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 21, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01120
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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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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New York, K"Ma4.' *a*uS. Vail
s"o and lasutuagM"01, Sad an-
other Woulnd" as u t of a row
growintaxWt me als1"Ilow s's
Mrike Is RObOM MVuI6W deades
ams was Ram MOMR. a Won"s-
mas 160 himselfW"enow$ waft1
idias lgarvest, 6La Dh~a Vt vvomt
Y"beesto about X pan g" ils
W14 to have been eq 14by 6ado
teative agenys fem40 the docks
halted by the stfte ve. 'V alw.
ovity socep"1ed Iy agsft "af
'4 SOf~ of crw iAngSM "Ion beduy
bG WOn taken to a pislise elalga


Athkals, May 30e-4U 0* ~
*16T 5'ia of tie ONvOma eqo
lie HW atoo aow" aluegda-
us a sol bets, vU00 Wd
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lathe. of l* easB eoma4udlal or-
ada ntof tG e city. a m, e of
htigan4 the,omimittee eas
asi a leveslasUoa into t. coo-n
tw4f the pop"e departmM aMi wil
Su1 eateyd the soovpe Its ac
tow Ahter branches of tre mninl-
4u1ea mnt. Its pobet is to
a tbor10ough inquiry iut e con-
t6%* .ht exiset la vario a
o1 ^r 4tty govebsilent abG make
hub kuaages la persoanel att'deth-
oe a shall be judged neceaso ry..
"We held Mayor St hmW11 written
roiae t carry out the hep pad
tu O of the t coimmitr lo ad-
the affairs of the eity,"
aid'*r. W. Vae Steklen. a member
a. the omittee oto seven.
has Dot redgaed.
astD* are *
*neIe.f 1( w emaad4.tbh.reaWBpT
0, the h1et of pt a or e ay.,cogeee
aierwk br ayi al eompaated with the
i ty obeot 'ie miat remove those
wom we deoigat or 6o back on his
wvittes pmlatse. The only hold we
have on ila is his promise. fN he
dieiardsa that, we can do nothtng,
t'I believe be will do anything the
committee asks. I believe that hbe
Is not only willing, but anxious to do
what we weat.""
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aboebf la t in at e At shout th
samp %liOe ptlQbly, th Arlst eonvnt
1o%0 of the aortherI dlocee e ,Iwl
held. Te tnesdatco the general
to IUhto to ihvted, .ad tr "lW
tEioa wo tin eagse of GeoMga,
iwtbch .waU voted Pday, wlHl be rat-
IM.od Itpdatiy thereafter or as-
mon as orgaal uton of ~be 40ocene
e eeted. the aoithern dicese
be elective.
Shooting Ocouri In a Odf.
Atlanta, May SB. _CbarotaI that
be was hk wfth an empty w iky
bottle, M. P. Lydi, a bartender oft
tIIdaY alWtbAot W. H. Path, a
'aloo ast. ts the left breast wbitle
;Mading la ite Globe salon on DBrad
street. Te real oasne of the teoet-
11a, t is 4egd. / la the resl or
BOm r nt arreW that *t oAde
by tohe Voce in wiich Ly fituied.
Pali e.ltbough Very sorousty wound-
ed, was never neomsolous and talk-
ed freely about the matter whlHelowa1-
tog Lor the ambulance. The tten-
dants at the Infirmary state that the
saloonlst is seriously wounded but will
not die. _
One Hundrdth Anniversary.
MIHedgetltle, Oa., May 0.--4'e
city of Miledeivte is making e)ab-,.


oraetetgslane atr Ce m Sand Theithe
an* t Oesp ow vdTelp e-handreb analvequai'ycithe first
meesfti of the Wawal *5euha y of
Sindlugh, Aft. *0Umy P-M t SOGeorat, lk nvs e e
t r01r InR~t *ft th
o*enangoft4hf W d i y's se Of icapltglof the o &te. 1%6 -helebra-
heW Ptos nthe Unit. ties ismse fo
Qev1kates o~ tal est Rued will -be held U s AM OS 'W"
clves wwoere m4 by IRev. H. W. at1*"*1 o 004M vu
Hoon, of am aas Tex. det- IUpcollege, wose tmb b a Mrs
ebyD PiOfCUM- old capitol builng.
nefle, Ala.. Raft. It. uckef Ova- I
ham,a Of re ylfe, II.. and Rev. J. Called to Le"eAsa Pas e.
P. swe ,st MW Toz. Atlata, Aay a.-Aw. G. Welter
Maderat" ,Hqwwsf 0001the 10-Gauque, a gerde t ote the
lowing tigwam 4UNA Ad(0IuU. Ir dse i.of Aftsigm t Th% As
0.: "The poefM btwy, hbox bs hed cdto fte pate-
PresbyterianM ah Isssllo08101At 011- aMW ot Ue. Vk* pp~~o
Iambus, 0., visa kwmftal Wesumai mbrof Lakiell -arI LI. '
to the matlowalaussi* of tue PM- asumm dge of eWe aer ea
bitetoran chwr'in**. Vatted stw $ft qgM sjuan. t6O teag ge-
ta sesson"ml Ala~. SwS.er a *a*hstow be wa. s
apheiam. (bulNOWrand tar-I1 *o, s ~ r 00 9"
Meath ver e"I ipr pngbew so -being4to
ThetelegaM w VAN woodby ma- v ep 6e 44 ater, pa,-.
lien 11eary 11bbwin, federawItsr L Ise 60 wvX~tlv of bb WEOnusis
inIPtuel WretfeiaWO Ns0d i 4 10- ._
puc rm lw 0 ftds uortate 1A I
R. j r tAg woAN.., May U.-W
Weeten vow"u T"ReNOWs. PMboa rSWO-Me jury Is
my an9..4%ay II- an tu se a *WW&MM"V. 3.
reurns cCthe0 W0001. 1MVbh5I"Sbr W" was s. laded here di
gi~pk05SQ ~ P1we*r. ftgA"ellby tI-amy Lb e Xw-
Osaaptreller OuAs. w O:i4 he Lsi. upe, tm
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ty ta 040M skaw00".114111.of wob plavie*** &M *ahiN. He
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two is las erai of about,00, Of It M )A.C4 S. at (3yt*& WNiW
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pwbiiakn Sate C-nvention
': to adorso U. S. S a:r.

WILt T ON THE 6th OF JUN

f:.H vs Will, it Is Said, Be Grit,
i00 Ct COnvention's Acton, g,
-1 1ea Will Regard It as an n.
nt of His, Policies.
, Ch0i90D, May 20.-A d;ep-r,. q
6e Trbmae from WasTin ,., D. c.
.ited tt Senator P::eler C,
OXi' to be b endorsed by it(,V Repub.
lIsaa si e oonvantion of ,t.!,y.vi.
l hA mdWeets on June c, as th
"o4mr the 0Keystone S:a:, fr p'~,.
M,. A *BUeCuion to Tni;.>
This nYwa reached WashintoL Fri.
#ay adJ# known to the p pe:.djt,
,Th resoitditou naming Mr. Ki..x vig
present him to the country as t; nma
W o met completelyy fnihut:s the do.
Mas ,'for a succesmr to M r. Roow.
Wit, 'Wbn wll take no bhxkward stq
itdh the present administiatlo
11and0.
eat' a be said authoritait.'y tAs
TsR~eent Roosevelt will express grait
sa tio n ovW the action of the coe
etUoat iemnUse he will reYa.rd it
An *dorOement of his policies. Setna
tor Kak was attorney general in Mr.
Roosevet's oablnet, and iniitated t6l
Northern Becurities and ofier cu
whith have reflected credit upon tb
ado0slatt4ron and, nioreier, h
-" 1in the passage of legis:,etio
whtb the president de-lired.
SOUTH PROVES A HERO.

Sevenen*Yar-Old Boy Loses L
In Saving that of Brother.
DllA, Ga., May 20.--Huie htrr
the 14-year-cMd on of J. (;. S:arr, a
this city, wds crushed to l.ath by tb
Southern vestibuled train from At
lants, on a trestle here Filda In tin
preeae .of his mother, and just i
'after a ILeol effort, ne pitched h1l
Mttle brothW to safety.
/ Starr ad his mother we*'.+ -aN
itong the track, accomn, ,.iptl
young Starr's little brother. Ilt
ad Just crossed the tre'tl., w
they 'ar the approaching t.aW
ltarr' oked back and saw tt& tt
t Q to had dropped bebihtnd and
Abe Idtt ace out on die s ru a*igI back, he seized the litt'
41( La is arm-s and ma,'
operate aert to carry him 1.
the trala wres upon hbim. y n'm 9
9IteSe4 the ittle boy to aty "
t that MMgMat waA crui(l1 to d0
WbaMelf. Ms body was mnSed
road reaoglBtloa.
Tte Mtse boy had his arm rh
Sby the tall, but his itj ",
Sat t to be serious.


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U b a' of the traw cdew
Ua~S an, %.*, o-r ,

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tat A'Iwrhis wt at
mOfi Jmr do What
~ peemed ,pwrilbululy

4, Osot'. the speaker
ilOtusiatlyair tMW rsi
Sof tI hown*7, statung
n" Ies ot
g~~V 40tin rr bac
~Wl omet~:His advice

to6.ha the privlyme and

ONly o~moqnt, but xtrme.
SPi 14iisptsl'*. Dr.Craig.
pibbably the youngeqt or.
~~~i ~lbwI lrda 1i.00orfho
"W fiost Imaterly
1i$it4lfiag his subject in a
ist~etn~ ndImpremuive
M1s 4d"rops-ppon this oc.
I *s so.*qe~lo, ad was ap-

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churlc, followed by the doxology and
benedictioon.
The~ others were Masters Gibbs
Chesnut, John Benuett, Thomas Dean,
Alphegs DaCosta, Hardy Jarvis and
Cla i Evans, all students of the
eighth parade. .
Cemmenement Kxercl se.
The commencement exercises, which
will be 'held at the auditorium of the
school on Friday evening. the 24th
Inst., promise to be among the most
interesting ever seen here. The pro.
grant. which hai already appeared in
The Bin, will be published agilu in
due time.

SaUtiful RSasutle...
lie it resolved that whereas our
ileaaenly Father, by lls wisdom and
meray, has taken unto btWmelf the
sweet spirit of our sister sad oo.-wrk-
or. Mrs. Mianiq L. 0l ., that we,
the Rocky Point Sunday school. take
this means to tender our' Sysamthy
and love to the bereaved one. Our
Sunday school will ales her sweet
presence and g emte ways each un.
day, and it is with heartflt sorrow
we view her empty place.
she. was a true and loving wife,
a perfectly devoted petbr, and a
true Chriftlan. The phalag of her
dear spirit is only a sad remiader t
some day. somewhere, we tooa"ll
bp called, and may wo all be a pre.
pavAd for the sumaons as ear sister.
The beautitul Christian fte whelh she
lived while here will be an example
to the loved ones left, sad also to
gft owtaW friends.
May that seMtlr mother's love. and
VWO Christian lfe, be a bright sta
4to IM the footsteps oI the 4ear
A& aod children to the throea
I Ift further resolved that a eWp
of theeO resotltou be seat t Mr.
Q. A, ~qOMo. the beresav4d ku
ans ao %o GOateevilleo t*
ST. M M'DOKAL, Supt
nL N CsOWNn **lOy.

Rocky PtOP% Ma r.I


ysr baby? "mw "W hey ON%
e sadhi Ye gSM
b e hus ve wra" ad
tev btate' W ~ a m l-


ouhthe .I LS I's lti
CO( thI vit.a.1Tl'~ 1Ir
P~et roperly,' 2urijh ti.
SYnaPtOms Of Mua-,ial, sucfo
peite. derangcIT ig'stio1
Isa affecting ev~*Part 0
EA chronic bta.te '
ku the blood becOll fu
msad Ulcers, boils aU
s fItsut fro an1~ r
the blood inSUhk"
a trou'gh the i 'a.
0 103d Poisons. 'aji
i t~heblood of thi ec;jI u
189Le0 that in steld ()f
Mint the syste~,11 itI').'
bAbling it to resist
Itd up and fV:'ath
na of Malaria.lrn
the prompt an 0, Y~tr
Ait ItWith con fvl tii
in harinful a7?cr,
riedesired r t
PW CO ATLrrAGA.


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white N, a ete
nlMht by Shuti 'unilell *poq ltwara
tons .6eltb kje m the authorities t-l
Bulloo oooaty, Georgia, and 16 that
omnty fe i have to plead to a
chirg of larceny after trust.
Shewif enaell knew nothing ot the
pasricularu or specifications of the
cherp other tan that he had receive*
ed IOnt it to place the man, un.
der arosk a"d hold him, sRbct to
IAshri aves tl states that he ex-
perlemned difficulty or no teiste
oeae wht'er In qpprehbeodln and
amtestlng Ston, .ho ao n
himt to Jia ,ith apparent w of"e0s.
The thftis in Ge orgia have
been l0otiqed, and at officer o etpeet-
eg for the Wnsn today. Me4nwhile, his
faml ill remain on their little
fafnt sear town.

eTo Ou Friends and Patrdna.
Having, dclded to lose our bank-
ing departu'it, to takj effect June
16th, 1907. we wish to express our
heartfelt thaukl for thet past llbef
patronage and for the many evidences
of favor and confidence which we have
received, and also to make known our
regrets at severing a business con.
nection which has now extended over
a period of more than 35 years, dur-
ing which time we have ftomed a
most sincere friendship for these
many friends and patrols who have
remained with us during all, or a part
of this time.
All cheeks for deposits will be paid
without interruption. All time cert-
loates of deposits, bearing Inereet,
will be redeemed'on presentatlo= and
Inaetet paid, in full, to the date of
presentation. Very sincerely,
H. F. DU'WON & COMPANY,
May 18. 1907.. GalnevilUe, Fla.

Woodmen's Circle.
The Woodmen's Circle, Auxiliary of
the Woodmen of the World, will meet
Thursday night, the 23rd, at the Ma-
sonic hall. Lot every member be
present, for it may be the last time
our organizer, Mrs. &B A, White, will
meet with us. A SOVEREIGN.
eergia Firemen Organeil.
Cedartown, Ga., May o.-C. C.,
Buna. Jr.. of Cedartowa, was eletc-
ed prutudeant and aks"smlnly, of
Diton. secretary sa treasurer of
the Georgia reMam's assonlaUop.
which oraulse4 PIdty uttSht.

Tesnuaii ls toiy
TMule Ml Inm Suspect it
now Te *WOT o6.
Vill a bottle or comuaMS11aW. with yo u
water and let it Lasud twewty-four hours;
astdii euntorset,
tliugi:Ml icateson
unhealthy con.
Sedition ,t [he kid-
neys; i f it stains
)your men it is
evidteo-e of kid-
ney trouble-: too
reU t d 'aire
Sto pUo, it or'aimi
alpso eouiilli11 proof tbt the kidneys
aMld blalder are out of arider.
Wthat te te
There is cntfort in the kn<'wledte al
dt : rxi r d.l, that Dr. Kilimer'e
wamuip-Koot, the realt kclt, rmedy,
fulfillts everv wish nctteg "t'..matls.
pain in the bck, kidnev liv", bladder
tand eery part of the ttrituar y ~sge.
It atd .ltlItug pAit in pssing **, or bel
effects following use of lquv. wiee or
beer, and ocrcoe that un'.tsanlt *i*-
ceesit'- of being eosa(slld t. go often
Iturin1 the dAv, antI *le "
theetxrwiary eff1t auatRe t
bsoon rermliai. It stream the highest
for is -mo4erful cass o tile moat dti-
tretWinx 1(0. If y ge Ied a tedtlK ae
S tva sin; hav Uh Imb So.l, by dg
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arawi from a fountain the every proportion is
&Wlot~tt* right. Whre *very ingredient is
sutolaticalip measured out there is no chance
fc%'oazreileubneuXbcliri IN Delicious, it re-
frebesdadlbvigorate *ad mase posble drawing on reserved
ttuigt wihot lows or Ia~.-Th.fe se o ma cheap imitations,
MAulasemCrown LAbe sd soeto'
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dern who wS in th t n Mron Cuntle, nd ly 8 Vegable Co ~nd me lofl the tereriUble
t. appeared upon t wei Ptpa ohartern Bilpelld to have a load of I at pow I better b ee w for many years."
eove in and. ,bird-shot pked t of hiTls side.sl: d o b ae wh y wo tA try L
5, dodging unIMdST b 4 The statemeattof thore who should g Pinkham's aviation to W men
ioe li t h men A be in posehsloe to know I to t he Woome safe rlfrom r weaknesaUu invited to
Pg figure of two m e. L i elect tht Obta. Gordon and Hector commnalate with r. J A o
story goes thm t t 'u Jackson, the man who was wounded, give, the tuble My Nt. .a. q6ui4 sand arest
r accosted In by prt m, but rae. corn in an oldt te d.LOW.
0nd ang who recently for their pe Matthew ve the author d rd. ter brother of
h Then Springs to work ar* e t Charles, came Up"s the scene, when IAs& G*AAM. PresidentR N. TuAs.. fthiks
ia a-. whe t awar of wordi passed between Jim "o. W. S i Vin.-Preldents La GRA u. Ames. COasie t,
tne beforth e l my Mh. Ity to wit* Om pany and, but Hector intocomet ,lv ....w. 1 1 I
preparing for m% .. he r suddenly strok the c er brother i FIi U 1
Stated ht thM b wa over the head t A't stick, dassig T
around the inityo were he w lhim for an amt. Instantly it is 0W G X 3I X E..a.











l duringtl thie motel at 9 The bl Indnely postponed FOh OU READl. | O" \
stain CALr ER HAD'NO thrtlyfilled liquortJack-....UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY..

as he by a umlmoEC vote WI S ndken. The fact a........ ... ... ......... ..
or two in the shadofe een-MOove R or Browd t Lthat Hectorn Had lt b s"boose" n Dla UPI *... 20,000 00










wen t upon edtheb lporchI l rnt
t any pr able lastilt which elle If theisreckless any doubt In you r mind ret Pad on Savingt of DXAeposit IAll u .3
be offered. DO d Th M S eote y forwn IX to rise to the tow f his head, and h Trassed Pr pty.
the Greekslwhose reAvantapof MsMnss proceeded to p"e the job up with R.. . TAYWLO ( e. asit F
fo reign, owinge b -g Oa shot-gun, cooveslently near. ,The
be learned,MOTH U Io of contents of o both brels of thble fire.
ao a thccent of LAND GRABB votER KNOCKED OUT ple which ded with bir W. Coum lM E RC H A NTd C O





















pn proh ed l ,, o f ttoro'/r to I "1 M PC tee with every dotha lady
er shot took o re t His "Purely Local" ill, See he king to g effect in d 'JaIiMns side.ei and obe to.
e househoa re h anod Aolanta Pe.hr'k Wife Dlee. the Gordon managed t g t away, when
e meantime th .e husband of Swipe M r Chunks from l neighbors summoe l Dr. Clyde Carter.
ily, who was in the be 4L at amd Marion Counties, indefinitely who dressed the wounds and left thetl ga nd F n c g g











e. appeared upon t some Postpone d-Charter Bill ignod victim in aBs good condition as cou
Sbrick-bat, which proved very be ex ted under o the crou tance. Su tf t imam I.J IW I EM












Ie. as it was well directed and Sc td boTr he "'
oiteac.. Taait Rl 8Js^ ss. eec, May 20.-Th M. iHeGordon membrarrestd b .sbal
mne of the men in the face. Tallssee, May 20.-The House Arnow in the vicinity of the o board SOUTS BIDE SQUARE. 1 .1 GAINEAVILLS. ?LOKI
managed to make their escape, bill of Mr. Will of tLevy, seekingto Air Line depot at daylight Monda- Sighees mahes r A p eM for ChIeas. E sad other ud a
but Officer Aruow was noti- annex a strip of Alachua and Marion faiu
arrested them an hour laterCOUntiscameUPthism ngorning. He was arraign bere
erestlaed in prison, bou l finale pasage, uhiothe mayor's edirt upop a charge of A Complse enoeo of N COorn, to fl4 r ar Neale, CoMson oed Me
bond and were released for their Speaker Matthews gave the author discharging fieoarmsdieci is s PRIOW gusreasee fat=esfi alwa OWe
ce before the mayor Mon, ati' portuplty to withdraw It, but beingsturned dver to the county
Ing. he Qhsedig when budge Carter pro.
the hour arrived for trial the cee to ore Will in a terri inte yourde own l l T Ur
Kho was hit by the br.ik was manner tor Introducing the bill and wit hI om
so intensely that he wa an. adyanotag It to its third reading when
Is appear. and the cases were he was Ill in bed.
until this mosting at 9 The bill was indefinitely postponed FOR OUR READERS. I1.IN
by a unanimous vote.T-
Greks cannot pk a word To Prove That y Wi Cure C.
b. hence theiro ein'On.GainesvilleChartebistarrh, Every Reader of The Gaines-
hey ill be merbl. It I signed the bill amending the charter Guarantee.
thek-l will be enabled to y .t
b the court through their l in.ofOnesville. If there is any doubt in your mind -AND DEALERS IN-
this mraring The Senate voted down t t the power pf Hy-omei, the medi-
billr e belstedated ora" air treatment, to cure all ca- &-m 61 -A- -A-


-v,- ieg Outto. ie tWU rstaf two hra rMr, your MOW throat and Imlpi,
fra irm. W&heI"- b et heI* air like that c m 0B
irsetlls$ o lsm*m Psfed GtGailman o1 comi M U dt mountains hW W^ above the sea level. F ?Oft Catus
Dkt elL if lTmrtYi where grew bimIc trees a plea ts.
c LIpID f r i y whieh pwrity be air with their wela.
Bt. O pPay -. h e ore a -, You Are Assured .
1' ,, ,, n
*t 0e a batk robb s from the Mrst ase of Hy-omel. Oad Nt egg_ __
May 2w-ll'ati. g a bawl of teMS ced w t mawy days' tr tamB

..,A" Isewel, b .-!, ,"m,-youhae fotda iOdWN



FiriIt d".
laeae bes SeSa l fiv s .c p a lA









s trouble.
restless..
m braced I


fl, 7."


the PSA'
-'Uc
A1116 S


after
nd itI


' V4


4'" saved me
agood medicine
1o. I$1 bottles.
S e MedcaiAd.
if-fH. Ad4dre:
J-17


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ilto h


- V.


U." y b


Ilk Igor" N~
fit,. Oi. rare, J
60, 14 of*so*,
btA AGY sOW 606
I" TIMe taei"
bY thued '
do. WpkW@U Iw


A '. i 1


E- I 1 ft tmao"-
Sof ater. After

1'ltd xttbt of
iAwt Cordu, i

kh should be eoa-
bt reported to
iro*aes that re-


ow b Udft D"ad fkstruOP
IM~. OW, wezmtmlatWs partsNo
m I A e bImLO.


be gtven


j.a .-Atiaauc rial~rct
Mi$ ~atno~eg.wp~OA tto
weorIsa q sr &gcjWjit j bd track
it being lisd at, the rftte c m

.ti Contailed ol t3.wonr*
ki* York, mal **be wlllQ


'. ice'Pre!.4dent o C teb ql.~.
WServkc tm- raolzoad, Just AM'* ~Pyo"Wo. 19
a ak-lI wrlitten oil a DOWebead a~ XtA las
t~I~tbat the heir to bon't thirty words. Ift evve7
h.esbld Is 8'. thing to Jhis WNowi. *0'~t~i~t4*t*
t ati curW to eatdii*t.to be vwastb$100'O9
g~s~I*~~ ar.'The dow.was ___________
t~, 't0101!Jersary the
SW. 4t 4ir Aww.The 001- HAI11P1*TURALLYAusoObA"4T.
thea ~rf~*!tWattended. Nm1-
to tftwore, jOpW2aI S I OfWhel Itso Prod of bDnudwsE.it Grew*
the Orftish WW Wally m17and 'uiew I -,3IzsUsstIY.
CCOrt 0U4U~*~t 0M4159 fisg Hairpraparatlono and dandrufff cures,
A0~e~o Whtlow ~ a rule. are stioky or Irriftting affairs
that 4o no earthly good. Hair. whon'not
Ph..sned. grown r.&turaiey, ltiguriantly.
IR~i~g~eS*Dandruff Is the cauies of ni~ne-tent!hs of
all haft trouble, and dandruff is caused
IW b o", headtbw by a term, The only way to cure dand.
btuhle. pn'w uOfthe live, OW rugf is to W'11 the g -rm: and. so far. th*
-- I Poloultath* of the bj'ek only batr pr~paxxthbn tlit~t will positively
p6~U4 odsof and otha lev *dosafrte germ is Nev.:.ro' i~erpIlfe-~.
YO~~ ptins, sllow ~ab~oluelCy harmless, AIrt~ Tunzugrease,
allow sin. ,f d sdment, dye hitterr or dangetous drugs.
0456 e"Gve breth&and a lg ion it gilaym Itch 1rnx*Iuvstantl3y; nri.-t'exhalr*
of Ot Am te s at once the Most glosiri and iroft as p11k. "Des~troy the
and MAMCTO 0104Y cuse, you remove tlb ft efft." ..8oA by
omm te OsAmerlo Peole.The uHop sampl ~etoTe Herpcds Co., 1 etra"'p
bTwe eft fteumesS.#
trouibles. P4 bbttle. Old by W. X. T.s3.S et a 2
Jobnew J. S Badiford & Oe., 8p~eiall Akon~g.


BREAD

DIGESTION


OR OWN FAULT
IEW*bOske ep 0ood. wholesome Hrea
8 forlt Is ande fresb every tda
iat Your door by
YABV NB BAKERY,
Hr I. T. SCHAFER. Pro.,

WILLIAM ANDERSON

BICYCLES and

lo irLd l -Supplies.
Ag of f laiB Bcycles. Repairing
deI fft tly. Electrical work
1 of il kinds.


1 13 W. UNJON


Sl.


A~ac~uCounty Abstract CO,
Ppry U. Ookimm. P'M IJI W Blandimr. V -
0AINES1VI LIE, FLA.
We do in *XCIGGIVe Abstraet, t'i~i.
Ine@, With fROIll t fesfor9)mpr i A 1i Rk U 1
Information soneeraing the Title of
so, and all lamde, in Alncnaia county,
Alt bels tvaassiets p om pt ly


Pl Al


O's


LY


p- g .L .


HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM THE )VERETT AND HARVARD PIANO


' A.


FACTORIES TEN OF


THEIR FINEST PIANOS, AND EXPECT TO CLOSE THEM OUT IN

t Ten Days i 10 Per Cent Discount from Net Cash Factory


I .:


- Prices


. these Ten


ianos are sold we

ill not duplicate'

e prices or terms


EveryPlano brand
nbw and Guanin-
teed by The Jolin
Church Co. with o
capital of millions
Si -


t7W Everett -aby Crand now S6M.M

pt451 Everett now. 84

4M6 Everett now 40


S Evere


I $32 Harvard now

2 $3S5 Harvards at

,I $45 .John Church at


$292.50


. S$15.00


S $45.00


. S


$270.00


Early Monday I mal g, lIy.20. Come Qalck-4et First Choice. Posiithly Prim t Diplicated
"' I I I I IIII I " ' L


R HARPRR PI7
I~iBHct'v.-..JI'IM^^^^ **0 ^^^ ^^^^^ ^t' W U^^T BBBIHBHIR^fHIr : JT <.^^*iB


,ttfnow eaa17 I136Dyton at
Term*& ONC h si b i"mah $10 sP~$10 cubhmate 8pw 04ati on &umR"4
N10 hOak amWp r Db7Oa lkuwMawI p ct Cinto Id U mpin ba"MWAncs.P


4


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ct, se .......d
gSUN,


as partofn te


attlow lo hi o.
Ta.td anotd s&,
'ordisplay ad""vftII3r

yc~e.weeks sun is
p aper, published "rY
and coctahm alM the
tal, State &ad geneaOwlg "jth
portage free, to any 14 6A
6r Canad.for $3 y. a ir ill"
8jwertitg bills be X d r"
of advertISCe1U, |l5l- in contract. Parties oi tos s
required to pay tf r elias*,
Address, TOR TB IA.X I1K,

Indiana paper ay ht i
is carefully nrdi
ambition In hit o
tly he has an Ides th will
best in cold storage.

is true that Prsl eat ReseVt
s Congresanc i Bftl of
to rn for Speaker a '
there will be a fl8ht fo t
the Republican edift trem*.
the White Houe bullsog
ed that he has bees toe off
siWce sentence of banftishisat
been proclaimed, yet his master
i have a kindly feelig for aueh

ocrats are cowards at haom and
fe abroad was Theodqre Roose.
p opinion not long tnoe, mad yet
P Temple Graves wants the Demo.
Nk national Convention to nomi-
b him for President.
S ---r
iere was some talk of recommend.
Boss Cox of Ohio for the Sext
Pea~e Prize. But subsequent
|opm(n-ts make it more likely
Ihe %ill be a candidate for one of
Carnegie hero medals.
seems that the Britah BEmpre
to float a new Issue of conitle,
ts Mr. Harriman is propart g to
at ll1l.'01'.,o(O more of Union P-
bonds Lok.s as though this w4erd
e of an Irrdlstible force meeting
Ifmovaht!e object.
t ihi I,. well for the several
[nt'. of John Smith's who areL
Ce direct descent from the
pty captain to look up the hisJ
Ihn ?h' ,i,. by which they V*Wd
tat hA di'1 not marry Poeoh osta
adI ,.., for that matter.

opi:.:"ii of Gov. Woodid. of
lhetcut the Reptublem Lcan s
pef ta' tate is that It lbitoby
aru admitted that if he
S' t T,s,. (,lhi pused in the pilb
S.I fl jld be performitog
,* ; ''n the rascals out.
;""'." '" L.w authorlue are
b.r,. w*r a good Ae o
r t ....."mu that there r ie
J, with l ag~mlsl

htr :' ladr., Mr.. i Mt.
h.d'1' r "arnet, wuae tG
* after some tboWae.

r nac one of Mma a
to testify i


....thedty o~ywe
ti Nwr. audsagawe
*A -be Of up*"




"Sthe el &t
red= b


forthlui
~ ~ not '-i
oman d


qt
,a4 PerWeM tatvIs as to
wh th ou ike eated Into, aw
tt uWt eineop. Take, for Ip.
county. Several ap.
leave been received dying the
week for relief by the passage
lls, whereas the facts n the case
s ldhave been made known to the
Matr and members of the House
aly in the session. This class of
lesosltoon it hard to get though at
any tme, and is never permitted to
be "ralroamed" through when money
Is to b6ine'out of the State tresfury.
f It W4d seem that.the State should
be as honest with Its citizens s the
coammoeawlt requires-the people to
be is dealing with each other, but
this it not the idea of a majority
of the committee on claims. The
State sold .an Individual a tax cert.'
thate on a certain piece of &Ad In
Alehua eOaMty,, upon which it was
atrarda found the taxes had been
and the certIflcate should have
been mancelled. If auch a transaction
h4d occurred between Individuals the
Injured party could have obtained re.
4ress though the law, but the State
nuot be sued, so a bill for relief
S'la introduced. The committee'on
olalms, however, promptly recommend
that te1o said bill "do not pass," claim.
lng that the purchaser should have
,known what he was buying before
&.e pad4 for it' So the State takes
$24.16 of a poor man's money and
gives him a worthless piece of' paper
for It.
The weather has been very pleasant
during the past week, except for two
days' rain. The clay of this section is
muddy during wet weather, and travel
on foot is very Ulsagreeable. aIn this
respect we prfea the seud of East
Florida to the clay of Middle Florida.
H. H. M'CRIARY.


ail,.yve mhItqlrw
the plsacopl
tofp* e eamat the Econven.
.t rthe held. It Is
4dd. ,pi wide pub.
and I a the North,
In t3 l actb are too
aUe und to- ease any com-
"put except bt the fact that a
utter Ohem He devoted the
or part oa b Address to th race
at6Mlea and i, aU everyone in the
o9there pf the country is keen-
ly a*are. tht the most presv-
inttot eblus MIAmerican peo-
0eS" What tW 1'tW kt will hurt, and
Whatl i sure j eG. e A lot of talk
In the North ws tat the negro race
was distinctly aaJ11uor race, mental.
ly, morally sad phyacally, that But-
trage was a fflatre, havg been tried
tor forty years aid having failed ut.
terly to make dgal with the white
race out of peepl wo were radical-
ly inferior. He W M some more true
but not at all dtplatlc things about
the childish efoDta of the race to
grasp social eqaall through money,
land holding an4 eidaton, and added
that while he *Md cheerfully give
the negro race af the advantages In
these lines they oalul have, nothing
that they could do would ever make.
them anything but what they were--
a race below the ,a da rd of the
White.
. r her, and th likelyey to oause
Advprae comment *, the Episcopal
Chtch,, he sal4 d the Methodlst
system of local asa and class
IA rs was Juat th1 .tng queded to
reach the masa of he colored popular
tie. and. he famnall recOmmemded
the organization ofeta local preacber
system among ',le' colored people
within the Jurlesdtle of the Episo.
pal Church. The ex aeve.t will be
watched with a eat deal f Interest
In Waihlngton, whih has the largest
negro population t "y rcity In the
world and where anything that could
be done to ligbtn the race curse
would be an unalsed b)snsg.


New York's women 3M
are demanding mae's a
ought to get married.
women who get all a
and don't make much
either. .,


The n6w branch of the Geological
Survey has lnasuggmed an Investlg-
tion of Interest toaevery State where
mining is domg, and thw s n almost
every State of the Union. It i to THa
start a special experiment aon
where there will be teted diterent a1$TP"
brands of explofve under different
odtioas of uaSe to which are S
least caitble of Igniting the dOaUer. Sm
ous mble gases ao" d aqalag h
sionsa. Various tyes of stet, pZs
are to be tried Ine ladjf a
that have been brought from abroad mf
where they are suppoed to be mr
advanced In the art of safe mt
than we are,In this eontry. Tests
abso vw be made of special maoke
jackets with whkk mn ean go ato
burag or a4t ed mm ad reue
Imprisoned coafades withet waiting FPr sale i Geals
tor the mage to be cleared s by the. fans. W. M.Jhes*" D
.Alt would save hundreds of lives aq.
nually, oould It be done. A nmMer
of other important safety derloes for
maitg art to be tried Immediately
and others will be taken up as they
4.ev>e.d. This sb a branch C
Govau ent work that has nev been
de metore ad os that is badlyI i

Smator Tmll. eOy there i north ub-_ __
Jse doukr as to the seemd ptaoe m
the D wrat Utet.

OVA"seOOp o.Crrm or Touamo,
MWAS OoNINv.
fe ama ptearm amW ad



1 goal-l -at= EOi aa
r~a -P.. m


ehool teach
alaies. Tb
Those are I
man's salsa
fuss about
Now


M*B s4ir !4,^W ..(.,V-11. ;" ., f, w, w.AN


AN MPAN

SINSURA
PORTER BLOCK OAINSVIU L IDA

FIe, .ife and Accident "


'"


SmI AC

UUI!IRL. E


Fay-Sholos


Typewiti
ACILOWLEDlED.
THE BET?


MHIE ON THE


MARKET


Has Tabulator
-ONh
Every Machine.


Lightet Shift I llghlt. unUnin I The
Ohampio Speed Writers of the World
Ue the Fay-Sholie. More Fay.Bhole. is
ue I Qalaenville talent tay other machine.
.. . II I I I I


For Sale


by....


THE SUN, Galnesvllle, Flt.


Cofederate Veterans' Reunion
- -11 I_


Richmond, Ya.,


ay 380th to June 3rd

AlnV ia


Atlantic Coast -Line


In


it Tickets on sale daily from May setto 80th in
oluslve. Rate for this o06aswon Is A.i ft rom
Jacksonville for the round trip, or virtual ooe
cOt a1 milef(or stance traveled, with o*r epon.
Ti. ingly low rates from all points Ex t i of
i limit to July 8th 'can be obtained by d"e 4tto
ticket with Spe"al Agent and payment of fifty
cents at time of deposit.
For full information and Pullman reservation
T write or* all on FRANK C. BOYLSTON, District
PaMsWger Agent, Atlantic Coast Line, Jackson.
te'9


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stor


xwm orsi.i ***@wwe 9iv
eam ao Ito all WIo INhI
Nreu Iisrsfreem A=4
Umet%@ oft. "ble". a
twsvillle, lorldsby
'froggist


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SSEABOARD
Air Line Railway


SAVAAN=, OOLUMbIA, CAMDEN, 809
t H.BERN PI, RM4IH, RICHMOND, l.
M.WMaRHIhO, MORE, PHIL..
ADZLP ,- W YORK.


T0o Iat Trins Daily:

SEABOARD EXPRESS,
SEABOARD MAIL.


a


Modern Pullman Equip 't



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Norfolk4 "".. *
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or harmful


rk'that
ldlguo Ithe

wk of the
4. owia -


.,l~Ile 0


Iv-0. ..d ia.ea. MARTIM
At G C.. may to1.-..The cityI
th bt~dq 7IRS@wone of -$0~090g~g-k~ASC M A
ev 6 qq~*oq ot 'two public S11chootle
Ac;" o. bity f &s #g, 44.las isue.tur

0 cezrIepdthe caug40 e o'-forthe 1univere 0" Es V0 E0 0!~7f' 't 02!
~e Iibt & ii ad ~rvith ~geut~alsoles.- ~ ~ aarfot l e o4osr. .JuiJ w .. lkJ V to bi q 4- awJty yLm.an
-="ouA t be w th puroseot 841aACa, Io %Is 4 rtbDRlA,6*1 U) IIPE10, "80I~, l(?
NW inidea4vorWbest.,ay w~bfY'ie mveets toE eedeubemvn or c aso iniesAm ~~4Enls omai
early 1806017 w14100tweer
*04oN. t -,sWasOMPAN
Mr atlor wasatq yan uaraffp IGDLW
*01oard klld.DEUTY4 3&.% f .0jrl nle
eu~cie~ wi 40 greema04. h ~'a~t 40*Mo r,r.Wa
M~41 be s t110 w aipary aur~ar ee wrd Oie sMilr a Eene
W040dy Iat- bv plafom&a. *041't arneWsfn 3 ALS
U~W*IS rtbo $a. I 'Bdfrd. Puhe Casn ftpred *at iOCeboaYo 31; Sdes.N.
s'* 45 bardofli"4".Mr. Tse.a dyMr ws. 109~ T. OWERSALA
gi~e~oM~b~s.killed. He ws s onwUfhadtwieao. Jcsnil n ok
TckastV~aOilaes AflodT
_ _ __1%_ _ wV* N kap. lov.


11"V041uls" ationandi Mrs mn OM Chosen ~ den, D OO*11.3W Tj 1 Reelese o. I
NaPwa~g ~I7 *. y UI wfe a* s bes ift atfCMato Daughters
No of *0 wh t It hee acet Colm b ia, A.C'.IL
.,rLEOt 9",AL. T0. AovEWr1MM. M. P D'ebo 3.AMORNEY de. AT ihuLAWrZ~
~~~~k A~da 1 f~tj n oS oF willbe oiS ,at.Chat_ .And SleloinTsqi8ty.. Sopn sNahAtr 4~f4(dn) adbrnd~e
NOW Ie was44 Vas Ogden u___Ir._VOIDU 93A.=): OT! i'AQR8O0 ILLE
09 boy reachedGoa


Ut". 00.fya."r tron IN p"111 s ]. ZAHNSCyd Nw Andand ViaSouthern.Dio
)Io0 MMoe %ft T5hift Ulfaigi0 W aW w &TI)ENT T I&


' Pieaumabi Y fbi MooOSs GAIUISMH..LU, S B FIO3ThAO
Aamsan7=1 m- M71 O
~Erur~uto ~~r.........,
NDeOWIn y Ae
ri; --! 1680
416.. .May 20. -Amaw" a ede. uemf mdaam~mm edb
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he outcome of this **,, a e. T.m amaiwhoWtrie-It
eljo of Ed Hl. w te t tal s tto
Fitwe from r lad ak thee 5t@ra bttolea lee of appetite
..*' .4lded t t Cooe.
nds was inmtcted e Mwe, Sm t." t, ooP e
le theother wa reBtvl, nfte "I u-ed to et up u tetmtntfg ,
both wounds of o paaful. uglyt 1 l xli yt ortiwoo mf.load ty"
d.ngerouS nature, "ooor dl, to aod tee lt o 4_.. -a though -'
Srow ocrndred 4it s the pells and baethe Ater
hour, d ~ott.les o the symotas o r
bta u n thoe s lah e Mst, al wf as d o e sol d dr. .r. ,.
tso e h an o. a, to d ea a n di to
coled secure aosN to tw*e Wle airie new man. Its a p.e.ureto
d doors, dd not ork, i okfor ttalwyi feel .It Ioa t Oat
tahes r exi., Soin In .er wel_ and aleep. wel adsmsOrlwiltl
.I i t ....o A e.. Ltbys 1, 7Potter
Iws was in gfrt .'W hen, a si., letrO t. 1IfOk.
id summoned Dr. J. h t. fher ..b. -a-' -"-- ----- .
n render spl' iptd, I A s O m Nt eartI y hal.
tIg up the rwaes when Hale was mdIne1 wre told during Mr. Coop.
* to his home. ,. Ir's recent dhaonstraUot la Ckad'
BernS arrested Fred R. atrwaW tofese J We .ae agents.
Livingston Thompson, *tsgerl |s MI I|.&.., G oI.
seremort, but in the Umayor'aosrt,*l I BUOUwlt I U
latter was disBhared,4 there be ----- b1.--" -*-' -"-- ----"
no evidence that be wat imptcat- A COMBINATION.
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ken arraigned before the mayor
a a charge of fighting, Rawls was
I $10 and costs and Bale $5 and
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Wblrt Brown, for ridlng a bicycle
f dark without a light, was fined
Wd costs.
ku. Gordon, discharging Are arms
Ity limits, $5 and coSu.i

$top Qrumbl '
you uffer from -ua m or
a. for Ballard's 8MW Malanment
bring quick rellet. It I1 a sure
i for Sprain., Rheumatisa. Con-
dI Muscles and all palns-and
9B the reach of all. Price lc.,
$1.00. C. R. Smith, Tm"a, Tex.,
I: "I have used BafegrD's ow
ent in m;- family lor years and
I fond IIta fane rlIy to all
i ld acme. I reoM s- t for
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ftrurpj011 rates froom&U1101"ild
kI made on 9 cott W =ft -W
Scguid' Va., and metani600e"t 89
ftulion-tieket. On 40MAYea. 2.
X~ 2' and 30th. The leahe~d
Ift double d&Ily WiYIjj *'*a

'ad day coaches have bowSOP
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Consolidated.
Owing to 'the condition of his
health, whiclk.' has been falling fbr
.some time, i" Chresostomidhes, the
fruit dealer and merchant, has consoli-
uated his ihti ests with the Interests
of N. George, who owned and conduct-
ed a place of th' same kind, taking
In a third partner, N. Franelsco.
There will b ano ;material change
In the business, both places being
continuWd. The Arm wiill be known
'as A. Chresostomidhes & Co.
Mr. Chresostomidbes is contemplat-
lug a trip to h~a old home In the Ia-
land of Turque during the coming
summer.
MELROSE NOTE.
Melrose, May 20.-The Sunday
school picnic appointed tor TbUrS-
was rather spoiled by the ran. -but
everybody adjourned to the town ball
where a imot bountiful dinner wap
served and all had n good time. ,
C. W. Rogers from Live Oak Is A
visitor in town. C. H. Huffmanl hi
returned with him and Is pleased to
be home again.
Mrs. W. W. Wickes has opened aq
lee cream parlor and is meeting with
good patronage.
Miss C. McRae has returned trom a
very pleaant trip visiting friends at


Live Oak, High Springs and Glai ea


Tub.
it. you Novsky has returned from the
dioconan cmgveston at Gain..irlll,
where he was most hoimpitably octer-
tamued by Mr. and Mrs. J. M Graham.

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Beeien epidemIMP11"W "10e but .i4oh one -has struck Gainesvile,
an4 Psplo of every AtInm**;4XWceqWatlos atre fever.d
'A ismost atmerdb* UO r# to's rdythe c3astantly cha
Hfas*p application for f1!oo$2Be041 41 i' g ThSn's
i~o.There Is ti~a zbO4'tbf~bIit j~'~with'her and
bo ~ f rthe gir, nthi f4b0 wfuu41 au anxiously w
mniykave anotbei for'sb boy'wo~a ~~b receives itp
Itoyis oome~o"..ftem maI sysvwqbapm who have,
*"~on their own JIM; sni wbo ".ht16 8abut the
Oeme wl ~~b w l~soc rub APap gnit Utb t. 14?
n enthe It01$~k 61 gwlsa Iu 'yAnd active,
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IRSONAL AMD e06i iMS
eat Has Happened W ofu
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SI That "HeN Whoi 'wa"
It in The un. ,
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Olsomped a. 8 Woo *a"

Ladles' oalln cards a lalept styles
N Bun office.


IayNNOes typewriter for sale. Ap-
pl f office, .
Only purest ingredients used In our
bkln&, yKpstone Bakery.
ST..J.:Swearlngeo of Kanapaha spent
Sunday with his family In this city.
Sbr toebmst printed statl0try at
Iowet prces V all at TTh 8ea offles
, Attorney Rtobt. E. Davis has return-
ed from a professional visit to Valdose
ti a.
L. J. Clyatt has gone to Ft. Meade
and other points in South Florida on
For Sale--Two Clyde Line tickets,
Jaosonvlloe to New York and return.
Apply at th'bffice.
Por Sale-A new 11-room house; a
=room servants' house and 'one acre
lot Apply to P. O. Box, 221.
. Walter Hall of Albion, agent, of the


Wanted-Bread baker. K. P. Cook, Seaboard Air Line at that place, spent
Iwberry, Fla. Sunday with his parents and friends
A few newspaper lfes h't al. Ap- here.
ply at Sun offlo. Have your stationery printed at The
New stock o ble asod w~ Mn ogl oe. First-class work promptly
Enter & iwarda. delivered at reasonable prices is 'our
Blank leases fior e at this 60ce. m *NO
Pte $2 per hundred. Tralnnmater A. I. Pooser of the At.
T. D. May0eld of WIUllAts was In lantic Coast Line hs returned from
the city on business eo a official trip to Ooasla and other
Mulea for sale or Nrt. Apply at
oaee to 0eo. W. a ig a e.'B As Fo of the Atlantic Coast
To Let-Lower & .i' roc, Une r 7et Sunday from Wilming-
unfuiahed. Mrs. Q We toX-oI, N. C., where be has been on an
anturnished. Mr.. lapp West Me- o^- vistt.
shanlc. offial visit.
Wanted--Two Greek p t want Lost-One pointer pup 6 months
ork. Applywno d, wht old wt wfti liver spots. Reson-
wWest Main uWstreet gj able reward. Address R. H. Holstein.
Mrs. W. D. selgl er of Walo re. Hague, .
turn, d to her ho, after a I Visit W. P. Provesm of HageI. who is
to .Mrs. J. H. Aldermat t etsy. connected wita aue C. W. Chae intr-
,* rOt untinges easts at that plA"e, spent Saturday In
Lomt--HunUtn. oM I WOOL
lumnber of cae 15111),5 a v. this cIy business.
amt. Return to a MSO Alma u llvand Mr. 0.
JB." p- sledg.en made a brief visi to the .'
t. with his oglla Kl"y of Hampton Sunbay, Mhaing bee
"Oft its called on account of the Me o a
4aY to Tlog% wamS b einOtNEd S p"tve.
'with a naval stores eo w i "
She useI the l a W. T. Watw s of Hickman. who has
That ume theM e bon oa a brief visit to his wi. k -
TLt uchbor o c e wsho s roed to his bome yesterday. Mr.
h ue s W O IS d Ws Waters is engaged in trucking at
anil e Ble e Hickman, sad has beM quite asoe

,Pur -1 Wi..ins aid see o"ft *t b m
"tre amoi n hcty I he IIi University Forda, has reotured
Sa .th : othei pi = from Mctl5elo, where on Sunday e
S* o st wuverio the commeneomet n"a to
the. Motetice igh SebooL I the
ki Ed, spa t spent 9Us '*1. w *"* l g fllMeie d the pulpit at
m Womb, Msea *16. 06the Mhedw it ^ that -city.
bei wher& he t tra L S. T; Wavt4 a prominent real et
1 i lhn Hebg is a flmwg e .tate dl o 9*s*e Pas
War ladies' ,skift. Na the. etw w yesterday en route
____ ___ to thate'lt from Cedar Key. where
A-sBhad, l)mO" a brief vialt to his
A ier fw. Dr. %. T. Walter. Mr. Walkr
s pet ka smrfa y n lOeeaeine with
AL 'is. 4 ertesams bhis way to O"ar Key.
ALL 0SUTUBNERSI; WaZr a

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Board of T l qatd for 10 '<
this muofthwi-t s council cha
This w*llbe.4 Important mtl
and a ft atteance sto desire.
t P. HAMPTON, Bee.
J. E. Walirighlt spent Sunday with
relatives in Starke
Friends of Mrs. F. H. eeman will
regret to learn that she has been ouN.
fearing with chills and fever for the.
past few days. but hope she will seoO
recover.
Mesdamee C. L. Robertson and Joe.
A. Ettel have returned from a delight
ful weeK's oautin at White Springs. be-
aing guest of Mr. anil Mrs. John W.
Attel. of rb Heamilton.
Mrs. E A. Perry 'and Mrs. Grace
Conway aGd son, Master Phipps, have
removed to this city from Hammock
Ridge. and are pleasantly located at
the home of Mrs. Annie Brown.
Donald M. Lvingston, relief argen
of the Atlantl Coast Line who has
had charge of the station at Citra
for the past fe 'weeks, has been re-
lieved at that place, having been trans-
terred to Interlaebea. He is a nephew
of Deputy Sheriff e0.. W. Ulvlngton
of Newberry.
Among the prominent West Endera
visiting this city is Jack M. Browl of
Lottleville, extwsive cross-tie con-
tractor of that Place, and one of the
moat popular aen tI his section. Mr.
Brown, who is a valued friend of Thu
tn., made this afflie an agreeable call.
He states that ,XAOeillo 1 on a gen-
uine boom .soel the railroad has
reached th re. Toe town will soon
have a depot, and other buildings are
going up. In a.l the town, the setlon
and the people are properous..
We acknowledge a fraternal call
yesterday trWse P. A. Warner of Jack-
sonville, spool representative of, the
Florida Agrlculttrlst, one of the most
widely kn6" Na most popular jour-
nals of Its kiwt l the country. Mr.
Warner is bee with a view of get-
ting up a ae"at edition of his eg*
cellent paWper de*ted to Gainesvill
and vicinity, and will appear before
the Board Trade this morning It
the intereeo of the move. The Art.
culturalilt has Juat issued a specal
edition for t. Petersbur, which Is
a credit to-fte publishes. Mr. War.
ren will explain the proposition to fhis
bearers at4themeeMng this morning.





Pfder Bros.


S. MONDAY w ed on sale the
sortzment f P and Colored
man Organdi i shown at the
Bppcial price of 7ar choice for .


See er counter.


MONEY i81LK8'

We have the sole agency of
the celebrated Mbey-baok Silks-every
yard guaranteed or jour poney back..
The regular of t bit grade is
1.75 per yard.all r the world, but we
have decided, in order to INTRODUOE
the silk in this aJIon, to make the price
$1.U per yard

for the month of May.

0ome to ee Our stor is not the
biggest but it is flt best in this section.

Mrs. R. Wilson


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No. ,0, EIlghts of PY.
4ibhl. moeots elolfhi at
iOi in tBelr Oatle HIll
ovea r Damon'l Bsak.
Work laseeoed rank. Vieltlnl bretioAn
weleome. W, 1.. Pounvs, 0. 0 5. A.
naONX, 1K. of I. A 8
South Atlantle League.
Following is the result of yeOter.
day's game in the South Atlantic
League;
Jackeenville 4. Charleston 5.
Maoon 1, Augumta 1.
Columbia 0, Savannah 1.

TrO one can of Argo Red Salmon,
and you will use no other.


There is be article of food more nu-
tritious or healthful than AUo Sed
Salmon. As a brnail a m dUeUl 1
or, It Is far aheadof betf a the
mewt.
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton of loqlb OM
lina have arrlvet Ia the eii', sI Il
make their fataroe hiwe W Mr.
Clinton has aooepted a sgtoM with
the Soutbhern Bell Tealpi m O aay..
Himself and wife wil be s S ly waet
corned. '
F. U. Harwald, speedlot pta ita
tive and manager of I0h& t pal'p-
departumnt of The ladMgsil Senaw
of Jacksomvlelo. is In 2t ew. Md Ie-
terday made The Sfa a t lkoi man.
Mr. Barwald is ow iil
lSO a special Vlorida 0111i -di.
tn of Yq Sescito im of beiog
ublished -d eTt .% ( th e
State Board o1 Tt5 with the varIoes beas of trades
Mroughot the s hsawifle,
Uve Oak. Tasasbes-, J Mesdiea U
oad Starke a far -PO-imb and
b1e proposes to apMr Nw t*
oGaslvime Bard of dVi 1 at s*
dal m*etag hlt !Ms legs failed
f I ss m ... ... I II.

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S(Nest to roteee)
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Beglnsbla Aprtll 1t we willI
our summer rate of $4 per
meale-and $4 trdisag l tilkel. w
If rgese9as Is erys respetk 1
large e0leeril faas, iserialgelW"
COILS 1MRIIS OF ALL 1Et3


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