Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01129
 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 30, 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: VID01129
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
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
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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ow Park. At-
$bose 4dwotloa to
*amasrl feature of
*W tei iat In ge-
0tt. it is said,
* n of the prisoa-
*tlts a. bis caNe.

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bnu t eha te st
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(tt his haa wo reb
d by the heaiy whea t

ma,. May II.-The iSWVS~ISS1
aterence was Opd
There were ofa
,Ita attendance, sa tha N*
S0la for three dayL MN
ftar Great Britain. uad Hl4
,for the rnild iSt ,
addresses In wi ch thyk
the efforta of their tos*
etm aAets to put a stop o*b*.
to speculatlon in cotton. Th
I were received by lMpe
lb Joaeph, at the Holbut
briety welcomed to \lenaa by

gOle Bank*e to Meet. /
..May 19.--.. P. Illyer,
pf the Georia Hankers as.
a es sgra out the program
coaveatlon. which is
*t Oa.,, on June ithb
headquarters will Ie*
V W he eWlouo will
ope o house. it
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M 6taqry, aad
f 40- 'held her

0w d ayo
Ift brother of
erkilag with
a 0ueeded toi
b*1 w arrested oa
A-W .t

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-bip the Met-

Olk 4 'ti" somte MO..
.iOftpmjall spwtg ando-the to-

.ler~g ~ Vi~wa rmverth
Mal".UI hR U'.6hThe*o

scbed"let to gr $o m wereus.
WetOgall, ,
Iftore ten badr ~ h
Utken the. iatrket'splace.asre lvin
ou4 t"o Ighters in the -DelWNaOrivn-
er. Then~ is roim an thil lighters
fte Oour hundred M A,' cots hakvel
been placedan twon for tatt hulf.
Tke men heomare' set eeaaaInss

Woru Wi4d

stit 487 owe. of 4dL

"l i)u latf4L
k~'A=d "4iV t'

ert 's ry alght
',lock .. ; -
ttrMi o pley tad ar*
ad the on Poplar mi
for 0ord twwoot, soni a 4* s
drtaUhnin hvti'ees made. Hi0
ed asoes .J~st Street with thE -t
pl rouers, e@ on each side.
the one grabb.ethe oacer's cl0 t
tbhor whipped out a revolver a, be-
'Tth4oargatekliy returned tt4.
vtow the 'eepon was exhaust V;
lI o.ment Station Sergesat MHen
ry art and Call Offic6r BrmSA were .
a .tbe j ee e and the revolvers at
both began to play navoc. .
One negro dropped, after ruatStl
50 yards, and the other
through a valley, while shots were
ralaed upon h. ..
Is the Oght, Henry Beoett% .w
operate a loan busnesa on
str6.t, was daIIp.feol woNu
thfaiht, sid Joe Arnold # rl
ealy hurt by a-stry hbot .tlIb h .
hta i tah le. 3"
tap am, Coley, who was I tn e
tidek bt (t the Mr-g, sustalnet a
wound in the le which will not proV
All four Inured were taken to the
elty hospital oi treatment.

but went oat at the sletatatoa bt the MetheW a8i 6 on Slew Pather ae e0
New York strikers. They ae boon Lay Aleq \
receiving 10 coats at hoar and 15 ParkersbuSg, W. Va., 'May l.-
cents per hour Over Uie. : be now Word has been rceied eor ofe a hbor-
ask 1S cents an hbowr asikO eMt an ribl murder in Ritelale inty, at a
hour for o~e tie. point near MalParlas. whlle, It to
amid, a mohaer at nd the hais-
Is Put Up to OCetelyes. bhMadand father, whi lay asleep
Savannah, Ga., May r .~-4be la bed. I -.
natalag of a ue6esoor to J. It. De- The vioUi of the mOorW wa Har-
eausx, eoliector ot eomte y here, has vey Yohe, Is murdele are said
been put up to eeetary a t Tr*- to be his wife, MaryT*el, 5ad his
ury Cortelyou by PreiWgat tooeevett. son, John. Accordta! to rportt re-
Thlis Infrmation was recele t I lot. celved here, Yohe, Ofte a quael
ter by Coagressman Udwa&ia t the with his wife, In whioh th m aIltO
president. The letter wa ta. .Aswer participated, went to bed. It is salt
to one from the o1M pui- asking that the mother and Mam Ua threat-
the president sot to reap p ended to kill him before 'the S ar
vTeaux. Congreeomas M W ar l over, and no sooner had heAltWs
at once have peUtito s piae tI he aleep than they stole to hs betheood
bands of proeslnfa lnTassaaie aCa had Bred two shots froa l teoldver
at ilrweat public plaee e 9I* l a e entering bhi bead d St he other
sak tagnthatWambt besa gash eb his abdomen.
t ceesd Deveaas, m oth eo.a an hao ga*v6 the-
S" selTes l up o the sathott aas d
SMl Tranm en. W,. -. eow la jaU at Hanfsrtlte. ThI se.
aaa., O.,, May '.4 k hkowledged the murder ad. -My they
1MSarS traia owr the 3rthat gI ae ready to pay the ppelt th
tpir- operated MosdU. ITl ttiu say that they lied with TOM a loa
ett Ceantral of Gergik et ( as they could. havitag bteS Ibeetei<
rkaot a for Sprinleld, whV to ill sorts of torture for IMy yo .
*ow tie northern termlmas V< -- -
1fi. A fw"lar serve b w ell he eq Wrhtry Weather IN Ohle. r'
tbed tgron this date. ODegrH I| Cleveland. 0., May W. teg
tiBM ist the prealdet t the n peratare dropped to 4 ahe
Oad the pbtoepal owner, sroe Monday aqnt.' ree~i
S -_, -- --han b a equallwd ealy _
A ar OStaerw e sitee te weather btr1h0 was eStaS
D e.Mae" t.T y "a-AN he ihed la 187l. Tluo 0
l w tooalpa t belt aAlon tgthe srahr *
the towI s ~ WltUl Polat aam busis m boasBr ee kept bar
whics e, i6a it u ttoI provost dams to7 ieg frit
to ##u*Am Otherpointsbvte
pie a MIMe I s liloi t o am*h o4*esns.

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,eB & Woaaio rKiUs Mother,
*qt* atther,Then

i! -l090 To Have Been Re-.
pi ikf It N l Young Woman's
iJ. i.-.,,~. ,.nt. Asleep on Bed
wak en.

hieg' o *lAy, .-Miss Philander
I.' itr Iiwlnaen, u'yars of age, beU'.iev to
ls~. i 4- oatesto, t0bt and kllled hr
#64" attempted to kill her fa her,
e f01 b 4 hea setreto her garinutns
S4,/W'burned to death early Tuvg-
l 'l4tbO WOIAR Was released froni ie
*, tssa25 adythu a year ago. HIr
at (tit bail.,ft mohd, father Joseph Swinnen, a la:ori,
sI i f, C pac ,- Scaped by ruaiing out of the lxr.
W, *. ''9e' uI& love atair Is said to have hetn
.. rpoesible for the young won.irn' a'c-
.poise. libd*. tta,. Her mother and fath,, w.
t w ftr i bdsleep when the girl a,-. ,:..i
MrH. liHooks'c i rl A Otand hr father's revolver. S:
lir her a .li .,,, e *. 'two *hots at her mother t,ot.
ti t found 4 a.lg .a4 Iti ich took effect anjd In-anty
Wis. Hooks %I, lresWtW wi kbied her.
e. p lp si&nrt Onleil o Is~k* l .- An Swinien jumped from h;- I I
peat charging stibornatt o tiH thUe girl Bred two shots .at hinm l
*WaMrlng, gowinsg'out oft etvtsult .was afraid to go near her, at:i rau
r *SI. dWamages;, f by (oke tr. the house to summon a-:.s ance
t aSLttaIn his wife's ot i.o ,i heon wlean returned with a, p)
wbltr 9Se f ot ? I. a'r4- by J c;.an sad several peronsi tO.y
prosecualoe \ '. ~ aed the yo oman 1)11:g u;oa
S -s' oor, ]heb r lothlg ablaze.
.THMlATS 10 SURN CITY. Mot bt her lotatig had turned
--* '.- -They put'the Are out and sum-
ue.luet 1i *,l p Vergl e a,ed a ayselan.

*ggg, g e a* .-r VALAMjiWCT ABANDONED.
Mike it 19 became ....
M.yim c .it" Mond. T4Ve Plaan Tottendeblam Cruiser Into Mine
was oUnsidtl6 e 6 throughout S4i |lo Through.
the dy,. a Mt a sertoa, Wasthington, tay 29.-The niry
eutbegk wa thlreatee ', depattaent hba been obliged to ahan-
The bu tnes'\dIstrMt'of the city Is do'Hts plan .to tMasform the cruis-
being guar4de by 500 members of the er, San Francisco into a mintio sh;p
rural guard., eease the change will invove t a
Mny .re shot wer e change etpeoi4ture of more than $201",.y,
rith rdors. but 0 one hbs bee& ". oosequently would requite a cu-
eported killed. It t opposed Lte greussonal appropriation.
'Arie was for the pp 4C latli- The Baa Franoisco Is now at N)r-
iaWon. lk, where the work was t, have
Opem threate-to burst property are been undertaken. The plan Aa,- I
b nlg mede, ald wlti this approach 4o .qlp this ship 'with a plant ca:,, l
asarchy, a clittYl of BanUag of n t as rapidly and with r. i.:na-
areU adUla *enmit,-. They deoiare hise what are known as tf, .':
the ltgadt bt. lWarable. DBs- and suberged inaes, such a. wer
tAes tisou A* ued with oaect during toe Ruls
I so-Japamees wir. A properly equippej
Value f Tei I Appar tue. I mi sne sip o place these elements
New Yo@k,a. n#4-*i111aoi, Ot*. of oast det A se a any ordinary har-
Penasylvastala Massahabuseta.'idiaaa hot ageaent anumberi to irsure
sad New Jersey reported 01 of the protictIstoa courseot a da' rt),.
184 establiesmUeta -askf electrical w lereas msny days and even wfeks
SappaStUat their oel pt belig -.1 per will be consumed by an ordinary n-
rli' tli' total. .The terease Ia eel in tbheaccompHhment of the arm
el Capital was tnaleetll Peaasyl- S Oust of Work. %
;&l, The tWtal 6ofe O1 telephone The conversion of the cruller A'"i-
aprtats it lSa IN W as o. now t New York, into .n:.n-
S ,.e. as oeeear0ed wIth $l0. in aship is also temporarily susiPatl
140.411.rw 1 As ,p aret tall ed for simllar reasons.
.u 4401 the pme4tlUs tt O teph_ __
ap a 'to1.St0. tm 1im0 toI Asaoult -ty Investigated.
5 ,11.4 I I uaeUd tfort 'W~ko. May "-nThe Japanes ?;2e,
PtT.0hyi a Still t federally iam and resr&'
the large' l0eg w aet aa everteio apparently aunprovoked a.:A
Iad e4 ,'eOtwa spaaram. pos Apimsean la Fan ranciac "i
V I Mim 11'k It is Only Ot eot dfeerence to P-'r
l AdGR uii P Suidere. lat bheAivekt sad his goCver'
New. .y U1 11W otwith sad- thea"osldaee repooed in '-
th Pt w S t nhe 01" that pWhile eexproeMo of re-L-ec'
.~ t s waeld. rea the : Co c.
't k b y tv a* h-pe ll fear that !

e JIMo:...') o
,it of a aflar oe*
IP "011rtrM1*t2 i gn o femsit sp re

o i i sm at Geres. i "

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bot undue
that physi-
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"Pidinglance ijb

Lft? ~ ~ psf loan I ~h~ Nr aT'f

-,a AT.uWilli pan le'
Dr. Kailrm i t d eI 4 MINNT VISITQO. (*s c : 'loridp.
SMr. twl~v Says Gaineville Oge IJ A W T-AtLo. CahTe,A
AwNy.W a LObyA w' AI* Expt tt0,0. g11, 1 e. I de SO a 0 3AAM. Aaet. Cabh.:f

*' l@brep Mase, a ptroebiM t cd bar mgAe .
little to", of ta pirsve tow". nestle upon oi 0 A.Z BVXI .XLT.
,,Fl*Vwlq dni1 pod *;e^ in they( th11i i'ofh St. John. river five r. A
*i'eqP4stqdi xleeo010 d11 InirA|i nes ny- miles OUth Of Palatka, In kut=aM TTXITI~D STATES DEPOSITORY
,.thing. 40 18 usually keep con UNIT D ATE O T1...
8p1co wih. ret ho thjeounty in Mr. Rowley, who I 1. a personal 1%11
tn Improve i,, a l, fm tr W t pa st teen yr of ap....... ............ .100(00 'o
| ys $H H eti Ing of and ooll. s oa the city editor otThe Sun, tade this u0p u..'...... ........ 0,000 (
M% and The laft 6uistion to LaCrope Ot a pleasnt call, which was.doep- to 1 ,
of, "4vsddd a.d The t A wUif to wprom offices pleossuat call, which was deep, lterelt Paid oan; lop Aesounte and Certificates of Depopit. All ,.er.
I* t .co.un- iJs ge~ f Od$ W allows, which V. by appreciated. He is. one of tQ4 bone- Intr Pal4 i Tannsted Pr omp y.
gii h tay s, W l that town recently wih factors of not only Putnam county, H.8.TAYLOR.(,CH.!,
It$i .nttlva a good nlmborship, fourteen having but the entire east coast, slnce he has
.**wl n the S popoad making a total of twenty-four, with agent of the immigration dejartinent TAUOLZSSU. i O.
dthae o prpgpeots of 4iy increasing mne' of the Plorld& East (oast Railway.
a l esto sail bership, for' there is 16 of oodma Mr. Rowley Is n making his ant visit
.l ON.e... tnal for Odd allows to that section. here and is well pleased with what
fta Iihis l ge was Instituted by a he has seen. He declares that he was
s l 0 ten from Gainesvllo, ist taken by surprise when he observed .
r ro eM4 bty Mr.v .A d by OGrad Master White. The presa the ngnlfcent 'buildings and the afne
ii a Snwge t of the e oce of Grand Master White up sidewalk.of Oainesville. "This .
2*k^S~lp9o ( pan? tius occasion was qule Ma honor to fint vrs t" lit declared, "nd I -
Ai the LOse lodg, itt very l am frank to admit thaL while I i-
hatt w 4.t m tite dutie wll pstialt hWa to at- 7way knew thb Gainesville was a
T" "ds ter.ation ris tond Institution of lodges of this e, o town, and reestisi that commer.
avid nisuntderstaMdaN his time betag required largely in Dilly it li one of the best 'it the AND DEALERS Ils--
Sthe line lin Iorida. the more important centers. where 8tate, I had no Idea of the refinement
S _he is kept busy. However, he learned and thV excellent business blocks and
that laCrosse was' to have a lodge, r here."
la ft leain earrta nln the date, made it on Mr. Rowley will leave this moralning S eal Isl.O CL O ttOIl .
1.. m bafet leepng e *mlent to b on hband. for Waldo, where he goes on business,
ilr.le, sir., d at p. p m' The team from Galnesville comprls, but declares he .s coming back again 1
iinti 0o8st Limhe ia d arrive ed#.Speclal D nuty J. W. Blanding, when his business affairs will perialt
th~ l t Lorin. t71#08 S t Grand Becretary A. $. Cushman, Robt. him to remain longer. He Is delighted
ullslo rae"atlson ee o the McClellan, ,CoL I. B. Webster. J. H. with everything he hA seen. ,'
s 0ej ioet ena o'r w ite Morton .J. Blake, L. B. Parrish, W. Doanalbdaam l atl a lOesesewmo
| k 0 BOCLl Fwstnris Paeo H. Guns, J. M. Rivers. ktop OmMlu the sena ofb-askes.e"edwosrpai ou-m- &%WOB"--.aea e MW others
f.AtlWVstCoo Liae, Jack. 'iTh entire tour degrq were con- mop reelvedeasavwaeCsse. ge fai"st e'm9es ma eo .onob s
ferred tn a most thapneive manner It yoU saer rom h eam tsm cr estmile oi.ntatlheM aBl@a6s5 e
=771 u by this tem, after wMich ~Ocrs of 9 br3. ig 9awk 13 S t msmea
,s ,, the new-born lodge were. ~elected win r8quiop ls S h ea awi e _mo"_
and installed, aad the lepge started ras ed Ma solse 8 p oas-an d
out with the rightatO AnIMehtAs~ ,u. t a i .lrl e '1or-ia-
K U "-"'0. 11.00. -0.0 O.. midth. Taba, TOel...
To Ou F friends and PIat e write: "I have used BaoUld's l..ow 1
Since making our annetemont Unlto I&pt =7 my htaft fr yeamsad
that we would close our banking bust. have fonad It a 1 ee reedy for all
S* ness to'take effect on Joue 16th. 07, palms taoete. I '!Mm& it1LS |or
___________________ we have sold our building, fixtures the het. Wb W. M. 11 of Oar Goods Under Oar Persomal Ouarie. A Trial ord.r
...-A .. m.-. P t-- We ftAow Will ion Ves You Thait WeHandle Only the Beot Monlro

Oa Bay 2
PurwRy Case Goods, All F. 0. B. Jck.onvills:
not Wood.........................paer botle, .7. Ca.e.
r ......- -. 1.50.
ef t O..l..... ............... ..... ** 10.
a r nb................... .... * 1.10.
M mma Yr s .. .......................... I. ,
S ie e tkhs .................... 4. 4 *. .0
Kl i...... W S.. P.,
apauf.e v..'.. ............. ~ .. .

s ilW eri ,.V.O. ., per ..... ...... .........
KiBgWlaiu,YV. o. P.,Me ..................
5^. ."*r botria. ,,i.., aa.............................
BlNk sad Whte, per botle, t eae..0.........
Irlb WIMdq:
peavill's, per botlUe. L ase.........................
. J.min,& Son. :pe tle. 1.0... ........- --
wmw Jg

Broom.e, H. Duttes c. W. Chase .
JH. Vidal. a. J.Th, S"m I. a. aAn
dls ett. %tjejCAUowD*n I' in AP ,FV
this city and couIy. who iR *fIWa
Sbankig company to tI ootat4 d UR
to this building. I order that L A W
Mam be no discontianoancet of the bank-
Sbuine in this buildltgt. e WA W
deolded to continue our basie m'i111 i ___
Stha organlation of the new eany
"a.d we respectivly ask our Nd04 J E F AI
0sd patrons who iave o indly d ne $
bans with uas to coathae *M r **0 1
busteess with the anw ftI. It will .
.ibe anasd by wio ao aeatfae a i eal
dA .. . n ." " '

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.o o beaea way f ,r ern 's, we
1 Uh aN checks A wUl be pte with

basmes s-aaad tan" IL. r. DUVTTON & OOMPFJANIT.

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Ot ot Relating, to Pubilo. printing; 664
Iffenrs 31 to,
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Tey Are Woukin f "IU
Order to Finish
Sibis Between '
1 ,Mueh'WINl ho b e ft tt *2It"cM of tt wO
e ..ti -It att AS 'wonder Wet ve commi a

by he friendtut A the itrof suc1I"er of to "r
lttyD.Oventh day o f thIe I whla ochl f o
1907, with but three tattu l

oly a few can byor a .ipdiO Sbi?

be reached in this as s ee n5l
S when mthe Senate covenedor lwe !W' U** e
Safternoon sieslo, it va olriy ap, E Sii
iarnt that dark 0loids. .pag o11Osrorsl 0V
thatebody sOfd the o)1us w$s te ap
t ate Govenet for o t mmwp
e dinl June 80, 1w0W Th. tuialqa m l,
was maintained during the eotir-f at
ternoon session, w Ithi was ireted
P to the consideration of this bill, and
jmst prior to ad@jo..uent -natorls lrd HvM re
m pve notice practily to th eet I W
that the bill would not o to a vote Jll P Tol
until every effort had B mde to' ,
Secure the full CnoesireatO o the Com pan y

day will be settled after this aectiom ed by vote of 28 to.2.
is disposed of, the remailng, two see- Senate bill No. 416, by Mr. Adams-
tlons being for the yeas* 1908, and To provide for the levy of taxes for
Arst half of 1909. Still, If the oppo- the years 1907 and 1908, was thoen
ments desire to continue he contest called up by Senator dams and read
And offer to each of the remalatdi sec- in full second time. Senator BugkmanI
tlons all the amendments oferedto offered amendments relative to in-'
the first, and the deb ite is also con- crease mileage of levy should such
tinted, another day could be easily be neces srty. e
committee on appropriations, carries ment, which was adopted, and the bill
a substantial increase over that of ordered engrossed.
1905. and It is alone this lithis line the House bill Np. 86, by.Mr. Crke of
legislative battle is being fought, the Jefferson-Providing penalty for pro*.
opposition endeavoring to reduce the curing moue y on contract to perform
appropriations called for in the bill to service with latent to defraud and to
more nearly correspond with exisUtng present rules of evidence In such
law. cases, a speelal order bet for 10 o'clock,
Of all the amendments so far adopt- was called up by Senator Girardeau.
ed, only only one decrease the amount read the third time in full and on roll
called for in the bill, that of Cover- call passed 27 to 0.
nores private secretary, which was House bill No. 173, by Mr. Abernathy
placed back to the amount he Is now -Amending Sections 669. 694, 727,
receiving. Others adopted Increased 728 and 733, general statutes relating
the salary of the State chemist, and of to organized militia, was read in full
sore of the clerical force In various the third time. The bill relates to
'departments over that called for in personal and general staff of the Gov.
the bill. ernor and 73 e adjutaht-general'a de-
Plea for State Arsenal. apartment an#flxes the salary of the
A monster petition was filed in the adJutant-general at 1,.500. On roll
SB nate by the First Brigade, F orlda call the bill passed by Yte of 20 to 8.
State troops, relative to State .rsenal. Messages of1 the Houae of Repr
Wednesday afternoon, If the special sentatives wrncasle0ti An Uadton
order is strictly o 44ved, will come of Senator Hu_ ad bills pass.
up in the Senate tbheb passed by the ed both hor enrolled and
House making it unlawful to nortHouse bills ord 9 prope commit
liquors from a wet to a dry 0o"1n. tees. except In Wwhm, In'oediate
This l. the companion blU to that onsideratlon was determined upon.
' of Senator Humphries, whk4i was House bill No. 95, by Mr; Watsom-
OWthdrawn by the introdeerl to make Requiring payment of license tax by
rirr, for the House easore. nonresident fsheraen and pf la-
The House bi ae bg arter penalty for failure to do 0so. 1G ,1
of St. ,on Urniersity,-was aaOla pt second tima with amendments, wB uI
Iw'e.di in the Senate until Wednft a were adopted. The rule waived M
at :,;(1 o clock. the bill read the third time aMapt 6p
The increase t the Saa6 y of the ed 2 to 1. I
adjutnt-tgeneral to $W~, 00 ag The Governor's Mansion W I& a
in the bill, whieh has NO passed both ela or Se t t for T W 'v,
o"S r alo by dt called up by Senator 4eadermN b0
.idd. for in the gaegy p Ha se bl 1 NA.& by Mr. Mllt
proprliatlon blU. of Dval. The btwas read he s*
In the House the deth a t e d time sad a- am idmeat dees .
life lnosuranee Mbl a* *la o 1,1 the to (I1o wa s
ponment wlt ,w^ay .11, ni adopted. This aimonst is regualI4 f
that the compeale bill 9 14r' Fprm et a parchas of ad4o a
tell in the Seasns, wh ch haueas tboeel eaadj tratsag the
om ^ial orie fur rune a wflg massast. TS.Ma were waived am
c" ~e calle* p i S tm MM , third timss en 4a
r* te. pased by teo 11 to 1. *r
--... ... + k .n ill No. 34, by Mr. H-
tENAT" MakIOin s - llsjlliMsg I mlawf- l to pla.c
> Tuesday w a tSibehes sad ea e s was
t. the chair ,a' S 1l the ( a4 te and .a s
,Bt ll. IB `^ a .
P. Wt e .l I My Ur.rrU

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kleot Order.

mon Dal sUW UV

Dwo sols Rprolrootou

Senate Judiciary committee substi-
tute fur .Hoe bill No. 17. by Mr. M C USHM A
Knight of Citrus. relating to turpen- '
tine and tiUber removal on lands hav. Information erfally farmished. 0AJIHVILLI.. FLOR
ing tax certiflates outstanding. Pend-* rhsfill
Ing on adjournment. Passed on third iJ,^^' -qlf4%pAV%,al
reading, yeas 35. nays 12, Mr. Knighbt
voting in the affirmative.
The consideration of messages To
from the Senate was then taken up,
the House concurring in Senate m f
amendmiets to a number of bills. UU
Senate concurrent resolution No.
19, by Mr. Trammell of the Seventh- .. ..Vi ........
Relating to powers of Interstate Com-
merce Commission; adopted.
House bill No. 546, by committee onc Coast Line Rail
finame and taxation-The general ap-
propriation bill, was read the third ---- -
time ti full and passed, yeas 59. nays People all over Fioqda: see t)e Atlantico014
I,. (Mr. Roddeberry of Wakulla.) ople all er Fi a. ee the Atlantic
Governor'# message announcing r"Plrpie Folder" for sChedule tothe JFmestown
signing of certain bills, was read and BitiOn. Two daily train each WAy with through
the House adjourned at i o'clock, un- m n Buffet Sleeping Oars.
til 2:80 p. In.
t 2: .oo S0 .. 8 Seas6n sixty dayt and fifteen days-limit ex

senate bill ?(. 247. by Mr. Jackson ticket8 on sa1e aily from 4pril 1 9th to November
of the Ninth--Providhli for apolInt- At low ratio.
ment of a commission to adjustIndilan Coach excursions at very low rates.
war ealims.-was taken Up and reod For further Information see your nearest
In full, and provoked lengthy discuss.
imo, but was passed, 45 to 7. agent or write

HigeAM joint bill No.r246. by Mr. FRAN K C. BOY LSTO
ftW of Holmes, relating to nssir tl Coast l, Jo
I apportionment. The bill provi. Disttlot Passeto! Apet,' Atisatle Coast Line, Jat
i4 one Senator and one Repro. -p
ve from each county, with O e
I Representative for eb
population, or major fraett We Eepa hsV ls* sm
VOt, no county to have more
tour Reprementatives a tOhe OLD JOB
Mr. Catlins ooferel ma l nmed-
educing maximum bm forw OLD VELV4 t
,aMr.Pl moved t ie ador
f theamendmest, wblei M FOU0 ACE8
pe d to. Mr. Paul spoke vwery ebl
r '.;favor of the bill ad on i MARK O
-It was"readae r t" "* OLD CH
I Snal ssage. Thev asOLD R
isays, 1. Mr. i*m of Pi
in the negaUTve.
judiciary oommittee shett
nat.e bill No. 1111 ald S.asteO
*W 1. relattig to pay e1 BBs; % ,W OTHE B
.ad-er speaio of r OT.
bil No. 10, by Mr. Gril .9 IGH-GRADE
pp by Mr. Thosapus of e- i S
i Iblig to trespas and aej-ry .
~y; phasedd sader waiver ,
X~" e bWso i sr._"r. Wawaon-
Anheuser8utc h Beer

0 .Wire. Nps tSAtIB A .LTT. W* we

Wea -7nies sab Arsev.ov AAoIk

Adamst' a A
nsed sn~aillooft sItoM e&

--ienat by Mr. CW L
sate ceai St Mate other part of our pys o
Florida, ith ti as ot poa the blood. The muscles, ( a
rules w time in er potns of the body are sustainecd, devll' AAit o perto
full an&dp < ^. their di'"erent duties, because they are supph sti et
The l senate healthful properties through the circulation, thni
bThe NoI. *I p 03&ta become contaminated and polluted. A sl~ggish, l itIou oi
bill o. V P7system, and torpid state of the avenues of bodily wasit, M o11 balthe 1efe
mileage so tl,, id returned and waste matter of the body tp sour and form uric aid ;W *dwi
same wit IL'T, mesewM the bill are absorbed into the blood and Rheumatism, or some lftc *Eui
was ordesg rbHeld. skin diseases the result. Muddy, sallow complex ions, 8r tot-'
The after "aI on Ittpased In pimples, etq.. all show that some humor has taken root ltl
discussing ame ndola'te appri. and rendered it sour and unfit for nourishing the body.
phiation bte the soen& at at m any disease which cannot be traced to the blood. Often the dl
adjourned til o'clock Wednesdayt blood of parents is handed down tp children and thvir lives e am
adjourned o'clock Wednesday, battle against disease in some fond, usually of a scrofulous nattU
S ... matisim, Catarrh, Skin Diseases, Sore and Ulcers, Contagions Blo
S HOUsE PROCEIDINGS. etc., sre all deep-seated blood troubles, and until this vital fluid 1ti
The HOuse Ot Representatives they cannot be cured. For all blood diseases S. S. S. is the best
called to ode at 0 a. m. by put upon the market. This great medicine is made of roots, herbs a
of c-galzed blood-purifying and buildhg.up propertis. It go es do
Matthews. Roll call, quoru pl i th.crulation and removes all poisons, Imprities aud humors, su
Prayer by ,.pl N ai. CorretUion of h blood with the healthful properties it needs and completely cures
journal of Sat edaay. def o every kina. 8. 8. S. cures Rheumatism, Catarrh. Sc
Mr. InoVwl in the chair. kin Dismeas S res aud Uleers, Contagious Blood Poison, etc., beca
House resotlatio No. 93, hy M. puriies te blood. Book on the blood and medical Advice free.
Malone of MXSrte-Retlng to pay THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA,
of judiciary 0lttoe clerk. Lost. "
House ,biU 584, by Mr. PauR.t-
ner-Prohiblitg sale or gift of intoui. W V B&BVB B B Bq &
cants to ralrad employes,
House bill No. 56. by Mr. Faulkner
-Relating to obstruction of public
roads. If Yo AreI +
House bill No. 586, by Mr. Faulkner .f
of Taylora-elating to escapes from I a Oom pa that It Responsible, HTve a Pollcy Co
equnty jails or onvict camps. Writen T hli Lirai of Poliey Oontrast and the COomp
, House bill No. 587, by Mr. Parris of Pays Loseas Promptly
Duval-Relatift to exemption of
wages from a arnishment. ,
House bill No. 591, by Mr. McKen- Y Ou A r o Assured
sie of Putnain-Xinking liquors on
trains. That so serious low *an overcome you without you have 1
The copnmittee on finance and taxa- t efpge.
tion reported favorably Senate bill No.
394, by the Senate committee on
finance and taxation, the general i i f AL, accident and Hl h n r
revenuefid, -d .200 copies were orf-011 U l AU A... .. .
dered pfftngd, Wi k ite B , .a nat. t a Wh.. A


1* NO4W

saiblify f

mas 0t

3S106 .real
tU*~~j' atl~ed

ItoR that :ustle
AISMPr*. Ayer,
~theem tb~e. She was
SjHe eBulE ot is and that e
tede.m" was wanted
0h *jw*. vslAw the whole
$ s*aS that she bad en-
.A%4b~er woman of her
she (Mulberry) told'
tpa ,that se woulA
oila, imedlclse,
itiabe &Mi hlch' provs t

An. Atepey PedferOnd
00-. death of the Clemenua
3 e. J. P. Mol istry, Jr., and
piwformed ua autopsy. reporting
*gisewe 4e0e to her death from
Bi ts. of pelrid peritonltis.
.,, ., The h ies ury.'
V mCoaai asd after review.
.4 YOlstatement of the woman,
i of the Rbysalcan an other
oe, a verdict was returned to
ft that the victim caae to
though an attempt of one

w^^e 6leW May 2lo-Rev. 0. T.
Mi hie secular appointment
"9410at. 8 W aa wba
.. n .* who by her sweet dia -
Ibia e won aihy. ieads who
I-, glad to av her Ome.
.VW. Mier of Nwberry vl"d
la. It. Mrandaa Mras aP. Miler
offt pse... ftft. 6Ia.
Miss 0e PH*4 M has rbtmurnoed
rMan t 4t sAit to ftends at
M9e Wlte Ik w, aeeipanmed
%Ak by Mib e atoue Uadsheomb.
wo will sped ae AlaM visitia
ltda at this plaa.
M iss anle SOtah ewwarry Ia
5italg her randmothI Me W. J

OWr lively little werg M eVatiod
a hall storm last S anay.themaoe
Share Had to say t4h9 1i- eo
blage.deas /
Te eild of Mr. and Mrs. Wearm
, Newberry was buried at J;WTVIe
m*ry' uday afteootem .
SLevy Los is very low with t O
fMr. 0. aein. Jr.. of High ftge
U eltin her husband's relative at

j and Mrs. Tate BevIlle of Ai
attended vice here lat
to the delItht of their their

IdMr H. M. Andrewa of
i idayI at theb holse of
4AI Miser.
a daughter. Miss
geo ar lat wvek in

rotaof aTwo

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* ,
'~ A

s-ra. Rkhard
B. -IFa6tew &I,#he*e

to b~MO~,a~p~ewof.,nu
Miss d.PON~*, 'who Yvisted
trlid as' stwhit.No hetweek, its

4 by Wm Groff, visit-
S priags Sunday, re-

.. Baory and son,
t aturnedt. from a few

Swho has been quite
b, is reported much

he oi *h i
S9. Wbite and children,.
ism returned Wednea.
day QS Sprinag, Where
te A paut week recuprat.-
A .." I '.
Mis Ga y left Saturd for r
.lh after a few day' visit
after her business and
alo a house to rent. Houses
are hard pd here, and especially
so el&ee tes teni filre, but we ala-
eerly hope Miss Laura succeeds in
"din one. '2m -
3rUP. Ulle Ki eas and daughter.
Minaie, left xModay for White
Spri pg, where they will visit Jrela-
tves. I
Miluss Pane Smith is viitio g at
JoMesTlle thl" week, guest of Misses
Llale and Cena Hamilton.
MWa MIoal.e le, our as staat
school teacher, left Sfnday fo her
home at Melrode. Mfs" Le made a
host of friends while here, ad they
all hope she will return next tein. I
' Miss Ola Btudstill has returned from
a week's visit at Bronson.
Miss Olive Wright of Alacbua is
here for a fep days, guest of her
states, Mrs. Hodges.
Mrs. Lambert of Halt Moon was
here shopping Saturday.
Miss Pauline Stlnoboomb of, F~)rt
White I huere b '4tlt to her friend,
Min Clm PtoketI
WMoI V a NaW left fsnday for
Brooksvtlle, whbre she will. spend
several weeks visiting friends and
relative. ,
Mrs..D, 0. Roland and two sons,
Thomas and D. 0, Jn left Monday
for Island Grove, wh pe the will
visit relatives.


Hyemel Is GuarentGie b)
Cellim toe ar, Ca
Thou daI who h be
fy-me all a the hs s
with every ouftt the "L
Physiciann" as t as a
an be carried sla the po
There is really to oeat
for anyone bving esmtar
my.o-mel Is so really
you have any doobt Wsh
J. W. MeCouam w letI

complete outfit, with
ks that ualess It
win et coet ypo a ea
aDe nt delay hager Ie-'
-I If you sE.er ,d te!
ad yms otieI
b a payrely local ditas"a
ams right to the Wpet -
tern garms are pns=
~mI, meothes sad heats a
is sad make a params
TMe complete Hyoel
sat f the *Uittle Pe"t
aad a 6Mi tyo HjreW i
ly S.L|kir it fte
-5 we. as ga4 uawm-
for the eq et alh


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~koubr.. Qo
~by druggiuta
~ i~ n.s~ Megiejg
~e Seabed n~-
~ ~

-I t OpPisoAp, 'o i Ai

,,, .* i .Me la.one " I

pt e a'. **I Po CLErS alnd

hWan at~ 6e, 10:8 s .as .. ,. I t0- W. ,u -OI--
d e, 'l "b "- e i,
to h a 4 by' tr 4talutMrat0tl a lbl aig y Bicylee. Rep
Brow, re to of 8t Jamnso ile.m6R) t, 7 all int.. -
chbvel, O Twelfh OpterFirst of the .^y bo ., M W t I
l .tle toe s Hebr tr. McGhee was strk ad Iattasty -". --
The sr*hoo was Tery etting fr killed Monday afterpeod a. W qlt 47
.0 o ,io*a. fdrclble an wti tig ihtiing. HAt wast; tanding II 4b
0a; BTratty Barb4er s-lh
U tiv as of the heareretheitapet It sag b*sgtbra his body. 41 we W., GILXORE, Prop.

oe'aAtieWh inp and a greatr-Ueetl- Wd*as about afty years old. -t Fir NStation.
apps 6a Also, i the *iftanoon
bhe i In the MOnne Bptstnt iS Ol
ibob4 tM 8 p. m. It e. M PL t h Yu .- i For iTeso qy.
tat M~ ~ church, to largti ad appri ad y g. tt t e.t. The SHAVE, 10 (ENTS.
eI tr ainraetions. 1 t --
Mnday, May 27th, at 8 p. Y S, John- r Osupsa tw, peita. x *nr T YE ARS' EXPERIENC,
bon'd hall was alled to Its. mot ttii all Mon ooIplt. -
capadity lt an audience to enjoy c-Mr. 0I I *Mry. Te., wrt:
the closing exercises of the school, w iwe been sao rderblae for i a Flrida
which wewe interesting nd entertain- k. l 4 children fnor~Te years. Frul.nd Truck Grom
tas from start to finish." It i e for oo tlpation and X'
. The commencement eS liU of the ~sar fver, which s substantiatt L. bls. 1B.T, Editor and h1rp
6alshb g year were well ren4eed, by what M ft M ed for mi family." : OCALA, FLA.
Oad In fact, all the pupils reflected Sold by W. M. Je, oa"a.i -.... ..
mueh credit upon the behool, their -,, t e ie...............
t" bers and themselves. Revolt In China.
The principal speakers were, Rev. Swatow, China. May 29.-The rtv- A handwonely illuustrated na,
S. A. Huger, Prof. T. B. D bose and olutonists are now attackintt uns sdewd especially to the interest
Rev. J. B. Brown. Lang and Tung Chang, wealthy' owns the trolt and vegetable growern
Thus ended one of the most import- In Chfnahal 61sttlet. Many of the werida.
ant and successful years In the ex- Inhabitants have led to this city. The A special trial subsertiuon of i
Istence of the cool. uprising la attributed to excessive ttzx months will be ment on recIt ouf
. UoI. jeeuai. BtmapDtaske.

A rat~road eollisin. blocks 'traffic
and ties up the road, interfering with
the proper operation of the' System on
which it happens Juit in proportion
to the gravity of the accident. Some-
thing very similar has happened In-
side the human body when constipa-
tion manifests itself. The proper op-
eration of the human system Is inter-
fored with and comfort and health
suffer In proportion to the gravity of
the ease.. Chronic constipation is a
serious condition with w1t*q' medical
men frequently have to 4Wa and they
recognize the ft that Its permanent
ere deminds the restqatloa of elas-
ticity and atri thto themuseaps that
control the bowels. o accomplish
this pbvhyosis of thi better claks are
now using wta m*l an,* a prepa-
ration of % o. l Extra of Senna,
% os. of Roehelle *U lts, on. Aro-
Sagrada, 30 grnae Blcarbobate ofl
Soda, % oa. water and 1 oss. Glycer-I
in*. A doe of a t.*poonful of this
Is adMinistered at bedt al and before



A SureCure dOld
A u 0'." r6-:`Iw Bunions.

AN Irf*"ages ubdus Tnklm-
ThomiM' e.msTsunes.
prs..e a I mn l t o the a iced. givgf the Muss
aakal elaaty.


~.M-each u1, the treasest being con- U. X A O
tiMe nued luntl %4ther Ibee movement Rout 44 aw-si
teet. ; t the bowel&. The Posreptioncamn Ask.w bet I
M Cored by be compounded by 557 gaoodpharmia-
that comes _____* tts~b~rh mdm

lK ourse Sue#woolAyrs.May .-IM
mwhabtever sIMP kuown tsoC06d=4 to MNed" w uu.rw
h -- ha bes esroed bybreA imumapahd mmtmsim "

,s MW The M4ebe" coo

y"lave #A ,1W.W.1


MOW Pseople V110%Oat blonde, n
ft DA6:"*w .fer from IL
Tbs diepw5mof aleradobald.
headed own Ib t. , ..u B &W d
fWter b.wetaft SCOMteth-st I%* net,
~ leta him..It A .%-c t bal4w..
P~uf. qhburawv t .1 Fau.wl. a dIae e
t Phr~StaplelanddaFancyiGrocer's'

TMDestr~aY the eaow-v-uou rmv"e f3
a s .1 .m 4 b l o

~ the LO~a

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he are Uo0 tely very many
Pou it women being only 28
X co"srTewomeni fore ofm INSUI5.
A ttent to the work PORTER BLOCK
ease d4uarng the ter of Misnfll
o the NewFire, Life and Ac(

W% NS.e edt.of X made l this 25 miles a1d hkpt it e p rt glarly
^01Yom.^ Likte throughrtst Soabwstorms of
oTsfIaZ1N. Ghtaesv Me the win a the& eerneo OWI
.to~0# oM ,Ia.their ity was snoa n o e occalon
Sor S rai rate.' she ey e 'a-isedo her horse
ht d St m e, city is but Ihe Wa th p o ot
tasaotet 10 at a rate that is ger of any the
d -you, I am no then theq* 'been a Rale of
ri /dee y t iate, Bnether is similar id1ht to tbl mttetli~p
o. a e mtla n ofinoe. I was of the InIdeab I#..
A a th tr.t ad time years ago, and Alab o bme oF the We o
Tw ad I have been a rgulo, It not a have been ateh drowned In 10o4 u
&eams ft" t vs t'r to that city during streams Nsa Ti to go afoot er4I I
sad tshe1 At h*Ny years. almost Impaplebm roads, but they hats' 1111 VF A I rl
flek Msseto*WI1s4I ted from the Seaboard kept up to their Work quite as.reRf
___e _.__ _Air and rode up University as the oel sand the Departmhent' Ut
___ Waeeta e at thea lest attractive proud of tbem. It may be aU K t"A
of adv eda.to st o city, with the dust the Rural P1ree Delivery service la
ted inuontra. i'a S c1*int to blind me, I thought that doing as mueb In a practfoal way forLih.. ifti L t
es bre quird to pay the tat of Galnesvillle that she had the house 4f good roads as any o wther bhaaloei 81 iB
tei Mshr taa owarowol the other- interior cities was one agency. Many of the county UN she lay*bee. ,
not termed by the tact. But when I roads where the rural routes are laid use l th l amy$I h m
Cary L. Fulton, a t., Was tWale for a drive behind a magni. out are al~aot impassable in the
aed with paddhl g ou. fiot tem and had my attention call. spring and tall and the Department
payrolls, hasa bees ity. ted the mnag1otent home, the pret. has scores of pictures show e the I* For Male by... .
SI.-- p t to and the neat pallo e mprove- bad condition. Where there is a palX
The progressive t Daytona eats which have beel made there ticularly bad stretch of road reported,"T SU
ahe raised y populau oly recently, I could realize the the Departmelt threatens to suspend
over $3,000 with whiu a it .,gpropo" at aent of the advancement, of the route on the plea that the carrier
to adv Sn thenirbet u toe. city the"Central City. cannot travel it. This threat has al.
ia the North and w It at al "There is ,everything to denote most uniformaly the effect of better.
S progress and 'prosperity. The resti. Ing the local conditions, for the tural
The peek-a-boo declare manifcent ones. the sid. delivery one of the mot popular
from religious paer M an inot wylks afe grand and the stock youexperiments ever tried by the Govern
C1 urch at Selu, 0., by u eaide o sethe 1bis toat uthe State, It wmS s ent. ra eV t
hungr The order bgeta ibted o ith pleasure th I observed the new -
adng. The order has boo *e*wok. ^ t ...8 e --
the ushers that any WOit 0arl lesville. It Is a greit citV and is
at'the church door wesaft a Jumping ahead. The delegates t to e Lti R ah o
boo waist or short sleev s.ll 'fot council were adcorded a manoificeent
be admitted to the service time Ad all of t with the very Alaches s i ty is 806,400o eres I a h
best op!ialn Q1 esville and her area, has 0 miles railroad 00
aWo here are you goin to e q the ople."-P da Record. miles wa road, 80 possee ees, 1 1 o o l
summer? Ifyou&,regoing a yoA128 pubitleehools, 2? phosphate
Ssu tmmer? If you are s .way ou all lants, o0l mills, $75,000 court
will want the news from hole, ad It will be to sportsmen all agouse,a foo newspapers, and pro,
the best way to get it In to call up over the coun t eutlording to the duce eosma, e tto, o gri, sar,
Sthe business office of The and e D rtment o0~ Agriculture an oats tore, oe, pineapples, or. tia i
,ave the paper sent to your addrem. epidemic han broken out among cang, and a o1 veoabepoemp lowspe.
If 10 your hurry upon leaving you the quail and grouse that promises
should for the time forgi a postal dto be as severe as the deadly "groete h '"'
card to this offle will do the work. drsese" that periodically sweeps the pln t w o LI l Tickets On sAle daily frc
English shooting coverts and the I ketone ed y f
Work on the Florlda "Ust oat 8cteh moors. I almost a year Has frteen elorehee, two pei. elusive. Rat ifor this oc
Railway extension is pe ala aor o that the raF indlations of the school, the University of Flrlodsoa Jacksonville for the round
favorable at thle paent tin- than were found by the Dep art. riva teoolse, threine wspaeo,
qrted Sttes alarnd oisem, esobest cent a mile for distance tra"
at any time since the work was be- montI* re rird. that had died of wstr, fire salaorm Sytem, eletfri
gin about two years ago. There are a mysterious malady in the hands of and s lights, two le ftories, ingly low rates from all
oer 1,000 men at Wor) on the ex- a Washingfpn dealer. More birds died m ahine shops, three Wo limit to July 6th can be o
h i the _" way In the hands of the rifse, otton gim two moes factorieli
tnstu and reorts h ae ot that aU e mi h althy stock was threerailroadseto ferotillutrman. ticket with Special Agent
5re satisfied with their work, that ufaearlug eompanlel one fbhel
thbey ar. well paid and so far have n d the "premises. It was mmufsebory, o0ne retifyigt sur cents at time of deposit,
b' troubled with but few mosqu fouhd that the disesee came in ship- peatlue plant, two beaks, and well
Stroubled with but little sickness. qu ints of bird from a oint in Ala- stocked stores embracing even. For full information an
oes and but little skness bama. Then here were similar re- thing in the nrmmemilai line, write or call on FRANK C
T.-t with the\Goverdment subma- orts from Kan and up to date Pa anger Agent Atlantic
riing boats that have Just been con- mi ion Ka a bae, Id l v ie, Fla.
cludkl at Newport indicate that ti s Territorn assacibal e t Usad iova
cia:- of vessels r have developed rtot T i ts aeovac nr 8
thb, point where it is no laogar a Scota. The disease h attacks and
mre forlorn hope, a death-risking grouse and Io something like nfec-
desi rate contrivance, bat i &ItMfm # ous pneumonia. Th s m go of the
Sof the service that wil blsV0 to L i
be definitely reckoned with la tuture pe5r closely allied to it et Meth.
aal ware and ilna ava bt cal with the dreadfl ang~IpT gro se W. .
pa wss. hand bhos titt hv beO- disease. The spread i. serious emstough a k re o-au-s n i C
n. The two ots that have b to eause alarm, and the Deartuast ibdqukekl7. Ca. e 1

*8 tat..- i< iiSBS'"-"*'- T AVAjL NAir OOLUMbi
.hrab e na shown"t h eited p t whfeeer a reas cnbds'e m s (s ,ts ra h
th~rnne esse as w uarasentined audt e spread of to, t
to ooori a 4 toey t gg Ue tbdeak of Infectious disen mI se"hesteesplwer

that t rd A wIm be ratefl for any sp ~ es of to,,,r WA8HIWN 1 BA
hisht udaealthyrbJineSw anyrs saspicus det. *et sad .s ADMUTP IA, N

a.ther e u tforaate l P ly to the Bureau of Asnimal adan Orsl e Os leoillie Fled, by

I f one should Judoe by do pe
AL'~ (ifthe freq St dro eata
k*bIN'1riven trUgh th
ttime, it ui Ste
Aarfljstat b5 bdy
to II10the rapi* 1wam~
ir.frOeqmetly sam. he
M~Ujarket om the rag
\V'' est ECDC amd S"ea
% alley, Laftygee IadANVY
U.. but ome of the Ws~ i
~~"*or qv waf t ewuAs h

to beck the ravage of the disetoe.
awpm Cmvr or Tozao.
7VS Z C40 rr 1
Prtak J. Cbaey makes oath that
he ft Nowr pht oW f the rm of
P. 3. (myn A Co., doing byee
Is ne Ow eI Told County ad
eim sad i et mma farm wan
m One Eed m o sf
t t be eed by the

6n f dayot dt D
& A. a t. w. OWa.sOn.

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on re a-holee I 4
say other msehile.

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June 3rd

1t Line R

Dm May 26th to 80tb
cal0on Is *18.7?
trip, or virtually
rveed, with oorro
pointR Extension
obtainedd by deposit
and payment of fLi1

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4 111"YW
),Bui 40 Yrkel,teLa

be$ 02. 3oA STJACMON and

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lim 3t 49ANPPyo ow ev
too at Pot flav G.


k 'I d: ........-- Leav__ _ _ _ --
t*.7e tjhi*. ~ fe.4 Rogao0 im"OTOIA U MP MA
11 000#000.0... .... im
*~a p ec uinO# *00~tth.I. A dts iaS fue.0 1.00
Wepnemee *a .LW .Arm A 93
JOE- 'Is oa wms a41tI.40L90*k ,14L,0 Ti'I 4
ad .4 IAM1.8AAr4tq ro o..

A66 31"iOOii2 So. 0. H~oPKiNS Gnear0 E.P.A,,

to --ow to Us$ 1 0. 0. e110 as G. P.
Iovlugl? TIeD. To IF'. A 'ti L.me&'. '" L. 0. A., o
tbor t". It do Iac swtal)s rSs alasasoixt Fla

3N. 0. Cl orlao,8s9 Fe Sso Mass 0 F .
Amases hair" Ad n A-iM 1 e ~eb'~--I-- Lus

C ,ah.6 op *
#wdin.t IIop f OUA
___ Th~~gbtodheW ~ ham ~J~ATuib.ecA.NPT.AT 9LAW
mRS a j~ie ~kbhSS 0ebofw i srr.dinrneraWbmSb me

anmpa, as ototrst ofad hW 006Rso t a soI*. N.a No12X.
-40eb ff004 ad IM loxSeTIO1-
hoehetul b.toicat*.- "bo t .50ag
tht hem me E.m H. PMAARI
AR U itetrheamse Wth .6 1u 01I nrn o 54 'I C
ft1*U -aft"s*s 4dA 41 K Wlet W11116 4 3 fv 9 io5ML
"to aa~.*a, .ib..~~ hthe beatter ausW y t0a*A t r 0......L ; % L
A. ~ A110 It0 ":-LL G !1.8 o5L
whr toet romance ~theyoevn thambt a =e wol temnoA 1 _-20
pree, W 0 WUlad Enf, "so01141 -
There to = W7d lDIngefotU970. Atos oldalliamrooiate olm d0e t.e, P
'4 l0 -4W *u W o" to q .ee oterUses 'psoguor n I

a )t b i~ietterYclan t~ US 00W AU--OA&n PeilWe A F'
sa elobitaueg wt *ebbetred ~ad .a m isan kwhat. 0 u em p ftv&winw W.VANN*
~aum4 dewstofthehodetwat"
asth be~ f he4r~ o eh Is vwritigSmile toV e sa6%
wAsouwetors adthe Marr6ge1 0o aslR slowee 00
I ab*We beaSt re6a 0610 aSHn" Pm
04 701lW ~tetty Is his uatCn W d" MS
bsV be docks
pom is a b~erlos ref v 01 4 ot T
V.o ft heN 6 0f 91
rut nttAb*T eol

9wl Brasi by
otr losn 0 e
made l in
E '. the Cue

0.o o>e of ites
thd of the lott !
in collateral, lnth q
loan have m
of ra il bah
Important. ,!
Adding t .e r ..
thro the pbt j t
t a th e coaue NOW`S
jBol, It i s stated.
iplan to improve t"E
Brazil. There ar i
ateral 7,50o000 btag
t amount, Hamburg., iWsl
don mepnrlants a Md
000 bags.
other icnemf MP
b a ever been tri*d "W.
aiton or country., tath
of tny commodity a sks h .
E TaloriZation., cl.em y W*1
1, of Brasn reoneely tN *i
from thIe W
ptblic of Br tHel ooItrle o
stion that the CogP!",
national Issue and .
hitlon of the oe fWle "th I*t'
dents beeM n *tuWs the'a
guarantee for tlr b Ob e eb
the amount of $75,000,Mi, .# i'
Agreed upon, aUd wa M4
Lo law in August elas. t.
Thohnds May I No l "
Cbicaslo, Ill., May . e
,000 and 100,000 mes will be tbo.I
It of employment b'bthe imlroaftd
e country before the *pie tle frst
ieek in June, accordin ft o reports
Ire. It has been t'bh IQ th
*t for the railroads t r .dotbir
lyoll at the beglnnla O a or
I this e-ear The roads wg Ite te
peclally stringent eooaoeae oIrdM,
0d the working force s i 1". %fta' r4-
leel to the lowest posleU pliWt.
l addition to the emple laU tht
Ilgular service, many tbousfts It 1.
orers will be discharged by te rall-
uds which have abandon ifewv work
ad new extensions, owingi to .0 dlt-

*W4b-: the unit-.
jpk ftbt a tribe

11housed and
c ath-

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,' I

n~i m ~440. bo.n
le ii os te thae ma

oiIw SOQ rpl t wlab to
4Wii iby Too Intasal, of an he
Am--d. tAet vry" babt Wor i
el a bis. uiIt in. pete
Wtos, a fdto t ierpent.
*w ellya, mvia tSo uti.
4t1iea&t k t1 afdfvit of the
ba dI o etr evideoee to th tlr-
ffiftel m ,thortltes.
*. .'-< . .... .
v.siee @ Ofne of ,Man'S Pe.
', c tnmt Statemnc,
Vltort,, C. ., May 9.-4apanew
asparp r.eesved by the u. M-e
ppres 9f India from Tkoama
&bstain as Interview with Count Oka.
epM. opeof Japan's moat 'rolsentat
statesomen, regardinu the Hague,peaoi
Ioafefrenee in which be says: ,
"If Oreat Britaia tatroduoep a ar-
aament restrctlon proposal tWg debate
Jalan will support it, and possibly
also the United States. It would be
difficult tp speculate, tbcugh, tpon
the probable attitude of thE Buropean
powers upon the proposal. With re-
gard to the regulation of military And
ar-al battles, rights and duties of
neuttils, regulation of wireless teleg-
raph, and contraband of war, Japan
and Russia had a claim to advance
their views in view of their practi-
cal'5perlences. As far as Japan Is
moneerned, the conference affords.the
best opportunity of promoting her po-
siiUoa in international policies."

uity or raising money. I
euat ,he Never Had Sulphur In Such
Killed by Unknown Pereesl. Convenient Form as This.
T pomnvllne, fG.,-a r n R Y Br ou pamQdthwr used Sulphur as
as, a prominent farmr, ftar Bar.,hotvaifts bwsdkold rozody, ad
k, in the northeastern pat of the h ite osehold reedy, and
ty of Thomas, was kllWed by anso errdoer. Sulphur has
keown person last Plrday nilht and bea coets iskin lad blood diseases
body was found to the woods halt for a k undred m e s
| mile from ilg lhome terrly ot, But In t odM days they had to take
and beaten, The oro0 s Jsuy powdered 0iAphvr. Now HANCOCK'8
estirated and found that' hd LIQUID 8UP'UR"iTe t to you In
Bn called from h1sI'bou sperre. -the best pousble frm and you get
Mrg Friday night. He We6, away the full beeft '
th one man, presunably %! frID. HANCOCK IUQUID SULPHUR
19ng a pitol. ShotilV RSeit M sand OINTMENT, Nolay eu o-
bours later by his w lt 5ao sil sems, Tetter, smit hsM.n ad af
ugaters, but no alarm wi given by Skin Diseaass. It %*O 1 alm
n. The jury wU aug ale S~oa a' Mrs. Ann W. WIrlett of Wal g.
Verdict and will meet a. *. td. D. 0C., a three day.
vt -Takaen twaUlly ,# pmall"a the
u bish w* Infi4m A qtp Mood a end... the compleim.
Cpnhaten- DeaM1u0a tt.. lt dMggst o0el It.
teL j here tht t O W Us otln "hu' Bo oklat f1"ef X11,118,
alWsn of t0'e 'We*" 'ANOOK UQUD SULPH5 COM
ain I lB4 by thi Use s-s., PANT. Bashuore.
!., in Arnverica e u)wttk 5o After Nw York 0" Co"pelooe.
in conversation with the
f1,, I f,. minstlnler,.CitA- N.* York. M ay. 29--ut to COM-
Ita 1 %. onsirie, Vo ,psl the Consolldated QOa company and
: d othle*r o 'the eight other cmpanles doting bus-
t a, k fir f.l I % d in this tf,to relinquish tlh r
1 .;.%:1 e 14 litt febllt saest and to take froms thmo all
S'^.e X,<.nment will 5be ,l to permits see the streets w11p
,r'* (I t in eBaaaq0qtbeup. te Bow O1r Ws"m bogus Is tohe
Srrorijitoa .pineme court Tuedtay by corpora-
r.. U~c~esw'l,114 Mr. ilpon. pa beiw lf
'-" edoBl'ows.-, am e;t e0qlty of New orkti.
=a Vte te w's I* Helth I seo'd.
bi b, broIlke.lua & .a a lrtd, WMay .--u.eeI Vctoria'e
heauSLaae4 slght laNor. hesth potls"ep e cellet.. She
C6%lta w.II 1011"upas ap ed -tsok breakfast
tr1 y awit the k-s. Dr. ditterre., ln
S ,y a'? Spualshb pAik tna who was In atten-
av a dndae uam the qu e, will accept the
Ht t & ck sani title of mlarqis bestowed spon him
toI It1 Th11 11y b e ktel. ha.M refMused to
af M nd in Te sOpiSt any pasayetaW ewatio fotet
in h T e a. ser .,.

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To Each and Every Person Who Re-i

new Their Subscription to The

Sermi-Weekly Sun for Another Year,

or to The Daily for Three Months---

Altsto Any New Subscriber.
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/Beneficent epidemils are scarce, but such a one has struck Gainesville,
ansu people of every station and occupation have the fever.
It is most interesting and intructivo to study the constantly changing
line of applicants for Pocket Banks as it filew through The Sun's business
office There is the mother, bringing her daughter with her and securing a
bank for the girl, another for herself, and inquiring anxiously whether 6*4
may have another fdr the boy-who it at work. She received it promptly. :
Boys come---oa sare teady, serious.faod chaps who have beg t
th"tk on their own account, and who ask qultions about the operation
the scheme which bhow theeremulrs of rubbing up againt th- world.
Then the High Shool girls and b ys, gay and active, while the W'
ma and business man "slip in" during the noon houw to get a bak for
bly or girl at home, after asking one or two leading qutetionq tom ak)n res
there is no joke about the 25 cents. '

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~dfor an additioal 25 oats when a depassit m 4 awlft m in cub
j*aU .winl to. to vw;f!Y wo ewhaval opportunityt.

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.W T OW I n ; .

ciyest cards ia

Sesto .-

r th bed i t toher Ml| '
B rif e. ,.; "' ,
Bhtker of WAsI V .
45 city y sWterday *. -W *
tlease for s le. In 0 ,

Kelley. oneds
Loyal Tef businessvMWt
delighturday afternoon at 4',

the best printed A

interests. l Th
H. Winter and W. .h!Bo
in years old. Apply

e. Duke of Palauble Ot
|o a visit to. her broI* sir
rd Air ke. ..
S 4x Toco cameraa. w.tha w
l outt, for sale. In good orye

a brief business visit ,th the
Alice Butler haa goae Ot
Creek, where she will ped a ftew
Addelghtfully with her stia O. .
Cherrnut has retrlney d from a
to his eftensitve farm h MUr A
where he has been looktg e r u
Stere st. *
lt. Winter and W. 0. a.SIyM
They are valuable of
eSeaboard Air Line. o
I. Brown and J. W. tpthdo e

States land office.
noted-Manager for branch ot.
we wish to locate here ia Gala..
Address, with reference, The

Searrptt, formerly a merchant
Uls city but now making hiS head
" in High Point, C C, i'a
on a brief visit to his mother,

~ei11 P Shettleworth of Evinston.
Lillton of ,ochelle and M -ol
r. y of iniihsi were among ,ioe
tpent yesterday in Qaiies0Vllg. -
Bkarding iarpa wanted for e*U'
ail Student. Citiseme who Wll r5
tie sunlner boarders for debt
hks. thinning June 1T, S?
Sto notify the undersigned by 9
& liirni city address

oday b-ing a National ln boll
- ori Day-the ha of
S as ca..ll a t nid ae
da .nd the postohes will pb
h th, u sal hours, the egl7w'y
hbab ,ln from 2 to 8 O'etokb

o .i" r Prof. o Was
e r nIcipal of M9tbs
Rt O Chelle. one t the
s schools ihn the ty,
i t*V1~~ (i)Aed the tam.

5LVER .1


4hs if4LW .;eyimiwb w, to a a o nl

' -,

I ", ].,
city wingft l

t~one, forthebest
t 4h w, and it

poew thesen"le.

Aot0t ablte to statici
tor 3 Srs whi eater th
but =oeiot-heotate tO
4t oesn in tIe parlpft.
There ba o rethainged*

ger dt t Clark bome Wednesday

LshBsase Crosby of Dunuel-
Als0 guest of her sister Mra

i e shingles, rosinela barrel
Bgtr a hedngs, write T. J. Cone,

this I Imortant We

. L ~3A5t' PI 1 GOODS nHO I I 3


'P *,

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-is full of the (cnrnNce hlnwg s f k v'id~

We haug Tjreeea mew ft Dry tVods.,Looes, Einbreld. 'Our Shoe lDepartment cemean
lot of w I3-LiNeNDo*k "OerII&,It ,we r esat l 0011 Yrem. the hadiag brands-for Men, W
etc.-alt latest styu& 401,169 mew P0dsto 1all the deo. sam"d Children.- We can S

M E i 'V""arnishing., Un4erwear, Neck-
m i IM wear. Late style Men'si Oloth-
Ing, made ,bI&le best tallors In the country. The
styles ra ritM priioes also.

We can
need Irom

supply your
6ur immense

prices most reasonable.


stock at

We are 'o aerve our cotomers, and endeavor at all times to pt the best the market
'af"o'dI and sell at very lowest prios.


stoqas fnd mortgage dee"s for
t et o mlee. dFifty ed ler So* 'A M Anit N especially attractive to those eduoated
4 l per hundred. I n the more refined classic music, wa
I. ,00on of Sapp was In the city very highly appreciated, and was as
Tues ~i having come to consult Dr. RS ori loCC S -
an rlve to ome dental Kyr Blieoa (from Festival Mash iq C AFE.RMTAU RANT.
W r b) .................... WIegand.
AmI the prominent visitors to e rnity Cro ded to Chorus and Tenor Solo. (Next to Poloffes )
Gainesvitlle i Attorney ThoW. W. wi td Solo-"0h God. Have Mercy"....Men
ltg of take, who is here on profe. W g ll a. dela .
.ial i business. Rev. F. Stuart Hyatt. NOTICI
Mr. and Mrs. James Skinner and PRtOGRAM DRb P UT FINS l -toolan April let' w will put o
Ur. MorriGa of Archer oere aong G l ........... ....i. egand o Sommaer rate ofa 4 pey w .
thse ho favored Gainesville with On of th in Mu l TreatChorus and Tenor olo. m -and 44 trading tiekete. Stris.
tveit th Pinet lol ratSolo-"Song of Thanksgiving". Allit. ly IBret*alsi in every reepeot. Tewo
th resence Tuesday. Ever Heard in Gaieavll -Organi sen largely Wstrie l, nsuring eomtor.
T* Municial League will hold an ed .deor Ldefs*hb of W. 9. Cad Mr. W. S. Prindle.
wftrint meeting in the Haymansis waldder- pleniS ucesoer COLD 0 OF ALL NL
Sk 'Chitty's store, Frirday ev- Ven Creator .......... Wiogand. ,B IR N OF ALL R "AS,
(t, at which a full attendance is de. One of the laeat and most refined Soprano and Teno Bolon and Chorus.
SMOolfe the bests, oErretbiog
Sr, audiences ever sagmebled In Gainews Organ Solo (Velkelleb). .Mendelsoohn. aloe. G0am eomiked to order
SDdo*t jb different about your av* vile assembled at the elegant new W. Paekhanm, Mus. Bach. for sporsman.
oring extract. who Ble Ribbon Va.Holy Trinity BEpleppal church, Wed* Cre0 ................ Wlegaqd 0IRN YARLY sad LiTS
niaf wil go twice as tar as the weak, n y e occasion bein Chorui. Soprano and Baritone el o--s.-- ---
orimar klp, and will prove a acre ltfor the can- Solo .............Mra Prldle.
ITen, Aeel fund of te church, which was Sanctus .............'... Wlea nd

'serous #I, o thjer ie ter ,Mr. Mary Ito 1 F Ituart Hyatt i
rone of th ne Jt u ical treats ever Chorus and Sora.ro Solo
strik d, at Clearwater Harbor. --- ... turt Hytt. l Illi
The pa ot/et Is 49to 1pected to live, T enor Soloa. d...........W a W O l u U! g t
and Mr I *ttook is ow at her ubed Tenor Solo and Chous
ride. 1Organ Solo (PolonaIse in A)..Chopin
Dr. and Mrs. Ca m and their Wm. Packham, Mu. Bach. id Picture Fra
charming daughter, Al i90, who Agnuer Del ................ Weigand
have been Ia the elt*. on visit to oprano, Tenor and Baritone
the former's son. J. H. Callershave 1 __ Solos and Chorus. I N S AWI ,
returned to their hone in Memphis Those Who Sang. I.
Tenn. They were well pleased with The soloists on tho program were
ane le. as follows, each artist doing his or800 R
Attention is directed to the adver. her work with ret credit : 1 9 BR
tisment of Josi eph Knoas who i Soprano-Mis I uale* .P. Brown,
offering a bi week of bwa .i e Mrs., J. A. McKinstry Mrs. W. T
ginning Monday, June 3. At edft-'e 1 PriAdl. Mrs. H. P. Rihbards.l .w
everything is going at ridlculosly low Teonorl-Mr. W. E. CadwaUllader. M-ea oft
prces ad an opportuatty a of Prof. R. W. Clothier, Mr W. M. W ..Dab, V ae y i D
S danopportunityisnowta to wlU
tred purchase goods cheap. D IA terl i nk Mr. J. A. Goodwin.
Priends of/Attorney o.e tone-Rv. J. Stuart tt. TN OW FALT
eld are glad to see hm out agan. Oan-Mr. Wm Packha
after an illness of several days whkg BOaM na'a
lo-.ed him i to hin room. Certa Th ch was coia mpo- ed wOo6o*
friend. declare that Mr. Seoeld k hasjoafwtt al poall lss ins m 01Y"STON BA KBR
bad the meaale, and Mr. S0o0Md o -a vr l. R. 5CA3.
good-natdl replies that ito noL. t M
ok" *,Deamett, hs es e P. fPowa, HigSU
Jobb Fennell sand" M or n LS Colman, Mrs. J. 1. Cooa
Judge 0. ason and others l M Si fis Nel Cot, Mi(iasls
thes^, svitr *rW_ m Mrs. J. A.
teiy fo Rieb mod. Va.. wher they A..I&C..Pitts. M fr. ....B. F 1- ,, s.:.-- X L
on a coat of the United Coated-. AU -Urs. S. U. Abostt. MM S P A. IN' VII
ag Veere re .They 3 Miss (. M. Cushnmas. x uggAin3.V.MisU.
wom voterams reunion. They o _ants to
A. X610sa .Mrs. S. L L. *Q*.
Vif to be absent eeal days, &AdrWe do an
is is needless to a" Ahat they will loesr.-Lwet. L 3. 3 Proe. 3. W ais fas
i the adersV. othere, Mr. W. M.ft Mr. ? ra.e
A. Goodwwb. Mr. iKeftet IL Smo as aNd all
Mr. and 1 0 s.ft DFtke and Ba.-Rev. St-art BmrtS M r. H. Alibuslises
vimmem of Dmm Oua 8 s a o A. mdalflMr.LC.Ica1:sOWL

by ear r*, llf .. -<., Mr. ..r .. *i?
re.pi.tiTe ... rings. t Idaual.. M llautiu *... ..wa ,
*- -i -- Cn I ehe
fee the *4 week. Thu rolsdw
hwe, for awbal hw$, ami their -1 Ift~iin wI rtj -nresator- Mr v RW.aek dwer.
&rW& were tlM. .mi.w Ireui a Clma uetoi-Nr. W. t. amm*lsadm..
H. C. Oka t 6ft ~tSrday PAer Pr. M* ae yoor y tatoh P"it at TMe
wbereohe ss er Inee the oa- iaca e Ae _____ --
WtKe tr o w efr sfya thse *Is.tat sc d Lo Mn at rosin"gOHr MI at t
0n eetbid s Ado 4 t M es eleaWnt mea .. a b~
s vellp w I 1W eems with *l oft-soft
r eli* p s srr Uls Fu num l .g
hef. v **hlt' rwE." :1d
to.Mr. 3t a. s. 0. eme1t .e m

U nin ing MONDAVY, June 3d
off 4ie newest and most attractive stock of Fine Dry Goods, Olothfg
andM&koe ever brought Gainesville. We make thi entire week >'.
Asason of unDreodented low values? Every dennitinpnt



7rT W a f,7at d Presi

W ne 1 *;4PaCe.uglen ithat,

*1'0 d' SINLEY

pt. fa. Mtrs." and rf t

s*Im. ws me uo mO ad t o
Ol.W $ lobdgirl. twa jisgiy so0. o .t ii,. came.
BoB T d: Oftr.oo Mari. Atrnw b 7 pem-etathie to TI iggle-no
of bg rlr an4 lt.o Mr r know of the
Ss 7ut J ow sot e w ma4 to .te to prolongto o
ct e Tgth bi pd ad to lanatuntiotenayxtsesioy of. jIt tl No. 1M 4 by Mr. ol tohope
pow oidates ,n0, h woman, who W.a told 'that' ihe as t r4"t ito eensu 1 other lat
04 14W S' is Oiki not last for this world, nd fco im. WrP'miou t. The bill proved* *)^tyte roovery.
as t5 *a JinGt l*d' I aysae her gtory, the j5o wt SS L lPo d
rd tol e54 o n0 M1 The Mulb woman wa i.errep frOS eMo woty ;. r op,
or Jd 7djjtMr:.Aleay ane d sinow coisr ned in thse theP Ma nthe sper t h haveton r
SML0 9 -- A l ote ,sla, 4 717, oout jfAD were i he will t bely &*ytt to have more "rt
# ad6 stg ,r t tte l atg to ,Atem untl othe next setodi of th tU h a. o"r. fs tso' t na he
4oK S. t of ere am.end.'
eStahi 'e be e" e on .1ii o The story goe0 that the. Mulberry meat rIUedcilI Sliin fief tour
SUNI6Cthe tGbO
of sast, --naphrie Palen. In an eno- h deavor to aohorplh to three. M+m.,or the adbp.
armor ad> A. ujttigmeserarl's de. 00 desired result, adminlitwed drugs t of S m^iwt.which wa. '
prtlldm tentm flas the Ilxry of the swich we effective. but witAh mult dto. r bri
adjutimtol at $2,500. On roll d in the death of the vletims unday l n favorof ad on hi
X w. pasee by vots ot 10 to s. 0t1, ot l It Wo. reolt t,, WI Im uad ,,9 .
di a bB a MW0 o* athe House Of e red n R. LB. Ayer. who had bee is Ued Po paot8 u10 pe 0h1ot1 Wos ..
ea ttvw were eobld.ed,. oa motion a to to attud the wveyan th t ', "Y bi, No. 1SY b''i '. t k. i I
votinint o060b. b e oo
BofSe!n catoreint he, and ,biePn a tw !tof the nom.discovered fJtmgint t t A
b *k! pen a o ut bo rta.gar o ee ero.lled ahd th syMptohe o Lot patet tiht Wte pfMed ondr walrmt smub |'y
I it ,te H foum e Wi tordeedto proper coaiw. condlti, dhela od wh e bil. .m of "lo ft m "S, .
46-. ctft" tk A P*. 680 In caves when Imilithsatuta~y. and he immediately otlf 10 rel~thttot. oi s
*S^ ^t~^ Bu .^ ~ consideration was determined upon. justice Colnun of bg dscov4ry.A pder suspeon ot EWie.
1 '1'Houswe bill No. 95, by Mr. Watson- w on, saturday evening Lt J I'W%. bll No. 1, by NMr. Cip. iv WLI M N'iLLJ.
4 dmS4 4*rlc. l taquitrfla paymuet of liesM tax by Colman, accompanied bY Dr. Ayer' u by Mr. Tkompmon of f*er- Mrs. MoKinley's last words W
^ay 3oold l e..jr iraohesident fshermen and proscribing went to the woman'* home. She was-d r iierno to frespass and Inuey for death. An attendant ^aJ
B this bill. proposed byte penalty for tailurt to do so, read the. told that she could not live, and that to lty; passed nader waiver of McKinley ol*sy W
b'll .S Uop4byt second time with amendments., which her dying declar4ion was w4ated, rules llnger?' Pla God,f it Itt
S 9ir over !fIt of were adoptedL. The rules waived and when the victim related the whole Houa bill No 18, by Mr. Wilson of will, why deter t.' She wo:ld I
s ti l ovee th th bill redad, third tle and pass*- tory, .n substance that she had en. Lee, memoralising Congress for tide I o, 'He is gone now, and 1lfe
Ifoust, the 4 to 1. lightened the Mulberry woman of her levelwaterway across Florida by dark O
Sto sce te The Goveaor's Mansion bilL.a sp- condition, when she (Mulberry) told of Caloosahatche river and Lake ts wouldhe aleglio fll from when de s
|moto the bill to etl Order ot r w Tuesday. W her ot to be alarmed, that hle woud keechobee, from Gulf of Mbxtio to- Meleh retr
Sclled up bly tor I Headras., be- cure her. She gave i la, Atlantic Oeean; adopted. So there Were present Ba.
Ing House bl0to. 499, by Mr. Melton which was taken, and dU 1Senate 1 No. 173. by Mr. Tram- tM M an
a&eSdom trad of Duval. The bill w rea th e see- tatal. u mell-RelAs -to0 CIiis 5anst thr Dy.S; Ai d Mrs. wou
t0dM* thedttIt time and As awaM t m e'door An Autopsy PeiPefte d. common 0rlet; pased un I ms R. t Dpra. .Prtmann and RirN
E^L two e .s t of ver ABlf the aphPtthofst to $1,000 wa After the deat of t eet pension of Crule.. sad the aurse.
S adopted. This is Wquidfor woman, Drs. J. P. MoKimstry, Jr, and House bill No., 141% 7 M. W r lis M MoIMfje lasted hours 131W
e t t o~t" to loemt ai rsha of a441* Ayer, performed an autepqy. reprt of 14Vy--telating tV" cov0f i a t Wthea we -eaptSd," saidl thie MC
Sf *dooim ltofal grrounds se @ Aralshte aie that deceand came to lwr death e rat r ll up m hte d rod, tary. Ier Itallty was wonderful "
wBand". The f wt* waived and the cauae of pelo pWicalitls. der suspasa of rules. said Dr. Por a.
t*, bill read ~e third time and srf l bill No. 411. by Mr. Reese T7e fuineratne ents. "fV
.t hmlel. oe od by vote O &t6 to t, The C.ener Jury., of t ica -Provildta for .appoint, made, am Buxton .
C +3r, 'Tr w f Slenale bill No. .id, by Mr. Hum. A coroner's jury was C iMel 5ept by Slate Board of Health, of charge of the ertles,, whih l. r
p li te-M4akIng t iawttt to place by.Jstloe Oolman ad afte W sanitary ilspector of hotel and board. be simple, .they will bo
es for tate A as obttruction ti gable drains, t the dying Stfmellt of the l un hoMe; paseds 8I to 27. the McKlanley rgidenc at 1
5olU'er pettoa (bd tie ce. and canaj, ti'ths Str.te, was the port of t phy ad Reus bill No-.U. by Mr. Re.e Wemnesday. meleary Cor'' "
ate by the rlrt ' t*da read t, full the Ifd ,.. a. d pased, evidence vedilet of rett t ofl sealb-Requbg pUtoo'o direethng the arreUfag.ents i
1| troop relativev to gjW toO ; the effect that the jretUm to Santacllatt tewaat by county comnt- 8n1alt hel until after the "
da anfteruno. It ~ Ss, e bill No. 1M h. Mr. Ktr iand her death through an attsesat or e smi pased. oL f ,f c o '"a. i...
i s trictly oherved. u(il tK e-AmeudIon felIl statute. Francle Mulberry, to AeebwplI a t us bto.* by Mr. Farrt of eqoe of a"a a(ter whit
Senate tae bill pai '* to the wtoll .easirt ge crieinal opers~ca. Dav' I as abdlltons o the oroso l ,as ai 'h
it unbawftl tat t hsntateintes t the aMl and of M ute- et puuaNtaedo yes 38. nays damhie l utesMI permit hit
**M eam f wet to a d.y ,tti ,atdNoba o the -s1oil akeeel In the nl MaNgro0-relatM to paye Sr. edd- M.e le per t- h"i .
the companion ( t* tt wae a read tl 1 toa etey e ttee etork. Lode a t 1bill No. 04 by Mr..m -tend lstall-tto of lges t
JIsu4hrtes. wta tma committee j *aou auop Hoass bill No. 584 by Mr. Wma.k RAu*f to plItes Wt*lm~; isassed thee bertae reqdred -: *
by the introduced to a ,4. At m au 4m + at --Palhbting m ogif toid- gt .o l 0 I tm, he ,g busl t B .vter? "-
rte Iao. ,,ea.ure.* AaMss. the matter, ltergohey eMt to rauroad empt1ope. U 1djouraed at M p. m. ontf isl ga o e. ,
bilt amen.ding ebatqr pused older to betel fr. Ho bil No. 585. ay Mr. walker g, a Weeeay. ,hsto ws e
lgavlwerti. was aswm p.t* Se, owwp ality to the N l. -Setitt to obetrotam of public 5U-"at w 1
Sth felate until Wednows Ssal. t lM .. ^r r. arhe 4 MEW 000 IPELLW LODa. le. .
t the .akry o- ,., ,certlacatee ht e f e Tsyte-4elatiag to eape ert a L . -. ed Jalim W Wa

ba U2500. embraedlhw asrad ",* -- --WOVJ"iiSor samied ~aps. F m"www1w 3. Cup I-.
ha. Luop pa seed bcbut*rd"WaiVed4red4.. ROOM sebillNo. UT, b 3Mr. ftr4of .t..
-kt0e slate ecz~mses si ne, pow* msgrht IL t. wo$b
1JL wi 'tIN, "ou Usr e- .bW lNo. $$I. bX r. Mss llle 0 e ehadthe wtie say
dtedeth Of the State ieaeIsae% &~ wtie~ at PutaU"-Dftok*litamA WMthing. IV a the ft the uualybep af
=06Awi6 ds~t ..n-A"0 ammulttee*a Uas.*c A Isgi Vat* sa c v* ftfmtew &ml L euw d
Mr. Trm. Tu of V#P p f~db .&Off a
M e, bow 5IK by the ft'0 me*"-f-

7N eWL 4" "M SlI~Wpee
U-4 ..sailh.
~ Jg5




JAOO ',Ore~i ver O1at o

V ~ed ~in the bIll t

th waeWRAiu


A-so of -W statue


aoue hllNo.98~byMr.' atsoin-

~~~~, ~ ~ 0 Auiwr ofnut S lcsi. taipb
sabesdet f~sr#nAnd'onesroiblg
pealty o b t* I.r ,

oteIU OWru*es&Wamived and
wow dtrto 1
b~l No. 6'.'by M: Wataft

a* i.h govaent Of bimeL axspby
ispealty ( up allurto do8%M e ad th e..
lag ous ?J144W ~T1 Mltona~

a4.~~ted. Thd s rqult4fr)

tsus tali with amendmens, whie
were Jadopthe U waived and
the' bill readI ime a nd Pago.

preMato gI 1,Itoplc
Ti hetruotls ass~lon d&evs-
f and a kfSSa IBU Wa

%gadIS fUll the t Vjar. Mlto
of Dubll *04W46kgoo-
014009d. Tbl hI Ism*" tarl.

I~~~a~ a:a pi;~ aide
mmadft. The Q. at v$ot and

OWt, bubillrea and

$d. asb ilad obi., -Mr. Hum-

4"d'obns ntsteejm 0"o spat.

ritoG At 'the v "W Senatd.

sGaAtothe "dater a btey
ft ed. At tL Tbbroo a $"Nd osr
'Aft" tb smas'itr ttw adpr

I' pased older to
O the opph~alls'4tr toI.S he l
$ matelbW 21ft WF Mr Clark

nwift W"i was t
kh. ftff lvd. red
i tall aid paserd Sinud

fr se bovus br eat,
bm :X66 W 4" p. N, aa

0sIlleage Deeta
ow T ".86he a S Pashi Iaa sb
dlsam absm Aeqb
l rU ~~hsthe a

~63r rn~ik~Cwk b



-WrOM 4 *e* as*ONOw

WIMI oas though ~Csmo

a" Ca Safgitmatw bYi ytq,
at 0 0*b r ep.4 n ; ,.L.

so cm o trls:wol&an9o

U* heri Aft, the pbu4ay
The Ki*r6 'waan was .aftoW9
tuesday ~lin~ii b '
"od now lined inIr
aoopt~t, ir sbT wlUWNt0
t6 the next 0* 6 o the

T story oes that the'. lbr I
*omusan,.f an 4144var to aauplisk
thedesredres~t dtntnlststid d~tUp
vWl* ** oftedttve. but wb"'iiop~t
444a th deat t the victhe u'av

I J owbb hb had his
to-lo attood fo.:r' b~t;

ISW5b7 anal

_Of fltely
,Wui3 00k turdby evioulggoYblt
Colman. accompanied -by, D. .......
went to the women's home. $be w
told that she could vot Ave, and that
ber'dying dyclatlon 'was wqated,
*hbn the victim related the whole
story. Isubstancs that she had en-
Uihteised the Mulberry woman of her
ondition, when &she (l~bierry) told
he rsot ti be alarmued,t6 vroud
mar eher. S0he .gav
whic h was'taken, awd
fatal.' pj .~4
An At~psy
After the 49MU oa t the Ofabto
woman,.Drs. J.1. Mdiopiry, Jr4, sd
Ayer,performedan &a~q, reiO
that deceseWd came to-ier, death ftft
the 'caue of pelvis ewM1*its.
The asene d4"ry.
A crooner's io vu ea
by.Juutioe oiWwa. and attecrW
tif the dying stbment of the
the eport aofi phvdrdt w am
the *Rf eathat the $ftsam s 'A
her dath thtougb m e tOSt o alt
TrakU M lulberry, to aOchfpYbO
enamel ---- .-- I-~..-- -r
malomo.-f Muac-l4 1 p60
of judiciar 0eamaltmp Clerk. LUq.
)EousuO bill No. 5$k hi Mr. Fadik
ser-Probiblttin sa or at ofntowA-
won to raflmd eapispue. '
HouwUil -No. 55 GUJ WMr. ataUNUrM
-Relsting to obstrot '-of k

Rosa.~ bill No.C7 bbY li. Falnrr
eer~ Jail. or must P..b

Hlrm MU Nob SM, lir~t. )~
de of utmra.-DrLLk* ~ieprr e
bs'ama~te es be.
mdkb rshet a.~~
ed ls6 ~YblC~



$ivi CsD 'en ilN. by'*
00 p, relating o4w

eD~t~*s 0e *e A ad S40* ve

'thaiw a-PO W1Yur ONt
0"n -Iowlg~e~mz tro .00o
Room t Wree. *. '~ Imm Minea&b
Most ofjCX the auaeokmq t/7 *b~c ar

r t 'Patti r y brief-'
ma, e tsvr'a "00 th tSol AbdO nw

res., at payfs, e*S tell.O 4k

sting twot$

bill No. 10, by


HouU il ul, $0 18, b Mr. Wilsmon o
La, memorallsifig Congress' for U4*
level-waterway across Florida by'*a*J
ft Caloosahatohee slyeer and Lake
lkeochobee,, from Gulf of IEfex1& to
iAtlantf Oce~an; adoted. il

Senate bil No. 173, by Mr. Tramn-
ane.,-elangto alnut

pension Of rules.
House bill No. 242, 1, t Ulll
of Loevy-4fel~astiu o !!V "ovicts
t~arum trae d toads,
suspbaftes of rides.
bil No. U&.'by Mr. Roees
st Xm~bla-.,.Provmfagtfor appoint-
,an bySate e ad at HealthI of
Acita7 lnspetol it hoteland board
leg m Mose;u'we~ 81 to 27.
Wq~p bl No ;,W y 2Ur.' -eese
ofsnaI I#W I I cunatid ofn~
byMr. fPuvis of

as,& es 8 s~
Ssm*b bl No. 3 yMJag-
RelImg to puab* spritfng:; M-psd.
%IL %~
W& 44 ~m mw at 1 to t nt
IL'~a Wiinesday.

"~WOW"DUUW' Loft&

WINI s av Ismay

^i% rented Presi
4J lt Canton, 0.

me i l:W4',' ia Peaceful that l
D;IICulty In Tellq
MIh Cam"-Sketch

a 28 .--At 1: I
n, Mrs" AcKKa

leep bhIt known !
;;Metransition from 11l
peaceful and grad
diculty that
and atter
Mutation came.
'1 n o struggle--no pai
.... r 6*vTer knew of the
..e. to prolong hb
*, gl" so lpitous hope al
strO Alll nd other relatil
.e),r recovery.

WulLTAx M'KrLt.
> lt i /aey's last words w
Aqr'dla. AnAhttendant said: "Mr3
MoKinIeWy oVd6 say, 'Why should
llaMger' l God, itf t is
WUl, u ir dt r ft.' She would *
'"Oir *bI Is gone now, and life i
dark t aw.' Other kindred expte
6lO~I VOW1 *od fall from her lips.'
At tAM OUaley. home when dea
-ame there 1 present Secretaf
u07telyi, Mr. a Mrs. M. C Bar
O aer Do. lSai suWd Mrs. wii
R. n!ri/ o.Poftmana and R,
?r*. :VMsp lasted hours' I0
w'ttaa We w 6if," said the .ea'
tary. ifitialty was wonderful,
astm Dr. tr a.
Te fgeamettmInts F')far
made, or' ts-t Buxton rld ,a
Char f of, yees. whih'h ire
b ta stp, i,.they will bp *, j
the Melaly Idence at2 2
Widjijy. Seore"ary Cortt# '."
i tt earUm rh'ents. 1:
al~ ft h Bnte.&after th- '

*q0o fV b "M stsr Whlllt. upl;
- eq bt7~ quite a' h()
tbe~s ~ as It Vol',
low-DII hill toil
his I rs.( '

j to bs'~ I Idli
d Gate.La
Ville (,.,r
LM. cushtr

-elm dul'
le odge 4
~ VPspects

wa h it

*V ''


u Stove
Smeins highly
M maintained
u L Every
wite to our

utlamp for
sound house.
tiq. Made
ligh t-giving


~ r o 004pt totollow

b~ 4be big"dW

h" admot it
Vto maeieO
musGeE g -e

*a ee"

IMo"*4 'ote.;" W. a. mantlk, of
*strtw"Ou "Hery OGt~dy," V
Usai sofd eaoVille,"Con-4.oldsift. 1
I"$e of a !mttb of"'Aadon-
a~ Aib 0b %~~C~evolle, "The
American &A~h IL kf. pun of
1 Th p~e~*~ ~u~esc:wasn
ambsined ~ -.al etaIs o
uwme~e~i~Wb~ ~eDb0a

4 tniy rIu- y h

oll mot


lkhV ~*e

for, mewI~t4Z
~ It~ litfbylit 6 I


?h~ rvatmb s*bautful. s3a14out,
........ . .. . U l 1

0.146 moeri, tbpthe

Flor ida, 8641memb er o t Inns

the ,a Octr~o whpo dem. t4, t'd
I is horn., afbe
$$ teeZoa eem:m at aire 4w-s
*1, "the mw olePbuJli#

mfks-or- ft"' who e lftpe ,tlqusi

0" ftaftr whtIch
41. pr .m on, d04". Do

O attco wilildt beg h;~Sin .

favrabe now "t116"threbeing noj,
4INc w YAW Inecrng00 eor cEma.
**WlA. whethreeBoildi-ofSConhoulbe
@wolesepowithe is hewiht ot.
.at Costructon wil begi. %de
diffcilr I seurig %o of w a
Itwal th tre buldng shul b

material to be wsed wHH brick and
globethe .me as fthe esent build.
*Thiswill act oily umesaa 41Wsaryum-
*or for Oalaesvillo, bq thaf at tW
end of, 6e tralvergtyo, at ps'IWe
will be gande rand"terw te e!ver
with *any edd4$tlomul m~g

pa~e te Dmocac:" L)~sem u o w
61,f *We eh sot ate ,tr:H
-Uiuetmomal Ton-
Ie isdeacmo"-" C, 0. Tooojkims oftJasper,
*t 00,W~UelBRaly DhatAOSU."
6 Ws the 4eOImleof the JMass.WO he
arn.mooed abd haaduome me aoaJ
Riven by the trustes wll be awarie
ti suab -ofthe wha~n Thuwgisty
f,- ," 11 ratff

lawe. Resews Cesio".
I& SUNwithh bs famly at I'alhbusef I
vv' Lrawetto leain oat at )s omanilti
*f 4s. 3ra ,0who WnATO
oln* i have at aboe for
memb. by the Bpti g
IS -W that be MIght refafit
bweath If possible, pr"a to so"
ag Mr part of 00hin GeOWg
Pbyiqop bo W bhb iobad 0dl

A Poo, Or.e
P1MlNekmWis. sshe"bpoe
w edi m" into "o fewb

W~eh.disuolet Imbun sub
%we %lo* 0 ems4
lid ON!wdo0 4m



Stoks largerr and nmore eg
es) quality at modioat
Spring and Summer
Sent upon rt

i a I I I I I

Our new

&" ....A.VAN., R ii (
G9O -""Coe

ibe OI-oistie How Hd I~norgil

4:=c #oo Iswmmiq
vow 1~thell 4** A&

For frill 401A

tego Ilon oxJ






FR 1r




04 SU




I. I-.

. f

the d-


city of Galsh
words, Mt' 1
the M
was fAVIC'S
the blIte
Of AgricUlt"I
middle AM.
mystem ofso
an fouid

an 4provel At
Jetundw I
5the ftw*
peducation e

a the farms to 0
terank of tii
Calilngs. bust th
Wekto the f~
Wee more In-
I the demmn4
a them. "Nov,
ig men*to-
geiand tr~h~b,

Lr. Sl(

e baccalaureaes aw n M wa- do
by Dr. AnWI _i _0 1r01
of the Univ t ,
for his subject b teri
er of Education.V J toa
show the trend m t' eo
cis Bacon, i i oa"'h
cement of Learnn4 *bo
Idols are the deepet14is adl 70
h human mind. T- 'Hki'a to t
bhli) of which the t i"s-give
treats under t09pe ads: 'Idol
the tribe,' mea=lng tWh Crop O
mon beliefs and pracoe4 t
h nen give theemehles tikeau
natural predisposhlon, h pMlt. w e(
on or environment; 'idolOfth
t,' meaning the body Of lkthoiuigi
otos4 which, aoqred 11 the U ace
t of birth and imu- nd tui ttil
Itute the so-alXUed eastal stocl
10 many people aiid iiy, r tb
I of the market pInoP wh W P
k words and plis gfibly gUa
bout a thought of theid l' t 3e5t
or value, or a-. a
accuracy or
"The great fun ed tii I
shatter the idoMls aA l Wa
market place, d.. lead ,iei
th.e outward IM o 0 tb
be from the hp'a w htt
the market place, 01 the i
unr-alities of their
TYe into the sluatia "
the real and u ..
'Culture Is a ir W te'5 t a
s ducatlonal M ai ."
i4t Sene; d
Sof all ed sti, .... rJ
Te, vital.
Small knowlsge W 1
Wude to A* wa ',BW,
bsion of this
id conduct. we

Good' J
ntL.s why

&fthwtirry, C

L66 "d#p- I
MUooN n



ordo Anythi,

otI&MIn the

S-hiwst a f tetb

* 1bWaqta (tai ad 1ud tt dl bes.k IaPO
^ '. I a i ttu c A tl b h i m t hel o t*s oa f
Stor pde ae d lCar n ay r1gId I tba - ***

oeIt to
o ah lt o, andlof .t aft ( te loss or wig htBa Sp hvtt on to Wom
Sa po er im teand deth, ao herit- ehd o. Ila tlok back w if m ml
Sr r or e t Ts at It was'Wt but then only t K t L am onlSy.
Sda ta loo. i for te lea derrdi fr om bondage to d
S"That edtt tion ias de vo.t sit 1r day au pailing temtpe t. _
oK n M um stf e.toously. Nu wWith 4x atcae bey ttbt ,le&y.. ould N.oiat .. t e i m 4 _ ,
hIt thef to liatter'in Ids and m at th es yo at once our trol to the be se or t
t m hi. paoe tIves to new oer. Yor liability to &r,, as well as Case,*
w ihptWeOrs, and capa. ty for tt Diplomas wore the gtv1
It fallluea AdIit ks i tto ith lest kkes graduates bydPre" Vd,
t was only byW he V its fall. who onewfled wth the lad, grand tfath that dr'. dere of Bachlor of ,i
a t Ws.mt the bran of prijlstivs ch"ist ston tehon, and pertsec6te' s6rd 4 towa the oowon.rdpote
ed s was a ble to cope with tB were all bad mtn. They est and s t ti last you i. Morea A. R.
dan and difficutites tbh amere th blind adhieents of ome to e ntr*gg sad tearMess Oupter #d C. A. Tompkim
e n ,p ed hib and the very survival .e old ordhr, b aS they took what nd lesow b uraie a itsrorees heverly t and tso pres"ve stars or in the odayglare, may Mr, t mort maio of the eOs
ao a bie a l, nd.il exllng o r and oppose te lift' your hea o hee wor
t ae a l one. tb become the eastom u draw r then your powet tad the ty the Unerit
not to Msiduialf suhertor'y, hil to bip. us to regar4 theman s b ooneecratloa. Active, tearless, j aUlty. He paid a tooching
[' and better braias. The.listor of to 4 bld. ut t o abet ble, without servility. d filed Ith the reat love and devottis
t ence, espq lny of I0cne, has o now P jiethe mplelthwat the majesty of a u trt pnt t. go ste t shown by Dr. Meid
tL e 1 P the story of this confit oopl Juda's fall e forth eaWlg sa to coqQue Thus closed the cd eAW
or the treboing of he rc PlmAtive *aw only thalfpbendWit roir and the eaat.ti.A dt Medals, ie *or the University of th

mo died gr under thsue the pFi t od
. m d er the orge o u dweolation. D Othe sorw and the Pofoite N l. bl afto with hhy U n(mb
t kpwn dis Medll science t bitterness! it was the world-old After the beooalrte W4it y =N
Slasmt came 'w bil reeue nd. freed straggle betyn the olddnd the Honorable N. Bryia, preat .
him from a tror wheh he did not new-the wtid-old *ervew worsbip the B r of Control, aanounet .
*a4ta d. Primitifn e man was liutt. of the idols of the oave. k wnans In the in aro" ooatetw had
e 4 by m antains and rivers and the "Al' progress to our present tate Preseted the folowe edait W eoM t
a Nstgow eUgReR tof his own Jnaall has been over sman bttered Idols. A ndal given by Benater BDokinan ta k e, tepMit c, the tSr, 4

Syoked the at okfo her obarot, regress has been so tragle, we shall W.- W 110'
reedo, bt e m esae e tbw r t-ireasoln ith blind worship
I of a et ee world. And teadil dols of cave a tribe ad sophomore contestant in deblaatlon, ofthin ttt atsIa
a m adverse conditions edltu4 i'# t place, because the attitude W. B. Martin. $ idesresi An d tt
Sk ks t (or freedom; bha won 4 ad act of worship Is both rounded A medal given by tb;board of Com wsI t"e Asse n pe.
~ PR* th ; p4 and wIU ,^ in. ad tends to perpetuate mental trot!to tie beat Juntloforator, 3 M. U. lu
0Its greater itore is the days O de which are entlally opposed 1 t.h 1 2
ome. to chane. These established metal A*dal given b
"In tif eeseod and' hIghest sense modes are comednly Wethargy and
the liberating power of culture has fear, 4 lack of hamlfity o;05
to do with narrowness, bigotry, preju. teachablenes, and a lack of faith.
dice and pride. Here, too, education bhiy htes the lass Of meo who
t aas done a A ty work for the caup %t- d dr "k and therewith are eor-. S n
of freedom, but a mighty work re- rule with eve wider
mainD yet for It to do, For here It a Al of men, and many eve
dea hrest it In w nar
touches ourselves ad ow dearest w leaders In ne ,narehv
r prepowsesslo n ad here, ag In the of D to the future bigeyed
past, i hesitate aid Stulablp. Will. witB fear of change. Pride al
t 6gly or unwillingly w ros the pes Itself with fear to support the
plaiter facts history, but we refuan o Mole of day. and oppose a prog
to learn t i lesaon, ainsitp 0e"1t 00rop e to better things. ach
them or set a. atr.tr.y i t6 6 sd V thinks its way the ee t,
either *signicance. It i he we I ts ied and practle the C
Sounater the misshapen ad ma 1 ages. We are u1teab

edge. Victory la as i le ae a J prid ad their btes
deatIdo theCe-elwark IN the el-
iloed detM l of the h hall fi of thIat ol tital,
Se shatteed beg tr the trnth d m t e a o dp
Aow an oet rn.L Mo-eh Pi d "d us We s go' di g
g Tdatiseotiel ol give pps to vemsats; p e Utoef
gp mounby, apat A trateatleein dla deeds. Called So R

aL wise MpH we vw.are btar editepalaesssf fetI n
abe. a 4gtt s 04 a the atre the p aovel of U t 4 *Ott1
L-- Dat _iwe des hee lie e
e latW1" e Da m q 'n ab O valea, ss aft
,lms ( vu9."We y. If ..r- t .1u ... '
we hee.. ti se oer feth t*e r aoe at tr ys.eee As BSPAT,

f o t omegae .. old use m* l. tgA boh weS tea prepiKs.
4c i nthe aste sight e MMse a ye d Os sea powe r aels assd glory

a 11th0t ade1ao at AIJ"' *
we ___.WiS pi thU s fhS
I INS W110 10* as110 frs: Ty re 00,1 -1 %#,. P wdRw
04 M__1-. Mel do w &



w~e lousgi
Wition. TIM

mo. The

V: sr'

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beos or tickets; but this Ligskiat
has iearly gpt it htooowra00
*hat much i1i.6t* s realy nowa
Mna,readily'," see by tbe pr~b"bW

bWm one @t*t"* heis0soinowthat
it, to leamed, tiht oWestuon Union
will probably Awe over 76 atffts
twoolr offIces. vuwI Posalwwill
=40 s ftf*. Ato*,46 Its fool
Ito" in this *^*.%It Istoe p pol*
'wbo *I.Awil.aW, 04 MAW 04Le

I=Ir til"Ml ~A view

95 the
U. e'~I

Mr LaL

M,& soft

lb~WuI~h.I %

I .1

NItsuo to the

ohM~*Sp~m. In the Mt. i

by4. lia, ;fth' At 'S P o**
1 0 4 d* anI w as le met o Mm *b b

4h*win btwatbkg and mtertasn
thg frm tateto fhushl..
*TMe aomemasuzont .ze'~eof u the
iumsblinyou wwerewell ,rendeed.
1"d iistfAli, allt eppils rehected
no*~ oedlt uamth sdoonl, thefi
tembors ad bmseli44
Tme UMP* aI eshoiUw Ewrev.
l.'A. MSr rf ROW. .3. "U inbm and
Rev. 31. 3; fow3g -
Thus eMW ed aof, the most tn~Mp
"t sa'swuo m Aiyears ntoe z*


J~mv~le )ai20.-Rev. G. TI
TOWam "" d isrgmla olt
bawa. ne w""~smpu
by be wfe, wbo by hewssest ib
podmm. .haswon mairy Ilsm b wo
aft ~lwyglad to haV* he 00"
W" OWN now 4". has return
brm an eWtmie '"smtat-Mel& A

bes hi NI W" v te 1U 6@ b
Me~ms at"t~ pm

"I46Iittg h V"msWe.W. J.

Id* Wk -W.." d

: Otovl y l g svisoe

*1~b wo"Oh.spaternte

ho4 IWnga oey thk wasM no

a 00 &WM .atdV. a** Oak

W& 0. k mq*J., o
he Y~tbwhehusA".,slesa

flMt4 trot
,xzact procil
iLAd without
ltag us
ft In the sg
M are ent
a of doing
for either
habit. -or
p en ula on
Ma sworn to
Ri find that
very," the
i tolic and boj
~hich, while
Baption in
at will dog
,weak tu
which, I
ap to
Ical DiscovI
7 to disappo
) miracle, I
IPing. You M,
ad persevere in it
Igth of time tog
gredient. of whid
INe composed ha'
snent of score 0
P than any anoum
oanl, testimonial
Vay to be experi
y ealTerbo


Ito~I~s~. ~r
u~~jooI tloMiSudslime a

lowtm '4676, 01, J-

~WtriZ of

Hook~s I oaI~a c~D ~~~( eiy 2


Mms Alis s ihsGrtfaI

Aei~~s~edie enalos.~t
nhe Natiums 04#Pellws' Imstawt
hms,'* of whkb MUm 1Mce 3. Brbhta'C
Is themubpeIn rtolt, hw os- of this
moat- desevlgbskthtswokm tWt
am*S?, 45 the1" mo!oet

also -a"I Lbuw

thm f U ini~-S~of~~
tp to ofams lberf WL#*wl

Ow exmalhe of 3d 0wm

ih .lb" .1 rW'.1

WAb b# +m Is ow
Swill a ml bmusl t
Nbewho *ebor *tetmd. b

bo am*"" *Sfh I"; I ow so

-oft "ahum hs

be;'to = umnk dabw iau
bol Pleat tbPsom e

,fty given that d
"mtntor o[ other pw
oliams or demanag
4 Of W. D. Seigler, do
eq*at the same to tbg
* )yment within two
I Mlnt publication o
1' failure to do so vii
.to any action to Mr.

,Iang the said estate
Me to the undersigndl

DO*G R, Administr
of W. D. Seigler,

1, Attorney for Db







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Thanks to the
*the oil
not be ymar

Tose No the

the Dmcas4U4$t o
nt time.- d;

b t he C i v il

him ap stricty ut al po,Ue
ter, sad l u Toallt!'-
ofcutitm Colo,
ish fritfl 1.,

no sem Nrth e $ atI
t ;atlrtisan u~vl

bythe Civ ilimmed to

~hoplpWn. *asij'`
kued bysma" t Od Wq4 pi$but

as no s n of in l5I

wasintofdu4edby an Inl
Id u m tobe an w10

Legyslandure a ty.
iporortins a. "

was antt nt aul! ,

nt tor rrrlP:pk 17

Work on the WF
alway extension to PH
Ivorable at the sow
an time sctne j
iS about two yeah "
w 1,(%, men at
Wi4on and report i
" satisfled with
* are weU pas -
A troubled wfit hl
M and but lit e

It is a good "
I of public cImlai
I Psesse reaeas as
*wn'ent s*me s i
hof oaf l m-
a t the wastf
rt at la ee -A of A
K annex the ame k
* medllum 0t U-s ,
nuPr.r whiseth n ai
my of the
*ligc of the
tubing of lad
s. te com0N
* rooas and b n

K Ggf.amt e

Rt $


theD~mcra~o srt ~the Ot" 1W Is

from~th biglsais at th ##Too.


The W00r*swn feBof ramt
date OwwIu senu*g01mlg Inter-
view witk MOWhaE eMItaa ssubsc
turn of -laUmaoa 'pmad
large emlout fi 34 labor, cm
the IndustrialMeoe fI 1t
fo.r rae In tatfaberm
Whileon doomm, AS

Outage of shiftlessbldew t

"The rprlsOimliu
U#oss to t" tW sU
lArge AS SMacuth bDb epe
toat the nqrw r ae09ITugm

"ba raelv. misalto ,esTo S
Idbeob '.Mamyar bW SMpu
~~eh m east ktheyoner ft"r~
~p~dsmU~ adwshuldhave k

Lmush It costs
W. OVe Sview gather to
~ss *&e be he ms has er
%wee" boo -IN"stiated ybso

wU~M~ ~win in


thie ba Ad

"Iodbow w t006"

~be vat* 0 Sb w I O

wII ii ~thdo& P it be vL-eWRM

bmbsm sad Sp a

L4*t% %+a udei% hedom
of ycci
wba" %cI o
Si~o W ihabmw

SAN *-

equipped f the prSodip aopma
tiea for ldobh he Is inenly &tted.
The tendency of the "higher edu-
,ati's. on the other land, has been
to' tadi out a tow thousand dtsatls.
led nmero t ephers and preacher sadt
lrnotesaIonl'men, for whom thete is
little raot (q the South, "ad to neav
negleted millBHt of the tace upon the welfare
of vilaib the preseo t and the fpture
at thds strnely iootlted people must
It Is not yet too late for the would-
be friemsd of the negro to so revise
their poltds as to do Jfstlee to the
whole a Manual tranllag schools
Wil .dorpiimnsunsmble aid In wip-
as out the mistakes of the past, and
it j 4o be hoped that our treads .to
the North win net lose sight of the
o"pOrtailtry-Atlasta Costletico.


-btooWle is a hbstlan ety." qa
Mr. 4 A. Swans. Mftd, -ia
divsutU tis vislt thet whoen ,
as ft delBti to the ptecepAl 066r
'"IbmI to an air of goOre on
where, he I ts
t eV. It you ,pe 4 k & my
a Pl ie you'as appremat. the
NeK -4nk of progress iaId A to tile
,Mai al the past r pume n,
"i1he 6 ala OStlf QleVe
16- si~ the-r t at & theT tel

"egu are oi ast aM latwso is
ol i thead ir912 fY om AM so
atenb Mt In o us. UIO

gl>Ml 2sUtraassvIr of I s
OW ftys at a aem ,in a

o a theat a d hg

- s" ~isb d m, meu, I
dos, O t ( tme tme sle ta"
mteft pb ilRo o aw -I "h-
eto t the bIadt diw Ip
. ..h .ef .t .. .
was SB w e t wdrlv gf e
see m ea n b M A^^ ^ ^ ^A^
i sh nam, 1


: r


jtoges"Sd pro"Pwftt. Th'.I prot by- private~ eoa aoOab0
iencefore sagnfifceht onest* Whwhew ostant claim bas heSloet *
walks ware tad awd lbsstoou~t yuPMAthat the OeVOrwafttui ,
set Is the beat in the StUt..ftwas 49 eUA, rk as they art 4q*40
*ith plasIM to~t, I Obsved 404new tp A ~ta p~cft. 7ovtleW,
Og~svIi 1% ~Is a gereatft -rIMA to e,~pet 8"0
limpingahd. Th e "mdolavatw to U* VaWO .at00 4u4
0016dil wore awme &0 i auWnOU400 "It
time' aNWall of usole.tWR th*tbe vai l IhSto
best eplulon of Gaulnesltheand be St OIW if3atad, 0eW4t
D."-eruhdli& ~cer4 1r~ce for Itt pqmltsL a wet.

Ther was aia rced bWhitolb heSImOfti4s06o ~
poetagice Depatmntlast htwest. Thethe pp~leof he UitedhS
Poetmastr.Generstured to to the

mama So004.me q ite n t" Woo l~ebowf oat have 1W bohi
at tie adio. This was g04!'=' ~ d Wwot niat h
abefor She department is' *hg aimed 61, tiegeis have s
all the time and the receW iptS tiSnh this "lt WW@ereit Icso
Iau'esse. But the audw"At' soededowee fhm nuhop%, a
the eapenditoresby Sl.500*U, TW js sp"ens otrlvaueq. ta
)s a leodw are esough.Itt lAMWs *a of the u e htWm
a 600d bulb"$ss amislt e~ edefaltely rotw fe hto,
a Sabacal Odes to ,viW s lstdI u
Itjo at Aw 60%VlPtIs 1% nThtwo bowsp"
Oprsgaf& Now thatth stie ~*e l pw
mualing"aam rto oet ae d uSOft"
tWrbusieemfogo"iu. l~~aeqs
weoithe mobAnlsd frla ilma~bs bvt.a
Owa parmntsatffth reTW Whae dwa d ''
ssomsse a Pemof Ifts j Sged $11" if pINaONO"d.

This Will hNOcherful mws t0ewoft, sd teyhmr a
IA o theenesVONb*, 0S hd*a0ht6 e *MWam*
bn ee, adGmrrfAf "21h xo

Pdoo O

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1il1 Attmd An "NOW Ant.e !

Pot. P IN Dolts, 41retor co'14
expwmotmetaI -station at 00 Univrelt
bt the 1ElateofFotnr* has so" I*
LAnsing, Mobh.. whwerke hVill attmot
a meeting Of the oil.ldpo"tuof $561
cultural mcolleebawt agricultural
departimetk, as well a Orecton Cad
Uperinmentl statics ..
Mt. fItoUisto aw ekm it 6f the
Flwrda state I~~u~ &l Scb,,
and his prmene at this pweting will
meaw a grat besfit .Jo the Statel
Oil ft'eVzaveralty. H.e expect to
Ai abaeet sme thus.

om. orqst tin# an NmileL e

um. 1A sop



A hm~hm4u~~IL
!t m~ ~ e a

4oveg Goods.. NMi
*d-all at Low*
I Cared in

ima'Ccunty, Fit.

'L slid *Uv*'vmPUdi~im:~i bi
A. &
Iw", .$ w '"be pur.
P.WO*hng of PW.uaOba. 4 A.
ir. bwVa obt ,a qeop 19- TbOWr

bolos., A.rm n 4, ah Pecrr.
at tbe mOi efbb f oth o fmPtcissi

-Urd of Th,~ i
kbr.o" the ftl prowe O Qdi
at the aussd Quint 406'sat VW

andeoors. eis. o w"In

god Owls MEN" blo~ i i*

C~ate owrm hT Sumoivmel WO slM
wo 40MY theuidr b thermi:s
ILntbessand asribe t deIah at w

$no "e" p" sa, -
and moth/, N" *wegs GO e

=ad God's gult baminmtommr .(

Catan orn OatI anI eamaeh
ale g'II~l7 ut~(llewed hP~I Joma I

r mmd emdo erdo*

0* it met "Nam& b w,
1 tSI ins owhaw ndtwsasvs.

*rrhe4 "af bee h dip. O
qeCirrl 'm'ssr or irup haie
*eS.~w ear ta e m

of Vema. ti.lseaga
L910 I -lrN~- the Sues


Jot ,U- 0" Law Ezebange.
011 ?bti5 t@.o3S; Residencee go. IN


B e 3$.IJBr? 11.,


i 4mm

-41 *TO

M*' hah.'a ft

u -


016 .4 0-4*
.- , -b
Oquampow-, ,

w tam

be AOf be Iaw

4~S of mMons wof

PubI se at fJ~@ ? UOf I vqI
tawba~ ki'J ~ Ofmoere

Of Kotleo Is bereb, gilves tb:%.
with the p In the
0s4 oe scm 3. W Bel schol houe In choo &10 altil tedtubIoAn
1000 a n ii foratthe -oo INst 11AIn themStatesf
& J415 SM. an %84ice glt~ore wha oft e N1
'W. Nooel. 41a To116110141A,"hoot
t~I~ioOI 45 ettoM ade I. to4 all t or too to it
Jun 11 IM fo Gatyof gahus, Stitumbetof it
aenn4dntfehr 06 ~di tW% 1111. re twouluu~ron.
SK for %Ue Pthehse o th V -tof
bY10%t t createW d a d0 S~elosNo 4InTant *vUle No.0S,
5USec" W tort.em for tediia Wd wl e rof J to, 190f
torit Ur a. av
Auspicesof t~numt 011cWo11 Isflaaidefor
OIesow3 *6 b~ e soand uket, ISO?.. *
m t th
4t ~It fordiof odP a'tOe TICUCday ofIJams.10f.
Wa od 'ucel t IS S O61. RoIdA tg
te~ in laM bi W, N. Mt ts .L K 3, will o

#A, will god heldwaat sunset
im mLost"N an passrdY 3 35,SY .and a.,ja

mother J.pJ14 Ain 4aljcallot, U10, tot
atbrW thohrh ni~e sof wof&ball T I ER MM
bitE h this #AIs aceam witistIealaw, 0 ft UN th a dyoM Sro o AA

Moi fe ShAlLo$t 4tbesumd 4W, LAWS OT FLORIDA.
~ ~ aqor4o4sideHo~ot :u.WIn
-~~-~"~~--- -c'--" ~~~ us, MWJ. L. Wrd, Wim. Seeo. a f~sh~huImfhtf h
Tnhie losinw i Wl a '.r hllat .~.vA
4"t and P? 3,2. yo~rO Dud fP4i
of inspiing WG~~iS#0 t~ ~05*9t~ .. .011.82 38Ta~ash~ 7. strTolnhis he1 OF day IONAV. e1..p~ S

ferimandWbeul, I qw' tt aI W W4 b i
othe (urs the W 8Wmory-41fwewo' J, W 11 ra Vf
wthi faopointhe ~~ ~ tw, M. ape prpseofde =
tom athe hr te cls' be U emer D ZP.*knolL*11
glere forwee th NM 1i Sl% g* Agna.pw Ofp t4tote oN fPblcIn a. IU PAP aAO
which10we hmsade ma to UM 1*gtj oonOf labu U of lorda

atb the ebuVa _7. t" rrLiPe atl mill t dae

D~r. Cgiutae so milcoomb t yers t si
Dr._____wil ope at $ cloc
osp~ms~dUPthe eb11 lect" lot i
tookr Persuons t.0d the o te arl Kllaoftof ctyIslhwe, beeinappcned Uk aInx &w g 4orax
Lif Sha wll am t*dIr, hs etaer 7f mss roeby to(rs:rkcb4~eI
n~ar Imres~ve. prso In ~.tohe felliyoir Ito, 0.- MASN. WM.Nst Dumb 5. o
Cad~~It walde f gsp ysnu~~qi dlladS clerkD.

of- enjn4as uemimdn Inspiring 12 -so9olsIs 0 fts1'OfJ 9 1155097L015~kf i
costoicsUP )" dO Ii. e. to$?. It. B.'A

atti im.a toot. Sokower 5 fb. t 11o0,i4U81w05:01
MASON ~me111ui1 of me t- SeW446-106Is 565

these4 hso vestor ot- 1' sitete f ec J __ _ _
oft her oismU aor

with favo to the o
of isi~kew of dqs 649a'L. D.oIncD.: IL verw

glebewee t4~$$~.eo (9010 m -? C ( A 1m g

9W4. lepONM 11811SEEII0 owe


^"w- -^

~twportant W,

I 4~A
,f4J *

f That 'd '

) r. a d

W rothe I po
John .en ,
,rtor of .|,i !!

iMo. usd teacher.

*Toe- a ^S

swlen f tbvr w
G artfully. : city. Her
*riof are lgte t w
dM pb11 4f. *

w er, e Tofphoq itp.
v terday ... : *
|Missa Rhif ail
thle city
Ft at the WoUnWTl
ker, wthei h t
tiese ay'. ioao
~ eyand
Both ofntog

5. o n a vlie to.k
Wu the g of e

the JeUnlp '
school, which w0i, I bt
'ene of Bvend MwOt iM own

Ga, has retumrd to 60 ca,. Her
fri.ndti are deUgkto to wenas her
tasse loin
Surveyor J. W.
hd from Alachmto h kbbe bW
o on a "Paut
the enthu oIMm -*

Miss Ruallth .|"'WIT
1lofteecha. oar t I
to attend therU l
BU!"t exerclm. V ?" ;'
1$'1119 friends kb 'easa
A f-r days. H y Pt a t
armil. will reso,1 toA.,,. rt OQne
S i l,.,ave MI -
to rL Iake their IMh^ to -",pl "h.A
Th, alarm 0 -',

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SWaft. We s io, te obelle wa to
- yesterday, Arg 93 route toW
' WaMo, liest'he was oaedl c,

j Ber m e naval stores opera
tor O( paipvlUe, after a brief visit
o bi tSlly here has returned to hIs
pl" of boa
J. J. L' ramas left yesterday for
hLoato wha% will look'after
his atS voe aval s ttoreos Interetos for
Sroat o e week.
Wl amPoaI esu of Arher spent Sun-
a t tlU ity. MIr. Jone., who to
a moulder W1y r4i as been employ-
a4 with te addos moandry abd MA.
oblohine Om ay, bdt It Is reported that
me wil lsd qtablish, a foundry ot
his own at Lakei"ad.
8. H. WR baa returned from
Itampin SA s, to which resort he
aocompaided hie wife aad Miss Ellen
Bal a few days .&o.- Mrs. Wlenges
and.d Miss Beal esp eito remain there
for some time, o aossunt of NMr.
Wlena' health. rtweads trust she
will be rapidly Inipled.
P. M. OUler ad Be.9 Bievie re.
turned Monday tromt a Matk avel trip,
betmg a trip overland tosgh Ma1,'
t,rry. Talleaassee and other po f
to old 8t Marks and Newport, where
tey visited relatives of Mr. Oliver,
Mod were hospitably e1trtai0ed.
Th legent the time hbunag ,ad -1*
ag tIn the vicialty of the laetamed
pta... and report big luck. Mr. Oteri
has nasy thrUllag and Interes-a_
torte to* relate of their adventpwoM
Oier mad' evAb le retnr&ed
werlmad. beg abeat. altoget.,
'eAt e weeks.
s^ohnsdn. Daift Mms
IL M sur of W6MIDor was tradlaf
tM the nty yeerdamy.
The aWl tmae rmW e A LeIon
meet gsamrday 6emeps at 4 ecloek.
or pow. *AShIs rosi barrel
wtave. mealhefa wiite T. J. Owe.
3alel. as. '
Jas .te C. e tW of lit
owe h re sad Pa his hobe, at-
ter a W bV t bt e viit hes.
LJ. 1. Wh ter aa4 . & Baile
were I& Oe dty tMr WatO yete
dw. T" u Tahhme emploeas#e
lo* 6aabad Air IUaW
mr. ent n. James iSiSmer ea"
Mee d Agube we sUgS
ee twho bussed aieagife wN6

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'd go edy yI
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Jeph ViWOihlt k Uvinaton,
A.' H I of.Mkmlop?. 3. a
ton Racoas &ad C.11 &Moh
.rAV~sWere aumi thse
pentyf qes In Ge~b~UX.I
* tl tesdueo M;-rs. 4 3. WPtlttoc
IYU~ ipegret ato 15, of the ontluwo~aC
-l i~iies .*i~rsisterk, trs. Mary
4bibnd. l C'lm lwarrki Harbor.
4iatlea$ :1W %of.t pDledk to live.
Kr.. Wfi~tbtetok mo~waa~t her bs4*

c Dr. aMr al J a. their
Spitc asaviut to
dt;i:are I Vsmaj.l IL, Olkms pav

Mftl~s -bCtXrid -A tALLWHstd*
tlwemm of, Nasph aweto wlhoive,
'O#Mlmg ~ b'bigr wee of argai, he

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planittuMl y, Juoe At th
e*To thlig 1 olBn at rldiculou w
prices, ma I a opportunity Irl
terld to whael goode chea,
PHro4 of Atmtorney Georo fo
S ae m ld to see him outp
ea llaue of Meveral daysji
oanmme h bm to bia room. e
frthe4s declare that Mr. Scofl
had the me-a e, a Mr. e, 4
good.ntauredl replles that t :no

John Pelneil and son. oga-an,
Judge Ik 0.. faaon and others rom
the Viotatty of Oalo-svll* l e.d Jrw
terday or Ila omd,. Va., who* Pr
oo o'. account ft the united Ofed-
erate Veteransa' rewin. T b e~
pect to be absent several dai* ad
It Ie needed t Wadd that t)he will
enJo the occaulom.
Prof. and Mr. J. I. oQIs'end
.l4ld of Roeflde pueed r Cl to
Ir Thuedy o rue t
klngas. where they winll e a u
In1 the hammer. Pro0f. Oiet as
the *melqe principal of Martha Per
ry lttute ate hocel., me of the
mot lwpolrtatt schools In the eWtaty,
ad reoetlry osed' the tew.
Mr. aa Mrs. BenJ. r. fi. and
children O JNMMnel m, *ceoa "-aed
by Mrs. Duhk's mother, MrS' I. A.
Tucker of e!ohdle. pase*4 qrough
the ity yesterday eon roule to their
respe0tive home from High priag.,
*heke.,they have been ms-e|His
+Wtae, der ItsVo bu
ftr tme pat week. TheM, mI
har for eev hour their
kwesds were Sld to osee
H. C. Root left yes "NiOty.
whee bges to ester 4 w
et tor bUe tfor paln giggg
w bu b e" at that. 'WWkt
p---e Km eery e l O

his bnigp bere hope ,b '
tratses. r.othm o l4 II a
lk. as o b efln show e i
!-Alm W nthoere ,^ 40-a i
if he seer the

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expect & wlJe

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IN "in *.

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Wmervoterans and. 00", "r
to Pr~ispatIxesisacege
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