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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 28, 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: VID01127
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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Se s oMa y' n dt, and
Vng ~6000 na the United
IV mao w deal.
00ets a t Utm are
the tiltaents
turneded 0c8tf h osan the
f lteple t tdstle.
"es AgMisBt MWsey Is for

Judge Coley fted ball in
of 10.000 on 40e4 of the


'*te100o, May 37.--Patriok
w late Friday mItt-ohued a
Wtatisnt. addressed tA the
s i web hp aye the re-
,of ltn ats Aalnset himialf
colates is another step In the
to glan political control of
or Rudolph Spreokelss au
f to selirb purposes through a
tion with the labor union par-
idr. alhboun says:
evidence is now complete that
essed criminals have been re.
04 in the board of supervisors to
Ybe bidding of 8preckels and his
*wa. In the language of one of
*OpOoseoutors, they are merely 'good
.' Their evidence has been pur-
J~d and their services secured
| tamaalw ty ootraets. .
"4arfge that the motives, of Mr.
sln and his assoolates are base
W t kions, that his plans are self-
I 1 ajurioua to the welfare of this
mUnatty; that 'they seek through
.* aw nation of character to In-
tnnWd Rallroada, and further
ow w snanci lal plans, and In-
tied strikes, violence, detrmcti~o
property, bby'otte, and these In-
itjsts anre each a part of Spreck-
' plans to conaieate the property
the United RailAays to replace our
wt railroads by lones owned by
psokeis and to that eed to control
politics of Pan Ptnoelsco. I
be surptrled tht ay oW dy of
||1c elitliena could N Idnih to
aeee 'Indicmnents it I It lgot
the methods whieW'lh b ehal
W by Spreckels' corpafW e
lIve and his constant wom to
'pvMlobera of the grand Jury who'
been misWd by his professors of

79o my friend throughout the, k.
b country I give the assurance that
i Indictments are nut founded oe
ig and that there is no evideeqe
)t osld Jusatfy them. and that Sy
,*&ate and I will befully vindloat-

k s er Killed by Sentry.
Is. May )7--lnier Martla,
Iri l at Jefferson barracks
from the coast artillery'
i9rascas, Plortda. was kill
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cMarg e w10the hurdei 4

arrIl, afterbeta out all migat. re-
turaed a verdict of guilty, w1*h 1c*6
emma 4ate ( mercy. -
At a late .hAI Friday afteroses the
$Wtge charged the jury. The peeeh-
e were elosed with itroonm d Im-
pSedtve speech b.y Solicitor mcbol
,Oraian, ,
Cogatergallon was caused amongg thi.
attorneys for the defense when Judge
Martliktabsounced that the rate would


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t opening and cloinsg rp-
The defense had not worn
of thq twenty-five witnesses


&ii. 1 5 M ** UU subpoenaed.
of the b arI omioned In making her statement, Mrs.
the case t b oiA' i elon .co atmlo, Freeney ei,'her of her own aocoid or at
and it Isa o$ than likely that te the ston of er attorneys, hand"
pardonlg 111 be asked ttake ed to the jury several receipts for
It up for a tlol at its next meng. house rent, ~I was material evi-
T general belief is that executive den. These w re examined by tne
Uenwy willb ranted. jury at the request of the defets.
.. .. .-Judge Mardn contended that this
THRODORK TILT6N DEAD. was the introduction of eyideace, And
'-- dniprived the defense of the closing
American Author Pawses Away In the speech. The defense fouht hard
City of Paris. agAnst this, but the Judge ruled
Piris, May ST.--Theadore TIlton, agalast them. '
the AmerTcan authd6 who has been III W. P. Harrell, a well known man
In this city for several days of pneu- of this sectioit, was shot to death pev-
monia, died Saturday. oral months kgo by Mra. Preeney at
In 1874 Mr. Tlton preferred sert- the latter's ?ome.
Oue charges against Henry Ward Mrs. Pro"eey elalmdi that Mr.
Beecher, who had been his pastor and, Harrell, from whom hie rtnted Iher
intimate friend, and demanded dam- 'house and supposedly called to eolIeot
age of 1100,000. After the tragedy bls rent, made Improper proposcla-to
which wrecked his career, Mr. Til- her and was at the time Intoxicated.
'on camjo Paris, where he has liv-1 She asserted he took hold of hsr and
ed a solitary existence. With a steon- when she repulsed him, he strudk
der Income derived principally, It to' her. 9
understood, from a single share of Mrs. Freeney declared she killed
stock In a New York newspaper,! Mr. Harrell only as a last resort and
coupled with meager royalties from in protection of herself and her home.
his literary works which has been '&-
continued in a desultory manner, suf. ABRUZZI ARRIVES. ,
feed, apprently, to meet his modest
demands; at least hie few Intimates Noted exploerer le to Partiolpate In
sever, heard him complain of lack of Jamestown Naval Cermeonies.
Innad. ____ Washington. Mxy 7S.--The duke of
Longsheremen Make Charges. Abrusi arrived here Saturday aboard
New York, May T7.--Una S leaders the Italian cruiser Vartee. flagship
In the longshoremen's strike oGlam to of the squadron sent to the United
have evidence against one st the States by the Dtalian government to
teamship companies of a Lol Vi%- participate In the naval ceremonies
latlon of the ImlagratMls Ulw, and attending the opening of the James-
declare that this evidoce will be ob-. town exposition.
mlited to Immigration OoIalsleser Count Massiglla, the Italian con-
Wichorn In the tfoeOf adTvtt. sul general, was one of the first to
It is charged it the atldevit that the rest the noted Italias explorer. The
Royal'mall steamehl TStl, Whleh U consul general annouase4 that the
docked Lt the Wilsosi Ue pier, oa her duke would not llf ashore while In
last voyage from the Wet Iadle" New York, but would semin on board
brought lIn ten oeSa ls a1dttom to her his ship.
n gular crew, to aSuSat a bp01 Just bow long tthe ke will re-
cargo. These mea, wh wee tak. main In New York isa at known. He
on on. board the TfM g at JiAlMs hlas received aumere ltattatloas to
port, have been uset. t t pIMue aitead affairs, and if iet ts half
Inace the steer arrived he 114eat" of them, his stay will M lengthy.
leaders charge. While here he will probably moot
Commander Peary. The d4ke himself
Attacks Made on Ja pani Is a well known artle explorer, his
Toklo. Mvy 3T.-A repeq .,~e St record for "fortheswt" having been
waslf tor Japan ia to f-oe bates only byjfearuy.
MM& 61ft fa_%# t"MAO mss."suh I


ee rms eau De o atasuin.w*
Omatly peo Jap ee rest tlm i
es ia that city. T o pubi I u" t
tadignant, but the press noeof tom
any hasty comment. t ragtA the
Washitngtoa overneM t to ~ dot h
reettiam of similar cerreeM. The
dagtrbaces oeurred I a est aast
Onduated byJapaesme a' Mlebm
stre a was ftoowed by af ttW k
upon a Jap 0 house a the o p t o
site side Of t street, t. be tl
arofte over tho xnlule t of two whltt
men 6oM a JaDOnee otn we
abth ,atveet. *
Tored ft4trikes OU9.
Prot Worth, Tns., May ".-A se*
structive tornado is Iergsed in f ea
strKck a sweti n o eeOqtry a e0 t "
Miles north of heret a
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Negro Shot and Killed His Wife.
atonton,. -O., May T7.-41B led.
mae, anegro, hbot his white though
the left side Thtrsday at dinner -oa
eriously that her death resumed from
the wounds. I'he vcttai was at work
Ina the yard or Alex 8. Jeaklns, as a
cook, ad had Just d ifted tnaer,
when the hobaad, tm whom she
bad been uepart abeat two weeks,
amatnp ad. a1 W a few wOr4, a
her. He eees- -m edlawiT faftMI


-- the -hoota.
Whisky gletletli t Lawndes.
Valdosta. Ga.. May 87.-The pro. Madame Mee MIll.
hbiltica&ls hbve skeeeded la secur- London. May t.--Mme. ielie
Bsg the required numbr of mnae to Melba, who took a cMll at Chhbora
a petition for an Oleetlpe O the whts. 4tea landing Ifrom a steamer fr@ th
ky question. and the ordinary has UVals d Sta'. 's been fobAlge t
smetd Mdsday, Jhue t4. as the eanesaca l all her es"gameoas tr the
bte the election. The campaign from S few days is order to Saur heL-
mw uastl that tite protees to be self. as has appeared olse he
It o both aldes. In opera msw the UlneBs bea.

mRed Secked Wt'vO Hours. gam N Lpap>*r WeYk.
rkWasham. Aa.. 'May .-, T1m le, Ga., May I l-tr
iOthboundi freight tra(i No. U. Al-I Flmos. who &or the pmt
iama Great athemra ra&iwa., wasY -ss h et maagn er tf
t1hee near CONsltg Ala.. Friday at y-aR.-,-e 'le-_ ,l *
teses. te. can ofa th er be lta Priy oto a.
allIws from the t*r.g. Tbhe sed to" l kMt WIN a t'e
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Georgians Pay Tribute to Mem.
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quetrian Statue of the Brave and
Daring Confederate General is Un.
v0led on Capitol Grounds In At.
ati---Wltneea d by Thousands.


de boatd or treateee of tt -w d




:r, b reuitioa Va paied, by I
anntmsn Tote, which Corns In thi
terw of .a Indorsemest of fsdEsa

T rolutlo Indorsed nd urged
the, pasmsge by obgreas of the Davis
bill, under Walch it Is proposed that
coangrpu shall appropriate $10.000 c
as ageoultural school isa each con-
freulonal district t? iW estabP
by the state. This fund is, of '.4 .,
to be expended unIr tate direction.
,It lsgedraflly 4eved that thil
measure will be taftly enacted,
though the appropriation to 'ej b
etkool may be somewhat redu&4,
probably to $5,000.

."AVORS RVNOLDS' iuL.

AlabaM. GoveMnr 8pdorses Compul.
!ory Educatlon.
Montgomery, A]:ir ay 27.-"I am
Ia favor of the 1 h Ids compulsory
education bill," said Governor '. B.
Comer. on Friday. "I think It shou14
become a law, and believe it will at
the July session of the legislature. 1$
Ought tO pass and all of our people
Yhjuld be educated, so tar as ft is 1a
the power of the btate to provide
learning for them." Thus did the
executive put himself on record for
a bill that is favored by the schoQl
men and women of the state, but has
had some trouble in the legislature.
This bill was Introduced In the leg-
islature by 1. B. Reynolde, chairman
of the educational committee of the
s*eate. It met with some opposition
In the upper house, but prassd by a
comfortable vote, and Mr. *teynolds
blislawg that It will get through the
lower hose. .

Troops Dispatched to Mines.
Capetown, May 37.--14e dispatch
of a thoussed regular troops to the
-4and, where White miners are on a
atkd, has excited the whole coun-
try. The primary purpose of the
disparch of these troops Is to over-
awe the Chinese miners should tney
prove reiless, leaving the police and
volunteers to deal with the white mi-
ners who are displaying brutality In
their assaults upon the strike break-
ers, and are seriously damaging prop-
eroy. Fifty mlnes are now affected.

Boy Killdi by Lightning.
Galneuville. Ga., May 7S.-John-
ny Waite, aged 12 years, a son of
G. W. White, was struck sad killed
by lightning 4 miles frlo Plowry
Branch, on the Banks place TIreday
alght. His two sisters were ren-
dered unoossclous and may not recov.
er. The children n were taking clothes
from a line, when a bolt of lightning
struck It, resultiUng In the death of
%the boy and the serious injury of the
two girls.


FatalFire it gerse't K.
OHIO$ t, Ky., may !r-Tz. e
MW Jotelat Burnside, KY ,5


Gesods. a teegboae operati.~
berm"d1w fde*t. The te'.;'6M o
changewas unwed to in te *"

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Atl6ata, May 27.-'!7- .t.Arj tf
GeorgIan sind many vi.j;',,1. f
other states gathered in Atlar. a Sat.
rday-,o participate in anId a s
the *OMrbee incident to tan. unve.J.
,ag of the heroicc bronze eq;. ..rn
satt e of Cenfral J chn B. (n,,
Which Stands majeatica;ly in .vI
InS attitude on the north,%, c:.-er
of the state capitol grounasi.
'The paveiling ceremonio, b..a
promptly at npon around the Mr..
300nt, upon stands erectr.ed for Ie oc.
oaaks, add wpre preceded by a Pean-
did military pageant which .-tr:*cael
out to the length of a .M9iii : iA day
par *e.
The troops assembled for th, pa-.
rade at the juncilon of Pe: c.t:;r, and
West Peachtree streetF, ai.d iic., ;e
the Fifth and Second re~imcnts, in:.ic-
try, national guard of ('irg'ira, our
Udops of Georgia cava'.ry, :h. At:aa-
ta artillery, battery, lt.:,>; ,troopi
from Fort McPherson, .ca'it. io,:n '.ie
state university at Athen,., fo:)m the
Gordon Institute at Barntm\i.', from
Mhe Marist college of Atlanta, hun-
dreds of Atlanta school ciildi er,, c n.
federate veterans and many ci c o).J-
is united In doing honor to (ior-
'ga's typical soldier, states;ian and
patriot.
The exeaclse" took place upon a
specially erected grand star, ',pu
which sat the. many gets ipe'i.l;y
Invited for the occasion, incl'.u lin :t'e
members of General Gordo. s ,Im:.
ly, ex-governors of Georg' an i 'te.:
families, judges of the I'nivi'd Sa'es
courts, members of the .Tohn B. (;,-
don Monument association, Sci:p'or
-8olon H. Borglum, the oftflr, o.' "1
Ladles' Memorial Assoc.''r:m. *'he
United Daughters of the (':., t~racy
and many others.
Two hundred voices partir!'j-t! A:
the singing of the son., T h .'*
'South," especially written a: l I :::.e-
ed for this occasloh.
The Invocation by Rev. w:\: :.rn F
Glenn and music by the had, w'u
followed by the reading of t..e h!soi7
of the John B. Gordon Mo1numint as.
sociation by itsifirst presld' J.,te
W. L. (~hlboun, of Atlanta
The, pinclpl address of the o-ca-
aslo was made by General (' ,Ie.,n. A
Evans, comrade and lifelong ftr'.d of
General Gordon, who wa. ith t hi on0
the famous l2th day of Ma.1 i.
at 80~tstvania. when. :"y f'-!
Gener l Robert E. Lee to th. rEp,
the gallant Gordon probably \ail tM
Intrepid confederate leader 's ife
The defigtilo poem wa. read by 5
author, Charles W. .Hubcvr, of At-
l aetd the exercise c:3tSd tL
the tmal delivery of toi monofltI
tethe Uate by Captaln N. E H1arr".
o MIeM on the part of t0 a-I
'lassio, and' its aceeptance -'
aeor Terrell.


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Atho most of those whowars
ie related tone gly andy


fater the close of the great strug-
ten the North and'the South,
as been more especially no.
il. sitoe the Bpanish-American
'I1hea the Northern boy and the
S~ shoulder ils muslet
P Oh side by side to preserve
,of the Union-the again
ea utry, which no bond can

Pgl his discourse Dr. Craighill
eoaepsion to pay reverence to the
s well as to the dead, his
Ito to the old soldier being partly c-

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In alln, thOevo. a W one of the
most lntwfetini tSand agwest touching
ever seen 19Otblaeav e, and those
who attended were deeply impressed.

On Thn te~ afolet tiUnion Mem-
orial Day, L-r Wal-ioe Post, accom-
panied by members of 9tonewall
Omp, U. 0. V D-g.hteers of the
Confederaay and r I, will proceed
to the eIa ttery, where the graves
of departed heroes of both armies
will be strewn wll flowers In loving
memoIr of thtr living deeds.
ACqON QM TOQ WAT POINT.
Georgia Sa.teor Op BSard of Visitors
Te Mil ary Academy.
Wa i ,'/. as 17.-Senator A.
0. Bao0 1 .9 IpWashlauon Friday
on his t Wst Point. He was
appointed ember of the board of
visitors to Ift*d'ot the National Iil-
itary acad6m', hitl the work being
carried i there, sand will be present
for a week dziring the annual exam-
snalions, bhieh are approaching.
Senator taooD I1so called at the war
department ti refetlneo to a military
instructor for Gordoq college, Barnes-
ville., (a.
Asked about the ldest develop-
ments and the outlook In national pol-
Itles, Senator Bacon affirmed his be-
lie In the' fact that a platform call-
ing for' re#odlable tariff revision and
anti-centrrllzation would furnish the
democratic parny winnIng issues In the
next campaign..
"There are other issues," he said,
"on which the party should outline
its position, but these two are of the
most vital concern'to the*country Just
now."
Cavalry Charge strikers..
Johfta!n*a..h rw.. May 27.-W1th a
view of chockiou lloting at the Rand
mines affected by the strike of white
miners, the police issued a proclama-
tion forhid'ding miore than ~lx persons
to aembnhle within 390) yards of any
mine. The tirikers Ignored the or-
der, and manched on the Croesus
mine wrfh the supposed Intention of
attacking tie men working them.
When the potlee ordered them to dis-1
perse they refused, whereupon the
cavalry charged them and they fled.
The garrison at Potchejtroom has
been ordered to hold Itself In readl-
ness to reinforce the troops on the
Rand.
FOR O,6 RIADIERI

To Prove That Hyemel Will Cure Ca.
tarrh, Every Reader of The oaines-
ville Sun Can Have Speolal
Guarantee;
If there is any doubt in your mind
as to the power of Hy-o-meI, the media.
cated air treatment, to cure all ca.
tarrhal troubles, the remarkable of-
fer made by J. W. MoCollum should
expel that doubt. He gives his
personal guarantee with* evry dollar
outfit of Hy-omel he sells, to 'ftund
the money unless t gives l atU#fac
tion. lie takes all the rok of cure.
and no reader of The Galeeville Sun
can afford to suffer loger with ca-
tarrh when an offer like this Is made.
With every Hyo-mel outit is a eat.


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OOrTYCONDiSID Two Stills and Large Quantity of
SSpirits and Resin Burned.
Blank i sPer huodrsed. Two turpentine stills, one earload
Ple $ pe hun rd. .of spirits and one carload of redn
E. L.Cushmaon, Dr. D. B. Morris is the aggregate o J=Oe Holder'.
and C. W, I Ispent Sunday at the a rebate of, Jamed Holder'a
Cedar lo( by ire on Friday. night of last
Dr sa *y week at his pla gat Citronelle. T4h
Dr. ad Mr.J.H. Alderman have moey value 11 reach $5,000, with
returned froM a brief but delightful no ,lnsurace.
sojourn at Worthington Sprinsp. The information received herd was
Warranty $ad mortgage deeds for incomplete.' hence the origin of the
sale at tis oaoe. Fifty eente per doz. fire Is unknown. a
en qr dO0 per hundred. Mr. Holder was for many years en-
Mr. and Mrs J. M. Kelley of Holits- gafed in the mercantle and naval
ter thave returned to their hboe, after stores"'business at Rochelle, and his
a brief visit to friends la this city. friend In this community deeply
Strayed-lArge gray mare, branded sympathize with him in this severe
"W" on face. Little tender In fore misfortune.
feet. Was een at Rocky Point Sun-' Dr. Roers' Condition
day evening. Return to Crawford &
Davis and get reward. Friends of Rev. 8. B. Rogers, who
Mrs.. A. Thomas and caught still with his family at Tallahassee,
Mrs. C. A. Thomas and dauMhte.R. will regret to learn that his condition
Miss May, and Mr. and Mrs. R. H. improved.
Thoma,,have arrived in the city from D r. R ogers, who was granted una i-
Palatka and are again pleasantly lo ly 'a ltave of absence for 4x'
oated at their ho#p on North leas- months by the Baptist congregation
ant street. I in order that he might regain his
Thomasr (Roebuck has returned to health if Issible, proposes to spend
ais home in this city from MacClanny, a greater part of this time in Georgia.
where he has been or the past few Physically he has been in bad condi-
weeks with the Griffing Bros. Com- tion for some time.


pany, nurserymen. He was accompan-
ied.by Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Feaster and


YOUR GRANDMOTHER USED IT.


two children, who are guests of the -
famintly. But She Never Had Sulphur In Such
Bruch Davis of Starke. who has Convenient Form as This.
been here on a visit to his cousin, Your grandmother used Sulphur as
Howe McCormick, returned to his her favorite household remedy, and
home yesterday. He was accompan- a? did her grandmother. Sulphur has
led by the latter, who will remain in bbep curing skin and blood diseases
Starke as his guest for a few days. for a hundred years.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Moreman of But in the old days they had to take
Sutherland are in the city, guests of powdered sulphur. Now HANCOCK'S
the Brown House. They eame to ap.-LIQUID SULPHUR gives it to you in
tend the exercises of the University the best possible form and you get
of Florida, of which their son, M, L. the full benefit.
Moreman, Jr., is a graduate. HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR
., and OINTMENT, quickly cure Ec-
RED CROSS CONFERENCE. ema, Tetter, S8lt Rheum and all
/ -.--- Skin Diseases. It cured an ugly ulcer
American Representatives Now on for Mrs. Ann W. Willett. of Washing.
Their Way to London. ton. D. C., in three days.
Washington. May 27.-~'ae Amnerl- Taken internally, it purifies the
can rcpresentaiives at the approach- blood and clears the complexion.
ing meeting of the International Red Your druggist ells It
Cross ooufererice from the' lth to the Sulphur Booklet free, if you write
15th of June, are already making thvir HANCOCK LIQUID SULPHUR COM-'
way to Londowt which Is the place ot fPAY. Baltimore.
meeting. Miss Mabel Ioardmnu sail-
ed from New York last Tuesday and
within a day or two Surgeon Cnoer-
al O'Rellly. General William Carey
Banger and Medical director Wise,
constituting the central commiltee of
the Red Cross, and Wilriam Bicknell, ALL
of Chicago, a lwominent Inember of
the apociatlon, will depart.
lnt(re' t in the conferences and charg-
ed the one nabout to meet with tao @m= % sS
Inls uof exain',1iug the deviets expct-- -
ui to be srm' mttd In answer to her
.inil h'lon offering large u: tu .y pri..es
tar the I)bt Inans of trausprting2
the' wunt leld n the eld of huttle
Ot;hrwl.~ the conference ill be ''l-.
vot,'.l to bringing up to d 'ro .f It..!
Cro's methods during war and pest 1-
teuce and g'iet calanittlies, which will
doubles find expression lan cert.i:n
recommendations that will be laiJ be-
fore the approaching Nague confer-
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pocket Inhaler, and Hy-omel breathe --
through this inhaler, r.ahe the moet STATE BOARD W, CONTROL.
remote air-cells of the 0noe. throat
mad lungs, destroying all Ctarrhat Are Here Attending University Corn.
germs, and soothing ad healing the mencement xerlss..
iritated mucous membrane. Three members of the Statre ard
Hy-o-mel really gives yo a bhealth- of Control. compraiing Hos. N. P.
giving climate In your own bowne, so Bryan. chairman, of Jackeon ille. lion.
that when you breathe ia ms4edtatsd P. K. Yonge of Pesamla. and Dr. A.
air. yeot aose. throat and lags will I&. Brown of Eustis, actoww.niled bT
be killed with air like that an the J. A. Ormand. acttag secretary, are
mousANi high above the oa level, te toe city. having cose for the pur-
where gpow balsamic trees ad plants, pow of attending the commencement
whioh parity the air with their vola- exerisee of the UstreIsty of Florida.
tile antiseptle fragrance so bhalng to At the concluaxls' of the exercies
the reepratory organs. here the board will prmeed to Talla.
You win mtle reiUft and bmdt hbaue. where th.y will be present
from the first se of Hy-o-e. sad it at the coming ceMt exercises of
will not take *any dAye* t mat t the Woman's Co0lege
to convince yo that ta this ree '
you have fooa4 a compIte sad lasting
ca.re to ali caVs. vel. Adverutse J% .T e Sun.


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l i v ltev., X1 ill, ; and a
i e- .b by..th Ii i t tet
ired I Bay made a s1trg appeal to t00
S---- ,.g men of the TYM. Q. AI ,
EaSTING PROnA Oe Y M, arks on I Johan IL 14. "I have
- --- -, wtttt' unto yoa, yoeng menm because
program Began ft re e trong, and thd word of God
Ji Cbeh' Jmmyos and y have overcome
a,.rmation Co in ew oneae."
11. In s. ., ,
SftvenooingO Al I k. 1 pointed out that Christian
e Evening I y appeals particularly to "strong
B Baccalaureate rm t4 .young men,and showed how Jesuawas
acting class of the Oa PtO r, an Ideal yoang man because of his
gmate of Florida w a 44 mOnebmtlipeas and strength. Young men
day morning, May 2C, by "Atend hbay physical contests that tests their
Y. Jameson, D. D., Pt14Wt of *trggth; Jesus Christ, as a young
frUr university. The aer w dAn. bad contests and strugglf that
in the Tabernacle, and O tested His strength 'and in all He
owas completely flleAd. laa0 f came out conqueror. The youT man,
audience of about me thiluad who Is to enter a physicalbr Intel-
pioe. The pastor of the Mel lectu contest, must sacrifice some
nbh. Reverend T.J. Klo4n of his desire in order that he may
i service with prayer,' fte w h Wepare himself for the struggle; he
Ih congregation sani the ItlAn i. called upon by Christ to sacrlfce
b "Come, Though AAlmighty aa of his desires that he may win
ig.~ The music was v 44 by a the contest with temptation. The
1e choir from the UnlVerity, as- young men of today have that "call
*ed by the orchestra. to battle." The warriors needed are
president 81edd intlduced the active brave, courageous, strong,
teaker who read a p4otion of the younm men, young men who will add
r Chapter of the Acts of the to tUeir victories on the athletic field
tles and chose for his text the to the victories in their college halls,
r of Peter, "Such as I Have who will td these andi similar victor-
en Thee." Dr. Jameson is a pleas lea 'add victories over self and over
and forcible speaker and as he the wicked one.
*folded and developed his theme the The sermon closed with a stirring
ldience realized that it was listevnlg account of the victories Christianity
*a sermon of great power. The ol is winning and of how yearly more
being are some of the leading and more young men are seeking for
tougbts presented: itA standards
All young people indulge in fond The exercises of the evening were
dreams of what they would db if they ended by a prayer by President Sledd,
peosesed great riches and the a prayer of gratitude for the past. a
reams provide for great beneflciencles petition for future victories on the
tAthe world. We imagine we speak part of the members of the Y. 1i. C.
Ie truth when we say what we would A. After singing the doxology the au-
( were we as rich as Carnegie, but dienhe was dismissed with the bene-;
te r-al test of what we will do in diction by Dr. Hay.
to future is the use we make of The Declamation Contest.
r present possessions. 'f we are Monday morning at 10 o'clock the
Faithful in what we now have we annum declamation contest 0ook place
nut be faithful in our posses- between members of the Freshman
Hus in the future. and Sophomore classes. A very hand.
What then, does ,a young man some prize presented by the trustees
out wealth possess that he maywill be awarded on Tuesday morning
e to the world, and by which he to the winner, whose name will be
pay jige of the sincerity of his de- announced at the same time. The
to bneft his fellow men? There judgesere Major Thomas. Col. Mor-
e, c'-rin things which we all pos- row, and the Rev. Mr. Nixon. Thec
INs in common, and which it is our contestants and the titles of their se-.
hty to give to the world. elections were as follows: J. H. Vidal
l-t. The God given capacity to f Gainesville, "Regelus to the
link Whi!e all possess this capac- Roman Senate;" W. B. Martin of
ky. f-,v really use It, and the expres- Watertown, "Henry Grady," N.
o I dlll not think," is a common Barra of Gainesville, "Consolidation;"
nIc fir failure in life. The ma.- W. W. Gibbs of t. Petersbura "Vis.
t1t-y i people are content to follow Ions of War;" B. 8. Smith of Aradon-
hth ';,aths made by others, acoept- do, "Spartacus to the Gladiators;"
fg th, results of their thinking and 0. R. Albright of Gainesville, "The
h;p:tn their customs, this falling American Republic;" 8. E. Jenkins of
but h." God gl'v, power to blaze Lake City, "Eulogy on Washington."
Ia ,*a:h of their own. Let all Young The pleasure of the atludiece was
u rn:i: a life plan for the purpose enhanced by several selections ex-
oig the power to the d: trelnely well rendered by the Duval
Sthe rld: Orchestra.
nd. The capacity t6 work. All C oert he csl
ar, 'ndowed with hie native Concert *t C a .
!lt:, direct energy Aloag wisely A goodly audience gathered ta the
i laz. li,ut few use this abilIty University chapel on Monday after.
ls 'or. d to do so by bi nues-i nOo to enjoy a concert given by the
3 tL.. Young men early adopt the Duval Orchestra. Just outside the
i!^ l:I 'harging Azed dally taaks l1ldIng a great many carriages were
i or". train thematlve for in. tatloned, the occupants of which
ikt -rice. "If e ola ot gie could hear as well as those inside.
ho 'd libraries, we cam give t Thls concert proved to be one of the
f fl!'.d a ith painstaking orts." most enjoyable ever held In Gaines
3 The lower to love sad wU ville, and all were sorry that more
z a!r. s greatest ned I 1mpa' m bmem were not rendered. The pro.
y* 1ut, too often we alow t" paMI .. follows:-
El*i ,,, and good wff O d "The Pke." march by L uren-
. Aff.tion uambestowed always dI*
Numerous lastaeMs were 1. Brlday Rose Overture by Lava1-
bhere sYmpathy btw at le TuwOBe eb by T. J. Mott,
Snhttime had savedo Nems "Oe NmEt. deoved, Oood
o *'. o despair tO t fe enof u t b"
. 4 power. 7atky Is m tas~.a by Be


Sbt. t ten and wors Gari. *The TerlotooK" by Anderson.
11 i 'nto the han ifae '"Tbe toattlr Marck," by Held.
I :, M'" man by the thete Evenileg Ortermella Cmntest.
. ..., itt prel" St. We' wil Oratorical cooatts between the
a yoe." ibwers of the Junior and of the
..n closed his address wth eor classes took place O Monday
to th Yt OUN of seeing t th Tabernacle. The ot-
S 'g clas to go 0 t Into stal was enUvlled by the Duval
t ".1 u these God tW gt Ollbestr. The entstats and the
rWn the spirt f the wa w est of tifr' oratios follow:
It ~urh as Isa 1 Iv9 I Ve" the Jenlor desw-C. W. Flb-
ay of the 90 lit ~ s "Te Alchemy of
,'.,. t heM U: L r. P.WMr of Ft white.

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ft 1ndusta'la Department of the
M ~th;" A. J. Carte. Trhe Future log
R ih)" R. B. Carter, of MarianneT
ftar. Univirsity of the State
J. Earman of West OF
t"Chll labor in the
toern Mills." Long experience and thorough testing have proven S. S. to be the
4hab the Seajr Clas--T. Z. Cason King of blood purifiers and the greatest of all tonics. "or nearly half a
of Island Grove, "The Progress of century 8. S. S. has been used in the treatment of blood an4 kir diseases
Democracy;" j.'I. Moremen of Swit. of every character, and so satisfactory have been the results that it is no#'
Miarlad, "Soeta- of the Future;" H. the best known and most widely used blood medicine on the market. 8. S. S.
Outer of IPewL Mtcatltonal Ten- attracted attention as soon as 'it was placed on the market by curing
decles;" o of Jasper, promptly those diseases for which it was recommended, aWd .e ave s,;,
"Unversi'tt;-ai jealously guarded its first good reputation, by keeping it up tW its dtanda*4 -
UnIversity- 0W |in manufacture, that it now has the unetjiuilecd and pledined ot
The deelodei h Jdeg will be "Fporty Yoeam Of Cawre." For Rheumatism, Caatart I
announced h ut4lM medala Sores and Ulcers, Malaria., Skin Diseases, Contavious Blood Pol 4 al
given by the trustees wl be awarded other diseases due to an impure or poisoned condition of the blood, I
to ach of th winners Thray nothing that equals S. S. S. It counteracts and rmioves the go ai$ 14
toeacw poisons, cleanses the system of all unhealthy matter, cures the tronl
To.ay. +maanently, and restores strong, robust health. Where the blood is i 0-
Graduation Eaerwce TodtW anaemic and unable to nourish the system as it shoui,, S. S. S nu
The progrin will be concluded this. with the needed properties, and being a bracing, invi','rating tonic t
morning, when the graduating exer- up the entire system. It goes to the very bottom of all blood disrder
0ises will be held at the Tabernaoe, i4 this way reaches deep-seated and inherited case on which the o
with baccalaureate address by Prel- arsparillas and tonics have little or no effect. Not only is S. &
dent Andrew $1e of e UniVersi. certain in its retlts, but it is an absolutely safe medicine. It enj
dent Andrews leer of the UdlsvuW the diatiaction of being the only blood medicine on the market that is gu
At these elfier the medals O and de lanteed purely vegetable. If you are in need of a blood remedyv lgin th
gres will be .oterred. 1s1 I of S. S. 8., the medicine that has proven its worth by its record of forty
A cordlal, nvllatlin Is extended to es of curea. Book on the blood and nnv medical advice vou wish. No
the public to attend the exerels arge for wither. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
which begin at 10 o'oloek. ,
DEATH OF MRt. ELLIS. 1'
Passed Away y Night at Hom Florida's Mineral Springs
of Daughter, Mrs. Tolbert. p.
Mrs. M. R. 0ills, sixty-four years of
age, died at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. A. W. G. Tolbert, at 11 o'clock
Saturday nght, after an illness of con- i
siderable durnat ou ,
Deceased was Floridan by birth,
and a member of the Primative Bap-
tist church, being a faithful worker,
a devoted Christian. She resided for
several years nto this vicinity, coming
here from Sumter county.
The remains were shipped to Wild-
wood Sunday mornman, where the' In-
terment was held. They were ac-
companied by Mrs. Tolbert and Mr.
Ellis.
Mrs. Ellis is survived by two daugh-
ters, Mesdames A. W. Tplbert and
Geo. W. Sofleld, and one son, J. W.
Ellis, to whom the sympathy of the 1
community is extended.

Left That to Others. THE FINEST MINERAL RPIMUU IN FIOUIDA.
Jlyker-Y(u don't seemi to be wort lever overlow. nathsng canot be urpowed for heasth mand measure. cumre e
Ing any abut yourfallure n abusinesls tm.D1eiSa tand RmeTrble or Wao s ses. erlanI t plark. cool and 01 e. WSIMI
SPyker-O no; that's onsae ayof the ro adel.
thker--Ohm no; tr 's one of thh New hotel sad dew furniture. Elea t beds sand table fare. ooms with foot Jl*1
things I have turned over to my ersa i well vetilated and lbted wth ras b oa-foot porch amed te hoeu.
tors.-Cbleagvo News. LThe ne sene is umrpqss la irFlorida. 0 batSb md wi e IsO. I
sult.:boo1a slie, px1 r boarda or w rt s Paa depth. "eios el i ads-1
D. lint to Pa ladles a d children: laws teal: boxes A daela p
Dr. Flint to Panama. Situated four miles from ApopS. on Beaboard Air Line Airj., where a e
Dr. E. R. Flint of the department teamgOesgtSprdisb. Ratas: adsay. week: speal rateseto pris Uy t "t
who uranish their own sult. be. oas. bath. towel and desa ag-room per d Ire.
of chemistry. University of Florida, oommunieation with ateleraph saM towns.
hats gone to Panama., where he will The S. A. L Yr. will ae round-trip sicketa to Apopha for ITS good for thirty darn
be connected with the surgical de- WEKIWA SPRINGS COMPANY, WOkiwa [Clay] Springs, Flerida
apartment of the Isthmian canal. __________- _
I)r. Flint's numerous friends here
regret to lose him, but will wish him ESTADLZI IX.E 180.
heaRh, happiness anid prosperity in
his far-off home.

Confederate Veterans' tenipn, Rich- H.F DUTTON &CO

The Seaboard Air Line announces
low excuion rates from all Florida Em .A' T b I
points, made one cent per mile to
Richmond, Va.. and return account of.
the reunalon-tickets on sale May 26, tELR S r16
i7, 28, 29 and 30th. The Seaboard AND DEALERS Ib-
operates double daily servieo from *
ponts dor .ptu-l Sea Island. Cotton.
ors and day coaches have bm een
ruged, at all may be made comtusu -

la order to allow their patrons tO /
Tist the Jamestown Expostion, the Desseshai n se~e.ssadel Vureags asadDseet ie .se .
leeboard wil honor return portion the eeesaswettam.bateMerpsrses. fsmernseeeheat sOde 0 S
Ot Riohuosi tickets ffom Portsmouth. rMeed es facamble a rers 5peeleie D alst to aslag **o*ee*lesa ea
The total round trip rate. from some QfW Ula e Untied Se ,n
e the important points to 1Fwl 4


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bhae, "Football," which to
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Ttioo,,*ho waj.s Oane-v-,le
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a record of 2:0O tn hMrness,
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It appo'ntid ihe following pcst-
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lLaurluburot. Vlrgilnta-Alex-
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Will Attin an Impertant Mietng of
iiaeS Prepdents There.
Prof. Pt$ lAt,, director of the
experiment, .t-- of the Univerlsity
of the gtats ItWIda, has gone to
LansIng,' Mlebi W1s he will attend
a meetinU of the presidents of agrl.
cultural colleges having agricultural
departments, as well as directors of
experimental stations.
Prot. Relts is allb prealent of the
Florid State Hortlcalt)val Society,
Mad his presence at this meeting v
mean a great benefit to the State
and the Unversilty. He expects to
be absent some time.

Hew Birds Learn to Sing.
Do youug birds learp their songs by
direct Imitatiou of their parents or Is
the power of song an Innate quality?
Some observation made by W. H.
Hudion on a species of Unamou (ithbyn
cbotus rufeIsens) throw some light on
the question. This species has a pe.
culiar and charactertostc son or call
of its own, and, aocord'ti to Mr. Hud.
son's obeervatlon, It does not require
to learn It A youm bird was taken
from the uet when J.et breaking the
shel and brought up to a be" where
it ;auld never have bad the chance of
bearing Its rentL. Yet ota before
it was full grown It would retie to a
dark corner of the rooa sad gie Its
Characteristle mon la In t p o.
Here the son mu st hie bm tomat.
The expertments of the 'Oei Deanee
Barrinlton. to which vartouas pec@ed
were reared under llnetsta ad earned
sad sang the linnet 3on0 1id of
their own, sue.t. on the ot hend
that the young bird leans Ifdi
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Nmoy to gsant a "umrequest 16 M
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San je, Cral.. May t?.-A am*
elieved to be Jem 00C0. *Ustad IS
Indlanapolim kw 'the n~de Otft-e
lkcenuas Charles Russell, mSet O. 20a
IWwas arrested twe o Mmaw.
after afIterme htte w--h to-vpew
OM. both at vbm,


'At OGalaesil, In the State of
diose of btuam. NMy 10. w7.
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&msand1d1oon6t.................. I
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to soure circulation....
t eseoure U. 8. depoitts
d bonds and other b'dr
S. I. bond. ...........
se u dtles e. .t ...............
U st. furniture oant flxt$
eea tate ownew .............
Dee Natodunal Banlks (not re-
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C*wet and oaber eash Items.........
rtesoaal paper currency, nickels,
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There are many men who war tneir
hats practically all h t'me whno awake.
and are blekms' .-. a heavyy shook of
hatr: yet Ift the scasi. v.these same men
once beca tm t.e With daadruff
geSW the oanat weaan multiplyo all
the auleker tee of ar. Balness
would M e u asthe tal TeseO New-
bro Herapmlde knlts iee ghrma e
timaulats unhBethy r abapht
irowtb. Herplede Is a pweaflt bher
dreMsen as well as a 4drff eurse a
eontana not antom o t n Ias 0ab-
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sition. Two daily trains each way with through Pull.
man Buffet Sleeping Carp.

Season,sixty days and fiftee. n ays.limit excursion
tickets on sale daily from April 19th to November 3i0th
at low rates.
Coach excursions a very low rates.
For further information see your nearest railroad
agent or write


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Traneseted Promply.
H. TAYLOR. Cashier,


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Retailer and Jobbe in


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of dyertrtismnlt, Se ahM
t isn compact. utiies ot ha
Btedrqied to pa w dw
Addreu, TM IDA I

rbanki is great on pU1
declared lately, in a asp
Scottoo-mill men, tat pr


have a good chaleo to be
the dinner to be lvem to
York by postmasters of
SNew Jersey and Conee
Ohio Democrats are not 0lb
as to whether Willie T
Alarm Foraker will get 'th
atea to the Republicam n
mention, but they enjoy
Cox on the anxious seat
'o wonder AttorneyGeneral
e is rather slow in tacklli
for the next one on 'h
the dynamite trust and to ha
ell you can see what may
e American Baptist Miss
calls uopn President R)o
aske inquiries Into the j
*he Congo question has no
I. That is rather a de
ititon for Teddy to reply t
retary of the Interior Gi
Ps the lower ranks In th,
ce are overpaid and the
underpaid but .perhaps
s from never having be
Slower ranks."


BVVkVwaBs areoctd broken in the
ce e, 't last *eek. The
a18Oster-GOeal turned in to the
TORarea enjoying the Os e Treiury $22,359,120, the largest
e l their alliance with the tarif.t te 8ount for one quarter in the history
' ,astr ,.e taif war .with other o C the office. This was not remark-
trie* ias irtay and gradually M 110 for the department is growing
ir treiga commerce. The all the time and the receipts naturally
iit offtials are t I facrease. But the amount exceed
very unafetory condition and the expenditures by $1,00,815. This
nothing can be done to mead thi& la a record sure enough. It indicates
Stil Cgrees acts, the officaI oat, a good business admianiatration and
th F Vg 10ood4 reason $r betlevio a financial. indez to. the prosper-
jl tt "France a decided steadily tty of the country It is decidedly en-
"fteM the duties up on Amwier couraging. NwAthat the postoffice is
u! $ tsu ch *a Wtent that Ia making an eort fto get on even a bet-
by sitances they arelikely to he ter business footint, more carefully
rbltfe-" As the Republican ma- weighing the malls anid adjusting rail.
S.*"':ority In the House ot Representa. way payineats t@o correspond, there
i o opios1ed to tar t reform an# seems a prospect of Its becoming ac-
b the ate has refused to ratify te tally a self upportlng department.
o t m- ftor reciprocity with other n. This will be che"rfkl enough news
I t i.'i tipect of the comsat to the general public, but it has a
Voe< njq*y.law that will redeoe the rather ominous ring for the express
WMJ terl ucheitdules, however high and va- companies, telegraph and telephone
s reasnable, is out of vqestion. companies and others of the great
i.0 t aie i-ont with public uatlities now run" at immense
h Vite p oloy* an t ue next profit by private corporations and
('1' bhd an unity to whose constant claim has been in the
Spr arrangement Put that the GOvernment could never
thbeisM with that country, r enact a general do such work as they are doing cheap-
' I tarItN t l"sionk law that will admit Im- ly and at a proMt.' Postal service is
aM, ports from Germany on a basis that about the dheapest peat service the
,w.. will- M fy that l oantry and 'thus public enjoys, and no one can say
permit "ur exports to eater there at that it is not about the best also. It
tUnd4. the minmanu' rates. Is nevertheless inferior to the postal
t It the' standpat faction prevails at services of England, Germany and
Stoy the next Republican national oonve- Franog, for it permits a lot of ra-
tt tion, and that dca hardly be doubted spacious express companies to skim
as nesaly all the leaders are for "let- the cream of thq service and skin
Sting well enough alone," the present the people of the United States.
aired incipient tariff war, will reach an
him acute atate and the real fpht for AUCNU| bp|UTV
New oompercial supremacy will b4 a very HU flU II
tewat. a question.
T leave the tariff to be settled Alhas eon s 80,00cres in
Sany by "the friends of protection" will bres, ha 28 miles railroad, 000
Zft or mean no settlement at all, but merely miles wagon road, 56 postoffleso,
# Ohio a bontinuation of the Republican pol. 1 public sobools, 27 phosphate
ation t l y, heretofore and now prevailing of plats, 20 Saw mills, $75,000 court
Seeing Potecting the trusts and making the hode, four newspapers, and pro.
balance of us pay the tax that trust daea cor, *sttona rie, sugar,
high prices entail. The only relief eat, rye, pototoe, pineapples, or.
sages. peaob, pears plums, pe.
Bona- ,that can come to those who feel that ans, and all kinds of vegetables
g -the the present high.cost ofliving is be-
is list yond their ability to pay or so trench-. inesile y a
hammer es on their Income as to compel the d aIesvllW eI ti
occur, relinquishment of even the most sim- Has fourteen churches, two public
ple and Inexpensive pleasures, i schools, the University of Florida,
donary through voung for Democratic candJ- private ehools, three newspaper,
sevelt dates who favor tariff reform not only United Staesl land ofoe, the best
eraon because the Democratic platform will water, firs alarm ytem, oelstme
t ben= declare -for tariff, reform, but *alo ashie o lihts, hwo eod fetoi,
ellcate through the Inherited traditions of rieseottomngla, two moss fe$ stories,
to. the Democratic, party on the tariff is- three railroad., two fertilli er man.
sue from the-beuning of the Govern- ufacturing companies, one abet
msnufasory, onu rectifying tar
arflel4 met. pentine plant, two beaks, aRd well
civil -stocked atore embracinl ever$.
higher Senator Tillman would like to ace thing In the Pommerelal line.
that a Southern man nominated by the ,,,,,,,., n_ ,


en in


Thanks to the efforts of Senator Mc.
mry the election ballots in future
L ot be a yard or more in length.
C Alaehua man can be depended
Sto do the proper thing at the
tnim.--Palatka Timea-Herald.
b1s Cox and the Cinelrpa od
fitent of the RepTbmkia pa*
I all up In the air over ~11 eight
1 change h tthe poUttl Idtamti
Ohio and the wires kk-ept hot
i siuling messages to and fro m
hite House by sona-law Lo4g,
rt. Let us havepeace.
hoe North Carolinga msb howe
I the Democrats charU4 wMi too
* Psrtisa" activity a" too be wan
by the Civil ervtoi sOlsl
P strictly o t of p As
%asterl. 488itofA I 1e01iB
bri of customs a i 0t t0iem
dasifled eri the w



b hat h a mt, W r.
kwing the tow" urn1 M
WSed by Smat. MoRMy, Wt
nU iLtr.duc by Im Walr
r Md Senatm Ian a m
orti, -0 8of W
SiCporlnce btwq. he b ewW
'A to oppose H.

trust, ske mom4
law ,r -- f ^
p la ubISa^ sSS
1. use, g


Democrats for President, but thinks REVIVO
he will have to content himself with RISTS1 W VITALT
Culberson of Texas, Hoke Smith of
Georgia or Daniel of Virginia for the "iMd
second place on the ticket. All of
these able and honest Democrate are Well
quite fit to aspire to the Presideney. Two of E
The nominee for Vice-President 'Mu
should always measure up to the 23
standard fixed for President. for ina O ae loe rslsI darod s. I t
the future, as in the past, the VIeo- U dSaleWl teirt lwas booda md
Preeidqat may be called upon to r tur you thd lview by
serve aa President. a S Vitalitysanid
._____:____ fl i -lhtort Po', IPowe. rilin M-IorN,
,e fet aof B etow otab
There *eems to be quite a boom wh ch. as -rs. fos
er nma Is 8rr9 I 8 1*4 u mer
for Governor Johnson of Minnesota ofalaeft but isa erome
for the Democtatic nomaUtion for bto br ItgIS
Presldenl in conmseueoce of the ar-, stoIss 'ms. twdsja
tile pMished in (he Commoner of sensedd lIen t t .p
May 17. which states that Govenor aW oS wh. o b _
Johason can carry Minnesot at the "CIt c rr ie. fre e ra
primaries and at the nation *alese. I Ws- I .. I*do* %S
ti.. This would eea to indicate For're sOalTvllite, Florlds, by
ath Mr. -arya ue atyet deeded w.M. 0a oin. D....ils
ocrt is read to elet who a cU D IN
but unite the part, proWWel he CN E
eornea up to the Demoratic rew Afre t Q
mets or aMtl id ty am honesty of p r-
pea" Nm


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.May 30th'to Juno 3rd
Via


Atlantic Coast Line Rye
N I T .
Tickets on sale daily frQm May 96th to 80th in.
elusive. Rate for this occmion is $13.75 from
Jacksonville for the round trip, or virtually one
cent a mile for distance traveled, with correspond.
ingly low rates from all points Extension of
limit to July. th can be obtained by depositing
ticket with Special Agent and payment of fifty
cents at time of deposit.
For full information and Pullman reservation
write or call on FRANK C. BOYL8TON, District
Pamenger Agent, Atlantic Coast Line, Jackson.
ville, Fla.


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perfect or mlNto

of the juh t

It Issaid
I bacnk 0not4*,-r-


i l lair way.
tad a dig
eo t exapbla. uhe
t bfIles On his left band
af ooteId tch one turn-
*t. 11 a pPoed it on a
"*at when be counted from
his cash atly blaunccJ,
MeWtWe It Pk ar.lu a
60 T sh owi. After
0r botO i a yvain endeavor
L@* t W as the matter be
dsno bettter success.
ward be counted the
with te ame t
It was dvTelo p 1.
4 th bill wraa examild sarate-
SobveAr" v e I* M
t"tthet tm ysttfed mt dtsoier-
muos of tlrtuOble. One of
,hbad the d~ ri $of $,oo the

rdt bad W e1l" e" bil as
it t batate It Wa comr
| ted wfi, vu tadAitted
at aL s dt i ao d that the'
Iam* a ed Wa It. It was
la! 1800 that oea 0eet of
tof te denomlatoo of $50
O, prted for the Aetoa Nation-
SofKa M 0ltr M o. bau been
S In the press. One plate bore
of a fitty dollar bill at the
obvtre of hundred dol-
Mt Ihe bottom. The other plate
JVeverse of the two note*.
oeah sheet was printed It wee
to dry before being run
$oa t*e obverse printing. Int
ray the pressmen turned one
t4ipaL down, with the result that
iDb edatd bll came forth, one
b y dollar obverse and hun-
dollat reveser, the other*with a
dollar obverse and a fifty dol-
c ahler of the bank was the first
aware of the error. He
'btht something was wrong after
paid out the nao with the fity
f.ee and the hundred dollar
"by omingl acroat the one with
andred dollar fee an u the fifty
Ia"ck. The note held by the
was returned teW the treasury
Se perfect note being lI
Itn It place.
r, note is now In the poeas-
,o collector of paper toomy,
S fili tt at several thousand dol-
Itbe atieo an error of a similar
oteerred tn which a bank note
pittedd with the teoo dollar ob-
and a twaty dollar reverse.
le this bill ef adt as great a rarity
he other, stSll It wner would not
t with it for a asm mubh less than
, at which the fit della Mn t


Season why It Ist es vatUble
the other in the ea of th.e c -
is the belief that my Up Mitb
Issued, and probably eme
S ar still to existeae. Of the Mtr.
nation the owa e Ais
Srtaln that h is seeteM t I
Its companion error havig
but there is so hao0n
of the rdemption of the ere
ee dollar face. It se reaso.
A~italb that at least four ot t A
circulation.
n we tound In the dealI of
Si adlver certilfatea. These
rather the fault of the engraver
prtInter.
lh 180 note Is found a treeam
trety different from any other
O d" by the government. The
llUh is one of the utost Impotr
of the seal. ahows a ban.
Ih left hand side lastead of to
as on all others.
is of different shape and
4 .e larger. The two ensl of
lng the symbols n ae
A be4.kl which it no
plas a part In the de-
#e8l. Wba Is the
a aM tes a wfteh the pa-
l$ w d. ai, t calelecters of


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713
iO Aieb Oak SoteoOf


-4~~wuwtofmh

$Wt'o m 4the t bb 6
l oheeemvs, or'omnls*
the' ores of-collctora of
wbue silways gad to
6*dftSwwmany of the
to" mo lan inuelfrou-
~VM~4d~st..but It to
'-Many.
w.fae at the note Id'a

OtsiUha ubeth. At


the botto the e i a small
eagle. sn* 4t6-tOT tTbill the eagle
pre remblaace to
the head 1 a denaic.
Whether stIntended by the en-
graver as a : ka not known, but the
resemblance s b close that It Indl.
eaten pre~sitatl"e on bl part-Wash-
ington Poet


Dr. Dod's Cepufery Dieeouree Prom
ti1 Text "Malt."
Dr. Dod was an old time Engllab
clergymah, Inumbtent of a parish cloqe
to Cambr`lte,: who bad made hime4L
very unpopular with a certain clasi of
the university satudot by hia forcible
sermons agat st drunkenness.. A short
time after tJa delivery of one of these
philippics the good doctor was walking
toward Casqbidge when he met sev-
eral undergradtaate., who thought they
saw a chance for revenge. According.
ly they stopped him and with moct
.politeness urged him then and there to
deliver a sermon. They Insisted on his
preaching to them from a hollow tree
on a text of their own selection, the
one word "Matt."
Resistance being useless, the doctor
quietly obeyed and, assundng his pul-
pit manner, delivered the following'
armon:
"Beloved, let me crave your atten-
tion. I am a little man and come at a
short notice to .preach from a short
text to a thin congregation in an un-
worthy pulpit Beloved0 my text s
'Malt.' I cannot divide it Into sen-
tances, there being none; nor Into
words, there being but one. I must
therefore divide It Into letter.
"M t moral. A is allegorical. L las
literal. T ts theological.
"The moral ste to teach you good
manners. Theretol, M--my masters, A
-all of you, L-leaeveoff, T-tippling.
'The allegorical is when one thing is
sa ken of and another meant The
thTng spoken of Is malt; the thing
meant is the spirit of malt, which you
make M-your weat, A--our apparel.
L-your liberty, and sT-your trst.
"Tb# literal 1 aSoordting to the let-
ters, M-much, A-ale, i-l1 tte T-
thought.
"The theological t aoeeorwlag to the
effects It works: M-muMder I w aso
A-adultery in others L-oaiesa of
life in most, and T-ttrchery Ias any.
"I shall conclude the asnetoBet at by
way of exhortation, M--my maatSe, A
-all of you, L-listea, 1-to my t.et.
second by way of easttB: M-w4my
masars, A-all of you. Ir-look for, T-
the truth. \
"Thirdly, by way of commualeating
the truth, whebh is tle: A d rnkard Ms
the annoyance of modesty, the spe of
civility, the destruetton aef eaao, the
robber's agent, the klMsahoe M eb -
tor, his wife's Borrow, hbs h Men'A
troble, his own shame, a& amalbe.s
aewE, a walking swill bowl, the pinare
of a beast, the monster of a ma.'
Then Dr. Dod deeded ftie his
arboreal pulpit and rammed hi walk.
teaving a very bhameftaed and fae
hi sta Coaregatlot to low,at a O -
speetful distance. He was aevr way-
aiM agait to deliver extmpruMaMou
aarmses.-Serap Wook.


Wuhth onsupaous I, b eart burn.
&"rNo"meakiftyof tme am, ow
pour b&Aed. hedach *0 bu ne
won II alo m
togue, o~aft ebreath Wand a
ccotbotherftrntekat "a s a
wl4SIPM end well, vsb*nd
amnag the AMWWW PWU2W UWP

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OftieIn Halmaum B oak.

FERDINAND BAYER$
*ATTORNEY AT U~AW,


I Goiviwluz,


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a0n sell you. sity property, (im.
proved and unimproved), phosphate,
roeklig tand farminl Inds. Send hibl
a list of what you offer for sale. t14tg
. A. OARLISLE,
t ATTORNEY AT LAW
Aad Solleltor in Equity
Rea' Estate, Couveynelnlg and Gen.
eral Pretliee. All business promptly
attended to. Of lee nezi door to uns
otle. GAUsvtUs. FLoamIA

NOTION OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DWa UNDR'SoTION 8 or CHAPTi
04M LAWS OF WKORIDA.
Notloe I hereby rive thbt Annie Jenkins.
puwohanr of Tax Cortileate No. 1OL. dated
the hr day of A i A. D. t11. has
filed m eartfiaevf te ,ny ofoe. and
has moed apo"oamto for .ta deed to Sane
in "0oordaoce with law. Said certilieate m*
braces the follUowl demrlbd d operty -
id Ia Alftmohbum coty. Ftriajda. towit:
Lost locek e. Brawnnlusr' ne Addtion to
Twemidl aid beinr mweied at the date of
theb Imunmoe of suehb ooertloate I the name of
Unknown.
Unlso saMid oertlloate ball be deemed ae-
oordi to law, tax deed wU Issue thereon on
the list da of J 1A. .
Wle ofideure and Meal this
bsi 55t1 dia Of May. A. I D Wl
S. 3. WIENGES.
pd Cleak OClrou tCouo Alaheua Co.. FtM.
NOTICe OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DWED UNDMR SUW NO OF CHAPTIn
45B. LAWS O FLORIDA.
Nouee Is hereby rilvs tht W. S., rooee.
themer C eteo No. 7,
d t %b *tk da of Ju ,. D.a Mi, bh
oed mead eer oIn y oe. and
bas made wia orx SN ded to sIne In
oowdame wth law. Sd s eertUoate Ne
braMcs f tollowbt de4sOlbd pey i"tu
sted t Alsobas euasty owty:
8 I-4 of Se 1-4 Hbe. 1R. 1-40
saMd lead hitin n',$.ed at te date of
Ik -se Of butee Ic UUte tbe -am eof
Dnis- es rtse Ae hbe redeemed MW
ee, Mr to la ,a*xdeed we tereme
%t gus an o isi.weoas.m"a

3d oik Obeot ah Alefta Co.. Ia.

E. H. MARTIN

Pratical
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SRol-Top Desks
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alagih O'jAA O, S8. 0..btp awail.
lbs ?hs- Stsin4s fi t 0rALA Service
Clyde New Sg nd and Southern Lines
F resiht bvlpg JMio tb L3LBQTON and
Cal tj s Chairisooebogth wab.
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Betwen JACK&Wo#4 V Lt' wnd SANrFOD
Stopping at Pslath, Aator, Bereeford"( ),a*9dMl atermedite Landip
on St. Johas 1iVr.k
Steamer "CITY OF JACK ONVILLE"
Is appointed to fail as follows: Leave 'Jcklsonvllle @vct0u1, 1 cesdbr id
Thuedajl, 8:80 p. m. Ruturaliag, leave Slordl, Mondag,
S We4oesdaes da4 sFXtd .S:8 i an.

eaowa. e, ltULu
Lea ;:4 pm...................Ja khAvnille.................Arrive 2:0
8:46 pm ... ........ .... P tt..................... Leave 8:((, pa
8:00 m ................. ... ... ito .............. .. 8:801 m
........Bero ford (DeULnd).;.............. 1:00
Arrive l:80 am..t........ .......... 8 ford .................... 9:80 a
o1000 am........... ... ....E rp ..... ............. O( a
PAB8ENUGER AND TICKET OFFICE', 13 W. BAY ST.,JACKSONyILLE
F. M. Iae loxmma. Ja., A. G. P. A., Jaeksonville, Fia.
Jonx P xiL, T. P..A., A. 0. BHAgsTTy E. P. A.,
JaoksooliIle. Fia: Pier 60 N. k., New York.
0. H. TATeLO, P. T. M., 0. 0. Bxowx, G. P. ..,
290 Broadwgy, Now York.
L. b. Joxs, T. F. A., \ L, 8. fScoasL 0. A.,
Jacksonville. Fla. Leeaburg; Fla.
W. G. Coom. Ja., F. A., CLToM MLWs, 0. F. A..
Jaeksouovlle, Fla. Pier 8 N. R., New York.:
C. P. Lovui., Agent, JeeksonvlIle. Fla



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Connection made at Dowllir Park for all trains to and from Lie 1Oak t(r l'I r, t M
Alton &ad Mayo Junetion for Mayo. Alton and all liater-edlate po ts.
For Inrmatloo as to conneetlons with other lines.'phbore or call or (C err l'P
Agent: 'phone 14, Lewin BulMding. Live Oak.
THOMAS DOWUNG. President R.I4 hOPKINS. General Pis-er,' AV ,'t.
LvTs O.a. %PLoRA.

The clmatte of e East Coast of Florida
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no pluader at o a ? UUey
stare and mat I= 0 o p ten d to m dout
Sblow open Hum o a. oth I



theofrotd by ied and which I did, and in les
,y was fnatatly swe. four wk. I a, m d I,







By thil time *te tow n I.g of Cutirl Soap, ,utiuam Oint-
roaused and pursuit Ot thep5 W W. t and Catoura ills and I found
L Tny lame us allvTqy uooeuul. My fsiduwere
utTer fro e the yreiht tuutr WM May 24, 190.".



tilowed otby m wa s .poItcBa, w WM. wai R ele o 'dnI

no0 yaplu and arr at he a, k iA %hey
srb irs Joseph arroll t tefl n re had it for five moltha all,
STh. to oiler Tob e a B ed te atwit body and we hat d to m doct t,

y thlae tieo ofd"at o M0. So i her uaw the Cuticura RoemedOef




Srction of b aNigto. Te amdvertied and bought the Cutioura,
ro police were noted au t t i Soap and Cutieura O atment and Cuti-
bith shotgun s, and iThomias u er Plls, and after uing them it wasn't
3sh were wounded with beolihot be- but a short while before she was cured,
r they woulan d give up. My other child was also aqu icted and
trie robe rs tew us. Cutti&ura Remedies cured her also.
-UWe think the Cuticura Remedies the
AS TO RHEUMATIM. bet on the market, and wealway keep
-ar the Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ont
A ell-deflned case of rheumatlsm madti band. R Owuon, Love-
b generally recognized by mpediWal M t"aw s ay 3t1oea 0e.
utr as one op the mot de had it for ultfie months a
prolemt with whiobh the have to oimn 'tbodyand we had twnE o doi.s M
ea It hai been f tound, howe6ro, by h-.- *w the Cutieura Iemedwe
the experience of able dhysidoans that PLOT AGAINST KAISER.i
anch benefit results from pattang'the ---
saerlcr from rheumatism ander the Thirty-Five Russian Students Are Ar.
bollo wng treatment: Before each rested by the Police. d
beal there is adwinlstere d an anti- London. May l27.-sThe Berlin cor-
rheuwatic tablet composed of $2 respondent of the Daily Mae l says:
raLs Sodium Bi-Carbonate, 3 grains The warren t recently of several Rdi s-
*Salicylic Acid and 1 minim Wine of alan students here was the result of
Colchicum. This is to be followed accumulated evidence that they were
hluimriiattly by a glass of Vath. Af* associated with toe Rusiio-German an-
ter each meal the patlegat is given anch Istu plot to assassinate the kal-

A.d tt R HEM A IS btO th e pers ton and the movements
of the euterora Thirty-lve, incluinc g
Lrwort aind 14 ous. water. The three h women. were arrested. Twen-
tIt enll, continued for a emti lady, hve ixnce been released up-30,."
'iJ to vone most ratfynt result, on the alihment of their compare.







pro escriptiton given above ay were expelled from the country. The
druggt can compound, pol, by ce had to act hardly n ka
eXerlenc the arrtofab a one man ad woma
o'*oOyvi Summons Governor, tried desperately to escape.
much benefit resummoned thq f overora f Yu Dont
ffrer from Ke and Odetss aud the Thirty-Five Rulan Students Are A
ingf Kiev Vroeatment: Befo ara- ch rested by Itant Police. The
m a Tt.h ar id other edflaes, to atet iv relator. A positive
t ..e"e ntou trenl e ure fo ndon. May 2,tP .-T he Berala. M
r Sodium ab tho i The arrest and areently of several Rus.
llAcid and h im Wine of r. s -. of udents or, e was the wrest
olchcum. This is t followed wfe ha been cesat Hterbte tor
tC bern eah meal the ime givend. arst'sPflot to assassinate e yeka.







SFluid Ext ract of B. 17-Mr. t s aDelteu proofs wer found that
AV Cordial CtamFberlatla who with th feper whanich s e movements
,,ot tc -ntdi n ere for aote th whatomen, were aa ersted. Tw.
to give mour to g atglaad in Sold by W. e Johaeont
s ved can hacomp h, but ad tonjncton DasotlInd. k
't o consideraRle time Nrw York, May 27--Th' trjunrtton
~'.~-e, tie will be able obtaaind by Waiter N .I:r ---- W. IlJ'. ;rnrm appearing uiard'r say
Corea to a Ca cther aenas-emn wa s dtican an d IoD


~'i. Ax.,,May 27.-- a oe~d~w-i;n -fJthe Appel'sf. d1%,',viun(f
3 W"Jv~raier 3. &. How- the 9ps-ipme oart. [)lxv' lit fnow
;'-t, '~Nur~y-&ev~cut~k son- free t4 aj'pear In vatrlevlilt. r'IN('
j the Southern VeS. was cingagf4 !-v Lawrence In tot:,t
'I aagwith tbe staRna &pear fr three season$ in 'The Man
Hethe Tie A that i'on the lBO." IM$% e lft the com-
'n'jrJunclug iof beaslidC- pony a fewemouthss age, Justic In-
ble msmoft d th WOygrab amsaid thait'be cotractM bet 8 4 0
!:,toblemw. lawreucesand Dimey w"asoWOMBiSin
is character..

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I .AIN EANSVILL.


Beneficent epidemics are scarce, but such a one has struck Gainesvilli
and people of every station and occupation have the* fever,
It is most interesting and inotructive to study the Anstantly changing
line of applicants for Pocket Banks as it files through The Sun's busine s
office. There is thq mother, bringing her daughter with her and securing a
bank for the girl, another for herself, and inquiring anxiously whether she
may have another for the boy who is at work. She receives it promptly.
Boys come-i-ome are steady, herious-faced chaps who have begun to
think on their own account, and who ask qtiestions about the operation of
the scheme which show the, re~surt of rubbing up against th, world.
Then the High School girls awil h )ys, gay and active, while the work.'
man and Ihuinesq man "slip inl' during the moon hour to get a bank for thi.
tog or girl at h6me, after asking tone or two leading quost!oni to make sure
there is no joke alxhut the 25 cents. N


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PHIFER BROS.,

BANKERS


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is hade, will be given to everyone pho avail e ,um of this opportunity.
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St At rtaw hours
'. Bwtoe thome from Ml-
y opy, where has been on a visit WI S
Shis parents, Mr. and Mrs. &- C.

A Among the visitors to this city Is
SMiss Roale Coxe, a charming young 1
AL of Palatka daughter of Hon. M. SAL E
it 1% Coxe, county judge of Putnam for
mHs om1"1ear. Miss Coxe Is a guest of her
lp PAO sister, Mrs. A. L Glass. Her numer-
T ad at erI ea Gainesville admirers are delight-
TnM 9 N ed to welcome her amln. We have placed on sale the bptas.
S fr Miss Bprtha Hodge of Live Oak was sortment of Plain and Colored L 4
Ol via i n hd In the city yesterday on business con-
j w caing i = | l s nected with the office of County Super- and Organdies ever s4own at the low,
a nw ima Sf Oi otendent Kelley. She is engaged In Special price of-your choice for
A f* w teaching, having just closed a success*
tf e at SuN oate. yu .uidie t..o' '' t tul term of the Alton school LaFayette
IFW the b fr t~ywriter for sae. Ap- county, ana miy decide to accept a |,
hmdet priem all TM P p01t 144 o position in Alachua county. I
To L*-L^ower INV. fMt1 1 W. A. Snowden of Micanopy was J. E. Haynesworth of Hayuesworth .
finmshed. Mrs. Ola0 p1 W0i .ecty Sunday. and C. Y. Stephens and James Chesa. Se front Oenter counter.
tanile. fr sale or rent. Apply at nut, a committee appointed for the i
Le Graham has retarld from emc to Geo. W. Scooeld, asan lekne. purpose, havO recently divided the es.
Worthlston, Who be s ttwo Aln Goolby and Sheenan Thomas tate of thelate Furman .l Williams
Sdays delightful. o were trading n the among the various heirs and benef. M O N EY B ACK ILK S
T. J. Swearinges. the 0a4al Sr Mosty yeterdey r clareas, as provided by the will. This
.mrator of KanfpaS* spent uanday committee concluded Its duties here
tb bhig family in this .. Mr. an1 Mrs. ,W. A. McGrlffof Saturday. e have secured the sole agency of
oi easopy spenk Sunday with relatives
Jrn Geo. P. Long n4 dM e ad mods i this eity. Miss L. E. Reed of Boardman, a the celebrated Money.back Bilks--every
gaiUn have returned tfio Cedar d fthi ty niece of J. R. Emerson of this city yard guaranteed or your money back.
Vy, where they spent A fl .1 do. Jm She&, thi efficient .linotype passed through sinesville a day or yard g uaranteed or yo on back.
opeator of The Sun, returned yester two recently n rout to Tallahassee, regular f the bet grade is
wvbfully, day from a brief visit to Jacksonville.cently rt to Tallah ee The g p of the best rade i
Miss Ethel Waits of Rawthrn f mI where she will enter the summer $1.75 per yard all over the world, but we ,
in the city. having 8 tO 1o For ais-A new room house; a normal. Miss Reed to an efficient
at at the University o eme 3roo servants' house and one acre teacher, and has been employed in have decided, in order to INTRODUCE
exercises. 't. Apply to P. 0. o 1i. the Bradentown school, just closing the silk in this section, to make the price
Delicacy and strength ae Bl4e Mrs. J. 8. Jolley has returned to a successful term.
atbbon Vanllla by fat dth meot d. her home in Lake Butler, after a The alarm of fire was turned p r yard
ablee to use in cakes, 104 e 1 eam M btkef visit to relatives here. from Box o7 at 11 clock Monday. p* ya
unmmer desserts. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Andrews of which summoned the department with for the month of May.
Arthur S. Harris, a popuWlr travel. Tloga were among those who paid its usual promptness to the home of __ ,
fs4 salesman of Savannah, who Gai nesvllle a visit yesterday. S. J. Thomas. The fire originated
his home In this city for some. tane, Foreman F. M. Prewitt of The Sun in the kitchen roof, but was extin- Come to see us. Our store is not the
Is apong the visitors to 01alnllle, composing room, left yesterday for guished with but little damage. bi est but it is the best in thi section.
sce of several weeks at her former Jacksonville. He will return today. Mrs. J. H. 'Iruby, who left here ig ut t t n t econ.
home, Samson, Ala., and Fort Guftee, Have your stationery printed at The several week ago to join her husband
Ga.. has returned to the itty. Her an office. First.lass work promptly in Portland, Oregon, writes her father, M rS R Wilso n
friends are delighted to welcome her dIlivered at reasonable prices is our V. Duke, to the effect that uhe Is
lain. motto. well pleased with the Golden West,
Dr. Benton, professor of physics at Captain and Mrs. J. M. Dell and and that herself and family are enjoy. mr '
the University, was called a day or Col. John B. Dell were among those ing the best of health. She adds ........ .. o
two recently to Sewlckley, Pa., on ao- who spent Sunday at Worthington that The Sun isa regular daUy visitor M un& Vern.on I.odt*
count of the serious illness of his 8rrlngs. to the Truby household-and a most No. 0S, Knights of Pj
mother. Crickett Prewitt of Waldo, editor welcome one bt that, as it keeps the thlf., meets toniMht alt e on inen
Solid carload bananas will arrive and publisher of that sprightly little family in touch with the happenings 8:00o i their Ohstle Hall
Friday morning, and will be sold papV., The News, was in Gainesville here. 'Mr. Truby holds a position as over Dutton's Bank. C'AFE-RIITAURANT.
cheap at wholesale or retail. Located yesterday. cashier In a large bank Ivn Portland. Work m firn rank and oominlstion of -----
at Weston's old stand, east side Wanted-Manager for branch of- olB<.r.. Visiting brothers woleome, (Ne*t to Po floUie.)
nare. A. Chresostooldhes. fice we wish to locate here in Gqines- W. T. Pouo 0. 0. E. A avs. K ----
Mrs. T. J. Pre att of Trenton, ville.. Address, with reference. The of R. A NOTIO. .
tho has been here f r the past few Morris Wholesaje House, Cincinnati, -- .-------- Bglaning April lot we will pll
rs on a Visit to Merems W. W. Colson Ohio. To Out Friends and Patrons. or Nummer rt of $4 per was,
i" gone to Largo, where she will Mrs. Jag. A. Nellson and daughter, Sitice making our announcement meala-s-od $i trad.ogtiekets. A
be the guest of relatives for while. Miss Victoria, of White City. and that we would close our banking busa. 1 first-elms in l ery npret. nw.
Mrs. G. Henry Patch, after an abI M3. D. H. Nellson of Jacksonville, I ness to take effect on June 18th, 1907. large eleetrtl f#an, Insurting somfo-k,
ar7 in the city attending the Univer- we have sold our building, _xtures
Mrs. Andrew Jolly of Waldo, wTo sit commencement exercises. and vaults .to W. R. Thomas, G. K. COLD DIIINI0 OF ALL 11N1 .L
1as called here on account of the Broome. HH. Dutton, C. W. CW. hae,
ad death of her siste~, Mis. Rhetta Miss Minute Lee of Melrose, J H. Vidal, 8J.J. Thomas and J. B. Cofe the bt. Everyth le
Strifkland, which occurred Saturday, of Alachua county's popular and am Padgett. wellknown business men In .eeo. Ote BeooRd too rerp
returned to her home yesterday. Sh tious teachers, has been assigned to Poi eity and county, who will organslore, me oa to od
bthe Jennings Lake summer normal this city and county, who will organi se f sportsman-
%a, aommpanled by her sister ,Mrs. _la banking Ikn company to be conducted OPIN EARLY and LA
. E Futch, who will spend a few school, which will open in a short this ban ding. In order that there .
Srcuperating at Waldo. time. ay be no discontinuance of the bank--
SErnest Neck of ..tk spent a few ny buses ness n this buildaneg, we bave
hours Sunday with friends o this de1 ded tobuinelnes until n twe xave
c aity. Mr. Neck is a mailesilst by oa Gene ral Bank the otion of the new
H ERI citytrade, and has been employed at Jhe h rpenl vatlon of the new com a -y
__eHigh Spring. shops of the Atlantie D f At w hask our frisads ,o

viit igfis Mns Ruth Price of Spring(op s business with the new firm. It wUl l OIuM| Shut
hvisitting friends l High Springe for ... be managed by wine and oo eervatUve
Ames a fw days. Friends of the Price business men whom we baid known II ti fM m .
l family ylll regret to learn that they in a business way for years, and we........--
n des, will leave Mlicanopy in a few days. Ibespeak for them a liberal patronage. ll 1
sheales to make their home ln L4eland. We W ol Misses Ruth and Freddie Wa*n- te 0Ac ut Oft the 18th, all cheks wtill be paid with I * *
-Hl wright of Biarke. and Temile Doke of out interruption, and certite.t of --
'O'D Oo *R*sL E S*S Monteocha. are Ia the city, guet. depot. redeeed., with "teret" 0D BREAl B
REPTr o ^ RPR~-,,, ,O b attend the University commence erh ntse H.r. DUTTON COMPANT. _
S --mi, -' ent exercises. May 2tnd. 1907. D IIIiE
K Wny w*dtr tast rgsn mr Chbs. H. Brown. a prominent banker .arm s I S
ar >udi -as s*ad bustness man of Live Oak. wa. _rm_ _S urveyor J. W Pattom ha re-turn- u ,ae ,Me 3So
l* tet at the Brown House yesterday. lA fromj Alahua. wberehe has bees o ,S


Tfl ..ODQ f W. allnother liveOak people.. Mr. Brown a n ofessional business. He reports
"on is Imbued. with -the "ve Oak "p Corporations and 'h. P.usa".. over" theo re"t d..s IT's IOW Wawr u S
-M C* and never tires of talking of the good cover of phosphate nt that settlof
a "o -s things to be found there. vt-er high. so. "fv'"..b
people visiting this ty Is Dr. P. .. oer student of &A Pari aBAKid semi O.h
p S CarmIebhael, a detist of that town. nary, and a very popgla yeasg man h SCN T AM
S*ft'lect n i 1" C haeme as a visit to fta 4f ferl will OWN ft here has returned to hs bo. aftur K
f mtd ersfp 3 _; pwd.e. Iii. s a yoenla sa of psl cv amlgitsps trratmaIt as rw a visit of a rfew days to mhis nt. Mrs
C .4etrL g aUaue iand lever d J. x WatnwrigbL .Mr. Ceae was on
V"s Tom*sse**asame l Iroute home *ogn Champaign III. WILLs AID
eM. g tese" w| h lu.g paid Ite&lWp Aeuets wbreT be has bes atte gdisl coii-- I
--- tse .. -- ----- --m mcmI- I.
EW Waxer isal 0o as bee emloyed; s e
as ast ofe ubabut Air Usei afm -f bp a s ow 1,a o BmTtUS aa
n *.-, I, giwjayb-bl ..s .,.i - the Bialo.M O, ,id of Tird, &A4
-h Al- of Gase 'ille at e o. .


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