Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 25, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01124
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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AUIN eVILLE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MAY 25,41907


' DR. ULLOA MAKKS TATEMENt. L

S Imprwtlabilty of Proposed Confed.
Serstlof.o Centrel Aterican States NEft OY M
N*ew Yori, KAy 4.-Dr. Juan J. IS U IDE U I B0 W
UlIft, Ipaul general of Costs Rica,
Isthis city, has made public a state-
4 maent rearng ..Central America He Hid I tCave ad Opened Fire
wherein he pol6ts out the impracti-
cabillty of the proved confederation on the Officers.
of the it: rs lce-Oatimala. 8ql- -
g vador, Hondutas, Nicaragua, Costa Hi W S OLSTED PY DYNAMIT8
Ri4a pad Panama. He says: -
d "It we all. were well adapted to it is Alleged that He Killed a Young
the change of political existence, it
would undoubtedly be a blessing to White Ma Near Bunkle, La., Two
w the is states, i lose small size is Mlonjp ago-Officer Was Seriously
the stron arjament used nowadays Wounded.
to delar 6thMt they are always In
a- the wrong. I do not care to enter Bunkf6, It., May 24.-Charle
10 Into Me discussion of several pros- exanderaeo, alleged to have
Seat op wel wld gve clearAlexaner, a ro allege t have
d Insight ltap the question because I shot and killed J. Chattlain, a young
do not under iftad my true Intentions, white man, near here about two
Is but suflle It toiay that we are not months ago, was sutrounded Wed-
to prepared yet to form a sole republic nesday afternoon y a posse a
I. In Oentral Amereia and the task has nide o en p e
PI lo be adoomplshoed by properly i-I killed In a most sensational manger.
lY reacted dueations y aassimlation of The authorities were informe/V that
N laws emn curreU7n aod by a well .- -Alexander. was hiding in a cage un-
* tablished system of Interstate rail- derneath a cabin at Evergreen, five
I- ways, cat roads and telegraphs." miles from here.
Ie A posse surrounded the cabin, but
South Day's Session. Alexander defied them to take him
Bosto", Way M.-lThe fourth day and opened fliv, seriously wounding
- of the UjItaurla annlvemsary obser- Livingston Pierce, a member of the
re nasee opened Thursday with the1 Pposse.
1- customary morning prayer and com-* The cabin was then blown tp wtae
- meunlon service t Kings chapel, o06- #nramite, and as Alexander emerged
tI- ducted by the Rev. Robert Olyer, from the cave, he was shot through
Ie of New York. The first meeting of the head and killed by Town Mar-
m the day was the sixth annual gather- shal J. L. Claverle, of Evergreen.
1 Ipg of the Unitarlan Society at which Pierce will recover.
r, Henry H. AWes, of this city, presid- ... .... ,... -


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st ada to bethe son of a
nobleman who wat ba. ed
big country heause *%'Ned
ioe Russian r le. WIe a
uua, Boeck wiet to the Par
aId lived for years In Shang-
m' 'e'$ returned tp this country at
s4mng of thse St. Lotis exposa-
the suite, it is said, of Prince
a contdential secretary of the
of China, and reprensta-
the imperial Chines govern-
,ln charge of the knperlal ex-
at the exposition. At Tbe close
fair he rWeensned in the Unit-
tee and about six months ago
'went Into the Jewelry business,
was so UsevtWfutl that he was
in a position to command from
Sdiamond dealers their cost prices
offer to take their goods at cost
id split the profits of retail sales
t hem. J. P. Morgan add IT.
S enator (lark, are among those
| to have made large pumbasoe of
lry through Boeck.
oeck Is about S8 years old and
olat heard of In Philadelpila.
Irth place. He Is said to have
In PIttaburg'for a,time.

I *t a Sducational Conferene,.
ta, May 24.-Programe sad
tatSons have been sent out for
*he Georgia duoational Coatnrence
SBastness Men. wtlth is to be held,
t the state capitol MUy 14. At
e Southern I'duoetlonal Conferenceo
Plnehurst. N. C.. April 10, 44,
entatives were present from the
:e of Geoocia. At a special meet-
at the Georgia reprnesetatv,
U. M. Imnan was elected cbatrham,
Professor M. M. Parks, seem -
After considerable dislousslo
wwas decided to rall a metiag of
a qlreresetative hiutines nomen'tf the
of Georgia to litlisthl1be eds 1
naedls of the state.

,' Closer Royal Relations.
.tjndoa, May 24.- The Madrid or'-
de.lt of the Telexraph says that
relations between the Spanish ed&
*os faillle are b'cotninu ciloer
and It 1s Intended to make the*
tf the two countries one of
satd aIntimate accord. Mem-
i the British ro. al family pro-1
beaceforth to spend much o
holiday tae ton Spain

Sat Marly FInIshed.
1 G O., May <4.-Th, iEo.
Es se iat. wehit has bees coa. i
A Rof e people and Rone
tl ghest empleted. sad will

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ed. The mdtlang of Massac
conventio; of Cqngregational
ters folklqed with addresses
Samuel M. Crothers and thb
Albert P. Pitch.

iPresident's Election Expeo
Balabrldge, Ga., Way 24
election of Protesebr Thoasa W
mer, of the Cate university, a
dent of the Girls' Industrial
at Ubntevalto, which was
uqanlmous vote of the trustee
expected, as was also the elec
Professor J.. A. Moore, who hi
'acting president, as vice pre
a newly created office. Dr.
Peterson, the formed preildei
tired on account t of contint
health.
Death Claim DeKalb Pionm
Oiecatur, (Ia., May 24.--
Steele. t(he olest and one of t0
promnilat citizens of DeKalb 4
died at his home near Decatu
needay. Mr. Steele wa, b
Pendleton Olstrict, South Ci
March 17, 1821, and cane w
father's family to DeKalb oou
(leorgia, la 1883, and lived tl
his life. ______
Veterans Name Deligatei
Atlanta, May 24.-On May I
gat$a representing Tige Ai
camp of Confederate Veterans
for Richmond to attend the ri
The following have been elect
rates: R. 8. Osbora, H. H
ny and M. H. Pri cook. TWh
nates for the veteraas are
Dyer, 8. 11. Landruma ad
Alford.
Lake Mohawk Cenferei,
take Mohawk. N. Y., May
Thursday's session of the Lav
hawk conference In Internatloi
bttration was devoted exclusi


OfttER M4T PREVAIL.

poelai, Poalewen Appointed to
Wat* 'Fre". *r trike.
lia randsco, ay M4--Ten apo-
Ial policemen in plaIn closes on
Wednesday began a careful Inveti-
sation into the treatment accorded
women and children wno ride on the
ftre cars, with a view to protect
them from violence sad Instlt ani
reporting regular policemen who are
dorelect in their duty.
Twenty attorneys have also been
Appointed by the Bar association, to
watch the administration of Justice
In the police courts and endeavor to
secure adequate pnneaamuaut for the
men who have attacked street cal4
and created disorder In the streets.
The police are employed by the ex-
ecutive committee of the commercial
organizations and the attorneys are
appointed at its suggestion.
The committee is determined that
law and order shall be restored, and
tha: justice shall be meted out to all
offenders agalast persons or proper-
ty or decency in the streets.

For Tariff Revision.
New York, May 24.-The National
Association of Manufacturers of the
United States went on record as In
favor of a revision of the tariff at
the earliest opportunity, and the ne-
go9lation cf more reciprocal treaties.
A lively debate preceded the vote,
which was upon the acceptance of
the report of the committee on tar-
iff anud reciprocity. The committee
based its recommendations on j poll
of the 3,000 members of the' associa-
tion. Of the total number replying


busetts D R. LONG D IF IP N I Mrll. PIU l t a
huett 55 per -cent declared for immediate
minis- revision, vhl!e 20 per cent expressed
by Dr. C e. reatilnal Ministor and President a "Hands Off" sentiment. Eight per
e Rev- Rooseyelt Have Controversy. cent believed that the time for re-
Ne.w York, May 24.-In response vision had not arrived, and the other
to cridci.m 1by President Roosevelt 17 per cent expressed Indifference 'or
ted. that he had only superficial knowl- made non-committal answers.
.-The edge of the animals concerning which ade ttl anwer
. Pal- be wrote the Rev. Dr. Wllam J. D tent xperentng.
s pres- Long, a: well known author of Stam- payment Expementlng.
school ord. C onn., Is quoted as having de- Wash ngton, May 24.-The depart-
by the flared that the president ts a "killer" .ent ofariculture has been carry.
, was of animals and not. amaturalist. Mr. I lcg on a leriet of experiments on
ntlon of Long defends himself against the pe- r oltaton nd utilaton for
as been clo charge of falsity to nature made a number of years in lorida, and
oident, by the president and does not pare as extended these experiments on
F. M. biting terms In criticlaing Mr. Roose-. a small sale to Nerce, Tex. There
I' velt. the cmphor three Is being experi-
nt, re-. v..mented wh for two purposes (1)
ued ill President Roosevelt, In an article m.en d r two Purposes: (1)
In a June magazine, was quoted In Aa wind break about the plantation
a general attack upn writer of an and (2) as a possible source of profit
r a general attack upon writers of an- r i
pro Inia st torles who put forth as facts from the Productlon of camphor prod-
M. A. which are no more than Interesting ucts. 'The department has anounc-
Smost- fic ns, wth animal as principals ed that t Is in no -ay connected
county, "William J. Long i perhaps the with oxiperments reported as in no
r Wed-i worpt of lhese nature-w tlan offend. way connected with experiments Tre
born In ers," the president says. 'It Is his ported as In progrew at Wharton,
rolins, stores, I am told, that haie been Te. _______
ith his put, In part, Into many of ohe pub- r Princely al ay for Caruso.
nt i e schools of the country In order' London M n i r
e all that fron'them thenchildreny o d fan herbew
thI truths of wild animal life." eito Caruso confirmed hie state-
Rev..Dr. Long ita retired.Congre-, nrt that rector Conreid of the
" delo- tonl gM of MtrOpolIttan opera house. New York,
dern 'arvard, Hedetburg and Andover, had entered Into a contract with him
Sleave and h outho of 'Ways a Wood- for four years at a yearly salary of
untlon. tfolk" and other similar wo;ks.. 1$200.o. 0 r00n n o lysa- a


ed del-
i. Pen-.
o alter-.
S8 Z.I
Joseph

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xe Mo-O
nal ar-
vely to


the consideration of methods of
spreading the propaganda of peace by
teaching pupils of the Fblc aeebools


Women Pleads Guilty.
Bridgeport. Conn., May 24.--Cath-
erine Nell. the artists model and a
chorus girl of New York, pleaded
guilty to the charge of Manslaughter
In the killing of her husband. Joseph
Nell. a blacksmith a d pugilist, In
Greenwick on December 14, last, at
a special salon of the criminal su-.
perlor court Wedaeaday. Judge Geo.
W. Wheeler imposed apno her an nla.
determinate sentamee of not mor
than ntne and not eoathan areyeear'
In state's prioa.


to be at VCereld's disposal for nine.
months each year and to make eight
appearance* In each of the nine
months wherever Conreld appoints.
Fbr every extra appearance be is to
receive $2,000.

Plot Against the Casr.
St. Petersburg. May 14.--'The No-
voe Vremnysa -, !n rference to Prime
Minister 8 !ypin's account of the
plot against the csar that conspira-
tots succeeded during the winter s l
entering the imperial service at a
as too.'& w4L ers-roundaon- t em


&ad Students or tne colees. paace. ne letters round on them
... Police and Strikers Clash. showed that they wpre connected with

Meatgomery. Ala., May 24.--.f Ulice and a number of stTiking freight deserters who are now In America.
frteds of the venerable Alabama haattler clashed on Wednesday at the T was their n',-ct to make one tre-
aglow, Joha T. Morgan, who have TIM ft u. Lsonard Ase and Car-, meliou rxPl'.. .r In oivlng all the
bee e~oersed about his health, hkear o Anglo. strfkers, are under asq tImates of the p liace.
that his rect Illneas Is o mose tha ,rest. The police say abot 25 of --
as ordarY cold sad that he wSil ar- the strikers attacked the freight King g .
rire at bhm steamer home at uaey tems The shot was SrI by Pa. K id Arifo". ettMA% 'so i
Spriaa early aext week tos btt trolmian larkin. who was bt.lty han-I So -.-ag PA-r is Alfonse Iso
shape thaa htr a) years. died by the strikers. Order was soon seals w for island to sortiera
ored8pa whbrM he prO-poTs to lid a
I *otor. s"amer relsdence. ,Ta out a farm ad
Tufrl h Mtea n Delaoer Pri e Marble Ruuined. breed thoerohr,c rcattle. Te
Belgrade. May 14.-TIe T rkis B falo, N. Y.. May t---&veral apmle of KnCtx r,(.ar n nd MaUM
garrison at Vskti.'rensitingn of about piees of Aee marble Waein carved ei ash lea beM en who arm ratltg
1.000 aNAn. has d 0ted. The so-! at tMe works of Geore W Ma:t-j praise beasts. It t, said. rNted tte
die. c:smned that they were givet by & oIS.. la this city. for the Me. kga plaue. T;e qu eens takin
bad fo.d ant that other couldtfoas Kisr Ma,'jsun. at Cana. 0.. a tket nter' f :be p res msad
were utendurabl.. They esrried ofl Wer ruied completely hIr *wleb tlUeiatest wttt opsmare sma& g s l.
their arms. and thus fhr ably s0 oa m etred the pltat theraday TMa ir the 'e4tTeS waL
have hea captured. .. i leas te also WM. e.W -


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Mysterious and Horrible 3ur.
der of Young Girl.

WA" FOUND DEAD IN A FIELD

Girl Had Been Shockingly Assaulted
and Then Killed with Knife-Cr,,
May have Been Committej by In.
sane Man, Think Detectives.
New York, May 24.-.A :.
,work the police are as :
definite clew as ever to ,:i ..,
ofthe murderer of Atmin,:! C
Saffeldt, the 15-year-c: I !a
was shockingly assau!;e(,.: ,.
with a knife In a field a: lI:
In Queensborougb.
Borough Inspector o ; .,
has charge of the cae .
admitted that his Pe ,
nothing to show for thai, f:
Every de.all of the ri; .
carefully gone over', a; .: i i .
fairs of the girl wh; nr ...
bly have led to the crin. a ,
come to light.
Information gained fr', ; : -: ,v.
ing carpenter may pler'!, a:- :,
something tangible. Ti:. ,i
told the police that he 1a,
men In a wood who hal ,
Wmbhurat for two rnont:s pa-' -
al of the men had ben '-.r:. 1
at noon they started for \laMi;.,
Several of Inspector I'! -
1lves think the crime wi. I': i
by an Insane man, owuI; to it.- :i..LI
revolting phases.

Seventh Day's Sess;on.
Birmingham, May 24.-Th *e,.
enth day's session of the sgene:,: a.-
esembly of the Presbyte:man c::i:-cl
in the United States was op'.nZd :?h
devotional exercises !ve by I): rW.
H. Woods, of Baltimore. "l'eL;
Alex," the old negro .iotn of t'.
First Presbyterian church, wherk ,a*
assembly is in session, was I:f-ir..-
ed by Moderator Howerton w:'. I
Bible, which, he 'declares. wo'.;l 1
under his head when he d!es. T.e
assembly plunged at )once :r.' 'It
discussion of the Charlott, ar',: c-f
agreement. Dr. R. W. )Do: -,9 P-e-
lsatid a resolution caling fr
adoption of an amiendel inw :"..'
port. 0. E. Cassel', of V'I:: .
opposed the resolution, and T
McCree, of Arkansas, fa r :i
adoption. .____
Treat Addresseed Bankers.
Kansas City, Mo., May I -4h1
Treat, United States senator, TK',-
day ad reed the Missour 3:.,-
asoclation, meting here '. a
convention, on "Some Cornn' '"
the Aldrich Law." Mr. Tr V
the law was of much ben e t:
banking reforms still ren;.t'r. o '
maode. He believed our I'
bank system meets the nM1d- '.
country as a whole bett: ,r..
other system in existence ani ,
vored a modification of '. ra', ''"
an attempt to Introduce ary reC :
tlonary scheme such as crj.. -.
recw. ,r'
Body is Revovered from Re'%o'
CIlanastl. May 24.--Th. T "
Mrs. Louls B. Hall, sir of 'p *r-
ager of the National Press a1-" *
of New Yort, was reco'v-r- 'i Thu.
day froA the AUeA Psrk .O--'
ire.' Hall, who was visit: .."
ter, Mrs. T. V. Woodswor .. .,
feared Sunday alght sinae which .7
the ig':ze. aided by. the p!,"4 -',1
Seecriptica at jrLic.co. 4
Small the newlpapehl s tle .
sought Ito every way foe i s _
her whereabots. She a
tIrMbled with melsancho!s

Preldent Imtereted in Regatta
New York. ,May :4 -A.-
ea0 is maa that PresislM5t 110
vtt seat. to be aU the in(8I'^
l tse lgat1 this year n e i*"

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what inaeg*~ r him. r s .
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t has already contained nPtUoN of4e' 1 ct tat
the dievltle Graded and High schooll edae"alW tia
s at *te home of Prof and ,Mre. Top F., Bt'n oFi

Sm ,was one of un Al- m -ertt bt the of T
0Sh overoowIng wi wit ap t ha;eI, is espeal
and after oonastdeab' t a author has permitt
which to at follow:, ,
JUNIOR CLA O TOMH CLASS OP f0.
friends, I'm ld to Ite w Mu Y rnr 1in this eco&9r
I wasn't born a poetD hot sone by election.
p'Vs by my lmeweri error$ do e ot kunt.
%-And your m while I do my little-itunt,
ist, on your entwe to draw you. htble you fwas.
n j A true and faothfa of the Class of 190.

ere's an even beas, if you reckon us by number;
sBut shold vo i tocount us as Che millmen measure lumm
t may stra y t pecuiar-may even make you laugh-
0 Btit a told by ssee we're only just eleven and talt;,
iWWe as reguft our glender-nd perhaps that's woy ire shine
So 0 ey, Wvy brilliant-we are two-thirds feminine.
4d so withmat more pre face, halt In earnest, half in fiun,
.I'l tret them out before you, and present them one by one.

Seomes Bonnle*MBesIle with her tall apd qeenly air,
0 jq leads her class as naturally as some girls baag their h
Ih te to mathematics as a kitten takes to milk,
SSyb who, everywhere you take her, is just as fine u silk.

b''oxt comes Kate. otr sunbeam, a regular little fairy,
l Who never borrows trouble, but who's always bright and i
t the way she rn crib answers, and also, when she wishes,
Get all around' her teachers, is a sin to little fishes.
bhe's authority on history, and in Latin reads 'em some,
SBut her specialty's the science and the art of chewing gum
.
re next is Lena. She's our pride, our model little woman;
She can write like Lucy Larcome, and read Latin like a Rot
hei's a favorite with her teachers, and always does her work
ith diligence and patience, and was never known to shirk.
iut once Just et her rattled-0 Jordan's stormy Strand!
i ke can surely tune up for you, and bawl to beat the band.

*be next In line is Mattle B., to all her classmates dear;
s She's Just our gbod big sister, and we all look up to her;
tIhe stands high in our opinion, six feet; but that's not all,
She's every bit as good and kind and true'as she is tall.

tloere's Annie next, our beauty; and we challenge any dlass
To show a better lookbr; for there never was a glass
hed back a prettier picture when the softest light was o'er I
Than abe sees in her mirror when she smiling stands before
mat I wouldn't hvhe you thinking all her good points go to lool
The class has not a member that is brighter in her books.

e next sl Mattle May, a girl as good as gold all through;
SBhe's studious, kind 'o sober, but loyal, firm and true.
will someday walk a woman amid the world's great crowd.
ft Of whom her high school classmates will evermore be proud.

There's Gladys next, a Northern rose transplanted to the South
-, **u'd hardly think that butter would melt within her mouth
he's such a mild sa'.nothing, so timid and demure
*. That sah's got the rabbits faded-but don't you be too sure
tust mention to hbr chummles how reserved she Is. and shy,
Then watch 'em kind 'o giggle and wink the other eye!

'Aa/l* last of all, the si4teras-but only least in that
t "There's barely fifty Inches twixt her shoe-heels and her hat--
6b J Helolse, our brilliant -and winsome little lams,
r Who masters all her studies--and bosses all her class.
i he's a lightning calculator. and c'an tell you to a minute.
t When she sees a bag of peanuts Just how many there are In
To boys come next. There's Jamper, who though, as you all kr
SWoule never take a premium at a first-class beauty show,
I sturdy, staunch good fellow, and for all he keeps It dark,
' High up on Fame's white pillar Intends to make his mark;,
i'.kho, though he may not get there first. when he decides to try,
V' You can nt It down as certahu. will get there by and by.

r^^Bhtre'' Douglan with a tendency to project with machines,
S And a turn for electricity, and who lmoSt surely means
asome day to lbnt Marconi, anid snatch the wreath of fame
"" From off the brow of li~dwon t6 deck hls own fair name.

And then there's thodel Wiley. as tlhil as a rabbit;
* Who hasn't. as we know of. one single, lone bad habit;
And who. If life in spared him. will Ionte day never fear.
('tlllb high ap Fortune's ladder as a civil engineer.
r
'lheu I mnake up the dosen-or to speak with more preclilon,
SI'm wlat you have lehft over aftor maktillg this division.

? o hvre we art' Ib'.ore you. the pick of all the State.
S O thert. iinotbili that can match us. The Clatss of 190l J
S"Aud after graduntlei. what?'" O. we'll .have. no time to tarry;
IRach boy nill lihate to hunt a job; each girl. a man to mai


STOCKING HIS FARM. Ing. recogulised to be Of
/ best dairy type. His wlni
I. Simonton of Micanopy Receives yearling are as follows: ft
Some Fine Cattle. Ohio. Indiana. West Vtrgtal
The battle iuduitt it this county oui State fairs, also riA
b becom'iomn one of Iti." hlef Indus' t-ie Uiitock Show of A
'tea. and the more hitliii educated New York City. We coagn
j earnuitng 'every da> that registerted Samoaton UitIo coming ll
cattle art' thlt hl t aoi of animals of tsuth c
e St.Augusitne Rweord of the lath merit, sad cannot but prop
cj outains the follow lng notice. good resulting therefrom ut
', "k* h will be of luterest to tho.-e in- interests Of the South."

SA.oOire is shbilpintg today) Patroen wh have net
the Ppmce de ldoLo dairy. tentt% te epheone blle fer the imep
S5v, head of. Jera y registered year. Will he their sviees
S10 to Mr. J. B. Blmonton of Mica on Monray, the tth. If i
S91&. The ~re of these yearling them. The ieesller to ei
-A mS t Lusbe of Propet. a very don't happen to e M ie
. beatl i UW. Who ia. by his brted- tor all at the eMe


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is to learn as to the relative standing and reliability of the leading manufacture
ers of medicinal agents, as the most eminent phyic*anas are the most careful as to
the uniform quality and perfect purity of remedies pricribed. by them, and it is well
known to physicians and the Well-Informed generally,/4at the California Fig Syr n
Co., by reason of its correct methods and perfect equipment and the ethical character o,
its product has attained to the high standing in scientific and commercial circles which
-i accorded to successful and reliable boases only, and, therefore, that the name of th.
Company has become a guarantee of the excellence its remedy.
S TRUTH AND QATY


appeal to the Well-Informed in every walk of life and are essential to permanent siu.
S oss and creditable standing, therefore we wish to calf the attention of all who noould
enjoy good health, with its blessings, to the fact that it involves the question pf rign'
living with all the term implies. With proper knowledge of what is best each hour
of recreation, qf enjoyment, of contemplation and of effort may be made to contribute
to that end and the use of medicines dispensed with generally to great advantage, l:ut
as in many instances a simple, wholesome remedy may be invaluable if taken at t!he
proper time, the California Fig Syrup Co. feels that it is alike important to present
truthfully the subject and to supply the one perfect laxative remedy which has inu
the appovsl of physicians and 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 lnost excellent of
family laxatives, and as its pure laxative principles, obtained from Senna, are w%.I
known to physicians 'and the Well-Informed of the world to be the best of natural
laxatives, we have adopted thie more elaborate name of-Syrup of Figs and Elixir ,,i
Senna-as more fully descriptive of the rImedy, but. doubtless it will always I,
called for by the.shorter name of Syrup of Figs-and to get its beneficial effects alwa%
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-Syrdp of Figs and Elixir of Senna-as-Syrup of Figs and
Elixir of Senna-is the one laxative remedy manufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. and the same heretofore known by the name-Syrup of Figs-which has give!
satisfaction .to millions. The genuine is for.sale by all leading druggists throuti]out
the 'United States in original packages of one size only, the regular price of which
is, fifty jents, per Bottle.
Every bottle is sold under the general guarantee of the Company, filed with thei
Secretary of Agriculture, at Washington, D. C., that the remedy is not adulterated or
misbranded within the meaning of the Food and Drugs Act, June 3oth, 1906.

CALIFORNIA. FIG SYRUP CO.


Louisville, Ky.


The Sun's Appreciation.
The city 'department of The Sun
is under obligations to Prof. Crowe of
the University faculty for many 4our.
tests extended during the term just
coming to a close. The reporter for
some reason has been unable to get In
close touch with other members
of the faculty which would have tend-
ed of mutual benefit to both this paper
and the University. but through the
energy and kindness of Prof. Crowe,
we have been enabled to secure
'hat Information the paper has pub-
lished from time to time regarding
the University and its aff84. and the
city editorial department appreciates
very highly his asslstanev. without
which twe would have been virtually
"at sea."
We also desire to extend our thanks
and appreciation to Prof. A. W. Blair.
of the experimental department. for
his friendly attitude in aiding the
paper whenever It was possible fur
him to do so.

Indignation.
With its companilons, heart burn.
flatulence, torpidity of the liver, co%-
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.
blie treatment will cre all these
troubles. 50c bottle. Sold by W. M.
Johason.
Bill Abolishing Death Penalty.
Montevideo. May 21-The ht:l abol-
lshing the death penalty. In even the
army.. h brea approved by the jen-
ate.

TO KILL THE DANDRUFF (ikRM.

Ia ltw Oaly Pondble War of Havlta
An sR-tve Vure.
if you se a woman or a 'ii t. with laux-
L:a".t g!c'ssy hair. you ..: 1 s* knt .
+ 'r has dandruff to am-'.r,: anything ,
Tn nv..rly every Case where w :etn an
mern t ave thin brttlo hair 'hey uoe it
t dantru'jff. Tho are hunJtE',4 1.f prep.
ar:lrr.s that claimi" to .re Lndrul.
bi" not one but NewbWo's t[ ;.:tld te!l
Y. that dandruf t the res't t rm I
b' :rr-w1ng itlo the welp. as'4 th-t per-
tPitnent cure of adara f and its eonse.
esit falltag an4 td %lsse. can only beI
atd by kiltua them: and theft to me
ether prepratltes Wtll destroy that
fonrm bet N0ew ~ **ee esrp4 **ODtrj
soe Cause. *n4 e1 aee theof.ct "
Sn by "aVing s 1 e. ta

I. S. t *M00"M sn
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San Francisco, Cal.
U S. A'
London, England.
NOMMOMMON, ",


BACK TO GEORGIA.

White Man, Accused of Larceny After
Trust, Taken te Scene of Action.
W. C. Mixon, the white man who
has been living peaceably with his
family near Gainesville for more than
a year, and who was arrested by
Sheriff Fennell Saturday night upon
a charge preferred by Georgia au-
tnoritles for larceny after trust, was
taken Thursday afternoon to Georgia,
where It Is said he is guilty.
An officer came from Georgia to
accompany the prisoner back to the
scene of his alleged crime. Mr.
Mixon has been living within there,
miles of Gaints.ville, where he lihas
been engaged In farming. for the
past year or more. lie has always
i)en peaceable and law-abiding here.


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pression that there n:i~t 1 .
wrong in his arrs'.t.
still on the farm n.*:r !i

Blank leases for sale at t
Price $2 per hundred.

Fay-Sholes typewriter t A-
ply Sun office.


University Barber Shoi
SAM W. GILMO! E. l'rE;,.

Opposite Fire ,St;ti,.,

For Whites Only-.

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and his friends are under the im- FIFTEEN YEARE EI-XIE E


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.ug business in thl building, we have
decided to continue our business until
AYt bAckin eq h co.u Athe oranisation of the new company
Aud we respectively ask our friends
TAllyor is Td an "ad patrons who have so kindly done i
*Of CA I business with us to continue their an---R
K rr_ sX business with the new firm. It will 901 **
T&r AC0160 fcd W 6 be managed by wise and conservative r ess
o1 With 0 d .U It up Stned .Shn em you8 business men whom we have known e
WithIt~ tip tr eyin a busio* ness way for years, and we
0 AI0 0NEtY sO CodJJver Oian HyO bespeak for them a liberal patronage.
A HOUSES "AR it easy to keC a t As advised in our circular letter of
...... ..N '" l"t s ALL RUGGIV $i 380. AND $1,A. ' the 18th, all checks will be paid with- .a-0a
Lgisature o out interruption. and certificates of rO ,DA OoR*LT*S*
B of the Larg., Nwt of deposits redeemed, with interest, on REPRIOG RAItf
Sin Cofnslthe tlf W is T- 1' V, -1 .' - --- presentation. .Mo,...ew?
.sas to Avoid a*n xr' S4ton p aI. m. Roll atl. Quorum present. C. & 0. PLYER WRECKED. H. F. DUTTON & COMPANY. is that evit fence of sterling wenhf
eatev ntorgti r Prtoyer by chap0aiX. .-R.lC4 May 22d, 1907. Isi it any wonder that we m 1r11ni1114
Senate, no not *0 1 ,2bg11 Pol owing resolutions were Intro. One Person Killed, One Fatally and --_sa t..o..n..... .... .. y ralro s
Adopted, ham got resloun Tho Dangertouly injured. wt we guarantee or
t sesol neotl w T House resolution No. 90, by Mr. Cincnai. 0., May 24-Oe per T FI 0 N "ODORLESS" '
ess ul to enforce Harvell of Santa Rosa-Relating to son was killed, one fatally aid tw PeVA pt will not altct milk Ae 101
dangerously injured, while 20 others DRALA INx e cotambaltla
resolution. The HOU"e, however, o f were silghty hurt Wednesday after- s m lg
its three sessi s a ay T h r H house resolution N o. 91, by M r. nooh w hen the C h( esapeake and O hio "M & lale us e $ oft o
it Reese of Escambia-Relating to flyer was wrecked at Lawrence creek, f %Hlto Ih %6,- **' .
e new drainage bill of Senator swamp "nd overflowed lands of State, the sleeper being thrown lato the 110U I 1 1 1m.,,e" sale,!
e which passed the ordeal of' commending course of trustees of in- itch by the buckling of the track =rWat Vm-it
d reading Thursday, has, with terna improvement fund in fighting under it. The accident occurred be- They are perfect refrigerator in every re.
arendent opSect and will interest every housekeeper IS
amendment offered by the author, suits for lands, adopted. tween Broshers and South Ripley. ased of a nfw refrigerator
Sengrossed. House joint'resolution No. 556, by In Kentucky. 4 1 aTraui THIEM. o eNasN
Tea House adopted' a resolutoa in- Mr. Taylor of Gadeden-Relating to All the injured were taken to Cin- IGE Tl1 9 9oS&n a pMyl
toduced by Mr. Reese of Bscambia taxation; placed on calendar of bills cinnati .aid Mayuville. **t i S-venes
mendlng the course of the true- on second reading.
Wg. of the internal Improveont fund Hou bill No. 557, by Mr. Faulkner YOUR GRANDMOTHER USED IT.
contesting the suits of the rail- of Taor Relating to charter of -- OYSTERS
and land grant companies for town of Perry; passed under waiver But She Never Had Sulphur In Suck
p and overflowed lands. of rules. Convenlnti Form as This. (I Ir of Fornitore Compsna)
The House unanimously passed Senate bill No. 378, by Mr. Cone- Your grandmother used Sulphur U GAINEVILL, FLORIDA
Imator Cone's bill providing that the Requiring the deeding of University her favorite household remedy, and CLORInD
3ate Board of Education deed to the lands and appropriation of $15,000 to so did her grandmother. Sulphur ha Company
y of lake City for educational pur- city of Lake City, was taken up and been curing skin and blood diseases I am owi prepared to seceommode -
ps the old State Uniersity prop- read a second time on motion of Mr. for a hundred years. he r a with in t Phe ttut the rPhe 7.
my and appropriating $16,000 to beKnight of Columbia, Mr. Willis of But in the old days they had to take Aois line, Phone 126 Phone 7.
to the city of Lake City, which Levy objecting to anything looking powdered sulphur. Now HANCOCK'S
to give a receipt in full for all toward establishing another State LIQUID SULPHUR dives it to you in
chdilms in connection with the Uni- school. Mr. Knight, Mr. Wells and Mr. the best possible form and you get
wmity against the State. Knight of Citrus called attention to the full benefit.L C
the clause requiring a receipt in futl HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR
SENATE PROCEEDINGS. from the city of Lake City. Mr. Wells and OINTMENT, quickly cure Ec- [Inoor2poratpAl
The Senate was called to order at of Leon thought it would be the right smma. Tetter, Salt Rheum and all E VOYLE M R.
Sa m., President Harris In the chai thing to put Lake City in shape to Skin Diseases. It cured an ugly ulcer E E. VOYLE. GR
Abirseem of Title and fall information fornlAbe4d riegrdial land$ .0 ,
ad a quorum present, establish a good private educational for Mrs. Ann W. Willett. of Washing. sconey. Oar lmarfaer has lived thuis soontisrhirty lean sW
In the regular order there were no institution. The bill was read third ton, D. C., in three days. s thoroughly onveramt with lad title@.
ew resolution or bills introduced, time and was passed, yeas 49, nays 0. Taken Internally, it purifies the
In conformity with the notice given blNa Clm ckamaul ood and clears the complexion. 7 YL
I co ,nftormy wh t ot ven House bill No. 108, Chickamauga' r di ella's it.e .ojpeo
Uedusday, Senator Adams moved monument. Senate amendment In-Your druggist 0ll8 It. E l. E .0 l XJ4
thit the vote b e r eonsiderednt creasing appropriation from 10,000 Sulphur Booklet free, if you write FIR, ACCOOIDENT, BUROLARY AND INDEMNITY INSCRAtOKR. Reso
which was adopted an amendment t ean a0 After opriine discussions, HANCOCK LIQUID SULPHUR COM- **tnl a number of prominent Amerleu and Enillsh eompeales.
to the Knight (of Citrus) increased to $15000 After some discussion HANCOCK QUID SULPHUR COM- RAL STAT AND CITY LOAP.
qlarv bill, providing that such in- the House concurred. PAN, BaltGmore. g A LOXd
erfesi be not effective until 1909, or Senate bill No. '34, by Mr. Crill- Confederate Veterans' Reunion, Rich- ..
ft(er the expiration of the terms of Providing for a State geologist, was mend, Va. .
te resent incumbents of these of- read In full and placed on the calen. -. ISs. AAriM(, Paoidean 1. TAlro, CWateri
tees On roll call the motion to re- dar, 200 copies ordered printed. The Seaboard Air Line announces it. W. ., Vle.-Pmideas La (aE AOAn. Csther
lets Oil roll call the motion to re- low excursion rates from all Florida
consider the vote was lost. 18 to 18. Senate bill No. 101., by Mr. Hum- points, made one cent per malle to AK
,Benator Hlard then moved indefinite phrfes-Relating to county uniform- pcond, Va.d and return ecmnt of
pFstponi-rnent of the bill. Senator ity of text-books, placed on calendar reunichm on-tickets on sale May 2T. B
Adams raised the point of order that without reference. 27, 28r, 9 and 30th. The Seaboard on asA 2q' "V3 1
the lill was not und6r consideration Senate bill No. 429. by NMr. M 7c operates double daily service from
kbt ,imily on reconsideration of vote. Creary-Relating to charter of Gaines- Tampa, Jacksonville and other Florida UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
The JIprident ruled the point not ville. Passed under suspension of polRts. Extra through Pullman sleep- *** UNITED STATES DE
Ol *ak.n 1i and roll call was ordered rules. ors and day coaches have been ar-
lid : t1ill was Indefinitely post- Senate bill No. 432, by Mr. Massey ranged, so all may be made comfort- Capital........ ...... .........$100,000 00
p,,d !,%- %ott of 20 to 11. -Relating to charter of Sanford. able. Surplus ............ .......... 20(0, o000
.-na,, bill No. 211, by Mr. Crane- Passed under suspension of rules. In order to allow their patrons to
A.. s'rction 2072, general stat- House bill No. 558, by Mr. Wilson visit the Janestonn Exposition, the Interest Paid on Savings Aoonts ansd Certflate of Depoeit. All BiBlast
to, .ain, to dockets to be kept by of Hernando-Relating to official Seaboard will honor return portion Teaseted Promply. K. TAYLOR Cshler.
. ..of the peace, read second bonds, placed on calendar. of Richm nd t tkot from Portsmouth. ..
r r thee orde r ha-ngrossed. House resolution No. 1 by Mr. The totaloun tri rates from some N
i-g arri,.d, this order b a Pairkino of Volusla-For deepening of the Important points In Florida dP S VPf
v t order being Senateof New Smyrna inlet and Indian and are as follows:
th by Mr. Crane, known as nrdHalia riverso read second time un. a sonville $13.75) Apopka.... .$1.79 Am m
ln e billsMr.The bim was read der waiver of rules, then third time Lake City... 13..', Orlando.... 14.70 U A 08..
fll phe second tes.d nnder susmension of rules. Live Oak.... 13.75. DadeClt.v.. 17.05 |I


aUiTrc< in the chair, anfl a number of
mendniots offered. The bill was
oder'.d engrossed.
Hou- b11ill No. 302, by Mr. Faulkner
OTf '1or -Providing method for dis-
''r, ,f illicit sale of intoxicating
liqurs. to punish talse swearing and
to ir.st the vendor tmakig seh U*
kct w.:*. was read the second tIme,
tftl an'rfdiident. which wi s adopted.
sd t.,' ',il ordered printed and
to third reading, and madeI
1* Irdf r for Moeday at I0 a. m.
S'!"". bill No. 409. by Mr. Crane-
SFlorida State Board of
,: JExaminers, and relatIng
"',f A denUstry aad detail sur-
tr e State, was read in ftll the
n'.i and ordered advanced
t '..-,Ll.jr to third reading.
AL -rL.-dment was adopted to
S' No. 173. relating to or-
S !Iltia. which Inersases the
S ~he adjutant-senral to
. *" 'the bill was ordered to
S.... .ngr-wse bills.
S '!r special order having
S. ...a ~t bill No. 404. by Mr.
, .!->.ing Ieena* taxes on
"alz)i. was read in fall
S: tne The bill provide a
a mile et all ra0way
S,- State tax to pSa of
-. *:A saad a-atj asses n
z" Itan The t1 wa or-
'I ro to eaJnder for b"

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Benate bill No. 437, by Mr. Me- Madison ... 14 00, Plant City... 17.65
Creary-Incorporating town of Tyler, Montlcello.. 14.5, Tampa...... 17.55 n a Company that is Reoaible, Have a Pulley Correetly
Alachua county, passed under suspen- TJshi 15.45 Manatee.... 19.,0 Written With Lberalitl Of Policy CosrsieS atand she o Uusal
slao n s Gainesville.. 15.15 Palmetto.... 18.60 sys Loeeb s Promptly
Senate bill No. 353. by Mr. West, pf Oc ...... 1575 Dradentown. 18.10
the ourth-Relating to State refor.... You A re Assured
school. On motion of Mr. Reeae. read W Taa s a...r. 16.701Y
second and third time and passed Ior theofederate Vsters they That Bo eerioa lo eta overcome you waltbreot nMou e
under waiver of rules. I aop to the public r ate*.
After other business under second T op aatrd has inued a feTg
reading and special order, the House sar and expensive told er *e *
adjourned until PrIday morning. voted y to this ocess ion. CopA IM h
PieRIPTION. ass of ths folder and othe is kema I i
A TMIED PtCaRIPTION. tieo alm be obtained on asplieste Merse bes 1 b 11*w Ooe o(pese Represetesd.
to amy Ua8g rd agest o, to
A tried prescrptimn, highly rcm-o 8. C. BOTLSTON. Jr.
inemded by physicians for the retsf Wt OAeral Pasaae Aes. A CH M A
of disorders of the kidneys ad biad- JackeamvOale., 9 LarW e us s GAL
de. is ompoSmmded o U a. s l, l ..-fo- I i rmsa hera*y fatalamed. OAINfIVILLI, 1WIA
iraeat of M a s. % OF Fluad tract To Our Friends and PatroMn. m i IM
o Us Un, 1 Mos. Anset CordtaL % since making our annoIasment L
as. Uid N tract of IAverwort and Ithat we wald ekj,*e our taking buest
15 oass.water. A dome of a tablespoon- noes to take erffwt on Jmse 16. 197. -*
fl of this is takes three times day. we have sokl oir bulldlag. Btrer.
sad theeontlsed use of the ictoe aF l "a lt to wN. R- Tbosa. G. K.
for ce moath is calculated to drive l Broo e, F. Iuttm. C. W. Chase U I
ro the yrstn all toheaps J. H. Tit H J ThJomal ad Je .hedle Effetivepil U .
which came the disease. While the Padgett, wel known besi lM mIn i n. I-' .
treatmesont oaaUes the patlest should this efty and county. who wil ora eiss -- -
drink as mauch water as possible. Tbhe a bsaklg company to be conducted a TATW0. as.
IngredieMts o the prscrlptmin are all ia tis litigt in order that theOr ... | i
obtainable at any Srstdase drug store. ma be os dseontin saseea of the bak" A W x PM
... ..... .. -*-- ---- ,;r.- A r:' ,Ar, Le S|.!.
Atst1so.AtI'At 40
0Ti0dt.T -1-5aW.!LS 4S A S ..."...
Ot GAV6DI 4..
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W. Pe1aOo io is, o2; J.
p....( l Wilso Nt, e No. 14, (25;
llWa Dne. at Last Mueting W" e' 1 nvmlel No. is.
$2.090; C. a. AZts M, Jone"ville No. 15,
Sof Thjil $14,C U6 C. Rochell., Jonesville No.
--15- 1~8l8; bia Bowman, Windsor No.
kMRS WHO WER 0 ( tftb months $40: H. C. Williams,
___ r ; 0. 25; C. K. DeVaugn,
Ret L o Si. ,otho)ANo.84, $40,; Car.
.i Itemize w"" ,MOit Childs, Half Moon No. 43, $20;
SItemized tat o t, A. Rphe ., Whitaker No. 45,
lInts+ lan |~|'P fl $ $25; Ne1 ouabw, Ogden No. 49,
rt = I$ t2e s Mt 41 J. I rdaM Lboty Hill
--- No. l A Arttn, Mio opy No.
el| Wtlt.its A of 12, $26; Anna ;. C Freeman (2



0ReI OW Kfe .1$2V ; ,Bus" B Wilson,
.tult sira Jerusaletm No. SI $); Nelle H Nghes.
Ogdte No. 4M $35i NMke E. Glenn,
SS Ap48 1,' P .Uevilleo N(. amths) o 21, $50; T>
tLep .... with &Bo0.1 Unon ANademy No. 1,
I^ tgised statement V5O; K. A Mobn, Valon No. 1. $40;
P iu.W Mroo, Oeptn d Mat7 e F. Days, Union No. 1,. 80; Amy
iss during the i. Davis, 1Union' No. 1, $80; Metif
1 dolng y, 7. Hearst, Unlo No. 1, $30; Emma P.
Williams, Unon No. 1. $30; L. L. Mur-
TPASURER'S REPORT. rell, Unke o.; 1, $30; Carrie Moore,
L April 1, 1907. Union No. 1, $30; MtMob C. DeBose,
last report......... $2,7388.51 Union No. 1, 80; Ida J.. Williams,
Croom, redempt'n 805.78 Union No. 1, It7.; Judith P. Rainey,
Kelley, E.?. ... 10.00 Union No. 1, $85; annfe Rowe, Gor.
,pt. Kelley, Orange don No. 18, $20. Total $1,012.95.


S ............f......
ikln on, Polls.. ....'..
sibn, Col., taxes..


10.00
815.00
2,888.70


itt ... .. ................ $6,707.94
4na*mmnts surrendered. ,210.84
..' S. T 497.10
.j^........../........ I 497.10


6 4*ndrie.'
J. L. Kelley, salqry...........
J. L. Kelley, ofe..........
Pepper Pub. Co.............
Peninsular Printing Co.......
H. H. McCreary ...........
Martin. Hoyt & Co..........
T., F. McBeath...............


1fo0.0O
12.15
76.00
17.60
4.00
14.00
19.40


S peela Tax DItriot* M. M. Cba res............. 56.52
Sreport............ $1,102.77 Mrs. C. C. Reddick.......... 22.61
,from Supt. Kelley for W. D. Dickinson............. 80.2#1
,. ................... 1.00 L. M Kelley................ 40.00
6 h'om W. D. Diokinso& R. B. Peeler................. 122.19
0 Cottons ............,.. 975.68 H. F. Dutton Co........... 188.51
J. F. utoch................. 11.00
.................. 2,079.45 8. H. len es............... 1.00
n si surrendered 1,107.10
Total ...................... $764.80


.... ............. $ 972.35
WARRANTS ISSUED.
V White Tueamer '.
Molntosh, Fairbanks No.
S.. B. Sanders, Jennings Lake
S 8S: Clara Thomas, Earleton
# $880; Arile Lowman, Cool
No. 17, $40; T. J. MceBatb,
vo No. 18, $55; Mary F. Mc.-
11eland Grove No. 18. 836; T.
th, Gainesvile No. 26. $150;
'pUiller, No. 28, $5:; Ellen Wal.
SNo. 8., $60; Mrs. W. P. Coffey,
i, $40; Mrs. W. B. Cauthon, No.
SSBerena Shanson, No. 16, $40;
Brant. No. 24. $40; Cylla Ke.n.
No. 18. $40; Annie DaConta, No.
t Florence Balls, No. 26, $40;
Bandles, No. 2., $40: Maude
|, No. 26, $25: Orrie Pratt,
Lane No. 44. $40: Marie
flibh springs No. 47, $60;
'MeWaters, 'High Springs No.
; Mary Hague, High Springs
47, $36; Julia McCredle. High
No. 47, $86; G. W. Preeman,
No. 84, $50; Jennie M. Crane,
Park No. 88, 430; Lottie Teeter,
l Bluff No. 88, $:5; Henrietta
Rocky Hill No. 88, $30; Lu.
%a Bt. Clair. Hall@ No. 87, $30;
beher Rotledge, Tyler No. 93, $35;
W. freeman, Stoke No. 84., $0;
ttle MeIntosh. hilrbanks No. 5.
SLi Fraser, Arredondo No. 1.
W. 2. Bell. Waldo No. 14. $100;
Strickland. Waldo No. 84, $40;
t Bell. Waldo No. it, $88:
Ambroe. Waldo No. 14, $40;
Rt all, Roadfleld No. 64, $17.60;
4 1trouer, Santa Fe No. 16, $46.
S81.8l7.50.
Negro Teachers.
Mlleafa Madison. Hawthorn No. 7.


SPECIAL DISTRICT. .
TeaoNers' Salaries and Supplements.
Nannie McIntosh, Fairbanks No. 5,
(1% months) $30; 7. H. Owens, Ro-
chelle No. 3, $85; Willie Mclntosh,
Rochelle No. 8, $40; W. H. Main,
Archer No. 10, $70; Mary Berkstres-
ser, Archer No. 10, $40; Annie Collins,
MIcanopy No. 15. $60; Clara Smith,
Micanopy No. 15, $35; Sophie Merry,
Micanopy No. 15, $85; T. J. McBeath,
Island Grove No. 18,. $20; Mary F.
McBeath, Island Grove No. 18. $5;
J. N. Overhults. Hawthorn No. 21, $75;
Sallie J. Holden, Hawthorn No. 21,
$40; Eddie Reddlex, Hawthorn No.
21, $30; W. U. Cassells, Alachua No.
23. $75; Nellie B. Prink, Alachua No.
23. $40: Jettle Puteh, Alachua No.
23. $40; Dula Wolf, Alachua No. 23,
$40; Florence Ball, Gainesville No.
26, $3.75;: A. H. SpeIr. Stroble No. 31,
$15.53; C. B. Fielding,. ange Heights
No. 38, $100: E. L. Price, Hague No.
48, $60; M. A. McRae, lanston No.,
62, $35; Josle Carleton, TaoomIa No.
69. $45; E. T. Allen, Newbery No.
78, $90; Minnie E. LoM. Newberry No.
73. $40: Ada Philput, Rocky Point
No. 76, $50. Total $1.199.38.
Special Distriet Sundrite.
8. F. Burnett. LaCrosse No. 8, $0.90;
A. J. Vidal & Co., Gainesville No. 81,
75e; T. F. McBeath, Gainemvlle'No.
26. $9.50; Phoebe March, Oalnesville
No. 26. $20; J. H. Jarvs. Galnesville
No. 26. $6; H. f. McCea&y, Taom
No. 69. $6. Total $49.16.
R. B. WBLKS. Chn. B. P. I.
Atteet: J. L KELLY, Sec. and
supt. B. P. I.
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Weman to Pace Murder Trial.
Macon, Ga., May 24--allfe Free-
ney, went to Eastman In charge of a
deputy sheriff Wednesday morning to
be present at her trial for nfilrder in
connection with the k;l!lng of W. P.
HarreU, a prominent citizen, several
Inonths ago. Mr. Freeney has pre-
pared for the fight she is to make and
great interest will be hown ain the
outcome. Attorney John R. Coop-
er# of Macon, and Dealcy & Bish-
op of Eastman, "ave her case In their
hands. They will assert that she
fired the fatal mhots Ip self-defense.

Step Srvmbilng.,
It you suffe from Rheumatism or
painjl for Ballard's Snow Liniment
wirll ring quick relief. It is a sure
oure for Sprains., Rheumatism. Con.
traced Muscles and an pains-and
Within the reach of all. Price 25c,
50Wo 11.00. C. R. Smith, Tanaha, Tex.,
writes: "I have used Ballard's Snow
Liniment la 07 family for years and
UIve toud It aa fe remedy for all
palna and aches. I reommed it for
pains la the cheat." old by W. M.
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Cotton In Bad Condition.
Tpeccoa, Ga., May 24.-Great anx-
tety Is felt by the farmers in this sec-
tion of the state arlo the cotton crop.
Per a week past the cotton has been
dying. In many Nelda not a plant
Is left. No one is able to offer a
eaOafltory explanation, and the con-
dIttalsssald to i:':outa parallel.
It Io reliably reported that In Ste-
phes and Hart countless from 25 to
I,1 8 per emal of the oottoa has died
wthia the put week.
De Yeou Lve
yW baby? Tou wofwer why be cries.
y a battle atof Wite's min Vers-
ftage ad be whl mtter woy. d
babies have worns, a4 NA Pothers
dust hew it. Whlts OMam Verms.
tP rMis the elM Ot waro-msad elems
at tts s~ % laI a plm ast way.
Uvery mother shoalM M p a botUe
o fta" medbef thebm os WWA
It. 8ar need v er t ber ate md.
PHte Uo. Sold by W. M. Jeasor.

"The Womn la ist Ms
Weshtnron, .May 14.-Wns. Isa-
boxls B. Case. who tUgted some
attention as the "womaa in blue,"
wo tried to see. the president at
Oyster Bay .Wt summer and who has
strie wsough to ee the present.
was taken Itrno custody here, on Wed-
I eday right on a chase of Ins.l-
ty and dr'linvl at the bease of de-
tetion pending exaiatlaetl. She to
thirty years old.


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Chief Forakbr caat s ane wilpe
in one hand, and a teOaahwk
toe other.

changed their minds about lying
together.
aing found out where be stands,
tor Foraker refuses to Bit down
keep quiet.
i Niss Mabelle Gilman isn't a blusht
Bride, a good many people will
she ought to blush.

Lrily bulletins from Madrid i die-
that King Alfonso is getting

lellany Storer, Poultney Bigelow,
hilb Burton and E. Ht H"man
Gall keeping very quiet them days.
London professor declares that
sh grls wink their left eye. They
Tbl consider that one of their

tLanor Rayner doesn't seem to
with Col. John Temple Graves
Ito superlative unmistakableness of

The r tirfment of Castro from base-
is Much more important than the
ih of the little South American
ir wll'd be.
LThe op{rt Is denied that the Pa-
k Coat oh ple are waiting toa te-
Id the Jamrestown Exposition by
at o Pnarnama canal
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-" ' 'pleasant development" y tome fron
t debate b Mr. the foreign naval da at the James
B' a adSesator-Bever on the town Exposition. .'ThBriteh squad
. oatltt iality question of the re- ron was to have been t9er4 for the
eved rights of the States andn mci- celebration on the 18th of May. But
. detally of the Beveridge bill to regu- Instead of that It weighe' anchor and
- late labor la stories, known as the sailed south to Besnuda.. Of course
SchYi labor il' bhas been generally it inquiry were made of the Navy
Srd. To Democrats the discussion Department, one would be assured
- at transceadeqt interest, for it that this departure has been arranged
foresadows a much more Important ten years ago and It was just what
e 4ebate within tre Democratic party was provided for on the program
Son the lames of State rights and But as a matter of tact it was not ex-
r home The first Installment comes pected at all. The British squadron
1 from tor Rayner of Maryland in was to have been a part of the dis-
' The Baltimore Sun of May 13, in play, and the story. goes that there
wheh'he asummarises the policies ad- was a decided flar-up between the
. vocated by Mr. Bryan as follows: British commander and Admiral Evana
S"First-XltiUmate ownership by the in command of the American squad-
Government of all the interstate rail. ron. As all who know him are aware,
roads of the United States. Admiral Evans' temper is none of the
"Second-The initiative and refer-, longest. He has always been on
* endum. very good terms with the British sail-
"Third-Congress to have the right ormen, and he and Admiral Chas.
to artitarily fix the total product of Beresford, the "Condor" Charlie of
all interstate corporations, quasi pub- the British navy, are warm persona)
lie and private, and to destroy their friends. Put he has been decidedly
business if they transgress the con- sore on all things English since the
gresslonal limit. Incident at Jamaica ben Governor
S"]ourth-The supreme power of Swvetenham ord resd iral Davis of
SCongress to prescribe the terms-upon the. American reHjaKuadron out of
which all iAerstate commerce shall the harbor. 'ho ought to
*be conducted, d whenever Congress know say that the incident was
'(Which, of course, means the domi- brought up again during the meeting
nant/party" conceives it to be against of the two fleets at Jamestown, and
'public policy, It shall have the right the exchange of woads between the
absolutely to prohibit commercial in- two admirals was responsible for the
tercourse between the States upon the sudden departure of the British squad-
interdicted article (as fully exempli- ron. More about the incident may
fled In the provisions of the child come out later.
[abor bill)
"My 'own delflierate Judgment is The fellow with the didn't-know-it-
that if we embody these doct#lnes in was-loaded gun As laid it aside for
a Democratic platform the next step a season and gone to rocking the boat.
that it will be necessary to take will The force of fool-killers seems inade-
be to change the name of the party quate to cope with the increasing sup-
and revive the name of 'Federalists' ply.
or take some other title suitable to
the occasion; and th6n, after we have The Cause of Many
done this, the final step will be, wth
our leaders in the van, in solemp pro- Sudden Deaths.
cession to accompany the remains of Th trailing i th
There is a disease prevailing in this
democracy to their resting place, and country t .tdiangerous becausetso deceT-
when we are engaged in performing t--( tive. Munyuird' en
the last sad rights and obsequies, and deaths are cau:aed
are commemorating ler departed vir- by it-heart dis-
4 eM e, pltieutllionii,
tues, do not let us forget to recount li heart failure or
the tragic manner of her death, so -apoplexy are often
that prosperity shall know that In the the result of kid.
hour of her brightest hopes and most ney iearle. If
kidney trouble is
alluring prospects, determined to end allowed toadvance
her great historic career, she threw thekidne y-1poiu.-
herself upon the poisoned weapon of .ed blood will at-
Federal Centralization, and died of tack the vital rgas, causing catarrh of
the Lihhhr, or tile kidneys themtielveh
a self-inflicted wound." break down and waste away cell by cell.
Democratic voters will have to de- Bladder troubles almost always result
cide these Issues before they elect and from a derangemett of the kidneys ind
instruct delegates to the next national a cue is obtained quickest by a isroler
c treatment of the kidneys If you are feel-
convention and to do so must investi- ing badly you can make no mistake by
gate the arguments on both sides to taking Ir. Kilmer's wamp-Root, the
arrive at a just conclusion. Mr. Bryan great kidney, liver and bhlidei rtnitdy.
It correct ability to hold urine and
has so clearly stated his case that it selling, papin passing it, and over.
is not necessary to repeat it. Senator co that unpleasant necessity of being
Rayner's summary has led The Baltl- ro,,,ellhd to go often through thie day,
more Sun to say: andl o get up n*an'y times during, tlhe
night. 'The mild alnd tihe extraordinary
"The discussion of all these theories effect of Swampi-Root is oont realize
of government; the suggestion of Sec- It stands the hiyhtst for its -'nderful
rotary Root that the constitution be cures of the mnost d:-itressing case-s.
changed by construction so as to es- Swa"lp-RtXt is 1.isa,:1;t to tNke unid iS
.sold bv .all 4ru i,-ts ill fifty-ccnit mnd
prive the States of their reserved one-dollarsize tttlt. ,ou maiy havcta
rights; the Beveridge bill and Mr. sample bottle of tins wowlerful "new Idi-
Bryan's doctrines-all these things cover anda book thl.t tells nil a)nut it,
have tended to direct public atten both sent free by m..i>. .-lidr,,.s. ,.r. Kil-.
e m ier & Co., Bniniamtn'. N. 1. Wlien
tou to questions of policy and consti- writing mention rliig this grnerous
tutional law which have been dor- offerr in this paper. l,,,'t miake any
mant almost during this generation. mistake, but rememinlr tli<- noine.Swtniq
Suc a mastgrly exposition ae that Rot, D)r. Kilinser Sw .n )..<.ot, and the
a mauterly expostion a Uti dres, Binglhnton, .N. V., oU every
of Beoat"r Rayner, by so profound a tS tle.
st.deut of the constitution as he is, _____._ ______
will do much to bring people back to
the old """ CAPUDINE

Damages to the amount of $356000 CA P 5
have ust been aMesd against the u RE
New Yort Central Rallroad by a New f i AND SE PE '. *1]
Tork jury for the destruction of "the bas -ehs wsa .rdaiia
lower third ot a leg." That is said a N WU t 1
to be the largest erdict ever give *- -- ..... -
for a like Injury. What would it S MEl U119 WWMIU.
have beesn had the middle or upper ,'. mgu(,f-s-. ,
third bees the portion lost? I aii' *' ,,,^


stg.r powedomo
iAws orOsm31. CWT 0or Tejino. edg ed Uwswselli
Lucts Cowvsyr 66&f1 O ~t t e slwsv
link J. Chamseymob& oath that Limx
he isnowisle e .ofthe sr.of ~ ~
VS. Chsmui & 006. doling huIMOS
ft the Cwt of bisie. Caumfy ad
NY dohman of One Mhlbvd Defmn
for sahad e varY ae sof COnwtr
fta "=a be NMI Aby the uNo of
aws opeb oe
FRANK J. MEY.6*16mLta COuOWT4198.
SWW fto befe e Mo d beuibed t~,, slow
bu y preemee. thinm sofDw raPnm
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iSklk of faoes, a po a of wolves, a
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of bears, a gang of elks.
S dentdied Himelf.
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themmelve." said a disgusted
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night a man came up to we In
b otl and claimed old time ao
tane. I saw visions of the con.
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ft hab. oo n miles railroad, 900
silen wagon road, M posetnleso.,
pIe 9W hoolb $f T hosphate
ts wteo30 aw mill. 9.o000 gourt
aem, four aewepapes and pro.
a oor, OeOtO, rdle, _sgare
eo s, re, potatoes, pineapple, or.
sages, petehe- peat,0 plame, pe.
aso, sad all kinds of vegetable

i villoi Cuntly Seati..
Ha fourteekm sehes, two pubits
Mchools, the UVal lily of Florida,
prmvte Mhoole hf0hmaeeppe
Salted Bsestasee ee wbetob
water, fre alarm oM elerie
Sandn la M. twe fe t e
MIDae op, t ee sm e 6 s
dle, eotonagi, two m I 5otesMo,
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8 1 -doy, of ims, A. D. IM0, ast (3a~iaell~e. Alaqkua eoontfq, Florida, or so
OF be reu"s .asty to pej the Soat fai %ue t' Ga (lf"He ilefor
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DUCBWfTION


Celia And4.r........loammenting at So ear lth's lot
run N (20 ftM WW 210 f 680 ft,
Z 210 ft, eAt GaInseut.......... 4 10 10
Eu Bwowron....'..... COmm cing 100 ftRoNwcor of
lot 3 .Angl,'s addition, Gnes-
vlle, run 8 96 ft, W 9 ft, N 956 ift,
34 90 ft to beglnn ag............. 4 10 20
Martin rnom......... N % Tract B 1 R 1, 270 ft B and
W by 200 ft N and 8 Goss's Addi-
lo Galneaville.................. 9 10 20
B. M. I alas........ i 8 New ailnesvill e............ 4 10 20
Chandlel' t......... Lot 4 B 4, R 1 and lot 8, B 5, R1.
Dolg & Robertson add Galaeville 4 10 20
Jordan BW ."....... Lot 4, B 15 Boley's sub-diviton... 82 9 20
Lucy 90v.......... Com 188 ft N of 8 oor of B 28,
Brush's Addition Oalnesville, run
N 8 ft, W 880 ft, 88 ft, B 6o6
ft to Psg..0.......... ......... 5 -10 2le
3. W. Chles,.....* *.. Con cs e cor of A, J. Cone's lot
n B 21 Bru Addtl9n G Al.s-
vil-, run W U ft to the point of
b, then N 161 ft, W 270 ft, B 161
ft, B 270 ft to beg in Blk 28,
Brush's Addition Gabesvllle..... 5 10 20
J. A. Cox..............Lot 18 Milw' ur'Yr..,.......... 32 9
William Colda ........*Lot of B 14, Meaow'splat.... 32 9 0
Jms Caro A...... Co 23 ft of No of B 27,
Brush's Addition OWasil le, run
S0 ft, W 10 ft, N 0 ftE 1,560 ft
to beg ............. ..,........ 5 10 20
W. U De ak=a......... Corn at Be cor of OBw a in's lot, /
Huff sub-dlvlslon, run 15 ft, N
150 ft. W 215 ft, 8 1 ft........ 4 10 30
3. M. Dea..s......... Beginning 80 ft N of Bs oer B 15
Brush's .Addition Gainesville, run
N 80 ft, W 100 ft, 8 100 it, E60
ft, N 80 ft, E 50 ft to beg........ 5 10 20
g. do Palt do *


Veou e Powder Co. Powder magazine and wash hole
In Be cor of Gaineville, N %
Tract B 1, R 1, Goss's Addition
Ganesvlle .......................
O... iL*agle.......... Lot, 35 ft e & W by 52% ft N & 8
in Nw cor of N % of N % of the
1% acre In No cor of 4 acres con-
veyed to Mary Story In 8 % of.. 32 9 20
Jo'u- w. Duke....... Lot 34 In Flynn's sub-division of E
% of B 5, Brown's Addition Gaines-
ville ............................ 5 10 20
A. M. 4del.......... Lot McCarroll's plat, Gainesville.. 5 10 20
George llls.......... Lot 17, B 28 & lot 18, blk 21,
Bu9ler Bills........... Brush's Addition to Galnesville, as
sto :Ul: a.......... plat on record Book A, Page
Liwl B ........... 71 .............................. 6 10 20
Pauline Mollvalne..... Lot 17, B 28 & lot 18, B 1, Brush's
Maggie MoClellan..... AdlUtion Gainesville, year 1905.... 5 10 20
Lot 17., B .28 & lot 18, B 28,
,rujh's Addition Gainesville, year ,
1904 ...; ....................... 6 10 20
Lot l7. B 28 & lot 18. 21, Brush's
Addition Gainesville year 1903.. 5 10 20
Finley, Mrs. 8. Y...... Lot in Nw %. B 8, R 5, 44 ft E
&W by 100 ft N & 8. Dolg & Rob-
rtmso's Addition to Galneaville... 4 10 20
Willis Floyd.......... Corn 55 ft Eo f Ne cor of crossing
of N 7th street & West Columbla
street, run E 50 ft, N 100ft. W 50
ft. 8 100 ft to beg, in B 8, Brown's
Addition to Gainesville...........
W. H. Gordon......... 8 % lot 15. B 4, R 1, Rdper's Ad.
edition to Gainesville............. 4 1t 20
Ada M. OrIffEt........ Corn at Nw cor of lot 12 in 8 'A
of ............................... 32
Run. E 600 ft, 8 140 ft. W 600 ft,
N 140 ft In 8 %.................. 32 9 20
Gate City Coffln Co... o at Nw cor lot 2, B 12, Miller's
Survey of 8 %..................... 32 9 20
R a B 600 ft, 8 140 ft, W 600 ft,
N 140 ft. to beg; being part of lot
2. B 12 of said Miller Survey.... 832 t0
Maah K. Hall........ Con at 8w cor of N % B 3, Brown's
Addition to Galnesville, run E 150
ft. N S ft. W 150 ft, 8 226 ft.
to beginning ......................
I. Kettlewell.......... Lots 4, 5. 14, 36 Vitch's Addition to
Gaineaville ...................... 9 10 20
F. F. Morgan......... Lot 19 Hill & Lauiter's Addition to
Galtneavllle ..................... 4 10 20
F E. Marh.......... Lot 68 and 69. Fallleld, Elliott & V %
L'~glea Addition to Gainev;. I: 3J 9 20
W. 8. Munroe........ VW 9 Blk 3. R 1 & lot 2, Bik 4, i.
High Poin turt 1, Ooes's Addition to Galneeviilc.. 9 10 20
Hih Potat Puralture s


Company .......... 1 of E lot 2, B 3 Brown's Ad-
ditito to Oainevillle ............ 5
Wade Howard......... Lot 1, Blk 25, Brush's Addltlon to
alka"eville ..................... 8
R. H. Harpe......... M of W % B 7 In 8%......... M
T. R. Hunt............ Ldt 41. HUll's Addition to Gainee-
TW ft z % of B % of Be %. Iee
lot of J. I. Umdea 80 ft by 125 ft 3
Faraby Hawklans...... Lot L B I, R S Uoe's Addition to
atmP te leo ,....................... 9
FlorMda MCraY.......&4 ,t ilk GIThMommas sub-divialoa
et W B 5, Brown's Addition to
aemvft v ...................... 5
Sam MDomeld.....W.I.t t e me 8w cor.......... 3
IM t. N & 8 by OO ft E & W.... 83
J. A. McDonald...... LgI 1 to 9, hlehstive except lots
S8 s.td to Marsh. lliatt & L'E-.
'gW A4ah 1dte to G lnestil le...... 88
mhard Aoe8........... ................ 4


JtUl RolbMSa....... ca tow aof lot conveyed l
tad 0 Wyn to Ida Avea. rs
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to beg *... ............. .. ... ...
James Rpamy.......... Own. at Soer of crossing of N
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Henry Williams....... t I .hi o
Ganea-vill **..i*.to,,. .... 9
Sarah Anderson........ Sw 2,. es B.
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OGaIesvillo ... 4...... ..... 4
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Jacksonville and New York,
Calling at CHARLESTON. 8. 0., both ways.
Je FInet mamahi In tie Coastwise service
Clyde ew England and Southern Lines
k Freight Serviee Besween JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
PROVIDENCE, and All Bastern Points.
Calling at Charleston both ways.
8 IWd-.WHjXED.ET..iY T .ALI llrTS I
Boothbound..............................From lawis' Wharf, Bastol
Northbound............. .... From Foot of COatheine ms..Jacksunvli

Clvpe St. Johns River Line
B1 tw0n JACK.UONVILLS And SA;NFORD
Stopping at Palatkat Astor, ieresford (DeLand).and Intermedibte Landiup
on St. Johns River.
teamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"
Is appointed to ball as foUowbs Leave JucksovTiJle, l)*uL(b)tfr,lutdb'ci4
Thursdays,8:80 p. m Reiurning, leave Sanford,'Mond3se,
-Wednesday* and Fridsay, 9:80 a. m.
osbMouad. SCHEDULE I orntwu-e
Ble dow. Resd up
L eave 8:S0JiT .................... .Jacksonville............ .. Arrive 2:00s &
:48pm .. ......... ...... Palak ........s..........Leave 8:.pUm
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S.. ...... Bereford (DeLand).............. l isp
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Jacksooville, Fla. Pier 86 N. R., New York.
0. H. TATLOn, P. T. M., C. C. BSowy, G. P. ,
290 Broadway, New York. '
L. D. JosXz T. F. A., L. S. Sc. aL. C. A..,
* Jacksoouille. Fla. Leesburk. Fla.
W. G. CoorupaJa., F. A., ILtTD Muixn, 0. F. A..
Jacksonville, Fla. Pier 80 N. R., New York.,
C. P. LovtLL, Agent. Jaeksonville, Fla.


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,t on, Ky.*.'
three year U
verdikt Of 1W
ed here Thur 57.* t
Jge James atlW.
who were JolUty W
harder. and aOoth? o r
S'aEous Breathitt oasmt -.
Vs was concluded.
1. j904,kTb omr o -
K .B~, t ii the t urt' .r
,r .':ir at Lex .
KI-,taken for medical ttafldlO.
puri t.e traril several witnesee
ar n.' ..i,*e Hargli,,h s bnth.
al' ^ L'1; i I CaUslla Wn hl elm
ntu a m'mr 'Mr cospiaMV.ptim-
DB" i-nl'iY U rto any one wlO would
oW coclk:iil. Dr. B. D. Cox and
D. B. MaroCni. all three o( whom
have since died by shooting.
The defense, however pre"gted
te testimony tending to disprot6 the
*. piracy charge and-Judge Itarl h.
Ustr:fy)Ing on his own liehalf, dnlied
Sconnection with th shaootl0 .
Curt Jett, who confessed to killing
NarcUm, for which he wasu g e a.
Ire sentence, was A wiltnea 'apiunst
Judge Hargis. ,*
The next trial In this gerled will be
called at Sandy Hook, Illo coun-
y, on Monday, May 27, when the
-ame defendants will be tried for tht
Murder of B. D. Cox, a change of
ioue having been taken .fha the
countyy of Breathitt.
When the verdict in the Rarg&s
trial was announced Thursday "a great
tiher arose from the frlendis of Judge
rgls, who crowded the court room ,
and it was neceemsty fbr Orelt
Cort Judge Parker to r4a'repeatedly
Jbr order.
It Is believed now that 1'm
of Alexander apd hbert No and
Id Callaban, also charged with
complicity In plots to kill Cookrill,
v!Il be filed away in court het*. The
evi!dnce is pracUtcaly tie aame
sagi.-t the other three men as well
as 9.1l Britton, who is awaiting a
tb:r! trial for this killing. Britton
pge lond Thursday morning for hih
Appearance at the next term of oourt
In t-e sum of $7,500. His bond was
11gcrd by Judge James AleMxnder

Young Rome Man Missing.
,Rome, Ga'., May 24.-Dave Latth-
L-., a young men reading In the
fourth "ward, this city,.has been miss-
Infg Once Sunday, and up to this
date hap not been heard from by his
ftnit'y or friends. He left home
arly Sunday morning, stating that
t ri.s going to Sunday school, but
do far has failed to return. The
Vlfr and other relatives of La.tham
are much grieved over the sudden
i!a,-ara>nce. and none of them can
5d'2.m any Idea as to where he could
llvt rone.
Murder Charge Is Medo.
N'-ile&, Tenn., May 34.-At
t'( v:;i, the grand jury returned
', hill against W. S. Bryant and
'.- Sadie Vestal, charging them
Sv wh the murder of Chalmeres
v .',. at Baxter, last February.:
6, -)d high ln lsocety to thecoun-
S',,"-,e Ves.al was killed. Bryant
m aPin.llately placed under arresst,
r larn.,i in Jail without ball. An
sff t .i being made to bring the case
tc i:ia x t-it week.


Will Issue Call soon.
:n' a. May 24.--Hon. J. A Ay-
.. prisl.nt of the Georga Crush-
' SF-C,'ion, will, from his hoie
on. Ga., In a few days,
,-* c(all for this association
I !c- in annual coonventloan at At-
'" .,c', Fla., on June 24 and

Two Safes Wee Novn p0"n.
.. Gwa. 'MayI o.-The
P'-f.,, -eA ,f here was blown oIen
'... '~:r eightt sad $100 taken. The
PA *r 'rown. Morris & Taylor was
,:.. b'At 'he effort *was sot esc-
S The robbers have escaped
S houndss are oB their trail.
Goes to Calif ia so Iey le.
'a.t.iileG. Ga., May t4.--Adrew
13 yearl old. lOti -las-
: wheel Weaee-y MUIg
St,)ok &aad l4aea4d Atlagta a
h way to Oasrala sad ee
M ake tOWe tab p e g ..

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rlibath t aweeta It. She knowvir
Cher bchu tb sour it wUIlW int th
iatmBade n It The stomach i
Sl the stomach and digestive
1t1iV ttraets are lrformed pro-
ik whi_ almost exactly like the
ehurm of. tr. Is t notapparent
eo that Ifthi astomach-churn is foul It
xDakea foul alk which is put into it?
The evil # a foul stomach is not alone
the ed aste lan the mouth and the foul
breath qUMud by It, but the corruption of
the pub.d reef blood apd thdissem.
Insutoanf leasee throughout the body.
r. FP 's Golden Medical Discovery
saka tio ur and foul stomach bweet.
4t does ilie stomach what the washing
and utifrh do for the churn-absolutely
#m0 epery tainting or corrupting ele-
a!. J'"t)4 way It cures blotches,
t> 4s, eptlos, ascrofulous swellings,
,oer. o peuM(ating ulcers and all
it*mors or e-e& arising from bad blood.
If you h b iJ tter, nasty, foul taste in
"0i mouth, coated tongue, foul breath,
SWee and easily tired, feel depressed
ad dspondent, have frequent headaches,
ttacks.,gnawing or d tress In ItoL-
ItIpaed or Irregul bowels, soar
l r-lngatl after -ig and poor
e sympt9om, ny consider-
fa kfin rof % IMtyou are
e M mallos. pe or lazy
ai Ususofua n Indl-
r dppWa aStendant


1will .ll, provflpto your satisfaction
if you will but mall a postal card request
to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y.,for a
res cop of his booklet of extracts from
eo standard meil authorities, giving
the names of all the Ingredients entering
Into his world-famed m(plelhes and show-
Ing what the most eminent modlcal men
of the e ax e aof lom.

Wants '$100.000 Damages.
Atlanta, Ga.. lay" 24.-S. P.
Johnson, formerly a switchman in
the employ of the Southern railway,
Wednesday flle'l suit for $100,000
damages against the Southern rail-
way company. The plaintiff charges
that he was run ovvr In the North
avenue yards on April 30, and that
as a result of his Injuries both hip
legs were amputated abovo the knee.

Young Man Shot from Ambush.
Mon'rmery, Ala., My 24.-Fox
Owen, a Tmrot4intnt young white man,
was hout from ambush near -Troy,
Ale., Wednesday W.ght. He was
standing in a store door when the as-
asesin fired from the dark. There
;s no clew to the murderer.

Jones is Sentenced.
Tus~aloosa, Ala., May 24.--,has.
Jones, who hai been on trial for the
past two days for tile killing of Drp-
uty Reddock. of Gentryville, has
been sentenced to life imprisonment.
The jury returned the verdict after
Ave hours' deliberation.
Fifty Cars Operated.
Birmingham, Ala., May 24.--Cnn-
tinued Improvement marked the strict
oar xituatlou Wednesday. Fifty cars
were In operation, none but non-
union men beinT employed. A for-
mal strike order has not been is-
suid. Not the slightest disorder
has been reported.
If You Dent
Succeed the flat time use Herbine
end you wilt get latant relief. The
greatest Uver regulkt. A positive
eoue fo Coatiae.to, mspipe a. Ma
laria, Chills ad all liver complilats.
Mr. C-. of Emory, Texan, wrtte:
"My wife has beeo using Habe for
hereIft and children for le years.
It is a sure cure for ooastip a.nd
malaria fever, which lis ubtatated
by what It has dome for my family."
Sold by W. M. Jonoo,.


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Beneficent epidemics are car-(,, but su'h a one has struck Oainesville,-
and people of every station and occupation have the fever.
It is most interesting and instructive to study the coumtantly changing
line of applicants for Pocket Banks a it flies through The Sun's business
office There is th3 mother, bringing her daughter with her and s:uring a
bank for the girl, another for herself, and inquiring anxiously whether she
may have another for the lboy who is at work. She receives it promptly. ,
Boys come-.-ome are steady, serious.faced chap.s who have begun to '
think o'w their own account, and who ask qaetions about the operation of t
the schlmie which show the results of rubbing up against th 4 wirld.
Then the High School girls and b )ys, gay and active, while the work.
man and business man "slip in" during the noon hour to get a bink for the b
boy or girl at home, after askLng oute or two leading question to make eure~
there i Ilno joke about the 25 oents.


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BANKERS .

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P A CARD PROM 'oIT1Zi7 f *
.IHe Believes That Nothing Should In.
S.". terfere With Commencement ermnon
aldtor Sun*The commencement
*s. ervices of the "Uiversity, to be held
f' at the Tabernacle on Sunday morning.,
O f* will be of far more than ordinary in-
terest to all the people of Gainesville.
This is the first commencement of
by e o f" the University In Its new home. A
eby th e use of distinguished minister from another
Baking Powder is con- tate and president of a sistercollege
B i-i will pay his first visit to our city.
eidera Royal i economical, because it
eig ogfe sermon. The churches will dispense
e more leave ing power and goes f re with the morning services. in honor
O" O of the occasion. Everybody, of every
age and religious denomination and
calling lu life, should attend this
.' service and crowd the Tabernacle
and help to make this a memorable
occasion.
Old papers for sale at this office. A. T. 0. FRATBRNITY. The undivided devotion of the peo-
WS OF CITY ANDnly purest Ingredients used in our pie of Gainesville to the East Florida
SbakiTg. Keystone Bakery. Gave a Banquet at Brown Houee to Seminary had large influence in
TY NSED Fresh tomatoes 40 cets a basket. Themselves and Friend Thurday. the decision of the question of the
UNR. I(. Bass, Oliver's old stand. The. A. T. 0. Fraternity of the Unl- location of the iew University. Its
. a Or R yof ta. I versity of Florida tendered a banquet growth and success must depend very
t t Perry G. Ranmsey of Wacahoota w at the Brown House Thursday even- much on the united love and coopera-
tt$ of N trading in the city yesterday.ing, at which a fine dinner was served tion of our entire population. The
ered by Oar Ap0rte. Fresh tomatoes and cantaloupes to- by Joseph Ettel. whole State will believe in it only
day. R. G. Bass, Oliver's old stand. The toastmaster upon this occa- so far as we show that we are a unit
SRSONAL AND SOCIAL. ITIEM Mules for sale or rent. Apply at sion was Frank Clark. Jr., and it nl In believing In it. The Institution is
-- I once to Geo. W. Scofleld, Gainesville. unnecessary to- state that he filled a part of our corporate existence.
hat Has Happened and Wht ~ioni I have frphe tomatoes and canta- the assignment with due credit to Let us show the/Board of Control,
to Happen Told In Short Pargiaphp loupes toda). R. G. Bass, Oliver's the fraternity. Dr. Sledd and his faculty and the
So That "He Who Runs May Read" old stand. About forty plates were served, and students that we are with them heart
S Th Sun W. T. Chesnut of Arredondo, after Mr. Ettel personally superintended the and soul, by filling the Tabernacle
It in The un. serving the week on the jury, return- menu, which was one of the best ever Sunday morning. A CITIZEN.
Horses lippd at Hunter ed to that place Thursday. jet in the Brown House.
wards. UNIVERSITY EXERCISE. "
House for sale or rent. Apy F. M. For Sale-A new 11-room house; a THE COMMENC -MENT EXERCIBO
2-Houeroom servants' house and one acre THE COMMENCIMENT EXERCiSa --
Cellon, City. lot. Apply to P. O. Box, 221. There will Be an Interesting Debat
adells' calling cards latest styles Gainesville Graded and High School At Tabernacle This Evening.
S allu n odfne. W. S. Moo'e of Hawthorn, proprie- Did Themselves Full Justice. The closing exercises of the Upl-
atsun ofce.tot of Moore's Hotel, was transcting
A few newspaper,flle for ale. Ap- business this city Thursday. The commencement exercises of versity of Florida, which will begin
plyf t Sn o 0or. business in thiscity Thursday. the Gainesville Graded and High today and last until next Thursday.
ly sto of bui and Chas. R. Sparkman of Waldo return- School were held in the auditorium will begin this evening at 8 o'clock.
Nwt ck of bues. ed 4o0 bl home Thursay, after serv- last night, and were most interesting, and will comprise a debate by the
BEer & wards. ing on the jury here for the past four The function was well attended, and Dixie Literary Society the qsess.
Six-room cottage for sale or rent. days. the program was one highly enjoyed tion for debate being the Annexation
Apply 507 N. Garden street Have your stationery printed at The by those present, being patrons and or Cuba to the United States. The
W. E. Veal of Clarke was transact- Sun office. First-class work promptly friends of the school. affirmative will be represented by D.
g business in this city yesterday. delivered at reasonable prices is our A full program will be' published S. Bryan and James Kirk, while the f
Attorney E. G. Baxter has returned motto. in The Sun tomorrow. negative will be ably supported
from a professional visit to Starke. Wanted-Manager for branch of- by T. J. Cason and M. L. Moremen.
Lot--Gold stick lln with mono- fice we wish to locate h4 in Gaines- Patrons who have not paid their The exercises will be held in the
grai, A. T. O." Return to Bun of- ville. Address, with reference, The telephone bills for the month of May Tabernacle, owing to the fact that
ice and get reward. Morris Wholesale House, Cincinnatil. will ave their service discontinued it will be impossible for nmanny to
Jesse I. Griffin, a prominent real- Ohio. on Monday, .the 27th, If not paid by reach the University buildings The
dent of the Jonesville section, was Change your extracts if you are us- then. The collector is out and If you faculty has firnlehed 'no data whmt-
trading in the city Thursday. ing the ordinary kind of Indifferent don't happen to see him you had bet- ever. with the excepUon of a pro-
Miss Georgia Martin is in the city, quality:. Try Blue Ribbon Vanilla next ter call at the office. ran which was kindly loaned by Prof.
a guest of her sister. Mrs. Chas. Birt. time and you will never go back to ('rowe, hence we a r unable to
Miss Martin is from Hawthorn. the ordinary kind. nature of the program outside of thi "
George Hawthorn of the town Solid carigd bananas will arrive information.
which bears his name was transact. Friday morning, and will be sold The exercises will be held this
11g tusless in this city Thursday. cheap at wholesale or retail. Locatefl evening, beginning at 8 o'clwk,. and
For Sale-Lot 50x200 feet, contain- at Weston:s old stand. east side the public is invited.
ing house. in good repair, six rooms. square. A. Chresostomidhes. i
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"na an.I outhouse, tree blOCKkS romn
square Address Box 235, Gainesville.
Mrs. ,, C. Ackley, Msa. Elizabeth
r!'h. and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sand-
bret left yesterday for their respect-
i*4 lhomnes in Michigan, after spending
tht season here. They expect to re-
turn earlv in the fall.
i G. Hass has opened up a first.
fh,'s ro ,.ry in the store formerly
O'ciji by A. B. Oliver, and asks
s lar- of the patronage of the peo.
rP'l ELrything first clan and up-to-
dat'. If U want good service, tele-
'h,,ne him.
Patrons who have not paid their
telephone bills for the month of May
will have their eervioe doeeontinued
*S Monday. the 27th, If not pd by
then. The collector Is out and if you
d1n't happen to see him yo had bet-
te' call at the office.
J W P','narvti has rNarned to
L. a. oprator l the voice
Sh **'-tln Uniou Telegraph Com-
lOy a,..-r an abeesce of about a
o',h 'Tn Oxford and other points
o !,(, / Mra. PeedarVia rernimed
r Ot., :A4 will spread the Dext few
ith friends.


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irn wnr a v.nV ..v. .. ...... Attention, Public.
telephone bills for the month of May
will have their service discontinued Thene will be a joint meeting'
on Monday, the 27th, if not paid by Kthe Ganesvill Board of Trade and
then. The collector is out and if you JIthe citizens of Gainesville at the coun-
don't happen to see hI you had bet- l cofhamber at 10 o'clockre on Mave0,
ter call at the office. who w ril confer wi n th re reelltatves
Rev. E. A. Sample left yesterday t rehrd to hx at ein of the proposed
for Tyler. where he will 1fl his regu- In o etatrto.A full attendance of
lar semi-monthly appointment as a everyone Interested Is requeatd and
Presbyterlhin minister. Mr. SamlIe, Do a Gn elfral Ba k VHMT n
who has been here for the past few UD a General.Bak eerne in1r F.dAPONqeed .
months, expects to leavt In a few' Epwerth League Soclal.
but Will return In the fall. He Is well g .Buiness. The F r nior t wodth leae Of the.
pleased with this section. and declars First Mehodist Caufh ebd an en-
he proposes to bring his "'amples" oyabl law te at the os of
here after a while. He has only nine Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Padget thursloy
children, evening, which was highly eajoyed.
children. and at which delcloiua refresihmnt
Mrs. J. M. Halle, president of Kirby adt w h r e h r e re n
Smith Chapter 1:. I). C.. urges the at- We Itcit were servi 4. There were a n bave
tendanre of as many members of thue the 0counts Of . p. d being hlnlly prleaed
chapter as can be present at the meon- ,
orWal sermon of Rev. Franies H. Patrons who have not pali.their
Craghill of. Holy Trinity Episcopal MerchantS telephone bills for the n .tt'ef May
curc Sunday morning, the aeron .--, will have their service disefntinued
being delivered under the ausples of on Monday, the 27th. if not pa&i by
Low Wallace Post. G. A. ftR. on the F ren Mond t** he th* I f W f you
annual Memorial Day. There a il be Farmers don't happen to le be eim y bet.
no order, but the ladies of the chapter tW all atthe Offle
are requested to assemble at the rnnr 0tann nl _t
church at the uual meeting hour.: Lorporatlons and I-----
10:20 a. mn.. oceupyll whatt, 'r at ts
may be asalgned to their by the usher ., TU
TB. Sun acknowdges a moit individuals. T e IMI
& bi l, ,ca, y a ,from r. UNDERTAKING CO.
old fried and subearltor, who is
visiting here for a" fw days. and who i "M tt06t hW ULL UNI 6
called to renew br subscription. 6 NEW 00D ...
Mrs. Powers ays White Sprilngs Is l a &simp Assevall
oae or tb -an" HPces ithe! 1 i
ld. db ba mjoyed fine belth ad mftrfalle a o epeu fO v
there. Her I tlr ctoo bie i I lrnlf1ie I le sf cUon0. T IOl
are delightedI* great baragain, and Ir- a w |Mas F es.
Sl-l to kw t"at -do O family __________adI n"- m
are w6be hem atk Mrs. Flow- ___
aspects to Imt-fr White Springs
a.a.._r or..s-,see s RW.. jsea-<
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CHAIR HAMMOCK

If Not Satisfied
It CostI You Nethlig.
We hang all hammecks and bralsh
hoks.

Gainesville Furnihure
Company,
GilamFlli, Flordit




The Continental
C&FE*.RETAURANT.

(Next to Poatomef.)

NOTICE.
Beginning April lt we will put of
inr ,4uimmr rate nf $4 pefr wtekw*.l
meals-and 4 iradng ttoietse. 8tet
ly flrst.oeIs in -ivery respeot. Tw
large electric fans. InwuringR onifori.
(01, l IIlNKlM OF'4ALL KIMPS.
Coffee the twst. EEverrthina
nale. OUme eokerd lu rUt s er
for sporetm-n.
()PEN RKARLY and LA *K

000 BREAD ,

AIDS DIBESTIOK
AMd beepe one relieved of "tihat greo
oeWh be,,. suwo y breuit

IT's TOUR OWN FAULT


If you dowsotbe p u'wNd, vwhaolewi
oalw Sabis. fow iiin wade.f ressh e~lve
MWdelfteed as Youir door tiy
KEYSTONE BAKBRt,
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BICYCLES and

Electrical Supplies.,
A1eny for eadlin JBiel~o all
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#at Has Happened and Whati o@OhI
Nle Happen Told Int Short Paragraphs
So That "He Who Runs May Nead"
it n The Sun.
Horses clipped at Hunter & Md-

House for sale or rent Applr F. M.
Cello, City.
ladies' calling cards in latest styles
at Sun office.
A few newspaperfiles for sale. Ap-
ply at Sun office.
New stock of bugglesand wagons.
93er & Edwards.
Six-room cottage for sale or kent.
'Apply 507 P'. Garden street. '
W. E. Veal of Clarke was transact.
lag bulness in this city yesterday.
Attorney E. G. Baxter has returned
from a professional visit to 8tarke.
Lost-Gold stick 'n with mono-
gran, A. T. O." Return to Sun of-
?lee and get reward.
Jesse I. Griffin, a prominent resi-
dent of the Jonesville section, was
trading in the city Thursday.
Miss Georgia Martin is in the city,
a guest of her sister. Mrsp. Chas. Birt.
Miss Martin is from Hawthorn.
tieorge Hawthorn of the town
%Lich bears his name was transact-
i1g business in this city Thursday.
Fur Sakl-Lot 50x200 feet, contain-
ing house. in good repair, six rooms,
brn, and outhouse, three blocks from
a 11.r,>. Address Box 238, Gainesville.
!rs,. C. Ackley. Mrs. Elizabeth
Se.'h mid Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sand-
irt. l.ft yesterday for their reepect-
if. :orns,, in Michigan, after spending
th, mason htre. They expect to re-
trr, arlv in the fall.
G (. Haw s has opened up a first.
gra c.ry in the store formerly
0(ci-itd by A. I. Oliver, and uasks
a sIlarc of the patronage of the peo.
r H rything first class and Upoo-
dat, it fou want good service, tele-
pho, him. *
Patrons who have not paid their
tephone bills for the month of May
wil have their serve die ontinued
On Monday, the 27th, If net paid by
then. The collector is ou" and if you
kn't happen to see Mm you had bit-
ter cat: at the office.
w i',idarvia has returned to
m .. a. operator In the otlce
c th,. '--U.ni Union Telegraph CoW-
, *1:,', at absence of about a
')n xford and 'other points
i h, O / .ira. Pendarvn reasabed
n "h ,'I will spend the next few
,k lt a friends.


Quzick as a 'wtak
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THE DAINTY 0~R
-rb I&' Ws
= bt be nf
WYft


4., 4~.' -


1 have tfrs tomatoes and canta-
loupes today. R. G. Bass, Oliver's
old stand.
W. T. Chesnut of Arredondo, after
serving the week on the jury, return-
ed to that place Thursday.
For Sale-A new 11-room house; a
2-room servants' house and one acre
lot. Apply to P. 0. Box, 221.
W. 8. Moomie of Hawthorn, proprie-
tor of Moore's Hotel, was transacting
business in this city Thursday.
Chas. R. Sparkman of Waldo return.
ed -to his home Thursday, after serv-
ing on the jury here for the past four
days.
Have your stationery printed at The
Sun office. Frst-class work promptly
delivered at reasonable prices is our
motto.*
Wanted-Manager for branch of-
fice we wish to locate h4 in Gaines-
ville. Address, with reference, The
Morris Wholesale House, Cincinnati,
Ohio.
Change your extracts If you are us-
ing the ordinary kind of indifferent
qhalit Try Blue Ribbon Vanilla next
time and you will never go back to
the ordinary kind.
Solid carlad bananas will arrive
Friday morning, and will be sold
cheap at wholesale or retail. Locatl
at Weston's old stand. east side
square. A. Chresostomidhes.
Patrons who have not paid their
telephone bills for the month 6f May
will have their service discontinued
on Monday, the 27th, If not paid by
then. The collector is out and if you
don't happen to see hit you had bet-
ter call at the office.
Rev. E. A. Sample left yesterday
for Tyler, where he will Al his regu-
lar semi-monthly appointment as a
Presbyterian minister. Mr. Samwie,
who has been here for the pait few
months, expects to leavk in a few
days for his home in North Carolina,
but will return in the fall. He is well
pleased with this section. and declars
be proposes to bring his "Samples"
here after a while. He has only nine
children. /
Mrs. J.. M. Halle, president of Kirby
Smith Chapter. D. C..' urges the ats
tendanre of as many members of the
chapter as can be present at the mem-
ortal sermon of Rev, Prancis H.
Craighill ofk Holy Trinity Episcopal
ci ch4 Sunday morning, the sermon
belong delivered under the auspices of
Lew WallaM Poet G. A. R., on the!
annual Memorial Day. There %ill be.
no order, but the ladies of the chapter
are requested to assemble at the
church at the usal. meeting hour,
10:30 a. m.. oemupylt whatever seats
may be assigned to th by the usher.
be Sun acknowaleies a most
agreeable call rmerday from Mrs.
M. K. Flowers of 7hits springs. an
old friend and subeeriter, who is
visiting here for at few days. aad who
called to rsmew er sbscription.
Mrs. PlowBrssays Whilte Springs Is
Me of t 'Am" plat" In thbe
world,' as s ha e yed wa health
there. Her friseds tn Isis section
are delighted to gret her agala, and
glad to kw tt shke adl -family
are smoyiq e beaeti. Mrs. Flew
inp esects to Metrs b Whte Sptags
*s ds or twe~ wma t ll be ac
nnIes, bx T. L SedwV j


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ideryal is ecc comical, be
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COUNTY CNiWSED

ttrs of Gonerwa Int t alt .
end by Our 3 pqrt '"


Old papers for sale at this office.
Only purest ingredients used in our
bakia. Keystone Bakery.
Fresh tomatoes 40 cents a basket.
R. P. Bass, Oliver's old stand.
Perry G. Ramsey of Wacahoota was
trading in the city yesterday.
Freah tomatoes and cantaloupes to-
day. R. Q. Bass, Oliver's old stand.


A CARD PROM Q aori164*.
He Selleves That Nothing Should In-
terfere With Commincement Sermon
S "" editor Sun\The commencement
services of the university, to be held
at the Tabernacle on Sunday morning.
will be of far more than ordinary In.
t ~terest to all the people of Galnesville.
This is the first conmmencement of
f the Universlty In its new home. A
O O distinguished minister from another
Wder is con- State and president of a sister college
S is ol I will pay his first visit to our city.
CtuSe it pOS* and preach the baccalaureate
auseermon. The churches will disalnse
foes furt er. with the morning services. in honor
of the occasion. Everybody, of every
age and religious denomination and
calling in life. should attend this
service and crowd the Tabernacle
_and help to make this a memorable
- --- .' occasion.
A. T. 0. rATERNITY. The undivided devotion of the peo-
ple of Gainesville to the East Florida
Gave a Banquet at prown HouaS to Seminary had large influence in
Themselves an Priends Thursday.. the decision of the question of the
The. A. T..O. Fraternity of the Uno- location of the new University. Its
versity of Florida tendered a banquet growth and success must depend very
at the Brown House Thursday even- much on the united love and coopera-
Ing, at which a fine dinner was served tion of our entire population. The
by Joseph Ettel. whole State will believe in it only
The toastmaster upon this ocaes- o far as we show that we are a unit
alon was Frank Clark, Jr., and it is in believing in it. The Institution is
unnecessary to- state that he filled a prt of our corporate existence.
the assignment with due credit to Let us show the Board of Control,
the fraternity. Dr. 8ledd and his faculty and the
About forty plates were served, and students that we are with them heart
Mr. Ettel personally superintended the and soul, by filling the Tabernacle
menu, which was one of the best ever Sunday morning. A CITIZIN.
jet in the Brown House.
UNIVERSITY EXERCISES.
THE COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES ,
There will Be an Interesting Debatq
Gainestille Graded and High School At Tabernacle This Evening.
Did Themselvee Full Justioe. The closing exercises of the Upl-
The commencement eaerclses of versity of Florida, which will begin
the Gainesville Graded and High today and last until next Thursday,
School were held in the auditorium will begin this evening at 8 o'clock,
last night, and were most interesting, and will comprise a debate by the
The function was well attended, and Dixie Literary Society the ques.-
the program was one highly enjoyed tion for debate being the Annexation
by those present, being patrons and of Cuba to the United States. The
friends of the school. affirmative will be represented by D.
A full program will be' published 8. Bryan and James Kirk, while the
In The Sun tomorrow. negative will be ably supported
by T. J. Cason and M. L. Morenten.
Patrons who have not paid their The exercises will be held in the
telephone bills for the month of May Tabernacle, owing to the fact that
will e ave their eervloe discontinued it will be Impossible for many to
on Monday, the 27th, if not paid by reach the University buildings. The
th6n. The collector Is out and If you faculty has furnished .no data what-
don't happen to see him you had bet- ever, with the exception of a pro-
ter aill at the offloo. gram which was kindly loaned by Prof.
l Crowe, hence wt, are unable to
fujiaiih further information a* to the
nature of the program outside of this
information.
h f The exercises will be held this
evening, begluniing at 8 o'clock, and
I R the public is invited.


A JLMIAVW LA Vl--
Attention, Public.
There will he a Joint meeting, of
the Galnestvlll Hoard of Trade and
the citizens of alinesville at the coun-
cil chamber at 10 o'clock. on May 30.
who will confer with reprosentatves
2___ of the railroads entering the city
In regard to location of the proposed
unlon staton. A full attendance of
everyone interested Is reques d and
Do a Uenei Ban a lired. V. HAMPTON, Sec.
Epwerth League eelal.
Ing Busie The Senior Epworth league of the
Sirst Methodist Church bdd an en-
SJoyabi lawn fete at the home of
Mr. and Mrm. J. H. Padgett thursday
evening, which was highly enjoyed,
and at which delicious refreshment
We oWalt were served There were a number
t Onts of present, and all epressed tbmselves
the oens o01... al bing highly pleased.

Patrons who have At paid..their
er nttelephone bills for the meoth'ef May
will have their service disentinued
on Monday, the 27th, f net paid by
Farmers then. The coleter is ol and if you
_._.. don't happen to see hm ye had bet.
ter call at the office.
Corporations and f -



..UNDERTAKING CO.
soeU d pis will rem.lya ITr -'
sae ertrlee trealmest -s lrgPULL UNr
1NBW OOOW O ...
fedi paid I a se 1mis
and a O st lftof fspe i. L1 yon
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CHAIR HAMMOCK

If Not Satisfied
It Coets YToe etkig.
We haag all hammocks aid tralhb
heak.,
O. J

Gainesville Furnilure
Company,
Bltendlle Fleord




The Continental
(' FE.REMTAURANT.

(Next to Postoffice.)

NOTICE.
Beginning April lIt we will put
nor 4uunaemr rate nf $4 per Weekw-. 1
meals-anld 4 trading tilomer 8tlbt
11 first.olac in *very respect. Two
larRl electric fans. Insurin log itfors.

COLl> I,liNKS OrALL KlM Oh
Coffee the l,.It. Ervr) thing
oie Uame eouked ti aore
for spurseaun.I
OPEN EARLY and LATiLA


GOOD BREAD

AIDS DIGESTION'
AmLndsb one reieved of "that iWred
Woaw" bl b *oavy. *o bre4loi

IT's YOUR OWN FAULT
If rou do sot kep tIod. *boleoWWe We j
er Waoe. fort Is i. iMad rear* ever -
etered al four duor by
KBYSTONE BAKER.
IPkh 861. K. T. IMHAFIL Prg J.


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BICYCLES and

Electrical Suppues.
ALes.fo er leodlg plcalebe.
de. promptly. KZle etrt W
ef all kinds '


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