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 26, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01125
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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d B 1t* H P~~' p r e T INNOIMCI att from the plMt W op
B1_3_ N f tt 4- Nfor lon, ayr"f0t11c46ow the
orpor- : amir of armnnau, tat. This wa
S.. 1041 App 11 to Him Not To Go explained by thle ulre of the 0a*-
r* TIae1nto 1 4t0r-wski aWith pf a t e, .to eoafl e Wthe ttM"d.
e 3 ; t ,he beach I e i.L > m -ions to then ewa" t oderveet 6 mt-
thert oon- e l or whch 4e 1 osoetf o W-
We aptios If ehet.w. *i amative aetUona i more Immediately
"M .any ettayt .h T.en May M hopeful. It Iskwn, however, t
A .A.raotu Tons.iy C- ro 1. B eb tlet.t
I60 0s1 biird rero* maa eSit
t : rderr, .L s the reaoe n favor of timita-
Bfd l a,- .o.. .ly ida mor theti plank sat it *ts rtegaded s
aRS wootbla-* rAs ,, d t :06 oa S k. ihely that sech ad tUcltiot w ald
e "d1 o ha- ve Aa t h ed man sppth l be oAered ftrom the foo sad that
,S, es s, S erif, f 'aylor, h~ippet thre would be a disausslon with a
S.e00lty, .ep view to. adding ft p -the platform it
WB W M mi4 il O?, S ,if.. JU I., omitted by the Boimmittee. The rep-
"----.- -. w" gul "-ewL ,l ts pI before your M p enrtaive of the 53 bue me a's
t s as-l "t w ie upo ips. -rganisatias attendance at the con
at S a, at.p re plidr-I
(st1 sad 0. 4. BaI4 M btly aplned b oference already eommearted a plomk
oMords lamooest.. and eatsi e*tr the retrietlon bf armaments, and
.. at ed that his wife had if t eposl1 f6t their reduction by con-
19--':"l4<< m.. e Johnieon of J^.et1 h h hw who b thltld-current Internatlonal action. It is
S Millbra, st by highwaymen wohad thimehoored policy of Lake Mo.
INCS ". tPrie va. of St StOped thea on the road nar a- flonk conferences, however, while
laoulj which wMcelns eIs f- dieh i free n& wnilted, not
1141 8i0B St .t l l 1 TWQMEN LOSE LIViA to put anything Into the toymal plit-
id Ms' toeL d dctiara- -...-.-. forms on which there is not substan-
ii which it I i Al Patal Head.On Collision N-r Mus. trial unanimity of opinion.
l 'n 1 4 ea *mittd* k .ges, Mich. I ----
Sil taUof ae" dreui Rapids, Mich., y 25.- BAPTift WOMEN AT NOMPOL.K.
t!^ ^/" Ile. i lIrthe. tiea4 In the Two Alea lest their lives .n a head- '
Hto a^to e 'tandard o ecoll0lom between the Grand Rap- Itil Fannie Heck, of Atlanta. Call.
BBKB ff&* 111d1f back not ids, Orad Haven and Muskegon IMr e Convention to Order
fortber tbha 110" whlo the. oldint ler-urbas line at Drury Farm, gToew Norfolk, Va., May 25.--Wght hua-
eW 0 a41y ws' oriaolnd. 1 .Ales Nast of Muskegon Friday. The dred women here with the delegate
Ti rt nll of the judges will de- dead: to the Baptist convention of North
mfit.,I wbtb@wr the oatplaot shall40. D. Betts, motorman,.-' Grand America mt -behind cleei doors In
*t^tt .a. nAled o hetbw it phall be Wapid Mich; Ja'mes dmoads, mo-. th audiorlma at the Jamnestbwn -
... d..huu 1 M aedd tBe~, ,Us rman, iAuskesgon, Mich. pa loao Thwrstay, the Melos betl
I* The lter-tirbas r -is -glel traok the irs t atf only oflhet y
lN.g M tIUMRNT. 1a04 ogM 4.nWder a t4ephone die. women toeI B.3tkNao with tbibatte.-
? ptatcing yAtem. A paisseanger ear aI aOdOee*ly. be body was called
604 t InMemery ef Minneuta **edlers wASe MaeMoa for Oraind tRaples, to rder by NU1 lanaleB Heck, of
Partilpated Ip S*te I01lNd at Drury Para with a weetp Atlanta, preiqt of the Woman's
N g1 it. YVioeburg. Min., May 4 -A boonad bngake ad express ear. BothI Missionry Unlie, of the South
....bani h ~eM i mOnument, erected at a: cars were wreeked and the two mno-, af bapti convention' who presided.
M e Wg Paesenpra eon a cost of $26,000 by the state of MIn- tormen, Inclosed In their narrow ves. The address of welcome was
Me-ttsl t ored. j in honao of Its soldiers who tibules, were tostantly killed. No made by Mrs. George A. Schmels,
Alt. e.-,-i f pA- ts the lege of Vicksburg one else was injured. of Heattos, Va.., on behalf of tihe
ip60ad'ial on the was deiatotd Ilrday afternoon In local Baptists, .and by Mrs. J. A.

i eutral, bound west, e Vkhabrwg Mlitary park. Gov. RIXEY *Q006 TO CANTON. Wheeler, of TendesMee, on behalf of
4 lAtldy night on tahe rn Johl A. Johnoon, of Minnesota the Baptist women of the eouth.
t H de and his staf; Governor James K. Condition of Mrs. MoKInley Report. Mits Heok delivered an address on
S aer were the Vanrdmaun, of Msisslppl as d state, ed improved rFay. I work of the Baptist women of the
a lea ce bheebafl enad mani altiBgsttti viattore par- Canton. 0., May 1.-4t was g-I coumfry, whble was followed by an
Sa. t p of pmec-. titpated to nit* eitei. bounced from the MKialay home on add1s oh Baptist work of the wo
wa. i o.a of a After the deo eUon ex.e Oea- rriday moring tat Mis. McKinley's men of the th sat wa t by sMis
Toerala thOe --tt Caw eas1 C. C. AimwI ap 4nr T. edition was proved wver that of Mary V. .rdo. oorresponding se-
e=U tB over wP Wlson, o te Mln*ea Trsa, to s a tent that rary of t W 's Baptist Home
-,d 4 the bad et ar n, r !10 amt alsol, waot to Im there to hope of her survival for v. Misalo Society.
Mf r. Se Xleptoaed to ota batUedleld 4 *elt a r OW d as easto a monument to be treated there by the Surgeon iral Reiny Wuas due to eConvnatione nsort aad mouth also
.aM at 0 Rllet peOple of Miasot. arrive la CaaUtms Prrday and enter, ad dMrs. *
t ctn oe*. ---- iInto a oosunattsoas with the lo al
"W' da aothe' wtbf aet' Cat. Petersburea Thy-L- phyte, engineer Was Killed W k.
n m m tO the 'bamt et. Petersbur. Nay. r. Porta, ays 0 sult is Bmlagha, A. la., M .
S p )chor ln r-ely to t- ---t o.1 At. a a relapse Nay eoe oR at R. ook. of Birmingha, englaaser
paiigerera oat qa. the council of the esire., expect m y time and her ostton iI las was killed d thereaeriously
M)d atl 1 b ar his coagratulatios on Ms i eep% bow such coadition that ea0n h"ily stad hurt, Ito a wreck to tra No. 8. leoa
S V" W pgt . death ad a realet of gt te. "wer attack. freight o the abet l rM mat

-- body as f l.ows: "I heartily ta nk't Ty I*. P ortersile. S a -
N aarthe ft"t0 of t mo St,"" m o .-4 ere w.re kona a tte 0
o fIts otta t. I 41a- .u* oa tm ,1 n tthe ,e! th e ,. -,-c,,h wao r aI t,1e
Meat rsPa. ami eIosae ( UorIa, hO P*f P- douMbled boek : er tOw tlemmeti e.
Oftern'oAe *Sia, atsta t tseUtm eTn day. Us of the* e e t wamoo ts teaar
eI An theo* t or my life, it Is soA tstrikers.tave" tbe h e e t .
SrevoltIs0 11 4o pro tIed Rush livh Oetr hsbass hapcldat0 *w e* a" embed himself,
oaver 000 s ha" l s pu prtg toutA out the "w e1en who ij iuougl t .red.
*tolty"of ha m ' toi tase the strlke 0506L. Trool p
016 l oe.aS ge LRar Ase,- ati, I-M- were caled out ma" .40 the mea P"eI~atin Pim i sa.
1b aa t _e eAne ,Ashile. N. C May R,.i.45 -, i iaeda am w a t. broke Ida s .m4osta, 0s. *....4 iuRy
a hastily, ,,, ito the tweat -alat e5I h ladows t the bps. Rla* date iet t e ea a
.o keet. mof e AUtsU r of top -. hsolce a a this "maty laser a ihort, sad r
esidenc.. amaea ts id w**a sa o TPN. s to beMewed. a spirltl epaeais. The
___ Oeweed Preldeney. mytar moortiag eg. ^o m Vil beh"ld os Meady,
|eg<. M Z.-*The Trag1 4*.P vSa*tle at the SoS Pythian Me4* gleS. Ut a petition sied by a wS
arM II has learned from ay jht. A off wteme 5 Salabr.d e, Ga., 15.-S<. than 1.00 voters. ku14 the e(.
| ptrMe that the at. 1.1 hi Ueteaast Ovuer I. Immes t came Wohe geatent oe Of Utal tel) of tue ordiinary is ,sh*
the presidency of ta' WlpWss sue )ee J. C. Pesoaf ** seasad *edoen evia. with d tals weax The pignaMHe..
hbiteo ISwied has bea ai. tht the States etsaggt ekiot ll paian driU aqi oSNtost eager- lets sue p. vs- too a3 a
R5r. Mtaa eatt r A. About *V^ 4delgats h-ave *ao Thursday evestag. the kanghts jtpromsm e |very fer
mliaeer of the Pnama ss e e ehr, s t is 1 i i f- W eaftalastle oll *e hospitaltj iseri t overshadowed bore by~
isnwithttd that 3* ue1^ 4 elMoemi to es WSde.tern this. ea declrer it ugtattg the liae ae bieag t I
slehowtng trst, ,. *a etf he -> agenftl ca, 1 d __________

.1 s.-.Abiste alma. Aa,. of ,s south, to sav'alhe C i -. W>er. May e-ek a
Wgw iteestoa, 1 Thomnasto5, is .area Pt VeAn k ary. s waga 4---seased uOt
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,: ;;.-;.Law.

OeiqIpN OOMMERCE COMMISSION
1.04 6 *of tarrliman and Associ.
ate, 't Alleed Violation of th
Shkman Anti-Trust Law Is Not at
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* There is a big surprise In o r, ir1
the-people who have been exr:... r.
the latrstate commerce co:ii-:oo
to reconaend to the atturn~y qgter-
l. the prosecution of E. n. l r.-r
man and hil iasociatep and tio ,:s-
solutios of their railroad conr.i' r':on
Alr violation of the Sherman anti.
trust law.
At a conference at the Whit,' tiue
Thursaydy 'Iae fact was broj.l! u'it
that In the opinion of lead:rg lt-,%-
bers of the eoMlMisaouon nu aw .i
been violated by Mr. lla'ri: ,a,
Grave evils have bewn ii;. ..-,.
which warrant the enactine,.t ,f :.,
to prevent theirr4currence, ,lr Fo
far as the eqammission's iiei'.
bas etabilehed Oeither tie f
nor state law ?as broken by t :i.:n-
Ceal operations oanected vita tbe ex-
pioltadUo of the Chicago and Alton
and so aIs ningMent of the iaw by
the raltfh of viteOnds of Union Pa-
Cefi to 10 per cent per annumn In
spite Of the peculiar circumstances
surrou Wns tha Step. The confer-
e. *ti W- to. House was between
the pro idat snd Ctairman Mar3t:
A. KapI,'of the Interstate conunere
coimaiatm,
' Mr. Kapp declined absolutely to
discuss hise eoversation with pres-
Ident Roosevelt, but from another au.
thoritatlve source, It was learned that
bhe wais called to the White House by
Mr. Roosevelt who desired to asce'-
tati the facts In connection with 'P
commiselon's report on the so-ca:!:.
'larrimas situation.
The co nliailon desires to conm;:e',
its report by the firat of Julb. I
will' Amely present the face's a:i
submit them to the attorney ger,,
for his coasideratien. But upon ':
the showing Of facts to this ttmP t.e
oonmittee does ot believe that pose-
Ution wig h begun, or. f it is be-
tu.' fTat *twill be upheld by the
IUafted State supreme cou"
Deane d ,arentine Law.
Nexteo 0 May 25.-A dispaCel
ftSr GuiW Mys that great el'
eltemo d vealled at that port on
Wie-dae W 1.200 Chinese, o.
beamtf ai steamer Moort King, '
tempted to lea% ta defance of th'
Miexma mta owers. Th*
9tl w p in Ja port a few da*
eage ea re 1 Ohinee an* u
Rluseleas tsh eo to work on the ra1
way Itlo1A A4ee6di1g '
eolattea _f port, the TM l
wa4 ldt urane After &
ttM he aM*"$ beoani t uralf5t
TOey ad eetook po,9t i01
Stb Olftilasnhebs and biA'
a-d 6 T t- e *sow se in
*** 1b t*aus-e. The eipti*
4fq Stm*at'adWaled to the uob
1W ".g s Amers, ad th
Nahthe 0 twGa 3a-asd re*tM11.
e i etb us a Pe'put a "C' "
ioft wbtie the *,e
eM vas oeMASteo Pacific O(s
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iMAN MAY


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4ob1mpat uve Oawl t .. Idagf h
'0' let4 e h:v the '01010K.
ageut~. cisttyrp- i'dw to..4"9 t ~toItheudtip ahe oo'I
AX4u lps wafts uyovusoftb "ousaeno-ug
Ifs, wst' anlps." etrcin faraets n



.;0 4"y. 8 ep- 16his1wfe Iaa-if'O s Mo ~'thir reduction by eon-
lB St. 1 9"115, 1W~MV4NtaLObSE '3S o ifayti inotib(orl l
~P ~01I 5 11., winh Itent t-Internationalm oacwi on.be I u t ,subst-
won dho- b Caymen lofi UMealuilmtofpao.
IL tn of t"OmAeei plicyof ch. No
stoped lo'stantheirolids hardt -
6. tadrdo ofPt erente Grand R.. ap u Pnk.n'etienck. oweveratahCle.
to ft Lous, Grand 0I~a Nd L uSE Lgga mr tooutadonyethiongito Orhe 11lplt
dow es c n ge"- ~ a I at IruI forrms 'tw nw hclh, Vsswbsan
lhihi I 16&1ePOW tN an, ollsieon Frida.the re Vme heeti 08 lt6 th the elepta
~*bude *~b t` 4w Q5Uto m 51 .D. 'Dtta Ra i. twrmaU. GrandAmeitte**MEtN AT Nd ilMW Oor!
fr~SUSS' ~0d ~*04whether In t b Twobb Ja n lost tiheir' lam es .1a 6os ds.zo h n-ola tteJms~n
a.*o. ~~ese ~*rtctu.Ids ruda. Ravsen and Musego l. e C
-~~~ er m Ph, t Drury. Farm.s lowl SIY ~ d ws a~

I V.u Aj boud bk ilt.of, preskeonVear. 3he'dMhd *owbn7hem* othtU e South
tbuxme onumen. ere de- ad as-eewehw adte"tw to the Baptist conteatiou' who pfresied

Aaueg asngrs.14 104. tof..MW0 hithe sit at. beMi..jtltm, inch;ued theirMarOw MO- the4 addrlessatftwelcomses was
toleqsf~osbrsoe ls aslnhe ~ont '&itoa'40.. onbelfoft. ".

~t*1L btu4 wst f@ J Ukb"g ilta "y sof SRiXEY Gfor (stu CaN ittO. wheier, of TWssndenaee, o bhaftk cf
om V rntlbJohn as.'JohSY 2 Aeprs a. Oft)f n12_____ 1hp Oft, 'meoftOe South.
~~uhb admay4UitU911(15Pa ants-eon, 0.*eWVyand .het was whftapist yeo follofwed bysidan

;aWl his tall; GverrOfIsasesk b r lft*HckIseivewedan ajIre o
~b. 555~v on *The Was 1amboatn ofd," si~ ad esomtlca atafe mpoe ria.shtl,\ wbyMen.oJ.tAe
tSim outke O WJh .l i to S~sie, 4nino A the Batept~ah ~ ~ d i st womenp of t hew o uko the.o-
&s fad his Mr ; ter** Jsms K. ondrionay fM~rs. lg ta S)iley Report Olin Hofok e mvrhan, w&tbyMiss o
we" ~the awvts! C-.,o W dsd ad tag, eodito wsIhpreIve pr that work V.f3the Baeptit ouen of t
b~setilP9" MW i vISOSsball (we par- Catany., to 3.-tea w'twsyas *I 06)Y bkk atlloed by am
Afe h t Of ie1s therei. weilla by miset
sawldtqhd9' :oraldi$1ways.amfor Mar V.otyilem orr lb ptlsa"

monmen tobe Ow bytbesurgeon- mea-tSist~er was due to eonventlone DM as#330south ans
~ ~.... wpe 6 Mlsuarr.ive I& 1castwy. e oente,.! *Aft a~dreests.
ottet satlsinte o asv~wfat wo theto
10- 1 eft wi M I' Cast Exprsess"TM ecamwit
~ h~st S. Ptersurg.phyiciaa. noineer Was Killed In Wrseak.
Ntchotas in reply so the U ~C.t.oet sa relapse'oy m* na A.tok.o Di0ragalo .enier
Z'the council Of. tke empifto -A6 aytmead e setttlsii1 asklldsd h lm sriul
P"imm bm f ~ is comaratulatloe aR subm ch condition h -bdl tadhut i rektote "a.S* ea
V"'i o"ItSplot, %as t 1~Sb. .~.. ,-
boyasa flows: 0'2 bgIiat" ;Noweig~?t~e Ntrull im~s, n W*
pocii of the V141".tee. Ny 2.4 90r.me. u TOW 9060ok Aftlft 0S9pet
~h'thvMOW Wof ls 4It.=e.* 00 ~5*f Itrb" 41 *1g#gin Ithe de.thte of*%@, YTbwP eain lw
Persia, W" S#eaIailoouaceto *~tI1t wi. 't. uroft. 1aof hees.timrya musi-0. l thej
of the- hab 'As for my life, it I@ t", VA'wh 91 I woo. saocrush m to et".Te
a "Volthubeds adIs I ttMpta fSi* itea d and savto hilt. "
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,lta-, J fie Bas Violated No


tapiJ ".MMWRC& COMMISSION
e4fSte of Harriman and Ausoci.
at" e t, Alleged Violation of the
Shegmian Antt-TrUst Law is Not at
All Pipbalie.
C geb siO1 MUty 25.-A dipatcO to
ti TrItune frm Washington, DC ,

tere is a big surprise in st're 'r
t poo eple who hav been ex:-'" .
the Interstate commerce comm.n.oa
to recomkued to the atturty gener-
at the prosecutIon of E. ii1. ,-
ao Ilano hlls Assoclate anud thi d's-
Plultion of their railroad coni'!ria':Rm
t vlaoltllo of the Shierina, anti.
trust law.
At a eofterence at the W\hlto Houue
Tillrsday the fact was broigh ,j ot
that In tb4 oplulon of le;id!,g r:o;.
bers of the coo0iniis~.o n, aw .1i4
been violated by Mr. lHai.:'",.
' Grave evills have bw'in '-, 'd
which warrant the enac'tt.in o :o,
to prevent their,,rfcurren(e, '.1r st
far as the commission's lInh! .
has established neither t!e e .:,
*nor state law was broken by Uh :it :'-
elal operation* connected itu itL x.-
plo0tation of the Chicago and Alton
and no Infringement of the ila bv
the ratVag of dvlends of 'Union Pa-
eft to 10 per cent per anntum la
spite A the peculiar circnm!&Iances
ItU.as.1,i. Uthis step. The confer-
e-Ketthqe Wdte House was betwe
th pr446ld6it and Chairman MIart':
A. KIta ,'o the interstate conuner"e
Mr. ASpp declined absolutely to
dsaeus lihs oooversation with pr("
Ident Roosevelt, but from another au.
thorltaUve source, It was learned that
be wie called to the White House by
Mr. Roosevelt who desired to a 'ce'.
laon the ftAts In connection with th
commiselon's report on the so-ca.'d
'Harrima situation.
T1*e compassion desires to comp;:el
its report by the frst (of Jui),. I
will merely present the faics ad
submit them to the attorney gen'r.
for his oostlderaton. Blut upin t. ,
tOW sho ingu of facts to this timn t:.e
oMmiattee doe anot believe that pro-,
eotios wt be begun, or, if it is be-
ta,' *Tat Ittwill be upheld by the
tftted States supreme cou':
Define QUarantine Law.
,MextiO OfI, May 25.-A di.pa'ch
frles OGyWae says that gr;a' el.
altemiat egralled at that port os
WbuAA y. wh 1,200 Chineve. 0
Ibpt tae temmer Moorn K!"t., *
1te1 ad let In deflaDce of ti
Me.ial gqaatlfne oacerl The
a ASt we J ine port a f ew*
ago-. -' |IS Oh.0 neue and A
Rine sm whe o to work om the
Way M Aaxerdings I
agle le Se p port, th* 'Er
w h10 1 aratine After
time, 'tee They lao se asl took po,,'1
-at -e g-gM-a la-nche and ha
55 4 'Wg3 u the sideo *n
* teL saa e. Ta he a .P1
of the stealgr signalled to tho h
tr t" g t Deweor. and '
tgbtb t ed e, 'le r '-l" ,l--.I r .4
!h y e a Ob. -
pstloqtetS s *iot while the ;
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7% bit*qolwdb tb confAerrIng W ofO
UmSI n ere.


-Iwo -o
ISO. s1etacton. They afterwjr6
t~~ttedthe sewerage system,
tideclared to be ole of thg
Udt i.'#16ct In construction thovii
Te qfttlemen left in the aft-roo
filr ther home, and It Is npd ,, t


i' ) byahium. $. V;. ^ i" ... v AN IMPORTANT COMMITTr '---
1%1b e M-wil e 4d * d Word for Chamberlain's Cougl
IS- Y Rev. W. F. To. \ Mr., Uitth, "Sparta4d to the Camq fiwt, radntown to Iv^dletigte Remedy.
th e oxo7oft6lim. W, Wter and idewallt Syt. Ppe everywhere take pleasure ia
.. 1r ik, The NaLaon's R epos- A com l;tt of Bradenthwn people tsatityilg to the good qualities a
reil "-cKnley. 7 'ompr' Meor Turner and Ward- Cat0bedalIn's Cough Remedy. Mrs
S o M dy. R. Albright "The American "am. wh were sent here to InTstl, jddwatrd Phillips, of Barclay, Md
.ptoular Iter- llepttbUlo"-Phbllips \ ,g% the city water works and tide- writes "I Wish to tell you that I ca
SI'e program of ex Mr. 8.i .' J enklns, lBtlogy oe Wuat- ak *ytem, have returned to their NreoUafad Chamberlain's Coult
t InHenry Lee. home, after a thorough examination. Au 7. My little girl, Catherlt
dW w be t o MeUw0s. Urn andW h thisr- e dy whenever she has had
A of adges. wearol, as eeett
t r tof tatr opmyn. WDltme of .udges* rtvd on the early morning tmra di a olA *e ce she was two month
SA*h Toeay's Prolram. went imnedIMly to work. complete 1 4. bout a month ago I contracted
.c1Sm .jitet., Wr. sThe eonldlht exercises wl be their pl maon by moon. They visited iaiWa'l col d myself, bandut I
SThe 'ad rillulbtai at the Tab-. old Tueday morning. beginsta At the water wsrks plant I copaY soon am well as ever." This remedy
M ,S 4 t10 $odo Tbmee will be the =, ex9red ien. tor 9 ew 1 by all druggists.


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Ad you probably would have been if conditions had not kept you away. But
pro want to agsure you we are offering during this sale some exceptional
values, and it will pay you to come here MONDAY and
. ' 7 Every Day Next Week.


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, W .W. '* W W
rith their purchases and went home to tell their friends about this Great Sale, and we a
big business next week. We ask you to come andlook through our immense stocks and
amazed at the values we offer. W llat yo to **eL dhe pleased.
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SThey wero m~,a,Ii4wQy by the arm~ful.
-No 0!d, ekiopswotj op ba bt fresh, Oeaan
"asjtisut in for V
Ik 1.50 Waista, b6""41 whr...
WO 410Walsts. beaautM *MAhr ... ....Wsf
4*S.OSmalusWaistsfo .......34
aWie~r values .qubfl aq~g.i
VIFUL TAlLOt9D KIMRT
AT ABOUT EA4 61351VALUE
&a 4.00 Fine Tailored Skirts ew .. ..~.. *
ISM Fine Taiored Skirts for.....go0 .."
JI&C00 Fhn Tailored Skivrms...
oP$4AO Plus Tailored Skiru w'.*..


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P5AS bie-Dtedsis Iwim wuth 19c ......*. 1.14c Il
im. WhiADtted Bobo *a Sk .......60. 5o
90 yardesgood EHa w ~To YAR bfr. .$1.
11 ybi Fine Uleacki Umftw'th Ile yd. fhrn$1.00
10 yds bky Cambris ub vth lloyd.fkr *100
Goodvuva sein Tow& at 4p, 7o 861.%.101-is

S lakR&Sheets warth)wO. . .. .. . 6.4. 46
WNli~ UakedSheitsvulb 15...o.o.* 9 ao oo a
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sow1"ho inkd Tv"kshat 98C. ib
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b oors and darkness Rd' b i toln.?
steloae the earth whythe vaa as

laten Senator me voet d In Com bills pane by the House
Ser and after that tON $4_MM2 l -
fttelope the earth whon -ame Tot* Vas
taken. Senator SSW- VOW In tbe A nd fnate bills passed by the House
galrmative- and mwet0. after an- ordered enrolled.
sooneement of vote ive oWeoe Ue
would Saturday e e t Report from special committee to
wotld Saturday mote frO ld-ttlOU.
vUisit insane asylum was received, 9r-
Railroad MIIsAk TM dered spread upon the oimrnal, and
The passage of the tuiad mileage 500 copies ordered printed.
tax bill was, of course, expected, and The Senate then adjourned until
Ua dimpoeatlon required but a few 4:30 a. m. Saturday.
snutes, Senators Buekmaa $nd Har- -
ris alone opposilnlg IL The lattt from HOUSE PROCEEDINGS.
the chair in exps tic of his vote Called to order at 9 a. m.. Mr.
amid In substance that he voted Kowle the chair. Roll cal, 7
against the bil because Henry M. present Prayer by chaplain. Cor-
tlagler was now buWllitg aIn Florida frect rnae
a railroad that would aa $7,000,000 recton of Journal.
Sthe 128 mle of to On motion of Mr. Parkinson of Vo-
ad from which ne isia the rules were waived and the
r nor h .or g d Senate merges were read.
en Senate.bUl No, 438, by Mr. Sams of
ever recovet thoh td the TwentyoIghth-For relief of. J.
ever receive a dollars o Of berne-
lt and as ddOtlrd in thisn W. Perkins, comn ty solicitor of Voltn.
oand this additi s t oa en thlisis county; passed under suspension
.W of rules, on mot4ia Mr. Parkinson.
Reven u ie- ovneMse Vets Mesagee.
The revenues belilv b eon- On motel of Mr. Melton of Dural
grossed is a big measue li more than
one respect, though the changes in the veto messages of the Governor
existing laws are not so great The were read. The Arit was the Fatrls
bill s prepared n a lo bill amending the charter of the city
Senator rill, the of the of Jacksonvlle. The reasons assigned
committee on Ar Me and tir a ton, for the veto ae thai the citizens
oand i also believed to ftft cover of Jacksonuville alrWdy have the right
def ts in Florida eli esmt lays e to amend their ow cater by pop*
Adecats In Fa aemi ent Isthelar election; the anlimled powers of



The Senate was aIJled to order at board be couid ad
110 a. M. President Ba3 ins thei hieatets
etIkIr and a quormt iPL o veto a' Mr. tolh aI14l d r .
Only one snew bill w d lg the terms of eourt U th Thrd
I tIe regular ordw, bi No. j lk was red, the rosm
444, by Mr. H A to th vo s requeted
beenltledanact beng
Flrd POAnNb)y the intodlle te i t d two
Trlrda Loan a"nd T e mM *or erators t Wed. After dosiadiOn
A.n ade from the m ls by Mr. I r. Bradlaw and
IOnats Humphr th e el PmI no W AJf F ke It" veo. is" am


SPov"de a penalty toM s N. trI t Mr cr tah sd
t, 1tqeors, wtd a Mr. Palke t ,sto as stored,
-be estate on th ag p. d the e to e
Plan Stew o. _~tlotl g Kfr oed,
al. being a bm to oe l gg gg em 41 t Mr. lagM

tPfrovide a penr M baM isgd UhW g vd I. esl l Be

tl g i .rs ---. e p,-.. Iota Mr. --i-- hf Jaeae sild


adz bee,... as- __-.SIMS W- I b, M o 54t6I a11 toh m at.


and UWUo W h Vm ma to m the gm, .


Ik nrer~j ie ful tsom smih ta-I the s
~"oo lumr4.eraaesawis
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.A~ e Soon"-


Uu- m as int o


l ate b I, L Afte AS-
re tl the neir

Bouse bi O$i '0"by Mr. Duant
S at .Jo abeh. take Up. This
il provide tj ext general
lection th J *uAin vote o tue
question ot the State capitol
to some pto. t the 8swamneeu
river, and of an aqnrmtlve
vote, the ue4t Mhat to difa"te
Sulme sl. t I uM tbhan e he
question as m annnl amemgd
biet for %suam.
House bil by Mr. Maslmo
of Monro.--4* to detltaf k2ua

iruloes.
Senate bil No 1'7,. by Mr. Harrl.
Validating a e4 O almg all lettets
Intent hltbstj 19I4 by the GoTrW.
nor and secam" y of the State, ereat-
ng coorat, to 'carry on two or
Sore separ. 41satinct bulnesse,
I was called 'Up I. Melton. Mr.
FParris moved to 6 plc on final pas
Iae, which .as agreedto. and the
bill passed.
House bll. No. 480, by Mr. Harvell
of Santa oam4 at certain of-
flcers, to mah tMO reports to State
'uditor; pas sed

The night aespa' was called to
order at 8 p. m. by Sp4aker Matthews.
Roll called./quormi preaat.
Consideration of the good feoad
bills, prepared by the Joint committee
on public roaes and hibwaMs, and
Representatfet MacWilliams, ark.
inson, Farris, amith and McK le,
respectively, wereall Indefinitely pdIt-
poned on motko. of Mr. Calkins of
Nassau. There was very little debate
to the merits of the bills themselves.
most of the discussion being on
amendments.
The vote on .the Smith bill was 32
to 15. and still more unfavorable on
the others.1 There is evidently no
prospect oft seourin any good roads
legislation at thip session, as the va.
rious bills covered the ground from
every standpoint.
The House adjourned at 10 o'clock
until 9 a. m. Saturday.


THE ST. AUGUSTINE MISSION.
Twelfth Annual Commencement ,x-
ercles Will be Held Monday.
Tae school of the St. Augustine
Episcopal Mission in this city is now
closing Its twelfth year of smeecaful
school work.
Ninetyone pupils were enrolled this
term witb a splendid daily average
attendance, and the good and effective
work accomplished by Rev. J. Speight,
and his assistant teacher, has
beeq most gratifying, and well sus-
tains the good reputation the school
has established in the community.
A yery Interesting program is pre-
pared for the closing exercises, which
will be rendered today and tomorrow.
Ipv. Jobhn B. Brown, rector of St.
James episcopal church, Ocala, will
preach the annual sermon to the
school it the chapel, today at 10;:
Te dsig exercises will be Id
Johnsalo hall, Monday, May 27th. at

All ae. cordially Invited to attend
the Msrases.
Oary bummer Sale at Hyde'..
"P*ft the unfavorable weather
daadlgA, the store of the 0. W.
Rd- tanmy was crowded all m ay
Uft.. the opening day of their
t I nsumer ale. The tery
Mel $' t'e store was crowd. I,
a a m they were deoisle i ate
t*5 it 0Sr circulars for the es,
Is ON i that what few dMI ds
t" promptly amd
W0M a & tIr as oN this same
m -OW diaeremt to e oft
go". Pan that know theesmsl0 t
d the Mis masarkt their prim am
rsi ~ law, but ye0 m a s 1
eswb e 0. W. WHyd cm9mp"y se
Is POMes to handle *t e oW p e
th avT 1 mBill amd t *I *m
na aeir own poses OaM when
t mg*o ood thing teir m"i mr
A as soa te aade t t
sates. m eat de- for
e ar eaierpbded


~~whM's left of 16
mJ F a d I


who are
some fall
manifesto
spirit a
or do maw


,urric
o woos, ksow


regh =10have


"^ Thesesymp
that there is
less heeded, a
FLORINCE WALS u t..tno sTe is
tOw symptomsis l t
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable C
made from h t roots S4M hera. No0 other medicine In the
Ndvea mkwa d a awfled endorsement. No
eA" ha sulM a eaord of eMMe of malee ils.
S U J. I, Waahh, of 8M W. Mth 8k, New York City, writest-
L. Flkha"mb Vtable Oompouad has been of inestimable
my h. I aued frost tfrmale Ilnes which
rsshM.Ola d a dull pals In my beek. but
deM aeut ap 1A my ecadition.
SeVegtabea Compound erea s mal t
rMo UPlaehq. ateb -d Dtsplaaass.mts, Xnaaain tlon and ulosw
ties sad mn-lo dhsessm It tI snvaluabe Ina prOpeuag for acld-hbr
saduriag aq at of LUe. Itenw Nervous Prestrat, sdaehe
Os^Pel Db~ltaId lari"Mte the whole iQass.m
Mw. Pnkhm*s Stawln Ing tatin t9 WomO
WOe *lertr from say form offeaalewesmeare nviteo





Florid4's Mineral Spripge


TUB VflEST XMINRAL PIPRINOS IS FLORIDAs
Nqvow overflows. De1lahimpossnot be m on iei
r)? l O KAMN SbSorbi%== ="b7~~ h55
IeWbO*e W &W utlap. lgaebeuabdle aW. Breooms with WOOSi
well Toeuift, dsd lbs it a.Te'~~wbaround thebobotme.
Tba scerey I.snmiarpsd milar kilda. Large both house mial oe eth
%*lborro *Mdpeltmsa.b r wabirsat sany p l'lmamesIOf VO
0 in wl aws;m :be&0a& tingsado*1g:dews amottllten. AW
Mius~dted furmiles von APoph, es Aboard Air LMw. lalroad, where a la
teM M" oWSpolouus. Woads* aweek; ~stwmtles to Partes. Q=
who fon*uishbeir ova swits, haee a balltwl .W.I suornel"per 41 fi O.
Oommmeluft deWith telegraph adto Wl~l
The.S.A. L.By. wilul si oUW-tdp tikes o AVOWa1eW U16good for hw hllugI%
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ifthes "yen y.raw mproislVi Cerembelee at tkeo 610,1-11
eJ, 0. LIY. of !Wm ri eday morning. H .r.~.
&AdsLX#8 0 Tobean's. school cioi"
forth e t" r m tlday, m o rnin g,6 Hi
endsthe O'tt7thlrd ccm"cuve year.
Woodme 'bteam Usa been a most B
~ tlat 061)aD evey way, the en
Zb W~O W4 tiohe asonicall her ouxtoP6 Vissa Te~sn lit
M'41840 j71 WSu0AWiy tha stqseveral medals and* Pu~&
m~d~tW. he a*S~afor p ~ ~ thisq year, Rev. Francis H. Craighi
~ I~P'~ Wth the~M O4eftoii ooki In the presence of ag~~~ J
Oa wbB mousE iod 4itviiofLatpatrons =d fries th e a f
bliga tu i *. '00,44"work was "=l pesenPI5tationtl #ks..
, 500*llie isg s e*f"* Omjs -takuo o.Tfetfollowing honors were award.
~qiwmiu a ~ ~ ~ ~t-Ij DorotheaSmltlofatAr-
floerlan, arrmBhMW a" redcdop *giM medaL
Vow Od.Howefl et. dals~the miatm.hi J410 lee )tisiella kdy of -PpVq..iqWbUak
leeis$of *woodauftOn'd wIF*are m4 OraelugA&ib 1 ."SSof hU
me of~~ them as mombemsfor they W:401 i -414Sf$t'l
.4 ~14 we esmaW. inu
Rua*s*e11olest worksm .J6d40k iold me4tL.0
miss OaSilrro e ay srb-~e I~~tof,~a~
nodwote mpliments for the manner to vll, m.
Swhfb ulm. perfo"Red her pMrt. Fftb-Nisin Lee Hudson It North --
cae ars 'Of Th WodsCirl. e Isthe only Cawoiuia 4medaiL- ,
,the nature an ate~eszl~r of the W. OW., W$Ilac ftrkbami, tS bfgfnce in
to s i amad no genteman can join unleu be studio and unotualft Mynstdmay wtf AS GiOVAU, PM
a we had o050o8 Isameber of the Woodwsaft ofthe control,'a handsome, prayerbook an w4 W.URu. W ,Vise
if chol a aWorld. Any lady can joins who is bym*Ai
euoty, now we recommeaded by a member. We have H6dace Mason, though such a lit-
Ps while all a s4abAMp oeat at~ nd tle boy, did two years 'work in oen.,T E IJ
mas rewl ope to doble n a~tebbf and sofured a plctureheot.'
~ 9~ ~the "W aut 'irmto Iin order t tooeeiv slonomr11
At 41at time became Dleb#I Can claR &. r. 3. this school, ~pun dell....
emaWde'tblbu~N ellsso bAI e wKi showep ww.. ad heborfuow quiread
yar, do 0*' I waitlagy.4", iat and the pupil must sl". at06 50 per U TE
~ Wood Istt issameft tinal sent in atqaoand 75 Per ot(pi
*Sitf q"si remlh n~~~ amlw so oIn 1the other mstudies. -
@*svereign to lie m. a = 4 m e V251cal ooinpoelttics were render- 004
fr sany mooa or organer NKrL. & A. Whit ehs94 by Miss..Ujoie XI boxmiand sad mS Pwdon k
is -It oft -dht tfrmed a circle in W WlI.a 04 Brow MlnWIU& Mdy. being s4"ftloea from

ISunday ther* will b. e' udysgling Sba.W tes
hm e' is n Williston. The wooft" cirele Do Ye" Le"s
00 Jffii nw&' a"Go So M 1
atte. 7h M'Wr X*f f m MOa" eal
VD.1e very member s


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An'ed th e ..
r but most of
tey miUSt ghtth o '.
Gentleman" Jack 0,
i6 met toe same Bh
Sll men who try tt
pins of being
helighters..
The shell road now g
iWn DeLand and DV k
big advertisement for VAolNsi
p. There is nothing likqe t
nressive board of oonty 0'
heers. Alachua is boldia"
adi also. "
Ipesker Cannon has been fq
I for Presidency by the 1epil.
I the Illinois Legislature and
pb has nominated btlhel
M Cox has nominated Taft.
W people to have nothing t
)t who they want? .
There were 3,014 breakal
ls on the prineal raf
rw York during the threi
ding March 31. Mot of the ,
is were in rails rolled 1hoe
Wich would point to the
I the chief culprit. Is the ~tI
Ned trust to be allowed 1j :
1 highest possible price o"
NI and at the same thiedhi-
re them more imperfOotlly i
1decersors used to? -
Iu abolghpd or reduced S
titlon would engue. the "rI
b wiuld be lowered and thW
Iter.
The department of Jtite ha
setd its intention of 1btit
e(dlings in a few day aplua
Pavr trust whose head Is 3L
Snew Senator from Dels3r.
rl0t of Corporations bi b i
work investigatl ng th
ti trui.t for,.moatl04
* d:Ecovered that not y
o powerful enough to a41U
ely ie competUtlO&tine
low has the Governamlt
a nere.v and in case of (1p
t any price that It ahes i s
led" ,eesary to the 4 l
Bise iWhatever Is the 8 a
P* utlon. XIt isammot #A
Sthe GoTernn wo l l attt
ftz ber of (ctohee of b U 0


e bl l lntrodhed by.gu
'* CKeqie appre
Stue of Plorwda's p 51
f &tt-mn. atepbn W f
tt tbe F14~tdaI.
R to the national statury
" t^ approval of all Hell
k1 ?rnptiauton wa be we
Itlr.i one of he fw ,
lsole of the worm IN
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of the
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.w~ Uthat It (matnr JL
S.-- wh.le B e a :,, ,.
t o the one st- tommy rot."' 0 wf to much the ,
al d e '^18 effet. P O aylor i .'0 PO
aE^" yh^ ,(. tt, iort oa.),,anawh4 would v.U y"," r
4W" a th-de the United Bt W.1E among th 0 .,
^ i ^ hetA"t aioV*4 nations with an6 e fs houlder. @ 1
Rotate your He said that he'lreoonised the valhi
Aw nd rOU of arbitration aa etod of setting la
International 0leSMtl, and would
S be lad to see It r wt to whenever
i nM o tion by practleable. Bat b. polated to the
SUtAlW pnts wblvmer way In which te g4~alled peace con.
09 5i 14Q l tit Iww4 s It- gres broke up N troww as ah ev*
Litatlo t nces- deace. that t, waM, was not rl ,
E'I- lot heap, t& Lt doiw for an era of t love with
11.K I h ~for emNatereiti tertl bi stick unadel I oat-talL He ai t
S, that in this day f perfect human.
V 2011up10 and ompost heap Ity a powerful AVy that knew how U
S farmer's -most highly- to shoot was ab. tfhe beet peaOe
66oA nt. With t M&* congress thls cosituy could keep. Hle
Pu at onoe eommea.to said It was cheap l national Insuranze .It
Mt 0011 ata to M &depend* to build bateoAW and he did not
'altl. Without them he want to see the I reduced by
WmU to r help only ingle tugboat. He a had somethitgi
-t. tf -1y Tores. The time is not to Vay about a6eqUlsMton of the
~ t4 t.ms we hwope to Mee that Philippines and tMemated that In fifty
P Blfiest of prosperity th u farm years from now therewould be about
i t so much to be desired. We as much change at wish for se$Ing
ati. to 4" every department of Them as there mwoud be today to gt
el In- the- commercial world rid of the territory l CMprised In the
Sbu*t not at the expense of the Loalslana Pufchae, All of which
Amp'. pLet the farmers work out nlay not be s*tklngly altruistic, but or-W
O* ldependence without fear or it sounds remarkably bualfesa-like.
lig, gradually abolishing the
to stem from the future con- Only one more week and the 1907
qtof their business. session of the Florda Legislature will
be blstory.
it has teen settled by the party in lk -- ,
i .i* that Oklahoma and Indian Toer-
f are nqt .to come Into the Usn-
rbe- l as a State till after the next
all be PreIdentiar qlectlon: If then. It sl
Ot* purely a latter of politics. Three or *
f tour Deoca ic Represmetatives and beeas uts suVtM.i w
two lamocratle Oenaor are., no0t ,a have ia tweny
S wanteLd at the capitol, and there are I myM' enap as
plen of good reasons why theyi will 1a . m11e. ago,. ile
not get there. Fault Is found with the
t e sttutlton that Oklahoma .has
it a adopted. It is alid to be too
radical an too hard on corpora-
Sa tons. This is a remarkable complaint
A ? from a "trust-busting" administration. M Et
o, say Then Jt is eclimed that the State has
been Gerrymandered so that It will
never be anything but Democratic.
1 of It takes a pretty fair sprinkling of s"r5h... TlOk
bs iA voters to Gerrymaader a Sltate In ( im ieU .UtTim S. 8- ,
W Ms hnt place, and it this has been doone, cl|ing 5t RI
reak which it. open to question, it is no *L IU W Jackso80n
1899, more than what was done In the case cent a
trust of Ohio. and other States, but that g l
f p. wau to the tatorsts of the other V ngly 10
tore party. Anyhow the fate of Oklahoma limit to
iteel ettle f or 3-ome time to come. ticket W
Otf e- The constitlt cannot be adopted
* t, without executive approval, and It Ont att
tifr has boon eted by the party leaders For Oe
01m. that th e shall not rite or
Mality What Florida should have in her oe a Pdy iBM
next Governor Is a man of edneatlo 1lO11Y.Cresr WW Ilbos fg
nfficlent to use the Msiag1U la La thmftr ueir yoehtaul visr bo
a an. correctly and address himMetf INtei. lll-Ifltn' qvely m
eating gotly to any and all p6bo N U ma stn :Eer '
it the of State. A man who has beeft used w s *f
ipMt, to thought, study and aeti mia ,Ing A "W ow
The ines of grat public moment. A HSSll le
Sof e mental power.- A ma Of p obeiB
experience. A man of absolute DBP-
M as character and prghtasae. ont e u ua s e w9 w
I t in his owa person but tIn his de. yrl.4 ig c re 4 e
Bg A man who would not debase bl eselt Ps. b.le AP le Mi
fM nor degrade the hih ofRice of Goveurn- t e l I Ialeseville, Florida, by
Sr, or a loweroflote of any sort, by W. M. J3cgsn, DrsgBt
usuM bribery, vote buylua whiskey treat. .' \ 1, VA
tt eog, Wor any other low3 own0, aim SEA V5
rrW pelhq.t of gaaing a political vIctory. 0 I N E THE
*e'u In fas. amma w- o wll stad th e w
opeer o any Governor of any itate in .., iM It I,
i hom we hall a on be a?
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pP^ A Iwa aUtedwtt :l^a OY f*Aceof four yeCTg
"Maor even a sight, scratch, ofte on. Stfrst but it,,,
MlO fa tjeagU or dischar w y gryr 10%W Md Wong i every B uw "
YB Ose. *o,. I sa4 LS. S4V a n d nmd ommened.
o id.i t a Inherited blood tait tm t s ai S iWl It..h oompetl.
.e ~l. 8 ,0twi oes and O) trs.., n t bn any sip of tl
s-.* tlve 801 md.*"t O. f<., L 0" to, f.Ie _: aictd ng, d* n. mad ra
St60 bn w.la a s bn he obo un healt hy ybood *. .. d. e. a
et. IdW AS*.W e ft WUl6 0 10. O4 41p TROS. OW EN.
I wr u es unouris Whd feis reached or passed and the vigor and strength
so" xof sare ca I I1t Vlag e begi w th cea and wae, e tisan" in som, e twek point break down and
.,o .tb -icd, a nId or i kept open by the coast ht drainage of impure matter-
na!, u fftieros Hlood, 1eo ,aggravating and stubpn old sord can be is best known by those,
6w" Y from A wh, id an$W 4Sftste1d on7pr.yeara, applying salves, washes, powders, etc., with nol
br 1 4e rmain mhe4 d epain anT cotIues to grow wore by eating deeper into the
Heman? so armMu bbing'-with P and gradually
thor= 1 on a 0hy o o .by, ts theaoy o f system.
great to expect to cure these places with eer applications. True
S r -t assists in the ,dean, and abre beeficiali t wIay, but do not
a wo reach he trouble which ist the blood. ther e of cutting out the diseased parts
.ms h oM t meat. oT nM d ae sreaping the bon beneath, is often rrt to, but these severe measures seldom!
lit.. A M do sma permanent good. The sore may be re.l
In-. t7 o m sand for a time heal over, but the same
a b ME h i gsas, b sn that p produced it the first time is still in the
Biw*M ImAs 0 e no because 7Te Bled aMSe Be OCut Away,
by.f Av e m fM at, "lss SWIN rT Wo n adw
it nal l The only treatment that can do any real:
Bt i s4t >r m sl good is a competent blood purifier-one that goes'
.. t fZ y to the bottom of the trouble and removes the,
*^b ^ s,'PuI. P(l'RELY VEGETABLE cause, an for this u se nothing has e\r ben
wuw, e'Sar$ Taew i h irr t d bed s Jew opint at found to equal 6.S. It goes down into the
t. l Taom frmpi 'th OmIliasn' oe of T 4* ad circTalation, drives out all poison. and morbid matter, reduce the inflammation, fred by
HiJNtAPA onp.t an the ottids of OalawVwe at the oowu- sending pure, rich blood to the diseased parts, instead of feeding them with impurities,
pfret trole oil esbwbw a 1 o110 06o'**-t onay. A allows the sore to heapl naturally and permanently.@ Not only does S. S. S. purify tl-2 blod,
tI$*wort; ,h, Winbo **. MPI S p"ATIy"INTAallI
Ato sd o. t p of al and germsbut'builds it up frogi its weakened and impoverished state, making
9.WM.Pak-lof t hwerathf teft ft dte e )9' *
St or n rear to t tho propd strong d healthy and able to s every part of the bod with sufficient and proper
o, ^ r" i n uon *tatt. A fu ttnoe of nourishment to keep it in perfect e If you have a sore tat is slow in healing, do not
tQo strsoo slo by yyq0 atat id u iitt-eited 4 dend upon external applications alone, nor experiment with unknown medicines, but begin
,.atA E thist 0 whose sIte, o F. W,. BAPaTOx s. the Use of 8. 8. s., end by rembving every vestige of the ciuse, cure the trouble pernia-.
to frt .O ae o e. ently. Speal book on Sores ad Ulcers and any medical advice desired sent free to alli
trItor et ca.mewho ritel e ninw'o s 'WrF MSFM OMANY, ATLANTA,6A.
As"ri's.a gr m u t metMe di___lOat
o. tel falls t te rd ~n~e with ,or lapsondt o. ..rOM CAf D ri H, P nN
4lW% laUdle and ept4le Chohns od sabos wo- NodC YDE STEAMSHIP. uMPANY
.{Oll and entle- Obal. sad Diarrehom e ny. D^ w)R. ROBT. 0. BOWERS,
s t0 e third of a otry tt v which Whkb
ftasR M .t. BRts, Mles V. It h bm po a Io- DZNTIST.
DeBasdte Brown. Mls ad that Is 00 "4 th1 r y that
I' M $. ColCc water ws awee UItt to plemnt to Offe* I Miller Law ZEshpa*e.
J. .. M..la.try, Mrs. --, Ofes Phone No. S; Reid.e .o. 18. ._^ ,
P4. 3othard W F Car" ara Suwied.
) B. Abbot, Mliw r. 0. But4o N. -, May 3.--h* ar
5 M. Cushamu N1s"M. born of the Duflo, Iak be Trc- J. H. ALDIftMAR,
ag#. s. z..l obb.. USo company at Bl.ea*** oBB
L .. U. A Pro. a .eSy att hui e w* 'O tws tyi A ZeA O E o
lsk. '- s Ge-ntie Sat io .m s8d at SlooWeoo oV a . .., b,
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p umbers W O*I
Showing Carr l t
l|rge AlS otf g
With Orations
One of the most d
it ever held i tis l
pimmencement .z ia b
|lueeville Graded a.'
|vhlch occurred at the auw m
yridaY evening, an4 at *1M<^,4
as a large and reprin8 t w ,
pwons and friends of.the pl ..
The exercises were opened y so
hvocatlon by Rev; T. 4 ta .Of
he Methodist chhu Wri9h w pl
lowed by a so the bya r
igh school. '
Hon. Frank Clark hia kbee- invited
to deliver the address, bitt i aoaoult
|f urgent business I L112 Butler,
here e e was summoD l by tleprim,
his part of the program wd omitts.
Ths was one ofthe mIt ns*CooM-
fal commencement pr grams dr
given here. It was aI p1iBj ho
of merit, and every 'dIYI shOW04
have credit, but s e preve A
lbhobe outside of priMe Wwln '* Nowal
mention, however, must iH dsa0e of
the w-ork of Earle Kele, fam Mlon.
iass Lucia Patton, ftarle TayloW ad
asper Malphurs, all of Whoi ap-
eared in excellent condition, and who
presented their various subjects in
a most impressive manner.


The Program.
The following is the prograndnW ex-
ercises carried out:
' Inrocation--lev. T. J. Nizoen
Song of the classes-High SchooL
Violin duet-Ruby Detad, Tomn
|. McBeath.
Orations by 'ReoreeftataUves of
freshman Class-(a) "Bdlson," Warle
Kelley; (b) "Ia Payette," Joy Wi-M

Essays by Representatives of
Freshman Class-(a) "Mary Washing-
ton." Winnilfred Pedrick.
Piano duet-Edith Bagley, Inis
Thomas.
Orations by Rpr4satatieves of
Sophomore Class-(a) '**tonewall*
Jackson." Sam Mixon; (t). "Robert E.
Ie" Earle Taylor. .' -./
Esiays by RepreoenttUves of
Sophomore Class-(a) "Ayeaha," Lu-
cia Patton; (b) "JeJort," Ethel
Dur-t. %1
S& %g-"The Purpleand the White."
G;.. Club.
Orations by Representatives of Juun
1ir Cass-(a) "Washlngto," Jasper
M!, hurs; (b) "Luther," T6m R. Mo

S-'.ays by Represuetatlye o( JU
lo- Class-() "Isabeslla et pf,*
I.' a Hunter; (b) "Joan a ,"
Bessie Kelley. '
v.al solo-Rosabel Pard&,
;" ay-"Ancient LaBdeaks," Msand
l s.
Pr,'-stntatlon of dIlp -Dr. J. L6

i''--.iatlon of medals- Hm.. W.
-rliton ,
Good Night." Glee Oab.
Judges Awarded Pie.
"du.s in the oratwori eontest
v' ', ,", T. J. Nixonu amtTlio P.
'It Prof. J. C. Adli. was
SI a difflcsuit matter let
b.t t,,,but after M tle 0to
L"a' were awardel to the

',.,*r, *'m R. Meit et. '
.mlls Wisnefted itek.lL
A r r dwell; aegemMrne elss,
E theI Drunt iad KMan1[ e amith
I 'mify Chapter, U. 1). 0,, Medal
CeciL .
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Sill to teed
S* in ex iP M i --
W- of the best a1M 0
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S of Mirs OeWU's liMsr
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S. sematiUon to l matters in
I'klt, Mail and Setrarpb orders
MroaptU a1tteded to. %

OalneAvite, Florida.
,, j--1-- -- --|
Wtdent in the Gainesville Senior High
School.' You have conducted yourself
4drinS this time, that you have won
the ,confidence and esteem of your
Instruetors, your school-mates and
the admiration of the city, and county
officials.
"You have Just cause to feel elated
at your success. Permit me to Inform
you that we rejoice with you. For
tour years your eyes have been fixed
on a goal and now yaO have reached
it, and your efforts are tonight crown-
ed with victory.
"You certainly occupy an enviable
position this evening. You are the
first graduate of this school and your
same must stand first-at the top of
this list of the alumni, which is
quite a distinction and honor. The
curriculum of the Gainesvllle High
School is fully as high an sode of the
colleges, the faculty are equally as
competent as college professors, and
I am sure 'their work Is as thorough.
"I am therefore fully persuaded
that your graduation Is as honorable,
and will be as beneficial as it would
have been had you received a diplomaL
from a college. If we were to lay
.a wrekthe of flowers on your forehead
they would wilt and perish. In your
mental accomplishments you have
honors more durable. They consti-
tute an embelllishmffent far more re-
splendent than could be given by
flowers, diamonds, or any outward dec-
oration.
,lI am confident that the good name
of this school will be safe in your
hands and that no act of yours will
soil Its white, or tarnish its purple.
"Commencement day is an import-
ant epoch in your life-marriage may
be another-death surely will be.
May the former, should it occur, be
a realtsation of all that you justly
deserve and desire. May God's choice
blessings be received before and af-
ter the latter.
"Now In testimony of the confi-
dence of the teachers and school of-
aicials it affords me much pleasure
to.han u ou this diploma.
"May"eu be aw honor to your
parents, your school, and your
country." t

REPORT OF THI CONDITION


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0. A. R. "MM lRIAL SERMON

At Holy TrHik" "When All t
Cletles Will rA With 6ainesvoile.
Guards of HMv. T. P.
to Preach t t~ sale Tooight.
Again the m of the Sabbath
promise to pm^ unusual latereAt
since there wt1- bea three speeal
sermons today.', Two of theme, whol
will be thet semo atthe Tabernacle,
.he morning by Rev. 8. Y. Jameeos
of Georgia, prAbMWat of the MereMr
College. and the' evening by Re*
Thos. P. Hay, a#dtl be seen y notice
elsewhere, promise to prove'of us1
usual interest, as does the memorial
sermon to the G. A. I. at Holy Trin-
Ity Episcopal church, by Rev. P. H.
Cralghill, this morning, which will be
attended by the O. A. R., the U. C. V.,
the U. D. C., the P. 0. 8. of A. and the
Gainesville Guards, which will act as
a guard of honor.
The services will be as follows:
First Presbyterian Church, Rev. T.
P. Hay-10:80 a. m., baccalaureate
sermon of the University ctmmence-
ment at the Tabernacle. No morning
service in our obtrch. 4 p. m., chil-
dren's day service for foreign mis-
sions; union mqtng of the Sabbath
school and oongi'gatlon. 8 p. m, no
evening servee, sermon to the Y. M.
C. A. of the University at the Taber-
nacle, by the pastor of our church.
First rethowdt church, Rev. T. J.
Nixon-Sunda" school at 9:30 a. .,
Orange llosom- at 2:80 p. m., Ben-
ior League a6t1930 p. m.
On account of the commencement
services of th, University, to be held
at the Tabernmae, both morning and
evening, there will be no preaching at
this church today.
The services at Holy Trialty church
today will consist of holy communion
at 7 a. ni.. morning prayer and sermon
at 10:30 a. m., and Sunday school at
4 p. m.
The evening services will be omit-
ted In order that the congregation may
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NEW PERFECfTIU

Wick Die Flame 0 Cook-St
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d chimneys. Thi means quick results. The New
rffctio i rnt from other oil stoves. Made
Three sis, with one two and thiee burners.
SWstrove waranted. not at your dealer's, write
to our nerest agency for descriptive circular.
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tgAcy If not at yoUT


A Pleasant Occasion. i hlua
Mrs. J. R. Merchant and Miss Ir U1
McCreary tenpdered a dance FPriayl
evening complimentary to the former's Pef V M. C@
sister. Miss Cladys tBurke of Jack- Prw
sonville, who is visiting here. OG
The function was hold at the arm-
ory. and was well attended. T'e pro- We do a
gram comprised twelve dances and snfonrltk
several extras, and the young folks :1m lsd al
enjoyed themselves to the fulest e M. A ilnbMiei


tent. They are under obligations for
the pleasures of the evening.


TRY THIL


For the relief of dyspepsia you
And nothing better:
% os. Fhild Mxtract Buchu.
1 os. Bulso Mixture. .


will


uni tie in the universe ty serv te A& I.. t Gentian Com-t i
Tabernacle %A os. Fluid Extract Gentian Com.
Tabernacle pound.
At the morning services the memor- 15~ ous water.
tal selmnen will be preached before the Medical men of wide experience
local cadp of the Army of the Re- bear testimony to tie efficiency of
public. Members of the church and this prescription, not only In ca es
others coming in early are requested of dyspepsia but In nearly all sorts
to find seats In the side aisle if pos- of stomach troubles. If there are
sible, as it Is necessary to reserve manifestations of sour stomach, two
a large part of the middle rows of tablespoonfuls of baking soda should
seats for the G. A.R. and the various be added to the iugredientif named
organlsatiols whicA will be present above, all of which are obtainable at:
by their Invitation. any good pharmacy. The proper dose
A4vent Christian Church. Rev of tak s medleine is a tablespoonful,
James Leo-Sunday school at 10 a. take. three times a day, before meals.
m. There will be no preaebtb this Try it *
morning on account of oommenesent
services of the University, at the
Tabernacle. Preaching at 7:466. nJ.;
subject, old's s Dealings Win the
Wicked." This will be the frst of
a series of discourse@ on this subee H
PFirst lialplist Church Sunday
school at :1" a. im., aud church so.
alety meetings at the usal hou.rs.
No preaching.
Usual rsl< les at It. Patrick's
Cetheite church.
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gi r g4 h rre ch vaasle- qulty
S6N. a rW ear tor. or Sale A

) ath as emua le f Isoper hundred.
New stook et Oly Purest Ingredlents'u4d in our
later & mA Keystone Bakery.
Six-roolm 4w,4f4bh French valle- -$1 quality for
ipply 507 N. WOOS'Vi yard.. Hyde'. Great Sale.
lUastic-,esm draW0 W M se Or sale or rent. Apply, at
psUty. HydV g c to Oeo. W. Scofeld, Gainesville.


Holeproof M
ut in at Phlfer as
Mr.and Mrs. [emA
Wme in the cty ta
Long silk gloves In


the bewt printed stationery at
bWumt prte mall tat The suo offloe.
Big:shlpment of trunks and bags--
ee1palete line to select from at Phifer
"d Morrms'.


tsU. Get the habit. E0 9A cat for $2 waslats; $1.235 for
a wl l twls, and $1.49 for $3 waists,
To Let-Lower ewlor, t -. ae' Great ale.
inlBhed.' Mrs. Wslap la, Miss amb of Worthington Spring.
c.s 'ho- ,ts l o611n the etty on a visit to her friend,
Ladles' short silk gloves In S It eio. Uf Ida Brkhlm.
Vs going at 73 cents-wet I 4* L" O rham left yesterday for
Burkhim. Orange Lake, where he will spend
Lost-G-old stick pin with mono* Bunday wto relatives.
am, A. Tr 0" Return to 6F- or Sale--A ne* 11-room house; a
e and get reward. -rooa servants' house and one acre
Argo Red Salmon took the grand lot. Apply to p. 0. Box, 221.
iisze at the St. Louis 1,zpositicn, the Have your stationery printed at The
sly one ever given at any fair on offee. Pirst-class work promptly
lemon. / delivered at reasonable prices is our
Salesmen wanted to sek to grocers, motto.
Aggists and confectiomer; $100 per Schell Maines of Monteocha sad D.
loth and expenses. fFR lCier L Duke. A. A. Goolsby and Wade
ad Extract Co., St. Lou KMo. Thomas of Pairilanks were among
Miss Belle Sadler hares t e from those who spent Friday in Gainesville.
north Carolina, where bs has been Wanted-Manager f9r branch of-
kattending college. Her triende hem flee we wish to locate ljpre In Gaines.
are delighted to welcome h O i e. ville. Address, with reference, The
For wet weather we an U you Morris Wholesale House, Cincinnati,
*mbrellas from 89c .up-aad for sun- Ohio.
olitn our dainty parasols. L .mli b The fisheries in Alaska have paid
at surprisingly low prices. t. C. Smith. the Government more in revenue than
For Sale-Lo 5z2 f "a the Government more in revenue than
For Sale-Lot 50x200 feet, contain Alaska cost the United States. This
kt house in good repair, ix rooms, is where ,the Argo Red Salmon Is
barn and outhouse, three block from caught and canned.
uire. Address Bx 23, w lll A party of young people spent the
Solid carload banana will arrive day peknicking 'at the Devil's Mill-
dayv morning, and wiU be old hopper -ester4ay. They returned
cLhai at wholesale or retail. Located late in the afternoon, after having
at Wston's old stand, ast aide passed a most enjoyable day.
qr A. Chresostomidhes. With a f6w cans of Argo Red Sal-
Su;t Ciub-$l a week-- weeks- imon in the pattry, and an Argo Red
e hf E. Eseh week oee aP gets1a almon Cook Book, the housewife Is'
f. it Eitd of weeks eyery usn always prepared for unexpected com.n
c lt dob ha, a now suit. FOw Par' pany. It can be served in amay differ-
tear e*P Bernhardt A hiets, The eat ways.
_.... C ._____ _... Chase. Smith of Central, who for
m several years was' onnecteo with C.
Pedrick in the wagon and baggy
mom. ass ln this ety. has ret o ed
T -his home, after a brief visit to
Slds here.
The regular meeting, of the Twea-
tieth Century Club will be held at
the residence of Mrs. T. P. Hay, Mon-
day afternoon. May 27th. at 4 o'eloek.
m Mrs. L. C. Lynch, President; Clara
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s tomaoch troubles, billiouusa
ma4 esmtlpatioe try Chamberlait's
tomh 4ad ULver Tablets. Many
mabal* surewe have bees ffectedW
br td. Pri e o 6 cents. Samples
fr. Fr sale by all druggists.
Claud rvau aged thirteen, grand.
son of Richard lilies. colored. died
la night aomt o'felwck, after a
Wes of ahbnt tke weeks with
fever. The Mftral wOt be btd this
afternoon fro Molet Pmmat M. C
* Mr. yd L. Carter has turned
bom Tallabasees, where se ipes been
tor the aOt few vess e a visit
to ber humband. prI-tie Coter.
Pride at Jue cr. Aw, wmo ha
bhes Srerms ftm rbhmm.Wm,
he pulaed tos -at hs eoarsi-
Urne s p e aled. s at
S. hum ~ ..I* i m aedumemt a
ot h n keft ll o
f1 N*i N beef ormrseo


,fAafr--a "iral ,t. Get
iNt. L.. i ..?i
White caavas iwownts in a number
oa styles t prte within reach of
everyone. L. C. lnith.
Box and ste*ilWa that are gdar
anteed to weisr fir 'x monttis wh-
but a hole a Plfr sad Morris.
Hose sad hatot.e tI white, black,.
brown, etc.' Coer auA lookovw our
llne, It wl dos f~xlod. I. U. Sith,.
J. F. Smith teft yeeraay for Jack-.
sonville, whew r e will pay a brief
visit to his mother. He expects to
return TuAd *'y. '
Never min4 he si., well fit thq
feet, for our Itmln t low-cuts e ota"
variety, style, quality and sol"i oe
fort for all. O Shit. '
Desserts depend almost altgethei
on the flavor"i trats umd |b
their goodness. Tet'a why yo.ea
demand t4e bet 9Blue Rlbbeo ai
time. -'
Rocky BotteS!ap)h bur Sprl5c 1K
miles uortheast Atlanta. Ot., ready
for sunnmmner Pfuap. Rates $26 to $80
per month. A ddA Misb Mary DavTid
son, Turnervile, *a.
Wanted--W00 ea, women and cil*-
dren to carry t r ithe barpgans of
feared by TheW W. Hyde Co. Apply
Monday or any day itat week and
bring your ecktheok wellfilled, -
Prof. J. H. OWm of tRoohelle was
among th os i. plt Frilay in this
city. Prof, w the efficient
principal ot 1 Mrta Perry In-
tute for the past :Nson, and rioetly
closed one of' t. most successful
terms in its h1to..
Attention is Ofted to the statement
of the First NaViopal Bank of Gainew
vllle, which apps elseNvhere in this
paper. This is o8e of the oldest,
strongest ad ot"' reliable institu*
tons of its kin ta the State, and en-
joys a flue .bIiLes.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Wietages and lit-
tle Miss lllern Bel left Friday for
Hampton Sprlnag, where they will re-
main a few days for their health, Mrs.
Wienges has aet been well for some
time, and friends farut that the change
will prove of binet to her.
The Alaska Pafters' Assoctation fur-
nish the Government hundreds of
thousands of mase of Salmon a year. hi
Out of 240.400 cans examined by the W
Government' at Camp Whomas only te
four detective cans were found. This
firm packs the Argo Red Salmon. mz
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MONEY BACK SILKS

We have secured the sole agency of
the celebrated Money-back Silks--every
yard guaranteed or your money back.
The regular price of the best grade is
$1.75 per yard all over the world, but we
have decided, in ,order to INTRODUCE
the silk in this seotloo, to make the price

$1.60 per yard
for the month of May.

Come to see us. Our store Is not the
biggest but it is theb best.in thit section.

rs. R.Wilson

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Death of Mice Strkikland.
Miss- Phtta Strickland died at the
ome of her sister, Mrs. J. 1B. Futch,
Vest Church street, FrMay night, .f-
r a long Illness.
Deeased haa been an Invalid for
any years, but has withtood bher
offering patiently. She was poMseas.
I of a sweet patient disposition,
ad was beloved by all her friends.
The remains were taken to
ntloch Saturday, where the inter-
ent was held in the family,burying-
round.
Friends df the family deeply sympa-
lise with them in this hour of
,reavement.


Nice line of ladies' home in white
and colors, from 25 to 50 cents. L
J. Burkhim.
R. F. Ormond of Campville,. an old
fried and subwrtber of The Sun, was
n, the city yesterday, reewing his
Mabaerption for a year. He was as
eompanled by his interesting Uttle
daughter. MissM ilese.
The monthly Mothers' meet"g of
the Woman's Cbristian 'lperasce
niofin will be held at the resldece
of Mrs. G)o. I. DolS on AlaVcha Ave.
Monday afternoon at 4 o'pleok. All
members are cordially lailtet.
We will move' Into our new bilMding
within the next lt days and we are
solos to make you a barga is a&up
thi that you may eod is psr toem.
ware, glassware or a edtas epmrats.
This is no fake ale. We aes Doet
what we say. smU4e & Nre.
Dr. Yorunm has returned *ra Omal.
where on Thursn4a *veag he deliv-
ered an address at the *w *su e
sent *euw the Ow t High
Ishool Dr, Yeoe ts .i of the
most 'loqeuet 0psklers to Ftirids.
and his services.as8 siays In de-
mand. -
It appears theat Tbe has been
pubiAshing the mws freo the aniver-
sthy with the einmll- Ito of a publisb-
oIg commnitte. was erpgaolsed
for the purpose of awpilg the press
with latonfralm. The Sam stated
fe Saturday moralag that the faculty
had appeared h lhremt i the matter
aof gesw in tso e wi ot* reported.
It we bae base lStake we 01e6
this ujussie very msh, as I ist
the dck. oe *t report I* Sd
ee as tiee w. The ,P

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The Continentas
Anl.IRTAVRA9T.
(Next to Po'toMlee)
NOTtO1. .-.dL.
Beginning April let we will puts
our Hummer rSte of 14 per week
meals-and $4 tradox SieketW. W.iOe
Iy firet.-lsue in ever respect, Tvq
larse eleitle fans. Insuring omfons, ,
FOLD DIRINI OF ALL KI NO W
Ooff.e the bet. Everthbi ,
lOes Omem cooked to order
for sporleman.
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