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Title: The Gainesville sun
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Title: The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Twice-a-week sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: April 22, 1907
Frequency: semiweekly
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 Monday issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection; these issues have been reproduced within the run of the daily ed. for the years <1905-1909> when the daily was not published on Mondays.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079930
Volume ID: VID00208
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32993937
alephbibnum - 002027045
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Other version: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)

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ftooeevelt Studying Which Will Events Transplred
Many Social In N

:' STATE OF ERUPTION Cause Widespread Discussion. That Town Recently. IN FAMINE
Chicago 'April 20. A+ Washington FOR DOOMED -MAN CENTER '

-.,.- dispatch to The Tribune says: , High Springs, April 20.-Tbe New
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President" Roosevelt Is studying over Century Olab was entertained by Mrs.P. .

Continued Earthquakes, Report.d a new departure In politics, which* Second Lynchidg In LouisianaThis P. Wood on April 11. A very Trees Hare' Been Stripped of

and New Craters Form. !whether It Is carried out to any practical unique frame entitled "Literary Charades

result) or not, is certain to excite Week. ," was the feature of the afternoon Their Bark for Food.

____ widespread discussion among In which Mrs W. N. Gramling
t 4MOWER4$ OF ASHES FALLING public m-eu the country' over. The Ztir.
won first prize and Sophie Sims
agitation for publicity of campaign HANGED TO A CYPRESS BOUGH DYING
won consolation prize. The mosta by
Welle' for Drinking! Water Have Been expenses and various laws In the different Sirs Q. P. Webb and Miss Hilda Webb
states for official primary erections Mob of Five" Hundred Men and added Hundreds of Women and
Dried Up-Panic-Stricken Inhabl bas caused the president to Boys greatly to the enjoyment of tbe Children In

ten Fleeing. 'In All 6lrecUon' .-Report Question In his( own mind whether it Overpower Deputy Sheriffs Who occasion. The New Century Glob on the Fields Scratching Out Roots and

may not be possible to devise a. Had Negro In Charge-Crime Was April 18th was entertained by Mrs. E. Scanty! Blades of Grass Which They
a Say Losses Are Enormoua. scheme, by which the K. Anderson, State chairman of bird ,
: government may
Alleged Assault Upon Woman. The object of the meetIng Ravenously
: assume the
,, 'April 20.--Ttoe volcano responsibility not only
'.' r"", jPuyehue', la tbe province of YaKUvIa, for the actual expense of the elections Clinton April 20.-Preceded by a was observe "Bird Day" and Shanghai. April '20.-The followlnf

:\ ',Ohlle is yet In active eruption, and as at present, but for the legitimate prayer, spoken by one of the leaders this was done In a most enjoyable and are extract from the reports Just re

,.r: ittew crater have opened. campaign expenses of the of the mob tbe second inching in original manner. Music, recitations celved from the foreigners In four(

Tbe losses in the neighboring coun-, regular norn} ees. Louisiana this) week, occurred Thurs and papers were rendered! appropriate famine centers:

I try are enormous, and Inhabitants He baa no detailed scheme In view, day night, 8 miles from here. to the occasion and as the roll was Yaogan-The' famine Is growls

,are panic-.stricken. but is fuUy'aware'of the complexityOf Doth lynching were for similar calledjeacb member responded with a :worse. Children in great numben

Showers of hot ashes are falling, the subject and he see In advance causes, alleged attempted assaults: UP- quotation relating to birds. Last on are dying. Almost entirely out of Ill,.

and there are continued earthquake the manifold,,.objections that will be on white women and vengeance was the program was a game In which the pile*.

bocks, accompanied by subterranean made to,It. '" I.wreaked In both cases after the negro answers were names of well known Sing Kiang Pu-
., Io"lone. Nevertheless, he believes the Idea had: once escaped the ):nl,>ban- bird. Mra. W. N Gramling MUe decrease relief ""work; unless l l-rjer::

Absolute darkness would prevail but la ,worth 'consideration, and It fa' receiving ger, and being conveyed to safety Marie Mann and Mrs. A. L. Moore shipments of supplies are received

'for the light from several fires over his earnest attention at the by officers of the law. tied for Bret prize, and Mrs. Moore Lukla'Waletz-The whole country lathe

an extent of six miles. I present time., FredlUbourne. a young negro, was won it. Mrs.yO. M. Hstebell won consolation deepest distress. Hundreds of

A great number of cattle have been I Thursday night's victim. : He was; prize. Elegant, refreshmentswere women and children are seen In the>

killed hoar Lake Ranko ,MADE. CRIMNAL| ASSAULT. caught) about midnight and* It Is said I served. This was one qf the most field scratching out roots and( gitleMng -

The wells used for wrlnklng water that the two deputy sheriffs who had delightful entertainments ever given scanty blades of grass Hun.

have been dried' up. -- The terrified Masked Men, Carrying Pistols, Tie him In charge made a desperate struggle to the New Century Club dreds of trees' have been stripped of

.Q 'inhabitants- arc fleeing In all tlireoH Husband and Assault Wife. but were overpowered by tha: size"of Miss Muriel Futch entertained the their bark and the roots dug up for ,
t.toru'o the mob, which Included 1) use as food.
Bristol, Tenn. April 20.-Mrs. ''500" club on tbe evening of 'April 18
Tbe government bas sent for assist and boys. The majority tjf the opuat'ln .to
.ce. Frank Deloher was criminally assaulted No shots were fired on either side. Mrs. DennU won the lady's prize and living upon wild roots etc. wM".h u
Thursday by two masked mei who Dr. Blaekshear the gentleman's prize.Mrs. :
negro protested to mob that causing widespread disease
New York, April 20.-Professor Q.a entered the home with drawn revolvers his arrest was a mistake begged O. P. Webb and Miss Hilda

*... Berkey. of the department of geology for a chance ,to appear before a jury Webb, who have been visiting Mr. P. COMMERCE: OF THE WORLD

at Columbia, says that tbe The asauit was made after the/men and prove that he was not guilty: and P. Wood: have returned to their home
!artbquake conditions prevailing In had compelled the woman's husbandto '
In Dannellon.
finally be plea ed'p"teoul, for mercy. Statement IssueBy Bureau of
,_lei j0HJ| la a comparatively l region.vooordfhg , get out of bed and" be tier!. His captors gave him plenty,of time Mrs L. C, Graey, who has been visiting 'Statistics.Washington."April .

to Professor' Berkey, where One of the men attempted to assault to make hTs statements but remained ( her sister Mn. J. D. Neal bal 20. JThe International .
tIproceu' of mountain\formation la the 14&I\-old daughter She
unmoved their determination to returned to her home tn, Gainesville. commerce:of the world now
t.tlli"'Ig0'1DC' on causing earthquakes. went into convulsions from terror, '
1 hang him < The play called "The Peaks Sisters," exceeds 000,000,000.. of witch
t>rofessor continues however and abandoned ,the
was by
llerkey ; :
When he saw that death was certain gotten op by Miss Marie Mann, U ('!OOOQOOO la Imports and |12,-
Mt cannot connect the present disturbances assailant.
the negro kneeled ou- the ground was.a great success. It was' composed 600.()()(),;000 exports accord rs/ to a
with volcanic Belcher's frantic efforts to at
particular get .
any ,and asked that he be led." In prayer. entirely' of local talent. > statement Issued by the bureau of statistics
eruption, although there are In the men were stopped by a' blow on .
His request was granted the of the department of commerce
; prayer The
son of lily and Mrs. D. K. .
.Mexico now (our active volcanoes.There the head which rendered! him 'tmeon* ,
was mumbled by oneot-tbe leaders. and labor.
t \n not, h&wever. any necessary clous, and hire Belcher was badly Pagan died! on Wednesday and was
Every bead wan uncovered. The total Imports of the mnfrtcs:
,connection between, those volcanoes beaten and choked. Her condition burled on-Tliu rid a7 at Alachna. The
J Then he was hanged to the limb of other than the United State are tf.*
+r add the Quake." to critical, that of the girl being also b'r< avd parents have the sympathyof
a cypress ,tree. Mot a shot tired the time
-- serious. ; was the entire community. en as ,$12.5 3.U3.000, and
at the negro although every memberof I of these imports drawn fIlm> ts! "
Instruments Record Earthquake. The men, after making threats,
the mob was armed. The .Jeader United States as $798,338.0(10, ( or
London, April 20.-John Milne, the left, and the crime >was not discovered JUDGE DAVIS' ADDRESS.
were determined men. and kept order 14.37 per cent of the total
arfesmogrlst tbat-bls Instruments until time later.
throughout the proceedings, diapers The, total exports of the countries
recorded a large earthquake beginning Citizen are ,wIMtT excited over the Talked to Large; Numtier of Stgdents
lug; their followers as soon aa Kl- other than the United States, are
at 9:10 'Ve-dne.aday'ntht.. It outrage, and there! Is open talk of bourne was dead. of University Friday Night. given as 910,773.466.000, and( the
reached its maximum intensity at lynching the guilty ones It they cane
The participants In 'this lynchingresided One of the most impressive, lecturesdelivered share sent to the United Si&to at
1005 o'clock and lasted a longtime > captured. Mra. Belcher she
; says : both here and in the country at the University this season $1.031,113,000 or9.C7percu it of Us
lie estimated could them. ,
afterward. tentatively Identify
all about this place Nearly all day, was'that, of lion Horatio Davis, which total.
that It was 5,400 miles distant probably Posaoa are scouring the country". ,
a steady stream ot armed and angry was delivered to the students on Friday .
In Mexico the northern part Railroad of Riot.
; or men had poured 'Into Clinton, and had evening' the speaker taking for hlaIUbJt'ct. Camp Scene
,*>t South America. Professor Dclar DOND ISSUES spent the day discussing what should "The Federal Jackson Miss. April 20 -News
of,the Lajbach.$ Austria, obaervatory.telgraph . be done. The authorities has ,reached this city of a not: at

i+ that a great earthquake New Securities Decided ,Upon 0; SoldIn did their best to give the apparently negro a The hall waa crowded and In hI.uluallmpr..lve 1Iu tchlson'* railroad camp: near By

begun at 10:15 midnight uropean the South. jury trial. and eloquent man ram. A negro whose name cou:1
'time. The center of the disturbance publishing Kllbourne ner Judge Davit held the attention of not be'learned, assaulted a white mu
Baltimore April 20.-112 was spirited 'away from
apparently 6,250 mlle distant. his hearers for an hour. His address who, though badly beaten, managed
war his week a detailed list .of new aecurttlea the jail and hidden in a awamp just
was highly appreciated, aa It contained to his This start: t
_.... y-- decided upon or sold In the In't\m. to escape the tint attempt upOn kill assailant. -
FRENCH BARON ENTHUSIASTIO south during the past three months, his life. With the prisoner temporarily I much,useful Information to the students a general row, and one other negrowas Is >

be Manufacturer's necord sa.a: safe the sheriff argued with killed. Uutcblnsoncamp
Which Peace The lecture was preceded by a uumbr miles south of Dyram, on the Eae:: of
monUli the them
crowd Assuring
Over General A" the "During the three from Jan that a '
total speedy trial would be held. The of stereoptteon views of the National the New Orleans and Great XorJiers
Congress May Have, 1 to April 1. of this year, the crowd
i .appeared. to be satisfied with Capitol and other striking railroad which Is being built Into ..lIct'Ion.
Now York April 20.- aron d'Es- amount of bond Issues decided upon or this assurance
trournellea from 15- and preparations had been scenes around Washington Officers have gone to the scene
d'Conatant delegate old In the southern states, was f

France to tie peace congress, is en- S31,91at This Included some 15,000- rushed to Bu9b, an extent that Teemed -

\ thu&laatlo over the general effect'Which 000 ot refunding bonds, 80 that about I certain the negri*woulJ be given: Request, Roosevelt to Retract. President Pleased at Action.

f the convention will 10.500,000 of bonds are to be devoted a trial. and his Innocence or guilt New \ork Apr :The executive Washington April 29.hursdrlJudge

The United States, he aald. In an to publlo Improvements established by Saturday at the latest. committee of the Federated Central Land and Mr. Harris, of Cor-

'; Interview, set a One example to the 2.0QO,000 more than during the corresponding He was employed on the plantation of union acting under authority'conferred dele, Qa. called at the white PresidentRoosevelt house

world for the creation of a better feel- : quarter of last year. In- the "woman whom he was alleged to by the members of the organ- andwere received by
:, lag. among the: people. The baron, lading Missouri Oklahoma and IndIan have attacked. isation. baa sent a lengthy: letter to who said to the CeorN"Nothing w
;,-eoraUnue\I;. I Territory the total amount reported President Roosevelt expressing Indignation has ever touched< of

<" 3 t -1 favor the substitution of arbitration I was I21.7S7.6S7. but this addition Miss Longttreet'to Wed. at his recent action in declaring 'deeply aa the action of the people of oj

for war or what Is even better Included only a small amount Nashville, Teon. April XO.-Miss Moy r, Haywood and Pettlbo&e. Georgia In erecting a fac slnU.e Oeorgl

:', -&an arbitration and new-eoncUlatton.aid of refunding bonds not enough to Martha Ixingstreet. the only great- 'undesirable dtlsena and requestinghim grandfather house aa the expo*'

I can aee the pint growing. It much affect the total of such aecurlio grandaughter of President Andrew to retract tell _ta\t.ment.. building" at the Jamestown
night appear chimerical to some, but ..o that the entire amount to be Johnson! will be married Richmond .

It la growing and nothing can atop It." expended In toe: whole aectlon Is w.U Va. on May S to Robert.WUIenham. Dog WitTTjtabrea -TRs Beys. Placed Under Peace Bond.

up toward 17OOO.OJ> ." of that city. Herd grandmother was Tuba Ga. April 10.-A pet dog I Fitzgerald Ga. April **.""**

{ Patrick Gives Up His Law Practice. Mrs. Martha Paterson who was. In showing symptoms of rabies, bit the Parnell, a former poondmaster won

New York April XO.-Albert T. Cigarettes Cause Boy's.3ulclde.Covlngton. fact mistress of the "White House two sons ot G. F. Mnna. of this Thursday fined f 23 tn the 1-: ;: *
Tatrick, the lawyer whose death sentence daring President Johnson' place. Mr.. alona carried his eons tal
.,, April 10'-'Capers Jones, administration court, aDd falling to furalsh
upon his conviction!' the murder 1S years of aga. !son ot J, :M. Jones Atlanta this week for treatment & tol money was placed !n the l**"'"*'

ot AVIUIam Marsh Rice was suspended prominent planter of Starrsvllle, near Russian Student Arrested. also carried he head of the dog. The defendant-/as' also placed ."Wa

recently to Imprisonment for here ended his Ufa suicide :** .**
Thursday by St. peace boad In the sum of *
Petersburg. April 20.-Matsok
ha. T been compelled to give Georgia $< Rte up shooting himself through tbe : Dames. this co M not be made. The e:! *ZP
student ta
3h** law practice' sine he was nD\OT-1 V I t l heart with a shotgun It 1* stated a the the forestry departmentof Savannah Qa. April SO. .Tbe annual upon which Parnell was crested _.
grand duke Nicholas'
+: *d 'from, the death house to beta his that the young roan's mind eras undoubtedly NlcholleavUch. meeting ef the Georgia Society that he beat Ms wife and other M
'I whose train fred
convict. Patrick is'! of the Colonial Dame
,term as life affected by cigarette amok- began la this abased her and the children,
t learning the building trade, and Just""1 i las- April 10. near Kusemlno station hat city Thursday. The ....ions are .

sow la hardening his muscl hy ear- been arrested aa aa accomplice la the presided over""bJ' Mra. J. J. Wilder N,

: >Tog timber about the prison yard. Tragedy Near Blakely Ga.Btakelr affair. _______________ pred ent.f District Attorney for U. -> St-

.. Oa. April JO. O. 8. Costly Fire at Spring Hope N* C. ,, Montgomery. Ala.. April N'

r 8h.efr.eUI. a prominent saw mill maa Raleigh. N.C. April XO.-The. Owens Blowers Secured About 360.DaaleUvtKe. The appointment of George aJ--'
igirsperor WelcomesGeneral Booth? of his .section was ahot through the hotel eight bale ot cotton two Ga.. April ZO.-Bura. of Montgomery* as district aa'
Tfekio.' April SO.*-The e.peroror''': head and heart by Hugh Lewis, hissawyer frame: building and five store were lars entered the store of Oco.. for Alabama for the l.oo .T:2.:: ' baa Joined ta the popular welto ThunJar Sheffield: was burned at Pprtng Hope. K C.,; oa GMftUk A. Co. Thursday- nmrateMT and. Kashvllle. ,is aanouxkoedJ life eststs"t
..... General booth, of file .*.- about ,II old I HC. PaHnnrri, whx ,wtll .**
years a ,..... and ..MU, ,receive", byt ro4 1m advisory c"ybas
Army *. and aa
tour children and Is proasMMLtl *- ..OGO. partially covered>> .*y tosur- $330. The-!' sets taw.we; set 1 l ,
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:,' AT STATE CAPITOL, Younger Look Ten Years FAIR S. S. S.THE.BLOOD

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;' Because It takes There Is no other part of our physical system upon which .
,:; Many Important Measures Were a great \vcl0bt Liberal Appropriation Asked For so much
the blcoJ. The rtuscles. bones
oil tier mind . depends as upon nerves sinews skIn, and
'" :Brought Up for Consideration This Enterprise by Senate. other port-Jn$ of the body are sustained, develpped and enabled to: perfona
\ their different duties because tlsry are supplied with nourishment and
I JelI0Bolres healthful properties through the L rculation. In various ways the
; becomes contaminated and polluted. A sluggish inactive condition of the
.. .
'J the dally PeMert problem.By system and torpid state of the avenues of bodily waste will leave the
i {\ Number of Bills and Resolution tutlng Jell-O it re poutble: to serve Were tn'r' Among Which Wasa 'and waste matter of the body to sour.and form uric and other acids whi
) Jh
Brought Forth the ge"a..or" and: Rep. a different Jellcan<< delIMit every be prepared day la the year.InII Bill of Raapportlonment I increasing' are absorbed Into the blood and Rheumatism. or some itching disfiguring:

resentatlvse: In All Their'Eloquence. Ht' ntl>1-.Imply Number.. of Senators and Representatives skin disease is the result. Muddy;-sallowcompleztons: eruptions splotches
add boiling w.t rand pimples etc., all ahow that some humor has taken root in the circulatiorland
Legislature_ Adjourned to Friday. \ .. aet to oooL -Adj urned to Monday. rendered it sour and unfit for nourishing the body. There is Starcely:

Thursday was another busy day with ... '1.fta Tor.. lOe. any disease which cannot be traced to the blood. Often the disease-tainted
,: ,the Legislature In both House per package, at all Special to The Son t blood of parents is handed down to children and their lives are a con*'4nns1!
grocers. Tallahassee, April 19.-After a busy battle against disease in some form, usually qf a scrofulous natUre. Rheu.
Tbe Senate was called to order at 10
'I', morning session, both the Senate and ,jnatism Catarrh Skiff Diseases Sores and Ulcers Contagious Blood
It. in. by President Harris. TIle CcMtre Far F.*.Ce.: ,Lc..,.N.T. Poison
Vi.ftonebootb a.ramftt-.aE.-pMfLloao Honse adjourned today until Monday etc.! are all deep-seated blood troubles and until this vital fluid is purified
Among the new bills introduced a. afternoon,at o'clock.. they cannot be cured. For all blood diseases S. S. S. is the best remedy ever

Were the following % .. Among the Important bills Intro: put upon the market. This great medicine is made of roots, herbs and barks
By Mr. Sams-To amend Sections recognized blood-purifying'and building-up properties. II
of Internal fund dosed today was a bill) appropriatingthe into
..904 and 656, general statutes, relatingto Improvement to eon of $30,000 for the Florida the circulation and removes all poisons impurities and humors supplies
true* a lock and dam across Lake Hlo- sum
it needs and
State printing the blood with the properties completely cures blood
By Mr. VniHe-Providing for the giving pochee c.n.l. and making an appropriation Midwinter State Fair' Tampa.A diseases of every kind. S. S. S. cures Rheumatism Catarrh, Scrofula

"of bonds by' members of boards ofooatJ' of $2 ,OOO therefor was read the bill practically abolishing the Skin Diseases Sores and Ulcers Contagious Blood Poison etc., because it

'- commissioners each third time In full. Senator Harris explained present board of trustees of Stetson purifies the blood. nook on the blood and medical advice free.
county the pbjeet, University was alto presented. THE SPECIFIC CO.
In the State, of the bill and re SWIFT ATLANTA GA.
f"rr.d'to the uncompleted( work of A new reapportionment bill provld
r By Mr. Willis-To amend Section '
Dlsston, and the damage lag a Senator for each county of tbe
f>70, general.tatutee, relating to pay*
State and Increasing the number olRepresentatives Established 26
to a vast extent of territory In Lee Years
.J.:, :meat of costs in criminal cases If the also InUod ,eed.
county by constant floods. He ex. was
: defendant. Is not convicted or dies,
plained 'that competent engineers saidthe I The child labor bill was under a We handle the
By Mr. Willis-Providing for giving' heavy fire of amendments today', whichpractically
construction of this lock and darn
.,;.cit bonds by member.. of boards of pub-? would protect this territory. The Sen killed the bill. Best Machinery
Instruction.' la each county In the
ator spoke briefly, but earnestly In
_ 8t t.. .+ and number oar customers bj the
West favor of said bill, which, on, amendment to the present law,, the w
By Mr of the Fourth-Relat. THOUSANDS. Oar sales in 1908
was pasted by' the vote of 20 to 1. only change being that the Inspectorsare
fug to secret societies, chapters order. amounted to Nearly Half a Million Dollars Write for eatalogoet eta
By Mr. Willis-To amend Section the Governor
to beappointed by
In LVe have connection .Jaek.onTllle.
!or meetings this State save you money. no Fla.
By Mr. Crane-To amend Section 3558, general statutes, relating to owning upon recommendation of the county Your Immediate or future need can be supplied by us.; Address
United States license facto In accordance with
prima commissioners a
9073 general ,statutes relating to .evidence was read the third time In resent court decision. The bill passed : .lC A T ..SSY0 a : M'AN'Y
dockets to be kept, by the juitlees ot
full and passed by vote. of 24 to 0. without opposition ,
,, the, peace. \ 41 South Forsyth Street, ATLANTA GA
'' The Senate then reverted back to The House adjourned ante Friday
By Mr Crane- boardsof
the. regular order of bills on second morning at 9 o'clock.
county. commissioners, city and I
_ appropriate reading, and S.nU.n" No. 68,by' Mr. 1... M. GVAHAM. PresidentUBO. r H. E. TAYLOR Cashier
town CoonoUt. to '
for advertising or exhibiting the money re. Dcardwaa read the second time. This Mr. Warren to Be Married. W. Hans. Vlae-President Lsx: GRAHAM. Asst. Cathier

eooroes Is a bill to require express companies Shields Warren, the popular: receiver .
o or particular advantages of
doing business )let this State to post of the United States land office
their' respective counties or municipalities
schedules of ratessnd to weigh all 1n this city, will be married on THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK

Mr. the articles received by such companiesfor 'Wednesday, the 24th nst., to Dfi.s .
By Humphreys prohibit
,', bringing into dry counties or preolnotlof.Jn'oxlo.UDaf shipment by' express, or deliveredby Vera, the acc mpll'J1;!, daughter of QF G..A..XNmSV-cLLE.:
each companies, such articles havIng tfr. and Mrs. H. W Johnston at Apa
liquors by persons, corporations been received by express, and pro.. aohlcola. The ceremony' will be .
: public carriers, performed UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
or or private ..
viding a penalty for the violation 10'he Methodist Episcopal

}, For Good Roads. thereof. Roles were waived and bill Church South, at 8 o'clock In the

Senator Adams .Introduced resolu- read, the third time and pot tm; its morning, lmm dlately. after which Mr. Capital _ . . .. _..$100,00000

tton providing for the appointment' of passnge, Pasted, 23'to 0. and Mrs. Warren will go on d bridal Surplus .. 20,000 00

_joint committee to which shall be referred President Harris appointed Senator 'oor of a few days, 'They' will he at <
Interest Pald:on Savings' Accounts and Certificates Depoiil.' All BusinessTraoeaoted
'all bills'relating to the question West of the First' as the member of home to their friends in Gainesville .
ot good roads, The resolution of the 'the committee! on part of Senate to fterMsy' 10. El.E. TAYLOR, Csthitr..

;, Senator from the Thirtieth. received Visit' the State reform school at Marlanna. No young man In his section of the

I the fact that the people of the State State, Apalachicola, Is .more widely

"were" deeply Interested In this question Oo motion the Senate then adJourned known or more popular than Mr. War-

and that It deserved the mostearefal until 10 s. m. Friday. ten, who has also made many friends ABSTRACT & R REALTY GOMPAN

consideration. The fmportauee HOUSE PROCEEDINGS. here during the brief time he ha been

of this resolution was at once recog among us. He is a young man of exceptional ,

nised and under the waiver of rules' House Joint resolution Nn. 226, by traits of character and In* (tXc.oorpocatoec:11: :

the resolution was read ,the second Mr, "Faulkner of Taylor-Propoting tegrity, and Is destined be6omn one E. E. VOYLE. MGR.
time In full and unanimously' of the most popular public officials In
adopted amendment to Section 13, bet 12, of Abstracts of Title and full Information furnished regarding land la tileoanty.
*;Petitions' relative to erection of roan the Constitution relating to education. the State. Our manager has lived In this countr! thirty.years and

,:::. u*. nt to Florida soldiers at Chickmanga By Mr. Orlggs of,Franklin-Amend* The is also well known Is thoroughly conversant with land' titles.

were read and ordertd spread lag Sections 8408..3400 and 3407 gen and popular) and a leader In the society s

," ;upon the Journal.Messages eralstatute*., trepatt.By set of Apalaehleola. She Is the

front House were received Mr. Olarke of Jorr.non-State. daughter of oqe of the most widely JEH: EVO sawn i.Filtiit ./.,

vied and properly referred.. game commissioner .' known newspaper men In Florida.' ACCIDENT BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURANCE Beors

< Bills on Third Reading. By Mr. Clarke ot J.trereoD-Rela' Friends will take pleasure In wel sending a number of prominent American and English eompaniei.REAL .

Rules were waived and bills on third log to same.By coming Mr. and Mrs. Warren here..nd' ESTATE AND CITY LOANS.JBnXo3.

reading were taken up ,Senator West )lrr Thompson of Jefferson-Relating . wlll.,nxtend congratulation .ad o.1A4'7i'L1.c: v 9' ?:dLaHEALTH

of the First in- the chair. to mortgages.By vance. ,?,. -,-

_ )''By' Mr. Harris-Authorising trustees Mr..Thompton of Jefferson-Re A Woman Tells How to Relieve Rheu "

: ceiving money or goods under false matic Pains* ANB VITALITY
promises to perform certain labor.
: I have been.a great sufferer from the & ayes. aa By Mr. Russell of Jaoam-Exemp\- avsBBBBaaai aassaai as a*
dreadful disease, rheumatism, for a xr x v ans=wer
4 'Ing dentists from license tax.By great Iron and tonic nlll and restorative. f ormen and women,prodwx
number of I have tried
Mr. Russell of Putnam-Taxes years. many r tn n rtji and vitality builds up the.,.t.ftn.nd renew the normal iwoe
medicines but never got 'much relief brinirinjr health and h.rPl__.. UOoo eelnabo-z,. Fortlaleb.a11dru wt,
upon tlmberlands.By from of them until two AFTER USING orj*. for sa.oo. : wrapped. of Cl SM OO OhlFOR
Mr. Deaden ,of Santa Rota- any years ago .o boxes Dr. :aXo'f* Chemical Co '

Maintenance of public roads | roads when I bought a bottle of Chamberaln's SALE 111 Jiff. u. W. TASTER, 1IIUII SPRING, FLA.We .
Pain Bsla 1 found relief be.
and highways.By .
rare I had used all of one bottle, bat -
Mr. Deaden of Santa Rosa-
Carrying concealed weapons. kept on applying 'It and soon felt like a ,.
different woman. Through advice
Concernng Keep a Fall tot.t
By Mr. Faulkner of Taylor- -
r Illegal sale of liquors. many of my friends have tried It, and -
can tell you bow wonderfully' 'It has
By Mr. Morrison of Volutla-Prohibiting OLD JOE
worked.-Mna. SABAH'A. Couc. ItO 8.tew / ,
working of county convicts
A careful outside of county. } St., Dover Del. Chamberlain's OLD VELVET,
rain Balm Is a liniment. The relief
wifeviII Committee on city and county *
always from palp which It affords Is alone r
House Bill No. FOUR ACES
reports 11S1't ,
w keeptsrupplieciBALLARttS worth many times its cost. It makes
creating Pinellaecounty reported nnavorably. -
rest and sleep possible For sale by
Wl't hg Minority report signed by all druggists.
tour oat of the nine member*, recom -
mending that the bill pace Both were A New'Residence.Dr. ,

: SNOW read and the bill went on the second J. Ifarriton Hodges and B. R. MT. VERNON,

reading Colton who own valuable property in
LINIMENT A message was real from the Senate the vicinity of the University of S CASCADE

A Positive Cure and the Joint aubeonourrent resolution Florida, are erecting a floe cottage In h.
,reported went over' under therales, 0 AND (
that section which they will place on t I OTHER
Rheumatism Cut.Old SoresSprains and several Senate bill were referred the market for rental por o.... This
Wounds. Stiff JoLau. I s
to their committees HIGIIGRJ.DEWHISIIES.
Corn Uuntons and all Ills. proper building, whey completed will be two
By Mr. Nel of J"ok.on-Problbh. stories In helghth and will contain i

JHB KNOWS. ._.__ I .
ng coonty judges from Issuing marriage eight rooms. It will be a credit to __

Mrs. C. II.' ,nuDyo"i HtAnIxirry. licenses to males under 21 and female that portion of the city I....which
Mo. Imve under IS without written llradqsarters IVrAnheuserBusch
tiuoW"Lluiment"nd ean't years many flee residence have been ..-,.
p .":tMiouirh. for tt, for,JUiwuuintltn consent of at least one of their pa eently constructed.
and All pahuu It lath rents r moat useful medicine to By )fl'. Baggett of t.e.lI1bla-Fta.: Gentle end Effective.

J>av.. iu the house. log a penalty and other liabilities upon A well known Manitoba editor Betlle aaii Braajfffct.

;T1tre Sixes 2Sc. S6c, $1.OO ,any telegtapheompany for the negllgent -, weans MAs an Inside" worker I find Write for price list. JUQ TRADE A SPECIALTY. "' *. want yonr; ;

w ' SlOW Lmiuwfll Cn failure Immediately to transmit Cbamberlala'e Stomach and Liver trade and will guarantee' to give atlsfaetlotu \
and deliver.messages, and making tfc e Order filled day receive
ST. LOUIS, MO-. Tablets invaluable for the toocnee ofbiltooeneee'aatnnl '
: failure prima sole e ldeno ,of, ac..U.84ft" to eesteatarr Isle,

. Pasted, 49 y tee i ao .ay.. ..... aoMlOCl..1M..c ewwetfe. .* CHOUSE WINE ROOMS ,

{ Sold mwd K& mm nAA VyW. By Mr. Wilson: 'of HerT'e4eIUI.Y- ........C trio a'taeeiiv .re. nevi .Mas ,
c tlv. M a*'potatmeat of .....******' of ....**, Pee, X __. pamptee/re*,. OCALA. FU04MOA.
: *. ;JOttJf HOS, ttaiam vlHes, resents a4 braa4.,,o*...\\ SUM Jiep, old by tail ...\0....' :.

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Branches of the Legislature Nervous ? i I Reached Gainesville Thursday and/

Were Bosy Poring That Day. : Spent the Day Here.

Then your blood must be in jc.
MIU-S ARE a very bad condition. You These Illustrationsshow
the variations in aiae
.Introduced by Mr. West of the certainly know what to take, dined in Mess Hall of University-Escorted between a strong 'vigorous cotton .

Sill Fourth, Providing Compulsory' Edu- i then take It Ayer's Sarsa- to College; by' Committee l plant-the with result of rertllicatiou

Brought Forth Considerable: parilla. If you doubt, then Distinguished Citizens Accompanied

Opposition cation and Was Lost. I consult your doctor. We know by Chairman Board of Control. :,fr

1vdneday'.esaton of the' Senate what he will say about this The joint committee appointed by Potashand

,.,called to'order .t 10 o'clock a. mpresilent grand old family. medicine.TM the Legislature.visit the State edo
Harris In the chair i. the flr., <]Df..ton your fleeter would rational institutions' for higher education plants 't/>rfiand In
"' suffering from Cotton Bllnht
k:: Ar j&tt bowcli' rcKulirt" H know
.. "entJ.1 of I. and which Is now on a toor of inspection This and other Inter sting experiment
Sfostors present.A that "lly elton Mo buw.le ; are described ui our book;". 'Cotton u
.. .
MTCB nntlal to; rco iy. KMB your liver aeu.a Culture" and "Profitable '
'various r fre
of the Institutions rmlnK -
uomber of resolutions I providing I sod your bow*!: regular l>r taking laaatty. to "nv one interestedVrltten t
of clerks of Senate do..of A7".'a nUa.Xa4e1r paid the State University' of Florida by experts, and full of valuable suggestions whuli, followed out wIU insure
for employment/ I better and blgger crops and larger profitt.Vtlte 'or them to-day.
committees went adopted.The . i a'e.iy.r c..,bowed.ta aw an official visit Thursday.
a.anafa4tants.r GERMAN KALI WORKS
following were among the new I The committee comprises Senators New .
I nAtl100R.! f-eiNas Street. e* Atlanta. O.-I214 Ca"IUn ItMlMlnr
Baker of Bumter.Tfeel of Walton and
t b'ls,:'" 'introduced' : ers AGUE CUKE.CDrRKr .
Bf Mr MeOreary-To allow board I lJ PECTORAt.yttem Grill of Putnam', and RepresentativesWillis

commissioners to offer reward W.Gave a..eert.t w.pautt.Rtb. of Levy Knight of Citrus, Kit-
of county fbl'1.n&l.. .r all ear m.dfeta.s. of Sumter and Wartmann of ala-
apprehension' and donvictlor II gore

of any* for*person committed charged la such with counties.erisnlnaoffense rlon. Owing nepre.en&athe'Vartmano to other I important engagements The Oldest Whiskey House in Georgia

Mr Wills-Amending section .. of public schools of Florida| t.o could not be present with the committee .

SU5 By, general statutes, relating to a aid and encourage the establishment ,, but expects to reach here Saturday Established 1881

claim for death caused by negligence of public high sohools, to prescribe when be will be shown throughthe +----- ------ - .
the conditions, and to make appro. University.
of another. ( t9n i \\'lLLI.ult---
r OLD SlIAlU'i: !
Mr. Willis-To amend Section priatlons therefor. Passed by vSte of Hon. N. P. Bryan of Doval, chairman
By 25 to O. Pure fine old rye By the gallon *3.CO.
1148. general statutes,* concerning of the Board of Control accompanied Moor: full quarts S3.&().
liabilities of railway companies.By By )fr. McCreary-To amend Sec the committee.The EPlt1iSS 1'RKPAIP
Mr. Crane-For regulation and tioo 219 of the J@neraUatat.e. of the committee was taken In carriages r .

eontrol practice veterinary medicine State of Florida relative to direction by Mayor Thomas, Col. W. W. UEO. J. COLEMAN

surgery and dentistry In State for printing of ballots, etc. Was rea Hampton, Col. J. -)1.. Rivers and W N. Pure Pennsylvania' Rye. Rich and]
of Florida. the third time In foil and passed b)' Wilson comprising a committee to mellow. By the gallon 12.75. Four

By Mr Crane-Joint resolution pro. vote of SO to 1. the University, where they were cor.; full quarts: $8.00.EXPRE W. PREPAID
posing an amendment of Section 9 of! This bill provides that ballot. can be dially greeted* by President Andrew _
Article 10 of the Constitution of Florida printed I in parallel'columns In place 01 Sledd and other members of the facul ANVIL utE y''

relating to Judicial salariea. one column as at present. ty. They made thorough inspection Pure substantial family whiskey. By
By Mr Beard-To repeal act relat. Senate Bill Jfo.' 61, by. Mr. Beard- of the buildings, grounds, etc., andpear.d the ttallon $2 W). Four full quarts .
To amend Section 1663, of genera '2.90. EXPRE83: : PREPAID
wit to drainage and reclamation of well pleased with what they
statutes, relating to powers of commissioners had ''
swamp and overflowed lands In Florida seen CLIFFORD RYE
the same being Chapter 6377. from other States. Read The committee dined at the University OLD By the gallon $2 28. Four full quart
Laws of Florida; approved ')1a)' 27, third time Iq full and palled by vote mess hall partaking of the same KENTUCKY CORN 2qS.. EXPRESS PREPAID '
1906. of :23 to 0. bill of fare which Is furnished the stu Direct from bonded warehouse, fine r

Messages from the House of Kepre- By Mr. Crews-To amend Section dents. The fact Uiaj they seemed to abet old. By the gallon 800. OLD POINTER CLUB CORN

tentative were received, and Hoose 520 and 626 of the general statutes of relish the meal is best evidence that Four full quarts n.w.EXPRE8S Rich and Four mellow.full Hy the$3 Rallou$2.&C.BO.EXPRESS | ,
f quarts
bill referred to proper Senate committte. Florida, relating to finance and taxation they were satisfied with the culinary : PREPAID PREPAID

Passed. department.The ... -

By Mr. Adams-. A bill to be entitled This bill gives the county commls committee left In the afternoon. We handle all the leading brands of Rye and Bourbon Whiskies In the mar
ta act to provide for the proper care' .Ion.,. the power to review or equalize ket and will save you from 25 to 50 per cent on your purchases. Send for prlee
maintenance and protection, inspection the assessment of personal property Whyliar. list and catalogue. Free upon application.

roles for regulation and control as well as real estate a torpid liver when Herblne, 'THE ALTMAYER &<< FLATAU ,LIQUOR COMPANY
The Senate until
of eoonty prisoners, manner of their adjourned Thursday the only liver,regulator will helpyout t :
dilettante and Inspection of county morning 10 o'clock. There is no reason why you.11oold suffer .a.800Ne G..A.

,Jails, and to pay for the expense of from dyspepsia, constipation chills -----------___.___ _____ .. _ ____.._.__- ___ __________.. ._. ,.J
carrying oat the provisions of this act. HOUSE PROCEEDINGS, and fever, or any liver complaints,
A special order for the day was eon. when Herblne will cure F. C.
The House was called to, order at 0 you.
tinned and made a special order for Waite, W. stvle.! Fla., writes "I
a. m. by Speaker Matthews.The .
Thursday was sick for a month with chills and
journal of Tuesday was ape
Bills on Third Reading. x fever, and after taking two bottles of
Bills on third reading were taken OPt House joint resolution.. by Mr. Faulkner Herblne am well and healthy." Sold. R. THOMAS

and the following are among those disposed of Taylor proposing an amend. by W. M. Johnson

of= merit Act 19 of the Constitution relating ---.--
By Mr. Harris-A bill to be entitled to local option was referred to -
in set to validate and confirm all committee on constitutional amend LI VEEYSale

rants, privileges and permits heretofore ments. ::J ,
made or given to Individuals, House joint resolution by Mr. MeKencte .
flrmi and corporations by and of the of Putnam proposing amendment Chattanooga -

eitl i or towns of this State whether to suffrage and eligibility, was
done by resolution ordinance or other- referred to the same committee. and Feed Stables

.I.e. {in all cases where the same have The following were. among the new
N.n acted upon by the grantee or bills) Introduced \

narantees,their successors or assigns, By Mr. Farris of Duval, to speedily
by the expenditure of money 'In. terminate trust of trustees of, Internal
food faith, and to give the force and improvement fnndrand to finally discharge Horses ll Buggies
Ceet of
ordinances to resolutions trustees.

kmiofore passed by cities and towns By Mr. Mathews of lJ-rIon, commending i
and Mules a Wagons
In relation to grants, privileges and action of Attorney-General l
permits W. II. Ellis in mandamus suit against y -
On roll-call, bill was passed by rote Atlantic Coast Line and expressingthe for for
.f2 to 2 appreciation of the House for his

By Mr Crane-A>bill to by entitled services. Adopted All All

a. act to legalize, validatr,rstify, eon. By Mr. Crawford of Orange,exempt. Plows
arm and approve all actions of county Ing from taxation certain timbered .

tommuoners In relation to laying lands; committee on forestry.By Purposes: Purposes

one grading eonttroctiong. repairing Mr. McClelland of Sowannee, re. .
and paving and making'contracts with atlng to securing money or propertyon ;rto
wiatton to the same of paved maeada. false promise to perform labor or -

IDbet1< or rock pabllo. highways, roads I service.By Wo Make a Specialty of
buolevards.' Read third time In' Mr. Faulkner of Taylor for
till 1 acd passed by vote of 23 to 2. calling election far State prohibition. are

"yMr West 01 the Fourth-A bill Other Senate bills were received apd MULES for WORKING
So :;,1> <>=!:
SUIed an act to provide fOf"lDp referred to proper committee. atC
:sory education la the State of After acting upon a number of tills
tks For*a and to provide a penalty for on .eeoadad third reading,the Ifoo e C ro -Makers : PURPOSES'Which

v atton of the same. This bill adjourned until 9 o'clock Thursday. .
rte tslorte.' unfavorably by the comon morning.' : .. ,
ntt'ee education. Senator BuckP -. f.:<'- oro Guaranteed Sound and in
IDIIa In thrwtlfJ1i"s'C6uif:
>ke ; :
strongly against th. mas- '
Ire and slated that he believed The following eases were disposed of , ,, " Excellent Working Order. Prices

\1.r taw would not only be not In the$Iayor'a court Thursday morn See Them at
be.tsolal! bat would under existing In*I ALWAYS RIGHT.If .

eo.cli'* D' fc, ponT.iy| Injurious. Jamer Gordon disorderly conduct arr. -- l
n., Vest defended his |5 and costs.Edmond _
jy and illustrated the measure experience earn Torner.dlsorderly conduct, Baird Hardware Co.'s
,own to and costs. .
county and said that when Both floes were paid and the defendants
wtats :
to would not send their hlldreo released. Gainesville. It's a Stylish] Tnrnout
s *oci
to.: they should' be made to do

s..t.or. Just ..caUi"I I Alackli County Abstract C0. 1 V
a Ih BeanS obj..i..s to the bill Your conch *, only In the throat and :
bet theory' 01 *a&era.Uem and did does not trouble you aaw,do.', think u.--.cJ ./ You Want
Ullak; ibs loverao"H .00141 I.hde .. that it needs BO attention. When It Perry M. CoIaee.Pr..... 3. w............Ts..
w5 j551'h homes. 0. ....!...U 1be WU has not had mesh of a start la the lime Pear a.K. c.-..S..T.a.OAllcE8vlLLEr /l
by Yote or l' to 1J6. te cheek It. The slightest cough easily ILA.
.J Me
.AAbaaA Wli ...a ea...W broaealtla sad -- '
loa.att to.......geo.....11.of lease to paeoxaoata, ..; *x.!oafv. Abstractnees. .. YOU CAN GET IT HERB.T1IE .
ta. Cpt.r ......"tlo.. A bottle ot Baiter. with fsvellitlee. for laaaartltaforaiailaa Tall +
e. .. PJetW&. ........ " Iiat o.a4 %r.. wtll eore lAd ooneeralac sixes 7Waa of
,1ftiQ the ...... ., ..MMi:5t. ...g.sTb.ei.p' .p. Ie wis.. .ssaof d siN leads la Alseaaa ,.-..'s,. ;
&11h...... .. ... sJL *.1d tar ..,Jt..Jst..... ..... leesissslM ,...,*,., : .C .

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F authors of botu agree that each has 6flOAR N. SANDERS. :;. rERRY1. C"I' ,;:::

INTERESTING CHAT I some especially good features. So MEMORIAL EXERCISES
It is thoroughly 'po .lble an under 0. N. Sanders&A COmpaij]

t: FROM STATE CAPITAL, standing may be had. and that the WILL'BE OBSERVEDKirby
I friends of this important movementmay -DEALERS IN----

r be rewarded for their long wait

a Concerning the Good Work of by some definite action at this session. Smith Chapter Will Have GexieralHARDWARE: :Mercha: : ? dise_

SS Be is understood, however.that .
... .Alachna Delegation\, this does Tine Program For That Day. __ STOVES, FARMERS' IMPLEMENTS:
.' correspondent not FURSIrt'RE ,
speak for either of the authors of
THIS rEL.EGATION; : IS BUSYSenator the bills'and when both TO DECORATE THE GRAVES New Store, New Goods. Ootnplet line of Ladies Spring Dress Ooodi, F
-- - Fancy; Groceries. Carload of Furniture just being t> ned- aU at j ..rtQ
from the.committee and, come up for est Possible Prices. Lsrgett Stock of Goods Ever Carried .o ,
Uniform'" School Decoration Exercises Will be Held In in
.MeCreary's : consideration by the Senate, Important Western Alachua.

Book Bill Now In Handsof, Commit* differences may be developed. the Morning, and In the Afternoonat Colson Block .. Trenton, Alachua County. Flij

_ I' te, on Education, ..and' ,'Hs Created I The Senator from the Thirty-second the Monument! There Will be Appropriate -- .- --- ..;.. .
InterestOthar: Notes I has also Introduced a bill especially Literary Exercises, -------r--/
Considerable honor presented, which will be done Shipped a Berkshire.
Interesting to the people in the phosphate '
belt Confederate Memorial Day, April by Judge, Horatio Davis, comamnderof Manager Calilson, of the
' providing for !
(By U. J. Brumby.) protection U.' C. V., in his Sprint
of toc: from InJury'cau by minIng -26th, will be observed .In .Gainesville Stonewall Camp, Park Stock Farm Company, 8a.tuz.
as-usual with Impressive ceremonies, usual clever manner. day shipped, a fine Berkshire
operations, whether by plant, excavation Pit to
Taltehas.e*< April .2L...-When the and elaborate preparations are being Horn Christopher Matheson, one of C. H. Shay, Ocala the value of
bogs or otherwise. This w h5d
u .
Legislature reconvene! Monday after. bill bas been formally reported to made for the program. the moat 'eloquent oraters In the wag 150.This .

upon at 3:1tOt!'o'clock there will be the judiciary committee. The .exercises' of the day will be State, will act as master of cere- pig was only five month old

just thirty-nine days including: Sundays Other bills of the Senator embrace gin at 9 'clock in the morning, monies. and tipped the beam at 125 pontfc

left of The session of 1907' to those increasing of when Under direction of Kirby Smith -J. J. Firtley Chapter Stonewall The Spring Park: Farm has a nUmber
pay county commissioners -
f dispose of the 'enormous amount of and members of school Chapter United Daughters of the damp, U. C V., and Lew Wallace of fine bogs, as well as the Hereford

business now on the calendars of board Confederacy, carriages will be In Post p. A. H., and the public generally and Jersey cattle.
and by request, bill authorizingrewards
both bouses. But this is a working waiting to convey the members of are Cordially invited to be present.MR. .
by county commissionersfor
body notwithstanding these weekend the chapter to the cemetery., where Jt*'U SI3STE3SSJJR. OA.RDB
persons charged with criminal WARTMANN HERE.
adjournments which, by the way, tensea, laurel wreathes will be placed upon .. -.

the Senator from Alachna recordedhis On the' House side, .of course the graves of the departed heroesof I Member of Visiting Committee from t.

vote ,against the proposition.The the House Concurrent Resolution No. they Confederacy wells as "the Legislature Visits University. ROBT'" > BOWERS, .
; Alachua delegation by the way Union Soldiers who are burled there: II #
E. of
L. Wartmann
1,. but really better known as the Hon. DENTIST.
is more than holding its own in this'' 'Carter Investigation Resolution, Is All Daughters, as well as members member of the lower house of the

very stremious legislature, 'o" far famous,-aud Its success .is largely due of Stonewall Camp, U. C V., and Legislature, and a member also of f Offiee In Miller Law Exchange.
considered one of the best in 'many. Lew Wallace Post G. A. R., are 'tn-
to the political acumen of its au the visiting committee to State educational
years. ,; to ;, thor. ,vited. institutions, armed in the Office Phone No.: 255 j Residence No.lf|
.The *McQfeary uniform schoel Smith *
At the
,aS Kirby monument
Representatives Carter and Eofce city' Saturday and accompanied by
book bill Introduced about the second court house square, the regular exercises ,
Mayor visited the Univer t
are "among those present" at all sessions Thomas
day o( the session, has created of Kirby Smith Chapter will be sity.
and certainly so far the good B. ELLIS, JR.,
deal of favorable comment. held. Rev. Frauds If. Craigbill will T. ,
\ta- great old county of Alachua is T ery astute. A thorough investigation of. the
and Js now before the committee on open the exercise with prayer. University was made by this distinguished :

'education. together with the Crane Hon. Frank Clark will deliver the official who walt unableto ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
b1l1'on' the same subject. Both bills Sere ffes:and Chapped Hands address of the occasion be present with the committeeon ,
AI'CI'qulddycunrd' b lt Chamberlain. Thursday, and he was -apparently -
have been ordered. printed and the .!ve. fry iiIt t."turns. J'ric: ajcenu. There are to be several crosses of I well pleased. GAtxs.vtii z. .-. Ftouu


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Manufacturers wanted money, had goods,, to trade for it, offered some big inducements we could not withstand-neither can you when

you read the bargains we offer. For weeks our buyer; has been among, these manufacturers picking} up here and

there some values in desirable Dry Goods that enables us to say with confidence .

The Greatest Sprint.. Optniiit Sale in the History of This Store OstHtd- l SATURDAY HORNING,. APRIL 20th

Thousands of Dollars represented in the immense stocks of fine Dress Goods Silks, White ,Goods, Wash Goods, Embroideries, Laces,

Hosiery, Underwear Cotton Good, Household Furnishings, Fine Millinery, Readyto-Wear' Goods Rugs bnnd Curtains that will be

thrown on our counters at fully 26 per cent less than they can be bought today. WE OWN OUR GOO UNDER PRICE

AND WILL SELL THEM: ON THE SAME BASIS. ,Sale opened Saturday, April 20th, and lasts Ten, Days. We expect this sale to

eclipse any past effort and we will .assure you of Hundreds of Bargains not mentioned hero that will pay you well for coming.

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100 pieces India Llnon, worth today. many store 20 )'ardlf good Unbleached Muslin worth 7c, for . $1.00
8V4c. for this sale . .. . . ... ... So yd We have the assortment:"we have the prices. "
to pieces fine India Llnon worth 12l o, for this. least one-fourth by buying your Hats here. 2Q yards fln T4 Bleached Muslin worth today 7c, for 1.00

. . . .. 8Heyd
t. 1'6 :yards fine Sea Island Brown Muslin worth 81-0.
Special Hats for this sale fresh from th, room;
60 pieces fine Sheer India Llnon worth. 15c today, fbr . . . 100
for this sale . lOc yd look to be worth double the prices asked. We give you
9.., 25 pieces fine 40-inch( White. Lawn worth 12 He. style, but we don't charge you stylish prices. -prices on Standard Brands' Bleached and
Muslins and
for this sale .... 10c: yd Sheetings. .
:5 pieces fine foInehVhttt Lawn worth 19c for Save, one-fourth on your Hat. Good Table Linen 58 inch worth 39c 'yd, for this

this sale ISHoyd, sale . .. ... ....,.. . 25cj: 4
CO pieces line 45-inch Persian Lawn and Batiste.A .
Linen Damask CO inch, worth 60c yd, for this sale, SIte 14
beautiful sheer fabric, worth 26c, for this rr
sale . . . .. .' . 19cyd RESS 80SBS, SILKS 72-inch Dania k. Bleached and Unbleached 1 worth
20 pieces 45lnch"rr noh Lawn, worth 35o )'d.,. 75C .;'......: . . 60cyd:
for this sale i. 23oyd The largest best assorted stock fine Dress Goods. and '
25 pieces 8=.lnc Persian Lawn sells for %Oc. for Sots In central Florida. Big bargain In Towels. Napkins. Fancy pieces.

this' pale ... . 12o 74 tOo Wool Batiste all colors.. . . . . . ._.. .:... 39c Crashes, etaIdoaseheld

20 pieces, line Dotted Swiss, worth 20c yd. for rd $1.00 Silk*Eoellennes, all colors. . .. \. ... .. . 7Sc
this halo cyThousands
of yards fine White Goods of lI2 kinds 36-Inch Black Taffeta Silk worth 31.25 ..... ... ... 89c

plain and fancy on the bargain table for this sale. > 30-Inch Black Taffeta Silk, worth. 11.50 .. ... .:... $1.10 Furnishings

SMnch China Silks, 50c quality,. .... . ... .. ... ". 39c .
We are Headquarters.Readyrnade
EMBROIIERIES LACES 20 pieces fancy Check Silks worth 75e to Il.OO, for -
this sale . . . . . . .. . . . .. . . . . .. 599o Pillow Cases,. good values at 12%. !*. 1S
Thousands yards fine Embroideries bought especiallyfor 10 pieces Ban al Printed Silks, beautiful. . . .. .. GOo 11.c.. '
19o this Bee the splendid values at 6, 10. 13H, 15. 20 pieces 32-inch Pongee Silks. A . ... . . . .. ._ JiOo 42x2 Cases worth 8..*,... . . J4r

i'' LACES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION$ to be found here White Wash Silks special t91"'this sale. . . . .. 25c yd 42x36 Cases worth :00..1.. .... . . .S . J'*
Die values in Valenciennes, Point de Paris. and Torchon Readymade SbWkte, cheaper than you can make them32x80
Laces at I 5 and lOo :yard. Reached: Sheets worth 65c...... .*..".. . . . ***
toe Allover Lace . 25c yd 1x90: Bleached Sheets worth 75c..s,.... . *J
'75o Allover Embroidery 59c yd Spring. Opening; Sale Fine Reatlyf e-wear Slx: 0 Bleached Sheets worth 85c. .i..'...Ii. .. . . . *. :

Special sale Ribbons Hosiery Underwear Small No- ieerfs Good values. to Bed Spreads at 89. 98. .'115.. $1.;*.
5- tions. Special bargain tables for this sale. Beautiful Shirt Waists fine Tailored>> Skirts. Wash Full sized M.25: for this
We sell the best at little under price.MEWS Spread ready for use, worth
: Shirt Waist Suits. Silk Shirt Waist. Suits One Tailored ...1. ....... .._......:....... .. ...... . . lt
Suits. Muslin Underwear: Mlssee and Children's Dressesat
Full sized Spread, extra heavy worth IL5O.. for thl-
FURNISMINIS much under value. sale .. . . .. . .. .. ...... .. .,.......... . . . *"
beautiful Shirt Waists at 980 L2S.. 31.50. 11.9S
See the
$i.25 Shirt for 11.00. i 75c Umlerwear for 69 1.00 Shirt for $ c760.Shirt I' New Neckwear 25 and ton Boe the beautiful Shirt Waist Sulta at. . (3.50 to f 15.00 worth ':.00 . . . . ., .... . . .. .?.... . . . . ].:,
for 5t+ctB5e See the beautiful Tailored Skirts . ._,. . L98 to :%- O . 6e
34-inch Colored Linens for tills sale.. ..... . . .
Overalls for &00. k New Collars Bee the Muslin Gowns. . . . . . . . . 60c to 3.50
1.00 Overalls for 75c. Suspenders. See the Muslin Skirts . . . . . .. GOo to 5.00 32 inch White Linen Sheetiac tor this sale. . . 1.t r4.
50c Underwear for 43c. 1 Socks Handkerchiefs. See the Muslin Corset Covers-------------- to 1.50 90-Inch White Linen Sheeting for this sale.. . . 11"

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Peace Congress In the United State
,5mt K. H. Fogg of Altamonte Springs. is said that eetler. roih eagerly: adjourned Wednesday night. Dslegatea BI VILEY.IjttiMtt. .
.ii bat written to The to the localities In which the. government '
Orange :
county from many European countries( "'
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t t I Chattanooga Tradesman a moil interesting operations for reclamation of were present. It was not an offiala lilme%.. .'.'. . by . . . . Lexington
;we!leCor-I1f''-e.' ::e SB***1o$0$1 o- i letter relative to Florida' many; barren lands have been began. People gathering, and delegates were there A dark bay horse of good, speed and

y ftt,ai ttureb. errs ill interest, which is fnll of truth, and anticipate the improvements far abend, solely in the interest of humanity, the nation, BAOMMaing the best trotting

which in part it at follows r and towns and villages follow close object being to promote peace and t 0 blood wfti ,the best thoroughbred
Every Monday ad ThnrsdijH the heels of the I A lae'' foal:. Jitter. producing both
ptbske4 It is but a few year since produetl"eDe. upon the engineering par encourage a universal policy of arbi
Gainesville, Irtaa .* of Florida became known ties. It is human nature to think that trsttoo iu all disputes arising between saddle and drlvisHft nor"* s, as many
ot his colts are good saddlers ana
'- t&sgrleulturbte-in tact only inc. a big undertaking most sueoeed and nations. It is hoped that this
;H McCREABY. Editor and Publ'r the disastrous freeze of 1605, previous opportunities rightat home areneglect was' another step In the directionof Terms at service, $3 00) per one .***

-- -- to which time ft was,considered that ed in order to- get in line with _aom. universal peace. "io.or $7.OJ with privilege of return
--- TxaMS or SOBSCBXPTIOM" t 'nothing coold be raised ate profit her** thing big. But wild desert tracts are, Ing mar as often as 'la necessary within ..
sixty days after first service,or$10.OO<;
six citrus fruits hoc not the only fields where! reclamation
Tirlce-a-Week Bus $1. year; Congressman Franc Olark delivereda to Insure a colt to stand and.sock..
months,50o. $ single copies, 5o. .. and scrub cattle Bat after the almos would prove worth while. stirring and impressive address ,before .; ,

DTJtR'J'UIUIO RAT.51 complete destruction of the m_gnifl- Many old lands have been left to run the convention of county schoo' BILLY REEDy

advertisements, 15 cent a linelorthe cent orangegroves those who could to waste In this country because their superintendents at Tallahassee;1'ci t! w

first and 10 cent. for each add-! not leave the State on account of their productivity for the old crops,has fall Wednesday night. The eonventfoi;',

final insertion. depleted bank accounts and those who ed. But. they are not necessarily.beyond which met to make recominendatVo\

Displayed advertisements for three, would not leave this roost, delightful reclamation. Agricultural' set to the Legislature as to neededriegl{ !

,anfurnlebed month at application.special rates. oountrylbegan to look the situation in enee la teaching new ways of keeping latlon looking to the b.ttermpn\\ ofi, ,y N p

upon notices. Inserted. the face. K opthe productivity, among others the, the Florida schools, was held in the

Ifarriage, Obituaries and Death, 5 cent a line. 'On looking over their candy soil, Introduction: of new crops. Immense Hall of Representatives, and was attended pl
tree that had produced such beautiful and areas of land "good nothing" a few by many prominent educators JL

OOB CLOBBIWO LIST, immense orange tree, .it occurred to years ago are now'growing Celery at a r }

and the Thrice-a-Week them that land that; would produce big profit. Berries for the market are The Department of Commerce and gray Jack six: old bro ,ht.. .

It. Bun World one year . .- ..W w snob mammoth orange trees. ought now cultivated on lands that formerly) Labor has issued a bulletin lately saying from Kentucky last fail, good bona and 'r'

TheBun( and the Atlanta v(Ga.) sorely to produce something' else I If were overrun with wild varieties and that the commerce of the world producing very active.colts A proven good enough foal getter&.0' be.

Weekly Constitution Atlanta one year(Qa.). 1. 75 properly cultivated and managed yielded no profit. to the owners. Exj now exceeds twtnty-stx billion dollars, shown at the fair In Lexington Ky.,

The Bon Weekly and the Journal one year. 1 50 They at. once ploughed their grove >erts recently declared that large of which thirteen and Uuee.Quar.rbllJlona last fall.Billy .

The&mi Sun- and the 6em-Weekly land which in most eases was under a tracts of unused land on Long Island are Imports and twelve ,and Heed was by Baoghman's Jack.

Times-Union one year. t 1 oO high state of coltl"atlon.alld plantedit can be made profitable by banana coltare. ooe.halt billions are exports ,The 1st dam big Powell jackt 2nd
in of various kinds as an ezperlment . Another darn Parley, by Paraeon. billy Reed
product recommended
crops new United State sends to other countries I Is halt brother to the Ball jack, the
_We will not accept stamp of a and in most oases their harvest for America is the English 14.37 per cent of their total Import best mule jack In Lincoln county, Ky.

larger denomination than 2 e*nts. was a revelation to them, and II walnut now Imported from France for and receives from other countries 14 81 Terms of service" $5.00 per single

at once became evident that, diversified the American market. In France a per cent of their total exports.If service, $1000 per service with privilege .
April 26:.h I I. Memorial Da,. crops was the. only successful walnut bearing orchard Is worth from of return ae often a*. I I. necessary
and today it bas within sixty days after the first ..r.. t
road to prosperity and yields
; $400 to 1500. an acre a revqnbe you are snperttltious about the vice. $15.00 to insure scull to stand
Tbere are .but ten counties In' the bean conceded that, the destructive of $75 to $100. A walnut orchard number 18 you had better give 01 and soak

State that are not In the dry column freeze was a blessing In disguise, a. may be used for pasturage' and other your quarter dollars, for on each one Service money due for el&her'horae 'j

Wilt until the prohibitionist get after the thousands happy arulpro.perous crop., and experiments can be made are 18 stars, 13 letters In the scroll of or jack when first. service Is rendered

tbem. .. fariaers 'and fruit growers are in evl without great. risks. States south of the eagle's beak, 18 leaves on the Except when bred to Insure a colt,,
is doe colt
then service fee when meet
The fruit Industry. was not the
dente. Mason and Dlxon's line and along olive branch 18'.rrow heads and 18 requirements or when, the mare la
Three Indian divorce oases are re. abandoned only In eaaeaof financial Atlantic. and Golf coasts are said to be' letter In the words, "quarter dollar.'' parted with or bred to another horseor

ported from "Bonesteel N. D. The embarrassment The groves that recuperated suitable for this walnut Most land Now It's not safe to keep them'', so jack,

noble red man !Is acquiring the'habits I aead'tbe new groves planted which awaits reclamation from abandonment just bring{ ,thm In and get c,red'It, on Leln will be retained on oolt.for service -
of civilization last i would not indicate to the newcomers lies" convenient to market subscription for the full amount tee.Mares.
that the beautiful groves of a few and amld{ civilized surroundings, a will be kept on pasture aV

While the party furniture Is falling years ago had ever been destroyed strong point In favor of tackling reels Governor.. 'Broward' ,. right fn himessage $3 00 per month.
This stock wll make the pre.en'aeuon
Mr. Fairbanksseems from. the fruit Industry other motion work borne. .
atoned and: breaking At *, right at '
: when ha suggests that count at DOn anan Farm one and
to be devoting himself assiduously Crops arenowMsoltlvmted with the most aommissloners and city councils .' one-half miles west of Orange Lake,.
to keeping quiet. gratifying results and every industrious The above 1.l 'a valuable article about two and one-half, miles ,southwest -
of publt
| expend a part the,
and enterprising man ;now clipped from.T4,: East' Coast.Advocate. money' from time to time Iq advents.! of )(olnt' .h.

District Attorney Jerome most b./a a snag' bank account and is enjoyjhg published at Tiiusvtlle.. Alaoboa ha log through printed m.u.r'and ohr > S. H. GAITSKILL,

cold.blooded individual. It Is eafd life and longevity In this de- much of this kind of land referred to wise the advantages and r.loureelof'heir )Mclntosh Fla.

tbat be proposes to ent.r.'a, ; vigorous ,}igbtful i climate. and can be easily reclaimed. Thereare respective' counties and -.. .-'

. objection to letting Harry Tbaw out. "In.describing the success of agricultural many a of land In this county palities with, a view. of Ind ocfn ROACH-ROPERS.

pursuits the raising of fine which we believe would be suitable ( monlel.1 ............
tourists Florida.The .
to come to
Work on the f25,000 plant for the tock *must not be lostr sight of. Instead for a .walnut,orchard. I Engagement of Two Popular Youny ,

manufacturing of gasoline lamp In of the razor-back bogs the varieties Floridian I* Announced
special election{ held In Jackson
Tsmpa is being pOlhoJ rapldl,... possible of pore bred hogs which thrive NO{. A UENDA." villa on Tuesday for the purpose of The following| "front The Tamps Trl.

The company will employ between best In this mild climate have been submitting to the voters for their'' ,approval bone will prove'of Interest to reader..

{ 160 and 200 men. the cost of the Introduced and Florida can DOW pro If the published reports are true that an ordinance, granting to the of The Sun. sine both parties are well

. building alone being 10000. duce .fine stock,as and section of the Harry K, Thaw,"the noted New York Jacksonville Electric Company a new known and have many friend In thle
United State., and It. is now eoneededto
murderer, has dispensed with the ser franchise, resulted In the ratificationof city :
Jo Walton sod Alfred 'Sargeant, be a most" satisfactory and profitable vieea,ot hit ailing' attorney,, Delphln the ordinance by an overwhelming "The engagement of Miss Agnesx i

both negroes, will, pay the penalty of "The Industry.climatic conditions and the M. Delmas. It looks as though Thaw'safflictions majority. the vote being 1,000 to 181. Rogers of Clearwater and Mr. James
combination of E. Roach of Jacksonville has been
their brutal crimes in Jacksonville on might be'a Just

Friday, Jane 14th. This double bang* easily cultivated crops for their. main Insanity and Ingratitude hence his The ball-storm in Jacksonville publicly announced. This, will b*, of
has demonstrated
lag will be the first legal Execution in tenanee fattening' condition for want of a more appro Thursday. was the heaviest and molt Interest all over the Stata,.at built 5
of be
Doval county In four years that a pound pork can prlate term, "should be designated "''n. prolonged In the history of JaoksonvJU these young people are well known*
one-bait of the
produced that for it about be In ex. emits 'Ingratltnenda," which would' *. In fifteen minute there wa* Mlsa Rogers? popularity having' bt
Two white pease can produced any sound just about as well, and carry proven beyond a doobti hr havingwon
men and a negro have j tt be 'ID otherof over an inch of rain and malted ball
other some
State except .
been wounded over in Louisiana in a Southern States. Th. probably 'a more forceful meaning, The ball-stone averaged three-quar The Times-Union prlie trip to the
slash extremely khan many terms which have bean St. Louis Exposition. 31 Ir. Roach has
between ap
races. Wonder whether scrub stock has seen its day and has lets of an:loch In diameter' and many
this tragedy will be attributed to Tbos, piled by the expert on the witness' were over an inch made many friend 'In different stem
Dixon's been;'supplanted by blooded stook a* stand. But the special eommesloodeelared { Stops of the State by traveling for the > d
"Clansman or Senator Ben successfully as In the hog. Industry.The Central Tillman's speeches on the race probe falling off of the shipments: of Tbaw was now In his complete The Times-Union "8hor l Talks' wedding will take place May 4 at ,the..
lem and proper mind, and because Attorney home of the bride In .
man says that "tha ,Sanford track OJ.a.t.'t.anci.U.r
Western beef In the past few is
years Delmas, In an endeavor .to save farmer who will realize $18,000 off 8ft a bridal tour to New York,.
very pronounced, and the Indication. Washington and the Jamestown Exposition .-
Judging from the him t from the electric{ chair 'Sodeav.
reportsof now point to the export of fine beef! acre planted to celery this year Is they will return to Ja.ksonrllle .
the storm in Jacksonville Thursday: cattle from her borders .In the near toe ore4 through an alienist to bring out only another one of the farmer who where they will be at home In t
fternoon, the people of that city bad the fact that Thaw was suffering from are growing wealthy off Florida fro lioaeh's handsome new residence*.
a'bill of a time" for an .boar or so. tare. temporary mental. derangement the and.'" 11T West Church stress"

Bat Jacksonville like the house that CHANGE 'IN CABINET EXPECTED night ha pu$ put Stanford Whiter -- -- -- '

*M built upon the rocks ,is there to light Delmas got: his walking paper SATURDAY'S EXAMINATIONS. Tfe MlonJ ma ft* ipe Co. dO s
"17, and It will require something There are ito afloat of strife 'In Thaw appears from his action to be a"peculiarly .a, JGentjraa. maJce a apeaUUr ot ....
... tbartn&UT practtoeT iei lOON than fires and elqadbnrst and the cabinet. Just bow much troth Is funny" rand man. Five Applicants Stand examination For hou n *feotd. raofp**. .and tor

hen storms to keep her down. The behind some of them 'It is hard to say Rural,.. Malt" Delivery Tow rear Cod the recipe for ;::;1

.111 ly thing would be a landslide to but It Is guessed by some long-ran The first convention of the National faotvre of some simple remedy Vae1ewin
damp her Into the .ea. and then !It gnesserathat Secretary Root wilt not The examination for rural free de- make you rich. Write them ......
b* this administration as Secretary Arbitration Pease Commission' has .livers. service. was held Saturday under Thy will gladly furnish Foci aM MS*
surprising to her out
"bob r"ot see stay come to an end In New York with, vary the civil service '01... Alble Information free by reterat mm.
op serenely" from the depth. of of State. He took the position
OM Keptnne. He gratifying results, being: an affiliation The examination' was conducted by -.. -" --.-. ..... - --
rather under protest. gave up avery '
0' tba important nation of the world.Let BenJ. T, Arnow, the only person In the
.- large and lucrative law practice J. '\v. PATTON
It be hoped that the world will
Tilt feet that congenial surrounding city authorised, to conduct lb..sam.,
Mr. Harrlman. the In New York
follow the and of
mat 'Influential and corrupt railroad sad congenial friends to take what b.beUey.d his object of J. E. Walnwrlght having been absent. ..Civil Engineer and Surveyor,,.
great gathering distinguishedadvocates
Mr. \Valnwrl is attending the ..
mIaeste *
where ha would
lest was consulted by the Prt- was a place of peace, for, as the Hon Ion of the United State court In HEALER IX HEAL: KHTATR
his the
recommendations really be serving country.
ton William J. Bryan remarked In big ad.
Goegress railroad rate ha has proved an bl. diplomatist all Tampa. attention to all business.
legislation Is
tbe ? dress before the convention, wa OOfea lint door North of Tbra.
more Thar were five applicants/ -all *>
rsiaingof important question tbaa tb* of the! diplomatic' corps In Washington should make peaea by, Jo,., and not white. Three were for OalossrilU i om.. ,...O. Box lBeUalxtvllte. FJsucoiFSe

corruption fund by the are willing to tsity. and tha settlement by f rn. .._ ,_, ._ ..__._ M_'__. ._,_., ____...,
orporatloQ magnates.. Ia la about of the Alaskan boundary dispute route, two for the proposed Mftanopy

a lIa1oI0'O.' 10 a Prohibition convention will stand as more of a mount to hie Guaranteed Stomach Remedy route. :
talflll in A report of the relative standing I.
the most lie would
influential taloon- ability anything ever
Yon ask why J. W. MeOolluma
ZeeNr many expected In a few days.'whsn the
advise the committee have been likely fo do bad be become new
on able to guarantee to refund the
will be established.
hsolttioas routes
what to But It I. said either with
POI In the plat. President. or i
form. Yo money t nl_s* MI-o-n Stomach Tab
wonder the railroad w"hoOl.oo4 reasons that be Is dissatisfied
Wit.. 'Delrt'eU"e. rate with his present relations to lets aura when no other remedy for i ACTUALLY CURES CATARRH, ,
stomach trouble Is sold in this man i
the administration. There is no denying
The ner. It I* one tblag to claim' but another Yn want, "' snaking*

hg ba North AtlaDtle' Seet !. now waitExpoal- that toe Influence of SecretaryTaft If the stomseh is only given a rest thing to back op the claim by a statement Xpetlal Leader
Hampton with the President bas been
R0a4. * w.lcome the b y using a digestive, tha nos, le. soon that If not proven tree, there .
'l6lpe of lore'all nations which will greater than that of Secretary Boot become weak, and It Is neary to will be BO chary for'thc service or the

:me h I. P&nle'pat.' la the opening' and were it aot that ha has some Important oatlooetaking a digestive. tablet after good It t* la tbf way bat J. W. NORTH CAROLINA

Ilea--Ifl of the Jamestown things be wants to accomplish very meal. On tha other hand MI. feCollom sell Hyocae!, for be has *o ,

N.e- how sweet 't will be for I.nlp with Sooth America. It is probable theEuees.reisy o-na used ",before ,eating. strengthen much faith In 'IU power to ,gyre all MOUNTAIN DEW.
to .. would the Cabinet
'fie. greet sash oilier with 0510. the stomach so that yon will soon b* forms of catarrh and bronchial trouble
of As1t1ela ls ,orl I..
peace la..aIJ of Ibe IboD- ibis summer. mor well enough to give up tba use of that he give an aUolot. onqoaliOvd
brtsg : bound with teen ring. recognition of Vary old t four fell quart for$9e*- '
C&JUaoata. op
.. AIie.l".&all cU.. medicine, % osrantae with every outfit that If the > nr..., prepaid and strictly eoaapUee
sues war II...**. am"....*.r,.. the I>nagoDoctrine a* a complement of Mi-o..a .. bat We boa and emedy doe aol care the money will with' the Pore Mood Law This I* sic
tollowtsg tbb. isteraatfoost p5e.e .be Monroe Doa trine,before the eotn make pcaHiv and complete / be refunded.A I exceptional value and a trial order w*
mambo iai.w Hague Triton**!,and orjTha knew will plra.. or: our moefy'
Tork 1t..... ate baa proof of It. atari la ... YOU
tka t- f.tkq- pJlefeae thatbe will have. made a reo- f e .c. .7om'oal.' coat but '.'aa4 d., ,SEND PRICK UHTV
.: ... eerentae to'refund... 'If ft .it -
.** *teas fw Bkewatartea of State money' t.maJklsHC not only a very plea..nt ,
.,4 .. bevve a ar ..*> 3W a fsar ,Is to usd.n.ord ..... M* tan tint J, W KeGaiae wetltodNxpeotmot, ,bet _"I' sea. CHAS. MLUM COMPANY,
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Mica Axle Greaselengthens .Wife of Former Resident of Gainesvlll 4ithIOWOak

HAD FINE MEETING Passed Away to Brunswick. oss"Lasst
k, the life home-of thewagonsaves A recent Issue of The Brunswick

/JJJ News Contains the notice of the death

Session Lasted Tfcree;; Days-Much per.power Beet time lubricant and tem-in of Mrs. E. Ljfbodrn of Seattle Fall," writes Mrs. S. G. Bailey, of T :::n-

;, Work Transacted. the worldoontafnsj/ J A.Wash.E. Lfy, at bourne-the home, in Brunswick.The of her stepson. nelton, W. Va., "I was going down by inches,

powdered whichforms mica death. was'rather sudden, being' from female disease, with great pain. After taking

1 NEW lyiiNisrens RECEIVED 1 j ja j caostd by heart failure Qume'roo."Brona., and was a' Cardui, OViJ 1 My! How was. benefited I I
shock to her
Strengthened Additions smooth, great not well but am much better
Presbytery by wick friends. am yet, so that I will
coating on axle, and I
From Georgia Prebyt."Ya"d' New reduces friction. Mr. Ley bourne formerly resided in I keep on taking Wine of" Cardul till I am f>perfectly

Ministers Will Atsuma Work at If;you want your outfit Gainesville' Jle was married' to the cured." ,
wife jdst deceated near )McMeekin
i Once. to last nod, earn money
: "while It lasts-grease Putnam connty;about ten .years ago. Despite the envious attacks of jealous enemies
The-folio wing ministers and delegates the axles Rev. I. 1!: .Weeb>t&er performing the
attended the' urnJ. nDual convention Axle Grease. Mica ceremony. "r ", and rivals, Cardui still holds supreme position

N of the Presbytery: of Snwan- Friends -of Mr. Lejbourue Jn this
nee, which closed a three.'day session STANDARD OIL COMPANY J--.NM section alit sympathize deeply with today [as in the past 7O years). for the relief and

''In this city Thursday' evening, together him In his bereavement. cure of female diseases. It stops pain tones
with the name ot t those who had the .., ? up

pleasure of entertaining them DEATH OF CHAS R. HOWELU; ' THE UNION PICNIC. the organs, regulates FREE ADVICE
Rev. Dr. "\V. E. 'Hoggs, entertained
the functions and aids *'ttcr
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by L. C Smith J Tlev. Paul F. Brown One of Glltl"f" svllle'. Old, and Well Committee la Favorable to Worthing. r*" yii>pto. ..n.*w* will U dyo.:al
Fete Advk ,tn .
by W. D. HIgdon } Her, L. R. Lynn, by Known Citizens Passes Away. _ton Springs. -Decision Shortly. in the replacement I of aeareast tei.a Plain Advisory! mld'p.pannet cnvcioM.l.Tl ,
: > etaattan_..MxtlclDt ., _
'H. Ford 13ev..E. Vf. Way by J. P. Cbatta
A | Chas R. Howell) seventy-nine year The committee recently selected 1MO".T....
D Matheioq Kef. Dr. W. II Dodge of and a misplaced organ.
BRP, on*of Gainesville's pioneer from the Methodist Presbyterian.
by W. 8. MeDowalli; Rv. O. A. citizen, fatted away at his home dorngTfturtday Baptist and Episcopal Sunday !school At Every Drug Store In $1.00 Bottles.
Thompson, by L. O. ,Grscy Rev. Dt.I .
; night a* a result of la for the selection. of a epos for the an*
,W. Waddell, by S. )I. DUI.; Re?. grippe: *front which he has been suffer, niial- onion picnic have not yet definitely .

J. L>.,D, Houiton bjr 8. '.T. Burnett; ng for the ran ten weeks It was his decided upon either the pointor V W no
Revs J. F. Ford by fi. H. Hall ; _
; Advanced age which eventually resnlt the date.Worthington. ECARDUI
t J. P. Frl. by O. W. Hyde J.
.Messrs. ; ed in death from this Illness. Springs seems to be
O ,Tarn(plef'd andS. J. Barstow, by OF
; Deceased was a native of Illlriofo, the choice of'the majority of this committee
Rev. T, P> Hay .3:T. Price, by A. W. but came to Gainesville from Cairo, bat the same has not yet: been

Taylort F; P. Henderson, by L. L 'hat State, twenty-eight years ago, definitely settled'. The date has also ,
Sandborn) A. Means and Bates, by L since which time'he and his devoted '
been unsettled, bat It will be either
J2.JVleanst, ; J. T. Owen by O. S. :Merchant wife have'been .reildenta here. the last Wednesday In April'or they .STANDARD I STOCK FARM

1 ; Hawthorn, by W. 8. DorseyiX Deceased was a member of the Method second Wednesday In May. . . ,,1Q
W, MeOallqm, by J. T. McMillanTrf I 1st church In this city for more than Announcement will be made as loon .
J. Horn, by A. 8. Albright. twenty' years* and was possessed of a
as the committee can reach a decision
Dr., I W, Waddell), with Rev. L. R. liberal, generous, Christian character Linel srille, Pls.I .

Lynn "alternate, and Elder O, 1>. I which has marked his life for years. EUREKA .
'Rlnehardt, with, Elder Christopher He is survived by a devoted wife, to

: commissioners:Matheson as alternate to the ,general were elected assentbly as- whom extended.the sympathy of the communityIs Yea, I H Found If At Last. High-Class Harness and Saddle l Horses

...whtoh meets In Birmingham, Ala., The funeral was held at 8 o'clock Found what? Why, that 'Chamberaln's -.
Salve cures eczema and all man.
Ib .
May. Friday afternoon from the Methodist "
The report showed the state of the chureh.'ney. Tf J,. Nixon officiating. pet of itching nf.the skin J have been ;/ is essenti .l'id..a
afflicted : / :"Good breeding as liigh-
for years with kin disease .
churches. In this Presbytery to be very The pall-bearers were L. ,L. Mill W. many ,; .
encooraging, both spiritually and P. Carter, G. M. Colman James Doll, I had to get up three ,or four :/'a V class''liorse:as it is to a highcliiss: man"
times eyerYIIJgh' and "a.h'with 'cold '.. .
,financially. E. Bftlrd and E. J. Balrd. The inter :
water to allay the terrible Itching, but i ;
u received
W. H.
Rev Dr was meD was In'Evergreen cemetery \
from the Macon, Ga., Presbytery, and Thereof numerous floral designs, since using this salve in December :KEEPS-: ,.'
called to the pastorate of the Ocala casket covered 900.. the Itohlog has stopped. and leas : "
the being which vas tons REGISTRY 110. 8188 \; .
church 'and a committee consisting of evidence of the in which not \ttrpuhled. me.-ELDER : T. 1
high esteem
WaddellHer. P. and OXOLXY, Rootvllle\ Pa. For 'sate by Standard Bred Stallion. Trial 2,271. Out ot the dam of Tommy Brian, j
y Rev. Dr Hay deceased was held.EPISCOPAL. '
Matheson all druggists, 2OB! >a.eta. Crown stallion 15& hands. Trotter. 'Bred by Tommy Brittot,
f Elder Christopher were '
Lexington, ICy. Sired by Prince of India, 2.18J.t.. The greaMon of BirosWUke
appointed tQ Install hUn ai pastor on ARNIVALBaby '
{ '
.. Winner of Blue Ribbons
In Mayor's Court. ; many .. *
Sunday, the 8th Inst. He will succeed '
Rer. Dr. W O. Lindsay, who Show and Young Ladles' Ore- Chat. Hill, colored, was arraigned In Chester 1QIcDo''iMell

has gone to Kentucky ,reside clan Orill. Wednesday Afterr/oon. the Mayor's court Friday morning '

Rev. E, W. Way was received from The Woman's Guild of Holy Trinity upon a charge of disorderly' conduct 1IEUISTRT SO. 1480 '

? the Oherokw Presbytery (Oa ) and Episcopal Church will bold a spring and flgtlng, his wife having, made the Bay, stallion One of the Greatest Combination Saddle and Hirnert

granted leave to preach in the Per carnival on the lawn of Col W. W. hargw. lories ever bred In Kentucky. Sixteen hands, weighs 1.200 pounds Perfect

nandlna ,church for a period of six Hampton on the afternoon and even The woman came to Marshal Ar. conformation. .Winner tlf> numerous Blue Ribbons at leading Hone Showkle

l months' Ing of Wednesday, the 24th Inst. ow's home at 1 o'clock Friday wornng baa been declared by many horsemen to be one of the handsomest Indirld-

,Rev J. L. D. Houston was received This will be one of the most novel and requested her hosband'a arrest uala In America. He has prpven himself a great sire He Is a powerful hone.

from the Presbytery of Waahbarn, features ever seen In this section of stating that be had been fightingher. remarkable action Trots 'In harness and goes five gaits oDder the uddlt.

;, Ark., and wil. U) engage In mlt'lonary the country, as well as one of the most The officer proceeded with the Sired, by tbe celebrated Chester Dare dam by Messenger Chief, Jr.
work. woman to her home in the vtatalty of
Dr. W. Humphr-y. will be received enjoyable At 3 I o'clock In the afternoon of Wednesday Frog Alley, where Hill was placed KEEPS and CHESTER McDOWELL are at the bead of the Standiri
from the Presbytery. of Atlanta.Oa., at under arrest and locked Stock Farm Sod, Gainesville. Florid" Terms j $36.00 per seaeon, with retort
of the Presbytery there will be a pony parade, up. privilege In Is ) To redoes
an adjourned meeting case mare not foaled. encourage Florida breeder, a
of Sowannee, to be held In Ocala followed by the baby show on the lawnIn He was fined $23 and costs, which ion of $10 will be made from above price If the $25 is paid promptly Tail) d

on April 27 and will be called to the the afternoon. All babies are eligible was paid and the defendant releaied.. one-third the charge that would be made In Kentucky If you desire to breed
of Mclntosh and
pastorate ,
and this contest promises to be
,Mlcanopy entireties. write at once. Address t ,
of enthusiasm and Interest. Don't Put.Off
one! great
The stated meeting of the
Gainesville Is noted for Its pretty For tomorrow what you can do to.
Presbytery, will be hid' with the Standard Stock Farm
Archer! ch rchon October'15, preaed*' babies, and they will all ba seen at da,. If you put off buying a bottle of ,

'e\by,the Preebyterial Sunday Sell DO 1 this baby'sbow. Ballard'a Snow Liniment, when. that I GAINESVILLE, _, FLORIDADIRECT
,tn| tote r beginning' on. October 14.ff In the evening a number of the pain comes you, won't have any. Buybottle

society young ladles will. present aarf'olao a today. A positive! cure for r

drill -"The Fire Worship rheumatism, burns, cuts, sprains, con

pers"-which will prove a most rioted muscles, eta T. 8. Graham,
spectacular production. Lights of Prairie Grove, Ark., writes "I wish FROM OUR D1Sl1LLERYWILLOW

various hoes will. be thrown upon the ,'&o thank you for the good results I reeived .-I

seen, which will comprise many from Snow Liniment. 1& posi

tableaux, and alone will be worth go. lively cored me of rheumatism Batter
Ing to see there had failed." Sold by W. M.ohnson. DALEWHISKEY

Refreshments will be nrr.d. upon .

the lawn at reasonable prices .


sufferers L Degree. Team From Colfax Rb.kah rUin ,4th
Lodge Conferred Fine Work. WCE

should user Twenty-Eve! membere of Colfax: Re ': D

bekph-Lodge tfo. 2, I. O. O. F., who ,tat.NalM.w
visited the Grand Lodge In Bl. Petersburg ""p qslttr'iitlt E EXPRESS
and conferred the Kebekah degree w can., II IY'1111 tOiYenovr.sitar R fULL &985

.--.rww... Wednesday night; returned to .f naarr" "'tA.' feet fare elf ,!.......N MI 4
".eery roe UASr rw since en ur sot PREPAID D
DONT their home tn this eity Thursday* .eaw tS HOT A fOODI'K.e,5w.&t'tI! .I, .ae+.oaS...A..1 QTS.Pc,
Those comprising the team speak In M A im I. ._uwt"'tflllt ""
let yourself to be mlserabla. 11:M rave .. Send ua $2.t3 and 'We' 'will ship you In A '
ici 2 S CLNT9awcwstAs :
autler from aevere head the highest praise of the hospitable font
'NVhy Nusaat1striaaes.a'i 1 : tuatrtrJtetD e.ACKERHAN& case with" tie* marks! tv show content
1 sic ee, have fainting unella manner In which they were entertain STEwm.M.I quarts of WILLOW DALE RYE express* fr'e i L
and bo fretful? Your liver ed l In the city by the Dull A larae & Try it and IT yon < n xxla attention. Try llerbbae crowd witnessed their work Wednesday A best you e'er tasted: eend it back to us at cur''ed.
the great llrer regulator t) nse. and your |2.8S wilt be promptly rerun<
It first
Conatlpatlon.: BIUou night and pronooneed WtU> m.'hams Pne Isn't that fair offer?
CURBS Oittls and l ever and class In every respect. The team re* = will u UlitMt Remember. we are distillers, I so wnn.rat.
= ,
aU Complaints. celved many congratulations, which LESU'.i..iMOrtet sad*o8'.-, { M I from US"O'II sv the enormousprotits of tne S: :;:
I .. and avoid all chance of alteration. vj 'Z
deserved and appreciated. tlcblBom*.*c.e t ere
Mrs E. O. torrlsen.. HoWa- were 1ts3e*. f h_ ane..t r*. sure of evttinsr our whisker but aa itwith| v' I
ton. Toxiwu -write *vl haTe tl.f I>.. .wtns.m.'iadtaapu.cxaf.inset 0U-1'disti.11hoGt bring p r **'
autferoit for yeara from severe JudgmentIs t.=pawl tae JPItMMfrdlte- ;. p a' '
( waY
tat or tk K
pain Tr.lM -
headaches, dluJneaa and the essential characteristic of men ...lUna.JJy; It\,bt m.t1a1 yes yIf you prefer corn whisker we will serxi'
r fainting vpella. I reoelveal sales. .... aW ...5.... MlUMI& Murtnll of ALLAN &tNCLAIR'S COitKWHISK
and Invaluable to good basi mute19 CO.. ,.., .. qa oar
o relief until tried llerbine women. .. . CM.s" 1)IaIQ .orS2.BO.exprcMiprptti .ad waa completelyoured. I.a ness men and necessary tohousewivea.A .. sold tw Dr.O. W, .,.......0... aprtpts.7Sa bay a better corn: -mkey from anybody: e. *

... .|t wemsar11Seiow. ," woman'showa good judgment wbea awls i any price
PRIC8'5 e. she boy White's Cream Vermifuge MnT'I"13 Onr rnsrantre of perfect satisfaction or n*'yes rf;
for her baby-the best worm. -,medicine PENNTROTAL PILLS ref: andeil TO e witn every" stoipment we, *yt-j rTt
LJftlmettt Co. ran no risk when deal With ms as the
eve? offered to:mother. Many, Indeed sad t15.y I yon asil2iael dtw s
of nave of a
1 IT 19VIU. vas: company resooroea
*T. < n. Y.
who .
are the sensible Bothers and will dO aa
--' -- rcsctRt exactly we say
r", > write, expressing their 1 gretitflHie:for ...:. .: .. == st 'XM t a THE SWIfT CREEK IHSTaUWC CO,
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STORM DID .. ... Land omoe at lIa'fJ..fllft' Ft a.. '
AIL UAWS OF FU01UUA 1 AI.III i irNotice l

Weakened by Oter-Work Notice tt N hereltf ten that J. P. Pry. "I'-I NOTICE-:SHERIFF'S SALE. Is hereby. : given!! that ,n o.>mi.UanB4th ,,, g;

DAMAGESuffered chaser of 'l'QJ\ crtno*Ma No. mrrtfJune y
IMMENSE Unhealthy KlJneys Mak Impure Blood date the :Ird day 5f JalT. A' D. l*>I. hM sled and by virtue of an execution issued :<, KCA eUtld An sot foi toe sale oftimber >
lands .
said o. rptlestes ta ray otno, and IHMI I to the biases of c..Jlr"rnla. Ofoe-
It used!' to be considered that ouh- made uppUokt .o' for" tat deed to !.*. out of the Oireuit Court of Florida, iron Nevada' *.d Washington Irrrltory! :* a. ."
-- bladder trouble were to be In aeeonta.noe wtfettlaw. Said oerunoaten eas* Eighth Judicial Oireuit. in laud fur extended! to aU In. public land Stutea by ..... : '!
Severe Loss urinary br oe the toUowlnr d* aril> d property ltumtmt Ala of Au uBt4, IMS. NIp llo&.J ISarrv of New. Ali
1i9011t11ue traced to the kidneja, In Alaobu oooty. norldik. town.: county, upon a Judgment rendered tn..a''uft'J', of Ara h... Slave of Florid.
but now modern I--Ne p'4 of Sw M of Sw l-. See !.., TP. tl S.. *n the Jonrt Of Justice of the baa till dar Iliad tn tbiauOlo* his sworn statement
Property Thursday. science rotbat R. *...10 cre s. Peace, Second Dislrioi of Alachua No tea for Ute. purchase of the Sw 1-4
of ) 1> Nw I-4 or Se l-4otSw I.4 Sec IK. Tp. II S. Florida. In favor of Frank K of He<'. No. l J In Tp. NO.IOS.. It. No. Hi B.. and
nearly alt diticaseestave 1C 1-rlO sores county will offer proof to show tt the land aouifbt latore
KILLED their beginning $w lof S. 1..of Hw 1-4 Sco.Ji. Tp. U 9.. Wood plaintiffand against D, P Oh"'.. Tiiiunhla} 'or. Its tlmor or stone then for r'a
MEN WERE in the disorder of B 1H-lOocreit ser, defendant a duly. certified 'MatGrip' ,- aprloultmal impose and 10 hi* 1,"
AO Tee acid land being assessed .t the date of elatm to .".id land before Meghler and Ileoelrer -
1 whereof ,is recorded nt 298
these most important the l> of certificates In the names page atUaineavtlie.I Fla.. on Towrwlay the ''t
Park and Wh.elmen'a Club organs of tKtraUtwey S. H. Upsey and H J. lapse). of Foreign Judgment Book No. 2, 6th day of June iflo; $
siand The kidneys' filter Unless sat oerU11oatea shall fo* redeemed awcordlcir Records of Alaehua county Florid, ; He names a* wltaeasea: Rap Lanctonl.
[ With Other Valuable Prop. uy blood to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on ...execution being' iosned to all and LwU Lavirfotd. Pal Nipper. WswaKt".. Nipper,
Together allot Newbeira: .
) the d'th daY of M T. A D. 19OT
Reported o..troyed-HaU Fell v-......e Witness my offletal signature and seat\h1I initular the sheriff of the State of Ana and ail person'' claiming advre1y' the ttabore.fesortbe4
fit. when l kidneyaare weals the ink day of April A. D. I*7. Florida, T, L. W. Fennel), sheriff of lands ar* N'I\IIr< itJt to the
of Six lnch". Therefore, your S. H WMEXOBm. their( lainu. in t his\ oMce onOr"f"re.saw s M
tet Depth or out of you can uhdcl'stan110W pd Clerk Clreult Court:Alaehua Co., Fla. Alacbua county, Florida have levh..dupon day of June, IW "
received' In this city your entire body IS'i affected and and will, sell at public outcry onMondsy.theOlhday od UENItY sNOTIOK CIItDU, Relf.. e,..
was. quickly ..,...__._._ .- ... .
Information disastrous how every organ seems to fail to do its ffOTICK OP APPLtOATIOV FOR TAX of May A D 1007. -

ondlJ bJ telephone of a d\1ty. .. DEED UNDER SECTION S OK CHAPTER between the 'legal hours of sale! of said OF APPUCATIOV :n>I"tAX' {

!oodbont mad han. .torm. which Tlill U ),"ou are sick or feel badly," begin 888. LAWS OF IT0HIDA day before the court home door at DICED UNDER SECTION B OF CHAPTER.'

afternoon l>r. Gainesville )Florida to the highest 4904. LAWS FLORIDA
JseksontlUe Thursday taking the great 'kidney remedy, Notice tsfcerebr riven that Stuart IIotohklBB.purcb OF
: 2 to 3 o'cloek. which, Kilmer's Swamp-Root because as noon I .,hr of Tsx Cartlttoat "' 0.MM dated and best bidder therefor for cash Notice ts hereby niece that A. F. .W*ft...
tiDIt from kidneys are Mell they will. help the ant day of April. A. D lima baa the following dl'tMlb.dnd.! towitl purchaser of Tat C,ntutoa'* No. 8TI.
U.1I kinds of destruction toroperty e.9 :your A trial tiled 'said oertlrloate In my ot'll.oo. and Lot H. ,in the Town of I/Ogse dated the Sib day of JulA l> 1WJ3
roD the death of twortOo' nil the other organs to healtb. baa made application for tax deed to lave filed said oertitloat in tus ofttoe: and baa'
Bd.caused will convince m>.one.It in accordance with law Said oertlftoate em' lying and being: In Section 34. Town. mad pplloatloa! for tan deed to issue laaootirdane '

white man and a negro* the are sick )'ou can make no mistake braces the followlnv deatytbed property altu ehlp .eo.eo. South of Kance nineteen with law Said certltioat* *n>-
you aced la AUcbua county Stories, tow ItW : braoes the following described ,
1ddl1e *. I East and situate in .Alschua. rot>erty all
Unes of whom could not be learned by first doctoring sour > 1.s of He 1-4 of Nw 1.. fcnfo St. Tp. 10 S. county, Mated In Alaohua oounty. Florida. bolt .:
also rIle mild"and the extraordinary effect of R. 1ft-M acres. Florida Iot. S. 4. 5 and KW of Lot T. and Lots U. IS, y'IR
sversl persons were l.rlooll.ln- Dr. :nmer'. Swamp-Root the great The said land belcur e.a ie'aed at the date of The same levied upon as the prop. 14 and WVk"' of Lot II. and tots ft sod 87 aDd

fled. remedy, is soort realized. Jt the tMuiDco of Auob oertiiloate la the name otUnknown arty of the said D. I'. Chester, aud to NH or toe sand Lots O 9. and 31. 8eo. lOt
kidney Tpto a., tiThe I.
Tb. report stales that great lumpsfiullfelleoveringthe stands the highest: for its wonderful cures Unless said eerUfleate aball be redeemed ao be sold to satisfy said execution and .\\\.I land betnir amened at the date of

L streets at a o! the(J1105t kiistrenium caBes.jaijdJs sold cording to law tex deed will issue thereon on costs, the la.uaneeuf such certt9oat ta tb* name
the lush day of Mar, A, D. I9O7Wltne This April 2nd 1P07. of 'F!., Commercial Co
fepthof lx Inches. 011 {lit merits bv all ,. 'a my omoial aiirnaturer and seal tbU Unlitaa said uerUuoat..ball b* redeemed ao*
druggietinfifty-Ceilt: ,::.. : tile !6U>day of April. A"1). iwt T L.V.. FKVNELt. cord loir to law' tax deed UO tbereoa. on
Bonn became frightened and ran and onelotlar size ... '!If'boll1ea. S. H AVIEKOBH Sheriff of Alaehua county Fl.trtda. tbsetbday of April, A: ;;'U-7: .

their drivers violently # .. t"o.. Pd Clerk drools" Court Ataobua_Co. J-la. OWEN &: RoTAtt and T It. htLis; JR., Witness any omelet aurnature aid a..tbJ.*
.ij. throwing b Vou may the nod day of Marob A. D. '1007t v
it the ground and causing Injury.: In hate sample bottle ??...?.?r.aap.n-c./ NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX Attorneys fo* PlaintiffFOBECLOSURB *. It, IENOES, ,
pa Clerk CIroult Court Alaobua Oo. lola.
mall free aIM a pamphlet telling t
rfnhtnsReable ,
having become by DEED UNDER SECTION or CHAPTER ,
nerdlnt.neel. OF
find out if you Itave kulnev Of
hOw to
'888. LAWS or
the river
horses ran into I bladder trouble Mention this paper the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial Ctr NOTICE OP AITMCATIOH FOR TAX

[,ailing their vehicles behind them, I Alien writing} to Df Kilmer & Co.. Hing- purchaser Notloe Is of hereby Tax Certlfloate given that No E.AO.E.dated Cannon.the putt--I" Cbab of Florida.<<'erY-Mra.In and Tootle for Alaobua H btourerorTerry County .: IlRCD UNDER SECTION 5 OF CHAPTER

ad were drowned. I hamton. N\:. T)ou't make any mistake Stb day of May A. I). I8M4, ha Ul. tD.\.

but.remember tbe name Swamp-Root, in my office, and ban made application and Marshall O Terry. her husband, gone Notice la hereby al,.." that S. F, tYLISA.
Dixieland Theater Gone. TT. Kilmer's Swamp Root, and the address law for bald tax deed certificate toI.suein! embraces accordance the with following plalnants. "* Cbaa. \V. White *t aU JD*> purchaser Tax CertlQoat No. $T*, dated
f endactt-Foreclosure of Mortgage.It the Mb of July A. i.1.907, bas pled said
bottle.A .
N.Y. on every
the magnlfloent.Dixieland situated In Alaobuacounts.
said that Binghamton, !! inoperty .
It was
'. Florida. towltbw U ordered that the defendants lIeNOlonam..d. oertlttoat In my colas und has mad aepUoa*
Park together with the the. I 4 and $w loot S* 1-4 Soo. .10 Tp. '9>> SOl who are non'residents of the Jntat of tlontor tacdeed to Issue In sooordans with
law said certificate embrace the
R. 19-400 Florida, '0..1TDe. : Travellers Insurane fotlowttur
located acres.
kttr and other buildings, DELIGHTFUL AFFAIR., The said land befog _MOd at the date of I Company a c.oorporatlonlQch'r Urn law. of de"tl.tI'Ol'.r'J' situat*! In Alaobua oouo-

[ the river and recently corn- the isnuanoe or auob certificate In the name Connecticut, rr'''dia in the city of liar if ard, ty Lot Florida, towlt>: .
iron : 5T Drove ) srk p
Connecticut Harold Fowler. Duro
\V. 1.tateof ;
Jobs Hurroughs
fitted completely demolished.! of Fowler. OtwaM Fowler The said t land being assessed at the data of
was : Mr. W. M. Johnson Entertained, In Unless said oerUtloate shall be redeemed thy l"owleAIlO. in
the litiMianoo of such certificate the name of
01 the finest amusement ao- ordlnir to lea tax deed will issue tbereonon and Krlo Anderson Fowler!! residents at No 00l.asbOStb
1 wat one the sotbdsy of May. A D 1907. street In the city and Mtste of New Unknown
Honor of Her Sister Miss Walls.
Unless Bald eertlfloat shall b* redeemed a.Coaling .-
Booth costing large fecal tills York Eleanor lte'Wlnabet her husband, Kd
.sorts in the \% Itnenn my offtolal alvnature and ; deed, will Issue
law ttx
ta tbrreonontbe
1>. l > ward S. Hewitt residents. at No. tut, North
the 16th day of April, A, 7
bimi of money. The elegant building, One of the most delightful social H, H WIKVGBR. Peraotui avenue J-lusbloir, Stst of New Etb day Of Apru..t. U. tw/T.

If the Wheelmen's Olob is also said to events l given in this city for sometime pd _Clerk._ --Olroutt- -Court-Alaobua. Oo\--l i.. bowler York; ,that Itobert Wen kowler Fowler I Arthur ants Emily Andaman An- the Witness find day my of omelet Msreb, A.aUnatur.U. twrl and seal tbia '

hire been destroyed va.s the card party tendered by M". demon Fowler, In their own right and All eeoutrlx II wistNanS.Nd .
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX I and executors of the last will of Anderson Clerk< ClroQ11 Cour Alaobua Co. Fla.
"VV" M. John.onednelda, evening in DEED UNDER SECTION 8 OP CHAPTER Fowler deceased. resident at No. rat East!: ---. .

The News From Arno. honor of her sister ,Miss Julia Walls, 481$. LAWS OF FLORIDA. sth that street Chas I.tV"b' b. a tat resident ot New of York the State; and NOTICE Or APPLICATION FOR TAX f"

Arno April 17.-We had a white, otVII.oQ, N.; 0., who, I. visiting here Notice" hereby given '\h.t..Jofell"Olle Mannlsuturina of Florida and wbo baa been al)aena from said UEtO) : UNDER SECTION S Or CUAFTKI4 ,
Oompanl. purchases of Tax Certtfl State more than sixty days prior to the fides LAWS Or FIXW1DANotlo .
hoit and some ice here Monday morn. for the season. care No. Iz5, dated the Ted day of May, of bill b* and they lire hereby required to so'pear 481.
A noticeable feature of this occasion A. D. fwd, have Bl.d aald oertlUoat In my to the lUll of llomplalnt In this caus. on \.. hereby (Iron that Mnlrna Mann
geauilng considerable damage torn offloe. and bar aide aupileatlon for tax deedto or before Monday. the dth dry of May. IIKI7.It aoturlntf Ouwpany, purchasers of Pas Certificate
cotton and all tender plant.-the vas' the decorations, the scheme of ".lIe'n aoeordano with law Sand oertlfl- la further ordered that a copy of this order No SWI. da,1tIthlt 4tb dy' of Jul.. A. l\
eat embraces the following described i>roprty > be published once a week for four eon l'*>4. base filed! sell eertinoale Day nma,and
oldest weather we hate teen (la April which was pink. Fragrant pink roses situated In Alaobua county }9orktato. seeuttv weeks' In Tb* Oalns"lll. bun a bar made ariMlostlon for tea deed ta issue taae

is adorned tbe rooms and 'the guest of wit: .ew."a-er tMbllsed la aald county sod au a.... ord.noA with Uw Hsld sritao.te em-
|a thirteen yean The peach crop s W I.. of Nw t.4 !3eo.. 19, Tp. S 8.. 1C SI-40 Tilts with day ot Narob. $5). ;. braves the following. described propertj situ
life and will be good.<< The acreage in honor was gowned in a magnificent e 8. U. WIEVOFS: aced I In Alachtia county l<*l: rtaa to wit.NwHof .'
; The said land belrur assessed at the date of Clerk Circuit Oourt, Ala h\la Co.. *'i*. dale Hog IT Tp H.. ft. tl-*J 0a
'ottOD Is largely Increasing. We hare pink costume, making a very pretty the Infiiiance of such certlttcste la the name A true oopy of originalS aorvs.
tfect. of 'V H. TiUls. ( alj \\IKNCJFS.: Clerk) Tin said land bln,, **..-t vii lbe date or
holy of moisture far the pre.entD Ulllftflt Skid oertl.cite. shall be redeemed a- O T: OnEK.V. Complainants' tsoltottor.NOTIOS lb. isuano of snob ovrfriHoal, In th* name
hll Immediate vicinity. In the receiving line were I>r, and cording to law tax deed will Issue thereon OB of Gllswwrth Trust Oo
the SOibday of Mar.A I*. 190?. FOR PUULl ATIOol. Union aald eo"'I'It"a shall be ..*....m. Mn Fannie Fincher of Fort Worth. Mrs. Johnson, Mr. and ?trl. L. O. Witness toy om' ial a1 nature and Ie al this aooordln lo law, tax deed will tasu brOQ '

F. Beaton and Miss Walls. the Uth dsy of Apru, a lAnd Onto at OalnesvUl *!*,, on the 4th day nf May, A O 117WltnM .
THS is viiiting her siiier, Mrs P. .
H. WIJ.1NOES. April I. Ittt)? tor otnolal al"nstur. and seal ,ttt.
icndmon. Mrs. D. A.. Ogletree Progressive whist was the game. pd Clerk Circuit Court Alaohua Co.. Fla. Notice Is hereby given that In compliant ,be aid day' of A|>fU. .. 1). II.tfH .
with 'be'o"l..ton.. of the sot of Congress of H WIENQKH
nether sister who has been with, Mrs. There were, ten tables, and those who, June IS7H, entitled "An act for the sale of pj Clerk\ Clroull Court Alaobua Co. Via.Noncn ,
demonstrated their KOTICK! OF APPLICATION timber land in the Htatea of California' Or- . . .. .. ._.. .
i surrounded them -- - ----
end.noD for four years, will aecom DEED UNDER SECTION Or ClIAtTER4S8S. iron Nevada. firxl Wh htn u>n Territory"' as

say Mri Fincher back to Text*. Ability as pb,,,,.. LAWS OF FLORIDA. extended to all. the i-u; U j land Misses, by sot or APPLICATION ron TAX
of Au>ut4' il. William H Hares of Tyler DEED UNDER 8KOTION I or .IIAITKU
Mri Pierton and :Min Leslie May of After delicious refreshments "oil Ire Nottc i"orb.rxbtttt: that K W. HllHcan. i'Ountyef Alaohua. Stales: ? Florida, has tits ttI"-"- LAWS or FLOIUDAKotlo .
No K sl l sod I+M. mn. hi .teIemeat No.tMt4 .
Cation and cake .served the day tiled In this' sworn
were guest
were rinding their mother, cream dated the tad da" of July. A. D. I**.*bss filed for the purrhaw of the N I l-aof N* 14 of la hereby rises that ,.. K Walt.
!1.11. M flay Sunday.P were ushered into the dining-room( aid certificates In my olAe. and has mad application tloa No. 4 In'iownonlii No WH tUo *N>>. r>wr baf>r ur 'fas OrtlHoste No SJ. f d
for tax deed to Itwue In acnordancewitb r.e'1.:.. and will oT.r to -)ow that the thestOdsvot Jute, A. D. IMtf. has tiled aakjea
r Henderson leffTuesday morn where they were greeted by a bean law. Bald *rtincat*' *ml>rao* tha follow land sought U wore alu.bI.; fur Its tlmur or rtlonl* In tut offl,*. and has mad sppll a-

| la for Gainesville to attend the Prestrtery .. tlful sight In the center of the table ice deM rl"ed uroi>eny 'lIaea la Alaobua. atone than for asrrloultural' 1"1-. and to lion the tax [ count. Florida towlt: *atai>ll.U hit claim tu said land before lte.'lstr held to.nlft".L8 inhrs.i..* the following
ai a representative' of the High was a large cake and from the chandelier N w I" of N w 1-4 ant Ne I.4 of S w 1-4 Sac. and ac".I.,.,. *t Uslnstli' Etc. oo loursoar d*>M>rlb*>ft roprir situated la Alaobua eouot -
TP 8. K.fl-40acr*.. lue Bin day of June, iwufUK Fkatds.Iowli:
Spring* Presbyterian Church. above were ,streamers of pink : |.4<< of N* 1-4 hoc: 3. Tp. S B. 1C tl-40 I names as wttns *s: iu>w 1r Plenty O. ate SJ and 1 i. limes lrh

Mn Atwater and three children ribbon} extending to each corner of ...rf'1L f*. "".1-". L. J. oulon T. P. aU Q( The acid land befog MMMMMM! at the Aat. of
Maid laud bear SMesMid at tbe date ot the 'rylet, Fla. th"tsauansee of web l eerllaoeIe in the same
ere pleasant visitors at the home of the table. Twenty pink candles, tied. Iwuane ut such rertmnate la tb* names of Any and ill persons cla'mlorf adversely the of Nsthaa ure**.
J. I'. Henry and Unknown. sboTd..orb d lands are requested to ills I Unisys as>ld oerUteate ahati b* redeemed**
Jrs. F P. Henderson yesterday with bows of the same shade, were set Unless said eertlnoaies h.a11. be redeemed their. ol.1m'n this "mo* on or hefure said tttlipi eordtng to law, tai deed will were tbroo ontbAthda.y

Htt, E, T AileD filled his regular About the table making a, most striking ; aeeordlmf so law, tax deed will issue tbereoaon dayof .I110C. 1"11. at Afrti. A W. IW, ?
the 1st day of May A t). IWI7.Witnem HENRY H Oil C Hit. "Ia..r. Witness my omolat aUrnatur atwt seal tat*
.t>Dolnim ot last Sunday a* the Forest effect.. r my omcisl als-natur and seal this th*4in4 .l.r of ....ra.. A. It Mit
fotseaiirQh! the .11.11 dU uf Jd..ub. A. { PETITION JTOK ILKOTION. M. u vviicwor
He administered the The guests were Jnvited to cut theeake. D.u90iVI1CNOERpd |4 Clerk ClrouJt Court Alaabua Co.. ri(*

"I communion! lie gave the broad Miss Walls, ,fie guest, of honor, Clerk Circuit Court Aiaosua Co FU To th* Honor'at.1 Ioatd At I"Wt* IttatruetfJawt __ ___ _
nptnrsl invltntfftn fo (he' Lord's ta- wt Al"'esiia Couotr. **'., I NOTICE Of" FOR TAX '

!le "Lee.' Man Examine Himself taking the first site*. The ring was NOTICE OF ArPLICATIOJ FOR TAX the .ndris>**d *ot r* and tair- >arrsrasldioa1 DKKII: VND APLLCATION! or C1 HA ITEM

!ICS oUt Him hat" ,and Baptists. out by Miss' Dorothy Wagner the dime DEED ONDER BICCTION\ !: H OF CHAPTER .territory la lslrloar the Tseunua to ..."ome Mprlal a part tM.M-et tbrof end, i .M.. LAWH OF FLr>RI A. "

*.Jodiets and& Pr-sbyteriane all sat Miss Strlngfellow and 4.*! l. LAWS or FLOIUDA.Notle betty sloe-
by Marguerite petition fort bonnralti to wall a a Notice I* hereby alas( that F.. Vf. MIMaad.
tths Lord's table together remindfn that 1C P. Tximpkla lion in accordant with' ; tb* law and at tin I ( Tsxs Hn > dater
tbe silver thimble by O. Henry Davis. I* hereby vltren purchaser o t i.rude.|-* W l.
.* one of the coming rotll}nlam. ftUJ'Oh_.. of Tax Certifleat Ko. J\3I). Ostwdtbe aoeepiaM" tu roura*!*:*.said for the tninwia'. of I the 4tu day or July, A, I*. IIOM, hs mud is
In aU, the affair was quite a success, U> day of July rhaixrln the boundary i rrHor y andfor _lot eerttfloata in my wftta*. and has mad ap
grid baaaimadeWst.Vtioss': the .l..U...n of trustees, *tiA tb*
thoroughly enjoyed by thdi* eertlflaat* la my omo.: lbrSa. : W..UOA for taw d4 to .*.*"'. fn *e.ordaa '
Cured of a.adras sloe Cor taKded W Issue io aooordane with port**** of aaoiintf tn :body rmbootr1e. with law. Maid vrtMft enbrae s in* fot 1
RheumstUm to be .,. ,1:10.1.: embra* the followingdsseHbed \\ stttlton four boftoraba to t darit tuatedin AUWhuaeotintr.
who bad,the good fortune present law. hatd iJ *tl)0 osiers)
(e.. dUttlcl the following se4 trrVlorr :
Mr, Wm Henry of Chattanooga property situated la AUtohua oavn .....U. r>.. i ail. IS M sod 14 and. I tiorVa town
IY. 1I18rl4a.Cwl" tOwlt: 5 i.i ol Nw i.4 tree a. Tp M.. n. .lu).,
|f*... bad rheumatism In his left arm. .1:: ....r w t.t 5... .. 'Tp. S R.. K. n-fO fcH 19sl nt.O t fractions*. lions S and of ft*lo,ttanse Township'7and II,.,.T jlanjr*w: : inrea f
Tn aaiii land b-l l* aasasrd at the date *
ITfcs strength teemed to have goneeta A Delightful Musical Tb* atd land belnlf4. at toe date of snip IIRaDK. SU East ..!'<> all of tx>l. f .o4i 1Of the .issuance. of sash. "*rtu o.t* ta the same*l'

of the tnosates that it The column of The Times. lIe: tMDSEHjwof sub ..rtiaoat* In tb* Ham t: tsar greet.l. f M. Otratt. If t Row Abe Sanders,
so ) was Die- society Ultimate i c tt ChasalMnrila *** Voles.said so'
'lair for work," he say.. "I applied value of Thursday contains the fol. of Unless tf.;amid erU& st*>ah..n. be rc>d** je t .*.- b Chstberftn rur. J. A,. M Nm.reon.4, W.V Jam,***..11.01.00... >*...*. J M W.N. .ordla to law, ta:tf*:"t will r:1 AetesO .a
Ct4mberi1tu'4 ordliur to law tax deed wU .suns "b roi v* tb* snide y of fiatA U till.Witness .
Pain, Balm and wrapped lowing, which will, prove of Interest to the .tb day of Msy. A 0 tfnWltu Cbambs-rtln. tMUltUm .11.. lay ofnelal .tl.stsre end sal Iota
tb.5rm .::1, flannel and to Sun the being .SM my orOAtel ''siur*' and seal tbjsCterttCtrentt Noss-Tb. stares w .OrA..4Ibua talR '
The parties Public
*t iiUbt, mJ'rtI..d readers of eta to tb' IVxird of Inatnu > It' ,.
be 1r4.d. of
If, Uld that the pain gradually former residents and well, known heret"Toesday 4tvcd. A./t:?WIEf0Y,9.pd',. Florida. atM n*.Ucif la IKI held oe pd CMrb_CTHrewlt Cout AlscVua'oo..'ru.
Mar f. 11tt7f _
its Court Ala b ua Co.= FU.MtAt -
11)e ard the la April 16 at the .
strength returned. evening, NOTICE or AltnJCATlOK 70H TAX
sir. l JCLROnOK.' '
w..1tsh.* rheamatUm bad die. home of Mrs. Charles E. Darsey, Deli 2-TITK0If, FOR J.LtCTIOJ'f.: a.rnTlON* PCEU: uKPKH: CJiQTIONa or CIIAPTEH4w Ir

S'>*rrd and ha. not since) returned." Hubbard- street a very delightful I *of*1midaAUafaua County.o To the Hoard of Partite tntrtN>toAWe. > +' LAW or rtxmi Athat.
[ 55. foaM of 1'a0ire .satrvettont the ondcrotiraed eitu***, i> ll4otiHo Vr
ti Irr.Qt; 'd wl.b' raeomatttm try a few musicals- was' given by the pupils of I i was. tli* urdyrugsed tasprra and voters nr to '.-**..>Miiik k ..>*..iai **n*>< l tf U'I 1\164" is "tebv' if'.. *.....",.I 'I'.e...... ;y
"trite i F la the KU. 55. t Pain n'dw.' You are MUs Mary White Itedmood. After .. baorbl b.d esU aa eleeUoii In aowrfl* foUowto frrltorr I .a tl>. lad day of J",>y. A. U, f\VI ba*
wnsis -. *n i numbers I .ass with the law. and at a (tine suit*Me loyowr >>* iuons u. t* 9*, t*. P. 5. 7a, W Tin. N. R. 1114 said .*rvi .fft. .Jw. my om**, a4. b-
plead with. the relief the rendition of enjoyable '. bsetlorsIsiaw.a0.111.toTt rude a t u..atl i itleh lm>. to set. no tb* *roaU.* of Itp** ilt tkotiae I a M Tp 1C *:
s;I 1R ,."t Kr saVby all drugoetiaaatwetit blob reflected great credit' upon the i eiM Tax Dt.rkend the ev > ser nf MflMn be :. q. K.: IS.rro _",s-dau. with for. s>*bt *.rt1fl . *_
ll'tl.. .., I**(..|. u. cnubra tb* 'oWQw&.r 4ouribedurftorl O. ... *> J L "u...... A. JT F *tar.J 5,u. she fotlmw; dnf1414 Vroimrtr et.....
.... :, an Interesting contest followed. eowi%. |.**, W A "oct...... \\'110- Thins*. U, alas I*. Alanhua .fN.-\. r'twbt., lusts;
JD offered for the one J t..elluq.25.33,*4. tV t. ft 14 K.: Sections S, > KpwarF U Jon#. 4. W..too.. W A. Mr* <.. | of He M S_. e.. Tp WM. 14: 17 i
'aA prlc wa C. L s ... at}..$ aD4 t west to>MM a rtr.I t. If A. Ward., A. lrrt ... T mvsl/1 land txUntr -.vied a' se dale Of v
who could recognize and write the N'Tt H of t*. ."-. IT TV C. K. l. K r : M. M.> H. O Mw odr. J*. 1C MlM.*a. A I.Itn&W tea**%..*. *ol MI (p.rti0.*t* in .tt. name v
I' t 1 U N. tt barn.. of twenty-one aora&osers whose f *r f. J. f4oestb.'I''' F. Owen. *. J. L. "' ....nuo. Eteteber. K K Ltormfr. ad : C CMsrUA. . .. said *.rttA..... siisa b* redeems
framed and cumbered. 0, W. Hoftvn- A Caktna.'u.. A. HoW,.*. A r. ] W K, Had*. M 4. ,..-|- MOardlsVp lw<. ** d.*d will {MO* ihre...
portraits were ItAMrt, J. W **** Wits..p.arodte/.l U IT.Mr .
When the papers were examined It Itois-h jllt'iIi1T- 5.01 .-.nW041 Nora 'r.e abe*, t>*UU to to* ot.f'd of t"wJ: : *t" was found to be a tie between Ml. +, MMt ro.... *,OM: d.. a tiN -.uo. (oar b.d ..1 roust r. re wide. *i tee .A....JnsT.,. to b* aM o. Albbos ,
t..r Cirri Clr. Court Fla n
olt Co .
Laura Hrownfield and Mlee AnasTcnfnberjr. i .'.II' sw !I Hat. _Ua.._I11Mr7 .. ___ __ .. _.
--- --- __ _. .. ,,, . ,, J rr
who drew for a beautifully APPUCATJO rOB PIS/CHAROE.

framed picture of six:: favorite' ".U*. <.bursar elves sb.t I. T** v. Porv ..
fAO.SEEDCO ..... seeulur 01 .Ae lees w/li aM teNsma5
classic composer, and Mis Anna .t i r'f>e" H. ..- .r. d.o..-s.l. wit .pf4* b
; Ste ilosevrMi. H O. MAS *. CcM *tr Jwdc*
is t
Teutenberg woo. _.
std for Ala s>u* oasHV. FiorM*. alileg
'Mrs BrownQeU assisted Mrs. i'robsa. a4s MMMilMaftwr bras hereof.J-
: I If 5sal duleheraC from soy sM. "** *** ACttiANReSe
pors.r In serving delicious refresh Dealers !I. rnt.D... that I. ** av**a es***U r. atH 9 t**- with .w0r"y,55e v ILL' ..o..abayse
r -..&& to the papUa and patrons," f tu.nJJt-'t $1GE11. sM Cee.atJs.res *!y. *r* of wjr O ads.a.r. ssenaavt. t.wma.
far .al*.nv*-.. ." ac"t 90.4 rya. vrM ..u.i y, nMreMOfotef
5)51.4 iS1s flada a.rT/ u .AitiT { nd+.. 'V.. 4 w it
1 Rt:1I0UjoJE"fI'E"hoe14 Whooplpg; Cou<;h. ;i-P .cia..1ti, _.= i fEttEtaetoy -Y ,_ aa1e1'n n.r atwO .
Law win
.. ; bay air at sa4 Tataias4 edw.brs vies.e usa.*,f .e se.oo'00 a.

I-NULL SELI'-HUTUtJ i .PUT.a. .. I have need Cfcambertala't Cough K.dy; Tee4 Caalalap5. H. saner ttn"wswLstaTiCL .. eawa .use 00.l.rawy5 ;rtOpe

: Z..kal..t Pttt 1oaL, 2t Remedy la my fsniy fa sss of : J....,.,.. ArlJact-t& fl $.pfse c.. I W+AauMCTOM.see Y..test D.ofneef Q. ,

44 ,...;,. 'wMopte cooeu.. **4 wo to tell jots e.tadsaes. !' .:: bOYW :t:=::a- esIeeuteeaaAmi.
eir10te ,
"' ii.ESati. .' t.. boot dlas X t.v* ever IwK1't.w. a ;:;
that H to tl wee.f II .' ..-.... of

We .. .. v. Oipatrf'a5.a.pia. n.I as.nset.t ;". w. ..u.5ins.wbowee.veesad _
...., -
as lAS fso trim ot ... (;Ir.....
101 elihtft aM ...... ... lye sass.n"lfitA.lllbrtteJ. I -11&:.e Ae.ees.e.ousr5., .... ltd r.A'Ito,. .,

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"- Mrs. J. F. Bunch returned yesterdayfrom For
OF CITY AND'COUNTYJONDENSED Ft. White where she haa bn on ply to

a vttt to ner parenti,-C.ptain ana Mra.

T. O. stet" : o. .

J. J. Smith of Wade was In the city

Thursday Mr. Smith it an expert, at For

General Interest Gathered making ax handles and owns aDd op and <<
ters; of erates a small faotory at that p'a' .. Apply

by Oar JUporterti Albert Mc&wen of Loohloo.. was' / In W.

,the city( TburlcJ J. He was en route one of : :
IRSONAL AND SOCIAl ITEMS to Starke, where he has ,accepted a lucrative the> : ;; i
position and where he will In I F1lda :1;

tHai Happen.dand What l rs Going future reside.Remember. I

Happen Told In Short Paragraphs A. M. Dlckjon, the ...... <

t. "fcs> Who Runs May Readafc broker when .to the market. for gro-.. Otter 1 ,
That ,
S. 1" \
series hay,grain and feed-stuff. Save .. ; :
The Sun. money and time. Write or' 'phone me. 31. :
DaUll Sort. : ; ,
rom IWdall'a Sltss Both long'dlstance'phones. ored .;,
and daoRht'r;
rjlibi weVeehoppng? I In the city from Robert KcOlellnn.. A. M. Ooshman city '
( and, Qefttain J.. W. Blandiog have re .u *
(Tjiliiton yesterday. turned front 8t. Petersburg, where
Fancy Eggs For BeulpV"llte." .and they have been in attendance at the P '
Bred Plymouth Rock andWyandotte session of the Grand Lodge of Odd

1 sale, Pore breed. W. D. Fagan. Fellows a day

H. J. Harvey and E. Cook of Wajdo Judge Moat and wife of 'Vaat1n tontwhet d
"ere fa< the city Thursday on business have been in this city( for the past r
OAD.eted with the Ooonty Tax, Asei few days,have returned to their home. ;a

or'i office. -+ here for several .
They were winter visitors
)Jn.[ John Fennell of Melrose. whoa years, and have many friends In days
.been here for the put few days on this section

,visit to Mr aDd lire L. W.. Fennell. John Knighton of Tyler was Ih the The
,'ti returned to her home. business connected
Thursday on
city little
The horse of Claude Brewer
or.\ Peasant! and West Ooort street, lloqolshlng a homestead which he declared . eondl ,

.bent improved 10 appearance bF--'a was useless, on account of beIng ;\
bens application of paint. overflowed.

M, S. Lanler formerly ot4Tewberry: \v. J. Hodge and Frank Thomas, two : five ? i '
bare he has resided for several years, well known and popular cttlsena of ;'$

bat for the past two yeara making j: his Alachoa, were in the city .Thursday, ?
Is In the city. He Iso .
one In Miami having borne on business connected '
roots to Newberry. where he has with the offlcea of the tax collectorand '
Interests to look after. :
business .
oms tax assessorWorkmen
condition of W. E. Dow, who and '
The In replacing
are engaged :
rasitrieken with paralysis on Monday the barn of E. Baird, destroyed by fire :

.fltrnoon! ,seems little changed. While a few weeks ago. This was one of the
.patient seems to be weaker his most modern buildings- Us kind In Mr.

''rwodi state that he has better'eonrolof the city, and It Is the purpose of Mr. ly'of

; himself, which Is gratifying Information. Baird replace It with one equally as three

T B Ellis, 8r, has returned from N. Elsenber of Savannah Is 'In theclt.r. They.

Mieanopy, where he went on a buslHI '. Mr. Elsenberg has been for
trip. Mr. Ellis represents a of .
years the Florida and Sooth Georgia
utoll life I Insurance aasoeiationand- representative of Onstave Eckstein & and
nt to take proof of the death of
Co., wholesale dry goods and notions.Savannah .
;to. 0 Cloveraettle a member re* friends to
Ua. He has many
;ent1* deceased. throughout the State. '

J, P Frle of Archer,proprietor of the For Sate Cheap-Five-room house house

UagDolia Hotel one of.. the most and good barn | one acre good vegetable Wade
opaltrhoitelrles} In the State returned were ,
land. with.good' fences, on T. V J.
to his home yesterday, after a : '
milch with
R. R. ; two good cows
booplsof days spent hereIn attend calves ; three yearling Cheap for sor's 1"J'I / ,
net epos: the session of the Pre.btff ,- cash MOW Apply to Mrs. ,Geo. Clover- : .
ot Sawaonee FJa. iav* ,
m settler Box 120 Mloanopy. I
Among the prominent visitors to this Ru... .
J. D. Falcon for the past year the ,
tiiyThortday waa Attorney A.L. Hum I
at the plant of I
buys of Live Oak, who was here onrofeulonal efficient Wm ,
basiness. Mr. Hum-, the Eddins Manufacturing Company store << : ,
has gone to Jacksonville, where he has '
bull formerly resided at High I' W.
similar with the
f-pnngf, where he practiced his profession accepted a position i city .
Mr. Watson ie a
Pure Oil Company '
ion has many friends in this see ago <
of excellent qualities, and
ton; young man Jure|
has made many friends here, .who" re* i
Oorbett, who was Injured in his ax, '
(eft hip by falling at a mill 'In this city gretted very much to see him leave. I ly to '
few dill ago, which confined him topi They: will wish him success In his new tlon. *

bed, has sufficiently recovered to home, however. Mr. Fatson has prom. '

s Upon the street again. Mr Cor bed to return to see his friends C here over / .

*U hid a narrow escape from a sent.o once in a while. ,
$ leol1eal,and his friends COD grato- From Sunday Daily Sun train
|ate him that It was no worse J. J Hraltlrof, Dutton. was In the'city : .

L 0. Conklin and family bare ar Friday. .' : rnal '

nd In the city from Tarboro N. O., F'. S. Carl of Archer was in the city .
-II 'lll make this their future home. yesterday ,

Conklio has accepted a position John Holt of Newberry was tradingIn west '
"*. PhiUr Bros, as cashier and assist the city Friday. gyps '

ntbook-keeper, and will be'connect Blank leases for sale at,this officePrice42 i :>> .'
the banking department as
per hundred.W. 1 .
i* sa it ia established which will be i .
Vwt May 1 S. Oat-en. Jr., was la the city Any ..
WIHeford Friday.R. .
I from '
Gardiner of Windsor, On..
h pi rebated E. Arnow of Mlcanopy' was among ( << "+
the Burton>> borne Inonll .
this city yesterday.Merrill .
Galneavllle several months ago the visitors to ,

a3 hat stage( been occupying same, D. Wilcox of WIlco: spent e '
[" turned to his Canadian home for yesterday with friends In this city. '

M "a ner, Upon his return booth Miss Elisabeth Tucker of Rochelle Mrs. ,'
-U1 be accompanied by his family was shopping In the city yesterday find (
Z'teal,. make their future home here, J. J. llaymaps of"pDd- "
treha.GanS"Det. II well pleased with| his lag: Sunday with his family lo this Dr. i

el&,. I' .'
Datfy Sun.
*r H. M. Sheroose of Mlcanopy was, << :.
and Xlra, J L.
MedJIn have
gone those who spent Friday In
Meredith for a day or two. among .. '
r. B. '
of Evinstpn
was trans* II. H. $(okes of Mlcanopy was among they .
If.1I1'.. a.illeJI In this city Thursday.'. those who spent yesterday. In this city I| ,
W 3:>> Hancock: Tampa is -InI on business .

U4.rtoa el'" a,tnest Of her father O. W. J. A. J. Strickland of Hague wa !... .

among those who came to Gaintsvlll ) .
odtrey, cashier of the. Bank trading yesterday.For .
.cach. I
w. a businese l '
visitor to
Lin tickets.
1IIhJ Sale-'Two Clyde ,
yesterday. Jacksonville to New York and return ".a << .
and mortgage deeds for Apply at this office. and
alUaleoale. .
Fifty aeats do.
per Beddlek left yesterday for
st 4.oo per hand Mrs ; .. '
1... L High Spring, where she- will visit lIIed [ l
a.. R.IR TOW.MD4, progressive friends for a few days. +r
was among these who j. R. Z.trotter of Roehelle wa +
this city on bnsU among; those who #am. to the county << ..

I capital oo business Friday. '
ewdUto. of W. K. Dow were .
U impreve4 last w1'whieif was will W. C. Hague sad J. U. Kit, two ;J. .

tvattfyl.g laformMloA lo his well known citlseas of Hague, were ..,
s.Bn trading la the city yesterday.T. ) .

,game Z. JItN4. M, Venable of Arredoado, II. L. Jao,. .
ad o.ti Ofail.
RoMBberger of JCIrkwood wad Perry p... : < :
a 9. :Bms: .y of Wasoot wets visitor* aJ. 1 : >
till MM /'o afty s 9ltt ys.tsHa*., J"'


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