Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01116
 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 17, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01116
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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tlV, NO; 04
i:~i iw

oventiaa 7i fapoitAt
..... P,0t$sonth.


best e rt .Are to Be
SUponm-mIsoopellane WIll
hsestleft of Two Dioceses
He ,fd Conention.
t M' 16.-The' south la
witness three of the most no-
fai losi oonventlo in. ints his-
H l>rT1 practichily at the
tHl I, different partw -o- the

"@' meet at rlinlng-
r'their gepWeral con-
lor the 0VIWle outhmer Pres.
umre tu.he aptiUts meet
Umt l at #(4 oad for their
a sthtera 0o0nventlon, aad the
aitasl mtt Wed waay a In a-
"for th ~paelOpalians will ,have p for
ii ithe lIvsllons proposed for
h aiUmng of two ,4Woewk of the
convention. Ramor has been
t for-'mne tUm that .no divi-
u0ould be made, although it was
for by the general convention
B1 OWhirch If. It was seemed ad-

table dscussion was at first
nl as to which part of the
S tsaop C. K. Nelson would take
.hi territory. Then came the ru-
Sthat ndo division woujd be iade
the present, and muck Interest
ters therefore is. the pWobable ac-
which this convention will take.
e Presbyterlan general oontereftee
thav up for conflderailon asa t&he
ia lsue the votlag upon the pro-
plans for closer relatlos with
pprtheorn Preebyterlan church. It
Tbleved by, many that the semi-
plane will be voted down and
closer relations in the form of
wm will not be adopted.
-P rom all Indications there will be
'larger attendance at the present
ral assembly than hasl ever at-
ed one of the Southern Presby-
At no time In their history have
tllst' bots gone to a general con-
with higher hopes or great-
expeetations. There are plans
,Afoot for the raising of $500,000 for
aln missaloa and $400.000 for the
amialoni. This is the most
sum the church has ever be-

B ALl IN IGHMT .11604,135.

etr' Analyss of the Cotton Move.
n ment to April 30.
SNew Oriean,. May 10.--eoretary
SIl.ster's'asatyals of thewoo ton move-
Mnt for ealght months, from Sept.
1.0 to the close of April, Inclusive,
ows that'Oompared with the crop
venmet last year, Teaas, tnelditng
an Territory, has brought Ipto
it this season toaroundat gree
3t.,500 bales more;* other glf
ItaLes. including Arkanae ladal-
a, M missiasppi Tenneete,, Mit-
iMi and Oklahoma havy e s r
t'S,.000 more. and the Atlansti etaee
of North and South Carotla. 0ow r-
Ia, Florida. Alabama and Vlr 000 more. making theotal I *
e 2.34,000 bales over laft 5m5r.
The amouat brought into 9i t by
upous Of states follows:
leas and Indian Territory, 4,1t,*
o; their put states,. 3.S57.9S?; At-
ie tatesa." 4,4!4734.7
crop ln sight at close of April
.352. an lacreas over last
1,5 .4.67.5 an Increase over
e last ot.1,o69.t04, and an
,*ver the same time nla 104

^P od' reidency.

....sMy 16.-Benjamia Id
Slket of the University
ba bees noered the
A the Massaaehuetts lnst.
to succeed ro*sl-
'. Pritchett, who an*
m nstls to las DCambr-
IBItBn f to the Cars*

*A~ ~

? ~

I -
?~ ~
%~ 7:

ost d ,P. *^r 0^, ho "^ eM BL !et .
AX -

lm element niie predominate, kept W for b ery tor l tt ba hret
up a riotOus dem o-strUoan sit d4tr- o "*--- ,e,, 'a place. .
e d an ith a on ADVAN 0 P .car
qutheir oitd btan abuWed the pu o b out DOittfW e

senrs and atoniei on te cars to in"" "- ;t A ? t
their hrt's W exmt. The poehce thoody ,tery Cottona MIt al wkat e be;i

from aU aceom~tt lpot control of the Isl um i i ,iwresw a Wa e^ SS, 2, S. ^
situation, and a number of acts of a l l- to Ru W d 9f bl. tfri WL&-.o
brutal rolt'nce s ave bnt. reported. Caf a n l mb* fiCt Alto iA e bigi trom gltl

Fifty thousand people rode on the wg Lists. Cott h- un ar d later af
cars TuesaAy, acoogding to returns ner he16 ACOsooM 1 f 11 Up a tu9S
of th pany's oef oals. toaSc 'it t lesh i .. t rebrr Se
The enea labor Itatnl remains *en-s f t hi a lettar fr a,$.2 t "Bask ktotd" .
ucbsmaed. The telepot ne opera. ,I o'rotiw'ew wil ta *ell t uaed the ttLoaVer to the po
tore are gill st, although it is re- oedt t .
ported that 4,nte a amber of the t wae f about 10 1 A *ee, later he reoelted an *es
ilrs srin to their work. hl mor thoeystf4t letter, A third let
Thel-, itrtiaI worked held a meet- fa tkr allowed o ater d sever
ing Tas day nght to consider their t ur wnse originaed In lfir, attempts were.'m to bold him u
course action 1 tregard to the strike whete a eYwaeee7nent r y ft* o the umee, but h be al $A saetI
of the ar me, bttheo r action I not i or a p Whe a fourth letter ared,
reported. 'j.re labor council also met. ulW Me. M tedto became thoroughty fr tend
The ear men 'are aow directing their Aboht 30,000 hands are etU iy H soiM out his business, sand 'iti
'energem toward formulating a plan for Fall R #er mille. Nearly ~0 op- il be money be o 0oa raise, he ye.
the mu qatpal ownership of the street eratves in New Bedford al.: re- to e York and Sailed fora his oy
raltways, and W. D. Mahon. presi- ee 10 per cent adv an- lbone Just oufide of Genoa, Italy.
dent of the Asoclation of Street Rail- noun eaeu t of wUhih was Tues- Three days after he arnded thaer
way limployeas of America, express- day the letter sayn, his body was toani
es the belief that this will follow the In Provideine mill circle it is in the road outside his house. I
present strike, stated that practically every cotton had been shot in the baoki and z l
s ao mill in Rhode Island will t if *sae the throat cut.

SAT1LUSHIPS INO. WKage of the operatives prably 10 for
-te per cent on May 27, or a wbek later. COTTON 8EED PRODUCT9h
Japoae and Austrian squadron The action of Rhode Island mill
all f am Hapiton Roads owners will affect about 25,000 em United States** Realined 31000,00

Noriolk, Va., lMay 10.--Ti e Jap- ployees in that state, eastern Con- from Exports if b Same Last Year.
anese and Austrian squadrons and the nectlcut and in half a dozlM Massa- Wetington, May 1o--Foreign na
first of the American fleet of battle- chusett villages, where the factories kets for the sale of American" cotton
hips at the Jamestown exposition to are controlled by Pretilenc mill ina- products Io the title of a' pamphle
depart from Haropton Roads sailed I terhest. issued Wednesday by the department
Tuesday. The Japanese brtswers At this time it is not known what of cothmerce and labor, through thn
Tadfkuba and Chtose passed out the' action, If any, will be takel by the bureau of manufactures, for dlstribu
Virgtnia Capes and tAeu Austrian cruis-| mills of north New england m lion among the manufacturers of cot
erl Sankt Om6rg and Aupern padse Three print cloth mills ui New ton fabrics and oottdeed products
ep Cheeapeake bay for saaapolte. Hampshire .and one in Mlrine uuau y he PtMee-tteofd pe t
The United States battleeblps Maine adopt the Fall River wage list, and the special agents of the deartmen
and New Jersey also passed out the it is probable they will make a change and from consular officers on til mar
capes bound north, a when the mills it that city de so ket condillons la China, Japan, In
The hpanese squadron oes to New Te Canadian mdl4s are also revis- dia, Australia and South America
York incident to the reception and tng the wage lists. Half a dozen countries. Another .pamphlet ha
festivities which 'occur there this week corporations in Quebec province and been Issued on the sale of cotton
iu connection with the vlalt of Gen-I two mills i St. John, New Bruns- seedl products In the foreign markets.
eral Kurokl. wick, adva' wages about 10 per The extent to which countries, ant
The Itallan squadron composed of cent this mouth il used In European countries, anc
the Duke De Abru flr agshp. ihelt a epecally in those porducing olive oi,
Varen and the oru Eltrurlash will RATHER ODD ITUATION. and the purposes for which the cotter
sail for PhMladelpsim and New York. seed oil are used, are fully set forth,
The Japanese, Austrian and Italians Man Robbed Carries Robber to Paris The value of the cotton seed product
will all return to Hampton RoadC toi to Locate Stolen Property. exported by the United States lal
he present when President Roosevelt Nw York, May 16--Sidney Smith, ye.r, according to the reports ,o the
next visits te Jamestown epoton well known New York society, and department's agents, was upwards o
June 1tsh. member of many clubs, etpamied fort 3)essu 000. Tne general opinfor
nec t ow Europe Tuesday on the K, ser Wil-$ u xnresse d by the consular officers is
Winh e row Prt nhelm II and had as hl s guest Geore that the sale of cotton oil and cake
Paris, May 16.-The Pretst of the Collins, ala Belnton, a sert- can be greatly increased by careful
winrowers Mat Ba e l t over r from the Brs army, and self study of market conditions and strict
wierBlow e lasst Ihyo confessed thief. Mr. 8mith pays compliance with the local demands.
the breaking down of the industry a expenses and made little or no ftheoon e d
by the making of low p ades of wines attempt to conceal his somewhat. ordd o r yite t
has resulted In the mnlaster otf fince situation o al i somewhat Od y o Into Politics.
telegraphing for full reporta on the oii orf engton 1. ,ho New Y rk, May 1*6.-Thonas F'.
subject from the tax oolleptors. The Coll or Bevington, ls the valet Ran, the financier, declined to make
su if Bize, arot as ai Cuxas i r ar-. for Morrison Warren, and in March any statement on the reports front
red out the threat made at unday st took from r. Smith's rt Richmond, Va., that he wa gradual
indemonstration thro pay asde ot nday men in the Hotel Rita, Paris, money ly withdrawing from business activl-
he m onstration o Narb more taxes. and Jewelry to the value of $15000.I ties, with the purple of rpttrlng t
towhe manyors of he rbone and othreatenr Ater h arrest her, he con ed his estate Nelon county, Virgia
retowns in thnle M parliaent traksteps t and declared tha t o where he would devote himself to hiis
resign unless arliaent tae tep te property in a metal box that books and stock farm. Mr. Rya sm
to relieve this iftualom. hidden under a bed to a room 9 t a time ago withdrew from the direc-
Shouse i Parts. torates of several large corporationa
KLare SY m toe Mitsen. Mr. Smith Is Taklng him over theer and the flianial district has beard
New York. May 1r.-a-dtxty thou- to give him a change to prove the for some time that he would return
mnd dollars I. the sue collectedO i truth of his asertola. It would not to VlrgiSia, 'here he would become
the woman's board of foreign 3a-1 do the valet any good to tell an un- tvely enaed in politics. Mr.
aloas of the Reformn Church of truth, because the Presch authorities yan seat out word nom his offie.
America as ant oue at the Thr- will be awahling him at Havrt aay tat b wetMou n m ethig regarding
ty-third an-ual metUng bhel person1 how. I tis. ith eort s. _oregtrdinot
Ttastday. This is the largSt a t Bevlngtoa hlmasf Olered to go to f m rt
ever ried for foriga alsaeloaary France without awattag extraditUoi k Killed in W k.
work by this body. and the report papers, In the custody of the maua Be B a ema, C ll, Ma W1-orth-.
t th. treasurer, Mrs. S. Doug- robI d eadl Cal.. May 16.~North-
laa.s, was reerived with great ethuat- -- bepud Portliad pasn gev train No.
ma. More than 600 delegates wre Conetll ei te Men. 3, on the Southera Paclic, was run
_preaat. Athens. Oa.. May le--reat Ca- Ito by two light enugaes at Cop-
eath Atteig> oil of Improved Oror of Red Mev be Taeday nlgs t. Brakeman WUI
t to .Death .Attendn. 5.heMr'. met Tuesday morsta In tihe a al Jose, of Pr i'o. was astantly

oG de, Ala.. -- 8 ....ws h
alea, &W. M.ay .-- ew as tu eer. 'e welme addess was killed. ActL.r..iI to the latest re-
eeS a le of the killing Mo Rapier diUvred by Mayor Dorse, aa@ potts 0A one was tjurered except
Wlleo, a an by I y of ag' Ipoded to by'Orta Roberts. Te Jon. 9olh enagWne were wreeked
by Artart Allen. a a larst crowd I yea attended. Co sad the mail a" baggage earn wee
a nero reb o ear Crawford, A. ambush. Us., was aanlmomsly ag.
Qaiai m sh l"Ii l IaIIu 2&& &a & I Iabu.Ga.wa eamo o.bftANO

Suuiay &gW% a us.u ued a 44 e-
tber pistol san 'tsna died almost la-

S"nw Falls I Kentucky.
Paducah. Ky., May )6.-Snowi tal
la Padu cah early Wfedeteday-. Ta
larry aUtted but a short tUse. but
We plaal vialt e oM the round.

em for the next place of metiag.

O Regtlered VOters in DuWtale.
Dublia. Ua., May 1i-The sty nre-
istraUon books havo ekead and tbe
ugistrars are Ba w ork puerg
Se Bst of Adiaq U oMwer. Te
" show ithat 6e em r. a-Wa

villa N", (a". G.=14.7Mean l
Soe otthem are rpbueamig ther
sa**em crod. o atthmc n.Pabe tM-j
ft sift a few aste. The ret
ow~tv a












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"]forts at Arbitra ion Prov,


strikers Are Said To Be More B.
termined than Ever, and Will Not
URturn to Work Until They QG
Wage Increase Demanded.
New York, May H.-B >th the rep.
resentatlvea of [he trasiA..aati
ta#e* hp companies and the st.kij
lohaboremen maintain a firm ,.;~ io
la their respective stands, s, th
! great docks strike secmss n, ii,
va settlement than it dij a weI

WThe steamship men dec'arc. th
they are moving ships a;,j sue
freight a& must be speeflly hardI
with the aid of the noni'i i me
they have secured, and taat th !o ng
Sbolemen will soon tire of thle strike
iad return to work.
The strikers, on the o~whr hand
eay kilre Is no wavering in thel
ranks, that the men are more es
thana.,ver, and that th1iw nw: re
turnl to work until th, y ,:,',, t'h
incredke in wages they ',. ,:n
ed of the companies.
All attempts at ar'):t;!a':,o: have
s'o far, proved unava-;ing.


Twenty.dight Dead Shriners Borne
Their Regpective Homes.
&an Francisco, May i6.--T," :
oala train containing t.e n(,: ..r
of the Shriners and otht,:r k::,
the Southern Pacific wrek a; l :
la ftturday reac -d 1:' (> ,
*p dtt^'Cok Weda i. ur. .<
After a change of en g1 e lI ]:uii
ately left for Buffalo a: i l,:,:,.yl
vania points over the Soutl:r an
Union Pacific, St. Paul. Wa i a
Pennsylvania lines. It wl, run 0
special time and will reach HlffA.,)
Sunday at noon, where a conl,[:::
of Reading. Pa. Shriners of laIW
Temple will meet the fur.era pty
The train consists IF a i i-.l'.,< c
containing the twenty-el'" it,.,
composite car, a diner a::, :' P"
The train left Santa liar',' a
nineteen bodies and took on i.' o0 L
on reaching San Luis O i.;<,
Up Before Committee.
Wahligton, May 16.-'ITh'e 11ve
tigation by the senate co0:1nt 1 i
military affairs, of tne 11 p nol!
rioting ease, Was rosumeI" Th:rt
three witnesses have been 'ca.
most of them at th ernqure st
tor Warner, who Is In ch P f?'
adminfstramon's side of the cas" a
It Is expected that testim)y f .) i
offered against the nero ,i-a
sjdiera. Heretofore pr-ac .c:'i
of the testimony ha" been i, favor
the negroes. There is r i 9
how long the committees ; i

goe( Out of Commissio".
New York, MAy 16 -T'e c"I1
Baltimore, lying at the nav 1
Blooklya, went out of comm.nn '
Tuesday' when her ias as .Oe
ad Uentenant Oonimmn,"r (t
Stone turaned the craft '.e "a
department of eons"ructk)L a0
ailre. It oa said that the i'
which went Into conimmnts^ It 1
will be convert wf! "' .. a.
V5t6. The Baltim' '*
the famous battle of Mi A
tlag the Spaanlsh.-Am* I1'-, :

"I stInfant Do1I gWvll.

SAWd bo newly born Prtnt"(,
are both in goohealth V
hr time baptism of the he
Whith wii lake piece S& ,-d~f.

Bank RAWe f !.~

of the itils'sasb:'-
Pek a emif ted Tucs,&' *!"V
IMd bessen .eve Pon I :.-,- '

M!Plgf Md rebbmodf ft


~i ~~~rn

'. ^ .'<*

'1, 3

Fbm uinas Were Full din.
Sfro Moring Til N tb.


e Were Business soins lo t
Porning and Aftorneo Wrth ile-
lal S'rvleo, With 4m by Riev.
w. W. Patton li#hg.
he secoat (" G4 day of

a ixtyfofthai ion of t
|copal Dioo~ecU of Florid
ch hall ep with Ho
arhwA on*e of great st
5 tthe progmamn t
b tma oIt ipressive onv
S* the te was o celebr
-hltel omnmunio, WbUl

+.I+moju m. P 2: 80 p. m. th
i bti bainaess seelon, whe
W of importance wei

at a oonm at 4 o'clock the vi
of the Woman's Au
driven around the cit
thet "ariou points of interim

et lOdek In them vesing thh
S9 stWher ieO, the sermon bl
by Royv. .' W. Patto
th le sai d ImpressElk
wel attend

4 thae ar"r anid tervhs.
S 11o, sthoerting. wUiot h wie
SOfth malt largely attaded a
t eucssft ul t the State for soN
l) rs, will be loug resTemberes
the visitors Were Tovry much I
d with Oalnosville and the hoo
t extended them here.


f GAames Played Thursday, Ti
gather With the ROeult.
,omouih the courtesy of the Elk
Shbe have arranged to receive
ratath te Western Union the repol
the result of the ball games of thi
glaI Atlantic Le aue each nigh
* Bun has the plfasure to piremen
a morning, several hours in ad
,ee of any other paper, the score
0h were as follows:
_eksonville' 3, Columbia 0.
flrbeston 11. Matou 0.
|Custa 8. Savannah 0.
fhIs report k(ee)n the Florida teni
Slu the lead, inakug a ronuside
y better avcrnge than the comnpe
H tams.

Obala Was Victorious.
A tkegram received by The Su
OR A. A. Graham, Ocala. last nigh
tes that In the baseball contest b
*0n the Brick City and Dunnelloi
Ia came out largely victorious, th
Orf being thirteen to a goose-egi
*4 la playing gOod ball this season
.. . *

thok f\tike fo ti the out.
side -b)it a atrance on the
inSid will co00nvince you that

ard Cleanable
*bso of Its 's'n iothors
jst like it-no e.1firr a ldo for
466WhaIt will, It i.sthe a 'rid's
a~eaisd *anjarAt aj.Wil

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I -

* "It sin my opi mry duty to join
oth who .ames the Cutioura Benm
dies. r my dmtes og a out
A& =een ce o the

CaL, JuItMa d July 20, 190."

Cuamd Cutm RemdieWs
No ftun I r 20 Y rs.
"M when a lad of teen, wa
troub ed with humor on his face and
after using t Cioura Remedles he wu
fd from er.y humor and has con-
ed o ~to the prSMnt time after
twenty yea have pausm. Your Cuti-
Soap ha h been used in my family
or NE years and I have faith In the
Outioua Remedies. A. H. Smith,
Marion, Me., Dec. 1, y05."
p Dhtesi~ iand Internal Treatment for
H ft .hldr n. and Ad4lr. con.
(2S,) |I. (') lenethr Skin.
tMMI J .) to ml the Ikln, anild ('u
iI i V ( Ooft~ rlll i w Via( of 00) to l I r thtlie mlood.
w rrid anttarLWu & C1mn.


Succumbed. to Blood Poison, After
Illness of Three Months.

OoorroTYO cOsB*sD
Deputy Shrift Geo. W Uvingston
of Newberry is attending oourt.
Mules for sale or rent. Apply at
once po 0o. W. Scofield, Gainesiylle.
J. r. Feaster of Rochelle was trans-
aeting business in this city yester-
Dr. C. 0. Miuon has gone to New-
berry for a few days, where he illI
be a guest of friends. I
Miss Myrtle Fennell bha gone to
Lake City, where she will attend the
marriage of her cousin, Mis Price,
to Mr. Jordan.
Meedames J. J. Barr and J. D.,Wat-
kins and Miss Matthe a of Micanopy
spent yesterday In thib city as guests
of Mrs. C. 0. Pelrick.
Mrs. C. A. Liddon and little daugh-
ter, Mlanche, are in the city from
Ocala. They are guests of Mrs. LId-
don's daughter, Mrs. Dr. J. M. Dell.
Mrs. W. L. Floyd has returned from

e, Mrs. Minnie -Louis Gleason, wife of granted, tools given, position waiting,
George A. Gleason, died at the home Aop wages paid. Write nearest branch,
of her uncle, County Treasurer R. B. Moler Parber College, Atlanta, Ga., or
Peeler, at 10:30 o'clock Thursday New Orleans, La.
morning, after an illness of about The Sun acknowledges an aggree-
m three weeks from blood poison. The un acknowldgs an agree.
r- l-ceased was born October 1871. able. call yesterday from Harry L.
t- hnce was thirty-six years of age. Brown of St. Augustine, editor and
Her parents having dl.ed Int her early gen-ral manner of The Record, ne
life, she was' taken, with other chil- of the ot daies i Florida Mr
ldren. by her uncle, Mr. Peeler, who lrowt, who a n e sr of
in reared her. ability, as he has demonstrated with
in reared her. 1 decThe Record, was a delegate to the
t. On January t. 1893. deceased was
e mrrd to George A. Gle n, andiocesan meeting of* the Episcopal
em married to George A. Gleason, and Church.
n. to them five children have been I)rn.- 'hur c.
e fo4r boys and one girl, the latter only Miss Irene McCreary arrived yes-
g. fifteen months of age. terday from Tallahassee, where she
n. Decetased was a consistent Chris- has been for the past few days with
- tian, and was active from the time her parents, Senator and Mrs. H. H.
- she joined the Methodist church, hav- McCreary. Miss McCreary recently
Ing ht'u a regular, attendant in all r,,turned from a delightful visit to
branches of the church. She %as her friend. Miss Margaret Jackson. In
never happler or more contented than Paragould. Ark., Joining her mother
whon isho was working in the case at. the IT. D. C. Convention in Jack-
of (Christ, nnd her deeds will live soiivlle. fromui whence she proceeded
after her. to Tallahassee. Her Gainesville
besides her husband and children, friends are delighted to welcome her
dcea'c d leaves two brothers, Chas. again.
It. and J. M. Peeler of JackMonville. We have received a program of the
The funeral will be held this morn- comntifWement exercises of the Pres-
ing from the residence at 10 o'clock, byterlan College. Charlotte. N. C..
t ev. T. J. Nixon of the First Metho- which were held May 10th to 14th.
dit church conducting the ceremonies, which. Judging from the nature of the
The pitll-l'earers are J. S. Crown. R. numinbrs. was a most Interesting aft
I.. ltartn, \V. It. Crown. Thad Davis, fair. Miss Leonora Vidal. who is at-
Clltton Crown. Sr.. T. E. McDonald. tieding the college, added to the oc-
Thte at s)inthy of the community casion by the rendition of piano and
is extended the bertaved husband and orgai nmusic on the musticl program.
relatives in this ad hour of bereave- This was Miss Vidai's fArst season at
niOlt. that institution, and friends will be
i dulichhtd to know that she, progressed

Entire Day Thursday Consumed In A Small Accident.
Important Murder Case. I An ecident which, though of no
The entire day of the circft court iglnifuicnt in>aortanv. dhlao ed sev-
was occupied Thursday In the case: eral trains on the Atlantic Coast Une
of the State vs. Sanm HalL murder. at a few hours, occurred at th, junction
the conuchsion of the day the Jury of the tealtiard Air nLie a;d A. C. L.
bringing a. verdict of murder tn the Thurda. n morning. whebt a "pusher"
second degree. derailed sevt-ral cars dirnwtly on the
lu the case of the State vs. OlUe crossing.
Royal murder, case was called for There was no loss of life, and
trial, but continued upon applicaUton property damage was comparatt
of defendant on account of the ab- little; but the fact that the derailmet
sence of a material witamea. occurred on the croinlag prevented
*any of the A. C. southbound trains
blen. Attatam-Oe wise: ome O;r rm moving. bence there was a block

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Jae diffemrnt

O1 Stove
O Stove
OvSabeet eultL.
Reduces fuel x- ,
rpe A working
nfame at the touch of the
match. 'lde lAe" means the hottest flame
produced by any toe. The New Perfection
Will mke Your.w c lighter. Will not over.
heat the I e de in three sizes, with
one, tom and three burner. Every stove war.
ranted If not at your dealers write to our

throu hout. and keautifully nickeled.
Evep_ pwarmrte& Suitableforlibrary,
dii Om Ior bedroom. If not at
yourneareteto our nearest agency.
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JAN Id. OGtAEAM, PreOident
t(so. W. HTDU. Vise-Provident

Capita . . . . .. . . . . 00,( 00

l[lortt-s Paid on Saving. Ac'ounts and Certificates of Deposit. Ak b1 .el
Tratisacted Promptly.
H. E. TAYLOR (C..:.r


Jacksonville, where she has been in
attendance upon the meeting of the
Missionary Society of the Methodist
Church. "
Mesdames J. C. Owens and C. J.
Ttrner of Lakeland, sisters of Mrs.
L. J. ClyAtt, who have been in this
city 16r the past few days, returned
to their home yesterday. )
Mrs. Gilmore and Mrs. J. C. Russell'
and children of Jacksonville are In
the city, guests of Mrs. R. A. Becker.
Both ladles formerly resided here, and
their friends are delighted to greet
them again.
Mrs. M. L. Dyal and children of
Fernandina, who have been here for
the past few days as guests of the
former's sister, Mrs. H. P. Holstein,
left yesterday for Hampton, where
they will visit another sister, Mrs. 0.
J. Griffin.
The pay-train of the Atlantic Coast
Lino, more familiarly known as the
"band wagon," arrived yesterday a
day late, but a large amount of coin
was distributed, which made the em-
ployps happy. The train departed
about noon via High Springs for points
on the West Coast division.
Wanted--fen to learn barber trade.
Wonderful demand for barbers; few
weeks completes by practical exper-
ience, careful instructions, demon-
strations and examinatidas; diplomas

Charged, with Perjury.
St. Louis. May 16---. Clay Pierce,
chairman of the board of directors of
the Waters-Pierce Oil company has
LbenP renmande~ to the custody of
Sheriff Mar hows. 'of Texas, to an-
swer to an ,,ctm nt charging per-
jury. by di'-:i,)n of Jiudte Adams In
the t'nit-d sates ceiralt court on

Haywood Trial at Bolse, Idaho.
Bolt l, .tho, ,i y !i.-'-h- court
in t**' trr:i; .f \ .i u D. Hlaywood.
opv'i'-di \W'" '-: n morning at 10 for
h,, I, ,"' :..-- tra.l. On a'gtwe.
nmunt i . :' :. t- o mnember-.
of the jary were ex-
cumd for

niversty Barer Shop
am w. ILmOU E, Prep.
Oepositem, 8.at..

For Wdites 00lf.
muVt, o cbtm.

rom 'L kuti


And keeps one relieved of "tha: t r*l
feeain whioh heavy. S.'O; br:e.l; ,
bound to create
If you do not keep rood. -h )i : e,
03 your table, for It is made 're'.. ete:. -
and deUlivered at your door by
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Agmrery for leading Blcycle. It.pIlri
deos promptly. Eledrital ."e
of all kild-.

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Left Thursday to Make the West
Florida City Their Future Home.
After a residence of many years In
this city, during which time they
have endeared themselves to many
friends, J. J. Burton and family left
Thursday for Live *Oak, which city
they will make their future home.
Mr. Burton Intended originally to
go to Waycross, which he declared
to be one of the best cities In South-
west Georgia, but later decided not
to leave Florida, and selected Live
Friends of this estimable family
regret very much to see them leave.
but wish them much success and good
health in their new home.

Do You Love
your baby? You wonder why he cries.
Buy a bottle of Waite's Cream Vermi-
fuge and he wili never cry. Most
babies have worms, and the mothers
don't know It White's Cream Vermi-
fugs rids the child of worms and cleans
out Its system in a pleasant way.
Every mother should keep a bottle
of this medicine in the house. With
It, tfear need ever eater her mind.
Price 25c. Sold by W. M. Johnson.


El. E;. TAY.'1: ('Zh, r


= IN

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Was Heard or Intisated of
SThiS Ceunty Diviein Un.
. Keley's Telegram WH Re
Wved-Th Bii& a Mytery*
STallasee 1y 16, 1907.
E Burtz, OainesVlle, Fla.
re is n bill the ,third,
in the House, givt S a ce
acua county to Levy county- J-
ritLLEY." -

,e above telegram was received
e evening at 7:30 o'clock
J. L. Kelley, Superin'tendent of
Ic instruction of Alachua.county,
is now in Tallahassee. There
no advance information, and the
lon is. "What is the matter in
recipient of the telegram, who
s and appreciates the alle-
of Dr. Kelle> to his friends,
Shave thanked the sender for
explicit information. He would
liked to have known why the
te prosecuted the claims for a
t, since as far as we know
has been no opposition to own-
property and residing In Alachua
which we all know is the ban-
Interior county of the State In
Prominent Visitors.
city editor of The Sun ack-
ges a friendly personal visit
sy from Captain ThonAs J.
and Hon. J. E. Grady of Apa-
ha, who have been here for the
two days in attendance at the
a meeting of the Episcopal
b. Both of these gentlemen
known the city editor since boy-
and notwithstanding that it has
several years since they had
pl a3Fure of meeting personally
o. n the part of the city editor
my be said that the visit proved a
ph azant one. Both gentlemen
proi!tnnt In their home town, Mr.
Sbheing an extensive business
a brother of Hon. J. E. Grady,
or of customs under the Cleve-
adminiistration, and Captain
v a young man of exceptional
fications in every way. '--=..
1. Grady and Captain Moore went
a drive about the city as guests
Ir and Mrs. Shields Warren, and
greatly pleased with the magnl-
it rid.nees and other places

Another Waldo Death.
is1 Alma Sanderson, the trained
,:* returned from Waldo,
e- reports on Wednesday
4g at 11 o clock the death of
SI Hicks., who has suffered for
p ,t 'rN ,'t, ks with typhoid
*. notwithstanding the careful at-
of 1, ine relatives and friends.
It.T nb t flicilial attention that
d b4 -ured.
S!T ''.ai ,.('curr d near Hampton
';. d;rn(,on, and was largely
-, ,d being well known
1,, s-ectlion in which she
S- -rvived by Mr. Hicks
'' r ;it'ot six years of age,
W': '. "vrnipathy of the comn-

t'-' ,rvt ^ ce Delayed.
.1May 16.-Tramin
S' If and Ship Island
-1-pended eiace
S f washouts, and
e ": n is at work re-
Reports cdtm-
Sr ,i 11Vs storm show
-, ,.uidage was done
^ ;,. '* T., Birmingham fer-
'., r". '' thr part of the
S .' "" '.and many outbuild-
n- l'ar! river IS 1i1-

t..>d D-tDuchees.
Sa. ,'y 16.--An 1m-
k, "-" ceraUng the

12 a Talta'o

c. ofgnsaaae haas
- :eof th. ortho-

E~h. -'~'~.the remarviag
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.1 X49. nhm her


bt that evidaic of sterling worth P
45s it ay wonder that we recommend a
mrigertor ofW such known quality to our
S thoSaMls of patrons? 1'
Valtwe garantee for
lMa m esentslme M a "l l
0** M
s mtea-- e

w- ~a -it w -
They ire perfect refrigerators in every re-
pWet and will interest every housekeeper aI
sad of a new refrigerator
Aa E oaut won TH A IsI
Nus asfmat ManuraoruiuMa CompaVr
admtGtPg TemeV U A

Baird H'ware


Phone 7.

Many of those who at this season
of the year experience a feeling of las-
situde attribute it to the fact that it
is Spring, whereas the season itself
is by no means the cause of the sen-
sation. This, more often than not,
say physicians, is due to the fact that
the human system roaches a point
In the spring season when a thorough
"cleaning up" is needed. The machin-
ery of the body needs going over once
in a while, just as does that of a fac.
tory. Neglected, the body functions
become deranged, and one of the most
common manifestations of this is con-
stipation. This especially In Its
chronic form. nmeans that certain mus-
cles of the body aro not in condition
to do their work prolprly, having be-
come weak and inelastic. To over-
come this condition is V) cure con-
stUpation-not simply give relief to the
sufferer-and for this purpose medical
men of exp)'rihnc'e are u|ing with
great success a combination of % oz.
Fluid Extract of Senna. -. oz. IRochelle
Balts, 1 oz. Aro-Sagrada, 30 grains H4i-
Carbonate of Soda, 1j oz. wat-r and
1% oZs. Glycerine. Of this a tea-
spoonful is administered at bodtime,
and' before each meal. and thi; is on.
tinued until there Is free move-mnnt of
the bowels. Any good pharmadist van
put up the preparation.

Twerty-Eighth Annual Reunion.
Wasni:.gtfn, May 15.--More i -:,
eight hundred hotel prnjri ors -i.
clerks from every rate In ttu u o, r
and from many Canadian cti,-. ar.
ia Wa*hingK'n to attend the tw.r.'y-
eighth arniaal reunion of t'e H,,
Mex's Mutual Beneft aaocia',n.
which conv.aed here Monday for t,
four-days selon.

Philadelphi, 1.=-Wlth an at-
teddance of nuet tbthousand mem.
bears, the i*v1 ( aaua Iconven-
tion of the N4oA Qortton Manufac*
turera' asociatist opened here Wed-
nesday. In onnecUtloi*th the con-
tenldon the cotton men are exhibiting
Small the branches of their business at
the first reglmet armory. The as-
sociatlon held a Wseeson Wedaesday
forenoon and held another Wednesday
afternoon and evening, and they were
given ovec to the exhibition, and to
many enitertatnments provided by the
local niembers of' the' organization.
Wednesday's sesloa yVas devoted al-
most entirely to the reading Of pa-
ptrs on subjects connected with the
cOtton industry..
Arthur H. Lowe. president of the.
association, in his annual address,
said it was to be regretted that the
honest efforts made In perfect good
faith by iwmne of the cotton manufac-
turers to divett the flow of Immigrants
from the cities where they are not
wanted, to the south, where there la
need for labor, should have "offered
opportunity to the government offi-
cials at the behest of labor organ-
ization fo prosecute the manufactur-
I ers."
"The labor situation Isa the most
Important problem before the cotton
manufacturers today," seld Mr. Lowe.
"The shortage In the south Is so great
that Th o('tton mill building Is almost
at a stand still compared with what
i1 Is In Enrgland."
E. J. WNatson, commissioner of im-
rination of South Carolina, said the
time has come for the American man-
ufacturer and the American laborer
without regard to section, to join f
bands and eliminate the political dem-
agogue whose mission in life seems
to be to array labor against capital,
and section agaJnst section, without
regard to any other Intreest than his
own petty political advancement."
He suggested that desirable immi-
grants he brought directly Into the
south thrmizgh a southern port of on-


Get Rid of That Indigestion at Once
by Using MI-o-na.
Either through slackness or care-
lessness hundreds of people slowly
poison themselves by chronic indiges-
tion. By neglecting to cure at once
any sluggishnebs of the Important
organs of digestion the system is filled
with fermenting and decaying food
that results in sick headaches, heart.
burn, bad taste in the niouth, coated
tongue. specks before the eyes, sleep.
lessness, a rvous troubles and the
many other symptoms that are the
direct result of indigestion.
The want of a perfectly safe yet ef-
feoctive cure for indigestion and stom-
ach troubles in their many forms was
felt up to the time of the successful
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 di.-
tress which are often felt after meals
disappear In a x'ry 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
50 cents a box and do more real good
than a doweo boxes of the ordinary
digestive tablets. J. W. McCollum
gives an absolute, unqualified guar-
antee to refund the i nuaey if M-o-una
falls to cure.

7 :CER OnTOR .

Two Thou~sand 1I1, -ct Purcters Takge
WemeoisI byV ..V'Sth te' ra
co !:4 -ruaix I' A dTiaileAY
n:_Jt, rot :( !; ,A"() railroad
mvI,r't'zySW,1%* -rwl.ex and jtn
bt rot oif ?her ft.-!,.. irrived iin t~ie
ef-v 11 3iv'zr1th 1jt..at i the bir.-
ty-f"Lt I~rec' al - !fin o'4the Ordpri
of Rt'Akway ('o.*Ov- "M All of I he
grad ()mCere sr.a att!Vn'flance. a"G
the sps,1.dInng wt,',:iv.xAat days.
T~t.-firyt bmdsI#..- soulouWas
ed Tutina~m al'ttrn(rn.
A :q'bIle reeept;on was tendered the
vgilfrei Tu#*dz% mnrht at which ad-
droa---e,%wore di.-,'-11A bY Prominest



'Are both symptoms of organic de.-
nrarement, and nature's warning to
worieao a a trouble which will soon.
or or later declare itself.
How often do we hear women pay,
"It eems as though my back would a
break." Yet they continue to drag
a sand suffer with aches In the
inf of the back, pain low down In
the aide, dragging sensations, neron- A
ousnes and no ambition.
They do not reallae that the back
Is the main-spring of woman's organ.
im and quicklyIndicatesby aching MISS LENA N E.
a' dimea.ed condition of the feminine organs or kidneys, ad 'lha
&ad paas will continue until the cause is removeR.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compout
made from native roots and herbs has been for many years the
suceseful remedy in such cases. No other medicine has such a rnoMw
of eures of feminine ils.
Miss LenaNagel, of 117 Morgan St., Buffalo, N. Y., writes!- "Iwe
completely worn out and on the verle of nervous prostration My boa.
aehed all the time. I had dreadful periods of pain, was subject to fits
ot yin and extreme nervousness, and was always weak and tired.
Lydia K Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound completely cured me."
Irdida Pinkham's Vegetable Compound cures Female Complaints,
soah as Backache, Palling and Displacements, and all Organoi Diseases.
Disolves and epels Tumors at an early tage. It strengthens and
tomes the StomaLh Ouq Readache and Indigestion and invigorate
the whole feminine ystem
Mrs. PInkham's Standing Invitation to Women
Woman suffering from any form of female weakneao are invited to
writs Mr. Pinkham, Lynn, Mas. Bar advice is free.


l J. z.oorporatedAl
Lbstraeu of Title and full information furnished regardinr lands is
sonuaty. Our manager has lived ia (this ounti thirty yeasn a
Is thoroughly eonvenant with land title.


sending a number of prominent Aaerlean and SEnDlish onapanles.
Q a~~~r~ 9 9 J i'cda




Retailers and Jobbers In

Staple and Fancy Groceries,

Irain, larden Seed and Ferflllzerls
Highessemarkes price paid for Ohiskens. Eggs and other Praduiee
A Complete stook of HSy. Qoru, Oat, Flour, Bran, Meal, Coston 8Rod M*MN
and ndle a lj a the VERY BHTgT oods at sthe LOW
118BT PRION d- suarans ossfaetlo a lwaee
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ISea Isl ad. Cotton

Do a gemealsual snalg lsess cbr M SOd sll oretem and Domeaft 1SmebeSg
The "Goeleoutof bsab eaesMep'hl .f muffs. nero basIs adMA 0*
reelveesfavorable sierma SpoesiaUs1fll~es to making eolle"tle 00OsAN
6060b~sPo1Wintsto $e Uedwsedwes.


,If You Are Insured..

In l OomS to e Reponsablt, Have a Polit. Qi
W tisen With bsUlP of Polity Coutrast 4sad MI heip
Pays Loue Psompsly

You Are Assured
That so srelo IO eaen overeome youa wJitmi a, ihav M

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N om bus Reliable OmpAsi apmsesid.

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keeping 5 i frd's C~mp tc l 1 In ous
aue3,y for 6ds cinti, cioup, 0 cmdds. It

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- -- ---- --







Chicacoan Gives Reasons for Commit.
ting Self-Destr,'ctlon.
Chlc~ppo, M'ay 15.-Six reav-ans why
he killed himself w,-re given by Heau-
ford L. Le',ds, a gu,-t of the Warner
hotel, w':o was found dead In his
rmom Monday evening, having cohn.
mitted suicide by tal.'Ing strychnUIre.
The reaso's were as follows:
"I nave been dilsatis'lJ since I
was a child. 2. I have boen handi-
capped throughout life with defornime
feet. 3. One side of my body hin
been partially paralyzed for the past
ten years. 4. My rIght band has
been ruilcl hy a' acci'l nt. 5. I
have bhen a stifft r'r from n(uraigia.
6. I have bv n up against a score of
financial misfortuness"
peedes, wl'o, It is supposed was a
chemist, loft a letter addressed to
Miss Blanclh E. Kel'!er, of Swaniton*
O., and it it bhlf,"vd IMs home was
at that place. He was about 30 year..

I aa ofe e0-1.1lell

;rdd -. j f., the

Oratory D ,. -. where. "I'm
ali Worn out."
Did" you eesva
MITY SCHOOL TEXT 800 top to think
wallit mea s
i latln of. Measure Wdul wth
Lasted for om Timet40 16
Was etochoth II Iom y
Importance I'tCcht

.. too muh

events of Wed- y .... t. ... da, I

a thta A. wwat aean BM'dm
usual amo i !ortor. The in

S Ae(-ifitttute for thb Hum- what A Y n.
bMi yesterday a tab pCooper'sNew
m DiM eftSma i day for two
I^ I. q "tD providlIg apprppti- eeks and the 'an worn out* feelio

"P99 sou"l FWfthe t from an
Hta, t.I- wI orre m outto

SmoM .. affet0d of the stack that seemed
l tiSating committee ton to wear m out .oaMetely. My by.
aI ltestigating committee a was t bowels ot
Rion.ioll.o..tt iOth eH I Patoe, =1 I?& edaehes and
tprop"oalutio in tWheHou.. alth I was st slk enough to go
i provided for Wednesday l to bed daot .are ambitlo to stir
0.1OtlW reoolutuons, meanwhile j around. 4I" waA e ew Dim.
So.antttee to conwder the putwe on my,
eprt of .the. Investlgat- .eet and televe ever symptom o
tl doubtless report my trouble It s one of the beet a ,
SiduIn1 b y tlu or otherwise tent"o s I have eve eard o
Wtt6. This Senate .,, it-: 9:on Butler, tl Hok insSt., Cl.
waiVONtft-yA Ured as aevral >
i to. be *xcusd on ac. We al the sCooper remedies.
l otw tan.tt work which a 0
ethe.*fof J W. I UOIIIm ..

"PATE PR.O BEDIN In the bcair, proceeded to consider
qSenate was called to order SonatelblUl 1o. 207, by Mr. Willis.
toSlock Wednesday, with Prel- A bill to be entitled an act pre-
.Harrls a a the hair and thirty scribing that each member-elect of the
re responded to roll call. Hoard of Cot ty Commissioners of
following nqw bills were intro. each county in the State of Florida,
shall, before enterilg upon the duties
nate bill No. 404, b~ Mr. Adams- of this office, give a good and sufficient
tag for payments of surplus bond, and .prebrlbing a penalty for,
In ine and forelture fund in failure thereof.
ilion county In excess of $500 Amendments offered by the judi-
the read fund of said county, clary committee were read and adopt.
walved, bill read second time ed and the bill ordered to the cornm
title third time In full, and passed mittee on engrossed bills.
to 0. 'The Senate then reverted to the
oe memorial No. 17, by Mr. Don- regular order of bills on their third
-Memorallslg the Congress of reading and Senate bill No. 199, by
United States for an appropriation Mr. Crane-Providing for the regu-
'the Improvement of the upper latlon and control of the practice of
Wohns river, was read the second veterinary medicine surgery and,
third time, and passed, 28 toO. dntistry, and to affix penalties, was'
at bill No. 407, by ir. M read in full the third time and owing
ry-For the relief of W. A. Snow- to a desire of some Senators to fur-
of Micanopy, Alachua county. thq examine the bill, the bill was
Informally passed.
ills on Third Reading. House bill No. 82, by Mr. Olmstead
Waving the regular order the Sen- -Amending general statutes relative
Sproceded to the consideration of ro the preservation of wild otter and
on third reading. beaver, was read the third time and
ISeate bill No. 40, ky Mr. Adams- passed, 19 to 8.
bill to be entitled an act authorizing The hour of 11:30 having arrived
board of commissioners of the the Senate proceeded to the consider*
te Institutions to purchase land for atlon of the special order set for that
prison arm; to erect building and hour, this being Senate bilk No. 54,
p eald farm, and directing that by Mr. Beard-A bill to be entitled
a prisoners be not leased for an act relating to liability of persons.
; and providing the means to de- firms, corporations and associations
the expense necessary to carry owning or operating any machinery
the provisions of this act; was in the conduct of any busltues in
the thbh time la full. Senator this State. The bill was read In full
fl"s took the floor in opposltlop to the second time with unfavorable re.
bill, add said the farm could not port from the Judiciary committee.
made self-sustaninng, and oriticlsed Senator Huckman as chairman of the
bill as being too vague and In. committee, moved indefinite postpone.
definite. Senator Huunphries agreed ment..
with Senator Willis, praising highly The hill was Indefinitely postponed
the present conditions, and especially by a vote of 23 to 3.
e Central Hospital at Ooala. as A niessage from the Governor was
ltalned by the DreeAt lalelass. He received.
w no reason for a change. Senator j The special order for 12 o'clock was
e simply remarked he opposed announced, this being Senate bill No.
bill. 29. by Mr. Crill-Establlshing a
After conslderable discsslion both geologlecal uurver for the State of
and against the measure, the bill Florida. to provide for the appoint-

'lag Wlost by the close vote of 14 ayes, ment of a State geologist, to define
S9i nays. bis duties, and to provide for the
',/.The hour of special order having maintenance of the survey. The comn-
ved. the Senate. Senator MasTeY mittee on mining and phosphate re-

tf e l trlkea *u& iPrum Orstd.
*l at faortunlatl r *'! -n of nature
| s that deprives th,, ,- f *ntal
f ilng; for Ihow poIBg .r:z w,"i: > 1'i
I to dlteover. in t:., ,'.
aB S giuv'. that a ( :tl; r tI., .t ,..
and th. t*t lt lI, tuty : n* r : r ".n
I doo entdl furt or. 'A.. -."
the u~affertna: *e tt a v'c.t it
Us* of p"iOiai 'Cfw.1>,'. .%-
who soek htr a I. t.:e t*.,%,,
by t allit hair a:idl gra r .
a gloom ever tle ;i.!v oe t>o, *t i,
ItfMf Wooen. but th.;'Ki ...' ,
IovS~ of *doevlat: the tn,. .
*bir ddetruetlioa t now know
gor p arsft* that burrow i
M- Mi~t tlUclea. Nowbro'sa li,'.:
*swi tfe y stroyt this rm
tdttbf the hfir to grow as 'Via.
rap C I tby leading d>ru.-
tI l le. aIn mt for *smrle
+ T a sst 9o... DetroIt. Meah.
bipiAOO,. t ll 4A.M

*B i'if' *ls ^ ;,^ '^..., '-

ported the bill favorably with amneln-
a~ t. The bill was read in full the
second time and the amendment,
which was adopted. and the bill ordered
to committee on engrossed bills
By permission the following new
bill was Introduced: Senate bill No.
408. by Mr. NeeI-For the relief of
the circuit court clerks of the State.
The pension bill was, on motion of
8mator Brooms. taken up and read
the d hird ti o fnlL befig Benate
blU'No. 30K by Mr. Broomo.
A bill to be titled an act create
a State board of persons, defting
wh shaUll aot receive pesions who
shall be retained as peMiO mn, hbow
applications shall be made how pI-
saons sall be paid. duty of
o ty commlssloMrws In regard
pensloeas, wo'tdm, fe hem

.m 6tw

Senate $t .odefendedb wb Inad

ure tI h it bsual impressive mailer.
Sroll 011 the bill was passed by
a vote of 25 to 4. The Senate then
adjprned until 4 p. m.
Afternoon 8*ssion.
Th qen-te was called' to order at
4 o'clock. 1
By pwrmissidch senator Crane Intro-
duced, a bill to create the ,o

Under dtd of special order the
school book- bill No< 101, y Mr.
Humphriea, No. 16 by Mr. Crane, and
No. 34 by Mr. )McCreary, were taken
up. and reula Into lengthy discus*
sions pro and con, but no action was
taken In the premises when the Sen-
ate adjeurnqd until 9:30 o'clock
Thursday morning.

The Home was called to order at
9:30 a. m., Speaker Pro Tern 'Know-
les in the chair. Roll call quorum
present. Prayer by chaplan. Correc-
tion of Journal.
Following resolutions were Intro-
duced: -*
House resolution No. 83, by Mr.
Howell of Santa Rosa-Granting com-
mittee on appropriations until May
20 to report general appropriation
bill; adopted.
House resolution No. 84, by Mr.
Knight of Citrus-That on and after
May 16, sessions of House be from
9 a. m. to 12:80 p. m., and from 3
p. m. to 6 p. mn. Opposed by Mr. Wil-
lis, of Levy. Favored by Mr. Knight
and Mr. DuPont; adopted. This does
away with night sessions.
Introduction of Bills.
By Mr. Kaight of Columbla-Relat-
ing to powers and duties of State au-
By Mr. Farris of Duval-Relief of
Miss Lod P. Briggs, a teacher for
forty-eight years. The bill approprl-
atos $300 annually for the support of
the lady, who Is 75 years of age, and
partially afflicted with paralysis. Mr.
Parris moved that the rules be waived,
and presented a strong petition In fa-
vor of the bill. Mr. Griggs suggested
the matter should be referred to Du-
val county. The bill was referred to
the appropriation committee.
By Mr. Willis of Gadsden-Relating
to float logs against bridges.'
By Mr. Wilson of IHernando--Re-
lating to drainage and reclamation of
swamps and overflowed lan&k, estab-
lishing drainage districts and creating
board of drainage commissioners.
By. Mr. DuPont of St. Johns-State
aid for exposition to be held on East
Coast to commemorate opening of
Inland waterways. Mr. DugPont.moved
the bill be placed on calendar on sec-
ond reading without reference to com-
mittee; carried. A
By Mr. Dorman of Suwannee (by
request)-Relating to co-operate life
Insurance companies.
By Mr. Reese of Escambla-Valua-
tion of railroad properties for purpose
of taxation. I
Uy Mr. Paul of, Holmes-Relief of
clerks of eir(:' : .
By Mr. Far-1" cf Duval-Relating
to foreign corporation doing business.
in State of Florida.i
Special Order.
Mr. Knight in the chaij.
Mr. MacWilllams moved a reconsid-
eration of the passage of House bill
No. 409. appropriating $2K0O0 for furn-
Ishing the Governor's mansion. He
would be willing to appropriate $17.-
000, which he thought was suffcltent.
The roll was called, and the motion
prevailed, yeas 37. nayw 23, and the
bill was thtn placed before the House.
Mr. MacWilliams moved to strike out
$25,000 and Insert $17.000. The
amendment was adopted, 3S ayes to
IN nays, the required two-thirds. The
bill then passed. yeas 39. nays 2.
Mr. Richbourg asked that his bill-
House bill No 3U0-taing 3 cets
the maximum passenger rate, phleh
was a special order at sa.i.. be post-
poned until 10 a. m. Saturday. Mr.
Orlgas insstated the disease be ated
upon now. without farther delay, as
be wanted to vote for It Mr. Rich-
bourg said the L.o4g bIll providing |
2% cett rate woeld be acted upon
by the Senate Wed1sday or Thura.
day. His motion to postpone prevail-
.4. The Hoom seB 'wes'd
The BRe~tf tertf.



For Permanent Relief
i ey o th Uvr. It will cure CONSTIPA.
lON d AlAM &N CEILLS. Is entirely free
iner frl P ubstanoe%, hd Is composed solely of
SBS. oly &tpt for weak and weary
os eMuoMIs; Aeal the o wa smogpumand organs; it checks
a dwranmiMts ofthe human body.
SMri.. Jol Canmroa Cmntraia Aye.m Temple,
o ezat, wrils: "*I AIH1IM gies tme asick
SI who = Trom chedace."
X fty Cats. A Bdttl. *. AvM All Substitutes

SBalardiSnow Liniment Co.

W. M. JO apSO M
I~ ~ ~~ c) I i IiIidl . lii 01 --

read and the bills referred to- the prop-
er House committees.
eSenate bill No. 405, by Mr. Adams,
legalizing incorporation of town of
Jasper, was, on motion of Mr. Brad-
shaw of Hamilton, passed under' sus-
pension of rules.
Senate bill No. 173, by Mr. Trammell
-Relating to claims against railroads,
was placed on the calendar of bills
on second reading without reference
to a committee.
Mr. Dupont of St. Johns introduced
House bill No. 506, providing for sub-
mitting to the people at the next gen-
eral election the question of moving
tue capitol to a point east of the Su-
wannee river. It was referred to the
committee on .miscellaneous legisla-
tion, after a motion to waive the rules
was 19st.
Bills on Third Reading.
House bill No. 191, by Mr. Reese
of Escambla Regulating sale of
merchandise In bulk. The roll was
called on the passage of the bill, ayes
33, nays 17; passed.
Bills on the third reading were
taken up. Mr.'.ZMacWilliams in the
- By consent, House bill No. 507 was
Introduced by Mr. Matthews of Marion
-Creating State board of dental ex-
The hour of 3 having arrived and
the House recurring to the special re-
port of the Joint committee to investi-
gate the internal improvement fund,
Mr. Calkins of Nassau introduced a
resolution that a committee of five
t>e appointed to Investigate the pro-
coedings of the joint investigating
committee. Adopted by a vote of yeas
.A, nays 29. %.
The chair appointed as a commit-
tee Messrs. Wilson of Hernando, Har-
vell of Santa Rosa, Knight of Colum-
bia, Malone of Monroe and Wilson of
The House adjourned until Thurs-
day morning at 9 o'clock.


t208 E. ale t. S.
SOpperite P. O.

Roll-Top Desks
Sdi- all kiDds of
Office Furnitoare
made to order as
t7s~~i -^ ory pri*eead
etor prCall sand
I It,+ d,.lllgl before
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Alcha Countj Abstract Co.

PW KM. Com. Pres: J. W ,aftg. VIM
FPm: 3. XL CsrkL. e..Th

We do an exelaNsve Abstret bwl
ae. with ftilislee for iIU Poll I
Atlf OWal l"bads eb
&-ltam tmMel u Mwm.


Notice Iu hereby given that E E: ;,rr.e
purolhaerof Tax Ceritiicaer No. .;', ddt
the 4thday of July. A.D. I04 .- e. d &
oertote Ina mny office. and hi.i iini' .1, c
Von for taz deed toliasue It n iorlr: #* wli
law. Bald oertfleate embnr;e U e ',
dewrihed property situated ir Ala).
tyr. Florida. towit:
Nw 1-4 of Seo 1-4 See.7. T'.
Tw WOaid land being ase t t'
thb luuimce of such ocerhiti..[' P ,,
Ellwerth Trust t o.
Unlebsaid certificate shal l,, rI',! o"
cording to jaw. tax deed wsllh i-uet ..:.-
the atbth daof Mar. A. 10. in7.
Witness my oCcial s tn' wre j (..
the lth dal of April. A. D. 11 7.
pd. CH lII',"Cr1u'ilA
pd Clerk Circuit Court A': .. i ..

Notice is here'bv given that I%, F re
purebaser of Tax Cer tilfat '." :
the Stb day of July. A. D. IN7. l,;. :.. .,
certificate In m) office. and hn- '.
tlon for tax deed uin ta',i,'.n.' i'I
law. Said certificate ewbr'rc t h, 'H'o
described property situitied In A.
tr. Florida. towit:
Ne l. of Nw 1-4 See. 21, "ii. T v. -
The s ad land being as u.-e,,f """ '.
the lmsuance of such certititi '
o: Ellswopth Trust Co.
Unless said certificate n,.; .'
cordlnr to law. tax deed %, i , ',
the 7th day of May. A. D. 1,
Witness my official sicnatir' ;i.t. '.'
the 2bth day of April. A. D. Iw7;
.. H. \VII N,
1pd Olerk Circlwit Court A'' .M .

Notice is.hereby given that \' '
Trotee. porebaseor of Tax *c "
8. dated the Sth' day of ..
has fed said oertifleate In n:. "
bas made applIestion for tax d<,, '
eoooeane e with law. Said cer. "
*aMUesee foUowls demerlbpd irf" ,.
ted In Alsahue county. Flortit" .
SwMofSw% Sec 10,. To r
Te said land belng ameerd a, t '
the lsnoaofe of such coertitiLe i,
of Alex Perry.
UnlSi sei certificate -.all' "' '
cordlieM to law. tax deed wl i-: I' ".
tbe 40h day of June, A. D. 1A,7.
Witaess my official atnutire t''
Sthe sb dsy of May. A. D I W
pd Cisrk Ciroult Court Alu'..

Notio I biereby river th.v ? r ,' 'h
jPaumb5r of Tax Certlt.t' .
the 4th ad ofa July. A I1.
I O Wivertloatet I my office. an
uiiatlod for tax ded o l t ",.p"ue
with law. Said certifie '
1"owlag de*ribed prinerty ast..:
eaoset. Florida. towit:
Lot 4 N of Grant Line. e.e"
SSaMliandbe'lnasw ,wld at
Itlu oel such certtUtiUte a
Mrs. T. H. Lee. -
Unlet ~d Certiflcate % '
aCOrsUOm to Isw. tax deed w.i .-
on do4bialyofJun-.A l'-) .. :7
I Wit -- 8 s Y oy al ilerT.tu.
tM Id d1ay OtfMay. A.1) u -
pS Cleft creflt Cort Als -

IS Coaty Jfde's Court. tn a .
I own rw ora H. co dai
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A..ST *.*.....
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.T.*** ...
O p lot yoTt mnoC& t
ga ekA ,
mAS pr, Mbh y M ay

i s talt f the w s
r a Yer; - .
*"" l1 t
.dand 5 mentU forhece dduionat
or dispGy advertising made known on

Tvt.& .Week sun is an elghtpoW tort*
t ppSer. published ewy Mondayn ad
sand coutalm all the news of the
State and gener and will be
pows gefree,toanylertrt oftheUnited
or Canadafor z.e a Yeat-4k&advance.
ednvt"ntisfIS be come dut after first
o adertilemt. ileme otherwise
ted i contract. Parties not known to us
*required to pay for adverttsi gi nd.
G M V&

loen Terry has become a bride
i. Terryble.

6a. prosperity that simply Ignprep
Sis called a panic must be "the
Qi thing."

ope Foraker won't have his inger
oMr the Ohio lid when Taft sits
on on it It will be bad for the

Addicks now wants to be Mayor of
ibington. He must think Wilming-
Scorrupt and contented \ like

Mark Twain will find Annapolis a
matiful and alluring exenfpliflca-
s of his long-cherished theory of
t and sleep.

Trwy should not lose heart. Sub-
"ltions for the "Farthest North"
Od may be expected to increase at-

the winter closes.

When Mr. Stead said that
ioence for universal peace
Sa row of pins, perhaps
lhng of the choirs.

he was

"There is much interest in trifling
." mused Dr. Aked, Rockefeller's
pastor. Dr. Aked has been read-
what the New York newspapers
about him.

The Chicago Inter-Ocean says "let
have peace" and immediately be-
to fight for it by pitching into
y This Republican organ plays
lather reactionary tune.

Iding on the cowcatcher of a loco-
e Will cure consumption," says
utusian doctor. Rest and quiet is
r~d if the patient falls off .while
train is running at full speed.

Manager of the Taft boom in
annll i'nces that Mr. Taft will
Sa ',adidate for the Republican
;i a for the Presidency. This
t So"'nator Foraker's suspi-

0'. tarT ,angers France, says a
T'T" Ju.iurnal, and it it would
S;,rrotcttion spectacles it
d rLf)'r that protecting the
i r r about sixty millions of
S'-nrai people.

Sr, B Mr. Bryan has been
o, ,ft a vehicle only to land
fe : ht s feet. it doesn't seem.
C" difference to him wheth-
It I a arriagte or a band wagon,
S'a.d-s right side up.

r amw ,akes a vigorcs pro.-
I -. AmWbassador Bryoe's as.-
l the are no reat na-a-n
(w'L ;nowadays. It my be
Shaw considCeMadm himself
modern draatst.

S "wd ia nwaot Mredo&
duty an ar s

"Ma*I to be oe o th ftew
Putting upa UM Sam
Mas, No what maW t we do
Ada o Swe &M at

be meena mtt rV onward
lament oa people who having
dggt hla te daknss of 'the
wilderness, 6emthened in body and
msald by th bar~ but vctorous fight
ha te at as e'm sight of the
Promised 'ii No. locker moving
wholly weistpard ia heretofore, the
tide of population would be seen to
be tu nlag Southw rd. The hardened
veterans of the South's struggle for
industrial independence would"be seen
drawing 6beay reinfprcei~ents from
the osmag tide. 'Capital, the greatest
coward on earth, which shunned the
South in the days of its despair, now
1ans the procession, and the South,
beggar no longer, invites the world's
surplus money seeking the most profit-
able field on earth for investment-
Invites it not with the beggar's plea,
but with the right to say that we are
independent, we can stand alone, we.
have ao~umulated enough of money
and of experience to insure a great
and steady advance, but so vast is the
field. so sure are the returns, that for
tne good of the investor, as well as
for our good, we bid the world a wel-
come, that all may share in the utili-
sation of these vast resources. Here,
says the -South to all mankind, is a
region of which there is no duplicate.
Here is ample room for a hundred
million people to have the best co'n-
ditions found on earth 'for the enjoy-
ment of 'life, the building of a. home,

the development of business and the

creation of wealth.
If the South has done

this much

with the discouraging conditions
which it faced 25 years ago, what
inay we not expect now that the busi-
ness world has come to realize that
no other section of this country or
any other offers equal opportunities
for the investment of capital for the
broadest development of manufactur-
ing, mining, railroad and agricultural
interests? And instead of having no
Immigration, as in the past, it is cer-
tain that we are to witness a 'great
Southward movement of population.
Picture the conditions of 1880 and
the results accomplished since that
time, then study the present situation;
recall the fact that the manifestations
of today in railroad extension, cot-
ton manufacturing and other direc-
tions are merely the fulfillment of
plans interrupted by the war, but
based upon natural advantages that
war could not destroy, and attempt to
forecast what will be done In South-
ern advancement within the next
25 years.


Having become dissatisfied evident-
ly from the scale of wages laid them
for sewerage work here, twenty
of the forty Greeks who have been
engaged on the work for the past
ten days struck Wednesday, with
the result that Contractor Bee-
man is twenty men short. Con-
tractor Beeman, it is understood, has
been paying the men from $1.25 to
$1.75 per day, according to the quan-
tity of work performed. They ap-
proached him in the matter, but being
unable to understand English it was!
impossible to explain to them the situ-
ation, when they left the job. They
demanded a round average salary of
$1.75. In speaking of the matter, Con-
tractor Beeman stated that a number
of the mon were operating at an ac-
tual loss to him, as some of them
could not ditch more than five yards
of dirt per day, and that even at
$1.25 he was the loser. He admitted
that others of them could throw up
from ten to twelve, and in some in-
stances fourteen yards, and he decided
to pay them in proportion to their
A ---_ __ _
Frank J. Chem y makes oath that'
be is senior partner of the firm of1
P. J. Cbeoey & Co., doing business
in the City of Toledo, County and
State atoresald, and that said rm will
pay the sum of One Hundred Dollarsm
for each and every cae of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by the use of
Hall's Catarrb Our
Sworn to before me and subealbed
Ia my pweseace this th day of Do-
ember, A. D. 1UN.
(80L) Notary PaONb.
Ba*s Catarrb Ore M s takes w -

V. X, Co.. &M 0, o 0.
4LALfs 6-'m %MU-Aa

hearing capacity. Tey were W not Ut.-
Ilsed with this, howviv, and walked
Contractor Beeman secured these
Greeks from Tarpon Springs, where
they have een engaged in sponge
fishing. They all have money, rang
ing in suma of from $100 to $800,
which they are said to keep securely
in bills of large denomination iln their
socks In the bottom of their shoe.
They are unable to understand a
word of English, but have an in-
terpreter employed.
C~ntr'ictor Beeman states that the
action of these men will not delay
the completion of the contract, as he
will secure negro labor, and that he
expects to finish the work within the
n(,xt six weeks.

The people of the United States
consume ,;.440.000,000 pounds of sugar,
or about 76 pounds per captla.
Of this about four-fifths is imported,
one-fifth of which is imported from
our own possessions, leaving two-
fifths to come from for Igp sources.
Of this three-fifths, nearly two.
thirds camine from Cuba and only paid
80 per cent of the .tariff on sugar.
The sugar that came from Hawaii and
Porto Rico paid no duty. What came
from thl Philippine Islands, our own
possession was subjected to 75 per
cent of tue regular rate of quty.' On.
ly about 21,000,000 pounds were Im-
ported from the 'hilippines or just
about one-tenth as much as came in
fr e of duty from Porto Rico. Does
this look like a square deal to
the Filiphios to charge them 75 per
per cent of the tariff tax and allow
the Hawalians and Porto Ricans to
import their products free? Is not
the policy, asks The New York Jour-
nal of Commerce, of retaining any
outy at Mll on Philippine sugar for
the sole purpose of protecting the su-
gar trust, one of ineffable and almost
inconceivable meanness deserving the
contempt of every decent American?

WaUll Street Is reported to be "hope
ful," but as the frenzied financiers
who do busipeas there are reducing
their expenditures it is not apparent
on what ground they base their hqpes.
There.is the satisfaction to know
that unless their hopes are realized
the Republicans will have to get along
with a reduced campaign fund at the
next election.

Abe Ruef iiys he fears Injustice
in San Francisco. But it's exactly
the other thing that scares him so

"I hava uotlead with liles for tblryr-lic pear.
Oe year go lSt Ap-ficban taki gCa eaqs?
forcopstlplt,10. In the eourte "t week 0po4Jeed
t le tles beMa to disappear and at the *pdo 8t
weeks they did t'oi trouble mn at aU Cuae I
b oae do* wonders to e .m eti.ren er
el like snewman." George Mr0. igleO0,O

rfrteed e or your oarin back.
-- I m- I- IIN -

best e for
C U I RE r^lbvo tho e
S si ad Ne*arle alo. g e l a
eseW sI, S*< sad 50 -astos. (Laesges.)

.,oasat- tlr m r UfoftetG .'bes
U ir .. a f 4for tt4.* t
CU s iuo. os f a ibteriai.

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H as Tabulator'
Every Machine.

Lightest Shift Lightest Runling! The
Champion Speed- Writers of the World
Use the Fay-Sholes, More Fay-Shole lain
use ip Qalneville than saw other maqhine.

For Sale by....

THE SUN, Gainesvllle, Fla.

I Confederate Veterans' Renion
~~, .. . . . . ..

Richmond, Va.,

May 30th to June 3rd


Atlantic Coast

Line Ry.

Tiokets on sale daily from May 9Sth to 80th in.
elusive. Rate for this occasion is $18.75 from
Jacksonville for the round trip, or virtually one
cent a mile for distance traveled, with correspond.
ingly low rates from all points Extension of
limit to July 6th can be obtained by depositing
ticket with Special Agent and payment of fifty
cents at time of deposit.
For full information and Pullman reservation
write or call on FRANK 0. BOYLSTON, Distriot
Passenger Agent, Atlantic Coast Line, Jackson.
ville, Fla.


Air Line Railway

II lJ^ I[ J I,

Two Elegat Trains Daily:



Modern Pullman Equipment

The Jamestown Exposition Line

Norfolk, ViL

icursion Tickes on Selo Daily.

For fall a ebmd sM UeAsk eswf auelee fallo nsmay As
Oeaboardo a wl.. ,1
U1C OTU3..0.301 aS 1Wal humgierApo*

a~k ~ I

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M l9t, fortlet-,
iporpatng Aliacus
Ipfveenot Co., under the
charter, the .orl-
Sla0ow on file l the
Sloredys of State, of
foee is given in pursuance
2849, GeneraL- Statutes of
L. E.
J, A. B

a of Incorporation of te "Ala-
S'Trading arid ImpeMyelient C."
% the undersiltne, hav a oCiat*
ourselves together an do here.
lasooiate es! tbget0er for
So ourlves Into
e lawi of Florda,
do wlag articles
ame. of this
B, Trial ad

So, of lQioda and
a, the board of
Stime to time de-

-5-The general nature ol
to be ducted prose
S engaged is a to do any
4 1tb*heein set forth
e ant natural persons
ould do, that is to estab.

d it with
AtS ,i p i .4s, al
l men. e and ortgage
.t. or .Of
/or de oil, tbuy, sell,
sad lee Iuses and other
ma 4u ctures, to buy,
r at d IA84 lb* stOres,
e .4.to establish an4
e the and cary on the
Sof Igewd m ats, to e.
i an: CAM the bo1l
Kt supplying gf both natur..
lS flor flight and
to engage In and arry on the
of supplyt g water for pri.
4 public use, and to have and
l0e0m and pumptng nations
ag o gold W ea, to en-
and carry on oe business
featuring Ice and refrtgera-
o public and private use, to
in and carry on the business
Wuacturing and supplying elec-
tor light, heat, and power, to
Konstruct, lease and carry on the
s of communication by tele-
telegraph, or other means of
icatlon and to construct and
tain the poles, wires and struc-
Saeesnary to carry on said bust-
and to engage generally in the
a of a Public Service Corpora-
as may be determined by the
of directors to be advantageous
business of the corporation.
rporation shall have the right
into, make and perform and
out contracts of every kind and
tipu with any person, firm, as-
uo or corporation. This cor-
she have the right to bor-
f money upon the idkue of war.
, bonds or other negotiable secur-
of this corporation, to purchase,
and re-Issue shares of its own
I stock to buy. sell, own. and
pose of shares anid to nutko
tes upon stocks, shares, bonii,
ties o igations of all other
ao tor persons watsoever,
ver located or orgiatl, and
Aba owner or holder thereof
h shares. stocks, bonds. or
e to exercise all the rights,
and privileges of the owner-
woof aod to exercise any and
powers there.
is coporatioun shall have, use
enjoy all the rights, powers, and
les granted to corporations for
under the laws of the iState
orlda. The foregoing shall be
ieuod both as to Its object and
ssa, and it is hereby expressly
I3dod that the foregoing spedflc
shall not In any way linlit
ict the lo)wrs of this corpora-
ICLE 3-The capital stock of
p0rporatiou shall be One Hun-
Thousand Dollars divided Into
*TBOUsand shares of the per val*
M One Hundred Dotlars each.
Atock shall be paid In, In lawful
jC of the bVnltd states, or pary
i In property. labor or serlcese
just valuation to be fixed by
I.re4ors at a meeting to be calf-
f that purpose.
TICh 4- 'The term for which
poratIoo shall extht. shall be
Nine years from the date of
ICLEt6. Sec. 1-The business
corporation shall be conducted
udent, a vice-president. sec-
,"d treasurer. and a board of
The number of direct-
b. tncresed or dimilnished
wa. The directors shall
by the stock holders at
meeting. All other of.
aent of this corporation
edannually by the dl.
,ie Iaul meeting of this
shal be held om the first
r the 16th day of June
Iab at the ooe of the oom-
lMlarpertage and stock
iit te o of th e
ao*e ,trt.. r** ne

um I, b#eI con-
Omun'l, video.
I Bcodo,-tresurer.' and 8. D.
Rice, L. G. L. B. Tucker. R.
8. Hudson, J. A. Beach J. D. Turner
directors, '
Section _S-1the election of directors
Sbe by ballot, each stock holder
4i entitled to one, vote for each
*tare of stoo owned by him.
Section 8-The directors shall pro-
cure a seal to be kmown as the cor-
porate seal which will be circular in
form, and bearing the words "Alachua
Trading and Improvement Company"
Weal 1907. ,
ARTICLE 6--The highest amount
of indepIdness or liability to which
this corporation can at any time sub-
Ject Itself shall be ($75,000) Seventy.
five thousand dollars.
ARTICLB 1-Tbe following per-
sons are subectibers to this charter,
and have each babseribed to and for
the amount and nuabr of shares set
opposite their names:
8. D. Rioe of Tyler, Via., fifty (60)
L. 0. Connell of Tyler, Fla., fifty
(50) shares.
J. D. Turner of Tyler, Fla., fifty (60)
SL. Tucker of Tyler, Fla., one (1)
R. 8. Hudson of Tyler Fla., one (1)
share. i
J. A. Beach of Tyler, Fai, one (1).

The foregoings atoles of Incorpora-
tion are thi d apr ed and adopt-
ed as a proposed i ater of the cor-
poration to be known as Alachbua
Trading and Improvement Company,
at a meeting of the subscribers held
at Tyler, 3ia., for that purpose.
In witness whereof we have here-
unto sot our hands and ealsa this
28rd day of Ap rL 1907.
State of Florida, Alachua County.
Bdore me personally came this 28rd
day of April, A. D. 1907, 8. D.
Rice, R. 0. Hudson, J. D. Turner, L.
G. Oonnell L. X. Tucker, j.. A. Beach
to me weIll own and know to me
to be the pperons who subscribed to the
foregoing articles of Inooporation,
and who severally acknowledged be.
fore me that they subsoribed to the
same for the purpose of obtaining
letters patent and charter of the Ala-
chua Trading and Improvement Com-
pany, from Ahe State of Florida, and
for the other purposes therein ex.
Witness my hand and o'ficial seal
this 28rd day of April, A. D. 1907.
Notary Public. State of Florida at
large. My commission expires June
llth, 1909.

Alahhoa county Is 806,400 acres in
area, has 268 miles railroad, 900
miles wagon road, M6 postoffines,
128 public schools, 27 phosphate
plants, 20 saw milk, 75,000 o6urt
house, four newspaper, and prt.
dues corn, cotton, rice, sugar,
oats, rye, potatoes, pineapples, or.
angels, peaocher, pearW ploum, p.
cause, and all kinds of vegetables

Gainesville, the County Seat

Has fourteen ohurshe, two public
schools, the University of Florida,
private schools, three newspaper
United State land office, the best
water, fire alarm system, elsetrile
and gas lights, two ice factories,
machine shbps, three wooi facto.
rie, oOtton Aib, two mown f(tori*e,
three railroads, two fertilor rman.
afacturing companies, one fiber
rianufaetory, one mretilfyin ur
pentine plant, two baks, and well
stocked stores embracing ever.
thing in the oommeretal line.


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THE WS, SsIqlh, Fbl

Tampa, J4akMTville and othetPrtd
points. Uxtra through Pullman sleep
oe and day apaches have been ar.
ranged, o iU may be made comfort.
able. *
In order to allow., their pteons to
volit the Jamestown Expositim, the
eaboard- will honor return portion
of Rtchmoad tickets from Portainouth.
The total rumad trip rates from some
of the iUpottant points in Florida
areas follows:
acksonvle $18.751 Apopk..... $16.70
LAke City... 18.76j Orlando.... 16.70
Live Oak.... 18.75' Dade City... 17.05
Madison .... 14.001' Plant City... 17.65
Monticello.. 14.651 Tampa...... 17.665
Tallahassee. 16.456 Manatee.... 18.50
OGanesvlle...15.161 Palmetto.... 18.50
Ooals....... 16.151 Bradentown, 18.50
Lesburg.... 16.I65 arasota.... 18.70
Tavaree .... 14.701
Whdle '~tse rates are announced
for the Confederate Veterans they
ire open to the public.
The Saboard has issued a very
attractive ad expensive fielder de.
voted entirely to this occasion. Cop.
le of ths fotlder and other Informsa-
tion can be obtained on applUetion
to any Seaboard agent or to
I. 0. BOYLSTON, Jr.,
Anlatant Genral Paen AenA
Jackaonvllae, M.

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Office in Miller Law Exchange.
Office Phone No. 255; Residenee No. 18e

And Solicitor in Equity
Rea' BEtate, Conveyancing and Gen.
eral Practice. All business promptly
attended to. Offioe next door to Sut

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Can sell you. sity property, (la.
proved and unimproved), phosphate,
trucking and f rN'* g ds. Sead hin
a list of what Y o Jer L'orsale, 214t


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The Florida

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Jsckesonvvlle and New York,
Calling at OHARLESTON. 8. 0., both ways.


Tloe Flwgt' 8talf mgIn thas Coaltwho BServ
le New ngland and Southern
Freight Serviee Between JAOKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
PROVIDENCE, and All Eastern Points,
Calling at Charleston both ways.


-outhbound'.................. ............From Lewis Wharf ,i
Northbound................. Fro Foot of Catherine st.. Jac ,

lvde St. Johns River Line
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, Beresford (DeLand),uand Inermei.uhe Landits
on St. Johbs River.

,Is appointed to tail as follows i Leave Jacksonville, Sundaye, T'u jlh,
Thursdals, 8:80 p. n. Reiurding, leave Saiofordl Mondays, "
Wednesday eand Fridms, 9:80 a. m.

Rasa down. rt BO.D
eave81:80 pin...................Jaoka6 ville................ ...Arrive 2:
8:4 spm ... ..................Palatka........ .. ......Leave :
8:00 m ... .............. ......Astor ..... ..... .... 8
.. :............Beresford (DeLand) i M........... .. i.
Arrive8:80am.......... ......... 8anford ................... i an
10:00 am .... ....... ........ Enterprise .................. 0: fE
F. M. laouxomOxa, Ja., A. G. P. A... Jacktonville. Fi,.
Joax PxDaI., T. P. A., A. C. HAoGRTY, G. E. P A.,
Jsckionivile, Fla. Pier 86 N. R., New YrrK.
0. H. TAiL"o, P. T. M., 0. 0. BlowN, G. P. ,
S290 Broadway, New York.
L. D. Joxss, T. F. A.. L. 8. deMOnsL. C. A.,
Jacksonville. Fla. Leesourg, Fla.
W. G. CoorP,. Ja., F. A., CL a MILnx, G. F. A.,
/ Jacksoivillj, Fit. Pier 80 N. R New York.
0 P. LovxLz,. Agent, Jaeksonville, Fia.

schedule 2ffentlve April 20, 1906.
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No. I INil 61 No. 3No. 1 126*NoI
Daily sun only, tily ex STATIONS DilyI ~SUL 01017 S U 1, 011.
sun 6a3
AM M pm Pm IPM P i~M
Leave Leave I Leve Arrive A"nv 'Arr:e
6 (V 30 140...........Live O~tk .........43 5 14V( %
Ar W Ar 109 jAr 40 LiULv0
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8Ar7 4Ar57 Ar 4 3......... ctone.... Bob 443I1,%
Ar 9 0 IAr4%750 jr 5403 ........ PMa ) ..... :o....... 43 W 11I%
ArIOS Ar.t A6 ...azntoii Sprlings..Lv 206 _Lv a 2D Liv
Connection made at Dowling Park for uI1tial t&n* to ard frobr Live 0 ~. 1iuit 1',
Altop and Maxo Junotion for M.ayo, Alt~on sn(I all gintermodiate joprits.
Por Infgrcustion as to convection,, with other lives, 'Ypbone or call orICI
Agent: 'phobe 1C7. Lewin Building. Live Uak.
THOMAS 1JOWLL.N(, President, R. P. HOPK~INS. General I'as.tr

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the proposed ext&O.-". O t 1ae

vidual support.
ses endorsinlg tb e m.,meat
aeade by PostDMtW DlOdett,
Rosser, J. K. Ort0144. w.
Frank P. Prioe, iJU O o.,
ll:re, Captain W. G. Raotl. Joel
SJ. L. Logs a Mayor W.
Sjoyner In the order. named, be-
W s.e resentativeOfrom the Oolum-
da rcd PessMolnes delegatloUS her*
leading the high trainmES conven-
. ___------_
Dynamite Was' Expl dd.
e-bJrbeD, N. C., May 11.- dynA-
lite explosion In an abanmA d tool
Opse belonging to the and
lthbern Railway co Fany on tbe
ks of the river Neuse, Oppoite
iSoplin Tuesday pwbablJ>ftta Y
re d Prank McGeOee, &eaillOI Y
r Watson Fanu, of Sly, 11.
., and slightly hurt several others.
Ibnding at a distance of perhaps 60
t, andl being Ignorant of the con-
pts of the tool house, MCOUheo
q at a knot In the building wMth a
tc!. The bullet came In contact
Oith the dynamite which had been
(ored for use in connection with con-
tuctilon work on the railroad, and
b explosion followed.
Kights of Columbus Convene.
aiin., Ga., May 166.-'The state
pou .tion of the Knights of Colum-
as was in session here Tuesday,
pgcy prominent persons from Atlan-
Aungus:a, Savannah and Oolumbus
pKrc present. Victor 3. toor, state
ti,.y, presided. Bishop Kelley was
is,,r during the afternoon sesi0o,'
W4 there was considerable lodge
iork. The state organization in all
it department was found to be In
'ry excellent condition. The work
c oimnilttees revealed great interest
k the order throughout the state:
Wkt-r J. Door was re-elected to his
pi,.on, as were nearly all of the
Iter officers.
Lodge's Secretary Must Do .Time.
BtRon, Mas., May 16-An appeal
( Robt; (;. Proctor, formerly see-
Way to l'nited States Senator Hen-
f Cabot Lodge, in connection with
s (conviction for the alleged ltrceny
( ijney given by John 0. Bergen,
sa c rmpahin contribution, wadlver-
Wle: y tihe full tench of the Mas-
i ; -, i iotne court. Proctor
nwa1;. ci:ti'ty in tie superior court
ai wi, esn .eiied to ten months in
t .. of correction.

Stop Grumbling.
I you suffer from Rheumatism or
i. for Ballard's Snow Liniment
I1l bring quick relief. It is a sure
IN for Sprains. Rheumatism Co*
td Muscles and all palas-and
tl the reach of all. Price 2c0,
S1.00. C. R. Smith, Tenahm Tex.a
fti: "I have used Ballard's Spow
6let in m7 family for years and
6e fond it a fine remedy for all
ia and aches. I recomanend It for
ir i the chest." Sold by W. M.

South Cirolina Diocese.
^(I 'C May 16.-The
S, ' *vnty-flirt annual
,h Carolna diocese
Suir. rn convened here
S' :.son Capers pre-
S i,: sermon was do-
n Kershaw, of
S'r the most Imp4r-
. t'ie (council is the
'i ',',.ljutor.
A W.." World Meet.
I ;.-The blen-
t. ,-4o%-relpn e*mp
\. \'r', 1. convened
|'NH the d4lepgate
S- nEarly every
The tody will;
bit t n to fourteen
Sth its women's
-' l, .Dn' Circle.

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': irtol-, Ga., May 4i.-rhe first
chea f rom Americus orchards this
sason, and probably Urst In the state
ters brought to market' Tuesday af-
tetiioon. They were of the Sneed
ret 'sand good enough of the kind.'
maerlcus-orchardmen expect to ship
,probably thirty -ars of peaches this
season, prinolpally Georgia Belles,
those escnplxg the A)rl 'blizzard.
Orchards .are la good condition, and
probably a nalf crop seems assured.
Strong. Will Not Appeal Case.
Macon, Ga., May 16.-L. D.
'Strong,, the man who was sentenced
to a term of three years nla the state
peItentiary for the Idling of Henry
molth, has decided that he will
go to serve out his time without fur-
ther effort in the courts. He made
a statement to the public Tuesday
after a long consultation with his at-
torneys, and expressed a wiUinuness
to abide the results.

Say They Were Locked Out.
Havana. May 15.-The striking cl-
garmakers called on' Governor Ma-
goon Tuesday and said that the blame
for the men remaining out lay with
the manufacturers, who had declared
& lockout against them. The men
desired to retur nto work If the em-
ployers desired them to do so. Wo-
men, It la said, will be put in place
of the striking men. Thus far there
have been no disturbances.

3,00 People In Attendanpe.
Poulan, Ga., May 14-The twen-
ty-sixth celebration- of the Worth
County Sunday School association was
held at this place Friday. BetWeen
S,600 and 3,000 people were In at-
tendance. The program included ad-
dresses by YIon. Jotn ]E. Howell,
school oommissioner of Colquitt coun-
ty, and Rev. W. C. Davis, state
organizer of the Anti-Saloon League.
Jury In Marvin Case.
Dover, Del., May 15.-The jury
In the Horace Marvin, Jr., case, has
rendered the following verdict: "That
Horace N. Marvin, Jr., came to his
death from exposure the 4th day of
March, 1907." There were 15 mem-
bers of t-he coroner's jury, but only
12 voted for (he exposure verdict. The
others refuse to vote.
Bread Riots In Persia.
Teheran, Persia,. may 15.-Scarcl-
ty of food is causing bread riots hers.

With its companions, heart burn,
flatulence, torpidity of the liver, con.
stipation, palpitation of the heart,
poor blood, headache and other ner-
vous symptoms, sallow skin, foul
tongue, offensive breath and a legion
of other ailments, is at once the most
widespread and destructive malady
among the American people. The Her-
bine treatment will cure all these
troubles. 50c bottle. Sold by W. M.

Under and by virtue of a decree of
foreclosure of mortgage made and
rendered on the 10th day of April,
1907. by Hon. J. T. Wills, judge of
thecircuit court Eighth Judicial Circuit
of Florida. In chancery, wherein C.
M. McKinney Is complainant \ and
James Gainey and Irene Gainey. his
wife, are defendants, I will sell on
Monday. the 3rd day of June, 1907,
at public outcry before the court
house door in the City of Gainesvllle,
to the higlf.st bidder, the following
property, situated, lying and being ln
Alachua county. Florida, towit: The
South half of the Southwest quarter
of Section 4, In Township 8, South.
of Range 20 East, to satisfy and pay
said decree, fees and costs. Terms
cash. W. S. BROOM E,
Special Master in Chancery.



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S eneficent epidemics are scarce, but such a one has struck Gainesville,
and people of every station and occupation have thefever.
It is most interesting and instructive to study the constantly changing
line of applicants for Pocket Banks as it files through The Sun's business
office There is the mother, bringing her daughter with her and securing a
bank for the girl, another for herself, and inquiring anxiously whether she
mayohave another for- the boy who is at work. She receives it promptly.
Boys Come--ome are steady, serious-faced chaps who have begun to
think on their own account, and who ask questions about the operation of
the scheme which show the results of rubbing pp against thel world.
Theu the High School girls and br>ys, gay and active, while the work.
man aid business man "slip in" during the noon hour to get a bank for the
boy or girl at home, afltr asking onhe or two leading qlrst:ons to make sure
theie is no joke abont the 25 cents. I

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Good for ah additional 25 cents when a deposit of one dollar or more in cash
Is made, will be given to everyone who aval themselves of this opportunity.
Make an inve~ption and you will never svi it.

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A few newsPSper fil for a. 4P-
1y at Sun office. ,
pew stock of bugges and wa .
lunter & Edwards.
Ji31k leases for sale at U 6f df e.
~ce $2 per hundred.
W. B. Phifer left yesterday on a
piness trip to JacksonvillO.
W. G. Richardson haM returned from
siness trip to Micanopy nd other
We only have $500 groceries Iet,
hih we are selling at cot. A. B.

Miss Bell McKinstry is in Tallahas-
where she is a ,guest of Mrs. J.
Itart Lewis.
Geo. L. Bryant of High Sprinp was,
k the city yesterday In attendance
the circuit court.
reW. W. Scofleld of Trenton has re-
ued to his home, after a visit. of
Oo or three days In this city.
Argo Red Salmon is cleaned and
Jcked entirely by machine, and not
Inched by hand. After trying it you
vill use no other.
Mrs. Chas. Leyvrez of St Augustine,
lfter a pleasant visit to her parents,
Jr. and Mrs. J. T. Woods, returned
b her home yesterday.
G. F. P. Howard and mother of
oeaville were in the city yesterday.
kr. Howard called at The Sun office
Md renewed his subscription.,
Strayed from University grounds
Thursdayy at 6 p. m., onei bay pony,
anmed "Monkey." Reward offered for!
sturn to University. N. H, Cox. I

I" office.
^5^ purest ln dto t d i In odr
b Some nide mulat have just been re-
celved by Mot t-;. *Phone 93.
A. Z. Adkins of Starke Was register-.
e9t4t the Brown House yesterday.
P w Si de-Two Clyde Lile tickets,!
:jaek oWvlle to New York and return.,
Apply at this ofice,.
-- su re and come to Oliver's today
and buy groceries at cost. Today will
probably be the last day. '
SL W. Jackson left yesterday for.
lnt 'In Bradford county, where he
will remain for several days on busi-
B. G. Gay. A. G. Gunter and Dr. Z.
M. Price formed a trio of Micanopy
folks who spot Wednesday In Gaines-
Most lemon extracts are either weak
or bitter. The one safe way to buy
to call for and demand the Blue
IRbbon brand.
J. M. htalle has returned from Alach-
us, where he has been looking after
his extensive farming interests for
the past two days.
For Sale-White Shetland pony,
harness Ian buggy. Quiet, for chil-
dren to ride, or drive. Apply H.
Ramsey, N. Qainesville, Fla.
Every lady should have a copy of
the Argo 'Red Salmon Cook Book. It
tells you thirty-nine different ways of
preparing salmon. Ask your grocer
for it.
County Judge Mason has issued
within toe past two days marriage
licenses to James G. Knight and Lizzie
Grimes, J. F. May and Susie J. Foster,
all white. '

If you have not received the Argo
Red Salmon Cook Book, ask your
grocer or send a postal to the Alaska
Packers' Association, Atlanta, Ga.,
Advertising Department.
Mrs. John Freeman Young, State
president of the Woman's Auxiliary,
Mrs. Jno. S. Arnold and Mrs. Drew
Williams of Jacksonville, are the
guests of Mrs. Chas. A. Colclough.
Lost-Two pointer gyps; one entire-
ly white, other white and liver pots.
Had collar on with my name (W. A.
Halle, Live Oak, Fla.) Liberal reward
for their return to me at Gainesville,
Fla. W. A. Halle.

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Small 4 alters will receive the
same courtoess treatment as larger
Interent paid eO naTinp Aeeaatnmt
and on Certiftates of Deposit.
For further lfbrmation call at the

Phifer Bros.

Old papers for sale at this offices.

-rm call at The a" o*M0.
't S Strtngfellow of Jaoksonville
W11 t1 the city looking after his busi-
a Interests.
, 'r. tM*ay Thomas h&4 returned
from a Visit of s6eeral days to her
son, Dr. Robert Thomas,
FwP Gale-A new 11-room house: a
Skroe 'servants' house and one acre
lot. ApplY to P. O. Box, 221.
S superintendent McArthur -of the
Atlantic Coast Inue has returned from
an official visit to South Florida.
Bave your stationery printed at The
'ta office. First-class work promptly
dellivred at reasonable prices ls our
Miss Ethel Olmstead, a gharmlng
young lady of Alachua, was among
those who spent yesterday visiting
friends In this city.
H. 8. Stewart of Jacksonville, travel-
lag freight agent of the Louisville and
Nashville railroad, was registered at
the Brown House yesterday.
There Is nothing more dainty for a
pickle or luncheon than Argo Red Sal.
mon sandwiches or salad. The Cook
Book tells you how to prepare them.
Ask your grbcer.
J. T. Manning of Clark, agent for
the Atlantic Coast Line and Southern
Express Company, and a progressive
merchant of that place, has returned
to his home, after a combined business
and pleasure trip here.
Strayed, Monday, from Paradise,
one light-bay horse, white specks on
back; foretop clipped; average slso
pony In gbod condition. Last seen on
Gainesvlile-Rochelle road. Reward for
Information. John Edwards, Gaines-
ville R. P D. No. 3.
Among the visitors to Gainesville
Wedneoay was Captain Chas. J. Jo.
seph of Savannah, tax agent of the
Atlantic Coast Line. Captalft Joseph
spent several years here as chief
clerk to Superintendent W. B. Den-
ham of the Atlantic Coast Line,. ud
has many friends In this section.
Mr. and Mrs. Jae. M. Graham have
received a handsome new Cadillac
automobile, which Is one 6f the pret-
tiest and best yet seen In this sec-
tion. A garage has been provided in
the rear of Graham home, which will
be-convenient. Friends congratulate
the new owners on this possession.

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(Next to Postofflee.)

Beginning April lst we will Dut on
our Sumuier raLf of $4 per wevk-21
Mnai-and $4 trading tickets. Street,
ly* tirst-clas in evry respect. Two
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A. HOMAN, the eminent writer
"n musical matters for The Cincin-
"A'i Enquirer, publisheM-te-that paper
"I, March 12, a review on the piano-
PA' ing of Alfred Reisemnuer with Mr.
\'al der Stucken's orchestra Friday
a't,,rnoon, March 11. It is a profound
cmritcism from an acknowledged high
In the course of his review Mr.
irnman says: "It seems as though, the
" .ty of tone which he elicited from
""' lIbstrum'fat was capable of ex-

pro,bhlig every shade In the divisions
of an orchestra.'
No one' who reads this and who
make rightful claim to ordinary inte-l
lig(.nct but will know that the "In
strument" referred to was a ilano.
Those who keep themselves fairly well
Informed know that Mr. Reltseauer
pref.era and uses Everett piano, ex-
clusively in I triumphant Aimrican
Of course Mr. Honian did not mean
to write, in his criticism of art, about

the piano used by Mr. Rtmsenauer, ex-
cept. indeed, as the wonderful quality
of the Instrument forced Itaelf Itto
the general effect, but-to thinking
people-the result is the ame as if
Mr. Homan had written In the follow-
ing words: "It seems as though the.
beauty of tone which he elicited from
his Everett piano was capable of ex-
pressing every shade In the division
of an orchestra."
If you search the archives of writ.
Ings about planos from the day of

Adam to the prePent you will sot nd
a higher tribute to a nobler plaeo.
Homan is right.
lo are othe.r,. like myself, who
gr'ee with him and who have oves
Sone a few steps ahead of le lan
their eulogluml of theb vereSt "Why
don't yot way of our plue what you
a&y of the Mverettr? a iplao Inau-
facturer of renown a4. ae p sed the
' other day. "SBeem Y ae not ask
Ing an Everett," we repled, "Sot as
artitile product Ilsk ts yerett."

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