Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01117
 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 18, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01117
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
 Related Items
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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tir htars amd dl-
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mnoor htePtukih ~tb. Onetbusr, IM owtj hiftW*SW
of do,~torp~ akroS R rm jI ate rl ~as

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5 Former. Whfte t"140s
b..'elAA uos toubran m
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the OmeladPtbf alw o artl*o.pta nm
5~~~psi Oll*~&Pkb, h1 d tauronthrSie dday ro &aff chletohisoat'armi b
Me Portc Tlo abm Tebith 3h o teseoa'n
401d. at 7%e e hnup re ofan'the iiAre f 'o nssigor-to .vs os l
corner ev. 3.lna1. iiagus rliu md Atat~vs ad. May 17.-H ert V oa,*
oratr. reserev Me. o i.uc gpy* asevenr-yar-11iold-schoolb oy, vl Als
the sm~e lnes f Ma imI" es-through his fa1the ssigtle Ctrobl
-"KTV:qaT 446610". ist Na tahoce e Briok omnyfrt
h onth gffl- 1k ws or-awju0ry nJde C*boosscutWd
~he openin ossim~. ja just ap, 0 amr15 *6 ~v~
Ten *OA.-s 4chole lad istalleig hte" rCV~e-s
soid- osouf 0thed 3Iop er semblyr. Jthe rickweny mh oleuutLy bb
W Ooumbela, S. #., a CItq getwo-ul teIsno own O
"a 7alvrslty *OWMthe 6to -ut Sefnnsa toneeot c&Io.Intesflom h
pe. kn.. wa WeaoUp eecte blb..Vauhanboydai.. enwal lo s kout
ta call* cajutor" otaf t antheCaroitae11 own made r"m ot wy thmuKat hi le by
assy d4 VeAbalswarlot aba. When beibloth-IOkahe lbow, hs of theo"r0was to.
gkft ult was eclare d theraction wasoff n helf jsO sfae
c ty han or n stttdth -.y-eo
so of te uneanlmassemb~rly. ad aerated.00ftLs f;w
ora torl offtredo hWeonsa-elected T seenosr-aIb sh oofty, ....
.Gandotanhreeheda brias b~w.:Reov. Athelossaof hyist-eftear t ,000an
aden. I Mousmeln.s 4CkV. ra apbu fse- hoe ebi ftherto suing t1,hat
trl* bUs sortme la, and 1% M ~eskIs- I, Ofat Sebe Braick obemar.ftw is
I o. Rt rig ee otyatoeur'$ = an d the M att a s*meitpee rtei
waa; oa Uthvqbe Wheot Situatlemws.n-i a uryInme fe Casa~od ,emwelll t

malot sd Srmle.h"eia p r. O rsnt W5iNek sawsany have p eel-t
are the highe11. )OW in.Russia a tanwo-Ma% teen Itoa Netwhicf8I
Wilamdeade tsh-."pWvhres of he tco olboy s k lmtwsstdopartie
Unvr siaPtyavof Kho, ndPoewa ,sre alo. f-thl0111
whpere wheat was W wltlvat0od b ahre, ____by ______li
yiWAas 9, of the VPUOer have-O wsb isw *"Iowopaf
Oar" ballth ~e aid WMbes Um b Mgthe (ao. b wWsl
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y Ci ty Wants Republica,
,4 Democrats to Meet There.


commercial Convention in.
S"~ 15 I Ilaving the Two Great
,1'l404at Canventions to Come to

C MyA17.-A movement to
Chimm' the na'iuua. eon.
'f4k.0oth the Republcan aaa
tk rtes, has been project.
(Ttdelft Commeicia; asso-

'ipatioun committee; of the
:OJ| s ays the plan w::i ,!, pre-.
a nitiA toD nal comii;;ees of

4jr tevenson, chairman "
l committee of the as-
pbroached the iuijei to
the member Irom r.
democratic national
O'- to Colonel, Fraak 0.
IdWpL i'"<0 the Republican national
OODImltte-. "tA is not understood tbt
Stb6 (Vta i*We ad4vanced further tU.
thio. Mr. 8tevens lold the commit
Rms tht the oomnilttee associ,.
"te woa k.Gtr BW the national com.
le zmol (u tnds to carry ou: boit
IOt lotic. It la expected that Mr.
,W ll& M-I& Mr. Lowden will carry
S opft~~.beltore their respective
Smt MeJ while the commner-
ta sagibtloa will proceed witn fur.
their plans or bringing both gabthr.
APs to at, oity.
W@4tmi ,ma and Mississippi 8uf.
fr t Heavy Rains.
lhfoar. Ala., May 17.-mDs
pt4 .frot .t -pws a i we.,teru Al
bat and Mlsstseppi tell of daman3
do tb t6 raroadas and newly plane
.rop, by the heavy rain of WAOed-
Ay nilht.
At Tuacaoosa, Ala., a rainfall ot
%A inci.& Was reoord.d and the WU.
rir O ver stood at a gauge of thirty-
Iae ftit. The river threatens to
overlow Sany acres of lowlands and
r nl the riTvr bottom corn fe'id
At Merlian, Miss., both teegraph
.fi PBkw were badly crippled by th
A staber of countyy brid.', have
b.M washed away and lowlands in-
Wtiated. -The &na"e to cord will

Jmpertant uton Before Presbytfi.
Ml Gtefnral Assembly.
i huIghao Ala.. May 17.--Oe
O ti meat Imaportant que'sdtionf wb
fl) go 0 bAe the general as8m-
bly ot the Sothern Pre.sbytorIa
ekaish whisk t ore Th'ursday v
be lhat loser relatiUons with or
"boIte olUg the pMesbyteritan sy

Qt 01t elgty-Orse presbyW*e
te ast of the eighty os the P
tO- Qf agreon ent for --C
4' &g8 KNee reported. r.t
lVe the artilee. ttwpatye.~t
4mp ttlo, while two h-*
slMed-to 4. Theo articles pro?*-
lgr a astMUll to wKhich 2 rta.
ts or vali Iterweses wl ,

maeept College Presidency.

c1hnTe. pv*u
5*., haS~ ,eated the lv"
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as atsOftheledD i3S
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i~~eW" isin

*A. 1b~uW~otinh

takes in a
povies that tto hs e
40. In., oi ached Iuw n

~iree $fe f ofe, Io. 3Oow,
Soa trte ile west
lfl itWs d du th

dthe mtoite oft tn

Shines and psopYtb at ord
Pt. 18n. on 0He9awanLed
tatu l ae ser w to a indt

I bonlM id to hrin r olen a-
o r n ed trbee srilg ort oand
d, hed w oaent ot the

abnd J It.whaah oeap., who
tly several h dy r res.ntatle of

Scnstedto big room an so
o neanr tto rt and a

speechtheWdeliuesre during the
y Whopl aig dnet ncled o oumth

d tos for tb purpose of
as iolne caller aw indrega
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-M.f 1i ll"n dlitelr

I 6 f the House,
asS eAtered, was
pabl g"dd o and passed.
t. A hat rprebtas
tisli e a lutereete9 re-
ceived a (egaa gmpediately ap-
peared tof actio,. pro-
venti tl waVlug of the
rule* No the bilk the
bill l *thfrd rmd*
langJ ti' the con.
vMa41 l.s l day morning..
I h aVe o fortier from the
amet1su1 51 t roui my satiafled
that b,: tatvo e will be en-
ably to te postpone the
l 0( i eitxenth Dr.
Kell ey ues they f are faithful
and e tto**a that the abande are
that mseure a liberal ap.
payprlatioti s t&e Unierslty.
Kt~i.fom 0oals.
.n Mere' H ^o deal o Interest telt
by tbfl'lQlu of Ocala and other
polo to Ul introduced by Willis,
to tAw ed W throu torn Indieot
o t e whh is reliable that,
e pepl oGof telegrams were sent
yestabdy from Ocala to the Senator
and !opreentatives from Marion
cou ut bhee communications were
not only set to the direct Represent-
tivest hbut to others, and many tole.
oirna were ftla sent out by the Oca.
It third ofTr to var epro
sentatives oof the tate, asking them
to Intercede 'wierth their senator and
Repreentatves. rm as Th
oThe people doanot seem to appm

sent bts bill 'and attempt to get
it through.
Out She Never Had Sulphut in Such
Convenient Form as This.
Your grandmother used Sulphur as
her favorite household remedy, and
so did her grandmother. Sulphur has
been ourtan skin and blood diseases
for hundred years.
But In the ld days they had tofake
powdered lpur. Now HANCOCK'S
LIQUID SLPBnR lives It.to you In
the best poeihbl form and you get
the full boesft
and OINTM NT, quaIy cure Ec-
seta. Tette'r, l0ft .hU0to and all
Ski hIeaases tt e rid an ugly ulcer
for Mrs. *an W. WU1*l, of Washing.
ton. D. C.. to three .
STaken' isternally, it purlAee the
blood and clean the complexon.
Tour drulaggist sel It. -. '
Sulphur Booklet free If you write
PANY. Baltimore.

He Appmrelatesa Crtesy.
Editor Su' Please pemt me. in be-
half of the Church of Chrit to tender
to yro ou r ra ttie heartfelt
thanks for the courtestes and atten-
tion gtven; us through your paper dur-
ing our meeting. We appreciate tse
unprejudiced atoret nmlfaietd ot
your part. Wtihbn you h #d
your Phare of "subs" I am your,,

With Its companaca heart burnm
WSinlaea torpdtty of the ferr. oam-
4910Uo, palpitatbe oa t1 heart.
" biod. headkaeh "d other nor

aMbos e .d

.ew .b"... ba t" .. sot W.AL

Da-*p PrlUses be0* esels tee
lesM- JfklUW-A=, 11I., sI l0Ul m

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SI lives inbot
Tho6 ght He Was Sharp, Bt Lost American
on His Calculations. household
straightening out d
THE 'COUNTY DIVISION LINES lationo of houseke
grandfather, it fill
yillis Wanted.to Gobble Part of latch.' just the invigorate
us and Marion Counties and Had positions And over-
His Fiddle Well Strung, But Friends solve the "Servant
of Absent Ones Interfered. Bottled C*caCola
special to The Sun:
TaUlahasuee, May 17.-The House
today passed the appropriation bill for Q
the State Utilverslty, Woman's Col.
lege and Deaf and Blind Institute, by
a vote of 40 to 23. This hill gives the __ __ -
University $150.000 for new buildings. *.1. .1.1 G I^ 'le
The bill of Willis of Levy in the W1. asm. le.l-]ients
House, purportilg to .take part of
Alachua and Marion and add this ter-
ritory to levy county, came near being
rushed through Thursday, during a % TH UIIUJA J
sence of Judge Carter, account of stck- 03 GALZ
ness, and the absence of Repreaent-
ative Doke, who was also absent te .... UNITED STAI
porrtly. havtng enalled away to
atted to businel lt one of the d- Capital...........
partmts. RelprMeotatlve Willis' Surplus ..
fondest hope was suddenly ended by
Interference of ReprsentaUves Kirk. nltere4t Paid on avlng AeeoAnti
land of lake and MakWIlliams of St. TMa_
Johns, who came 1t*lachua'a rescue
and protested agasAt taking such ad- "
vantage of the aeace of the rep I OT 0
sensatves from the eoantles interest.
ed, blocking the passage of this bul 1 U I l
whie Willa had declared as 'lmprely 1
local." There is ew no danger of l xaoo
Its pasage. I ee VCr
Repremntative Carter I. highly In. b t fe
dignant at Willie' nafr action and If t mSut. Our .sa. h o1
he has opportunity mure to make is SaaM
aome severe comuefU on same. M 6 ,
O:o. W. Hawthor was gruted" "ae
ductlon of lMe frol $250 to Mt fOr -. & ..
a-ravated aaaIL ,"Ik,. AOCIDINT. BUILAm T
a**enay n *muher at o lisl
tiM t:ui _dl "< REAL ISAT
ftep fsteAuini M
If yees meS k 'Ie uata ore--
-a -er % ,,rob% o tlaft8W g

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Vf, t f t MO N& 4l0 '41L Prt 30 1111100110111 n n
W GS.La 0. L iifuTamk, TW6
!ANON h s Sew I *.. H -

[INE of the Sunny South!
Wled CocaCola. This great
drink has now beccne a
necessity. Invaluable in
domestic trials and the trbut-
eping. -From grandson to
s a long-felt want and offers
on needed for spring indi,-
taxed, nerves. It helps to
Keps Eves Cooks Happy

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*.tLeVY CountY
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friends of the '' w w
are som, wat sugemri o
fact that the blil iUg balmL S
t of citrus and
hare succeastaly W sawe01%
reading in the Ho ,- .. a g: "
amendment .4 -
e Senate and House TIhit*U47 Ow
Large share of tth tth em itey rest every houkeer s
E. tlird reading sad = 1 i0 s o mw refrigerator
t bills were p aso. Sv ,a WAI Nu, ce asMy
S. : Te 4 s A ,
Pure Food Bill.I.- ..,
r. Crill's pure fo bill i 'ed up
of its regular order B ais H0da0
tW Senate, was quite A19 fIL
peoator from Putaum R jA g
fighting along this li. . .. _
pber of years, and it 1o OW Corm pa n y
The House bill with Seatr
per day amendment incrtala t W ho7.
wenbers of school board pused t
e all right, as did Senator WMil ates rehUR pstlint. u for horse
requiring bond of M The senate then adjourned until
St e ,.: p m.
most necessary, m sanW lnu e-tA Afternoon Session.
ery taxpayer, measure Introduced lie
afternoon is the Adams bft l o The, afternoon session of the Ben-
for tax levy for 1907 and 1908. ate w called to order at 3:80 o'clock.
bill will receive immediate at-. On motion of Senator Buckman, the
from the committee on nasace rules were waived ana Senate joint
station. resolution No. 325 by Mr. Buckman*--
te statesmen and .,politicians Piopsilng an amendment to Article
remain In the city and the hotel 12 of the Constitution of the State of
are crowded at dight and polit- Florida, relative to education, to be
slatos are being made on the known as Section 16 of said Article,
e of every fifteen mInuf-M-ad, providing for the levy of special tax
e way, only two weeks, Including for the support and the maintenance
ys, remain of the regular les- of the University of the State of Flor-
of 1907. ida, the Female College, the Institute
[wMker Matthews, who has b6n for the Blind, Deaf and Dumb, and
hnt for a week on account of ill. the Colored Normnal School, was read
hu returned and waV;greeted the second time, the rules further
warm applause and lumeos waived and the resolution read the
bakes in making his way rp-m third time in full and passed, 12 to 6.
Doorway to the chair during the lls On Third R'ading.
Part of the morning session. Bills on third reading wese then
SENATE PROCEEDING& considered and Senate bill No. 199 by
ENATE PROCEEDIN Mr. Crane-For regulation of practice
Senate was called to order t of veterinary medicine and surgery
a. m., President Haris lin the and/ providing for board of examiners,
and a quorum present. sone was read in full third time and passed,
was cr.1nu med In making various 24 to 1.
action, in the journal. House bill No. 7, by Mr. Dudley of
Sfollow;n, were among the bil ls brough-Amending 8Sction 344,
SNo. 410, by Mgeneral statutes, relative to compensa-
equirig cotton buyers thistion members county school boards,
S..! cotton buyerIn this increasing per diem to $5, Adams
to p kp a record of purhaes amendment, read third time and pass-
WIton aud proiscribing the manner ed. 3 to 5
thth sFu 10 records should be kept.
9 bill No.( or should be r.oh Senate bill No. 102 by Mr. Hum-
b rl t.-To fix a docket f*ee phrles-Amending Section 324 of the
e by county Judges n all general statutes of the State of Flor-
tl n ua ida, the s ame being Sections 1 and 2,.
Srn>lon Senator Beard intro- 'Chapter 4682, Acts of 1899, as revised
tM n ll No. 412-To establish by the commissioners appointed under
tlln rt in and for .sjbla Chapter 5267 of the statutes of Flor-
ty Th,, rules were waived a ida, authorizing the board Of public
b' r thp second and third instruction if any county of the State
sal i --d. 28 to 0. of Florida to contract debts .for the
Bo p, was tendered e iprchase of real estate to be used for
r..te l ;he floor upon, Itlti educational purposes, or the erection
Sr and invidto d of school buildings, and to provide
1"^ : r at the right dt an for the payment .thereof, approved
Ed:s A number of other prom. June 1, 189, and to authorize the is.
11 ,.t rhluding I K] M. stance of bonds, and to provide for
:1 \,,xtended the cor caUing of election, and to val
x o.,: ^,:. Late bonds already issued or voted for
School.Book Sil "' under the provision of Chapters 4678
S*Book B-, and 4(82. was read third time In full
Sreum4ed consider* and passed 13 to 12.
S: hill No. 101 by Mr. Senate bill No. 185, by Mr. Zim (by
,b u bt bS reqneud-Dsning wlat shal consti
l 'I therefore, both be- t^ d dfliwsoe on part of banks
K bills under d8e in. collection of checks, drafts, etc.. and
Srat. adjourna e ing liability of bank, drawer, maker,
S;, :' b . guarantor, surty and endorser, was
orcible dso .. md third tim to t faull and passed.
i 2 ttr of sere ral 8 to 0. e
ial oe both th By permission Senator Hudson in.
4 ,,-to wrs loUt r te odtued a resolution authorxisli the

ta eobar it secretarY of the Abaste to employ
apmoormsdeto supoMe AU PO....btDU
;'r44~e4 ad p e el

40 Nafti o A Boft Bui
~ew 1V I~1~~(A Blood Ps
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9:30 Fri

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CottW* or irpacked nltit
in tUO s of th year and
i*nagitm4, 5 0" d the
full pad passed.
e bill No. m. by Mr. w7y11
ig bond &t $1,000 from imemw
acted Ls the boards of coavty
sions*% ~mJAtvf december 31,
'ad t l tlmee 1 full and

e bill No. 414, by Mr. Me-
wa Introduced by pernnmiaio,
iug.. cunty co amisalouers to
surplhs funds from Seo asad
o funds to Other county tu4p,
May 31, was read Arst time
tor waive of rules read
d third times and passe4 d

Senate then adjourned until
Iday morning.

house or Representatives waIk
o order at t a. m.
,iiowles I th chair.
r by cpliata.
tion of Journal.

th& stops Irritation, subdues I

T~RAT~s the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tiauese,
lip frculatian of the Blood, giving the Muscles na

W.s.Bdly, P.. I.. TU TarN, writes-: "My
wife had bee ubdM iv years with pasis l
ber aum, when I w addia to use lard'a
UnimeLtatt wdl-lihd a complete ure. I
vwi also u t fo6 lodw, frt btad and"
erptoN, It doe th work.

inPdtoIon of Bills., e & aaa miTUTs .W
By Mr. Calk&is of Nassau-Regulat.- ', *3 ISo, 500 B $l .00,
ing the iublieation In newspapers as g' eeSR N L LI INIELN&F f C
news nwattor or editorials, matter paid LARD
for as advertising; judiciary.. L .
By Mr. Moetssle. of Putnam. for
erection of tatue to Stephen R. Mal-
lory, secretary of the navy of the C.- "
S. A., in hall at.Washington. M N S O N
By Mr. W*U"1 of Levy-Boundary '"sS
evils of LAtvy Watty; read unde sus ..
pension of rules s cod4 time by title on- A
ly. Mr. Kirkl"i -iLake objected to G .s M. I 1 M ri ANT &
the bill becai U e' from coun- etas ti Jobber I '
ties adjoining I4y-re bent. Mr.
MacWilliams agreed with Mr. Kirk. f Esr i
pansage was ot, rr
Hdise billNo,, lr, by Mr. Pauler tlll r.
of Taylor-Vlidatiag certain strip of dRF e SilZ.rse
Taylor county;, passed under suspen. l TH pSiQUARE. d e and othe8VLI. fLPr
slon of rules. Higher target price paid for late,. gas and other PAdoa
Select rder.
Mr. Williams of Jackson moved a A Oonplete lstok of Bay Corn, OatS flour. rau, Meal, Coon a ed MA
reon id rti of th vote by which imt We hande ow the BtST goods as the LOW
reconslderatlo ofsO V~the by which INr PIBTOX8. any uarae"e ataftaeion always .
House bill NO. 298. relating to salary l ma
of State chemists, was indefinitely
postponed. SJ2't LZU2IVH 18O9.
Mr. Willis of Lvy opposed the mo.
tion to recopsildr. After disussdon, f
the motion to rtodnsider was carried,
ayes 27, nays 18,. The bill was then I
read in full ad Mr. oinus o( Levy '
moved to insrt $750 tor traveling ei. "
ppnses Instead of 11,000. The bill was
put upon fhal passage and passed, '
yeas 84, asys 16.
House bill No. 425, appropriations -e--AND DEALERB IM--
for State colleges, made special order
for Friday at 8 p. m.
Messagesfrom tie Senate were read ,Se.a IsaELnd. Cotton
and bills referred to proper commit-
Bills On Third leading.
Senate bill No, 26, by Mr. Adams- Do s ofsersJ baskIas bsetaes. su ada f Sel "Ai a Doesese aets e
Relating to guarantee analysis of fer- Th seautsofbaaks. "bakes.emes d metal .fmeresabesstssadloheai .*
tilsers; passed. u rselved o I& ayvals serus. S es tisA sles to SaMa sollioas o s t
Senate bill No. 79, by Mr. Adame- oi 0s is e Usde ,e;
Relating to commercial feeding stuff:; __
passd. -
Spiaker Slved Bills.
The business of the House wa su oS3 as Io
ended for a few miputes while the
speaker signed enrolled bills, after
which the House resumed the regular 1'% mB,
order. '
Mr. Wilson of Hi-rnando gave sotcee
of a motion to reconsider the taA .
nite postponement of House bill No. I You Ainur d.
449. Mr. MaceWilllams moved the -
report of the internal ltPMto WIset a11 oM* Is r i ble, Have aPullI li
fund tnvestgating committee be r' WrMtt Wl=ak ity of 1Contrasc and the
ferred to the House committee ap Pa LWos.. Impsi
pointed to lavostigate this committee;

House nrrnt resolution No. S. You Are Assured ,
by Mr. I4( of Alacbua--RelaUil t.to i "
interstAt, Commerce; passed. Tat so seriP les ea evereome you withoollit"
Senate bill No. 345., by Mr. Beard, ___ai_, ....___
bor a tat"s to Gen. Edward Kirby

out of tW r ular c er o n motion ofi
Mr. Rees of Escambla and passed,
yeas 41. *ays 0. "* iba elables Companies Bapitaatm .
Houa e Ml No. 477. by Mr. Mloe ,
of Mo-re, substitute for H-asw b : "J
No. 15. by Mr. Wartasas arloes A U E YM
relatlag to dispoeltion of deditate Ia.
natie olfre tr.laed. q g
The House adjourned at 8:55 p. a.
until 9 a. a. Friday. *W

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sld other Floelda
PuIAMAn 5lee0-

#11 ol4sr ~trPatrons to
Tuf 001-~w 3xtze t. the
seaboam VWtI1m)srort= nportio
of Ribmmad t bass rompotsamoth.
ith" vwl I"t ~from sme
of the I 0owbte h Porid
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Lot*~.. 18.751 Orlando.... 14.~10
twoe 10k.15, S'dmoCRtY 17.05
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Flat Plug

7 ~ i%~.wW7~U~ other kind,
t~MA~~k*C~0101kfl1ah gand satis.
j~ f*At made the
Ir"C" I .. I .. -, the manu.
........ ....POpular brands
~bavn~q~j~zim~a ~necessary the
tbfco UsQC~~oMOus growth
to *xfa smnallfactory
hki'8S7to the Jarg.
otflat-plug fac.
Ar' Wtoryintheworid.
%rti obif*- The men who
Wav.*anctstarted the
--oz' chewbi* tbbseco. aof ma.Inufacturers
twee S CI"'M"" of biw'MOl. 0be just as good
"NOIA0~ tre'-hfart used In- amSC ~Appetb&U 74O*fllodty manufac.
"Urbl, d ~ i4yttes.uo otudsof SCHNAPPS
gp b,~mnd t telti rv hwdts 0qtI~W of all imitai
Uhdsbrds, t um tpmotwo braMiftodvsin, aparne
as bo to ta d "Wtoks

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Ofburg...., 1l( rasot.... I*. to msy Seabowarmt s t w to4
sMava ..,.. 1.701 0. BO~DITO, Zr.
While the. rates are announced Aslstat Geoneal Paoswm Aget,
tor the Ooatederate Veterans they JakrtBeo, V(t.
am opea to the public. t I :-- na
The Seaboard has uue very A true le -ton extract is ahard
attretive and expensive thing to find unless of demand the
vqd entirely to this -o S.a coo. Blue Rlbbon brand. It it the very
ie of this folder and oter-amn finest obtainabe.


M i A*stIon-Be wise; send for
V jl3ka booklet-free and instruct.
kh Oftly em*; enlarges parts. No
naiholmg as take. So. Inst. UJ.,
Box 4A, eHouston. Texas.
Dellcay and strength make i :ue
Ribbon Vanl by far the most de-
ladrble to use In cakes, lee cream and
mmneof deossrts.

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J. A. OMAN, the &mIneot writer
on musical ino t"e for the Cincln-
na&U nquirer, pubtlsbed la that paper
on March 12, a evi& w 0" the piano.
'playing of Alfred Re sbU agr with Mr.
Van der Stuckem'sor oeb Friday
aftefnoou, March 11t It it fmitound
otttltclm from an aow high
In the course of hbl Pbrvw Mr.
Homan as; "It seems as though the-
beauty ot tone which he elMeted troa
the Instrument was Omfttio oet O

pP| sabtde lo the divisions
of an eioh "t
No one who reads this and who
makes rlihtfl claim to ordinary thle-
lgenco but will know that the "in-
atruainea reftmd to was a piano.
Those who keep themselves fairly well
infornae kaow What Mr. Retaetaer
prefers and Sm ]erett plauos ex-
cluavely tn hio trtaiphant American
Of corse Mr. Hoam did not mean
to ,%rite, ia his orbtitlem of art. about

the piano used by Mr. Relseanuer, ex-
c ipt indeed, as the wonderful quality
of the instrument forced Itself into
the general effect, but-to thakinng
people-the roult ts the same as it
Mr. Houan had written In the follow.
ta words: "It seem as thouh- the
besaty of tone whieh he elicited from
his E- erett plao ~sa capable of ex-
presing every hdade in the diviiaon
of i orchestra."
tR you serh the archives of writ.
atp about panos from the day of

Adam to the present you will not find
a higher tribute to a nobler piano.
SIna "is right.
So are others, like myself, who
agree with him sad who have even
gone a few stoep a d of him in
their eoul m ta t "Why
* don't ymou ay oft tow plo what you
may of the mve~r a r plao manu-
th taer of remwm s ap asked the
other day. "*Soe sn e are not mak-
tg asn XWVre t W repMaed *ot an
Sartotte pro4t "the a "rett.-

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So paper, pubWij
a" mcotakllil
Oki, Itan
po*ge ft". 1 to E
*manIdOf f$aau
"*w toiW I*"y s~

hopes In time to barW*
city, but a

l sll does not care .
to assume the. .
Leo, as long as he
IMe bandit machine.
there such a thing a
story?" asks the Bosto4 ^*.
Probably not. Vut there
a lot of fresh Lincoln

leaves the ointentitm tb
itlon as the "garden spot" of
entry, to other Statms it Is
to be the watermelon patch
Jeane who made the million
donation for the education of
ru negroes is 84 years old and
five million dollars, so she will
be quite comfortably off.
Alex. Graham Bell sayd thdl
aU soon have airship* t t w* 1
Sthe Atlantic in less than twoity
.Dinner may be bad in Amier*
breakfast in Europe.
Republican outfit in Ohio seem
dly adverse to holding. t
trial primary. One ide i S
and the other side procratl-
and both sides claim the major-
Ithe State committee which has
I"my so' as to the time for the

Republicans of North Carolina
b be r,,quired to prove their -
O th e Roosevelt dynasty, "aa .a
lekon to the Republian poll.
of the other Souther States.
t. Teddy. keep the rascal up
scratcb or cut them of- from
at the adminlstratijotgaghW
'sands who have laughe4 asu
Ov r the stories in "Beike t
lirr lush" and "T ~y
Ami syne--Ian Maelar s
ook.-%ill rejoice to le frao
P7lie'at1u, by T tie
S irs ('Company, Phlmdelhii.
Sl' -l FtorC wrI
t*.Lr of his llfe. 11
III the
Whi land., has led to the *aB
14 a -kting at Denver as
S pt o en*i repreebtt *.
t o.cerning pubhi
mne govror. 0r s W
ave' ,'e d the Invlta to
delIgtes and the a

a n d ave I
l a, r fria e f
Obe 4;, to the 3s e;i
to be therwtsa

to tke am
L bis a,

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ernease exceeding 300 per cent. For
th*e three Items-West Point. army
Mv ary, exclusive of new penionS,
46"uMd by service in the Pbilippines-
1pay at present yearly $175.773.542
am" thaa it 1898. This increase is due
SwboUy to the colonial policy-
f new venture In world politics.
Up to ,m 0, 1902 i In n,.. ,teordlng
to Sepre atative Clark, we paid out
a ftoewnt of te Philippines not le
-'JJ -,+U '. "
lts o0r Onto, Owrr or To oo,.
LocAs Cv RV"
amk J. Lbsor akses eath that
Io le oselmr ptmer of the IrmI of
r. J. Che t & O, doig besimaes
ia -nio of a etob. a o. ty sad

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",~Life- and AdcidentZ437

for yer s we .v
new e. in the i
"What W*Ve :thrd1
p4--KO. *At on small rad
ountia ,d exports to
"It is a tiweaveup tbee
l Ilnds anynt "4e Bloupt qf qI )
V.i has 'itjaretaly. fro te
W.. of ,= ivep
hr plc d from i Amerim
Ipro teIter -_ers aad4o* 1K -that the
k, esman esgoovcerpt eat e
I a senent of the They abou ea W Itl
V eptsasto them. possible and ,t shgiot be
Ali v tO the United and ampliBed a, raplty a contleu
I Ab1oa0 8,_ .It I. will admit iatil are entirely, free
i o n en th o 0o ad respoasthity,.
theu go n e burD e by the victory
par ton of Dewey 6 ft ft Instead of less
S ibohe. spe s. Theaov eqing and &.At i politUcal pow'4
*I.$otbeen c4dth about the ti not letting pte tr'thi be known. We
I ^btf"e attempted inquiries. have no bustseile- w the PhllippiU
*:l.0ossible. In a peOch anyhow, and( (ooner we let the
p*mie of Congre MW. pO, the better Ari n at home a
i pll ldis of- the fearful abroad." '
kk the Pblpp tne.s and
r etr we vere psident e ',T d4eclled to 11
4 t~lto T'he ept a watck becgda It was engraved
thqupgi/rsVoy @t l-. as'having 6 0 h"ted to him "a s
ould a demonstrat 40m of e methods of their
It"aets made kown to merican weic troit" The watht
w44. purchaso"'li41tod of a dOelet
*0(l g IS a r the who had pai W _ American wtote
'+w.b.s a beginni. There truet $7.98 for .. t M ld have m
ead of war. for the appre- an American 4* JS. Thus 4do0
i te local aiplratlon for tlde- the tariff pro 'l trost and the
together with a costly par' english buyer the purchae't
im ,the Boxer war in China, in the United a ttes, and yet the
.ut of our presence la the standpatters itt1ee n denying that
li pn. To the direct cost of- the trusts s pe to foreigners
awere mcust be added the ex- than to our oq p opl. Is' It not
i hienat to our attempt to gqv. about lime to e our own people the,
uamwilling people, includWngsuch benefit of the- bagaias?
O the $7500,000 paid (W their *_ _______
.a lsds, .the $263,000 W fr
atomesa b & church, the $179,000 which M as W -
te st Phlippine commission cot, l a
the 11W,000 paid for an unproductive lIsra ii
coal mine, $400,000 given for carrying Bjlj TN OO,.
coal from this country and $3,000,000 Kidney trouble poys upon the mind,
given to relieve tho people of the Is- liscouragesiind 2eusamSbition; beauty,
lands from the effects of the famine and ceerfuil
caused by the war of subjugation. 0; Iam soon doappr
Much more important than the sums e out f order or die
here named 14 the immense increase eaadd.
of our yearly appropriations for army Kidae ytroubleha
and -navy called for by the policy of be meo provtt
foreign adventure of while the acqul- i for a hn to be
sitioo of the Philippines was but one born afflicted with
expression. To hold an empire on te -eak kidneys. If the
other sidnof the globe necestatd child urinatetoooften, if the urine calds
ther of armythe globeand neceatat the flesh, or if., when the child Neachesan
a* lucrease of army and navy corn- age when it should be able to control the
mensurato with our enlarged reaonls- assa, it is yet afflicted with bed-wet
bliUties. While we remained a conti ting, depeuduponit, thecavmisofthediffi-
nental power, witH a purely defensive ni*ty i de trouble eand tre t
policy, a small force sufficed fr 'our o heer ita torgasi. T'hi uTneIhmat
protection, our position being Invincl- trouble is admto a diseased contrition of
ble, but by taking Hawaii, Porto.Rico, the kidneys and bladder and not to a
Ouam and the Philippines we have habit as mot people su PO se r
Women as well as men are IaUe m iser
given pledges to fortune. These over- able with kidny and bladder trouble,
sea acquisitions enormously iacr ae and both need the same great rnedy.
oer liability to loss and humiliation at The mild and the immediate effect of
thU hands of powers having. large oot in oon realize Itissod
means of aggression. cett an one-dollar
"The effect is seen in our annual she bottles. You may
appropriation bills. We appropriated bave a sample bottle
In 1506 for the army 7117,1 by mail free, atl> a fnles euL(waspS
against 2., I 18 a I a imphlet telling nll about Swamp-Root,
agalst $23,129,344 in 1898, an Increae including Aay of thethousndsof te~tl.
of nearly 300 per cent West Point monial letters received from stderers
cost us $1,664,707 in 1904, against cured. In writing Dl KilmCer & Co.,
479,572 in 1898, an increase ah ingauzmto, N. V., be iure and mention
more than 300 per cent For the navy pt semeeer tl~t name, Swamp-Root,
li 1018 the appropriation was '$12,- Er. i b's Swa nuip.Root, and the ad
01./70 against 133.003.234 In 1898. an dreus, Bnghanatun, N. Y., on every

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Confte veterans' Reunion
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Richmond, Va.,

lJay 30th to Jne 3rd

Atlantic Coast


* TiOkets on sale daily from May bh to 80tah go
lusev 0te for this 0ocasidn is i
Jacksonville for the round trip, or virtually o
cent a, mile for distance traveled, with correspond,
Ingly low rates from all points Extension ofr
limit to July 6th can be obtained by depositing
ticket with SpeIal Agent and payment of fifty
oents at time of deposit.
4 For full information and Pullman reservation
writor call on FRANK 0. BOYLTON, Distr
Pasmoger Agent, Atlantic Coast Line, Jackson.
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Ids in Georgia*
The Alabama 0rlEt
led by the BOtft.

177, of hich $168,.1-b.
is anlere
this return.
Th Aofthe Aufuam soulyw r w4 . "- .
ie the southern, *bo ltb r i<-
rabout Cr,50l. 11!.'e e ee1a
r at $367,3e8, 5 aOf
chit. Ttie l no it s nude
Tae HartwiUt hxitnto
b'o".i ,,n, s

S.Atlanta, My 1 d. M an'f
'0 who isralleedto" 40*"Ua
tl machti e toh t es t om IKt.
,*Chy I tha irtu wa il'.nld-
$ed mad came mUrt r f tHe
*r of the family, w nOt ie ta e
cited for mtrrder, -but er .aaunt
uth intent to murder, ha io01terd
mineral Charles D. Hill, Wed4at day.
SThe act of 18.97, he said, reo rre4
te the placing of d ite bdeor o
It a house with' tb e latentlo gof
i bloinig otp the house.
. Were a party sends af tha Ifernial
oarheri to another person, the in-
teht di to kill the person to whom it
Is eui. If that person was killed,
tie crime would be murder; It the
ttempip failed, as In this Instance,
,the crime Is assault with Intent to
Solicitor 11111 remembered the at In
lvestlon, but said be had ,ot ead
it in several years, but that Ite was
htly applicable to pnoefr who at-
templed to dyanamce a0d blow 09

It is said to be a fact that a great
many people do not 11rank" suaelent
watt r. Whether this is due ,to We un.
palatability of the water ane to
lot a ftew of the cities of thU cowtry
or hher causes, the fact is amid to
remain. and the statenlet is made
that directly thereto b to be traced
iot a little of the alckness dooteon are
lhull i.n to treat. Baieolsly Si
thi tru,. of disorders of the kidney
Sbladder, wch or an a5
to N- gr,'atly benefited by t0he lash-
h9 that naturally follow thte fee t i e
Of rxd drinking water. The o of
&c'h flushig is lgasgertd WW b& In
1g6 n- ure respo e y

tl l,,'h phyRsicians have to o0d-
<"11 A favorite and ..oemaaf

.." i.lal m sie., toag t oa
Srini-.ratlon three tho -a rIiy
*'-'h a i fl r t ia ss p n a o t

I1T" A f, ,atilt@ Oflldll A I
i^b'^.*-n t. the ipatlet B6 & rtk

,,nr.,r that the b pTar
. *'""a* 'h disorder b. '
'."*) **i'*dr~ from tae stio

Nc ~rper ft 10 VOr'sek.~r
May 17--A RaisZO
be pobdiahd
At a NSatug of
Al rmuarniukeglfas
iy wsany wU c 1.
N ~ the 08 foYR"wn.
*'I) as 00o4484 to 4flb
x a s
6d Oa&;Ad by vW 4.j
lb ;be ejfl'

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WUtruthefeka. Iq ssol
Oc dobs hundr*#u
6e lruad the twwwuiutsj and
attack Upon -or. IL V. pion*
I (lm)4 number of the L*adiW
with Its gpeat black die-
togs. ho never saw the hum*
bi rI fttt0ti. Vit& I"jIncon-
Theading, pubI.d twU& swaths
wAlr&bolily charsod 1 p sa
Bibeous article tb&% Dtplp"
to'. ription, fw ast&e reof
~qsnesm t and' SflMets, corn-
isoa ndlother hum~ulloipqdl.
W r 04aht suit
J~b~tS tVpeLadles$
fo ~ransm
P14*00 lthd at Mr. Rkthe
nhr~alicdously pubWWhe the article
h false and eiao
W the Intent of b kmu i
rtherznore. that no a I ato.G
tarlouo. or habittormingd-rugs-
er Ore. contained in his air
cw~tq option "; tWaisaid fmedicine
16 native medi ftnul rawt and
_.o harmful Ingoediernts what.'

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Noted Singer Dead.
New York. May 17.-Word has
been rerelved In this city of the death
0i Milan of Arcangeloi Rosal, former
aufto of the Metropolitan opera house,
who attempted suicide last week by
cutting out his tongue. He showed
no sigp of insanity last season at
the Metropolitan and this was attrib-
uted by some to the hardships he
=t*ered during the earthquake in San
PWanetaco. His friends believed,
however, that the loss of his voice
caused him mental break down. He
was 42 years old, and bad sung for
five seasons at the Metropolitan.


amy May See But t ITaken Gealue to
When JSames Watt saw the steam
causing the kettle lid to jump up anid
down he said "There must l1e power in
that steam that It can lift such a
T!'re wr".
Milk.ns prior to him had se"n the
same phenomenon and egarde4 it as
an oneipl.tined mystery.
Recent scientific search has put its
finger on the "cause' of Dandruff, Fall-
Ing Hair. and consequent Baldness, and
has unearthed ttiny germ which eat4
the life from the roots of hiWuen h lr.
Newhro's Herpleide destroy r this
,1rm and consequently rester" the
hair to its natural state.
Mold by leadlnir drugrlts. F 'n4 1W.. Ir
etampe for ample to The qetplclde Co..
Detroit. Mich.
Tw aseo40 de nts ad S L.
J 8. Bodiford & 0o., Speelal Agests.


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Soppe00 Fr. o.,
Ro-Top Deo.
u alld lM kade *
V6 Ofisoe Fersltore
4 Marde to oder o4
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Beneficent epidemics are scarce, but such a one has struck GatnesvIlllh
and people of every station and occupation have the fever.
It i most inter eting and instraotive to study the constantly
line of applijauts for Pocket, Banks as it filte through The Sun's
opce. There is the mother, bringing her daughter with her and
ak for the girl, another for herself, and itqiardng anxiously w
ay have another for the boy who is at work. She receives it
Boys oome.-one are steady, serious.faoed chaps who ha i;
thtik on their own account, and who ask questions about the
the scheme highl show the results of rubbing up against th' .
Then thlHgh 0ohool girls and boys, gay and active, w. w
an and bul- man "alip in" during the noon hour to f
oy or girl at b e, after asking one or two leading qut!If
tare is no joll t mthe 25 cent. '

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None clipped at Har a 4.

l adles' aling cards Iamt t
ll Suofn ice..
A few newspaper alIsM for to' p
I at Sun ofice.
, New stock of baSlS0 M04 WMal .
bInter & Edwards. ,
, Blank laomse for sale at this otoW .
$dee $2 per hundred.
lri. Riley of MicAnopy waM shop
0kg in the city Thursday.,
Mules for sale or rent Apply at'
wee to Geo. W. ScoAeld, OGtnAe llo .
L J. Knight and A. G. Hill of La-
&omKe were trading N tie oity Thuraj

W. H. Tison of Ocala is in the city
m a visit to his parents, Mr. and
In. W. 0. Tison.
Wanted-Two Greek peter# waat
bmrk. Apply Kandy Kitchen, 102
lest Main street S.
J. W. Prater of Holder, on* of the
progressive business aen of that
iwn, was among the vlstors to this
Oy Thursday.
J. R. Williams of Alachs, one 'of
.be fading busluess men of that tolkn
fho has been detained here e1 the
ry for the week, has returned to
b home.
fe a good cake maker-Take care
L choosing your flavoring exte.ets.
vv. nothing but the very best. et
e Ribbon vanilla or lemon and
hie the delightful difference.
Lobt-Two pointer gyp; OBe entiIre
white, other white and liver spots.
d collar on with my nae (W.A.
Hile. Live Oak. la.) liberal rward
Their return to me at Galae-vie,
h W. A. Halle.
Olli Jacobe of Bronsos. bne of the
cCient clerks in the offiote ot Comn
Wihonlr of Agriculture MCLin, Talla-
OMW 1was in the city for &a w hours
* "rdv lie was en route to Talla.
Sfronm his home, where he has
hi o" a sit to relatives ad-frlends
0 the iast few days
kiI Leonora Vidal bas returned
I Charlotte. N. C., where she has
S da at the Prewbyto
C'ol,,e for the pa"t tan. MilN
1 *as armug those who assisted in
tea-Ir itr,ogram. r mderg piano
a oIUs. PrIllld ae d",
to gr- t her for her vacatioo.

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Hon. ~ROO M l O, register W. C. sum-
the United States .at office, has are in Jack.
turned ffMin PWrola, where he hI 5 undertakers'
I been for t t fe day In atte m 0.
ae upon th atted States cout, N. ramll g returned Wed.
Col. Chubb,'l tes that Penapow .fOi Lak City, ,where she
to a growing city, and one of the bt vtttti Ams. Edgar Mobley.
in the South. "The town has overcomI 4 Mr s. H. C. Stephens add
j' all obstacles ,f that fearful sto s A S and G. W. Mc-
'ta tar and which disturbed and wrecked its cob lpest Wenedua ton Alachun.
S: mercial and other interests." he said, the itets at a WirthdaY dinner given
Ifr*o 'Illnre "and Pensacola today to a new Penn- by Mr. and Mrs. Tai Oato.
H.M cola. wonderfully built up with aagnt. lMr. Jesale Dickey of Thomauville,
Scent t-tructures. G. ls visiting her grandmother, Mrs.
pIjtmOhlA. ~"The improvement in the city is o btt.
marvellous that It is almost imposal. P P. Wood returned MPtnday from
ble to believe. The buildings are all La 4elad, where he stent seveOlW
of the first class, constructed o( llys on busIneo conmnl ted with the
brick and stone, magnificent in proper Attlio Coast Line.
Old papers for sale at tl office.. tion, and would be a credit to any city The members of the New Century
,ySholes typewriter for sale. Ap. on the globe. Those Pensacola peo- Cl b gae a iknnic on the 11thb Zon-
ply Sln oee ple are full of oergy, and are all pt aentary o Miss Marie Mann. 1te
right. They are made of the material Dplieo elected for the pihlo was
Only purest ingredients used In our which go to make a bustling town. 'DunMan's Mill, on the Sante Pe tlver,
bathg. Keystone Bakery. "One of th4 prettiest stretches ofat sd t is a very beautiful spot. Th1ih
Slot the best printed stationery at beach I ever saw," continued Col. date was the 13th birthday of Maistr
lowest prices call at The Sun office. Chubb, "Is the five-mile stretch of Paul Wood, and a pleasant featpre
,or Sale-Two Clyde Line tickets, beautiful Escambia bay, from the city of the dinner was the lighting of 0th
Jacksonvllme to New York and return, to the navy yard. The wealthy banl- candles on his birthday cake.
Apply at this offle!. era and merchants have erected mag. There was a card party givqe *I
For Bale--A ney 11-room house; a nificent villas, which gives the ap- the h&me of Miss Mabde Thomas ot
-room servants' house and one acre pearance of a Southern Newport." the *venlt.tof the 14th. Mrs. LaL
lot. Apply to P. O. Box, 221. e o Deanta won Brst prise for ladies, and
Have your stationery printed at The BAE.BALL NEWS. Jen MiRsele the nentleman's p4rt
an Office. First-class work promptly Mrs. W. B. Anderson gave S ard
devered aF reasonable prices mptl our Jacksonvill4, Savannah and Charleston party Wdnesday afternoon to the
er reasonable prices Leadn Sally League. B New. CemtY Club. Mrs. H. MtL
Mor Sale-White Shetland pony, The report of the result in the base- Grady won Stat praise and Mr.& I. R
harness and buggy. Quiet, for chil- ball games yesterday in th6 South At- Anderson second prize. Those' pi
daes to ride or drive. Apply H. lantic 1ag was as follows: out worp Mrs. H. C. Stovel M
Rasey, N. Gaineaville, Fla. Jacksonville 8, Charleston 2. Thompson, Mrs. Raymond Futch, MN
Savannah 3, Columbia 1 P. P. Wood, M's. E. K. Andersoui, '*en .
S. F. Waits of Grove Park. member Mavannah 2 C n bus Paullne Kilibrew. Mrs. J. &all,
of the firm of Phifer & Waits, naval acon Mrs. Leon IaThell, Mrs. M. P. gSui
stores operators and manufacturers of r mt.r, Miss Marie Mann. Miss ma"
lumber, was transacting business in Honor t O ileavIlle Men. Hague, Misl Annie Lou Hodges, Mrs.
this city Thursday. Col. I. B. Webster, A. M. Cushman W. B. Anderson, Mrs. 0. 1. Oramling,
Dr. J. Harrison Hodges has return- and Robt. lellan have returned Mrs. Odorge Reynolds. Mrs. H. Mo.
ed from Jacksonville, where he' went from Jacksonvllo, where they have Grady, Mrs. J. D. Neal. During the
to attend the semi-annual meeting of been in attedance. ,upon the annual aftel oon, a very beautiful wedding
the Florida Board of Medical Examin. meeting of the Grand Commandery, 'preetit was presented %by the New
era, of which he Is a member. Knights Templar, of Florida. Century Club to Mrs. Neal. -N
SCLOSING OUT SALE-Entire Stook Messrs. Cw lman ad McClellan Mrs. Stephen# of Brunswick, Ga.,
of Milnery-bsolutely nothing h were honored' by election to office, and Mrs. Tucker of Birmingham, Ala.,
back Everything must go and so Mr. Cushman was chosen as deputy who have been visiting their sister,
NOWback. eryto coin mut until entire grand commander. and Mr. McClellan Mrs. W. N. Gramling, returned to
stock IW.s gone Mrs. F. T. McCormire as grand stantrd bearer in the rand theit homes on Saturday.
stock s gone. Mrs. F. T. Mcormick. Commander. Mr. MoClellan was alo On Wednesday evening the com-
E. D. Stanford, special agent, and honored by the'election to the office mencement exercises of the high
R. Paul Brown, clerk in the United of Grand Master of the Third Vail school began. The stage was most
States land office, have returned from In the Grant Chapter, R. A. M. Iutifully decorated. Every number
Tampa, where they nave been attend- on the pro-m was a, ooess,_and_
ig the session of the United States -the largeaudience prset gave caon
Court, Southern District of Florida. i i the lar audience parent la ve con .

-- ti, n BIUaoll pilaun". rticuliTar mention
The services at the Tabernacle this must be made of thP acting of Miss
evening, under direction of Rev. J. B. Mamie Rimes. Ray Witherspoon and
Nelson, the evangelist of the Chris- Mis Stella Dexley. Truby Osteen and
tlan Church, will begin at 7:30 o'clock. B Miss Willie Eubanks, all of whom
The subject of sermon will be, '(Why were fine. Miss Bins Dunagen, as
I Am Not a Campbellite." The public ,B,,P ,SBB Fairy Queen, deserves special
is cordially invited, mention. The little fairies sur.
Wanted-Men to learn barber trade. rounding her were dreams of beauty.
Wonderful demand for barbers; 'few Miss Mary Hague's department was
weeks completes by practical exper. Aespoially good. Much praise is due
fence, careful instructions, demon- Miss Marle Mann, principal of the
strations and exmlmnations; 'dplom s school, for the beautiful and artistic
granted, tools given, position waiting. oommOeoeament exercises. She has
top wages paid. Write nearest branch, k made many friends in the town, who
Moler Barber College, Atlanta, Ga., ora l appreciate faithful and *lfletet
New Orleans, La.l Da work she has done In the school.
"Keep the sun out-let the breeze WILL CLO. SUNDAY.
n,"' is the substance of an advertise- lg Bnsine
meant of the Gainesville Purniture vangellt J. a. Nelom f t" QhF
Company in this issue. But nothing e a tisn Church Will Lo we v
more to needed, when it is noted that I vangelst J. Nl f
the ad. has reference to Vudor porch Bangelist J. I. Nelsea of Teass,
screens. This firm handles a com tle who it conducting series of ethWp
lie of goods needed tor makMga We II1 at the Tatbernacle, will oe p th
home more comfortable, and invites pulpit a the lt .
an inspection of the line. the 000unts of day at 11 a. i. The v wilp 1be
under the control of the Claeh of
W. 8. McNally, one of the valued Christ.
employs of the construction work of rhaSunday school and oa l B r
the granolithic sidewalk system toIn iUM r iaes will be at the TabI)iste at o0
this city was married Friday to Misse a. At S3 p. m. Mr. m wUl
Della Jolly, a charming young lady deliver an interesting sKBs at the
of Orange Heights, at that place. Farm Tabomsele; subj)t, T4 Oret
Rev. P. J. Lync of St. Patrick's Telephone Sytoem"
Catholic churelofficiated. The con- This wll bi the et diuarse of
tracting parties are well known in Corporafl ns 8 the meetng. 'On a600" M O mf rXag
this city and county, and friends ex- emagagemat In AIbIsa the 1 esting
tend congratulations.. wil lose.
The A. R. Harper Piano Company Individuals.
1Ilf a balMpae advertisement on the UNION NSORO PICNlI.
a d O page fOls Issue containing a
strionga ~ ,m t of the qualities So 4l. 9 1ItM wMn fo ll"as h eN e **. *M y Se60bs ve ieulo
of the Ev it sa l The Harper iW- 0e0 es1" IIYstint si asnd Ple als t -@ iMe e Lake.
Company ftk a specialty of the SmO Th Mt. Mt NGhlt. fIt d-"
Nverett in e piano Ite. and it would slip mptist W A. M. ebwrches
pay those wb te eoatemplate the par- hui Imd p l-M in Aeo savs~ a pke at r-ett's Lake sri.
dase of an asesmat to call on or W f Ctlkstatef lf l,., day. wth wae we a eeded. ,
ommunaeaste with the &= before lw f t 2A bpilal traai wise provide, l ev.
asklts a pw araMe. Several other li hre aboqe I d The &t
o th leading 1ass i a pisaos and e risd te Mtsee., amd was
erw saem oae-a es bet, ftere Is. L '
a iftga ta ee ue te at camot T e was 0. as a
be supietd by tdim. Tt He ae d t te 4i
001110y IBM esorW--o at t t"s *ow oft Dea
se Welot Moss 11 66. a- SIX >**t 11114

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BrgItintng. Aril lot we will pat'
our dumarmro'sii,*bf $#per eek'-4
meaai-*hd$4t*4 FIpjIXokets.. t#9A
I ly firetlasseIIp evil? pespect. Tveo
largeMe eltrie fans, IS8mes9hSomfor*fl
Coffee the best.Eethwg
nir~e. Game cooked 1 i o
for sportemmu.

loveldes, Books, Statlo
souvenirs, Sheet Pietuw
and Pktture FrMeIs .

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