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 16, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01115
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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I 1IIANI D. HAYWOOD.
o of th alemen summoned
4he rherlff under the ordar for a
I vrenre. bTe fact that 35 of
his number present excuses and
hst of these 34 we exceedd, shows
lk extreme reluctano, to Mnrv on the
)0sy ad also the lenmency of the

o teutre that may prolong the
k of during a Jury Is the wide
given by the eourt to both sides
the examlUoa of athe taleiea.
d4mbe ha either proseation or de-
bwn pertmitted by any oourt
asaroh so deebly Into the biLtory
the present mental atUtude of a
ropeuvotl Jury7aan.
At very reat lngmth r. Rleh-
dmso%, who so far has oodooctod the
et4anlation, among other thlap, In-
Wariably goes Into the reatioas of the
,(lesmi a under eutssalk i with
tlon labor, and ,wth what's Imowa
the Orlsen'. Awlae, a wa uatu-
iUoa of othe tOtie s o Bofote ubiwo1
s opposed to untiona laor. Pr the
r- wers u would appear, however,
the C4tlxen's AlUitase te ot
1Wdely known. Tlii hlae of ques-
/alag Tinvariably goes late P oldest
^ eiit'~"st "undesirable oltMju W let-
OAWi l ato the speeches 4Uverm by
Slaentry Tsft at Pocatolle and Iote
4vrmag the la gubernatorial eleOtio a
sla wMoh Mr. Taft supported Govetmor
4 Oood aad a Comnmended his attitude
*4 '%+at wIs then known as tM
4"'oi. Harwood, Ptttnin.me ea.,"
. iaywood, the pritxer anl d iMte-
t, is perhaps the u'ot intereUtag
age in the court room. Tb
Swho bha of late, ears beaa a
factor in the \\'atern Pod-
#0 Miners shosS hlltintensityly
in the prorcedings than any
,V t him. I'pwarde of ofrty,
me f rom ev-y part of
ptt t and rvpreecting|
*& Aet all poltlCs are bhere
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Fatal Aeident on Central.
Macon. Ga., May 15.--Cntral 0i
Georgia passenger train, which left
here at 7:46 o'clock Monday night for
MaItonton, was derailed at Royater
Guano company's swltoh, a mile and
a half froi the city. The engine
split the switch and went down the
embankment. Bartow Peek, the ne-
gro fireman, was crushed to death.
Engineer John Minor, of Macon, was
badly scalded. Date Taylor, negro
porter, had odim rtbe broken. Rob.
OrtU Willitams,, a nero, received Is
Serial lajutdw.

ite Has Been *elected.
MongSomery, Ala., May 15.-After
considering several sites, the comajs-
slou for the location ot a new Meth-
odist woman's college, la this city,
has dedlded on a fifty-acre tract south
of the city, donated by J. 0. Thom-
as. The work of building will be-
gin next fall. Montgomery coatribu-
uted 150,006 for the buillMae, and
the Methodists of Alabama will con-
tribute $100,000 more.

Bush Palls To Give Bend.
Atlanta'. May 15.-Fred Bush, the
man charged with sending an infernal
machine to the home of Mrs. Julia
McCarthy, 447 4ast Georgia avenue,
Is still In the Tower, having so far
failed to make the $10,000 bond re-
quired by the recorder. There are
to new developments in the case. the
0lty detect iv rport1ag that they had
aot secured any additional olews.

All Records Broken.
New York. May 16.-Decause of
te great demand for raw material
sed ta thenvanuftcture tf steel. all
record wse broken last rnth inl
thi timpert of iron ore and pig ua.
Though New York and other eastern
seabmard lmiasa no les tbaa 11O.0O
to arrived Is Arill. being more
tha I per. event compared with the
imports &wing sMarch.
Dima"me H1r wercea.
aB Salvador. May ., .-'tea.r
haa diabadef Mir 1-irwus aft agoin
lthe a od Vrett.' -. t
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and a ssursym
osr t leral h eeon he
big matt i ad the
te0 turas :to aon sasiles. Sb
seeo a4elitb at the atteooo, an
Iaom wl outo4r at her mother
weak M 6AM#., 4f the big invalid'
ehjr,. M4 t, p" "tright. One
or tid lIe 1 ts haI been relieve
with a a100h o t O older girl,
Prtty -oT( W, w* oif bhi& he
mother. Whe hii fruen tly joind
la the g tral auemtoet caused b
some ltUte s remarkU by a Jorywe
or a teaettous threat of the counise
and hw)o tl riwas above the subdue
aonekle of oarth oue laugh.
Tragedy In -North Carolina.
Brisol, Tesft., 15.-PeMlox J
Ktdd of iI StaOe bp, Va., wa`
shot and killed at AltA Pass, N. C.
Suaify bitWWi Anderson, of that sec
tion. Adibse was In turn killed
by Charles Hale, a friend of Kidd
Kld4 paid Athrough Bristol Saturd
day alght, taompanled by his wil
and ohild*a, oeroute for Alta Pass,
which place he reached only a *few
hours before sthe tragedy occurred
e#4was foreman of one of the con-
struction camps on the South and
Westertm railway, and was walking
along sear one of the camps to com-
pany with Hale, when Anderson, wh t
is eaidd oWhave been a bitter anemy
shot him three times, killing him al.
moAt instantly.-

Prises for Odd Fellows.
Coltumbus. OGa., May 15.-A feat
ure of the approaching encampment ot
Georgia Odd Fellows in Columbu
will be the drills by cantons from va*
rious cities of the state. The can-
tone of Atlanta, Augusta &ad Macon
will attend, according to advices
received. One hundred dollars in
pritses ls offered for the best drilled
oatons. In addition to 'practically
all the pronatenti members of the or-
der In Georgia, there will be in at-
tendance upon the convention a num-
ber of dstinsoush'ed Qdd Fellows trom
Other states of the union.


In Sess* o l5Whingtoen. Florida Rat Coast Canal Opn l teatd as attempt or
Washangton, May 1.-WItb eve- & Augustine. Via., M ay 1.-Te
al hun red 4elegats Ina attend "ae 71 0 4 M l nSwas .OW O l a eem d F ,
the thritieth aasalkanferece of the 66o10 t. AuuS Nue OrleuaN. My "" :"
Woman's Baptist nonMe Mis"on We- sye bay by Bfnlsi tin ab-dveies t fr Baton R"
stey Is I as l w hefor A wek's tweo the MatasMsau d Haalltx cot-us Is bsecod I s.
O r. Mo4ay. giviag@ de water- r wmenW have'
Nebraks e M Snowfall. a ras re
LUeJln, Neb., May I1.---aSew wl Opim Noe en011 w by the ;
t Uncola an.d over most ot east- aaasait. May I .-AD te eIm a ,ct.,s Me
We Nebraska TeWety moratas. The 4 ia sFoo'-w iave-.t- SiMLO e ewe of a '-'
pereta waa grs above Sa IT settee greatly pasee A M *-g s-eed o" r
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S.' .16 .;,.MAIRY AT MIDNIGHT
'y- a e" ofa --aA -- y

g'im a aof. -i t Wst*bmsa Pame court awsrestt \. yV Afterward Sail for rp 0
.e ( L /MAlst the Tenesie Cv O Oor -O o
Sat.. Obioago. pa'de the Dketoy Sulemphur ad Staimmer Kaiser Wiihei It.
r, comp of t la and Duck- "
RISKIO HI LIFI FOR OTHPR0 town, Tenan., Jut across the G4orga WILL SUMMER IN FAIR FRANCE
d stat line., the object of which was
STh l ame and, Sok keto p an end to their present systems Wedding Gifto
0 Iof uie1tin$oopporTi the result of
dr PleM Trpp in ilevsar *e alg whic is the wdLh\-i otion of large rilte Was a Chateau in Franc.,
S ManVy Peromns War Were in Iun. Quatitles of sulphureus gases wich s Vaue, it s aid, i
S nont Danr. ae not only considered drimental to Milion Dollars
o .nent g halth, but hav4 already been slowly
S. ChilagoMV4 .18.--Seven toen wee bur surely destroying all vegetation New York, May 15.-M W. W .
saved Monday gtthli py Praok Me- and forestry within a radius of 60 miles u Corey,, president of the U'~ted
GOinnle, a ght watchman in.the six- and extending down Into eight or ten Btates Steel corporation, and .'Its
story butlloPN at 51i bCtr..l street, north Georgia counties. Corey, whose wedding oceirrej. at the
. When he apde a tlip I n )p llbor It has been several years since this Hotel Gotham at 1:30 o'clock Mon.
s of the bura)nat btiditag., brought litigation srasbegun directly in the day morning, left the ho e: ha a
, them dw In a elevi'idr titir,,.h supreme court .n accordance with hour later for Hoboken, re 'ey
G Same a fd sake.. Iti had made ,onsattutional provitloi which gives boarded the steamer K.ise: \w:elm
w oto tyips previously, brtu Imlg down that tribunal jurisdiction, and In the II, on whioh they sailel for F 'oe
* teamra e.ac tnme. meantime the destruction has been Tuesday.
"* Are flr iaa started by an expleo- ireaso g from yea6 to year, until Mrs. Corey was attj.rcd in a s.mp
* lon ti th e etching room of the Co- It baq seriously affected the country dark-colored traveling de'. few
. luumbiMa ngravinq company, on the for a distance of 40 miles to the south of the guests who remair:n fr tle
r ewnoed floor. Te blaze was er- of the Tennessee state 1Hae. purpose, bid the coup;,, gn, g) e
* tlrguilhed after 050,000 damage had The decision of the supreme court The streets in the v1:ti of h
- beeu done. of the United States, however, will hotel whlch had been throi.z,1 earl
d ... put a prompt and emphaitle end to in the night by a curlou cro, wer
g WOMAN TERRORIST. tbis destruamon, as It orders both nearly deserted when Mr. Corey
of these companies to cease their his bride departed.
0 Had in Her Poeeslon Psetl Loaded present method of smelting the cop- Mr. and Mrs. Corey %, ,n l
*with Pol eed uiet. per ores. In other words, it is* Europe will, go directly c~.
S Moscow, May 1 .-Madame Prom- as,Georgia asked, a prohibition teau Villagen1c, on the o,.rs
kin, who was arrested In the lobby against any form of smelting such Paris, were they w01 r '.in
of the opera house here March 14, ores as will result in the dissemina- the middle of July. Tr: ,s :
having in her possession an automat- tion of these noxious and destructive which is one of the fln., -.t Fr e
Sl revolver, obarged/ with poisoned *ses. as the wedding gift on Mr. ,ey
t bullets, and who Was believed to in-
Stend the seassia ation of General CALHOUN'S RAOICAL STAND., his bride. It was given to :-J
Rheinbot, the prefect of police, was before the wedding. Iti Wae a
Slater recognized as an escaped con- Strikers Must Surrender Union Cards to be about $ ,000.
veot terrorist frqm Sibesia for the if They Are Taken Back. The wedding of Mr. ('o" an ,a
making of an att&mpft on the life of Ban Franelsso/ CA., May 15.-One belle Gilman took place, i:1 a .t
(makral NovItaky chMef of the gen- hundred cars, manned and guarded chapel in the suite of r, nf- )Z.
da merle of evthe by 350 nonunion strike breakers, were by Mr. (3orey. The r .
TI.h wonean Monday made an at- operated Monday from 8 a. m. until 4 beneath ase arch of orc '.'-
tempt to .urde. the Inspector of the and 7 p. m., on six of ths twenty-odd paragus plumes from the ) '
political prison "ere. Whil ihe was ltes of the United Ratlroade. There was suspended a white sat: a:riaS
being examined by the Inspector, were scores of acts of individual vlo- bell. The cerenry, .:,' : ;'a)PeT
Madame Promklu wounded him with lence, but here was no riot beyond forced by the Rev- J. T (C:rk.
a revolver whleh had been myti- the ability of the police to putdown. Congregatloualist minis:.,r ,f 13:)ok
ously smuggled into thr cell. eesldent Calhoun, of the United lya, was simple andi '):; '
Rallroads, sald:. hour set for the cereoon.y e:% t
To Evade Tariff Duty. *'1 shall not take back any strik-c couple to avoid being mua 1 'I t
New York, May 15.-To evade the ing motorman or conductor, unless he thirteenth of the mront'!, a: 1 .
heavy tariff on foreign machinery an- first surrenders his union card, and catch the steamer.
tetlng the state., another European signs a contract to remain nonunion, Mr. Corey's parents, Mr a .
firm has decided to build a manufac- So long as he remains in the compa- A. A. Corey, Sr., an! '
luring plant on this side. The latest any's employment. If any nonunion atives and friends of :2, ". "
project is that of a Sirocco engineer- men who are attacked and their lives groom, witnessed the re', .y, t
Ing works of Belfast, IMgland. The endangered, or police protection is not were also at the dinner : P*
capital of the new oompany is $500,- afforded. I shall ekereise a constitu- ceded 4he wedding.
000. The plant will be located lo tonal right, and arm them. I sheb
New York. not stand by and see my crew, beat HUMAN FLESH FOR SALE.
Up."
Aceeosa Castro of Murder. Explosion Claims Nine Lives. Natlves of South Cameroons
New York, May 15.--Hector LuAcui Bristol, Tenn., May 5B.--Whtle a Their Captives and Crirr ii .
Pardee, brother of General Antonio force of men were at work blasting Berlin, May 15.-A cNrr*.^-
Peredes, who was killed on February on the South and Western railway of the Cologne Gazette wrltg !r
15. a&ter he had led an ineurrection on the works of McCarthy BrSse. near the South Cameroons, sa)4 '
agalast President Castro, It 1 ana- Alto Pass, N. C., aa explosion oe- Maka, the negro tribe inha'>*'.g i
nounced, has forwarded to the high curred. In which nine were almost in- territory between the s : -:
federal court and ooort of cassatlon stantly killed and four others were Sixth dorees north latii,'". a C
at Caracas, a petition accusing Cas- seriously if not fatally Injured. The nibala, and not only ePa c.,'*v
tro of murder and demanding that he men were all employees of the railway but criminals who have c, e
be placed on trial. company and were astlves 5f the Al- demned to death.
t--- a PassM section. The force had The eorrespoodent oh' ,, .,
Man and Wife Murdered drilled for a blast, and after placing Sesh expoeed for sale in ie .^-
Tekemah. Nebr., May 15.-Walter the exploesve la the blat bole, start-. 'Ihe smallest offenses, 1e
Couple and wife ,Evagi Just across ed to retrat: the dynamite gred pre. punalshable with leath I "er
the linel from the Omaha Indian res- mnaturely ad the ome wer' burled t secure a emstant supply fyr c
ervation, 1 miles east of here, were every directto. Thsee who were kill-1 ioa.
murdered Sunday alght.. The wherif eD were ter'bly mutiltaled, wbUe the Atmt on K;a Lg'
is searching for Bert Philips, a farm urlvtvg wcrkaea are badly brulsedi p AMpt n K '
hand working for Oopple. n labeled. Pse.s, ay 1. t....
to the Journal says ta, .ta a y'
Patal Quarrel Ove 10 Cents. Death M CMlnel A ree. p1044 Monday at P -
FItzgerald, G.,, May 15.-Monday Dlton, O- Mau 5..-..ol... ear rra, near a m.,rr. .,*
two empoYes t .Oe Uorant ho- e on of I most pr.om4onenl-Thr ch-udren werd n W,-,
tel became Involved a quarrel over ettis of tMs place, died at ai "" 'ae Ante .
w10 cents wfoh i. Hill claimt A. hone here on Monsday. He was .The mryal tra t from n
Lewis stole from him. Hill Struck knowa throu-hout the -tat- and ha-, -- e ass f.-el,- rc- -"
Lewis over the head with a rantlitn held 1 y Important oces. He wa. ate a- t e te, .1>' "
rauurngo Meo skull. Leewl, It Is a soa of Gneral .Duff Green t u to epa bh -'
d, cao re~ovoe. :editor. pro.,:.r and diplomat. Which ues ed the be, "


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by Representatives of
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'The Purpleand e Whle, Int.
by Representatives of

Cl(a) "Washington," Jasper
Mas; (b) "Luther," Tom R. Mc-
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.ore Class -(Abella of Spain,"
HIOtWo; '(b) "JoVit of Arche

i Olo-Rduabl Pedrick.
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imts; (b) "Luther," Tom R. M.
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"-zn l ',raoIkee.
Pre la Kelley. pres-
dent; s tteprt, secretary;
Mable teautmrer; OrlmsotKand
op CM4Dallats Bower,
prenidet ; tri. Baller, vtoe-president;
Inis Tl ~ety Rale Taylor.
treasurer; Red and* White, colors.
Junior 0a eIol Vidal, presl.
dent; Leat Rpitr, vic-president;,
Beatle Kdw, yelrelary; Jasper Malt
phurp, tre are; Tom R. MoBetAh,
clasd poet; ple and Gold, colors.
Glee Mtub-.4poranoW-Valera Ben
nett, Lena OidWlogh, Lucia Patton,
Mary Pher, Reabpl PVdrick Ida Mo-
Donald,'Utfet tl er, Helolse Vidal,
Kate Moblware, Evelyn Collins, Mamie
Perry Katie Barre, Winiftred ed.
rick. Mottle- May Williams, Julia
Bunch, Mlatte Boulware, Margaret
Merchant, Lucy Orr, Montlnb Pagan,
Fred Bruce, Joy Williams.
Altoe--Mabel Avers, Ploy Cecil, Ints
Thomas, Anma Taylor, Maud Lewis.
Tenors--arle Kelley, Dallas Bow-
ere, Barnl Mon.
Basses-Tom .R. McBeath, Jas-
per Malphurs, Douglas Perry.
Baseball Team-Fred flampton,
manager; Byers Douglas, captain;
Dallas Bowers, e.; Earle Taylor, p.;
Cuthbert Padgett, 1st b.; Byers Doug-
lass, 2nd b.; Alex. Harper, 3rd b.;
Davis Douglass, a. a.; Fraser Mer-
chant, If.;, Sam Dempsey, cf.; Giles
Means, rf.; Jake Padgett, sub.

PRIBBLE AND THE MOSQUITO.
Arrangements Have Been Completed
for Leoture Friday Evening.
Prof. Pribble, the naturalist and
mosquito expert. Is still talking mos-
quitoes, and has succeeded in Interest-
Ing many of the leading people of the
city on this Interesting subject.
Prof. Prlbble, as has been stated.
will deliver his lecture ou the mos-
quito and the best and moot effective
mtonner of treating It tomorrow (Fri-
day) evening. The lectures as form-
erly to be given on Wedvalday even-
ing, but owing to the session of the
Diocesan Coanoll of e Epltscopal
Church, and with courtesy to the
school children, it was decided best
to postpone the same until Friday,
when It will be delivered in the audi-
torium of the Galnesville-Graded and
High School.
Prof. Pribble Js not only a natural-
slet of note. but also knows a few
things about playing A piano, and has
oonsemted to give a musical recital
in connection with his lecture.
This function will be free, and a
cordial Invitation is extended to the
public, the ladies especially.


bANFORD'S CELERY CROP.


More Than Seven Hundred Cars Were
Moved During the Sseoen.
J. V. De ton. for many years a
resident of this city but now engaged
Is the commission business n New
York, has returned to Sanford.' where
his family are located during the sep-
mon. Mr. Denton state that be cel-
ory org l n the Sanford section ha
been very successful and proliic.
moe than seven hundred car leads
having bwm shlpped from therm this
i sesa. As a result times bavse been
very pooptsdmIIn that sectle. every-.
body seetenl to have mmeW.


Twenty Pereens Injured.
Otacluuat,. May 14.-Twea.y 4per-
sOBs were lajured Ia a bhed*oa col-
liatom oa the ClbctaUt Northera TrW-
tioa IIs. oae itole roa M atUltU.
Tue ly.* North endt soth bonAd
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ed for catarrh,. that ts, to refund the on Te meo, u1aa tn June. to,- Cabinet.-Maker
moneY in case the rem y does not The Woa's Mlslonary Union of
give satis faction Te complete outfit the Baptist church at this place rea. S1 E'. Main t.
costs f1-00. dered a most excellent prram Bm- Opp'it* I' (.
day night to a large and appreciative 1 **i
In the Mayer's Court. audience. Many impressive piece and -
Johni and Julia Thompeon. colored, were ndered in a charatag maNMer. '" %
man and wife. were arraigned in the Th eneed of the foreign lands were a md0 eI
mayor's court WeOesiay morning *t forth In such a .wa by the t ..
upon a charge of Agbtlag. and were speaker and singers as set th an,',d I .
fintd $2 0 and oost each. most unconcerned to thinking. These *ee d} n*
Thompson aid both s .* when theI l *ades *arte dn a noble worL U RI A PE;
pair was released. May it prosia r u, r itayr. ALT"
Sl-reI .bo-
For SaIe--Furatahke hotel coeve. ww . .. -


lently situated. barfl a nice trde.
Has always betep popular with trdv-
elitg men. Present m r wlamhs to
reire from the bnumnes. For further
information addresa The un.
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W,--- bowels, r oduce t" up the gastric jic.s, an<
Pl 1 *etlg e1 pay Was -H yqm- teeth to ecas, i th constit-.ton a.t.
mpL ,Whe S*l Wist I they a are 41a tq4ih ^t!tV. W16t become affected l.v
ed wh Ahe e- ^Bishop We t11" destructive tra t
4 dqsa Addl Msot a ed. a~ ..aIasetawill not'!t
Aegton at Mrs. ith. It Is a Vile d disorder. When th str
bomes n(ected m ou and throat ulcerate.
T4M s*it&Bs"Ath anual a of brows coe out, j de ck and groin swell, copper., a, : e-r
the *p0aopavl oose of Florida Od appar on the 5-ab. A 1 a1 case rm o break out on the i t
T ied ItU Holy 'siriqlty 3 p ai L ermails 4rop ufffa Adiseasedfrom head to foot s
church Wedn ay morntlo a karge os he only know an dote for Co-tngriots Blood Poison-the one r-
des t frpt various sectloas of t is able to get to the,t ot'of the-diease and force out every ;mrt
the poison so that there are n *vrany *Igns of its return. it O fel
The St fNate Anxluter tIs also le. jb .tu.y rm roto, herbs and barks of known c,.rativ
The Wham's Auzltls vgIuut. I,~teadoat lowin A bal meeting e.ma ibe fitfrst serle. a tones iup every part of the system aipuU every part of the bo'vin r-ect
corporalp jiraon of, th holy conm.. health. Itwitw altsoremoveAny I OtWNofects former mineral
muntom w heMld at 9 o'ls0k,. with Ohileeradlcatii gthe poison-mromthe latretttion. Special book ,n t,:e h
an .4dr~as by Rt. Itev. Edwin G. treatment of thidiseaie and any dmdliea) advice desired furnishe,; fr et a
Wea. t Jacksonville. who write TE 8W IT SPCI IC CO.. ATLANTA ,
At 9145 o'clock there was a bust- ..
ness session of the Woman's AAudxil-
lary at tb Uks4' hall, wh1 was
kin lr ltM M for the purpose. ~r,. .
The cotnoll was formally opened O L D
at 11 a. m. by a "ermon .and Holy
Communion, Bishop Weed delhv'lg
the dfsoouns. At 12:80 the esunell
was arganlsed, after whihl adjourn.
meat w taSen until a o'cl k. when
an hour's business session was held,
and many matter of importance dis- / Pmt o Big l TWre eWves
psed c,. including reports of dom-
Ftrmes. 4 .t at th orn There iMbound to come a time through aPother's
From 4 to o'clock, at the ome eny wheover-word energies refuse
of Mrs. 1. Cannon, there was to continue the heavy stain. A cold bottle of
reception fta delegates and the Worn- a olves th Important problem. It
an's Auxiliary.whichwas largely at- e the th t of flyin dust, invigorates and
tended. Delllous fruit punch, lee sustains the strength. Bottd Coea-Cola Is made right, mixed
cream and cake, were served. right, IS RIGHT. Sterilised bottles, filled by antiseptic machines
'In tue evening at 8 o'clock there mean the poportion are always orret. Look for Crown LabeL
was a missionary service, which was '
greatly enjoyed. ..
Today's' Program, -.-- ,
The followtung will be the program 1, M. AA.k, Pri dent H. E.TAYLOR, Ca.l6e
for today: Wo. W. loDs, Vie-Prssiden t Lsu GaaM. Aist, Catier
7:00 A. M.-Holy Communion.
9:00 A. M. and 2:30 to 5 P. M.-
Business sessions of council.
4:00 P. M.-Drlve, complimentary to l j 1 1 1 lNl B N
vilstipg members of the Woman's Aux- Oi G ia .XTIw B'tr '2.
illary.
8:00 P. M--8pecial service. Ser-..... UNITED STATES DEPOSITO(RY...
mon by Rev. R. W. Patton. 0
BRONCHIAL TROUBLES. trpk ............ ...... ..'... 2,(0( <(
Readily Yield to Soothing, HeaingIn rteset Paid on Savings Aeeounts and C rtl4fates of Depowit. All E.iesim
Readily Yield to Soothing, Healing Tausaet Treatment of Hyomel. .E.TAYLOR Cashier
Bronchial troubles are purely local... -.. .
They cannot be helped by stomach LOCHLOOSA ITEMS.
dosing. They are cataed by Irritation A N lN
in the air passages and can be rellev-The School Will Soon Close, After
ed and cured by medicated air alone. Successful Term-Personal Mention. Alaehua eouhty is 8,. I, acres is
In this lies the secret of the great suc- Sare, has 248 miles railroad OW
cess of Hy-o-mel In the treatment of Island Grove, May 14.-This section mile wagon road, bM ,po0tuffle,
bronchial troubles. has been blessed with an abundant 128 public schools, 27 phoiphlti
The Hy-o-mel medication, laden rainfall and the farmers are now busy plants, 20 saw mills, $75.10) court
with nature's remedies, Is breathed stirring the soiL. house, four newspapers., and pro-
deemsorn, cotton, rice, $agar,
through the neat pocket Inhaler that Mrs. J. C. Thompson leaves today oats, rye, potatoes, pineapple. or.
comes with e ery outfit, reaching ev- for Jacksonville, wherq she will be a alMges peaohe,, pears, plumA ,p*
ery part of the bronchial tubes and guest of her sister, Mrs. Pope, for a eans, and all kinds of vegetables
killing at once the disease germs, few weeks. i
It allays aU Irritation and heals the Mrs. Wmin. Evans and Mrs. H. M. GaiBSUe, the CO DIun Se *,,
inflammation of the mucous membrane Baker departed Sunday for, Dutton,
with astonishing rapidity, where they were called on account of Hia lonrteeo churches, t pobli
Treatment with sprays, douche and the serious Ulhrm of little Winbmrn hoos, i d Univehrsty of Dew .
atomiser, in bronchial troubles Is con- of r dhhils, the Unidrs oKiS thedr'id
demned by the beet physicians, as and grandson of Mrs. Evans. wautr, Se alarm syte ., aiPtrd
the first breath of Hy-mel's medi- Our school at th6 place will close aaeiSe sops, three woL feo
cated air e to ooth the Inlam next Friday week, after a most suc- rle, etson g ;two mo,. fi etonrt
sated air seeqis to soothe the Infiam- eeC"fui term taught by ]Prof. T. J. thlee uiltroads, twofen P*Zrmfl*
nation, stop the cough, and thus re- Mcelath and A ughter, Mis Mary. ui a aeompanief. toner
lief soon becomes permanent and a The are prepare a very Interest- oneto bk r

Hymelt has, made anyIng program for the last day, and we staooestn er embrsacng eve*
Hyable cure hamn e wt any remarkost feel sure that those who attend will thinbln, the oemerre.i Un ,
able worst and most not have any regrets for having done -"",'""- -'"-"
chronic forms of btemdbial troubles o H R N
and it sold by J. V. McCollum T M MARp a
h he smtee T a e The Methodists ar' preparing an l
with then Hsme g iantee as he excellent program for ehidren's day, PractiCI
gives when lly-o-mel is pttrchas- ....... _















Ps dit to J"M0 AiL "SS

f 0s.

ot Office wsA ReftS a sa
Fight by Clogi" V' ., .
ard 1 I *,-. 1 thIe rWdeW of string worthP?
matters of Importanroe. uay wonder that we recommend a
9 lotithstandltn W 'tWo WhsNu tor of sc known quilly to owr
iothstandin the tboisanis of p atons I
9 are now belong d dh~y we arantee for
ns c of the t)a ,Lsla. m "ODORLE S"
a broation was otdj the Aampo VMa m adsW
resolu tio W" a ** -W1 0l
e providing for night Ine up. I ea -
Sbody commencing ye7tday. SM S
Many new bills are still.be ing tro-
d, and there rimalns yet for Cof -
to anY of te meoet o- T are perfect refrigerators to evey W
Many of the o tt d wi Miterst every housekee
and absolutely ncesa0l7Iea8-, ae" of a new refterxtpr
.,. ,.. avajkeuW roN TK A81aiMe
SicS Ssyem MAiiurACTOuPIe COMeamw
Te first report of the Llltlve .. I sma eases om oA
htigating committee of the iter -
,iprovement fund was submitted a ,
the House during the afternoon
son. and its conslderatlotf, le S
d order for 10 o'clock Wednes A
morning. The report, which is
by Senator Buckan", A chair-
Sand Senator West of the.First, Company
tary, is rather briet ad pre-
no facts or results, merely in
reporting progress and asking phae7, .
her instructions. .Jt 4pa, how. ,
recite the facts that two expert
tants, Haskins and ell of Santa Rosa-A bill to be entitled an
York, have been at work since act to provide for the establishment
2"2, and that their work had -and maintenance of schools of agrlcul-
sged back from that date, this ture and mechanic arts in the respect-
to January 1, 1901, and the con. yve congressional districts of this
expected to complete the in- State.
tion for that period of time, ex- Bill being repQrted unfavorable, the
the examination of witness, chairman of the committee so report-
first of this week. The approx- Ing moved, indefinite postponement,
cost to date is given Dt $2,500. Motion adopted.
e ompittee reports that it Is now Senate bill No. 172, by 'Mr. Baker,
led that it will be impossible to was withdrawn, and House bill No.
Iplete the Investigation back to 86, by Mr. Richbourg of Walton sub-
orulnization of board in 1855, and stitkted, being a bill' amending Sec.-
a report this session, and desires tion 1512 of the general statutes re-
Ueertain the wishes of the I9gis* lattng to pay of witnesses; was read
R, as to the continuance of ,their the third time, and passed under
gk after the close of the present waiver of rules.
greater part of Tuesday's work ate Cpltol Additions.
-l the consideration of bills on sec- The special order, which was not
reading and their retainment on reached Monday, being the consider-
ar to bills on.third reading, a ation of Senate bills Nos. 151 and 252,
ry but somewhat, In most providing for erection of a public-
unnecessary routine with very building at the State capitol for ou-
rtant exceptions, such as in the af* preme court and other officers and
in la the Senate, when Senator (152) for enlargement, and repair of
1d1l unsuccessfully endeavored the State capitol. was 'hen the border
Iabstitute a new franchise tax bill of the Senate, and Senate bill No. 151,
me0 on the calendar adversely re. by Mr. Sams, was read, together with
B. oth substitute and original the report of the committee who had'
killed. inspected certain locations for the
Senate also killed the capitol proposed new building. Senator
ion and supreme court new Buckman offered an amendment,
g bills, and the House effect- which was adopted, reducing the ap-
dliiPo.d of the proposed consti- propriatlon from $100,000 to 180.000.
I anwndment of Mr. Matthews The amendment of Senator Willis,
Marton. abolishing the office of reducing the appropriation to $80,000,
Strea'urr, not, however, with- was lost, together with *others.
a strong and able fight by its The rules were finally waived and
t the bill put on Its third reading and
teleram was received In the final passage where all ray of hope
SInnouunrhig that Speaker Mat- was soon lost and on roll call was de.
has hepn quite Ill at his fated by a vote of 5 to 22, and (he
itn 8arke. was improved, and question of new buildings or Improve-
ed T arrive in Tallahassee mets to the present capitol structure
or io definitely settled and In the nega-
'..-,ni;,.r of Important special tire,
?ln ',h senate and Honee are Afternoon Session.
a dl th, e e arly dater of The Senate was called to order at
to h0lowlug. : te $3S, President Harris in the chair
,, and only sixteen Senators answering
SENATE PROCEEDIN tO rou L>
'" Se,. sailed to order at entors Broome and West of First
'' iryidei eftsn wasnounced that the judiciary


ktym'., i o,,,II. -loom ttee was in session, wncn n
- r "" ,ill was Introdued a few minutes adjourned and the re-
S r. Senate bill No. tning Senators were soon in the
r A",ri. to amend S act ha d a quorum voted as present.
K 'i. town of Carrabeue, Masses tfrom the House of Repre
p. '. Florida, approved maveW were taken up and House
V. bi g No. 31, relating to time of hold-
m A trary to the ag terms o the circuit court of the
: '*"t ask for watr third judicel circut, was called. Up-
i. Z. of bill, as he d., on motiC of Senator Cockrell rules
it ",i,.stigatLon. T e wIM waived sad the bill was read the
r ..'-rred to .mmn e seed ad third tme and passed 25
."' W*y orgmaniationMw to 0.
>I t *-. *nntor Bewd fatre. Iamew s otter Msl, me*Morials.
bill No. 400, de1ig1at1 hi ete were read by title



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65 present. -"a 41a4pah ce. wrote you for advice," writes Lellia Hagood,
region of journal. of Sylvia, Tenn., "about my terrible backache and
ounse or o ss.--,. y or' monthly pains in my abdomen and shoulders. I
provctem.nt of upper St. Johns rivr,be- had suffered this way nine years and five doctors
t tei anord o* ls, had Miled to relieve me. On your advice I aook
adopted under suspensl of n O ef
.eas ,. na. 0. Wine of Cardul, which at once relieved my pains
House resolution No82. by Mr.' and now I am entirely cured. I am sure that
Wilson of Hernando--That, beganninr v m llf *
on Wednesday, May 16, the Hon"e Cardul saved my life.
hold night sesalons from 8 to 10 p.M .,
for consideration of bills on second it Is a safe and reliable remedy for all female
reading. and dispensing with roll all diseases, such as peri-
of counties for Introduction of bill odical pains, Irregularl- r1n ADVICZ
after th.- 20th. Adopted. 1 W rtw, a l. r d.cbni all
Introduction of Bills. ty.dragging down sen- S .ymptoms.nd, -wwi andY
We OAvkt. In plain usa*4 eduivolop..
.By Mr. Carter of Alachua-Rellet of satttons, headache, diz- "rt L"M B"|mn .
A. J. DaCosta. f Ziness, backache, etc. I, e Te.m. J
By Mr. Reese of Escambia (by re-
quest)-For numrance department o .. f I AA i
Florida and State Insurance comme At Ivery Drg Store la $1.00 bottle Try it. M
sloner. A
By. Mr. Smith of Lake-Relating to
State Board of Health; 200 copies W N
ordered printed. *
-Relating to illicit sale of liquors. OF U A RU
.' Reports of committees were receive '
ed, and spread upon the Journal.
Messages from the Senate were re-
ceived and the bills contained therein
otferred to the proper committees.
Bills On Third Reading. 'f m l L TI 6 U
House bill No. 8313, .by Mr. Faulkner (ZIeooareomta.l l
of Taylor-Relating to terms of court E E VOYT .E MGR.
in third judicial circuit. Passed. A% f T a fll foi furnshel lM t
House bill No. 814,. by Mr. Paul of mnit.O, i manager hasu U ia tIhis eounso hin7 1rty yeands s, ,
Holmes-Relating to supervlsions of .h.oroghly oa with l4ad ile.
registration. P .sed. _ _ i
Senate bill No. 87,.by Mr. Adams
of the Thirtieth-Deflning the grades
to be taught in the uniform system FIRB, AOOIMI T, BUVOLARY AND INDBMNITY INBCAHOt. 1aa1 "
of public schools, and to aid and en.* Matg a amber of proIalnem Aeansii said u3llsh IOmpatm e,
courage the establishment of public RIAL STAT IT LOANB.
high schools. The bill carries, with Q aspj lWy nh?11@ s fJrloz0" LIS /
it an annual appropriation of $65,000
for two years. Passed.
House bill No. 98. by Mr. Decker ofH A N T C O
Hillaborough-Regulating banks in M E R C 1
the State of Florida, excepting nation- Retailers sad Tobben to
al banks. Passed. d
House bill No. 409. by Mr. Melton
of Duval-Provlding for furnishing
ments of grounds.,aid
After considerable discussion in re-
gard to the amount provided for this SOUTH SID SQUAR l, 7 I WAIKIUVILLU LO
purpose, the bill passed by a vote Higheo market prise paid for Ohlke*.h Eggse and other PrnI ^'a
of 32 to 25.
On. special Order. A Complesste sek of is, Oor, Oat, floor, Bran, M ml, Ooll 0 A d e i
and R We hU onhy the VIBY AYBUT pods at Cv LOW- .,.
The Houae proceeded to the con-. ad R W 1 adnr the tY e T ad -tlo t heLf W.
sideration of House Joint resolution ,, ,, .... ,_
No. 52. by Mr. Matthews of Marion- .
Providing for a constitutional amend- MTA ,LZrW1ID=) % sg.
mint abolishnlg the office ,of county
treasurer. On motion of Mr. MacWill.
lame, the resolution was placed on
third reading, and was lost, ayes 26, I
nays 27. '
The exceedingly close vote Indicat. I
ed that the Efforts of the gentleman
from Marion bad not been wholly In .w
Tain. ....-**^
On motion of Mr. Decker of Hills.- --**-AND DOALB I--- .
borough, the rules were suspended :
and Senate mesMageu were read and e*
the bills referred to the proper coa* -
mittees. _
A special report was received and
read from the sp;,lal commitle to
Investigate the inte.ral improvement 0Do eslSOr4k'lMSSgteJbe beSuass e s 1ls ad DeIase IUbMIe.
f und<, received oef It aleraM M SpeuaiftseM M e male *lieeMelasa ea I
Mr. Carter mov.l It he spread upo0 eeible rlae hei *StaII I es
the journal and made a special order
tor 10 a. m. Carried. *
House adjoer)d to 9:20 a. m. .-
Wed nsda. G-ai.es-om eL F].


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yoor baby? TTo wonder why be ari s.
Buy a bottle o W ite's Cream Vewl.
ugs a=d bS wil never cry Mot
babies have wor.ms and the motm|s
don't knw Wl" Crown Vwl I You Are sIsured.,
utaser idst" ,,dotwooneandel A e
out Its *rt InD a pleamst way. s a oMthM Ie enOble, Have a .
Every mother should. kwp a boWtte Wme of T1 y Coatra g
of this mail.e. in the booM. With po ll O
it. fear eed over mts her blami.
Price 25. by W. M. Jome.
YorAe s. s eII. You Are Assur.ed
MA Naval Lieutenant.
Atlanta, May A.-A commission f That MiS0 losM am overeom ye e t ho u0
wai issued from th office of the ad* O*
Jutant general Monday to Abram J.
rultoan, a" tiotenant of the ThirT | 1
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STh telephone company claims that
t manslaughter Dr. and nlels of Jacksoiville ts strike employee, are dally return-
tt withdrew pl of, notullt are in 4ttyl, ofpsts af Mrs. Esther o work, and that the ltrfke is
tred plea t oty. el C. Jordaq. Mr. and Mrs. Scrivan harings repted. ian there tuatono
to vs, Wade Stage4 et al. Dosler of asotenville are also Mrs. quiet, there Is id.ll cria t situation
Deodest larmined and Jordajn tq.uiet th e(
,Defaid aralsn4 and Jordm e symvatbet.lc strike by labot unions
guilt?. t J. D. RaWnar ad Guy Farris of connected with t*e Ur t.cf Ralruvt,
IL. T slie Lot, lareny. De St Augustine are Aire in attendance such as firemen, black miths and
t i.witdrew IIes of not guilty, at the dioceMmn meeting of the Epis- electrician, but so far no action has
lalty'.. ,, copal Church. Mr. Rahner is assist- ben taken.
VS M Mte r0 mpen,' forgery. ant general passenger agent of the YOUR GRANDMOTHER UED IT.
Geat ir gnsd.qand pleaded not Florida Fast Coast railway.
*M.. Juy oalle and sworn, case '
IT, and th9 h 4 foreman W.s During their stay in the city Rt. But She Never Had Sulphur In Such
,Iwo a thrdsh Foreman W. r Rev.. 0. G. Wood and his estimable
t a dict of guilty*was r.wife are guests of Col. and Mrs. W. Convenient Form as Thi.
vs. Mo b watson, larcy W, Hanipton. Bishop Weed Is well Tour radindmothwer used Sulphur as
sa, Ito plao, a y, known and popular hero, and not only her favorite household remedy, and
and entere uilty. the members of the Eplesopal parish, so did her grandmother. Sulphur hasn
ad tredbbl edWadsfgurt. but everyoneis glad to greet him. been during phkl- and blood disease
pleaded to pllity of larceny, '. V. Pattersb of Baltimore, rop, for a hundred yMars.
again arraigned, and sentenced reenAti H. P. Chandlee, Sons & Co., But In the old days they had to take
Ut court to pay a Afe of $50 and erockery, is at th4 Brown House. Mr. powdered sulphur. Now HANCOCK'&
or spend four months In the Patterson is one of the most widely LIQUID SULPHUR glies it to you jn
jail at hard labor, whereupon known traveling 4nen in the State, the best possible form and you get.
courtt adjourned until 9 o'clock having been a regular commercial the full benefit
teday morning. visitor to Florida for nearly a quarter HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR
of a century. and OINTMENIT, quickly cure Ec-
F. PUNIRAL OP MR. SEIGLER. Mrs. Gilmore of Jackson llle, who sem0 Totter, Slt Rheum and all
-... .11. for many years was a resident of this Skin Diseases. It cured an ugly ulcer
aM Laid to Reet at Waldo Wednee. city. having a comfortable home on for Mrs. Ann W Willett, of Washing-
,Ay Under Maseenle Ceremonle. -Alachua avenue, is attending the ton, D. I., In tree days.
.he funeral of W. D. Soitler, wh Woman's Auxliary session here, and Taken internally, It purlflee tbh
suddenly on the streets of to being entertained by Mrs. J. D. blood sad oleare the complexion.
at a quarter of 9 o'clock Tues. Stringfellow. Her numerous friends Your drugist alts it.
heart failure being the are delighted at an opportunity to Sulphur* Booklet free, Itf you write
Wil held at balf-past 8 o'clock greet her aa HANCOCK LIQUD SULPHUR COM.
.ay aftetrmou from tns rest. PANT, Baltmer".
'the ceremonies bWa g conduct. tP rlnMllili_ _
Sider the Maaonle'rittul. If you uffer from Rheuatlism or Wife of Editor suicides .
e tu neral was largely attended. Pins, for Ballard's Saw Liniment St. Louls, Mo., May 15-Mrs. Ag-
|1deceased was a well-known and will bring quick relief. It is a sure nee Houser. wife of Daniel M. Hou!-
man. Among tho0e from owu tor Spralsa5, Rbwilti Oon. or, president of the O )be Printing
Ytlle were Mrs J. Alderman treated Muscles and aol palis-and company, publishing the Globe-Demo-
and Misailanch l$eier, sistera.of d. within the reach of all. Price 1Ic, erat, Is dead from the efftct o- aaelf-
aed. Mr. ad Mrs. Oeo. P. Morris, $1.00. C.,R. L ith. Te Tai. Tex.. inflicted wound In. the rignt temple.
. B. and J. A. Phtfer. and Oonyers wrttes: "I have d ~ B sllard's Snow Mrs. Honuer *" id by her hus-
Iuigh. IAnlent la famr ly for years and band ori his r~~riu ;.JZA an automo-
SDecesedi o survived by a widow, have found it a f& e raedy W r al l bile rid* with hi* two sons. Mrs.
ho was formerly Mlis DPwe of pas and ahes. I re maea t for Houser had been 4a a very nervous
city, to whom thea aathy of pin.s in the Ohest." old by W. M. state for the past three or four
dos is extended. _hnon. months. Members of the fanily art
PInltigating Brown ville Awlr. at a loss to auign a reamn for her
B -"Investigating Srownsvllle Affair. a
VIM f. P. 0. ROUTB. Wa.hlngton, May 15.-Thetnvestl- .-
gatlon by the senate oonmnttee c GEINTLE 1 PRING.
No. S. Extending to Windeer, military afftiru. of the Brownsvlle rt-.
Will Begin June 1. OtJrI affair, was resumed Tuesdav. It-is within the rang of possibility
The postolice department oa. Thirty-three wltnesse b have been that a connection may after a while
m that another new rial ft called, Imost 6f thrm at the request o b drawn between what some people
leery route will be uSenat or Wa'rner. who Is i charge oft i "Spring ever" leaningg thereby
ithe administration's side of the caWse that eensaton of nothing wrong in
tis will be known at Route No., nd It Is expetei that testimony il partular. but thit all is not just
will be operated out of a o tbe offered a entot 4e right) and that ve rprvalent malady,
eat via Windsor, covering & a iler te ltmony hast beq te fn dyspepsia. At any rate. physleas
t of about twenty miles. The &ll o the t lroe. ThS 1ts no who have used a u option compo
proposes to leave OGanesavflte SicUoa how oag the wlmitter'e of K es. rlMid M attract of Bet .
at I a, m., returning about will be in session. 1 e. Baultoi Mllt ad o s. llu id -
By this service many families tr.a.ct an 00a and 16 oI .
aooeouodtated, which wll water ia treatiag Gyapapsi have tluad
i oaven ence to all aloa that the medine to Mot only woasr.
I omavetoe to all along e sfuilo.. beat b tally elcaeto ei l dyapeplsa e 4i ,
of this route will have IS"Ulk b taiPd of 0 b W. a but that f it fi aels an ada ra
u delel e between the 1i0411 1pti % tihe Obaft "rtag terlsa." ad exactly w9 t
'10 pr the penwut th. poor bl d MhaIa oad aw aa m y people o at Ms asas Net the
'M-I N arvte may be tiT. O y---- IsII--W it Si m "-8 year. M-et NM results are Mid
Vbwsoat Getey. t semeov reaoo -atf l tM taie a to follow the 0e the prmesejoam
.t ota_ 4n 011at 11 1 Isa NO-n dea e m ofa a aii adua~a
IAWemea m 4111oa1101. We101 am 4me 1111 1 th-e thim e a del y. tt e p.ipt in
.5 : S-A S amte ts#o A^ me Iwbkh may sods e


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Mde by Monday Ott qtg. a

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ical rcit rf t 0h o wsppe wr .*It id 14
4i etsenth centu? I 1s i 0t OR" of's is's *
S bt". th *-At 0M o a ..n
SKilmerh eW it pearo. by te .44oul
is wonder ,ott-, tee bes
1a3,e _" at t.e io.te won
i ithe woi fi~ t.f mtliuli wo-
-te u se .'violus leauasp.
Root is not rec ta.eias a wbole, tthe 1ik .Was1.t
tiftyouhave an& t* handmog of the 9t0 .t" in
der bleit"Ib f I w a sotess.
Syw need. Itm h asttp W-ii" lng thrait.oad .:609
S a fndi l ihas, g 1S that cars woM be
isat4 eVery case that *a r M& 'O he IJne fUo 7 o'clock Into
been l~-.# until 2 o'c k lo.a 1i the
W pape, ewho have *eVlag ,All at theywtll 'stablla
.Pi nhiave a simple rvd the cptro tet I.aP.
aKbook tell. Tb strike breakers were attack-
H 24w 0ot, ld uShow to cad wl e
W beiyyr bladdertron- -ly it mob Monday, and would Uie-
tlg"tMention reading this ly harip beeQ killed but for'the lnter-
i lairper and send your fereMee of the police. They were
badly beaten before they were res-
esed.
The appeairale of Governor Gillette
*ga-e smt a t eon the scene bas resulted In san ntire
4truggiots. ,Don't make change in the astpet of afftaire. Wilte
.t remember the namue ItI s gantei on all ildes that there wlU
S'l mer' Swamp Root. be so spo~dIc acts of violence, there
i %hamtoU, N. V.. ou is every tirW'atlou that for. the pres-
S, at, at least, the strike leaders will
plIae their inalan reliance, upon the
ITY AN o6Fyoott. ta will bend every effort to-
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Sprains, Wounds, Old
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Lame Back, Stiff Joints,
that top station, subdues Inflam.
out Pai.
IS ler Por. loons the Fibrous Tissues
iculr a ti f th DMood, giving the Muscl.


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X bY in the O^e o(
SornrstaarUVIw tan we
jftbi M'Slanta. pieces you cap al E yor st .
%R, l^ o pole, and hes0 e, *i a
t aicle ,t annoys o to sav
soS_"s, r, bay, .- as llyo alays oud them,
*,,,,-weg .l.. ^yet ii eh,.ayQ t will fin4"i &m blIa In to dts-l
a A bb ei W gbe(m ise, and also 8V the 9 Xpense of
.. has those two m xwe a you have been
,este4h joi I, clever, -ra.c hiring to follow d your mower
tI..l ma1liiner. and i t will no doubt to pick up auid pil these stalks."
proke of great Beft to the farmer,
i at < aI .is gestbo & arte W -od.AMr. Fu- Marrled1 Jspoasee Girl. *
L.LS r ""'gato's friends congratulate him upon Seattle, Wash., May 15.-Horsee
Xady, litdb~ ; thib extellUen artlte, which follows: H. Lavine, son of a wealthy shoe
part of t hehp .."I select a piece of tolerably old, merchant, o0yratiese. N. Y., pass-
ror".ye r;S.. land that will make from ten to d through hisre with his Japaams
;or so cents V tvnty" bushels of corn to the acre, bride on hTs ay bome to break th
*e _wherp the beggarweeds do not grow nen s of his tirrlage to his parents.
S notice local tw.lr ak, butithcek. Mrs. Levine IJ reported to be vwy
nsertion, and3c uai Z a break this land good and deep wea.ltly. She speaks no Eng ab.
]mo5 be tis l~ahLe n de avint enlisted in the first Tennessee
ordisplaY .yaig pevluintc rs and was in the Boxerto-
or .all vegetation early. When planting blu wili the i infantry.
tlp odneo, I law off rows four and b
yTricWeCk 8SoU Iae t1* eb.Khalf feet apart opening with six
Saper, ubl i thed u mf 1?4YIM ordiliht-tnch shovel deep; plant the Drowns While Bathing.
k State and Ipseral, awiU t. coath there and one-half to four feet in Atlanta, May 15.-News was re-
,postagefree, to say rurt oftheUuited tdril, .covering with planter plow or celved in th, city monday of the
or Ca, for$.ooer ave. doble stock with two small scooters, drowning of 'iarry Austin Brooks,
o-- i doble s to cover shallow and leave rs, the on .rs 8arab V. Brooks,
Sdvertising bills besb sdte i oe shallow ad lav corn the Fon of Mrs. Sarah V. Brooks, of
scsof advertilsaet. Uem otNhrwIt below level. 30 Win: '-r street. Brooks, who was
tedincontract- -.ti 80ae1toWut' "When time to work, I run around of age, was drowned
quired to Pay S o asd6tlg idk with small sweep tolerably deep, plow waboutie byear oat Paytonw aFo. He
Mddres, T DAUM 11 a yty F.
to.A Ia out middles with scrape or large wing went to Pay-ton last September to
sweeps, so as to leave beds flat; after work for a luniber company..
I.e Baptists of Florida will likely this, cultivate shallow with same until -- -- ,
the building at Lake City for laid by, so as not to make any more Believed to Mave Been Murdered.
tist college. bed than possible. Comer, Ga., May 15.-A negro by
S, 'When oorn willdo to gather, I .the name of Richard Strlckland was
John W. Gates is preparing to leave gather it; As soon as the beggar- found dead oa the Seaboard Air LAne
dl6 street, but he has not yet made weeds begin to bloom, and I get a day railroad track between here and Carl-
ythreat of going to the Seate. when I think it won't rain that ton, Ga., Monday morning'. R to
S _____ __ day, as soon as dew dries off, I go believed by his people that he was
generall Sebrng will 'e the next in and mow until nood. In afternoon, kUlied by some terson,oand, then put
of Jacksonville, 3Ja1M, D. B Itake two men and -commence raking on the railroq tracks.
e withdrawing from the race. abd stacking corn, stalks and all. =,=,
oral Sebring will make Jackson. using a teu-foot fence rail for stack- ANOTHER WONDER OF 8CIENCL
a good mayor. ~ole, set tw.o,.fet tn ground with
S________ post-hole digger. I stack right on
At a meeting of the e rCity ground or throw / some cornstalks 8iolry hans Pr VId hat Dandruff 1
S Ndown first. I make my -stacks about Vc ed by a Germ.
ers' Club the other evreaityng one six feet through at bottom and keep Bc~tn-e Is donig wonders these days in
the met sad," Iu reality we Wemin well-rounded up and patted down medicine n- wel& a ia meinti4mes. i.ncI
Sthe silent sex." We would ateasthey go up with fork, never letting Adam bived. the human race hns teen
arue the point with er anyone t stack When I et to (roui h dandrff for wh'ch no hair
| anyone geot t stack. When I get to preIiarrtt:( has wreotofore proved a suc.
The bunes men of re the top of rail, I put a large forkful on `tsrul : until NLwbro's Ilerpicide wu
etop and pat it down smooth with fork, put on t. m-nrket. It Is a sciternt c prep.
rt to begin arranging for a big and continue in this way every day Jral t1dr 1 1 t cdt a thb gr nto that ak
North of July celebration. Ofala has Jardruff (!- sewr by digging Into the
hrtys shown their patrion.s on the that weather will permit until I get :aip to t at the rcot of the tn:r. where
y hown their trios on theall I want saved; then I let remain t a; s tlU. vitality: causing Itching scalp,
and It is needless to may that this in this stack from twe y to thirty 'allilnt hlir. an finally baldness. With.
wit lW be In keeping with the out itn.iruftha!r must grow )uturlantly.
Sbe in keeping with the days, or longer, according to weather It la the only destroyer of dandruff.
conditions. The damper the weather, ,Pold bv lTbdin druggists. BSend loe.
-the longer it must stay nthes stacks. In tam t fr ample to The Herpi.
Tampa's fire department was called Do nogert uneasy about this spolltacks. de Co., D trot,. Mich.
on to put out a fire that was set for it will not,' as the cornstalks win Two e-8 set sad
a recent rain, quite an unutmal oc- eep It from heating and packing, 8J Bodiford A OO., peolal|Agent.
arrence. A hard rain Sunday night and also act as an absorbent of mois. - I "< .
uised a large quantity of lime to ig- ture. t t hd REVI VO
ite itself. The lime was completely "When it ets thoroughly oed, IV
sstroyed and a nearby building haul it to barn or press and bale. MKS W UTn
ligbtlv burned. "I *1ill add that in stacking'you gen. 'I
S-. erally get rid of at least 25 per cent
"If Bryan from defeat will not en- of the stalks, as tney will fall out of
Nile the laurels upon Roosevelt's the hay in handling. Then when you Ii
aq uering brow, then fro~ the great go to haul, the man forking it on .
hight of victory let Rooevelt reach wagon will throw outabout -24 0
bvn to lift the patriot Bryan up to cent more and man on wagon the on e*gsS ti
pSer and duty." From which bursts same. By the time you get It to the f a d qtuckaly. Curel w otker
Eloquence It will be seen that barn or press, you only have about ou eovgr their oset'
I Temple Graves of Atlnta Is not 25 per cent more and as you are uni- ausal L..qu Vi, r I I
Istnp. ._ loading It you can easily throw these sasM oPowero Mibilm
-t --C -H out and not lose any time. .ie r _dis'reo. w stl foe
Ix Senator C. William Hinds of Mis- "You will be surprised to see how -M, -t- marn selv e
PLl. the leading negro in the green and nice hay will keep in this sqi bld l ilolbl r, br-ibn
mth believes the country south of manner, even under unfavorable st toti-r y*t* w la
Saon and Dixon line is the prop- weather conditions;' horses win eat s 'o be marred Ves i 'S&
Place for the negro. He reached this hay in preference to the Ilnest BS perrakart.rsialer
SconC(i1ion after trtlang vainly timothy or clover hpy in the world. 1tsIa eew arnd oumre. wddreIs
two wf*ka to rent a desirable "I have left hay stacked in field in U V m **SOICO.. Mas* O5..CM s
o Io4ton, everywhere meeting this way from September until Jan. For sale la GainevIlle, Florida, tbi
-Ition on account of his being nary, and inside It was as If It had W. M. ,Johbison, DroaggI .
uI R *al esJtate agetall refused not been there a mAdbth. I will also -
b >r to the negro or. raisd the add that It shfds but very few leaves
tO to absurd figure Wh Hinds cured in this manner. wP L g 3N
to them. ^ "Peas or any other crop that will t I M V -
=mature after corn Is gathered, can be f R| I!I in"


; not oft u that lorida railroads saved in same manner; but you will
ced to incre ase t have to plant bunch varieties of AN
^w duing the a m e so tby won't run on stalk. s Wt .
of Increased travel, bat M "TYo may think that I am a 'luny.' 'as
dfittkn has been made but If you will try this method once
e* HoAfstead braeah gbofth yo u wilu worry no more about savings I AnW
ade nee by t-he In." As or O, o. Crrr or TOLi"O. "- -'"" -
Itra 4 .f and busiaefusOentet LvcdsCoury of br
o ed Frank J. C em ey sakes oath that *, *ps.S .s.as
hW of~.: p Wbh"Onow hbve carms,
be I-,,.parrtneor. atthe firm of sOts,6 WhKu8u
i daily at HM-ei" w V. .M Cbey A Co., doabg business ""a*_ (1to
.... "sfadte. the Cr of Toledo. County and Mes Ei OW.
d ab _____eaM. adO that mi &rm wil
hr many the sO a of One Hundred Dellars
Itfnz WM ft W et be sAer Oby tue*of

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ilsInow on file In
s eoretary of State,
SFlorida.
lee given in pursm
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wiejl Ath*o


Ssa m and carry n the
.6o d aral meracnts, to en-
nd Saryg oQ the' busi-
Ia s, C both natur.
wet, light und
SaIn and carry on the
i ppilying Watr for pr .
use, and to have and
and pabhpaw. stations
o said4 business, to en.
M cary o the business
I e cad retrigera*
bile and 'private use, to
narry on the bushqess
I n and supplying eleo-
light, heat, and power, to
utt, lWae and carry on the
of ommunication by tele.
ph or other means of
la and to construct and
the poles, wires and stjuc
i y to carry pn said Oast-
t a ena* rally In the
iof a Public fervotee Corpora
i'ay be determuQed by the
*rectors to be advantageous
business of the corporation.
pIuaiUoo shall have the right
t into, make and perform and
Rt contract of every kind and
rij with any person, irm, as
or orporMaton. This c r-
E aall have the right to bor.
one pon the Itsse Iof war.
b aer other negotiable secur-
,orporaion, to purchase,
iresume share of Its own
eteekW to buy, sell own, and
sharee and to mak
stocks. shares. bonds,
or obligation of all other
%L or pereow s whatsoever,
zoleoated or oranteed., and
owner or holer thereof
s areas, stek bonds, or
Sto eserolse al the rights,
at privileges of the owner.
mA d to exerWo any and
Power there.
l crporation asall have, use
a Ian the rights, powers, andI
geo gated to corporations for
inder thb law of the State
,rlds. The .oregoing s all be
red both as to Its object and
. and it Is hereby emea l
"ed that the forelo pr e
hall not In y way it
* t the powers of this corpora-
CLE 3-The capital 'Iteok of
tion shall be Ow HiUA
d Dollars divided Itt
ld shares of the pr val
e Hundrd Dtolairs easo.
shall be paid in, In lawful
Sof the United States, or
, property. labor or serMl
)iat vaealUou to be fixed
at a meetiUn to be as.
WAtpIrpo,* .
4- The term tor whleh
shall exist. shall be
e yearO from the date of
patent.
SLB, ec -ThM business
tion shall be conducted
t. a, vtce-preeldent, soe.
Streasurer. and aboard of
The number of direct.
h ared or dIminished
Uws. The directors shall
se took holders at
All other ot.
oft thl corpomratIm
i S aaily byethe di.<
Meeting of this
bt ea the A&t
-th d r of JaB <


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o Tucker, R.
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4 U M$ u ,n
Of dre4tor ft
Ug eg* s tock hold
S. one vote ,for eachb

re fa kown as the cor
por will be eiroular In
words "Alacbusa
a et Compapy"
A C 1 hhest amount
of or ability to which
thl at any time sub-
ject I pU (7,0001 ) Seventy-
five thou 0 .
ART .L1 9 9-- llowin per.
eons to aar ur
and have.h be to and for
the amount and tnuber of hares set
opposite thb r w .
8. aRi t Tyleun Fla., fifty (60)
shares. "
L. 0. Conell of Tyler, Pla., fifty
(60) shares.
J. D, Turer of Tryler, Fla. fty (50)
shares.
L IL Tsoe of Tyler, Fla., ope (1)
share. '
R. I8 Hda"so of Tyler la,, one (1)
barer. .
J. A. etoh of Tyler, Pla., one (1)
,sbare.
Tho artoles otf Incorpora-
tion a d tGVe d adopt.
ed a" I i oe Of the owr.


ats to be na Asachue
t s dmt Company,
at a meett o bscrlbers held
at Tytor! orI that purpose.
In wftnaw-towt we have here.
unto st oa e d and AlI this
3rd day of April, 107.
0. D. RICN.
L. HUDSON.
-. $ D. TURNER.
L. 0. CONNELL.
JL. . TUCKER.
SJ. A. BEACH.
(Seal.)
State of Florlda Alachua County.
Before me peso;ally came this 23rd
day of A0t l. A. D. 1907, 8. D.
Rioe. R. Huson. J. D. Turner, L.
U. Coonnel, L. Tucker, J. A. Beach
to me well known and known to me
to be the person who subscribed to the
foregoing articles of incorporation,
and who severally asonowledged be-
fqre me that they subscribed to the
se for the purpose of obtaining
letter patent and Obalter of the Ala*
chue Trading aad Improvement Com.-
pany, from Abe State of Florida, and
for the other purposes- therein ex.
pressed.
Witness my hand and official seal
this 8d day of April. A. D. 1907.
FRED CUBBBRLY
Notary Public, State of Florida at
Iar My commission expires June
zz EggM9.


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DR. ROBT. 0. BOWERS,
DENTIST.

OffSli In Miller Law Exch9nae.
Ofioo Phone No. 255; Remideneo No. 100

J A. CARLISLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW .
Aad Solleitor In Equity
Rea ^stat, 0Coveyanoing and 0Ge*
ral Praetsle. All businem promptlf
attended to. Offie next door to Bus
offi. GA.. ESTIL3, FLOaIDA.

DR. J. H. ALDERMAN,

DENTI8'T.

Over Daosn A Co' Bank. G9laovice


DR. DmV4RE B. MORRIS,
....DENTIST....

Ooeo over Mareas Eadel'. Phboa* 79- ranp


FERDINAND BAYER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,


G~lnsust: L,


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Oan sell you. fy property, (Ia.
proved and *,,i o d), phosphate,
trookiag and fa rmig ade. Bead him
a list of what you offer for ale. 2142a

BAKER, MATBESON A BAXTER,
ATTORNEYB-AT-LAW,
.. SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY. .

GAINESVILLE, Alsehoa Co., FLA
Omoe to Haymans Bloek.


T. B. ELLIS, JR.,


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wes Od them the following Our
people, wit a Idea of affortding dele.
Sate' ta ts ad other conv~toss
held Iebuiond, an opportunity for
iiwtU t pJamestowa positiq
wiWI .i arrangement whereby
the Ilev (brtion of ticket reading
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The Is a movem ent now a tnft
to mAve u I Ode Baptists uIsea
ble inla v lle, moT ng trom
tbee cc t dqse trala-on might
say fa a Thoom withe Wp mur pleasant *
For itrher amatheron tadaoes
8. O eBOTYLWON,
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MustlaSt. 6.0., both ways.

.60de Nnew1ERoad* 4d 64Coastwiue service
(Ayd Neq. 9'nandald- 8outhemI.u iuleg
Frmidbt B*MIt B $dsiet JAOKS9MWVIlLE, BOSiTON and
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4ollng at Charleston both ways.,






J CydeSi. Jhna River Line
Stoppa ing al atakat, "tor, BerefOurd(NDe1Asd)*'And lutermeui1bte Lar dirg
on St. :ohns River.

Bteamer "OITY &FJACKSONV1LLE"
Is appotntW to fall on.!ollow!!i Leave Isehsoaville, Sundays, Tu(-sd&'@ abd
Th~ursdays, S8., u$eturnlms, Wave Sanford, Mondays,
in 4 *wr- and F* aye, $160a. M. -
I~Nor LOW
st8:: pm ...................,.aekoiaska... ....LArrve2:(&a
14 m ..*.....*. ..... . 0*Jae k &sil..* 0. .. ... .. ... Lear ve 2 :((ll
A 48s900 am ......... ....**.... tnor... ............... 9:80in i
10-0 am. ...- Cos .... ......rr~ ... ..... II :(1A $1
P-AB8oN(mER AND TICKET OFIOC iVS .AYBT. JACK M\ iLE
F. Md. Joxxv~arna Ja., A, G.. P. A... Jasksonville, Fia.
30:ox Pmmn ITo.P. A., A. 0. $A.aa'Zy, G. E. P. A.,
jack*0ftvlls. Fla. Pier 88 N. R., New York,
6.0 Broadway, New York.
L. Do Jogse.To F. A.," L. N. SczoaLm, 0. A.,
Jacksonivllle. Fla: Leesbura, Fla..
W. G. Coonam. Jia., F, A., OLYjDxays.ux, G. F. A..
*Jacksonville, Fla. IPier.M N; R New Yor',.
C P. tsy. VLAirfat, Jpokponville. Fist.


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York, May
Wea8 strike *at
gt sides are
p hav been


.t, anti th b'
f.t an t thg air tt.
I Hj~dinsont t %V,
,-nta"vP of the A@4M0S3 I
orf L );r, agIht thb a q
1c t:;e l~ongihor'.0R'.
;nLion to Inqulre if theol
d 'be of any assistance i..lP*.,
settlement of the ml
h the union is no0 affillat4l Wstk
Amwerican Federation Rt t4 r.
prpcjdeDi Connors, of th Ukalien,
Sin) fniat the strikerW*aV ,r nU
kng for arbitration, a hat 1(
steamship companies w1 to
el unicate with the Mdti er It
ts could come to" the >-analltre*
I's headquarters. .-
* Suit Against "Mother1" Iddy,
roncord, N. H., May 14.-A, -
for additional timet l wldk' to
i supplemental pleadIlU wIsM n*U -
Ey granted counsel for the.p)snt1f
the suit brought by te "zet
Hend" of Mrs. Mary ket 0.
id for an accounting Wf tbe (?ro
Sof the Christian Sdenfleae r In
ieincmack county superior 0("W
motion required 16 fays add
time for the fllng Ot *f ppl
ntal pleadings after the d t4 f ff
Court is rendered on t"i4 petieoS
Mrs. Eddy's three trast e, Henry
Baker, Anchibald McClllta, and
iah E. Fernald, that they bl eub-
|ated for the "next MfAeni" a
lntlffs in the sult.f Argiaet. onq
S petition of the trustees will be
bde next Monday, May 10. ,heite
ht no opposition by Counsel fot the

Reward Is Increased ,
AtLanta, May 15.--I. H. .Dton,
Ifather-in-law of the aan who has
akn missing since Thureday a week
p. sat-d Monday afternoon, tbat the
ward for the recovery of t1h* body
!J. L. Nash had been raised to $500
ld that circular, to that effect would
i scattered broadcast. Proteeor
0o-y Niash, the rather of the young
an, and his brothers, are still at
ark on every clew in the endeavor
Find some trace of the missing
IB. The Knights of Pythia", of
tich Nashi was a member, will also
t in fo'rrting out the riddle, for
leh has !th mystery of his disappear.
e grown tI be.

If You Don't
Succeed the first time use Herbine
i you will get instant relief. The
Intest liver regulator. Positive
ie for Constipation, Dyspepsia, Ma-
ia, Chills and all liver complaints.
-. C-. of Emory, Texas, rites:
I1 wife has been using Hebine for
Ielf and children for lye years.
a sure cure for constipation and
ria fever, which is substantiated
'ht it has done for my family."
Sby W. M. Johnson. ,
Ifederate Veterans' ReunIn. Reih
mond, Va.
Te Seaboard Air Line announcea
Kr ex*ursion rates from all orld4a
Itt made one cent per m1I t
h 'ood Va and return a lt at
Sr**Urlon-ti(ckets on sale May 26,
i i>. and 30th. The Seabord
I abl di, dally arWtoe tU
. Jak.,,: ile and other ior i
tt_ rt through Pullman iSe P ,a d ,oaches have ba or-
,* : I,.ay be made eoaoft,


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Small the Ingredi-
a lare prtntel on
ndt their forulas
.*beilnogcomplete
il9Just what you are
4ite bogredients are
Laboratory, being
st valuable native
d .Bowiag In our
QIV Wpoet ,to cure
VI taI ta" most


Sys an Important part tIn
's Golden Med Discovery ti
tre of Indigestion, dyspepalia and
eaitosach, attended by sour risings,
mart foul breath, coated tongue,
r o aDpetltes gnawin feeling In atom-
MA bOouat and kindred derange-
Witaef the stomach, liver and bowels.
0e0lmd curing all tNe above distressing
a0 th(" IoldenIMedlcl Discovery"
a p it for all dlasease of the mucous
smubranes, as oatarrl, whether of the
uMalpMsages or of the stoma.k, bowels
ptLvi organ. Even In Its ulcerative
ges it Will yield to this sovereltn rem-
if Its use be persevered In. In Chronle
of the Naal age It Is well,
ise taking the 'Golden 4ed0cal Dis-
for the necessary constitutional
It ent, to cleanse the passages freely
'.thr.atdmes a day with Dr. Sage's
arh eedy. Th thorough course
Streatmet generally cures te worst
p" b and hoarseeas caused by bron-
Sthr and u ait ndlun ctilon, exewot con-
In its advanced Ustaee th dldea
Disolla o aery i mosat efficient rem-
epeelally In thoae obstinate, bang-on
caused by Irritation and congeetlon of
b hlal mucou menibranes. The "Dia"
Bp~enr" u not m d ttor acute com.utb arMs-
T mudden colds nor must It be ex-
leeto care consumDtlon in Its advanced
-M- no medicine will do that-bhut for all
toinate. chronic coughs, which. If -ne-
ted. or badly treated. lead up to consumrp*
on, Itithe best medicine thaL can betaken.

", 8eott'a Worst Hour.
Il f'rt the foolish and ignorant who
are prey 'to the most unreasoning fears.
Boott, who bad grand moral courage
and seems ordluprily not to have lack-
ed physical courage, has left it on ree.-
ord that the moment of greatest terror
In- isi life was that he spent while
walking back through the fields after
passing a day wVth Joanna Baillle at
Hampsted. He met a rough looking
man, a disreputable figure otf the real
Jail bird. Scott hurried past him in
alarm and was further disconcerted
when he saw, by turning his head, that
the man had crept through a gap
to the other side of the hedge. Scott
climbed through another gap, so that
he was able to see the fellow groping
at the bottom of the hedge. It was a
stone or a cudgel that the ruffan was
seeking, so that he might do murder,
the novelist thought .Ad in that mo-
ment he experienced an agony of fear
such as never before or afterward poe-
Bsessa him. The purpose of the man
was quite Innocent; he was merely
plcking up & bundle. Scott vaulted a
stile with uch thankfulness to escape
that lie was unconscious at the time
that in grasping the wood be drove
home a splinter thr&b-quarters of an
Inch long between the flesh and the
nail of one of his flngers.-t. James'
Gazette.
The KaJ)*doseoop
Havb you any idea what a wonderfNl
thing a kaleidoscope really Is? Did yr
ever catch yourself wondering how
iqany different kinds of patterns Oeei4
be formed by the little bits of clored
glass which the Instrument coataU
and which adjust themselves with sceb
remarkable facility when the lastmu-
ment is turned in the hand? A calcu-
lation has been made by a noted math
ematictan which we are sure will as
tonish readers. -ie shows that a ka-
leldoscope contaluing twelve bits Ob
glass may be.turned rapidly enaoug
to make ten changes a minute day a
night for flnpety-one years and flty-
nine days without exhausting the t
ferent combinations or the ponssibll
'of getting a new flgre on the next
turn. If the number of pieces of glass
be Increased to twenty, a calculation
sbows that 4,' .NWQ. '.:,7, years would
be nei'sary tb go through alt of the
changes of which ltawo'ld h,,* .Tpnble,
the holder of tbe linstriiumn't t:rnlitrlg
all the wlh!i'!e to g-t ten nlirgtn
a minute said working day and night
those anillions ,of y.'al.
How Brewmlul 'see Pllttal Matter.
I have '6mG the newwjrnrp.n, oily
through Iowrt'S eyes.. lIle r-ad, thelru
In a rbom sacred frod) the foot of wo
eifn. and this is not always ~tlisfuc-
tory. sa whenever ItAbrt falls into a
late of dllgust with any politica!
party he throws the whole 3ubjet-
e*er. Erar now and then he ignores
Urantealtoi ber. ad'i whQ am r1or1
Iwpra nd at Ferious. OaI myself


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op" n"is a rawcmt'
ea "I pahe .a Point oewt nIr*4d-
a orG.t'r St, D. Irudisou.
"larudboa Is* dmaiu. iWba
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EWS OF CITY AID

COUNTY CONOENSED

Kitters of Gened IntsWt &ath
ered by Our sports,.

PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEM
t Has Happened and What t Going
to Happen Told in Short Paregraphal
So That "He Who Runs May Read"
it in The Sun
Horses clipped at HtWatr & Ed-
fards'.
Ladies' calling cards in lat styles
St Sun office.
A few newspaper filiq for sale. Ap-
ply at Sun office.
New stock of buggies and wagons.
Ianter & Edwards.
About $1.00o of groceries at actual
tust left at Oliver's. -
Blank leases for sale at tis office.
fice $2 per hundred.
S\nm. Kcllum of Pairbanks was trad-
Skg in the city yesterday.
S. M. Ward of Be9alngton was
14l, yg in the city Tiluesd. 4 -
One dollar will start 4a -Vlgo asO
I~out lth us. Phifer Bros. ',
J .. Haymans has retuMred to Loh.-
a. after a brief but ptlamat Visit
to his faluity here.
Col I E Webater is in Jackson-
'ii!. ,her. h1 is attending 'a sting
o hf h0' ')", una ndery. .
A d,,ii,tr a week dropped to Ur
:'.':Cr iaik hon amonx to qUtte
& t1. o)f 1.mey. Phter Bros.
ror Rent-The dras a roos
Ib light housekeeping, 0 book hrom
aUtr Apply 105 N. Ualversity tS
P H. R.,nme of Re~geo was I.the
S:"-urlay. having co bimut
S with the Umtd States,

S.j f.'il,.r. R. H. D t sad R. J.
bt! [to,.,tW who have bene aeo
'" -i few days, SrmWred to
*r h., Tnusday. "
\..l i Iila? Wiebenr yny
^ *" -, get the very h t
,"nand the Bue Riboae
<1j }, '.raber the r.
S~ rwis a* a T is

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Fay-Sholes typewriter for sale. Ap-
ply Sun office.
All kindsft salt water fish today.
Mott Bros.,'phone 93.
Only purest ingredients used in our
baking. Keystone Bakery.
,Mrs. E. W. Mlllcan of Waldo waS
in the city shopping yesterday.
Unfortunate indeed is the man who
has nothing saved. Phlfer Bros.
For the best printed stationery at
lowest prices call at The Sun office.
Waterman Johnson of Micanopy
spent Tuesday in this cit on busl-
ness.
Win. E. McArthur .ot'-Montbrook
was transacting business\in this city
yesterday.
The savings bank is a firm, stead-
fast friend of the laboring man.
Phifer Bros.
For Sale-Two Clyde Line tickets,
Jacksonvilll to New York and return.
Apply at this office.
Deputy Sheriff J. D. Siford and
Monroe Kirby, two well-known citixeas
of Newberry, *e In the city yester-
oay.
Arlends of Dr. J. W. McCollum will,
et to learn that he has been in-
'osed for the past two ,or thr
days.
Mrs. M. A. Chapman and,' sister,
Mrs. A. J. Bailey, have gone to Eagle-
wod., N. J., where they will spend
th6 summer.
Among the ladies a attending the
Episcopal Dioteman Co4cll is Mrs. W.,
J. ;ook of Jackdonvlle, who is a
guest of Mrs. J. W. Teach.
One of the most proftable things
& man can do Is to open a savings
account, and not only to open it. at
to add to It. Phfer Bro s.
Por Sale-White Shetland pony.,
harness and buggy. Quiet. for chW.,
dren to ride or dive. Apply H.
Ramsey. N. O inesville, la.
Mr. and Mrs. George Cauthent, Mr.
and Mrs. Rank Cauthern and Timn
RoS s, aUMot LCrosse, were visitors
to the o'sety capital yesterday.
Robt. McClellan has gone to Jack-
sonville, where *a is attedlang the an-.
ual session of 4tA Plorlda Undertak-
rs' -Amodationoo, session yesterday.
J. BB.try. a a oaa in the emptoy
O the Seaboard Air ule who makes
bis hesdqUUtrtS is Waldo, was anag
those 'who spent yesterday i t isM
city.
AsoI # aO USendg the O
pal dM *weftis Is B D Burt e
PiFta. w Is I nuaseted wlth teat
I ort ais, t J. I .OPatM.
L*-I pser Wpe; one Dt*re-
fv arhite, r wiW sad lives spots.
Wad solatr t anb CW. h
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something fwwo
thi panby


People f'a.ten poor because of
neglect ot 4 y training in habits
of sa\lng. Phbler Bros.
For Sale-!.A neW ,Ill-4m house-;
i-4om sorvaWt' tiUse and one acre
lot. Apply to P. )ox, 3321.
Have yoe staottoW prited at The
aun office., lintrai work promptly
delivered at reasonable prices is our
motto.
$1rs. Phillip Miller a4l daughter
have gone to Jacksoavllo, whWre they
will be the guests of friends tr the
qext few days.
Phifr Bros.


BANKERS


DJo a General Balk.

lug Business.


We elicit
the ioounts of...


Merchants
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"Farmers


Corporations and


Individuals.


do"tmestretmmt soWI




hrhwler Istermib 1" s


ais


the city attedtin
v Annie Lou Coley of Oobti j,
ll the city on a visit to friends


Ent


ott Bros., No. 93. for 4 1 uTAUiRAT.
Ai alwater fish, all kinds, to-* .'r, '
414* 10 Pototffice.)
J4 ;U~tdhinson left yesterday for
aix and other points on bust-

Stodays sale at Oliveri', Nginelg Aptl is we will $u o
oOour Summer rate .of per week--41
ws^ Iti cost Only about
1Y rfirst..lass it eves pet. two
: rockton of Greene Cove large electric fans. In ti omfo r. ,
-81pd A registered at the Brown
Sy erday. COLD DRINKS OP AI -18 0
Goo. Goode has returned from Tam- -, I
y *r he has been looking after Coffee the t"ss. B19ve4 P '
a estate interests. nirl'. Game cooked to m
.1, 1for sportsman.
S1 early and get your sh.re of Or TN EARLY
t..- *e.la O i,-^-.,. Ab..o.t Or0 N EARI aX
6 tfta nar hn


t You remember the hangert you ha'
NV 0.-Home cooking counts or much
4 14 the child's health do not impeui
S aith goAm fbod by 1h0e Of poor .baktng owder.
Have a delicious.t poGo d a e meu cake or bilcuit rmdy wen thy
o "ein. T oA yToui R mut otn
& n MIKM


aMebersof the swiaty. 6
prom"na, with othermsm u aiewe
soieyti. smb w4ssmr usi..in
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left at actual coat.
0. Obase, president of the Dut- A
oftbP ate Company, has returned M O ,
r bualinese trip to New'York.
11o latter what your age, yoar
r .sex. you do well .l Book, tat 0Ion
Sthe savings bank. Call and
m as1 *but it. Phifer Bros. S Shot PlctuMa
J. 4 e,o, formerly of this city but
w tasking his headquarters nla e r .
Oala, ent Tuesday with friends, --_
eeo,. f Of whom wer glad to OO East Liberty Strt,

S1kniug ,the prominent visitors to GAMSY-ILL Atkins
this ity fr the. past two day is
Green C. Oalres, who la extensively
enaP the manufacture of natal 0 OBREA J
stores at Willotord. *
H. M6U Orady and R. J. hftch of AIDS :DIESTIO
High Spin gs s ent yesterday In this
city on business, having bee n mWn* And kesp sereleved of "'tat
mooed here as witnesses In ta oams o o erea "o.rr bre .
before the elrcult court.
Mrs, John H. Wellington of JAft IT's YOUR OWN i
sonville Is Ip the city attending the
meeting of the Episcopal diocese lid 04 rs r t tf tis .s
visilUng her sone, dward Wellitangton, a sliver st yourot by 'hi
'the popular chief clerk at the Brown KBYSTONB BAKn R
House. tw Ig6. R, T, .K JCi H j
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Morris spent .. -
yesterday in Waldo, having gone on
account of the death of W. D. feeleor, IA
which occurred of heart failure Tue-
day night. They attended the funeral
In the afternoon.I,
"",.,,. ... "" "" B CLBS and I
Rev. W. C. Craver and H. C. Bur-
ley of .Lake City, wHo are here in
attendance at the Episcopal meeting, 1Iw Ull OSupplims
are guests of their friends, Geo. P. -----
Long. They are delighted with the Macy r Iadlag Plefele. i
city and the hospitality of the people da e premlU. KtleIinI
hera. t all klad
L. T. Ioux and family have removed
Into their elegant .nw home, West 1'3 W. U NION
Lbprty street, .near the University.
This residence Is two stories, con* -I u. k
tas. eight roob.s, and Is one of the iob I Dty A|w
most modern In/the city. Friends of [Iaorpord) ,B
the Rouxs congratulate them upon PerIr M. Oolsoe. Pmre I. W. iMaandM
their nmw home. Pres i I Cei0 Seo.'Treas.
Mrs. W. B. Denham, formerly of QAINZWVILLZ, FLA.
this city but more recently of Bainb-* "
bridge, Ga., Is her on a visit to Mrs. W ds ,Sleloe Alfl
K Cannon. She I. en route to ee .
Tampa., where she will make hbr tu.* | 1d I n 1d I A"sa i
areo hole, Captain Denham having APl in Nie tSSMfted pFO a
goopyted a position as gew"ral apa*
Tr of the TaNmpa Nort"erm a JE. J F SIMOX f
Waated-Ma to leara barrtrad.
wonderfull demand for b |;Wera few* **4 't
weeks complete by prpleal w per
imoe, careful austra toa, -m
strations and ezamnatoas; ~
granted, tools, v s0,0 w1a4UM.
top wages pad. Write t bne
Moler Barber Collgs Atlant. OC or
Now Orleans, L A
Mrs. Perry M. O 44 "tVardys
terday to Gulf aammk. a1e ta brVof
visit here. She aasaam,!* hash .
band to that polit gIe
with the hope that *it w d ad Y
wprove bs l to d, so', he e .,( s rfearof
be sufrfn tfor sewal ouss.
Prteods thrmau o the 0i1'wtI be OAI1EtVILL,
pls- to baet thate 0 qrIV W t
inwoved. 4h itiheme aw
rrends of Jam s 4t P.. who e rde ,nis i
has bee aho qi be bled with. ..i i
fever for S om S, wl be grati-
led at the. aforiUMs hat his ocdl-

tearlu t tfo ba gs l hI. moth er.
Mrs. Hele 7O. Agbs' where he is
meivag the d4 at atteation. He
will be eoable to reom e his ,detle".si
is a few daye2 sw o .1
The ~an mogloctsd to mention the
fact that I. Umiiy, J. r. Busch bad o
a. W. Wea yW among thow wh a 4IY I
west to S. PNittrg to attend tl bsgg
Mammalr of te orids unto > ^
Keoisstwal' Suety, now la sg so
I. that eity. They are .aeam- -."'


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