Title: Gainesville daily sun
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 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 29, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01128
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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POWYN, '01W MG#uuty In Tg
i~b'n nd Came-kgi hof'

CAfntoj k.!.,MAY 2IS-A-t J:01 p
to. suaw -iatertmon1 Mrs.' BtmiCey
tell 11110 AU' slo" that knows n
swakevim. ,Thi tran t~is idam 'alIft
to death 4"'SO epe"CeaI Av gradNa

ytgt1ant physke)Aas and atteadante,

*A. so "struggle sopalm.
Mrs'. MacK1ayipej er knew of Ibhe of-
to rts rued. tot days to probe* Ihor
lift, nor' bf tho sojlcitous hoot agalnt
hoo'p.sir 'fh~ltlAnd otbe relative.
mand 61664, tor her rcove r.


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o0 tAiN t ilO U'ifTWARD.

Jao40 N. ahitWs a the f the J A .
S* II. "* .My4.. 1Kialey's last Words were
se YTork, ar th.-4( "1 d t A40 .3 a atteadant akid: ,"Mr..
S1aiff, the pridacpal speaker at, th ME4lamy would say, 'Why should I
ausaal dinner of the Jewish B aev- p Itager Please God, it It is Thy
lent soolety B'Na B'Rith. talked "f will, why derr ft.' khe would say
tu8i hg the Jew"ih W*ie of ItanMtra- I "., 'I is gone now, and lt Is.
tloU to.theb4outah ad west, Mr. 8oh llark o me.' Other kindred express.
a tid that as nmed lmmtirat o sens would -also fall from her lips."
was comtag to this ntry. At the McKinley bome when death
"eech as InWmltsalo," he said, "Is, ame there were preeest Secretaly
forced Into the, aorth Atlantie battles. CortelsW, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Bar-
Ife should take time by te orelock r r, Mrs. Barah Dunan, Mrs. Ld-
and while we are welepsth the Jews ther Day, Justice ad Mrs. William
to thie ooustry. we ht 1d turn the t. Day, 'Drs. Wotjma s and Re
Ude of ttmgraes tet the1Nocrth and the aures.
AtlantiUo oeU. e is a l'reat, "Mrs. MfCtnley'lasted hourn lang-
Amerlan latetlaht, in wehi thee i r than we expected." sa the sores.
ont tea per oent 1 of 5* Owpai'- tary. "Her vitality ts Woeaderfui."
tios. This groat territory hmiold am said Dr. Portmea a.
ooamoodate many of the Jew aO ua-' Th~I funeral array seats. so far as
happy lan north Atlahtte toWv IAte- made, re that Dr. Dutoe will have
ly a movement has bee4 ata0ed or chareP of the ervwew. which are to
this purpose. WeOeaaMteSoefttW be simple, and they will be held at
work than to ad thlS 4ases, to aAke the McKlaley residesme at 2 o'clock
the ilhmigrant weleoas, set tl the Wednesday. Secretary Cortetlyon I
crowded olties, but tlo thI8 O." direettng the arrangemeta., and will
remain bhere until after the funeral.
M,00 te Wage Rait*. Sketch Of Me. MeKInley.
Bostoa. May U.-4L'h-e. aMtrl I Ida antoa MctlanA was borm la
ward movement la the waMges NW Canton, Juae 8, 3I87. Jamen A.
0u1land cotton mil operaUve Mos*- zcSon, her father, a eas lantellec-
4ay saote4 ashet 8.I.M0 ear0sl tuea and progreeele hb aeai a0 ma
Rhee Island, souatheaS a S Wo ead banker; ba vtf~ a lady of e.-
ran Maaauchusetts Anbry. i -s., treordluary culaturesN a laeme't.
fpwaswale and ether plase la atbh- Ida "sfxtoa wae tesad to a bowe of
aea New sglaad. Tie a4 M I omatort mad 0ease. Af r atteoang
the meteons named meta a o m t Oa.n a hools, she w a pupil at a
Sper eat. arty ng4t moth It pivtate t e SU, 3Y. Ltr
w" expected an Isoream t @s pr{ se went to a ClsevWAO aeadety al-
At Il be given Ia tmay i tatlhebd her ed sth at Slek Hall
ether aauuuelrtg tieultrdit. ateminary, wMeats, S, where she
a 'boaidllsa of New att Uair speai three yeams.
g-a oft 100.t 0 hande vieS 5 Part of the year" 1f ae young wo.
1ia Is fully maaame. manhood were speat the Staft
,- ,, eomaty bank, wMih be Iaged to her
L*er Trvublea MUlaplt A father. On R verast eemeadoes she had
rMg, May .* -Labolr tie~iM I O harge of the tlstitutria.
Mltiplytl a nberila. ,I While she tashl Sudasy school ta
have desleA to all a gue twlafa t Preubyteria obaw r. youns law-
May w. mso of t"heb tlaIpte. j@, WlUtam MoKlatr, J3., was ae-
who have baA worktag Sm bihm-1 p1etpo dest of the rit Methodist
where tMhe te t6h doee l et v S ts oal Sunday esabot. Amosa
dec"led ah tr 1- h a my "admirers and asftns, the hbad.
4g14. se yo gaa atoler, who bad bees
wit Orant and Si 9 aa wed eam *fd.
f~th^M rWaie ^ ttoa la is e aremrai Valley,
oaea ,e,,, My N.-- ar - ~w the favored es.
egmk ge. a seweln g"ne eaten, t%.r bo the
Naght to the 0vet k.ph were "spoea t is sble, wh"a
se". Mr. oae led o e a0o owas gr ae*-
eaTi be* s Vasale m a "as*

*fata *thew. a t,.

te some .on "ortA

Hnowed to thim by 40 man hM.ow
-that Mrs. Mo o* a health t #'k*
do0a ufoTer the tbtiM of rie athat
W their. Two eMidren were bore
.to thoiA-two dausOtew-Katles ao
Ohristunas day, 181, a'd Ida, on
April 1, 1TI But te hurt strains
of the mabther's tedtadeit Jove wore
broken when Ida p ed asway in As-
fust, 17$T "
. The, Orst bornm ived for three and
o-4h0) yMer., to bosme anshrined
4a 4waudWops vt her dfV*te4 t*i.
at* m d he' the passed fro eirtt
Theo t was that tho almost beolph-
hearted wiVfe bec4a sn invalid.
Her tUo as wf of WUli&m Mogin-a
ley was 4 aost happy and devoted
rne. Ther never "kept hose" while
b0 was In 0onareas because o her
fgtvalld state. Bl howevere, "ir.
ed to be with him as much as possl-
ble, and9 spent much time In Washine

On hi campaign tours, while he
was' agressmen governor and pres-
t ei,,.., ,mureyed with him as far
.At te Govenor 'McKinley's term ol
*fte headed, they came to Canton In
Jas*W y, 1896, In time to celebrate
thefr idlter wedding anniversary to the
iset b4mhe of th r early married life.
TbhIs wedding annialverday was the
benainDg of a year ani two month'Is
refdance an Cat*, o r dalg Wa c eh
t0sae Mr. McKitoy wit l nominated
and e1eted prelde4t e the United
tates. w i Ier

To end Deliberate Attempt MWade
i Near Gold 41ill Aila.
Columbus, Ga., May 28.-A bold
and deliberate attempt was made &at.
urday a*Or Gold Hill, Ala., to 0re0r
a Central of Georgia railway paseht-
ger trdl that was enrout etrom Bitr
miunhirm to Columbus.
Just as the train rounded a curve
the engineer maw an obstruction on
the track and he massed to stop the
train In time to prevent a serious m -
Two erosaties had been placed
across the rails, evidently with fbad*
lah designs, for, a halt mile further
d1own the track was another tie found
on the rails. The q gtee struck the
.Arst obstruction, bat the train bad
alnost-stopped at the time, and the
collision was not of each former as to
cause derailment.
A negro was seen ainsg through
the woods when the,frain came to a
stop. and it was supposed that he was
the Suilty party. He was pursued.
bat made his escape.

So term In Alaeme,*
Montgomery, Ala. May, 28.-.All
wire saviam In Montgo&ery was etd-
omty lapatred Suaday alght asd
tret 'rilway tralo was asuspeaded
because of a wind stom, which be-
Iea blowiag early ta the mev qla. The
wlad mec.he4 its bighet point, at 7
o'clock, when the voeloty registerted
* nesa sa hour. Seeas of electrite
poae were blowa, d@a t the weet-
part of the elty amd tat maecta
less left la dariea tr a time. ITe
Straveld of to the moth, aot
h n. bt a heavy rain tU. All
em miMnaUh between Moetaemmry
sad Iglato Math was ora Utam ,er
jy f5t, but was agaia s aritaly rt i
edt aad aglan lot. sorot IMi oe
etay St Isfia are t'at a high tond
phased over we t .1a aliama hab t
U ,ass. eatrrylg destreee of are,
NV behae 1. No ease...e are.

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*ore Radical Policy In Treat.
tent of Corporations,


S ys That the Most Wholesome Thing
Weould Be the Putting in Jail of
*0e Prominent Men Who Hold
High P altions.
ChicagO, May 28-A dispatch to the
Trbshne frdm Washington, says6
The Interstate commerce jnmfl .
Ion has decided on a radical poli.. in
the treatment of corporation s whict
persslt in violating the law. PR's-Ss.
ed ot authority to investigate ev
phase of railroad business and having
the p6wer tp bring about tho puriii.
'ment of Individuals as well as corpr.
Jtlons tie commission is pust I .i
work with determlnaton. Corimis.
sioner' Judson C. Clements of (;er.
gla, who has had fifteen years' ser-
vice, iiald:
t"Ote of the most wholesome thinn
that could happen would be the \,u'I'ng
in Jail of some Alen of prominencon i
the railroad world. It wod ldb i more
than anything else to bring ai'i; 'et-
ter feeling, It would not le n,.i.
sary to put in Jail all the irpn who
OUght to be there. Just let, one or
two who hold high positions in ;:" so-
cal and business world be pi' behind
the bars. This would act as a pow.
erftl doterren *for men that would
bheltate tp Jeopardise their positions
ad satety." .
Queatlons of criminal proposition
by the 8oqualssion have been delegat-
ed to franklinn K. Lane, of Califer-
nla, one of the most energetic and
eeoo~rvative members. When Mr.
Lane wha asked:
,#Are you gonfg tosend somebody
In the railroad world to jail," he re-
"I hope that will not he rne"pm.ary.
If the railroads comply with dhe law
we will get on most harmoniou'sy,
but it the law is broken, they will
have trouble."
"Do you intend to have Ediard II.
Harriman prosecuted?"
"T'hat 'whole subject is un 'lr con-
asideration by the oonimlsijn. If Mr
Harrimaa has been guitly of an) :n-
fraction of the act to regulate comn-
mone, he will, a& a matter of courO.
be presecuted--not at all becsau he
is Harriman, but because he Is -4
ofender against the law."

Mysterious Murder of Armenian PrIt
At New York.
New York. May 28.-Up to an early
aour Moeday, though they had thor.
oghly ecoured the Armenlan part s.
the dity, the police have frl, to
make any arrests la connection itl
the murder of the Armenlan P?..
Idenated as "Father Kaspar., hbo
body, 4ofble up Ina track, *"
found Bunday la a small apartment is
the teaemeat at soon at 333 W
Thirty-seveNth street.
A motive or the crime ha sot
been doeMely established. At first
It was tho~gtt that robbery w* ,*
promptaig ase as a smta l .k -I
which the pdeet was known to car
tier abot BB neek. was found M
the trak rdIe of Its eontenTc 3t
later the fAet devedope ha tha 3
w poor. The lavestgatlt \vt
pole usvmled that the n ", ,
pregt might have beee due ' '
posrn a few f Mths ar6a ,-
temt to t-p the throame of 8*r':s
a peendaer who e now iupUs*6 *
bie ta Joser Ct.
UIS Mass Crie.
Weahltama. Mey 2' -* .
'--e 0*'e-
l- hEl t M agb s MPuts OMr
-- 4 e, |itr g*ea a *
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Onkt pU wiDhf broad-
r~iad lebeetI ry to. meet
a ofiaoqrth deprte*aoy."

i o Wfs d of
". Aodw Blead, presi

*6r bTheyd t he

.aqabissti,^l no

tele so^calfd mental stock
1*eo e; and finally o'the

1$ |th uateOtW placewhbIch are
so"^t n pbbare o glibly used

f at f rheirml mean-
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I~ Fumfture


rot the
V '#hstte' )~

,i- ai n. tl so .a_ tl .-t ".0

t~ad the c9*" qa .t*stesr t h
^ ^^^iirI be- OS..., .f CU.M(.

Is 01 .. ,..i..uon of d.... --a Adi
1.t of qu atk ent al *a 0tl hw metlold t o

ti It ist at the a~ haot and tgalrt sh he ddf ut atm
Mnew it i the apowaer of the thtras e r' sad wmid at

In t l never jano. pi 4io the prphertld ti .
Sreadabk tahe tBreshd to a .g

he I"bs e4 tese. hapadcity for It1~ of p*s creisilon thl tmhat
perso., b o eat ltof quih I ou.rdnd h i tthir and b a edgeo
!a.hlevu. o othat a s power na t, sl w eater an d of ImAt
ticW atos'la t. Ofttes, ind. esp lsgperstotdours, seums Xto us
dofd. 0 o old Egyptian o O IAsth lweoper bae 0ovid wepi3.
Intomb, the msirt lie hae But wamseibtr theat he d ot dalt
leen, p.t P ad silent theml tion;tlm o wthe m'acred t.
oflat is lhon. fa bust tnhe tasb to bl. Thllowsed eloquanim te o l
ore IlnasO 'lt srty and ltl for tite relygfithe blind adh i fotrstd a
/eahl an Oteoei saatdLbra (tortlnal th4a leading of history akd whrumo
the preca pi Into he Ianshtne tears e to fget the travail pad soro
dean t~l4* # b t a er, a saint, p the lot oerf andmph, oraeoet dra
atpomb er, I aiideatht lifherit. and god. Ab we look but di we se
age of glor80 fr th e race Thia is that itwas best; but then oly the

a n eo ... few leader.i freed from tilandorge tot
la"Tiot Bt4ftae h r Ute e iotset thi r daI lowan ed its prevaleling t er,
noblyr and Ukh$mus0l5eY, and with c. holtyetbey.ond their ay, could jond
egrat and to the task of freeing In shatteringpopular dolsty and ucommitan

the preo i pthetf bondage to ad themsele to the new oravail ander.ow
met the brala qt primitive man Chrpt stoned Stehe f nymphen, oanderseuted

great dand uNe ad dathu s that were merely thod. A we blind adhert o
ruaded him andor th e rac srvvil the old order, anitbu they took what
o e ducation. fpr e foever means sera me f necessary to preserve
"Tslot d tragi, but aloy tritelfph- the existin order, and oppose the in-mper,
oat, h ad aimou ly, aU with co u* novatiebeyonds. It has beoir a.e the customin
Sart toi* s hpe titak of frelg* with as to regulard themaols apecommiarly
oenee, espe0 lal etley of nedae to ad. themelvs w we see to the nlendor theater.
be largely the store this con ait has s Wcompith Pad nudism fall. They Judai
for the fthe ba of thp race Primitive sCaw t tonld the impen, ading rpe and thed
reman died nder the eourle of un that were merelytion, en the sorrow and thet of

kown dia Mses. Med al sl Nce at e ernes ovato. It was become the world-old

known diseases. edial iscleftoe at bithern-? It was the worl"dol

last came to his
him from a terror

rescue and fed
which he'did not

understand. Primitive man was limit-
ed by mountains, pad riverss and the
narrow cones ofe his own small
range. Science harnessed steam add
yoked the ltaIb to her charriot,
and brought t i 'a the tSage that
he shUld b a freet n tnhabitant
of a great ftre worft. A steadily
against adverse ooagiUooa,edctation
has fought Ior freed;i hasI wea ts
victorlos In the past,' old w a win
Its greater victories, I to h day to
"In Its seond and highest *,ense
the liberating power of a ititre has

to do with narrowoas, bigotry, preju-
dice and pride. Here, too, education
has done a mlhty work for the oaus
of freedom, but a ighty wrk re-
maina yet for It to do. f P ere It
touch ourselves and our 4eu t
tpre oi aso; and her as In the
I pwt, we beettate and Atuise. Will.
SIngly or unwillingly we rooggate the
plainer tacts of history, but we rft
m lern their leweqa. p
00m or set an arthsrary Jmlt to
their sIaficlance. ft la I$ we OW
mater the mnashaph 04 mal c s
i'Mde of the cave,' w ar the
S eit ftaacleo of t tbhieh a ait
ha always hM I the Mt6MtI
Ia t ftvedol, and his atW0 S the-
tUft vitories of tiWtkh ad k
Ie@ Vietory l as I"eMvtAe a
' ath. and these sea
bi ted Moats o the cava.u 00,&R4
be adttMred be. Oe 04

W t faoti a ko em U a
to mat I.MIdtt'laW," to

us Wi tw4se aN rWt-., W -
under a "404 W. m e p P |N>
Peo ple Ww fte N s L
tol W ai tM Avte lln th st.ftl
toa rctsace I IMM i Web

struggle between
new-the world-old

the old and the
ever-new worship

of the Idols of the cave.
"All progress to our present state
has bewt over many Mattered Idols,
once held dear. If we inquire why
progress hb been so tragic, we shell
find the reason in the blind worship
by each ma and age and race of Its
own Idols oteav6 and tribe and
market place, beosaue the attitude
and act of worship is both gromaded
In and tends 'to 'ppite mental
modes whieh ae se tlly opposed
to change.' These established ientat
modes are conmoaty lethargy and
fear, and a lack of humility or
teachableness, and a hick of faith.
Lethargy rules the aws of men. who
eat and drink and t ftb h Me con.
tent. Pear rle t even wider
sway the minds of me nd many even
who should be ldrIs the march
of process look to t Mare big-eyed
with some fear e at ~h Pride al-
lies Itelf with M f to support the
Idols of the day, sad oppose a prog-
rem from them to btaW hlng. Each
age and rac t aks H a way the beat,
andit creed amd ppsoie the euld.-
naton of the s s. 'w are unteawb-
abl either by of history or
the prophecy of be Considertal
our tme ad war att. we are m,-.
pasat e at of mi. and proudly
rpetdlate the N t tterme.t
"Both tear a&1 d" bi their bait
ad their blwa lv* %the lak o
Ilh-hlack of l )argr. vital,
fath mi the gSlty ad hfa
ete .tory of mm Ma ** *io s.d
No glory at lifeG. We bhlad a
to mall chlevemymo; ye lunit am
to time MAd 4Os. *lted le teI
tanna taem. we B a I val :
ened to t atl priaeea.w
OW atea the ovi f thtt wve
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abe s I.41.IWS ~ ~ g.~LOS, 60 Winter 8trget,
~~ ~ ~ RSM *TdBwRvmcomn"., writes:
v*41with a Dwo a ?imkhan:-
jt'm1rthtI u. ako 116 a it *de untold mi lfor tbrm
,1l1s r lj ` hMP of Lif har o
I No ow 1a"16 0to tw1IsVeetaleCom.o
ui4 be& their "4estwuTO work. i 0CLC! beg~ioan an 10
~ * 713 as AlftVd fattI4 fInd yr advice, and to~day

of Tir.~ons I )aM tri" but could not go
muil~tU, ~siptI@SO AwdL*.I P.Coni'der your w'odj
sq's~ ~~~~~~- d"4609"y edj byIu = le*YW5 DAfor suffering Women.$
l~g~tWOU~W whoawe ~osoh N Women paiiiflgthrough th~scritical
Ubsp VOWof "o he6:ee Dr~o Ooizld rely upon L.d~I
&M40asy be.VOIt~be eCompound It
Mrs. r-A eAre.S~ utnhilng bout you~r ca
(~rw 1014, wases: wadn' uderstand write to sirs.
SMk S4.Ben#fad, wie: a, LYA. Mass.. for adv ivI
3.% Mj= &VX~l oa Is ofree and has guided thouban, to
poundi. theIdak Udwfi@I for warn who health.
When a medicine has bainl kuccesful in restoring to h1ealth,
actall huad f women, yott eansot well say Without trying
it, "I do zot behaeve it will help me"' It is your duty to vourgell
Andfawily. to ley Lydia Eq Piukbazns VqetiAbloCompound.

.OALSBY UAC3NERY 60. Portable and!-uim". %

Work sli I tprove'c'4
Oeuier Crank En~rtne-.
thte special work t'. .&
ticsi of eniine~.t
gold on Ilherii. t

wito fto o 'Wlw N'r-tim lipctaloge ndurcc. o alte*Its* carried in s'.tfr
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bes ea rwal 5.551 w a~ssaf mysat nu t ermslsow d Dmesw 3ze5fl
no asasc somoo aa5.,beaes".eearporsdotlb s.Sarbsaaw am olbofl
reesolved ans tmeorlew m.e sn pwfetal emisa i aebbage0eeMes 3SL
s"GeM* ata ew.in haUw g55w.Su"

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The Atlauntic Coast 'LneRaiIwal

MjcphAlli Ovr florida: eeto tM AtlanticCou~4ist'
Puple older" for a6Wdules td ft ~jsmetown E
aljoi Two d~I~ riM .l a ihtru U

mlan BuIDA": si,17bd"wgl W ih hrus.Pa
flk" r 8gjemn xtY dyim andfiften dYs.llmit eclr.IoaN
Uokow f a at"y.frmAPril II~ft.4to Noeinbtr :04b
Oamoh #cro.At viv low rTom.

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Impg teve

of the w iloS ldat6lli ljlS -
with a number dt 41PO a1 b0lls6
its lands, to 4 ia r10 P t
of udigtoe -td t
of which i must me l "a !nmr
Sthe calendar when -Rt .,1,
t the gavel falls,
Mr. Crane's d1rai"O.'
ei both buses, and byu attoe
*At clearly Indicated OUIJ'W
ird's strength. The 7 U
nl came up it the
tOe week, and while it to Ut
pass, Senator 4 Uhinell 0 6 0o
kobt, put up strong fight tar wa
i one of the GoverorsO' pt PO
ares. The chlet objection to thi bis
arises from the fear that it may be
tke means of foisting on nte State
a political machine, someth in, tb t
oder of the South Carolina dispen.
ary arrangement, which that 4tte,
by the way, has recently abqitahed.
The passage of tie tassey bill tax-
bg the railroads $10 a mUe regard-
IMss of their financial condition, was
something of a surprise, as the Sen-
ate had already voted down two trap-
chise tax bills. The passage ot this
bil will be strongly contested In the
House. but the general opinion is that
it will go through alT right, In which
ase Mr. Matthews of Marion will
hardlyy push his franchise tax bill.
The immigration bill has not yet
passed, and so little time now re-
mains that it may be 'lost sight of In
tit haste and confusion of the closing
ours of the session.
As for the good roads question,
that has been replied to In the nega-
tive by the House, which at a recent
l9gbt .tiuonu put no less than six
bills on the subject to sleep.
The Tampa fair bill has not yet
IpaW., but as the Tampa delegation
bere is a strous one, it will probably
prove successful. It Is generally be-
llevtd that a deal has been made
betwen the Tampa fair people and
the Pinellas county promoters by'
W ifh the latter are to support the fair
arP'.opriation bill, while, on the other
hand. the friends of that bill will con-
went to the division of HillSboro ooun-
ty. There is, therefore, but little
doubt that both bins will eventually

Governor Browarf's veto of the
Ji~kaonville chart* amendment bill
btrouced by Mr. Farrs of Duval has
l.r, rie to considerable bad feeling,
bt it i. difficult to see how the
Goeror could have doae otberwaee,
Uandr the circumstance. At the
UiM th- House re0ted to pass the
bil over the Veto, Mr. hrr"s as-
3c(e*d his intention oI Introducing
Another bill on the sam sbe; but
Mr M4elton of Duval sseaees am re
'"Pondent that this We aot -
de. AcrdingtoUatqde t ht hOw-

the popular electMIe gt the
'ill trustees, aon .'
u iais salo 6ra hi oi itia
thai the veto Was tI ruNAt writes
iu Jackomuvil.
The mate .as mas l to lIe
Sdo u rush it tlhru g st a
Jabte. The MU b113 t
B*il of the onbbtos ms ^
hocked out te the UI llll
S* matter of ut, dS t a
sat littlee Mw Dc h---i-
"' nate m vhest h

It mo" s csaw ad

'II t4 be at m dt Sen goal"
"'3 2t"tb d"so" 9 a
M..'" a as aimblow
y w ofWe

COaw refrigraolsr i o

SPhonae 7.

been passed, and will be composed as
follows: On the part of the Senate,
Senators Buckman, West and Hum-'

that an

On the part of the House,
kanlght of Columbia, Reese,
Griggs and Watson. The bill
a $5,000 appropriation for e.t-
and it Is generally conceded
extra session will be called to-
the report of the commission,

which will not, however, be ready for
some months.
Taking into conlderation the cost
of this extra session, together with
the heavy appropriations made for
educational and other purposes, it
may ready be seen that this Is Ukely
to be one of the most expensive ses-
siaons of the Florida Legislature on
In the matter of committee clerks
both House and Senate have been un-
usually lavish, and old-timers tell me
toat no Legislature since that of 1889
has spent, so much money IA this di-
Another peculiarity of thisaession
has been the manner In which Import-
ant measures have been put off until
the last minute. Such bills as these
relating to revenue, good roads, Immi-
gration and State insurance should
have been taken up and disposed of
long ago.
The anti-pass bill has paned its seo
qad reading .In the House, hut seems
to be a somewhat supertio- meas-
ure, as its provisions can very easily
be evaded by the Issuina of Vileage
books or tickets; but this glat
has clearly got It int for the "orpora-
What such legislation really mesa
may readily be seen by the probable
e*ect of some of thee atRmtegaph
Mils, one of which ti so drastle that
WIIs learned that the Western Unt
will probab lose over 7 'of I1
mailer oeee, while the Poestal wll
make 0 tarther additloI to MI tfeel
IMs iM this State. It is the people
who wi after all, suffer most
Mr. Wills'h IU providing for "assist.
aMe" to Mterate voters at the polls.
wl mte eaeksin tl e Senate part
ty do greandm st t would teud
fa amfy tsoe Auaa ballot system
On the other h a"e the bil Iml
PhMbamfem, mr *m as the
di for the asmtl enminnpmeMt of
be State tlmps, Me Iass. The
passage of this il involves eo OW
pesne to the as th e Mctisess of
Jaukinsve having pleoesd W.*M
towrd the pelss priwe, while the
United Stateass O ramet win give
M morW, prviSme a re le ranm ge
Me. uieM i. whech wl, of core. be

Mr. KuWSt of mNsW has mintrodued
t then Ba a MR provMtrg for a
msis tueo af the phosphaSe A
-sns e sever ase wi -

any expenaer t ,. 00 9

Mr. Wartla ta I on did a1 rp-
,i view of;

markable thing h Ilast Moi .
lay, when ,he tI+ b r it tMhr
to third read4 Iaaaer suspenlo of i I
the rules, and t il waa st It r
markable, too" beag nothing more W
less than a pribion of the pert alp u
clous praotede of "tlpplag." wit ARAN all diae produced by TO.
penalty of M2O tie, or six *oaH UVIER dIUIPS SLOOD. Do not fill your yateZ
imprisonment. B will hereafter be iAmrie, C l d Otuninae They act as rank poisens
known a third .ra man'iad, Ia the diat the eyem and leaTC a tra
the known ateraten man rn. eqir eanto obterate. HERB.bUto

The Senate passed Mr. retain no mineral or no
ner's bill reqt alrng men found aintod*- OIM htktrl the sst m andle vedy of
cated In dry counties to disclose the It CUTM an Vlda i the *ste and lov a
nature of the orice from whIh the eLs.
booze was derived; but the failure of CU D T AI OTU
the prohibition resolution to pas the RINIUI 9hWIL 3
House shors dearly enough that the *r t A hd I ANma e sa st win
Legislature Is mot going to extremes lUr .bed fL.Aor s th withI t e, the
on the tempera ce questIon. o d Itoo too o 1 was ato t
Or bbte, sad it armftir ti eo i=
What Is Goine 1r In Town When the u UII0 BT UI WT T3 ftII
Clok trike Lnt 12o
Noon, the damoer hour, the hour oft Co
comfort, of pleasure and relaxation- U. & A
the one hour (~ithe twenty-four wilhioh
comes to mean4 4 women of every sta-
tion with greater similarity than the
hour of any other function in life. i o-r
Promptly as tSe clock strikes 12 In
Gainesvlle the adows on anxious
faces turn tp Itel of good.will, and
it vilaneous hot bread, pies, spaces i,
and other indliidJbles were excluded U ida's I I 1
there would be so ueh words as dys-
pepla or Indigestion in the diction-
ary. :r
But the contrkar Is true, a d medl-
cal science has t step in and aid the
man or woman who has been too busy
to pay proper attention to health.
The greatest step forward in medi-
cal discover is MI-o-na, which cures
all stomach sad digestive troubles.
In hundreds of the best homes In
Gainesville and adjoling towns t
handy little tablets, so pleasat to
take, yet effective, have given quick
and lasting relief in Indigestion and
that disagreeable full feeling after
Ml-o-n acts very gently. Mugh of
its wonderful power over Indigetlton
comes from Its uniform but sustain-
ing action The required stimulating
and strengthening t given to the Im-

portant organs of digestion without
producing the slightest weakness or THE FI T M A I I LRI
reaction. Never overflows. Isthil cannot bE for a 4lta, sadi am ure.
U aand +.eTrouble or Okr ula Moop Sn pork. cooland ,
A 60oet box last. for a couple of froe=I.d idt rweo htse L t perk. col d'
weeks sad will ward of a doses at. tew teland Pew furniture. Eleasut be eats abo fare. Noom with Itfest
wel^l vStilted and Iwbhed with r5 To l p 4 P ensM telh e boute.
tacks of Indigestion. J. W. MCollum trsomwry unnurp I wIsnnoe. r s.,re L Mof a e ist fre b,-,o M a
gives a guarantee, absolute and Ws, a mN w sM al, r. oril.bearlla or wl iem G a ofW l- ll
i<*a ch i ldren: i, wnBetosnbl: tUBsBi sll-t 4a iMAU1 -v-Uo
qualised, with every box of MI.o6- n 1 o oifour mweea from Ab ona1bwbe AM tho Wftmd, here ldami M
to refund the money It it does not lve tseu so spwer. Reto*: day. s weol ela:slrs. so pe na. Uoln i
acuos_ o their own mutto. have ome beth. cwel au reedsgoase per 4ea tewo
__ ,__Tbe S. A. L. Rr. wlu ,eU*I ud4eiplseM s s freOel 11sM Apoes for am roed tfer
Aled EmbzzlrArr WE.WA SPRINGS CO PANY, Weklie [Ciy] Spring, F,
Carters l:hl' t. a. ( May 2 ..-R. . .... "" 1.. .... .. .....
Oarner, wanted In New Orlqpas on
the charge of embhezling $80,700 from
t(be other Prlc, rsd, was arresi-. 9W'o b eXL IooC. Of
ed hI Cartersvl~le Friday aftereo '.
at the resid-nce of Will Bell. The ..
capture wie effrected by Sheriff T. D. PI I N
TiMley, Chief of Police HmndersoJ
'and a Plakerton detective, Mr. To-
ble. Tbhe captured asn admitted
at he, w1s GrnPr. Oaraer has beel rs d t 4 H

l08ti, tayll a part of t. U. at +PS
f tlote3)11ft) near here, sad theI at
gt" '.THE SUN JOB Er

Cbbw MaY 2.Nwh
00 crop ~we"e -m to
wbet umohet Monday, July Now"n
*I.W* sadDewmber at $11 I. 'E ...
aeppbe reachd its highms Sark NY mfwat
frome w5 eort"d from pts dthe
whea WO of K~a~sasand 'heavy treels
won MJ-1 I over Kansao, NWNS
sand owt. voo with &b WI. ses
bww pulse. the madiet Wasso ac ps.
day moveYouA AreeAssb CSao"
beoo at,60hevoening. abe madw ou re Assbe
no 00"km wt.I
"a" L ft eegeiom lm eeew"s. en ises raw.v -



pow be a$ dlthkhhm
Vere be 3.bM.- Ips pmes~i

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li at


*tt the UOrm
O'UI ;a1, 1. 0.
a1 arllitt of the
Ccirtr who designed the
home, after attending
ems matters here In oon-
It tihetlfversity. Mr. g.
ates that he will immediately
Slraurato of plans for
the new college buildings,
oe ready In the course of
for the inspection and
o the Board of Control, as
N Olin After wbich the work
will begin. Under
ttpeus. there being no
t' aMWn labor and ma-
rebvildloe should be
v wki months. The
p W sOe Ad in be brick and
Sas. pe te present build.
Iaea a busy saw
Sb et that) at the
r Tlenilty of Florida
oi eater than ever.

1p ginle do S eerie asmeg.
SR s the _"rapio tr. the
1 maaer of t at. what-
teear ,ae.. Itt, v 'snmt
M, 'tun gts ~it 1Uhaak the
Ittes of lIh- o.
ptlife Iltal. *tt A *
ar snobetiaft"
Srestore the loat .
fto te rundown l
4 0U oA. Pld to onoPli
S ture. H. osa. ll.-I
aCompoulnd and g f e.
Se in renred e lnts are
1t O expeMs at say .Z
Ma may be comblamd hr
or at home, aads
0 doe is one tablespooattu
Sa day, before meals. Tl
i1 sad to be one of tha
toms known to medWoIl

d4nventie Librariane.
e0 N. C.. May I3.-The
&snnaw meeting of the
I`Ubrary aeolatlon Is be-
Aebeville, N. C.. frnmi
g, There are In attIn-
Sof its mombaers. und
state the an on is
Male to Ore.on,
tsof Casada to
aetoaua st
e*se bieruas nea-.
he ustheam steat.


tbhitt bog. u i~m

to a


,,ALL DitGOleST 400. Ar $.OO,

oweOF Ts

~ ~ago Three.

dream t a. the aasamid
vapor of te1 e, the glorious
free at o ( I Ama and we
dteam that < boVd df our ,serl-
tude ase m o "at fr prices LAd
sons of n d. Wold that som* voloe
divine dpeak po oar dead faith
and qvsg t oth ith the pjpe h.
sy and ttr o deeds A glory
becomlmla .Ot>4dnlty and -our God.
"To o6t M men, standing
bright aroag upon the
portals fof future,'I commend
th6 brief A pithy ayl of a poet
no lOSeS ra i; jHe builds too'low
who buldi b the stars.' You
education must bake -of letharj,
for .It Is a principle of activity and
power; and It must onquqr fear, for
it Is the priest pt ? r ess. and of
victory; it meat "iyw from false
pride and sthmbornnakm, because it
teaohea you ,at once your frailty,
your liability to err, as well as your
powers and .capac"t1 for great
achievement; ad It must quicken you
with a glad, grand faith that drives
onward and upward toward the high-
et and the best, ntil at lAot you
come to be strong and active, fearless
and free; and, standing beneath the
stirs or In the noonday glare, may
lift your heads to the heavens and
draw from thence your power and
consecration. Active, fearless, hum.
ble, without servility, and filled with
the majesty of a triumphant faith, go
forth conquering and to conquer."

Presentatlod of Wedale.
After the baccalaureate address
Honorable N. P. Bryaa,', r,rldent, of
the Board of Control, announced the
winners in the vertmoe aostes mad
presenttad the following medals:
A medal given y eatr Bookman
for profleney n eonineeroa work.
W. W. Gibbe.
A m l given by the B ard of Can
trol to the uceestal ambedaan or
sophomore contestant In e dlamation,
W. B. Martin.
A medal given by tbe~apr ot Con-
trol to the beat Jualor orator C. ,M.
A medal gives by the dsard at Cd o
trol to the best senior orat, T. 5.
Diplomaa were then gmeos the
gradteates by Presidet iu The
deOw e of Bachelor of soo" was
"tfred upon the followfa am:
M. L. Moreman. A. R. NtIdl. H.
OMter and C. A. Tempk"nI
Mr. M. Mornema. vaslectry ead
< honor man of the class. Sa few
iwhlhoseo words bde soo bye to
0t Ot, the Uaniverlty sad the taeo
M e paid a toreMaw trbste to
the preat love Mad deves to to he
*mltt skown by Ir. lieU.
ThIts eeed the *eowd year of the
l lar the talvertlty of the State
1f Marla w "th happy OMgr fth a
Is.,g .,gan,4 I'^

soto 565
fend leiW that kbe$tPs bt Uft-a
a wonder Is ft-*5652MMOmWU@A4qS
mil SMiton a000omaspm
Wimflam JOWNi, 'At.th L06t~
Pt" fomce, algo a'vI'eAbutwe., N
Members of the donut lAmw ar*d 661
,.U A~orney Flyd -.". tU W ill-.
Ia prewater. .3hv~yAO 4 oad
rianBoy Hook Is 000ot *A-h o.
tbvp q~U~rWay tfaWe-u~sulpam,*i
tt Watf at tetrin Wl..

Is S.40 aere,
Smiles railroad pj
ahoOls, 27 ihospho
k mills, $75,0o coa
Iewspapers, and p
Soston, riee, I
i',toI, pineapplei,
w1, pears, plu s,p.
I kinds of Vegetabl

;D hurehes, two pbli
SUniversty of F'.orid
three newp
dofiee, the bqs
)li system, electric
bltt, swo lee feetories
three wood faet..
us stwo moss h etori
'stwo fertili er m au
U ompaIies, one lbse
BMa IOr, one' rectifying to?.
p wis Bt, two banks, and wSa
'MMto$ re M embracing every.
A 1 8I the wmmereial line,

Unhvenity Barber Shop


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w WWG" lpmelUR -IN

bs raw "m um w eth- ass ma ap(to mea of FuSam" oampay)
"*eso thm Mm- rn'a W AINUWLLM,. *FLORIDA
Chefs amd11-1 sl3mft D
ftg tfthird le aa "now etb W" Ima"tow rpMOMt ssmed
uthsbe b" ma it pam m*IN&,"a loin.t""Is le imsh

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LI* GW tWi TROvS MILL *S. Opsite Fnr. Station.
SAnries . WspC o id l antre CotteoL
During ;Iaetrlp st'-,w,, w New Ya,. MKy it.-4n tea fe
eae A. Dem e .he .o l e* aeh e For i.Ftes onqly.
Newas, IAt<, ay I a.--tmhe ma th I e knom, otis, h e .-
of the Aboj MaatebturinS ootpany ether 3Wee WdIo' ranothir 1B* S3AVtE, 10 CENTS.
at gargetsI aueli west of Newat portatnt entroat aO been aollt teo
on the Ceatral of Georgia railroad, AmOerican elk -lattet byo PI r T YEAR' EXPERIENCE,
was deatrped by fre 8unlay after- ltatan ovrfi~t h. Te otr a t, --
resulting ln a l& lonf Wd 0,00 valued at about t, 00,O,. wae ob*- wui
or Anro. talked by the, WoinbaOu oompae Iy O O 0rid
Dptga a storm about 5 o'iock ip a S for It wr tavU ad Truck Grober
hi OtotWiaon, Ae wu diseoe6id l teAI to 0eemety TseveMl "rta of the building at ce Sate llwiy tne BBT, EM tes and Propr,
sad Jt Is thought to have start by O@o. OCALA, FLA,
lltnib , a. really Hurt In ."lRuMo a y,.
Wfti M ewbas of chcka ilthm f lrb'mngham Ala., May It.-4. L. ON emr................ 0...O
t t wkMa con.su t i fs AtdL s, a protinient llverymna af tUht nto ***e*el ............ .
*than two hlis oigty, was thrown from a b~sy S -a-
he bqlidlng was erected In 180 by day afternoon during runway at r A a mely illustrated mragsiso
the latJudge J. W. flloozon, and fatally Inajred. Two noresl iwerow a p yI~ to l ieres o
sAnce 1889 has been used the Wa- n, the bulg with Mr. Atkins wheni st 41 "d vegetable grow o
boo Minufacturlng comp ty In th, tebhorse became frightened, d lashilng
manufacture of cotton yarns and rope. down i the middle of Twenty-fourw
There is a small aniunt of tasur- street. The' bugy-collided with an-
anoe carried by the compy he to thqr vetole, throng all three me. -. F. THONAS
u.1. ' to the pamlMat. 'the negroes lTe
During the electrle storm]a dwellli on top of AthiUn whose skul wa UDERTA C
Int occupied by Miss Clarajrovn, fe t turcted. The negPes weGr not in.
station aent at Bargents.'.Wit struck sgred. .
by lightning and one end of the Itild- UL L E
Ing was forn away. Do You Love ULL LINE OF
your baby? You wonder why he erie. NEW OODS....
$100,000 Fire In Roohe By a bottle of Whites Cream Vwral .
Rochester, N. Y., May .-Firg tae and he'wil never ry. Most A
which did at least $100,000 ilh a.ie bables have woena, and the mothers AGENTS FOR
broke out on theh tp t of the d'o't know it. Whtes Cream Verml. MONUMENTS, TOMBSTONES
bulld oeupied b Oab Cal- r dathe ofworms Vadleanas 'ad IRON FENCES.
boin. t-I Main street, flit, lpt its sytem In t pleasant way. arse our samplee.
Monday morning. Although h very mothr should keep a bottle .
Fas oofltned to t 04 balldl of this eedale i to e hoome. With Pemsomal %seUon so au materm
by Oaks and Calhoun, It, f& evw enter her mtad. n tI- Md tleeruph ordeti
floor and the attic of the Na 4I- N. o lby W. M. Johanon. y aedd.
.Clotaing store, several neighborilt ,__ .,,_, _
buildings from smtoke and water were 1 lanesville, Florida.
I ,dly damated.- The chamber of THE DAILY SUN. 10c A WEEK Fo.
oaommerem building Was filled *itbh---- .
water to a depth of four feet. The IhA Me. OGAsa, Pr sidltl H. Z. TATYLo, Cashier
water and smoke d ed the Cook W. VePr eat La GaAA. A.st. Cashier


1emeeealvy W teO tWe *.eumisf t Ow GATZW'XBy N.
ew T"st s*e Ces os menru.
Cl,,y woman am erneeuldeae* ....'UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY ....
that by soourig the Ipi" whch re-
movTs the a d ciauff wse li i curing
the dandruf~l the my wamh her .lr Oapital........ ................$ 100,000 00
every df., and yet have dandruff ber 8upimp S 000
life long, accompuaied by talllng h. r .. .. 2 0, 000O00
dandruff Is tIs 'm -!" edanruf mtes Pad o Aonmaso sad Ou.tleatfesof Deposit. All Busins
and there Is no .tir 'r v.sertuea that 'wfll "*Mte*d PromplI.
do that but New ?b-'s HerpkMe. Herpt. .IL .TATLO1, Cashier.
cHde by killing the daruff esm.. I1 : I I "e
leaves (he hair rfee to grew an holthy

10 sWittoxbtW30; G S. MERCHANT & CO,
am The. o u bI I Co.. DesM M a jt

Id tapis mi Fancy bwsrins,

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'Uhl dO ~l ,r -au ter-
a .ll,.alt a
and a
aphyt gro'". labor, on
itA4.,tI.slat d~meteo of the lat.
f.. e lat lthe host ieauible rqm-
p"W'h._e'* i d that the race, as a
owm ": roarm I-.' W Mbo ~lBotWd wth a growing per.
m parne, .m. P enta" of shettlfmes individuals,. Mr.
W pahUiJ Ssi ht rif a Up qs"Optimllticaly, as tol-
30adf deilM d by V *e, :
asa part- oI t e bd i proportion of industrious
$a Hyfetr;ug a p 70to the total number is nearly
s e .- as nmeong the white people.
Sit th negro race needs .Is more
oduioti ain lowt0es6m dslppa a td tram~ ng to do the ac-
Aiurt. mand al f: tal wu r wkc that. is to be done. They
I*r a ve a roulA recv.m e *manual training In the
sobo Many arO acquiring proper-
St' ad are an asset in the industrial
Twicer WtckSaisa W Soeth, but the younger generation
r do a auto Me easdi traltnho, ad should have It,
StL, state ad sgi s wdiW -e no matter how much It costs."
popge fmw, to WS 04t pa, d Mr. Harron's views gather'f import.
pof Canada, fora e, a from the fact that he has been
verta sing Ul famous 0 aer last brought Ideto close contact with the
A fla, m me mmi um Sro "f laorer fthmr and ist ntlmael, u .

Ct adverse -
tedInCONt* rac b"rde I* D a
item eod to Pna fvor entld- ed

,A Kansas man declares me saw a
I fly over the State. And it *vi
ly was a pretty wise angel too
it did not ofer to stop in Kansas
it Is to be hoped for that Spanish
y' sake that the royal nurs
not have to use all ts royal title
she is calling In a hurry tor tho

The republicans of Ohio are a4much
sted with the Taft mwanadge.h
ict "harmony" as those of us
have been deceived by the
their Bureau prognostlctaion*.
The telegraph trust has advanced
ls closing competing offices and
cing the number of employes.
course, the telegraph companies
lire they are not a trust, but only
"gentleman's agreement."
*iteel Magnate torey might give
unfortunate minister who mar.
himn a permanent Job as a Ipri.
chaplain. To all appearances,
reconstituted Corey family might
Ish fruitful employment for at
t one minister alley t time.
At least two of the confidential
k, at the White House have
ous prostration and if the Ohio
New York Republican factional
8 don t take a turn for the better
Prd.ient will have to take a rest.
SMr Roosevelt declares he is
trying to dictate who shall suc-

tMary Taft will awing around
Scirc)e beginning May 29, with the
tion of corralling delegates to
Republican national convenUton.
trhile the affairs of the War De.
nt, the Panama canal and other
ernment affairs which are under
h Jurisdiction, wi'l be looked after
t the understrappers of the de40at
et. This adminlstratio wil be
Mt noted as attending ore to p-
n polics than to the ba'r
t people pay them to att&d to.

An Sort is being mae to dir edit
President in the West s Oamont
the forest reserve policy that he
kurate dand whi Isb"946
y Of the big lumber, asl an
companies from aIWprg at
o* the timber a"d minl a
th Public d
.Themis *a tre h W
Made to arra he me h u
land owner, thMe mist t* m
the populT is f t
%king the forest res r
P that t ct.te outo
hkor and aIra*g uets and heb
*t public ins &4 n-ada-S
%a NOthing M be th e
het This c ha s w
dollars I St Mulm
lo 4 of tOf isoa.il thes
r ,m tooree tha antvf U oi
.' a wtho thi to hl

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* quaated with his shortcomings. making 'of the dkees. The dress-
What he says with reference to the makers' article gives full directions
Mdviiiability. of manual training is in for the construction of a dalnte sum-
exact accord with the attitude often mer costume. The traveling girl also
a reiterated by The Constitution. will find directions fbr a practical and
.- Ha the wdl-meaning but misuldd. Inexpensive outft, for boat and train
, ed philanthropists 4f the North spent use. .
. on4-temth of the money they have In-
vested In colleges and universities Ambassador Bryce asks, "Where are
i for the few promising specimens of yqur poets?" Well, that depends. If
Sthe. "cultured negro," on the manual he means the Alfred Austin brand*,
training of the great mass of the race. we are thankful, to say we haven't
the South would not today, perhaps; any.
be facing so serious shortage in labor. -* *******
The negro himself, moreover, would
be vastly the gainer. He would be
equipped for the practical pocupa-
tions for which he s(a eminently fitted. AH
The tendency of the "higher edu- "MyfWath tw a d Mit trert so h.eM
cation," On the her hand, has been iiet.n ilhebega : =b OAOmu, .11 a
to turn out a few thousand dissati s-hhebo.adboomntakn h.o e W. r o h:,
*e beadache. They bve eastrely oured b
fled negro teachers and preachers and CmeSrmts do whit ryweemasad them to do.
Iwil give yu ou th of using his meo.,
professional men, for whom there is .Diek.ooa iN$.iW.1dim I& ,
little room In the South, and to leave
neglected the* great bulk of the eleven t f
millions of the race upon the welfare w
,of which the present s- the future
of t&is strangely Isolated people must
depend. e
It is not yet too late for the would-
be friends of the1 negro to so revise
their policies as to do Justice to the P_
whole race. Manal training schools
will afford Immeasurable aid In'wip- M 6s9e .4 1 ey ^ ..
ing out thej.stake of the past. and un Cswrl q KY.
it Is to be Ioped that our friends to A L U1M TMNMI M ME
the North will not tae sight of the y
opportunity.-Atlanta Constitution.
It is a good sign for the awaken- VOt AUT
Ing of public conscience that the Un-
ion Pacific railroad is returning to the
Government several, million dollars' W iM
worth of coal lands that it recently TEo@s
stole In the West. The company is 'rNR a W
deft at larcenies of this sort and did ldo d
not annex the lands direct but through 2%ieua S .30 aS= .is s
the medium of the Union Pacific Coal awWftUyadiquickly.:uresewheothersstal
Company, which is a subsidiary comn- wM rmver their youthful v yIorbo
pany of the railroad. But In the over- irOa t ui sd iusQ e.
hauling of the laid office and the WstoLPower. Vtii
unearthing of land hrauds of various 4 oet'oei. whbusse
sorts, the company was caught with Imarr ss IoGTi ers
the goods and has turned them over see, be
to the Government without a marier. ise
Now comes another bealthyiftleatieo. i mI
The Department of Justice anomness u orxfor
that t will not take the restitatin 4ors An
as exculpation for the deed, but will ma, sisie Si.. s0s, 1
push the proeseutlon against the mm Forsale Oaslueille. Florida, by
who tried to steal the land, and W. M. Jebamee, Dragit
sisted only when they wre found out
A few more prosecutions of this sort
ad the big mef of the oorporato C A UDINE
wl begin to think that t almost pays CAP DINE
*o QK URES "ovn
0or Oo hanh M1hanglg ontoMthat W U9 Mi w...
-b sa.Job t-. *o hAl* b ed to &Am&-
break all records 'in holding it.

BSsA qr Omo. CO e or TotL.ao, Mi All WUIN
Lucas CovTr. ( R
rsak a MChM m f sath tsat S s
he is seler m w tser of the fiamaft
fm the d ty INs TMMa ed. gaW i
moo S&N S a- -lmIsad 0at M ai mA w -9

ft -h*" e ma sad ibUe st08Md
o aw tbeM bth day t Dsof NEW
A. W. a co3ArrON..
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e can"pt say tha
am ismi dyin t whe the *0a4.
,k"s, which ar taerely reflector,
show the national holidays as faithful-
ly as they do. The Designer is up.
to4ate in this as In other respects in
Its July number. The sketch "How
the. Flag Came t y the Name of '014
Glory,'" is one of considerable histoji-
cal Interest.- And a 'vry graceful and
well illustrated story, 'The Colonel's
Coming." also is appropriate for the
war-holiday. T' the wood-arbhiteet,
or any man foot of making his hosat
or, parts of his boase of rough-bewa
trees, the article entitled "Building
with Trees" will appeal strongly.
The little girls wil find one of the
prettlest flower plays they ever took
Pal, in, called "Fairy Godmothers'
Botny Lesson." It Is a composition
of such true. ioetei fancy that the
ol4er folks will linger over it and
wish they could take part, too.
As for the fashions In the July
Designer, the addition of two succea *
ful and clever, artists of the day io
the staff of ashltoo illustrators, now
makea th illusttations heA in the




Has Tabulato
Every Machine.

Lightet Shift! Lightes Ruaingll The
Champion Sped Write of the World
Use the Fsy.Shole. More Fay.Sholee la
a e ip Gala-eville ham anay other machine.

For Sale by....

THE SON, Gainqyille, H

Confederate Veterans' Reunion

. Richmond, Va.,

May 30th to June 3rd

Atlantic Coast Line Ry,

Tickets on sale-d4ly from May 26th to 80th I~,
elusive, 'Rate for this occasion is $18,76 from.
Jacksonville for the round trip, or virtually ot0i
cent a mile for distance traveled, with correspond.
ingly low rates from all points Exteusion of
limit to July 6th can be obtained by depositing'
ticket with Special Agent and payment of fifty
cents at time of deposit.
For full information and Pullman reservation
write or call on FRANK C. BOYLSTON, Distriot
Passenger Agent, Atlantic Coast Line, Jacklson
*ville, Fla.


Air Line Railway


Two lWsat Trains Daily: -

Modern Pullman Equipment

The Jaimston E


Norfolk, Va.

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Kionlon Th~ oM AWan Deily.

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60 P. mi ItOUrallic I&"* Seaford, momadys,
redues4als kid SPraish. 9:80 a. ma.

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6011t meBAat 4114 N. Isop2Mo3S3, Jul, AJ. .A.. Jaeonville, Fia.
be left toPIto ft6 ?*. h,. a New York.
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390 hg ~Broad eINewIfo
10 DWU5LL.Dji~~ T. F.A.. L. Is 20,i 0. A.,
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otWII "N W" to --A&- A- Mese ll youa ; lisp P! -71m0., uW. G. -Coomr, A, A$ a enMnmu, G. F. A.,
*' -oNOW&Mums t .4 mand *rntuajwovoed)h phosto josk~evlle, is. Pier 8$X. R., New York.
Curr, Spt~@uia of*xq ~ut IW ekhoaui runlaxwe. em6d i .,wC.'P. tLofrnz, Aiernts Jasbout 11 P
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nyfet 84ofi o 11 1 *4 WSW ATIORNEY AT LLAWNvku eu u IIILIR v
dated for duty, 0bftigwht whep 011
WOW.t "in sfe swillis" 1hren Aud Solleitor In Equity Beb hfIt eetiv1e April 10.sINC
my wife west to the drugstar. ho 0osea.eyw. m~~ifandG so*.
and mu. bao With a ho~k of g. 1 gas", All buoam mae oSit0.-
buima~'i Pain_ aift. I .wV Ubjbtli.OW~~dea 55* Y V o N .6N. 12 s". 4
GAI3VTL3PIam Us Only STATIONS I *a Sun onis sun ownL)3 D'a
with it' and fownd the a b" ad usr __ _01111A___ __ _- ___ __ ____
4%026rin the might I kptw AK PHG PH PH PU A biAN
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=4 114W1OkWt t &VI ft.@Ar110 ALwS240 Lv 34* LIb0o 1 L
4W AS O LJUA oLT I a T 1v1....O I "Pwt.Ar 820 Ar 4 bb Ar S' '
away. I hav o ad ,,o SM41Off Ar 31 .0 .MaroJnoaton .... 506 4 43 Lv 'w'I uLTu
#m tmare Dom tha.5t disusb all dvr 4gU ft" :&ftAr 0 r4 .....P.............. ......LyPOLT ` v % 11,40
M ~ 1450O Iw. Goodeto oisia e at CDowlizi Paj3k~ ow ol PaiM 30 and feroaLive Ciak ard It .. d sl
______aa m Id_____fi ate Alt: a w" Maidu.. u"ac~ n for Mayo. Alton aG ans s I o ite points.
'What. thp matlaer.old inan? Too W 1 N3ock at a ~m'sbiad ttieto OoASwuiRL.O. a~ntar I RPIS eea
)04aM.0 U lnd belso IMISSO at $1141date Oni I.WUItaAM
"I OIL -1jut d.ett 3'talnworth to V 301 oeII6e1th320
lend W&e 49~~j eaMertmeato hbwbe ruteeesod so.T116e lmate Of telatCam I ci rzi
"And I -apus~ ind be did D't 0iqto lwj s4 MM" %hW3borea n tunemr eiUhtm that of a'?
have that m000Ato10bwwdd. wonto*wam mw salW
"No.' He bad lo'get 4f-dO1ItifbillIMI4aola.Asw ZG% 40
changed In order tO let m as v" we t wha t a es i ras OCour09A AI hMM oC .
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p obftvV" Ed=L13 04 ADON I 0or OiAIPc
mo"Iteautii. 1memeriat aft LAWS is. MUDw..
diarked her bhusbeawl 0$ 000 ehft the X~ W. a.fp4oLw .
church. 1t"a m IA.D. 1901.ha

fth Jon"s pow. NAndIt masoft rn-.-
0leuion a tright."-phI~dlp ede.aw 14 at4 ba

nsue of the hoarr oterea a
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onto to got Some, ?av-509.Ua~uw, *e I

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g the mad er mi
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tying toM the go ed

ward Phillips, of Nipl
Center wahe oo tleft d, l

Remedy whenever she lah
cold sthe m sher was tW : ppth

About pra month ag I
drmtood that thmself, e a
er conerl rationgh beedy d was

SPeople l as ever.ywh Ths r edy
for satolthe by al d ltt
Lodnberlsln'o Coutie0 0W.' MM'
darrd Phce Me. of fso, Mt.-
wironend Chambrete M to; nh
edy. My uttlo itflb b ftt e.
is two years old, h"M ," taton
#t: remedy whven f th e apart-
ca old since he VM- t re eIttl
M4 About a month se I oKtrfted

t Lodgings of Deputrleo w. -.
St. 1'*1mburg. May 26.- easxches
' .he ioiguglna of *oWAIl democratic
64p.wies are ow of aJmost tally oc-
tr : I nl.ii S1uzday val"I (. te &part-
In,, l) )in.> PrikkodkO, conDtltu-
4,:.,.. ,'. rnt of Tcherpopff, and
fl- i ,','.. dat.- a Phowing that a rall-
:'i, a ;., or.a.aiizdtlon i making
n:,: r, f r another general
tFIL iro atIon trlke. ,.

Goes Aground In F"'
llfo'B.acbh. Mich., MAYISO-The
lila-kou bore rOWslm so.
SB K~.I.-),luan, au&ab44 *me-i
rh~ln. Wkind roldea ba.~
lo f' adied % 1tb ore, Wout I'ard
2a dentieo (*aat, PottAustuh
tz o '(irkf the rmorniug. Jt~ is
1d4~u-!v rews weri tikes o02
haw a rutining.
Cart cu.gMem&rllFood,
to `vhurs WNmSjIfalhd
Ia.(- N. 8elign". tress-
r i. outto *71.57y* i.' to
&":%* !* 4 L(ock for UM, &ver

k~ for aa wug beb
kee)lng with my ft" WV odd
4 Ilo)*.t s 80 evtg

(7t 'IA ?S.-A robellom I
kci~ir Wng Coamg Is *~p Ilp-
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b avAilabet foer ot1vtlng
and rrea lnUmd might' be
in cUeatik The abseaf
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atlate In those slatnds.

f (,Mow. ball a.id hbaftp(Mi
AUT loosenlng, ot oWi
Sther otow ital ffec'
.s.t' boret. t the 'rnc of
.be g the 0 bao d an Iuo
dWi i mEew, on the othS hand

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S.. .If YuOeM a (L
I,.gram. gg gg ttiiuo 9eMag

4Isubmleb is imbea*Iste
I6t s dm e asNy am ri ly.

geM by w. UM. Joa n..
7 Late sad Sarfy eateVr.
1he earliest date on which Easter
a fall Is March 2 b The moon eust
thea be full on .hre 21. and that
dato must xby .aturday. Sue. a com-
Ibnatlont of c areidmsntaces e* ttm ely
S e. Earster sunday tha fallen aser
early as March 22 In 1008. In 1761 and
Sfa1817ll nd It will fall on March 22
again n full90. 20on 7hr and 2144. The lat
ost date on ,which Easter can fall Is
April 25. That happened In 1608. In
1784 and In 1880. It will happen again
In 1048. ________
With Its companions, heart burn,
flat lence, torpidity of the Uver, con*
s*gtiaon, palpitatlon of the heart,
poor blood, beadaehe and other ner-
vous ymptoms, salaw skin, foul
tongue, oeomve breath sad a legion
of other Umenta, tIs at once the moat
vwidespread ad dietratlve malady
among the A mecaa people. bHer-
bine treatment wlJ ure ar thnse
troubles. o bottleU. Sold by W. M.
Confederate Vetergwn Reunfoe, .fioh.

mond, Va.
The Seaboard Air UseL anotUoes
low excursion rates freo all Irtda
points, made one 0ent p, iO to'0
Joahmond, Va., and melea ftaowt of
thre on-4etict on gale M a M
IT, IU. 19 and 8Wt. Tihe la
oerat doube dauly ereo fr
M J maeorl and other Mluids
points. extra thpogh Pullmasn sloe
ean and day coaehes havee beesor
maged, so all may be made ooemrt
in order to allow their patroa to
visit the Jamestown a"poitalo, theo
ebard will o nor return portion
of Richmand tickets from PortsmatA.
The to e O trip ratee frOm Nme
of th Importaalut polteo la Florida
ars a n tows:
adbmanfie P8.Y .a .... .1A.7o
Lake Ccty...' 1S onteOrado.... 14.T
Live Oak.... 1.W neoCt ... 17.0
Madbiso .... 14A.t PatCIty... 17.4
Metleelo.. 14.46q Tah ..... 17.t
Tallahaqs. 154f M .... 3. M1
Galaergle.. .UA&t A"
O(ale ...... u se I:M
Tavam ....

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.o.......IN GAINIb [ lt.......

Beneficent epidemics Are scarce, but such a one has struck Gainesvill,
ind people of every station and occupation heVr the fever.
It is most interesting and instructive to study the constantly changing
line of applicants for Pocket Banks as it files though The Sun's buslnas
office. There is thq mother, bringing her daughter with her and securing a *
bapk for the girl, another for herself, and inquirag anxiously whether sbh
may have another for the boy who is at work. Obe receives it promptly,
Boys come-some are steady, 8eriouasfaoed ohaps who have bgut
think on their own account, and who ask qOae1tion about the operator
the scheme which show the reIul ts of rubbing up against thi world.
Then the High Stool girls and b )ys, gy and 'active, while tu e.,
man and business man '~lip in" during the noon hour to get a ba
boy or girl at hore, after asking one or two lading questions to
there is no joke abfut the 26 cents.

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isThe **t*
Papers for0sal*
01.c. .

A few neWsW.PP "
Riles has gone 9g
to Jacksonville.

roKeyston e SA 1
y the best primte l
prices alla t
Fabyan Thomas, a
of Windsor, WaS tM *
George Dyal, a weliho &K e
in this city yes tMI4
,rgo Red Salmon Is 4, PU
tious food in the oalNatfy.
Ntn and J. M. j j pi
Were in the city est Wd*7.
k your grocnw er for Amg eX sl.
and do rnot ao" so asitute
re isno finer almon 19 I-
J. R. Feaster of 1 a Wn t"
pom Waldo, where he was pled

The grocers are handing f Red
Ulmon because it tales neo s et
b sell it, and the costoais oe
lack for more.
P. H. Raker, the naval res oper .-
of Campvillq, after a brie' visit
his family here. has returned to his
face of business.
General Superintendent J. Citler
the Tampa and Jacksonville rall-
has returned from Talahase l,
htre no has been on important busI-
e a
Wanted--Manager for branch of-
we wish to locate here In Qalnes-
illo Address, with reference, The
'orris Wholesale House, Cincinnati,
The prayer-meetlng at the Metho-
dit church this evening begins at
l:4 o'clock. The subject will be
'The Praer abits of Jasu'." All

Rck > Bottom Sulphur S ngs, 90
1i. northeast of Atlanta,Ga, ready
for ullanmir guests. Rates $et to $30
lr nonth. Address Miss Mary David

Th hlidren of pFlorile Mit Box
.if will T have a sootl ait the

' th d.. niwmrorieh Ia
4 ochak rebri your fme s a nd
tK. uk. any old extrat but in
oh havhig Blue R bbc Val aJa.
I 'iI1 p you well fa asvig and

k ne F t oreign MGloery
il dd"! i its reaern mont ly
s .' "t church this e bean a

t h... ro The to thbje i

"'" of the UItvoesity. his

li ntasa of this lanta t O a .

to leave for hem today.
.' *"',ii.f of Archer sp aas -
S'ty. Mr. Joeas, whe is
,, .r trade. b ha be em poy-
" dIdos Foundry and Ma
" %' but It is reported that
-' -tablish a foIiry f
'O .ekeland.
^ (* ; Hooer of Starke, imembr
S" F' H' loover Broa, pho~-i
as on the sasass m v
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a- e-. he is mvigI's -o fe
tkrq I1 the whets Sm..

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SOdd re"tlowa0Sata
. ... MALAlkee I. Branghton
t$ 1 onet|f the
IMtutlons the
a1.sWort harbors and
t vakts po the lines of a
Ghe Oatesvilleq and
U ^qty fHowspital Assoolation
O ho received a dona.
ineo the Gainesville
^ i t, of wbloh W. E. Cadwal-
a Atrer. and desires public
9 o tes her thanks as superin-
andant _
Complimented by Idis n.
aStKe Kalley of this city, although
.y t a very yoang man, probably en-
joy the distinction of being the only
.0r~ar In Gaainesvlle, regardl s of
p sr pro teuuton, who holds in his
potsltom a personal letter from
Tho.' A. .diason. the world-renowned
nventor bh6d electrielan.
Mr. KRelley, who Is a son of County
hupeointendent Dr. J. L. Kelley, Is a
st~qeMt of the Gainesville alnior
.i|! Behool and, at the oommence-
iant exercises of this school last
*r5,* delivered an oratlob an Edison
had his wonderful achlevemdnts. Mr.
Badls secured a copy of this oration,
and tts author was surprised, though
gratMled, to receive from the great in-
ventor A personal letter of oomphl-
meats uaon the same.

Mr. I. L. Snowden Dea4.
The Lake City coroeupondent of The
Times-Union announces the death of
XL L. owden, one of Lake City's
moat proailneut citise"a, which oe-
oeured at his home Friday night of
Bright's disease.
Deceased was a native of Eutaw.
ville, N. 0., and was flfty-six years of
Age at the time of his death; He tis
well known in Gainesville, having re-
sided here several years ago. The
news of his demise will be received
by his old friends here with regret.

Attntion Public.
There will be a point meetiUn of
the Oalnevarle Board of Trade and
the clftiens of OGaineville at the cousn-
a1l &hamber at 10 o'Plook, on May 80.
who will confer with representatives
of the railroads entering the city
in regard to locatlo fof the proposed
union station. A fMl attendance of
everyone Interested Is requested and
desired. B. F. HAMPTON, See.

P. M. OlUvr and Bev. BevlUle re-
turned Monday from a most novel trip,
being a trip overland through Mayo,
Perry, Tallahassee. and otifer points
to old St. Marks and Newport, where
they visited relatives of Mr. Oliver,
and were hospitably entertained.
They spent the time hunting and fsh-
Ing in the vicinity of the last-named
place, and report big luck. Mr. Oliver
has many thrllinug and iatereetbl

overland, being absent, altogeter,
about three weeks.
P. A. Warner, special representative
of The Florida Agriculturist. Jackson.
ville, who has been here for the paw
few days workingeon a special edition
of his excellent journal for Galnesvlle
with great success, returned yesterday
to Jacksonville. The Agriculturist is
one of the best papers of its kind ha
the South, and has an extensive out-
sidejabecrlptiUon. This special OGatne-
vde number is destined to prove of
great benefit to the city and commun-
Wante4d-A lumber Inspector capable
e( taking charge of crew of hands at
sawmill. Also wast a competent book-

keeper and osua day man. Drink-
Ing men nor .carette smokers need
mt apply. W. PIfer & Co., a
New York Racket
J. J. Harmas left yesterday for
Loehlooa. where be will look after
his extensive maval stores Interest for
the remainder of the week.
Argo Red almoa r euaht In Brw.
In-Sea among the lebergs. That is
why the es h is so Irm sad the flavor
spV deckoms.
Rae yoer a y priMted at The
ts eoMa rtl *s4M werk promptly
deavie at reass e primes is our

Msi Miausie fawl loft ye0w4~a
It Ja- vuifle. bW die will % ltt

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^II^^IB^^Avq i*^ H teAl

Informal | Was Tendered

Friday a Mrs. William T.
Gary gave a Ipormal reception
from 5 to 6 k for her father,
Dr. W. F. Yoeu 4t OGainesville. Mrs.
Gary had as hr guests the gradnat-
ing class, the 4#ootl teachers 0and
quite a number, o. her lady and
gentleman trimdts. The a~ai1 was en-
tirely Informal Adf It was a delight-
tft pleasure tW ~t. Gary's friends
to meet her .N wer In so pleasant a
manner. Dr." ton is a oasa ng
gentleman of tA' old school and ta
one of the b .e e du nuiators In
the State. 8H popular with all
who know iNt e made many
pleasant aO es Friday after
noon. '.
Receiving with UM. Gary and Dr.
Yocum were Mt, ~ry and his mother,
Mrs. Fannie R. O.y, and Mrs. B. A.
Weathers, and hL ang the hostess In
other ways wer i= s Weathers, Mrs.
Chace, Mrs. Helreaston, Miss Carrie
Miller and the *Aduates. The punch
was served by t~syoung lades of the
graduating qlass, ad the yeung, men
of the class pa*s the toe cream and
cake, and proved as good in this line
as they woes a 'their'-tudles.
During the afternoon several of the
graduates rende~d4 mulse, as did also
several of the ether guests.
The friends of Mrs' Gary spent a
very enjoyable hour at her attractive
little home and 'her little reception
"as thoroughly charming. Ocala
Banner, 25th.

Missa fler Graduates.
It will be pleasing information to
the numerous frtenda of Miss Belle
Sadler, who reeeQtly returned from
Statesville, N. 0., where she att ,d-
ed the StatesUille Female College.
that the yotng Ilady finished her
studies with the term just closed,
graduating with high honors inm elp.
cutlon, English Mterature and history.
Miss Badler deserve and has the
congratulations 'o her friends every.
where, all of whpm will be proud of
her for this high distinction.

For stomach troubles, bllloousness
and constipation try Chamberlain's
Stomach and Iver Tablets. Many
hemakkable uIres have been' effected
by them. rice 3S cents. 'Samples
tree. For Wle by all druggists.

Phifer Bros.


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A Rare Treat Is In Store for Lovers
of High-Class Music.
Last night the final rehearsal for
this evening at Holy Trinity church
was well attended and showed the
large chorus to be well in hand and
thoroughly acquainted with their
work. The results were Indeed pleas-
lags and it may safely be said that the
program tonight will be most attract.
* The advance sale of ticket programs
Is reported good, and It Is to be
hoped that our young people may be
encouraged to continue In similar
high-class work.
Oalnesville can have good muslc;
this chorus at rehearsals has proven
at. and the public may judge tonight
of the future osaibliUUtes of choral
work In our city.
The ticket programs, which are on
sale at Millers', are rather unique.
the programs themselves being ad-
missions to the concert.
The festival will begin at 8 o'clock.
and It is hoped that all will be in their
s!ats tfy this houp.

To Our Friends and Patrons.

The Continentalf
(Next to Postome..)

Robivinning April lot woo will pate
our summer rate 011 $4per week.k4U
meas--and 4$1 #4aredtgl~ok.i.. 5,611
ly IfIrst-ols'. in *eryf"eV epit.
largo Pis-dLI4' favi., lnsarlooeomfon.

Coffee the boost. xEoetihUm
nice~. Oulo* ejoheod to oidfft
lo)t spurtoleli '
O'tFN EARLY*and to&

Mis00 No Norto

lovelies Books, Statlowy
SeueIiz s heet PidtUS
iii Pictue Froue

Since making our announcement -------
that we would close our banking bust. .
neas to take effect on June 16th. 107,. .
we have sold our building, fixtures h1TI .
and vaults to W. R. Thomas, 0. K.
Broom.. H. F. Dutton. C. W. Chase. minai
J. H. Vidal, I LJ. Thomas aad J. a. OOD I. N A
Padgett. well-known business men in -
ths ity and county, who wligalW AIDS DII
a banking company to be ooadueted AIDS911_1__ _
Ia this building. In order that there A, mp.o, ree, dr "sh**
may be ao discontinuance of the bank. rfes'" wlebb efr. *$uai br*s
lag buslaess la this building, we have ed to dr ese
deolded to continue our busineest anl IT's YIO OWN F
tae organisation of the new eo"pay"
ad we respectively ask our flrisas Ir oedo sot keep
md patrons who have so kI ly d ae s0 ,-shie..f w i
d4elwed Ia sour lg bf"
Imoness with us to eatois thepv
bate as with the new Ias. will KEYSTONS
be smaged by wise sad e aierftlve M' IA. Y iA
aIn a busiess way for YOM. a ad welch C t A ist
bespeak for them a iUberal pat reap .
At advisrlesd in our heNoiwr letter of
ate thb, all cheeks wil be paid with. P rr s M coles.0We Ws r w. Ma, .
eat interraption, a Nd eWrtil tes of r .IL ,ae g
deposits redeied. Interest oa AUAix IV .A.

. PDUTTON COMwPAN do as e-eie Absetag

A Chamaple Ce*e)wr. All b -*-S east-- pe ..aai.,
It may sem diffismi to believe, but N
there is oa exhlti at the sore of IW I
&. Brooks a eNImbter me-.owartg AlBIOl
lorty Ince... ___a_
Tbhis e aunber a- only 'one Ia
a pateb." and was gwm by a Mr Mis-
je. in the victitty of the assfe C l.
lb Mr. M "-a"e a a "' Sapp el.l

abatemum Taessy. S fton"@"elm

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