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Title: The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Twice-a-week sun
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
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Publication Date: April 29, 1907
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).
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Other version: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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VqL. XXVI., KO. 78 I L' GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, : MONDAY, APRIL 29,. 1907 ONE; DOLLAR A Y-

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HIGH SPRINGS HAPPENINGS. the Senate and the Senate bin were 1 -

/' I WHAT JAMESTOWN . CONE RESOLUTION . referred to the proper committees. HUGE : OF. COTTON

Many Social' Events In ,that City. Senate bill No. 272, creating a county .

y i;: EXPOSITION! OPENEDNav1.s ,Note of Personal' Interest A LOST 'MEASU8EWas E court for Lafayette county; ., was TIES( ADVANCEDSteel

High Spring, April '21- The 500'" paned under waiver- of rules, yeas JS
Club met with Airs. In:; K. Andersoc '42, nays 0.

of the "World Drop Their on the evening ot April 25. Mrs. H. Snowed Under Beautifully :Mr. Wllaon of Herna>5do. moved: a '
McL. Qrady won the. ladles' price waiver of rules and that Senate bill 'Cambinatjon! ,: } is Puttltg

Anchors. at Norfolk. and :Mr Roy Frink, the gentlemaa'i by House, Friday NO' 113, requiring teacher summer ,"Screws
the
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on
South.
: " prize. t training schools, a companion bill top

c PI R,*..ID NT OPENBD BXERCIftCS Mr. and Mr*. J. E. Vacate and lit CARDS WERE WELL PLAYED. House bill No. 80, be passed without

-' tie daughter Abigail, have recently : ,k being placed on the calendar. Agreedto TCN CENTS PER BUNDLE A&OEO\
and oa final passage the bill received
visited friends in this
city. Theti
But the Resolution' Did Not Have Surf I.
:*.... Naval Display In the Harbor, many friend. w are delighted to ae' ,., 23 affirmative and 12 negative .'Year'the .
dent Friends' to Perfect Its. PassageOther ,, It'wilt This Farmer Mutt
r :the Military pag.ant on the Parade them They are now la OainesvIIle votes now go to the Governor Pay u

d' grounds and President Roosevelt's visiting .Mrs. Vassle a parents Dr. and Interesting News' from th e t for his signature. And Hou&e'bill Cent' va Bundle' ,as Compared with

Mrs C. C. Barrs."',. Lower.Houa.. No. 89: will die a natural death. The, '* that of 8s Cents/ the Price Alkt'
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>Spee.h Principal .Feature* of bay '-'-.. -. .
Identical.
bill are
The New Century Club met with *
The Senate was* not lr.' cession Friday Last -Year.. %
Norfolk, Va.... April 17.-Norfolk U : ,Mrs. Monahan on.,April 2$. :After the that body. sin motion'ot Senator Cone Resolution Lost
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p'' Nee "world's! goal today (Friday In4M4 business aesston And study were com Broome, having :adjourned, over until Under the bills on third reading Plttsburg, I a. i April 27.- T:. cot.

of being a man port It !. an pleted the guests we're 'entertained by Saturday morning, in hotter of'Memorial was the famous Cone'resolntlon, 'providing ton the tie market was opened TauriM
'overpopulated city into which travelers a'"Study' In Forestry." Mrs. E. K. Day. *.1 C. the appointment, of a Qommlt- by United States; Steel c ..?or|.
and
tion
prices advanced
oom every hour. TJie navies Anderson Mrs Mesa Sails apd Mrs. tee to visit and Investigate the 'formerUniversity 10 c nti a
The House held A session nearly an ,
a ndle.
There
ot the earth 'an* dropping their anchors ,., II .. 'Orady' are 2.ot0,0oo(()() t>un Mc!
tied for first '
prize,
IB Hi port. Along rte narrow hour shorter than usual:' in, order to : building' at Lake City and of cotton ties ready for sh_yuDI:! from

.treets the tongue of all part of the Mrs. Sails getting It. Miss Annie give time tor the decoration ,of the '1 report was brought up, creating a this city lO,the south. I aut year ti.
Lou
4riol e are heard. And beneath' the Hodges' / won the consolation hall, which on account .of Inclement warm controversy both for and I price; per bundle was 85 ce-' Tie
whispering pines and ancestral oak prize. weather was to be used for Memorial against the passage of the,resolution. advance: :' which affect DO tn"nouthcrn !

..*> 'th. low-lying hors of Hampton Dr. Cvernrd. Blaclcshear: the popularA. Day exercises, beginning:,{fat S in the i Mr. Knight of Columbia moved: to '. cottpn growing co:. aIe.\ .
Roads people,by the thousands hurried"to C. I* surgeon, has returned from afternoon. *.&_ | substitute House! concurrent resolution came .as';a surprise It is e_.'!'ic: .teiby

every conveyance possible; from visiting she medical. convention In Savannah The final defeat of the\ resolution fo.by Afrs Cone, for House. |h0 steal l corporation tt? be ooI -
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..-.lectric cars to old wagon' to vi ',the., buildings and grounds of the exposition Little William Oramllng made an Lake City and former university prop : Rowe of Madison both relating to an than, that 'loYJast year.

: that was opened by the president , Easter offerlng' "bf $12 to the Episcopal ert:, and make a report thereon,.closeda I Inspection of the University propertyat ; :
\ of the United States, Friday )Sunday .011.001. all made by ,bin rather long battle that '(together Lake. City. i|I speaker.called4) the special order M>-

At sunrise the Noroflk Light lnraatry'181uee own efforts. with preliminary sklnnlvhe. Incident i] :The motion received 20 aye and :tion of Mr. Rowe that/ special order

fired a salute of three ,JJun- The condition of,the strike remains thereto, has qocupled a good, deal of .2& nay.' On the roll call, and was be deferred ..'wa carried and t&t
P 'deer<< gun to usher In the convmence.. unchanged.Miss time and attention of both branchesof declared lost. The question then recurred House took up Senate concurrent m

neat of the day opening. the expoti- I Marie )Mann tha popular principal this Legislature.J; |. to, the 'adoption ot House concurrent olutlon' No. 10, Identical with the
tJon at Jamestown of High Springs'school, is ; House resolution just toted dowiMr.
pre The effort to reconsider\ the vote, resolution No.17.. Mr. Howe
Upon the arrival of PresidentHoosevelt paring fine program for eomme' nce- by which the bill nrovldlngffor teach moved, the adoption of the i resolution.j ,' Knight of Columbia moved the
the .
on Mayflower Inc Jlampion *
toads. a (salute was fired; by toe ment. *.1. ers* summer' training schools, wall j l
'Ultu 4' States and foreign warship .1\\ passed, was likewise unsuccessful, the poetic comparison' of the'asasatnatlon of Santa Rosa moved to la

..s>.re aseetnbledWJien/ : the preal- ALACHUA HAPPENINGS. mouse going BO far a..to''not only of Caeear with the reaolutlpn. Mr. definitely postpone the resolution.\

.*rent arrived at the exposition grounds Alachua.. April, 2fl.-The. friends of pass the House bill covering\the proposition Rowe raised. a point .ot order which Boll call was'demanded, and the motion :

tie was met at the end of the COy Mm. S. J. Ejllls are sorry to:.hear of but the companion. t.1l1 from was not sustained Mr. Matthews '' was carried by aote of yea

...rameopier by a military escort, ; her Illnfess., and pope 'she will. soon the Senate as well. :.' 5tof i| vcarmly commended the Buckman law, j J I I 31, nays 17.

.atfd ,.saluted by the United States ar- ,t' recover. -4fr.,.V'.*"' ;>. :' Most the members of..the .Leg- and opposed any move looking toward j J I I After some other business nude .

'.U1I6tt. stationed on, the exposition) The Infant. childptfc&: & .g q t t}ture attended the nl.. morJlaL'exer'ctces /re-establishment of apr. of the special order the House adjourned
'..ouodsa ..At"s: AO'Atclacl4'the: preali4Uat -'* High 'Springs died Thursday.kn t W '' In' honor of 'the' ConfecteratB-1: : ''iteceaeed! << Bt'Ae; e ,college*.' )(r. WUUa.I : untIP-'m. .SatorUny.

wax escorted to1 the reviewing buried at Newnansvllle Friday dead In the afternoon.. The ,principal*I lof Gadaden.. couldn't see. any harm In{} . TIRE -

t a-Und.. The order of the opening exJ J Crocket seem to be all the rage address, was delivered by Justice [ Investigating the 'State'* property. i I AT UNIVERSITY
+&;' .rcises was: ePrayer 1 for the 'W1.e-'rn9n of the town. The ParkhlMi i of the supreme court. )1r. Wells of Leon read the reportof
by the Rt. n.". Alfred Ddai game is begun atj6 o'clock a. m. And the State Board of 'Education upon Started Under Kitchen Floor, But Extinguished
.aill Randolph bishop of the diocese: I .
played until dark. The' members of PROCEEDINGS OF HOUSE. the matter and thought If this board Without Dsmspe.The

-of 4he southern president Virginia of tbea Jnlted Introduction States by of this "No-Work" Society are Dr. J. L. The session of the House was an could not get $15,000 for the property.
aVton. Harry St. George Tucker, president ,! Cloud, L. ,Y. Smith W. M. Chiles, J. hour shorter than usual, owing to and |tt the board had the right to ;'.t University war thrown Into a state
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A. Williams, B. N. Smith and J. | of agitated excitement at au early'hour
ofthe Jamestown. Exposition M the exercise of Memorial Day;'which dispose of the property! It would/not.
-company-- .address by President Theo I Powell were held In tn. room beginning at be necessary to Investigate. Saturday. morning, when it wu

'' 4ore Jtoolevelt opening of the expo Arthur Williams and Miss Maria. ,. S o'clock. K Mr. Wartmann of Marion vigorously discovered that the bulldJag wu oa

.avltlon by the*prealdent of the Unltwi Turner apent Sunday In LaCrosse. The followlnTsTwere among the new' opposed the resolution and thought fire underneath the floor" By quick :,

>tales.. t I" Mrs. Julia Brown\ and friends of bills presented: the Legislature should sustain the action action: ', .!.however by those about the

r When the prffftdent pressed the gold | Ward City were shopping In, town By Mr. Doke of Alathua--New charter of the Board of Education and I place-! the flooring was. ripped up and
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'ttutton' >> It was at the same time * .- i I Wednesday." tor dty.ot Alachua.. Pla.By I the Board of Control.Mr. I the flames were, extinguished wit}

*al for the unfurling of more than I Miss Mabel Burnett. o(LaCrosse was Mr. Doke, of,Alachua-Appropriate .' Knight of Columbia said the only slight damage.
1,000 flags'on the various. buildings of shppptng in town Wednesday. 124.023.4ft to reimburse certain Legislature was Investigating every The origin "was caused by: the stove

the exposition, .and also a salute to I 1 Mr. and Mr*. R. A, Turner, who! counties for armory rent.! I thing from Key West to Pensacola which.. was not sufficiently elected.

1.the: union bT'tb.. United States and have been visiting In Starke, returned Fifteen minutes afler convening the I and when the session convened the from the ftoor.MELROSE,

foreign ships assembled In Hampton tp their home Wednesday HpUse took, up the select order of the I gentleman of Marlon was In the forefront NOTES.
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toads and the at Fort NEWS
Monroe. by garrison. f r' C. II. Harrison and daughter of F'' day, and Mr. Itirklando Lake moveda of them who wanted stenographer I Melrose April 21Hal"Ie Let
Call were shopping In town Wedneiday. reconsideration of } and attorneys and accountants
w tote which
by
At th. conclusion of the salute all baa returned from the Atlac Dent
/ I ffopse bill No20woVp: and everything else under the to
*ed Thuraday. sun
of the bands on the exposition ground offlee
I so
College ,and expects to open
played the 'Star Spangled Baxrner." C. A. Williams I* having hi* house KfT: Klrkland said he wanted It Investigate the State officials In whom j
( here during the summer
Immediately thereafter the president repainted, which la a great Improve' distinctly understood bo. .wa In favorof he has now such great confidence Memorial, hay. was observed by till>

reviewed,the parade of +which Major,.. meut \ Petty gtingt t'1.e1, 'teacftfrof the State Some people seemed, ,to think the I raising of the townhall. flag at half
General Frederick D. Grant, of the The new ginning plant of & all \1'fJ.on.tt! ; "' a.9.\a tanee but read great Buckman law had been enacted *

united States army, was grand mar Turner la rapidly progressing. In Its from the report ot the State superintendent Into the constitution of;, Florida. The past C o'clock. baby of
Mrs. II. C. Barnett and
; structure. Puirtic' Instruction to show resolution meant simply that the: people 3t
ssbal.The great naval display: la tae aarbor Miss Atlanta Bills purchased a new. that uwrtuate normals were patron -of Lake City were offering the Hawthorn a.re'the guests of Mrs
+; In full view of the ma.gn10ce.atfeoulevmrd piano from J. E-Lutch CaMine J. Barnett
Ised 'very largely by the counties property,' which was offered to themIn e "
that stretohes between tae Claud Maynard made A. bust return The first bullbat. of the year
'. where the schools are located only for the $15,000 given by '
tate buildings and the harbor ta. nee trip to Galaesvfle 'hursday.I and though the normal'rour.e at the Lake City to the university, to peopleof seen Wednesday. .
? '. length of the grounds the mtntttyyaieant I\ Asa ,Crocker and mother returned University ot Florida and female college I Florida who erected the buildings 1. g. Corrier PalUyka Is spo l '
on the parade ground aa>.4 the to Alachua will make ; for what a few day In town talking D0
Wednesdayand were suRlcie;t use might be made of them t
president. speech were the principal ,1 graphs.If .
this their home.
'IV Mr. Matthew of Marion contendedthat The loss of the university WAS not *<*
/J..t.ure. of the opening day. I I I Misses Carre Dell Williams and It were not for T. A. BSrts
',4 From K to S p. m. a reception was the establishment of the ,two nearly: so great to the people of Lake ply fresh would b* nrt .
Idella In
'tendered the president by TAe officers McKinney 'T1.ltfld.taUy" State normals would be local rather City as to the people of Florida. He vegetablef tract
t'n
slim, a* It 1* Pumpkln j' .
returned Monday
Dutton
Friday aqd
'avnddirectors ot the exposition oom than general and he would prefer hard lived In eight' mile of Lake City furnishes first-class lr""!h P*
yany In the rotunda of*the Auditor I t B. Klncatd, an old Alacbua friend that each county be given 9200 to for twenty-one year" and warmly defended /arm
visited In town Saturday and Sunday." tatoea. string beans and, cabbaat'The
building. conduct a normal for one month the moral
ttaa >> atmosphere of Lake *I *
still
I Miss Mattie Pasteura left MondVV Mr Howell of Santa Rosa Bald he bad I City and that the man who.aays the Steamer Alert Is dal
I for her home near Ocala. where abe 1 I ,by the low water-the eaJaAl.Itn.
Pell and Broke Jawbone changed bin mind' since Thursday and ttchopl had to be nored on account i o.cr I
hail
Bsy I the merchants to
will visit relative and friends.We
JaXiraula. Ala. April 37.Master 4I hoped the bill would ,not be retests ofj* ? moral atmosphere of Lake
j j'JkaCusn freight from Orange Ieli7tsDeath :
to Dr. .1. W. Bishop I
are glad see He
Dow ling, the Hole eon ot Mr. ,I sldored. announced that at the I. City Is a "ma'lctoo pre.ulcator.lie '
sad )lr.. P. II. Dowtlng. while pUy. 'I out on the street so' soon. after-.*' hip' proper time he would Introduce a bin reviewed the history of the university i I of Miss -Bun- h-

Sac around at the new theater accidentlilac *|. to appropriate: a sum to pay the actual and claimed the State ...asunder J. F. bunch of this city Sat ":oW
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tog which< la BOW In course of baUd-I I Miriam. Robarta of Daytona traveling expense ot the. teacher a "moral contract" to maintainthe received a telegram annomnds*. pe
from the XLrtt floor making a Very pleasant v.tslt to her to the State normal
ton foil I college at Lake City and that death. In Spartanburg>> S. C c'
ism til* Jawbone and rewiring other j brother. W. L. Robarta.It. 'I Mr. Dudley of HUlsbora. chairman suit brought by the people of Lake I niece. Miss Llxxle Bunch lout'

*svuries. but which will not prove 'I L. Lewis of Brooker wa In of the committee on; education" CIOQo City were In the interests o{ the cltlen of O. A. Bunch which occurred tar
tm.ul He .fa expected to be out la' town Friday. He was thinking of f tended that under the Buckman law of Florida." tag '

*.tew weeks.F going In business here. I I t It JV'ta Impossible to locate the nor Mr."* Wilson ot Hernando could ,see Saturday.Deceased. -wa. twentyvear* of aid
Capt. W. M Butch and wife of San rf.a\ Jany where dry
at Tallahav :
except
bat motive
I one la the aDd Baptist
; I resolution the a member of the
.1., .* Skyscraper for Tlften.Ttftqp. re fn ThurtWa'1tCavy ."' "
+ were town shopping It required anQaliatd WTJaP*
Cm. April ST.Mayor 8. MpevIUe driving ot Lb. thin edge of the 'a edso. Friend! of Mr. Bunch extend
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foals of LaCrosse fa tvWednesday
was
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let the contract 4o. T. *" the course and engaged tn a colloquy with )fr. thy.
:K. Clyett ha* Sm
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? KnightMr. The held at
... Anaawoa ,for Ttfton'a first skyecrap- funeral win be
Some of the .
**rj) dirt foe which: was broken byJafayvr ua enjoyed themseltV young pen i' e- 1111 ST. LOUIS : astd.nt"ed Bradanaw of ItamUtoa oppowed inn. s. cVsss. 'xondalr
-n the resolution. -
and Judge R. Bve oaTkstr4ajr
CJyatt of Mr*. a 8. Ramsey. MooatyV. % .1 s kNe.*isk' '
It will contain flu. stortes. The oaata ucvtioa wa pat. and the __:
.......* the, .basement. ta wVeh the Mr Davis, who bu' bexi a*.ls4WMahler Sold and UeecrrurservJexl bar r''osiatr d.raUared K lost Mr. MtoJgfci'4e- J1'u1.' ;April. 2i.-A4r'4r' + itsof

? ..........c. !' 44 machinery tor !o9.hJttnt In the bank. >eft TY I''.1,'. *. >*!5, tnkh *Ti..', 'J aatMte A r.u... ,...*x wy net ... aeesZtrta. is .... ... lie .'l'5
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THE GAINESVILLE SUN: APRIL 29, 19U7 ;H .

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t ,, BABY SHOW WAS asaaa NEW CIGAR FACTORY. CURES
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DoesHeart Your Victor Lloyd of Manatee Will Soon" S S S

y A GREAT SUCCESS Start a Factory In GalnesviHe. SKIN DISEAsE
OaiitesvUlf )I.. KuiMtantly growing 0 .

k J -- i In every branch of, commercial and No skin disease car .exist without an underlying can f.'. ar'i) j q ,
Beat
iUandsonla Babies of ,GakleSvillof \ manufacturing; enterprise, and the IT' 'ices that cause.is u her, a humor in the blood or an ex,' c. a of 111 i
I people from the outside are no: slow ac .'i in tinsA; These humors and acids get into the b.l_ ,A, .f
;f, ; Shown to Good Advantage in realizing the benefits this city has ally because of an inactive and sluggish condition of those member gen vrho t
.", of it is to collect and carry od the waste and refuse of the body, '
J to offer In the matter location ,etc. duty ll
Yes.
:,',;J: 100,000, times each day. unhealthy matter is left in the sy&tem: to sour and ferment and
AWARDED The latest acquisition to Gainesville sooncirculation
I SEVERAL. PRIZES Does it send out good bloodor becomes charged with the acid poison The blood, in \u
and. alit
are Mr. and Mr* Victor Lloyd
bad blood? You know, for tnrrid. itself of this foreign matter begins to throw off the humors and an
of Manatee who have come to
In the Evening the Vouna Ladles Pro son ; through the pores and glands of the skin. These coming in contact
good 'blood, 'Is. good, -health ; make this their home. Mr. Lloyd, the delicate! tissues and which the skin Is BO abundantly sunnC
i dented a Tableaux, Which' Mad a bad:! Mood, bad health. And who Is a practical cigar maker and' produces irritation and fiberStWith on the surface and Eczema ACS

'(Beautiful Effect--Spring' Carnival you ',now precisely wha.. to tobacco man. after carefully studyingover i Tetter. Psoriasis. Salt some other troublesome and dish-C11f 1'

J Was Grand Success In Every Way. take for bad blood-Aycr's" the situation decided that i akin disease is the result. External applications while they soothe S
Gainesville was a pretty good placeIn I itching: and are beneficial iu keeping the skin clean, can never cure A,
;. 'One of the most enjoyable as weljts Sarsaparilla. Doctors have reach the blood where
which to live and rear! his eon, affections because they do not the real trouble>
most successful, social events beer endorsed it for 6O'years. taking into consideration the educational i located. A thorough cleansing of the blood is the only permanent cure f
-ixetd In this city along: the same lines skin diseases. S. S. S., the greatest of all blood purifiers is the best tree
Ana fr t eau. *< tmd Wood Ittk a .l.aRr.hII.r. advantages and moral atmos
was held on the lawn of Col. and Mrs. Tai. pr.du :' oou.ttpai/..,.. Yot.ouo.. ment. It cures by neutralizing the acids and removing the humors fro,
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ar. ".n .rlHod t.M tb blood phere. He will in a few days establish '
"W W. Hampton, East Church street XI'.be bow.lo op.e wllb A,.r's 1'111.9. the circulation BO that the skin instead of tngirritated and diseased b:
a cigar factory and proposes to work I acrid matter. Is nourished and soothed by a cooling
i' the exuding
health
Wednesday afternoon and eveningbeing ,
the spring carnival given by ...A1'"_J._o.AF'W'ialIMt.00".....,.'Lewan... ,..... H number of men, increasing his, stream of blood. S. S. S. goes down to the'very bottom of the trouK:,

And under the auspices of the ladles A. tIAIl VIOOII.lJe ness as the demand requires. bUSI'1 removes the foreign matter and thereby permanently cures every form of si
s AOlf! testis Mr. Lloyd expresses himself trouble. Do not expect to cure. blood disease with local applications, aloe<
ot holy Trinity church* I cfERY PECTORAL ing well pleased with Gainesville, its but begin the use of S. S. S.. and when you have removed the cai:se tli

This entertainment was more enjoyable "w..... ...ret.l W. b.bU.h surroundings and Its people and akin will be five from disease. Snecial boolc on Skin Diseases: r.'d al:
of .,.......... otmtl oar fo.di.ta... free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC ,CO. ATLANTA
of the advice
on account novelty believes the longer be remains, the medical Gj
.Its character The festival began m more impressed he will become. Our

the afternoon at halt-past 3 o'clocky TO BUILD. ANOTHER PLANT. people will welcome himself and family
a pont' parade, all the ponies of"the' -residents, and hi. new" factory
little folks being lined Up' with STANDARD STOCK FAR IL
a Eddins Manufacturing Company Will, as another Inc 1'stry In the chain of
decorated.
their vehicles handsomely J ?
Have
Another Fine Building. progress
'The parade through the streets attracted -- -\ -- _' I =
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Workmen were engaged a few days ,I .
a great deal of attention and Don't Put Off
(Admiration, The decorations showed ago ap'd ,already have, begun the lay eat.' Gra.ixxeefsri.lleHighGlass F1a.
For tomorrow what do to.
you
remarkable skill In Instances Inaof the foundation of the new
many day If yon pot off buying bottle"of -
planing ,and cabinet making building
the' of the leadersof
And parade was one
; the function of the Eddlns Manufacturing Company Ballard'a Snow Liniment, -when' 'that .Harnessand Saddle Horses.

which was destroyed by' fire pain comes you won't have any BuyS -
In the afternoon there was a baby t
about -three weejta. ago and whtvb, bottle today. A po itlref cure for
a *how- ':
4oo.: Dozens of little 'tots, boys, and
elet T. B.
rou< eta. Graham
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the kind In the State. = :
"Good is essential to
girls, were entered from every section While 'the original! plant was a. Pr Wte Grove. Ark.. writes "I with breeding as a 7tig7t-

:t of the city by .their proud par modern one, ,the company. realizing to thank you for the good result I ,e- class horse as it is to a Jiigh-class nUln."

K+nts, ,and whefti the voting for honors many provementa which could have ached from Buow Lfuinient. It poll

in prices> began It was an. Interesting remedy this I! tlvely' cored me of rheumatism after
.been ina ,, propose to 'KEEPS'
one. So numerous: and''ao..handaom.. other had failed." Sold" by ,VV. M.
matter now,-with the result that they .
.nd cunning were all the little} ones, Johnioo. KEUISTRY >0. 3188 .,' ,
will have A'place absolutely uptodateIn
that,, It was indeed a difficult proposition l. every way. Card of Thank;. Standard Bred Stallion Trial 2.27t.' O'Jt"'of the dam of Tommy Brttto:

to cast a ballot_ tor the best This 'plant will be equipped with Mrs. C. R. Ifowell desire through 2,06", eti. "Brown stallion J5J hodi. Trotter. Bred by Tommy Brii.lo'

The, contest however, lasted until the latest Improved machinery and The Sun to express her thanks ,and Lexington Ky. Sired bf./Prince ,of India, .2.13y. The great-son of Eire

:late In the art ,.oon. finally re nit- will be better than ever. It Is calculated appreciation to thd e trends' /who WStell.Vinnpr'or many Blue Ribbon;

,a Ing In the following decisions: that the new plant will be were eo kind and attentive during

First prize ,for girls little Anna ready for work within the next few the Illness and death ot her beloved Clos s1er :nlrcDo"ViTell

'Hutchlnson, daughter of Mr. and Mr*, weeks! It ,the machinery can be received husband, and'?begs to assure them that REGISTRY NO. 1489
llarvey I* Hutchinson second Lillian and Installed that time.
by this kindness will never be forgotten. Bay stallion. One of the Greatest Combination Saddle and HarD
daughter ot Mr." and Mrs Geo.
Horseever bred In Kentucky. Sixteen hand, weight 1,200 poundt. Ptrttt
1'P., ,Lang: third, porothy. daughter Bought an Automobile.
HUBERT eonformaloD."nn't'r. f Blue' Rlbbocs at Hone Show
j> numerous leading
r ot :Mr. and Mrs M. II. McClararoch;
,fourth, FAther. dughter of Mrs., Esther .. ', Dr. M. II. DePass: o( ,Archer Is determined lie has been declared by, many horsemen tope one of the h&ndsomeit Inditi4
nr TILE*.
C. Jordan.Ot to keep up with the"tyle, ual*.In Amerlea. He has proven himself a great tire. ,He ts a powerful) hot

the ; the first honor were and her ''will be more easily: enabledto l..tdam. . . . ,by. . . ...Helmet remarkable action Trots in.harness and goes fire gaits under the taddli
'' boys 'of do so now since be has purchased Helmet . ... . .'". ..T'LexIngtonA I Sired by the celebrated.Chester Dare, dam by Messenger Chief, Jr.
woo by JCoyes Capohart, son
Mr"l > Cadillac automobile In horse
a hand ome dark bay of good speed and
.. and ,Mr. G o<$. P.. Long; .' which he :will wade through the deep aation. combining the beat trotting KEEPS and CHESTER McDOWELL are at the head of the St.ndir

>< eorgo. son ot Mr. and Mrs. FredV.. sands of the Archer section In future. blood with 'he'b."thoroughbred.; Block Farm Stud, Oainesrille, Florida. Terms i $35.00 per season, with retor

King third, Ilur>\ett. son of Mrs\ JC:to Dr. DePasa ,passed through; the A sure foal getter; producing both I privilege lo ease mare Is not foiled. To encourRe Florida breeder, a odor

'"thwr. 0. Jordan, city Wednesday en rots from Jack saddl vaufi driving horses, at many lion of flQ..JtI\' made from above price if the $25 I. paid promptly This

i,. It Is needless to add that the proudparents sonville In hl's new machine, which of speedy hie driver colts are good saddler and ooe.thir, the charge that would be made. In Kentucky. If you desire to br e;

: greatly appreciated the hon. write at once. Add,,,...
ts a ten-horse power and one of the T.r'm. service, $3 00 per one service
1 brs; which were Just and proper.- handsomest yet seen In these parts. or I7.O1 with privilege; of returning

\. The Evening 'Exercises. He made the'' trip from Jacksonvilleto mare a* often. a* la necessary' within Standtfrd' Stock Farm
sixty days aU.. first service,? $10.00 ,
In the evening the weather was Gainesville easily In eight hours,
to Insure a colt to stand and suck.
GAINESVILLE FL-ORID
remarkable. ?, -
delightfully fair and about sixteen which Is } considering ,the

charming young ladies of thy city presented condition of the v roads. BILLY REED \ - ----

the "Fire, \Vofs1afpl>er..." a The Doctor's friends will congratulate ' O;OAR N. 8ANDERS. PERRY M. COLSOS.
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tableaux made famous; for Its --beau. him upon his new purchase. t\)!.

'taut and striking effect The tab. '1 : "'b 0. ;N. Sanders & r CompanDEALERSIN ]

., ;1e ux was made all the more impressive A Woman Tells Now to Relieve Rheumatic .

t and beautiful by various col. Pains. hit IN- 1
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orcn) lights which were reflected upon I have been great sufferer from the !I .

the /scene. 'I.t dreadful dU:M#!>; rhwomatUm, for a Genera1 :Nercb..a dise.

Delicious refreshments were scfrved number of :years I have tried many _.
during): the afternoon and evening, and medlolnti but never got much relief) HARDWARE STOVES, FARMERS' IMPLEMENTS ,FURNITURE.

'altogether this was one ot. the jnost from of them until two years ago II A ftray Jack six year old brought
enjoyable and successful social unotoa any bottle of Ohsmber- from Kentucky last fall good bone and New Store, New Good. Complete line of Ladle' Spring Dress Goods. rrel
when I bought a very active. A proven foal getter Fancy Grocer I .. Carload *>f Farnitare joss being opened-all at Lowest '
'.'fer seen In 'Gainesville It lah,', Pain tUlm. I found relief be. paoduelng colts good enough to b* Possible Price*. Largest Stock of Goods Ever Carried in
was largely attended And no one. has fore I had need all of one ,bottle, bat, shown at the fair in Lexington, Ky.. Western Alaohua.'

A- rtonottC, : make tor being preeQ t. kept on applying It and soon felt like "I last fall Colson Block Trenton Alachua Ccunty. FU;

It. understood, that ,the Indies different Through my advjieetaany Billy Heed was by Baashmao's Jaok, _ ,
_. woman. ? 1st dam Edua.b, big Powell Jack '2nd .. _._ __u. __ ___ -- -
s
realttod considerably over a hunpreddollars andean
have tried I
of my friend It dan
Parley by Paragon billy Reed
,
e from this ,eotf'rtAnnien't.which \ tell .you how wonderfully) U baa I* half brother to the Ball jack, thebest
will be' used on the building, I orkltd-M. SARAH A. Cots, 1.01! 8.New male Jack in Lincoln county Ky. i We Keep a Fall Stock offOLD

Lund Si., Dover Del. Chawberlafn'a. Term of service', 33.0O per single s
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-- ------,-- t service tlOOO service with
Pain Balm i* a liniment. The relief per privilege E JOE,
Guaranteed Stomach Remedy. of return as often as I* necessary
whtfth afford U alone
it
from A
pain within 'the
sixty day after first ser
A YOU many ask why. ". W. MeCnltumla worth'many times (hi eo.'. It makes vice. tl&.OO to insure a colt to stand OLD VELVET,

able Jo guarantee to refund 'the rest and sleep possible for sale by and sack ;r

money unless :Mt.o-na Stomach Tab all dtuggUts. Service money due for either horse 'FOUR ACES,
let OUr. when no other remedy for -------r.-- -- or jack when flrt service te rendered. C ,
To Make Gainesville. Home. Except when bred to Insure etiR
a ROGERS
stomach troubles I* e')M In this. man t MARK ,
then service fee Is due when colt meet
Gainesville' will welcome as future
ner. requirements or when the mare I*
If the stomach ts ouly given a rest residents Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Pona, parted with or bred another horse OLD CHARTER,

t>T otloR a digestive, the muscles soon two daughters and a on. who have or Jack.
I ?iH-eom wak anJI It is neeeisary to arrived from Jacksonville and -arepleasanUf Lain will be retaiied on colt for service MT. VERNON,

Continue taking a digestive tablet after located on East )Main r...
Mare will be kept on pasture at CASCADE
N
very meal. On the other hand street $3 00 per month. i
used before eating Mr. Pona Is an extensive naval
feat strenrtthrusf
will' o AND OTHER
This stock snake the present ire
Nye stomach 10 that YOU will 1c'M'\ bewell stoers operator and lumber man. own season at Duogarvan Farm, one and e
enough to give .p the usa "t Ing several' valuable .places throughout one-half mile west of Orange Lake, HIGIIGR1.DE'VHISKIES.
nedlulu. the State. It Is hoped and believed about two and one-ball, mile southwest

MI.o.na001". bat lOa box and himself and estimable family of IJoIn'o.b. ::U .

yuakea positive end complete cure. will be pleased. here. S. H. GATTSKILL, -w <.. 1,

The be. prv" !of of (tf merit i. the Melotoeh. Fla. headquarters t.rAnhelJserB.usch

i 'Koaraotee tn refund' the moaey It It Why --- -

dos not car that .. \V McCollum Have a torpid liver when Herblne. Beer

.sjivea. with every box..". the only liter regulator will help' you ? Akcfena Ceaaty Abstract Co.

- There t. no reason why you should eoN tia.orreeateal Settle aa4 Ism,fht::

t ..e aitaa.. R..tp. t7o.. at tlfo.sst fer from dyspepsia, eooslipatloa,entile Perry M coitus..Treeu J. W HUinUa. Vie. Write for price Hat. JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.. We want l r.*f
t_* =,a sp..lalsr et hrp and fever or guy Hvr complaint, Ft.*..: B.a.Ooiaim.S..,+rr.*c.QAINE8VILLK. trade and will guarantee to give *.....faetiQo.
moUeLt., tested when Heroine will oure P. O. FLA. Order Oiled day reeelved.
you
d t......... end heir Inept JAK.r &&
-. .sd ... tM' tits b-- Will. W.etvllle,, fla., swiftest "I "WMWWMMMSkl. .'
We do exeloeiv
'01 ....'.'.. ........ ...... wa .Iek for a month with KUs and nee, with an raetlitte tor *tract rttog bosl-roll OGALA HOUSE WIlE ROOMS
N, .**.Tat ?***. Wrtt* *... ism.. fever, sad attar taking two bottle*ot Iaferaa'tle..osteetatef ht Title of
...... .rtB fiMBr Mi. **** ,... ** y'.. a.am. wall sent haakkj.- floW a.f ..*'all 4M 4si la Alaeaaa a*****. OCALA PLORIDA.
..... ., 'lfflll'. s. IIM. br ...... .. 1s W.-..Johatgt. .L1I ......... .........11& ,....,."

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THE GAINESVILLE StTN: APRIL 29, 1 fen) ?

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resolution ,No.' Cie.-In,itg *"'rngtnss.
t i manYllanl;\ B Lamar to uddr. .
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IfflNESDAY'SWOBK To _aile lee cre.: i* to*. a- *
ute lor 1 fmt m pt.te. tlrjciiolce the H>'i->e Wednesday night 'l.l j' 1.
eootests o' sae paekpe ,
upon tl. subject: of Inter-':.u,< *"un
AT STATE'CAPITOL Cream Powder merce Tie accepted an amt nd mint
bjf* Mr Carter inviting Hon V\ :m-r
Into qnart or milk and tree, witbOat
latloft! or cooktim. ttinaple: ,Ica'titT Kehot to address the Hcu.' at the
Marked by .Save the coot. ft Tortnc.Sav .
WetesdaY's Session ou-rr.:8Ndita :: same ticuo upon the same rtlb't t ,
Both Houses. ing- adopted t
Oratory m .artb* beat and purest ice cream puMlhl
to FaUnraimpoMible. Nothing to Returning; to the regular order the
l add except raUk. On pack* eo tlnu iJo. House toqk 'up. House bill No. 279 FIRST AND LAST
'INTRODUCED make needy two quart to*tream. ;It I
SEVERAL BILLS flavor i (%on latt. Y'llG7. by the committee on finance and tax. t
Z mi a ii.:d Cr V<* <''" S tMb atlon. relating to procuring licenae $

In Both the senate and ;1 .. (i =grocer for carrying..pistols, rifles and shotguns
to the Day {., \CF.. LVlVKSrCa_ ,k* P It mitmnmmmtmr cwriktta HUN WHa* WuACzaftBIQISpMean'
Was Mostly,Occupied r. "!, *end*.hi.Aa ewer House i k and c.ni forssjrkN'5srtt ? $ made to all
oratorical Battles-Judge Carter c. -- The House' \adjournod. until 9 a. m. who .
(III Talk. ,la uate4 Thursday. ":' :::-t. them.
Impressive !
Fine and recipe wear In
Wade -f buysor
} j x47 book mailed .;;w., style i"J
Senate was called, to'order", at P-":: (r..i.The A FATAL' ACCIDENT.iff durability Brand
The .... Shoes
PresItLt Cese.ea Far C.( If Key. N.Y. \ 'T"r ;
L ',:Jock: a. m Wednesday with P. S. Dftitiwt Harrta In the chair and .5c el1tT- ..,.....- ...f"owJ..tt O ICE CRZAMPaadM. Boiler of Sawmill Near Ocala Exploded SOL.D DY
IXCL.IABL.B "MERCHANTS
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Sector responding to roll tall. Kljilrrt the Engineer ONLY

,rq Ilr, Traromell offered Senate resolu- Road master ;n.' E. L. Robinson of M. C. KISER CO. Manufacturers.

does roes <5 and "Tequestlng that child labor In certain the Atlantic .,*Coast Line, returned ATLANTA, &A.
Iftft committee on corporations be cases. Thursday fl'9m"Ocala., where he has

I requested to return Senate bills No By Mr. Faulkner of Taylor Pro, been on official business. Ati

[t sad %26. relating to franchise tax tecting those who have stock killed Mr. Robinson states that while the
|oa public utility corporations an
I'&, former be made a special order Br. :tr. Faulkner of TaylorTaxupon home was standing at Zuba, a small

I for Monday April 29 at 4 p.. m. and express companies and others. station eight miles north of Ocala,
ttbe latter for 4:30 p. m. of the same delivering intoxicating liquors. the boiler of the plant ot> the Summer

[toy, Resolution adopted,,'after explanation By:.. Dir Faulkner of Taylor. -Relating Lumber Company exploded with terrific The Oldest Whiskey House in Georgia
| from Senator Trajntnell.: if toi blind tigers.. force, which could have been .
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Introduction of .pills." By. Mr. Parkinson,, of Vousla-. heard for several miles Iron, brick Established 1881

The following were among the new For creation of Atlantic county. and rubbish were thrown for hundreds
[wilt Introduced; Dy Mr.. Watson of Dade-Creating of yards. A piece of Iron struck the f i OLD SHAltrC WILLIAMS '

Br )fro Canova-Providing for pay prison commission and erection of engineer in the head, killing him In. .Pore fine old re. fly the gallon f 3.00"our t

[bent of damages for all personal penitentiary! for certain convicts., and stantly. The boiler and engine rooms : t< ti,tOLD full .
for other ' were a complete wreck
purposes.
[property destroyed by order of Board:
The Summer Lumber Company 1 ida
I of Health. Special' Order.> fin .,.., LIEU.. J. COLEMAN
new firm, the plant having been
I By Mr Canova-Proposing_amendment At. 11 o'clock the House took up ..' Pure Pennsylvania Rye Rich and
0 section 10 of the declaration the special order; of the day Gov. operation- only about two months .1 mellow fiv the gallon $2.76. Four

[rights of the constitution of the .iiroward's message 'vetoing the bill EUREKA t full quart 68.00.EXPRESS.

[State of Florida, relating to trials. ,of to,require the trustees of the internal j REPAID

{crime. improvement fund to pay into the :Yes I : F and It At Last. AIL RYE

I By Mr, \Tlllls-Presenting the time State treasury alt funds la"Their pos Found ....h.tf.h7.' that Chamber Pure substantial family whltke,. Bjr
I fcr holding the terms of circuit/ court session, and repealing the act of 1903, the gallon 12 b0. Four full quarts
I band for the Eighth judicial' circuit providing for the turning over of all Iain's Salve cures eczema and all man.' ... 12.00. JiXlvRK88 PRKI'AID f
ner of itching of the skin. I have been
lot Florida and to repeal conflicting moneys left in the fund after satis
afflicted for many year with skin ail. CUFFUHU>> RTE
statutes ._. tying all claims against it, to the good --
ease. I had to net op three or four KENTUCKY. CORN By the gallon 12.23. Four fall quarts t'
By Mr Hudson-To amend section roads funds of the several counties.Mr. 12.46 EXPRESS PREPAID
times and wash with cold
11&;$ of the general statutes, relating Carter lOt Alachna spoke in favor every night Direct from bonded warehouse., floe .
[to license for hunting. of sustaining the veto 'holding water to allay the terrible Itching:, but and old By the gallon !3,CO. OLD rOINTEK CLUB CORY
SectionUU. *lnft tt using this salre In December Rich and mellow. the Rallonl$2.6C
By
j By Mr Hudson-Amending that the act would'be tantamount to an Four fall quarts 13.60.EXPRESS .
1900 hw itching has stopped and has Four full quarts IIPO.:
I general statutes relating to the absolute abolition Of the board of not troubled me.ELDXR JOHN T. PREPAID EX1>'>lU zd: 1'RKPA1I
I penalty for selling liquor without
of internal Improvement
trustees the
OKOLBT, Rootvljle) Pa. fur sale by
IBreose fund. As a member of the House:he all druggists. We handle all the leading brands of Rye and Bourbon Whiskies In the mar
By Mr Buckman-Prohibiting discharge was compelled to consider the wisdom I ket and will save you from 26 to M per cent on your porchas Send for prlesr
| into open air of,dense smoke and policy of the bill as well as the Dr. Rogers Home. list and catalogue* Free opon application.

I!i eorporat, limits of cities of 30.000 Governor's reasons for withholding Friends of R 9."S. B. Roger ;;*paator ---THE ALTMAYER & FLATAl)' LIQUOR COMPANY I
|population, declaring such discharge his sanction from the law. The bill of the First Baptist) church, arp gladto :
I a public nuisance and providing pen itself looked innocent, but a careful welcome him home again, after a MAQON: G.&

I,tides. scrutiny: would reveal "a fine Italian few weeks, spent in an Atlanta sanl- _.. _.k __'.' ,_ _.__ ___.._

President Harris announced that by. .hand" in the interest of a certain set, tarlum for the benefit of his health.
[request' of Senator :Massey, the latfjter of p&apie.vho are Interested! In this While he is not/'yet fully recovered.

vas e"Hiaed as a member oV.committee State. Referring briefly to the obligation his friends are grateful that he l Is.
[ on part of the Senate to visit of the trustees to drain and feeling much better.
i the insane asylum and announced the reclaim" the swamp and overflowed No minister In the city I'? more W..R.r THOMAST

I appointment of Senator Hudson. lands granted the State by Congress, popular, or has a wider ,circle. of .
j Senator Neel was appointed on the and denied the right of the :Legislature friends, than Rogers" all of whom

Committee to visit the. State convict to divert the internal improve have been anxious, to hear of his recovery. ,
;
amps ment. funds front the reclamation of .- -
"Tie (Mat committee completed its these lands which, be declared wouldbe LI 'TEy :
Wt of inspection to the Florida in violation of trust for the bene- Whooping Coush. :J.

|tram&!, Cojlege) and. Thursday In- fit of railroad and land 'grant corporations . I have used Chamberlain's Cough
I pecte4' the colored normal and In- and the trampling of honor la family In of
.. Remedy my cases
I'wlrU) e'hool under foot. His argument that. the whooping, cough and wsnt to tell you and Feed Stables

funds, If placed In the treasury as hat It Is the st'medlclns have ever ;
IN THE HOUSE.The contemplated by law could be used ia.ed.-\V. F, OASTOM. Poteo Gsu This

House was called.tto: -order at only in paying the claim of the core remedy Is safe and sore, "for tale by
[I a m. Speaker Matthews 'in the porations. received loud' applause. all druggists.

[elm, There! would be nothing left but the ___._,.____,._,..r. -
After roll call and prayer by the five State officers looking at each Horses. :: ?.,. Buggies
diapl&n.be! following business wasfight other and the funds In paying land /
b' Tore the body: .. grantvclalms which 'were illegal anda .end Mutes T jJ- a Wagonsfor
1r Smith of Lake presented petl- fraud against the people. His "

Goo from Florida Medical Aseocia- state of health had prevented his Chatta for ai :
doe endorsing Senate bill No. 20 and looking up the legal authorities to ,a
Home b 110. i yo*ers cf (be State Board of Heath; he doubted the power of the LeCI \ All Alt
.
ttead upon journal on. motion of lature to abolish the board, and cerr
Yr. Smit":: ) talnly not without making provisionsfor Purposes e* [PurposesWe
Jleaorla) Ko.' 6, by Mr. Olmstead the winding up of the trust.
> 9r 8t Lacie-Requesting the' removal Mr. Pettlgrew of Manatee, the boa: r
Y the Bcmlnole Indians by the Oov- ciallst side of the House made a noog"

hment from the Everglades tb some short speech! ; to sustain the 'veto which of
i twertratn in (.he.Wear: committee was warmly applauded by his Democratic Make a Specialty
A S.an' affairs. colleagues who agreed with

New Bills.S ,, /' his position.Mr. MULES for WORKING
7'.__u were among the new JacWJl1tamIn conclusion )
1i:1:! .;w'oduced: " spoke briefly. He agreed with )fr. I
'
lie Far Is of Daval"-'Prohibiting" Carter that many of the land grant* Plows PURPOSES '
ei sse of aecret society rituals, etc. were Illegal bulges a matter of principle -
$, It' that the creature
Register of Hamilton=Re- could not admit

dCbered ag to landL'taxes on turpentine, and alatSveonttoL of the Legislator was beyond Which are Gunmn oed, Sound and in i


I elrr Wc-Kenzte of Putnam-He* )Ir. Parkinson held that the trust Excellent ,"Working Order. Prices
| 7**;to -ttlemeot of railroad clalina; was) a valid contract between the,United '
artlttn: and otherwise.eclcllan State Government and the State areCropMtkers '4IwAYS. RIG}!!. .

Jtr J: U of Sawani of Florida, and the Legislature should

not cripple the trustees. He thought
the laws of the United State cited

TuUMAIsCa DIr1O rC by the Governor were the best of all

reasons for the veto. If It's' Turnout
The speaker put the qoestlon. a Stylish

"Shall the bill pass th. Governor'sveto
to the contrary notwithstanding r"*
The roll was 'tailed' .. and 13 voting I '

tn nag aye and 42 nay. which sustained Jh C YH. Want .
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See Tim
veto. nose'IqtID& in the affirmative at ....
ytt ll.f t.Ir s as t'.t.t ,a tae..e,. were Messr Aberoathy. Donegan '
.asa t.race
ee..t
e.ai
tte1/,, n of ma c,w Hartsneld. MacWUHamsv Melton. Mi. YOU CAM GET IT HERE.
M a'.t..s..x.5,.q.i1 linof Morrison.: Olaostead Bodde-n-
feerry Taylor Waruasnn W.U*. BUN Hir.iut3b Ce.'IJGaine

Bar tslaaiizsous eeriest )fir, Mattatro.ue4 a
u.Of.lAI1oa Hem I *. ri1ia. s ;


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\ THE GAINESVILLE SUN: APRiL 29.! 1907 5

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ROCKY POINT SCHOOL. pr<-'Krnt, who ever occupied the MR. SKMAN TO WE!).
NEW TRAIN WILL STATE REPUBLICANS \VbjUnous l **." --
Married
: Will be
q Closed Friday With Picnic, After a. Mat: ha not the present occupantof Monday to VCII

,. BE INAUGURATED D I Most Successful Term. WANT ROOSEVELTWill th- White House stated that he" is Lady at Plerson, Volusla' County!
not. and will' not be a candidate?
After a most successful term tinder P. G. Bkman, foreman for' r '
direction of Miss Ada Phllpot the "Yen. that Is correct, and the President or F. H. fieetnan on the ':c- ;J.

St. Atlantic Coast Line Will Give I Rooky Point school closed Friday with Endorse His Candidacy for .Is an honest conscientious man, tract, left if Saturday for p;
: .
a 'mos enjoyable which .word he said In
picnic was and meant every
Service. Be-nomination for Pre rd nt. Volusia county.. where
ine'Additional ? on
But Monda
largely attended, many visitors fromGaInVsviIe hls statement on election night. ;
: !) ,( Including Mrfl. 1. L. Kelley. OHUBB .. jLhe Republican party and the American .will become!' a.Benedict. He ., 'ta
,!: FROM. OCALA TO JACKSONVILLEArid be"Is 'pretLa: t

: which had been temptingly prepared -- next four years, commencing March Hastron, a charming young lac
by We good ladles of that 'section 4th 1909, who has toe courage and place
Return, via Gainesville-' Dally. Press Report to Effect That that ; Immediately. after whit
was prepared at the noon hour the great ability necessary to complete -
and I Florida Delegation' Would Stand they ail\ return to Game
Strictly Passenger Express :;v!2I!
and it Is needless, to add was greatly the Panama Canal, strengthenthe
:' 'Service' -Will Prove Crest: ,/:Convenience pnJoled. for Nomination' of Secretary ,Taft rate bill, enforce the pure food make this their''home fat : for tho n,
few months least.
to the Traveling 'Public.It .' In the afternoon there was an ex i icfUnK' Wrona-Praise for the President. law and regulate trusts and gigantic Mr. :Ek DAn Is..'awell-known

I'Is rumored, and the railroad'Officials ga.me of base ball between the i Apropos the recent visit of lion. .corporations, and It Is'now fully realized alar young man here, and his and pen

; have not taken the'trouble: tow.ny RocKy Point and Gainesville boys. Mr. Hitchcock to this State, and his not only by Republicans, but erous friends will extend nu
juniors, resulting In the close score of conference with many of the leading by a large army of Democrats, that lations In advance. congrat
; the rumor, that on or about 11 to 10 in favor of the Rocky Pplnts, Republican In Florida among' whom there is no man in America BO fully

May 1 the Atlantic Coast-Line. proposes after playing eleven Innings. The was lion. Henry S, Chubb, receiverof able and so thoroughly equipped, and Wedding at High Spring
to give patrons of its line be Gainesville boys behaved finely, and the United States land office in this with such a high sense of patriotism, at
Married: the
tween Ocala and Jacksonville a superior the people of Rocky Point were delighted city, and chairman of the.,Republican to complete this work as Theodore residence of Rev]
Yates !
to have them. The game was State Central Committee, the correspondent Roosevelt, an'd the American people,. Mr. High Springs, .Friday a;
as ''v$1'as more convenient a most -exciting one: as It was Jm- } called upon Mr. Chubb ret and the Republican party are going ternoon, Herman Ernest Htrt Cf j{
,service, which*wlll enable people of Charleston. son of the late Dr. E.
possible" to determine where the vie atlve to the statement made through to ask President Roosevelt with
this section to go to Jacksonville, tory would fall until the last Inning. toe press that of a recent meeting; of I great unanimity, to modify his determination i hint and Miss Susie Arabelle Bul

; spend the day and return home in the This school year has been a. pleasant I' the leadIng Republicans It was agreedto and accept the Presldenc\for I lard The of High.'Is Springs.
s, evening/ one, and the children have made stand by Secretary Taft for the another four years. And under such groom a popular youngin
lIt. is' understood tbat a. new firstclae excellent progress under the careful I Presidency at the net national' 'con. conditions I believe that President the employ of the Seaboard
train which will carry passeng. and efficient tralrtug of ,)iiis Phllpot. vention.Mr. Roosevelt will eventually yield to the Line, acting in the capacity of genera
only, will be InauguiAtwAon 1 The and wishes of the people, which, means yardmaster, ,and the bride is a lovely!
+n and. express patrons of tbe, school: are very I Chubb is a power a recognized lady, formerly" of
'. :'rated Ocala and- Jacksonville. anxious for. her return next term. leader of his party In this State, that the Republic .1lJ. enjoy four young They spent Friday night here Savanna, !
via Gainesville. : making a round 'trip hence is in' clone touch with every more years of great national prosperity leaving
In the morning for Jacxsonvllle.
4f-
a day. The train will 'lea'Ye. Qcata MR. DUKE MARRIED.Was Republican of the commonwealth i / rLEW'WALLACE ter remaining them for a few
date
about 6:45 a. w.. Gainesville 7:30, ar j
The correspondent found Mr. Chubb they will make their departure tori
rivingt Jacksonville about 11. United In, Holy' Bonds of Matrimony comfortably seated'.at a desk In his POST.. the Jamestown Exposition, visiting]
o'clock. Returning leave Jacksonville to Miss Mary'Crosby In Oca I*. private office friends route at
looking
over en
some Columbia\ Char
]
about 5; o"dock' the afternoon Annual f Meeting Friday, at WhichElection
'; The numerous friends of S. V.. papers,, and when the nature of 'the lotte, Greensboro and Richmond.
$ of Officers' Was Held.
reaching Gainesville a :30 and Ocala '
". Puke of this city will probably be surprised visit was explained he expressed, a The congratulations of a host of j
about 10 o'clock.. The annual of Lew Wallace
ineetng
s; ' to learn of his marriage., which willingness to give an interview friends are extended them on their j
1'hl.l5E'J'Jce/ bas been contemplated occurred In Ocala Wednesday after .which would set the matter correctly I Post No. 25. Grand Army of the Re; wedding journey,
:' tor,, a long tine but for Some reason
noon. He was united In the holy before the people of the country public,.which was the largest attended
or another has never been Inaugural-
bonds of matrimony'' to Miss, Mary r tor several held In the
years was
: by press reports that the A Fine Portrait.A .
: .id H is said, to be a certainty)" bow,
; CroVbjT formerly of Mlcanopy but Republican held office of the commander, Col. n.' F.
leaders of the State
:1 however, and that the next time-card lifesizedportrait of the late J.
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later of Dunnellon, Rev. Dr. Dedgeof I Dutton. at which the regular
a meeting in Jacksonville 'recently, Friday
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;. will contain the train. R. W. Grlssome, who died at the home
the Ocala Presbyterian church of. at which' it was agreed that the Florida : routine of business was disposed 'of, '
: This train will- proifo Of great bene-- of bid son, W. F. ,Grlssome, Rochelle,
ficiating. the election of officers for
'including
_:: et; to, the people of Ocala, Gainesville delegation in the next Republican a few nights ago, attracted a large
and, intermediate points. Heretofore Mr. Duke Is well known /in this National Convention would sup the ensuing year, as follows. number of people Friday. Throughthe

It' has been impossible for people re- section, where he has resided for port Secretary Taft for President.. '' Commander; II. f. Dutton (reelected courtesy of the owner of the portrait
siding ,In the territory mentioned to many years. The bride Is also well ventured the reporter. );' senior vice-commander. Benjamin as. F. Smith the artist. It was

visit Jacksonville* and return the same known here, having attended East "That statement was absolutely incorrect .. Knafzga of Paradise; chaplain, displayed In a window: at the store
day via the Atlantic Coast Line. It i Florida Seminary, where she made ," promptly,. replied*Mr. Chubb. W. T. Morris of Archer; adjutant, F. of Hyde &: Tench. The portrait Ir at

Is. true hat in the Cedar Key-Jack, many friends. She was also an attendant "The, reporter was either "misinform Prescott Bullock; quartermaster, C. perfect likeness, and many were the
sonvllle. train, the Seaboard has of the normal school here. j ed, or was indulging in romance The E. Whiting; officer' of the day L. N. sorrowing faces as they turned! and

:f ,.|v*>n the people of this city aid exeollent > Mr. and Mrs. Duke arrived in the Republicans of Florida are unanimously LaFontlsee. walked away after looking at the p::>
_ It. 'service, which Is appreciated, city Friday afternoon, andd will make and enthusiastic for the reriomlna The Post discussed' the matter of ture. Mr. Grissome was In his

", but this tact was no relief to the peq- their home at Mr. Duke's elegant cottage j Clop o{' President Roosevelt, and are observing the Union decoration day I eighty-sixth year at the time of his
pV along the route of the proposed Cast Union street. -eJGTrlends ex BOW considering no other candidate May 30, and 'arrangements were made depth, and was one of the pioneer:
';' ia.W; train. tend congratulations. as he is recognized as the greatest for a program for %lje_ occassion. efuzens of Gainesville

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WEEK A SEVEN BARGAI .DAYS WEEK A




OF Don't fail to note the Good Values we offer during the Second Week of our S.le. OF


BOODVALUES r \, EACH DAY BRINGS SOMETHING NEW'I" GOODVALUES

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\This.. Week we offer. a magnificent line Figured Wash..Stuffs that are away under prjce. The very newest fabrics of. the

AT from |....8 per aecean annum.,and-a 1300. ASr.RegisHYDE'S .heei.".- p good in point of variety as you will find- in any store. ATHYDE'S

t er moved that the bill be placed jpon
:E third reading under suspension of xvfc: Brimful: of Good 1To.lu.oJS t
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rules. Mr. Register explained the con. r
? ditlon of the pensioner and his rec

'Beautiful'I I Fib unfortunate ord. Mr. Willis soldiers ot Levy to have wanted alt the. Beautiful'I I White I, Goods on

were entitled to, but feared the preeat Purchase of I

Stuffs, on Sat edent he thatpassage would of the be b ill.h stlie thought o Sale This Week

he rule should be general.. Mr. Far*
r w..1 Is. Mr. Register' and Mr. Parkinson mififuS I I Parasols
.poke in fajor of the bill. Mr. Wat'o Hundredswere here last week and

----:- favored this bill. and would let this week to offer a great variety of Silk cud bought them, but we have plenty more of

Goods. that are just ?no uccooding aws If they Legislatures got too burdensome Ito repeal! the to e Linen Parasol at folly ONE..TIIRD the same value and at the same prices.

-. and will w he State, Mr. Carter remarked let Lhan regnUr prloe.
.. India Linon, worth lOc. . . . . . : . .8c
> PARIS TISSUE-In very catchy styles; India Linon, worth 15c . . , . . 10c

a beautiful fabric; they sell for 25c; for 17.f>()Silk ParstoA aete S.i.1I'the$5 t'rtees-00. Whit Linen at tS.OS 40-inch White Lawn, worth 16c. .. . lOa

this week at . . . . . . . . . I lie \ .OO Slit Parasols ....U,.. \ 93.0O Woite, Linen at 9S.48 40.inch White Lawn worth 20c.1.3C
= $6,00 Silk Parasols. 1t3.9S( \ $2 GO "'bH. Psratols.1.WH ,
CHECKED MUSLINETTE The large S .M8ilk Psratols986OSUK #3.48 92 00 White P rs.oU. ,*1.4H' 45-inch Persian Lawn, worth 25d..19c
ParstoU . $1.78 Whit. Psratols. H1.39
cl"OSSbneffect, with beautiful designs and 45-inch Persian Lawn, worth 35c< 1'. . .2Sc

colorings; for this week . . . . . . I 15c Beautiful checked and fao'ey white 'goodi--the newest
most desirable good of the season Y V: .
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.FIGURED DOTTED SWISS-A dainty A VISIT T8 OUR SEC8NB FLail ;

wash! fabric; in great variety fitrures: \\'lUnuaho.oaa showing of Keadj-to-Wear Goods' 72x00 Bleached Sheets, worth COo. . . . ,......,.. ,.. .481xM <
will launder . . . . .'. . . 15c.. Yd nod Mlllln.r,...qoal to any city s'<<)... > Bleached Sheets, worth Me. . . .. ... .. ,u.. . .48*

RlxBO Bleached Sheet, worth Ito. . .. . . .. . ...... .. 92x44 .eQUAI1RILLE
nnSS-Ao Imported fsbrie. brought 2- THE PRICES ARE EXTREMELY LOW vise II oek Towel worth 2&s. . . .. . . .... .2117x34
out to .eU toe Mir; we own them under value j now C BeaoUfol Sblrt-TVaUU . . . . . .&P t. .I?.;O : Fringed Huak Towel worth Ife ... p.'.. .....11Fringed .
Be.otlfol Shira.Wain Suits , . v, . f a.US" .SO.OO Dojlle*. worth COo dos' .. . .. ..". ". 't.. .. . .:zee
,- '1AUREIUROAI)1E-Avery( d.lnt,. .ta..r.t-r"h llauttfn 8IU Jomper Salt* . . . 7.ti te t:..OOB .. .. .. ,.. j jwlM
bajtlful eolorlng S k valu.t for this! week ISc'JPt *..atfrnl Voile Hklrte.'. >E7.b t. f...OO Extra Sise Bed Spread worth S3.0O ... . ...... . .:. ..il.S !
Colors' : Black Bloe, 'Tau. Qr.,, White.. Extra Six.Bed Spread worth tl.CO. . . ........ .; .. .$1.15Y2laeb
'. ORCW MAURAH-A Rood serviceable f fabric with Children Cash Dr..*e. , &0c te t..OO Lla.o Sheeting wprth 'U3. .'. ....... ...... . .f l.OO
dainty panefD. and colors that are 15 -t A. ------ eo-lnoh Linen 8heetin..worth fl.CO . .: . . . .. . . .>91.15>
.', . . . .. . . , sn4 I 9v l:dId
fa" FINE MILLINERY UNDER PRICE. 80-Inch Lines Sheeting, worth t) DO. . .. .. . . . ,*1. 9Mtnch
any other fabric. not noentloneU that are beautiful. Colored LlDe... worth fiOe . . . .. . . .t+*




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THE. GATOESVILLir SUN: APRIL 29 1907

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: GA,1'fESVIL.LE I BUSINESS CONDITIONS.Is this one and that one of the Republican Plan are continually being mad 1, 936; Amy L. Days, No. 1, $S7,50a .

1=t.r politician, how can the President to farther immigration to the South : Mattie F. Da7 No. 1, $47.60.; MetA M- '

our boasted' prosperity based on hold down the Hd: no such a and one of the latest"-no* bgrn laid : Hearst No 1. $27.50; Emma P: Will--' ,

sound business, or in It bolsteredup pandora box of political evils'1 Calm before the Secretary for Commerce' and i tams No. 1* $27.50.; Lucy L. Murrell

.-.-__bfr--., a a&kJetrrlDe.1'\a.D.ss -. and at the mercy of the protected down1Vnv! It i* 'a wonder the roof Labor by Chav. Allen of Evansville. NO. 1. $"ST.9; Ida J. William No. 1. e
A4tof
.q+ar U er ; interests and the corporationsT There of the White House Is In place and it led. Mr. Alton I* a large landholderin $2760; Carrie Moore. No.1. $2.501|
+
r $) j are many Indications of a turn in the probably would not be If the whole the South and he want to Importa Minnie O. MM. No.1, $2?.50: Judith

F arso'veryesday and TbarsdayQalseerlllry business tide and that even the tariff truth of Republican corruption and lot of foreign farm laborers with P. Ra4ft.,., .Ko. 1. $SO.00.; Anm*.

: Florida protected trust are. feeling it and depravity was exposed! to a patient the understanding that they shall M Cannon. Mreedeea No. *, $K* Mla 1

It are refusing to raise the wage of their people. farm his plantation on shore The J, IUcb& &Od. t4berty Hill No. 6.SB .

-- and Publ'r I' workmen to keep pace with the increased It'* all very 'well for Dr. Day. from scheme Is legitimate enough and If $ ; William Wadlapn*... Hawthorne,

yccRE.tRY: _.Editor, t cost of living. The railroad his easy chairwith the Rockefeller It could be followed there are doubtless No. 7. $2&.oo; Mr*>?"jS'.:'L'; Madison* "t

'manager postponing Indefinitely! millions behind Mm and the trust many other Southern planterswho hawthorne. 7. $20J :-3., C. Jon*

f fJ" OF SrB8CJUP'I'IOlf I aU track construction' and other bl!. checks in front of him to advise the would be glad to make contract Archer No. 9, $25; Ida &: rant. Coleman .

sky-a.yi'eek SUM U a year; six provements not In course, of comple President to calm'down. He evidently abroad to have their farm workedon $25: W C. Page Gordon No. 13.

,,50o.. single copies, 60 r '.,: iron or absolutely necessary. ."Work does not know the',:worries and provocation the same conditions. But it looks $25; Janie E. Row. GordonkNo. 13,

'iDTlBTHINoBAWStlttTertiiement \ men ar
15 cents a line a dispatch from Chicago "and doe not appreciate' the rendingof law would be In the way of this 15 (2 months) $4166.; Cl: NArtson.

Inc and 10 cents for.each addl- wage of laborer who last year were the Republican faction nor the scheme and the matter, after being Jonesyllle No. 15 (3 month)f$33.33; _

!te". rtion. for .three- t receiving ?i".50 to' $2.25 a' day are political earthquake' that 1* Impend considered by Immigration Commissioner J:*;',C .Tlochelle. Jonesvllle I'lo.r15 (2. _

*ICdtdvertHements i1aINmont.hl at special rat .., j now accepting .from $1.75 to $1.50. ing. How can President Roosevelt Frank Sargent ha been laid months). $33.32 A. M. Smith., New '

? Upon application. 1-Track layers or steel gangs get from calm down 'when be Is sitting on aside to be referred to Secretary and Lake No. 17 $20; H. C. William**

hrai.hed and Death notices inserted $1..() to $1.60 a day or about 60 cents the cone of a political volcano that Strauss. { Green No; SO. 325.; G, B Wilson. Jerusalem . ,

Obitnariel, 5 cents, a line. I less than fait year." The same dispatch threatens eruption at any time ---- No. 32. $25; Susan H. Wilson :t

\ also Informs us that "1talan, 1 Financial Statement of the Board of Jerusalem No. 32. $20; S It. Wllaoo.I I

OrB CLCBBISO Lts?. Greek. Austrian and Belgium labor Charley: Conant, an old newspaperman Public Instruction Alachua Coun- Grove Park No. 35 $25, Carrie ls ,

(at mad the Thrice Week era ars:! now far in excess pf the demand and now a statistician and financial i 1 ty. Florida for the Month EndIng Child, Half Moon No. 43. $:0. Totar. ,

.TJ the Atlanta. Ga.I16S I 1i for them," for of course the writer of recognized standing April 2, 1907.. $748.30., ti

to wd one year.( 1 75 i poorest laborer Is the first dismissedand called at the White House to pay hi*I Hon. 8. H. Wlenges, Clerk Circuit Sundries. ? t.

gu J Conlmutfon and the Atlanta (Ga.) employer take their pick of respects to the'PTesldept this week.H Court. Alachua Count Pla. J. X.. Kelley. salary $100; J. 1. K.J- '

ttk )Journal one year. 1 60 those wanting work. la Just back ford Cuba and he explained Sir In compliance with Sections, .Jey} office $13; S. O. Barron. Road
Weekly I If thIs shutting down process continue the situation, as it appeared
80' onion 8eyear Chapter 4332 Laws of Florid we here. /field No. 45. $21.35; H. H. ttcCreary.: .
.. ... . 1 POr ,
to any extent there will be a to him. He say that both the local
by Bin with joa the following Itemised report, $4; H. II. McCr ary. advertising ,
period of great suffering next 'Will.tqr and the foreign government are
of statement of the r.;el..d hind Roadfield No. 54, $6; First Na
accept stamps atlraombjstion moneys
will act
Te In the greater cities for the In- loath to see the United State let r'+
than a cents. expended and warrants Iitucd during tional Dank. Interest. $56.64; The H. &
pour of Immigrant' still# shows no sign go of the Island for purely practical '
__ '- J "f '"-7' .-; r ;T1'; the month ending April 2, 1907 1 W. I). Drew Co. 6 nro. school warrants
Ml IIM I I of slackening. This congestion of reasons. Much money Is needed for '
$61; L M. Kelley stenograph +
Temple Graves will yet live laborer in the cities be In the which the
may a measure 'sugar crop on prosperity
Treasure Report. er. $40; B. O. Edwards. $3.25; R. 'D.
bli political gravelaboard and the of the island The banks
t palliated by large crop depends.
Peeler .
-- March 1, 1907. treasurer $17.98V.. W.
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offer- of the farmers to are perfectly to lend .
good by willing
10- Ex position 1 Join ; wages moneyon ,Balance last rport. . . . $3,065.20 Hampton, secretary U. P. W., $l47,75pJ. ;I
gather them. slut raw labor that the crop BO long as conditions are
Received of Dickinson collector Lv Kelley travelling expense, $15.
aftftJa, or take a chance: on the does not understand the using olTrnachtnery. stable. But they are not willing to'
7 mill*.. 2,366.85 Total, $55497.
i drum.j or handling horses and whQ raise a loan it there is danger of a ",, '
Received of Dickinson polls SPECIAL DISTRICT TEACHERS"A
,
r cannothspeak or understand English, revolutionary outbreak while the
Tin proceed to don our pnnabt. are not acceptable eo the relief must money Is still tied up In the ertftf?, ". 1905 .f ....
[ while others darn the pana come by the more Intelligent labor Everybody; knows there is not going Received (of Dickinson, polls. ( H. Olden Rechelle No. 8. $85;'
1906 . . 316.00
i eMI Job.ata seeking the farms and field, and thus to be any revolution so long as theUnited Annie Martin Rochelle No. 3, $4; Willie
Received from Croom.comp
., loosening the strain on those who rem States t* In charge of the la- troller State .V\ '931.50- Mclntosh. Rochelle No. 3. "'.1|

U to have a corset factory, iatn in the cities. It is astonishing land and so everyone Is anxious for .. ...... Nannie McIntosh Fairbanks No.3.
t to Mies of the Gate City do how 8ooU a small surplus. of labor this government to keep hold till af- $20; Annie Collins, Mlcanopy No. 15-
$6.685.55Lee
lwa to be troubled with fits. reduces wages causing misery\ in placeof ter the crop is harvested. And then $5; T. J. McBeath. Island Grove No.
surrendered, 3,927.04
- ---- prosperity when the prosperity depends they will want to 'do the same kind warrants 18 $20; Mary McBeatb Island Grove ,

:elect Hoke Smith of Georikta upon the hot bed system of office, till the next crop i* harvestedand No. 19. $Gi J. N. Overhult. Hawthorn

Germany studying the Im- protecting, industrial corporation by BO It will go. The Governmentdoes $2.758.51 No. 31, $75; Sallle J. Holden Haw ?
Add Orange Lane $10,, ands **
problem. Hock de Hoke.ator the tariff and pUblic. service corporations not want a perpetual job oflldslttlng thorne No. 21, UO; Eddie Roddick,.
Antioch $15 25.00
-- ----==== by monopoly. in Cuba. But It look a Hawthorne No. 21, $30; W. H. Ca.sells,

Foraker did not even The fact is the Wall Street element though} it were going to be very $2.733.61 Alachua No. 23 $75; Nellie 11. Prink..

i trouble to be polite In telling which control all the corporations ,hard to let go. Alachua No. '23 $40; Jettlo Putch,
Special Tax Districts.
Nicholas to run'away and. play. have sickened to death the goose that 1 Alachua No. 23, 940; Dula Woolf
March: 1-Bal I in fund. . . 9 565.36
t,, - ------ has been laying the golden egg, by With the fight In'Ohio fairly: started Alacbua No. 23, $40; T. K. Debose,

i-toun. havlnCl the opinions feeding her on stocks and bonds in it 1* only natural that the people March 6-Received "of W./:. D. Gainesville No. 26. 910; R. D McLin.
Dickinson collector 763.21
,
uj Insanity experts should now much greater amount than could be who have become used to something . 'I. No. 26. 95; May I* Darts No. 26,.

4 oat Inform him of hla sense of digested. Even the gold and currency doing every minute should be looking .* $1,328.89 ".150; Mattie F. Day. No.' 26. 92.50. ;

inflation ha not been. euCLJclent to for fresh Jleyeippmcnts. They are warrants* ..*... ," biota M Hearst., No 26, 92.50 13m-

---'- ;keen pace with the bogus prosperity! likely to conic In the fight* for Jthe ,Less _... . . ....225,82: .. ma P. Wllllamo, No S8" $3. 0j 1.. L.. '.

i South Florida Senator 'Is and a period of fasting Necessary Presidential' Wmraatlon and corBe Murrell No. 26, $2.50; Carrie Moore '

.lute eaten so many cakes report-re- to allow the goose to recuperate frequently. One of the next. ,things '\ _..,,.J1:10$7 f": No26., U. O;, Minnie Debose?; No.

Of that hs was seen cakewalk This*, must be:.accorapanleiirt >y' a slml that latexpected 14 ia etJoW'of hand. I : \ 26, $2.50; Judith P. ,Jlalney, No. .26,

til deep Jar: period of declining'+ ,r ces for In' the South, There have been a WARRANTS 'ISSUED. $5.00; Ella Fuqua, Lbchloosa No. ZQ* ?''

with reduced waged consumer* can number of conferences' at the White }White Tesehers. $10; Ella Fuqua Lochloosa No 29..

1 a week iaa----'passed' without not buy so freely, until there 1 Is an Houte recently with" Influential' men Nannie McIntosh, Fairbanks No. 5, $5; A. If. SpeJr, Stroble No. 31, $945.50 ;

,'mare official Inspections ,of the evening up between'"wages and prices. from the South and 'It Is thought that $20; R. B. Sanders, Jennings Lake No. Emily MoAuley.! Stroble No. 3i. $35p-

s Canal. We will never get The moral the public who will be the President will try to win the support It 935; Clara Thomas, Ear It on No. 14, C. D. Fielding Orange Height No.38,.

** tt thl* rate. the chief sufferers, should take' to of the negro vote now strongly $30; Annie Collin. Mlcanopy No. 15, 915; Elsie V. Smith. Perseverance No.

-----_ ------ heart is that tariff protection to Inclined to Foraker. Of course the $55; Clara Smith Mlcanopy No. 15. 43. $5; Marlon 1.. Kerr, Campvllle No.

1 the whiter-freight-- blockade. trusts and corporation will not 'pro-: white Tote. ofMhe, South will not fig T35; Sophia Merry.. Micanopyi1o.. 15 50. 950 M. A. Mcllae, Evlnston/ No.

Us, Is rapidly approaching when duce lasting prosperity, for ItA.* ure'largely") iq,,the" State primaries for $35t Art;. Lowman Cool Spring No 62, 935 JoVle Carleton Tacoma No.

Bonier excursionist will be Comm eventually disastrous to take from the the Republican nomination, and It Is 17 $40 Agnes Zetrouer. Santa Fn< 69. 9464 E. T. Allen Kewberry No.*

"t of the car shortage. many for the benefit of the few. And said that |he' outlook for the President No"5 45; Agnes Zetrouer". Santa Fe 73, $90; Minnie E. Lee, Uewberry.. <,'

that Is what the Republican system among the coldred voter Is not No 5. *!:?!!!fl FT McBeath. 'GalnesSjo. No. 72. 940; Ada Phllput. Rocky: ;

"M* the investigating idea 1* be- of so-called protection ,accomplishes. so bright a*' It might be. For In- .11 26 $ILl(); Guide MHIol1. rA r h. No. '76 $50. Total $978. J

WMidered, it would not be amiss dance Judson Lyons of Georgia :8, ::5; Ellen Wallace, No, 24, $60; pedal I District Sundries...

*'fltlpUl| the presence of several STANDPAT ADVICE TO PRESIDENT former register of the ,treasury 1* Mr W. p. Coffey. No. 26 $40; Mr*. FtaJlc D. Irwin Fairbanks 1>10. 5. ;y
* t supposed to be able to swing the W. No. 26 940 Serena
Cautbon
visitors I
to Tallahassee. $2.45; Phoebe )March Gainesville No. !
and he Is believedto
Georgia
of delegation
rfree advice when requestea u Sh ion No. ? " -- be for Foraker
I Alabama Hoo Hoos.; : known as rarely acceptable, and even the expensive or Fairbanks or anything No '6, "0. Cylla Kennedy No. 26 villa f\o. 26 sanitation -((3 njontbs)
to beat the President' choice
*** Cat Order, is In 'session. jcpunsel of lawyer and doc wl .effort made N9 Florence Balls, No. '26. 940; AnaCosta 912; If. II. McCreory. Bell No. $5.
< There to
-Itt i be otaetblng doing should tore 1* often neglected. Dr. JamesR. : JI be ,a trog nie No 26 $CO. Mabel adverting, $6. Total "910.45.It .
lineup tome J3f the .outbern State
Twelde Bar No. 26 ItO; Maud Lewis.
Syracuse ,
University.
to hold midnight Day. chancellor of lei Jt.
sessions. WCXK Ch'n. Bd. I'ub.Inst.
J for President Roosevelt'. nominee, ,
---- ,... > In a late Untie of Leslie'sWeekly No- 6,< $25 E11aA., Fugua LochlooMfc
but the outlook Just now I* none toqbright ; A. Loch Attest* J IK KSLLST. So. and 8opt.
Detroit glvee nls version of the Issue No. 4. $3Sjraia, FuqUA.
Free ; ,
Press says: )Ia 'there I. anything doneit
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uae of Chicago of the panic and Incidentally 'land'If Ion r:'o .*'Jf'i'; J>>nl* Ford. Mont
will be the UrBtf. peeditobe ,
11Ift., 'onr-year term'In that of- tenders hid advice to President Roose- will done quite speedily a N .,J' US; C. IJ. "'eldln.r.Or .

PtrhaPinot. lie may get sick velt. MWe are overloaded *i3:: Dr. "Fort Myer," say The Times-Um ;t! J '*'in No. 29, $35; Elsie ivi cNEiOt + 't
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' Job. Day nUI about every form of business Ion "1* full of the spirit of Improve v. nit I >f Perseverance No. 43, $15:
\ If .'Mann, High Spring No. 47.CMUy .
---- I* outlawed. We have so many meat Its people are proud of their I

SpOoner' toga Is being law and so many sniffing commissions city and alive to its opportunities.They & se McWatter, High Spring I'.aa" In FIRLtt aadUAItl'KI
by special and assistant No 7 "0; F.thellQad. High Spring*. hFKl.
ten so
candldatea, but It 1. many are {irking ,..te.to build a seawall ..
No. J, ,92975: Julia McCredle, High -
Nobable the arocecuting attorney barking on the
twinkling ot the and boulevard along the river
9111 be Ccent that the business man today Apr ,;s No, 47. 935.; Marion Kerr
discussed during the'- two mile In length. The owner of Speci 1,1i..=
Cact. cannot tell from one day to another Campvllle No. 90, 915; O. W. Freeman
\ property abutting' :on; the proposed herd Caetalesp#.
Steely
Stoke No. 64, <40; Annie Owfnn.
'- whose law be 1* violating.: If PresIdent bou sward, to. be made by filling in '..p,..," Arllegiers HWU 8pl. C.-.
\ Cleveland No. 65. $20 Janle M. Crane.
;
a Roosevelt want my suggestionfor cum" ,
Proposition 1* that of behind the seawall have agreed to ;
Moor to prohibit the a remedy of evil- would say to two-third Grove Park No. 1$. $30; W. V. King.Waeahoota I.0r f.ln of total cost the
T1y editor from ly.don't him 'Calm down Study Washing pay the No. 71. $5144; Delia Jolly. Hilt ) ..... Let iee.OlUe .
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b* Delude the law* town to pay the remaining third by
Tbey ton's farewell address, a* a caution Cooler.: Pond No. 30. 917.6$; Lottie
have U
the editors beaten bonding, borrowing or other** '
Tetter. Rolling Bluff Ko. 63. 930.Laeretia zees Maim 8s-P, k.O .
a.J1II ;
the
the misuse of: constitution -
and against
In toe will be deeded
nobody blame thrm,- return town a "PTT'YroP .
St. CUIr, Italic No. 37. 930. p -
Go faith
raa r study XJ mighty'
; : jpto boulevard
, eral 1 .._,_
and superb patience and his charityfor Florida town and Leslie May, Dutton No. M. $17X0. 'f"I a

Senator- Beard+ 'wswe. deUver-' all; study :AleXlnl"pbUoeopbJ. cities to deserve among the crown of beauty Beecher Rntledge. Tyler No. t%. $32; :*NInJaM11'lreraap-- .. .l'FM 1"11'
.... f&rnooa cal, practical sound sense and give T. J. McBeath. Island Grove No. 1*, LESU. ,'. lH: w r
: address la be- 1* a good thing for the people! In hm.e.e.r.Jhs saw.4,
K1Is l.franchJslng ,bill, a thexpeople a rest. The evils are to many wan Not only doe It serve $+$; Mach F McBeath.. bland Grove I ,. IJSat.g ee.....a.Je
negro No. $ W. E. Bell. Waldo No. 24, a&JM. /r.s ......, re
the corrected by the force of public 1 f35. ; .I: .'
be :
>vT.f gallery wo heard to to leave a lasting: !mj rbm on the tier I),. .." ...I'1..01."
$100. Alice BtrlckUnd, Waldo No. ,... I. ;s;
a Lord sentiment acting sanely and calmly e '" .q"
aint grwue trawl winter visitor and thus advertise the e. ... ..'- Cnnybesi.5.014bfZ .
prna
,555 au IQJr hack, case he- agtnW and they will vanish away Into regions State abroad but it makes an environment 34. 940. Luella Belt Waldo Ko. 94, \M: n..r. .... by... n .-

t. whence 'com* all dUtuit>ing gbost' of beauty for the residentwhich ., 12$. Claudia Ambrose'. Waldo No. 24 r ..'1cYir.ti.rct.l.1.: : sA f!!

How the 940; Herbert; 8p tr. treble No. 21., .--. W, T s..51
* e Jumping Jeoeophat can reduce., the spirit and leads to 4Mir.Hfar1i spd
"** Atlanta Georgian 'President "ealnv, dowp." with Warrixaan the forming of nobler ideals, which $ .25. Mary G. Foster Spring Hill No. - -- --- -- -

deHre to get in on the telling tales out of school and again reaction the environment by inducing .40. f 40;'Marie E Mann, Hlgb Spring, OTT'S

Dste between The Washington the ghost of the strumpet of cmT'Dp"tJoa rt-ftldenta' to pay still more at No 47. 9S-2S Orrl Pratt. Orange PBNUIROYAL P ,

esd Tae RnRKfM. JbsL anent stalkmg In nested horror throughthe tentloo to improvements which are Lane No. 44. 949: Mabel JUH. Road- g.l. e..rd ..hrbie, U.yeveeee..e
iett M (2 ttontbs) $70.-Total weekne...in.
field
of No.
strawb.rrl all the" tennis court meritorfoo ,
vm. shad land-with from either a sanitary -. .
1a ttts jt 1* a deal bet- cabinet: rushing to tile White Noose, esthetic standpoint.1 91.947.35. ;:: ..::;::" h."W:

54 ti itng to yersuad. 3fr. aD boon wick t1ss of a p1c4"aadeco Negro Teacher .Me'Tft+ ALfM1.>ti..
at *li - ------- seed MDreesl.re sed.,..Ide.cb.eMes .
t'omlaat. **r, Roosevelt for trMOn **4 IHBV raising ,tale For fibs beet printed etaUolMr at E petoe*. 11&100T No. 1. c...C1..M.4.ow.

r-( ... of the stoat**,'iisHya'< Kafttac of ...eet. 'yHeis oaH. at Tke; Boa oItJce.i 940! ; R. D. MeLfa, ZfeJcn:: Jtesl> ay No. ..,. sr 11',u it xiMa7 ttish. 8w......J'1*

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THURSDAY'S DOINGS HARD ROADS NOW


. AT TALLAHASSEE FORJiAST END Women's' Pains



Eoad- Teams Transferred Prom
Senate HOUSE
$ottl and Lower
=I'; Hogtown Creek to East End. "I was a total wreck," writes Mrs. Beulah

Were Kept Busy Paring Day of Oregon; "from pains; I had
,/r,,, I, Rowley, Champoeg :
f"':';' ROAD TO PRAIRIE CHEEK for month. Sometimes I
;MANY IMPORTANT BlLMWertt years, every
I '... would be unconscious for 12 hours at;,a stretch. I

_(':. Introduced-Some Passed. Commissioner Padrlck? Will Pu did not know that anything could stop the pain

chlnery to Work and Proposes to entirely, but Wine of Car ul did. I advise all
r, Among Which Was Bill of;Benatoi r
EVERT IIOUSEWIFB .hnuld bnr in Push Work as Rapidly. Possible, women suffering with painful perio'ds use Car
Amendment .
i- McCreary<< Relative fo UU.UUALSEU".JlE.TL U FLATa. ; .
4
r;' to Charter of City of Gainesville .Jto Economical Mud ",..,&.1ca1. Itt -ttard Roads Now the Order1 of Day. dul and be relieved. .-

{ 1"""'e.Us"' cost in a flittrfc tune.1iY. The road camps which have ,ofeen the functions
\ The Senate was called to order a -.- It] does this by regulating and
located the creek road
; on Hogtown
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'10 the& m.chaIr.Thursday, President' .'. HarriiIn e E., BROWN tor the past few months, where 'the- toning up all the Internal female orfns.to health.It .

c team' has been doing 'some tine
After the usual opening' ceremonies! Archer, Florida. work has been ordered by Commissioner .. Is a pure, specific, reliable, female"remedy, witha
w.r' ,
the following among the new -
Pedrick of this district to take record of 70 of
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bills tntroduCEdC"\;" :* A bill to be entitled an act prohibiting the work on the roads In the years TREE!: !: ADVICE
up
By Mr Cottrell:-To organize a the employment of minors undera eastern section with the result that success. It has benefited Writ. .. a lathe'_r' AMCriblng all
1..r symptom, and will ttnt
county court In and for the county of you
certain age la factories workshops, been Frc A4v\ !. ta.led rnvekx\ .
has
the team transferred to p'al. *
: Lafayette to prescribe the terms bowling alleys, barrooms, beer a million others., A dr...t t.d>K Advteory Dcp.rtn..,.
gardens a point on the ,Gainesville-Prairie Tu a..t.......MNk/a c...Chatta-
> thereof and to provide for a judge and and places of amusement' ;where Creek-road, .about four tithes to the Why not you? Try it. -" Tos
r prosecuting attorney and to provide Intoxicating liquors aresold, and, In I
eastward of
this city.
for their salaries. As ibis was a local or about any'mine i iI .
or Quarry, wasread
; This team which is under supervision
bill the usual procedure followed. the third time in full, and on roll I of Foreman T. R. 'waits' proposes Sold by Ev ry Druggifet in $1.00 Bottles.
';,. Senator Cottrell moved that the rules call passed 12 to 10. .
to begin at once the construction -
?': be waived and the bill was read thesecond I Senator Broome, Is a few eloquent; of a hard road from .

time! by; title and the thirds words referred to the fact that lug off" point to Prairie Creek, a .WINE

time in full and on roll call passed i Friday was a legal holiday, and a distance of about three miles. 'it is CARDU111RF '

':by vote of .24'4to 0, and action of Senate I memorial day, In honor of the dead proposed to make this road of clay
Immediately; certified to the House '
of
heroes the South and moved that and gravel as there is an abundanceof
By; Mr. McCreary. -To provide for f when' the" Senate adjourned It both alonfr the route. Clay and
'; the keeping of a record by all firms' should stand adjourned In honor of the
r gravel makes an excellent material, '
fall sales of dynamite and providing Established 26 Years
day until Saturday; morning at 10 hence this stretch of road will
'for:failure to keep' such record.!
o'clock. The motion was carried.
of those who
provo great benefit to
t We handle the
,: By Mr. reary-Amtondlnc' general After the transaction of some have occasion to use It. ,

!,+ statutes, relative to amendments otner business on special order, the The road leading westward from Best
r.,to charter of the municipality:! of Senate adjourned until 10 o'clock the ,University buildings was con. Machinery
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Gainesville miles were waived an4 Saturday morning I ,. and number
strutted of a combination of clay our customers by the
%::.111. read second and third time and ?
THOUSANDS. Our tales In
and soft rock better known as. marl IMO
;;yavaed.By I' IN THE HOUSE. I.i This road .has given excellent serv amounted to Nearly Half a Million Dollars. Write<< for catalogues cia

._, Mr. Hudson-WTo amend ,Section The House' was called to order at Iceland If the same material .can ,be savn von money: f We have no connection! In Jacksonville, Fla, -
51 of'general statutes, relating to 9 o'clock Thursday morning and after secured on the east there is little" Your immediate or future needs can be supplied by us. Address

itural oyster beds. prayer by Rev. Mr. Pruitt of Tallahassee doubt but that the thoroughfare will
j .b..LSS-S: OO J :I A :r.q--y
:By Mrl McCreary!" -To .amend Sec- and correction of the journal, be lasting and satisfactory. :

''tfon. 3188 of general statutes, relating the body proceeded to business.! Commissioner Pedrick states that 4lSoath Fortjth Street. .. .. .. .. ATLANTA GA
a. throwing of' dynamite or other ex-: I The following were among the new ne proposes to build the road."nowtn
plosives Into waters In this State
any bills presented:
contemplation the quickest time
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'lor the purpose ot killing fish. I \1117 Mr. Farris'. of Duval-ProvidIng possible. He will employ the traction

Messages from House. penalties for corporations and'peraon.I engine and road machinery as ABSTRACT & REALTY COH/M/

"- I, connected, wl).b. them; .committee on. as well as the teams, and hopes to ,

>: entatives their consideration followed corporations.By give the people coming from that '. tZc.oorPoX'atoec11
| as the next ''order of business Mr. Geiger of Lafayette way a fine road from Prairie ,Creek "',

,;_4'\'Yarlou.\ House bills were properly; against Inducing consent of parentsor to Gainesville a distance of about E. E. VOYLE. MGKR.Abitracts .

|referred to Senate: committee. > guardians. On motion of. Air' seven miles In a short time.' ,of Title and full information furnished regarding land la tat
: House concurrent resolution pro"Ing Geiger it was read''' a second time ecnntjr. Opr manager has lived In this county thirty yean and

't''\,) ; for joint meetings of certain i under suspension of rules. It applies ANNIVERSARY SESSION. la thoroughly conversant with land titles.EL .

,, Senate and House committees were., to children under 16 .years of

::adopted. -- ate. It was referred to committeeon Center Lodge Now 11,1. O. O. F., Had :EJ -VO' LE.
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Senate bill No. 113 by Mr. Crew/-,-I ,engrossed bills. Big Time Thursday, Night. ,
'(Providing for teachers' summer train]" By Mr. Paul of Holmes- Relating Thursdayevenlng the members ot FIRE ACCIDENT BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURANCE. Benrt.
I to pensions. .... number of American and English oompanlet.
stagschools following the usual order Center Lodge No. 11. I. O O F.. seating t> prominent
By )Ir. Paul of Homes) -Ilelatlng REAL ESTATE AND-CITY LOANS.
rules read the
fot waiving; the was In commemoration of the eighty- .... '
1 second and third Ume and on roll to supervisors ot registration eighth anniversary of the order rnvited C3"air ---t.e .' .E ].Orl.dB
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Call passed by vote of 21 to 0. Mr. MaoWilliams at his request the members of Cofax: Rebekak

v Bills 'on Third ReadlgQ. ( was excused from service on the com lodge the ladles' auxiliary and the Sass M, G1UJIAX. President H. E. TJLYXOB Cashier
mlttea to visit the asylum and )Ir. G.o. W. HTD. Vloe.P'.lldenl LZJ OBJLITAM. Cashier
'XVillls result
On motion of Senator rules was a most enjoyable evening.
Willie of Gadsden, was appointed In
were waived and bllla on third. reading During the evening .dellclonst refreshments -

.,here'taken up his'Under place.the head of special. order consisting! ot Ice cream! THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
t" \By .).Ir. Adams.-Amending Section cakes: and fruit Mere served.
House bill No. 229. by Mr. Regl.ter.ot '
*M.; general statutes Chapter 22: of Jlaml1toq-tncr the pension The refreshment committee, M. B.

|*..te ot Florida relating to guaran- of Hamilton Saunders, N. R. Carter and Robt. Me- I OF G.A.XJ::::rmSV-rLLE.::
of John Jl. Perry county
MecJDab.l.. of fertilizers; was read Clellan,**sbowed great ability In this
from |9A $300. )Jr. Register
a.'tblrd In full and passed! 23 per annum line and those present are under obligations *
: time moved that the bill be placed upon ? . . UNITED STATES DEPOSITOR . .
to them for the tnagnlflclentspread.
''0.
third reading under suspension of
:' 'Senate bill Ko. 83. by Mr. lIarrisrr .
rules. Mr Register explained the condition Capita . $100,000 00 ,
of the pensioner and his rec Surplus 00
. 20,000
t Itl r3a.t :
wanted the
r ord. Mr. Willis of Levy
a
unfortunate soldiers to have' all they Interest Paid on Savings Accounts' and Certificates of Deposit. All Business

ST I were entitled to, but feared the procadent Transacted Promptly.
that would beNstabUshed- H. E. TAYLOR.Cashier,

the passage ot the bill. He thoughtthe I
,.tc, 1tL rule should be general. Mr. Farris IIvJsIa11i(

M Mr. Register and Mr. Parkinson ANt VITALITY

spoke in favor of the bill. Mr. 'Watson &HEALTH avrorxi s*

favored" this bill and would let xi aaxav ix xzw m JPXLL&
succeeding Legislatures to repeal the The great Iron and tonto pill and restorative formeD and women.product
Women+ strrnrtb and vitality, bulKU up the jsiem and renews the n.rmal vl:or.
laws at'theT got too burdensome to .4 briofflnghealth! !happiness. no doses Insrboxn I"or.alebyandrv 'u"
the State. )Ir. Carter remarked sufferers' AFTER USIIU or?*e'"i1 tt"11 it,.securely wrapped PB receipt of pda 41 1.00 ncr bos,
oboxe* for *3.OO. lr. l'oU' Chemical )0.: Oevei cJ. Obao.

A carefulwife pension her that bill no being one repealed.Mr. ever! heard. of a should use I', FOR SALE BY HIU O. W. TASXER. HIGH SPR15GS FLA.

will '. Rlchbourg of Walton suggested
always the members each contribute $I : t.re.r'jo I "' dif

keep suppliedwitfiT for this particular case, rather than I

establish. an objectional precedent. ...... -...... J

)lr. Reese of Eacambla made an DON'T I 1) You Are Insured. (

BALLARD'SSNOW eloquent speech In favor,of the bill yourself to be miserable. II .
!! on its merits: Mr. Wartmann also Why suiter from severe headaches .
which passed :"by have fainting spells I, ,
favored the bill was ,
liver .. Jf" a Company that la Responsible Have a'Poliey Correctly
LINIMENTA a vote of. yeas 62, nays 1, the negative and needs be attention.fretful Try Your B1erbte t I,. Written With I4b rafitr of Policy Contract and the Company "

vote being Mr. Johnson. the groat liver regulator. -. Pays Lo.a s Promptly .,II.- ,
Positive Cure For The House adjourned until 9 a. )n. "
Constipation.BWou- I 4 ,
Rheumatism Cub Old Sores. Friday. CURES Chats and Fever and
: Sprains. 'Wounda Stiff! Joints. avH nlr Complaints. I= You Are AssuredThat ,
Cr* Uunlooa and all IDs.JMB Cured of Rheumatism.Mr. .
Mrs. E. O. Morrison. Hows- t
KNO'S.fl'll.'C. VTm. Henry of Chattanooga. ton rt"eXAA. write t ll: barn ao serioos lore can overcome JOG without you' have$owsrefuge.
II. Buuyoh, SUin- rnn.had rheumatism In his left arm. auttered for yeans from severe I '..... \
b.-ry. Drs writes .I haves "The strength seemed to have gene he daobeadixatneaa and JI' ,
uee4Ht,=owLlnimentandcan'tany fainting vpells. I received
'enuurRh for it, for ltheu.tetiuust oat of the masales so that I Ii' was useless no relief until I tried Uerblne, I
all meudicine !. for work" he says. "I applied and was eotnpletoly cored. XIUM : t) Fire Life Accident and Healtk lisirance.
unful to Chamberlain's Pain Balm and wrapped it always.BHArd ." ,
Rave" tit the house' '' I the arm In flannel at night, audio tny "PR1CI1 SOe. ,

"f lirt. SUes 25c SOc. $1,00aiiaid relict t found thafth*. pain"gradually Snow Lteleaeart Co .) '. Xon but Reliable Companies prs..a'ed. \

B Snow UIIilt Cn. I.fc'me and she sircagtb rtnraed. Xathree . JIU. rl
weeks th( theamatistn had dlappeared 5T.2. UI*. 0

ST.._ LOCIS.gdM SO.., and bat not sloe. returned..** .3. : M. C 'U ::1U1: ..K.. N, ,
If troubled with rheumatism tryaf w I
applications of Pain B.lm. Too aR. ) Iaforauatlees ei. "ILLFLOitWAw.
.rlu117 haaWLecl. it
..iwl'Recommroded by "nala to be ,1.u.d) wlvh the relief >i44 ad P0iidid bywe 1 .
.ot*a "a 'onS.. For salt fcf all drug I .A
. ',it M.",*MfJhfrtil. .!..****. -e. JL..MII YS..4 .....rvl'leto +. '''''.t1!'.. ,.

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:EVEZN3 iF3 o.%. DEI LEGAL X0TICK rna PUBLJCATfONDbad .
I Thp Cause of 11anySudden t. ADVERTISEMENTS.

FISH INDUSTRY O See! 1\t' .:ntMtv'Ho.. rTa.A. ..
[ THE ..'t .i I Mf\,
Deaths. NOTICE-SHERIFF'S 8ALE.K .
ROBT. O. BOWERS N... ta herebyi! a' .' oapenee
'DR. .tte. i. hereby given bas under ...... I.tuses oi, U I.", :0,'t ..' t .......m of
Will BE REVIVED There is R disease prevailing! in Pi II aDd by virtue an execution issued leSs An s.M :iio.: u.'r! Of
country tutostdan rout becac.e su dcoc'n- NaeD.r i States ol t'i. ;,trnla OrVablntoa *-
'out of the Circuit Cuurt of Florida .
DBNTI3TOffice goa.e a. .. \ Territory"
aa
t \-e. )Inn <;r ) EtRfcth Judicial Jiremt. to aod forLlaetaua uf1'114' ._ nubile land vtav** by.... '
deaths sire c-au-rl of AuatNt4I' I Nicholas J harry of N -wAtaehwa -
Are.Agai11 Happy on by it-heart .h ia- Ia Uller Law Exchange 000.1 Kurt a judgment rendered berrv.eoeset of State of Ftor!.la.
TBbe1' , in the of Justice of the bar thla day tn*& ta Ibis oboe bta worn data
1i. cafe. pntsuwe>utoar i>,1 -- J Pewee tKon District of Alaehua stern No e&e. rorsfce Berohae or tae Sw 1-4

Account of Recent'8aizi.i Lean failure Office Phone,Jo. ::''ZG'; ResidenceKo. 184TB. County, Florid, in favor ..f Frank. K of She .No iei. TP. ILO.le Ii" ". No is K.. aad
f Altodtcttthee will on. r proof to abow that the land sought ia
U result of Udney ; ,..'., ,.l.. . ', "Wood. plsitititT.aud aizatut D f Oa*.- Inure ...:uable for ft* timber or stone than forkitrtoiUiural "
j 11 : set, defendant, a duly n-rnDed Iron..erspt U'1'Ot'.1Id to *'''.bIbb his
AND STREAMS RISING [ diaca* If .' ,. whereof recorded 308of ol1ta N. aid" taal. bi&r s ?AerMter .... Reo-
tAKES :1 is nt pace Oliver <... .
kidney! trouble % .at TUi* lien,. pa laurwla. the
Foreign Judgment Book Nu.I, ,
allottrdtasdt'atlbe Sib day ">rjuae IIWT ".t
; Jolt.. ... Records of Alsciioa county. Florida..aid U* nama aa wUneaaeaf Roy Lan ford.

H h Were Dying for Want of Water, eJ tArliduey-poisdrt; blood tti11 S,,.! 9Z: .',.:., .... execution bemat h.o"0 all an talnrular Lewis.U of' N.wbern anford..Kla Cat,Nlpp n.V,A CUaia Nipper.

Recent Rains Have Caused catarrh of : $ the h.nff, of tbe Slate of Any and ail pvraoaa Blain tas adTra,. the
But tack the vital organs causing ;VV i* Florida T, LV.. Fenoell, sheriff of .aoora-dvmortbed l.nd..re r *tiM ted,"to m*
Lake. to. Rise-Full bladder or the l.idnethem) ly es'break ATTtfRNEY-AT.LAW. .. their elaima la
Streams' and the .Alsehua Florida have levied thisomo*on or before. said eut
down and waste cell by cell. county day of June I* T.wd \
Force Will Soon B* at Work Again. Bladder troubles almost away always result A ,J:.: : ... upon and will sell at pub'te! outcry on HENRYS. CHIJff9.Itestst r.
the ---------
Monday, 6ih day of May,A. JD. IftOT
while U1e hare ftom a derangement of the kidneys anda FLO&tD4 NOTICE OF ,
The recent rains, G.A.l1iKSTnu, between the legal hours of Bale of said APPLICATION FOR TAX
great deal of help to the cure Is obtained quickest by a propel'treatment : day before the court house door at DEKD UNDER SECTION P dr CHAPTER
of a feeling
kijnes. If
t peen of the you are I
Gainesville Florida to the highest 4808. LAWS Or rUORIDA.Nolloe .
will
of this section, prove tuaue mistake
no by
can
badly
you
growers sod beet bidder therefor for cash !. nerebv
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given that Id.t. ".>
engaged the
equally as helpful to those taking Pr Kilmer's Swamp-Root J. W. PATTON the following described lands towitt faeiurlnv Company purohaavra of Tax Ortia-

fishing business, as the down. great kidney, liver and bla to the corrects inability to bold urine and A, O. ,.".. have flied call. oartlaoate ia nay
will tend to sweltthe lakes and pain in passing it, and overcomes ...Civil Engineer and Surveyor... lying and being In Section 84, Township onto.. and karat mad aintttoaUon' for tar deed
pour
of scalding '.. sever South of Range nineteen 'o (Issue In aooonlance with law K.M eerttajate -
stream In th-.. community many that unpleasnnt necessity of being DULER..L.nE..lL ESTATE East aud situate In erot>ra *a the followIc<< described prop-
Alsehua
rWch. had almost gone dry duringthe compelled to go often through tu. day, I. Florida. county. ._', "Tty', altuaied la .laobu.O."IIU. r fl4...toHw -

long and continued drought, with and to get np many times during the Prompt attention to all bntineea The name levied upon as the pibp' ; 1-4 of Nw I'4 See tv Tp M S. Ian 11-40erea
night. The mild and the extraonliuary Office flint door Norih of ThrsfherVoffice. &
fishermen were of the laid D. P. Chester and *
erty :
the result that the effect of amp-Root is soon realized. P. O Box 183, Gainesville*. Fla lobe The &aidaDd belrur aanefwed at the date of'

Buffering as hundreds of men are employed It stands the highest for its wonderfulcures cost sold. to satisfy said exejottoo. and of the T Imuanoeol H.'JUlka.TJnlena snob certlitoate ta tbe same ,

In this Industry In the vicinity of the most distressing canes. This Ap,112nd. 1907 said certificate shall toe rsdeemeet aotortUnir I
Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and is Zt to law tax deed why t-wua tbereoo oa. ;
of Gainesville.One sold all druggist in fifty-cent and Jf: 1s: I... W. FK1't2C1CLI.-' the akb dcy of Ucg A. 11. Iii>>
'Industries by Sheriff of Alaehna Florida. \\ omeklyybature and aealtkia
of the most Important county. :;rbd.'J't
dollar sue bottles. You have a tx
nUe-- may the Ai rU. A ItWT
In Alachua county Is the fishing sample bottle of this wonderful new die- OWKK & ROYAL and T B. Er.tliJx., H" M WJRNOF9

Industry. Up to the time when t'O-ery: and a pok. that tells all about it, Attorneys for Plaintiff.roancwsuaz ha Clerk-Circuit----'-Court Alaebua Co.. Fla--,- ".

both free mail. Address, Dr.i1t CORN WHISKEY '
sent by t
and lakes went '
many of the streams titer & Co., BinRhamtou: N.Vlleu OF" UORTQAQC.la ., NOTICE OP ArruoATtox FOR TAX

dry and others were very/ low. writing- mention reading this generous the Ctrenlt Court of the Eltcbtb Jodlctat Circuit DttCD UNDEUl SECTION 9 or CHAVfm4M
of choice fist \ of Florida, In and for Alanbua County I.A\VS 01" Fi.OniDA.
thousands o.t pounds offer ill this Don't make any
paper. -la Cbateery-Airs. Tootlo H Mc< r*.r(irTeiry.
caught and shipped dally and mistake,butremcnilver name. .an'p. Y.GU wan'. .0 are making a by track I* Hall, her next friend, Notice U hereby given that E. K. \ Go.pureb..r .
were and the and MarahaUO Terry, her bu ; ... Cowplalnanta. ofTa. Certtfloat No. W. dated tbs
these fish were considered .by con Root, Df. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, Special leader of va CII_ \y ""hUe.' at,. !)*- atb day oS May A IX .I *|, baa cued KaUoerttrtoat
most del. ..:!(1rePI BinghHin, N. Y., ou every '.adpU-ForeC'l.oeul"tl. of loIor ..... ia my olttoe. and bH* made appllca*
tiniR eures to be among the bottle. ,- ties for tax deed to IHHU' la acaordano* whit' t
It U ordered that tbe defendant herein law. WaVt erB.ata eiabra
*a tbe too
i t.d; the country.
In
toothsome named. wbo are non>re.Mvnt* ot the Htat of .o.lar" ".ao"b404 inoiHurly altuatd la Alaobuaoouaty
NORTH CAROLINA Florida, town: Tile UYarcHera' Innuratt .
The fish were shipped to many points. Florida tacit:
MOVEMENT OF CUKES. Company a corporation under the laws of HW i 4 and NW" a.. *f S* 1-4 See Ifs Tp. f 8, ''
principally Macon. Atlanta and Cln Conbeotletlt. reatdlrv In lb* cllr of Hartford, R. 15-5)1 aorea',
State of Conn.rtlout. UaroM Fuwtar, Uorw
The said laDd'beJnr aaaeaaed at the date1. of
dnnstl, where they always broughtbig Several Hundred ,Crates Have Been MOUNTAIN DEW. thy Fowler Asses kwlrr, OitwaM" F"wJ.rand the tMiuane of mob eertliloate la the name
Erie Anderson Fowler realdentaat No WKa of John W Hurrourba.Unlana .
prices. Point. >,.wotb attest la '11ft city and State of New acId oertiaoate shall he r.deeaeda60erdtne
from
The drought lasted to such an extent 'Shipped Rocky / York: fcj aaor Hewitt and her huaband. Kit to lee, tai deed will fwtue thereoa
Very old I four full quarts for 13, exprecs ward H. Ue.tn.IeoLa at No T\& Nn.'bl"ersolW
from the < tha>thday of A U
that the fishermen, who had big i The cucumber movement prepaid, and Mrletlx complieswith .,"", Uto. FluablDir State >of New on Wlttiena nay :1l.. n IJf.u4 Salthis

Interests at stake began to look j Rocky Point section has begun and the rat" Food L .w. This is an Fowler York: ,that Robert Emily Henry Fowler Fowler Artbur and Emily AII"'tor.OQ' An the l.tb. dQ ot April. A. U. l* lWlr..NQES

blue declaring that the lakes \were the yield promises not-onlY to be exceptional. value and a trial order w* demon Fowler In their own right and aa oleo pd, rierlc Clroutt Court A 1 Alaabua Uo>.. *ia.NOTICR .
I and the know will please. von, or your money utrix a&idexe tttoraof the last will. ot Andaroo ......_ ,
going dry and that they would be. good, but the quality superior FOR : Fowler' deeeaaed. realdenta at No. tw East

unable to fish much longer. However . prices In... roportlon. refunded. BEND PRICE LIST mtb rtrect city. and elate of New York! end or APPLICATION FOR TAX
Itch Chan AV. W bite renldent of State
a the DEED UNDER SECTION I OP C8APTKR
the rains have now remediedthe While the truckers as a rul State more tban sixty days trier to the Rimy
situation and operations may be not yet begun to ship one grower 0. 517619 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville Fla. of bill bo ao
resumed as the fish will soon recover P. Cannon, it ia Bald, has shipped pear to the Wit of Complaint In this oaa.dated
or before Monday the flth day of May- ::iZ"or.del' the etb day of July A .IX littt baa lied *aUertincat4ii
from the rE'Cedlnawaters.. about 100, crates, all of which have I It ta further onlered that a copy of ray onto*. art baa made eppltoa*
NOTICE OFA'PTLtOATIOIC FOR TAX be published -ivoe a week for four ovnaeeutlTe lion for tat deed to Issue la aooordanee wit'
have realized
will which
and
The usual force of fishermen been fancy, DEED! UNDER SECTION 9 or CHAPTER weeka In The ualneavtlle ban. a law Haiti e.r\Uh iate embrsdta tb* faliowlaif6aorlb

again be employed, and the Industry good returns. 4888. LAWS 0V FLORIDA. bew.parer publltted"' a" _lei oouatr and htaleTbla .i1 inror*rty altuatedln. Alaohna eoaa.
ISib day of Marobva I,. Florida' teeth:
will be resumed Ita former Import Cucumbers In the Northern market Noltae U bereby Btren that J. P. Fry pin- 8, U: WIENOE. Nw M of 1\: w M ".... s. Tp C a.. R. n40
to chaser of Tax CerxIQcataa No. *I5. *H and lies.dated Clerk Circuit Court. Ala ttua Co.. *"U. !
at from $3 $5 a
ance. are now quoted tbe Srd day of July. A. T>. IDUI. baa flied A true oopy'of orl ilnal. f acre.said land belfttf aaa4MwA at the date of
crate according to size and quality. acid oerUDeatea in toy. onto, and hasmade ISeall K. H, WIKNORS. Clerk. the l..auaneof web oeri.ifloas ia the a am*,
application for tax deed to tees 0. 'r. ORKRN. Oomi "., .' oolloltorNOTJCR of VV e'. ItillmaoUalam .
APPRECIATED THE MUSIC. Beets are alpO moving from the In accordance wltb law. Said erUAeatea. _m- a>ld eertl,oate ahal he redeemed i -
Point brace the following d.r1be4 property altu-. FOR PUIILJOATIO.vhLaad eordliur to I ;. tax dd wW issue tbrreuu ot)
Rocky aeon.ACTUALLY aced la Alaebua county, Florida towlnN tb. y : Mar It IBU7,
Prominent Attorney Donates Checkof l-4of Sw li of tiw 1-4 Seo. It Tp 11 li.. OtOee at GslnearUio. .,... tlin:M tar oO 4.i "+*..tore aAd veal this.
R. 18-10 a rea.Nw A poi 1. IWT the Srd day of April. A. U it >7M ,
$10 to Show His Appreciation. CURS CATARRH.It i l-4of H* l-4of Swt. 8eC' IS.Tp It s.. Notice ...h..by r*.en itch In rotouliaaoewltk JI tri>: tlW
8.114--10 the vrovMonit of the act of Consroaa of pd Clerk Ot' !IJ". Covrt Aiachu'aCu Via.NOTICE .
As a token of his appreciation for : $w 1-4 of S* I.4 of Sw ... See. 18. Tp. It s.. June S, iitTH. S the excellent music rendered by" Mrs. ti* one-thing tb Claim! but another a.1t-waore. Umber laada .la the Htatea of CaUforata Or- '
Nevada .at| Waahlnston Territory." axteoded OP APPLICATION FOR TAX VnEKU
aaneaiefl
Tbe*aid land beliur at the date of ton
Baker. the organist and Misses thing to' book op the elaim b> a state lbs tiauanea of suet oer ftoate. In the aameaof to all the ixtttlto latwt bates b-tJ'rr UNOKlt MKl'TION I or C'UAITKU4ftit : '

Christine Richards and Minna Hamp- meat that if not proven true, there i'ora Upney, H K. Ur-wey and redmod II J. riper.Unlewesc4eertlfloctel aoaw .- county of Aesust of A'aebua 4. hors. Wultam. State of M. tlorida Hayea of bee this. -. LAWS or FLORIDA

tlon violinists, during the recent mlsslon will be no charge for the service or the eontJnw 1.0 tat deed will Iwue thereoa oo day Died la this uaide his swore ..ttem.Bt No.M4 Nellie U bareny tires that Maltese )f."""-
the sub dcy' O. 1907Wltneaa for the purchase or abe N t-t of No 1-4 otpiertioaNo. svtartnf" nwaipany |Mir b*_r of Tan OerMrt
services at Holy Trinity Episcopal Roods. It is In this way that J. WMeCollnm toy fo': i..t'. aliraatara' ..114.1 this 4laT..wnahlpNOi H HanNnia eate No fl" dated th* 4tb d.y of Jal. A IX

tells Hjomel for La has so the lilt day of April. A I). l\fI". K. ana win .valuable to aaow that tbelaadaAuht ti4, aare iud akt or'itliBt. ID tar off salt -
church certain attorney
a prominent 41.11. WIENasA ta more for Ita timber. o b.v mad eppueatloe for sac dews to ula
of this city who desires his much faith In Its power to cure all pd Clerk Circuit" Court Alaebua Uo.. iaNOTICE atone tbaa for acrloulteral puitMMea. and toeatanlixb aaeordaa with" law ...... ertin<>ate *_
baa slam to aald land before RejrUtet toraera tbe foUowlt<< a<l prot>*r.- altt-
came withheld, has sent to Mrs. 'Beck forma of catarrh and bronchial trojubte APPLICATION FOR and Bocelver at Ualaeavtlie. Fla.. oa Iburaday "' sled IA Alaobua ocnioty rk>HJa, tacit
TAX
that he gives an absolute unqualified OF thsSibdayof June I.THe NwMof tewH "e i. It. Tp H K. .140
,
er for the church a check for $10 DEED UNDKR SECTION S or CHAPTER names a. witae****: Rowdy Halley, OA ,

asking that the same be accepted Ruarantev.with every outfit that If the .... LAWS OF FLORIDA Hide L t. Ualna T. F MeCoUtoter. aU of Tai ald lout being *a ..*a at i ate 4:.:.et.
Tyler, Fla.Abg.nd. the is.usrae of .uob eertiAtfate la the sates.
vtth his sincere compliments. lie remedy' does not cure the money will NoUeel- Areb) .I..nU>at Stuart HotcbkUa.purebaaer at peretma ela'ailrur ad..,..1,. the I Of EUawortb: Trisat Uu.tel. .
be refunded.A or Tw.Cactmoato Jl/o.lIllI,. dated ebor-deaorbd lasts are r. paid the musicians and choir a handsome the Srd day of APriL A. D. Bail .... their clime In this omee oa or before aakl sit I to law tat Scud will tau '.......0..iII .
compliment remarking that the complete Hyomel outfit costs but Aled sell eertlfloat* la e afBoe satbap day of r.pj Ibs Sib 4.r of Mar A D. rtfVVItaa .
cede an ilraU n for tax de+lttnj hue HKNBY 8. CIIUBII. RanUter.fo. my ortJeul' and seal this L
music was as fine as any church tl, making U not only a very pleasant aoaordanoo with law. Held eertlaoa. I it, the Srd day ef AptU, aiR.'lIr.
brae** the f*>Uowln. deaertbwd iwotnrty ., ... WfEN'UA.'
ll :
of but most economical
method
music he had ever beard.. treatment Sled la-"%lacbuaeuubtyrlntoa.teethi > %11. fl&O. Oussle }.rmer-Ho: Veda. lid Clerk Cireult Court AlaaauaCo.. na.

It Is W 1-t of He I.4 of Nw 1-45.0.13. Tp. 10 ;5. Ellen Wallace No. 21 "0 .
needless those Interested -
to add that B. roes aorea.Tbe ) - --- -- - - --- "r't

appreciated both the compliment An Enjoyable Hop. aald lariia ed.. lbs date W P. Coffer. No. U, $40j Mrs. NOTICE or AP1-UCATIOV toll TAX
t the teauaace of aoeb eettWoato la the aaaie i Fr
and the donation which Unknown Cautbon No. %G. $40 Serena DEKD UNDER SECTION i or CIIAI1'rJIteu

Will An enjoyable Informal dance was Ualea ald oerUAeate shall t e redeemed i No. TS Edith U.45; LAW* OF FLORIDA.Notlae .
be $40
remembered. ion, ; Drano
given at the home ot Arch Zetrouer.. eonllB to law. tat deed will__. tbereoatbesotbday 28. ja la ". b't.o... that W MfiUeaa.Mrenaavr .
of May. A IX tw 7. 'I $40 Cylla Kennedy No 20 fl
; .
tot
: of Tas VsrUtesss ,
Rocbelle, a night or two recently Witness my otnntal I at n* ar* and aeal til m. 44 aid
Good .' Florence Dell, No. :29. $40: An- tb* 4tb day of Jiy. A> ix INM, ".
of AitO. Ait. tw
Judgment, to the lath day y I .aaM ..rtia. aad aide
the same being complimentary r,. H. WIETtQUJ* I 123 at 151 mess sso* Itaa atxpltaatUm
= aCosta, No. 2 e. $40; Mabel for fcwu* la aeoortlaaoe'
It
the essential Coup AUAbua t'la|
characterutia of Clerk Clyduit Oa )
men Messrs. J. II. Holder of Santa Fe pd .!. : &eSTer' with yew. tietl..rNaeate es.biaeee the foF u
sod women Inenlnftbla to good basinets and W. M. Barco of Dutton who let, No. 2., $40; Maud Lewis. l' wla; doHi>*d t.>.ro"'rty ettueted in Alebaeovaty
NOTJCKJ Of" APPUCATIOMKOrt TV It.iI. yUrlda, town
J. |J5 Ella A. Fuses., Lochlooaa
Inca and neceissry to housewives.A pent the night In Rochelle. DELL! tJMDEH BKOTZiUN. i Of CIJAITJftM. Ad..tto. t he t let Nw 1-4 bee S, '111. a M. H. a1.40,
': $:JJJfc: JClla A. Fuqua I ocb
woman show ocd Judgment when There were quite a number of LAWS Oil' P UlRIUA.Note. > "of:: aaJ4 land .*!..* .a*.ewi.4 < t4 '

the boys White's Cream Vermifuge people of ,the Rochelle section is hereby thee thafc K: Yf, UttttcJpurha f .tV1?* Donl Ford Won u.. .....o .of Mnh eerUtoels at4hesaaudsi I iiiAhe

for her the young .*rof '1'.. c. tiieatse No. etl l and I''N..p$15; C. II. Fielding, useders.Vale. .
bsby- best worm medicine In attendance and it Is needless to of Jut, A. U IWM, baa t. ..told eertle.slashall...a..s as.
ever offered to mothers. Many. In- said eertineat.Pn tae omr, aa add that all thoroughly enjoyed the ,.. Lids, or Mar. A.lttMtita .
l't..uoa(1Ir tasdaird to <<-u* In a i onUfwltb ilti/ EV
dH-d. are the sentfble mothers who evening law. lit.... aartlfleataa *mbra.e the Perseverance No. 43, $10.l ; .* ay at..aMrtbe and teal this,

write evpreatioR their gratitude for Towing dec erlt>etf pf >lr\1r .....Led.. AlacJonatr ''Mann, High Springs No. 47. I ana del of ea.L Ail:J Mtir." r1'faq.
Messrs. Holder and Barco are quite )1 >rWa. terw ft ]
11;. Root health of their children Rocbelle. Nw .-.of Mw. .-. aa. Tie 1-4 of.W M 5ebt.Tp. .' :>: *IJy McW'attors, nigh Springs __ pd Clerk .... Cart Ale.,b.a Cw. n*. ,
in
popular s 8.. ftto a<|r-. I --
wcwh they owe tothe Q.e of White's Awiof Xe t-4 beg K TIM S 8.. tt. tl= I ) PETlTWf FOR KUKCTIOX. HOTtCI or APKUOATTOX FOR TAX'JJr.u
..
Cream Vermifuge. Bold by TV. !If. : UND H RBOTtON I or .!SIAITJRC. '
Just Because Aatti land being ee.esa.d at its d the To the Board of TubtU leatruetlonVff -
Johnson iiiaea: : .. LAWN or n.oUDA>
ItMuaaoo of web aertuMatca m the otJ ttto amlrrwlira *IU *aa. petltloe Your
-- Toor cough i. only In the throat and J*. Ueary cod Unknown y Ilunor to re eMeMlMfe a m-owlal aebool llMrtt. ?dell.\ k b. hr rives that _.iawel Tvfker.o. .
-- -- tlolet.esat4 *.nlrt& t.. shall .. knew r CC the H.U Miwolal UUtrWUewbraflUwwlr pnrabawr of Tas LieftlSeate > .*, date
does not trouble jownsw, don't: thick __.._. to law tai Heel wen A.. trr1tort* W tae -= kw w< July A Twt bas
GEO.S.ILACKER&SOK that It needs no attention. \\.beQ.I. mWithe. w.sCfpe A.IAIWOT. 'z= $eettan. *5. 14. Kt, ]<_.(. W. aV M. Tp, S. IL nisd sold -t seta is say o0l ., anti ben
.iv ij ateaatare "M 14, M_tUM>a i S. II IS. .. U. tt: eoltona w+de apfitieata i. tea 4ee Maus I.
has not had moon of a start Is the- timeto IN,,",It dajr citlfsn0.A.Ia.l T" ra. ta. o. su si n, +7' a'I't: ia MAHUFACTURXK: Of lr.. (1ACJ4 a U J K truaaree. A. 3 FleteborH t...__ tor. fo4 wind l _rll"*"d pro **..., sits-
cheek ifrt. The slightest cough easily pd Clerk Ctrenlt Court AlaeauaCo, ria.Perrmosf rkiar.l W A porfawa. Wat TIMMB** tx sled la Alb *.." .. :
leads to pneumonia, brpoehltis and ---. -- .-, .. .- -- r See.r V It Jaae.J. W. Joaea. W A l w> ... 1-4 of Kl.4 **-,"l.. ?.. tSk.11Tbe 11.
ron ELECTION sat KL.* -* r. J A. Ward. J A farrtohri aakt lead befog a.. iWn d ., tie data .,:'
eonsuoiDtlon. A bottle of Bsllard's J. mllb;lt-0. Moody. U K. IOMMO.; A, LJ ,... __'OON ., w.a e.rtuLrate Is ."** ease
f Ho rebound .fijrrop will cure tnatrough. fytato of Florida"' -Aj;..ctma C.aMy. n..berlr L rverett i V 2r h** eP1shah'r J r .f./. a*. II aafc .
g e. tC .:. tt T. Water, *. U.,.... 0.1.5 .. \ ....-.. shell redeemed''
0.t ie The price pots U within reaeb To W..tae..n4.rWit-.d the VoM of PaMle latrwetlOB taa. aad Ma'i**. w E hoer. N; .i. Wuu._t. IL ...... ....,...... ,.Ie... ... d..4 wUI laaaa iwer*** i ipg
tsr of ail. Sold by W. M. Johnson I la the tooadlteht aebvxit ayera veh.re ,a.. h'..ayof May' A, t\ malt.
I .r-t.-u.: yweawaaraM ittrt..- ho *rr*.at4 Yyltua..suyotaeiafaaWy r* and seal l&eOlerK
bMrty to 5511
: aeeo.e- 4*rWei.. :, weetlee.. of Aiaeaaa the Jima:4 ay vf March, A .
rs' .... law. cad .
wits UM at a \ta IN"-
Fell Through &k'nott.NubyH1. 1 eyesr.elr..toveteeslb..f.eltneof uwesi aPcI 4 tbJJ W ... bout on a JUM. WILXOLN:

At 0a : .. Tana. April 35 Wnlle Tax t..,rift cad tho eueabee of atttte a to bile'.lei > olrl her_Itb..'** _.- -...-- --- 04 Clr*111' Court Alaebaa' tam yi*.

.... Ie ooioraee. tba fettowiax, deeitix, .. _. _, ._ _ J,
.. baaging clotKla' oa tbe rear of the hervtne.w.rn.. . .APPUCATIOX" JUII I'ISCHAR01:

a.r ;; roof .f a store on Broadway Wednesday ..H..sv. toti7l.dN..w,tea.t K.' ImotteM; < htedo isae..bt tteta tbt I'fSasV. Pwt
I C) afternoon Mrs Beitie! Cohen > .r. as.S"* w r *< tb. Wie wiu aa4 teataateatf
North H of U Uk tr.Tl*. a.u.isis .
H, .** *. **** "m .
( Rotwrt 4 ap .ly to
! Qed 42, fell throng a skylight au.ttsaet.&tae4 *r L. f.J
lajtirle from which aka u W Bot>rrt A. Cakte *. A. Roborta A, ifBoMirvi. sad. for Alarawa ee..tt. VLorWa.'ac laft
waeth.alter dcts hereof. far
Aat sis
mr
and Building Material' .ue4. Noys.-b.chose. 4. W '=J''A.day.aa aroaaatodt spay duw".r f r*.at r said ....".....**lp>aadtb p'.w..nt IMw.ar rag etvuw't 7,
--- .. .* t aa _h *.-ta a..aU tree Ble WH ,.
vrr's.ruaeasl.'rreea.w.
W the tares/ of .1 <<: la "...... AIM**. I *" a.
ooaatyKtortdA, at the" xooettaa U ao ell. oo i -.e:atr* rte aaal rescues of nyaevonaM vas iseeC f. ever wed.Pis(. K.res r.e
CHARLESTON. H C. Gentle and ErTcctlvs. fttlth for .,...e r.S ter
ttar i a.ths4a .eves M e..4 .
of Jaewjrr.A. Mower...
._ --- _, day n ftmr; eerwesewwt, si'M.r'.w.a e e
A well !known Manitoba editor -r r'.a' .Ir.f.ra tafea w asv5etovise.
: Sub W_ It"ftre xoncnKoueo trtio: .eewr 21J-S11* 1fe2S5;.. oft .as. Sete. 5.c 1.a..eae5.e. ;
Ctrd. ** 'Intld worker I find
witutr As ao ta br* r..... that titter. of Ad- Rnae.t }' ..".... ..owa W e..tame 5u5oy carfare.Otro .

ChamberUln's Stomsab and Uver fafaas.eatloe a. Its ota.<. .r ,. A* JeComta. l+ IS. R st.ne on5s+v
....a.K'D'GL.A..BB.: : the tooebee of ..-..... he.e tees ..easel to sbs eaSse.e NOTJCfc WASNtSCYOM.0. C.4M .
Tablets lovaloable .. W ibis. onset r Jee4.r. ee 14--'._ Xod.s Is be dial will
bilkrasneee>> natarml to s''eotarf life, It. -5 l.tiwa .,.. -. ...... its 1:1:tI F
their suttee b.(&ff .*aH. 1UMI ...."".. peeestalot ny a Nt w-HMam4ao. el.fhrjeg she 4lweci ,r.et tsar' tb.heady' as b tow es tttoy wiB *. ....<-.e. eV aA*Voaao .. h ..c _. .....----. wise rM.
pas ... --- bo .a*.. to we. :
I, taw fa* salt *ttor sae Ctrerdt U-eras 'e lf'
2. WJOOO Priee. J* ....*. "_-pl.. ,".. A.o. .. .". A bea.wtatft A, JXmnrUt .... ;;l"ttrtI t4 i
by'It dteluieu: J" 'I'I'JEnI.. A-s"" (. =....= .. c ew

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'1' THE GAINESVILLE ,SUK; APRIL ?!9, 1907 ..

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For Sole-Whtppoorwtll peas in 10- A fps- newpKp files for sale A. :

NEWS OF CITY ,AHDSOUHTYGONDENSED bushel. lots or more, (X.7&. Address pt>- at Sun o31o. '"f'M'MIlt'MA trN ...VfA.A.rWILSON'S Lbiii

J O Box 175 Gainesville J For :i:>ale-WhlftpoorwlU> peas in tfrbUfiho1 -

Fancy Eggs For t'I"Ifng-Wbite' and' :. Iota or' more, 92.75. Address' )

Barred PI} mouth Ro k aodWvandft: P O. I n<\x 1T6 Gainesville

fir sale : pure hr. ?d. W I). Faaan. I J K;. Hayaasworta of the town I
Gathered .
Ui :e!i I of OeMn.1 Interest Mrs ft p Holstein ant son Chat: which beam his name was a business

oUr Exporters. ''I., have gone to Iouls, where they visitor to Qatfc..Yill. yesterday

by will be the guests ot Chas. M. McKinney Mr and ::t-4rs. W B Crown of,
; :" ',. ., "
"iTEMS and family for a few days. Rocky PfeijU};, Vfere among those wbb r /. ,
AND, SOCIAL ; \'. 'II'
pt SOHAL ," .., Curl &. Smith are busily engaged' tame to Gainesville trading Fridays Vv ) '::1l
'
Happened and What U Ootngt.H tn painting the new hoMe recently W. F.' t&f?<,Ot Trenton one of the ._ \:4: :,;
# rt H.. erected by S. H. Wiengea which will), roTOc Buco,ssful farmer of the West '

.PPT wln' Short ;Paragraph make a.ble.Improvement in appear. : End. was trading. In the* city yoster.day. THIS NAME "on :your package '
Wnp Runs' May Read" ?, ,
So That "Ha } ance. / .VHave JSVMSBBVSBMSBBBBBIBBlBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBMSMBSft B ( t

it In Th. Sun. 1 ' .' Remember A. ':'f::' Dickrnn, the your/,.;stationery- printed at.-the, , : Ip J\\ ri.\\1' ,4. -.7 T 1 /1., 1 l

j Frldnv.4ItJJaUII. .; ", broker, when In. the market for' Rrocerie ,butt office. \Frat-class: : work' promptly: MEANS ' :t. {;

Ijc. Halle of Alachua 'was among; : *'. hay grain and feed!' -atuff. Save delivered ati;! roa&ouable prices is our j'f ;. .

: who spent yesterday' In Oalnesv1u. money/ aitd time. Wrltetir"phoneme., ,.motto. '"'I,t "',, i .

those loth,long-dtetance'phone.. Onto andxJ.
.. I Tam H.; :ot Alachua A.
Rev 8. C. Means of McIntosh, has. Mesdamea J. H 1derman'and" C 'Parriah of ?Hague were amouk those

returned to his borne, after a brief W. Nejson and Miss Blanche. Seigler who came'to'Gainesville trading yes. Style Quality Price.
from .,:' '
but pleasant rlslt to relatives here. have returned Worthington tefday ) ,
Springs, where they have been- recuperating 'k1 t Sxs it
baa returned E. II Stokes:amd In
lira H H. MeCreary: son Carl were
tor the past day. .
few '
where..he has the : Campvllle
from Tallahassee ." city from. yesterday.
teen daring. the session oC the Legislature K. DeWltt Dow of Tampa Is in the !lr. Stokes.renewlng' his subscriptionto

. city having been summoned here on The Sun., Those mean ALL to tho buyer.
account of the illness of his, brother. .
)fra.. Jam** Hopkinson, and'children } )fr. and: $|Ire, w E hteAathur and -
.
W E., T> The patient' condition
' ow.
tare removed to Atlanta; where: )till Miss Wadi;/Montbrook were among

Hopkinson holds a responsible position was not reported favorable yesterday. those who\ :favored) the city, with a H -JI3

.j manager of the Rurallst farms. Miss Agnea Zetrouer of Rochelle' visit Thursday.Lk : ,

Judge Mason has Issued a marriage oneat Alachua (>>unt1-"* popular .., Mead 'ot"Fairbanks waa in the
: : U A. R.
;young: teachers, paid friends, a Visit ADQ TE1.JS
license'to .. W. Jones and Miss city )reaiord ,. He called at The Sun
ratite C. Cbesser. white, and Bessie here Wednesday. Miss Zetrouer has office and had ''his name placed on, 2 .
proved, both efficient and popular in for
Moeeley and Lamar barns.3aapeeh; the subscription list.
school she has and her
every taught t'
'
TvlSS and .Marvin I avIa. colored Prot. W.: E. Bell the efficient principal .
in
'Doeha Burnett othe Atlantic .CoastLine services' are always demand. of the ,Waldo High School. wan. Dress Fnb'l'i.cs}; Laces,; Embroid-
The Ell in thiscity
friends of Flitch
was (In the city Wednesday. Mr' in ,the city yesterday and made The f
will congratulate him upon his eries Notions Towels TaI
Burnett will go to St. Petersburg Sun an appreciated visit. :
appointment to a committee clerkship
where. be will assume fie fun as in the 'House' of Representatives at Chas, )I. Dell, a merchant of Waldo. blo Linens Etc.
that and
baggageman between city Tallahassee. .. ,was' transacting business In this city ,
Mr.. Futch was fortner.lya s
Jacksonville: Mr. DelI owned
yesterday. formerly
page in tine\ Senate, and has many
Mrs. Maurice Goldsmith and son of friends among the Representatives' at the City Bakery In this city. RUGS, ART SQUARES SHADES, .

Ft pierce are in the .city( guests of the State: Capitol.Mr. R*v. Thoa."P, Hay and Christopher '
PORTIERES
Mr and Mrs.. Alston McKlnstryt Mrs. MathesoK ..Etc..
Goldsmith was forraerlr .MIw Maude '.' and Mrs: )V.. M,.. Haxle ot John > ieft.yesterday for Ocala.' t .
: I where will Rev. I'r
they Install
who : ,. DrNDodge r
Baldwin of 'this city and has many ston s. C.,, have been here on.a of the
friends here who 'are glad 'to "'welcome visit to 'Mrs. H zle's. elster..Mrs.: C..,C. as minuter Presbyterian.
Podrlck i church y;;:. ,
her agaUi. -"-. have returned to their home.
\ ;Mr and :Mrs. Robert Barton and

J. If, Dow ot Atlanta. G*..,;and CIay Mr. ,Haxle call, while made:here The,, and Sun'an expressed, agreeable ], children., of Rocky Point passed Mrs. .R. Wilson): r

ton 1L Dow ot Montgomery," Ala., through ,the city yesterday en routeto 1
himself: as being well pleased with
; 1
have arrived In the city, having been LaCrosse, where they will .visit
Its .
the city and people. > I
summoned on account of the Illness friends.
ot their brother, W. E. Dow. Friendsare Conductor Arthur Boring of the Seaboard .r
Friends of frill Chaa. W. Parham
glad to them, their Air Line, who makes his head.quarters .. .
see but regret ,'in: will be glad to learn that she-' is re -....... ---..--
zulaslon Mr Dow's condition wassomewhat at Waldo waft the cjty
covering'out an attack ot fever Craignlll of Holy Trinity cburch, who .y
Thursday having come to attend"the
the day preceding Improved f yesterday* from meeting of Elks, of which he is an which confined ,her to her bed for several :MEMORIAL DAY WAS delivered a most. beautiful and too*b ?

enthusiastic member. Captain Boring day_ :ti j ;. lug; prayer.Hon. .1

year Solomon employed) Morgan as baggage for the, master past two recently purchased: the orange grove ; W. ).{. Hitch of Santa Fe. was- in the SPLENDID SUCCESS .'' Crlstopher Matheewn ...hct.J-1'

the on known 41B the Carle grove near Wai i city Friday". .having come to attend acted a. master of ceretnoaf net. ;'
Atlantic Coast Line has severed :
his do. This grove contains about 120, the ,exercises of Memorial Day. :Mr. presented. 'wtgi *matt I-YoHkfrjptartc :
connection with that line, and .
will acres, and Is one ot the finest proper lUitch i* a member .pt Stonewall Excellent Program Wa Readered who deliverer1 the memorial * '}
in
accept few t
a
days, position$
a ties in that section. Camp M[ C. V" ,' .. Col. Clark enjoy the distinction ofbeing ".
on the Tampa Northern. Air: Morgan
From Band Stand Friday. ,
is a Gainesville bar fall of ambition : T. J. Fans for several years employed Captain J. W. Banding 'left yesterday one of the must eloquent and''If';

and energy, and his'friends will wish l by The Sun as a compositor for Irvington where >e\ will establish pleasing orator. In all Florida ..and ;;,.

him success always. left yesterday for DeFnnlak Springs, a rifle range for the Evlnstonand I DECORATION OF THE CRAVES It seemed that upon this oocakloahe .;'a'f' s

where he has accepted a position on Mlcanopy. detachment. of the I 1 was even better than .,vcIf t: '

T. W. Pitta has returned from The Herald. The management of Gainesville Guards. ., Daughters of Confederacy and friends such a thing .was possible For some ;,

Cow Creek where he owns .considerable The Sun, ,together with Mr: FauV The l'resbytorlan: church .I Is now Proceeded to Ctmtttry In the Merrvi time h.,fceld the closest attention of '' '' r'
phosphate lands, and where he the large audience! around him Vry ,
associates regretted much to being finished by tbe' painter's
las been very .up Ing Where Flowers# Were strewn '
looking after his interests well which will add thappearance word being a word of pod; cheer and: < '.
)fro Plats is see him' leave, but with him; brush, greatly to. -The Afternoon Ceremonies..
now engaged in the man encouragement and for the "
praise
In hIs new home. Mr. :Fau. is one of the exterior of .tbp,
ttfacture brick of a sandstone and cement of the oldest and most widely known buildIngblch; has recently been 't. Confederate Memorial or Decors': noble women ot tho flouth. the *pnie> .} } ? ,

at Tampa ,and' waa showing. a printers in this section of the State. paired, .i tlon Day, 1907. bas com and gone er also frequently paring blah compHroents "'
number of his friends. here sample bravery of ',4
a to the valor and 1 1the
yesterday. The He was working The Times-Union. ; N. W.. Malpburs. who has beery residing and It will be a day long to be re :
company had Just Confederate soldier in those 'try. .
begun when the'7e110W' fever broke 'put in aC 908 Cast::Court atf"eettor member by the good people. of j';
operations but bar; PHts declares rendered
Ing' day of war, which ark..v
that city la 188S and was, one Of the '' '
there's plenty of: material anda the. past' three year, has removedto Gainesville l *'bo ob*+rved the day' in many bomele and devastated. eo wejejrflldswhich ,
few wbp "stood bv the craft" dur Orange
the residence 100 East '
food demand and he the usual Impressive saner.
to thrtt
proposes ware before the war l",
fog that epidemic 1 He retained his
street himself and family are
make. a good thing out"of the v nture position as compositor through this now pleasantly* where located In response to a call: the ladle of ty and pronperou. The spwiker pa**, .

time never losing A day. Kirby Smith Chapter 'and J. J. Tlnr\ special and. glowing 'tribute to Us*',.
Mr and Mrs. W, M1: Date Mr. and Prof. J. H Owens the efficient: Chapter United Daughter of the Confederacy heroism of Gen. Robt K, I.ee. Iii!; ; .
Mr. VV I:. From Sunday' JfanVy Sum principal of Martha Perry Institute. .. .,. rtalk
Cadwallader and itv and assembled at, the court was heartily applauded during n
Mr*. \v L Crocker of Providence.>> ; R. Chas. W. Wells of AJAebua"waebu.tnea8 a I Rochelto. was In the city' 7esterday.Prof. house: at 9 o'clock where carriage. and at the conclusion... bt hU remarks. - {t.
visitor to.this city Friday. :
L. Owens' I school closed Fridayevening :
who are visiting Mr. and Mrs Cad were In waiting, and from whencethe $S ,
waHader In bra city, returned yt.er. Ous A Morton of Wllllaton was registered . : with an Ice creatn supper ladles and tber friend. were conveyed Following.. Cn}. Clark Judge Horat ii"",, \.i
cia at the Brown House yester after "a, most successful term. ..
> from a'd"e'U&ht.tuJ visit to the to the cemetery. There watt party' commandant Stonewall Camp.
*orld.famed Silver Springs, Uk.'a&a' day. ; Attention Is called. to the advertise an abundant profusion of'. ''fragrantfloral U. C V., and pne of the mot wldaiy' .

nit down the /Jtlyer Springs run of Re' )Ir. Carpenter. a Baptist divine -. meat of The O W. Hyde Company wreathe and bouquets, and at known and most beloved rurYive.,.r. '\

several miles., The party lens: deU<
ell with the trip enpeciallr! : the risjtOM day. "f I _*t9t bargains for the coming week. monte, were tenderly' placed upon the usual pleasing and itnpreive. ..... '.,i-:

who had never beheld Such an Mrs. C. EL Meltoor ot Mlcanopyspent Those) desiring goods in ,this line win. grave of those listen* who so, nobly ner, sercraf trusses .honpr;. Ur haute '-:

entrancing ittt. This spring enjoy Friday with friends In this do,well to call and Inspect the same. defended the cause which they lost to whom they'bad been.awarded.The i'' '

U. imputation of being one of the .city. leer gate Ch sp- I,.,.room hooe but which they Believed. wa right. .In Kirby .eHi. Monument 'wa. ,j.,
'
ntcet beautiful ad, wonderful attrac S.: a. Thinner and .son c'or and cood barn { 'one sere good vK.(able the bloody, gloomy' day of the Civil.. tastefully and apfftHri..teIy ileeoraUMf.. 'I'

t UoIl. In the 'world, and thousands ot Rocky: Point. here tradlnsrtn. this city 'land, ..(.b goo J f.noe.,ou T.,A J. War:: four streamer' extended from: lot1 >; '' ,
: y
1 t tourists .faIt there' annually.SntMrtlv' yevCerday. R. n. J iW| good tnlltfh cows .lth Returning. trt the city; those who top of the shaft (o each bonmr .of, UMbo '

I'loae Dailv Sun.o C D. Dennis of Dutton U spending calves; thrre yrarlln' Cheap for attended the exercise at the cemetery < .. of' the monument, thMK streams ;'

t C, Harvard of Arredondo was a day or two -with. his mother and .bv ...&.KQW' Apply to Mr*. Oo.. Clover repaired to their respective and r.pre.entlsgt'<< .l the color al?!'. the '

I trading in the city yesterday* .. tore here. ttle) now 130, M*..nopyf F''.. home, *. the program: had been concluded Confederacy ,'.: There were;,. alo ta( .

}.fr.. C. P. perry of Arredondo wa"opping A. C. Roblnbav, a merchant: of Kew: There are growls' the yard of until the afternoon' crnxm- numerable miniature Confederate'.,. 'aA.* ,

i Jn the city'. yesterday:: berry was transacting business in Cot XI C r Ban/be*. i!:aatMain led which began, at 6 o'clock.: la evidence*,which:! made a "fW1'ulir '

}, 8. L. Tomer. of Ltu View"wa* this city Friday. street a number of royal palo\ tr....... At the Serf. Und. lag evTect, and several rare pot pUnU

J ttsding m the city ..Wednesday. Corr Bennett ha* accepted a position which are probably the only tree At the band Mend,.' 'la, the eloeeprotmltr and a literal display of flower! added.

I James Pearson'of Rowewoodl as temporarary mailing clerk ot this. variety to this. section of the of which I* the handsome to the beauty of the decoration Ifs

f f eourt'. was ". Levy In the poetofflM. State. They are very handsome, and Coo federate ,monument erected by In all. the day 'was a auco.s I. "I
trading In tier city attract U,. attention of "hUor I Tbe was all ,thai. !
every weather
v.-e4aee4&r. 'For Sale=Two Clyde Line tickets! Klrby1 Smith Chapter, th* .a.rdses every way. .
1 W M.. Jacksonville to New Tofk and return. who happens to pas*.that "'Y.T. were he'd."ria.' ..... was a large an4representative i could t>* dw.ir a. the program wax sear/ r
Borco
to that of Dutton has returned Apply at this office. )Yecabte, a* Ls his,annual'J1'- erV! d' present .bin H4. outwltll a perfect system. &A4.; ;,' J N ,
sass pUce, after a brief Bus. torn. came from Ws home at Arredon* member of both chapter of the if.l the occalon will be remembered uo* ; f '
r t11p to thl* H. U tU>**a rger of Klrkwood wan ... .'
city. 4o Friday to attend the .arches. of >. C.. m. detachment" freer 8t ft..U til another. shall have transpired to.: ... _ _
: art Bartoo and George Ctoaeon" among those who' spent yesterday .laCatneerille aremorial day He I*! av* .t rso, a Camp U- JC. V, and rvpr...*otatlves take Its place. ut

t and oa. Master Bred. were In Ih* on traalixM V. oaJS&e.- ,.. -
member of Stonewall Camp., If C. Poet, O A. R. of .
r dt7 from Rocky: Potat W.4a *Iay. For Sale-Whtppoorwtn peas in 10.bushel > and proudly wear his: cross of honoron which CoL H, F;- Duttoa 1* exnnmukn t'vr. .. Card of Tb*"k*. ..

1"rfe04. of Joeae Che****. Jr., win lots or more. 'U.::$. Addreae 'his ttnlforni of Coefeslerate gray.Uocl : all 04)f wfeorn h4 been" invites by W.' F Griesoa of Ro4h.U.$* (.' ...: S,

t to learn that he'1au' : been coo P. O. Box 175 Gainesville. -' Tom."aa h*, tm fawfiiariy call Kirby Snlttt" .Cbapt- under the: ajH** tlM'city Saturday, and made The' *>0' a r; .,.

to. .'>h. IwMpUaJ tersest 8U" Hiram & Fortner of Brooklyn Was e4 ,by ,,-b. friends WM greenly. dleappoteunl p/mr. of whom t*. prn'lsrs** was ..1"-", a.q. agreeable gait )Ir. Ori**... re4
1r1Ua. f.,.. is the city yeetarttar. 00 tm.ine.. with at the 1M+aea *, ... brat A )attolioo ot call I* Veen ...' IT.I. qae4 "this paper to ettend hi.+* sing ',4 'r

.r e e'+ M. Dieieca,. ....roarer the ITaited S4rtes,, Und offlee. at .hidt the .z.o4..., ........ 'u k.'was ..,..fu' ot ytorXa. uses 'also present,, cere taaak and appreciation. to ,

,, 0 Ua..U ... get ....... Captain 3.; 'C. E imto ..** I. TJUcfe* eessp.liert to re*...fm"4. itta .... lsss4iegg t stet ........,.- caaa tread wM were so Wad during" the '' ,

++d gai i ......"" ..... ... ard. two. Welt fcow c&t1.ea.r of Bias*, b.Me'. ...... -.ow. am..L 1111' Msdt1M u..'ew.asgawt.'sb. end 4...Ui of hU. fathc, 'J, *. g

-ka avg1.I".u1 .... w--. ca'ilrety Mertlwar... amoag tl... 'who favora. UMTrMmy .;! 'a maeaar who ..... trset ,fir ea re+ <***, 'were- pea-.f. with W', Orteroan, )fctirte.. t.e... thmt'tWfr yJres __

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