The blockade
one. Moeico';Sr p t woedeful de- their fainlB Ho i a, were har*b Mrs. aipenbogea In return seat a is eoas much ineonvenlence ,
*lopment and e must not be e into the mtidof death, wbeathoir message of love to her bsbaad, with shippers aad merchants, transp,)4:a-
oadered by aft k drawn out con. special train, ru ning 50 miles an the asauacc4 that she was il.right. tion comphnles and strikers are l'o)-
lot. The blow, If struck, will be hour, struck defective switch at Before the physI1la0 eo0ld chrry An- ing thousands of dollars daily. The
eard and quiek." Hobd, a l neiy station on the stut other message, both pags*6 away. lows to shipping Interests alone i;
President DIta ten reviewed the Wasts of the PIlPlde Beach, deraninn Dr. Ware was comppfled to use rtif1 sad to aggregate $5,000,000 thus far
events leadlta up to the pieent if-. the train, smeshlog the Coacles Int wood for pillows a"af tut up while the lose in wages to the long
ferences with Qaat4 nals down to the filuders, killing thirty-one almost in sheets on the train for bandageS shoremen also rune into-seven figures.
withdrawal of the iexoican minister, stantly, and lajuring more than a H. Thornton, the head of a larp Neither side hi) thus far shown any
"not," he said, "with the Idea of sev- cNor. party of Shriners from Meridian, disposition to surrender, but the prv-
eting diplontle. relations, Urt to get The wreck occurred at 2:15 o'dlock, Miss., who came through from Los action was made that one side or the
him out ofrthe way of receiving any one hour and forty-five minutes after Angeles on the second seotloo of the other must soon give way as thz
insVit Lfom tbat government which the conclave visitors forming a mer- wrecked Shriner special, is at a ho- astirke is pafalysing the ocean trtim"
would compel Mexioo to administer a ry party, had spent all the motrang tel here. He Is a railroad man of of "the port, a condition that mer-
denerled pu0tehment by fotne of SIlgtseelng la tlanta Bar#ara. many years' experience, and is not~chants cannit long permit to continue.
ar s. There ,the matter rests, for There was no warning of the Im- satisfied that the disaster was caused Acording to the ;:rike leader.,
the time. That is why there Is no pend: *; dalger. The 9ecIlal plunged b> a defective switch. According to, 30,040 stevedores are, on strike in
war. It fs only a temporary condl- down (bhe effective switch, and In sai his statement, the sleepers were obt Manhattan, Brooklyn and Ho')!en,
t.oa, however." Instant the big locomotive, baggage badly affected by the wreck and arn and considering the number of miin
oar,' diner ad Pullman, coupled with largely Intact. They were flung in out, the strike Is remarkable for the
Girl ODies a Rejult of Assault. it, were hurled together In a hIeV every direction, one of themorn ahead lack of disorder. There have bepn
Chattanooga, Tenn., May 14'-Mlis pile of wreckage. The engine hot of the engine, but they G not 00ol- a few scenes of disorders, but tht,
Noneda Taylor, the young girl who forward on.*e broken track, tearing lapse. The s8ea rabtleo men-- Irows have been of no great miagn-
Was rimInally assaulted by Md John- up the rats and ties and twsting-the hers of the Mytio Shrine consisting tude, and have been easily controlled
son, a ne'gr, Jaiuary 8, 190(1, and hugs Irun spans Iate fihn boeokd,'Whe of, Islam Temple0, and their wives, by the police.
for which crime the negro was lyaph- baggage car half buried Itself ton the 4nd daughters, whbq were In attet- The olvic federation, despite t
ed by a mob on the county bridge two sand on the riglt side of the loco- aUce at the conclave of tIh order In rebuts of last week, will this wke
months later, died Sunday night at motive. It was smashed almost to Los, Angeles, retuared here and we renew its efforts to settle the strike
her childhood home In 1ladtay, 0., of kindliln wood the first to arrive Since the fearful by arbitration. In this connec',mn
nervous trouble, brought about by the The dining ear, in which were thir- trends wreck at Hondo. It is stated that Samuel Gompers,
awful crime. Miss Taylor was the ty-two persons, eating their noonday -- -. president of the American Federation
19-year-old daughter of the superta- meal, leape6 Into the air, was thrown Heoun Dynamited; Four Killed. of Labor, ha& been called upon to
teodent of Poreot Hill cemetery, and directly on top of the demiolshed IRuston, La., May 14.-Unknown endeavor to bring about a peace cou-
the efirme was oomantlt.d at the en- locomotive. Nearly every person 14 pereMo set off a charge of dyna-, ference.
trance to the cemetery. this. coach was instantly killed. i mile or some other high explosive
Soores were scalded by *team em- here under the house of Sam Cook, CELEBRATES ANNIVERSAPY.
Was Killed In Drunken PlFght. eaplng from disconnected pipes In a anero, Sunday morning, blowing
Chattanooga. Tena., May 14.-A the kitchen on the diner. the house to pieces amid killing Cobk Landing of First Permanent English
speciall from Hales Bar, ea the T-. The terror and turmoil of the scene and four other neogroes sleeping in a Settlers on Jamestown Island
eaesse Aiver, about thirty Oime be- was ndesecribable. Many of those front room. Pour negroes said to Norfolk, May 1 .-Tho celebra ion
low Ohattanooga, states that while who escaped death by the first lnpact have been sleeping in another partI here Monday oa Jameatows Island, 40
both were drinking, J. P. i M na were crushed by the rear coaches of the house, escaped. The entire, miles up the James river for the thir-
and Aneon Burllitagae, mployes of hurled upon the wreckage. town was shaked by the *zploioa. tieth ananverstry of the landing t,~"
the Oltver-Gunter Co., agdi lan 'The wreckage took Are frota the' and for a tUsime much e ettmemt pre- of the first permanent English set-
Sdiffioulty la which the fo was coals of the engine, but WM astin*- valed. There s. as yet, no edlew tiers under Sir Christopher Newpor.
killed. Death resulted from a ltow gulahed In a few minutes by the pas- to the perpetrator, but a coroner* John Smith sad others, w&s held
on the neck with a small wooden to41 pagers who escaped Injury., jury was Impaneled soo after the under fair skies and coondt'ons ti
1t the hands of FIeklus. It was some time after the wreck explosion and to making every *oeort every way .uspclous.
had occurred before a word of it to get at the bottom of the crime. e. The exercises on the island we:
Would Quarantee Pease In Orient. reaoed the outside worM. As soon directly under the auspices of the -
London, May 14.--Aeeoeoag to the as one of the uninjured tralamen Dieee To Hef'Ie*l*on. clety for the preservation of V'irgn.
Toklo correspondent of the Times, could make his way to the #tatlon, Savannah. Ga., May 14.--Wednes-' antiqutlu Joseph Bryan, of R -
lraneo-Japaease enatete Is welcomed word of the wreck was ad l4d to day the seventy-ninth annual conven.' mond, Va., pre ed and the invwca-
to Japan with joy. The leading railroad headquarters ana at San tion of the diocese of Georga will be tion was offered by Blabop R&nd,'lP
newspapers there declare that the As.- ls Obtispo. Special trains waer ar-, held Ina that city and matters of a of the dioese of southern Virxini
glo-Japaqese understauing Is th raned for, and a corps of hybdcians great deal of importance to tMi church The pinilg address was delivered bY
father ana the Anglo*-lnae agree- nad nureos gathered hurriedly and are to be oousidered and ated aoatJ Eoveraor 8watso, of Virginia. & "
meat the mother of thi susploos were seant to the asaene of the wreck. The sessions of the convention wi Britih Ambawedor Bryce follow
progy which needs only the acelu- The accident was oame ef the mot be weld in Christ eharch, wheh wa with a a aM ,'the sabject of wi ,
alam of Rueala to guareatee aasolute diatetrous that has ever occurred on served as rector by Joha Wealer, la was *Orys rom the Od Wo-
peace In the Orient. the Southern Paclib railroad, the early days of the colony. Th' to the NOw."
..- question of mpam at 'limportmee to Ll*eteanet Govraor Ulison, of 't-
Report NoMt Quite AsouOft,' Fit of Wrek News Reeved. come up t tMs meeting will be the alnia, tabueed Ooverorm Swan,
Tok t ho lMa I .-- ne tort l2 la~ Anles. a1., May 14-A dies- propositle to divide the present dio- a. Mr. Brm Introduced Am "a-
D94lia that the United ases d ath received here dsoM boa eeh e lanto a northern M a souther der Brye. A choir composed o
Japan were negotiating a treaty re- the rst news of the wrek at 5ond e_ students from the histe ic Wilt,,t
guarding Interests ln the far siat, Is reebi4 the raieof d et als. It is '"' 4 ,d Mary ele at Will o t ,brs
not gette accurate ., It is eplalned Geeala e the rhoad wr it re, Qer Assembly Psbyterisane. was in attendac.. mad Bishop
that the matter beitn arranags is meadle o thas when the w the srrerrd, Oomb O., May 14.-The gem- w-o In diocdsea, Vir ats. A
Uerely a demarkation of the rights of s r al I other clerty, Paestcrterla
the two constries tI the PhitpgleMs, cpad hid with tnleap ltr-' Korea sad Manchuriae. eat pr'iadhed for such purpose, sue .. .. whe reports .et-
-_______, eeeded ,I tapping mO of the da- It. amed Tryad. weg wIu New ot
is Charged with Praud. poro wirs So s this e ree, d. r the fhut tim tle New York. 1.s'"eh
iartebalt, owieagd, May 14.-e4e th the San LultaC Oblepe iI* h tue vote for reunton, deleate flag itoMaer Majetilc. which salt
urastall, of CwItoad, has bee- ar. told eO the wrick. The me at the toe Queorland Pre sbyt,, c.l-_s Queftoliwwn sd Iverpo on W0
rested here upos the demand o e ether end of the line mebid him will be matt il ,'e asembly ea delo* mt'] o tAae. tb the D*s rona r
German authorittl barred with i belertl n some ome was _ll esgto, sad the umoa of the turn ne. et mail under th* *

fraud, It is alHeOedthat Bure"tIl puWMSK osTbeto iwei-- 'sa Vtme'ta t iwa
obtained $16.860 last moth k ewInm, a OliruatioS oathis m"ty, u jatlJS illbe maAeD.OW.
lad o Mnihhet'sis1*0 oanductor read a copy of Mhis mm *ft -?amiei.Th m"lI1
he was bothrotbe$. He had $12,3V x" henw a Inatlj(Ini, aMy14.
In hisDoifo"ONWb"taenino NA to Banta Rarbiar.mandether SM26. 1k YOU' M" 08 #*.
custody. Poo" 0
the as pi Junile. ubaf' low tt-
Dead at Ripe*OW AgepPStIO M 4'Jhe aser. V"
SOeW Ymrk.%May 1 towne~s~ 5~s iten 00100i a t.0 ~ m ~ p~.fe
ilalse Hawelt ~ne t~-h'is
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Le.lItuer, S. iuwinerin
8S. history, Flotda his.
geography, English


La. Hamllton, prinopal
o ftrl, partmont of tho
Sc2ho, primary methods,

tm, dea of the Normal
0 the Florida ollee for
lpal hology, ped-
odurant, professor of an-
W orlda Colles tor
clvil Igovertnent.
oeil, jotr rf natur.
'or14a Colte fotr Women,
i physlU;i
Wl Uarms, professor,of his-
College for Women, gen
United States and Flori.
politltl geography II.
printcpal of the Palatka
l, glish literature, phy-
political geography

*Id, principal of the Live
Iool rhetotie. English
,oo.Mpoalqto, orthography.
S printplpt of the

;Iike f oin the out.
ltit a glance on the
Le will'qoglvlO you that
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ord Cleanable
(6 Itsoe; nwo; othitrs
11i wlldot for
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Aa4~uuaoI the..
~vIp~*i#if thql

Y~ew hoi

Orlando High Ahool, arithmaetip IL.,
algebra, pab ty, tIgneoomqet7.
Miss Row&a ioga e, oauor
of sngllah, Nioral Department Florl
da College fot Wmen, primary meth-
ods, reading.
The faculty of the Tdlfters', umr-
mer Training School located at the
Colored Normal 'Sehool, Tallahassee,
will be announced later.


Will Soon be PFI'lah-One of Hand-
someett | Stht*.
The new Orph& building, corner
iakt Main ad Mt Mechanic streets,
which taO been t uder coaise of erec-
tion for the poet few months, will soon
be completed, and *111 be one of the
handsomest and most modern office
building of t6o State. The lower
floor will be psed V* stores, while the
upper will be devoted to offices.
It is understood that already the
stores and offices have been enFtge.,
and will be occupied as soon as pos-
alble. One of the stores will be o6-
cupiled by Saunders & Earle.


Committee from City of Sumter, S. C.,
Was Here Monday.
. A committee of prominent citizens
and off iqals from Bumter, 8. C.0
spent Monday In this city, having
come to inspect the sewerage system
now being 'installed here.
The city of Sumter is preparing
to construct a system of sewerage,
and this committee is tivestigating
the various systems of the country
now under course of. construction.
They have also been to Palatka, and
were accompanied to this city by
Wm. W. Lyons, civil engineer.

Mr. Pendrel Here.
Among the visitors to this city Is
John Pendrel. traveling passenger
agent of the Clyde Une,. who makes
his winter headquarters In Jackson-
Mr. Pendrel has been working Flor-
Ida for several years, and there is not
In the State a more widely known
or more popular young man. He has
trtbnds front Jacksonville to Key
West. and In always welcome among
"I want to congratulate Oaines-
villl on the raptd development made
here," Mr. Pendret remarked.' "Gaines-
ville has a fine reputation over the
State as being a progressive. up-to
date city, and it is a reputation well
deserved, as is demonstrated by the
continuous Improfement. I consider
Gat e ville the ladln interior city
In Florida. and from' observation, .1
Venture that there will be a popula-
tion of 26.000 here within the next
eight or ten years." %
Mr. Pendrel Is here In the interest
of his line.

Good Words for Chamberials~ Coqk
PeoFlle e where take pleamr hi
tetltfytn t the good qualities of
Chamberlaa'e Cough Remedy. Mr.
Award P iUps. of Barclay, M4..
writes: "I wsah to tell you that 1 ean
recomamad Cham-berlains On
Remedy. My UittlU grL Oatheda,
who Is two yean oeM has -bee taking
this remedy whemeve she haMs ba
a cold since ahe was two a oate
old. About a month ago w wtrace,
a dreadful cold my"e. ut I
Chamberlata's CoAgh Reaedy sat w
OMa as wetn as *ve.** TW veidy
is tor Wae o all Odwae
.-. . -

Bh, Stationer
Ok-.. n' _,

was, 'i Wi.I

Was Well K-WnX a# eplar hI"
d nM tAe A sido IQOD BREAD

late or last eight*
tA, \idasi GISESTION
stat W. D. Se.lger dropped reo 'H
, W- the street at Waldo daring tW egr*i*d of "thatir
Ianta having been 'aleted with 4F wie ry SOggybreadi
S 0 throw of a stroke Qf apoplexy or h rt trouble.
SMr. seller was about fortyix Ift R O8' 0 FAULT
years of age. and was oe of the
most widely known o of Waldo, jiSl.odo. wholesome esi
W. ep he hab resided virtually all~ fresh every d
LA!s life., '' T1[N BAK ERV,
Deceased is murvlwd by a wife and KBYSTNB BAKERY,
two ldren, Mus ia and Harry, A ,h, 3a > T. 8CHAFEB. EPre.
OFF tp T. PtTERSBUR4. to whom the sympathy of the corn-
mutilty Is extended. t 1 I
Delegation Will Attend Meetin of -No Information further ,ua the n Ii ALU Uu
tatq Hei4leuoural Assootatlim. fact that Mr. elgler sad ly edX. 411.
Geo. R. ied, W N. Wilson, Deead w abro r of Mrp. j. o an
Warner, IY. HlM HI8. Orave, Per H. Alderman and Miss B oche Sf ler .
dinand Bayer and Prof. and Mrs. P.. of this city, who re noticed of the
H. Rolf havione to St. Peterebwt, nby telophoes Iat niht.
where they *ll4speond the remainder _____ i
of the weeIk attending the twentieth THI CIRCUIT COURT.
annual session of the Florida pta.e t. Aat Bicycles. Repairinx
Hortioultural Soclety, of which Prof. Second Day of $*Aord Week Was 9usy 4 1. Electrical wurk
Rolft is the president. One-Two Importnt Conviotlon. f allU kinds.
The 'meettng began Tuesday, and The circuit court was busily en-
will continue until Batutday. A most gaged durih Tuesday, may cases 1 3. W T. UNION SI
Interesting program has been arr of Importance having been taken up UNION S .
ed, and a rnong the speakers will be and disposed of. o '1 T N
the following from Gatnesvlle. The court was ed to order a t E. 'H. MARTIN
"Control by Natural Means, .Es- 9 a. m., His Honoy Judge Wills pre-
peciBly the lungi," by Dr. E. W. siding, with State Attorney Long pres- Practical
Berger, Plorqda Experimental Station. ent. Cabinet--Maker
Talk bn strawberries by E. E. Can- The following cases were submitted
non. to Jury and verdlets rendered: 208 E. Xain st.S.
"Lime, and Some Effects of Its Use," State vs. Willard Moore, murder. Oppweite P. 0.
by Prof. A. W. Blair, Florida Experl- Defendant called, evidence and ar- Roll-Top Deiks
ment station. gument subnAtted, and verdict of and all F kinds of
E. B. Cannon and Prof. Blair expect guilty of murder in second degree. s made to orderiat
to make their departure for St. Peters- State vs. W. Singleton, assault with factory prices,and
burg today. Intent to murder. Defendant arraign- satisfaction guar.
Gainesville now has a strong so- ed, case submitted, and verdict pf anteed. Call and
city, and an elfort will be made to guilty of aggravated assault. see designs before
secure the next annual meeting of the State vs. James Bldckwell, aggra- PAIR ING A SPE-
Assoclation here. The society is corn vated assault. Defendant called, case CIALTY.
posed of many of the leading horti- submitted, and verdict of not guilty. ______
culturists of the State, and much After the transaction of some other
good has resulted through their or- business of minor Importance, the
ganization, as it affordsaw opportunity court adjourned untR Wedaesday
for tie exchange of practical ideas morning at 9 o'clock. SAM W. OILJORE, Prop.
relating to fruit growing.
..... In the Mayor's Court. Oppeite Fire Station.
NEWBERRY WILL REBUILD. Ben Adams, colored, was arraigned
-ii the mayor's court Tuesday morning For WllteS 0nly.
Merchants and Property Owners Have upon a charge of being drunk and
Great Confidence in Town. Oasorderly, and was assessed a fine of SEAvE, 10 NT.
Parties arriving from Newberry, $2.50 and costs. FIFT1Zr YEARS' EXPERIENCE
which was recently visited by a con. Will Hughes, for disorderly conduct,
flagration which burned two-thirds of was fined $2.50 and costs. mo
the busluess district, entailing a loss Marvin Mason and Riley, Jackson, BROWN HOUSE
of about $100.000. report that the for reckless driving, were released OWNHOUSE
property owners and merMchanthave after-a reprimand by De mayor, who I

of the town, and the burned reckle es of the driver of a-team lRAPTPrp.
district will be replaced by new and might be. k iA r ep.
biemslrtl woi k of pl& kitds e~ec~ted
better buildings as rapidly as the mA.- pAcdt ai s oa up-todat manner.
terlal can be secured. Accidentally Shot and Killed. otr bu s*olm worMen en-
Newberry is the metropolis of the .Glenovllle, Oa., May 14.-B. A. wteo ee.
phosphate berlt, and is town of ads, of this phace, was acldentally AsbareofthepabIptronaesoeltsC
s bl, a i aonfshot and killed at Jesaup Saturday.
great commercial Importanceq. The He had recently returnud from At- .
merchants have eujoyed a remarkably lanta, where he has bees taking a A Th un
successful trade, and with the new cm I dtistry. Advertise I The uD.
llta Itt c alculflatAd that thi town will .....

be more attractive from a commercial
standpoint than ever. Ji. M. O(AAM, PpeiMeat
.. uo. W. vaM, VI.P*e.eldemt L
Mo Gets a RaiseTHI
Moses Sherman. for the past tour
years Janitor of the court house. and
one of the best and moat faithful ser- O
vants the county has ever had had s 4sA
bees raised n salary (rom $25 to 30 .... UNLTED STATES Dl
ipr month. effective during the past
month. aptal........ .............
Moses has been faithful to his trust. Srpl ...... .
lie has not only attended to the af-
fairs of the position to which he wasu utertm Paid on Savings AeeoIe antId Oertiea
appointed, but baa used his best ef- Tu a Promp*l
orts to impro,\ the court boise lawns
and surrouudingo, which has required
a great deal of work.
"",, -,d m,.,. not G. S. MERCHAT
There is seldom a morning % hen S. V| RCHAP
the sun comes up that M Sai 1> not
there to greet it, and be es toW work R eo am Job" I
with a willingness and a desire to give
the public something I. landscape
aordeoing that they will fll proud

o1e" I an alaound good man. F Iy
a&d eoe who the public appwclates. O"TH UIDE SOQUARE.
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We letredu eI d ood W 1n
auding Many _0ills *i rd Rea*
,.^4th arpow, ,
Were Busy During uV
Two sessions .ot t-i 6 ;"ad an
extended aftareo ; e
Se ,te. each bu y .e marked the
frst day of the L atP06 .week. It
wa a great day r t tl bills, e.-
peclally affect and
when message. rA the 1BOM came
over to the Senate lca bills in num-.
ber went through A I a ruh.
prominent among theM w~s the new
Jacksonville charter i eb paF
ed through both hOtis as quick as
the Fort Brooke propositi n of Satur-
The municlpality of the city of
South Jacksonville waa created, so0
far as the Senate was concerned, in
a very few minutes after the bill was
introduced by Senator Bucklilan.
The municipality of Port Brooke
was declared abolished by the Crane
Senate bill of this afternoon.
The national constitutional conven-
tional ideas of the SIolalist member
of the House, Mr. Pettigrow, were
very effectually tilled In the Senate.
It was nearly 7 o'clock, when the
Senate adjourned and this body will
Tuesday and in the future meet at
The "third house" is in session to-
night, which is an eyent of every
session, and well attended, by mem-
bers of the first and second, and by
citizens generally.

The Senate wps called to order at
4 p. m.. President Harris in the chair.
Twenty-eight Senators answered to
roll call. The following new bills
were Introduced:
By Mr. Buckman-Relating to bur-
glarv, with explosives.
By Mr. Buckman-Amending Sec-
tion 3, Chapter 4971, laws of Florida,
entitled to an act for prevention of
cruelty to children and animals and
to rescue children fiom immoral sur-
By Mr. McCreary-For the relief
of A. J. DaCosta of Alachps county.
lby Mr. McCreary-To amend Sec-
tion 3752, Article 12, general statutes
of Florida, relating to game.
By Mr. Buckman-Authorliing any
city or town to levy a special tax for
the support of a free public library
and to authorize such city or town
to enter into obligation for the sup-
port thereof.@
Senate bill No. 394, by committee on
finance and taxation-An act for
sessment and collection of revenue;
2W copies ordered printed.
fly Mr. Broome-Preecribing loca-
tion of monument in LAke City comn-
memorative of the battle of Olustee
ani The officers and soldiers engaged
ther*in: 200 copies ordered printed,
and made special order for Thursday
at 1.:;', a. m.
, v Mr. Hudson-RegolatIng width
of tire. of certain kinds of veb lele
ha'hlng freight or passengers 0o hard
or improved roads, etc.
Th Senate then proceeded to eon-
I**dration of House concurrent resole-
tion No 2"---Requesttag COatnW to
cail a convention for the ppou e of
",'infg an amendment to the conatl-
tut of election of Ulited States
*'a'ors by direct vote. On motion
of '-nato, Beard. the resolution was
td irly postponed
currentt resolu on No.
tive to proposing amendment
to ,):Ititutlon of the United tlates
tx d.- for income Mad aineritance
a I so indSaftely 0o0tpoed
r: or f Senator Ussr, airbabn
tO.... iittAe of co-w----l.. .. ed--

N. Torn Im e
Ho bill NO. t47, iW Mr. Wataba
o .-bleclar m tow f Paala. t
De. to be a WiNW m ami

MW^ H4.adn, the ndee ww WaIVA

60"e bill No. bW Mr. j& iil.
of V u,"ahimps^f ?1 w o



Is tt evidence of sterling woeth
I, I Jt any woer that we recommend a
r utgerator oi such known quality Io oer
uo thousands of patrosu r
What we lsuarantee for
i ka e'iR a sMet mmt aM u WI
SB egees a Mlout
/trl e is htS to

le5 *lt h uM sec

They are perfect refrigerators in every re.
Spect and will Interest every housekeeper IIn
18ed of a new refrigerator
Y-t a ad

"Co rpd oay ew 28"tom0ny

waived, bill read second and third
time and passed 28 to 0.

House bill No. 471, by Mr. qNeel
of Jackson-To legalize Incorporation
of town of Cypress in Jackson coun-
ty was read and on motion of Senator
West of the Fourth, the rules were
waived, bill read second and third
times and passed 28 to 0.
House memorial No. 16. by Mr.
Lassiter-Requesting Congress for ap-
propriation for improving Holmes
rer In Washington county, was read
and on motion of Senator Clark, the
rules were waived, memorial read sec-
ond and third time and passed 25
to 0.

Jacksonville Charter.
House bill No. 484, 'by Mr. Farris
of Duval, relating to and affecting
tle charter and government of the
city of Jacksonville, etc., to abolish
present board of bond trustees, pres-
ent board of public works as now con-
stituted, to repeal all laws and ordi-
nances in conflict with this act, to
create new boards of bond trustees
and public works, to prescribe addi-
tional powers for mpayor of Jackson-
ville, etc., was read and on motion
of Senator Bucknan, the'rules were
waived, the bill read the second time
by title, the third time in full and
passed 24 to 0.
After some special order business
the Senate adjourned until Tues.
day morning.

'The House was called to order at
9:30 a. m.. Mr. Knowles in the chair.
Roll call, quorum present. Prayer
by Mr. Kilgore of Sumter. Correction
of journal.
House resolution No. 79. by Mr.
Malone of Monroe-Extending privi-
leges of hall to members of "third
house" at 8 p. m. Adopted.
Introduction of BIlls.
* House bill No. 476., by Mr. Watson
of*Dade-Incorporating town of Da-
ala, in Dade county; passed under
suspension of rules.
House bill No. 477. by Mr. Malone
of Mouroe-Relating to destitute lu-
House bill No. 478. by Mr. Done-
san of scedla--Organizlng county
court for Osceola county; puaed
Uoder suspension of rules, yeas 41,
ays 0.
House bill, No. 479, by Mr. Crqwford
of Orange-Establishing a light stand-
ard box for oranges.
House bill No. 480, by Mr. Harvell
of fSata Roeas-Requiring certati
coaaty officers to make reports to
State auditor.
Meenags were received from the
memt and WNis referred to the prop-
er casmlttoee
hAe bll No. 382, by Mr. Z=m-


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Get Rid of That Indigestion at Once
by Using Ml-c-na.
Elther \through slackness or opre-
lessneM hundreds of people slowly
poison themselves by chronic indiges-
tion. By nqelectpng to cure at once
any sluggishness of the important
organs of digestion the system Is filled
with fermenting and decaying food
that results in sick headaches, heart-
burn. bad tasat in the mouth, coated
tongii, specks before the eyes, sleep-
lessness, nervous troubles and the
many other symptoms that are the
direct result of Indigestion.
The want of a perfectly safe yet ef.
fect ie cure for indigestion and stom-
ach troubles in their many forms was
felt up to the time of the, sucessful
investigations that resulted in the pro.
duction of Mi-o-na stomach tablets.
They, quickly cure the worst cases
of indigestion, and the pain and dis-
tress which are often felt after meals
disappear in a very few days-such is
the wonderful curative power of MI.
The old-fashioned medicines for
stomach troubles merely digest the
food, while Mi-o-na strengthens the
digestive organs so that they soon
become able to care for the food that
is eaten.
Miona stomach tablets* cost but
566 cents a box and do more real good
than a dozen boxes of the ordinary
digestive tablets. J. W. MoCollum
gives an absolute, unqualified gar
antes to refund the money if Ml-o-na
fals to cure.

Grand Jury to Investipte.
Atlanta. May 11 -The grand jury
will probably mne.t this week and take
up the ca e of Fr(d Bush, who is
held in a $10.((10 bond on the charge
of sending an Infernal machine to the
bomre of Mrs, JulIa McCarthy, 447
East oio,!:a avenue, w.ere it explod'
"ed. wr\'( d< the. house, and camt near
killing M-.. Mr"arthy. The chrage
Against H,.,i 1is rP:ult with latest to
murder, andi F'iW'1tor Hill says The
semnAl- .if t ally bomb to any one
makes a t' lral case of sa assault
wibh l':. t'o murder. If the bomb
explodfs anl injulreCs a person. The
pualsbir-r' In Georgia for an assmult
wit&Jnt., ii murder is impprlsonment
Sp,. '4-lntlaryy from two to tea

Chdmberlain's Colle, Chelera and
Diarrhea Remedy.
ThUt is probably no medio*e that
I rlleUd upon with more tiapiUelt co-
liSes than ChamberiSla's Colic.
(las and Diarrhoea Rm>y. Dew-
ag the third of a esAWry ft whih
It ha bee in use. peaqe eve IAro .
ed tat it is the e remey that
m-- tails. When remel with
wmar and sweeteed f Ies paem to
wtaf or sale by a lld 0 .

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"M, 35do, SkIrsis not a &" of uleis L k
It Is asmo~slcoholic ta o& caWd~stIfe. Ask
yea "va deos a' Wout OUIs af h RedO&
iew for Skte. impure hiWe&d. 6s t$a#.
vI *Ta dvor t. He kows*95 4M611

Sensible Advice to Woamn o irs. ienry
rs. Frid Certia ad Pinkhanm.

^^P-^ ""^g^ ~ufa "" ">V

*tine, pVi. mei t didr 2-.' sw
the rule. ; "
House bill No. 20, by Mr.W
'of Dade-Regulating primary 4w
tons. Committee on judiciary
without recommendation. MV Wat
son withdrew the bill, as Mr. CaItR
of Alachua has a bill on the us ei
which the. judiciary committee Ba
reported favorably.
After an afternoon session the
House adjourned until Tuesday morn-
Ing at 9 o'clock.

Judson, May 14.-Dr. O. 8. Clystt
is having his office torn down and is
moving it to Trenton, and py that
he will have his dwelling house mov-
Sd as soon as they get his drug store
put up. Dr. Clyatt will be greatly
missed, as ne haj a very large brag%
twice. Some other good doctor wohld
do well to come to Judeon.
Mrs. R. S. Tucker went to New-
berry yesterday. She will visit rel-
ativesthis week. ,. ,
W. J. Watson and wife, who went
south to spend the summer, have re-
turni.d. He reports it very dry In
South Florida, nothing much being
grown on account of the drouth, and
he says that the orange trees are dy-
We have' had some fine showers
here, and tle crops arp coming out
nicely. The farmers are harvesting
their oat crops, which are very light
headed, as thesmade mostly without




Owing to modern methods of living a'r passing through Chan of
nOt one woman in a thomusad p. several months I suffered r ho
proachea this perfectly naturaleheage exmtrm nervousne, headache
without experiencing a train of "r lin"'s-. I had no appetite and
aoyi.ng and sometimes pal fat I had made my mind
symptoms.R Pi ... kha t' C0 m
Thisto is the most critical period of bad symptoms cgd. and it
whole existence and every woman sfdy trough U1th d ta r
O lets the care of her health up my system and I to exzcihnst
at me invites disease sad pain. I onaider I Lydia hInkasm V4M
n her system is in deranged C Om"y M w
eoAdlton or she is predisposed to thi trying ,---of '
pclexy or OOnfation of ay ar t" Mrs. Henry Lee, 00 Wiatq' -
t& edeoy oN at this per od Mew Haven, Conn., wriet e
lrely to beoome active and with a Dear Mrs. Pinkbam.,-
boltof nervous irritations make Uft a "After ig ntold mS
tu1od. At %his time also aboss dr i ofcc
ad towa afte more liable to f Lms
ad, begin their destructive work. IaneI si .
oeh warnnf sym toms a sense 0daa am owed your eadi,
ofa saoabation, otlahes, eadashmes, am well ad happy. I en ew
beiMkehe., melancholia, drea of la* whe and work as wen as
eadaf evil, palpitation of tkt heart., YJr !iU.13 b ldo S
it, const patin yda ls wiouts I
ms are promptly heeded by Intel. cmea gosvereuanfe
lieat women who are appma hlag Women passing through
the period of life when this great erikod should e rel nn
change may be expected. h m e b io
Mr. Fred Certia, 1014 So. L e.fayete. rdo'tunde stan
Street, Renad, Ind., wrtekham L l-,Ma n .. for
k"Jtamo Vftabl.ree and has udtedh
pe tibhe l medicine for w "health.
When a medicine hau tmasuccessful In restoring to
actually thousands of women you cannot well say withoutt
It, "I do not believe it will tlp me." It is your duty to
and family to try Lydia E PL har m's Veptablec Oom


Write for Illustrated 1907 emtulocE1o A4 ~rfrtm. OmPtle line corried Is
abisolent. State Aponte far the CILI ATID OLDS UAbOLlZ4K 35
tance Phone 514.a Ocean street.



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mathe r willet bethe hais
the. doe of the ernon the
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Sgmo ar 0'W. hich time the
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& .adIn", Rey, ad journs to atof
By, Rev, tendavetd by then
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I I, rithera will be a big mol e
I Ward of and a business *Re.-

aWarev. J. aksonvle, Reto
lay, Rev. J. ynod rurt of Paikson
t "h l INb amttnd . WilliamsRev.
r d" Of A0.W e odad wfRev.
d Jaok ove aW onvil. le. otte of
~w.d oa. Rev. J, B" Oart et of
SJ Waronvlren o ven Dozier of lleJack
Wyle of .Auguste, e 1. 8. Gr.dy,

r au!uep of Aptold Burt of Pa latwnn

SMR and Mrs. and. P. Whitney la
.1A aill, $of JafvenaDozter of Jack.
de a oand D. A.
oWibe and Mr. and Mrs. J.e.v
isutus e of ApalaebteclaS. RA. Swann
Mr. and Mrs. Itd P. Whitney lam
'eWomauIs Auxirty-Mrs. J. .
Mrs. R Daniels, Mrs.
itEaomu Mrs. Wellington, Mrs. Drew
.'Will~ssne, Mrs. A. ~. Gray, Mrs.
YOng of Jacksonville: Mrs. Herbert
Crook, Miss Oraee Reating, Miss
SMyrtle Holden, Mrs. Worden of Pa.
latka; Mrs. Leggett of St. Augustine,
Mrs. Emap Richard of' Stare.

Misi Neely Johnaon, who Mba been
visiting here for several mots. Left
for her home at Island,g rove Situr-
Sjay She was socouoaated by he
, two nloces, lIestie and la Belle Rol-

E. T. Allen and wife left SC t
for Porest Grove, where k
his regular appolatmeOt Sun-

" Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Hussey, Sr., of
eArcher spent Sunday and Meday
hrae. guests of their son. S. A. Hue
'pse. Jr.
Mrs. John 0. White and two chil-
Prank and Nelson, accompatied
Mrs Bea Wetherington, left Tue.
for Worthington Springs. where
will spend a few weeks reApeIr*

are esat quite a gloom over
S*wv. But the tomr are
M *ebWMIs la brick.
ot f Alaes a was her
00 tm as at- o the fam.
agy bft l3der for

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The average person does not realize
how much the bodily health depends
upon the proper action of the kidneys
and bladder, nor how widespread dis.
orders of those organs are. It. il
quite safe to say that they give phy-
sIcians as many sleepless nights on so.
count of their patients as do any of the
others. and perhaps it would 'not be
too much to joy that, directly and in-
directly, they are chargeable with as
much siaknmes as all the other organs
of the human body combined. As a
result of a vast amount of careful
study, many physielans are now us.
ing ith great sudieas In the treat-
ment of disorders traceable to the
tidneya and bladder a prescription
composed of % oz. Fluid Extract of
Buchu, % os. Fluid Extract of Uva
Urnl. I os. Amet Cordial, % os. Fluid
lExtract' of Liverwort and 15 aos. of
water. This Is administered In doses
of a tablespoonful three tiUmes a day
and while the treatment Is continued,
which, in order that all Impurities
be eliminated from the system, should
be for a month, the patleet is advised
to drink large qnatitUees of water.
The materials called for by the pre-
scription are carried In stock by
every firat-class pharmacy.

Sultan's Army Wine lstery.
Mellila, Morocco. May 14.-It Is
rumored here that the army of the
eiltan has won a great victory over
the lores of the pretended sear the
city of Marchica. The casuaUlIse on
both sides are reported to be heavy.
and the government troop are said
to have captured two h1dgred pris-
O *tr _..
If Yes Daet
heped the ret ta m a Bertse
and p wW get tba t ueL. The
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It in eve"! bit aB gftbIh t." try tos
rid of DandmruEAM tv s~en
n~sby teed~lug W e rmawhich came
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no mineral or narcotic
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ug a itn'aber of her friends last
.ua l .rt at the home of her
S0. Roland. The even-
mg 9 to music, redltatona
and Rof games, and was en-
d bythe present
'is quialte sick this
'We hope to see her out again.

J. T. Lamb of Worthington Springs
Is bre o* businahs.
Misa Viola fford entertained quite
a aumbr of her friends last'Thurs-
day rv .lat and it present reported
a very delightful time.
- Miss Oest Gilbert, who has bepa
v uifiter .iWtfr, Mrs. Kitchen, left
ftr hk home In Lake City last Thurs.
dly,.. jlwOu*Ile ,ade a great many
friends w lb here and they all hated
to se. her leave, but hope, she may
visit *aain.
MlW "Be4ber Rutledge 'of Tyler
spent falurday and Sunday here, the
gueest of Misses Fannie and Ellas
Mis*M Lissle Hamilton and Clem
Plokett were here Saturday shopping
and also viewing the ruins.
Mrs. George Smith and children,
Milton$ Georgia, and Janie Merrill,
spent Sunday in Joneevllle, guests of
Mrs. Hamilton.
Mr. HIll- )meal left Saturday for
GaineHville, w r he has accepted
a permanent position.
MIss Olive Wright has returned tp
her home In Alachua, after a several
weeks' visit to her sister, Mrs. Will
School closed here last Friday, and
all of the children are planing for
a very pleasant vacation.

ij tItl t MAoshsdk t by
te; report bout ail4' Jon
'is tP. i Ta, of 1 ,4 Mrs.
M. twnoioo n k ,. .
Ar4ed .wft a camem $6, a eviOM -
ver o'. heavy caliber, aad tidioughly
TvqSe4i the law coerlag h pow-
4and duties, Mrs. PowWersb gone
larial.i abbut her wol* sa hlb tba
:at year m4p 16 arrests killed
Is eadall h1as coan"ed it'ot
l vities lt Ndn bfassad its lm-
mediate vicinity where she .s e aded
mpan a''efsts to be made sor cruelty
to children and animei.

Killed Her Son.to-Law,
fH tstmtvle, Ala., May 14.-Anger-
ed because he? son-nta-law Frank
AMbrfrbt, came home lantoicated sad
mb the family away fr h o.he by
his violent nations, MEi. atte cont-
sally killed him by 'loti m with
a shotgun, as he lay In a 'rauken
stupor oql hs bed. tmragedy *c.
ipred la Maystille fttday iaght,
add ca the evidence ,.eised y the
coroner's jury, Mrs. O~Cnoay has
been Jodged la Jail, aid .Charlie
Chadwick, a 16-year-eld boy, has
bee. pvt ia Jail as ama ee e 7y. Al-
bright was a merchant, about 80 years
old. _____
Gomer May Leave Liberals.
RHaT sa May 14.-4t ia reported
that Jose Miguel Goodes has decided
to leave the liberal party, otin the
itpubliban party of which he was for.
merely the head arid become the re-
publican candidate for thq presidency.
This move, it I expected, will clear
the political situation by removing
the friction which has prevelled be-
tween Gamez and gayas. Their
rivalry for the liberal nomination' for
the presidency has almost disrupted
the party.___________
" Indigestion.
With Its companions, heart burn,
flatulence, torpidity of the aver, con*
stipatlon, palpitation of the heart,
poor blood, headache and other ner-
vous symptoms, uallw skin, foul
tongue, offensive breath and a legion
of other allments.-tsat ouce the moqu
widespread and destructive malady
among the Amer ia fp The Her
bine treatmet will Iar'a these
troubles. 50 little. o, Yby W. M.

Wreck on Ohio Central.
Countbus, 0., May 13.-In the
wreck of a passenger train on the
OWio Central at Truro. near this city,
on Monday, the enlineer, whose
name is not given, was fataHX Injured
and a number of pawengers are maid
to have been badly hurt.

Stop Grumbllt
If you suffer from Rheumatism or
paIns, for Ballard's Snow Liniment
will bring quick relief. It is a sure
cure for Bpralns, Rheumatism, Con.
traoted Mucle anad all pain s-ana
within the reach of all. Price 25e,
60, $1.00. C. P Smith. Tenaha, Tex.,
write: "I have ued Ballard'a Snow
laantment la m7 family for year and
have found It a fine remedy for all
patna and aches, I recommend it for
pains la the cheot." Sold by W. M.
Glue Pactory Burned.
Buford, Ga., Mbay 14.-The glue
factory at this place, blongtlng to
Bona Allen, caught fire and burned
down, with a total tos of about $10,-
000. This was the ,only glue factory
nla the south, aB will flkely be re-
built at once.



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Abstrasts of Title and fall informntiom furnished regarding iarc ui
county. Our manager hba lived in this eountT thirty year. and
is thoroibly sonversant with land titles.

eentin1r a number of prominent American and Etglirh companic,.
Galr 4*%-tl1le 9 I Flor'-ia8

bit, or 1 a y. .........

swim for 39 777- 777 -.
tbSf 5 5SD~

'me or C span&&, for $&GO* d

dilated in6ptilde fretw afthe *intoqu

WWl be required te .' f .6y x i n g sad.
"am Addmeov ~ BN

Contentment comes oay to the fel-
low who gets @ue to thing.
Secretary Taft Way^ tf
SCanal is not opthin
Sight years, I shahl U ''

possibly Mr. Roosevelt -
mind more popular attention for his
refusal to be a candidate if he could
put it in the form of an epigram.
Iceland wants independence, and an
inquisitive contemporary wants to
know what Iceland would do as an
independent State. One thing she
could do would be to keep cool, no
matter what happened in the rest of
the world.

Governor Pennypacker recently as-
sured the public that not a dollar had
been expended unnecessarily in the
Pennsylvania State capitol. From
the amount of graft beilg turned up,
it looks as though Contractor Sander-
ison must rank as an expensive ne-

Our big importers are objecting
to the special privileges granted tq
Germkn exporters and te adminis-
tration therefore Ui cntinuing its
policy of secrecy about the agreement
with Germany. The people are de-
manding information and not secrecy
about the tariff that protects the
trusts. ,

Anybody who wants to rent a good
farni in touch with a good market can
do so at an expense of twenty-five
cents an acre per year. TBe Gov-
ernment has 75,000 acres of such land
on thp Uilntah Indian Reservation. in
Bouth.rn Utah that it wants to dis-
pose of and is looking for settlers.
They d,) not have to live'op the land
s in the case of a hom-Ag- .d 4Ty.
Those interested can get af deals

le fl
to L

ta*hby .lh

seem to be to the ad4 n
pa" on, the railroad
much the sockholderw m
As the 'nloa P1cift pays
4idendse on 'e common
iis-iidet need of conmpet
cuttingof rates to a reason
Yet this same corporation
the 2-ontt passeger rate i
and other States when it c
ly well affrd to reduce b
and passenger rates.

The United States Ex
rate of $1 per 100 pounds
flower from New Jersey
New Yor0 City has been i

the Interstate Commerce C
to 60 cents per 100 pounds
auction was 'brought sabo
the complaint of the Society
can. Florists, and other org
or individuals, elsewhere c
the same results if the expre
can be shown to be unr
This cut in express rates I
ordered under, the new rai
law and, if not set aside by
will undoubtedly lead to ot
tons, for- it is notorious t
a4l express rates now charge

For, the past few years
of Hon. Frank Adam% of J
been mentioned In- connect
the next race for United S
ator. He is recognized
Florida's leading men in bi
well as in the political
has been a prominent fac
up-building of his section
State, and for twelve years
the able representative of
county in the State Senate
been honored with the press
that distinguished body of li
and made a most excellent o

I,- g4ting of the. oIt Anpqrtaut. p
fag. A die4 Americ"4 de4eopment na
SWyo.y re-'tood tadsi movement. t
led can are a -matter, that should keenly .tlrt
f the Union every citsen of the United Statesf o
eight is be- it is the thl' tin which this epouW*t
aramle for is the most backward of any olfile4
ber of load- power o the globe, and It Is one oto
it that point things that will do more thanu 4p
on the divi- thing else to foster rural dev
policy of ment, bring the farmer and the t
ie frenzied man close together and mal thl
does not country the most desirable
stage of the to live in.. Of course, the departRA4
s however cannot go out and build roads all
ay benefit. over the country, but it has a w
10 per cent equipped f6rce of experts and la ready
stock there anlI able to furnish the best scieeitl%
Itton and a advice on road building for nothing
able basis, to any community that wants it... The
Is fighting department even goes farther i'd
n Nebraska puts down a mile or so of road a taQ
an evident- object lsson wherever It can eld
oth freight the manufacturers of road machinery
furnish the machinery free for thes
Sdemonstratio stretches of road. Sd-
DUCED. entil road building sl one of the
best investments of time and money
press Co. that any community ean make,,
s on cut and it would be a good thing
points to If every county in the country
reduced by :would a ly to the Secretary of
,ommission Agriculture during the present sea
1. This re.-son for such aid as the general Oov.
ut through ernnient ean\and will given starting
Y of Amer. the good road movement.
can obtain With her thousands of acres In
ess charges fruits and vegetables, there la no
reasonable. n(d for the people of Florida to
Is the first send North for their canned goods.
llroad rate Canning factories should be estab.
the courts lished throughout the State, so that
other reduc- the surplus fruits and vegetables
bat nearly could be (reserved until the price
led are un- warrant .the sale. These canning
establishbmets pay handsome divi-
dends on the capital invested, so we
the name trust that the day is not far distant
rasper has when our capitalist will awake to a
action with realization of the many benefits that
states Sen. accrue from this one particular la*
as one of dustry.-Titueville Advocate.
business as
rorld. He But if Taft does take the Predlden-
tor in the tial chair, they'll certainly have to
n of the knock off the arms, and bolster up the
has been framn work.
He has It is sad Poraker agrees with Boss
sidency of Cox. Why of course he does, such
lawmakers, birds of a feather always flock to-
ffleer. He gether. *

is a good, honest and honorable gentle-
man, pleasing in address, an able de-
bater, an4 one of the best posted men
on State matters to be found any.
where. His friends, and he has them
in every nool% and corner in Florida,
will insist that he enter the race for
United States Senator, and they be-
lieve he can and will be nominated.
He will receive the solid and enthus-
lastic -support of this (his home) sec-
tion of Florida the very day he an-
nounces, and as he is a good cam.
palgner. a pleasant, affable gentle-
man, he will gain strength as
the campaign progresses. Although
his candidacy has been mentioned for
some time, he has never, so far as
we know, decided to enter the race.

Sto swcfuring the farms from the but as the time for the ext primary
Cosr clsioner of Indian tfairs at is fast apprhabing. an announcement
Washington. from him may be expected before a
--__-_ great while.-Live Oak Democrat.
con Bell, chief of Stff of the Army,.
kasl gen an explanation of the ru- A tailor at one of the Lake Michi-
ar,~J increase of the Cuban Army, can Chautauqua resorts has offered to
Pn' of which have bee foing the give Taft a suit of clothes if he will
rOun'd, of the press lately. Gem. Bell be one of the attractions at the Cbau-
',hat the proposal to raise the tauqua this summer. This is a liberal
Cuba? Army to 12,000 mea is not an offer, when one considers the amount
An.rl'ra,, scheme and did not orlg- of cloth.
wt- ith the American administra
L'4n t-" r in Havana or at Wash al. The man who hustles for experience
S wa a proposal to raise most generally outstrips the fellow
Strength of the Cuban Anmy jut born with ability.
th in tervention of the United -
Sla 'aturaly wb w the eCange of oASY o Cror or TOLeDo. l -
Sat came. there was nothing J As COTT. -
S". with the plan., bt It wase raor n Cmakes oath that
S"i the American War D. he i sen ior a rtaer of the firm of
't for tech tcal ritelem.P. J. Chas'A'Co., doing business
lonal aare were made State aO saM. ad that said firm will
S tb p there has been aotlAng; pay the ua.of be Huedred Dollars
matter. Bt e. Dellfor each a ry we of Catarrh
t't plan mg ets with Is ap that Cannot be tred by the use of
n o na in ~the0 a4Aa of the Hal's atarrb Cure.
S'-rnent in Cuba a strong -FRANK J. CHENEY.
t a deal pSe- pUy ap a. *ISwora to befoe e and sabseribed
Sith "a ssreodte ifInt Im yy prmeas . t day of De-
eL]s eb et i=o t -t ,. W.IZAON,

S4 esb. to m the g the 'lofow

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"Ml m10cicimiDo.. owl$$e oft. biesem
For eel. in Gsimesville. Florids, by
W. M. Job noon. DrateiPt.


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use i Galsetvwil than any other machine.

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Tickets on sale daily from May 26th to 80th
elusive. Rate for this occasion i $18.75 fv4
Jacksonville for the round trip" or virtually o
cent a mile for distance traveled, with cor
ingly low rates from all points Extension
limit to July 6th oan be obtained by deposit
ticket with Special Agent and payment of ft
cents at time of deposit.
For full information and Pullman reserve
write or call on FRANK 0. BOYLSTON, D
Pasenger Agent, Atlantic Coast Line, Ja
.viUe, Fla.


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Sensations of Ne'
he Wa" Perehod U
),, as Deseriied ,

Rppe- /

retot that
a nematete.
ta the'way of
ir.ae wmil n. repeat,
&qibeoeferext aswell
tu me of bln pro-
tS WeI tasks too
t-or ell as the cou-6

eve red Guy
.-Charles Blon
qtlker, though
a H agi 1w
thp other mak,
be are

t trip t r Niggara
wth te mt startling
klds talked
,enn of thousands.
slr of wnlad, then
!J 46w tloadin while
b ifth i tilted State.
.ted that tbe tifhbt of
u the bitips a sway*
Sa |.a.mpre.slon
, Ap nooadent of his
' !+ 1 *
N, eoaMed on the rope
bit reatt esplott was
Id -otf, back ah.
St ,tt uased
' f Itiai $ emuaed Em.
to keep his swa In
lie bwk Ueck.
^*k. ~ ~ ~ I upfsil. is^-*'j _..

asI Ws tweatoyom In tbf

tI#a i iug $MOWdays ft 99 A"3*,
rete. p7 . .. -,. ilr S v, 'by "o"plyt cert'a

cat tEhe gt o*,at ths rhopi niW up
iof'Sil0-l P Oktun16
i ,Y-t ket cini th l limit t ti t
S4t*ci od point of conu e The dar o b e dol- e
ti/ 'w *e t we rnisted safrl.ti Ot j Route for ,-4 ates ti

mad ".amt beads of sweea to e 'I~n h a e detairdto" t,$ e the
lhl t,', ie a "tis m .W- Th 'h,, e m

W-e bsaep4. he shor finally, bet 1"*. by some of the at~c*ve fea-
b404 W4 .well there we could It*ptW service, sIotible among
s th~I the crowd, even at a tMhese lag the double daily setvio
4distethoedge of the gul, with thaongh coaches and sleeping
bo|d I .oaretch rOut their armed ast e I i te the fqtlewnt: Our
t,% ?iM raw us In tro tpheper people with an dea of abrdmng dde.l
/.;=U.e.ing of me was a se to th. and ot e'e ntion
p othe action t rotw aoe 1 thhed Iiamond, aWe pportuealty for
proest-oi td o- re .i York Ce ta imm I the jaap etoe hI tpoi atlo
r slrod-. .s e presented me within. a *.. .. .
obteck for 1,000 for crossing with 4II an Siranges alt whereby I
BethneMf then offered me a lke t* e etf ortione of tidlets reading
amoot Ift I o ld promise never to o from iAchm nd are hP*ed from
It again' e Portsmoth, Viriiae ftowt Oddi-
.w -lm Teo welo tprl a oh~a erge. This alone sortainly
Iew lt ml ThWellt a es thoe Seabbrd espeelally at-
S4 ltel iPresminnt Chester A. ArBaBeW,.d.
gabbadl ho' was a onan of wa erthe p oe

ferieodshlp, bad a dhih sense of per.-
i sel dIJanId tbat wold brook no un
,doaefsm.. aumaie., A elo fted
I Av ww"o had accompanIed hN
a ote # t tin tripe, was ela
oan ,q4e some of the lnca-f

Sro Miown"4Z we,,, _y ^ ^Er..O' 11npr-
Soe of cmpee c wev er i. Arthiur s a coM. slf
0t teflmt sfp n on his o S_ ot o f M. but it isn't true.
pI that ma W never walked a He W of Abe most enidl ad co m.n-,
lope, had ne.r been suspended nbad men when you become
th a drtadfl poltlq fore we *ted with him. I thought
Lhpd to depend for hs safety a e I he1, yskew him pretty well, but I
ly oa the movemeots of another. eM to uldsWertand hl better while
By years afterward ti man, Hen. O t trip than ever before.
C oloord of thiago, pTve an ac.' .ppo you know him well
of 0* experience to a news,,- enzouI now to call him by hi first
me," vemntured the other.
S .-k What It feels like tob o "On -the oAtrary," was the rejonder,.
ni* Uk wat It feetl like to.%* .. .. .
dred et midair over a know him well enough not to call
1t tOrtW.b he ad. Cannot him by bin first name"-Youth'a Com.
b t* eer tha by, arts# thateao
aret #Itdlon was an overwhelm- 0 ***e Pi ."
W o e. to wb It w bardtoIa t i as rol
a we from fear. Then there eam* few le-ve the cactus.for In
t may bst s betermed asbosfl v taNmostly spi There
.... of a'..ll f 6. ^.. dat- er yo o mron for the lack of
I n from tne shofto l d04r 111Es" me Aet rt pl Thle obJect s
lit InJunetlot which ,"almt i.very to-e k the tranaeion o m6hltM65
Oter has given to thme s t heb ty offeritn as small a sorftee as Po
W when giving him his Gt leeson t .I to t .- i.,,. d ..r ...
qor th sme ~

"i ZLooM up, Harry be said.
y; arms ann re about Ma neck, while
i g leg were slung n ooks at his
i tl Out we went over that horrible
IlL. I leard the roar of! the water
Sow d the hum which ran through
e rqfwd of 100.000 spetator. As
O Pleated k t k t hum eased.
ere was net oeperon perhaps to
vast thriln who did not feel a
imster strain than was oun.
'enable to alait. 1 stole one glance
a at the black waters. It seemed
a I sItant ma If I were poised
vs tbe entire anterem There was
feeft -of liaft rsueb as I had
sr telt betot and ba aerer felt
Thea'I looked p.
S' walked o istadlly, pausain
qone brief moeet at eabch point
1rem the guy ropese the main
The tUae was a ri'te steadier
t ame pt at Md ave hin a chance
eoau bhlaIelt of his balance. There
# w s nMce In the Ilddle of the
0pe to whIch it had nat been poeble
to attach c wy lnes.
"At the last tetlt pleae before we
reached thi aleader wayias span
4Mondiu sMld to et
"* 'Harry. yoale pn o NWr Colcord ;
you are Rlon Wa i I char thin
lace be a partat % ed O and
ul. if away wt e Do
W ot attempt to 4o bala your-
qet. lfyoudo. we f a O down
t iour death.' I -
hbad dismounted while he wa
I ltag to me and stood with o foot
en the lite and both hab ia his
0eIlder. I climbed bak tae
Sper. and Bioudin started aeo t
upatable part of the Itne. I had eit-
e, ,y mind of all feeling oave iB L
tsed to think that Instead at4 dI*
poled In midair., with nothf tbt t a
AU raop between we and dtlee8 .
.' i, I w abshut up with Bleaii n to a
0e4a0ed space where the thought o( a
l was farcical.
h I en swum s to the right and
to the left Each time I weat
86 though we were mbded
iPee witb Immorahle parts.
W afterward that the line be.
le feet was swaying horribly
to the people o.' the shore It
that time and again Ar t idlc
to the rushing Niagara
below. Bloodln'a marveloun
W. A the precidak with
,tod bas pote brought

Mon the roots of desert plants usually
Me deep Into the oill so that they can
snck up all the available moisture. In
some instances the leaves assume a
vertical poslton and thus avqid the
diet rays or the burning desert sun.
On the other band, the leave of trees
la very wet countries are provided
with points--uch as the maple-from
which the rain drop off. Were the
leave flatter. the rain would collect
and make the* rot.
The rHIt Word.
diltor-I note that you say that
the women at te ball tonight were
'Iegantly owned." Ipoyou think that
eowswd" Is a ood word? Reporter-
Well. you couldn't call them dressed.-
Somerville Jows .L

Ina ky t sat for Alaheba
0. W.wPnM sfeMaaAatlo oasus
L OTe OFareed OAaaOarateee-Ar-
-muepl D-ama* -
e. eres appeals by tha return of the
0. W. Wileam ooe eot rm e f gthe tate
or FIfrM a.* u ilake sette that the above
and It WAS Vq IMised galwah" the
SI- *** a md.
Above eo o t. A.
lio. *d a writ 64 l -e0
intM ateb*" Mi wet. *ad you,
b a a W amd
other pt6as. tat ae urc
to apar be ee Qai. the
IN aof Jse s us f. I I he
ljdguest wil be #IV" W IN aL
Oouaty Judfe As ai4 ter AlseeMa Coeas.







Thee is a movemneb now on foot
to tave the Florida Baptis assem*
bie Ia Jacksonville. ovinga from
ther oa the same traUn--o might
say In a body. This, too, will make
the trip mre pleasatt.
For frtheur lanformnUoB address
AilUtant GOenerl Pasengor Agent,
Jacknwargtl Florida.

iaWZmarss osd0 s


Ofee in Miller Law Exohange.
O..e Phone No. 256; Residee* No. 160

And Solicitor In Equity
Rea' Estate, onveyTmneing and Gen.
eral Pratie. All buAltnw promptl
*ttsoded to. Office next door to bus
oflee. GAWUvUmza, FoamA


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~tolbays be= ltUris1"W to
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pekadfttings we" re aottql
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$two fireboat& "d G UA9lb11u
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44 tie finest sidle-wheel stow-
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Oirk, all of wbich if N'"Yd
Ipugualy beautiful and laVish.
Ibislest was to be $1,Iff .0.

idrteen Killed by Eiplealon
I rnoc lo, May 14.-Nes i
1iruction of a Japanse saeg4
with the loss of 181 UJ e M
or a eMplosloa of af ordUe
f Toyama, was brought by the
W Rio Jun. The fishermen
* the mine for as d drum and
tWrtg to pick It up whea f

Ike Riots In Buenos Ayrese.
am Ayres, May 14.-4trtke
mr causing much uneasiness.
dozen men have been shot and
received injuries trn olubblngs.
Ot to work with strik.-break.
I Causing the trouble.

Second Reading Passed.
ii. May 14.-The relchtag,
on;: a few negative votes, bas
< tht ,-nd reading of the com-
1 h).i, vivendl between Ger-
azd : tUnited States.
brate Veterans' Reunion, Rich.
mond, Va.
I Seaboard Air Line announces
*Inion rates from all Florida
Smade one cent per mile to
Md. Va.. and return account of
Wou%-tirkets on sale Nay K,
S29 and 30th. The BefboaNr
hi double dally service j ISM.
. Jadk-ouviile and other Flola
SEtra through Pullman sleep
i day coaches have been ar,
t, so all 3may be made comfort.
Wer to allow their patrons to
*e Jar.-tusn Expoidtlo, the
pd :l' hOiijor return portUof
homd t, t.' from PortsamoutL
IN rou,,"i)p rates roM sOm
I o~,rtIt Points in Florida
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Orlando..., 16.70
Dade Ct.y... 17.06
Plant City... 17.5
Tam pa...... 17.
'lanatee.... 18J
Palmetto.. 18.
itradentow 1M

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O t1'a fire
A't ornets shaft
sulow t mines in the
S r ADtale of rDanago.
stated ary Friday tight
t a* abitaonedU shaft. At the time
thee g,* 107. men irorklng in ,a-
other pt of the mine, and from what
ean be learie4t at this time, but 17 of
phein shaped.
thlty4voe bodies have been re-
oowrd cording to latest reports.
Tbw .olgin, of the fre is supposed
tO slte ben duk to the carelessness
oa$ Aft-er who was smoking a cigarette
Intan fbondoned shaft, through which
he was passing. This section of the
liOe if Its s Aid, was exceedingly
ty aiId it Is believed .that the man la
throwing away hig half-burned cigar-
otto, allowed it.to drop into a bunch
o ooled waste. A blase Immediately
resulted, and this quickly conveyed
Itself to the adjoining timber.
Owing to the remoteness of the re-
gion It has been difficult to receive
details of the catastrophe and a list
of the dead is unavailable at this
tlnate .
Relief trem Rheumatic Pains.
"I suffered with rheumatism for
er two years," ,ays Mr. Rolland
OCrry, a patrolman, of Key West,
It "Someatmes It settled in my
aees mnd lamed me so I could hardly
wl at 6ther times It would be In
*y feet and hands so I was incapa.
clate*,fOr duty. One night when I
was iflvere pain and lame from it
Ky. wlw nt to the drug store here
and back with a bottle of Cham.
berloa'Palin Balm. I was rubbed
With It sad Jound the pain had nearly
gone during the night. I kept on
asint it for a little mgre than two
weeks and found that it drove the
rheumatism away. I have not had
any trouble from that disease for over
threetlonths." For sale by all drug-

Wine Growers Make Protest.
Beuteres, France, May 14-A gian:
demonstration of wine growers was
held here Sunday, 150,000 persons
from all parts of the south attending
and demernding that the government
take measures to remedy the distress
arising' from over-production of wines
and the extensive sale of wines man.
ufactured from grape refuse ,and su-
gar. The cr'e:is i similar to that
caused by the overproduction of oof-
fee In Brazil and is growing in In-
Do You Love

your baby? You wonder why he cries.
Buy a bottle of-White's Cream Vermi-
fuge and he will never cry. Most
babies have worms, and the mothers
don't know it White's Cream Vermi-
uge rids the child o? worms and cleans
out Its system In a pleasant way.
Wyery mother should keep a bottle
of this medicine In the house. With
It, fear need ever enter her minW.
Price I5c. Sold by W. M. Johnson.
Fatal Fire at New Orleans.
Ne'w Ortank, May 14.-PFre here
early Monday mroritlng destroyed six
frame residences and damaged sever-
al others at Peniston and Chestnut
streets. A negro servant girl em-
ployed In the home of Frank J. Mat-
thews, one of the residences damaged.
it missing, and is believed to bave
burned to death. The origin of the
fire Is unknown. The total loss will
amount to ashout $30,000.
Railway Conductors Meet.
Memphis, Tenn., My 14.-Dele-
gates are arriving here In large num-
bers from all parts of the union to
attend the twenty-first gp'-iral es-
stan of the Order of Railway Con-
ductors of America, which meets i
Memphis. All of the grand officers
are expected to be here on time.
Varlid forms of en.ertainmnt bare
been provide-d for the visitors.
Strike'ls Compromised.
New York. May 14.-The labbrers
of tle Htavemeyer Sugar refinery In
Willamsburg. who went on strike last
Monday for .an tcreaer of three cents
as hboar, have decided to accept a
eempromise of oe oand a half cents ar
hoar offered by the re'bsery. fhb
mna had bees reeelvng 15 cent as
'bou, sad dmse" 1is eats.

Ay mber who has bad experlsee
wia thi1 d1isreais amtmat vwl be
e' to know that ere may be

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calling cards i latt W ~

,wspaper Mles for JAo. 4.
office s-
tock of buggies and wagons.
E Edwards.
losses for sale at thts O06l
hper hundred. "
Seckard has returned troo ,.
trip to Newberry.
for sale or rent- Aply t
. W. Scoweld,. Ctty.
Hughes of Duttol Wa rag.N
&t the Brown House Monday.
tai to attend Oliver's ot -
ifl commencing Weldh- *.

Setrouer of Clark was among
ho spent Monday toin this

3Mis has returned from a busa
to points in Columbia *nd
Hands has gone to Otter
,Where he will look after his ex-
uaval stores interests.
p. Getzen of 1lewberry was
the prominent visitors from
End to Gainesville Monday.
..mt-Three desirable rooms
housekeeping, one block trom&
Apply 109 N. University St.
Cosnell of Tyler, one of the
of that progressive town,
te city on business Monday.
Nurello. traveling representa-
Standard Oil Company, was
city in the Interest of that

Red Salmon Is cleaned
entirely by machine, and
by hand. After trying it
b no other.


Mrs James Quynn of the
XilIhopi er are rejoicing over
of a fine girl Saturday, and
tend congratulations.
SMatthews of Donnie, the of-
)represoetative of the people
ion on the Board of County
ers, was in the city on
of Mrs. M. B. Saunders,
taken suddenly IIl at the
at Worthington Springs, Frl.
i bg lad to learn that her
is greatly improved.
Pardup, for many years a
Of thi city but now of Mi.
prtur1., for a visit to Vis
Nluirud Vellh. for a few day.
are glad to see him.
Htewrnr.T the horticulturist
s 111 tle city yesterday.
11.' ,a l).+.n suffering with
*r,, 1in.b., but his friends
d T, ltarn that he has reW

Ut1 i A n of Archer was I&
r" .av. Mr. Van Allen,
b"| ,ondurtilIg a hotal
t s' i 'i'.,sa in Archr,
mire Io. f The. Oaks in this
June 1.

Id 1('r 1
be11 r *It,
1W '111

y yesterday for
Iill remain for
Cook has besm
time. and saw
> the hope that

~ar, r 'r.~.. In lg a large
*'.i. td,.tIII Atlant ,

Mt 'Voner is

expects to

~a.v, '*niannual used
War..]<~, of Meowma
lbrhr be is a Umemb.

~ bm~C. ftwo Yeams
who i ?Own1.4
bmss sagse.

IB AplI to P.

g*IutsU oneay. Fr a
to I d;ita v' at ow

in i lty Mob ae. Ftor Bale-\whit stuand pony,
harness and buggy. Q.et, or chM-
.0f.tl Sun o4fim e. dren to ride or driv4. A*ly H. Ram-
say, N. Ganesvi.l Fa..%

There s nthin oe dainty for '*fr
Ind, dark-bay ".: llU sisi,
about 7 years old. f Tyler Lure-
yo at-a d buy groceres baer Company, Tyler VA. andreTt

Line ckets, picnic or luncheon tb" Argo Red S '*.
S o Yort mon sandwiches a o4d. The cook
li t t, oISScEL Book tells you how to prepare thee.:
W;L. B. Mose, a prominent teitizen Ask your groce. .
ot Redwood, was transacting business For Sale--Purnf6ed hotel, convey l

H. M. Moran of Campville, one of Has always been popular with trav.
the !ost widely known residents of eling men. Present owner wishes tq
the Mat End, is In the city. retire from the uin"s.. P further o
Surveyor J.W. Patton has returned Information address The Bun. further '
from poatos in the West End, where Don't forget that every dollar's tl ior mu0
he has been oh official business, worth of groceries and store fixtures ", for $m o
Ira J. Carter, who owns a fine st Oliver's will be offered at absolute ki t aVowe will do.' As de
farm near-Bennington, was transact- cost. bale starts We4aeeday morning t"llil l l and fo1uy waRMNA.s
%t business in this city yesterday, and will last as long as we have a a at a agency io
Don't buy nameless extracts, but dollar's worth left. A. B. Oliver. '
bO Blue Ribkon lemon 4and vanilla, For stomach troubles, billliousnet 3
weich "re noted 'for their purity andt and constipation try Chamberlain's
quality. Stomach and Liver Tablets. Many w
Remember the prayer meeting at remarkable cures bave been effected t acted; aSstsly7
the Methodist church tonight at 7:30 by them. Price Scents. Samples K *wie beaft .ttt
b'olock. The topic will be "Mislsion- free. For sale b# all druggists. WI aet Mt yOe S
ary Progress." Welcome to all. Wanted-Men to lear barber trade.
J. J. Burton has returned from Live Wonderful dinand' te* barbers; few
Oak. where he has been for the Oast weeks completes by brtal exper.- I
few days..He expects to remove with ienc, careful int'ct os,. demon. I .
his family to that city In a short time. stations and exanmtatons; diplomas PROP. Pt |tILI LRCTURS.
Wery lady should have a copy of granted, tools give, position walthng.
the Argo Red Salmon CokBo ok. It top wages paid. Wrte neamest branch, Owing to Epieep&l Ceotll and Sehool
tells you thirty-nine different ways ot Moler Barber Collek, Atlanta, Ga., or Children Will be Ptlstoned.
preparing salmon. Ask your grocer Orleans, La. Owing to the season of the Episco-
for t. Friends of W.V. Dow, who was pal council in this city. which will
for it C Owens and Mr J stricken with paralyals a few weeks occupy three days, as well as for the
Turr of Cak. Owens and are ins.the city ago, will be glad to learn that his con- benefit o) the school children. Prof.
on a visit to their sister, Mrs. L. J ditton is greatly iamrved. Mr. Dow C. L. Pribble, editor ot The Western
Cyatt, cotrne tMyrti and East Oranges is a great deal stabger physically, Naturalist of Topeka, Kas., and a
streets and if matters go well he will prob. specialist on the mosquito section,
Winie de ably be enabled tlenv his bed in has d4eided to postpone his lecture
Wm. Littledale of Hawthorn, the a few weeks. lie se cheerful, and on the mosquito, which was to have
clever traveling salesman of the E. greets those friends who call with been held at tha auditorium of the 1
J: Smith Company, manufacturing that cordiality which always oharao. Ganesville Graded and igLh School I
confectioners, was working the trade terized him. tonight, until trlday eventag.
In this city Monday. I I Prof. Pribble has made the mo-
If you have not received the Argo quito a long and earettl study, and
Red Salmon Cook Book, ask your .* will have a Paret uany things to lay
grocer or send a postal to the Alaska -o which will prove of Interest to thoqe
Packers' Association. Atlanta, Ga., who hear him.%
Advertiqling Department. In addition to his lecture, Prof.
Lost-Two pointer gypsy; one entire- | W Prtbble, who to alio a talented mu.
ly white, other white and liver spots. sician, has consented to give a piano
Had collar on with my fame (W. A. -'. recital. In all, the evening will be
Halle, Live Oak. Fla.) Liberal reward most pleasantly and profitably spent,
for their return to me at Gainesville, and inasmuch as the lecture wilLbe free
Fla. W. A. Halle. a good crowd should greet the
L. F. Taylor, for the past fe A speaker.
months employed by 8. F. Brooks a B THE CH-ItIAN CHURCH
salesman, has resigned his position CHRI1TIAN CHURCH.

to accept a position as flagman odi the
Atlantic Coast Line. He has boee
assigned to duty between Ocala and
Jasper Osteen and M. Forman of
High Springs were in the city Mon-
day. Mr. Porman Is suffering severe.
ly from poison, which is supposed to
be the result of contact with poison
oak, and which has serlgusly affected
his feet.
W. J. Spearman of Trenton was a
buslaess visitor to this city Monday.
Mr." Spearman is a successful con-
tractor of his section, and is now em-
ployed with the Jacksonville and
1Skthwestern division of the Atlantic
Cost Line.
Mrs. J. V. Burke, after a pleasant
visit to her daughter. Mrs. J. JR. Mer
hant returned to her home in Jack-
IOlvllhe yesterday. Friends here rem
greted to see her leave. but hope to
have the pleasure of a visit again at
ao distant day.
T. H. Waterworth left yesterday
for Rocky Point, where he will In
feature reside. Mr. Waterworth has
purchased the stock of good from
Mr. Hnslicker. had will conduct the
store In future. He Is a clever young
man, and will no doubt enjoy a good
W. H. Hayes of Tyler has returned
to his home, after a couple of days
Spent In this city on business. Wr.
Hayes has bevp postmaster at Tyler
for soam time, but resigned on ac-
comt of his meeanttle interests there.
He gav the patrons a faithful and
'flelet service.
f. P. Brooks spent Moeday on his
lPto ear the DeivtU' MIlhopper. Mr.
0-1set has a ine truck arm, and ex-

h, a mi nd of Ofn,, t" i," r
be aolro Ta 1* as

Our long delayed bank ftx
ture have at last arrived and
we are now open for business.
We waat YOU-Not some.
body else, l.t YOU-to start
an account iS our Savings De-

Comment now--get na the
habit of saving a part of your
weekly or monthly earnings
and put it in our Savings De-
partment where It will earn
Inter-t while you slep.
Nothing will make you feel so
* InIepedeaMt as a nice Bank

We want me thousand de-
positors wI the next sixty

We selle the accounts of
merchants, corporations,
farmers a1d ladlviduass sub-
ject to'e*fima No lateret al
lowed as d epits subject to

We will be pleaded to have
you beeso m e of our eas,


alst fuel-expoa use a

ii Cok-SIove
o- everything that any other
gP di heat instantly. Made in
A our dealer's, or wri our
K e circular.
^r lthe bemt lapfor
m P 1 all1oBud homihoM
au Md.f tbrma
Staemzelled Perfectly o
gt aex)lo d lo 4ght-gia0
wa very lamp Aaid
to ear arapet agetsy.
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BVX061gAp~ril lot we will pnt am,
our oommevrafte' of $4 per Week-1
meals-sod $4 smadiag Slekels. Mot~res-
IfN-imI lisves. .sery rem poot. ?wql
large slocueis fans. josoijq esimfors.


0.1.. -the' best. Kv0oh,4114
Moob. Gamelsooiod tso 60441,~
for aporesoolo.
O',RN URLY isadL


Freso &tvtr Fs4~

Services at Taesmaole Well Attended.
Saptisto Tuseday veninlg.
The services of the Christian church,
whlch are being conducted at the Tab .
ernacle under direction of Rev. J. .
Nebma of Texs. are well attipdes
sad luch good Is being e tSTf
thdr os-his work. Mr. Nela ea' to Y T Z M S
speaker of ability, with pleailag Iad.* 1 ( at o f lFraltre Oiuplaap)
dress, sad will no doubt be the uana OAIN fVILL, FPLORIDA
of britallg many to the Chuiatlas
ehuw ere his wbrk tI ended hre.-
Tueday tight, at the comaolas of I Vp prm d to *
the series at the Tsbeorawith te the o b e s$e
courtesy of the Baptist ,bhurth wa ei m10 th 1" I " extended. and two eandadate wqre
baptised. The members of m
r tisa easgregaton dere to Ps
Cheir apprlat ionfor the Me0 i the "
ehburh and pool. .t M M ,PWs .' W, i
This oving at tbo Tabahwad Mr oAti VL
Noelsa will presch ne sh eO _.
asnts." An layltation is *Ua d l We do s eosleolve, i
the georal publc, Themre I I bel o with faorlii l ofor
good- a e a speclIl ebow 4la' g f ade --"ofl
bens organized for thilts i erl' imwl Is


ming New "m tes h UODERT
Thoe ofd the o the B e -

increased &to seeub oN"*t that It
has became Mdnaie to ... the .
Gystee. ad a largo I tno *i f ow en.
s- gawed m the work. Th66earyke, of
the Somiter B4ell haa be" very sat.
ststory. ed is appreelated by the
pubm. Manager oodwl is using
Mvery to gin &* pBa. l a Art.
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