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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 24, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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: VID01123
Source Institution: University of Florida
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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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ft F6p 4.o00 Killed, Six
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Ois lt in the Neighbor-
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e,. 0.1.7y 2M.-Jro a
y"s 4 a three other per-
S-ald, atd sl 6tmtrs Iumred
m ot reslt o f a erimial lt
.. yOM nightt o Mrs. Laura
fii ew about mles s Pn.
6 searo.
te beet latonnmAt t wt w,
S i> t about 15 lstsets sur-
n ^m h4 r ouse of t Padgett,
x i ro WIoa th4 ssumpetd of har-
Sbrn. another nego, Maok Strick-
Slad, who had asauled a Mrs. l4a.
o Moore, a repectable widow lady
S vt a I tlhe pelgbbor oood and do-
Kt psade of. Padget*s wte to search
the house. PerinlMlon was given,
buat when the poised advanced to
Sirthin 30 feet of; the house, Padgett
S ad th other.egrm men on the in-
*. dlo4e of the biIoing opened fire on the
p osse, instanly killing John Hare and
eftioauly wouoedlt Bartow Preston,
sbo booting Jlaes Daalels' eye out
S ad wom4Ing him In the shoulder and
er". Dr. J. L. Keunedy, county
ba03m0dloner, also reeoled a wouad.
The fre was returned by the mem.
UNe of thepoesq, Jiahg Sla Pad-
S.etf and one ost 'bls, shabout 10
years old, and wounding two-other
Girls, about 6 and 13 years of age,
Salso.shooting, one otPadgett's boys,
agd 10, through the lungs, and one,
S ge 13, through the bip;
The aswso pread like wildfire, and
Sby 10 o'elock there were 600 men on
the soeeo with rifles, shotguns and
.pistols.
A sarcnling party started In pur-
S alt of the two nexroes who escaped
trom the house after ihe shooting,
and one of them was captured and
S tken before Mrs. Moore, but she
I a led to idetify him as her assall-
a*nt.
Padgett's wife aad son, who were
severely wounded, werb taken to
B~ldaville Jail, On the way the
t obAers were overtaken by about 76
1S' a, and toe prisoner were demand-
-, d. Thewe was so other alternative
S 4d the prisoners were taken by the
amob. The woman was told to run
,' and as the did so, w iddled by
S bullets. Her son wasjounded so
be could nL4 ran and as shot to
0e es In the pablic road.

t art on Perilous Trip.
Copenhages, May 23.-Two youth-
,tul explorers, Kaud Rassusem and his
later, the latter N0 years. of age, have
started on a perilous trp. The two
wre usudents of thaonraphy. They'
are going to Smith otead to fad an
3akimno tribe which Is reputed to have
sever come in co taot wth evlllisa-
fl an. Their only attUedast la an
'nahdmo. They taVl aIn dog
eleH ant will deput ter hoot spoe
ghootlnag and trapping. They have
b reach the Canadtla istlaland wine
Stame in 1508,
Will Expend Mlllesi.
S Madrid. May 28.-The arvd 4tl*-
i tes I ssued Monday pradSor the
4apeadthure In 1907 of 010,000,000,
s. i la succeeding years of P13.00.-
4 50. lbe Perrmi dock yard will be
*. ,tpped wIth accommodatuou lo Be
largest warships. The cadlx docks
will have similar equlpments. Thre
ieh !lipatp of 1.000 (ons each ti
., the predicted vesselS.
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SX-RSOTOA IN LAW'S TOIS.

Alleged To Have Carried on Some
Vety i lhy Prooeedlngs.
.dN. 1, 0Va., May S.-Jobit
'To@Nq", Ithrave, former Metho-,
4Wst Oekr sa .BDpscopal clergy'
mai, Wve arrested Tuesday at his
Io e at O edar Lode, Oliver Bt.-
tldoa. huvwr county, on the care
Of a ld themes to defraud by

SThi latter d., Uly respbasible was
altled at Dowoell and was addressed
to e TTeanoses-Kentucky Distillery
compat. at Clarkaville, T'In. The
method ot procedure adopt by the
minister n ths and other cases was
s aeea thu aose of the Afrm be
Ias thq object of his
sheme, order whatever he wished,
Wef the "Rev." to his sIgnAuMM
4904l that he was an Btopal
e4olranua, retrie the goods and
upards of a hundred cases, refuse
t0 Irspmd to a request for a remit-
tse1. Is thia way he ha amassed
oa r, pfiderable fortune, which I now
'peaM la the name of his' daughter,

Harlave Is said tobeailfttle more
thae S yr oage, has been twice
married, and Is the father of four-
tet 4tdldren. He first married at
"ihter of the celebrated New York
judge and Jurist, W. 4. Droove, of
Monlleello,. After Or death, he
married a woman in New York city,
from whom he' was afterwards sep-
arated, and who Is said to be now
seeking a divorce. Hargrave was
kora in thd state of New York, was
heated in this country and abroad,
graduating *% the late seventies as a
minister of the Methodist church. He
soon tired of Whis connection with his
church, and In 1881 changed his faith
and entered upon the duties of an
Episcopal rector In Woodbury, Conn.,
from uhich city he removed to New
Havef, Pa.
He was at one time editor of a
paper at Kingston, N. Y. It was
while rector at the church at Wood-
bury that the man started the evil
practice which have proven to be his
undoing.
Wt hln the last six month's Har-
gravo, according to Information In
the hands of 4the authorities, has
swindled one hundred business huuset
out of upwards of $100,000.

New River Company Formed.
Macon, Ga., May' 23.-AT a meet-
ing of business men In the offices of
the Macon Chamber of Commerce on
Tuesday morning, the Macon and
Brunswick Navlgatlon company was
formally -organised and arrangements
were made for the construction of
two river steamers to be used in the
traffic beawee Mesoo and Bruns-
wick. Their carrylag capacity will
ie 130 tons each and lids for their
construction will be asked at once.
They will be built la Macon. Pret-i
dent "nhmett Small, of the Macon
Chamber of Commerce, was made
preoldent of the new-company.

Wreek VIetiea Are Improving.
Mlacon, Ga., May $.--ia of ihe
victims of the Hillsboro wreck on
the Central rtalway Taesday morning
who were brought to the city hospital
here, are Imbrovlag rapMly .and will
be able to leave the IasUttution with-
tn a short tile. FIT white persons
and one aegro were brought here.
None of them are soriomly Injured.
and their stay will be sabort. The
greater number will be able to rnsrn
to their homes witbhi tbe present
week.
Drulggists Meet hI gavw3sh.
Savannah, Oa.. May 8.--1.e thir-
ty-second anal Metes the Ger-
,gla Pharmacentisa a-l was
called to order by PieM at W. B.
rsemaa, of AOata, ta. ty rh-
lag at the De Soto aMest. Mayor
Thisas weloone the ea ats onB
behaltfof the ety. while the weo*me
e behalf of.the avmmah rugist
wa .uteaded by bert M. Hiteh.
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ThlWy St"nsk se Their oe.
Pste N. J., May 32.--..aS ee
they were deie4 the privtiue of
britastg beer lato the ~s d4rtng
workttm bow anad lamb temn the
eempamy rofted there m" tha
a Uspepabr foreman e eNied.
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0 8OT IGIATS


Louisville City and Cunty Of-
0 fieials MuastGo.,
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COUWRT OF APPEALS' DECISION

Tualonlats Win Victory and Democrat-
Ic OffIce Holders in the Kentucky
Metropolis *Will Have to Qlve~ Up
Their Jobs.
Loutsville, May 2S.-The Courler-
Jowrnal rays that the court of appeals
ha. voted, 4 to 2, to reverse the do-
sioa of 'Judges Kirby an4dMUler, of
the Jefferson circuit court In the con-
teot t he faslonista to oaut the dem-
eoradic officeholders of Lou tville and
Jetarson county, who were declared
elected In the fall of 1906.
The pourt was expected to hand
down "(he decision Wednesday, and
It will have the effect of turning out
all city and county oficale.
The democratic officials have thirty
judicial days In which to enter a mo-
Aion for A rehearing.
Waen the mandate'of the court Is
seat to Louisville, It is likely that
oonlsderable confusion will follow In
determining just who sla to succeed to
the offices made vacant by the decl-
alon. It is understood that the friends
of former Mayor Uralnger. who was
succeeded by Mayor parth are having
the law looked up under the Impres-
sion that the right of succession is
his. It is said that the contention
of the democrats Is that the law says
that a mayor is elected for a term
r four years, or until his successor
a elected and qualified. If the court
of appeals holds that there was no
eleceton, Mr. Grainger's successor
was not elected.
Under this contention It Is hld by
some of .the democrats that Mr.
Granger shall taek his seat until the
federal election.
The fusionlits on the other hand,
maintain the governor under the law
with a right to appoint a mayor be-
cause, while Mr. Barth was elected
and did qualify stobh election is null
and void, and Mr. Graingr's succes-
sor having been elected,, although
Illegally, and having qualified, al-
though without authority, Mr. Grain-
ger's term has expired, both by lapse
of tenure and also because of the
quaJll0caton of hble sa o sor.

Treat Is Quest of Honor.
Kansas City, Mo., May 23.--bas.
H. Treat, treasurer of the United
States, was the guest of honor of the
Mhiourl Bafnkers' association, which
me% here Wednesday la annual eas-
slon. The program Included addressI-
es by Breeklnrldge Jones, of St.
Louis; George B. Allen, New York
city; secretary American Insttue of
Bank Clerks, Professor' James T.
Young, Philadelphia. director of the
Wharton Sohool of finance *ad Com-
meroe; former repreeutative John M.
Allen, of Tupelo. Mias.; and 0carw
Wells, of Ft. Worth. Tex.

Odd Pete Ehlect Ofmers.
( muubs, Ga., May 3.-Oeosrlf
0d4 FPellows eleted oicers o Tuas-
day as follows: Orand patutarek,
C. W. Parr. Athenas: graad high
priest, 3. L. WhiMt. Mason; guead
senior warden. R. A. B .ugas, At-
lanta: grand scribe. J. L. Tyeas,
Savasash: grand treasurer. A. L.
Keoati. AtlUuat; grand junior wares.
Wm. Me(rmetck. Pugerald; grad
reprosetatlve to the soereia greT
lee, J. L. Bass, Rosf.

rg Pie PalFs.
New York, May 3.-ho Mreo of
K. B. Have. & 'Co.. *m bers (
the New York took lxheaage, was
aaaumeeea the floor of the e-
ehage at aoes Wednesay. The
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AX KILI.D; SMVyN INJURIO..

*re! Trah6 4. I

retaurlua to their hom Itn DOoa
froMa e minas of the Dayton Od --_ a
9ad ir company, sis wMte srs genios contria
met deaat Tusday afternesa0 and A "geou oCntrivance
several others were ojured. Train From Trestle
About two hundred mes were In
soke ans on the short line of the
company. Two heavily loaded freight WRECK ON SOUTHERN p
ars that a yardman had sa wtcbh-
lag by hing/with aheasy bar, Lat Train, Travei at Ra
got betnd. his control a"d punged a Ra
down 5A 6-foot grade Into the'rear Is Thrown from Trest;e by 1
end of the train carrying the miner., ers-One Person Killed anda
The train was running rapidly. Number Injured.
Miners in the rear coke oars saw the
runaway cars coming, and endeavQr- Loe Angeles, f.
ed tb signal the engineer, but he.did Train No. 20, o::,. .
not understaild whether he was wait- laciflc coast lini ::.,., ,,
ed to r.op or go ahead. At last, ed at Went G!'(t.d',. ..
noticing the frantic signs Of the men of here Wednea, ,..
behind him, hbe came to a stop just The wreck was t;:. ,,.
as the heavy ear struck his train, of train wreckers (1,.
The miners who were killed we re lled and twv nt-,o :
John Teels, Daly Green, James To probably fatally. : .
pry, Eljah Huff, Tom Jarmon, Bert be wreck of' t ,
Beet. a he Coast l.ie .... .,
Seven others were Injured, "one ot genu:ty *had , ,
whom, Tom Nelson, will die. At a ,pint i ;i ,
Arroyo eco, t;., ;. a
Reasons for the Wintry Weather, bolts of two c.,; :,. ,
New York, May 23.--Captain T. southbouml track i.
J. Tumsnane, of the Anchor liner and In the aper:;e-. ::
A~sldia, from Glasgow, has found a wire were fast,: ,,' o
rea"op for the cold weather. He rail. From it:, ..
,says the gulf stream, which ordinary. track after t' A
ly ha.s a range between 46 and 56 de- deqt that some p,, .... :i
agrees north latitude, is away to the a hillside cloc se .. ':-.
north, and he found in thU ktlantic pulled the wire as t1 ,
a high barometer,. with a southerly ed, and spread i t
wind, which la very unusual. "I edge of the tre:t,.
won't say that the gulf stream is out The train, three !:
of its margin," said the captain, but traveling at a ra', ut ,:; 3
it is to the northward of Its normal 40 miles an hour.
course." Th8s accounts for our win'. Tht engine whte,'- "
try weather in Scotland, where we leave the ralls, and ,.ia
have been having some enow"every to the ties, traveling r,,: Il")
other day. We don't have the'sea- before it was broig.' a -a
sons we used to have." The tender, the din'r, w, Pull
the buffet, nial, aidl garagee
Long Walking Tour. ploughed over tli: v ,i', *et
W. Louis, May 23.-William A. falling a dltano of 't :.
Smith and Richard A. Beale, who buffet car, the exprf ,' ,. *A
have accomplished. several difficult of the Pullmans, \;-a, .;:
Jests of pedestrIanism, have started pletrPy over and the oa :- ;4
to walk from St. Louis to the James- their sides. Tio ,, r ,-e
town exposition, where they eap*ct to tfuehed and spi ntir I
arrive Aung. 1I. The distance Is / The man killed wa T' J.
about 2,680 miles. The walk la in bon, of Sanea B:rba:.t. a ,,a
the nature of a tour. The route the Flectrical Work, ,; :
extends along the route of the iron is believed To ha' :N 1
Mountain road-through Arkansas to ride on the haggagei (a' .
the Mississippi river, which will be his companion Fra:i. Nr r.
crossed. The southern route will year-old 'boy front ': ,
then be taken to Birmingham,. Ale. who was fatally inJ,1-,
The other principal points will be At- Several of the inj,:L -:
lanta. Ga., and the capitals e fte eternal Injuries. and :a.:'
two Carolinas to Ja.eetewa. fracture and bruol. ':',1

Terrific Dynamite fcploeion. FATALITIES MAY REF LT
AshvUile, N. C.. May 23.-Word -J
has rEached here of a terrible dyna- Fifty Persons Were Injured 1
mite explosion whteh occurred near w at Coney ls a ,
'Oaton, N. C., In which five men- New York, Ma' -
three white asA two negroes, were person Injured in th,. '-
seriously Injured. One will die but up near Coneyv IsaiUn! 'L"r: I
the others are expected to recover. three are possibly f
The accident occurred at Hunt's camp are Harry Doone I> .l
on the new railroad now being con- tad Frank Putrien"
steucted from Canton to Sunburst. Dr. The sacTdena oceirr& '
Stringteld and Dr. J.- P. Abel have Tues4a.alght. An. ..
loft Canton to attend the injured mes. tfor tw York,. St :
.... feforhcig It against,""
Mine Fire Last Quench. which trolleys arc '. 14
Ouaha, Neb., May .--The Ualeon the poet out rnrou,-
Pacific Coal compaay heas saasmuaced knife. The pa.s",, -
that the *re w,!ch has raged la the whelmed tI the wrew ,
Dumberisad mine. at Oumberla.d, m who were ca '
We., tfor six Imo ts has new bn aes" Io cutting .,
stxacgqhed *a that Wirk Is he woodwork to rel#a e
Inoe. wuill lia rm ama Te. fliman is blanred f" "
rnlse. wht has heed* baemetd ly bt notorne cdan "
maed for ai moatis, IS ew ra. paed to them ', ,
S"- ,e-- : fe .,veral mn' -
Rewerds ter Murderer. a sflatr satire -i -
Atlanta. GA., May 3.--OoyweM e ,oe lesDeing.
Terre!l hi's ordered reward or ed ----- -
rewards of 100 aea c I the eaess of Whitesapo Use* S#..
Joe H. Crn ha*. wan'ed i War- rtmavifl.e, Ga --
Ven cosut- . truz adr at Walter MBa, a whal f5*' "
Allen on March 31. and Bob Cooper, ear lKaMrle. Ga o
Wsate la Mucoage for Ue 5Mrder5 a tll5 late Tueday n# *


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Theny Will Jointly Sear


SaUty"o f fla.0"

met eslty of
P Floriaas It lrst
Sitemn ;set" of. wonder.
tat ._- t o r.
^.* U|, ogW4ak, May 28,
S:, 0 Mtises t be one of
sa eous affairs of Its kind
k Lit.Oe tate.
invitations, embodying
S"Lavie been Issued, by the
;1lOitrol the president and
tof the University, and the
t bodi. and Indleations are that,
i 6k1be a large attendance at
Si9ses tnn every section
&a4 State, many having already ar-
,sad, iad others are coming on

'* 'Universlty tor the term just
' "~4Oing to a etle, under the able dl.
ttlo 0at Presidea Adrew 8 ,ed4
-A :M Jis eoe faculty, has proved
Oe ofIti most saoeS al, in point
f a.*oamwilshmnk~t that has ever been
ghld with the UnI versty. The faculty
and students soem well pleased over
their new ,ldo0aio and the elegant
and modern new buildings, of whicr
j l., there ar. none better in the country,
S.awed both have exercised every energy
0 0 the success of the Institution and
th' aaelves. In their combined and
r Wmol, nIous efforts, they have been
'"lessed with the most gratifying re.
suits.


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The First Oraduates.
*; FIVe young men share the honor-
Able distinction of being the first
graduates of "the New University"
as B. S., and they are T. Z. Cason.
Herman Gunter, M. L. Moremen, A.
R. Nielson and C. A. Tompkins, all
young met of great promise and very
popular.


I The Proram.
The Duval Orchestra Jackson-
ville, one- of the best InXthe South,
, has been secured to fur tsh music
dttring the exercises, and the follow-
lg isto toe program:
Saturday. May 3ith, 8 p. m.-De-
bate. Dixie Literary Society.
Sunday, May 26th, 10:30 a. m.-Rac-
*alatmreate Seramon. Rev. 8. Y. Jame-
'oa. D. D.. president Merce' Univer-
sity. 8 p. m.-8ermon before the Y.
K. C. A., Rev. Thomas P. Hay. D. ID.
ot the Pirst Presbyterlan church,
Oatesvile.
Monday, May 27th, 10 a. m.-Deola.




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xlustenoe This Morning. *r
Att thrtythree consecutive -years R. A
of Meceosful operation, Miss Maggie
teWs s school will close this morn- ete.
lh w appropriate exercises and jury ,t
the opre ta0om of medals for the er yo t
terM, of wiech there are five. Theo o
medals wl be presented by Rev.' hcr.
FraUds. Craghlll, rector of Holy T the h
Tr ty pIe6pal church, at 9 o'clock to the
S morning. afte w
The enrollment for the present
term has sixty-four, a nd the Ta
term has in every way a sue- Ocala
c0s. game 1
Miss Tobeau, as usual, has been as- Springs
sisted by her faithful and efficient pon Spr
lieutenant, Miss Alice Thomas. Tarpon


seeu tways, the

a ,d for Asia~ douity. H
Thursday ftioon until
M hu e 19.
ThI 'oly business treasaeted. be
fot" Vfcourt Thursday we the ftd.
Iit of the jury In the cvil case of
I., L ,Hwu vst the Allanic Caset
ULs Ralroad Coman, trespassm, die
,mstiloa of Imblding of the platlnt
by the defendant by re,. the verdict
befat la favor of the plaintiff In the
um Of $211.10. TOe plalnmti was


mted by Attorney A. Carlisle,
Darter & Layton and Attorney
Burford appeared for the do.
e conclusion of this verdict the
s ischarged for the remaind-
e term, with the thanks of the
afternoon session was devoted
hearing of a number of motIpns,
rhich Judge Wills announced
ournment of court
irpon Springs Victorious.
, May 23.-Today's baseball
between Ocala and Tarpon
resulted in a victory for Tar-
rings, the scorp being Ocala 2,
Springs 8. A. A. GRAHAM.


FIRST ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT OF


GAINESVILLE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL


Hnt. Frank Clark Will Deliver
an Adr Before School,

OTHER INTERESTING NUMBERS

The Program as Arranged Will Prove
Most Instructive and Interesting,
and Principal MoBeath and Assist-
ants Anticipate a Large Crowd.
,The auditorium of the Gainesville
Senior High School will be a scene
of unusual gaiety and happiness to-,
night, the occasion being the first
annual commencement of this Insti-
tution, which enjoys a *reputation
throughout the State as being one of
the best and mos; thorough in Flor-
ida.
The term just closing has been one
of remarkable success, and, notwith-
standing that there will be only one
graduate of the high school, Misp
Maude Lewis, the school throughout
nas made excellent progress under
the able direction of Principal Tom
F. McBeath and his competent corps
of assistants.
As has been announced before, the
roar of the auditorium Is the public
entrance. The front entrance will be
used this evening for the high school
pupils only.
Those desiring to present flowers to
those taking part on the program are
requested to attach to them a plainly
marked card boring the name for
whom they are Intended, turning them
over to the flower girls, who will be'
stationed' at the fret entrance, and
who will see that they are properly
delivered.
This lveninlg's Program.
Following Is the program for the
evening, which' ha been prepared
with a great deal of care:
Invocation-Rev. T. J. Nixon.
Song of the elasses-High School.
Address -Ha. Prank Clark.
Violin duet-Ruby DoLand. Tom
R. MeBeath.
Orations by Repre matatives of
Pehman Clase-(a) "tdisoo," Earle
Kelley; (b) "La Fayette" Joy Will-
lares.


Essays by Reipeesatatives of
Freshman Class-(a) "Mary Washing.
tor." Wmaltrs PedrMk; (b) "Fraaeos
Winard." MwF OsedL
Piano daed-Ptm Bagley. lats
Thomas.
Orations by gresabtives of
Sophomore Cha-(a) 'Stawall,
Jasdmm.an" tSa Mtxae: (b) "Robert r.
Lee." Earle Tayier.
BIays by Rere. tatives of
Sopho-ore Cas.-(a) "Aeha'" Lu.
a Patton; (b) "VWert." Mthel
oac-'sW vrpl a sd o Whtl."

DO by Aesr tatv* of Jan.
tor Cls- (a 'a-hMUM." Jpased
Malphars: (b) 1,A'k" Sta R. Me3
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Lena Hunter; (b) "Joan of Arc,"
Bessie Kelley.
Vocal aodo-Rosabel Pedrick.
Essay-"Ancient Landmarks." Maud
Lewis.
Presentation of diplomas-Dr. J. L
Kplley.
Presentation of 'nedalt-Hon. W.
W. Hampton.
Song-"Good Night," Glee Clu4t
All patrons and friends of the
school, are. cordially. invited, and arq
,assured of a pleasant evening's enter-
tainment.


Will Establish Business.
R. G. Bass. well known In this city,
has decided to engage in the grocery
business In the store recently vacated
by A. B. Oliver, corner West Main
and West Union streets, and is stak-
ing' preparations to open same in a
few days.
Mr. Bass states that he proposes
to conduct a first class, up-to-date
establishment, and will tell the people
through the columns of The Sun
what he has to offer from day to
day.
If You Don't
Succeed the Irst time use Herbine
and you will gt Instant relief. The
greatest liver regulator. A positive
cure tor Qonstpation, Dyspepsia, Ma-
lara, Chills and all liver complaints.
Mr. C-. of Emory. Texas. writes:
My wife has bee using Herbine for
eseltf sad children for five years.
It Is a smre ar for ooustpaUot and
malaria fever, which Isl substantiated
by what It ha mso* for my family."
Sold by W.-M. Johnson.
DIed ef Fto'I:.ire Poisoning.
Dtp!, n t'me 4,), '.' ui..1 t1' "
Mr. .'nd Mrs. Don. i nkflin. f1 :4
Cottage street, di,'-t Morday anfir-
noon, making the t ':rd virtin in Au-
gusta recently of ptima;ne poilso'nit
In all throe l aances the victim*
have been children and In every case
the child d1l1 In tnumc agony. All
efforts were made to save the llves
of the children lfflhkted with the poi-
son, but after a few hours, death
ensuGT. OF

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,Mrs. Aa. Nielson; Baeo-
ftf.f AtdV5S, President of the
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dr a; Vledictor, Mr.
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FOR FO1 GERY AN*O fRJURY.
SAND President Hegeman of Metroplitan
SLife is idlamde .
New York. May 385-. special
grand jury, which has VAtirned it-
1IN self with the conduct t the thunr-
H BeenUPissed mance business in New .Yrk county,
illVhas aoncltrled the IAveleiiitiio DtE
pt Locl the Metropolitan IUf laurag e com-
R OA. s r pany and has rtutrned teon qIdletaients.
TO BE INCORPO _6 against the compahy'prelddot, Jno.
_-- B. Hegenipn. Seven of the Indict-
S. salaries incrad .t. charge forgery i the third
,0 fi J"MAiiSJ1 degmee, while the other three charge
Year-State Lif. Jj Q O perjury. All are based a what have
I Order fdC i 6Z*0e, come to be known as 'year end trans-
h County Bill Poat d i ofW sterli wealth actions." These consisted of certain
b ils in round wauabes thi e aW i changes In the company's book, et.
mpybills in roun wo f of k s i ected just prior to the submiselon ot
SIntroduced In the two AW" c lap for the annual report to tae tale Insur.
1 the Forida Leilqture ODORLESS* ance department, whiho its alleged
mlaen and the number tnhat Oft 0l i ORM agtnil~6 m 8 W were designed to place the. compa-
Sanny In a more favorable light than
y and definitely been athe facts warranted.
in Senate, House and re In its invetigatlon of the Metr6pol-
Ko approval of the Oovernor S5 M itan, the grand jury went Into the In-
Ssmall in perOc"a IS. Goes u arance company's doelags with the
,ly Mercantile Trust company, the Cen-
obasis of the total nulmberl a"e rte eertors Inii trial Trust company and Brown Bros.
i for comparison nearly lf a- seow Mfrigetor and'the transfers of loa by the larur.
We passed the order are pur, e W s pora eN teM asbei dance people to Vermilysa Co. Out
In 4i ; M TIUfAm eM4 se0o061v of these transactions grew the seo-
eassures. : n v en Indictments for forgery In whloh
fogbt battle that began Wed it is alleged the Metropolita altered
and continued Thursday. and its books to cover up certain loans
l not yet finished, i9 that over which t bad made. The perjury
t (of Citrus) House bill, charges were founded upon stale-
salaries of cabinet office re ments made to the laIurance depart-
tlnary skirmish in the Senate i l meant concerning loam by the com-
wbill Wednesday was folowed pany, which statements, It Is charged,
morning, the opponents score. O pa ny *ere false.
i the Beard amendment pro- or y er s
et the increase shall t --- WORK OF MISCREANTS.
until January 1,11909, w Phone 7. -
by a close vote, and a MaIy 'Frisco Trolley Line Put Out
reconsider this vote is now wars, ad third time in full and 1 of Commismlen.
passee S to, 10. San Francisco, May 3-ll of the
owk more and the regular set- Senate adjourns. United Railway companylt trolley
1107 will conie to its constltu- lines on, the nortb aide were put out
HOUSE PROCEEDOINGS. of commission Tuesday night by mis-.
*K oreants who managed by meass of
The House of Representatlves' was a wire or chain to connect a hich '
ATE PROCEEDINGS. called to order by Speaker Matthews. power tranmnisslon wire with the
Senate was called to order'at Roll call. Quorum present. Prayer trolley wire on Church street between
Klnesday morning, President by chaplain. Correction of journal. FPfth and Sixteenth streets. The
zla the chair and a quorum Select Order. Instant effect of diverting the 13,200
volts of electrical current to the trol-
resolution No. 63, by Mr. House Oill No. 268, 'by Mr. Dudley of. hy wire was a frightful explosion Ir
-To rescind resolution Hilllboro-Making appropriation for the Turk and Fillmore mub-etatlon.
which provided for employment State midwinter fair, which was pend- The switchboard, Which Is cosaect-
ry of proofreader. Conmit- Ing on adjournment Tuesday morn ed with all of the trolley lines oper-
appointed to investigate the Ing. The bill went to the engrossing ated by the company north of Mar
committee. 1ket street, burned out and the at*
bill No. 20G, fixing the sal. House bill No. 259, by Mr. Rich. tending electrical display srok con-
certain State officers, goes oourg of Walton-Appropriating $2"00 sternation and fear to the hearts of
ding a motion to reconsider annually for the West Florida fair hundreds of people In the neighbor-
bill No. 3V, by Mr. Clarke of was then read a second time in full. hood. It is remarkable that the trou.
,-Providing penalty for pro. The bill went to the engrossing com- ble was not attended by loss of life.
S.. f or other thing of value m elttee. It will take some time to get the wires
et to lwTform service l%,the House bill No. 429, by Mr. Williams n working order.
defraud and to present rules of Madison-Appropriating $15,000 an-
in uch cases. Was rea nually for Middle Florida fair went NOON IN GAINESVILLE.
nd tmine. perfecting amendN to engrossing committee without ob-
ado'tjd and bill ordered to section. % What Is Going on In Town When the .
te (n1 enigrossed bills. Afternoon Session. Clock Strikes 12.
bill No. 4:7--Incorporating The House was called to order by Noon, the dinner hour. the hour of
o* T. lr. in Alachua county. the speaker, a quorum present. comfort, of pleasure and relaxation-
ik|aal b!!]. the rules were walv- Mr. Avant of Columbia called up the one hour in the twenty-four which 1D
r-adi so.rond time by title, Senate bill No. 14, by Mr. Trammell- comet to men and women of every sta-
ine ii fll. and passed. 26 to 1. Requesting express companies to tion with greater similarity than the
b in s s.tlari.s to $2;500 a year pounds in weight and $50 in value. Promptly as the clock strikes 12 in
I a vote of 16 to 11. for not more than 25 cents. Amend- Oainesville the shadows on anxious
Afternoon Session. meat by Mr. AlMeCutcheon, permitting face turn to lines of good will, and
)loat, r,'sni-d the regular or* refunding of overcharges on demand if vilaneous hot brad, pies, spices
Io c:,-idtration of bills on as bar to prosecution for unintektlonal and other Indlgestlbles were excluded
r, error, lost ine olll then went to tlpre would be no suIch words as dys-
M Jo;:, resolution No. 120, by third readingl, pepsal or Indigestion in the diction.-
est ', the First-Ploposling /Mr. Watson of Dadecalled up Sen- ry.
lnt ,, article 7 of the ooasU- ;te bill No. 186, by Mr. Hudson. pro- But the contrary Is true., and medl-.
Srt1.:. t '-Isus and appor viduag for the creation of Palm Beach cal eclence has to step in and aid the
lt Ia- read in full the t&ir .uaty, which was Indefnitely post- m or w who has be bus
ti, r w',,tto w opposeMdt 30 to 20. to pay proper attention to health.
r t nereasedmber ofT House adjourned. The greatest step forward In medl-
n r ,; rscntaUvea. Oal0 c" eal discovery Is MI-oa. which cures
li -r. fued to adopt the a m Gaumbling an stomaeb ad digestive troubles.
1 i, ote of 1 to 11. .! I ees Rhemiatism or in hulareis of th' best homes I
*Is 166 bb Mr. Blik. N. an ud s w LtalMa t Oelneville and adjolning towas the
b of furth1 t the wU bllb qis relief. It is a sW handy little taMets. so pleasant to
i Frlorida Hlst*5gs > g -- ---. Os.- take. yet etve, have gilve
mI ar rTopriating $S itsu M-- and a_ p e-ead and lasting ralf todigetlorn sa
' na read the third b Me f 1ash all Prie ite that dsasgeSM e full feeliag aftr


Wor Oft C. I ~ L Nu* Uwfihik Te&- eating.
va ( rovidin fi em- low: 'I is d- woers btow MI.o"u soft Vay gently. Mu~h Of
K '!aroofr"ad, w"g -I* IMM b bEW ft Yme IW5d its wooderfu wmer over WifndliftS
b4I hl ilv IraUM bf* It & be$ 111=1 OW 90 comes fmin N ff Sloru but SONN'
!r INSd& p~ 4,d aades I MeeeOM4I it ft jug cti. 1% topliredi stinabOm
"I NonaySt4:*Ps.- GL INM 13 st ONOi CW W IWW-X and trmbeg Is gve to th0 IM.'
"tit byino~ to ~h-. poe-ant org of dlgestiao wftbout .

Ligtbways vim tm ---A G.,Ma 2.-.
h f. r d -in S pt MSo G.J. Tirsell's farmwA oCtbnoufraOIG0u
~: ~~ yMr guh Of here. V" otA from weeks W WarWod off a 6080ses9
byMr r~p~ afoSunday night as be wa X@0c O 241811@l .W lCR
& ~' ~'41~&1 nrvq u ~m~ ha. frm Del A Ives a gumanestu absolute --I OW uyafwso WkeKqaie.Wthwybto ~e

ofSreyu beand, and bis wiS& are sot to refdthe~ CMose If It does ION $IV
AA Mone 32a lb 4
VoIn afgt X, refr c~e 'yuai

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Le tba;' a boegm idh,II"Al


Is acknowledged to be the most ano- 7 I
oestful remedy in the country for
those painful ailments peoall r to
Women. vi,
Formore than 80 years It has
been arI Female Oomplalnt, '
souh ISO Ilama Uoa, and Uloe-r \
tion, allUin and Displ-ement,.
and co qequeat Spinal Weakae,
Bakaohe, and is pecularly adapted
to the OmhanmofLife.
Reorda hosw that it has ouaed
more eas of Smale Ill than any other one remedy known.
rLt1 SL. Plnkham' Vegetable Oompound dismolves and expels
T n atan ealy sta of develogment. Dragging Sensations causing
palwelht. and headache are relledpad permanently cured by its usn.
I1 eorreots Irregulartle .or Palnful Functiona, Weakness of the
Stmae.adl estion. Bloating, NeWous Pratration. Headache. Gene.
al DebUltyialo. Dissiness, Faltns Eztreme Lassitude. "Don't care
andwanttobeleaftaone" feeling, IrriImUH. Nervousnes, Sleeplemneea.
I latula. Melancholia or the "Blua." 'Thee are sure Indications of
femle e or some omrgale derangemnt.
For Kldaqy Complaints of either so LIda &. Pilkham' Vegetable
Compomd Iis a moat excellent remedy.
Mrs. Plnkham's Standing Invitation to Women
Wemmsugertn frem anyfla of female weakaeas are Inrlted.to
t oM. Plkhaiam, Lynn. Ms a._er WeA She to the Mrs. Plnkham
M I ea b dlantu glc OkWaokfrn.ee Obarse for mare than twenty
M4 Wft r X that's anisted b nther-aa-law Lydia B Plukhaa
11.m Thus sahe is well qualfod Iu*ide sick womem back to
Lieat. Iot Mlveis tree and always m old
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W. Herbert Jr, J Qrmertellet
.. -, of the *a"k o otR away, was sea:t
sn and gA ha ed his room at the Cohnmbha ia
here by a,4.4 00A iTo.
SMay 1, U1 euBg fRuff resigned
g' a o Ae Jhis poultio s the Uank of ftidgeway,
A GOOD ONe toewtei- of Wie hill ihAr V. H. Ru, Br.,
elheKItF* wos president, ad'eft for parts un*
Fanitery kuaown. o Sbs qq hito his departure
SOut by "I ale o'en-id It was discovered that his account
: 5 q >were short to tse tteptoIf from $20,-




s,.osi a .ygg'- a, .r freti ?re yopLa ,,,a b4 been engage
? Co. h~~b.. i W ini the bioke bu lines' outside of
I eis regular p ina te bank, and
,1t rsow mset ~a .dl It wns stated tA MW lose, had arts-
gle(ed mi Mb le tter I ancidenit was surprise toevery one,
.. wi as father of t-i ynoug. man, as
i: ; t sg a e It ni ihest regard by all who knew thae.
aa bitio and took uo a anr After some months young RuB was
inder DIfl. t 06. Mothli I e to seeb In Colima amid at other plapes
on a lx. M fl giveo. I"reliefa0t1 alMs a, In the state, but as it was under-
vce ~, Deej ts.toI..'"e-I. s tood that his alleged dofaletion bad
truow am able todo wk w a men made good, tlre'wiv no at-
ltw," by Parl thbeext one #ad &.1 4S I have a tempt to prosecute him. However,
I asie Dehak, Van hearty appetite aM swtroe and one men who claims he lost money
.a nur l lnd Rob eterot vme Wesa tT- e tol by the alleged defalcation had the
S, systems b ider I have ever warrant for Rut's arrest sworn out,
Sreht'a. known." A. r. u- 14iPorter nd a lle the litter was In his room
M* iaotoraDh Mtt, Mich. t th4 Inn it was served on him. He
-' Wlp' T 2 was taken to the police station, where
w.Mw P._ tolo' .. Thesp are_ taodm he was looked up for the night.
,Oese ~~,.. MtIk. wl.ca or, Gw.wr y _, ._
s.~,4 .eI d -- a., M ll aPstro tlohe agstt His D-TlyV WOR
&A unL k deaesstratlo' tbmers atteasted wIde DETECTIVE WORK.


Jone sand Jamei


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T oal Beth.Ie..

f Pewitt, Undon
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I'ill-By ten girls.
P 1 Wm W, .L Bell.
Mrs., W. E.
Is Amlbrose, were
th cldeney of the
Os OlaWed #a da equality
high school in Florida.

INGS HAPPENINGS.

ment xerlae-A Baby
her Iten of Interet.
Pia., May 22.-Mrs.
of Oainesvrllle la visit-
r Mrs.U . Phifoer.
IMo. J. A. LarIon and son.
talUng 'Mr. and Mrs. M.

SBarrs and little daughter,
Attending commencement
d College. Miss Abble
I be one of the graduates.
ams is l n Cleveland, p., at-
4 bollerapkers' convention.
MVpostmaster at this place,
left Bunday for Beaufort.
they were called by the
of their son, Charles.
i ia lhi i the navy, on the
d Is expected soon, to be
lh vaation. His many
h for him a speedy reoov-

Wroay the cloiag exertiess
a school sk ptafe It was


J. We MUeC"e" & Co.

THE NEWS PROM ARCHER.

Fireman Moody Jumoed from His
Engine and Was Hurt-ther Notes.
Archer, M 2S.-Mits Elese Smith
and her aunt, Mrs. Tonalson of India-
napolis, l1d., who has been ending
the winter here with the Smiths, left
for home yesterday. Miss Elsie will
accompany her an far as St Augustine.
Mrs. Tonalon will stop on her way
home at Atlanth, to make a short
visit to her nele, Mrs. Wineooff.
Dr. Scott of Steubensville, Ohio, is
visiting hie cousin, Mrs. C. D. Wood.
f W. L. Belcher has been appolated
agent at this point for both railroads,
to succeed W. T. 0111. Mr. Belcher
and family are keeping house near
tne, depot,
Mr. Morris of Oainesville has taken
charge of the "hlte House, Mr. Van
Allen having takoe chafge of The
Oak Hotel in Gainaesville. Mr. Morris
expects to keep up the reputation
made by Mr. and Mrs. Van Allea
while they had the house in charge.
Mr. Sanders, roadmaster for the S.
A. L. Railroad. has a new motor car
for use on the division.
Dr. DIePass has purchased a new
Cadillac auto and makes food time
visiting patients-makes the trip to
Dutton and return In two hours. .He
has dispensed with blehis chauffeur, and
is running the machine hniaelf with

Chas. Moody. fireman on the early y
Bird" passenger train, was panfulatlly
(plured yesterday morning coming up.
Something on ie track attracted his
attention and fearing the engine was


y-
Just as an )nolligent -detective sets
hm to d to isoverthe Identity of the
perpetrator of a crime that seems mys-
terious, so the medical man goes,9.
work to discover the origin of the
troubles of his patients. He knows
that in meet cases some of the
organs of the body are not performing
their functions properly, and knowing
that In a large percentage of casems
the action of the bowels Io at fault,
he early, inquires whether his patient
n18 onstlpated. If so, the physician
knows that if a cure is to be effected,
the oonstipation mnst be not only re-'
Slelved, but permanently remedied and
that in order to accomplish this ower
tan muscles lust be given neW
atrenath and elasticlty. For this pur.


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Murdered for His Money.
Portland', M ich., May 23.--Edward
Manning, a ld 0, proprietor cf a
restuarant hero, was murdered Tues.
day night whil on his way home from
bis establishment. Robbery was ev-
Idently the motive, as a large sack
of silver that he usually carried, 'was
missing.
Pased Through Iceberg Feld.
New York, May 23.-Wheh the
Andcor liner Astoria, Just in from
Olangow, was about 1,000 miles east
of Sandy Hook on Saturday, she
passed through a field of twenty ice-
berp. The bergs wore all medium
izled acd wetsre sateded over b1 wide
area.
I I I I I NORM


NOTIs 0# APPLICATION FOR TAX
va iiu SZOTION S or CHAPTER
4. LAW OF FLORIDA.
Notie is s rby htV'n that E. E Cannon,
uollhwer oftll Certlflote No. 61, dated
tthed4rod r ayas A.D. J90. bas tiled 'aid
otlOte in my oy;&;, d hu anmade avpikha-
Uaostear 4 *dto tuel n accordance with
law. Said e eiflM embraces the following
~iseribe puej ietuaed n Alacbua coun-
.N l14o 4 S e~*,eo.9S. Tp. 8 S.. H. 21- 4
The saM 1 betnase m e M d at the date of
b urlle of Mob oerUeflst n the nanie of
Unle oertlAfateo ball be redeewee: ,e.-
cor in to law. isx deed will Imue thereoi. un
the thb day of May, A. D. 1007.
Witne my official sonature awnd eu: t. .1
the 1h aday of April. A. DI 1907.
F B. WIENGE-
pd Clerk Cirount Ourt Alachua Co I .
NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR TAX
DEED UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAlPTER
40. LA WS OFr IORIDA.


p6e successful medical men pin their T Notee is hbefby ven that E E. Cannon.
iMASTER'S AL pr r of Tu cae No. 70., dated
faith to a preparation of % oz. Fluid 4, 74b i ha de ai
extract of Sea, o R hader by virtue of a ecree of es, ofi ste t (i o *, Nd a made anaiea-
et of foreclosure ofmortgage made a or11 deed to s ie osooordance with
Balts. 1 os. Aro4Sagrada, 30 grains w. sia eerifles m embraces the folowinir
iKBcarboat of Sllod, 'A o. water re"Abred on the 10th day of April, described property sitated t Alachua cuun-
Bicarboiatt of Goda, % oz. water I* ty. Floris*, Ntl:
and 1% oas. Olyoeine. Of this 1907, by Hon. J. T. Wills, judge of N 14 of Nw-14 Se. 51. Tp. s.. R. :" Io
the circuit court Eighth JVdicial Circuit "M
the patient is fven a teaspoonful The said ad beamseseatthedateof
at bedtime a before each meal, the of Florida, in chancery, wherein C. he i suamee of sweb cerificate in the ,., ,e
treatment, being continued until there I McKinney is complainant and oe d e tshe be redeemed Co-
James Gainey and Irene Gainey his wordb Io law. tax deed will isue thereon uon
is free movement of the bowels. This Jaes y nd Irene ey, his e th da of May. A. D. i07.
simple preparation can be pt p by wife, are dtfedants, I will sell on Witness my ofo ials usture and sea this
any good drugist Monday, the 3rd day of June, 1907, s he day of April. A. W
good drugist. at public outcry before the court Pd Clerk cireut Court Alahobu Co.. Fla.
house door in the City of Gainesville, '
Exhume Bodies in Search for Polen. to the highest bidder, the following NOTIC OF APPLICATION OR TAX
Raleigh, N. C., May 23.e--Dr. D Do eC D situated, lying and beig in SON O or cuAITER
8. Rowland, the physcan who property, situated. lying and being in I., LAWS OV ffWA.
SJail at Hendthe person on a wrrat Alachua county, Florida, towit: T oe o I e is hreby lrs that W. S. Broome.
South halj of the SorthwestsontTrustee, pueba oa of erUfleate No.
charging him with the murder o South ofhisf the outhweet a A. Is. .
son, Davis Austin Rowland, had t Bt10 4, In Township 8, South, has led eaf !G Is omy e. a~d
nothing to y VWeJnesday regarding of Raw 30 Must, to satisty ad tp yw low. I oerflecate em-
the cae. His wife, whoee former said decre, fees and costs. T ber mfs t fel 01 y taw Situ-
tunband, Engineer Chas. R. Strange, cash. W. 8. BROOM, swMofswM oe. o f.Tp. 10 a.. iP Io
died about sIx weeks ago, and wbno 8pcial Master ln Chancery. a neM tea mr ~s % tbe date of
Is charged with belag an accessory- -o--- lsS of oerlste se tho nace
before the fact. Is out on a $2,0Ou NOTICE OF APPLICATION 703 TAX 25taIe abS B bie rereeeda *
cask bond. The tomaebs of Davis DEED UNDER SECTION 8 OF OHAPIT a *l s iolawu s jWmh tsereon on
Rowland and Bngineer Stran are -. LAWS O IIORIWDA*. .i&WMl.i taah seal this


ln charge of Mime Mily In danger of leaving the track, he mow In charr *t -stAchemist oio bosrr Sh 4Kt W. a A W1.1 WJmaIISNM..
Wad MlN JutaH MoCe id %jumped of. dislocating his hip and i-W for euinanUao tur e.i e e p. the a od July. A.o ISe. as iled ae eatO Oet Oor AaOlass Oo. is .
idrea did their parts beah luring himself otherwise. Dr. DePasMa issl. The body of DBwlaai was oue- tos,. -
lure was a large aadileme xed him up and sent him to his se Monday ad ta u ages on Sr4* mm~ A"E E. H. MARTIN
d everyoMa was pibMe ome at Cedar Key. Tlday.___
iWrtalnmmt The teachers Lai4 ,o euasm ee. IL. *. a,.
I* a dit -for* 0oInofYeOUL" Prectical
ItaWO tas he ehdren. weer. May 3.-J. N. Craig bwlrt To oweer wr he Tea BrT P wo bas. *OWN b nes on at- Cabhut**Maker
NOaW the ladWles' Ould .t asopy. M ,3.--t-. N. O. wi. Mr f btt of wat ,te1 M. VW a .-.-,-on-be, --t wea-, -
SOarot gave a baby TOve today for Tarpon prIg, where L too d he w he awever w Mat l &~ imetw. U, I B a St.S.
Schrhgaver .a babbe hMesaoeped a position tf the r- ba be have wormU an. Whe motAef sad o ssa i s H@b.0.
a strawberry supper, at duoomO u. aeP0
ams a Mr1.0C was t r4 deea. Mr. Cralis i a vwer. od le kow It. WhleW Oeam Tar a. & Iw- t.Top Dek
amd Ruth Grimes MiW man. well thought a. He ~-g-iadaltl edd ratswo adla t W"AbeOa .ItO iedof
e me ahnd rGal rim" ot e bm about twelve years. s ptm i a 'tm eeritr
'of. sto o dgra arr Shup nd Srs
misd Gst the primes foor ttOm gi w theisi 8 a
Sohm @ader two rs old meonme her. Mr. Prince comes we a a *M er -a her II ~. Sr-a.IO&sh
Iet o Vmtmwoy. a rs. a by V @w. a ."d by Wsb de P"
lovely pagram of musid _sip_-We ore
S prPd. The sing' R I 1W .N an& wwil be bw 'lHe Aroused theautl, M Fastolanis. PiBG A SPE-
Vstt wa much appro here by the de of his wife. W,: lDabore, British nldia. May 33.-A OA""T' .
of Pwhas beo Gat several years. Mil e r"evolutionist. who aWSed t"Pr P0rWhites 01ly...
aay attractive ea' Ma..e Pee.. of Ocal Howard tasalcs of tee Panjab lato a f of
e pa., one of the ace of WM Spogs an Mrs. M citomnt by drelmtanfltg t, AY1, 1,0 cm IS. Te RO
a"Ofbta t Ia ahaWANdOe ta-ment that Olb.a-
bU ass burn ob tow, cav .In'It tobe att a' the ao.did at eIXIUN -..A--.P.,,
*I&......... also ,, ex. In - -,d'Truck Grower
tt, It ofe or tInIt, sad that the 10 .000 U eat .- -- *- . "S "
MMdaSth w very s~dd. .auutod to it were rWesua163ased M Fam -pr.

b" ** -Oy ..r.ea.t e --aries. wa a. .....
LsLod we regrt to )amra tt Dr. S. M. "OVAWeaee*day to tw MyearsV ri- =9"
WBL L Dw ft P.W's t",nlyw leavR fr Lakada"now Brteoameat. A l>i
S. W S saturday with t-eir i w am Not%' vs, aw
raw.0 m nes .. ____
IU t.O hr robee. heg not 4W 01 -__ '
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PoRTER D C ,
s. Tpah3 1ts!
art of tie trited 8OSt ue
For;"* 8m, tfll St g
-st fiv" wte3a Ii

in Iocal column 9 to
.and ; cents for each
SadertisiDn made kaotp$4

w^eek S I an eigbt ImS ,
published every MW1.
.a'ih- al the Sewif sl
gic agd ,seral and
frMe, to any ru-t of the V
forS1.* a yewIM *6'YS .
bills become due after *a
dertlsemest, u8Wsi Ohurwhe
atnact. parties nat kewa to 1
to pay for adverti4ie is a6
S THIC DAILY LUll,

inn, near Chattaneoog
1ill'close this sumptr it *t
It look out.
really undesirable tlUNie
are the umpires that go
the home team.
destiny of the paragraph mO
at too plainly, he may ltar
j little repartee.
ba given the Psident a,
write a letter explainpi
at is an undesirable cit-.

cky dairyman has been,
g milk with minnowi in
Iold be more particular
water supply.

thinking of naming oCe
battleships Utah. We pro.
I always be accompsned
ty of consorts
,---- k
Platt sayi he wishes to be,
Vir,.order that he "'may e*
the flat he has taken." T%
t be pretty ituch'otf m
er all, to imagine he catsn
in a flt. *

.te haildormest products of
i art we have ever seen
thie officee of The Record
Bt Augustine. It Is In the
a booklet, handsomely Illus-
Shing The Record amd its
Ients, and* would be a
best print shop h* the
for it could be no mqre
The cover is 'of lavender,
1 paes in photo brown ienk.
Sery handsome effect. The
a one of the largest aSa
t*. plants in the State,
fylng a fine business..

pYork World pretends to
Ft Information that Thopas
an of Virginia is it the
Wadidate fr the Preudema.
._ upon which this Informa
Fare not exped, t It
tly m,'ntioned that, amgrg
tBhei following he S.M i -
^sn. o This "'Wy
nd has nber Jgr
I n behalf of ay taa.
in the nmorae ea


Rjlk.Iogernr.
ou 1,01 Proved A&ta I~
Poitics knos ftU re.
ard that my 3
depen4bg a
Must bembbIJ
H',tb* low
no Ma" be t"W*
he IbC an's sbl
ur h atbclwMe
rat now Is ft de
%0%1*I t~a beet

t *^ babaftaW
00by 1% Ww..
tvkn ta p
at the few
boakift

Loop,


6" 01 6T. ., -AUUGIMS .
The following taken ftof the repot
at^ifl d~rtJaR of the 01 be nt Eph"copd. Convention
r held in this city as it appeared 11
awatts die TheTt Augustine Record is much ap
Po to aa k predated and Is published eo that the
in 4'Tily people of Gainesville can see what the
,oord-ed delegates from the Ancient City
f OA tldform thought of us:
t~ %t 4ot place he Is "Gainesvllle was characteristlcall
I sb,. opilon on the lavish in her hospitality. to the clergs
by the A. C. L. and delegates and to the delegates to
S'Would naturally the Woman's Auxiliary which met a
n some back-woods the same time as the council. Through
agople know naught the courtesy of Gainesville parish the
of Wi.r taveL. And visitors were taken in carriages to the
prise comes in. State University and all the interest
a tb' the distine- lng places In and near the city.
o he, jmp t progres- "Mention should not be omitted oi
lu' te Ip the thq magnificent new Holy Trinlty
bato, ; 4 irs it is young church in which the council held its
andi h& a ~tlp vigor sessions. This structure, when full
eeopt*dinm f youth, T OatOes.- completed, will be one of the finest
Vile is 4W city ofY 'verV l Corld- cuya edifices in the entire 86uth and
ian anwll. affIrd io proad. To Holy Trinity rector, Rev. Francis H
d elbe the city s4 dgiall woual take Craighbll, and his congregation are tc
ulocbh spaee. jfutc it to say that its be congratulated on being able to wor
broad strts asod avenues,' d by ship & such a church.
m %iisoelmtrwssofmoss-cove oaks, "Gainesville has set a moral stand
Il e cement sidewalks, i com. ard unequalled by any other town or
pltOs e r system now being install- city in Florida."
ed and If pavin and ot r imprve- --
meats now ,undr t, at e mark Hon. Henry \Watterson bas a lark
If- truly pMd Ar0 Tfere are dos- horse in training for the Democratic
esof tlees all show- notnination for President, "who with-
Ssi0jt carew d attention, there out entangling alliances with any of
t i' i, Mhol building whose the money powers," is "yet without
pria that otbd educator, Prof. any antecedents which could drive
*ft. VBesth; then there is the away conservative Demoorats" and
Vntlsty group, soon to be made who supported the ticket in 1896.
at flaatg bly th,6 erection )f a heree can be no objection to trotting
magioent 'main bl I andt'last out your dark steed, Marse Henry,
Snot least, aeurt house of plpas- and let us see his good po
Ifi sjAn, located, not on a back 1l- -
ey, but the center of a public
wsare there is ample oppor-
ial r the handiwork of the florist.
] % tt4'l "house and grounds with
t .*fith Confederate monu.* sed a d rsii as-
and op shafts, uainesville has t ullimtsrrnas isUS at
hti i'el ro perty of which it olt,,h e W.
fhore l&you utou thit I i63
's best asset Is the pro- m 1ia Ia E. I. Wv T.
tfrit of its business and pro- e f
fesli m The spirit Is evident ThMDoI
eve.hwie and has been given ex-
pr to 'Vme and again by the elec-
SHon. W R Tbomas as mayor
At Mayor Thomas is a native
Avi an, has grown up with the
m and therefore naturally knows
Yrat, is needed to advance the p p Pait.Tas.Goo*dgo&
lit welfare. He has applied'and is Sevr 11, Th, -or0 (r .i so me J
[apl ing in the conduct of the -city's arant *c too u rorrode. Lak.
t t iam sumind ,e S~dg .Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or NI.Y. So
1A~flar that samt s"and business judg- ANUAS| Tme E MM l
Lnt thjt tas, made his private en- II SL I U
terprise eminently sWoeessful. Mayor' ---
TOinmas Is a ma6 of progressive ideas
with t ability to put them inu on- a*j tIRE I V
With such men as 'Von. Frank -
(k member of Congress Dr. An-
a Sledd, president of the State Unl- W0
viramty, Hon. W. W. Hampton. Dr. T vf.
Clarence B. Strouse, president of the TH of Ie
Oal esvile Cha tauqua and scores of
equally prominent cities, all vitally % s days. Is e
interested it advancing the city's J qku ly.curt rwhen others oI
best Interests, Gainesville must con- e amg tmea0 their ylOthf vaoo band
fIs rich arming lands surrounding Wetklassam st r, itiy1 ,
the opty aram 'valbalte asset, the farm Sem a I 3 which ui is one tfo
trade being practiclly table from MUby.. stheMS Igj it a n CU
moath to month. *' *erV i l br
aIille has aa excellent daily Mld m.
paper,t1he Galneviile Sun. owned and ioesiM as M tko t o ci.
edited by HeOn. H. H. MoOreary and UtLhI., st, a eg s slix:for *..W
assisted by Jese Bufta. known to the iti s sot .ea C sl frso aldor w
newaper fraternity as the man who 0VM, iliSh P.. -s S.. Cbss, S
Bever sleeps." The Elevator is a good For eel la OaieIgeile, Florids, by
weely publlcatao. W M. Johmoa., D b
'toewpl from aay.stamndft. Gaine- ne -ll-_.. ..... _-
a -rds an example of city with
*B ^-ftUre. DtAPUDINE


We wish to elps ~ ~thaik5 to
The S Amwlinfor the

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oef lQ alanme lle than *oy other mnahle.

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Confederate VYeterans' Reunion
Rici-ond Vn,- -

Richmon, 'liar


May 30th to June 3rd
Via


Atlantic Coast Line Ry.

Tickets on sale daily from May 96th to 80th in-
clusive. Rate for this occasion j0 $18 76 from
Jacksonville for the round trip, or virtually one
cent a mile for distance traveled, with correspond.
ingly low rates from all points Extension of
limit to July 6th can be obtained by depositing
ticket with Special Agent and payment of fifty
cents at time of deposit.
For full information and Pullman reservation
write or call on FRANK C. BOYLBTON, District
Passenger Agent, Atlantis Coast Line, Jackson-
ville, Fl.
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til sand -ry on the
plying water fr pri.
t ad to bave and
e a pumping stations
ona smid business. to en-
'arm on the busine
ll and private to
ad array o the business
a and IaijplyIt *w -
tKt hbeat, and power, to
it.leaso and casr, on the
SwOMmuilcatlon by tele
and to construct and
poles, wires and strue-
to carryou astd buil-
eg e IOraUly In the
i Pllo o oe Corpora-
FW bdetertmined by the
to be advantageousI
ones of the corporation.
tion shall have the right
,make and perform and
Soumtracts of very kind and
- with any pwomarm, is
k r r oe. Thse cor
aU W th*e rfiht to bor-
Supo the Issue of war
Sor ot neotiable secur-
corporation, to purchase,
savMe &bare of Its own
b- to buy, i. own. and
iof shamr and to n. me
stocks, shares. n s,.
or obligations of all *er
ior pereonas wateOver,
meo r org oranised. and
5oew or boder thereof
e teoek bonds. or
toexelM al the rights,
Ma privea to the owner-
5 and to widee any and
powers thero.
MrporatUon shall have, an!
W allU the rts t I, P a"d
ted to rvathSor
the laws of the latet
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;, o-T e tdon of d~ietr
t enseZ roe e ,v r
I* low fr each
or stock by him
Sr t-* aon r-The s all pro-
|r: chre a seal to k*#W ." the cor.
s be rular In
g ?w and beeot 'n *gMthe wo "ald n
T ts oin t and YIe Nir t Comi aeyt
6 w ient 1 7 1
Sof- s o.
10 t~^ bi corporatidlea #a r a ti 8Ue
rd, .ot sl 5, ow(vepty)
lve thousand doay t
irtles ARTIGLB 7-Tbe 1fow per-
sons are subscriberas twd o charter.
anid have onch oubbcrnbed to iad for
4 M t0e amount and number of shares set
a t opposite their "amet"
being 8. MRice of Tyler, a., fifty (50)
Sof. shares.
, of L. 0. COall of Tyer, ria., fifty
Sel6e- (60) shares.
t Jd J. D. Turner of Tyler, a., fitty (50)
etbe L. Tucker of Tyler, Vla.,one (1)
- share.
Wtof R, Hudson of yler Fia., one (1)
! share.
\frh J. A. Beach tof Tyler, a., one (1)
eoas ahare.
estab- The foresoing artiles of lncorpora-
Weutl tics are this day a ov and adopt-
man g4 as a proposed ohartr of the cor-
Sortion to be Jsewn as Alachbua
Sdlns sad Imreesaest Company,
at a meeting of the pbsorlbers held
We. 5 at Tyler, F1a., for that purpose.
W106g In witness whewrwf we have here-
Vt .j unto set our. hand and sea thas
iJf 38rd day ot firl 107.
8i D. RICE.
R. S. HUDSON.
J. A. TURNER.
nd L. 0. CONNELL.
lo ge L. U. TUCKER.
t0o n J. A. BEACH.


(SeaL)
State of Florida, Alsabua County.
Before me personally came this 2 rd
day of April, A. D. 1907, 8. D.
Rice, a. 8. Hudson, J. D. Turner, L.
U. Connell, L. M. Tucker, J. A. Beach
to me well known and known to me
to be the p rWons who subscribed to the
foregon0g artoles of Incorporation,
and who severally ackowlbded be-
fore me that they msbo ed to the
ame tor the purpose of obtaitnus
letters patent and charter of the AlaU
ohus Trading and Improvement Com.
panY, frm the State of Florida, nd
for the other purpose therein ex-
preased.
Witness my hand and official seal
this 23rd day of Aril. A. D. 1907.
0W OUBBBRLY,
Notary Public, State of ilorida at
lare. My oomlatso expire June
11th ,. .


YMOriOF 0AI'PUOAMlOr You VI~A
rDDp IUI Dsw1*I OF 07CH&P1",
4M9. LAWS OP VIAOUDA. I
MoU.." bid 0WRt DivOWm Acae O~IWMI


ALACHUA COUIT ,,,
Alashua.eooaty tle 80,400 scores In
arIa, has 6 m les railroad, I0
miles waie foad, 5U potofoo.s,
123 public seboole,,7T phosphate
plano, 90 saw till, t7,000 mort
boos, foor newspaper, and pro.
due.4e oo1., oGo s:o4 1 i0e, sugr,
eoas, *ye, potatoes, pinesppe, or'
sage, pea1.bo, pess, pl mi, p*o
*an, and all kinds of vegetables


Gainesille, the county Seatlu

Has fourteen ehurehe, twopublUi
e4hool), the University of Florida,
prives 1ohoo1, three newsapen
United States land offe, the b
Water, fre alarm system, eleotler
ad ) ]lt, two tooe ftsortl,
-mll V=hop, three wood flato.
ies, eotto Na ,two mom fietoriee,
three railroads, two fortills or m a.
ofaetering companies, one bet
manufaetory, one reeslfyin tor
peastia plant, two banks, an well
stocked store embracing ever.
thig In the AoUmmertal line.

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D)R. ROBT. 0. BOWERS,
S DENTIST.

Offlee aIn Millei Law Exehange.
Office Phone No. 256; Residenae No. 18I


Confederate Veterane Reunion, Rich. J A. CARLISLE,


meond, Va
The Seaboard Air Line announces
low excursion rates from all Florida
points, made one cent per mile to
Richmond, Va., and return aooount of
the reunion-ticket on *Ie May i,
7. 182. 21 and 30th. The aboard
operates double dally service from
Tampa, Jadksonvllle and other Florida
points. Extra through Pollman sleep
ere and day coaches have been ar.
ranked, so all may be made comfort-
able.
In order to allow their patrons to
visit the Jamestown Bxpoaltido, the
Seaboard will honor return portion
of Richmond tickets from Portmoth.
The total round trip rates rom eom
of the Important points la lorlda
ane as follows:
sacanvUille 113.751 Apopka.... .$1.t


4 i hereby pj'e 1 lake Otty... 13.765 Orlaedo.... I3.9
n ot n anoy ay l t Oak.. .. 13.75' DdeCity .. 1.5
not in any way tI t "-V
0e powers of this orpr2 Madison .... 14.001 PlantCt ... 1T.Ii
Metleello.. 14.65| Tampa...... 1.5
* -The ita to ~e t TW ilaha e. 1.45| Masame.... IS.M
k ioa ehaUia be One 1m m I^- .. 1ri il1-i~o.. I.Ia
Dolare divided Int "8n tIl.. I"S ,2
O aharea of the par val. OCai ...... 1L?5T Baideatw. 18.0
0 Hundred Dolaltr each. SLa eg.... ILUj Sarasoe.... 18.
asall be pi in. in lawfIn S ea .... l.7j
e Untd Btates., or pay, bt rat es --- -MM-
irty,. lbor or servlcee o the rates are sa es i
almatlie to be fied by 1er the OCaftei ate Veterea ther
N a ameetn to be call- eme ein to th pebli.
The Ieaboare has lebee a TWfy
-- The term for which ab Id w e M e
shall Mexist. shall be
Yrm from the date of Vod o o this 0 0eo m. 0W
it. bee ~t ~Me and othea r m-
I5. 1-The business tio can be obtaaed appNliatom
shall be conducted to any e e t or to
president i . BOTLaTOi. J..
and a board otfhr 011 o r ,
member of direct. Amsldtamt OeNeral asesager Aget,
or dinalshed JeeamvflI, Ms.
SdireCtor hall --
stek holders at To Ausats. Go.
All other of.
PW OtO.POIUoD IDaily Pullma& beltet sploag ea;
ingallty by the d leave Jscksonvlle,. Fa., at 84 p.it.,
e SaMa m ttin of this ,ia Asiaaie Coat LiaUe and aruve
Sa be hM el the August the nex moratingm ee. M ..
ef Jner P rol-mU seefe th i
agg siat Ossee Llne* e usim


ATTORNEY AT LAW
And Soloietor In Equity
Rea' Eotate, Cooveyaneag and Gea.
eral Praetloe. All busint p rm pt3
attended to. Ofoo next door to Bus
oflee. OAnvriLu FIowz


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Over Date 0o' BmUe. aleae



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P RDINAND BAYER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,


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MAnsl c.sa *Sim= )$ -y, (-I.
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AwoiB1NE1s-AT.LLw,
*.SOLIO!TRS IN CHANCRY...

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Jacksonville atd New York,
OUlig ao Q AL2l4U .8. O&:. both way*.
Yam meust tds. ldIN Iv the di*m eice
Clyde iNew Eigland and Southern Lines
Prelibst ervi blweeoon J ACKOVILL.IBOTON and
PROVIDEraOI, and All t1 Poe.a
Call g ast harleesom bo ways.
4
B.3A&I-W 2aZZ.W X .AZXtZTGhS
Southbound. .... ............... ....... iM bw Wharf Bston
tNthbonedd............. ....Froiafoot eolae t Me..a oJs6onville


S Clde St. Johns Rtvr Lide
Between JAoCKoNVIL, i akid s8ANFORD
Stopping at Palatkh, A$tor, Bereefoad(DeLand) ,and ritermediate Landini
on St. Johnsi River.

Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"
It appointed to *ail as followed Leave Josehoiville, oSdays, Tuesday, and
Thurodays, 880 p. mq. Returafng, leave Banford, Mondays,
Wednoedays and Friday. O, 90a. m.
SSoi' bboBo. Ulmtih L Northbound
Sdow"I Read up
Leave 8:10 pm....................Jakoville.................Arrive 2:00 am
8.:45pm ...................... Palatka...................... ave 8:00 pm
8:009 m......................Astor ............. .. ... 8:8Upm
..........Beresford (DeLand) '......... .. :00Pm
Arrive 8:80 am...................... Sanord.................... 9:80 am
10oOOam...................Enaerpdoe...... ............. 10:00am
PASSENGER AND TICKET OFFICE, ;12 W. BAY ST., JAOKSONVILLE
F. M. Iae0ox1ea,s Ja., A. 0. P. A.., Jaeksonvilte, Fia.
Josx PmnDmaL,T. P. A., A. 0. HAsay 0G. E. P. A.,
Jaeksonville, Fla. Pier 80 N. ., New York.1
0. H. TATLqR, P. T. M., 0. 0. Biows, G. P. A.,
2900 Broadway, New York.
L. D. Joxms, T. P. A., L. S. ScuouLs, 0. A.,
Jacktsonvile. Fla Leesborg, Fla.
W. G. Oooam.n Ja., F. A., CLTDna Miua, G. F. A.,
Jaeksonvllle, Fla. Pier 88 N. R., New York.
C. P. Lovst, Agqent, Jacksonville,. Fie.



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Se=- mYd-L OCrdler to



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I .LITARY All . .: O

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The following ufiVq60wu i
extended by Lew WaUgs Pot, Grand
Army of the RepURtaa 'Who Vwl litn
to a memorial sre ".7 RTw F. I. H.
Craighill at Holy- Trin.ty Episoopal
church on Sunday armini hich ex-
plains itself: -
"Through the mercy of a kind provi-
dence, the tfet vanIlhig reDmpnts of
two of the miftl Uet boa"t thlt -ver
met on the oNM of cOmb.t, have
been brought% tp we of snotbhel
sad, sacred Day. May 30.
When the 5a rhee On -4"At day
70,000,ooo Amereians wi l be.oled
upon to perform a Ird duty, and
when it sets. ver 000 baroes
should rest Ineath mound plade
joist and fragrant br.tear. #ad flow-
ers. In harmony with this beautiful
custom, StoiDe*al Oap. U. 4. V.,
Kirby Smith and J. J. ]inisy cba rtws
of the U. D. C., the bsi 6M h-AsmIlcsa
War Veterans and the Patriotic Order
Sous of America, are eneutly and
cordially Invited by Low Wallace Post,
G. A. R., to Join them In a Memorial
service to be held at Holy Trinity
church at 10:30 on the mornln# of
Sunday, May 24th, conducted by' Rev.
F. H. Craighill, and on Thiutiday,
May 30th, to attend the operation
Day service at the semetea On Sun-
day. the 26th, all veterans aie request-
ed to meet at Dutton's Bank at 10
o'clock, to march In a 'body to the
church, and on DecoraVmon Tv car.
riages will be in waiting on the square
at 9 o'clock a. m. for all veterans
and Daughters of the Confederacy.
m ho will participate In our service
on that day.
"H. F. DUTTON. Post Com.
"Official: P.,PMWWOCOTT BULLOCK,
Adjutant."


A Guard ofaHonor.
The Gainesville Guards, Captain .J.
W. Ilianding commanding, have ac-
' pted the Invitatlonvf Lew Wallace
Post to attend the memorial exercises
at Holy Trinity church, and will act
a& a guard of hopeor. Captain Bland-
ing has a large company, and expects
a big turnout upon this occasion, the
,ro- nce of which will make the oc-
ca-ions all the more Impressive.
Thll Sunday exercises will be follow-
SI hy Memorial Day exercises on
' 'r.r,day, May 30. at the cemetery,
to 1hich a cordial invitation has been
,.t-clia(d and accepted by the Con-
fii,,rate Veterans, Daughters of the
Confederacy, the Spanish-American
a; C'is- will be held In the morning.
a", the following program Wtil be
carriedd out:
1eoning by the commander.
fuasic by the choir. .
Prayer by the clM plaln.
chargee by the commander.
rationn by Dr. P. Pvsooott Bullock.
Muali by the ehotr
1),corating the graves.
Irayver by the chaplain.
T i ,s by the buglert
lettdihton.
I'rriages for all Invited guests will
d1 Ihe monument on theb square
o'clock to convey them to and
S the cemetery. Flowers are re-
T' 1-d from iA who can ontrlibmte.


TheatrieIM tais Cbming.
'w York. Mat 33.--iMp:%tc-hp?
IAnldou may the Sothern-Matio-
effal oa~ay will sand for New
SJuge 1, go Jul atwo WPk',
engagoutut at the Acud-
-itf Music In Now York. hItsa
1"n0erd that next sesasonR. If.
&taand 14 -MalomwwIll be
'A~estar$ Under 00emlawgmes,


with Itu m heartburn.


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No a o W U


EL'TON


w4d Tiing at-foinh-But

CURE B? CUTICURA
, COMPLETE AND SPEEDY
1My little son, when about a year
and a half old began to have sores
ooG out on his face. I had a' phy-
sia treat him, but the sorem grew worse.
F they began tol come on his arms.
on other parts of his body, and
then one came on hi chest, worse than
the others. Tbhe I called another phyal-
hlaD. Still he grew worm. At the end
about year and a half of suffering
e grew so bad I had to. tie his hands
[I ot e at iga4 to keep him from
=a I-- the ar t and tearing the
esh. He dp_ to be a mere skeleton,
and was hdly able to walk. My
aunt advised me to try Cutioura
ad Ointment. Sb great was her faith
It that she gave me a s ml piece of
Outoura oap to try hnd a little
Outicura Ointment. took it home
without any faith, but to please her I
tried It, and it seemed 'o dry up the
sores a little. I sbt to the drug store
&ad got a oake of Cutioura Soap and a
box oOutloua Ointment and followed
the directions, and at te end of about
two months the sores were all well. He
has never had any sores of any kind
siSe. He is now strong and healthy,
aMd 1 can sincerely say that oly for
yOur most wonderful remedial yp-
clous child wouldhave died from those
terr~iwe iores. I v use oply one cake of
Soapqand abwouthres bes of Ointment..
Mrs. Egbert Sl don, F.J)., Noe I,
Woodvil Conn., Aprd 22, 1 AW ,

ITCHING PIMPLES,
Cared by Cut ura In Nebraska.
VI had suffered with itching implies
for years. At last a friend told me to
getCuticura Soap and Otinnent. I did
so and in three weeks my face was
entirely cured. I am so pleased with
Cutioura Remedies that I will recom-
mend them to other sufferers. Mrs.
Florence Delavergne, R. F. D. No. 2,
Auburn, Neb., Aug. 28, 1906."
Omn m Eut sad dfI a 5 atruet 1
tes o9 r eoas (iae. so d(esm the Skin
Cutirurse Oltuenest (Oc.) to |i| t he Mkn and
CtUmm Roen 4vt (6.) or Is tbhe farm of ( oen-
t cha < .!'11. w~r.d. po ter rug
tvli e.prl f 600 to Puwr1them
Fc-nlc ree. I ow to Cure fcvrr Ilamor.


REVOLT IMMINENT.


More Trouble Brewing In Central
American Republics.
New Orleans, May t23.-The rev-
olutionary outbreak In Salvador re-
porte.l by cable, was In part hatched
In New Orleans. Several weeks ago
Prudencio Alfare, who, acmmoring to
the'ca. c, Is t1he revoliKoniary lead-
er, left here for Salvndor wi h tae
avowed intention of .,t..rtlnr a revol'i-
tion within' thirty days. lie was
accompanied by General S.tivadl'r To-
ledo, the (fuatonmalan who Is lrrdlid
with belng the head of areovolnuton
now said to be preparing In M 1exco
and Honduras aalnst (;uatm.nia:a.
According to the plans of the.P two
the Guatemalan revolution was to fol-
low quietly on the heels of Alfaro'a
first fighting. It *as reported that
both out. reaks were part of the
scheme to unoke all the Central Amer-
ican republnoe by puttlag tbem under
the headebip of Presideqt Selaya, of
Nicaragua. The wh reabouts of
General Toledo Is not known here. At
last reports be was in Managua. the
cniltal ,f Nicaragua, fronm wblcn
came the cable Teda7y telling of the
Salvador revolution. Toledo Is said
to be preparing to go to Mexico to
head an army of about ,10.00 Ouate-
aralan revolutionists sad their sup-
porters.


Mauser Improves on RISe,
Berlin. May 22.-It was sanoWeed
from Duweldorf that Herr Masser,
the Inventor of the rifle, whiah are
his name, has Invented an Improved
mechanism by wbien the woepo" 1s
mee.hanlcally reloaded front a. ear-
trT,dge chamber after flrtmn. He b-e
lowed thai the Improv.ieq t is so
great that It must be &al'pted by all
modern armies. Gf.rmanv will prol.-
abl) be the lrst to adpt It.


Crust Art Purcgaes.
New Yeork. May 23. A00mou.9
went is mude here that j.- P. Mae-
gan be* poirthamed 1n Paris for more
that lf$lO lthe qpAt iHOORW*01
colle'ctionl of earring. fataurary and
turnturme, ouisideM dby e-zpertIA*h
grmiest ameeblaw of objects of the
applied arts &ad creftIs Iatke world.

Uht Meve.eda. Prade. Po


embsaWW inei wi~ed W@14ofW e.
mitted to Ocap*. The ~9 aW.
IV" his OWIhs a bda Vnow of
red adur Im the Meyer 4"1


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Beneficent epidemic~ are scarce, but such a one ha.s titruck Gainesv
and people of every station and occupation have the fever.
It is most interesting and instructive ;o study the constantly chanj
line of applicants for Pocket Banks as it fies' through The Sun's b=uB
office There is the mother, bringing her daughter with her and secmr
bank for the girl, another for herself, and inquiring anxiously whether
may have another for the boy who is at work. She recsiv*4 it prom
Boys co)me-some are steady, serious.faced chaps who have WI
think o0 their own account, and who ask questions about the operat
the scheme which show th., retilts of rubbing up against the world. m I
Then the High School girls and b)yis, gay and an.ti j, whte" the wo
man and business man "lip in" during the noon hour to get a bank for
boy or girl at home, after asking one or two ladinic question to make w
there is no joke about the 2.1 cents.


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Cellu ter .
Business, rlp ltt
A. tSund. RMOsY I M wo

in the city Dom, *-
New stod-Ma4 r Iwlw'*"
Hunstert la
J. A. M31M ,Par..hl on a
Frannes, were t the ty fr HO e

WednesdaY.
Mrs. T. N. SMth ahd Ifla Marls=
Smith of OCetral ar In the city, guests
of Mrs. J. P. Ikaetght.
Itoom sow oaupted by A. 0. T. So-
ciety, Milleri .Ia 1 kaa" will be
for rent Jun 1. P. MIler.
Argo Red Salmo took the grand
prise at the St. Louls UpoelUion, the
only one ever givnf at any fair on
Salmon.
Special Agent D. Stanford of the
United States land o1ice left yeeter-
day for Mteanopy sad other polnta
on official businesL.
A new fence has been places in
front of the Volye lpTperty, West
Church street,.wbhich add greatly to
the appearance of .the same,
For Sale-Lot 5 00SOfee et, contain-
ing house in good repair, six rooms,
barn and outhouse, three blocks from
square. Address Box 236, Gainesville.
J. H. Caaoq, a prominent farmer
of the LaCrosse seefton, after spend-
Ing the week bere 4A Juror li the
circuit court, returned to his home
yesterday.
Mrs. W. J. Griffin and son, Eugene,
of Starke, who have been here on a
brief but pleasant visit to Mr. and
Mrs. H. .. Holstein, have returned
to their 55de.
The fsheriee In Alaska have paid
the Government more ln revenue than
Alaska cost the United Itates. This
is where the Argo Red Salmon is
(aught and banned.
Mrs. Spenee, formerly of this city
tbut now reading at Cyril, where her
hu-,hand holds a responsible position
with Ilrinkley & Baates, was shop-
I ing in the city yesterday.
Solid carload bansas will arrive
Friday morning, and will be sold
cheap at wholesale or retail. Located
at Weston's old staa4, east side
q'iuare. A. Chreostomldhes.
). A. Gentry, special a gt of the
Florida Home Pite lapuranee Com-
1,any of Marilanas after a brfbf busi-
',.s trip to this city to the InJerest
o' his company, left yearn y
M rs Kelley of BRoehere. Mrs. Shef-
fi.'Il of Hawthorn sad Mrs. Board-
Tca, or Hagse. who were here on a
-it to Mrs. ~msas Hgalbotham,.
a^, returned to tBr respectlve
homes.
Master DIvid Wills of Starke.,' the
itps'tng little M s loe. J. T.
Sijls. came down yetaersy. spend-
rl thq day with hs tnther. Mauter
lb.vid l quite popular aman all class-
e and all aes.
t ^'orge Martin of Hawt1er. ls i
tbe city brieof visit to his sister.
:rs. Chaue. SBit. Mr. Martin, who is
r Itnstetr of ailIty. h been
aching the aebi at Oak H1Ul oa
e Bat Coat, which reatly doed.
after a very me--_ ', tlia.


The Alakda Phes tAumbia twsf
"lab the aqS!aUMmeatuadreds of
thousands of mm of him.. a year.
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,, bl Fi"O; IN **U *
1M ,ale at thbi ike. 8t L"In, U .Nrth-bnd,-dge In Endeavoring to Lead the Apli! y
Prioe wer I: ae. e hee a i ia.. was several hoausn Mane Was Bitten under Arm.
O 'ulate ued in our late Tbl ,. arriving here between Vertle. the elght-year-old am of 0 CA:E.RRETAURANT
3bi ,ng. Btery. 9 and 'O o'elock. The cause of- the W. Harrison of Antioch. was the K TAU
Mrs J. Winter of Waldo was lay was not learned. I Un of a peculiar accident a few day .
ho t the y yesterday. Iago which necessitated calling a (Next o Postoee )
SDr. Aldaman has returned physician, and from the effects of
M a i le or rent, Apply at from a visit to Waldo, where which tle little fellow has suffered a NOTIOCE.
m. n.l. .he McoWp led Mrs. Alderman. Thereat deal. SBegtttls April l.t we wlt
r the best prAte statt ey at latter will "rema in Waldo for a Mr. Harrison owns a flue stallion, nor Smer rate of 4 per we
IMat bes call a The Sn office. day or two as a guest of Mrs. W. D. which was in the pasture. The lad meals.-iu4 4 trading sekel.
MI lU Rose M.J! q of Jacksonville Selgler sad ther approached the animal and grahbed ly IV rei.olae i 'ev ty 1 rsI
is In the city on a visft to her brother, Mr Harry Mickler of Brooksville his mane, wh6n the stallion Inflicted larf eketrie Iaa,. lDmeimgge
C. Lynch. has arrivedM t the city. and Is the a deep gash with it% teeth under his
J. 0. Alvares, a prominent citizen guest of Mrs. Franl Clark. Mrs. arm. ('OLD DuI9gg oP ALL U
of Starke, was registered at -the Mickler I a sister of Miss Qusaie A physician was summoned and
Brown House yesterday. Mlles, aaslatant to Priacipal Me- dressed the wound, and at last ac- Coffee th4 bee ,' ry
Mrs. P. H. Rolfs and children have Beath In the Galaesvlli' Graded and counts the little fellow was resting wie". Game eo to o
gone to Miami for a few days, where High S ol, and one of the most.pop- as easily as could be expected under for sportsman.
they have a pleasant home. ular teohers ever connected with the the circumstances. OPEN EA t
For Sale-A new 11-room house; a school. Mru. Mickler came to attend ----
$2room servants' house and one acre the com..cement exercises. MORTON WANTS $10,000. 000 BilA
lot. Apply to P. O. Box. 2Z1. The Buda is under obligations to
J. R. Williams and Attorney F. Y. Misse Ala Pennell and Marion Has Entered Suit Against John F.
Smith of Alschua were among those ut0h of tOd city. students Of We- Jackson in Levy County Court.AIDS DI
who spent yesterday in Gainesville. leyan Pemale Collegk, Macon, Oa., The Levy Times-Democra has the i
Syou tatoney printed at The fo stations to be present at the following to say which will prove or AWA keeps @ne reuey'ed' of"
u irst-claswork promptly sixty-eighth annual commenezmnei of Interest to Sun readers: bound so create
un orae, tirst-clas work promptly that old-established instituUd which "A sensational case growing out IT
delired at reasonable prices is our will IT YOUR OWN
lived at reonabl prices is our will be held from May 28 to IS, In- of the late special election is the suit Is _R W _
Mo* clulsve. The program.' which acot*b- for $10,000 for slander or defamation iodos *epfo.
Mrs. E. H. Waters dpd children pants the Invitation, lA a most In- of character brought by Gus. A. Mor. on your able, for it Isaes
have gone to Macon, Ga. where they teresting one, and will no doubt be apW ton, one of the defeated candidates Ltdelivered as iour door by
are guests of the former's mother, preciated by those who attend the for St4te Senator, against John F. KBYSTONU BAK
Mrs. Robblls. exereisas. Jackson. one of our prominent citti- Phee 15. AL T. SCK
Friends of W. D. Smith, West Court W. Sullvan, formerly of Waldo but sn...
street, are glad to see him up again, now residing at Alton, LaFayette "Pinnell & Son are attorneys for the I
after several days' confinement to county, Where ho holds a lucrative po. plaitiff, and the case promises to at.
his bed with fever. sition with a large lumber manufac. tract wide attention on account of the "1
Mrs. M. K. Flowers and children of turning concern, spent Wednesday in pronlinence of the parties."
White Springs are spending a few this city with friends. Mr. SulianS
days in the city, guests of Mr.. and was en route from Theresa, where he Plgasant Children's Party. VBVICA E
Mrs. T.. 4. Boulware. was called on account of an accident Mrs. J. M. Graham, at her elegant AMct l1 u
N. D. Smith, a prominent real estate to his mother, who Is very aged, an4 home on West Main street N., enter. EJlUUtL US
mnan of Tampa, was in the city yes.- who sustained a 1 all a few days agd tained the children Wednesday after-
terday on business connected with Friends of the lady, however, will be noon complimentary to little Miss Kit. Agenry er leading BfIeus s
the United. States land office. gratified to learn that her condition tie Chamberlin of Tacoma. daughter of dome promptly. Klectrtae
Thomas Burford. a carpenter who is greatly improved. Mr. and Mrs. R. M, Chamberlin, et all klad.
has been employed for the past five Royal Cook has returned from who is here an Mrs. Oraham's guest. --
months at Jupiter, Indian River, has 'odar Kay, where he has been for the hour. were from 4:80 to B I I 3 W. UNIOJ N
returned to his home in this city. the past few days on account of his o'clock, and many little folks availed ........
Mrs. M. R. Colson has gone to heath. While In Cedar Key he was a themselves of the kind Invitation to
Gult Hammock, where, she will Join guest of Mrs. L. R. Wmberly's hotel, be present. As a result the afternoon
Mr.' and Mrs. t. M. Colson at the and praises very highly the kind was most delightfully spent In nursery
Gulf Hammock Hotel for a few days. treatment accorded him, as well as games. ---------. .
When making Ice r ear viways use the excellent table to be foubd there. Delicious refreshuients of ice cream,
uWhen makib g aeream t imways use Mr. Cook says Mrs. Wimberly is mak. cake,. raisins and candy were served. aal Rh Q
rich delicate flavor that cannot be ing a fine reputation, on account of and late in the afternoon the children
obtained from the weak, ordinary ex tihe homeltkeness of her hotel, and were treated to an automobile ride Souenir Shoot
obted frtho splendid tablehe in setting. He by the hostess. being returned to 0
o' r d says the house is well filled a greater their respective hbomes. and Pitnre
Conductor Fred Ford of the Jack- part of the time. *IC
sonville and Southwestern division,. .-... An Enjoyable Occssion.
Atlantic Coast Line, after a brief visit .-....... .a.ter Clark and Frank t R06 t li.. tt
to his family here. has returned to te o.r Cork ind Fra. nal d aame st
his duties the home of their parents. Mr. and I *
u uMrs. J. C. vauk, Went Mastonic street.
With a few cans of Argo Red Sal. i .tter.tat.td about thirtyfive of their
mon In the pantry, and atn Argo Red young friends at a party Wdunesday JEFF oI M I
Salun Cook Book, the housewife i g evening and It it needless to add that
. ... ...... ,sm. .. ........... ,^.i f e r B ro, ^_I evening, a rnd It Is noodless to add that .. ..


alWay prepareU wor u.-nexpecit .com- the affair was one thoroughly enjoyedd DEAL Ii
pany. It can b6 served in many differ- by those present.
ent ways. There were many 8ames, and dur- F. Sb alr
Dr. and Mrs. DePass of Archer were lng the evening dellrious refresh.
in the city yesterday, coming up in meant' of lcd (cram arnd cake were
the Doctor's new Cadillac machine BA l KEIIservtd
and returning without mishap. This At a lant hour the gu-sts departed,
is one of the neatest autos in this sec- after otling the youigi hunts among
tion, and the Doctor is well pleased thb "cleverest fellows" in Florida.
with it. _ _ _
A. W. Sargent, Jr. forth past two n Bank To Address Ocala S, t.
years a mail carrier, has bMen promote UU al a Dr. Yoeunm of the University of e OYBT
ed to the positlos of mailing clerk Florida. left Thursday for O ,ala.
In the poetoffice. He ios suceeded as Dnu nAf *where Thursday evening he d*. (Infrear of Foratre Op
carrier by D Days. who has been nUg hU f0 elv.red tbh commencement a4- I VLLS
acUng In the capacity of substltute dress Iefore the Oala High bSchool,
for some tUe. Dr. Yocum is not only of the I am now prepared to
Mrs. Geo. W. Dudley and daughter, most efficient educators In the tat the traded wish She b
little Miss Prances, are in the city but one of the most eloqgeot and prae.- seds le this line. Phe,
from Lakeland, gersts of Mr. and Mrs. tical sp kwrs, and his emrvirs are -
L. C. Lynch. They came to attend We SOlicit always in demand.
the exercises of Miss Tebeau's school. the accounts. of
of which Mrs. Dudleys Interesting To Our PtFrieand Wtrns. 0.
titlee son. Armel. il a ste 4t.L Si. making OUr a nst errlll M i sl l
John 0. White, a pr resive mer- M han that woumid elw iW -k*a buM, IAS
chant and jeweler of ewberry, was MerchantsI th wou closet or J s th bus GA V .
among those who spent Wedneeday we have sold uPr bl lis- lature We dc as n ejI. A
in usinesville on business Mr. White arm an lts to W. ThgMU s. 0. K. nw**. otoh WNo. e i
was proprietor of the Comweilaal Iarroeem,, H. D.tt I e d. W. ChaseM. o .Serea
Hotel, which building wax oo4 of J H Vidl, J. 151es and J B. il bSI!NiB
the ichtms of the recent fire t P rn nlin nd Padget. wl *-know bu iame w n In
-,-WI. .-0Coror i0 o n this city aadCon ty,. 11o will orgaals.
Postmater 8. C. Dell aid Captain a baking coimpsy to be em4ducted
J. M. Powers of Alachua two well. thalis butildia. Is order that thereT o
known and preassive business me ndivid. may be no dlswagtimsasmu of thi bask-
of that town, speut Wednesday I lg business a this buildnla. we have
this city on buetnesi. Poetmastr Dell decided to eeottoe oer btuelsU as utiJ
says be will soon be in his new of4- 'M-11 dupselhswWl I O I the orgualla elt, the new ompaay '
aee, whleh will be one of the most E8U0 resrtse i" l It hp and we rMwestively ask our fris*d
UIpedate la the country, proved and pa4trms who have so kindly dM e W
with all modern coinveboeno bsiess with me to cotinuse thelr
Mibs ILvie Goode. who I attendinge ster d a eM a dg AM nts bto Uthem new Arm. It will" w
tbe Chansmad Coanseratory of Mate, m e U be massed by wve ad easserv9isve
mae of the adm u last ittfoaso F of Its r r rher Ird business -m wh m we have bows
kled In th Ualsed Staes, writ e to a b h la- way for years, aed we
anads 4at s well pleaded sad bespeak for them a liberal pstr-gvse
&hWt eM I Pog Dis & rI t I e Ae arse t r b rowr lser 1" nieyBof
emne of her w te Moes Goode el U andt M teo pdM w .
o ms les h if "4weet yota1 ,alrey | vt alreold. S"d t
sg ". a amId Nt be Me or desIs ked, i 11
the bWto dNM do the m1ry when 1101
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