Title: Gainesville daily sun
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 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 23, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01122
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
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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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O got. The rev.
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iOf Nleareua. As
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'Wy 22.-'r-h.
feiasOte at &Wra t aile-up wz~ien
bow' ~ii~aMonday has
'*Masr In which the
1111ad *about p9rdlng,
d. Nearly 00 banl.
lbro sor

In 0 9 yit andsurb

Wag1, *lsW N esesed ran-
1 )t~g Myr War
s 6i0Vsi~apsallithes
MtI md bd given ope
"t to allow so cofigie.

VU Instituted by 'the
ii 54 ~uUgbt,amid Pow-
SI' theresult of the re-
of A uloit anWuig
the that they were

J~~jetJamison states
4at~ ~ ~ 11 nh~~e h pver recognize
pt~t~0*~6Iel.OUO001cers will
'00 soonatas adquate
protst ~ h&IT"o. beicers wall
be t~i~sall tbwetreet cars.
$boM, _'penq are employed by
94 000PPftrti4 lly 200 are affill-
Atet*19AUvao,'llmn wbo are
Ot *06 i~~tmusi nIOaedraw-
lug R4 l~o~ ot at Work.
.tol~hifebo theatterwas packed an
.90004-V*M to heir the ad!ress by
T go lavis pr. D idsat. oatk
A,1ca0u P'4ersti Of Labor.,

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Would eielgn Office Before, He Wold
Give Audience to the Carriers.
SSavaunah, GOa., May 21--4owre-
man Charles 0. RIwards "s arous-
e4 a rnet'e seat to his rofusa to
reeolve a deleatlon of letter oareri
beaeao of their eooerk.4akh.
It was tr this spel rteAson tiat
the congrssemn decllim to itve the
comattese in audlnace reueated. sad
he has brought about hia ears the 64-
verse e66tmest, of many leadiag men
In private asd public life.. Ao.ptg
those woe have critictied the con-
remasea severely are Judge Samuel
B. Adams, Mayor George W. Tied-
maa, State Benstor W. B. Stephens
and W. W. Mackall. They declare
that the ea6reeeman had no right to
refuse to k delegatlon of his 6a.-
Uaterrild ity the erlitelms, Mr.
UMwards reaWane ersoe *ad calm. He
says: 1.
1 bbave wele teltaefe eagrat.
ufatuag ms upeS ma sead from all
over the ouste ag *0 S. eWas coo-
vincd that the gr .laesHy of the
white people apprr. It a-ettag
negro committees, att a trynag to
saub ood whfeftes jI., a part
of my oeclal dutle I .'Old resig
the ofice by wire. I do aot con-
eelve It to be my dty."

Killed In angle~r Trst*
lnbl N. T.e p iV4., ftela t
*enale. eaatbouad, m the ftev York
Ceatral Jumped the tr wel ft ke
Basin, east of UIAkt PaiW Tueday
eoralg at Wes ft l4b la et*e.
ISad special trla tNe 09. Mt ad,'
crashed Into wae *No. g-,
Pesmaa Finley., V Now TOt. wa
instantly kuiled O Wa ew' 1 Tie-
bly. of the passeaser' t t w th
lred. RBiunewer OyO ad Ire-
eame of the tfright. mI e cay old.
, Others hurt 'i 'Aw Th. Ut-
%1 ftle hospital. are sr.- ;a4 e
gera o Torost Q M.
MAllf~s .. at N4w York c* O
A6ot dliasgtoa. was Ue V o
ft ""Nor trai" ad b Z 106
fht e New<* )um -' )wk st
S6 be peaswniter tros ppaWled
b is the opposite dirodite

ilimest alt 1 SOL

hr the eetap r t.
0ity 4 w*fwme V a i

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Vbosl tem, JI Y. *Nay U.mt

DIUse i atred Outbrek Is
8treiets of Odeam


Pfty*Tter People, In.l"'ing Many
Wsman ad Children, Were Taken
to tal Sufteri fam in-.
at elved.
Msy 1.--ft34ae ps*
e im an tho lb lpll aue
titec k broken headset.r abs or

,nW e i^t, utbts the, black
hcin Voiaab teto e e
a titr three o9olal.
= = lo xesahboaut hundred
p dieS w ese I- rotlinjured.
The o letter of the loo Icluded
womai, eibldrea ard alts. mt It
a0e146 t ht, ovt of I0'" for the
seaunasilq of the thb oloer,
whoaB the Jews had aloi0med "the
eres of the anti-Jewiual riots," the
pole* turneMd the black bndjred loode
raned with clubs and rul* sticks.
ThbQ Jews were brutally beaten lan
te streetss. and many b4ss- in the
wishh quarter were lootl and their
Me upants terribly beateRi. '
'The M1iorder lasto4, r. rveral
hours, the police making to a lempt
to suppress It.

Ngro Republican St Amegue.
Washlanton, May i .-A certMcte
of laIorporation of the .Iepublicas
Bta Jease, aj orantsation of negro
stiseai ,ltf 'tuWm4tmte wu ,fil.
WIkh reco r doer, of deed -ere MO -
d"y. The deolored object of the
ler.-e Is to improve AeU oo t06 o3 of
at its mtabers ad the race gueOral-
ly, to ooloet, eomplie and distrWtte*
taltrmation oncerling the status of
thbe Sero race In American polkica::
to prbtt the civil "ad political rights
of the negro people; and to encour-
age aegro qltisean to adhere to the
pitaelples and policles of the repub-
lican party.. -'he incorporators pf
the league are Robett B. Mount,.
Richard D. Ooodma. Harrison ade-
Its, Walter Tate and Harry Clarke.
The headquarters of the ordanlatioan
wlU be nla this city.

Treutle I EMurOpean Turkey.
BerU, M May .-A ispato to the
.Prankf rter Zelttba from aloanka,
Bmaroean TurKley, my that a de-
tactueat of Iftrkta troops May 19
sauoceed IS captUtar th b troing-
hold oa the BDlgarsa bandp Ia the
YealdJe lake region, The 'Bulgrt*
asa lost flfty meae it is alleged,
to the acet that t outa killed their
prisoners. te Tord sh lose ws erv-
O sen killed. The Bulgarta are
threatening to &Wttq aUl the Greok
a Turkish vttage a the Tealdo
ilasrlet. ________
eesed autor 49 pree heow.
Sotoe. IMy IS.-Mat1y peothe
leadl sho boeMs stable. were rre-

Oeerh hoeeo w e dtiWeCountry Otb

a thae thadsm M ad wto ine m e

eaN. tode ht sue ti t-e Oa*
Vt" ~t aw Marrso a ver
tl flkt r* i, *a. iimH .

ted asie by e I the top I tso
habo.a Yb b heue hei

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--WHI.Wf-.A *..MOW <-4.-- .-r
ernor Comdr has atOia1ly leied
that he evnr lbti thAbeh would
oi*ect to It ttr. of tL.tbolc
tith, the denta';rowlnog o f .
a report printed by the I r
sal. Among oaer thiata, the r.
aal maid tha the ,t overmno w us e
of ti joiolloigd sentence: "MA
wrint '*ay Q tc floomtlde Ta
bamaB" ...
aepiyng to the above, the Vger-
or say:-, "I have never said to aky
one hati I objected to a Catholic,
whether i t lMb nt or any ose else
Many of our jest tlzem are C ,-
ieg, and I te It thItt any ae Wtho
observes the i nets and spirit 4~ tie
atholIo resiot s would be 1 as-
surely on the rlght way as if he re
observitf that of y other sect, t'e
eOly limitation that have ever p d
upon imuigmts was to my lnfadgf '
al address, and that was lan reference
.to those who wpuld not take gtodi
citizens. * While I am a Metbo-
41at, I by so ame s believe tht there
Io no other way and so other church
by which and nla which on*e ay serve
the Master._sMaay of my best frtnds
are Catholibc, and I am glad tb say
thatt from Jew to Gentllk I count my
frletndsla*d shall endeavor by my up-
rihtness of oondut to aafttain teoir
triendshibp." r

Accident to Mrs. Judge Noan. o
Douglas, Ga.. May .--Mrs.
Roan, wife of Judge C. T. Roan. was
serloasly hurt In n accident Monday,
She, with some other ladtus, drove
out to the Sulphur Sprins. near thti
place. he ,remnalned In the ear-
rite an&d held the horses whlbe the
.5get water. The team bemoase
Stlesm, "i backed Ie ~r
in embankment. MrsA oe v 4
ttirown out. and the crrape fe on
her. In easq*ue4noe of aer werlous
condition, Jutdge Roan bad to adjourn
court for the day.

Slind Tigers Raided.
Griffin. Ga. May 21.-At I late
-hour Saturday night Chief of Pollee
Phelps, Sheriff Head, Deputy Sheriff
Grove Patrick and Policeman Maddox
made a raid on seven blind tUera,
rresting Ola Lester, mle Powell,
Bettle Brown, Charlie Walker, ~mt-
za Mangbain. Joe Falliae and John
Andrews, the last named belag caught
ta the act of selling. A quanfty of
whisky and other ev iae w as e
cured aralJnst those chased wih tie
Legal sale of whlsky in (his county,

Saape and Mall Left Tmok,
Cordele. Oa., I "y -The Ath.a
ta Birlulnghaso and Atlante. passe-
Ier trla,. due ti Cordeto flr t B'uss.
wick, at 110 o'clock, met with an
accident near Double Rim. It It said
that while the train wasu akth reg-
ular time, that the baggage ad mall
cars left the track and tired par-
tially oVwr. ForGata. be aoe was
seriously hurt. The mthbosd trait
had to rMaor t e wreck a d re

esroevtwet Ia Avwsd t41 ..
vaaebh. Ofa.. May 5.-.Thsha u
L. ComoTe a ormer pae $Shur.
who wu working uas a tevedore be
SMeuihantas ud Mta ia e" Truqr.
ed pff will n the wharrem, his e em
wareda veT ldt of .15.5 ol -it
of f.ea wa wee hto t time
the ee hd b.t trae ft Is aml
that t- Membate ai m s eem
my winl ag -9ss. .

Wntamseo. Ga., May, -M-sk B-
etmehut prevalsa here over fte*.
appearamc, of Mise Alima Psubi
heaUfnl yoseg tlady f I 1ere=. iM

smt eittizeu of this p*. R
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I W CoalPassers W r Born
', to Death.


Ple' started Near the Kitcen i
rlefere the Crew Could Get the Fi
/Apparatue Working the Whole Sh
SWasa Seething Furnace.
SOrad Rapids, Mich., :
oum coal passers wie
Adptl sad one 'pasengcr, j.]
Ri4e., of Detroit was fajl:, bj
0twhenS 4he Crosby line xt.; :.; N
Oi, formerly the Wi.corn.
cited the water's urle a. y Tu
day In the middle of a,. ;:,
Fifty, passengers and a;: of i:. cro
except he four coal passers, we!' t
On i: small 'boats by the -t:ea
Btratford and the N.aon:is s.s:r: ,i
the Kansas, which wa' Dni. u'e
Mlwaukee to Grand Haven.
The loss on the Na)iii. A;.(h
it oomnand of Captain Tho,..as Tr
ll, Is estlmaled at $225,t,.
The Are started in the v:ciir;ii
the ktichen between docks and .-rt
so rapidly that the wh,. -hi p *u
.asethilg furnace before the c:ew co1
get the Are apparatus working.
The tre* swept tne whole !e..rgt
the ship and the upper work bwvu
tIe tJUder, and it was, r.nAde
!)4"a ouc that the passengers al;
tapqd. Many of them were taken
la.their nllht clothes, whlie 'cr
ly any of the passengers %eie 0ton
than partially clad.
The ftre was not disc'., rd y sU
or the Naomi's crew, bur s 'ln
aen by the lookout o t r,, stea
Kansas, which was pro'p..:e in t:
opposite .direction friom h; ajke
Orand Haven. The Kan'., male l
rctly for the Namo: an in It
meanthle passengers of -1e i!;.4'.I
boat were being awaken-J.
Captain Thomas Traill % a; the
man to leave the gteminur a..ve a
1ais clothing was almost burned 4
from hi .
Theo our coal passers who prtm
werer below In their bur.k- a.n4
believed to have been p1:. .-J '
by the tkmes. They are be eVl i
have shipped from Mil ,'c',e

CeotMartial for Wright.
Deber, Colo., May 22.-Th. S,
Oeral 'oortartial which : a
4eJled to try Captain FAdm1uTd
Wrtht, of the First T'nit 1 s0d M
s*v ,lry, asabled at For' t J
Monday, organized and aiourfnl
CaptalS Wright is c'arg.
other things, with insu, d,'c tie
aSd at 0e Ute w be was umlinane
appear before the courtmariu'.
s wverltl dity at E Paso .C4!
Chlhe A. W11ani, comnar'ls.
t o Twoato.fth infantry, :89P
de t Of t eourtaartial .
tWibft wm born In Georg!ia m
tew the a my by appoilt" .1
tb llti7ary toeadmyo ot C -.91WI

Ieinty on Srow" Til M4-
ihr'ddrtMe., N. B. M* y tJ"
Alaresd WV1 tte exten' A e e B.
.t asall u pmr hout 3
ad the ager to be T '
bulcie a& &S proM'"n -,
pest base5s5 e a. ,. e. .
gov rmeet as s .sued
tartata boaty of : ;
pa rr ea ch Ai
em* To ari* '.
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"*#'WWiVS,-mnd Will No Doe
~ Pe~eein the Nrimw







r-1 sTI..0o se op the. $saon
thC* MklgA the Math
A '' earlier than 1at
K~y OA coyer. oop will nbe sim
Lgo the marredd soihewbat
M *li gh o.a bled the, .0*W
S V;TOretOarM Company, wbho
f,;: ,+"'s i,. .i.. a : leelnt oharrd at Palmer,
t to dM4 a ys eaer othan ay
.f+p O^ () tmo.) welu the South.
W t ent George L. Taylor
I foe of pickers at work
S .p fu tives Of a d Wednesday, and
B646 V B picked and packed
B t h (bk '"Pramo rWl Wak which went by express
SW r to the oterni markets.. They were
9w.-,| IW Bagley, of Je".riel variety,.and being the
oArt on the Northern market, will no
^ "by ITenetatives of ISOe handsome prices.
.ClaMs-(,) "' Stonewall' orchard of the paIneaville
ia MItona (b) "Robert Pch Orohard Company is not only
*O Plw - O~,oqe of the" largest, but one of the
gaK ,ap.g^ by Bpee e a ndst an od best managed n the tate,.
l t. and had it not oen for the contained
; (b), '"Vietora" thel drought Would ha* made a big show-
Slng the season. As It Is,, they will
"The Purpl* and the Whi"not em e short of making the best
e ub. f yield In this ectton-ot el State. They
s t'by !prei etatlve of Jua3 have several vayleties, 'all of which
-( a) batlnsto," J~~ e the best, coing Into bearing at-
l.:; (b) Isther." T-La t. Me. various seasons, which will give them,
l| .g iy ai a crop throughout the entire season.
KfiT'l byt Rep re-e--t-tives-f Jan* .

(0i-(a) Isabella of Spalo" ~
o Iatee (b) "Jon of A p Glee Club.
e K lley, iBonl-'Oood Nisht," Glee Club.
oa1 ao--Rosabel Pedrick. Oranllstlons,
"Anclent landmarks." Prresehma Clas--arle Kelley, press.
Idegit; Ralph MoRae, vice-presl.
!lW &tatlOa of diplomat-Dr. death; Florence Stekert, secretary;
Mable Area, treasurer; Crimson and
tation of medaler-Hon. W. BlacL colors.
l4,I! ----- Sopbomore Oge-0lla fl Bower.
Spreldet; Lao aler, vie9reeltdet;
Isis Thomas Ie*ete ; rle Taylor,
ib s Junior Clatw-Hetae Vlal, pred-
Sdent; Lena Hunter. vic4eident;
O.T Bewle Ketlle,. aeretary; Jasper Mal-
Sph rs, treasurer; To I R. MoBeath
S, class pot: Purple a d 0*4 olon.
S01Qee Club -SopOesMoa Vaer Ben.
mett. Lena CeIelI .u iPattion.
Mary PhIter, Reaht RI Ida Me-
S Donald. Shtel Butt*. elitee Vidal.,
Kate Boalware, BN iaW 9eW .s Maile
SPery, KatiX e bm, Wimalred. Ped-
BunchMatUe twaa Mararet
Mrmht, 'I y Ores M, ttlae aTgan.
Altoh-Mabel A wta OCecil. tails


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7 ts. A ny rahte, he oia yoima
orita.e14 wth a phA. carOe,
11r lme" detetd. t ia 'rblt the
t ePe snd eyAorn saowr to the
ena 'ry apoaq "- darge.
i lM Ariow was eo e ostetmee
Astoming,| when e BOtedthe
bOa trbw Ife woas l. me'
olateljy l eundter arrest, and In
ila lShirt there wetr auerous
letters adeseed to the kipger Sew-
d e Com qapany ead The 8, Jt
'AO W rane 'the, thSe of the
Swhich be had just entered
Qoe o tho eo epes had been t&h
opa, a4 therein MNarsa Arnow
toe wamney order for $8.75. r
Sbe bor was placed In- at, and
soo osntesa dto everytblms. He tm-
plWostd MIoUIO small ad Oarr Blat
oMa 'MA told the officer If he would
hbl out a accompany him to
h S*It4iwomnan's bols he would
ihow ihere she put the letters, and
oft$.ard burned them. The officer
aooqp almed him, and placed the
two women Implicated under arrest.
A*y were placed in prison, and Wed-
nesday morning the trio were arraign-
ed before Justice Colman. The boy
was rbmanded to jail to wait the ac-
tion of the grand Jury, Minute Small
was released under bon and Carrie
Bingham, against who there ap-
peared to be no evidence, was ro-
This was a great victory for Marshal
Arnow, who Is making a most ex-
cellent officer. *

Are Measuring immigrants.
Copel..agese. May 22--Te author-
itles throughout Scandanavia, have
begun to mrasblre Immigrants by the
Bertl'on system in ,accordance with
l cstrue ons from the Lovernment is-
sued at the request of the United
State-. Tfhege steps were reseoted
by the Immirants who declared they
were not thieves or criminals, at
ftre citizens and thought they were
going to a free country. A number
dnianded the return of the money
they had paid for transportation, "ad
It was given them.
Many Injured Near Opelika.
Columbus, Ga', May 22,-While
roundnKg a curve at Bauck Creek li.l.
50 miles from Columbus, near Caomp
Hill. Ala., at 11 o'clock Monday
morning, traveling 30 miles an bour.
Central of Georgla railway pamnger
train No. 2. from Birminghamn to
Columbus, flew the rails, and two
passenger coaches t sqbled down the
embankment. Wuille no one was
killed, there were over thirty passen.
gers Injured. T'e en ,ine a d two
baggage ears were not derailed.
Vatican's Scheme of Financial Reform
Rome, May St.--t is stated on
good authority that the vratica's
scheme of fiasnmlal rl)rm pforldes
that ekpendtters tbe Malted to tke in-
aome derid tr IG landed proerty
and Invested apt. Hereafter the
vticn M at ta< u oW the Pmter's
pence ftua. Tl pllatiloa of the"
ram Ia s la at, i.kt Isa hoped
that it will om ilte aIndlepad d eo
of The Holy a" I prevent attomets
jat BnanciMl pa MWe


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Ao mOw A andka. sa& -vour hbt r mas
wrow luxurtaatlyt. IWbro' Hsreice4i.
pot only contalsM the dAnriruff ge"e
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Spring and Summer Catalogue
sent upon request.

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ever before.
Our new
will be

Be Hi. LEVY, BRO I & C9.

WES9 5k.LL
Allf w'oes PdrOor Nvj6uiol Guaraatue, A l' ~~
WS Know Will avu. You That e fladj Only the 8
ORR, Bey:
Pur-RYS Cm eGOOds3 U A 10F. S. Jickson ville

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Oandl"N C Lb ................ ..... 1.o.
mwsee RF t8ess...................... ** I .

.ilig Wit*.m. V. O. P., per bt.. ........... .
TbniD psw. eoia...... .......0....... 1..

ka WilMa., V. P., per. e ................
Dewart'. pr btle., ea,0..................--...
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gMUy During t0I4,S# (4
Stt most
in the sw
Sasth ESS"
tie of the t
wp0rt of ti l 4ek
and a -
The bill Wasa
by Mr. BuckniaN. tSa aorunt 90 d
w Mr Farrs. -f. yCB K, boo kem
favor and 1't." la w e
. .....* it wIlI; .e l Ilt |10t il are
b tt hit wil e l ta m wuerapsee eaoM
that it will remi a ,
in of the Sate OS PO ENS
|s factor m"* ,!.. .I.III III I
Settlers and 'lt ir i ',::
Warm Dwebat .i tl
wamest debate 6tiiII W IF
m uate and one that w a UI t t
bthe entire dt4 '
gn. w, o -/t' e Com any
salaries of cabJ ." .
I) report of the b.aWI4tt* 1- .; .e 7. ,
to confer with the Jtoat la& I t c R l
committee' ofu atwoag i aae wilved, the ebtil read the th ird
ment fund under Houllae OQ- time In Ml, and passed, 27 to 0..
solution No. 1. .enate adjourned until 9:20 Wed-
Iry all the time of tde eae rnoo, day.
B of the House wasu dVota't .
ton of the license b.f. h- g b eOUSE PROCEEDINGa .
| :rehours aenden reHouse of Representaives was
enIat ere adopt It caled r all to or4er at 9 a. m. Mr. Know.
PrlI detail. rs n lei o onroe in the chair. Roll call.-
Broward has reinstate e Jam e Q wsorm present Prayer by chaplain.
8tins as solicitor criminal approval jour.
eord for Volusia who was rd I A matter of personal privilege,
Son charges and J. Hall Brum=- r. Knight Columbia had a portion
inted to fill the vacancy. s The Memd a ll ni
i ro th e of read from an article, Our University,
ivas a somewhat famous one int The Gospel Heirald, written by Dr.
S rp 4 Lineoln Hulley. president of Stetson
SUnlvilty. Mr. Knight laid the ar-
%INATE PROCEREDIN" ticle having been placed on each desk
SSenate was called to.orer at In the House, he desired to say the
. President Harris In the chair, rejection pon the Baptists In the ar-
quorum present. ticle was an Insult and unworthy of
te rewBoluti No. 60 was offered a gentleman. He wished it under-
. Wil'. povding that no bills stood that the Baptists welcomed all
fronm thelouse of Rprjieota b denominations to the University.
except local bills, should be coo. Resolutions.
referrd to proper Senate epm.
|and r, iorted by such commit- k o o J
atr Willis spoke in favor arm on to A s the Hou tisB.
Sreso0,,.'tion. which he stated o, n to ad the o ,
mpr. T !andngerousn e tion.aevening on the subject of good roads.
i ,,r:". t ,!'hcrous legtslaiUon. A
lutiig,, sBadoptted. r- oAdopted. .
resolute'l ias adoed. The speaker read telegrams denying
New Bills. that~ the people of Tampa are opposed
1 t nire among the n bills o the State fair. The telegrams wre
IteO from the board of trade and chamber
e bill No, 429, by *r. Me of commerce of Tampa. ,
-Am.: (.li g sand perttfc tidt Introduction of *Ills.
STh rules ere tBy Mr. Wats3m an of Dade-New

ur si ndby the whroim a fars SeePrris OfrDuvale-or .ro

Weond thel by aft the By Mr. McClellan of Buwan e-
t.e "I full an to.Probitisl fesUtivals for private gain;
rd seco.r nd time under suspense'on
'Mua-e the .old* o f -A in o1 MISS
l-bitions. tle t Ord e
Bill No. 432. by MO bill No. 179, by Mi. Reese
hi.< for the estathlagmt ot of Nmmmbla-It.Ue( of com' eoasm
camp *ite jgr tIgi rWateOs, with two EsbstStese wSrV

O A niodae t f S r .t gl .. ...^* p*e
to the bil wraset pr. Srils ani eS B Thlrtdeadeg s

1 h iir i iathas 11A .ir *bIM L 11d. o 1o b r. hets ofM.
r th atl Bo- Mn, l We Mr. elgg. ThpMt was eeto-

without license am anti y segsest Mr. Qrrgo of LaMystle
5 m f te*aor t M r. oe*^Uf
to .uditary eBlmi tt of t of M5V.: Pe
a,11st o the gjg gi w ofa ni s.
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comisolom nt~e~g(U i
m~rite 42*400of oy1. P MI,
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S humatism Is ,brought
But This Nmwn te J akit Ihh inhe
City Charter 881.. wh he I failed to
---- lld-l*c^ *bu*fel Into the d d i l i body,
BUSY TIMES AT CAPITOL and Rheuatln othe tytA .PoBa bora
--- with a predispositionrtendenato Rheumatism, beeatl diu-
Many Matters of i rtance Wre eases it can be tran ted from P t to child. Theo
Many, Matters ,of ,Importance .Were the diseaseare Gnly ptom W WIt I you may scatter or
Brought Up and -"oed of Wed. ments.phlr ,6 *bte. tc.,or 4 -u t ith opia os. A
neaday-Salarlei. 4 tlate Auditor as h tr ent a left off or th ej tIy exposure to cold qA
after an attack of indkgtion or u t ltlon. the wanderiag
and Assistant I re,. muscles and Joints, and tmndwa io6 V i flesh return, and
Special to The Su: finds that he has merely checked the while the real
a a ---- --.--diu easM remains in th. blood. Pho* varn. never be curvd w i ;
Tallahassee. May 22.-This has been blood remains atrated wthMl iit p ucin uric acid
a strenuous day to he legislature an g. cures Rheumhtlam dryir s eout of the bloo4.
" day which has brabght many die- eughly cleanses the blood and orea circulation by neutrliaimno
appointments to sOse anxious waiters. iacle and expe!ing all foreign mat tWs the *syste. S. S. S. atitu al
The Governor ye~eod the Jackson and invigorate4the blood so that lat ( t weak, sour ntrem, const
ville charter bill. alter t had passed depositing acsnd and corroaive maat i the muscle, jolnts. nerves
both branches of the Legislature with btm., the body is soothed and outrl"b by rich. health-sustaining blood
itderable opmpotlM. which completely and permanently ctvir 5ilfIatism. S. S. is conmpoed
roots.The Stater and are bill hs which p afyga o rtie
Th State life ta emT e biU- has Jt whare needed in every case o i tm. Book on Rhenmtatis t i
bee made a speoaW Tder for Mon d medial Iadvice free.
The West reapporutament bill, seek-N.. ".. "'
Ing to Increase the sUpber of en A
ator. and Represn*Tevs, was killed.
The salaries of th State auditor R C OM AN
and assistant hay. = n creased by
the State. \ ,a
Senator Crill'' .bUt rquesting a .. S'1 ..
geological survey of the State was E. E4 VOTYZ MGR.
passed. Abetets of Title and full informaUH eNaO igA leasl to tIes w e
Three bills ot Senator MeCreary maty. Our manager hae live d I n eSoatr it lr n aye
passed this afternoon. bein S a Is thoroughly eonvi th ad titles. .
bill No. 304, relative to establshinblg -
kindergartens ndr certaWI condi-. o nl! -' Y .T I 'M
tions; No. 271. p --oviidig for keeping iI
records of sale of dysaite, and No. FIRN, AOOIDEmT, BURGLARY ANIMrITY ISRAUO. Le."**.
SO_... s"ous ing a somber of promlnentt Enish semaaIpe. a
a,7, prohibiting, the bstrction of n AL STAT AN LOA .
public roads an hitbhways by rail. 2, RA-,l e a PTd a t
a&oads. 1 1 - -h--
ihere Is a great deal of business A. X. Oua A, Preuldent H. E. TAYLv.o, OCuter,
yet to come before the Legislature, o. V Prden G Ast. Cash
and the talk of am extra session can li..... abl
be heard o allAoide". It looks as

___ __ __ 0A.IT__ E0 X-XE3.
though this %Nill be neonery to d-ieNAII ONAL-B ANK
pose of the h-asiness of actual neces..- FIRST

carried; e ,as 4, n 1. r. Park..... UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY ....
Inson made a hard fight fo bhis bill, ( .
and was opposed b his colleague. Mr. Oapital........ ,....... ...,- ~100,000 00 ,
orrlson, and y Mr. Carter of Alach- urp ............ ........... 20,00000
ua. Inteet Pai M on lSavlag Aaeest saod 0orstlIiss of Deposit. All Bo1lae 141
After the contlderation of many Tr asieted ProC.siI o
other bills, thi House adjourned un-* -. .TAITWl OashOer.
tit 9 o'clock W,dnesday morning. .-- -

To Prove'That Hyomel Will Cure Ca. Realeuids d Jobben t"o
tarrh, Every Reader of The lGanes-
ville Sun Can Have 4peelal ""
..., r" l tple and Fancy Grocenes,
If there Is any doubt In your mind -Gr
as to the power of Hy-o-mel. the medal. Irl, SariM S I h aa Fn illxzer
cated air treatment, to cure allU ca.M SOUTH BID QAR. AIMN IIILL. rLOMIDS
tarrhal troubles, the remarkable of.
fer made by J. W. McCollum should Highest marke prices paid for Oiehea aPui a- er Pnu see
efpel that doubt. He gives his N oi, mplete sak of Ha0y Coe. Ots S s Ma, il, O -ttMBad Urfa
personal sparantee with every dollar id Be Wo handle onlj hie fOd I at the LOW.
outfit of Hyo-mel be sells, to refund U PRICES. se ats alA "
the money unAles it gives satistao
loon. He tak0d all the r.sk otIf cure, B A B "11 gn,,',L"W
and no reader of The ,Galnesvlle Sun 1' i '
can afford to suffer longpr with as' J L I . : i
tarrI when an oer like is is maue. 4| VAII lO U U 3
Ipoct Ilhale, Uad HIy-omel breathed
through b.s p r. reaches the moost t a Rae a Poll Qurlf
and tun s., de yin all atarrthaI pa Losses Pomp ly
gages, ad soothlin and healtng the
irrittrm m.Dem bran. C. !
yve, a h. You Aret Assured
givfg easte e your own hoe,. sor
that whe ym ,eathe Its m ,td That su eto M itoe y ha. 9UU b I
air, yout as, throat and lungs wtf r efuge.
we SMe OW ir ike a that at the .

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lieefist i ned to Justof
,-a -.to al s a b, I atof
bl.t csRaienwe hue ld

aftr mPelatof the Sat

S that wa" e Intended to

lt p rterso. This pn lae-d
tr on movs extraor inary
1Now, td lead billr

*il Intenti.n 0. the Part
pa" blbarcon, we should
air ttlol hate Intendded
tthe report in circular
It dGoi or Jendnins
It NoW, at so. t U mad'the
*4iM fu o *At e t epart
ep ti*4 e1Wa idealad
oartle la.tded som. p
it tm mot extead.n
C eIfre ladeo ned a

dalchatwe Iftended

FO dIt artltye &tpe? PAWto


at threebat Uo cane be
4 wIth the utmee Iniamtlal-
alocerity ane e oe* am -
the sooerlty of -hi retu .
ot of them. bmewr, w hst 1 J"
and It left a wet h e e *
* *ear that so tss ii
illItted solus tIn on ted
I uemtaed to offer
i a we believed wo b be
&* dti publication oa the
i t eme~romed the ofls isI
ivrmor Jwanlaga; that at th
te publdm hbe wa betang
t as a andlte tfor Gove'.
mIe ad at that time held
-it attemey for the trust.
talprovement fund
W .00 per manum, the
paM to may man by
t Governor him-
ai we would hate
i latrtoe such B
'how tha Mr. Al- J
lI t ;wJAC
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the in lp...^:^. .ero Imerle. to ak.

SNotW tb .Ity &WI'. repose to dedice my
- mado by th O iW e t sherita and UWOJO
gaefr wIt ad s, ftevtal of the mot o,
mportss .6aB Old .not be found. dputl ef Fiprlda t stae.
I have aM that i one case the Th V tato~s of tha state, for sev.
witness wae Waed by nobtce In hisal *I.n a ua s outside of Its lmits,
office whenever the Abhel or his dep- Ias T"own astaily worn and *ese.
t uty c .Oe to the butding ft which he It mat be, and''tineerely hope ta that
Swas that he would U-melately leave the reports o aeirculation conomrate
his room oa$ serte hltuelf. Other oficatls of this aimta are utterly Ih1se,
witnees s i ther edntles to which but. it t ey ars, there must be oafl0
Sthe uo a were M et could hot e me ahae of ascertaliln. and
* be touad., Teee wMo e ni addition to making pblle their falsity. It-they
* the witness l4.a outside of the are fale. n will rejol e more than
State who"-e t was entirely I will,. ai entirely out of the feld
)lost to ie ., of poliUUal aplratUons; I have ne a&e
SAmaglv. tq srlnd, bIt d a etisen of Flerida
SUnder no other and a De*ocrat, feeJlaI a natural in-
alteraatlt t aae to withdraw ter~etithe t oed.Ame of the State,
the plea l t mad plead nolo I think it is eeeuary that, wie ro.
"t" dorm.stad oi in Pots t he character referred to are
Sooe -.e .i iuod a fi xd p. ut" IAi'cuq they should be
a fne Wlh iiuijiImkm and isde a political issue and should be
proceeditg |b the a004W4al court Ia is t".
e ded. "t O Defeotlve Libel.Laws.
A ryrto Duty. Thiaswhole trouble has ariaen from
I tregartBUa 4a srIaply a martyr ito wr~otced character of our libel
to hisei* tD 6M Ity to the people of Jaw. lt ien'sylvanta and some other
Florida. I*a, e- 4d attention to Sates tf the Union the law Itself
ihe r0 p 1 many, If he pleases, gives a 'ect defense in a civil or
drop the Iatf, 'bat I now propose algi proceeding for libel where
to taIre fit tp |the p eatloo complained *of effects
It has e pilMbbled that Oov. the o1e acts of any person, or
. ninlp has abi empltely vinakstaiL where b matter Is of such a, char-
If heis twihed *lth vindicatk eter a the public should know it.
Iresltin fo plea 'of nado cona We need ach a law in Florida.
tendere brlttht about by his at- This caes of my son demonetteso
torGys smaboesstully resting efforts that If, In the performance of a Db-
to take teetmoteny outside of the State lie duty, publicity Is given to rep
and our Inability to serve other wit- altectia the Integrity of an official,
nease, I do nat think the people of the eltisen or Journalist who aUl at-
Ilorida will be. I have not the silght- tention .to such sports from a e~iase
est malice toward Governor Jennngs. of duty to the public can be thorough-
I aincerely hope that the reports our- ly and ffectually deprived of any and
rent concer lng him are not true, all deflaNe If the testimony which
but I feel that the gravity of these would indicate his right to advise
reports calsi for something more than the puttle of the existence of saoh.
this daertce of my son In the man- report ca-n only be had outside of
ner and under the olrMuastaoae1 the State. as all that will be neces.
under which he has. been sacrifloed, sary then is to procure a trmilnal In-
and I do not propose to rest until their formation against him and b% will be
truth or falsity is ascertained. If the utterly ?elpleas, no matter what the
machinery of the criminal courts is evIden may be beyond the limits of
to be uqed to prevent giving publicity the State.
to reports affecting, the Integrity of .h intolerable tItuatlon.
our officials, It Is Uti that this should u a situation. Is altoIether I
be made an lhs before the people Re orts of alt .h abtinl
.able Reports of all, ".a..eIting
men in offct have been circulation
In this State for several years and still
Share. So far as my son is concerned
he ea patiently w ad bide his
time and appeal to e people of the
State of Florida at the prper time,
always beartas In mat that "The
mills of the gods grild lowly, but
they grind exez d!mI ;1" ea,"
Jacksonville, May a4, 1W7.
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BOt She Never Hade Slpbe I Sueh
Convenient Pfw as ThIs.
Tour grandmother uded Wwipbur as
her havorit hb eheM and
ma d Iher and-- Ither has
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no e seemwat ef WboommI~k. .Peagv bU, ftb5s, seb~mam adotbe ro
two"" emft avwoerabis ee.SpesI asdtsf@ skiageo seIou" ons 01 al
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' -" .wFlo:rida

Of'e tatue of 1niign Worth 9aley at ISTORES VITALITI
Raleigh, N. C., May S..-Twbaty "Made i
thousand people Monday witnessed
the' unveiling of the monument and Well
state erected In Capitol square by I "in f Me.,,
the people of the United tate lan
memory 'of Efsilgn Worth Basle, of |Ma a lL Ctf
the United States pavy, killed by a I IIOIM IN& It3sOdays. Itacti
Spanish shell off Carezias, May 11. Wea31whL1r1he lost r. .
re IaiU t oheir Iul ok nd ,(i..' -
Confederate, federal and Spantih &r wa Lost Vitality, Sezu;A
war veterans, national guard troops ma wer Pftta ngMetmory,
and school children totmed the -i b l whichUnet ons w for
rade. The ad4resses were made by bSytM otaea t'.but isaLr, a
Congressman Richmond Pearson -Hob- o" builder llri, ni r
son, the hero of the Merrimac, and h y.lWlrI l. It whsrdh (f sr.
IniSt onIhavtmr MrF 0O,
Captain Victor Blue, of Me United Ii lsrroedinvot pock By1
8tatys navy. The statue was unveil- perpackne,orsix for s.o0o. We
ed by Worth BR'i1y Danieta, nephew aa isrouselro a woree. Awir. i
j$ Worth Ba&gey. Governor Olenn' OVlt11 I 0.. lsarie B do.. Chica, In
accepted It for the saate. As the For sale la Gaiesville, Florida, by
exirclses began, rain poured in tor- W. M. Johmeoo. DruoRipt
rets, but later the omm came out.
The etatue Is a lfe-like rem-
blance, and etanad 7 feet, 9 Inches E,. H. I ARTIN
on a base the same height. It is or f.
bronzp. following tIe work of F. S. Practical
Parker, of New York, the sculptor
who designed It, while the pedestal Cabinet.-Maker
and the bae are of pink granite htom gn08 Main 9 ,.
Bal )ur quarry at Salisbury, N. C. Oppolte 1'. 0.

The ptsad all kinds of
The openlng.of spring reminds the I(M Office Furniture
prudent man and woman that It is t made to order st
time to get rid of the acamnlations, f. sg ,ricnesar*d
of th winter season. The body) d- t aeed. Call and
mands,tmas the price of comfort sd s ee designs before
health. In old tUmesthe springwas the A oi, Sp-.
season for strong phyaleking, and be- INALTY.
role were the mIeares often taken. ALTY.
Nowadays the prudent at this Ume of
the year take a mild but elective pre. T A orids
criptin s ch. % ao Flid trAw v
of Bchu. I B o MIAter, % o0. ri t and Track Grower
d Extrad t Oetan Compoud and u uu ,
15 o war. water i, tak in dose of *L B. *MW, *d ar,
a tabUspooetul three amte a py, be. OCALK VIA
'* IealS is ld to do the work rI **-r.......-*....... s.
better than the dras draus p.n' W *le M i.t... ...... 1'
and I vatly pt Wo se tiA Al mwi D rIii ed maroaBeo
ecripUo ata Mbe1 ap by74 goo o te -I of
paanSey at ensa o" t 66 IOe ta -i Wied able grown "
.,,, ------ Westia. .

U~vnI~ Rabershop

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ut i the o days th h tt i in Dver Proooodins.
Nloiu tk MytIf-Mrs..Howa
powi slphw- ARO Cw o L da started against her
LtWUID ISQLUUR gives to yo b the mllionair, yachtsman,
Sbet oss fm i et a *K 9ta separation, one of her
M tll ben la iu allegatioas being be.
OOC LUID SULPHUR ihe of his personal habits he is as
a ,'OuITMEIT, W ae Mo im.opr person to live with. The
olM. TettI. Salt Rhe d a i eomlatt If highly seasatioMl,
I- Iagaos. I e#*i emi aer a' Gould with coanortUI with
r Mrs. Asa W. VRYS. oftM basftemu.e women.
toe. D. C.. la three --------
Tak lnatenally. A l the D e Yew Leve
d edlears nthe eSmplexaloL. wbi ary ? am hdkybeNwe.

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,ered baM IAbershows the
t to wcm woum o are engaged
t eaNadwinning puraelts is inrs- IN S
lr*.'. s., u Ing; At the eesus of 1880 the num-
-' e r of women 16 ye"as of age and PORTER BLOCK
l f the over reported as h ift a gainful oc-
sb tIcowasf,38, ; in1900 it wa Fire Life afd A(
.ba HoB- hav. 4^ 6130. an Incr4e'ft 2,479,642, or _a_ _
N__AC It -ft I05.3 per cent. In other words, the
Utg m Improve, number of wonn at work more than
..--i-sbv m b Is doubled in this Interval of twenty
E jyrtb ofrt gnl to years. Of course the increase was
S.r;,^A '-1 town and ln part the result of the growth of
centj Avf IW,.o a''al go. population. Bit this accounts for not
- ; .... ag.. rsp ore than onehalf of the total
inaJw* e l l inprease, and It Is probable that there
detio. 5tad '5 all beasry" ior were over a million- womeb engaged
p r 1 ad to gainful occupations in 1900 who
1pWY t t ttt wipb satshno. would not have taken up 6uch occu-
St an atts if conditions and tenden-
wak s s d #a b had remained the same as
r pblShd ag s 4 ey were twenty years before. The
rg f s .ea.t sa. tes~o Is voae ti all right and needs incrasing participation of women In
free, to ny r t "AM" r t ihe priate ia Industrial pursuits o s Indicated by the
C kad 6 1.01*0 ''a esz an4. ltP. Increase shown in the percentages.
i 9wwh of his mt -.., Of the women 16 years of age and
ddm ts N t, l ieeps to etlrstingtly at it will over 14 per cent were at work in iobO, LighteS Shift I LW
iscotrct. PFar""adthe oamt. The man who s 19 per cent in 1890, and 20,6 per cent
Wi to peay"Y for a booster doesn't mss any op- In 1900. champion speed 1
Tx A L.Ity in. canlitng doayn the knockr. A comparison with the census of Use the Fay*Shole.
I eO er t ate uo the woret 186 a regards the number of women use 1 iualeoville th
rTaft is what jaugPUt th~igs that any town has to contend who are breadwinner In each marital
52inch all round maisd with. He to worse than small-pox class reveals a very noticeable In-
ot typhoid fever. These can be sno- crease n the employed of married e by....
pen of the tonguMe -d be t lly_ fought by splence and skill, waifen. As already pointed out. the
in the ink of the beafta bt the knoeeer gets in his worktand percentage of breadwinners among
...._____.. .. can't be touched in return.- He talks married women to small as compared
will we satb 4ol Wt. privately and in small crowds, iM. with the corresponding percentage for
iur so high we at Plpe the stranger that the town is single, widowed, and divorced women;
.._ro ____ _e__o_ aP Sgood, and does more harm than but it Increased from 4.6 in 1890 to
artis wo PD. d a *dogf booster; can offset. Every. 5.6 In 1900, which means that apprdki-
evelt's portraitwho"pAtote bod knows lifta. He is the fellow mately 1 married woman In 18 was
oosevelt's portrait a rtf whopays little at no taxes, works only at work In 1900, as compared with 1
Must have portrayed ih oi w t is absolutely necessary; his In 22 In 1890. or that the proportion V IA VL
d sleep. _____ W often takes in washing, and he at work Increased by almost one-forth.
iSultan of Morocco a 1s s be I never satisfied with anything or --- -'-----
chummy with his deauttut Uttt Wy He knows it all. and every Rl iC
could be more natural stoce l b "who has made a success is a Often The Kidneys Are
nDdoubtedly has a pull? r'I d cal in his eyes. Tlat's the Weakened by Over-Work
__ kind of a man who hurts the town, Weakened y Oyr-Work M 3
the score tied in the niath, and no law can't touch him. Unhealthy Kidneys Maie Impure Blood.
uen out and the bases full, a The booster can be of inestimable It used to Ic considered that .1!v
Shas a splendid chance to win Ivalue to the town, and a cheerful face urinary and hi.lder troubles wr(' to bI
Shas a splendwrsftd chane to traced to the kide!
self the title of "undesirable and ood words for the commun 'TY but now u.lrn *Atlan A: C0
Sby striking out. sometimes goes a long way towards s science proves thatluit
rt- wte goial sought after. Port Pierce nearly all (diseasHesIIAla IIIc C
Dramatic Mirror nds ault doesn't need any organized "Boosters have their begin ng .
Drtheatergoers for leaving before Club" If each cities n will constitute in the iorder of .
theatergoers for leaving before 9 then most important
In falls on the last act. In himself a committee of one to boost organs. Tickets On ale daily
the town and overshadow the knock- The kidneys filter
manycasestheydeserver. One does ot need to lie about and purify the blood- elusive. Rate for. this
redit for lttng through what s here or about anything in fore, when th er wk Jacksonville for the rou
nd a_.. this whole section. The truth Is suft- or out of order, ou can understand how cent a mile for distance ti
rring to a local politilcan, a clent, and to be a booster doesn't quickly your entire body is affected m e nce
Spaperng says, "We will not necessarily mean a "hot air specialist" how every organ seems to fail to do its ingly loq rates from a
an ass, wewill print his who exaggerates everything but ust you are sick or "feel badly," gin limit to July th can b
The editor of that paper tell the plain tru nd it will prove taking the ret kidnkley reumedl, I)r. ticket with Special Agen
be fitting himself fQr a place to be ahead of the truth of many Ki!mer's Swamp-Root, because as soon
didlomatic corps otaer sections. as your kidneys are well they will helt time of deposit
crp allthe other organs tO health. A trial cents at time of deposit.
SWhenever you meet a stranger and will convince anyone. For full information
rding to a society item from he asks about "our town tell him it If vyon:re sick you can make no mis-
d Cit, andiety item from s growing and we have bright pros- take hy first doctoring uour kidneys. write or call on FRANK
two daughters have arrived there pets for being he best town in the ri tmiti aund the extraordinary effect of P
toa rhea vedte Dr, Kier s w Po o, ti te great Passenger Agent, Atlant
SPhiladolphia. It is understood, orate. Don't discourage for it might kidney re- lv, is omi realized. It ville, Fla.
tr. that these four Fushers are be possible he Is hunting a place to sultis [he highest for its wonderful cures
the tna ontes to be f credited locate and invest. Its no end of fun of the 1mo1t distreste $f',? c s. atid Isldd
te onk ones to be credited to on its merits ...I ; a 1 .-..
wie. to be a booster, and if you will try on its .ent. by a2
i it you will find you will be on better dgn4 one-1r
e Florida peach Is begtln to terms with everybody-even yourself. bottles. You in::; v -',"
h the palate of ore Norther A BOOSTER-Ft. Pierce News. hare* m iaplea It*,t e l| yme ss-b1A
Sby mail free, ai0n1lsoT1m.hdet teiliag yii`A
Prtt or freeze, drouth od, how to find out if vun lhave kid.iecy or
Florida peach may be reed upe A cordial Invitation Is extended all bladder trouble. M.ten 't, this Irp'r Aif
b up serenely at Its appoltetd Southerners to visit the J3ll0 booth when writintto Dr. Khn .1r & Co.. ling-
5. reaching the market avjs at the Jamestown Expoitlon. locatesd aton, t.Doi't iak, s miistake
oi adaice. of its Grg rival. In ood Products tulding at entrance Dr. Kilmer's Swm .-Rot, it the adAir LI
t *re a sure and remunerattve to Horticultural Court. We have pro- dines, Binghanton, Y., on everybottle. r L i
M can be grown with great s ved a spacious rest room _eeo__d_ .., I i ..-
O0er a considerable poarS. o f tor your oonvenience, where you may 7 VA OL
hts area -Lakoland New /. aet ried, write letters, read you'r
e-orite mmagain, et,., etc. Our d- CAPUDINE eN POrd, Re
lon of the 9Supro, eMtrators will be glad to arve you Is u WA8HINGTON. I
U lltd States that a raised witt 5-o, .the daty s ert and OIS ADELPn I A,
Sifully required by t Iter- I ernm made from JeUO iee cream __ I r *f
Cotmeree Commitlson to Pyw r,7. fU, ad Waxplain how 6eas-ly MeB j .**
o tonnecutos with other rai- they can be preared for the tab ele.
for the conveDleaie of the ' The Genmees Pure Food Co., La Roy. TWO KIft
Smot portast This it *s, s Y. 'N.,T. __
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ttbeapusethe ow't dae
ettin. rI dutof a 41
L u~~ dequao te 6dWl5
~bkth gh"0000 psmlady
60 l(,.~jg as the emqml earn-
it the emrj apr Iso"
" a1) d'.tve it of aIUSmmoa
,x &-mult ot aft is patiade
&wu1sk wUl be re ib,
volt Smto smach o

"*k4xI % b oo
t'wit n

StA".s or Om. Owy or ToLssi
Wreak 5. Obauw inabsob a"hta
be b Isi emlar ereof the Sam of
V. 5. um & CWL, doftbusimess
ft 00 cm of IIA6Od.. OWn
@No SIDINIMImad .a" ambam wo
pay e -wm ad ON* Noland DOlly
INr" oel sd .inieasedo" 1 11of
tam Sm" sot e eued I the uanof
somar. Om
one to b. m md mbumlb
090W. A. IL18K.
wow oV lPuhAs.
r. kmr owe is UW uOws
md o dbw*0doWsild
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UN, Ga TInevlet Fiat

(Berans' Reunion

)Ad, 'Va.,

to June 3rd


Line Ry.



from May 96th to 80th in.
occasion is $18.76 from
id trip, or virtually one
raveled, with correspond.
ll points Extension of
obtained by depositing
it and payment of fifty

and Pullman reservation
C. BOYLTON, District
tic Coast Lne, Jackson.

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Norfolk, Va.


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1649, ea

', e o bu y and
ta Aon the
S i a, eto en-
~ad. the bust-
la bot nature.
a in d carry on the
pilyilt water for pri-
es. oe. d to have and
and puMptng etationd
an on d buibde. to en-
and, carry on the business
rinoi le and refriger'-
tablle And IrIvaa use, to
'and ary on the bustpse
during and supplyinu ele0-
Iht. heat and power, to
lease and carry on the
SooMlunlUM on Wy tel
ph, or other means of
tion and to construct sad
BIt poles, wires and Itruc
y to carry on said bust-
,'toka eerally In thl
i a'Publ ServiceCorpora-
y be determined by the
1etors to be advantageous
eas of the corporation.
tion shall have the Oigbt
Ct#, make and perform and
0 attract of every kind nnd
lpu with any peroon, firm, as.
or orporatt i. This or-
enaWl have thT right to bor.
Boey upon the Issue of war.
1odU or other negotiable secur.
t orporatiot, to purchase,
sd reissue hares of its own
k, to %Iy, mell own, and
of share and to make
"esa tocks. bar, bonds.
or oblitioans of aU other
# or perems voTver.,

m ae d tg to. anyand

l oated, tor orp_ lU,_ i
ewSmWthe ile of AMthesa
The forealag S1 be
both as to I te
Ea it is b ereb
that the oreo
ID not in any w, faH
power o this
S-The capital st*ak at
sall be One MW
Dollars divided lef
Shares of the per val
re Dolairs eah.
dbe ini lawtat

;Mvahii to be fixed
at&a 1e0t01 to be
4-- T i trm for wCh&
l bad emu m = be
N &e Mr the date of
O Se 1-The business
shall be conducted
Ift a vtce.preaideit. sec
a A a botrd of
number of direct.
teGOlsed or diminished
The, W reoton shall
socak holders at
All other oft.
U th corporatin
"alyW b the dm.
blt sih te aret

Wa ibaeI ~.iTl4, td- a-, for
hahares et
S8. 0. 3Sdo$1"p. Tie. fifty (60)
L. O~seU of Tyer, on (fifty

I. a. Tcoker of t"iere ia., one (1)
I. A. Bead' f Tyier, fta., one (1)
share. .
The Tarutlee of Worpora.
uon are ded ad adopt i
ed a' ared0 t of the oidr

at Tyer, F4it- o. tat purpose.
In witno"e wlro we have hem*
unto set or Uaads and salP thos
23rd day to7AL 1.*.
State of Florida, Alachua County.
B re me persoally came this 23rd
day of April, A. VD 1907, D.
Rice,.. L Hudson, J. D. Turer, L
U. Connell, L B. Tucker, J3A. Beach
to me well known and knoA to me
to be the pprsons who subscribed to the
foregolon article of lnorporation,
and woo severally aoaowlgodle be.
fore me that they subscrltbed to the
same for the purpose of obtalaing
letters patent and chart ptf the Ala*
chut Trading, and Improvement Oom-
pany, from hee State of Florida, and
or the other purposes therein ex-
Witness thy hand and official eal
this 23rd day of April, A. D. 1907.
Notary Public. State of Florida at
large. My commission expires June
11th, 1909.
Confederate Veteranq' Reunion, Rich.
mend. Va.
The Seaboard Air Line announces
low excursion rates from all Florida
points, made one cent per mile to
Richmond, Va.. and return account of
the reunion-tickets oa sale ay 16,
7, 28. 29 and 30th. The Seaboard
operate double daily service from
Tampa Ja ksonvtile and other Frida
points, Extra through Pullasa sloep
en and day coaches have booe ar-
raged so all may be made oo1t1
In order to allow their patsoea (o
visit the Jameetown UtApostlom, them
Seaboard will. honor rera porboa
of Richmond tickets fran Portsath.
The total round trip rates (ro"m Me
et the important potoatsin lwid
are a follows:
ae moville i8,1 Apopha.....,1.0
Lahe City... 1.7?5 Orlaade.... 16*1
Lve Oak.... 11.71' DaeOy... 11*T.
adiso .... 14.00J PtatOtt... 11.
aMred llo.. 1l4.j 51..... 18
0alamae. 15.4|L Manate... 1.i

Lesa.s...1. ILU BIanMt.... 1.
tVaU"s .... lu7
W tn e these rates are aMn U i0t4
3g Be CoMeMdate VetMm Sh
M ISs.to the pdbie.
TI Ueaboard bi tsmhad a.vy
dMeiav .ad expensivel hMier
vdid f ly to this oenam. 0
eNd ef t1i o Mder a td other
dm an be h otsained On a smt
to may Imboarm a6e8t or to
A tat 06604im l Pemaier ASsd.
JaekMH a. 9tah
To Aqguesa Ga.

iPsily PUsn beWSItsleping
lest ee Jckoolie, Via., at 84116
via Atlantils 00astLine MAd &I"
'Augusta the Wwo mes 10UTa
For MelsanveoeraaI-


P Nw York,
M .0 bosft way.


AC~ C'il

A.11 Lot pid 6.40
srs ss ~ p ow alb


oate, rye, pol
angels, poalh
eam,and lan

GaioiC lelthe County Seat,.

Has fourteen ohurehes, two public
sMbooti, the nlvereity of Florida,
pirieaie oiees three newo perm.
United Bted land oftle, u bess
weter,lre alasm system, elwrir
amd gaslights, two iee fetorits,
mashipe bope, three wood feto.
rlw; toenm Al, two moss ftetories,
ifee railroads, two fertillier man.
dfOtrig 0ompanioa, fi .lber
manufsetory, one reatlfilg- tur
pentine plant, two banks, ad well
atooked stores embracing eve.
Shing i the oemeorela lliBi.


Off la Miller Law E ebeare.
Offlee Phone No. 56; Relidence No. 1N

And Solicitor In Eqluty
Be' o state, Oosverlseing and Go.
eral Prstle. All business promltl
atsond to. Oe next door to s80
I o *o.G Anrvns, FLORIA


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Omsll anor. sM P pm sS,(ha-


AWILLR. Ahehma f, vLu
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at Valatha, Dom), ad Intermtdiate LanditD5

Steamer sOTFY O ~ON1VILLE"
Isapp6lmtod SO Stil Ps' 1o~we t'ie 466 JaohiSlliS, bLIsu, u T;*ad,6 tiad
TbuoWVt $4,50 jJlo Reithsla odMondsy.,

of Read up
8 00e........g...,-Arrive..2:0(j5 am
8.00..*fig..for 0* a t 4. Ia. ...... 8I :() '
Arrie 680a.....,.. ... .........e~l ..... ..... am
F. M. Jnomu&OxS:za; a. A. 0. P. &.. Josksonville, FIR.
Jown Pxxs*& T. P. A., A. 0. tAfG3ISSIT. 0.- E. P. A.,
Jacksonvilie, Fla. Pler $6 N. R., New York.
0. H. TAvuos, P. T. M., 0. 0. snowy, G. P. .
.2M01Bted way, New York.
L. D. Joume, T. F.A., L. S.1CaOL5, C.'.
.Jaoksontille. Fit. Leesborg, Fla.
W. G. Cooua,.Jm., F'. A., Ctims ussga, G. F. A.,
Jaeksonville, Fla. k Pl1" $6 N. R'.,"Ne 0w Y 0r'
0. P. Lov3L, Axes$, J~ohcavillle. Flit.

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The climate of the Eat Coaet of
Ie M purttm thaU that
ga wl'I0 m wtL,



ad l mkb -soft,
~ ~ ein9~~ugo
=KAI 30V0 LAU WO M :1O=Tlg B
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of any

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The announu eifil
d the bainkig
tton & Co., whelt i
,ere for more than "Vti'e
ad which has pro~e A st
sctor in t bulld e str,
ted a great deal eol
a our people waws T knt t t to
dve this old and Wv4 lot
irm sever itsh re AcUI,'f ti
But this matter has b-tt400W
since Major W. R. ThCOA Who has
been working faithfully "W Vi
baildiiu and adv=oaaW6t of the
ticy, and with great 400eOWeh5 guo'
needed In organistag a ew corpor
tion. This orpOoaU WU' be a
State bank, and wli cotnaUne bust-
ess unlinterrupted W e.osdain Dat.
ton & Co.
The new firm or Corporatimo will
comprise W. R. T1-0A1a -*-XJkBroons,
H. F. Dutton, C. W. CMase, J. H, VI.
aI, s. J. Tboma. asd 3. B, Padtt,
well known and ooertt obiness
men. who have purbaelW te Datton
Bank building, vaults ai f4Attre,
and where the busine lU l cOUlatw.
In speaking of the new orgmanlaton,
Major Thomas stated that he, wth.
others, realized that it would be a
calamity for the frm oft tton 4
Co. who had done so mueh .tor their
people, to quit business, espeolally
after they had been one of the chief
firms in thq advancement of th @aec
tion and he sought to organlise
a stock company to BScOed them,
in which he,, was soeftetuL It
as not because Duttes a Co. have
not made a success that they were
retiring from business, but there
wer,, several reasons, principal among
which was the exteust phosphate
Interests In which 'they have been en-
gaged for years, and which are grow-
irn larger each year, and other pri-
vate matters.
The new bank will be conducted,
on a liberal basals, under the manage-
ment of conservative m'en, and it
9gos without saying will enjoy a good
patronage from the bego ng.

Rock Island Is Fined (20,000.
NKw York, May 22.-TeCh~cago,
Roc< W.'and and Paclfic Ralilrad com-
pary. throughh its* attorney. B. A.
JI'k.on. Monday la the United States
co-r Pleaded guilty to two of twelve
to'-.'.t. of an Indictment charging that
t4e ra:roald tad granted rebates on
S Tmcents of coffe amade by the 8.
V,,ti-on Spice company, of Toledo,
0 A flie of $10.000 oh each of the
toc counts was IQ" ed, and was
a ;j. The other tU counts were
so :: probsed. '

Plea of Gouty KAtered.
New Or means, LA., May --James
Cb Hs,.1 lnfdatapoU<, td.. W.
r. TLon.aMn. of MarsIbll, Tex., and
lJaBdn>, o, Mosroe. a., In-
.''ei fur VolatJ8g t e federal anti-
: "e aw. plesde/ tll to the V.
K :i >: aart rotetce was de-
S. T, coua atnou- that It
.', sentaee iaUl other
S of .cb tbest se several,

PCCu'.Ieg Freed b Law.
May 2. -4iolay W" $ at
I ~Ar~cday" ~~ topodti

r~~~~um ~eS sToe
b~kised. wt## W varied
rso so 69nO mu wit I~u~
i:;a, ~ Isbet.'lhicharge
And IaaLSY e lne

Naar m awm

w~ ow

the, m.is
~' a~ IL

litMMt Wbethr as
Kat ad sensible people
it on knwiag what they
4 a d d as medicine.

z so ed sobf
nfcad~ul re ade of





gIumte btllft and devrngemnts,
li to fiTrequet .heeaaehe tiack-
i tagglng dowa pt- or distress In
adMoIlnal or pelvo reiosi soeom-
ad, Umes, with a debl stating,
ostanrhal drain and kindred symp-
f of Weanmes, Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Is & mot efflcint remedy.
Su effective to eurlng painful
:tI Alling 8trritth to During
O WaIn rep fn system
xia t mother for baby's coming,
SIr f childbirth ufe and con-
S fDaleus. The a Favorite Pre-
*r n ufi most potemtk strenothening
16 t the Mal miatem and to the
g na eddatctley feminine In portkular.
Ii 3 Nothin!g and invigorating
trvtnoe aII cure ~Tervom exhaustlon,
ROoUMO irttIo1 r leuslata hysteria.
tRcd ohorf or t5 Vltue danse, and
U 111atroasing nervous symptoms at,
temIla apon functional and organic dis-
popq of t-* distinctly fOinine oaMniL
Ab Wr of medical author)tle of all the
wverSJ lSehools of practice, recommend
6h of th several Ingredlents of which
4041 Elptlon" ai made or the
d~ab loesw for which it Ise almed
tobea cure. You may read what they
y4r. bys ending a postal card
M4 ofor a booklet of extracts
from the ali authorities, to Dr. R. V.
Sierce, Invalids Hotel and Surgieal In*
Utate, Buffalo, N. Y., and It will coo to
you by rtur pot.
. It i I tni I ln l I II- I

Break Is Made for Liberty by Four-
teen Convicts of Gang.
Amerlous, Ca., May .2.-Four.'
teen additional misdemeanor convicts
have escaredl from the Sunmed ',-unty
chaing'ng, mainug a round tatal 'of
bboqi 30 escaping recently, and co.t-
Ing the county thuo'uisds of dollars.
T,:eofourteen epca.ring disarmed two
of the three -nmuars, while the t'htrd
guard Is repj;rt, 'to have lied tae
scene, the convicts deriding. him, as
he sprinted aftor the fourteen do-
victs, who had been gone some time.
Another conviet, Brady Rcddck.
found tte guIt of the decarping guard,
and, thus earned, pursued the fuwi-
tives. He captured top. of"his fel-
low convicts, and returned tWem to
camp at the port of his gun, after-'
war"ds chailntg 'them.
This brilliant feat of *a negro con-
vict is applauded by Amnericus citl-
sea S.
The four convicts who finally es-
caped, had all escaped previously,
and were recaptured within the past
month at a copt of $5<) to the count*
ty In rewards and expenses.
Tie four escmpiDng Mon\lay me0an a
loss of eleven years' service to Sum-
ter county. Six weeks ago the noun-
ty (omplisviontrs promised .ludge
Charles Crisp to reorganize the seem-
Ingly demoralized chaingaa", ar.d In-
stitute reforms. and this doe.tratibn
they still promise to carry out short-
ly, when cowipethtr menm ea be so-
cured. The presont ovaty mac Cp-
meat of convict* has sem ragly d4e
generated Into a burleoeq, and .Obuld
be extremely laugnable, bet for the
enormous cot entailed upo BSumter
With Iti oom lMaS hiert ban.
fatulente, torpidity ( the Nier em
stpalm, peplttum, o the e
ypbr blood, headache sd other ae
von symptoms, allow lids. fl
Ie0 oeffe silv brcth and a leon
Ot oAar ailments, is atomee the *
widspres4 and detrnWtii uT* hiy
aaBMi the Apopa TheMeB-
we treatmet will Mar an Om
wos.li. Mse bottle. Sid by W. .A

SIxth Day of Strike.
p SuaWWWO, lad.. may .,.-The
sixth play of tb* UveAavlle street ear
strike beoom quietly. J. M. ReA".
of h~clshasb~f plactoed ntargo'
of the ammdosu'am pemounisto.*h
we an M t ewhich be1sa to mov
0at I *5low* fthat low No reCe. 1
was #aft.9S deek. bhowee. weore
the E**Wv~rA~vQ won sumed fra
an wetd We baf.
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Beneficent epidemics are scarce, but msch a one has truck GainesvilleH
and people of every station and occupation have the. fever.
It is most interesting and instructive to itudy the wcrlstantly changing
line of applicants for Poctei Banks as it fie@ through The Sun's businwm
%fice There is thi mother, bripgtng her daughter with her and teuriiMu
bank for the girl, another for herself, and inquiring anxiously whether
-may have another for the boy who is at work. She receive it promptly.
Boys come--ome are steady, seriounsfaoed 6baps who hive obg
think on their own account, and who Ik questions about the operaM.
the scheme whicat show the results of rubbing up against th- wor 'I
Then the High school girls and bya, pay and active, while the' .
man and business an "slip in" during the noon hour to get a beak fori th
boy or girl at home, after asking one or two leading q nietioris to S,
tbeie is no joke about the 25 oenta

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Kitters of General InterNt Gath.
ered by Our Rporturs

what Has Happened and What is Going
to Happen Told In Short Paragraphs
So That "He Who RunW May Read"
It In The Sun.
Old papers for sale at ta* office.
Horses clipped at Hunter & Ed-

House for sale or rent Apply F. M.
C'llon, City.
Ladles' calling cards in latest styles
at Sun office.
A few newspaper. 1le for sale. Ap-
ply at Sun office.
New stock of buggies and wagons.
Hunter & Edwards.
Blank leases for sale at this office.
Price $2 per hundred.
Wa ltftl-d-Mossenger boy. Inquire
-'rt ru Union telegraph elice.
Mules for sale or ft Aply at
once to Geo. W. eoe.a Galeseville.
'onni now occupied by A 0. T. So.
l.t, .Miller Law Rxchange will be
for r,(nt June 1. P. Miller.
F? T .Mott and family have removed
t,, ":, \f''at Main street N., ,where
t, ar. now pleasanty lated.
Fri. -ds of Mrs. W. J. Denby will rem
) learn that Ibo hs tte 1U at
"" h nm but trat tat she will

lii, Frank Claft left yesterday
fr rt White. where desired
?1'Kht an address at dng
I Fort Whit. K igo ehoL
A' IaL rried couple, m eiUMren,
A1 lke to rat eten= e &at or
i" rall.Uy omted.. A4drees,
'r ^ d paMawSUm, BSm 23M.
arioad blmg i S arrive
"" nornla. "at- wf be som
.a wholemJe or ta d Uated
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I*s ol steil. Mea st e

Sty Tax As Wg, W. W. Celsi
."ed hate le 3am t, me a

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Miss Gladys Burke, a charming
younM lady of Jacksonville, is l the
city,. guest of her sister' Mrs. J. R.
Merchant. Miss Burke, who has
visited Gaineaville before, has many
friends among the young people who
are delighted to greet her.
The Kappa/Alpha fraternity of the
University of Florida gave a dance
in the armory Wednesday night which
was well attended, and which was one
of the most enjoyable occasions of the
kind given here this season. The pro-
gram was comprised of eighteen
tanoes, with several extras, and the
young folks enjoyed themselves to the
fullest extent. During the evening
delicious fruit punch was served.

To Our Friends and Patrons.

Having decided to close our bank-
ing department, to take effect June
15th, 1907, we wish to express our
heartfelt thanks for the pa"t liberal
patronage and for the many evidences
of favor and confidence which we have
received, and also to make known our
regrets at severing a -buness con.
nection which has now extended 9yer
a period of more than 35 years, dr*-
Ing which time we have formed a
most sincere friendship for these
many friends and patrons who have
remained with us during all. or a part.
of this time.
All checks for deposits will be paid
without iRerruption. All time cerfl-
ficatea of deposits, bearing Interest.
will be redeemed on presentation and
Interest paid, In full, to the date of
presentation. Very sincerely,
May It. 1907. Oainesevf, fla,
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To Our friends and Pftrons:
Since making our announcement
that wv would elose our banking buslt-
neos to take effect on June thth,. 07.,
we have s4ld our bellding. fxtu rs
and vaults to W. R. Thotuas. G.
Broome. H. F. Dutton, C. W. Chase,
J. H. Vidal. 8. J.*Thnas and J. B.
Padgett, well-kown business men it
this city and eoatj, vwo will orgaLse
a banktig company to be conducted
in this tbtding. Is order that three
may be no dismotiaeuMe Of the bank.
las business ia tn bl we have
decided to atsmta4uerw -a l
the orabstism of asD aO W*mpany
and wre r"eveldy ak Wrfris
and patre whbe hae so d doe

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For Sale--A new ll-room house;
2-room servawnta' houe and one as
lot Apply to P. 0. Box. 221.

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Have your stationery printed 'at The
dun office. Mtrteolaaa-work promptly
delivered at reasonable prices Is oqr
Dainty desserts are a failure when
cheap, weak extracts are used. Just
try Blue Ribbon Vanilla next time and
see what a wonderful change for the
better t will work.

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argre Crowd Present to Witness (lt'e.)
einrdie of School Societies.
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THE PROGRAM WAS FINE Bginnlnf Anrnlf "W wim Di o a



The Wdodesus Oaele. Auxiliary of
th- Woodme of the WarM. wil meet
Thursday aloW, hd lrd. at the Mar
snic ball. Lt every memasr be
premnt for it aey be the aiut d
-r ersmser M. .- A. WWlgA il
meet with *s. A
Per btb-Tew Cetde U- i
Jsi vb ii n Now T d
MEMO ."-- 1--i ."';ha*
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Fhe o for buying anything but

a Pur Cream of Tartar Baking

Poei is. tosave a few cents in price.
JROYAL csts you a few cents more per can than Alum or Phos-
phate of Lime powd but it is wofth far mqre ,than the difference
t0 keep your bicuits, cakes and pastry free from the injurious
cf of diMe a ening substitute. .
4C10tinued useo AMum, means permanent injury to health.
AW Alum Ailments-Say plainly



A* aval Equal to Tha of Any Qtf
Country Cleverly Presented.
A representative audience that cda
pletely filled the auditorium gathered
at the high school building Tue
day night to witness the closing exe
cliea of the two literary socletle
which held a joint meeting.
The stage was handsomely decor
ed with plants and flowers and th
colors of the two societies.
Promptly at 8 p. in., to the train
of a pretty march, Miss Ruby DeLan
and Miss Kate lloulware, the F
dent pmid secretary for the Joint leM
Ing, took their places on the tagi
and the mQmbers of the two soeietie
filed into their places.
After roll call, which ras responded.
to by quotations from Shakespeare
the following program was taken u
and carried through without a break
Piano Duet--Motline Pagan an
Leo Baker.
Recitation-May Kirby.
Piano Duet-Ida Ic Donald ani
kdlth BaslY.
usay--eule Kelley.
Vocal Bolo-Rosabel Pedrick.
Recltation-Julia Wainwright
Debate-Reeolved that the Unite
States Should Have a Navy the gqua
of That of Any ICuropean or Asiatic
Country-Demosthenian Society, at
firming; Nuclean, denying.
The speakers on the affirmatlv<
weq Tom R. MHoamtn, Sam Mixot
and Evelyn Collins: on the negative
Fred Hampton. Dallas Bowers nd
Julia Bunch. The debate was am
lutoreastin and snappy one, the boys
and sirls without exception acquitting
themselves with creat credit. The
decision was rendered in -favor ol
the affirmative. Thin evened up the
two societies, as in a previous con-
test the Iucleao had carried off the
b Piano Solo-Mary Phlfer.
Recitation-Mattle May Williams.
ong--Glee Club.
Reoltation-Aleswa Schafer.
Violin Duet-Ruby Deland and Tom
Newspaper--ldlted by Lucia Pat-
ton, IEarle Taylor and Kate Roulware.
It would be hardly fair to select
out special members for special men.
tion--they were all so uniformly good
-but the reeitation by Julia Wain-
wright, the singing by the Olee OClb,
the vocal solo by Rosabel Pedrlok. ad
the six spiesbehs in the debate were
all of unusual merit. It was the opta.
Ion of all present that there had never
been seeh In Ualnnaevlle a better e-
tertalument by school boys a girls.
We congratulate eteory N e whose
ameu appeared upon the pro ma.
An Invitlaqn.
Kirby Smith Qhaitr. U. D. C.,
Standwall Camp. U. C. V, lew Wall-
are Camp. G. A, R. and the BIes and
Grays are cordially Invito to ated
a memorial sliver tes at the reelsloe
of Mrs. eorge K. L roIse on the
eveoing of June 3rd, Jefwso Davie'
birthday, from 9 to 10 o'Wdeob
LOW. Rev S r.
J. J. ialey Chps, U. D C
pewerth Lesgus Scials
Th Kpwoorth Leag- of the First
Nethodist charc ol bae a laws
et, on the laws i J. i.adgtt.
'ranklin street. Mbt bt ville, this
reeinig at I o'et. wb *e all .me
Oe's of the aimed tb fr eods
hre ITatted.

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An lnterestlqg Debate on the Neces-
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BOw M i"HPrP4lsatMIn of Union by
wtrwo00 Ml g Imployed.
ARMY S go, IN 0 Birati s'Ala., May .-J'<
features oat th street caru-ap wateitn
-beganftn I t"aga Meday has.
ently th 39esam Preui. been meman In whit a
dunt Belt"e e Will agaimnt wrs on to
S. J dried t* aploImns ha b bse b awora
I r 0o' PoHT OUATEMALA i durtt 1M 44 aAnd Mfveral e Ose
Setra opty sheariffs ar station
"-"--- I aIn al, olat tr afd nuburbs
.ie0 ldeoays Wants to Over. toA6 4~ bO t r
Mlo Government In Guat. 1 efet06 1 ad sd passed run-
Slag M8aWa idmrnlnr, Mayor Ward
,,W Sn Salvador-troubleus ha Smrwlqg for Central Amerin s loons t O fiy ad hv4 givBen spe.
l 1 to1 bttels to aUoW so coangre.
t d Mexico. May S.-Meuica ga tilng bo wli$4 6U
BlWasing removed to the Gust- The -P s na4 touted by te
r or. _tlhI nlormatlon Birm l Ri wiy, lght and Pow.
the esp91ol t6 Sl1a l` c i g othe resut of the re-
i The a"S re bolt W eoBt tUot of a Ulo 0 aongo
lDIfe aVA AJ1Ral- the n oM 4 -umord1 tthey were
'1*"' P00 .?" what about to 16 tlad ieogonltloa.
te~eti noldt owa min ot- Presidxlt *er(? Jemison states
Ad tleo. =9 kowsa OWl the IWppy ill never recognise
t tro protettel e be give. O00 l eers will
s d tfat "th trmastwemaeof be runaing jtt as oo s* adequate
S (o 0Pe Ia"ply be the protecti6s Mn be gdven. Oloprs will
l*et Ofrtevious rdI s ed be statioed on all th strt cars. '
war d$%a"eant as pursuance About 490 ena are employed by
s.it o mPt5iallon n uwho I 1 the comply and fully t00 are affilI.
tte Iet BO .pdAml Bl tf0eao..t ted with i union. All men who are
beoat w h0dr 1 1'ei the not affilIatq with the qnlon are draw-
Out had b>1 erans the 11 pay/lthouAgh not at work.
i0 th MV u1aboat The JeffJON theater was packed on
Sto proeo4 tdl 0of O a Moiday iR to bear the ackless by
o antsri lOato_ oS o Samuel OOamprs, president of the
!' 60no0 Qabo '4W Aimerless Pederation of IA.bor.
to Ouateopal( 'o Was to.
iame to San.sBa0r. oo0S N r THINK IT 18MIo S DUTY
gJo In still In t the arr r0t O- 1-
4S8. oAd the MaIdetlM 010 W Would ftlogn OOiceo. Ofore He Would
Ulls lo Guatemala 01 ;. Give Audience to the Carriers.
Ameriwan bustn0egl as lIn 8avasabh, Ga., May I--.ongress-
l b arrivld t romI t l o man Charles 6. Udwards has arous-
Vdaysao, says It I 41Y L a ed a eoret's ne st Ids refusal to
of time when Prildent Pl- receive a delegation of letter carriers
of Salvador will be *of te because of their color--lack.
ra Jorldable revolution. Whi It, was Or this spe6fled reason tba$
I ay ou e mittions In the lsttWe the ,Pepgresaima 0laid to agve tihe
Ue Ire rkpil ti eondition of alfairs now eMxt- be has brought about las ears the 46-
is Gautemalas. fieroa has Ms- ver comment of diany leading men
iln Mooking three laclpnt r*y- In private and public life. Among
as and as a result ts uadlcrlm- those who haye rlttldsed the con-
throwing suspect* In jtll. iwrnmma nsverely are Jedge Beuel
uo atexO04 d dvelopmets B. Adam, or Geop W. ed.
for the time bean choked the man, tate Senator W. B. tephene
of the men who are organslng and W. W. Iall. They declare
i etolutloo agalait OCbrera. They that the conrpeman had no right to
4 absolutely on the ild of Pre- re.rfu to me a delegation of his con-
W lays of Nicaragua. The revro-. tunts.
Scary general, Toledo, tos ow In Unterrifed by the erticisms, Mr.
a, capital of Niaoregua. -As mwrds romalB serene and oalm. He
i as Pastident Zlaya bolleves the ,: .
e tvepe .4t to reported, he will send "I have eve tedetl ms cosurat.
and equIpaeet tW *eneral To- ulating me up my stand from all
dr the attack on Cabrera. Bs- over the state ad, eo andt anm con-
n, however, will not move tMUI vinced that the gat majority of the
I Is sure of the gpporK o Hoedura white people grw e It am ttng
I SalvtAor. ithe former esro committees, that are trying to
Ske has his hands full In adeav soab a good white ftise, Is a part
fla to toree ordr and r er of ay ofcial duties, I would resign
iiN eat the toeurns of o o the ofee by wire. t do not con-
i at lapa. e0m wLr Isa b esive it to be my duty."
SgagsdS In In Hodourar ftsmong
liticat factions, enoh led by a pres-
intlal aspirant, Whi-easy bellov. Killed In Preight Wreek.
h9 threatened revelions ta Salvador Utea,. N. Y., Mlay 1 .--.-rei1ht
secretly backed by Wolaya. wo engine, eastbound, Oa the New York
to name a sucoeceor to Pfrt. Central Jumped the trek at V Plnks
t Ipluero, all are avg that aButl, eas of Lttle tll. Tileday
troubled of the Central AqerloI torltnag at West Alio ftand COvTO-
_re a yet ta tr tlpl- ,a"d sial train Na. Mf, t o, ottd,
eralruid into toe wreknid Urns-
sageman -naley, of Nw Torel. was
Ce *, nditloen Pavorable. tsgtoeatly Itlled tand k TiN-
Tork. May I2.-Aoeor4nda to bhy. of the passeager tai. was aIn-
I.M al report of the ilk AMeIt- Jtred. Dagilner Hydeo nd his flre-
of Atrca. Just mBsed, es-* naa ,ofthetreihbt. were b*4ly sold
of Mrw silk by hrope sa4 ed. Other hurt ,r.Ad mow *. the UIt-
iit States ntegate 4eO00,. tle Phil. hopltal. ae Mr. Sad Mrs.
pounMds asnally. of vwl m Ie Paler. of Toronto. aOuanda. Mr.
'State ooame. iS.000.*0 AJMlerg, of New York ity.. Oo-
h Pank Allas, the secretary, deator Luddlsitoa. was It chrles of
the lk trade for the last the pmeengr trata ua4 he a4d the
aDd aserto that prtsett esaod- freight easMnt lumped t task jwt
were naer more tavorable. the passeanr' train appi ceo
Is o*e Q*prema fuatmre. bow* getag Si the oppose dltretieo.
*ed that is the high pries of --
N. 1 tatc 18 l1 has e at the S Be.
M ees a h A.Im pre. We 8e1 * t ^wwe le.
t4 l s thee tis a eian e Atlanta May .---MMm- .ar.
lmteaElI, the pIee of t ad. tis. of me nrst ward. ben tatroeaeed
i l aet, rseolatton la the ooetl I orvMlt
u a 1for the eleotes by the people of all

C ~~I city ffcers ci A'~~lasta 1r~ ~
tvlew Yt ro, Si, chief, cig -lSw at-
O.t G At-ow. hareor, and esm tM ww
LC ~i9s al physician are Nebdd~. I~t~ thefl
pvbis. j Ototlos the esedi~: l hi
oba lt. a Pams.tho ep
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a bill to be entitled an Acreuilingeal
.l to the dCity of Lake City, a,o tor ed
*p -- N uI, 1tion rdwposes, e 0 ea h6ld for \-
, m W. w vsm N ma sed by the Unlvoqsty of Florida, But Ths XMas the Jackson
There W Wr or ,---.-- m yt W" A city, and CitY hrtr Bill.
th Kiht Salary ML Mktag anW *11do11ao000to nay to the city of lake Ity, the
A MamouAnt o tamed by the said city under BUSY TIMES- AT CAPITO
MANY I MPORTANT BILLS the pr# o f d -MOChapter 5 w84 lawsI
Were Introdused In Both House sad of rid o Many Matta e Of Importance wer
WOnr 00inOf8 I 00thMSS aBrought Up and Disposed of w
Senate, While Other Were Passee were wais d, the bill read the third nday- tla. of tate Aud
on Third Readlng-Both Houses time in ffll, and poised, t7 to 0. ndals of Stat Aud
Wore Busy During the Day. Senate adjourned until 9:10 Wed.- Asi lat Incr.ssed.
nesday. Special to The Sun:
One of the meest Important measures sud. Special tO The Sun:
Introduced In the Senate Tuesday WA S-- Tallsahase, May 1.-This has bee
one authoorisg the holding and main- HOUSE PROCEEDINGS. aStrtdn@ou day In the Legislature u
tenance of county fairs in 4he sfY- The House of Reprwsentatves was a day which has brought many di
oral counties of the State wch may called to order at 9 a. m. Mr. Know- appointmitto to some anxious waitew.s
deore to oooduct such expoit&u Qf ole of Monroe in the chair. Roll call. "The Gyerwor vetoed the Jacksm.
th reecuroes and attracUosa of the Quorumnpresent.- Prayer by chaplain. villo Cb ar bill, after It had pasase
county. The bill was Introduced l. Approval of Journal, both branches of the Legislature with
mIttaneoily- tin both hodhes, In the As a matter of personal privilege, considerable opposition.
Senate by Mr. Bckman, and In the Mr. Knight of Columbia had a portion The State life InsUrance bill bu
House by Mr. Farris. It is meeting read frohn an article, Our University, been made a special order for Mo0.
with strong favor and there is very to The Goepel Herald, written by Dr. day.
little doubt that it will be ena&tqd Into 4noola Hulley, president of Btetson The West reapportionment bill, seek.
law and that it will result in great University. Mr. Knight s&ld the ar- Ing to increase the number of Sea-
Wood as a factor In advertising the ticle having been placed on each desk atorp and Reproeentatives, was killed.
resources of the State and in bring. in the House, he desired to say the The salaries of the State auditor
ing new settlers and investors. reflection upon the Baptists In the ar- and assistant have been increased by
Warm Deate. tile was an Insult and unworthy of the State.
The warmest date of the iona gentleman. He wished It under- Senator Crull's bill requesting a
The warmest donate of the sesalon stood that the Baptists welcomed all geological survey of the State wu
In the Senate anyone that practically denomination. to the University. paase.,
oopied te entire time of e after- o senator McCrear
noon meeting, was on the Knight bill Pased Obi aof tn n, being Senart
Increasing salaries of cabinet officers. House resolution No. 89, by Mr. Rue- e to being Senate
A feature of the day in the House sell of Putnam, Inviting Hons. I. L. bill No. ..;, elative to establishing
was the report of the committee ap. Pa'rt". W. A. Ma] WUai and. B. derg under certain condi.
pointed to confer with the joint in. Parkinson to address the House this rtions; ol. 273. Opviding for keepian
tigatin committee of internal im. evening on the subject of good roads. records ohlble of dynamite, and No.
provement fund under House concur- Adopd. rothe obstruction of
rest reolU oa No..1. The speaker read telegrams denying public roads and highways by rail
Nearly all the time of the afternoon that the people of Tampa are opposed roads.
session of the House was devoted to to the State fair. The telegrams were t'horoe Is a great deal of busine
oinuld ton of the license bill. For from the board of trade sad chamber yet to come before the Legislatur
AWWW" o %urs uradm 11t. ww Of -,1O Of and the talk of an extra session can
about tee t oure adsendments were I oodaeroe of TamPS. be hpart on all sides. It looks as
aoered, but few were adopted; iIt was Intrdeuotion of SlI, though this will be necessary to di*l
all small detail. By Mr. Watson of Dide--New chart- pose of the buasnes of actual neces-
Oov. Broward has relns'ted James Or fdr city of Miami. Jhsed under sity.
W. Perkins as solicitor criminal court suspension of rules.
of record for Volusla who was nu- By Mr. Farris of Duval-For fairs NnGRO CONVICT ACTS OFFICER
ended on charges and J. Hall Brums- and expositions.
by appointed to fill the vacancy. The By Mr. McClellan of Suwannee- break is Made for Liberty by Four.
case was a somewhat famous one in ProhlblUng festivals for private gain; teen Convicts of Garg.
Volusla. read second time under suspension Aanerlcus, Ga., May .
of rules. teen additional rulade:,.e' :
SENATE PROCEEDINGS. Select Order. have escaped from the Su;
The Senate was called to order at House bill No. 179, by Mr. Reese chal 30 an, making recently ad
9 a. m., President Harris in the chair of Escambla-Rellet of census enum.- about 30 ec recently. an
and a quorum present erators, with two substitutes were The fourteen ecplgdecaug .i r .a
senate resolution No. 00 as offered passed informally, of the three guard, wtlile tl,'
by Mr. Willis. providing that no billsaardIsreorta e
coming from the House of Representa- Bills on Third oeadi ituard i reported er ha 1.
ties, eXpt lo ae bill, should be con. House bill No. 21, by Mr. aPtrri of she printed ter o the tfo" :lF
sidered by the Senate union they had Duaval-Assistance of Florida Historl- vtespr ihe had ber e u "
been referred to proper Senate cn- cal Society. Mr. buPont moved lin Anot her onActd b ran b
mittee and reported by such commit- de"hate postponement of the bil found ttegunofthedecamtuil ;
tee. Senator Willis poke in favor Mr. Farris and Mr. Parklasow and anll. thus armed, pursued t'
of his resolution, whleh he stated Mr. Rose opposed the motion of Mr. tires. He captured ten a l "
would prevent dangerous legislation. Willis of Ldvy, ralsIng the com1ita low convicts, and returned t
The resolution was adopted. tlonal question. The bill was lost. camp at the polnt of hisa gun. "
New mills. yeas 26. nays 31. wards chaining them.
Following were among the new bills By consent, Mr. Geiger of Lafayette This brilliant feat of a n r'
l wtriced: atroduced House bill No. 54, relating h ct is applauded by Amerlcu. '
Senate bill No. 429. by Mr. Mc to charter of town of Mayo; passed ens.
Oeary-Amending and petdecting title under suspeaspa of rles. The four coavicts who fa
itd bill effecting O.% reville charter Spelal Order. anped, hd all escaped pr. T
Ibil. Senator MeCreery e atlained that, For 10:30 a. a House bill No. 03, month ae r a o o .it "
this bill simply perfeted the title of by Mr. Parkliso of Volnia, for crea- ty In rewards and ex.pen c-
the bill Just si oed by the Governor so tot of Atintie conty. After an The four elsapang bMore y !r. r
that It weold properly conform with honr's discuslom. the motion of Mr. loss of eleven yeaur' gerlce "
the bill. The rules were waived, the Melton to indelnitely ptpone was ter county. six waeks ,
bil retd second time by title, theo arrlTed; yes 45,. s 13. Mr. Park- ty commisslosqs pironid '
third time in full and passed, a8 to 0" i onnae ndoa hard Aght h r his bill, ~arles CrIsp to reomglaie '- 7
uSenate bil No. 430, by Mr, Back an sad was opposed by his oelmeague. Mr. Inyt demoralised chalun as '
-To encourage the holding of fata Morrlisco. sa by Mr. Orter of AIch- titte reforms. ea d this decU a'
and enzhbtions. usn. they attil promise to carry out
beat bill No. 432. by Mr. Massey- After the ofnaderatios of many ly, when cop wetB? ^rec <
To provide fo the wetalshmiet of other bills, the Hoose jou e an- t. n oeaty"
a pemanet camp alto Agr the Frilda tIl 9 o'elock Wednee4da mornas. Imat of eoasicts has seemt' -
State troops. Os mote. or Smator enea oteetla lau o i r'" ;
Massey. the bill w a special Amv :'e Uo. enormous ote Ilaied bu .
der for Thursday at 11 a m. se- Washtin, . Uo. >or- --.at ife nt- o ate.
ater West of the 11jat called att- tiosal eonwettio z the regular onmy
tim to the fact that RMese bl N e J ana unton here Mooday slant Vatican's Scheme f Ir uncial R
1?). by Mr. Abersathy of Orange aes Captain J. B. Mertuo. WashInson., M3m., May N.-.4It statI d
rtbted to the orgaied militith. s was alerted netioaal osmmaader; good aethority that the ,"'**
eas his notics thips i was aimo maoe Captain Jame J. Lackweet. Ot Cht- esheme of Isactl reof ra

a ese oald "er twle same b*b UI OW .5 e vkce ad Dr. SanR H. 0 l k fd to
Oee* bill M. oU & Mr..n ow.oalntW, ,d a, Junior 11.5 via- sm. SM %uhW pm
pbhLes-4bfa f the dobs ofM& ar. S; 5e. 5. am. &. ml M bl ove"W
am aft hs- n.o=" a"i aestaagland v'~f pmo Fw
mm. at qhlow ..qw $no ftw

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Amiolns of the
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?ext-seoaxmill 416" to
Mseon EnRm~eseed *IPAWIn
*p-IHouse PaeseePrImaI'V41I.w
eontsiut silt

two long and buy sessions
e.,b Senate Moday, that bdy
tarily forgot the resolution
ted Saturday morning," providing
ght sessions, apd aourned after
afternoon sesalon over until 9
k Tuesday, O halt hour earlier
that body bas met any day dur.
g te presentMesslon. .
ThIe k ese by Its unanimous adopt-
of the Senate pension bill of Mr.
goes on record as being fully
ual of the Upper House in
to the remaining Confeder-
tB lras and their widows.
Governor's message relative to
ISlMt decision of the United
oqurt on the unconstitutional-
of Wsesusment laws, as printed in
Iv ewal statutes, really brings
'i t.most important propositions.
6, 1pm9lttte on finance and taxa-
Slov have the matter in hand,
4' Jaouksonville charter-bill is still
SThe Governor has until
tl^May In which to record his
hbo~ld he decide to take this
etr l robable step, In view of
t conditions. It is, of course,
lble, if not probable, that he will
t the bill to become a law with-.
Is b approval or disapproval.
W. H, Wyatt of Bradentown.. sheriff
*l, oatee county, was In Tallahassee
sy and officially called upon the
of Leon county, wilto capias is-
from the county court of Mana-
for the arrest of Claude L'Engle,
the charge of libel In the case of
A. Graham, and presented same
09 er l of f Leon county for exe-
which process the sheriff of
-! refutaed to serve at this time,
\to Mr. L'Engle's duties In con-
with State printing during the
IMting session or the Legislature.
Senate was called to order at
In., President Harris In the
and a quorum present.
k tor Humphries called up Sen-
wll No. 101 on the table subject
101a-A bill to be entitled an act
'14bl t o( the people of Florida
d text-books at reduced prices, to
w e special editions ot maid books
'low prices, to empower county
Nrds of public instruction to adopt
eth books If desired; to authorize
O' llilj contracts with lpubllshers to
$ fpvlt for the filling of contracts:
j.e. provide a penalty for any dealer.
'-'4jqrk or agent who may sell school
t',.t oIks at greater prices than may
t'e entered In t contract between
6 Ioards m f public Instructions and pub-
iUshers, and for other purposes. It
was read in full the second time and
.after the adoption of a number of addl.-
tioatl amendments, the bill was or-
dered to the conumittee on engro.ued
bills from which It will go to the cal.
ndar of bills on third reading.
Senate bill No. 260, by Mr. lroo8Qe--
'To protect birds known as the turtle
d4i.ov. read second time, rules waived,
wead third time in full and passed, 23

i The substitute for Senate bill No.
by Mr. Tramnu'll. a bill to be en-
tit an aset iprnhing that certain
pnbUe schools i tlhiv State shall ro.
asktV State aid, and making an ap.
p.roprlatio .of 40,o000 therefore was
d to full the third time, and ias.-
dA at to 0.
Afteroon *ssion.
iThe Senate reconvened at ::;:o p
'- lsor afternoon setonil. Prcsildeut
'Juto in the chair.
the h our of 4 o'clock has in ar
the special ordNr set for
1Mt Ume, betag Becate bill No. 192:
t: 4,' N. Smeman to fix eomponsations.
r w eagMlged aod the bill read the
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oJa CItdy 20, INC.,

ChIld ufilbtfd Two Years. Now
Well. MUotbr Prlees Cuticura.
AMy little g had been a sufferer
oft esema on her face for two years.
Tried tpatmeat from doctor without
effect. I at last heard of the Cuticura
Remedies. Started treating her with
Cuticura Soap Cutioura Ointmer'. and
Cutk ira LoveLt. She is now nearly
six ywm old, and no sores have u yet
appeared on her face. From the day
o aher ure we have always praised the
Cutioura Remedies in the highest.
Mrs. W. H. Kimball, Canton, Minn
Nov. 9, O1905.
Srapif B -I -A 1I TreItute ftr
Econdte ime i lal. T e btll poa -
F4 1=t(.. (I ute form or C -ooo.
ACSJ_ I .. BEkrwp.. .on, ir.

second time In full. The bill pro-
vided for salaries in place of per
diom compensation and carrying ac-
cording to the population of the coun-
ty. An amendment was adopted in-
creasing pay of lowest clats, that is
of counties with less than 15.000 popu-
lation, to $150. Bill was then ordered
to engrossing committee.
Senate bill No. 875,6 y Mr. Me-
Creary-To prohibit obstruction of
lablic road or highway in this State
by any railroad or employee thereof
and providing perialtes, wae read sec-
ond timi, with committee amendment
that pro islons of art do not apply to
incorporated cities and towns. The
aiiiundmcnt was lost and bill ordered
to calendar of bills on third reading
Houso bill No. 12, by Mr. Carter--
To preserlbe and regulate the proceed.
ure for the admission of attorneys to
practice law in the courts of Florida,
was read In full the second time with
favorable report from judiciary oou.*
Senate adjourns.

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 aplpropri-
tions recommended the placing of stat-
ue of 8. R. Mallory In National hall.
and that coninisstlon aseirtals expense
and report to Legislature of 1909.
Messas s cre read from the Sen-.
ate. and bills referred to proper corn-
Chief Clerk J. 0. Kellum. who has
been ill for a week or more. resumed
his imst, and 0as eoeted with ap-
plause by the attaches iad members
of the House.
On motion of Mr. Carter of Alachua.
Senate bill No. 26. relating to holding
term of circuit court tI the Eighth
Judicial Circuit. was passed under *us-
penston of rules.
Special Order.
Homuf bil N 483, by Mr. Carter
of Alachaf-Provldtag Sor the etLe-
Uoa of e e tie or sta g inemal.t-
teeomen of political pa*t5a-tS p1-*
mary electiMe, and se
of powers a"d beertahg e8 Tfe
bill was pnON" af8 l 6" the Wats trt as, m a ao
-oe ma- Mr.

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relates to standing committees and
trial of contest. Dill passed 52 to 0.
Senate bill No. 58, by Mr. Beard
of the Second-Requiring express com-
panies to post schedule of rate and
weigh all packages received. Passed,
yeas, 40, nays 1.
Afternoon Session.
Called to order at 3 p. m. by tht-
speaker, a quorum present, 64.
*The House returned to Senate mies-
sages, and the Senate amendments to
House bill No. 58. relating to reftsal
of telegraph companies to receive mes-
sages, were concurred in on motion
of Mr. Baggett, author of the bill.
Senate amendment to Joint resolu-
tion by Mr. Doke relying tb huIer-
state commerce.
In accordance with the resolution
adopted in the morning, the House pro-
ceeded to consideration of bill on
second reading out of their regular
order by call of counties.
House bill No. 321, by Mr. Doke
of Alachua-Appropriation of $26.889.98
to certain counties for reimburse-
ment for rent of armories from June
S, 1897, to October,.1902. Amendment
by Mr. McKenzie Including appropria-
tion for Putnam county, adopted; en-
grossed bills.
House adjourns.

With its companions, heart burn,
flatulence, torpidity of the liver, con-
stipation, palpitation of the heart.
poor blood, headache and other ner.
vous symptoms, sallow skin, foul
tongue, offensive breath and a legion
of other ailments, Is at once the most
widespread and destructive malady
among the American people. The Her.
bnae treatment will cure all these
trobles. 50e bottle. Sold by W. M
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ITrat on as0parift Island, Char.
ltte Habor, Srvoyed.
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The Tract. Which Comprises More
Than Two Hundred Acres, Ha Seen
Surveyed Under Instruction from
Commlioloner at Wfehington.
The United States land office In this
city has sMant out the following circular
letter under date of May 20:
"Notice is hereby given that a part
of Gasparlla Island, in Charlotte Har-
bor, In Tp. 42, R. 20 E., containing
S24.39 acres, has been surveyed under
*special Instructions from the Commis-
sioner of the General Land Office,
and that the plat of survey will be
filed in this office at 9 o'clock a. m.
on the 20th day of June, 1907, and
that on and after such day we will
be prepared to regc e applications
to enter said land.
"HENRY CHUBB, Register.
The above tract, which is located in
one of the most fertle sections of
South Florida, it will be seen, will be
open for homestead in June, and will
no doubt be rapidly taken up.
A few months ago a large area of
Government lands in South Florida
was surveyed and subjected to appli-
cation for homestead, and a large pro-
portion of these lands have already
been occupied.

to draft this bill, which was prepared
by the gentleman from Escambia, and
introduced by himself. The bill only

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4N AMISEMPTIC that stops Irrton) eubduss Inflam.
S matin and drives out Pain
I PENUTRATE the Por, lo the ibr esu Taow, pro.
Smotes a free oirlation of the Blod r t Muscle natural

W. 8. Bailey, P.. Tre, TTeas, write: "My
wife had been unering fiAe year with paralysis in
Wer am, when I was persuaded to use rared'
Snow J nimant, which fected a cm e ca. I
have alomused It for old sores, frost bita skin
eruptions. It does the w~rk."
THR SIZES: 25., 500 o d$1.00
ST. LOUIS, Us &. A.


u P. Hay of the First Pro, teri,
SUNDAY'S SERMON church, followed by the d,'j.o: ,, ar
WAS VERY FINE The ushers were Mat ,- cbb
Chesnut, John Bennett. Thlino .i-a
Alpheus DaCosta. Hardy Jt\! as
Dr. Craighill Was Eloquent on His clai Evans( all st'" >' t
Si eighth grade.
Commencement Discourse.
Life In Florida Did Not Evident ) Su
The Audience Was a Large and Rep- This Illinois Youth.
resentative One-Students of Four The Hillsboro Journal, u!,LI, ,!;, h
Classes Attended In Body-A Most Hillsboro, Ill., date of March con
Interesting Program. tains the following, whith will litti
heeded except to show the lgru 1tle
One of the largest and most rep- spirit of some people who art.' r ve
resentative audiences gathered In satisfied, even in a growinii aid pros
Gainesville for some time was that ferous country like FlorM ,, "'11
which assembled in the big Taber- leave tje balance hi the h.iJ u in
nacle Sunday evening, the./occasion telligent people who knu'..
being the service commemorating the Following is what the ',,:: 5 ;!r
opening exercises of the commence- has to'say:
r~.t of the Gainesville Graded and "Chester Dreyhus re tn~,i! ?' a
lil,h School for 1907. The commo- Pensacola, Fla., Monday, vi1: ire t
wious building, which has the largest spent the winter working in th e '.n
seating capaIty of any in the city, yard, His mother spent the winti
was comfortably filled, the occasion at Tampa with relatives an, h.i- u
being a union service of the Meth- yet returned. Mr. Dreyhu -o-" I
dist, Episcopal, Presbyterian and Bap- poor man is 30 per cent 1mr o01
tist churches. here than there. Wages n.
The students of the four classes of cent higher and necesari,'s \#
the High School, under direction of cent cheaper. The people art into'nt
Prof. Tom F. McBeath, the principal, and care little for good a U All
had Miss Gussle Miller, his assistant, they care for is to get w"rK h"
marched into the building about 8 they can boss 'the niggers t-~ o, they
o'clock and occupied seats to the are happy. He had good health a1
front. worked nearly every day. In fat
The services, which were presided everything was so high, be 1 ,d
over by Rev. T. J. Nixon of the First afford to be Idle long.' The 1,.t tA
Methodist church, were opened with i weeks has been oppressively ho!' S
the song. "Holy, Holy. Holy," by the suffered more from heat thiai l d'
combined choirs of thea .lt-* I any tim hama lIat nsunier "

which the congregation Joined, after
which there was a scriptural reading: YESTERDAY'S GAMES
and prayer by Mr. Nixon. There was -
another song. "Onward. Christian Sol- Charleston Won Over Jackso 0v11
diers," after which Mr. Nixon pre- After Cloe Game--Other Results
sented Rev. Francis H. Craighill of From Wednesday's Daily Sun
Holy Trinity Episcopal church, who The result of the gane- .t
was to deliver the commencement South Atlantic League yesterday
as follows:
Dr. Craighill took for his text a Jacsontlle 0,.Chbrlento: 1
passage. Apostles 6:9. "Lord, What nings.)
Wilt thou Ha. hle Do?" Augusta 7, Macon 0
The passage seemed particularly Savannan 0, Cblumbia j
fitted to the occaslok, and for twenty- ,.
five minutes or more tha speaker -1-
dwelt most eloquently and ImpresAtve.
ly upon the duty of the coming men To F TiONUAS
and women of this country, stating
that education was the base of good UNDERTAKING CA
and moral judgment In every branch
of life and commerce. His advice
to the young men and young women Pa.j LINE OF
before whon !,..' N, privilege and
honor to a:'.*,. '.;a coped in lan- N. W0 )....
Sage not only eloquent, but extreme-
ly brotherly and lmpressilve. Dr.Cralg. A0aXs MyR
hill. thoh probably the youngest or- *. 133
da ned mintater in Florida, ts oe of
the best and meet m asterly
speaker handling his sbMeft it a o" se niNmas
-a I ateresang a mU ettv ImagoW59
samWr. His adres upos thas -o s mma sei an si
caa was 0s es4U018 m W"sa ua a

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Attorney LO" N -t
.entto St
v~bha's Counee WIl g t.
wtin it-Meony 6 *.sd
STu.eday's DaIi son.
The third week the spring term
| e CIrcuit Court for the Bghth
e)al Circuit. His IHonor J. T.
l presiding, with State Attorney
V. LOng, was lled at 2 o'clock
afternoon, a after the ea
and empanelUll ot a Jury, the
of the State vs. Shed Blake.
with selling Uquor In a dry
ty, was taken up.
the defendant in th ease, being
open court, w artaMlgned and
ed not guilty. Jury called and
evidence and argument sub-.
and verdict bf not guilty re-

There was a civil Ce dispoeed oft
that of T. 1. Ows vs. Kille-
& Garner, assumpsit, In which
defendants were pwrmIt to fle
amendment p ea.
Court then adjourned until Tues-
k morning.
The 8trobhar Casi.
Probably the most important pro-
ing of the court today will be a
tton by State Attorney Lone to
e the plea of "andre tol acquit,"
plea of J. N. Strobbar, defendant
a case in which he is charged
th embezzlement by the Atlantic
st Une. The motion will be ar-
this morning, beginning at the
iing of court, and will no doubt
Smasterly effort on both sides.
s latin term, the plea entered by
defense, means,translated, "former
uittal on same charge." bhe de-
dant was acquitted in therourts of
ton county, Ga., On this identical
rge and his counsel are contend-
that a man cannot be tried twice
n the same charge.
The court-room will likely be crowd-
this morning, as the defendant;
ho resided here for many years, was
very popular man.

rom Wedlnesday's Dallyi un.
The circuit court opened at 9
'ekwk Tnesday morning, His Honor
dge Wills presiding, with State At-
n,: A. V. Long present.
Trh first business before the court
Is the return of the special venire
f four to complete the panel of the
lit Jury for the third week, which
ra~ follows: W. W. Avera,. H.
W11 V. T. Chesnut and J. A. McKin-
The flrst case to be called was that
Sthe State vs. S. Childs and Geoo.
St. charged with selling liquor in
county which had vbted against the
le of -ame. The defendants, who
w' previously arranged and pleaded
guilty, were in open court, and a
ry was called and sworn, evidence
4d argument submitted, and a ver.
lie returned of not gullty C. J.
ace was foreman of the jury. At-
ne,,- Evans Haile was the defend-
Dth' attorney.
The *trobhar Case.
Th( important proceedings of the
. as had been suggested in advance
The Sun. was the argument to
hike the plea of entreee toS acq lt. "
Std by 3. N. Strobbar, charged
f embezlement. o ee 17th inst.
SAttorney Log, who Ie set only
* ~bitious but a faithful and efl-
wt worker into the lte est Of the
i made the motifs. and the de-
Sdant with his os eMe. Attor eys
LA Thrasher and lrank Clarkt, be-
Snr, court, the argument was begun.
The defe at, scamopened by hbe
RTi"" wife, showed fldeo ofe
' illness. and to eNbetaJUate
"t I, re-nt of his condition f U-
- a idsavits atd tma from
I, lhyicans and others woern
IO and read belarb the court.

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must15 havk~~OWY P ,coUi
S., IW"h& OIw Ib It Witt'
#4I.$ DW eAgaPAre they thid,
Vale, 4141lp tPDo Dot fotjeo
kycrs, $*rse-P-rillN. YqO
jmw lIfbaikes 'the blo~od pure
is4 rich', end builds 0 pthe
geiaeral health In every Vay*

the following prisoners, convicted a
the present term of the court, and al
of whom were present:
Jonas James, aggravated assault
twelve months at hard labor h
county ail.
Beasle Holt, larceny, twelve month
in county Jail at hard labor.
WlUird Moore, murder in second
degree, Stateprison for life.
Charlie Thdmpson, murder In the
first degree, with recommendation t
mercy, State penitentiary for life.
Rolla Singleton, aggravated assault
six months in county Jail, hard labor
Maurice Simpson, forgery, fgiv
years in State penitentiary at hare
Sam Boatwrlght, aggravated assault
four months in county Jail, hard labor
Ed Alken, manslaughter, five years
hard labor in State penitentiary.
Sam Hall, murder in second degree
State penitentiary for life. A motion
in this cause for new trial was denied
Court adjourned until 9 o'clock
Wednesday morning.


Greek Mercantile Interests Have Been
Owing, to the ,condition of his
health, which has been failing for
some time, A. Chresostomidhes, the
fruit dealer andlgerchant, has console.
uated his interests with the interests
of N. George, who owned and conduct-
ed a place' of the same kind, taking
in a third partner, N. Francisco.
There will be no material change
in the business, both places being
continued. The firm will be known
as A. Chresostomidhes & Co.
Mr. Chresostomidhes is contemplat-
ing a trip to his old home in the Is
land of Turque during the coming
STAT orrnoo. (rrTY or TOLEDO,
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he Is senior partner of the firm of
P. J. Cheney & Cob, doing business
in the City of Toledo, County and
State aforeald, and that said frm will
pay the am of One plundred Dolars
for eaeh and every case of Catarrh
that eanaot be cured by the ue of
HaITs Catarrh Cure.
Sworn to before me and esbcaribed
Ir my prVence. this th day of Doe
member. A. D. 185.
(N L)i Notary Plsc.
Hesr Catarr CreIs t ake tn-
tmala and ats direottly a the blood
and mOsMIa sMriaem of the asytem.
send tfor t"beno free
r. A. airr m Oo. T elf, O.
sold by all yrl-I T.
Tak Baa P;e Plls tor ont

En Reute to England.
W. H. Byles of WIDsor was in the
city Tuesday. Mr. Byles, who is
ome of the oldest and most widely
known residents of his section of the
county, is em route to his former hoe
In England, which he Ma not visIted
since a boy of seventeen. He expects
to be absent until fall. and his rends
wish him a safe voyage and plemssat
sojourn, which will no doubt be ,the
De Yeo Leve
yer baby? Tou w derd why e cries.
Sy a battle of Wate's Oream Varm-
aa nd be wl saver ery. Most
baMse have warms. aad thes moe
4it laow s WMsfi OmB Vesm-
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soonts n W pe B ruly for T a king
Advanaig of His lineN.


file "Purely Lpeal" Bill, Seeking to
Swipe Sip Chunks from Alashua
and Maprtm Countles, Indefinitaly e
Poetponed.-Charter Bill Signed.
Special to he sun:
Tallahassee, May 20.-The House
bill of Mr. Willis of Levy, seeking to
annex a strip of Alachua and Marion j'
counties, psme up this morning o it M R NELLIE MAKHAM MRS.GEo A.JA
nal pa a thsage ato A nervous irritable woman. oftests Ima t o1 4dl not a what
speaker bIatthews gave the author the verge of hysterics, is a source ot e 1 da my fenmly d d s
an opportunity to withdraw it, but misery to everyone who omesa a4011gw
he refused, whn Judge Carter pro her influence, sad unhappy and nMi wa to
ended to score Willis in a terrific erable herself. n L I
Baerh womebt not only drive he. labthe 1 1an earth
manner for hltroducing the bill and bands from home but are wholly att 4o01msec dilng i ate all ty
advancing it to its third reading when to over children. apct5a ;
e he wap ll be. The ills of women set like a r. W. Geo. oA. James, a life l 3w"
t The bill was Indefinitely postponed brand upon the nerves, oonsequenatly dent of redon N. T,, writA
Sbly a anemo sIetee. t e en-etenths of the nervous prosftf Dear Mr. inklhs t-
,1 by a unanimous vote. tion, nervous despondency, t he *I was in a terribly r dows
J Gainesville Charter lII. "blues, sleeplessness, and nerWous 04had t rm "0 o
on tttbpllty of women se from sm e my = 1 wnwee br j
,- Governor Broward this afternoon e de nment. o som ts Ty_ ?
n signed the bill amending the charter Do you experene t ofdepreon" m ba m
of Gainevill e. with restlessness alternating with e* bwl heut muchel
s The Senate voted down the Beard t oeas rritability? Do you su rt U ha
bam Asnt o the abdomnii na reAove, ,
bi relating to the drainage and recla- obanikhe, ber lnheg-down pin ,alein o Tem e e tht O
mation of owamps and overfloy~ed dW l, u le alespness, and s a lmost
lan. ds, by a vote of sixteen to eleved, dy" y ua e rsnappyna It o M
e Judge CartW's bill relating to ad.- oUr eMs aWc in a shattered s on* 111m11. wl d0 O0 10
Ctou sd you arc threatened vith
to als0ion of attorneys to practice law nervous rostration. Womesn e l
has passed boh houses. Prooft s monumental that nothing female weakness are vit ed
Sin the world is better for nervous communicate promPtl with 1 M iM
Bea f a trenubles of women than LydiaB e. Piakham, attynn Ms ea At
a. BeautifulReolutha lt os.w r ou Vegetable Compo ud, tonm given, the trouble 0M 10
le Mnkbm% Vege tas ale Cmpond ad ln we an t
Be itresoful d that whereas our made from native roots and harbs w teesd
d Heavenly Father, by His wisdom and Thousands and thousands of women wy r s outof
mercy, has taken unto himself the M if to thiS fact. v volume of am I n r
mercy, has taken unto himself the Mrs. N li Makham, of 151 Morgan female ills Ms. khm pr
, sweet spirit of our sister and co-work- it., But o. N. Y., writes:- has the very knowlede that will be <
r. e, Mrs. Minnie L. Gleason, that we, Dear Mr F Pinkham:- your ease. Hoer a Is fre 5 m i
the Rocky Point Sunday school, take "I web a wrenk from nervousprosaton. always helpful.
thise tok Potnder or s athy Lydia Z. Pinkhsm's Vegotable'Compound. made from naDoti roots a
andthis means to the under oner sympathy herbs, contains no narcotes or har l rugs and today holds the record o
Sand love to the bereaved ones. Our the largest number of actual mures female diseases of any medicine th
Sunday school will miss her sweet world as ever known, and thoulsndA of voluntary testimonials are oL
*. presence and gentle ways each Sun- Le in the laboratory at Lynn, Mass., which testify to its wonderful valu
day, and it is with heartfelt sorrow CY L. fWi ''s V'sab C a Wasa'Is R6ecdy for WiMIs'ls.I
we view her empty place.
She was a true and loving wife,
a perfectly devoted mother, and a
true Christian. The passing of her ,
dear spirit ii only a sad reminder that .. *.
some day, somewhere, we too, will .*
be called, and may we all be as pro- ........
spared for the summons as our sister. % .,%N*. .
The beautiful Christian life which she
lived while here will be an example
to the loved ones left, and also to .
sorrowing friends.
May that gentle mother's love, and 15"--
pure Christian life, be a bright star
to guide the footsteps of the dear Ygr UatwV
husband and children to the throne Nature's Own Remfy ` 0...
of God. I Ii I e d I. I I
of these resolutions be sent to Mr. uMnte d A ebW. Tf te iM It
Ben iteither..t a fourth r d h001t1 aV copy DI V 8
0. A. Gleason. the bereaved husband,w (/oo ltro s S m erse outhea w
and also The Gainesville Sun. ciare ar is ,
MRS. T. E. M'DONALD, Supt. [Six MOnth's Trutment $1.001 |orofmos efmd.
J. S. CROWN, A st. Supt. ~msa as MsU
Rocky Point, May 19, NOUIM I' IInt CO.K. A If Tenn.

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Tig stage w* bandsomely decorat- and wIth n eppoeeion, save'the o
with ple ts sa* Sowre and the vot efuat i r e of .olombil,
iPflotel Ka ft TW a Whah Anamouly S ntor

Hill'tds o t t p.ot o tho* o ea was o oe nly one t
1 at eto o th e Dotrtby ol a rso rdd llaainst the bill
f Kathe -ckuiwiary, thle presi. o The ll carrle one hundred p
jd secretary for the joint meet. nd ity ollae for new
p*P w their places on the stage,0 Uveof t ld of Colombia,
u0eu rs of the two ao ocl"etlwes e oooo *o **no y p *d. o

to their places.
Sol eall, which ram responded HIGH SPRINGO HAPPENINGS.
ql otation from Shakespeare, '
lag program was taken up Commenon11M t EIaerelb -A Baby
through without a break: Show-Other Items of Interest.
Dot-Montlne Pagan and High 8prlp % _, May 3.-Mrs.
Ekrre Sutherlhofd O lnesvillle 1s visit-
ite-May Kirby. Ing berp4tet .NMrs. B. Phifer.
P et--da McDonald and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Laroon and son,
Bl7y. Arlie, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. M.
3 B o 1 l KeUey. Frink.
Dsolo--oea l Pedrlok. .Mrs. C. C. Bars and little daughter,
tatlon--Julia Walnwright Emma, are attending commencement
Ied that the United at Sutherland Colleop. Mise Abble
hbvla save a Navy the Equal Barra will b' one of the graduates.
of Any Paropean or Asiatic A. E. Adams Is In Cleveland, 0., at-
osntheolan Soclety, at- tending the boilermakers' convention.
noleoan, daylng. Geo. Glass, postmaster at this place,
1010aetrs on the affirmative and wife left Sunday for Beaufort,
'0 a Rt. MI BeatB, lam MIson 8. C., where they were called by the
Collins; on the negative, serious illness df their son, Charles.
Sfamptop, Dallas Bowers and This young man is in the navy, on the
p oaeh. The debate was an Kearsage, and is expected soon to be
and snappy one, the boys hboe for his vacation. His many
ris wltot exception acslUitting friends hope for him a speedy recov-
l with great credit. The ery.
wae ordered In favor of Last Thurbday the closing exercises
ilriative. This evened up the of the high school took place. It was
boletlies, as In a previous con- the grades In charge of Miss Emily
t he Buclean had carried off the MoWaters and Miss Julia McCredle,
and the children did their parts beau-
o Solo-Mary Pbifer. tifully. There was a large audience
n-M ttle May Williams. present and everyone was pleased
l"l Club. with the entertainment. The teachers
tation-Ales a Schafer. deserve much credit for the manner In
hi Duet-Ruby DeLand and Tom which they trained the children.
-E-b i- Friday evening the lAdies' Guild of
paper-Edited by Lucia Pat- the Episcopal church gave a baby
Io Taylor and Kate Boulware. show and a strawberry supper, at
would be hardly fair to select which the sum of $71.90 was made.
special members for special men- Rowan Bush and Ruth Grimes got
-t-hey were all so uniformly ood the prices for the boy and girl under
Sthe recitation by Julia Wain- six months old and George Grady
= t, the singing by the Glee Club, and Andry Sims ot the prlses for
V cal solo by Roeabel Pedrick, and the ) oy and girl under two years old.
s ix speeches Ip the debate wore There was a lovely program of music
of uatsal merit It Was the opin- and recitations prepared. The siAr-
of all present that there had never ing of Mr. Hyatt was much appre-
s een n Geaool boyle a better en lated, also that of Ray Witherapoon.
m e at by hool boys and irla There were many attractive fea-
, aongratalate ever one whoMe tures o the program, one of the
I- appeared upon the program. best being a recitation by Miss Annie
Lou Hodges. Mrs. Bapp also recited
.The deolaon of the 8uprem9 Court beautifully. The ladles, in charge of
Sthe United State that a railroad this entertainment were Mrs. W. N.
Sbe lawfully required by the later' Oramlinl. Mrs. C. LeOount, Mrs. Ellis,
O Commerce ComilMm to make Miss Marie Mann. Mrs. P. P. Wood.
te oonnectlonas with other rail- Mrs. Maggle 8wan.
for the convenience of tile pub- The many friends of W. B. Dow tn
Ist most Important This la ee- High Springs are deUlghted to know
sBI o beeaue the court decided of his Improvement
it it "the primal duty of a ar
| to furnish adequate taclltle to lpwerth League SeouiL
hlkr" rgtsouch. "su peo lary The Epworth League of the First
"am ug uas the gnrias oya- Methodist church will hold a lawn
E -te carrier a nao ao s m *fete on the lawnofJ. Padgett,
as* to decide it of a u m. P'Fruakin stret. East Gainesville this
aso aeount of this particular evl F at 8 o'clock. to w b all me
t The logical result of bre of te leag and th frisdo
l- dotMaon will be far-reaching. Invitol.

lwoeuld peem to entirely ouat
-l. _frem under the co HAVE VYSlATARRHI
a the railroad that where U yu hae ta4I h,. with oTa
pa-seir rate has breath. urag pains n the that.
I the a ulm rate and diftislty In breathia. rasklg of r
e unprAtable therefore cou, dlnchas fro t ue no. ki
It Is the earnlng or droppaig fro the b of the
hlb e t rety over the throat, coughbg s pasmsaa m. begin
bot p assaener and the uan of yomel at oo
be asw tred Its dlleatia Iks takes K wit the
th eompay Is de- air yOet breath o ma t it IA t*
hlkb t emo pro. most remote Ipt oa the
--,g wans kil aUi e
O n s frombeo th*la t0 s
oR t wY. g ym omta I 40 e wt1 s M g'

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tbW4Iafonw f etb Wa
Is to learn as to the relative standing and relability Of tbe leAdMing manufacture.
ers of medicinal agents, as the most eminent physicians a.e the most careful as to
tbe uniform quality and perfect purity of remedies prescribed bythem, and it is well
known to physicians and the Well.Informed generally at the Cali Fig Syrup
.Co., by reason of its correct methods and perfect equipment1A b Oth character of
its product ha attained to theh igh standing in scientific and cal, circles which
is accorded to successful and reliable houses only, and, therefore, that the -name of th.
Compgsiy has become a guarantee of ibthe excellence of its remedy.
,m-whV, A.V r T'TAT 'TTV"

appeal to the Well-informed in every walk of life and are essential to pet anent suc-
cess and creditable standing, therefore we wish to call the attention of all who would
enjoy good heal., with its blessings, to the, fact that it involves o qUltien of right
living with all the term implies. With proper knowledge of what Il b e tch hour
of recreation, of enjoyment, of contemplation and of effort may be nidfto contribute
to that end and the use of medicines dispensed with gdherally to great vantage, but
a. in ruany instances a simple, wholesome remedy may be invaluable If taen at the
proper time, the California Fig Syrup Co. feels that it 'is alike im rt to present
truthfully the subject and to supply the one -perfect laxative remedy which has won
the approval of physiciansland the world-wide.acceptance of the Well-Informed because
of the excellence of the combination, known to all, and the original method of manufac-
ture, which is known to the California Fig Syrup Co. only.
This valuable,remedy has been long and favorably known under the name of-
Syrup of Figs-and has attained to world-wide acceptance as the mot' excellent of
family laxatives, and as its pure laxative principles, obtained from Senna, are well
known to physicians and the Well-Infotined of the world to be the best of natural
laxatives, we have adopted the more elaborate name of-Syrup of Figs and Elixir of
Senna-as more fully descriptive of the remedy, but doubtless it will always be
called for by th6e horter name of Syrup of Figs-and to get its benficial effects always
note, when purchasing, the full name of the Company California Fig Syrup Co.-
plainly printed on the front of every package, whether you simply call for--Syrup of
Figs-or by the full name-Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna-as-Syrup of Figs and
Elixir of Senna--is the one laxative remedy nmnufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. and the same heretofore, known by the name--Syrup of Figs-which has given
satisfaction to millions. The genuine is for sate by all leading druggists throughout
the United States in original packages of one size only, the regular price of which
is fifty cents per bottle.
Every bottle is sold under the general guarantee of the Company, filed with the
Secretary of Agriculture, at Washington, D. C., that the remedy is not adulterated or
misbran8ed within the meaning of the Food and Drugs Act, June 30th, 19o6.

San Francisco, Cal.
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Arrested Small Coltred Boy in Act
of Robbing Postoffioe.




As Soon as SBoy Was Locked Up' He
Confessed to Everything, and Ac-
companled Officer to Home of Min-
nie Small, Where Traces Were Found
Marshal BenJ. T. Arnow on Tuesday
evening made another important ar-
rest, this time being William Small,
who is not only "Small' in name, but
very small for the age he gives-ten
years. At any rate, he is a young
criminal faced with a grave charge,
for he was detected in robbidg the
poetoffte, ane must answer to the
Federal grand Jury upon this charge.
Marsal Arnow was In. the postoffice
Tuesday evening. when he noticed the
boy open two boxea. He was Imme-
atately placed under arrest, and In
his shirt bosom therr were numerous
letters addree..d 'to the Slnger Sew.
tns Machine Company and The 8. J.
'I omas Company, the enters of'the
boxes which he had Just entered.
One of the envelopes had been torn
open. and therein Marsha Arnow
found a money order for $L75.
Thb boy was placed In Jail, and
soon confessed to everything. He la.
pIlcated Minnie Small and Carr Btin
ham. and told the officer it he woual
let him out and accompany him to
the Baall woman's house he would
show where she put the letters, and
afterwards burned them. The otter
acompOatled him, and placed the
two women Implicated under arrest.
They were placed In prisl, sad Wed-
nesday morning the trio were arrain-
ad before Justice Colma. The boy
was remanded to Jail to await the aso
tion of the grand jury. Minnie Small
was released wander bond and Carrie
blngham. aainst whom there ap
peared to be o evidene. was rw
Tf ws m a great victory for Marshal

A:me U b.Is w s M


rk, N. Y.

The Oldest Whiskey House In Georgia
Established i188
Pure fine old rye. By the allono 3 00.

Pure Penn ,Ivanio Rye. Rich and
mellow. tl the wallon $2.75. Four
full qn~n r $.O00.
Pbre substantial family whiskey. By
.*St (he gallon $590. Four foil quarts

Diremt from boaded warehouse, fBe*
and old. By the gae N OO. .
Four full quart $.o.'0


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lRieh mad lluw. By tshe allon 82K

We handle all the leadl l bmranof Rye ai d Ire Whlskies in the mar
ket and will aae you from 1to l0 Mr atos yoar pwreh-es. Send for prio
list and ataloge. Free apom applatlos,
N .A&OOTq. GA.& .
A PRETTY HOME WEDDING. Mr&. McNally and ise. mother and
--- brother of the am, from G&aln
Mr. Wm. MeNally and Mis Della Jolly vile; Mr. sad Mrs ~sauley., gra
Were Happily Married. father and pr---am r of the bride.
Orange Heights. May 21.-The mare from Tam;pa Mrs. Andrew Jolly and
r1ag of Miss Della May Jolly and Mr. son. Mrs. kiram sad daughter, ad
Wa. MNally of Galanesville took place Ml Belle OGegW from Waldo 3r.
on Wedmeday at I p. m. at the bone and Mrs. Thispi e d three daubl5
of the ride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. twe trom Roekdl.
M. I. Jolly. when the ceremony was Mr. sad Mrs. W. MoNally will rak*
perermed by Rev. Father Lyanh of Gaiesvilbe taTir fr home.
OalhamVlla. a gathering of relsatves All w s thM a ga and happy lif-
ad friends vltansin the aSptiala. A READER
A dainty robe of white silk batiste 1 ,1 W. Mcollum.
over white milk was worn by the bride. oarst W Mlu-
Ther wev no attmdant thesbral If d heal b adfa, it back and
apl.e coq ng aloae. keeptbg t ide o nrW f t let is disttre
to M dsdeaoha's Wedding March. d 4 an afts aw ag if yfou ar
whkeh VA played by Misas Belle I 61p lawsW omet of .r
Geiger of Waldo. St a 64c bo o MEia from J T
The decorations of the hou nw M m twmt the a a s m et crt
most attractive and artlstte, ba a tll the tt ad WM am.B e from
carried out tin speansh man owtrna. m g M I e e srom !
beasutiful pot pakats sad cgt Sone Usd. I3* m < meNo w
Aftar eemor te pMYyae n Me sa ta i d
mpe efelved he eimono latsm gg a coe 3

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both01111. wo lkta ethe

s eryoth se e i are. tHessl
tSdtSt be tthe S so' la the season
Sand it wMl be siMly aMf hnposbi b llti
I^'" U.r MCI..*.^n ? to "clear e dbehat." Two pending
H Mc.REAY't0. *M PM bills made apIal orders for thu
Sweekaa State life Mauir
TsEMS or, SousWtIon ance-- Mit mueh of the r
"0 Twoe-a.Week Bw $1 year; sit mBalAtlg t e, and .more tian 0o
t, m0e.; single oples, la. member is doomed to see some of his
ADVnarMUM RAWs pet schemes die upon the calendar,
JsAi advertiemetos, 18 eents a One of the greatest mistakes peo
Srst iand 10ets fo eh dd pe make t reference to legislatIve
Ial sertilon.. matters is in not acquainting, their
pis.yed advertllementS for three,
S12 m s as al rates. SenAtor and Represeetatlves as to
furnished upon appllation. what they woMld like enacted into law
sanidDeDah2o9-ti0 I-a1rMed earlier in the session. Take, for in
61. O aes,56 a ON6a11110. stance, Alachna quanty. Several ap
SO- peal' Lhave been received during the
past week for relief by the passage
SSU and the Thr teWe* of bills, whereas the facts In the case
N. .) or* 'should'have been made knows to the
sy omtAtton et e year. 17 Senator and members of the House
Sa sad toe Atlanta (I.L) earlyy ln the session. This cla of
bli.W e r JMooaIs oe r. 1 0 legislation is hard to get through at
n one ........ 1 0 y time, and is never permitted to
Tie-non_ er._..___obe "railroaded" through when money
rWe will not aeeept stampsof a is to come out of the State treasury,
ir denomination than S ents., It would seem thatthe State should
'be as honest with Its citizens as the
What will we eat, when dollar wheat 'commonwealth requires the people to
a floor so high w9 cannot buy? be in dealing with each other, but
.__ -_ * this Is not the Idea of. a majority
Naturally all the newspapers will of the committee on claims. The
some of the credit for hurrying State sold an individual a tax certl-
Spanish stork up a little. fl e on a certain piece of land in
SAlhuas county, upon which it was
Democrats are cowards at home and afterwards found the taxes had been
tors abroad was Theodore Roose. paid and the certificate should have
's opinion not long since, and yet been cancelled. If such a transaction
Temple Graves wants the Demo- had occurred between individuals the
tic National Convention to nomi- Injured party could have obtained re-
e him for President I dress through the law, but the State
I cannot be sued, so a bill fotr relief
With the score tied in the ninth, Is introduced. The committee on
men out and .the bases full, a claims, however, promptly recommend
er has a splendid chance to win that the aid bill "do not pass," claim-
himself the title of "undesirable Ing 'that the purchaser should have
by striking out kno*n what he was buying before
".e paid for it. So the state takes
The Interstate Commerce Commis- $24.16 of a poor mans mone% and
has decided six eades against the gives him a worthless piece of paper
then cotton manufacturers, for it.
asked for the same railroad rates The weather has been very pleasant
San Francisod as from New Eag- during the past week, except for two
d points. The South having the days' rain. The clay of this section is
r haul, it would seem should muddy during wet weather, and travel
we the lower rates, but the South on foot is very disagreeable. In this
rally gets the worst of it under, respect we prefer the san of East
ublican administrations. Florida to the clay of Middle Florida.
The Supreme Court of Kansas has
ed writs of ouster against the BISHOP 8ATTIRLEI'S ADDORESS
western Union Telegraph Company -
the Pullman Company for not I What was about as nea sensation.
plying with the State corporation al address as a conservative ailaster
I. As these companies are also often makes, was delalv c hst ie es
complying with the federal stat. by Bishop attersl, t I opal
rigorous enforcement of which Bishop of Washtton, te convene
ld on the same ground o"t them Bishop of Washington, OA rise conven-
don the same ground ast the tion of the diocese just held. It is
rtan address likely to gain wide< pub.
The postoffie law authors are licity and create talk In the North,
laughing over a good joke on though in the South the acts are too
selves. it sees that there has well understood to cause any com-
Slot of fraud wfth ~matrim mal ment except from the fact that a
e ortisements in the f We.Sl bishop uttered them. He devoted the
terprsing lady, M e ster or part of his address to the race
h ter daughter Garne wS at the problem and said, as everyone in the
oa of it, and after w trou ble southern part of the country Is keen-
Poetoffice inspectors na them 1y aware, that It was the most press-
Sand subpeonae seu o bf Mle problem before the American pe-
net' victims to teety piamet Ple" What he mid that wll hurt and
rut she was wiseo sad marisd what is sure to cause a lot of talk
tan in que so tho dan e were in the North was that the negro race
be brought into eort, aad te as was distlactly an inferior" race, mental-
Sher husband, he of course a y, morally and physically, that suf-
Sttfy against her. frag wua a failure, having been tried
_--- for forty years and having failed ut-
new branch of the Geological terly to make equals with the white
t has inaugurted an veetgs- roace out of people who wre radcales-
i of inteOest to every State where ly iferior. He said some more true
15 Is done, and that te In amount but not at all diplomatIc things about
f State of the UniR. It la to the childish efforts of the race to
Ss*pecial expulmemt station grasp clal equality through money,
there will be toel dibrent land holding and education. and siled
C8 of exploceIsa nder dJer t that whle he world eBerfully give

Sofae to sme w ic a te an sow e au t he d atages in
S pable of rmtHg t dligSer- these le they cool have. nothing
'InBa agu ed -ae dakOW tadt ter could do woud ever make
Sarevo type of m ty ~r thenm anythge brdt wtht they wee-
tO b tuied laoead aumb a ber rm belov the standard of tb
htre been brought fm aboMd white.
thfs ar& M poseds% to mre Fu rther, me this likely to m
Ir the ar of sae ming adver coam t in the leepal
S thin eMtry. Teet Orceh. be sid that the Methodtst
*ll be a f aell d sayMrtem of local preaerb and iase
Svth wfth Om ato 'leadire was just t thI needed to
O*6 gmM ad gMum awlnthe uses of athe alored popr
Iftseto be u .N. 0 orpasAtoIM of s OmudWe
emm afth oIft 4g am ke a e voeasO preaer

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tt. Is ptbaps not generally known
that there was Imported into the
United States during the fiscal yeqr
100, 70.879,179 pounds of cotton of
the value of 10,81&,433, which
makes the price 15 8-10 cents a
pound in the country from which'im-
ported. It Is estimated that there will
be Imported from 8gypt alone this
year about 115,000 bales of cotton
which it will cost about $10,000,000, as
the Egyptia! cotton being long staple
of the sewalsand variety, it sells for

Mineral Springs


s much higher price than our upland
cotton. This imported cotton only
competes with our aes-tIland product
Sand a there is not sufficient of that
r quality r" here to supply the de-
Smand, it ~s probable that the price
of the home product %is not reduced
. by those imports.
As there Ip no tariff on cotton the
1 Southern plaster is not proteced from
Competition, bat as he is now receiv- THE FINEST MINERAL SPRINGS IN FLORIDA.
Inag a fair price for his product, with Never overdows. ahtsar cannot be eMI for btealth i pleasure. Cures Rhew
I a rising m~ket, he Is making money. ~ DroMeueed si m trouble or 8f i e eeut park, 0o0 d by ibady.Rt=
The Republican theory of pttecMing ew hotel sad e* terawthre. Kr sat.bed0 sad table tare. Rooms with Istoot ceela.
the wheat farme,with taeev tax of wall at*4s udiNkb*H with cs. ~-eob around ate bouse.
t 6 cents a bushel is shown by the low o= n IV rdswor 4 asy Ldepth. Oaes of ci kinds-pool room for
price of wheat durl the past year, esdi omadren; a te o mask boratae olbm; Va&sON vt oo.
IuMaed tour as. t A poh, on Seshoerd Air 1. ilbod, where sasendi dv 'l
to be useless, because no pvruct can teamt to p to taa R pa a e.ek.npeial rates o part es. Guests a t h ow
be protected from competition, by lr o h w se b. tow and dressing-room per day ree. Telepht
placing a tariff tax on it, of which The S A. I rY. will sell Mroud-trip tines to Apopha for IS too tfor dirt daye
there is a surplus that must be sold WEK A SPRhNS O
abroad. Our surplus of both cotton ,
and wheat must be sold in the puarkets
of the world n competition with theANK I T PEACHES
surplus of other countries and the deP- iN T E Wededay, 1 eaIS PEA H
mand in those markets regulates the
price of the wholu crop wherever BE ESTA LISH SHIPPED NOR
grown and wherever sold .....
The tariff tax on wheat was not in-
cuded in the Dingley law to protect Will Succeed to Old Firm of I. F. They Were hipped by Gainle.
toe wheat farmer, but as a deceptive Dutt d company. vil Peach Orchard Coupuy.
snare to lure him to continue to vote h
the Republican ticket and Republican
leaders who enacted a tariff on wheat W. R. THOMAS THE PROMOTER THE PRUIT WAS 14ANDSOMI
knew they were trying to deceive the .'
wheat farmer when they put it into Major Thomas, Reluotant to See the Was of the Joeel Variety, Very Lar4ge
the law. They would have likewise Old Bank Suspend, Went to Work Pine and Firm, and Will No D.e
placed a tariff on cotton to try and and Organized New Concern, and Bring Good Prices in the Northers
deceive the cotton grower, but as
these were all Democrats such t tar- Business to Continue Uninterrupte n Market la
iff tax would have been politically use- The announcement of the Intention The first peaches of the Isea
less. of the banking department of It. r. moved Wednesday, making the easmo
The growing political independent Dutton & Co., which has been active about two weeks earlier than lasI
of (he farmers of the wbeat-growlng here for more than thi'rty-fve yea, yar. While the crop will be short.
States has been brought about by' and which has proved a great bone. the fruit has matured somewhat
their discovery that protection does factor in the building up of the city, earlier, which enabled the alnea .
not protect the farmer, but does Im- created a great deal of interest here, ill Peach Orah ard Comnpany, whO.m
pose a hea 4 tax on him by the high as our people were very reluctant to Gave& a magnlifent orchard at Pal w
prices that the tariff protected trusts have this old sad well-established to ship several days earlier than a
charge for what be buys.a Those In. Orm sever its connection with the ot orohead in the South.
tellitent farmer who have always ptb1e. Superinttedeat George L Tar g
supported Democratic policies know But this matter has ben overcome, had a good force of peikers at wrt
this and now their Republican neigh- since Major W. R. Thomas, who has during Tuesday and Wednesday, i
bore are also having their eyes opened. been working faithfully for the up- Wednesday had picked and pt e t
building and advancement of the several crates, which went by express
The Congress of American Physi. city, and with great success, has eeto the Northern markets. They were
clans and Surgeons was in session ceeded in oranlsing a new corpora- of the. Jewel variety, and being the
In Washington last week, and while ton. This corporation will be a Ba t on the Northern market, will ms
the most of their deliberations were State bank. and will otinnue busif doubt realise handsome prices.
entirely too deep'to the outsider to esa uninterrupted succeeding Dut- The or hard of the GalneilJle
follow, themr was one branch of the to & Co. Peach Orchard Company is not OWe
disanss low the most vital public in. The new Arm or corporation will one of the largest, but one of the
tbre~ t was the section of the con comprise W. R. Thomas, 0. Ie Brooe, l aesf and best managed in the State.
gress devoted to the study and preven- H. F. Dutton, C. W. Chase, J. .L Vi. sad had it not been for the ioan uat
tion of consumption. Almost all of dal. J. Tbom nd J. B. dge drought would have made a big be1 *. ;
the progress in popular knowledge of well known ad conservative blo .sd n 1g this seas. As it i s, the wilt,
this dreaded disease in the past few Men- who have purchased the Dut not come short of making the but
years has been due to the National Bank bllt, vllts a d iu FlMd oi nthis section of the Statt.
Association. It has branches in fit. and where the business will em ue. have eval vWarieties all of w
teen states. wIll have them n seven I spesk4 of t new ogl ~tim a m the best, olaing into easftg
more State before the summer is MoJori Thas atd that be, with various semons, which will gIvelh1ub.
over, and is affiliated with i stlrna others, ralised that It Wuld be a crop throughout the entire
tional Bocelto of the sme sort which ealality for the firm of DRttos & .... .
will have an immense congress ia 0,d who had de0o so mud for the The Sultan of Moroeeo is ad to 6&
Washiagton next winter. The 4ieo f people, to quit businelu m pedfly Tvery chummy with his deastSli g
work of the National Associati now after they had ben aone ost wbht could be more Satral s M
it education. It h as .. bus har I the advancementadf 1m6 n doubtedlyie a. pull?
be of simple e volumes for free diste t ao and be sought -o oullB_ .S,
bution. These tell just what menlau a stoek oopay to sus5da them. 2 r AFOaLWIO
tion is. bowtl spread a tn w bnd owte was ueMRuL Ita e t t S *
bet methods of prepudtean sstns t was not because Dutt m & Ot halve a LAWS (IV n or
They soww that the disease as i be 29 t Made wfll OJs tae OW * IthSI M L W hSi

ached a Rt by applystag i tm- re Mg fro s1119 11ee 41
tredy mIartn the earlier tawn. l swe ra M asl reaons,W 1111e1.1 eOM E
wto fact, 0"W a worJl of plo e d whqua Wea tie st s desteh pboat M- 4
ittibutloa ta ought t hateraei h wtod i the th e bee pe em- "F mgolPe x 1
be known by eeroae tn'evey a pied fr yas and wth are w JrN- t .d.alwse a 1

work f education. amo pesem s b- T mew bank wlmeo eed -,

"d *** on almtlont to ment of esrvatlvo me aM It se.. s o
din. LEtnt Iae esd met. As o wedl ea~g vi m a e'
adi e ma u t i ot by i iny-ag to theft~ntW to vit ro a I lng. rl P R WffU npB 5' T-i
h eslib f rthe nea west thew am Jmoae9wne__ a-fMk --





"aetia of Two er
dso teO t


Upon Plag o auA H i

ApproWehi ed (Mgta N-
one With m r t
Tuesday's Doa8 SMa
SoenU a d wton at e1" d" -
I.ly atO f*ityy i

i o'loke u he report o
pistol-q.otou ii oat upon the
Sight as. a
i, ir acted eghbors, to
,h'wt"e la dy of the boaset
Swftor cwas een standing
A & *a *t pl1as6 with sMok
n tand. In the dim dis
the pse, under the rays of the
l sa wte, touM be outlined the
^II U rof two men.
ltoy goee that at the hour
oe lady and her dA ter
ab by two Greks, a pair
Ial who Treoetly came here
:5rpoft Sprin to work on the
Sditcbee. The ladies were seat-
the plasa, when the men ap-
them boldly. The elder
sU preparing for any emergency,
stated, that the men bad been
t around the vicinity of the
S altl during thp afternoon, at
starting signlficantly In. They
Ia quspleon at the time, and
o, as she had seen them pass
or two In the shade of the even-
ihe went upon the porch prepared
t any probable Insult which
Sbe aoered.
the Oreks, ,whose names
.not be learned, owing to hiero-
and foreign accent of pronun-
Sapproached the steps, the lady
4her revolver and fired twice,
their shot took effect.
h e meantime the husband of
who was In the house, at
Appeared upon the scene
i brick-bat, which proved very
e, as It was well directed and
one of the men In the face.
managed to make their escape,
ever, but Officer Arnow was noti-
ntd arrested them qb4hour later.
were placed in prison, but se-
bond and were released for their
Ic'ace before the mayor Mon-
0When the hour arrived for trial the
who was hit by the brick was
fe so intensely that he was un-
to appear, and the case. were
pned until this morning at 9
Lt.k I

e Greeks cannot speak a word
Iglish, hence their motive In en-
the place is a mystery. It may
that they will be enabled to ex-
to the court througl.thpfr In-
eter this oning.
wasdndays Dally Sun.
SThe two Greeks who were arrested
rs I hal Arnow sunday night upon
A charge of disorderly coaduet pro-
Waired by T. F. Davis, wre arraigned
A municipal court Tuesday mning.
Ad attracted one of the largest crowds
ewr sen at a mayor's ourt hbere
' Thk defendants, neither of whom
tmid speak a word of Naglah. were
'sto t by the plaintiff of attm ptlg
tehis home and aault hi wife
sunday evening, when Mrs
emptied the contents o two
Aer of a revolver at them with-
W tbut one of the Mae was
tn the face and painftlly In-
by Mr. Davis. They suee4ded
ettmtg away. but were afterwards
giving bond.
air caused a great deal of




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40oonm m 6 0 stret MU and the part of the defendants a to to
when thW w M led Tuesiay coastantly oa Inthe vicinity of anybody's
Smorfor, 11a1s hatdy standing home and use language whih nobody
6 room Ia sIaw rou* room, which but themselves d understand;
has a f 8 e *ti apai ty. b.t .un.r the lr. utces, the me
ST"riTbl *qgina b i rners..ad unfamitar with
s The two e dtas /the one with customs and habits of the Amer
the ina .OMe a s In- can people, and being unable tb speal
t tensely, on ont Th the nMtish laguagsme, he thought
Were sd b the terpr dvibl to drls re them with- a
ter and eI aSttori y, Col. Evans warning not to guilty of snob oos
Halle, when the trial began. duct sin, it they did not desire the
The wiltesse were placed under strongest senteoe of the law passed
court rule sad requeeued to leave the Upon tbema
room. Ie Irt witness called wag SANTA PE HAPPENINGS.
Mrs. Da, who stated In sAPPENINbsta
that the delnEdats had passed the
house svea'l times during Sunday af. Interesting Letter from the Corree
ternoon, Sd their action In gastag pendent of That Lively Burg.
so Intensely In caused a suspiloon. Santa e, PFla., M y 20.-The
She said nothing during the afternoon, farmers here lave taken a determine
however, but about oart the two me ed stand, and are waging a war of
pIssed- agaP, tarrying it the imme. extermination on the grass that was
diate vicinity of the home, and making choking the life out of their crops.
gestures which would indicate that Owing *to the recent rainy weather
they were referring to the house. She after the protracted drought, i6me
then notified her husband, who was of our farmers are having a hard
In the room reading. The husband re- struggle to get their crops in good con-
plied that he did not suppose they edition, labor being scarce.
meant anything, and not to pay any The prospects are indeed bright
attention to their movements. Short- here for a good crop, especially for
ly afterward, however,. the witness corn and cotton. Cotton, though late,
said, they passed again, stopping al- I. looking fine with good stands gen-
most in front of the gate for a mo- orally.
ment. She ihen went Into the house, Cane crops are short and bad stands.
secured "her 32," and again notified Oats will be an average crop. There
her husband. is an Increase of cotton over last
Mr. Davis secured a brick-bat and year, planted.
came upon the porch, sitting in the We have the assurance from the
doorway. Mrs. Davis and her daugh. railroad officials that a regular depot
ter, Miss Mabel, about sixteen years will be established here Instead of
of age, took positions' on the piazza,. flag station as it is now.
Mrs. Davis in possession of her pistol. The t*o turpentine stills ,here are
In a few moments, the witness de. running In full force now.
cleared, the two men returned to the Miss Rosabelle Plowden, a charm-
house. One of them, she says, dellb- Ing young lady of Live Oak, was visit-
erately opened the gate and advanced ing Mr. and Mrs. W. R, McGregar
toward her. when she fired. At the last week.
same time her husband threw the Miss Alma Blitch attended the corm-
brick which struck the man in the menoement exercises of the Alachbua
face, when both men disappeared Ih public school last week.
the darkness. Col. T. 8. Baisden and family of
The young lady, Miss Mabel Davis, Live Oak are visiting their son-in-law,
was qext called, and substantiated Capt. W. R. McGregar, this week.
her mother's story with few excep. Mr., aisden expresses himself as be.
tons of Immaterial difference. She ing well pleased with this section.
was positive the man was not seek. We are expecting in the near fu-
ing Information, but "was slipping up ture an addition to our lively little
on mamma like a cat slips upon a burg, in the shape of an extensive cot-
bird." ton ginnery and grist mill, which will
Mr. Davis was the last witness fill a long-felt want. There is no bet-
called for the prq.ecution, and his ter location than this for such an
story agreed with that of his wife and enterprise.,
daughter. He stated that he was seat. We have come to the conclusion
ed in the door, and should have been that since the Florida Legislature in
in plain view of the Oefendants, as Its great effort to protect all the ani-
there was a light on the corner near mald, fowls of the air. the fishes of
.L. IL -- O J1. - AL A &1-

the house.
Defense Makee Statement.
Through the Interpreter. A. Chresoe-
tomidhes, the defeaue made a state-
meat, which wasa n substance that
they were looking for a Greek friend,
whom pomee one had told them, was
In that direction. They admitted bhay
lag passed the home of the plaintiff,
whom they did not know at the time,
several times, but were merely walk-
lag around in an endeavor to locate
their irlend. who was a young man.
a Greek who could aipk some Eng.
Ulish. and they were very anxious to

It e sea lakes and ponds, the turtles,
terrapins, gophers and all creeping
things, they have neglected to protect
the modest lAtle animal that is held
by the negro in as great esteem as Is
his watermelons. The oppossum is
yet left out and unprotected. He is
as handsome : t': opher, and sel-
dom invades an.: :'.s premises in
the day time.

Prevents Headache.
Force them? No-aids them. Ra.
moo's treatment of Liver Pills and
Tonle Pellets etrenthens the lirer and

fSd him. They denied that they had digestive oriaso sn that they do their
any ll Intention agalmst the plaintiff own work and fotiflee your contitQe
or hims fmily, and added In tar state- ti. against future trouble. tire
m.at that they dl& aMt atteb pt to ttreasteat Me. J. W. MeOollum &
opn the sate, although they alght K. and W. M. Johan, GaneevilIe.
have Mtopped near It. whem suddenly
the pltol shots rang et, and one eof
them was struck with the brick be
tore he was aware of wt w was mUn
pirng. They made a rtie, sataral-
I,. nAt were aftewards ar ted.
Byreo Dougms. who happened to
be pasong about the time of the in.
cident t fied Ina ef of the
fendanta. statlag that-he hod olbId
them "prys g ite" two Mmae but
paid no partmsI"r attetigm to It.
as they di datappear to be b lei
one or disorderly.

OWn Abe tm ~ u

Leagthy Petition for Rliof .m l
With Commerce Commilan. / .


Showing the Disorimination of tI f e* e t
fendant Transportation Compil i
In the Matter of Rates Have e1 0
Exfbited In the Petition.


The Florida. Fruit and Vegetable
Shippers' Association, of which F. D. O Ws
Warner of this city Is president, feel-
Ing agrieved at the apparent discrim. "
nation against the growers of lda ---
lan the matter of rates from points to
this State to the markets of the East,
as compared with rates on the class
from points in California, LCuba, Porto
Rico, etc., have prepared a lengthy pe-
tition of relief with the Interstate
Commerce Commission, and some
good is anticipated by the petitioner. me C ILakers
The .defendants In this petition are '-
the Atlantic Coast Line, Seaboard Air
Line, Southern Railway, Florida East
Coat railway, Clyde Steamship Comn- S Them at
pany, et al., and relates to the excess-
ive rates on citrus fruits from this
State. The following comparisons B r
will prove of Interest to the people of UI ud, C
Florida, especially those most direct-
ly Interested :t Gatneville
The rate from Los Angeles, Call- --- -
fornia, a distance of 3,261 miles, to which places i n in the face of great
New York, $1.15 per hundred pounds, disadvantage. /
while from Arcadia, 1,203 miles, the The Florida Fruit and Vegetable
rate Is $9.37 per hundred pounds; Shippers' Assoaiation, of which F. D.
that freight on citrus fruits from Warner of this city Is president and
.,uba, Jamacla and Porto Rico, to New J. C. Chase is secretary, was organized
York, is 25 cents per standard box, in Jacksonville a few moit', ago.
while the rate on said fruit from The movement was originated through
Jacksonville to New York, a much the Ganesville and Alachua County
shorter distance, is 60 cents per stand- Melon Growers' Association, which re-
ard box; that the rate on celery from celved the hearty co-operation of the
Sanford to the principal markets -in other county associations of the State.
other States are almost equal to, and Its purposes and principles are d.stin-
tf some instances greater, than the ed to prove of the grediest l. r, < as
rate to same markets from Los Ange- the aessodation is determined t,; r;,re-
los, notwithstanding that the distance btte Its claims for an hir ar'':i ap-
from Los Angeles to these markets portionment of freight rates t' :, b-
is double the distance from Sanford. out the country.
Mention is also made regarding the
discrimination In charge for refriger- MELROSE NOTES,
action, which are practically about the Melrose, May 20.-The S. lay
same proportion as transportation school picnic appointed for Thur- Ja
rates. I was rather spoiled by the rain, but
The petition alleges and exhibits everybody adjourned to the tomwn lall.
numerous other discriminations where a most bountiful dinner rvas
against the Florrda grower by the de- served and all had a good tinm,'
fendant companies, and states that the C. W. Rogers from Live o(ak 4
through rate for toportation of vlsitr in town. C. H. Huff!rT'wim
fruits and vegetablogiom points in returned with him and is ; t
Florida have remained practically un- be home again.
changed for the past twenty year.. Mrs. W. W. Wickeb has as
notwithstanding the rapid growth and Ice cream parlor and is mi t
development of the State in all lines, good patronage.

business and shipping interests, e.- Miss C. McRae has returii-. frnm s
pecially in the production of fruits 'verj pleasant trip visiting frikhn lat
and vegetables. Live Oak, High Springs and Gai ies-
Taking into consideration the out- ville.
put of the State in the lines mention- Hi. von Nossky has returned froiim th0
ed, it does seem a great injustice to diocesan convention at Gainc,%:ule.
the Florida producer, being nothing where he wa. most hospitably .ter"
short of a disastrous discrimination, tained by 'Ur. and Mrs. J. M. Gra aI.

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ACKSON s u-fl

Ito*, Whh

te that s TW -. a 0 boa tr. of
witate ruvelt h

voe, Wh a Whe the-I t
Wounding of tI
The scopielld .16 *WlddthesePO f,

be shot picked out O h. or by
Ste n of aki fe6 eaovaldas r as

The statement O1f t. wiO slhmw w oypthetle r g
be in possess&o tn We "S 4 the k"0 si pheakedatodc'
aict that tChas& t Hetor ant MmptMi l T
wit cs ead ao t t d ofb 4ad of

Jackson, the na= Wilh if *uded. w wrlpsn."-wilOt l erfo
were inda ul i IU John Barley not cre tamso-M o md
aWd thoI, h

jim Gordon, a yo brother of r knife may
|Cbarles, caMSe U000 AbA W nffrlng fro= 91 low

sad Hector In NO to=I* lvl o, 4t eMrrepondeno
matter. Without toMOMBtt It,. AddmB Tr a A.
suddenly struck th.e yU | Na~ YWMaAd
over the head with IL 40ji "-tas ft 8W lpt of W1 onetelai
kim for an Instant IsIM it Is *iBdk -oovri or 11 stalw pe
said that Charles Gordon threw &a Icop. Adisbe as bovt
partly filled bottle of li4or at Jaok -, ,
son, which came in contact with some I- rj|j f
obstacle and was broken. -The fact FATiAL ENDING OF
that Heetor had lost his "boose" In
this reckless manner caused anger If l oTIVpTeigf
to rise to the top of Mis head, and he GLURU IV FLOVl lilV V
proceeded to finish the ob up with
a shot-gun, convenently near. The .

cont(uts of both barrels of the Qre-
piece, which was loaded with bird-
shot, were discharged, one charge tak-
ing effect In Jackson's side.
Gordon managed to get away, when
neighbors summoned Dr. Clyde Carter,
who dressed the wounds and left the
victim in as good condition as could
be expected' under the circumstances.
Gordon was arrested by Marshal
Arnow in the vicinity of the Seaboard
Air Line depot at daylight Monday
nmoing. He was arraigned before
the mayor's court upon a charge of
discharging firearms in the city limits;
and assessed a fine of $5, afterwards
being turned over to*the county au-
thorities, where a charge .of assault
with. intent to murder will be entered
against him.

Btop Grumblleg.
It you suffer from Rheumatism or
alins, for Ballard's Snow Liniment
will bring quick relief. It is a sure
cure for Sprains, Rheumatism. Con-
tracted Muscles and a ull f-
Within the reach of all Price Mtc,
c. $1.00.. C. R. Smith. Teoaba. Ter.,
writes: "I have used Ballard's S1ow
Liment in m- family lor years and
have focud it a a"e reedy ftor all
pains and aches. I reoieni d tt for
P&as in the chest" Sold by W. M.

The Board of Trade.
,t a .lecial meeting of the Board
of 'I rile 1ueaday morning, which was
ftiri;. attended, special reprepevta-
tiv.s of the Florida Indgstrial Record
ant florida Agriculturist appeared be-
for.. itO board in the. Interest of a
'i.ai -dition thly woere getting out
f0r t ir r lective pApers, aad each
re' : **ld the hearty endoremeat of'
th- -iard.
Thi industrial Record is to Issue.

l arO ROBgil 80888 884 Fre6*
for.All fight; Saturday.



Received Two Ugly Wounds by Knife
Said to be in Hands of Fred Rawls.
Beth Men Arrested, and Both Were
Assessed Pines.
From Tuesday's Daily Sun.
Nothwithstanding the efforts of
many of the peace-loving element who
were present at a festival, or au en-
tertainment of some nature, among
the colored people at Jensen's hall,
one of the resorts in the southwestern
section of thb city, Saturday night.
those of an illination to quarrel and
fight were determined there should be
a rough house, with the result that
a general row and free-for-all fight,
with no entrance fee, ensued.
The outcome of this was the severe
wounding of Ed Hale, who sustained
two gashes from a long-bladed knife
In the hands of Fred Rawls. One of
the wounds was Inflicted in the aide,
while the other was received in the
hip, both wounds of, a painful, ugly
and dangerous nature, according to
The row occurred at nearly the
midnight hour, and as soon as the
fighting began those present, r those
who could secure access to the win-
dows and doors, did not hesitate to
make their exit, going in every direc-
Hale was In great agony, when a
friend summoned Dr. J. H. lodges.
The physician rendered surgical aid,
sewing up the gashes when Hale was
taken to his home.
Officers arrested Fred Rawls, Hale
and Livingston Thompson. manager
of the resort, but In the mayor's court

a immigration number, wnder the latter was discharged. ith. be-
thk v'ilces of the *tate BoardSotf lg no evidence that he was Implkat-
Tri,,, n co-operation With the v-. ed in the row.
ri cal board throughout the When arraigned before the mayor
tato. upon a charge of fighting, Rawls was
Ti Florida Arialtuar t sks to ned $10 and costs and Hale $5 mad
lis:Th a' special OGaneville edition. costs.
th getoemea vTeelved the en. Robert Brown, for riding a bicycle
ior4ment of the local Board of after dark without a light was fined
?r)A. and are now at work on their $1 and costs.
r*,ctlve ditles. Chas. Gordon, dischrginsg Are arms
Into city Bmlts. $5 and costs.

'M NAtii A Poor Organ.
PDsm(,) Ote bile. That's what yler
liver does if It's terpid. Then the bile
Soverows lito the blood-poisol poer
L) system, eDealag sick boleeee bilions-
S ase, eallew skin, eated soaoge, o"
sae ,eh, dislsieo, faantiag spell@,
oe. Ramo's e'oammeetof Liver Pill.
0" sad Te e I tesroeaghem Ae
*~m a n IeS l t do e we o ewk.



White tfrW Near Gaineville
Taken by Sheriff Fennell.


Jtleru In FIELD and

ieriy Ford Cantaleipe.
Impreved ArliMgts W b white Spnle Cu.
Le' r : l'and Greww abbea.
improved Big Se(0on IettuCee.

st MAin % t.-P 0 Block.
G-1ZHME5vLrin 'LA..


To the Boa of Public Instruction:
We. the undersigned tax-payers and
voters residing In the Wileford Spe-
cial School District No. 88, petitW
your honorable body to call an eleo-
tion In accordance with the law, and
at a thme suitable to yourselves, for
the purpose of changing the boundary
of said district, for the eleetlpa of
three trustees and for the purpose of
naming the mlliage to be sl:ed;
said district to embrace the following
described territory towit:
All of SectJons 25, 24, 27, 28, 39,
SO, 311, 13, 34, 36. and 86, Tewnabip 7,
Range 1; also all of Sections 1. 2.
3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8, 9. 1 11. 12., 13. 14.
156. 1, 17, 20. 21. 22. 23, 24. 2I, M.
27, 28. 38, 34. 36 iad 34, Township 8,
Range 16;, also all of sectoles 1, 8,
4, 9, 10. 11 and 12, Township 9. Range
15; also of Sections Is, 30 and 21.,
Township S Rangi 16.
Very rmpeetfully,
B. L. Flowers. J. F. Ward, J. R.
Thomas. D. H. alter.
Note-The ashove petitio wll be
prseited to the Board of Pubek In-
struction of Alachua county, Florida,
at the meeting to be aet 0on June
16, 1107.
To t ihe e Bsed or PubhM bauroe M
of vwa. =.;

ti~~~Z x~ap I

- 11~f

ai %
Man Was Charged With Larceny After
Trust-Wae leen Residing Upon and
Cultivating Small Farm, Surrounded
by His Famlly-Now In Prison.
From Tuesday'se Dally Sun.
After a year's residence about three
miles east of this city, where he has
been with his family engaged in the
avocation of farming, W. C. Mixon, a
white man, was arrested Saturday
night by Sheriff Fennell upon instruc-
tions received from the authorities in
Bulloch county, Georgia, and In that
county he will have to plead to a
charge of larceny after trust.
Sheriff Fennell knew nothing of the
particulars or specifications of the
charge, other than that he had receiv-
ed Instructions to place the man un-
der arrest and hold him, subject to
orders from Georgia.
Sheriff Fennell states that he ex-
perienced no difficulty or no resist-
once whatever In apprehending ana
arresting Mixon, who accompanied
him to Jail with apparent willingness.
The authorities in Georgia have
been notified, 'And an officer is expect.
ed for the man today. Meanwhile, his
family will remain on their little
farm near town.

If You Don't
Bucoceed' the first time use Herbine
iad you wllm get Instant relief. The
greatest liver stgulator. A positive
cure for Costipation, Dyspepsia, Ma-
laia, Chills and all liver complaints.
Mr. 0-. of Emory, Texas, writes:

it Is a su re for contipaUot and
malaria fever, which to substantiated
by what it Uas doae tor my family."
Sold by W. M. Johapo_ ,

Trusee. parobseer of Tax Mo. a
daitbedfthbday of July. A. 1E'Meald
portmototo or my st.w Noa"dh mPie
di-f' axdee4to lin seiseqaeuh
desemm~kpwoprty situ.teod m~hd us
a.v", towit,
*w14 SeeN4. Tix95.3, I 4
Tbe sold laud beIng a s~da.se date of
thel sse&bof uob a retIs the name
UNIeN." s "iffeerllate sedbsr deemeA.e
codlnusib law mxis V m=heem
Whteem =my officil 5Wgomel shi
the 5:'dday of mayr. A. -.I
pd Ole*owc ~uit CalS be Cao.. a

Leand EiAes~w41Iwtwi~. a.
1116"cisborebgOres Sea" abI*%"-,
ter Of Weasee F. hSNSime%"of 1h14
Iasshmloe so make 5NEW qesow aois

SeeM' f.. 9Towmsohip 0
&W pol plou will beweL
ow noofteras U04 JUDO 111
NO 3see*t (Il toM o" W owve

IL W. & rrant. &S Moth-

Nel.i ed"bbrebI ll, 1. f. VPoll
ter aese114W f 5~w~sS~J~*~I
~~~et~iu ri~hefP,

for u
Dal Or orde

I~o Mash.


Notie* in hereby tlven that Jno. 0. T m.
purohaer 0o Ta Coriloate -No 1S
doted the r41 day of JuIr,. ) D IS
ad said perltlote in my ) eeo. ad
made alpilcaion for tAx died to Isu e
a00or1dance witt law. Hald certloflte ao
biacom the following do&rtbed property
unted Ill Alohus otuittv, Fnlotae, t Wt: -
N 13of.Sw o-4ofNe I Vt. If t t 5Ill .
u. 'iI. 14) H. R .
The mMl aud belnir imse'med at the dast a
the la uanee nf such oertlease in the i-0 A
of mttea Oueila ter.
nlittu Mdroertlneatei shall be r e4a40meIA.
Vordlir to la tax de l twI" ue fe.. W
the dlay of Jut.*. AlK, I07..
Wltnea inv ,lal si msnrature d s d .
the I day of Ma A. A .. 1.. ,.
h.fH. WiRzQEi r
Pd ('lerk Circuit C>ourt Alptrhua o,,, S
Notloe Is LWreWb -riven tbstJg tJ W. BiHjW. H,& .
purchaser of Tax Coetlfloate No. II.
0d the ted dar of June. A t). 110i.
Tld sawid oerilet.t in myr -.011Owe.Bd -
ade apliesatio for rax dee4 t') r te m
aeoord4fae with law. HaM nertilfaate W
brw"sa tbe folowltw d eetl Prolpert iteu
a(d41 Is A lahus oonsty, Frlol e tOWWI
Nw 1- of *w 1.4 SO. T. T H. . IL I

b we Clark.
SUnles Utld ertflte hB:l be reeM
ordaln Wl ow l ow 41,4d will IMssue te .
a she rd dby o June. A. D W.e
Wituese8jpmU1lst s reaar am sei tn
I*t alyot M 'o., A tt Ny Ai,
pd Clerk Cireuls VeersiseSee Al .,;N
,m LAWS or ooarA. '
NoUoe is Wenre, ives aat J. J.

samdlea DOW a asessedas*
am*al&mb orsillselIn 4

wits... My ~i rUhlam
the look day of 1.Ay'.

"a #A a,.&-mom.ps




Aaeleetko will be held at 0
hoose, in the Bell
eot Alachua county. e
Satutay, June 11, 1907. for the Or,
poe ot determilna whether or ot
said stdret shall be re-etabliehed as
ta o ee r t-emool district, trithbe
changing of the boundary luemm 'of
same, for thb election of three tr1'
teet theretor, and for the purpose of
determtaina the rate 6t mllagp to I"
assemeMd collected therein for the
next meoeedli two years thereafter.
Polm will be ope at 8 o'look $4
close at sunset. The tellowing lt
persons have been appointed --Am
ore of said election: J. E. W
W. A. Bryant. J. A. Ward, atI
whom shall act as clerk., ,,.
By order of Board of Pub*t Ibth
struction this the 7th day of NMv, A.
D. 1907. R.B. WBM .
Chairman Boarld Pub. Instruta o.'
Attest: J. L,. KELLEY, Sec. and Sept.
An election will be hold at the Road*
field school house, In school Dhstrlct
No. 54 of Alachua county, Florida, tOr
Saturday, June 15, 1907, for the pe'
pose of determining whether ot bt
said district shan be created a special
tax school district, for the electie
of three trustees therefore, and for the
purpeqe of determining the rate of
village to be assessed and colleeted
therein for the next succeeding l o
years thereafter. Polls will opera at
8 o'clock and close at sunset The
following named persons have been
appointed inspectors of said election:
T. F. Owens, J. L. Jameson. G. W.
Roberts, one of whom shall act as
By order of Board of Public In-
struction this 7th day of May, A. D.
1907. R. B. W KS,.
Chairman Board Pub. InBtruetion.
Attest: J. L. KELLEY, Sec. and Oupt.





W1 0 Aiven that ta
of SM 11s sof0
"An a*& for teql
i~taw "IOf Oelltowula,
Welaw at&"*o '14

of 10 &. e ILS RN 16 ~e
will 41ta e aisuhb
MA"eV or At"* the f
aftrioulturW Wt eabls
celver tttoTitsar.

Lewis Larlefo4. P
611 of Now be"w. n e~
ADS and allt~a
Qllm it Jne. 10 oft* .VA
RLNRY 8&. U~

Notne is heretby given %bat
whitb the Provleslow. of the soll
Juell*& IBM.0 titUlod "Ail set for
Number 16048 ID %he .L4IE.OfatC
gem, Nevada, and wusijubd tqst Le
extended to all the Pubh' iand State
of August 4, IN11. Wiliah-*L ri. Hayos of
county of Alsachus. State of 1"iorida.
day diled In this oam'. zisswomStJIat
064, for the paurbab.o of the N 1-2 of N
Secitijn No 4 Ini Tow nshI;. No %o s. R
14 M. and will offer 1ir.'f th) 'fow IS&%
land ought Ist. ore Valuable.Tr t) tq 111bowe
staor than for sdagiottaral IvirIvm,*.e"Ai
establishh tt i.,lan to %aid .unid litrove R"
anm Receiver at (jalnesrli t. I,,oil rbe
de,. cthe 0th day of Jun*% Tu~.
S [er L J. Oulnu, T. F. J'io~otlL,.tr, ail
An) and all x'ersons a lwlr a*dversely 914 .'
sbuwe-desrlbed laiidt.aft.resiatsitedto tl
their claim* In this offloe on or hOe for* tos*e
da$ of June, 1907.
01 HENRY S. CIlUBIti.Reefs"?r.

Notice Is hereby Ov~en that Jn*W., aInift
purchaser of Tax tJlertificateN 4.uim
the stb day of April. A. aI S a"
maid cerlfiesoatIn smy oamo..110d has Mmae
plicatiton for tax deed to Nseu*eto Saceue
with law. Said aersidoatefanbracen
lowingr described property s1%Uated In LAts
county. Floodsa. towis.
Sw 1-4 of 8Sw l14 sand W t-of NE1-1 f Sw 1K
See f T. 10 S., Itlit-soacres.
Thesa JAA OtR LX#W4 a bda&%*e or
the aseusane of auob ocrtlloate In the name* of
Unless said certhIlate ablit be redeemed wm I
eording to law. tax deed F~ ise t10reez 00M
ill,lit day of Jun@. A. D. 97
Itta tromletla signature and *MWaObi
Lbe tat day of May. A. DIFt10.
XS. "If.W 'Q
V'd Clerk Circut lVrourt Alachua 'Co..iM

An election will be held at the Ta-
coma school house, in the Taonma
School District, on Saturday, June 15.
1907, for the purpose of determining
whether or not said district shall be
enlarged as a special tax school dis-
trict. for the election of three trus-
tees therefore, and for the purpose of
determining the rate of village to be
assessed and collected therein fdr the
next succeeding two years thereafter.
Polls will open at 8 o'clock and close
at sunset. The following named
persons have been appointed Inspect.
ors of said election: J. W. Chamber.
lln. W. J. Ward. Wi. llurch, one of
whom shall act as clerk.
By order of Board of Public In.
struction'this the 7th day of May. A.
D. 1907. R. B. WEEKS,
Chairman Board Pub. Inatru6tion.
Attest: J. L. KELIEY, Sec. and Supt.

In she Circuit Court, lrbh Judlolal Cirouit.
Alohus County. AIoe ,ha-I c ('haoerv,
la WWilliam vs. NTotW n hilanas-M
Toroc Order of PublicatUde.
It appearfu by aavldtmvit stpeude to) the tll'
filed il the abovt stated atume thabt Newton
Williams. the daefnant therein wanted. In a
resident of the 14W ut Florida. that, id
defendant has been absent for snore than sxti
days sext preoedliw this Qrder of Puelloatiun
and is coinoealta himself mso that service of
ubpoonD onoaot be MIade uponM hM, and
Ia Toer the se of twenty-oie ear:
It therefore ordWered that s m4rol-
deat defendant be and he is rerbr
required to appear to the M of Con-
plaint aled In auld cause on orat before
adodas. the ad dSy of June, A. D. In0.
otherwise the alletmdo of aid bill wU be
takes ta econotesed by ad defeodut.
It is furtbr ordered tbastthis< M be pub.
lhuhed oooe a week (or four oinMs VO woe
In Tbhe Utlnesvtlle Sun. a newspe rpr
Mallod In Mid county and State.
This Mar Ist. 10t.
A true cony of aort inCl.
tseal j ,. wtI Jlss,. Clerk Otreult Court.
B. MASON. aoltaltor for o0mmlasest


ThW He Wh o
in TheSm- ',/"-'

Wanted-Bread *.. I I
berry, F .-
T. D. Mayeldof Wia
e city on busino yl .
Wfrrs.ao mad BT
le Ait this oee. .O J
or &3.00 per heb d. *
Mrs. W. D. Belglesr o Wa
ed to her hom e, f'
Mrs. J. H. AlderWaM i tMI
Lost--One pointer poup
white with liver spots.
reward. Address R. IL
jboague, Fla. '
W. P. Proveaux of t.i
nected wita ute C. W..a
at that place, spent aat.
city on busitoas.
Burrell Wiggins and on. J
e, were among thee .h
rdy in the city. Mr. W
o of the most M MooNe-le
section. *
ar. E. A. Perry and M
away and son Master Phpp
oed to this city from Hi
idge, and are plaMtly I"
*e home of Mrs. Ana BIw
W. T. Water of R s I
een on a brief visit to his
ned to his home, yestrft
waters is engaged In ; tnr
lckman, and has been qugO l

Mr. and Mrs. Clinton of Bfnt
have arrived in the city, a
e their future home her
inton has accepted a positi
e Southern Bell Telephone OC
Himself and wife will be glad
Dr. Andrew Oledd, reddemnt
university of Florida, ha r
ro Monticello, where (n 11n
livered the commencuae t Oa
e Monticello High BehooL
ening Dr. Sledd filled the IM
e Methodist church into that
Donald M. Livingston, relief
the Atlantic Coast Line w
charge of the station a
or the past few weeks, has b
Tv.d at that place, having beel
errf-d to Interlachen. Me is a l
SDeputy Sheriff Geo. W. Liv
f Ntwberry.
Among the prominent West
listing this city is Jack M. Br
Lotieville, an extensive cross-i
tr-ator of that place, and one
ost popular mea in his seotlW
rown, who is a yalaod fried
kn. made this office an a MAl
He states that Lottievile to o O
Cte boom slance the ralke
allied there. The town wl
(, a d&pot, and other beWildit
' 11u"p In all, the town, the
n'J t:0 i'-ople are prosperous
Ir i\e*dnetdy#'* D M w As
Pauline Smith of Orea
S( .- in the city, a guest
t1. Mr Conklin. ,
ii A Picktt and C. C. Wet
kr o' N'.wl,,rry spent yester
't' (t.' on business.
- t .nith of Trenton, w
( ,;. th, city forth pat tw
nr ,,*1 ro hi4 home yesterday
t Lr. i C c. Harwell and 4
sh..h^.. of High Spring
'' .< tiiusness lia this c

J f uinnons, one of Oalas
'.,n carpenter., has g
i1,, h,'re he will be emplo
,t f., days.
kr A E Wittstock and da
*. (',ra have gome to Clea
bra they wer aed- -
t t iihne~s of a relate.
.Mr' Annie Brown hft Med
kr1 l N. c, we .
rd the snmer. Puiebw

lir and Mm j. ] vf
I-rotmineft sPh opb a
"'49tong be at was 4
~ is tte Iaea uye a

"ans lyotkh W20 p
weNo 1,01"
A 1 I

Hi B"awn "n o was sc Aty' popular and efficient | rI
hunwame bylisdsactNMrmsU B esehool teachers, was in the city a
B atner. few hours Monday, being en route
e A. M. blokeo., broker, hame from Newberry, where she has COMMENCEHTU
iOvasieullt t sod mait prti, qgall'y been engaged n teaching school. Miss ----
S aie9k 6ehowr. 0.qds solMd from L has hAt closed the term,. which (aineville High School Will En.
i v J| l6avii sad the Wes. OCa give has beea ae of the most successful
p ee t pis all p tk in the Astory of the school. She teain Friends Friday.
-e t G D ww. Dal mae hersl quite popular among -
t w gT* 4 id, yesterday, and both patrons and pupils, and they all MANY INTERESTING NUMUERS
.' 1 be ,btled t-day. Charlie has hope to have her back next term.
ftay "I raeeas, wo symp.a- .Jm T hursew's Do 6tmun: It Is Proposed to Make This One of
Sthise Wit him to his tUbles, Old paper. for sale at this office. the Finest Literary Entertainments
J. 1L Jorjda in itner of Bea Island Blank loes for sale at this office. the People of aineavrfle Have Ever
St H.h 8 a the Price$2 p h n-the Public Invited.
city tor a ftw hour- yesterday. He Mules tor aile or rent. Apply at
. oC" wASLaOU e lte tb Jadhmovtle, where oneoo to eo. W. Soofleld, Galaevile. The first annual commencement of
,r. v 4 been summoMed on bulaine. H. T. Mott and family have removed the Gainesville (Seqtor) High Soaool'
Is in M sie etrauer, owe of the pop- to 518 West Main street N.. where will take pace Friday lght, at the
ar olerka at the delivery window In they aren now pleasantly located. school auditorium. A cordial tnvftW.
bavnu- p ostoriet, id n owe n o --t uan It extended to all artless and
%b@ tanns > Fore. Is Fay and friends of the scFool. The exerelges
I di t vacasoa of a few days with Barred Plme othb Reek sndWvandotte will begin promptly at 8 p. n.
doIs I Alaela, which is well do- for sale; q" breed. W. I). Fagsn. The public entrance to the auditor.
ok r parkae Waldo i among 1 nds of Mrs. W. J. Denby wil'rt u im s 1ln'the rear of the bulldIan.
tl s &Sw o Wjury dois atonge et to les that she I quite I1 at The front entrance will be used a
those nto ok of the circtit court.hoer home ht trust that she will this evening by the high school pupils
oe t I one of the best citisns of hir soon.y.

tow, n for e conducted Hon. Frank Clark left yesterday Flow**r
| the mst market at Wald. for Fort White. where he delivered Parents and friend. desiring to p* i
last night a* address at the closing sent flowers to those taklug part I1n
wbo ent d Dr. J. H. Alderman, the of the Fort White High School. the program will please attack to

letot- he is oats w n, after ans tlness of Remember A. M. Dickson, the them a plainly marked card and tuan
iay i boveral days with typhoid foer. He broker, when io lhe market for aro. them over to the flower girls, who willU
may now be found at his offee iea., e ties, g,grlsio and feed.stuff. Save be stationed at the front entrance of
Soasbrightandjolly as ever. oe and tie. Write or 'phone me. the building. i
w BSo ba n wi dgJo ey a reele Bth rong.diameeo 'phone., The Program. 1
0 spet We acknowledge an agreeable call ,
asO it yesterday ronm K. P, Cook and C. K. Miss Gladys Burke, a charming The following is the program, to
as i Wetherdaton of Newbe the matter young lady of Jacksonvtlle.o to the gather with a list of the officers of
enteritg his name on th sbscription ity, a guest ofher sister, Mrs. J. R. various classes and societies Qf the
6 o e listU of The Sun.. 'Mr. doI Is an old Merchant. Mfs Burke, who has school:
, have friend and Tuecrier of this paper visited Gainesville before, has many InvocaUion-Rev. T. J. Nixon.
m vi years.nd of this ppefriends among the young people who Song of the classes-High School.
satd at Mr. Goodnow is erecting a nice are delighted to greet her. Address-Hon. Frank Clark.
M. home on East Chutch street, ab9pt County Tax Assessor W. W. Colson Violin dues-Ruby DeLand, Tomi
Who has three blocks from Sweetwater branch. bha moved into his new home on R. McBeath.
r*. It has the appearance of being' an Soath Pelmetto avenue, which is one Orations by Representatives of
. Mr. eight-room house, two stories, a od Of the most attractive in that see- freshman Clas--(a) "Edison," Barle
4 at will make quite an attractive addition .to of the city. The nea home con- Kelley; (b) "IA Fayette," Joy Will.
a-to that neighborhood. ttlas eight rooms, and is modern in lame.
W P. ou ao oft Orbrhnge. Heig, every respect. His friends oongratu- Essays by Representatives of I
S W. P. Boulwaroe of Orwandge Hehts, ~ him upon this new possession. Prethman Clas--(a) "Mary Washing.
h Oarfo. one of the best known and smoat sue- ton." Winnifred Pedrick; (b) "Prances
ad will esful planted toIn his section of the The Kappa Alpha fraternity of the tonla,' Wlnnifred edrlck (b) "Franes
re. Mr. county, was trading in the city Mos. University of 'lborida gave a dance Wllanrdu ft i Ccil.
o with day. Mr. Boulware states that the in the armory Wednesday night which Piano duet--dith Bagley, Is
mnpany. erops are looking fine after the recent was well attended, and which was one Tloma. Representatives f
Sly' wel. rain, and a good yield is expected. of 4he most ajoyable occasions of the Oration, by Representatives of
J. Donaldson of Waldo was among kind given here this season. The pro- ckphon" ore Clam Mo-() "'Stonewall'rt
"t tI those who came to Oaineville Mon- gram was comprised of eighteen Jackson," Sam Mixon; (b) Robert X.
Sday, and whi here mae r Tha e eun Gndaue, with several extras, and the Lee," Earle Tayler.
etaraed iay' and while here made The Sao n tl hhemh e Essays by Representatives of I
daay he al agreeable Call, renewing his sub- .yonudg folks enjoyed themselves to the Essays by Represetatives of
to pton. Heeable e renewing hit extet. Duub ring the ev'enin Sophombre Class-(a) "Ayesha," Lu. d
n the ri o the circuit court, but was exd delicious fruit punch was served. ela Patton; (b) "Victoria," Ethel t
In the jury of the a it court, but was ex. Durst. A
nlpit of eased owing to illness of his wife. --- ong-"The Purple and the White," I
city. Col. J3.' 0G Nichols and daughter. Glee Club. b
f agent Missl Allce,4 lft yesterday for Kingfs Orations by Representatives of Jun. -
ho bha ton. Mass., whbre they expect to re- or Class-(a) "Washingtoft." Jasper t
t Citra main for the sext few weeks. Miss Malphurs; (b) "Luther," Tom R. Mc- b
en~e- Nichols Is a eral favorite here Beath. i
trans.- among the y society people,. s sKays by Representatlven of Jun. 1
nephew all of whom wfll miss her, but wish for Class-(a) "Isabella of Spain," A
ingston her a pleasant.outing. Lena Hunter; (b) "Joan of Arc," t
C. W. Colson and daughter. Miss Desale Kelley. .*
"ndrae Clara, and Misses Chastaine Sanaers 1 I VocK al solo-Rosabel Pedrlok.
uown of and Matilda Lindsey, all of Trenton,. lK ay-"Anclent Landmarks," Maud I
tie con- have returned to their home, after a lBA K RL S Lewis.
of the visit to relatives and friends in this ____ ,______,, S PreMentation of diplomas--Dr. J. L. ^
n. Mr. city. Miss Colson has been attending Kelley.
of The the high school here, and made her- Presentation of medals-Hoe. W.
ble al. self quite popular among her class- W. Hampton.
agm- ate. fo a G neal Bank. Song-"Good Night." OGloo Club. B
d has The home so long owned and occu- Organlatlena. a
Stoon pled by Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ammons' Prsrshman Clahe-Eare Kelley, preeo.
Sre corner East Mechanic and North Uni- Ident; Ralph McRae, vicepresi. a
set* varsity street. has been removed to 1dent Florence St.cket. aeetary; o
S a point on North University, where Mable Avers. treasurer: Crtian and e
S it wil receive a thorough overheal- Black, colors,. L
sboro, la. When completed it will be one Sophomore Class-Dllas Bowers,.
ot her of the most attractive residenom in president; leo Baker. vlepresldeat; L
that secUtion of the city. Iis Thomas, secretary; Btf Taylor,
hering Mrs. I A Taylor, who has been We it treasurer; Red and and Wh MaS colors.
day in conducting The paks Hotel in this t0 8CCwlits of... Junior Class-Hielose Vhal, preso.
city for the past two years, has de- dent; Lena Hunter, vtepnresident;
S cided to go to St8 AugustsUne, where BsBoel Kelley. secretary; Jasper Mal- a
day she will assume the,managemoent of Merchants phrs, treasurer: Tom MeBeath..
edas, the Palmetto. 'The Oaks haa been ,"" claM poet; Purple and OoM, oilers. d
S leased by Mr. Van Allen., a well-known Glee Club-Boporae -Valra Beal. t
aptain ad competent hotel man, who l Farmers Pftt. L Ra s Col oug, Le Patton, .
* were assume charge of the hostelry o9 June L .Mary Pirfer, Roabel Pedlek_ Ida Me_
ly y s- 1t Domald, Mtbel lutiteor, Heloae Vidal. ,

C. D. Wood of Archer and 6r W. trnrtifn Kate Bodlware. Evely CO Maml
eville's W. Scott of Hoedale, Ohio, were in Perry Katie lerr, WhalfCed Ped.
one to the city yesterday and made The SBu rick, Mattle May WilliJas, Julia
red for as'agreeable call. Mr. Scott. who is Bnch. Mttle Boalware, Margaret
a young man. has recently graduated Hldi Uid Merhant, Lacy Orr, Mote Paa,
"bhtr from the Chattanooga Medical Collge,. Fred Brw,e Joy WiMam. I
rwtW. Chattanooga Tenn., and Is now on Altos-Mabl-l Avra, Ploy Ceol, Iais f
nt a visit to is cousin, Mrs. Wood. Ho we rp Wie Tbomas. Ann&a Tayfer, MaLd Lewi. t
S s well pleased with this section. a" OMu Ite0 ad k t Tenor*--rlP Kulley, Dalla Bow. i
ly 1for expresses hi I nt-Uo of loeaUng a e. Sam Miaon
UWil hre. asee-Tonm R. MBeath. Joe W
S er Among the prominent South Plorida per I al rs. Douglas Pwry.
* people who spent Mmday ta o s cty ftW WL Baspeball Team*-Pre e oa. 1
be@ was Rev. 0. Van sickle of Winter t foa la massan er ; yers Deghsi, tlBibres f&
m Park. a silaom"ary of the Presyr- Dall Bower e.; rts trw6, .1 P
i sa auday School Bend. He was Comer Padseett, lut b. ym one
me i&mte feTom gLa were ma 4day teaIm, d b.; Isa. Narer. ft b4 i
be aowMsabed a very P~ r emenSseool, as nas. lse e, a. a.
a hem win, )mepea as r 1 .8..a r 1 "--
a bth 5 ame Up of a WIa t. famm Dnoe. a ,
LL. n u "Sr me Dr. ale wN bUf f

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To Our Friends and Patipas
Having decided to close our
Ing department, to take effect
15th, 1907. we wish to express
heartfelt thanks for the past It
patronage and for the many evident 0
of favor and confidence which we ha
received, and also to make known our "3
regrets at severing a business con- '
nectlon which has now extended over
a period of more than 35 years, dur-
tag which time we have formed a.
most sincere friendship for th
many friends and patrons who hav
remained with us during all, or a part,
Of this time. ,
All checks for deposits will be pait
without Interruption. All time' oet*,.
fcates of deposits, bearing Iteorest,
will be redeemed on preeentatlon sat
Interest paid, in full, to the date of
presentation. Very sincerely '
May 18, 1907. Galngvlille, M1 ,

To Our Friends and Patrons:
81uce making our announcement '
that we would close our banking bued- s
nsea to take'effect on June 15th, 1.07,
we have sold our building, fixture
and vaults to W. R. Thomas, 0. K.
Broomni, H. F. Dutton. C. W. Chas,
J. H. Vidal, J. Thomas and J. B.
Padgett, well-known business mein Ia,-
this city and county, who will organic
a bunking company to be conducted
In this building. In order that tthe '
ajuy be no dionitlnuanceo of the bank-
Ing business in this building, we have rl
decided to continue our business UUtM
lhe organisation of the new' company ,
md we rexportlvely ask our friend' !
ind patrons who have so kindly doua,
buslnese w'vh us to continue tbe
business with the new firm, It si a
be managed by wise and conservatil
business men whom we have known
n a business way for years. and we
speak for them a liberal patronage. ',
As advised in our circular letter of
he 18th, all checks will be paid with.
out Interruption, and certifiates of
deposits redeemed, with intereet, as
May 22nd, 1907.

An Invitation.
Kirhy" Bmith Chapter. U. ID. 0,.o
Itonewall Camp, U. C. J., Iw Wal *I
ce Camp. G. A. R. and the Blue
rays are cordially Invited to
memorial sliver tea at the ral
f Mrs. Oorge K. Uroome, on
evening of June 3rd. Jefferaon COY'v
Birthday. from I to 10 o'clock.
OW. Rec. Se.
J J. Finley Chapter. U. U. ,0

Mr. Stewart RIOW "
D 11 ftewart, qe of thebethaeOW '
nd most eCealst rwy oleto is
be country who Wln I i P"mab .
i a for the paIt tIw erye, hM I o
rnoed to O Movljle, Md J now a em
e ted with te aM M0ed at tl te ,
Mr. t~w wa M heres 'W .

ad to i m iaalm l.

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goa of k1 e Wewa aSpriag Co-e
may, wSaft and massaars of te
oIu Welwas Sprietn. Orange oaues-
, s r e asemtd for their bealttk
toIr genUar This resort, ih
t ben pried wih an .eiat ..
w etaol, t whise the rat: ae

toag m a reuoanded by a magei-
eni evo. ibH poe lmd. and will
i dmbtfl seMamer repet. *
he Asard MAr Lue railroad is
h s p al low reto of o .OIJ
fs sed trp from Osaissmns
e ad., ssad tf you are elest~ t ,
* a trp dont fert Weslwe. "

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