Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 19, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01118
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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Tlthe 1tMhbbghee tere was a ttrle expir itol-
A.Mt sor at IB ea. lowed hb -verdl ImtRer oet, and
iJitt hrvq~eat that woios *o $moka elfred *wy 4t w"
l i w ta ro m. P by.* Od tA t tw Aremean had wm a in
t the Tfdi'e soa J5 Thyh are:. e
VndJMhA Iengrega. Omtpsa Joseph Schloss, @f io. So
1 ri letry metod of omWNR.* c3ht in Adebris att's t'e
"Ab Bd d oemn ud thet epil)astIi, aml seriously bukt. He
so fai idet 4dison tmay beI wO taken to a'.hospital.
uteal r (4r A i o4 qr period tha William Alilw.er, a ftire=m, rned
it*W T r-t tuf t-ole by explosion, and hurt by flindag tM
10u4tln T g Ibet Ham- b0r-a tats ,o 'a hopltal. '
SM S"' tl"t a om. ,he buHtMlnas destroyed were the
Ab vsto ,ot We ad- stone Mininag hpply oD1hpeyr.
vtttf ,, liwldnog lthe order of Hook & Callan, blackamlthign;;;
Ms(Oaeago. ',A'Overture ftom the #Rush & ,vans, pattern and model
pitrjry ov Pftri, T'eam., proposes luats; W. A. Watt, Iron and wire
*talda amedirancm' to the constitMu eompay; the Second Hand Oooper-
tiot with a6 iw to Orovlding a mood 4Ageo onpCay.
at 4efain1 orgaMic wton with other Thromeb u thuv fire the firemen
bodlM A d* e or more prewb- fought amldet great danger, nta one
arie sept up Oet looloig to of t* bWpd iBdgs a p uamtity of
approemt 'of t l Oary "ft0* sti*red ab4 la "other
anqveent. T, e *Tolantmlt of a mn, barrel of oil.
aMeemW toY"r yeusag eopl eda Teltoes is estimated at $100,000.
Ond b0ady idooh h id the appeodtat*
meat of a woman's foreign oaldeas 'MTHNERN DEIVLOPMENT.
eontaitte eare seked. her lop+ ie'
try of Port Worth prdly ar r elif MlnMifWsturere' RePrd Rteport y Many
io the miattae, t the aimwtaso l on.- New Undertakings.
itlen of the ohurehe's foretig pts. Bltftore, May 18.-Aoong the in-
dloe work "by rmoring hCe h lga of tereating undertakings In southern
at least a seeuog approval of po. minerals noted during the past week
lyguMy." A overture from Louts- by the Manufacturer' Record. are
ville, Ky., laTInv4 the general Maem- three or four plans for Ow obtaining
bly to meet Ia that city In 1908. It of aIlt. .Amona thore reported is
Is o iertoo that Ohsalotte, N. C., the development tof eposits of alt
Montreat, N. 0., and Houston, Tex., and of sulphur uade 400 aores of
also want he next assembly. An land between Beumont and Pine
overture from the Lexttgton presby. Island, the malt belgl about 15 feet
tery seel to tave oleiJ Inqu ry below the sueMs eot tleS roumd and
nude Into the deese la I he number the 'ulphur from ten tI eleten feet
of inftoat bapt-ed. The Otehita below.
presbytery weats th& Hague peace In the oeld lya1)1g boat 25 mWHo
comferenee e dore4 TOhe m (ern northwest of Crrleelfta, W. Va..
Txsm presbytery ats a direct ref- six producing oil wells bave been
erendum on Che questlo of organic brought In recently, twoa o them with
union. The Alabam symod doelred a capacity of about SO nrerels each a
that the work of ralelng a spelal fund day. The natural gas of West Vir-
of $15.000 to eslme uWmaI lustt. itnia which Is attraetlng g
tute be sanctioned. The TwoUaloof works and other Indsatrtes to the
presbytery a kg for the employment state, &I coming tale greater and
of wthie mlnletre to ihsbr evan- greater demand for by states,,
gelNts among te nUegoe. Many and It Is reported that &a Ohio cam-
overtures were IntrducedeaskIng for, pany will *bulid an 18-laac pipe Mne
tie proper obrervwee of the 400th 161 miles long ao d ue Iag $3,000,-
aaliveraryr of the birth Of JobO (Wl- 000 to pipe West Virglala ng latw
via at 10. Oltasatl.
Will Revolutlenla Treetot. FATAL AFRAY AT MACON.
Atlanta. May 15.-4). (he. Bw. ---.
of the Antl-Tuhberealois of Ment Engage th Fight e Top of Tal
America. and who Is a repelled BvefldI. ,
authority on coann tlom -4 te Mao.., Ge. M l.-4eveaty
Itreatment of the white lage, Ma, fet above the grseud among tae
JW1 4d*e public a remedy wehish t leel beam ofthe hIW Sdeeral build-
bestd to ruwolutlotse (Be bratmet lag ta Maco. ThoBB Ittle, a ta
Ot thie dread aee. I t e a.' More tham 60 years e1 ae., asaslle4
-ttt. of cotona **n ( oo D. M. Bey. a frmsna, 3 yam
Lr oil la the emulsons. Dr. bea of ase. Thurgat aOftemmo. aaok-
as oe* ea perlmeatoam with these' a the victim tes 'the saaetol4~
oItt tar years aad has a*e s Bar. to the ground.' ktitm tlsea.tay.
tale stab" of the use at ettesa The tw en he- o -red ever
wed olIl r cod liver oIl. posesilon of a re f d by Berry I
---- ,i olstas a heavy bes, and while
Wmean tm Paw Mae erM CMrrge. C g a anog tag tol the r t Anr ,
Maes, O .. May 18.-M- i1ae1 Bittle truek him thX terrible loeis
Ireeseg who has bees dotaed Ias the a-4 '4th a- I rod. ) .-


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C4lt Under East River.
NOW TYok. May 18.-,Anothr or
the taanels that are to cotne: tti
Island Of Maamat t with sIjce
territory was aoinally coWp'*
late Thureday when workrmn broke
through the last eraonft rwk and dt
la the M rfth tabs of 4h% Ie!MOB
tanoel, wdbt buas from New T Y
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wo b he f y ftor trained by Au
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pressed the af~ntha"t" tofthes
10W a ap4rebroreeg
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tataportatlon I1w~, amajio 6a a hip
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It I.s mid te WAp~bY Asi A;
zrsurom ftI, tu ufto w at 4 t
,pay the nre m 4l 1 9tarif.emIts ons.POW.
from 1*0 Init *al la*Ao the p ,oin f

arof es..) Te bthc ts~imola, *0164
it, elthat 0W is =
and that the r.IU'osd matpa
a=*. tariff asnil ltli a. Thf
second ruN pg 101Watto tbe 'roeurn Of
a"tray Gehtpnmts.
ldingta~tm soccur,"'sa"s tke CW-
mdleson I'n which, 'troush ,r 6r
evermottt'on 'th pft of S~am*SW g
or emplIoyee, -4-shbpMent 1. billed to
an erx'on eos deutdntiv~sor Ito tue
loaded short of dGestionatIo0oris Par.,
ried by. The 4Mlmrn aon ts of bthe
(JpInlQU tttbt In booafde Ipetanceg of
this kUnd, carrletsm ayr*rtrm astMa
.3$iXalelts to tbeir Proper 4estlnttion
or course wltheutithe asseswueiat of
acdditcimiaIhebkgm anti 'miy arm&$*e
fOr 80q&4 moveMent, 6faucb as Y?
shipments for'e1h Qtbef"Ov MIAtiily
t M~rse to rak wkbouti-the soee-
91 of pnblleh"&t,~e~~si 1m
tariff under whibk would 10&ae."

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To Save Title to 0100,000 Property
on the MiIealappI River,
New Orleane, May 18,-At day-
light Thursday a race down te MiAs-
siklippi river to save the title to the
$100,000 Mislsastppi river quarantine
station, .which the United States gov-
entment ,has agreed to buy from tiWs
/tate. ended at Ponte a LA Hahde,
with a state official ahead of the man
who has claims to this valuable land.
Thursday United 8tateI District At-
torney Howe, la New Orleans, dis-
covered that the' deed to the latd,
laued in 1898 to Ie state hbosd el
neaMth, bad never been riglatered a4
Plnt 4e La TAMa&e, couAty seat Of
Plaquemlue parish, where the nuarI*
enutie station I situated. Plaque-
mine is afflcult to reach, and when
the error was found. It was already
too late to go there by train, so thi
state board of health chartered a tug
and made the run late Thbramy.
Robert H. White, who for several
years haa been pm-eptflm wild lads
nl the lower MIalauIpp delta, is the
man who had a oItai ea tha uara.s
tie property. '

Caepitulahon o h'rtIe Mayer. .
Sa rutemwo. May uT.--r" 01ll
Prtay said: a tifas d o fr-
ward, Bgmeo euft Wli be"/th
ywer d Ban a, lk Y18 M MOa eady.'
He h- cekno*ui-ed t dua 4Caf o.
gmnt to a o sw at int ",a.
rereweatag the ST* O at 4dgaila
owbtuabm ofs1 f Ut. Dumal -1
wifth Fdr e et b tader t
control of whe the Mayer ea
le e to Eftea raser e o4 a la
loft the lnto 4deas by yt'l-b
lit. 1Tae catlatlem af the aterw
I oComplete.

Preesdeut c-- te vrel,
Washtagios. Mky Sl.-i
Wad Mrs. RcoNeveHt, seanais *I
thlir -- Areab*. left W ahi *-
ritay "Wr the loethem ralttWy tt
a ft jaa* TlltoM a-t i .
Va.. Mras. aevelc es aeaatry i


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SqIdlIer Fired Volley at Them as
l'ahey Ran, but Instead of Hitting
the F itihlves, Killed and Wounded
Several Bystanders.
Wdiwaw, Rusiadn Polnud, May i.
A bade of terrorists held up the city
'.0 thi Vistula railroad on
B atrWt. At 10 o'clock Thursday
in lB* ad got away wit h
4 lM a re fight in which four
iVM Wetse killed and nine wound.
41 l Itseoflke was full of people,
St the time, and soldiers were guard.
tSig tCo approwohes, but the terror.
hIts attacked them with revo:vrs,
k~itg" two and injuring four of t.he
gttes4 before they reachol tie pace
where the money was kept.
Thmen anatohngkup a bag, contain.
Ia 156,000, the man ran out of the

The soldiers fired a volley at the
leeing 'errorists, but on;\ sue'eedl.
Oe In hitting some by.taniid. wo
.Of whom Wrere killed and five rtousiy

OOSACKS MAKE ATTACK.

K019d and Wounded Many Persone
Who Were Working in Factory.
Lodt, Rtussa, May IS.--Forty-
fve ocilae and workmen of Kut-
aes' sphtnlng lMlll were sio*: down
Friday -torning by a patrol of Cos.
aaoks, because a band of Terrorists
gletie a. mail vagon in the' neigh-
btrhovod, killing a C-ossack guard and
Wotdlit another Cossack and itwo
pOetoice" coals.
While the wagon was puassng along
Lokowl street, the terrorists sudden-
ly *pieed- trom a siwe ste.,t, et.on
d 1 on the (osseck ewore. setz
$1.000 from the wagon and e caped.
A moment later a patrol of Co. arrived on the scene, and infurNat4
by the fate of their comrades. ruAlnd
Into the Kuttuer factory, which was
near th p ot where the robbery oc-
curred, adi began firing i, n 'W-
lnately, killing fifteen and w'Afdinl
over thirty persons.
The greatest indignation preYSli
'eMr, 1a U IsO' a-ined that the em-
ployeet of the factory had nothing to
do with the' attack on the maid wal1
on oe the g vernent.

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"ad efolently r4preOtfM
virltle- ~wae Proft. P. a. Rolfs,
w)*h a lto president of the sooety;
Prot, A. W.Btair of the Florid expler.-
apW trM Henry Ramiy, S. L.
a o. 0. R. "ills, W. N, WVQon
S e t The t W.ple of Gainte
yo ti thqw sincerely for their
.Sorts Ai tiauiing the horticultural-
itsbto old their next m4eUn here.


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meatd ki blue, which makes
;d Made in three ,sizes.
s. Every stove warranted.
to our nearest agency for


Is the best lamp
nLiY p for all-round
household use.
Stt ow d beatifully nickeled.
~; boa0ehly saf e; unexcelled
Mia pow; a eamment to any room.
mp pwrrutd If not at your dealer's,


JONRVW .I.I HAPPIlIN ....
-m J e1,Ule May 18-4. M. Pickett .4 relatives here nday. 29 and 30th. Everybody is cordiw
Moal l iL b o at o d M arRey visited relatives' hereI Master Milton' Smith xf Newberry, Invited to attend. The good weom
0181 A ia0" t8" at t i It wek. who Is just up from a severe attack of Jonesville are already preparing
e* T.h T.J. W of1 the Fir.st M3&. l3I. A. Tocker of Judson Is here of typhoid fever, is spending a while the dinner, by putting pigs a:nd child
i ch I vlting rlatlsue. here for the benefit of his health] ens in the pen to fatten. They kn<
The ISSa Was laIely attended, W. LU. lckett of Tiger Bay was J. W. Miller of this place has sac-that all preachers like chicken a
ua1ny Wi biu present to py here "lc week visiting his parents, cepted a position -with Tucker & Rol. a number of preachers at, .,pect,
their % la asd teepects. The floral Mr. and Mrs. T% R. Pickett. and bf Newberry.
o0at$'lbu.tte were numerous and Mrs. L. W. Knight and two daugh- Miss Clem Pickett expects to take ore Nipples.
hMad1aoam the eaket being covered. terms of Cadillac visited relatives here; her departure for Ft. White Friday to Any o o.r who has had experikn
A large oourse of sorrowing rel. last week. visit her friends, Miates Nellie and ,with th distressing ailment will
ves anst iends followed the re. Mr. and Mrs. Stalvey of Alachua Pauline Stinchcomb. pleased to know that a cure inay
tel rav toher liti rl iag-plse, and visited the latter's parents here last a The farmers of this section enjoyed Salvea aoon a the child Is do
the rave was covered with flowers. week. a ine May esower today, which was nursing. Wipe it off with a soft cli
The uns, with other friends, deeply Misses Cora and Orlee Hathoox vi. greatly needed. I before allowing the babe to nun
symplthlses with the family in their ited relatives at Tioga Sunday. > The Sunday School Convention will Many trained nurses use this sal
hur pu-bereav"pent. Mrs. 0. H. Smith of Newberry visit- meet with Jone Uill ch June 28th, d results. Fr sale


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To keep up with the values offered here each week.
Our shelves are loaded with dependable bargains
must be converted into mohey.
Each day has some attractive values that will be
trepiely interesting to you.
Take time to note the values, we offer-you will
them as advertised.


GM VALUES IN REAY0-TOMEAR UODS

The best lis Fine Tailored Skirts ever shown in
he lt at from ... ...... ........... .. t
Ih bot bI% Fine Wash Suits-in Lawa, Liaen-Fiaish Sultiup and Po Usa.
*ea---er shown in the oily at from...... .. ....... l | LIt.
SHIRT.WAISTS-4ilk sad White Wash Waist- *A
U,b lMnorum t uf new styles ..... T......T u a
N NWW UNDIRMUSLINS in Gown, Skirts, Corest tl
0o0en. e the Four.Plece Set at ....... 90We .1
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Chiffon Lisse


A s WW as Silk--much wokete good stylee$,
",a of $21


worth We-
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Zephyr Brode
A very prettyy sher table; wes Sie-MCL&L at
Both Mnew uCpety.


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find


See Our
White and Colored


Wash Skirts


$1.25 to $10.00


Splendid


Linen Finish


Skirt, nicely made,
$2.00, Special at


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NEW 'AKDLTTWCTIVE

Curtain Swism as W Is' 1e, I 2We ;
pasO? Plaid mohair-very DOW a Sodb.-
-SPOea S16 yM Y"
Figured Organdces 19e; worth 23!
Fine Val. Lses e 6"insertions.
Fite Memsrin.4g~oLimen Torehj:'i
Children's amd Wlues' Wash D~'~

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~'OU Jpa~ ma. ~b~the *gteoular


agregate cajtal, of1360,00
A00. Te uiakvA hi ue.oo to nq
further ireleved by the abaudorWuz,


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The SW

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order for
*ben bod.'
compolm
Tte blUs
,a of $570,000,
jp for the
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A9qsch known quullyto out
4for
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Vai W-b. a stmego mi


Sthe Univ@W, *P' V~ oN -
tilsage of P06r4Pt re e ry la i ry w
road t roa rtds bi Ye Ws ,, t e e
order in the SOb"e Cmmaa n ,
onW hat la 1w6 capa /
ty bill approptil
i.ON i toreimburse o '
expended on for r2e tst7
sand buildings, iV I D S l
and the report ie as
,f the possibility of San i A
school there, bt tot m, *t an
id or supervision. pany
onlous debate no the oue
th Sams printing bit. Ph as e
has been much tM'ee$ _d -.
intimation of secret d*
andcaucusesto Influence le -W DESIGNS ON KAISER'S LIFE.
and the lie bas been pe6 d -
dly. the lp Wl Thought to Have Been an Attempt
o of extra session are our- To Kill German Emperer. *
owing to theunfinished leslat Bermln, May 18.-According to the
If.ore the Legislature. Mittag Zetung, ,what may have been
0 Senate and Houae a dorned an attempt to shoot the Kapso, in the
I onday. The Sfena beginni n4ghborhoodi of Welsbaden, was
will hold night taeae eis. mado. at
icoer ___ h USome one fired a revolver itt a
NE PHOSPHATE 1S eOOD. high power automobile running be-
stween villages of EhreneAelm and
0, Shows Up Well t onid LLand Hammershelin bu the bullet passed
harmlessly over the headsrof the oc-
'Owners Are Jubilant. I o of
O cupants. Ten minutes later the kal-
't Holder of Alachqs was among as's car passed.m
i who spent Saturday in aines- It i assumed that the person who
1i'l fired tbhe hot mistook the first,auto-
will be remembered that there mobif for that of his majesty. A
I discovery of phospatan upon reward has been offered for the dis-
hads of Mr. Holder and other cover of the shooter.
Newnansville a few wqeka ago,
created quite a senastId. A Relief from Rheumatlc Pains.
was brought to th city and .t suffered with rheumatiam for
and showed a per cuntage o etwo ye r," says Mr. Rolland
Carr, a patrolman, of Key West.
the discovery of this phoiAphte iO drinmtlaw t settled in my
n that ecto knees ad lamed me so I could hardly
ly increased in price jumping walk, at other times It would be in
e instance from $12.50 to $150 my feet and honds a I ncapaO
EL1 o Ac a w taed for duty. One nI ht when I
people of Alachua and Newwas in severe pain and lame from it
e are jubilant over the pro-ny wife went to the drug store here
as it is believed the O qIners and came back with a bottle of Cham-
roty will either conduct beran Pain Balm. I was rubbed
Or lease the lands to opemtors. with t and found the pain bad nearly
event the plants will be ne during the night. I kept on
which will mean a great using It for a little meI than two
Commercially for that emotion. weeks and found that it drove the
lscR.'Sr N OW e A arheumaism away. I have not had
SECKER'8 NARROW BCAPL any trouble from that dolaeaa for over
Three months." For sale by all drug.
i oCollision With Oil SteuMer a tL p
Few Days Ago.. '
SA Becker, chief officer of the Limited Armamente.
Payorna of the Ward uLe Rome, -May I.-rareign Minister,
1*4n New York, Calf n lttouI in the course of his state-
tha 1it thrilling ex, rleoe meot in the charmer of deputies On
na &",cape f troi m deafti a l the attriutde of Italy at the coming
Ys azaording to fthe utor. p e conference at the Hague, s-1
r', orti tr toth tha t the ltaan government was to
,. leerf to vMr r woft he lmitati on of armament
Pker stat. that hi. DaM ad would even takee par I diOus-
--th l hon of hbe question at the Hague.
o'. collided with an oil but te goermnent agrel with the
Sof the coast of ~1 Austro-Cermnan vie on the subject
badly damad ti al hbavuse of difficulty in ending a prac-
Sut to mp, a" M* t Mr de al acceptable solution of the prob-
Sheroic effort to ep lem involved.
i. Until she rea"ed Ntew. --
l t va* "** *j a o t fr W ,00 Is Burned in Wtage Coach.
S wLos Argeles, COaI.. May 17.-A
Do0 n%, wAS IaWrde but story bad jujt reached here of the sc-
a or all to WMM ard eldental buraing of a stage coach In


1--The seemeB o paied. The sta is mwpposed t'
| .b tSS-e6 tha eaunbt fire froet a cigar which
I' nce 13 wheaZ e* tiv*r. Ed Love, was emnok1rp.






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Swomaen who by taldak
getable CompoM
Semped aerions operates
wtW. sathat..N.Y. she wit .
kham's Vegetable Oompoumd1
fle trouble and I wish o
idntmmly for two years 19
4 was a burden to my fal.
ryrelief and constantly obJ
i undergo. I deolded to
ared me of the terrible trouble
. e been for many year."
Sever woman to try4y-
'Invltatioa to Women
1 female weakasee are Invited tU
Sat i Lnn, Mam. From the
wind eedtke aquekest tod suest


of other concerns with an aggresated
capital of $100,00000. Tis has b
necessitated the ,anceling of lare er-j
ders of machlenry, mots. of wtilob,
were placed In the" United States.
The .lapanie government has also
declined :o sanctlon the construction
at not Ihss than thirty electrlo rail-
ways on the ground that to great the
charters for these lnes would be op-
posed no the gverament's poley of
state ownership.
From Toklo comes word that Me
loan of $10,000,000 to be sought
in England to asmat It carrying out a.
scheme of harbor lmarovement, estU-
mated 'o cost $3,000,000.
The lieyord Oboo Coo, of 'Ibklo,
publishes newI that Marquis hto e
expected to resign s 6realdent gem*
eral of Kures. and Oount KaFzurm ay
follow him. The Japanse ppers
may Marquis Ito has lost the couiS-
deuce of the emperor. The paper
adds t.hst Marquis Ito' policy in Ko.
rea has been regarded as too gentle
by the military of J pan, and that ,
his succc sor will probably handle
Korea without lOVtes.
Toklo p pers report Ohat a large
shipment of asam floon from San
Francisco. Imported at Nagasaki by I
a Rus~ian, has been shipped to Kam-
tchatka on a 03rman steamer for
use of revoluttolatis.
Decrease In axpertatlon.
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wasnington, May I8.--4ontunue j
decrease in the exportation of canned Capital...... ....... ,........... 4100,000 o0 ,
beef is shown tp a statement issued durpus ...... ... ........... 0 0000
by the bureau of statlstles of the do-
partment of coaImeroe and labor Pr.- Interest Paid on Savings Aceoounat ad erttleates of Depolt. All BuloIft,
day. The f ting off in this trade TrMese ? PAptly. (i
Is not conf lined to any one country/ R. I. TATLOUR. ashOle.
but -Is general. The exports of the -. . . .... .. .., ,+
canned beef for April last amounted
and f"t.""dounG. S. MERCHANTT&COO.
to 89J,i;,7 pounds, against 4,121,000
pounds in the same month of last year ..
and for the ten months eating with aRetlem and io bbe a t
April the exportat ons showed by 13,.
032.703 pounds, against 56,730,871
during a s~inlan period lat year. tapl 0 r F 0y8 0G o

,.,r ha aid sold S tla andd FfirtIIwB s
'If you suffr &M Rheuiqn or1
pains, for d) s ow UimflatSPITTH SIDE SQVAR XW 1U .
will bring relet. It Is a sure Highes" market prie pWd or hOblkens. ggs af tthe Prat ee
cure for Sprains, Rheumatism. Con *
tmcted Musclee and ail paws-ead A Oumplete seosh of hayt, 0% 06 flur, Bi 269 Meal, O"Uon eAs"
within the aeh of all. Poe 16o, and Bri. We handle il the RY Bi $ g soed at 0 LOW
S$1.00. 000 t. miltha. Taha, Tx., &rT PRIO an uaarnse uatlsastloon alwa
write: "I have sed Ballarde' now
Liniment I Al7 laly for yeam and
have found A a Smn rne dy for all 1.
pains and a4oe I recommend it for
nains the chest. Sold by W. M. H T T C J &
""---"" H~u- UFDUTTONCO
Refuses Another Election.
Montgomery. Al., May ll.--I is
announced that lr, 'rhoma M. Ow-
en, who is serving his wcw4 term as O.
commander in hier ot the United
Sons of Conrtl.roie Veteraes. will A-- "D DALUIS DIN--
under no teiru i'ances atlow h i
name to 'be presented for another
ec"on at theComing Sea Isalan Cotton
Richmenoni. While he Is toro l.
In love with the work, be flafn tW ...
self so ove, wbtInted with ofilcal and3
personal obUlKa,;,n, t lat he can e _Do a s ers".bbakle... t M Waa 6 11 0910"" sa
longer give tlb time ueceeeary to it. D1' se t fthts,5ipi55iAnliV5W s ads p tel0 H
The -io a oe el .boo ..... .... .. _M .-, .M ..... ee 4
..........ee es e a wemor Ue bmIIoe / o Ises iaeeinl oUs
1,000 Witness Corner Stone Laid. ieesibleMletIIs0e @ VIM
Daruesville. (:.. May l.--hro i*
day was one -'f thei bigget days Is
the history of Itarn-'vllle. At least
3,000 vhlitors ** ) rent to wit-
nl,5 ee r...*r tteneo nf th d
laying of the cG:,, xg :o. of the s ith
District Aarku 'o eollge, and to
partake of tbe .t prred in the114
sbape of a War '-- :1r, ;,ared by the
citizens of tOe c'y .. A commain1lty.
New York, l:,y Ib-T ak bas been If You Ri I ured.,
revived, ooernirg ,:ie % of nlater- .. I ..,.
UatIOsal lawt te, n atUbeg bet(nt mi a le, maw tI lom
thie wouot ,:.'untry v l Gret, WR.el 'eMo Cos ta
Br&tala, d4 arats are given e Lsse .14
thA et a raetts*fl will be
k- for so" t'n Augu" of a"t You Are As8u
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r~mi~dCh~amrlsai's C-ughI The SeaboarjA Air LUneannn
he Ovi..m *IY Kmobtz.gir, Cumqg, Om srvioi ro"amestAu lftlid
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vas rpWwheever she bs i.4 RIWehmA a.Va:. and rtrn maocoodnt of,
4 w owas two aai ie atalc-*kUton sale AMu 26
id dbas Aes a mo*thap I cmfatds 528, gg 35 Mb.The 111 bobCrd
6, j C&OW W el !sI. but 'I 4tw.Iewptes doubledit ly gerviofroto
0 -1 1 lsIs Oeugh Rmedy and w* asuipo, jaftmboawhmand a004 Forida
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kamror return
sfroniPorts
trip rates fror~ son
tp points in Fl.
71. Apopka... 16.7,
Orlando .. 16-.;
,,. .' Dade CItN ... 01
t 14.001 Plant City... 175
14.651 Tampf......
15.4561 Manatee.... 1
I* 15.161 Palmetto.... iS
**..*.. 15.75j Bradentown, 18.50
.*.** 18.5 S 8arasota .... 18.7
ales .... 18.TO)
Wtb l th rates are announce
ofederate Veterans they
a opam itd the public.
M Snboard ha issued a very
6tl aid1 expensive folder de.
.111011: to this occasion. Co>p.
1r A, fbId.w and other inform.
'i '"lied on applicatio
lr agen t or to
S8. 0. BOYLSTON, Jr.
A00steal Passenger Agent,
Jacksonville, Fla.
-- er- employees Strike.
.$ t Ake, "Utah, May I -six
h'g,;lt loyees of those IUne
a companies copper and
,l ,.terg at Bingham Juncton,
1" Okaqopt Monday because the c,..
S0Ct WId them a flat raise of ;o
taattis y.
NUN AM POWERLESS
S w A ll mst Dime, rvlf,,x Tey
at the Umderlytasg Caur.
To treat Dandruff. and Fallirg iHir,
with trritant. or oils on wh.'h a ra
1tiq germ will prosper. Is like .1, *
Watg from the ocean to prevent t!:, .a
*rom risat.
YeT qnaot sacomplish 'rt
We pthout bhaying a right l!r I r I, '.
,w qof the fundamental caui< .
trouble ,
Ton must kill the Dandruff rn
nowbro's Herplcide doeq ti t
Wpla&ly made to do that vr
When thq .wermn Is rm' -
ta5 no heCol*o* .ut to r
growth sad beauty.
"D.troy the cause y, i t
pol4 by lsainxt drugrist '
stamps for sample to T!I -l
Detromit, Mich
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Tkea WeK Su"aim aS aig
Paper, publIokW00"
oa" md 'otatakUUall ftI,,
Wk S*te 5a and pSCE04
P, Nustge free, to auf JqIK~
oCWIS.for p.ooS1Wf'
pwrIigbills bmWofi
,f~ ofadvetiftmisUt, "0
tin o ntrut. ftrtiSS. so
F reured to pay fcrad"
p.AddtSU, Tax Do


bother objection to
| trips to urlopl win" W
Si that passengerS I. I*
| to boust of having em .,
st on the way over.
1le only trouble, in Moatenegro if
rud, is that the Prinal .is try'
Sernde the constitution. My, 11i
O we Americanms lod4 ftlu
Sa little thing like that
tst Illinois club woma wbho is
rely crtitclsing the PreidMt's
r on race suicide, is ly to get
elf elected a member of th e"an-
rable eltisens' association."

'aymond," who is reortlg the
Oeial situation for The Chicago
AHne, appears to be nmaklztae mis-
0 of interviewing people who aft
on the Government pay. rol..
6l. Watterson says, "the President
p overworked Judge Taft' a a ian
0i work. ma4e him too much of a
lhnd-carry,"' and thinks that Mr.
Ivelt's enemies may see "a 410V
1g In this." Perhaps Mr. 'Roose.
I h merely assisting his fat friend'
"ont" and train down ft the race.
o special delivery postage stamps
1e ? needed after the first of next
to insure immediate delivery of
ter Pursuant to an act of the
!pssiou of Congress, Postmaster-
ral Meyer has Issued an order
ft and after July 1 next, if there
Mtsched to any letter or paCkage
'ilI matter 10 cents' Worth of
aps of any denomination, with the
MS ip'cial delivery written or
oni tho envelope or covering,
lotion to the postage required tor
l1 delivery, the article will be
Sas if it bore the regulation
iv de>lvery stamp.
Lo -: .-... 4
tor N-wlands has announced
P t1 ,\ President will be a
ocra (Icalled at the White
ie i. ..a to talk over railroad
ti:h e President, he and
L-i': i in decided syw
ht. ti,2. .t, though politlal
SAr', hils Visit, he tlM
, -iendents that be
S cities, but that he
r P '* predloU that
!'. .*-nated and elect-
S .. iat the Republicaus
ni. good 'lan, prob-
the Preadet, but
l th. e party waI di-
S, ".,(I not elect a shertg

rb.ston has reelptly
S J, '!rida and 41 aS
P ..,.a ,'.at in every seeOtta
,rveve"
Sf. ~r Prosapere ai ty
*Ama, roh are S om d,
S ri ,r.s are now low!
A : kt, M O W a r- r
P t+r. b, somea. Mr. i

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days thatoi
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0 *.y- u *f or aWo .
it tb A"
.lyBiK^ ..~M y.r. It w u5 w5 bered that
geat there was l 60da *OboliBing th
i lead- ttice on June of 3 present ye
are srld the rest 4 'r mone reoad'
Sfa iiioh m it. ThetW follows:
,.1i11, .i- the m "e "Iit is hereby ordw d, to enable the a
'Legisature of the tpte of Florlda
Se ltte a to comply with Seotio 1221, U. S.
byJa=e"G 8& ne"decor. fft Tised Statutes,, that 1*e abolition a
follow: .' the office of U. 8. S rveyor-Gene
Ifltor ot may optalo 'of Plorida be and the same is herebt
a iie ehast rytal a postponed to t 80. 1 .
ritl'eatt reIaon 1 the prL~e -THIODORM ROOSBVBii '
6i ialt tprt to dQ effectively "The Whit Howse, iay 4, 10
.eace problem. Its restraints
~Satfe ,e the. dominant race Awe are'able to manuactre
SdeainC -with the foles of more that our own people can 6OP
t'i iterior, while the mialonary I sme at present igh prices, the tras
pin6rit of Crltiulaty should uae the are compelled to Mell their surplh
wise to become the teachers of the abroad in competition with go&
i I |made by "the pauper labor of wr
T apre ,lois Identical in detail To prevent this wntair competition all
ad sest tiet with the views this the European government, except
Patr ha advanced for many months, England, have ancrealed their ta&r
and M the support of which it has en- rates, so there is danger that, in the
lst the enthusiastic Indorsement of near future w will have an unsal-
0any of the moat prominent religious able surplus of manufactured good


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on hand for which it s impossible
to find a market except at a lose,
That condition *11l naturally lead to
a shutting down of factories here or
at least running them on shorter timq,
which will be equivalent to reducea.
wages. Now many of our manufat
turers have alraIdy urged tariff re-
duction so as to e foreign ountrtle
to reciprocate by lowering their
tariff rates against our products,, but
the Republican' party being controlled
by trust inflnquces refuses to con-
sider tariff revielon as It would re
duce their profits on their products
sold in the United States. Are the
standpatters to be forever protected
at the expense of Yveryone else?

The Publishers' Pres says: "A
newspaper is In no sense a child of
charity. It earns over every dollar
it receives, and ft Is second to no en-
terprise in cpqtrlbutlng to the up-
building of a community. Its patrons
reap far more benefits from its
pages than its publishers, and In call-
iWg for the support of- the community
in which it i.-; published, it asks for no
more than in l tfairness belong to
It, though generally it receives lees.
Patronise and help your paper as you,
would aily pther enterprise because
it belps you find not it an act of char-

ity. -6 ..

WORMS
Asuret i ithM Pbox of U-iwu --y-w
VBodio aasitM, "h&4d .'0 "Fy- ai ,
squirming, tloft me. Jud1 Pw o i
C*ly bhe fliAY w about tile samAe 660








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WMO~af*ew. ur ,-1 -1,, ,e') b"r M,
IWMe lesdy Cu., Chleao eM N.Y.
AMAiUmiE, TEN MIU.O1 MS


CAPUDINE
QURES $?** bs=
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II. id lof t l 4 P & I L".Nil.
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i4n secular leaders of the South.
After th doctriaire has aired his
0ooss War4e and the demagogue
Ate Inlendiary suggetlions, the cheer
"cOt remains that religion-true,
w4rkfdays religion-i the only rem.
sed we have not applied to a situ&-
tion for which studied neglect and
peOltial agitation have both proven
sovaels failures.
The Chrstian code, applied in good
altat, without reservation or hypocra-
6y, Amns th ultimate elimination of
misunderstanding, hostility and dis-
trust-the thrqe factors which breed
and feed race prejudice. What is it
that Christianity-all religion, for that
matter-teaches? Toleration, pa-
tence, sympathy, the mutual helping
land, It is no theorizing; it is mere
logic as inevitable as the sunrise,' to
assert that where these principles are
conscientiously observed as thb basis
of Ithe relation between the two races,
friction, animosity ahd their sinister
aftermaths are deprived of further
room for existence.
If, as. the report states, the "mis-
sionary spirit .of Christianity" la
brought into play with regard to the
11,000,00 negroes in this country as
systematically and intelligently as in
the case of tle Chinese or other sub-.
Jects toward' bhih it reaches Its be-
nign doctrines.ithe solution of a prob-
lem which hasen the most inseruta-
ble in' American history must be re-
duced simply to a question of patience
and time.
The churches have not given the
negro and his peculiar needs the in-
tent study and attention that they
have to the heathen over seas. Per-
haps the very nearness and obvious-
ness of the problem have caused it
to be negleosed-we cannot believe it
is fear of its ramifications and its
formidable proportions.
Herein lies the great historical op-
portunity lor the Southern churches.
Are they willing to undertake a task
which has in it the certainest of ser-
vice, not alone to any entire nation.
uat, above all, to the Omnipotence
that is the vitality of all religious be-
liefs.-Atlanta Constitution.
Congressman J. Sloat Fasset of Now
York says: "I cannot see any way
for the President to escape being re-
nominated uext year." Is the Presl-
dent looking very diligently for a way
of escaae?
Secretary Taft's mother does not
wish her son to make the Presidential
campaign. Still, it might be the mak-
tng of the boy.

StAIM or OesO. Prrv or TFOLUDO. ,
LocAs CorTr -
frank J. Cheey makos oath that
he Is senior partner of the Arm of
PI. J. CheMey & Co.. doing bsinesx
t t"I City of Toedo. County and
glit s aoreMi, ad that said firm will
wr the se om One Huadred Dollars
r ea aad e y easie of Catarrb
f" eanot bea e by the ne of
lxANK J. MouNT.
wire to o -. sad bcr lbed
gy uypre this 6th day of De
"- A. D. U..
-A W. V. .OLAlaON.
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Confederate Yeterans' Reunion


Richmond, Ya.,


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ThOket on sale daiy from ay 1U to $ 040b
elusive. late for this occasion is 018.76 frmS
Jaksonville ~ r the-round trip, or vrt f one
- ce0t a mite for distance traveled, with oo*"ponc
ingly low rates from all points, Extenio of,
'limit to July 6th can be obtained by depodftig
ticket with Special Agent and payment of Afty
cents at time of deposit.
For full information and Ph lmau reservation
write or call on FRANK .0. BOYL6TON, DistricCt
Paaenger Agent, Atlantic Coat ine, Jackson!
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4@|Pei O as ea a" much of it bhas etlaWy died out

B t *f u J^*^iTo Ta Mt Washlif(gton.
I- Wwhilutte, y 18-'Ie refli*os
Sl iwat ^iri^ ~ad q eustioatl ampolatita' bas teen isl
Blted to -L "is st' general con.
mention wV6 pletso li P-brusry.
1908, lt tMSa ty.' Thil action was
de nte rmiad at a conference hen
B IIIIS -- Q*L ,WiyiD -- .0li ,v k\ A,,
S. ,,A. 1eal t m' berM of th4
SaducOatfl l Ssestatlon and Heany C.
m or oterfo 0., pre ofent a
16 idthe t OeMW G4e otional assoclatioe.
tf: ou d", "a"N a e C, .*van Years.
New YTork, May 1S.-Anlra lIuh
DeMassy, popalarly known as this
S se Herbie Barosees de MaUyad, recently-. o.-
t ltt Thte victed lhavt aot @ ad killed On .-
pes$tlTve tave BlmaO, a Broadway thirtwalx
opepeia, Ma. m~nufaturer, was Thurfday son-
i Yte eompanlate. tended to serve seven yuars and ave
u. T W !, wrtes: months la the state's prison for wo-
SW' tlg q men at Auburn.
M Wmitleia W sables Gi ven Away.
tpw o^a, tatetm d New Orleans, May ,1.-fifty.
li b arto y tumily." eight bables m d children, under ser-
M en years of age, from New York
--aritable Institution, se eta 1s*a.
y.irp t Is Planned.' dributed In New Orleans and Louisl.
| uram. 'AU., May 17.-M'. sas. The tbatreu aw one of me.
e, of ith frm of Loveman, eral oontigUMOetS t1 t'o state. A
o oo0b. who lift for Murope, trainload carrying about 100 oldmdre
Pe his departure said that it arrived her two weeks ao.
o b ong before's te.-story
r wudi be erected In the Georgia Odd allows to Mobt.
i4atenret e tabtsbhment con- O(lumbus, Ga., May 18.-The
hisb frm, and wbich Is oner IStd lodge of the Gergia Odd Fel-
tiry g oft houses la the lows will meet In this city seat Wed-
mes ay, the nad ftaMt, for a three
days' seilo. Proalnet Odd Fel-
Vefts Ging to Rlohmendt. lows from al parts the ate acn
t, G(<,,, May 17.---Cam from ether states are esxpctd to be
p~Ited Qoutd4erate yeter- I a teBdas. A the am time
9tl4Sdto travel to the re- the Dauhters o~. f the Raebed s will
b via the bantral heM their state eoveo Mo here.
Ae o Air. Ue .
-,g I to Atlat. About 25 Negro Oharged with Aesauit.
Solr a l e ietheifrlends D Decatur, Ata., May 1--TOm ole-
Ves t Will coapMs the 3ty. an, a nepo. wea atrr eatid -
1 0 day eight by ShMrt TM U'.p9,
,, In ~l charged with attempt asMU on
noI ea wajca Mbart bnM. two white laMes, Miasmes B. W.
S4V7 o vr, e0. ear and F. B. WMItaas, who wire
I palp ta 1 the heart, driving on a country wad. 0 *M-
bbooiL. be-defiha ither m* erable feeling is arooed.
IM g Ibti Sialm's King Gelng to Paris.
h allm. t is Mag ts et MBlan, May 15.--Te ktag ot SMa
haa arrived here ca his way u Paris.
A a the me -a----eR,
truatmet will ei 0 thei Prtty GCIe.
R 0We bottle. ai W. K. A certain elderly lady was la a Ibti
____________ __ good position and lived la M at1 tho
..t a suburbs tf a large towa. Qba'mOr*
|REVI|e\" s e wnt to her botelo with a
^Bg *t RE VI aniat wit wtods.n kewW. Se
f ^^ tSITORES V n| 4ahm sah ll saved them--that they
'. ihad b Wee w'li!g'l to her as taland
B 4 tit abe had brought them to iesi',
7 1HalBtt weight back again ia meet? Is
Sthege a anU bold enoug to eart seMI
I Of far?
Hpe the mea, ussee at d ma
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S~be to data.. iss ifSalMp ot vark4*tb~n by tbom of
f" w" ecbpoa$020. It Wtouh4 be difftcvlt, for In-
WOW "WW tirwky tafets finA4 a wom ON* them th
v~t zdfoltowft.g A& oMlduan am* WrO ea
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OhlieRPU m -4m" m his .taaq. ho e,4remJ b~ogb mwto5
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butth wuu aw regrowtab
wag afand d VI igilkAWi W ae ise a lis
a 0e strqKt.skwa w a hy view. e&at
4. uviling out t~ ip .il d sail,-MW
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9 L ft.5& Abestastet of Title and fall Ittforms~oatiou'lumbed regarding Ifd' 1
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RoJI1e~'I~eis athoroughly eonversaawswill th Mies~.
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mItisafstiod aesar renting is nmum.srof iirimizent Amerlemaaai English companies.
utoed. Oall ndI A)-?PTATZ AND OITY -lOANS.
RLsea designs before Gi .mwv-L11e Flo=rida
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J, A.. CARLIB~t,
ATTORNEY AT LAW fi i NOV R3BS.&LIZWG38 3MJL03M "WEZ2.

Real Estat, oveyiselg saud GoaJ 3aclisonville and NeW Yor1k,
eara) hasle.. All business promtj Calng ast CHARLESTON. S. C., both way..
attended 69. Oseie next door go I, %
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Tkursdayc,8:80 p. m. Returning. 1save Seuatrd, MonldsMe
FE3RDINAND BA____ ___ Wednesdayas ad Fridays. 80 a. vs.
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Lt s of H igher
^ o^^^ppropriadthibi
or a nies aunde r '**V 'f *'*

far sthe Sena

teaph b BU1W
the morning s*elssa
s, 5s, tr pmSA H tY f at A
Cpt mesAges. May ttea'
Soppoed the s blU f lt
te MacWllllams' PusS
Scopanie uinderl 0 WAO
hd commission. In tMi -O
the second of the telob ph
l relating to non-dellaWy or ie
went through wtlth p4 "aily
discuion. A great part t the at-
di0on was also consumed the-tS de-
to on the street-car tf4W hdL The
was indeflnltely postpoed. ,
0 souse passed the tU-lobby bill
ld he appropriation bill. fo hAige
the appropriation R 'Ir the
er education.
The number of special d 'bmils
both houses are s nc AM mt. d4ly.
The House refused to. ocuMW
the Adams amendeM t to t]he
se bill, which increa d the ay
county school boards to *6 per dy,
the Senate receded Otram Ia
aendmeut, and the bill, as8 t4i0a*.
Introduced, providing for ah In
|use to $4 a day, will become a law
iken signed by the Governor. ,
SThe new drainage bill by Mr. Crane
Hlllsborough is said to poases
SADy advantages over the Aft of
305. i'he bill will be special order
b the Senate next ThursdAy.
SENATE PROCKEDINGSIL


The Senate was called to order at
:30 a. m. President Harris in the
ir and a quorum present.
Only one new bill was ntrodued
the regular order.
Message from the House of Rep.
ativea'were considered ad bills
general nature referred to proper
mittees.
House bill No. 513, by Mr.' Kllgate-
lating the hunting of wR4 Same
Sumter county, read first tme.'On
otlon of Senator Baker, rules were
1h1d. bill read second time by title
third time iu full .and pased* 24

hIy permission the following' ne'
l was introduced:
Senate bill No. 418, by Mr. Mo-
Oery--Prohlbitlng the use of log
r l- with certain exceptions, on,
roads In the State.
S& nate concurrent resoiutioh No. 16
Stable subjectt to call was withdrawn
.!r. Cone, and Senate bill No. 878
*kquring state to deed to Lake
r. certain property and $15.000.
substitted in its preferred plaes
the calendar.
.,n SStephen R. Malory, United
&', Senator. was invited to a ent
S t d of the president ad -was
1 with applause as he asceoded
fO lfrtrnlln
'. l,,r for the special orders
ikthu arrived. <.nate bill No. 8W6, by
Sl"lblltt, on visiting tate 1oin
A as called. uMtora's
and Massey otb) o
lr;-*oi ..(,, at this timea pd mitui
hi0 'uld h, praStecd. ar
a' thought the delay right e
"thl(- hill on ecunt o f tfe
11,4 d 'd ,, diti, n, of
g rm1,lit1tni of the lanmdar.
bill was readi tt b tje,:
.'''rriiatol forn Untarraty
flda tf., Florida IPrOnWbli fdhi
I !t.:I, for" Bliod, a
b itid th., Colored Naorms a seel
ldir,. it eabodyt a 1 .
oir.*d by Senmagr A i

Ani muadfe specbj Ad e h
at 11:: ,
1%4 bill NIo. 171, Fby Mr.-


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'renetre af n 0(C0xt1
dertblos wt t r the
ag*s$ an
i>yes t receive any measg teu
t It or So any of .It eont
ipes, together with toe usno
for the transmlm on oa ae
ma are usually reaelved to
ipMtlon, during the Uremal hour
| **tek messages are. reoca id a
0o.a Otbc or place for transmit n t
th destination to which the
so etused is addressed, md/to prIs
qclbe a rule of evidence in Action t
ebover same, was read in full th4
tlrd ti0n
bs8leautoukman moved that thi
illU and House bill no 66 on similar
Uleat matter, and House bill No. 331
extendian powers of railroad commit
alan in this direction, be made a spe
olal order for aext Thursday at 3:3(
p.m. Senators Beard and Broome ob
Jeoted to. any further delay in the
consideration of these telegraph
blUs ad !Senator Girardeau also o
ejected to postponement. A roll al
was demanded on the motion to
make the thfee bills a special order
for Tulday at 8:380.-
In explain his vote Senator Mo
Creary said The was in favor of
strengthening the hands of the rail
road commission In every way.
Senators Adams and Johnson to4k
the same view.
The motion was lost by a vote of
18 to 17 and the Senate then proceed.
ed to, the further- consideration of
House bill No. 68.
The bill was ten placed upon its
final passage and passed upon roll
ca by vote of 18 to 11, with one pair
announced, making the total vote 19
to i.
A message was received from the
Governor, transmitting the report of
the special committee to select a
camp site. Message and accompanying
report was ordered spread upon the
Journal, and referred to the commit-
tee on military affairs.
Senate adjourned until 4 p. m.


Afternoon Se *on.
The afternoon session of the*Sen-
ate was called to order at 4 p. m.
President Harris in the chair and a
quorum present.
House bill No. 30, by Mr. Reese of
Escambia, known am the oar-fender
bill, was Indefinitely postponed by a
vote of 24 to 1.
Senator Clark offered Senate resolu-
tion No. 56-Providing that after
Monday no member speak longer than
10 minutes on the same question an:
less otherwise ordered. Resolution
was adopted. ".
Senate then proceeded to 4mosider.
action of bills on third reading and


ae .., ,
" E'.'erm'eillhoufd take a tonic-i: the Spring; their systm:s require it;. 7th1l0d has
* become tO 8id sluggish with-the accumulations -left in tihe s-stmin from ite
d iiputire aft 'rsed roons and vewrheatcd buildings; thl heavr, rich foods of l'utter
, .;ea.on, etc.,(t 4when thisvi$al flid is aroused and stirred to qi,, r action by tUr
a ofi partner* either, these waste shatters and poisons are distribliu:- thr mn'h the ci
h to act depres ingly and injuiOusly on the system. The blood being ini this unnatA
r impure condition is unable to furnish- the body with th~proper a'uount, or fnourish
* streiilth, and the system sitfers from debi';iy, weakuiess, ucrvoU'ness, iutLgestion,
o appcL- ', and many other unpleasant symptoms of a disordered blood cilcu';,tion. .
e The depleted system muat have assistance; it needs : tonic :Ind it is inpotant that
. pro:cr one be selected. When the health is in this disordered condition it is not st
o take it: known coacoctions, sarnaparillas,etc., a
e I:ca:,.C they usually contain ..-potash or oan 'e ha ; It simply c,.nnt^ be i,,prvoet ,upon atM
itbc'r .srong mineral ingredients which 'act remedy to purify and enron :the blood I and to lt.viigor|
ts t. ,- i1 ir t .wic 'c and tone up the sstem. T'tii sprinm my blood was
S':tf:" ,,'bly and often dangerously on the and I was rin down li health, and having seen 70
,r'ill-d*,vn*, weakened system, at a.time when medicine highly advertLsed I conneuoed Its use 'T
S. my blood is In fine conclittn and my general health IM
i. it uce;.; gentle and natural stimulation to the bstL. Am SUl'.ag powttlon as firiman for a large *i
- irc.' i.ff th(e im urities and reuperate its 'orn here, and IfI was not i ggoo I physical condition
i would be impossible for me to i the place. Your 8. ,.
;nst c,'ergy. A great deal U being said has bemn of greit service to me and I do not hositat O
Stse, tys about living close to nature, and stat the credit deserves. WM. F. VAN DY ,
s .. i 815 Fifth St., rSaver Fallas, Penn
Sit is mTre applicable to medicines,'perhaps,
S :.ta :1.n thing else. Nature has provided remedy for all the ills of mankind, and medics M
1 :.:d 1ro m nature's vegetation. act better in every way'than do tLie strong mineral mfixtu
,, l:&A: :. r the products of the chemist's o~ apothecary's shop.
'i '.e greatest of all tonics is S. S, S. It is made entirely of the roots, herbs and bar
. ,. tc ,re:.ts and fields, selected fortheir purifying and health restoring qualities; and
t ; .not conitin the slightest trace of mineral in any form it is especially adapted fot
* ":'.' remedy, one that is absolutely safe for young or old. S. S S. acts directly,
:;, ,,A. ridding it of any and all impurities and poisons, and restoring the lost prope
,f :..... natritive strength so thatit is enabled to supply to the system the heathful, in
crati:i. energy needed to pass this trying season of the year. Its action is the most prom
om .." '" pleasant and satisfactory of all toni
$,3 en FOR PR nOOF and blood purifiers, and those who a
m u I run rH U r beginung to feel the need o1 a med
T- S S w N T~i N.r cine to fortify the system against t
.I S.M o SOe unpleasant conditions that come
Spring, will do well to commence its
PU ELY VEYE'TABOLE at once. It will not only tone up t
System, but will remove any taptt
humor that may be in the blood and thus pevnt an outbreak of Ecsetna, Tetter, Salt Rh
or other rh or eruption of the skin. & retoW lost meergy, nlievu that all woru
tired feeling, quletj the nerves, helps the appetite and Imparts a relish for food, and in i
way adds tone anuf vigor to the entire system, and prepares it for the depressing
months that are to follow.
: In selecting our tonic for this yar do not be led intobelieving that othe are "
good," but get 5. S ., T' M IWT Af AML VfA sand one that for more
forty years a been recognized as such. It is Natur's tonic, absolutely pure aMd sa
reliable in every way. 6. 8. S is for sale at all i 1rstclass drug stores.
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a. m. Senate adjourned.


at 10:80


NOUS5O PROCKSDING&.


The Hwse of Repreatmes was
called to order by the ae at 9.
a. m.;: roll call; quorum prtenat
Prayer by chaplain.
Reotlatons, Orlando District Co-;
ference M. E. Church. South. favoring


Mr. Wells offered an amendment
against allowing by the bill the ex-
tension of corporate limits. Mr.
Wells and Mr. Pettigrew supported
the amendment. Adopted by two.
thirds vote. The roll was called on
the ial passage of the bill, yeas 65,
nays, It. Lost.
MNsages from the Senate were
rue and the bills referred to the


House bill No. 66, by Mr Baggtt of State prohibitiou and endorsing the roper committees.
lhcambla-To fix a penalty and other Hamphr-Is and Hooker bills, we Senate bill No. 414 by Mr. M oreary
liabilities upon any telegraph eorn.o A relating to transfer surplus s0'aad
pafiy owning or operating a telegraph M0olWt g of State convention Usl- lbMture fund to otert funds; Muansd,
line or lines wholly or partly Is this ld DSlVhers of Confederacy, ae Under smspeaneon of gesm,
State and engaged in the tramnasmisson lg eret~is of Olustee monument at After considerable diseetoma the
of messages for a consideatiom, fwi Lake OCit, read and spread oe jow. Moema refused to one0ar got"e $Bo
the negligence or failure Immedlately al aaudment to the Daily O st
to transmit and deliver to the adiree. latroduttlon of Mft. ag out $4 per day ai mW ig tiA
see any message received by It or any By Mr. Carter of Alachua-ProMb. ompensatlo of ,embte eagsehe
of its agents or employes for trans. IlUng ane log or lever hearts on hatrd M$rds 6 per day, H O i of Mr.'
Allsion, and to fix a rule of evidence sortfaed lradw, with certain *e s o lht of Colombia, second by Mr.
ta actions to recover same, was read tl .,
Ia full with amendments adopted. By Mr. Doke of labua--RelaI ise0 Q. h eoin .
S6ator Beard, by unailmous ea- to tasx at Hosm jolt lt 11i
sent, offered amendment that setlon By M*-. eeples of radford-RIeat Mr. Crawetwd ofp.
relative to delivery of messages be hag to 0ifte and cattle stealing.
applicable only to incorporated cities By Mr SWigbt of C trs-ot l o,.r 3amateadin Mv t
a w towns; adopted eg ISl n atimn In counties by MOt slp for tuly0, mi nu t. WS tJh
On roll call the bill was passed by hsmur .Som panes. etoma very finally, ssg -W i
a vote of 1 to 10. By Mr,. Vol of Holma-Casce m ..usom ry .rhd
M&msgm from the Hose were thmi "om. O Pal ora l .M cr.tlRa. lMr. iabotr s rn fi -" i1
unsdered ad referswe to bills *ade t B MeCleiae o rtwcate s .qu o. marlsus vm
to prper eoualmttess. ProbAtm Sunday trains. a re toIs 1 timnSa k t o g pp
Udier waiver of rule. House bill By Mr. ImeClenlla otf wanom ths. Mr. Crawf d
No. 5tl, by Mr. Long of Clay-Provid-, impWvfW domestic amals I s
iag for eease for b Uting wild tur- By Mr.IDorman of S euwM o-tst 0SMM Al h i ~llito e
key or quail i Clay cowty, was read latlg ~scord of cottoa ales. It 0 4
*wond time by title, third time in full RepeIts rW commlttse Weere eelav. A
ad p uase, 22 to 1 od a l At t aftrM t te
t1f Ie t esl er OWr. M ds eve *to0 0 = d
S* on s-eeome ad- a d wl leN h t
Sy pjV erpts the following new Mr. WHlm of Hermllatn etw d e Hto mes -
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ar steW f4M byrMr. Jackam- Ho me 449byMA. M r Ow.-
T grehatM aL fatte o t co- lasg to fe abeo O Mr. rrt ie t
tret b e t W uir eIpNnes." .wa el"y wpaaes 'A ae d'l ,f. .

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A. R. Harpera. s l
business trip to
[ was for sale or'
to 0.. W. co069Kl
watch tor te tha e4 Wj.
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Wanted-Two ared t pi* tiW Wt
Apply b gady ot. 10
Maln street .t r.
ir. and Mrs. O.t on tW1W*
to Terre Alta, W. Vao whe rf
Swill spend the o sUepti, O
ecy lf-hose fora men .n ti.e
Wr shades and ato to ,that
't help being popular. L. C. Smlth.
Jat kuantiniae gUL1 watch,
her of case 1511245, selMwi moe
t. Return to Sun and, et wurd.
Wm. Tapscott of Baltitll, I
ting the B. F. Bond Pape C00-
ty, was In the city yefrMday, and
MCalesm.n wanted to l to groopesa
ists anod confectionerd; $100 per
th and expenses. Califoreia de 1 r
Extract Co., St. Lousl, Mo.
There is no article of food more nu-
I or healthful than Argo Ied
mon. As a brain and m ple butild-
r t is far ahead of beet or other
.W. A. Sparks and two Interdistin
le daughters, MIsses Maidl and
e, were in the city from MomteoohaO
Mterday and made The Suan a garee-
le call.
|Mrb. C A. liddon and little da -
SFrances, have returned to their
ee in Ocala, after a pleasant visit
Sthe former's daughter, U J. M.
l, Jr., in this city .
A Hernandez has returned the
after an absence of -Vrl
,th, and will resume hti pp otlon
Cigar niakr with the L a Matoa
o rnwany. He it cosaldWd We
th. ,n-st cigar makers Is thibate,
kit (; w. iHyde Comn havee a
PtPe advertien af t tI Sd t I sue
WhI e attentIionI of "ppeeive


her i ignited. Tthe ae of-
5. rtadyto.weau. p d c,
t at pay to lnveas t h. Resd
a. d1 and art ancordi.gly.
Th 8" itd in receipt of a a inYlta-
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A deliw :uA ,Well ,as a
tabie 0tt0imon was spent 1
Sthe T hwe 0a 2 O Club last I
drs. A. Ly WILo W.it
lit5day afternoon A .the re ldenoe 0.0_ _ _
street. Afte u lsiness
followingg was c ed
I, In a most taativue a ,nner.I
L.C. Snith eIn leader tpr th t O
mPI S olo .........Mrs.
I, = II Rdin.g *................ NDAY w place
1^-^^^ r I Vo.I ocal $Oka. ==.' M34l i 1"..X 4 t,^-+ e 0e
Talk on "11ie o0 aniad",. Mo ttent of Plain
st0,ew.--l. ,. oe-. 8 A*4 Organdies ever
m msa"Te at f ....mMr ors 8 cal price oe-you
l I, ^^^Piano Solo.......Miss ClaA Pag 'I m .
Delicious retreshments of Bp e y
SIsysle typewriter for sale. Ap- and cake were served by the hg. I Ic P
1O ,assisted by others, .
ypar"twtlnent us" in our The Club meetings are always
= Ka kTr thorough ly. efabed by the members ee frO
IMsal Tim.e Cook of Ocala is visiting and the afternoon spent so pleasastl y
e9 in te city for a few day. with Mrs. ister was no exception. O* V
th pto, d.tat.on at j w. tImM of Jfern, Ohio. M ONEYI
lawt .ioM all at Thw Sun offhewo has been sond irthe past tsif ts__
I'r "V *1-Two Clyde Line tUckets, months in thiselty, The Sun an
J tako e to New York and return. agreeable call yestare ys eayin his We have seoUA
Ipy at this office, name as a subscriber to The Sun. Mr. the celebrated M<04
I S FW +ale-A new 11-room'house; a Gleason, who sl seventy years of e ard guaranteed Or
ieioo ants' houen and one acre does not look it, dis as oUIy as he y d guaranteed or
lotApply to P o. Bo 211. la active. He traveled a ea t The regular pric
Mome toot-wear for hot weather: deal, and dedame that Gaine.sille I $1.75 per yard all oV
6 dainty Boudoir sUpper$ in We the best pla and Galnesville people
bWfietan sad brown. L. 0. Smith. the best pqie ans whole, he ha have decided, in oW
i v i =--_ ,.-- t o everr met. .e e*ects to return ear lY the lk in this octio
av yo. r sItonry printed atTh in the fall, sad Will remain here ork th
-. a ble I several months.Iet will leave for his
/ eed at. home tomorrow. I $.'
It to easy to fit and please a. fUd- After ca s s,% rules a ., for the so0
.us w .ma or Ml. with a line of= lce succeee i artist amlan las t
tie and Oxford uch s with a line ot In t, rather ll with light hair, who
dkch as we ha. e in wA weariln a plr of Walk- Over shoe
t'ck L. C- -o on his feet # Ad a satisfied expression Come to Fee US.
.or Sale-White hetlnd pony. on his face. There nothing like the bigeet but it is the b
harness and bugy. Quiet, for chil- Walk-Over i~ha Hyde & Tench.
drezi to ride or drive. Apply H. Miss Ly. Bowe as returned
Ramsey, N Gainesville, P Ifrom lartow, whet she has oT rs.
The Alaska Packers' Association frl es t the' past fe*
give the heartiest pportto P days.. UPon a was s
food Laws, and wrantee their prod- companied y Misses Datney Lewis
tuots to meet al i'qurements. and Tonanlt Lee Wison, who will be 1 1 FAMILY LKAV .
One of the problems of te agie Is her guests for a few days. RO R FAMILY LAV
how to keep %a boy In shoes. Bring Suit Club.-1 a weeh-8 weks- Mr. Reger WIll Oe to Georgia, Where
your boy to us-we will fit him with lb of h wk one ge Hopes to Regal Heath
a shoe that wears. LU,C. Sm th, Intoll uoIf. d of M week enery usa No. liH e's. t. B. orw sad
Have 'ou learned that success' in in the elub ha. a new sut. Fror Pet ohlldrw left atueday momt qr
cake making depends largely on get- ileolare see Bernhardt & Diets, The Tahc han-e where Mrs. Roger. and
ttng the veg nest extracts? If not, Tallort. < the oaldren will remain with rel.
tth exin Bu .e n will rtemRn with rol!
try next ft thl e ne Blue Ribbon- -- tives. Mr. Rogers expects to pro
lemon and vanli. ond to Georgia. where he will remain
Funny, lapn' ( -ualht falls but don't for soe time as a guest of relatives.
break--ad 44 breaks, but doesuat A Mr. Rowers wh is pastor of the
fall. But day or nlght Hyde First Baptist Charoh In this city and
Tench re the reoognised bhoe leaders. a very popui r ma,. m only ametdb
The biggest stock In Middle Florid. o his oongregation, but with the general
CLOSING olhT SALE-intire Stock o public, has had a succession of mis-
of MIIInery Absolutely nothing held fortunes. prinelpal among which has
back. Everything must go and go bees has rapidly failing health for the
NOW. Sale to continue until entire past year. Hie congregation deslon*
stock is gone. Mrs. F. T. McCormick. strated the highest regard by vottig
For stomach trouble, biloeu se to give him a six-months' lave of ab-
and constipation try Chamb0elan' I II M with the hope that a chaai
Stomach and Liver Tablets of elmate and the rest woid pre
teenarkale cures have bqeo att belolal to him sad t atl
by tem. PrDce et t G neral aa llhy health. '
Fe. or sale hy all drissts. 1)0 06j1ft l M DXW M s. R.B has re.lati "
Attention is diretod to te Iad Ve Talahassee wher she Will t'emsI
eU-nnt of the A. R. I'rpul"'a"'"'wit the b e w her h d" "
Oompany, which appear thU issu Ins DU81i10UDB will reuera Inegia.
In half-ge torm. Thie firm I of-' brieade hod that Mr,. Rog *
tertng some fne bargalns on leading return fully recorded, for he is ip.
pianos, which it will pay those Inter- predicated as a pastor ao 6 1ai
ested to investigate. here.
Fire on Friday destroyed the rect. Heer to aoleeeM,
fylnag plant owned by C. W. Chase We 1It H es opr s u liie.
and madnged by Mr. Wllsmson" te 1 Untst of... upo two itiasm of Oethilt,
a het a mile north of the city. The wlih a oo t I
. was a total one, as the oee im hem
t fi re was far dlptant from the cty itlrha Or.igt, Metor ofi ty i
Ilrant, s-no water could be *e- ,e ia r n. a Wr o f lgl a
ewtrt _pmrlnet ehrbMe ata IaMftr of


We arbowSedge a fratenal call "Umtar iolyo Thafulty ehur, ge m as
hPolu r -raedo the clever Farmers L-. the g rI
travelmso esetatIys of The Pack- -F
oor,aw urtal publshNed ini New .crnraatior eni at wth will ernegmi 1s 3*sAds
Tort hr ~k IS o91 the producers
I ruts sad dC The Packer s I Th e P 0004 @I abh ft o-m
recognbod, SWLeding Jour-law as" -a*Now,
Watd t"-Mm to Is" MAWer trade. Usa. .
Waeral dam"d hr ors; to%
woebo doom hi *I l ceM- 3 4 wi t
wofl Orn-l b .III demcm0 ptree Oremit a Uge
S I *nova IN IN I u"s I Jorlon
psuctookss. sad 040Ms;d mmas ksofo
BMW, Barber OsAint bM Gaft .or a m ftUStas l of 3d I
hrblater =@" ON Ad ft o., ~ i, a~ w n .
b" C. A. __ __ __0&d i
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ed the sole agency of
Oy-back 8Uils-every
our money back.
e of the best grade is
er the world, but we
ler to INTRODUCE
n, to make the price.

per yard
ath of May.

Our store is not the
eit in this section.

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The Continent
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30-1imolug April lot we will po
oat sommur et se of $A Po ferwe
wol*'-suid $4 irsAd g 110e. 1i
It first-ohm sIn over? re:Pect.0
large WeeseWfint. tans, Iaurfg600100
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