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 22, 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: VID01121
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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bryter latM ^ a e l 8 un -- sby a 'witch ea e4 ae l ----
mwintati- Two OAb tttive X Like b hrn sand ro ta t a'4 t Sea oD. With
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iFetn Ipp1 dO ie' SV'N OTWHOEA ARE BADLY HUR bee" omp no H WRECKED IN MID OCEAN
I, Vag 000. wl* h44 be"n hNa wu njmVu1I DOE
%ury. .JGot tntt '"bn Hm ad Arthur Bus had atrOf ---
dred of v"4t~~. d t, tle town Niklt tdin, Charged Wfth Igh i t0 the head with a place O a Crumb of Bread and a Spoo.
o:f Dicko_, religious l r tbrow bler s fo 9it of the gine.
srve beit t r lart tet identify Hi 1 a imfat of Water a Day for Each!Ma .
praotioly a ay and Ste Into' theb ed W, Leader of the ia1tie. appcrs to bear out pat of hi. Iate- Th Were Reicued When at the
Bilgt, eide i t a l H of t oon Tke Advantae of 190 Deor eanOt. while, i the other had, his Vr Deer of Death.
Ht.eia i kfgld by vtiting ml. ,, P nd was wedtekrb ra bet4od d
elatnd. O. e ay tl.-p toO- ,& W stories that atre klt to beai. New York, May 21.-Anoter talet
TlbW' teron service at the tent at 0 Odesa of the maO hab g to do wit tr- tht:.e ho-
waas fot qd o eohluoted by Dr. ties of tis city, were kl and It lt kIown thaIt al es lI rad be- for t thtlpwreok in mid-ocean ware
tJ. L. mIrthe raJr t aodra Ot uee rcpe-ra were seriW ty it- 4rlakla together. o roadr Jmhas Ufted Sunday by Captain ra:P.la.
tar d til. T id this wa te imu .. Splaon oeft S n lser- rmgf aneled ua Jr which ha. buee Ia- AeaxU, who, with his cre-w of si
ot mo the e n met tl t Central poUe bu wVestlignA the e all dy e t the schooner Evrect \Webter
ag. Dr. tt tahonooued tIhat h f ad i4 a wn taondfr boorilal Blackrsher'W tout U yes old, atrived hret be ~ steamer Phil elw
wsatd to l 1OdX0 to detra.e- w and bad 1 vedl- t tOn for oe tam tpe h. At te Mame ie the rs;ery
ne o o th ittgt on L to at. Pterbu May l2.- Wr- e hba mother sad brother-in-law osrrounding the dereli scther
peIaVes"ti d"ont tothe. tigantion oto ofhe
which t lrob ladd be drawn by rant has ben Issued for te arrest la Daron. I hma been reported by a
reason aof e'tI with the Presby- of Nikolat LeWi, leader of the ma- r ry Atwlitlc ner for the ast
toian church, U. 8. A. sa d at the j ority faction now ateniOnC the so SOCK sHOWI PALL ON CARS. ont the s Irtyl In the main waterAay,
end of t o eV0rs the tclerksi snnon l calt denoaratiotontre In lordon -- a serious meace to navigation, wras
ad that the ati f $1l.',1t0 had been n o tA b charge t high treasoW; trike Breakers Having Hard Time at e lined. '
subscrtiA, I T meoet remarkable Nikola will Wbe taken into eautody vanevlle, Ind. The Webster, a three-mastei veg.
things bmt t' coMection *as that it be rWetur to Russia. t is Said Bransville, lad., May 1.-'More l, .belongtg t. Ha.Ut & Cinmins,
no indrividWa fae more than $100 and he police tore Identified Ma as a than a soore of person, ost otf iladielphl left Wilmington, N.
the aumbheir, itng thl amount a- a noted radrial leaders of the e M arly srike breaker, were burton e. so. Oe Margi 31, bound for Pane.-
eedaed ti. sThe people of Dick- leUtia, and a brother oof iD Iff rrlovusl, Supeday l the attempt Al e delphida When ofl cape Hattra"- she
son, telaoITv of Ouiberliand Presby- who, with tour corades anem d d treeto ar o pny to resume ran Into a series of bhavy. ga:es, and
is, ae 11,000. tThe members Wth bombs, wa arrested In 1887 con O tte Voleoe id ot The de toad was washed away, and
of the assoably are very eatbuslastic wl e lying I wait tor th ae rirage tie on the gapet of riotIng, but as the thid day out, prang a leak.
ver this ooatrle btlon and take It as of apvteror Alexander I, aid who attacks on cars were amo'catteri te dek loi was washed away, and
a substantial endos .h et of its stand was condemned to death ant ecut- and gene all over Ite prts of the Capti Maiwell ordered all tnp crew
against oraftle untoW. This money al city tha- at any time during the time to tae pUmAn. but constant wurk w
will t used exclusively for proteot- VAdeim took up t ml sion ol of he sike. exhausted them that their hands were
tai the property rights of the church. the brooeritho wal executed, and Sympathlien t a lls l their day of raw aid swollen to more than twice
-------- bhas been continually hunted by the freedom as an oocalson tO'boIar the nomial size. e finally the cap-
SJlited Lover Commit Suleldi. t. Ptesburg p0ol1e. He pseet- the strike breakers with 'misllis of lan gathered his men in the iter
rnUangham. Ala., May l1...'. M. d evaringl cl ture until 187. whe eovry *rsie and sort. Brinks, scrap of his ahip, te only part ahbe tae
Caastbearry, a young mas besho. Ihe wa l arrneted aid set to 'iberl W ple on btipeoar, coal aGd rooki watbr, and a council was he' It
met, wnt to the home 6t his teaner fororganizins the first pol"ialitrike- greeted ar on all lines Ia volleys. was founa that they had oni: a b rr
swiftart la Jdtaey 8udr altnight I Irul s. Vlandiir esaped in the Al most every aIntaone, by the time of bioults and a gallon jar of water
shortly after 9 clock, and hot himl. yo n1901, dlatoed, re-stppLred the police arrived the guity parts left e I thir stora.
self through there ad, 4ya intante len St. etetrabut under te nm bd eere4 tb ev n the crwd, The fury the storm had increa-
ly.' Catleterry le aid to have been, Le atter theo t ication ofI e leaving the injuredd malormtan and a and the waves constantly broke
enaged to v it Ma May Snow, amnety desre of 190, and i edl ocndtor to be taken care of by the over the uen, and they were ob:ged
of Bailey, and was to have been' atly reassnmed hbi old ascendancy offlo. to lash themselves fast.
carried to her Siunlay. Hle sad t he, the social democratic palty gale blew the schooner out to sea,
mauriafge e .M Ina his pocket and In h Salvation Army Citadel. far from the regular track of ships,
went In the belief that le was to be itltor Fl ed. $110. Greenville, 8. C. May 1.-hserae
married w hen e woa lalormed that Lisbon. May 21.-An InterestIngl "'vaTlon Army Oltadel, the flrst Il we t
Mlsa Sow had at been married ase to test the validity of the n w the t.th, was deicated here Sundhy a wave Wi uh pt ier
Miss Made ow -Uad Just been presslaw. just resulted la the editor '. noon. Colonel Hotl, hbead f rt w of the biscuits were los
married to R. A. ArMtean. He of O'Muado being coavtted tad fined tnie department conducted the aer For six days the i men lscitera pr-
the waest away and wryt. a note,$110. paper to test the law, vics, assisted by Major i errtan, of ti aist each and a ):-
pianed it to Ie Test 4 walked on, published an arttke that the prte Atlanta, wfth other oce ts frame Ai tesofW a Mis w day
the pore at MIs raer wetheirt' minister was insane. Its propriety rs: g Is, SpartAnburg and e-where. OB a p 1 vesel e
home and aook his We. engaged weM kowrn couasel, and was Two thousand people were priseM.e on t brot.hf dot crew
prepared to putk the ea* to the maot 'The citadel is 1nplete *. No We d eir e me .b s ot tan ax we-
Burnham Asko. t Reel ridiculous extent, but the court would $S.WO. Many P Lt li a tho lty u Ad Caitain off his
New York, May 21.-fthHierwald allow no discussion of the premier's werelcocupled by Army oeae, waved it ftatiMy above his head.
ay8s that Frederick . trabm, the mental condltlon. I thi r MApect, It was the rea h 'bark Quevlly,
preddeat of the MNtatd I" Reaerve the test was a fai r, but it I s be- Was Shot Te Death t Hile *eme. tCstia MLaDot fm Pbt t'WAt
Asurance society has en asked by leverd that the *ltatleS will tit' Orate, Tei,. May a1.-.A. ert -too6ea. m Israce.
the boad of ereetr of te o a rely result in t aal of the ob- Dlap was shot to eath at Ma bIo@ me bark towered a boat and &*









the board of dretor of the "oMOS mTel eslu`0d d ,.
to preent bi resgatell not tater noxious saatute.0 r Ito provIlsione Sunday morning ety after 1 a. a. bngh I s eas made ithe work ex-l
than Wednesday of this weak. In a comattee of puble PO ecutors is A doublebarreteod ebotams waa the dy dangerous tae shipWrtc
the event of Ms faiure to ree n. entrusted with ariln.kry powers of wepon used, the ed Of buckabot TS wa aisesedt
steps will be takesto declare Msf. cenSorship over every newspaper In taklti effect Ia the lft Mde-. ROalh PI r a weak they were our^d 5
Afe vacant. and almo to elet Arehl- wtal Waieon, Na sad Reid Harris were th crew of the French bark. Arri'
bald 0. Hames to his plaoe. Ac- Pery ChaI ed. arrested, but later IteOM Hrel was taI t ea i they were take
ttoI looking le Mr. BDrae a'a ra Charlot N. C., "ay tl.- released. Both too A the ether t ericsn Ou"; *bo
tgaution is said to be a te1t of his statement tas been Ade public that Harts deay d0tag the fbtlao eW t o eata le Sutampion, wbet
Iietment and the eoavteotio of his W. 0. Gaittis, who eratod Inta- as tg seeosef oth"w. t. h640 tme tladelephita
Mter, George L. waraag f trsad CIty at e timae s a t Stafor Charles *-C tas MaSwell aid thot befre
ad orgery toi ooaeotios with teatb ohus a Co. sm bee found D impt AM tu o iitot, h. AbsdeI b b mmi hes8 f411 t
a y--pany-- guilty t forgery. sad 3tw la hid. J Orisaba. Mem, May Sl-4s, Adr S. ______ _*
Turner Ceusty Is Pave j tag from the eatherities Of the law. to bring t an end the wireua to- Ohu id tth *mbsexrrft.
Washlnton. May 31.-rders hoave M s to a wth forgaig bor tragues at the Me D an e Pm*o base issued authoriainag sesamb eals thre bils ofR 1.mg. eamals a tel of (0 o atIe the authorities hkavew eh wth ebhemlmest pof a t
ot geenmlet, rural delivery eervit ab ouht $8,0W Mr. Oatts. ft la tind be nLaer5Vte5 a f Psleslt while asahl ase peealaster of An>s:
Tared con1ty. Geortla. skee4ve .k ip the city aut Ds, a pemggA Imvest I t jl. .. M. Nagan is being *
Jeae IT, 1 yT. The total eth ob rthe 1. r. brother Mr. 0. H., matter, (t it beltlme, uU ret it bt tb e pMte Of bitt **i)
states la the county is mime, rour aGattis, of the Seboard Air t ne ral*. a speedy plates *. -at aawsee itrssuesu hm t-e fjdwr 5utbor-
Witht are nMw. and oe"taMt tipm way compare. It is stated. at1temd p*ark the aittlatsB. Bo the wls eh W guise elatm tha h*e Wa
the follwlg oncwe: Autra. 6; t keep tBamatter emeatihd. dentertag ers aid the staikers are ta. esteessf bms haM been rOP5
Kbewa. 1: Sylvamik, $. that he wold mtake aertitution to; ________ __ g a^ theater h
whomsoever ike lee Mell upo. bat Sele.negrapl.e lOileee. eee weea add gtve 111 **'
Flamee Detrey Sew Milt. I S! t has mow bees given pub- howe. Vay 21.-*Fb aelasegrap hardtoh, a biener dUSci of A5lt
Waperoas. Ga.. May $l.--dthe aw *'*-' -- -- le obervatory ereued ats Vagtot tea remt-n him aad 1 ki
sI staala a8s o H LU. Ory, ta ^ ..,.Ploaes. saar N'apes. at the p- plal MtheuMli, who r #e'' ^*
the edge of town. were destrqes y ^ai.hsdi 21l, aim, a i- ng t wits pop. r *t >earatemes. pie to tltog wM- voo I--


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*paseed aga&pin, topping al-
front of the gate for a mo-
tt. l t he then Went Into the bpouse,
"ber 32," and again notified

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rna.~i t.pb a.te sad advanoe
towamtC t~) irk ~* s red. At th
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btIk 4 rI etWk tme anM In the
fta.o Wh& both tMeo disappeared in
the r r .
Th A faly, Ilft Mabel Davis.
w ed ,ir 4. ,* d subtantiated
her -4Oir s story with few excep.
tiops, O. twmnatal difference. She
wis i themn man was not seek.
l =i I u t, but "was slipping up
on iratiik liUke a cat slips upon a
bird." ,
JMr. 10t 'was the last witness
oalled for the prosebutten, and his
Itery agrei4 ith that of his wife and
daUhter. He stated that he was seat.
Md In 'the doeb and should have been
in plain view of the defendants, as
thee wasa li ght on the corner near
the house,
Defewne Make. Statement.
Through the Interpreter, A. Chreeos.
tomidhos, the defense made a state.
meant, which wa In substance that
they wpre looking for a Greek Mriend,
whom some one had told thenm, was
In that dirbotion. They admitted hav.
tan paused the home of the plaintiff,
whom tiey did not know at the time,
iemeral times, but were merely walk.
Ing around in an endeavor' to locate
their friend, who was a young man,
a Greek, who could speak some Engl
llsh, and they were very anxlous to
ind him. They dented that they had
any III Intention against the plaintiff
or his fallly, and added In tnter state-
meet that they dIM no attempt to
open the gate, although they might
hAve stopped near t, when suddenly
the pistol shots rang out, and one of
them was struck with the brick be-
fore he was aware otfwhat was trais-
piring. They made a retreat. natural-
ly. and were afterwards arrested.
Byron Douass, who happened to
be passing about the time of the In.
cident. tetifned In emalt of the de-
fendants, statlag that he had noticed
them "prylng Into" two houses, but
paid uo particular attention to It.
A1 they did uiot appear to be bolster.
ous or disorderly.
Oefendants OIsetarg d.
After weighing the matter careful-
ly May-or Thomas renolered deld-
ton. lie thought that theladloe. un-
der tho circumstances, were excited,
laborlng under the ilpreesleom that
tie (Greeks meant to attempt to do
them harm; that It was 1ediscreet Oc
the part of the d4fendaats to stop
constanUtly In the vitlnl' of anybody's
home and use language uhlcb nobody
but themselves cqM entastand;
bitt under the elrcuitnaaem, the men
IMag foreigners and hnmalMllar with
the eatomrs and habits of the Amert-
ah people. and betag uaM to peak
the tIBlrth language, he theeoht It


jetwable to dimebarinothem-with a
Voobig Wotto be guiltyof inch eon.
4"~ aopda.If they' did 8met desr*the
gb*~mat sentence ot tho law pained


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r 1d W ekmone-- M"er n < + ; J +ahas alwaVS
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oty, yet this ha opy
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rb!,lrIt ela to be oae4N was that .lle. BO t owre t01 f el in two. Made in
of t .Che t Io t y de
Pettyjuo, "harg with s telliqtg liur I1q . a aacy for dc"ipti i yrcular.e


-a oou ,. Thk d ,t t |i'm be usd dJn
wm re arraned bf pleadede o ndithebest /
not ilty, were* open W t, and a X hoe de. Givesa tove
y hI callm toed and sworn W evideoe d r.a lit am, .tuo l uffut ad. Made in.u
at argt4 at *s.bmi.e and a ver. s ly U spped w Ate fotit t Yprove d eale;
dIt reharged wiof not glty. C. J. n qu. Er I


oraflwa foreman bt the ury. At- .mp a W mite oa. Lu ma be if you se
satoro f an. Hale wa the defend- any room

ants' attorney. ANY
: *#'lThe treobhar Case, '" :' ;-^ '^' ^ ^
Wothe portent procredn is the best the
day, ao had been pesested In advance '.". -.- o .M M Gv
uby The caud, wan the mornmenct to h +" l' gt Os



strike the' ples of "antred fala acquit ," o.u wALSiBat, nin" ^z.qi"
entered by J. N. 8trobhar, charged 3ahr BL y 'IAnL foivesran'"'''..
with stabeaslement, n tihe 17th inst. aJatktonllieEPla. M'mor ladchinyr..',,.^^
dtate Attorney Long, who is not only C. J. b Evrteryn t
Olent worker man the in st of the tejury. At-.wm d W aeI"=.,




The defendant, accompproceedings of thei
odayt, as t h sd been suggested In advance, s .f e ,,








.eriousallineas, and to ansulbkbate siipe 8t ^ents or....x.naftA DOUL6.uAboiNi j> r
by TheSun, was the a rcument w to
strie the mpla of "an te state t, frohdaL MC D iY CO '0* n '

the defendby. an. Strobarharged bl| hiM 1 NAo Rl o r nBis ./e
State Attorney Long i whow s o tnl St otnly49D. I tet wI, .:I

pran ambitious but a faiore thful and e court. Ir An I





At worker the o inteston of thement
ftrlkinl of plea, the OOwrt aun- ,^ .. 8o e 'Eectie l ,, 1. A
State, n dedthe motion sOf the ate, when do. t I .. ..... a
fend ant, with his counsel d Attorneys .,,





pl A.ded otb adguilty. D nkClark, TATv e :
Owing court the argument o the de-gu__.____ ._. ________ ___ -
The defendant motiacconmp w manied by his to con 'o
tslnue the lne until d to suball term of ....... ...Lve Ok S........ 4uAOI Nk 'JN i
the statement of his condition a lnum- Acne 061. R13OOaa!1=eUena r
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varthe ourts and this andoteion Is er
produced and read b efore the court. r a


At the olowniuson of the argument .Sb Id aetorl h s o
the present term of the court, and all- K ill aWte R. P N IW.WGenera : r ,c.
taof whom were promotion of the State, when hewsOraprl_.W_________








,sle Holt. larceny, twelve months
In count y he defendant *asard lraigned and

Wlllard Moore, murder in second
degrd not guilty.te prone Only DSTAT for life. s ONS unon i ..r i
OwCharie Thotheo murder In the de-
frt degree, with motion was commendation to AI H P 1AP1 ,,I A Y A
mercy. Stat p Leave ve Atenrriry for life.
Rolla Singleto, theaggravated a of40ss40e .......ault. In V11
thex month In county Jali. hard labor. ....DowliaIgi0
Maurice S Sentenc forgery. rAe 6 Ar
The court proceeded ntiary at hard cJ@5aO ade&DowlngVaforoiltrnito from Live 'a
labor. 0 to- Dsetlons la otbr \ e. 'Pho a






am Batwrmesight aggravated assault.
In cou nthy J ail at hard labor. 0 0W

hard labor In 8tate penitentiary. H "! v'\Y^
im Hallar Moore, murder in second degree
degree State penrtentia for life. ot





Sthaurlie Thfor new tral was denied.n the
fiCourt degreeou with recomd endati 9 o'clokon to






Wednesday moranla. U- i

The Woodmea't Catlelt. Auxiliary of lf
ithe Woodmea c ute World. w i veet H.
Th-ursday nlL tae p itrd. at the Ma- r
*onv hall. La every member f be '


Pfteewt. [or it may be the last Urn. d-
FAeet WtMhna A SOVKRWOlN. T
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SADOPT


81"st* on En
e-House Ps a
SContest Bl. *
r two lo0g 4
the Senate Mond0' "
entarily forgo t
saturday aK ....
eight sessions, and
afternoon session O (
Ik Tuesday, a halt hKi lI r
that body has met ay4&y oru-
the present sesadop.
SHouse by its nalo adwts
of the Senate pelicbf Of of r
ome goes on record ak beang fpily
eual of the UW xvouf0 UB
lity to the remalang pe edwer-
Sveterans and their widoMkW.
e Governor's message t tive to
recent decision of the United
es court on the unobastitttluial-
of assessment laws, as pritll 1I
General statutes. r* iy lBi ts
two most important, prppottions.
committee on I aoce a ad taxa-
Dow have the matter in hand.
rhe Jacksonville charter ift1 1is t]i
ed. The Governor has until
esday in which 4 .record his
should he decide to take this
er improbable step, in view of
nt conditions. It is, of course,
le. If not probable, that he will
Iit the bill to become a law with.
it his approval or disapproval.
W. H. Wyatt of Brad ntown, sheriff
Manatee county, was In Tallahassee
auday and officially clIled upon the
rif of fron county, with capias is-
Id from the county court of Mana.
a for the arrest of Claude L'Ungle,
the charge of libel inthe cpse of
n A. Graham, and presented me
bthe sheriff of Leon ooaty, for exe-
tion. vhich process the sheriff of'
nD refused to serve'at this time,
Ping to Mr. L'Engle'i dut inI 'con-
ciown with State printing dEl" g the
sting session of the Leislature.


SENATE PROCIEDINGS.
The Senate was called to older at
a in.. President Ihrrtl in the
ir and a quorum preiest.
Senator Humphries called 4p en.-
bill .No. ltl on the t uble subject
call-A bill to be entitled an act
secure to the people of Florida
bool t('xt-books at reduced prices, to
lorid. special editions of said books
low prices, to empower county I
rdi of pull Instruction to adopt
hi byiks if desired; to authorize
iont. hloards of public Instruction to
t, Provifl for the filling of oontraCs;
b rro ide a penalty for any dealer,
derk or agent who may seU school
Int,> ..k at greater pries than may
b* ".'r,.d in contracts between
harl of public instruetions and pub-
Isbr.. anI for other purposes. It
t 1 r..a j 1n full the second t.ime and
er %;*n adoption of a nambWr of addli
al aniindments, the bill waa or-
to hle committee o en roeed
'r.; wilch it will-o to the al-
r of LI1s on third reading.
'ta.. 4,li No. ;60. b Mr. Broome-
o r. birds know a a* the turtle
I ~ .-rond thame raies waved,
I .t!, ,i nf a in flln a pmedm, 8

I !*-itute for mtat4 MI No
STraromell a WUl to be
'. < t provldla t e S
'i ol in this :tate ha t
er 7j',e aid. and Ia ing an 3W
of$- '.. of $4.0 e000
" '! the thtrd anm, md paw

Afternon SeinM
aT. 'ate reea ie.at :;0 p.
'tr-noon a-soan. PWatet
RL he' chair.
T- or of 4 o'deo ^ W w

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km" to E If NOW
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public road or highway In this State
by any railroad or employee thereof
and providing penaltTes, was read sec-
ond time with committee amendment
that provisions of act dPnot apply to
incorporated cities and towns. The
amendment was lost and bill ordered
to calendar of bills on third reading.
House bill No. 12, by Mr. Carter-
To prescribe and regulate the proced-
ure for the admission of attorneys to
practice law in the courts of Florid:.'
was yead in full thelsecond time with
favorable report from Judiciary com-


mittoe.
Senate adjourns.

HOUSE PROCEEDINGS.
The House of Representatives was
called to order at 9 a. m.. Speaker
Matthews in the chair. Roll call. a
quorum present. Prayer by Mr. Kil-
gore of Sumter, in the absence of the
chaplain. Approval of Journal.
Committee reports were received
and read. The committee on appropri-
tions recommended the placing of stat-
ue of S. R. Mallory in National hall.
and that commission ascertain expense
and report to Legislature of 19049.
Messages were read from the Sen-
ate, and bills referred to proper com-
mittees.
Chief Clerk J. G. Kellum. who has
been 111 for a week or more, resumed
his post, and was greeted with ap-
plause by the attaches and members
of the House.
On motion of Mr. Carter of Alachus,
Senate bill No. 267, relating to holding
term of circuit court to the Eighth
Judicial Circuit, was passed under a-t
pension of rules.


Special Order.
Houke bill No. 432. by Mr. Carter
of Alachua-Providibg for the elec-
Son of executive or standing commit-
men of political parties holding prf-
mary elections, and regulating use
of powers and bearing contests. The
bill was prepared after the defeat of
thi Watson primary law,. a coim
promise matter. Mr. Carter stated
that Mr. Reese and himself had been
delegated by the Judiciary committee
to draft this bi, which was prepared
by the gentleman from Escambla. and
tatroaI ed wy titself. The bill only
reIlates to tA sa committees and
trial of cott. Bill passed 52 to 0.
seaste bill m. U'by Mr. Deard
of the HIMa 0* 5uld express cots-
peales to poot aeb h e of rate and
weigh all pmft mb reafved. PasW-.
yeas 40. nMa 1L
Aftmlmsea' mtee.
CalWd to mOWe at I p. L by7 th-
speaker. a querum plyat t4.
The sow* mIM-daO 3 an s-
am s, Wa the m1i80 rA mtsto
Uors baleM las, elaie ** retmxs1I
of t"lquua e mes t regs. mae-


by . bAf tohter-
tateo com0 0,
it sconklee woo the resotlon
adopted in the d te House prom
Soded to i of bills on
seaoad rfadfng 4it their regular
order by call d B .
House bil No, WL, by Mr. Doke
ofAlachua-AXpMristlhf($26.889.98
to certain coia les for reimburse-
ment for rent ofaH" fro June
8, 1897. to October, I Amndmeunt
by Mr. M.cKastle idit app rla-
lion for Pautapim ality. adopted; ea
grossed btlls.
House pdjoura.


ANOTHER "KNOCKER."

Life In Florida Old Nit Evidently Sult
This s~ltols Youth.
The H.ilsboro ScUrnal. published In
Hillsboro. Ill., date of March 22. con-
tains the following, which will be little
heedr d i\eept to show the disgruntled
.spirit of -ome people e who are never
satiefled. uven in a growing and'pro*s-
perous country like Florida. We will
leave the balance in the hands of in-
telligent people who know.
Following is what the young man
has to say:
"Chester Dreyhus returned from
Pensacola. PlM., Monday,. where he
spent the winter working in the navy
yard. HIl mother spent the winter
at Tampa with relatives and has not
yet returned. Mr.; preyhus says a
poor mai is 30 per ceit better Of
here than there,. Wages are 20 per
cent high r und necessaries 10 per
cent che.a ir. The people are Indolent
and care little for good wages. All
they canr for is to get work where
they cab hoss 'the "iggers.' then they
are happy. Hb had good health anq
worked nearly every d4y. In fact.
everything as so high, he could not
afford to be idle long. The Inast two
weeks hai been oppressively hot. He
suffet-rd more from heat than he did
any timi' here last summer."

NOON IN GAINESVILLE.

What is Coing on n eTown When the
Clock Strikes 12.


Noon. thli dinner hour. the hour of
comfort, of pleasure and relaxation-
the one hour in the twenty-Iur which
comes to men and women of every sta-
tion with greater similarity than the
hour of any other function in life. I
Promptly as the clock strikes 12 in
Galnesvllle the shadows on anxious
faces turn to lines of good will, and
If vilaneota hot bread, pie., spices
and other indigetiblee were excluded
there would be no such words as dyn-
papsila or Jndigestion in the diction-
ary.


But the contrary if true. and modl.
cal science has to ftep in and aid the
man or woman who has been too busy
to pay proper attention to health.
The greatest step forward in inedl-
cal discovery iN MI.o-na. which cures
all stomach and digestive troubles.
In hundreds of the best homes in
Gainesville and adjoining towns the
Jhandy little table't. so pleasant to
take. yet electier'. have given quick
and lasting relief in Indigeston and
that disagreeable full feeling after
eating.
Ml-ona acst v ry gently. Much of
its wonderful power rer indigestlon
comes from Its unifdtn but sustain-
ing action. 'The required stimnulatiag
and strengthening is glven to the Imt-
portant organs if digestion without
producing thbe illhtet weakness or
reaction.
A 560-cot l A latA for a couple of
wcok and -wi!l l rjn off a dosen at
tacks of at l.eltion J. W. McCollas
sives a g.arante. absolute and UWn
quallded. With very box of MImff a
to rte the m'.y if It does not give
satlsfactlos.

Keonl9ey w-ts Immigfeate.
Niw Yot, "-T. H. Vree-
;and. state < i oir of agri*al.
tur, *ad Sb?', -'-st J. W. Xe I
man. of eit.' -are la towa with
a leter fW ni r at k argeat, coG *
utesi' f 'tntmrai'n. to COaM-
mlsiaOa Bobrt bhbhr5. se.kSaw
the latter o afrd4 the two evey fa-
clty tbr Mlir 1.ns the 0e0e1tl-a at
lis It ad. aLr al t hey may re-
port to th&r 6la' oe the aaitalUtty
OC o PR to e
is ast**.


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fl.t .the Irirst E104sird kau
Woumama Aeu*a Ahu


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MI5 HtU.DA KUGHLER
Thersn I a beauty and attractIve-
aes in health which is far greater
than mea re gularity of fature.
A alskly Irritable, and complalZa
woman always carries a oud
depr-so with her; she Is not only
unhappy herself but is a damper to
al and happiness when with her
1= and friends.
It Is the bright, healthy, vivacious
woman whoalways charms and arrives
aunahdd wherever she goes.
If a womas ands that her enerlgs
an eMt'aad that everythlai re
bheiI fb feuiunie system el"
e It allotted duties, there is
tervommes, sleepleassnesa, faintneas
baekaeeb, heateh bearing-6c"
paias, and Inegau tes, earning
oeUtat IaSery Maad melan I,
abo ,1.reaenber that La .
i Yesgtable om ead
a ,rm aMv root and herIC wil
dispel theeen doubles. By oe
In& the eause o the trouble t
whoe other treatment may have
failed.&
Mi IllsaMiset Wyn, of No. MW
8th Avenue, New York City, write I
Dar Um PlAbsami-
"'POr m I miae ed with dredtul
hebeeda, uia t-e bok ack d severe
IIweak ad outot sois
az LN M am Pnmkbma's Veptable
swhie aH other 1.edl*
ai udtobe Jt wa


IA M. OGaaAM, President
UtXo. W. HvYD, ieemPreedens


MISS ELIZABETH V
Mis Hullda Kughler,
West 150tA Street, Now
writes:


Y ork 4


Dear Mrm inkhamm-W "
"Por month$ I wasM ill with an in iI
tmotsb. I sufferti terrible aomy,
irritabt andAcll a Uie i
tnk d t neittidn.. without b nt
L Pinkham's Ve'ntabi Conpraom
Wa recemmnaded and within six month I
was ompl*tely ratned to health and I
want to raemmnuna it to every suffeta

Womem who an troubled
ofal or Irregular oU
abha bloatiag(or'Stulees
eat., Inflaummaton br a
that bearingdown feeling, A l
aiuteo m, or awtvous
ay e ratIred to perfect l
str- th by taklin Lydia L
ham's Vee table Compouad,


Mt& Plshs's bh~tUi ftoI


\Womu s Eufaf fom an f
of afeale weakness are nvIte Ma
mpy mmuauoatlae with Uam
lakhae, at Lyon, NMa. from the
NyDtWaM rene. the trouble may ha
loaded S4 the, quicket and aural ,
way of recovery advised. Out of hg
vT volume of experiencela trend a
i j 1U? Mrs. nkhaIpb m
St ery knowled that
ht Way Halpful. J


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Surplus .. 000 000
Interest Paid on Savings Aesounts and Corifleatre of Drpoilt. All BustI
Trassaoled Promptly.
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a on Ni BAKERY,
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""."cotton ebanTe. .
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I stic"d thatha i b:eneA bicycles r
u ad e i Elec trial Work
1 eedt: ofthe advice 7.
AU. "L ""Otall kinds.

tate of all person wh agree that all kinds.
-NI I- e point o sAutt Ih right, ato partten rly
I .e Wl obedemands or. i strt ftul- VI 3. UN JON
) .Willt..l an..m.ent of their outistndft trats_
H HB5ia fo&a are *G t Oerleanse L.a., Ma .*.-Fo*. wfll help to force the %c he to, Arik
Air lnteretht the Corra ner lt6 Manuel 90t, of adopt ote T etaifs sought t be bet. A Ci t.Canty Abstract C


s' td lE? a Wa r poets to before a.eneral broker fy l iny wtelyL say thlit 'nothing r. re. AIIlEIVILLE, FLA.
BppAir .#IA h, arass i'M, f was `ropleial rest prdducti, andf lso will cent years tlie rested so much lit -----
tgt p o W *terPn A d h of bl ., Co.lor rtert." / L ,*d W &o D exclosltve Abstract tai.
Cho,, C ,.. hl c,, i, n to srtemen by faet ....... ., .wilh faelitles for impayriri Full
kiawt cweath ero thlrcropst statement t rg4~ byIR Y.ho
Owin h y weather ,. becoin pre Ment or CLAN M ACHINERY. lfo u oaeoneeroing the 'title of
HI.& d.qa. 0o.-ht, w pn ----- trat, Bontlla s 0 8.a-. :VI lands In Al Beua county.
of otr uvlng a*had plentatfo ow e and general br er W Y man who knau tll t WR nytnt. n. prop,
A2strueste ,r0 ood ton Bf it" \fMP! Bonulla wa 's i t'iu y about t wiln my that laoia4ry must -
d o, scarc* Iaispded uopon is arrival here. b kept lMan It tthhe st.work is ex-
A^ W^4* Tbhe pro are indeed bright peoted trou Ilt anoty 'the same i
Sr here o( 00' p, especially tow 'lt Car W ilP t,. true of the mitnery of the body,
lm corn and awctton, thou gh lt Aa, a y l kg WhiCh c do Work properly y tactical
L.s, 6etwglS oo1os wti ds geno d l. mran enloyd as whi' kpt' dr ofoi g cumu- Cabinet-Maker
tL on i t m Canelly.etn elt be t at the Mnley Stoteelplant, fe latoUo l. The bdily e of the tb O o.ft
mtO ane a s to.a.nd bad *sta nd 6ndfe he wheels of a North"? nley human being Is clogged when there O- 2])sE T
a an wis l n i n average crop. There ar te tInlay night, and was In. o constipation and this can be pennrm- ',, fP t ..
tSha iA ln lerw bf cotton over last stqntly killed. The car had ptOPed. anently cure.and prevented from be. -T l.k
i s k60el .inry from year, ,plat. ed4 but a short distance after. ice- coming chronic nly by restoin the d hil .l o
6In t We. -ha" t le aus urance from the eitlet w"'en a negrn j"nmefw me the strength of -weakshed muc les zI ofice rF.t",e
S i to and rmilroad .pil thabt a regular depot car, without provcatloo, tnei and perdenced medical men and that this ,
VtU, 4tom the willA be iUebh here Istead of tred d6 Condu:ct:r Bonne thtoe times, can best be done by the use. until fIi tIxir, tl'i( r
weS$s fr s a afl st tion a It is nowa, done bu4et entering the back and go- there is free movement of the bowel l .
S ..... .. s ta T yr to tarpentfnie stlls here are lag throug-h a lung. The outcome of teaspooni doss, at betl"me alnd, oh .
alIgrd..,t s ruantig ton ull fore now. of his. Injury cannot yet be dteter- e ore. each en of a p9paratio o PAl IE
i 4e E arn6 d Miss Rotdabeue Plowden, oharm- -ed. % 0os. Flid xtrt of Snna, % os. CIAL' Y.
I Io eb f t4 arding tr e l1 young lady of Live Oak, was visit. Relief from Rheumatic Palns. Rochelle Sa ltros. Aro-Sagrado, 10
lBgrlo. is .vlk witr retri rer Ing heuMr. mad Mrs. W. R. McGregar Florida
lob a" Ve mOioldy about,1 ue"11 With rheuma sm for ........Cubane ; of oda,,% o.z..
the' week. over two s, sansdr. o1 wate.r...d.rT. hlycriF.. orie
port a tr portato M Alma Bultc atemded theom- r t o n o e ir dent s a l entirely h a .ule
petition nleges ant cement exercises of the Alachua u S ad any good drug st can prepare Fruit and Trnck GI lvfr
O tl r. discrimnlations toL Balsdena and f ly of km sad tiIA e so I could hardly the medice. L. J. BRMIlX, Editor and 1r"r' .
0 n--, at other times It miold bo._l al r ,.
he Florida growOr by t4e del Live Oak are visiting their son.tn.law, w.k. at othe times it wu.ld be-. OCALA, FLA,
at feet and hands so I W" Inq
1 ea0 d '.Dtatet thAt the Capt. W. R. MoGregar, this week. t fa s .Ond e so I w a n ~ et Hemeo.s
ektlr for duty. One al2t w t" thnm rn are represeP nted on the One Ter ................ ....
Iw' f tor, transportation of Mr. lalaeden expresses htmself as be- w i. n severe pain ad lame f "i .itni onr E.ypt twenty rentuirteu igln ....iehOn
an*ve tab* o i W4 n eere paw and lame fOa of, "" E,,yt twty eenturl' 1110111 00'= dfrom
&ind vegetables from pontn. in Ing well pleased with this section. mr wife wnt to the drug store ae befeor r. hy grtly r bl(NI
iha1ve remained practically un. We are expectitg In the near fu- b the !-.me'uer row inae, .nae that thbiL hy
Sfor the past twenty year, ture an addition to our lively little AM ba's P i a boIt le b ro no'el ta on th.'hack for th t x- tandsmesl illustra1 nsn
berlin's pop Balm. I wasv, ribbed devoted especially to tho of
standlag the rapid growth and burg, In the shape of an extensive cot- with it nd and action orf tils. The first ba th l d veget, r
!ant of the State in all llnes, ton gin ery and grist mill, which will whd g the n i had nearly 'war wimlty n ste ho ld in theo Ao ia .
Sands ahipping fIntrest0. 1-dil l. a tlgto-felt want There lns no bet. h :durir ethenight. I kept O il t hinuer were lue"t A el A spal btriera lsubsr o'
ta the prod titpp on of frultest ter i locattn than .thheis sh an u It fo a little mor than t to ,<,'ws tlme durit the minldle nage. 11- o- months will be ent on r .e, '
ea r u eewa ke and found that It drove he lt:iii.atedl ;anuncripts of the eleventh senem Stemp taken,
S. nterpri. rheumatlUm away. I have not had c i tiry rei.m est carpenters with claw --- --
,ito cona deration the out- We bave come to the conclusion any trouble from that disease for over I'"a=" *. ;, uIvumer. Pre of all sizes.' NOTICE oF GARNIS:IT
State Ia th\e lnes1 lmtntiov- that since the Florida Legislature n three months." For sale by all drug.- froI Im, h ity lustrumients used by I county Judre'scourt. in and ',, \
m ec a reat Ijstlhcee to its great effort to protect all the antl- gtII- tle J 'er. whihh weigh less than half I noutvsorid-uc. H.. -
Sproducer, being nothing mals. fowls of the air. the lhee oi f -- au ounce, to he ~IgianUic fifty ton hamrn- the Kl1 fon;.
a diastrous disariminuation, the sea, lakes and ponds, the t otles, Cenf4eorate Veterant Rsalon, Rich.1 mer of shblpbulTding establishments,. mmmip tDumageaw
phabMe him in the ace of great terraptas, gopher and all greplng mond,. some of which welgh as much as fifty M. I t ai est r.b h-
1S things, they have neleot to p ecM t The Seaboard A"ir Ine announces jnet to an hundred. Evry trade has .lf. 5ll ae ntl' ,
"wlda Friti t and Veetable the modest little animal that Isto held low excurton rates from all Florida its own hammer and Its own way o: al.V W Kga. ftdeng ..
Ae"laon, of which F. D. by tho negro in as great esteem as is points, made one cent per mile to using it .* iboveeorSa aisb.> d
Of this llty is president and his watermelone.. The oppo sum isI Richmond, Va., and return account of _ _ 1 a6-}5 thai 5 Wd of j.rht i '
is aseretary, was organized yet left out and unprotected. He il the reunion-ticket, o al May 26, N IN THE Ur w. Bamt. de, r ,
5 nvlle a tfew months ago. am handsome as the gopher, had sel-* ?. 28. 29 a : ". The Seaboard o oT IN TH eUDr a.bovelt. c "'
a'+voement was originated troh do invades anyono s premises la olrte double d4y earvite from PIrst Appearm.ee D.a nd PI re os i id mouth. xn h.g
Oainevlile and *1Aobma Cotnty the day time. Tampa, JaksonviUe and other Florida r"**m r of Fuwt asr ee semBt wm be given e',, "
fed the boarty eoeope B of the Deth of Sir Bmenjamin Baker. ers and day coaches bnve been ar. tot, 'U"n the. by sntaEurn peara ikn
Sotmt assoctlanl to i e.t. Nw Yo-k, May 21.-A dlogta rnged. so all tary 1be4 comfort fe^ I 7, %ts t g iy Notl-- or APPraICATOn
9pos and prinelple1ae ee : tf 'own r l. c.., annuniicea the death o' able. brrowed-up cuttcle o( the real? earlp | a @t 1KCTN tf "
g ove of the grate----att-et. as Sir BItni,', .Iltaker. ow ,. the in order to allow t pJ atrons to 1>/ p.:rnsites 0*t rtoy thr v:t.-?+,t { LAWSoF rLOiD..
ation ti determiad tnM. W -laims for an I I pIrpI a. he who i uted the u~eimatle ah!e'd 8mboard will honor return lrUon ., .I. 1 r M tl of Ag ,. '
dlt of frlght rM-te W.lch haroen'denri so aud eastlt- Lof Riebtdond Ueketsa f PorutmouthL .' .h: '. ^ter 'itde kiln- this dnrmaorT j torS is_ '


(1 :'\4eIr u neli; ldr ~w ~ 1 0re t va isr to '' its natral'SO
-~.inry* ~ c i 'unellngu4de rve TleThe total round tipft M fr oinsowe :w- j t"" '%xth and I-,rlcda
labs engineering works by. whAkb be ot the important p0btoaInFoia rpC.'e )5,.4-7uod
li',446 skfor Chamberlain's o WWllbe. r'u:"ered are the Irmth ..d9e -''.th~ t '.!t h. M t WAB& M
MW W*fdr!"t ui ar pr,-p ta4ttO0 or0_1 m TM- MA 1304 3f1tWd eve~
Remey. mfdge In kw~Ian and the Amman tahoeos: War..0 .'he~~m f e edit fetC n
ever dy he e t k l asibb N ~ ffel. the VPremib *a ~ & CkSouville 813,75! *~ke .. 1670 ket A dpg rw-tesYe' 4 t~ ub '
toth god Q~a~tJO f sLoaI h ol. ~Lk iy. 37~~Iuo..1. 0 ,11by t. iff r urnpet h 1r~ts p Sebsom* of mob Cewilj.ea'
a Coug~hRemedy.e Ple beaganl ois;i -. e tMakeison....13,76! Plsat~.. 1.17.1 ~.smsseu.14 k s S0 Ol"Wa ai-.11
Piallips of arcay4 vie forms t er a -thlvrplmpe otoio 4.6J0ama ... t -iS m f, r ampl.to.M ercid~Ae s. eme 35 I 10'
towish tell yod u tait los..aj !4idvan ressh1 Os aklhe. .4fMae.. MW18C M5 _____________Web____M__do"___Will________
ChombReerla.n 1o6% .s~ ftJX alse1 ; .. 1.S .dotuc~z
Chmerlti's on j0~jthan the spelss of ~o, t" OS fmesville.. 16.161 h~wiBM
has b X Weenmhqd abr. sifSraaa..-IT b~fs4. %The Assouan U PIewt Ot ....IT fulL



AS WtomototeNOI S& bftlbm awwe aw sowda
.am Anew
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lt5ar; .


hsgtiow ata 5,and
$or displ.Y.i 0st w 47 7

Twice4WCk

ICcl, state sia d be
postagefree. to A' li
)isor Ca&ad*, for a a-WYOs
. rtinig biUll S bes : '. .
e of adve-9">rIs t, a"ls N thrw09 s
tdincontract. hitiSsetktatwen
W euired to p. 1 .


Ufonso thinks that's 8 t b eat
bt by that ever arrvedl '
naturally all the neo*paprS will
Wo some of the credit r" ng
p Spanish stork up a IL r
lovernor Hughes Of ;I*h york
6s to use for a while the -flce he
I before he tries to ran down' a -

rbe New York RepubHioo wommlt-
Shas just ratified the election of
'B. B. Odell to the Downuad-Out


fe experts may succeed In getting
photograph of the canasm in Mars,
they can't get any photo of the
in Panama.
T lntrstate Commerce Commis-
i hp; deided six cases against the
eittrn cotton manufacturers,
Sa&skAd for the same railroad rates'
Si Francisco as from New Eng-
d points. The South having the
etr haul, it would seem should
le the lower rates, but the South
rally gets the worst of it under
utli(can administrations.


mth of April, but with breadstuffa
rin, Ii price and cotton and steel
;ig the average fvor thi month
Si': bu(h hiitgher. Is your income
SOWp iaro, "ith the Increased cost
lilc, ;" not you are losing some
the it. I 1li ean prosperity that the
1i8 r. "(d trusts enjoy.

S "flnio Court of KIasas has
tI : of ouster against the
I.'lr i'ion Telegraph Company
i t iPullman Compaay for not
pi.sf vlth the State corporation
I. As th ,~ Mmdipaale are also
tf| ^m with the federal tat.
rnu. enforeIa6Lof which
% t. nie greoad at them
'" 'stRate business.
r~ imuuement was creat.
tby the runor that
a Ryan,xthe boss of
S- ..-,e, and a ridment of
aff vr the 80satorshlp
r' n ioln Mr. Ryan-
1 i, ..n proud of d native
a given a good deal of
Ny tr and last. Hi most
S" ti.n waa the l taes
t Jicated at slnu d4
t news that tbh James.
I 'w as ia finaaeal fi.
,- ',Ar. Ryana embeibed to
'. of the board hat the
L : ad so a ptm
Tbetory V"ig.
l.that be wa agsr tsi
a the tas % it ba
cc tho


the
S- th e




the ^ 1^ ^ L^ ^^ ^ ^
cc^ TheKS


tht h'Most oathMa r at 4 I na
y too dep t e outsider to
~" ,o4 a ott o... "w. othee was ie branch of t6e
Of lO ^ .4 which diUkssion of the tost vital public In.
i e 1 10 p ents a tereet. It was the Iction of the con-
the atr rom which Im- groes devoted to the atudy and proven.
it d that there will tio of consumptiomt. Almost all of
O" 0yt alone this the progress In popular knowledge of
Sb1l,00 .b of ootton this dreaded disease in the past few
Ol cost abeut 110,000,000, as years has been due to the National
ottan bqlg long staple Assieation. It has branches in flit
e ea4sd variety,, tt sells for teen States, will ltav them in seven
l ,lhher e tan our upland more Suites before the summer Is
o This Import.d cottoa only over, and is affiliated with the Interna-
with our sea-Island product tional Society of the same sort which
There s- iot suffeilent of that will have an Immense congress in
4tity rwfeed here to supply the.de- Washington next winter. The chief
it Ii probable that the price work of the National Association now
te home product Is not reduced is education. It has prepared a nuim-
bY tfose Imports. .* ber of blimple volumes for free distri-
As. there is no tarf on cotton the button. These tell just what consume*
Southern planter Is nat protected from tlon is. how it Is spread and show the
gpeiltiton, but as he is now 'recelv. best methods of precaution against it.
flg a fair price for his product, with They show that the disease can be
a rising market, he is making mofey, checked at almost any stage and en-
The Republican theory of protecting triely cured in the earlier stages, and
the wheat farmer with a tariff tax of in fact, give a world of simple and
25 cents a bushe las shown by the low practical information that ought to
price of wheat during the past year, be known by everyone in every corm
to be useless, because no product can manity. The officers of all the State
fe protected from competition, by societies are anxious to forward this
p)aclng a tariff tax on it, of which work for education, and persons inter-
there is a surplus that must be sold ested will be furnished with literature
abroad. Our surplus of both cotton and suggestions on application to
and wheat must be sold in the markets tw.em. Anyone interested and wanting
of the world In competition with the advice can get it byeapplying to the
surplus of other countries and the de- health officer of the nearest town,
.*and In those markets regulates the who will be able to put them into
price of .the wholu crop wherever communication with the office of the
gron and wherever sold. nearest State society.
tariff tax on wheat was not In- . ... ... "-- '- .L


cuded in the -Dingley law to protect
tne wheat farmer, but as a deceptive
snare to lare him to continue to vote
the Republican ticket and Republican
leaders who enacted a tariff on % heat
,knew they were trying ,to deceive the
wheat farmer when they. put It Into
the law. They-would have likewise
placed a tariff on cotton to try and
deceive the cotton grower, but, as
theAe were all Democrats such a tar-
iff tax would have been politically use-
less.
The growing political independence
of- the farmers bf the wheat-growing
States has been .brought about by
their discovery that protection does


not protect the farmer, but does il-
pose a heavy tax on him by the high never-nt.kP,'1.b ope.. Tu o N
prices that the tariff protected trusts U"tnMb ,Nle 'ire o rSy ia. iS btamc .d t.~
charge for what he buys. Those In- $toctiug nemdy Co., Chicago or N.Y. S
telligent farmers who have always ANIUAL SALL TEN MILLION BOXE
supported Democratic policies know .
this and now their Republican neigh-
bors are also having their eyes opened. M t! REVIVO
I, -,-_-_----RI 8Vr--_ eg V UT
The Republicn nominees for Pr- -
dent and V ice-P resident have bet n do e a l
cided upon'by President Roosevelt a
Taft and Hughos. It is interesting to l l II
know that Bost Cox of Ohio has by THE i
acting with the President been able C AUWD q
to bring about this happy family ar- VLW "L "TO JlI W3nm or
rangeiient I)y backing his fellow producesedmert .ult ain 301das. It act'S
Sowerfu ly stalqaiI,. ; (,i wh4i others faii.
townsman for the nomination. It's a Yolunmenncatpr'*. r.r I' wir li at rtnhd ar)d
.l d ... e od .o old men many ov, r o,.'ir youthful vigor b)
cold day wtcen "Coxey old boy" getx uslMI RVivo. it ,iul k;y and quietly re.
left in a political deal and h.e is no weate rvouar-'tr" vAiniiv. sMemory,
in a fair way to take the place of Wsaiag Diftse s.a.nt ive.'t%,of m'!f-abiujt no
exaei &04 ladi trr-t' n. i, b unfit t s fos
"my dear Harriman' as a welcome st y. butiesor,..io u -. ,. iot m ron cvruro
guest at the W white House. Politics a -, alstI9" ',, %(|..a .hItflibt Ol (
swrwoo Seale. siad bll tived builder brimoirw
certainly do make strange bedfellows. bark th pi.kglow I, sor hie anld r1
toningg th ge0i1 eo rih. It 'taI s s0 .
:. -..-.. ::- -: ro t .laIts-. ,,.. '. ihihtti,,, IR VIV ,
.. .,. .- -o t a.- eI be b r ir 't in ve Is another re-organisation of the m n pie r .t (,-irp fr 4.oo. VWe
cabinet impending? The report that g i a. ,, t rt f .h Iti
Secretary Root ha.. "ldeaA of his own" MVIM MlSIOt CO.. MrIse Bids.. C e. U
and has therefore become distaste- For ile In Gsiv.r'vi!le. Florida, tby
fut to the PreI"ldent and that Secre- W M. Jobnseo. Drovrgif
*&*w U manrtaIwara in bvi t Ittla at.


ary Bomapart is pay '-i ng D .ui v wi-
tentlom to the busin, s of his depart-
ment, is the way changes are general-
ly heralded lu advance.
The Roosevelt machine State com-
mittee of New York has turned down
a resolution by 32 to. 4 endorsing Gov-
eraor Hughes for President. New1
?prk Republicans till have to be anat-
tised witt Teddy or Taft.

S&rs or OO, Cm or To, o,
* LPcas OocXTT. I
Phlk J. Chemey mak oath that
he Is eskir partner t te a frm st
V. r M. ey Co., doSeg bea laS
% t"u aty of Itelt O y d a
a *ate aftreald o Uad a t mild r.i wol
Ji ,* um f ev O Iamen Xpiter
W id f wse i ade an aI l



an"I A. Du
Swam r~e ss a ds'~yy


boa for
Im Dowels
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mur Now mwqw wr mor


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Every Machine.


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Confederate Veterans' Reunion


Richrm ond, Va.,


May 30tIto June 3rd
Viaa


Atlantic Coast Line Ry.,

Tickets on sale daily from May 2flth to 80th in.
elusive. Rate for this occasion is $183 7 from
Jacksonville for the round trip, or virtually one
cont a mile for distance tralihel. with correspond.
ingly low rates from all points Extension of
limit to July th an Mbe obtained by depositing
ticket with Special Agent and payment of fifty
cents at time of deposit. *"
For full information and Puilman reservation
write or call on FRANK C. BOYL8TON, District
Passenger Agent, Atlantic Coast Line, Jackson.
vile, Fli.


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I$Mlas traore ewkyedla

i'dolkno i, MO $I-NOW,
41Ii, Now Hare and Ifmt.
all d~ivisien Orlon h ra.
'Aai th 9ofy, asthe smutt
~oe -$I NA1004S t nir demand
.a day.. it
Yorkr to Ldomoa

GDa, Snkey Dead.
gorr,,I, T. i MLY 31.-Tbe
~~ir D Jroea P -'wason buin;y,

p 0..* Md.Was tin oldest
Potitofffqifoke In Rocheeb-


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lwUi har .-4% V~ Fa e


C.1 U gnsleaThl. '


em allfd cold l* ass)
%imthe Warm blso 4 she
that their bised qb=g
The temv0eItW9 A
be aimimt extetly-the i a
water around it.14
degr,'e higher. A~V
Is bigher to smunei t"
the avrage beiftg40 1$.

As 101 degre.'s.
ceaflWed in Her.
ethe-Dua yuotr mistwnd t
.hIs euufIodence ftNgartllms bis
Atabo.? Young Wife-Oh,
ft, on#y this morming
Win to let me have $30
SWO beuaid hewas very
%* so bad juot
tpass"bl do It.- Ch


t bchet that tanl
W. 'AA bhb Ittmate
M IIi


H ned by TOR.
ll your system
I ftak poisons
# leave a trail
wae HERB.
teral or narcotic
1t. hap.h remedy of


I. ." ". ",, dextfdiah the htig o ter. Itm.tv .. : I|l. f t.* ap and leaves no

Vene D CUM
ta Utu ;u' s,,o. mlft all Udishe. I t g IIbe 3k. LlA. asart "IWas
(9 ha t t, for Sh .me qdog' I New O egI- Ii-t trosrmle, the
aEult ind t 1 t p1aw datg oouse., but lt pr I'm* to Waoo twa oto try
t' .int -e riMhnn It .t a yet sa B b*ort time. I cannot
TiltssMa s Is a o s w m ye . .. . too h wsty.f


/ c broiled bon, tee liiment Co.
pa.a eil.e nd smothered onfima. A1tre- c oo
t and the Im* paw d wt unutterable sk L,.. Thebe -
eaves oae by o 4 emptied into a pot -o
Tht Denti.ls tthe drid t 4or 'e.. tock," and t.en when
and t ttresilon. ; e the loM60rtalpn In complete for
cat"b every ttur n t Iao sorice th pmesq pg genius of the
valpri i (.4 or *besn o. kiaen pwour Into the ecstatic chatec. S1 q u TO'NT
lhed tl.i tlrouglh the w. of ine green dut--tbe
the a>.fd breathe tble t*a you l re a plate that woulM f ave
p r e. th~`at s meur toa at 4 I t4Ce l48lgasW p in simple wonder.
mot 1i only half a man There l tlike i It nor shall be till
who pdos't b ament forget the our p ae deceised.-New York
needs t ri4.the toIntoxication B1.1_______
of prte kI The lovelness of ( ioo wpoatea1l
Valgewo Aistf dUfrent froa 0it00t i% 6ol, Cholea and E-VO a 'nR
that rs air west '. r AiRemedy. E, VO Z M R .
S $00tb. b Roe etropical, and te. Atrats -of Title and full Informatioh fornished resardiug trL r i
muotlalI do nsot rle to the height to .-- p --bly no medie that county. Opu manager hat lived in this sounti thirty yearr ar.t
wh"h re am stilled by srop ro h aWOa with more implicit con- t horbughly conversant *o_ land tit-rl.
dent o fda iso 06i 0 d *am Chamberala's Colic.
equator or goom f ChOlr sadM Diarrho Remedy. Dr VY
malk oe fe7tnare of th 66W t O third of a century tn whi
Bodkl e. i feiftof mnorehumno It ah beeja use, psple have learn. IJRE, ACC1DENT, BUROLARY AIND INDEMNlTY IUkS-. t; .' re
type, Wlitle oe 60",e4d poi0t when that it i s one reme that setting at number of prominent Amerlean aind English )imrli .i.
we know .that oiQ hl his abode there. 2 hn redui with REAL ESTATE A ND IOTY LOAN .
Theo Andes. the Alp or the RocklWSWdwe Ls its ttto iat.r-- e F1or
are bold sud auttes. They need no ____ _@Iy __ dru__i__________
ltfe. Lite 1i ot meant for them. But-
ic.h coqtrustI and cbsa.q as are con-. -
sttly presetedto the eyIn the 7Z ST A COMP
soft"egd landscapeare ore ezquiite-YD T AM V C MPAII
wbio aan Is pott(og about on tbo O i
snrfte, trying to imagine tht be l0 of D. ROBT. 0. OWERS,
some eel Importnoe na the eartb.-,
Reader Masas. .e .,DENTIST.
tOoIise I miller Law ezhange.
The terms admittedd to the bar" and Qflee Phone No. SW; ResldenceNo. 1 A
"before the bar" are of English origin.
The "bar" in question Ib the barriler
or rallying which separates the Judge A. CARLISLE, -
and the other offtcer of the court from ATTORNEY AT LAW
.the nest of the courtroom. In erilor
days the ~rtles to a suit presented And Solieltor in EquitKy OV M 8.rA.ILI GXT -S EA.OE -WE "W EJE
themselves before this bar, accompa- XTWIEN
aled by their counsuuel. A lawyer, after Bea' letate, Ooeveyaaelng and Oea.
keeping the required number oft terms eral Practtle. All busiess prom ti) JacksOnvillll a Qd 'New York,
at the ans of eurt and Pas t. oe. O TamtIS, Foam Callin at OHARLfO, C., both ways.
stactory exaninatiwoa wae t.ao en- *edt.0. e rt
titled to appear on the bar on be- Te Flaet 8tIl hi l tn"e' Coatwie Service
half of a ellen or, to otber words, he
was "admtte to th bar." Te En H.LAA. Clyde ew England and Southern Li-D
lilb word "banitr" suggest the teeb. -
aIeal meanig of this word.-SBerap PAIreighb lrissB eseven JAOKSOVILLE, BOTON and
Book D R TI PROVIDEMZC, and All Bstern Points,
Book. D Ting at Charleson both ways.

Pythu worship or te worshp o: O er Do a Cot a O o S GalIsT S
snake gods Is still practiced I parts othbonVd............................. m Lewis' Wharf, lt*
of the '*weat coast of At ick. Is Di. ort__hboond............. .... FromIFooteofOatherine s..t Jek
homey and Aslanti tIe Ste AIle "
where pythons are kept to receive the
oration of the ppe. H .. DR. DVERE B. MORRIS, CMve. St Joh iV Ir e
are sot confined to th Betwen at the JACKSOK LJ d SAN0
temples. Pmall beles l left aI e ...DENTIST.... Betw n JACeI>No V .I.J and BANPoi
lncloeing wall, though .wlhie t hy Stopplna at Palaits, Astor, Beresford (DeIafd).and laterm edittt 1:
pae and mouetimes mak tebr slves .on 8. Johns River.
Ttry mu.h at home In th bheasa of Oea over Mairouns adets. Pbo9e -3 riaBs
h oW. ,t asf N a_______ ISteamer 'OITY OF JACKSONVILLE
priests come and with aVs apotolies Is appointed to *aU as follow: Leave Kdeanrvlle. So rP,11E f ,
to his stakeship pick bb p ad e.I n FZRDINAND BATt. Thoerlay0, 8:30 p. ReturanI, lean. v afford, Modb )3,,
ty him back home. A e w-ealayeasd Frsys. uC a. as.
Shim back borne. A''ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Toe o Rlse. GAW L. L FLOaw.o aDse^ V3B fW $
asked bMa bn oL.ow"...ry: (a PER ..** M ......P............ *t'
SI m aR a ssreu ot. a am 1 wt .d ui M.0o0 ome... .... ...........6 ,...............
pagelebs sew raatst^el^s Irs *I a IIIiitSS.d him *. .... .......*eM f ^ed) L ............. S
pe.I It saIy safety I I ws llhstofwUlyoto5Ig l e^. hl4UI _. lO :'DO:I:::I:: ^
St'i hIi Pt Ss..iam tA, R. MATHBOW & BAXTlER, i B A1) TIOW m i _W.AJIC

T" e chae. ATTOBNIas.AT-LAW, IIu PuIam, T. P. A.. A. 0. l V--,r. .. PY o
7,l af tw a 4y SOLI.. M OCITORS s ONANCERY. .. o, 0 rams, F: T. M.. o. tIe, e. P. A.
bad tag U Bresiway, New Tt. .
'Tal dents, e1 havae *AI3nUVILLR. Alainee Co.. PLA L D. J5dm T. A. A., Lg A.,
dI wend tgIther ,-- - W. s. VA.. t Y, ork
& Week o=,-,--.. w** a,.,. U* y
idM- m, ,, a _. 0. -wtiin. __


An oftme

do th sawb. b AW&A
tat muchO. WldIs
TOW 0~ Otyg""


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iat~tt


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Ot 06 a


VERY
rract' w ^Whk
iTn Two Ho.nlrd
wre*d veyed
Cumlssionor at
The United tan







Ten that th e at of
has sent out of i a
under dayf r t )
rNoetics Ibrecbyei
H, t D T Wl. ,It- ..42. R-
.39 acres., h 8 b .. .....
e lastructions,; wt
or of the o g
at th he plat wl e e
ied n this offe le ite r m wll
' the 20tM day of J"l a "*a
*hat on and after Boach gt i
eparpared to reoeT .
to foter said land.
"HENRY B. CHUBB, luster.
"SIELDE WARBIN, Resolv.."
The above tractklgjkr i%* In
ose of the most fltflt" ae qle o
bouth Florida, it will be .op, WrM be
open for homestemd In Juse,'and wi
so doubt be rapidly taklti 60.
A few months ao a lafre a of
Government lands in f lotath orlda
was surveyed and =il to appn-
cation for homestead, ad awF pro-
portion of these lands have already
been occupied. t


A PRETTY HOME WEDDING.
Mr. Wm. McNally and Mise Della J ly
Were Happily Married. *
Orange Heights. May 21.--The mar-
rlage of Miss Delia May Jolly and Mr.
Wm McNally of GainesVillle took isace
on Wednesday at 3 p. m. at the home
of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
. E. Jolly, when the ceremony was
performed by Rev. father Lynch of
Galiiesvllle, a gathering of relatives
nd friends witnessing the nuptial.
A dainty robe of white silk batiste
-over white %jlk was worn by the bride.
Thtr(. were no attendaPts, the bridal
couple coming alone, kh&eplng time
to Mendelssohn's WeddiSng March,
which was played by Miss Belle
G(iger of Waldo.
The decoration# of the pb sue were
how-i attractive and artistic, being all
earriid out in spanIsh 'moe, ferns,
beautiful pot plants and cut flowen.
Afttr the ceremony tbe young
cii1,. received the oongraulatalons
of th r relatives and friends, after
L.it;i r'fr.Ahments 'were served.
'rTh. pretty gifts were displayed In
0! .f the rooms. There wa silver-
-:* china. glaaaware, woodenware,
I! r.' and fancy work.
Tl, rt were present from out oftown
34r .iNally and son, Bother( and
br,, *r of the groom. froat (ales-
f>I ,lr. and Mrs Reasley, gr0ad-
fa'*,r anid grandmother of the bride,
fr ,. Tanipa; Mrs. Andrew Joy anad
", .r. Kramer aad augh ,r, and
:-- i,.i. (,iger fr"T Waaldo, Mr.
a. 'r. Thigpin and three daugh-
.. fr,> Rochelle.
i Mrs. W. MoXally will make
..'. ;! their futw ho e.
i h thbm a om aa hawy life.
A U3ADUR.
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The oard of rme .
.. Ik. Tuesday Mrlmg, wic Wa
"otended aspecaal f a- ,
'h Floruda latfwl %"old
[ :* rda Alaglcuftfin'Illst a be-
:. board ta te iatnrest of
1in no' l ciNa
*" .i ,tuon they 161M t ilt eOt
S. r rpopcutve p O R ei
t'1 he bearty eStwA e
"' triall Xaeot Is b I*e s
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S 1th ina term of mu.
bo a attag Wd-
at 19 Dp k. There
)rtao o taiaterw awovt-
SiLailde aiohn df the grand
the Seeoru will a very busy
t o t of Fr D Bu, oarged
i th a with Intent to auder,
llatwmnr action, aud he win proAb
t Ii ote#d Wednesday. uaA,
S gd wEh ending an in-
I ar a e tiA to the bome of Ms.
6 Moiiothy -on GorIa avenue,
% two weeks ago, wa u ondi over
Judge Broyles .under a $10,000
e Od. He has never been brle to
the bond, and is still incarcer-
o Inthe count jall. s'
dIas ae ist one of the most son-
ai inarIi the tbleory of Fulto coun-
tl otdrta, and the action of the grand
.)try and Mte subsequent trial,n case
o I la iated Is awaited with morp
Ia" ordlary Interest.
SAbng the other matters which the
rau d Juty WuM no doubi condlder are
te a nin. bucket'shop cases, which are,
ala awaiting action. Thes parties In
these cases were Indicted some time
t eo, there being ten in Jail, but one
wa used a tt cae of the Boyka
lOw prehhifting g oe operation of buck-
It shoys In thi state. Tr e operator
was convicted and fined'$1,00 by
Judge Roan, of the criminal dHvtrion
et tMe superior court, and tihe udg-
senta was afinrmed last week by the
supreoe court.
maedhtately after the Vedulon ot
the higher court w .enederedt So-
lictor Hill directed Captain Monahan
to prepare the lnd4ctments agalast the
other partles and have them ready by
the 4me the grand Jury meets.'
.Judge Roan has not decided the date
on which he will convene court, but,
it ia protbable the reenainder of the
btcket shcp cas s wtt be among the
firat disposed of.-

If You Don't
Stbbeed thp frt time use Herbine
and you will pt nastant relief. 'e
greatest Uver refiu.tor. A ponstive
are for Constipation. Dyspepela, Ma-
lariA, Ohlls.and all liver complaint.
Mr. 0-. of tmory, Tezas, writes:
**My wfe has been usin Herbine for
herself and children for five years.
It Is a sur cure for constipation and
maria fever, which Is substantiated
by wIat It haa done for my family."
dtt by W. M. Johnson,

and of investigation.
6an Franciseco, May 21--This weck
It is said wJ.i see the end of tne
grand jury's'graft investigation, nx-
cept for the picking up later ct loose
ends of testinsony. concerning the nil-
nor corruption deals and the examin-
ation intn the affairs of the municipal
department's. Evidence concerning
every one of tie big grafts which the
prosecution announced their Intention
of exposing ,I well in hand, and a
batoh of Indlt ments will, It Is ex-
pewred, be voted within the neat few
days. District Attorney IAagston
has stated that tre conclusion of the
gigantic work la no nearlag comnple.
tipn.
Iandigeetilon.
With Ita companions, heart burn,
flatulence, torpidity of the i'ver, co-
*tpstbob palpitatlol of the heart.
vous symptoms. sallow askin, (ons
of other alments Ia at once the mot

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Beneficent epidemics are scarce, but sauc, a one has struck Oalnesvilll
and people of every station and occupation have the fever.
It is most interesting and instructive to study the cnsHtantly change
line of applicants for Pocket Banks as it f le through The Sun's b in
office. There is the mother, bringing her daughter with her and aeourt
bank for the girl, another for herself, and inqirng anxiously whether *
mty have another for the boy who is af work. She receives it p.a, I.i P
Boys oome-teone are steady, 0erioua. oChapef who havbeg
think 0o their own aooeunt, uhd who ask qeions about the operiwt
thb scheme which show the results of rubbing up against th' wo*l.| W
Then the High Sobo6l girls and b ys, py'and active, while te. wor
rsn andl busladm man "slip in" during the noon hour to get a
bg or girl at home, after asking one or two leading questions to
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pi J. Thomas Copulmpa a,
Mrs. R. Smith of Tarenon wh has
dlg In the city for the p stwo dafe,
ed tois homo yesterday. Het s
lost Hunting-dw watch*
ber of cam 1511145- She fn- I

'SMarshal C. C. Harwell wll aOptai
G. Shebee of High Springwa were
sactit bushlness ie n o thi Lty ye I

Mrs. A. E. Wittatock ad daght r,
iss Cora. have gone t e o Carwater
ere they were called owt. & 1nt
the illness of a relativ. wt
T.oung arrived couple, .o children,
Id like to rent furnias .at or
." centrally located. Addroes*
Price and particulars. Boxs aL
Mrs. Janie Haynes, who h- been
Iding in this city for the p"t foe
th.i. has gone to Dunhelot, which
e she will make her futre home.
I L. Hodge, a prOW1at1 t eittten
tad business nman oL'UWWW was
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SObituy has tetnrne( from a
si"t to his parents, Mr. d Mrs.
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Jir le-A new U-roosa house: a
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MApy 4to 0 ,BS wSt.
-' -o stationery prlated at The

tvrond at reasonable prices rs ou

A true lemon extract Is a hard
.th"l to ftd unless you demand theu
Bl uest obtaiable. '
W.T. Williams of Jacksonville Is
a4sditsg a few days In the city. Mr.
formerly resided In Galne-
a d has many friends here.
Ile Brown left Mon.ay for
ville, N. C., wherg she will
n the summer. Friends wslh her
a pleasant and beneftlal outing.
Mr. and *Mrs. J. B. L, well known
amd prominent people of Melrose,
weto amos those who favored Gaine-
vltil friends With a visit yesterday.
SThere I no article of food more *a-
trtlous, or healthful than Argo RedW
Salmon. As a brAn and muscle build-
er, It Is far ahead of beef or other
meata.. .
The ilatnt son of Chas. W. Paval
apd wife, colored, died peterday, and
will be buried today. Charlie has
many friends, both races, who sympa-
thise with him in his troubles.
J. B. Jordan, a ginger of Sea Island
cotton at High springs, was in the
city for a few hours yesterday. He
was en route to Jacksonville, where
he had been summoned on business.
Friends of Dr. J. H. Alderman, the
dentist, will be pleaaea to-Jearn that
he is out again, after an Illness of
several days with typhoid fever. He
mnid ow be found at his office again,
as bright aa Jolly as ever.
Ior stoach troubles, bllllousness
and asoueslpatlc try Chamberlain's
Stomach ad Uver Tablets.' Many
tWmarkable cures have been effected
by then. Price 25 oeats. Samples
tree. For sale by all' druggists.
We acknowledge an agreeable call
yesterday from K. P. Cook and C. K.
Wetherington of Newberry. the latter
entering his batIe on the subscription
Ust of The Sun. Mr. Cook Is an old
friend and subscriber of this paper
for years.
W. P. Boulware of Orange Heights,
one of the best known san most eIN
ce sful planters In his seAfton eo th
county, was trading In the city Moim.
day. Mr. Boutware states that the
crops are looking fine after the recent
rain, and a good yield is Iexpected.
Col. J. 0.sNichols and daughters,
Miss Alice, left yesterday for Klngsl
too Mass., where they expect to r.
main for the next few weeks. Miss
Nichols Is a general favorite here
among the younger society people,
aU of whom will miss her, but wish
her a pleasant outing.
A. ONe.ll, who i s recaperattlag
tor a few days at Worthingtoe
Springs, writes friends that be it hav-
ing a big time. and that he in inimrov.
lug every day. He declares Worth-
leapon is the baest spring to Florlda.
ad Is proving of great bteot to
anay who are soonrasg there.


Rev. J. B. Nem. It0 Chrtistan'
ovangellst who h~ bem coadettIag
services this b ity for the pmst mfw
&aye left Moday tor NwtoaM. Al...
where he wfll be emnW d sWimlarly.
Mr. Nplbob is so an t and A ithful
worker, aMd As aspasse a great dJel
tof good for the Christaia bnrhb
whle hare.
Miss Minnte Lee of Motim. m*w
Abehe int7i W P,+ r msr l lemst
s*ool taadma* ws a Is c dty t
baw nesT M lOq.iw beai an
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L aws.sn uaranteethemer -.*
acts to meet ll requirements.
Mrs. Vina Dekle of Lake Butler, aft-
ter a pleasant vlatt to Mr. and Mrs.
B. R. Colon, has re to the West
Ind, whore she* wls Spend several
days with relaUtlve before returning
home.


Bagineitr Bemard Hodges of the
Atlantic Coast LAoer-with headquart-
ern in High Springa, was in the city
yesterday. Besnard Is probably the
youngest enginOer i the service of
the line, and Is very popular. He
resided in this city at one Utime. *
C. W. Colsoa and daughter. Miss
Clara, and Miases Chastaine Sanaers
and Matilda IAndee all of Trenton,
have returned to their home, after a
visit to relatives and friends In this
city. Miss Cobot has been attending
the high school here, and made her.
self quite popular among her class-
mates.
Alite Cone of Havana, Cuba. spent
a few hour in this city with friends
yesterday. Me. Cone is en route to
his homo, from Champaigne, Ill.,
where he has been attending school.
He Is a nephew of Mrs. J. E. Wain.
wright, this eity, and attended Bast
Florida Seminary jere, where he
gained great piplmrlty among the
faculty and his W low students. .
C. D. Wood of ,Arher and Dr. W.
W. Scott of .H; laU e Ohio, were in
the city .vestrday sad made The Bun
an bgreeabli i Od 2r. Scott, who Is
a young man, k"a ra Utly graduated
from the Chattanaona Medical College,
Chattanooga, Teem. ad Is now on
a visit to his cosuan, Mrs. Wood. He
la well please with I section, and
expresses his Intention of locating
here.
Among the prominent South Florida
people who spent Monday Jn this city
was Rev. G. W, aa 4[lkle of Winter
Park. a misatoniry or the Preebyter
lan Sunday o*f Board. He was
enroute from T?1a, where on Suoday
he organized a s*y prmlsing ool,
with the prospeata of a m =berdh;p
of forty or mui. Dr. Van Sickle was
also here Frday of the past week.
and delivered an interesting address
In North Oalnesvlio baUl.






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VYSTRADAY'S GAMES.
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Charlestn Won Over Jacksonv1 ll
After Clee Game-Other Result. I 1 U
The result of the giumes In the o'PRKTA
80uth Atlantic League yt.stcrdaywas -
as follows!


Jacksonville 0, Charleston 1. ill lu
ninu.)
Austa T. Maon 0.
Savannan 0, Columbia 6.

WeigandlsMaae Rehearsal.
The Bun Is requested to announce
that the rehearsal of the Wilganl
mass chorus will be held this evening,
Instead of Friday evening, as was at
first Intended.
The sacred mass will be held on
Wednesday, May 29, at Holy Trinity
church. This promises to be one of
the moet beautiful mases o the sm.
son, and a good congregato n s an-
ticipated.
Sn Reute oe Englantd.
W. H. Byles of WindSor was in the
city Tuesday. Mr. Byles, who is
one of the oldest and taiost widely
known residents of his section of the
county. Is en route to bis former home
In England, which he has not visited
since a boy of seventeen. He expects
to be abseat until fall, and his friends
wish him a safe voyage and pleasant
sojourn, which will no doubt be the
case.
At Soheol Auditerlm.
The twp debating msoelet of the
OGtMaevillh Graded and High School
eatnrtalted their friends In an inter.
esting program at the auditors last
mait. the debate being fqolowed Wb a
*ibleil program, reeItationsa, *t
?he function was largely aluadel.
and i program of the proceedlgs will
be published Ina later tWve, a m
a they oat be secured.


Mrs. K. A. Taylor, wo has been
modWtlus The Oakms H e I t iN
dt ftor the past two yeas, hts do.
se"d to so to St. Augsutim, where
he wtil assume the ums*Mt it
tOe ,falmeto. The O@ b Ibmt ,Om
18Med by Mr. Van Ales. at w.tklhai
"d OOMpetut beolt d tt a, i
wnme charge of the MSMy mJW


Having dded.. .. to ..... 4 k
tS de artnmmt. to tte 4i ams
"th. 1. we wish tto e eayO
hPefWt o thanks or the inoalm
pmapt mad fe the i eidases
d atver anad n5ua1a wowwe have
ftve4vd. ad ale m mo ArnaWM oeaur
etwow at severe a b ae cem
elstls whi4 e. 0w "W ded over
a pwiod atf im ear*w, der.
1- which ies formed a
mo0t aiasme f1= tfor thoe
way friends am mm- who have
almsed with a mtwo alln, or a pat.
*f this Us.
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