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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: May 6, 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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VOL. XXVI. NO. 80 1' GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MAY 6, 19)7( ONE DOLLAR A Y

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HIGH SPRINGS HAPPENINGS. J. P. Hoyt, pastor of the Congregational -
.FATAL EXPLOSION OF TRAMMELL BILL church. St. Petersburg, an Invitation ROOSEVELT NOT TO

*; A Week of'Social Life In thai Town. 1 was read from the Ladles'Town

POWDER MAGAZINE High Marriage Springs of Two May Popular 4. Mrs People., II. McU HAS MET ITS FATE Improvement the members Association to,attend ,their requesting SEEK A THIRD TER!,

I I II May festival in the afternoon. --
t Grady returned Thursday from LAke
Willis of Le"T-Relatl to,
City where she has been visiting .Ir. Substitute Reduced Proposed Tax By Mr. Decides to Sat at Rest
i Destruction>> of Life and Prop Edgar Mobly.Mrs. apreading petition upon the JournaJ all T '

rty at Canton Ohina.ilUCDINGe Rosa Balls returned Thursday -I to Half. of One Per Cent. was lost '1- on the Subject.
p _. from Savannah. Ga.. where ahe C .. .. J t: Memorial No 15, by. Mr. Klrklan*

baa been visiting her sister, Mrs. BROUGHT FORTH ELOQUENCEBut of Lake-To Congress*asking. repealof
WJLL. is.su A
a ARK THROWN DOWNTwenty Moore timber and stone act; adopted un- STATEMENTPresident ]

j of the rules.
suspenslon
Archdeacon Goodwin
Have I preached here 1 Bill Was Killed I In SenatBgby a '! A petition was presented by Mr. Will Not"
Sunday. lie will visit town ! Accept Nomlni
One Dodle* ...a R.> our .
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Comfortable Majority-Rop/ejenta*1 Willis of Levy from citizens of Mont-
There again on the 16th, when be will deliver : tlon Under: Any Conditions f,
cevererf and Are Probably an address to the New Century tlve Dormari of Suwann. : Wants I brook, favoring a compulsory educa- .
Mere Fatalities-.Foreign R..lenta *' J tion law temperance instruction In t* a Former Declaration Mad b
Club. :c will be an Intellectual treatof Capital Moved to Live Oak.. .
schools, and other matters. Him.
Unharmed. the first
order.
W.'
The Interesting feature In-the Senate
Dr. D. C. Hodges and his charming Introduction of Bills. 4.-A
tloog Jcou.t. May 4.-Very great Friday was the debate.fin the Chicago, May dispatch to tin.
daughter, Miss Annie Lon left Thurs ( The following were among the new Tribune from' Washington, D, c
t 4etructk>a of life and property wan day for Jacksonville, where,the latter Trammell substitute franchise, tax bills Introduced: '< say: "
'
auad at Canton Thursday vning by will take treatment for br eyes from bill which was',killed by a ;vote (J't By Mr. Reese of Eacambla-Relating President Roosevelt has decided hi

%b* explosion! of a gunpowder mag- Dr. Drew I'I 17 to 10. .. to mandamus Inejectment. set at rest all talk that he win t,

:.sin.. Dr. Everard Blackshear won the The original bill proposed 'ttax on B)"* Mr. Geiger of Lafayette-Relating a candidate/for the Republican Domination !

T"eatT-on. bod1. wwr* recovered gentleman's prize and Miss Maude the gross receipts of publi 'ienlce -' to Invalid tax assessments.. for the presidency next yew
from the ruin. Hundr6 of per. Thomas the lady'a prize at the week i hls i jBy Mr. Donegan of O.ceola-COn. It was learned Thursday on tl
axws war Injured. ly meeting of the 600" Club. Mr*. corporations of 2 per cent. \ 8ub- veyance by guardians of personal' highest authority that at the prop

':Flftn bulMlncs weN raced to the Warren was hostess of the evening. ;I(I stltute, which was offered b; the original property of Infants. -' I moment the president will Hint i

.Ir'I'OUad. and over a hundred were at*. *Ml8. May. Davidson and Mr. C. 'I* ', Introducer, placed this proposedtax : By Mr. Snell of Polk-Relating to statement to the American. people! u

;Ttotwily' wrecked Parker were married at the Methodist at half of 1 per cent. ; i express shipments. I Bouncing that under he will not accept rt

A section, two hundred beet long parsonage on Wednesday Rev. Mr. j I Other Senate bills were referred to' nomination any conditions aa.
p u, from the massive city wall, was pre Yates officiating. The bride and I Except from the recess for dinner the proper committees. i calling attention to the declaration t
the debate lasted from 10:30. until made on the night he was elect
,tpltated. Til* historical, many groom are both quite popular In a The House adjourned until 10..
r 'toried1. pagoda escaped with slight In large circle of friends. 6 o'clock Friday evening o'clock Saturday morning. i In November. 1904 aa follows:

,Jwrla. The officials and staffs ofta Mr. and Mrs. II. C.SteYtm. returned i Mr. Trammell spoke for "three anda I "The wise custom which limits thpresident
to taro terms retards U
hoapltala are doing beat e'
t their ,
Sunday from Jacksonville.The .
_ the sufferers halt hours covering his 'subject fully MOVEMENT OF CABBAGES. substance and not the form, UsSr
ucoor
New had of
Century Club
', la the ebamlen ''aubu fti, where the one I| and making an eloquent address In ,' no circumstances will I be a candidate
the pleasantest .meetings of the season I I Several Car Load Have Passed1 another nomination'The
f.rlgnera live shock ethical for or accept
a tenl c was at the home of Mrs. A. 3. ..Futch on | behalf of his bill from legal and. -
0 caused by the explosion, but UiV reaIdeata I i i fMessrs. Through Gainesville Recently. advisability of a statement a'
standpoints.
Thursday. A large number were
were unharmed. the present time baa bn forced np'
Judging from the movement which
Th* city of Canton Is about 8 mile present. Mr*. E. K. Anderson was Hudson and Cone also spoke on the attention of the president L\
bas passed through Gainesville during -
'-fn clrcumfrrence, and enclosed by elected vice-president to nil the un- In behalf ot the bill. i the result of earnest representation]
the past three or four days, the .
,galls about 20 ffJOltt, ,thick. ,and from expired term of Mrs. :Mpnahah, who. Messrs. Adams, Beard Broome cabbage crop south must be flourish made to him by intimate friends, jxditlclans .
>*6 to .40, feet high. .T ,re are 18 has recently moved to Savannah. After and people residing In eren
the and business sessions Buckman Harris and ,Humphreys ing. Several car loads haTe been section who want his
;, **tea into the city, besides two waters study of the country !
..t.., the guests were treated to a game spoke against it Mn Buckman ,and noticed on the trains consigned to to 'run again. Naturally. the preehltlllt t

The famous aln.atory pagoda, dating the answers to which were the namesof Mr. Harris opposing It one[: the principle various markets in the North whichappeared feels flattered' by. the appeals made to

from the beginning of the middle well-known poems by Longfellow.Mrs. of theory of taxation proposed very fine and probably him to be once more a candidate, iv
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..... la .Il\lated In the western part P. P. Wood won first prize a and Messrs. Beard and Humphreys on realized good returns. he !. Inclined .to attribute t'KM itg

-9t what |a Known aa tbs old city.. beautifully bound copy of Longfellow constitutional: grounds.. sections rather to approval of the pal

The foreigners reside In the Bham- and Mrs. Pauline Klllebrew won Mr. West of the >First, presided during Death of Mrs. J. S. Steward.On Idea he has Initiated and enforce

'*u suburb. founded In 18(9, on an the consolation prize. Delicious refreshment the major portion of the debate May 1st .the"remains of Mrs. J. than to any special dealre to kp

{ ;. artificial. Island on th* Ilonan side of 'were verved.MICANOPY President Harris occupying a seat asa S. Steward were brought to Archer him In the White HOUB If the Republican -

1; th* river. private member. for enterment by the side of her husband (party can be fiulucel to

1"b. population of Canton U estlnated NOTES. The vote on final passage was: who preceded her three years nominate: a man like Secretary: Root

at about 900000. i Mlcanopy, May 2.-.Miss K. D. Yeas: Cone. Cotrell, Crews, Jackson and four months. She died" at the or identified Secretary with Taft the RboaeveU who pocuiUrly pollclM&lI,

'Feaster left for St Augustine today. Leggett. Massey. Neel, Trammell borne of her BOO, :pear putton, having the president believes th country vie

GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER I Mrs. Gravely of Danville. Va., left West of Fourth. Zlrn-10. succumbed to a stroke of paralysis be aaUaned. .tor It will be assured Cut

: for her home today. She has been Nays: Mr. President Adams Al- after a sickness of ten days. During the progressive program of CIa ai-

rt uf'"a Verdict"In the Case of "Baron. : here for a month under Dr. Mont. ford. Baker. Beard._Broome. Buckman, i her last days she received the ministration will not b* abandoned

..." de Maaaey. : gomery's care. She has been benefited Crill, Clark ., Crane Davis, lIende-r- I tender care of her children and near*

N.*w York. May. 4.-.'.Baroneaa** very much. son McCreary, Sams Willis, Watson. est friends, who .were all at her bed. MUST ANSWER GRAVE CHARtta.

AnUla Louise\ d* Massey the pattern Dr McGrlff baa put In a very nice West of First-17. side leaving nothing undone that

designer tried for the killing of soda fountain In his drug store. We The Senate went Into executive loving bands could do for her com Fairchild, Former Secretary of Treat

;; Ouatav SImon, a shirtwaist manu are glad {o see this, as hot weather session sustaining Gov. Broward In fort. She was possessed of a strong ury >I. Indicted.

facturor, was convicted of maaalaugh. Is here.and' cold drinks go fine. removing J. 'Me Andrews, chairman of Christian character which was manifested New York, May .,-Oouneel fort).
*
Lk ter" In the first degree with a rcomnendatlon < Drs Montgomery have put up a the Escambla county board of county In her devotion to the !Master defendant arranged with the 4Utrtd

for mercy. wind mill and will put water In both commissioners, charged with grave her kindness to friends and neighbors attorney Thursday for the appear***'
The jury to which the caa was of their residences. offenses. and her untiring efforts and prayersto next Monday of Charles S. Fairchild

shin at S o'clock Thursday after bring others to Christ former secretary of Ute t"l1II'1.
This hot weather makes us wonder .The principal events In the House
_ soon. returned a verdict a few Kilo why Mlcanopy nod vicinity cannot were the passage of tbjb Long bill to The funeral was largely attended who. In December last wa- ( '4ictl

ejte before midnight sad the prisoner have an Ice plant. prevent public lands being asses.edas by .,mpathlzlnc'friend.., who brought on six counts charging forgery !to Ut
was remanded to the Tombs until I oat *I
_ Mrs. A. II. Emerson and Mrs. R. unknown and sold for taxes and" many beautiful flowers In token of third degree. The case grew
May 9 for awntenc Tro'
what came to be known as the
Guslar Simon a wealthy shirtwaist M. Chamberlln were In town yester the Plnellas county bill which carriedon their affection and esteem. Services lan bond transaction of the >\..
d day. Its third reading by a vote ot 28 were conducted by the. Rev. J. ,v.I .
manufacturer was. shot In his office York Lit Insurance companyMr.
eeL Nov ll( and died a few houra al.tenral'lS. A. G. Lamb bad the misfortune to to 21, without debate- and was immediately Waddell pastor of the Presbyterian . Fairchild then a trustee of tw

.. Im.. le Maaaay, known lose a nice mule last week. certified the Senate I church at Archer. where she had beena New York Life, was In Europe wkss

r .a "BaronesV o* Massey, was *m. Mr." and Mr. Ponds of Jacksonville This afternoon the House considered member for many years. Indicted but returned to this cans

'101.1\ by Simon aa a shirtwaist dw visited Mrs. Pond mother. Ylrs.A.. on second reading the bill by Mr. Mrs. Steward was born In Laporte.. try six weeks ago. He will *. If'

.signer. and was arrested<< while Jev A. Buukntght Sunday. Clarke of Jefferson against fraudulent I Ind.. Jan 5, ,1840, died' April 30. 1907; ralgned before' Justice Gt-Hltlla*

.tag the sulVdlng in which Simon's R. D. Ford bought a residence from labor contract.putting the burden 6f was married to J. S. Steward October la the criminal branch of the sayrvst

.c .tIk-e was boated, a fw minute after Dr. W. C. Johnson last week. He expects proof on the defendant to show good I 22. 1861. at Nlles Mlchj" Came court. >

_ the ahootlns Bh. acknowledged<< to move to town In the near faith where contract is not fulfilled.Mr. I to Florida on January' 1st. 1879. The grand Jury that indicted I'ar-!

'' she 'had had a disagreement! with Slxnoa future. | Reese made a fight against the I Mother of four children. She Is survived shun also returned adsoUar ts'

t' nver.a questloa of wages and' Dr. II. L. Merry has opened up his bill declaring It opened the door' to by her son C. J. Steward twq menta against George W. Pew'

tad left the uanufa turr'a offlc atrees dental office In the Feaster building.Mrs. peonage but his motion to postpone daughters, Mrs A. R. Wilson Fort. "former vice president of tb. New yd

minutes before her arrat but Sue Feaster Is In Ocala this the bill was lost by a- large majority. Pierce: Mrs Harry Wilson of Tttusville. : Life. A motion Is now P 4Mnc f
... oon l tently maintained throughut week. .. Mr. Dorman In the House i and two grandchildren.: Sauna i i'f. fore Justice Fitzgerald ''for an !aep
her trial that she had nothing to . ._ tot
---- Introduced a constitutional -amendment AdelU Steward died In her Infancy tkw of the minute of the graai
i 4o with the shooting. '
MELROSE HAPPENINGS. to remove the State capital to 'f. May God comfort those who mourn I lathe Perkins case.Indicted .

.Melrose. May ..-The Union Sunday Live Oak. for the on. who has so unexpectedlybeen
Cut Out Tongu with Scissors. The House committee called I for Murder.Nw .
school picnic will take .dace nextFriday on appro- away. A FRIEND.. _.-9aIYlI tt
_4' Milan, May Arohaaie4 Roost 3.y.
probably at Park Spring. rriatlona decided In the evening to report I I York
the tenor, whowaa with the Don- I Co.-.rnale. wa* killed tw
Friday the bill
Miss F. McMillan and Miss N. appropriating The Delegate Return. k
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I Opera la Ran w'a
fold company Frab l.eo.4ur'DC a abort Utn ago sear .
$15.000 annually tor the Florida State .
Well o; Waldo were the guests of Tim erariw
delegate
the earthquake and who. aa a of both local chap- Place, faa been Indicted for
Mrs. W. S. Yearwood for the past mid-winter fair at Tampa, for two I II
result of the fright. expr1nct, tars ot the U. D. G. returned yesterday and hU trial has ba wt tor
hat not sine been wll. *nd *"rdo week. A very Jolly plllau was given years not a tingle' member of the I I irons JtM-kronrtlle.. where they! IS. The authorities have 4ed

commit suicide her Tkuraday fto.'CeIlUT for them on. Tuesday evening. committee being opposed to the bill have been lami 'dance at the.annual to expedite this eas*. n. tnC.".

he boat hU vole. Tie 06. I ,,', Sparkman has resigned aa town which was favorably-reported fey. the' meeting of the Florida division. I oauewd much public ilgatioo, .

t..aalwel<
that be want craay, .and Friday bec.t I In his place with A. Hlrnant In the Senate ).(1'. Z m'. revolution 1 delightful meeting They are toad i iI eying of concealed weapons,

t' out his tongue with a pair of eels as an assistant. endorsing William Jennings Bryan In their praise of the hospitable -..MIN.hop -
manner
eons, lie was taken to a hospital Miss S. Mullln left Wednesday for for President was adopted by a vote I In which they Key'* Statement.
were entertainedat
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in a Htleal rondltloa. Chicago to visit friends.' of 17 to 9.Attar I I' Columbus Ca. May 4 Js
.. . _.. I the bands of the ladle of Jackson-
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-- Th*. new warehouse ot I* Baldwin the Introduction. of two Dew Till, S. Key of ..rm.a.T Ja',
Casket Mad of DiAI.....
_ a tan, on Bellamy avenue U being bills,, the Senate adjourned until Moo Mrs mroor of the cabinet *, basb,
4' Madrid, May 4.-A aU.., ...kat, s' j I H II. MbCreary and daughter. "
: day afternoon at 4:10 o'clock. the Bptacop
Methodist
rapidly finished. It U ;
quite a :
.. .f Ir.u_ did .,
&-tirul work art. mwd frocaJt e I. Mal not return with the i air l
oath. dos t t-rrt. r .
spacious J an
.....*and doubloon: .. the blewrloal] building measuring 2t by deUJraUoo. hut proceeded to Taller .
.I" <1
DOINGS IN THE HOUSE. aid ao effort ms
i>ra.at watch th. provlac el A** go.Mts. baa>> ***. where they WIll b*, with SeosAort sosei v
,tart*' will make to the h.4r to lie CMcRa, ln yesterday tor n. tuCMUoe wa* called:: to order at I[ McCrarr daring th*. remalm* rot : vacaact t. the eWi r'a' es* paraeeraf

N _aai.k throne, It U sow ra4y., Uv Oak to visit Mrs C W. Roger, 10 a. n and after prayer by Rev the Le t Utiv* ........ I. Math .daring oozJererRc.J.1\o'8' pact mY


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GAINESVILLE SUN: MAY 6, 1907

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THE- SPRING NEWBERRY I do I take Cardul"?
TERM
writes
Good to Eat Newberry, May Miss. Mrs.
Lee was a. guest of Miss Clem .
Jelemma MuUIns of
WILL SOON BEGIN That's why eYcryrme likes last Sunday. I Odessa, \v.

Dr. and Ure. Ruff returned Va. "Because, after
suffering
r Jel'erOIE from Tampa, where they .
17t < 3tany Murderers and Other Crimi atives 1 I for several years with female
\ DAINTY DESSERT Mr. and ).Ir.. Ira J. Carter
: nal Offenders Are in Jail. (AYtnev.d by For Food Ooounlulnoara.) tie son of Dennlngton trouble and trying.different doc-

r EasUy Pl'epared.-81mpl". add C. C. Wether In stonlast week.C.
boiling water and left eooL -without obtaining relief. I
:! SHERIFF FEN NELL'S WORK D. McGregor of High at last
Flavort Lemon IUs
Orange *
{ : >berry. I
strawberry O" Iate.CCherrySoy reach. was here Sunday, shaking of Cardui. a golden medicine for all
tt4 Me, Has Acted With a Great Deal of lOc. per paekage Jorge his many friends. : my
family ut all grooera Mr. and Mrs. Ben all
recommend It above others for
Care and Executive Ability, and aResult female
ninstrated spent Sunday at Jonesvllle, .
Is the, Imprisonment of Great : .
Recipe Book of :Mrs. Hamilton.Mrs. .
.at Number of Capitol' Offenders. 1 p free. C. D. May and

"( The spring term of the circuit highest award at Alachua last week. .' furnishes safe relief for. backache headache,

,court of the Eight Judicial Circuit allBxpoeltloosLThe W. G. Chapman spent .
.. :"Will convene In this city on Monday GeacMC fmrt Peed C..L.Boy.R.Y. day at Worthington Springs. Irregular painful or unhealthy cata-
Judge Will Vi l to>r booth at.J.-towDEq.oeUoa; C. A. ''Neal spent last
T next. May 6. presiding.This and all ailments from which sick women
will be one of the most 1m Jacksonville on business.Dr. .
portant sessions. ever held In Ala --- PICNIC Thos. McLeod spent perfect tonic for delicate women. A pure
,F' chna county, as many cases of great THE UNION in Georgia, visiting his
.c gravity have been held over for thisterm. Mrs. Code Weeks returned for girls and women who are subject
Sunday Schools 'Will Visit WorthIng. tram Gainesville, where she
: s Clerk of the Court Wlenges states ton Springs Next Friday. few days visiting friends peculiar to their sex. Has benefited

that the docket at the opening of the From Fridays Dally Sun. atives. who used to suffer as you do.
( term will be about one' hundred and The committee of the Methodist Miss diem Pickett of

r four cases, of which seventeen are Presbyterian. Baptist and Episcopal was here shopping Saturday. drug store In $1.00 bottles.
'shown as carried over from the last. Sunday schools who were api|tinted Mrs. Marable and two
,session of the court. Among these to select a place for the annual pic Saturday for Lake City, LETTER WINE
l there are many charged with criminal rite have eventually decided upon will visit her mother. ; syepto/p
offenses, :while others are of a Worthington Springs as that resort Mrs. Philip Jones and .:*..-L AdvJc dle I C'A R 0 U

civil nature will prove the most. satisfactory to spent last week In High : Chctumooc T.aa. OF
Clerk Wlenges states that he has all concerned. visiting relatives .

j& large number of cases to report be The picnic will be held on next Fri. Miss Olive Wright of ,
fore the grand Jury at the coming day the 10th inst. A special train via here a guest of her sister

.session of which there are six cases Atlantic Coast Line has been secured Hodges.
to be returned for murder. He has and the schedule will be a convenient Mrs. H. M. Andrews of STOCK
FARM
altogether nearly a hundred cases one. The train will leave Worthington ited friends here Sunday. _

charged ,with all sorts of civil and at 6 p. m., reaching home' at 6, W. O. Kennerly made a -
criminal cases. in plenty of time for supper. The fare, trip to Tampa Saturday. ----------- ';

There! are a large number of criminals will be 60 cents for adults and 30 Sunday.
in jail some of Whom have been cents for children, round trip. R. R. Rodwell returned to Fla.
' t held over from t.he'laat term of thecourt Worthington is an ideal spot for a N. C., last week after a six .. ,\ '
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Seventeen prisoners are now picnic, and ibis will no doubt prove visit In Florida. ,
'In Jail. ,, awaiting trial 6n the criminal one of the most successful events of I Miss Sallie Garland is qu!
docket, which was, postponed the year. this week. Her friends hope -

'form Ana ,last term of the court. Everybody is invited to join in this I her out soon. : .; Harness anil Saddle Horses
'The session of the court' in this excursion

county is always lengthy, owing to MAGNESIA SPRINGS.
the fact that the county Is a large ROAD MACHINERY TO WORK. Magnesia!' Springs May 2. I

'one., and many criminals, are released badly needed In this section. C
from the phosphate camps 'In the Traction Engine and Several Cars are very backward and
, 'West,End who are hardened, and who Were Dispatched to East End Roads suffering for water. 'breeding is as essential to a high-

in many Instances commit crime and The big traction engine and several John Ad kin a"-.of Daytona I. horse 'as it is to a liiglt-class man."

are re-arrested before they have an dumping cars and other appurtenances a vUlt for, a few weeks. .
opportunity to seek refuge outside for road building belonging friends are glad to see him. : '.
"the county. I to the county have been dispatchedto Frank Cappell has ." .'; :
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Sheriff Fennell has done well since I the scene of road buUdlng east Adklns farm and will move j
fie has confined six of the even of the city. The engine, pulling the same sometime in the near KEEBS. ..

'prisoners who are held for murder. cars and other machinery, with a We will be pleased to have :' REGISTRY >O. 81838
This. is a remarkable record and the good crew of hands, left the_city early pell for a neighbor.
"' officer should have the credit for : Wednesday morning for the terminus Atlas Kittle Waits is on a f'0 Stallion. Trial 2.27J O'ttof the dam of Tommy BrIUoa,

name, through the efforts of his of the hard road to Prairie Creek, her sister. Mrs. R. I,. stallion. IBJtj hnnd Trotter. Bred by Tommy Brutes,
where by Prince of India. 2.1S. The great*son of Btrra
, deputies. about three miles .the force Rocky[ Point.
_.. _ many Bine Ribbons.
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n "" '0
was put immediately to work. The Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Boone
;,Y WORK PROGRESSING NICELY engine in in charge of William Ad. joicing over the arrival of

amson a man of thorough experience. girl. IVScDow'ell
Sewer Mains are Being Laid Among The new work on the extension will Miss Pearl Gay ot
:r' the Principal Streets of City. be performed under the direction of visiting her friend Miss Ola REGISTRY NO. 1480

TUB' contractor for the sewer. work Supervisor Waits, whQ is one of the Miss Julia Brown has One of the Greatest Combination Saddle and HtrnM

..'(', ,f. II. De mar la making fine progress recognised road builders of this auction from a visit to friends on Kentucky. Sixteen hands weighs 1,200 pounds Pertee'
:' considering the fact that he has of the State. The extension will Coaat.I ., of numerous Blue Ribbons at leading Hone Sbon.

S been so long delayed In the matter of be constructed to Prairie Creek, a Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Waits ,.. by many horsemen to be one of the handsomest Indifid-\
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shipments from Chattanooga and Ma distance of about three miles. I flying trip to Gainesville last He has proven himself a great sire He Is a powerful) hone,
' con, where! ho has been ordering his Mrs. G. H. Kelley spent Trots in harness and goes five gaits under the i ddl..
material. LITTLE POCKET PHYSICIAN. with her mother Mra. Drown. Chester Dare, dam by Messenger.

". For a long time Contractor neeman Thousands who have been cured by Miss Ola Adklns\ and McDOWELL are at .the; head of the Staodirf

was 'hampered by the failure of the Ilyomel call the inhaler that cornea> Gay spent Sunday, in Gainesville, Florida. Terms t $35.00 per season, with retsn,
material to arrive but the cars are with every. outfit the "Little Pocket guests of the former' ulster is not foaled.!' To encourage Florida breeders!' a red,*.
omlng with more.regularity how. and Phralclan.' aa it Is so small that it A.; Zetrouer. made from above price. It the $25 is paid promptly. This M
lie expects to complete the work with can bo carried in the pocket or pure.Tbere that would be made In Kentucky. It you desire to brtti
aI) haste possible consistent with I* really po excuse whateverfor Sore Nipple.

1IfOOd work.'" ..- -.- ... ... .. anyone having catarrh now that Any mother who haa had d'rd j
s Do You Love Hyomet is so readily obtainable. If with this dl.trea.lnelment Stock Farm \
you have any doubt about its value.J. pleased to know that a cure ,
your baby You wonder why b., cries. W. McCollum will let you have a effected by applying .. FLORIDA
;Buy a botUe of Wolte's Cream. Venul.St complete outfit with the understand Salve as soon aa the child _ ,1
fugo and h. will never cry. Most ing that unless it cures catarrh it nursing. Wipe it off with a --- ,

babies have Worms and the mothers will not coat you a cent. before allowing theY babe to -

'dout know It White's Cream Verm I The complete Hyomet outfit con Many trained nurses use We Keep a Full SUck; of
I
, C 4 :tune rids the child of worms and cleans stats of the "Little Pocket Physician'4 with best results' For sale

'S' Cut its system. In a pleaaant way. and a bottle of Ilyomel and costs only drug ..... ___ O' __. __ 5 OLD JOE
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Every mother should keep a bottle 11.00. ,
of this medicine in the house With Will Open New Store.
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l It. tear need over enter her mind. lasso Malphura and Mr VELVET.FOUR ,
aj '' .J>>rIce zCo. Sold by W.: M.:.Johnson. MR. COLSON- BETTER. worth two well-known young I'

this city, have Investigated ACES,
; Vitrified Brick Walk.' Withstood His Trip to Gulf Hammock .
Material is being placed on the and Now Feels Much Better. of a first-class general store i MARK ROGERS
Point, and have decided to ,
ground' for the con ruction of a Vlt The numerous. friends of Perry M. ,
rifled brick sidewalk on the north Coleon in this city and county wilt business at that pointMessrs. OLD CHARTER,
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'eWe ot "West Church street, between be pleased at the Information that he Malphurs and' '
ownod J. n. KUdlne. : energy and wlll'no" doubt
feeing by Mr. dition. and the latest reports are that ;
' 'Kddlna appears to be a. Arm advocate I he Is feeling better than for several They propose to begin CASCADE
't'' of vitrified brick which he be months. few days, and will carry a
to satisfy the residents of AND OTHER
stoves will outlast by many years auyother I Mr.. Col.on was accompanied by his 1
Point and vicinity.- '
material I good wife who looked after his com HIGHGRADEWHISKIES. :
_ :
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. [ u
<- -- -- - - "-- torts, and saw that he was properlycared
I
for. He to remain -.t.t
expects at .
: i iI
1'IAIIHAJIJCoMDITIOH g the Quit Hammock: Hotel for several "THE DEVlLcf T -

days.-- Uea&qvarttn fr

I WR .... ...
Hie weo. H_ C.'r. .
wr-wcit The Lift Insurance a- ,. It ,.. .... I ,T,. t ..tu. .(
,. . Beer
...__ D W I Muddle has started the public to hd taldt.D.rtrsv... of .Ii,1.1.eM.':..J>UIM-.V.. r tf ,,",- -
-- E thinking The wonderful that " rN.. .' ._
CY.C IjJltattt" IIM i success =t!.'=._ .tW .. ..ux....." ...r,l'" ... Battle>4 DraagaU
> nv IX tcw [ has met Baltard's Horohound Syrup tw..AI ... '. ." _...... .. ...
i,, In its crusade. Influent _, ... ......0.: II ..... list. JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY. We want yslr
egYlnNlttll. .. __ on Coughs* 5 ful it..' ,.f. ... :'a .u.... ". sud will
. ...... ..., ..t t.nctN.att ..... I : '. guarantee to give satisfaction.
,, ......r fOe..,..... IN .ttlC.54MI..MMi. .. Bronchitis and all Pulmonary trou tt.L.t. t." "' a 1 "'- "" Orders filled day received.
,. .ue1s.1rr1r 51MV1 WM.[>,tM.Y..e NMM Iy.a.Yie.,
1 blee-hu started the public to thinkfrig .. ,r.'r. ..
mesas"IS atA/000ew or*I'M. Ie" This +. ..' .
t - Wt .,._ .wtIe\, --.. of this wonderful ..r5A -. M..etr9Mw. Wo ...
= '
r ...cr f A W.S.tIIU. ...P?S*! They are ail using It. pl'eSUoG. .ar MM Wan w.....211........ .. HOUSE WIRE ROOMS
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,. .'ALL 11IM .wACrUlttO eva cession and down ".. :

AalntWIa STEYMItT..m. I at.Price Johnson.tSc ftO*) and UOO. Soil---_ by_ .W._ !2J-i4 0. E.Triatty Luther A.e.PuMi! -Alla hng! OCALA PUOMOA.THE .





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E HAS BILL IS plant foods can do for P _
Giving Away a Handsome Pocket
, We. TrustDoctors farmers. The picture on the a
Bank and 25 Cents In Cash. e
[ PUSHING AHEAD right shows plant developmentand
There's no use II} 'people talking Ibm. ofa
potato yield (55.8 )
now that they cannot afford to starta small patch, treated withPOTAS t
bank account* tf they will take ad-
Bill '
'pose Vote Wednesday vantage of the exceptionally: liberal
"
,pfd to Third Reading. offer made by The Sun which will L'

be noticed In the advertisement e>e- :
I -- If suCferlnc from I
HOUSES you are where. .: On the left a patch of

XIEDINGS OP BOTH' impure blood, thin blood, de- a The Sun has arranged with the new same sue (yield 21 lb. ) ti:

, ------" bility, nervousness, exhaustion banking house of Phifer Bros., which planted at same time, in

Kral Bill Were Introduced for you once i has Just opened for business, to give same soil but vntreatfd
Few Passed on Sarsaparilla These pictures are taken a'
Reading, a the to every person "who subscribes to t
Ird with Aycr's from an experiment station
Many Were Up for Con this paper the weekly for one* year
and bulletin in
IreI Sarsaparllla have' known compiled
Second Busy 8eulon.0nty you $1, or for the Daily for three months.
ration of all your life. Your doctor 11.25. a neat metal pocket safe and a Our Free Book "Profitable Farming"wblch

, division was the order Repre-of knows!t,'too. Ask him about it.. saving account; as an inducement gives authentic: and authoritative accounts of experiments and

HlSa In the House pf, tTnlcn: t"are t.. art..b.rbSd.wu.Is'. .. This applies to renewals as well And actual results of practical and scientific farming.! It is Invaluable to
,. A motion on second read |MM.''noM.prwluct* 1'l ly the farmer who
tygte nob. blll
to postpone the Plnellas county close J\ wuik lirrvciiiluc A r'>!.:idle KHTMiMlrilU; are Uv.r trr-m uulk.dotnit Act(II,..uxlr'.' I. per cent and getting a bank but Is injf for a wider margin of profits. Send for it to-day.
lost by the extremely : ail vtttfil:.to.C .
I su being Induced to open an account.
GERMAN WORKS
KALI
,ot 26 to :9, and went on to third ... .. ......MI. Read the advertisement, which Is
Also y3.e..aut.Oearera o.Ay.r 0. Lowell...tj. ;: New York 93 Nassau St.. or Atlanta, da., 1224 Candter Bide.
ding self explanatory, ,and then act.
. the House committee on HAIR 'IGOR.
ore AGVI! (VRE.
, and county organization tonight V hers. CIIEIlU PECTo.AL BEWARE OF "DIGESTIVES." -- ------ - r,

;prwentttlve Parkinson's bill tfttit .....na s.e_,.. w.1>"U.h The ordinary ';"dyspepsia" tablet '
Atlantic county out of Volusla, .Ir.a!_ .t all our_..11.1'_ _Established_ 26 _Year_ _
considered, Mr. Parkinson argu-- .-...... has ruined more stomachs than all
andptrlntf'Ddeont other causes combined. Giving temporary \Vw handle the
. for,It, and Senator Sams r,
| Bert Fish against It. I MARSHAL ARNOW REPORTS. relief. It'-leaves the digestive

is very strong lo regard to system weaker than- ever and the :, Best Machinery
ag Mr. Parkinson favors The New Marshal Will Make Gpod tablets must be continued with increasing *
r matter. and number our eiitom bf the
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Office.
Showing for First Month In frequency.Mlona
bill without r& ommen-
g the secretion of THOUSANDS. Our sales In it>08
the
Son and Mr. Morrison desires an At the regular monthly meeting of excites Is swallowed gas amounted to Nearly Half a Million loUant'rll.. for I.taloAne.-w. caD \
the
trio juice, and when food -
!I decide tomorrow morning. night, which will be the first regular the stomach. Is ready' to digestit. Year Immediate or future needs can be supplied by>>\ us. Address

toft Senator *mmell'. franchise; meeting since the Council was .
Tues Ml-o-na stomach tablets are never ] x.51SBY aO ME .A.NSA"
:j were reported unfavorably organized: Marshal Arnow will pre '
sold in bulk, but in a neat box con.
r, four to one. apd will come up sent a good report which will indicate 41 South Forvyth Street ATLANTA GA.

Hela,. that he has, been very busy for ven 60c.lent for the 'purse. or vest pocket __.. ". "'0 .._ __ .y. ..u_ _... .. __ ________ ___,__...__' -
--=-- __ the period he has been engaged.It at r
A guarantee is given by J. W. Mc- OSOAR N. SANDERS. PERRY M. COLSON.
SENATE PROCEEDINGS.. was onco said that :Marsha\ Ar- .

Sectte called to order at 10 o'clock now terest It of elected the owners, would of protect cattle the In the In. that Collum money with will every'be refunded box of Ml-o-na If the 0. N. Sanders, & c

k President Harris in the chair.of corporate limits, and would not arrest remedy falls to give satisfaction This Company ,
JOT by chaplain. Correction the merits of the
the the outskirts of the shows his faith In
cows on -DEALERS ,,INGrGXXeiTSLl -
L
m& ,
Introduction of Bills. city-or, to be plain the ,cows which J remedy. ;
nad been accustomed to grazing l\lIerchandise.: :
Mr Crews-Relating to pens Miller.
fj McKlnstry-
within a short distance of the line; .
31. but this statement seems to be un- There was a quiet wedding solemn- JlARDWARE.8TOVES. FAR MEttS' IMPLEMENTS. FURNITURE. t

. Mr Crewselatlng to. teach- authorized for that official "takes In" ized at the home'ot the bride's par.ents .
eertUica teL everything within the city limits, with. Mr. and Mrs. F. X. Miller West Nsw Store New Goods. Complete line of Ladles' Spring Dr.s Goods. Frosty-' s'
7 )lr. West of First fixing sa ar- Fancy Groceries. Carload of Furniture San being opened-si I at Low
the result that thirty-eight cattle Union street Thursday afternoon at est Possible Prices. Largest Bloc of Uoods Ever Carried in
of certain> State officers have been Impounded since he was haIl-past'1 o'clock.wben their charm Western Alsohns

'y Mr Crews-Requiring millage county sworn Into office April 12-eighteen ing daughter. 1\UlIslCarrle, was unitedin Colson Block . Trenton, Alachua County, Fla
nmtesloners to levy .rented bond.
days. the holy of matrimony to ____ ____._,.. .. __ _. __ ___ '_ '0 ___ .._ __. .._ ._ _. ._
by school board. Marshal Arnow will show a report Robt I* McKlnstry, Rev. Thos. P.
lifter transaction of some other '.a. M, GKABAM President H. II:. TAVLoa Cashier
froth ,April 12. when he assumed office Hay of the First Presbyterian church
laws. Including a number of bills Oso. w.. HTDS.>> Vise-President Lss ORAKAM. Asst. Cashisr
to May 1. which gives thirty arrests officiating. ,
second reading, the Senate ad
9153.75. and thirty-eight cattle The wedding was a quiet one only I

red until Thursday- morning. Impounded. $19. making a total of the Immediate members of the. con THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK

$172,75 for the portion of the month tracting parties being present

IN THE HOUSE. of April, eighteen days, which Is tone The contracting parties are both .

Is Hour was called to order at of the best ever shown In Gainesville. well known In this oi y, having been OF G.A.XN"BJS"'VXLL'JD.

a. m.. Speaker Matthews In the reared here The Bun with other r

lr Relief from Rheumatic Pains. friend., extends congratulations.Stop UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY _
>flr prayer by Rev. J. Jl. Pruitt ... -
.1 suffered with rheumatism for I
! the approval of the Journal, the Grumbling.
owing business was taken tip: over two )'4!'&.." says Mr. Rolland Capital. . . . . ... . .. .$100,00000
Curry a patrolman of Key West. If you suffer from Rheumatism or
louse concurrent resolution No. for Ballard's Snow Linimentwill Surplus 20,000 00
i Fla. "Sometimes It settled In my pains,
bj Mr. Pettigrew of 1oanatee-Re- knees and lamed me so I could hardly bring quick relief. It" a sure Interest Paid on Savings Ao oant9 end' Certificates of Depolt. Alt HolbeffS)
ting Congress to call constitution-I would for Rheumatism. Con- Traotscted Promptly. t
walk at other times It be In cure Sprains,
eonTentlon: for the popular elec- my feet and hands so 1 was incapa- tracted Muscles and all pains-and U.E.TAYLOR' Qsshter.

Q of United States Senators went elated for duty. One night when I within the reach of all. Price 26c, _

r under the rules.Introduction was In severe pain and lame from It fiOc $1.00. C. R. Smith. Tenaba. Tex., '

of Bills. my wife went to the drug store here writes: "I 'have used Ballard's Snow

'owe hill No 355. by Mr. DokeAUchua and came back with A bottle of Cham. Liniment in my family for years and ABSTRACT REALTY COMPANY

-Relating to public berlan's Pain Balm. I was ruftbed< have found it a fine remedy for all
pains and aches. I recommend it for
dole, with It and found the pain had nearly pains In the chest." Sold by W. M. (Im orporatedl
1 Mr. Doke of Alachua-Relating gone during the night. 1.kept on
'"v of school taxes. using it for a little more than two. E. E. VOYLE. MGR.

T Mr Reese of Escambia-Regu* weeks and found that it drove the Abstract of Tills and fall Information famished lands to tot,*

lie expenditures ot money in prig any rheumatism trouble from away.that I disease have not tor over had ectaD a,. Oar manager has lived in this eonntr thirty year andIs
thoroughly conversant with land titles
elections. three months." For sate by all drug Johnson.Chatta

"J Mr Reese of Eac..mblahol. gists. t

I li ia University of Florida and Mrs. Becker's Class. f E. IE.FIRE. VO-YLE.
cia Female College and to make .
WlaUons therefor.r The pupils of Mrs. R. :A. Decker I ACCIDENT BURGLAR AND INDEMNITY INSURANCE. a.",... s

Mr Register ot Hamilton-For gave a musicale at Her residence, on tenting Bomber of prominent American and English eompsnle
e fhb commissioner. North Garden street on Wednesday REAL. ESTATE AND CITY LO 1'i8.
r Wr evening. Go.1t.LLe. t B"lor'id 1.o.'

Wilson of Ilernando-For .. ._ ... .. .. . .. ..
iat.rcnt of The rooms were beautifully decorated -- ----- - --- --
commission to ex-


11.1 of Mr.nto 4\\ease:Were Indian among of war Leon claims.domestic-Tnvestiga'antI. wide colored with veranda.candlv flowers were Between and a hung number fifty on and the of nooga The Oldest Whiskey House in Georgia


sixty pupils aud't'Rr..t.. were present established i89i .

' Mr, TVU1U ot Levy-Relating to and atUhe close of the program -S .. In

fit': comtctt delicious refreshments of cream and OUt MJI.&Urt WILLUIIH

T lft! Matthews of Marlon+Relat-' cake were served. I Par. fine old rye, By the gallon f 3.0O.
'o corporations. Among so many It would be invidious Your full quarts 93.6O.

r air tonegan of O.C'E'OJa-.Pub. to discriminate; suffice to Plow uI1S 1 __ .. EX1"JU'tt8 I'RKPAIP

-on : !!ta Of public land. say the entertainment was high class :
T '. .. throughout and gave great pleasureto UCO.; J. COLCXAX
Russell
of Putnam-Estabi -I The ." Pure I'eno'TlvssIa. n,.. Rich and .
III those who were present.
c department of game; ; delightful mellow Or the gallon '?,?&. Your
cr; ea ordered printed. program w.r. a most fall qnerts $3.(1).

r Mr Ma TVinijims of St. Johns. one being composed of numbers .ext'HEm PREPAID* rA.
b r .silt and garnishment both vocal load Instrumental, and wasthoroughly
:TIL BYE
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Cart,. enjoyed.
c-f of AUchua. submitted arearQ.pMakers Pare saUisotlsI family w hi*",. BJP..
Conference committee offer- the gallon IXflO. Your full quarts
IUbattu! for" Senate bill relating Good Words for Chamberlain' Cough 13.90. EXPKKBtf!: PREPAID

.... of venue, in which the Remedy
.. ("t.lrruIU, BYE SS'
* refused to concur. N n motion People everywhere take pleasure Intestifying --- --

**. <.vter< the substitute was to the good qualities of OLD KENTUCKY COB5 By'2 the M.. gallon 12 EXPRESS! 26. Poor PREPAID foil quarts
PMC.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Mrs. Direct from beaded warehouse. ,* floe -

toward Phillips of Barclay. Md.. sad old. By the gallon ".00. OLI, rOIXTEK CXt'Il tolL

B( 's ..i Third Reading 'writes: '1 wish to tell you that 1 can Four foil qa.". $3W.ZZPuL88 Blab and mellow. By: the llonlt.K. F
I XI' recommend Chamberlain's Cough Your foil q carts IJBO.CXPKEitt .
R. PREPAID
ese ot Jacambta.-Jte.:
PBKPAll*
Remedy. My little girl Catherine See Them at ,
apr.el. .. .
companies to post --- ---- -- ---
4d-.Je who is two rears old. has been taking
of rates and weigh all pack this remedy whenever she has had We handle all the leading. : f.Rye and Boorboo Wniskfee. la the soar.keft .
Teoctted. Amendment by ],(r. s> cold since she was two months and will save joe from 36 'pnaa4a seat oa jeer parshases. fiend for pile., >
II
rf Polk lost and the bin was old. About month ago I contracted:: : I list sad catalogue Free spas ..

teas u;:,., -.n. 1. a dread,,, cold myself, but X tookChamberlain's Baird Hardware eo. .
*". > en e4 to Thursday meets Cough Remedy and was THE ALTHAYER <6 FLATAU LIQUOR COMPANY.THE / ..

sosn M, well!** everThis moedy GaineevUle. M.ioOl -. Go......
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1----- r. ,Is for sale by. ..n ata. ..

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i ENJOYABLE EVENING. A FUNCTiON ;
j ;violence. and that the woman cam COLLECTOR DICKINSON BUSY. AN :
\ FRANK RIVERSIS to her death from all appearances :1;
Mr. and Mrs.
I George
)
i by appoplexy Haa Been Confined at His OfMoa to Mr and Mra. M. A. Bennett Entertained Granger. Cei|* ]

GUILTY I f B<.\tral wtn8B W're "'JI'aII.Hl. Meet Country Friend. Their Young Friends.A brated Twentieth Anniversary..
NOT
Moue of them Htate l that Rivrn wan C'oujJtv Tax: Collector Dickinson merry crowd of young people Waldo, May: '.-On R wIu..
bad but all testimony wan his office gattH'ied at the home of Mr. and Mrs !>4a.
a man ban been xtretaely busy at evening Mr. and Mrs Geo. t.l ,
really In his favor being to the effect for the'past fey days, aa many M A, Bennett, North Gainesville: on celebrated their u tea
of the twentieth
That Was the Verdict eleven
numbering auuiv .
I thut he bad always treated his tax payers of the county have come : Friday evening
Coroner's Jury at Kanapaha. wife with that tender devotion whicha ,to settle tbefr dltference.dth the couples as follows: :Mtsaea Nfllie, and sary. Their pretty home was! dace.

woman should have.It county and State Lucy Orr, Lena Coiclough, Maggie rated In white; and green, rose,, abd
APOPLEXY appears'that just prior to the Collector Dickinson! states that bid Williams. Gladys George. Maude ferns being used in profusiou.

WOMAN DIED OF woman's death parties-s gathered collections have been better In the Lewis Minnie Shawl, Edith Shawl The guests were 'Invfted between

to around the bedside and endeavored to month just closed than any month Lera Bennett Bvallne Powell. Lena the hours of eight and eleven,
:She Had Made SIB Indicate that Induce her to speak, which she was 1 of the whole: time he has been in office Hunter and Susie Fisher, and Wylie hostess was assisted by a number The

; Her Husband Had Choked and Beat unable to do. However when questions which is an evidence that tb'e Taylor, Ralph McRae, Glen Roth, Lawrence her young girl friends. Elizabeth cl

y'' Her, but Examination by Physician were asked her she would make people are prosperous. "I aria very Jackson,., Giles Means Chas. Kennard and :Marcia Strickland re. 4

Showed No Slqns of Violence. signs which Indicated that she had grateful for this," he said "be Fisher Mr. Klme;R. D. Algee, L. C. celved the guests In their pretty child
the been cboke4 and beaten by her bus cause it shows that the people* have Algee. Corr Bennett. John Bennett lab way. Little Clara McLenra
;frank !. not pf aid
1 Rivers guilty band and apon this fact Rivera waa money, and are willing and"able to The lawn was attractively Illuminated Thelma Hogan In their winning ,
tmurder; of his wife, Rose Rivera, as arrested. Those who know him feel nettle their, taxes, which its J. rule> with Japanese lanterns. The col- ner, saw that all registered van

has been charged by the brother of sure that be Js Innocent. and the gpod and bad alike, they seem..to consider or scheme for the house decorations The :Misses Jenka, Bell, Entenza
; in a warrant sworn out at and<<
>site woman coroner's Jury was evident of' the their last obligation." was red, white and blue tastefully Redd served punch In a nook formed
f bla instigation c few data ago. same opinion aa the man accused carried out by artistic hands, while by roses, and ferns.A '
Tills warrant was sworn out On an was exonerated.: : THE GRAHAM BUILDING. tbe mellow light from under the red course luncheon was served I
assault The
affidavit charging Rivera with Rivers la still In jail, but will probably lamp shades cast a halo over all that Misses Isla Selgler. Florica! Troll ,
math Intent to murder aeveral daysago be released In a day or two. This'Will be One of the Handsomest was Indeed enchanting. bridge, Claud' Ambrose Pearl '
; Con
was duly served Rivera was arrested and Most Modern In the State. :Music was interspersed during the Ruby Sparkman Dorean .
Ellis
t and placed' In Jail where be THE ELKS HOME FURNITURE. The Graham building, which will occupy entire evening by tbe kindly: accommodating Mrs. Dlakely saw that all were bountJ.sad j
f remains at present.A a half block"on East Main and young ladies Miss Lena helped.
"'.: few days. ago Rose Rivers, wife Most of It Has Arrived and Been Installed Mechanic streets, is searing comply Hunter aud Miss Lena Coiclough. fully Throughout the evening beautiful,
of the who had been accused.
man
-Handsome and Modern. tlon. renderedby
Some rich coon songs were
rendered '
music under
was
the
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", was found unconscious at her home, The greater part of the furniture This building, which is constructed Lawrence Jackson, accompaniedby ; ly touch of Mr. Packham. Vocal master
a modest little hut, near Jonesville. especially selected J. fC Abrams, I, mn.t
by of brick and stone, will be one of tbe Miss Lera Bennett on the piano.
Mesdames
sic : Doane
by Lang,
:Rwe1 i; ,who la an employe of T. J. manager of the Gainesville Furniture handsomest and most modern in the An unique way of coupling the young;: added Porter :II
|f;.. ringers, the naval stores operator for the Elks Home 'has I and Strickland, much to theevening's ,
I Company arrived State. The upper story wllKbe used people for the purpose of repairing to entertainment. t tI '
at"Kanapaha' baa always enjoyed theteputation and Mr. Abrams was busy during ,for offices, while the lower floor will tbe dining-room was a neat little,card'i I :
: The popularity of tbe host
as being a peaceable, law Friday and Saturday Installing: be devoted to stores. The building on one corner of which was I and bos
:abiding man, and no one had ever same. be a ,credit not only to the.own- and blueribbon teas was shown by the number ot,
wilL dainty bow of red, white
., heard of any quarrels be had with his As a whole, this la the handsomestlot ers, but the city! It is understood with two lines of abme familiar -I I I handsome The out-of-town presents they received. I
guests '
wife When the woman was found were Mr.
of furniture ever seen here. The that nearly all the rooms have been verse written on one side. Another .
and :Mrs. :McClure of Tampa, ,
:
'unconscious however, friends nursed 'Wa" parent
greatest care exercised In Its engaged in advance.
her back to.a state of consciousness, selection, and Manager Abrams and card containing the remaining j i i[ of the hostess; Mr. and Mrs. Geo.\
two lines of that identical verse was
and ,although she could not speak by the committee are to be congratulated. Mr. Goodwins Pleased. P. Morris, Mrs. Reed, Dr. and :bin :
to and it was real
'. ,rlgns It Is said that she Intimated The furniture Is elegantly upholsteredIn John O. Ooodwine. a prominent citizen given some girl Colson and :Miss Dorean Ellis of;
to watch the boys' seeking
that ber husband had choked her and solid leather of the highest quality, or West Lebannon, Indiana. is amusing Gainesville; Miss Jenks of Jackson. ,,
in thisway
their mates for the evening
;: beat her over the head Inflicting the and the finish which Is of various visiting the city. This Is his second vllle." 1'
when the
of verse was
aa course
','Injury with which she was suffering. weeds, Is. extremely unique. It la visit to Gainesville, the first time, -
completed the two formed a "couplet.
The. 'woman's brother came to the bound to ,attract the admiration, of about thirty ;years ago. The town7as made application for',tax deed to issue :
Tbe the
", at that time only "wide place in dining-room was soon scene In accordance with law. Said certificate
oity: and had a warrant sworn out those who can appreciate that whichIs a
,' for "Rivers.'upon 'a charge of aasault good. the road." He had confidence, however of attraction, where the young Couples embraces the following described I

'.:with Intent to murder. He was ar The Elks Club Is now' the social attraction in tbe future of the city so partook of a well prepared chicken. property situated In Alachua county.''

.,rested.,. and Is now In JalL of the city, and many be invested in nine acres of plllau and other refreshments. They Florida towlt Lots 4, 5 and 7, Block
The WOmAn died during WednesdayaISht members of the order spend their'evenings I "pay dirt" In what is now the northern departed at a late Bennett hour, after voting 10, Archer. The said land being i
Mr.
I, and Thursday a jury was em there, where every modern portion of Gainesville.. but at and Mrs. among the assessed at the date of Issuance ot}
(''panelled comprising George Smith convenience la afforded. that time only pine woods. most pleasing of entertainers. such certificate In the name of Florida 1

I'foreman: j T. If. Willis, A. C. Mr. Goodwlne say.he is very much Town and Improvement ::

atvenaon, O.V.. Geohagan, W. F. PostofTlces Discontinued. astonished but 'pleased atv the vast NOTICE. Unless said certificate Is red
,: Cay, and T. T. Richardson who con. Owing to the Installation of rural improvement since his first visit here. Notice la hereby given that ),11'8.I I cording'to law tax deed \\comvtr.j
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ducted the case under direction of tree delivery routes, the postofflcea lie ,is a life-long 'stockman and may Ida M. Bauknlght purchaser of Tax thereon on the 27th day of

Justice Q. M. Colman, coroner ex- at Palmer and Kanapaha have been decide to locate here in future on account Certificate No. 305, dated 3rd day-of. D. 1907. 3

otft' <.lo, A complete examination Vas discontinued, and former patrons of of the magnificent climate July A. D 1901, has filed the said 'I The above is given for the informttlon '

:i nadtr by Dr. J. )I. Dell of this city. f these offices now either get their : good water and healthfulness ofv the certificate in the office of Clerk Circuit of the readers ot The Sun wbq( .,

,He stated that there were no signs mall at Archer or by R. F. D. city. Court of Alachua county! and has may be Interested In the matter. j

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Thousands of yards spotless White Goods, the -most beau-

tiful sheer fabrics the markets afford. Every kind is rep-

resented in this showing and a more pretentious one was

never seen in the, city. We are makinggreat preparations

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THOUSANDS OF YARDS FINE LACES-EMBROIDERIES UNDERPRICED 1

BU*<* tTJkttt CW l*+* tJUt lakt .. rvrtyfee*?

The:result'cf knowing'where to secure them, having the ready cash

and not afraid of quantities.
WHITE GOODS I

Headquarters ,for Clean Up-To-Date Merchandise.

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THOUSANDS OF YARDSFine TMOU AIDS! OF YARDS

India Linens, Persian Lawns, and Attractive Arrivalsin
Haft
French, Lawns, Wash Chiffons, Paris Bleached Muslins, Cambric: Muslins,

Muslins, Nainsooks, Long' Cloths, 'Idy..To-Wllr GoodsJUMPER Table Damasb, Crashes, Sheetings,

Fine Dimities And Madras Cloths on Etc-r, it much under Price. Snow

oar -tables for these three days at SUITS t tn small blaak and white cheeks very neat, worth f>C alai
S7.SO. .. . , . . . . . . White Towels and Napkins.
much under value. JUMPER SUITS worth 91O 00 . ' . . . .- .. .. .. .... .s. o
Jumper Salts In white and colored Lloen-flaUh Suitings -very best. -

TMOUSAH1S OF YARDS '" NEW UNDERMUdLINS-Beaotlfol Bridal Sets, Corset COTHM Skirt.
Oowos; the most beaatlfal creations of dainty Lace and Embroidery; that has THiHSANiS 6F illS FINE
pine Imported Val. Laeet Olunjr Leei, been our pUatare to show
Point uV 1'arU. Mercerised and LInen< Tor. BEAUTIFUL 8HIUT.AVAI3T3 BEAUTIFUL VOILE S IRT3. BeaatUul $w1... Kafntook 811.(Cambria EmbroJderietIn
chon bouRhl for this Bale, They are b.aa- Eton Salt' In white and colored Linens, Edge. Insertions acd All.O'.rs to

.tlful' and very oheatt In price. match. Special Tables at S, lOt 12!.?, 1S !




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'THE (UIK}SVILLB SO y: MAY 6, 17

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=:;:::: fathESVILLEG'1tC i HOME PROSPERITY.Much I ... arnlng* are being sent out from I DO VOTJ GUT UP

the Treasury Department as to, aew

gLun has been said about buying [clp the HorseNo counterfeit that are appearing and WITH A IAMU BACK?
J
d from mail-order houses in Chicago '
i article .e vmr* __tol one of the latest I* In regard to .
and elsewhere The press generally boat the 1It&1Io\ than Mic* '
Makes
cy.'T..uble Yuu
- bel'11 tteR ai GaID tloI.lies.M Ajtlv CreaM. Pat a 't ttl o. a $10 bill on tn Troy National Bank Miserable
raw?!",. D,,eleM ..ite\. aDder .. OOtrvetaof has advocated buying' at home. This' the..e T><. lose1'r1t1 -it will help ebe ttorw aid
1srcbI. la right and proper for all who have trine the Lod born quicker photoengraving process ana dare to know t.i u tlatdrrtulcure.

the welfare of their community at n _111 ... iiKilnur ,..1. by Dr...
-inry: ....d., aDd Thun4a1 heart. MICA AXLE made up on two thin sheet of Iii Swain .
paper v ith the silk threads that distinguish ,,
GWf'nUlf', Florida r HI Hoot t1 l rest f ktlt -
at The local merchant pays his taxes the real Government bill ttey. In..r ..ud bll..t.nnwdy. .

into the county: treasury, while nota GREASE. carefully sandwiched .
:: in between t
fCCREAJtY. Editor and Pabl'r.Txax. cent of the. mail-order house It *.the'r.reatlltede
g. S money .war* -/*-*> trr that styOther them. It I* said to be a very clever '" leal triumph of the
w into fund from which Coat the axle
goes any you fnmtt
:::::--- with a hard, cmoottt ratface orpow4odo.tca piece of work, and to mark a decidedfttep eteuth: tentttn ;
OP 8CS8CR1FTIOS' tne may derive any benefit. which redvce forward In the line of criminal 1 'eredaftcryetreu

Twice-a-Week S >1a 1ear; aix These mail-order concerns cut a gdcti.a. Ask Axle the Create.STMBMM dealer. forMica art The department la having a o gittifc retot.ardr1. \'

single. vlntgariitee ., 60. big splurge with their thousand-page tel c..an !!. -_ \It KI\mer. he
.oaths, 80e ; -- waL1 good deal of trouble now with counterfeit et81n! Jc.Mnun\} +
catalogues and In Instances
RA..Itout many coins of genuine sllv r. Of bladder s1Errialist: anti s',ljlrenclerfn 1Iy '

advertisements, 15 cents a line claim that they sell direct from the course during the time when sliver .Ct.ru' ill prompt IT runitKlaine <<
and 10 cents for each add I. manufacturer to con.umer-maklng uric u .tU. catarrh the, first wan at the lowest market price
or Insertion.Delayed . many: of these shipments from their height's Diseitee. which !. the worst
boil there was a good profit In buyingthe form of kubiev\ trotitl
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advertisements special for three rate, own factories. As a matter of fact, metal In bulk and working It Dr. Ki1mn's .swsm; -RootI'! '"not t*<.

tK and 131 months at application. we very much doubt whether there up Into silver coin of all sort, omincmlcvl for c.'v' -y\hi"fot but If,you liuveUUuey

MOM furnished upon is one of them that owns the half liver ortcr'.: troubld,]IrvriU; b.*
)(. and Death notices inserted Some of these are excellent piece of found just the!' tentrdy 1 you need' -j Jt bo*
of what they claim and to this
Obituaries, 6 cents a line. extent MR. ROWELL ON FLORIDA.Oeo. work and there nothing
as was but been tented l in KV> u,n"iv Maya, h'-.bQ"\\i't111
it js nothing but a plain case of pure silver in them they were rather work and in j. :\ 'le' prutirv. a>td baa

Ova CLVKBIKO LIST. humbugging the people. P. Rowel!, editor of Printer hard to tell from the genuine. The proved oouwci 'iul in c,try cane that a
The price ol article- with special nrmnK iient' has been mail by
Thrlee-a-TVeek any Ink a vVekly Journal for printer and -
Bun and the principal work now, however seem of tins
t'he vrhioh all reader '-Pl'i who haver
WorJdoneJE'ar.$1 C6ft. freight; charges added Is In a ma. advertisers' and compiler of the Row- ,
to be retaining Mexican aad South not already tried it. muv nave a sample ..
soma and the Atlanta (Ga.). 1 75 jority of cases equal to. If not more ell Newspaper Directory., either American silver currency with the bottle soot frHj by null, also a boo'tc tell ?i
Weekly Constitution one year. than if bought at home. Had the ,
and the Atlanta (Ga.) through ignorance of the fact or for American impression on them. This sag more about Swtmin-Kuut and huw tornloutifyuuhaveki.laeyorl.lt.l.criron. ;
-bs Bun buyer "to his local merchant be $ : : z
1 60"tY : gone some designing reasons! baa fit labor
Beini-WeeklT Journal one year. seen Iii n. saving device in a way ble. \Vben mention tnulirthi*

eon and the Bemi-Weekly, would have obtained what we wanted. In an article In Printer' Ink of because the silver 1* already shaped gen. roua off ft writing in this paper' anti'wn<1 1sOaress "UC'
Ilnion one year . .... . 150 and bad the satisfaction of patronizing **
Tlmes- April 24, over his own signature to '
and even milled and all that la nece.sary to Dr. Kilmer : -

=* home Industry and held a warm grossly misrepresent our State in to do Is to stamp It. A curious Jv:: Co., lbinti",
,_r-We will not accept than cent.stamp of a friend instead of retaining a doubt many of his statements. In fact, none fact baa developed, however' in KY. The ugullll't' I '
flu denomination ful fifty'.cent: aud one.
one. of them are correct:: and it I* the the study of these counterfeit' and dollar sire bottled a.o n.te..t ._- .-..&.

By buying of the home dealer you : duty of the Florida Press to take the that I* that It I. almost Impossibleto soil by all KOCflni<
Orlando will have an electric Are are increasing the prosperity of the matter up and -ca.ll theauthor to obliterate to original Impression any midtake but ranicinbet the 'name.

rID system Installed in a few days.: community in general as all are benefited tfrae. Swamp-Root l>. V*lmer'it HwatupHoot
It be struck out with the fresh
The dealer does a better bush In the first place )It. Rouell.state may and the address bat;rh Ditoti, N. Y.. ottt
dies ao that It 1* gone to all appearance every bottle
Alfonso may, a. well prepare Is-in a position to buy his stockat
King ness that there is only one paper published I *. But 1C the coin Is"pickled" .
flood of congratulations, whether lower price. and to sell cheaper to -- -----
or a in Tallahassee, The Sun. which makes In a mild acid aolutlon'for There baa recently been discover.
t Is a boy or triplet :you. tie advertises more extensively its appearance when In fact there are I
48 hour, the original Impressionwill ed tn Putnam Interlace
county near
In the local papers and places the {Ewo .
---- flrst-clas weeklies The Sun and
come out again, very faintly It
en, an Inexhaustible; supply of material .
The intellectual development of a paper In a position to give you bet. The True Democrat. Mr. RoWell
la true but so that It may be read which cAn be used for road
atlon is to be estimated by the value ter service. sIt above else should know the
. anyone with the glass. It I* a continualrace building purpose., and a company In
human life is true that merchants do not
t: places on fact regarding that of which he
between the Treasury and the which J. II. Wylie. the enterprising-

always treat theirfarm customers make a study and"* business. lie"knocks" counterfeiter a* to which shall circumvent roads advocate of Interlacheu, i i. In*
The English sparrow Is no sons bird.ut right They sometimes try to beat the State again by the asses*
the other. But so tar the terected has been formed. This It*
the busy way: In which he gets down prices on farm produce by buy: Uon that "such a* they are. Florida Secret Service baa managed<< keep largely composed of gravel and la

bout in all sorts of weather and, his ing from ouUT3e< shippers the things Issue> over 150( newspapers and periodicals *
ahead' Of the game and as soon asa said to be an excellent material for
eneral cheerfulness indicate her that can Just as well be produced at *
that and It''l, that
quite probable
new trick Is Invented by the criminals the, making of hard road, the road
mollycoddle.The home, and It Is no"orse for the
BO
there are more than hundred
a the Government expert find from Interlachen to Palatka being
farmer to send oft after goods thanit
Florida that do have
papers not a a new one In the proctectlve line constructed of Jt. The ha .
: company *
city primary: election to.be Is for the merchant to do It. Tbe list of that would count
subscribers
that will cap It. such confidence In the ,
:ed) in Jacksonville on May 7th Is toe merchant In the country should realize as as 200 The Bun new dlaco".u'1ithat ;
many names . __ to io.
they are offering give
open to all white electors whether that his prosperity depends upon doubts seriously If there are a dozenin

bey be Democrats Republicans, So- the property of the farmer and both this class, for. a* a rule the Florida Even the most lenient will admit counties and cities from one to three'

lalUts or Prohibitionists. should realize that whatever they: weekly Is a widely circulated paperin that the Arizona man who shot' his' car load, with only the expense offloading

--- pay out for freight) Is a loss! to home proportion to populationmorewidely partner for trumping his ace, had at the pita, a* an experi
ment. Several cities Including Jack r
AH that Andrew Carnegie needs to' manufacturers. .... .- In proportion than the majorityof some provocation.Tbe .
Lava
II up his cup of happiness to the ''*1n fact, all classes'of people In paper In other States by reason onvllle Talatka and Orlando

rim is the assurance that some day every community should realize that I of the fact that Florida I* composedof MioBJgsua Recipe Oo. of Direr already availed themaelvo of -tboI -

Js features will adorn. a postage I' it is better to co-operate together an Intelligent class of people made ... Mlebigaa, make a specialty at fwr j jatohtag I opportunity to test its quality.

The thoro'rtbly practtaal, tested - ---.-----. --- --
of to tight each other. -
tamp come large denomination. than producer up from every.section of the. United tionhold not.... sand for their UU -

.- i of wealth In all Hnvs is the State*;! .and .a. a. -rule people of re You may find the recipe for the mnn

The Thaw Jury disagreed, the law- man who must prosper primarily before Jem.tI.1i'b 4nsJt upon reading the faders of some simple* remedy whisk

f en s disagreed the family disagreed anybody else can prosper. Then papers,.' Ode may find in the will make you rich. Write them today.They ,
will furnish all
utd the alienists dlagreed But as the less we pay: for the expense of runt} ditttlcja of FJ rida the-very M- I ethic Information gladly free by yow return .poe..

ts people' be In exchange the more there Is for the *
seem to the same sehce of integrity, people from everywhere . ..
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it. the disagreement bug at least, producer I who have come to live among

ode a good Job of it. Increased wealth means greater us, some because of the Infatuating HUBERT

i revenue from taxes and the burden climate and fertility or soil tome because nv VIUY.

It appears from an Associated Press thereof lightened. Increased revenue of their health-and In fact, for 1

port that the negro)s not held In i b tings much needed improvements, various reasons Ninety per cent ot tat dam . . . b, . . . . Helmet
i Helmet . by. .' . . Lexington
nnch good road and bridges and better .
favor in Indiana. Near Greens- this class who are engaged In farm
A darn bar horse of good speed sod ,
erg the feeling Is bitter as a result educational. facilities. These thingsare ing or horticulture or trucking are action, eomolnlntf the best trotting .fhk } '' .

f an assault by a negro upon the the demands of the day, and whoever subscriber'*to their county paper. blood with the best Ihorou hbr.d.

arson of Mrs. Sefton an elderly buys: from mail-order Souses 1. Simply because the publishers of A sure foal getter prodooloff both EVERY

bite lady: six negroes were badly a block to the wheels of home 1m- these papers, who in many instance saddle and dosing hones at manyof HOL'MKWlFfi should' bay aDUU'EItUL

**ten saloons and other resorts provements. are Indifferent a* to whether- they his I soils arc good. saddlers ana HELF'IIEATINU' : FLAT
speedy drivers, I It OX. Eoonoml-sl and: Practical. U
eqnented by that race demo -- -- -- make to Mr. Rowell' directory
were .- a report -
-hed. WHY NOT RAISE POULTRY Term. of mercies, 13 00 per one .*.. .sv.ejits cost In a ,bo,' time
and all negroes of Inferior or not they are credited with
vice.or ..7.00hh( prlviU of rluut
h&ra xter: were ordered to leave town. It Is Just as honorable and respectable "less than 200 copies circulation." lug mare as often as I I. neeestary with. E."BROWN.ArtJt '

ft* mob was composed of more than business to raise poultry for market Mr. R< wen make another blunder In sixty days*f i..r first ..rrle. oc. Insure a colt to stand and soakr;
of the kind when he state > I'lortd
as It is to produce any other grossest *r*

should staple of the farm. The man who that there are no stone In Florida, BILLY KEEDA -------- --. _..._- --- --. ---

U Florida continue to grow diversifies and converts! the productof and that It would be Impossible to NOTicE Or APPUCATION roil TAX
paw aNDBH MCCTIOM or
r CUAITKH.tW
or the next ten years as she has fore his brain and labor Into money: secure one In the entire State large IAWM Or rXOKIDA

tat half decade she will become enough to make a doorstep or even
along the lines of honest end..or.seta Notice ts ttret risen that A. J Thal o.ta.
'f'tI a greater State and a great popu- an example which !, worthy of big enough to throw at a dog. Right Trwt.., t.urekmwr of Ter Uertt..M'WIoba.-4..i4 No. s-7
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Lion win be within her borders.'Pltal emulaUon by his neighbor. here In Alachua county we can die earlIp..ta dateih.tuhd.'otJaiy.A.u Ii sir .Ce asst ma arido rij.t{ e.Sion

} is rapidly ttfe bid"ea that assertion, and If Mr (or tea deed to 4wa..: Li. aeaerd.aee wkrataw.
developing At present high prices for these prove Mold .."' c.t. .."...... &I.. fwiown.
treasures of the Tan' of perpetual products the business prevents an Rowell 1* willing to pay the freightwe dr1b9 proicrte "W"4/4 III Absbua costa.
rlurld., .
sunshine her agricultural and inviting field and we hope that these can supply him with not only Ii, /+ t.T''t bowltlwr e s It Itr .

wticultural development- Is exceeda Industries :will be developed and stones for" his door-step, but also a the TM a-aW."", 0' sorb'lr..ea.d.tttb..rtUW..ae In .,beoriur .t-e.t into..f .. .

': U>.iiiost sanguine expectations,and broadened to a much greater degreeIn sufficiency of good one large enough pray jack six ,. old 'brought Unleaa K said :ri"4..... s

does stem that the State' future the future. : to throw at all the canine which from Kentucky last fail, good bone aDd im par ue seed wUli-. UMraeua) eel n

t aglow with brightprospect, AM The price of an hen In come hi* way. very active. A proven feel<< jr....r, the eUid_ r uliarm. A. III. KM"?. F
average oai.1.i
Wh w m>f .tts.twts sal aealtki
Bolts
enough be
'r part of the people are qut the retail groceries at the present|: The dreamy author of this attack producing good tt the Dddar.t W.... A. U tut.h. .
; K.I
t | hown at the fair In Lexington. /1. WTf.Nf1/tN
debt our mercantile establish- time Is es to 75 cent and we presumethe 'on, Florida' resource declare that last fall. I ...1 ca.rK <*.r....U,. Court.. McbeaUa.'rts... .

ts are doing a nice business, the same prices bold good In all we hveno bard road. and that the Blllf limed was aaahm&..'. j j..k. -N'OTJCIIl'On--- .ww..r-- -- -r+

klug institutions are nourishing. other dtle' Eggs are 25 to 30 cent surface of sand road to! covered with te l dam Ed..a,br big l'owell jacks 2nd PUUUflATIOM.
Lout: OA.* as Oalnewvfll*. tree,.
a runner dam Paragon billy Reed
i. doing well. All In all per dozen sand trying-size. chickensare 'marsh grass or forest leave, and Parley by Aptu I.*. l 110'.
I. half brother tbs Ball .Jr. the
r 1*:tl1p are and. nhell It I. seedless to ,* imetle.5shereby rfv Nt that Wt > Burt
happy, contented from forty to sixty cent each. this again with sea J"
best mule' In Lincoln Ky. :
tQoo+t>f> ,. l Jut oou. of WiUeford Vie., se alas settee to.teatk.a
$ -WauOula Advocate. Most of. the 'poultry. egg and butter to defend this attack for everyone Terms of service, tam pr single to saas..as rt.eeo.e ,aw.bt .
of hM i.im. east Hwas.ts4 :
u rt Jtetry X
which come to the market of our who has visited Florida know service, 11000 p.r ",,'e. with prlv.- lisart sn4 !*... If. !...,, ,or..t.
The great trouble with our enorucorporated large Southern dtlee to supply the i that while,w. may not. bavaiao greata *.. of return as often a* Is n,e..**rywithla ;C. t .see N w |..ef ...lM_Uo.. S..Tn*
** ; slxtr day after tn. Ares ..r.le r ... Ka M. U K.. ..xt ..tat sold, Ivaof"" *UiJaliMwvSS
wealth Is that people are shipped frotn Northern and mileage, no Better road are to be M .sale k" fore ttrri.t.r .era ll.edv.t eh.
** .ho .. IVOO to Insure a enlt |osiotf n.,* J__a. I/
control the stock and Western State the same a* our corn. found in v the ; t'nited State. than the and sok.Kervl lie swan ilM ,.....tOll' wilt-.. \I' prq.e F

**dE, .unit receive on an average hay beet and bacon. It I* an undeniable road of Florida, constructed of material .* money due for either bor.* I .kie. a--11-.... .....,.... sew--4J.LoQ

-ut. toagre Interest. A* the peoA.1" and Irrefutable truth that mined from the earth of this or jack whets. Ant osrvl.*. U rendered. J. M)T =" test "' ........ rut J L .100
!. Except when bred to .lasare a eoll. viaIfC.w.t Ie.&e bled to IUI the PUhetI of thertry all of these staple commodltie and State which Mr Rowell state U f fliErUY
then service fee I. deswb.n coil meets
oligarchy the "nothing but sand. sand sand." .,7d. N. mtUpn its...wr.
) question la necessary food srupplican be better r.qalreai.nts. ith... tb* mar U

::1&J.w to fairly inaugurate an Indus. raised la the South, especially I Next, to the peonage article which, parted with or bred lo another horse Motel J'OI& Pl1JJUa,4TK1Jf.

Democracy by removing the _t17. I have become famous. this article of or Jack. Lad 0CftH s1.ak cnlg." VI' *.. i

[rteat have built up and foster Here Is presented an opportunityfor .r Oeo. P. Rowell I I. the mot unjust ml- Lelau be retained on colt for service Apse t*. Ilk

I"4" atriai oligarch*. All diversification on the farms of representation of Florida ever pub fee. {.re etf.W..heNrn. Vt..e h.:"nom. .sail..-nt

> hr egae, such M protecting the South which should BO longer be l. lished.In Mar. will be kept on pasture at N.eedoe w stab. S...J B.a-x.a* see.). hi
tnuu I ---- --- ".00 per neolta, emoc woof .,..' .tot How.Ncrs 1i' see
by the tarUT. must: be Ignored and it 1* a decided reflection stock will make the sasgsm..E4e -a. ri. last. f.K th* nmw,4
Wfahed I This pretestseason Semite. tt.TewaMp e *. ** eel
md lb. reconstruct upon the acrtcoltural method of the the famou Wells Umber tree. at I>ongsrv* raise on_ and ia. b. s J ills! = .I.C N.mI.aee>

n>oratlon* mast be BOMB. Booth that oar border State should : peas CM before the United Bute one-half. tnllA wits of Orange Lake, KeeeKeTat Ma eaw Mr Via s Jsi Jr +

tl*t the public whose money: .* depended ttj>on to aapplT thesteady i Court the jury brought In a.verdict boot ,.o..t o*.-...*" mile Booth* H.awm'M fof'swkir .ttamaa. to leaved

Mated! tbem and whose' patron- aVd healthy demand of %>orleading In favor of the United State Government woes of IIdo"b. ''-c::. ....-.or secs wed eWthettea

supports tb.*n will hare equal towne and ettte* for itch: anowtng 112,040 to tt. Current S. IL OAITSEILL W"jl 1 lL Yt.assxw ':; f.War Ltm4e.'vacs th.' m.. a. WaM

with u.o.. wb alstaa8g. Ui.m. ..'...-7'' food supply' a* P-1tr7. ; meat. M Iato.b, Ffs. W 1Ir7'\tt. r g. r Hum.. ....."' A


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GAINESVILLE' SUN: MAY G, 1907(
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I "' OAKS TO CMANfiC. HANDS.
". . .
Jam* Van Allen of Archer
G "Assume Management on June -
The Oak I ltot,"l. om' of the .
desirable resort! of me kind in = A Handsome Pocket
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KfXttlOO of the Dilate, la to
,ti ,bands and on June 1 James Van
'" ten formerly of this city but for
(\ past few months of Archer, will
i: sums tbe management of tbe hotelMr
'; . Van Allen In talking to a 'I
1;;toportw, stated that tbe hotel i SAVIN&SBANK
ThU Is the
"
:Vbel'tenovpted, >> repaired and
:'refurnished, and be proposed llankTHK O
inaJke t'one of the best and most l 8U( '
to-data hostelrles In Florida. i gives ,
AJr. Van Allen is a business Zea ..
of conservative judgment, and ry '
.
uo doubt make Tbe Oaks a ) vsI .. .
,
:' ,,:report with the traveling public, j jttci "' -' I ".
,"" (,declares there will be nothing -:. Ii FROEE'N 05 '\
:
:
firstlassservice. I gar; ir' : / 0I
The Oaks Is desirably situated, ..I !t I D .... .. .

,rounded and, Is one by a of beautiful the most grove of I I "- ';' '

rl Mopping places In the State. r[I I: J I jj! GIVEN TO EVERY SUBSCRIBER OF S

( WEIQUND'8, FESTIVAL' MASS. i

'., A, H' -Class Vocal Production I
br Rendered at Holy Trinity. j jIt
.. is. intended that about the ' GAINESVILLE '
:: ?i>>>< .May 'VViecund's Festival Mass I j(
''&* Hat, one of the most t
sod tuneful of modern masses, (( -
b*' sung by the combined choirs ,
y the city at Holy Trinity ((
\ church. To the end that the \ will come and get a Savings B ink and start a Savings Account in the new bank,
t should be still further (
n, cordial invitation to assist la ( will be opened by PHIFER BROS. in their handsome store ;ybtiilding"on the '
,.ro >d to any resident who can : corner of the Square on MAY 1st 1907. .
And wishes to become better' j ,
.r. 'ed with a superior erade ot .

", tbia work tieal,particular music.will app Those clate mass. who.the know merit. SUN Proposes To 'Give Away $1,000 in Cash

", The first rehearsal will be held
.'tb*,.church on Monday evening To stimulate the great,.grand cause of Saving :Money. There are hundreds,, of
.
'a.I 7:80.: Gainesville people who never save a dollar; they never think of the "rainy day" 't'

Church Soliciting Funds. that is certain tQ come to all]] To save spare change or a part of one's earnings is 1J:

a s dirlous Mt. Mortal of making Baptist Improvements church, all a habit, which once acquired, becomes easy to continue, and before,you know'f

?t: their' building and purchasing a it you have a snug sum in a reliable bank-and this bank will give you interest',;,*:,;'" .

''10' feaV s started a,subscription list : money twice each year, so that your savings are really: _earning money for your*; ?;v '
: tfa* 'good sisters' and brothers of
; : *
: Church are circulating' with a Everybody has friends or acquaintances who have been more or less succ sfnllnA'
dal:of energy. They have fr. "! a financial way, and in ninety.five out of.every hundred of these instances tli't i ;: :
Tto::* Sun to make this success that perhaps makes you envious was started.by the bank savings habit. '/<( : '*
: add! It anyone who holds a card {:
.t pans to'approach you, you will be .,.,of .
I' a: position to understand tbe
.
: wttlon, Mt Moriah is one of .A'r"
f, .oldest and strongest' churches of
H rcs in' Gainesville and is (\' THIS COUPON WITH YOU AND RENEW YOUR SUBSCRIP:>>
\' i
"..& of whatever support the ubU
;. f..l. able to give. TO THE SEMI-WEEKLY ,SUN FOR ONE YEAR, -OR FOR THE

a If You Don't SUN F OR THREE MONTHS, ANDaGET 'A HANDSOME
Succeed the first time us.
' and' you will get Instant relief { SAVINGS BANK FREE AND 25 CENTS CREDITED TO
':2 liver regulator. A
greatest :>>
'gars for Constipation Dyspepsia, } ACCOUNT AT PHIFER'S SAVINGS BANK. SEMI-WEEKLY
}'iaria, Chills and all liver
,i"M*; C'of Emory Texas, writes 31.00) ,PER YEAR; DAILY) SUN $1.25 FOR rrHREEIQN"rIIS.: .
.',**My wife has been using Herblne
SI
,' mr.*lt and children tor ave }' "
: .It.4s''a stir* cur for constipation
it'\.,malaria fever, which Is .
'by what it ,has done for my .
:' lllold by W. M. Johnson I
'1 1 i In-the-Mayor's--Court.There YOU ARE NOT .SUBSCRIBER TO THE SUN NOW, CUT THIS S

were two offender In OUT AND BRING IT TO THE SUN'S BUSINESS OFFICE

lag mayor's Edward court Turner Thursday and morning John SUBSCRIBE TODAY FOR THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN FOR ONE

:; KHKivry, colored, who were \. OR FOR TIIEDAILY pUN FOR THREE MONTHS AND GET
i,,'charged with disorderly conduct ,
" It appeared from the evidence HANDSOME POCKET SAVINGS BANK AND 25 CENTS.
both defendants were carriage drivers.sir
.. hftckmen.: and there. was -"TE KL Y SUN 81.00 PER YEAR; DAILY SUN 81.25 FOR THREE S
'tuipleasantness
between them
...resulted In quarrel, when both ",. HS.. SIS
arrested< They were fined II .
'i,!oets''each ,


;'amber'aln'a''There 'la Diarrhoea probably Colic Remedy.no medicine Cholera ." HERE"[D[ HOW" WE[ ARE[ ODIN 6 TO MAKE[ THE[ ABOVE POSSlDl( I

f. relied upou with more Implicit \'.
.
.Dhan Chamberlain's Colic.Cholera .
" and Diarrhoea During renewing their to The Semi '
Remedy person subscription -Weekly Sun for one year or to The
", the third of a century in wbl three months or who: subscribes for The Gainesville Semi.Weekly Sun for for S
it has been in use people have \ one year or
{, ... that It la the one remedy Sun for three months, will be entitled to one of these handsome pocket banks: "<:free of 5
: never fall*. When reduced will receive credit at Phifer's Savings Bank for 25 cent ." , ',
water and aweetvned it ta pleasant .
....... For sale by all druggists. 1. . .
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1 ."C"BXNESS OsRDr3'DRODT. -

..L'M' V. J3OWER8, Sun. $5.00 Per Year; $1.25 For Three Mor :hsSer11iWeekly ,


..'DENTIST' ' 1 Sun $1.00 Per Year. ,
" 'Ofti.*jn MlOfle Tiw Etebeng.. i

*J->3on.No.ELLIS. .: J Iieald. tae.No.
J.--.I. A ..
r
a JR.. line apd be among the,first to secure, .. this beautiful ;littlebank

ATTOKNEY.AT.LAV. free of charge. You must call in person to secure ohe. ): ,

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f'. . THE GAINESVILLE StJN: MAY 6. 1901

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THURSDAY'S' WORK C HEALS If: it is NOTICE LaM FtR OOlo PtJbl41CATfON kt\Jaln""YI1I.) riq? 1

Am11 I I. taw

S. SS OUO.1. ....rt'l" .'.ve------- n 0 tmidisnee '
CAPITOL 1:t'.t: :rust.iuna of t i ': ,r Consre.s of
S
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AT STATE "OLD SORES . epttlsd K.T vn k f w "*"' .s1 of
e Wskoc SMK1* in **iiiic' ;s ,; i allfornla Ore
CORN WHISKEY foe. voda. axl Wn-mntrt i Territory u
extended to all the i uiiit.' lunu' State* b*
An old ore or ulcer is only a r '-niptom. an outlet f
Branches of Legislature which are in thehlool! 1. a,1 1 .is lon:; as this vital fluid ix-.aaina in berry, eowatir of AI,,.;11\... -..ate of FUn-Ma.

Both this inure, contaminated sit file: place will never li al. The applicationof ham tblsdsSled In this oOtoo bib sworn tte--
the Day. rt You want are meat No ma. for tbe' nurcbane i>f thew 1-4
Busy Daring and '.s, was l1..s., powders etc., may cause the spot to.<
outpouring of diseased matter from the blood start tt again and thus it goes Special Leader or wiU more offer valuable I't'OOt0 foe clew lie Umber that or the none land aouaht than rorairrliMiltural tat

SESSIONS on graduaMy growing worse and slowly I affecting the entire health of the rWMftoara. and to entahHah his
AFTERNOON claim to said land before Me l.,tei sod lie
HELD [ There are in which the becomes contaminated
au erer. many ways btpbd n TQIIIWO. tee
and poisoned. Along spell of sickness breeds di>*kt.e germs in the system NORTII CAROLINA "thYty'of June?iS* raa. +

eu.I"s !I. Becoming .!So Heavy that: the failure of the clitt inati ve niemlxrrs 19 remove the refuse and waste<< matterof .. z.t:,.namea Lsexford.aa MI wltneavea.241ppst. W Roy J1teru 1.ae Nipper., turd:

Each Day are |Ms- the body, the excessive use of mineral mcdicindt in certain ditteases: all aU 0' Newberry,1Ms. .

TWO Sessions of Infect the blood with morbid: matter and germs which soouer or later is manifested MOUNTAIN DEW.Very abonMStIItOrtbe4 and ait persons land*oialmtiur ar. 'requs.ted*dv.nir'i> the She

ee,*ary-Many Measures Import. 1>y a sore that refuses to heal. Persona with inherited blood taint are their alaloM In ttttn once.oa or before meld eta

Taken Up and Disposed of. very apt to l>e afflicted with sores and 'nlccrs. The taint tnay lie dormant << old t four full quarts for &3. vx ttd day of Jut>., l"'HENRY''. 8. C11u m. Rulaur F
ance
during young, vigorous life but when middle ale is reached or passed and press prepaid and smelly eompIles - ..-.--------

The Senate Thursday. morning wasconfronted the natural energies begin to gt"O\v"'e'oker. the tissues in some weak point with the Pure, Food Law This Is an NOTICE OP APPLICATION run TAX

by a thirty-two page cal. break' down and a chronic sore is formed and kept open by the constant xcepiional value and a ..rlaordflr'** DEED UNDER SECTION Or'CHAPTKR4w

while the House had to wrestle drainage of impure matter from the blood. If the pause is not removed the know will SEND()1 III.p "FOR'UI. or PHICE your tnnnMrefonded LIST. LAWS OF FUMUDA.

e-.dar sore will continue to grow worse by eating deeper Into the flesh festering, Notloa I. berbtr arl.e.h.| ., Mlro. MMIQfaoturlnjr .
. Companr. l>utmbai,,..,. of Tax O.rtUt-
with forty-three pages. discharging and slowly undermining the constitution. S. t>. S. heals old CHAS. BLUM & COMPANY eat NIK see dated tile May

Both Houses held afternoon. sessions sores by going down to the very bottom of the'.trouble, dri\ing out. the A. D. Wl. bar aim h.W oTrtWeate t. m r
W Jacksonville Pla. offlo, and have tna4 .
517-S19 Bay Bt avplleatlaa
for lax 0 * legislation. V' dozen or impurities and building up tho en tire circulation "When S. S. S. has removed . .. to Issue In accordance with law gets oertltt'
expedite - -- --- - - -- ---
to tIle cause the blood becomes rich and healthy, the sore begins to heal, new oat embraoeii tbe foUowln dcrtb Cropertr '

more bills being: passed on third reading flesh is formed and soon the place ia cured Do not depend on external wit: fcltuated In Alaebua euitty. Slos ds. kI- l

In the Senate and a large numberof applications, which do not reach the! blond but begin the use of S. R. S. and EVANS 'SEED CO _Sw r_... of Nw U See 35 Tp. 8 8. R. SI-40

House bills being either withdrawnor remove of the cause, and then the wore must heal. BOOk on Sores and Ulctrrs The sell land heists aane"% ed ..t11.* eels of

advanced to third reading.The and medical advice free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA GA. ot the'r 1I.n..ot n. TlUl.. scab rnttcate la tbe n.m*

Senate had three special orders Dealer In FIELD sad Unless aafcl eenlfleat shell be redeemed aooordloir -
to law atlWtteesssmtf
tea deed wW Uaue
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-the Trammell franchise bill a GJIt11E. t'iEEU.' W.,. A U I WOT.
Introduced morning and most of the afternoon Suwannee county; passed under sus omeial airsature and seal this
which
substitute for was discussing the Carter bill requiring pension of rules. Yeas S3, nays 0, tbeUtbday of AprU. A. U IM.
ties:
Mr. Trammell and It was a special S e ci a 1 C.r.lll WIKNTC1ES.
by Hudson candidates for admission to the bar and immediately certified to Senate. ;p pj Clerk Circuit" Co.. "'.
order for Friday; the '
to be examined by the supreme court. The committee on pensions presented .llockv Fond Cantaloup
bill for an extension to the State capital Improved Arlington H hlte Spine CM NOTICE: or APPLICATION FOR TAX ,
Messrs. Carter and Farris for substitute for House bill No.
the spoke a DICED UNDER SECTION Of ORAPTim
and the Same bill for erection combers
of a supreme court building all the bill; Messrs Calkins and Willis 379, by Mr. McCutcheon of Pasco ....ng Island brown t'abbar ... LAWS OK KM3RIDANotlo .

with Senator Zlm'a of Levy against It, more or less per. providing fort, a State board of pensions << Improved HI* Boaton Lettuce.Kaat'Maln to hereby hreb. that, I:. K, Caxnon. I'
of which, together purchniwr Tax CertlUoate No. SO. .
dated tb
endorsing William Jennings sonal feeling developing In the debate. ; 200 copies: ordered printed and O. tin day of May. A. D. INM. taM fuss sell

resolution Mr. Matthews of Marlon also spoke bill put on second reading. $i.-P. Blook.G"A.N'HSV'zI.Lm. eertlttoate my oKlce. and has made application
for the Presidency. were Informally : for tax deed 1.0Q.. In accordance with '
Bryan : :alT.A.Alachua .
against the bill motion to postponeIndefinitely By Mr. 'Parkinson of Volusla (by law HaUt certlOeate embrace' the- fob ,
passed until Friday. lowlntf d..ortMwd pintwrty: bltuated In AUobuacountv
bill making the being lost by a vote of requestFor public kindergarten. halide, towit.Hw .

maximum){r. Trammell's telegraph rate twenty-five 17 to 33. J By :Mr. Parkinson of Volusla (by request County Abstract Co. R ta--11 an>sal aorea.8. M Of s* 14 Bee. IA.Tp.DK.: '

)Salaries of county superintendents Tbe aald land betnr. ssseseed.5' the date or '
cents for the first ten words and two / [Incorporated! the Iwraanqeof snob tartest In ice swag
additional word was lost SENATE PROCEEDINGS. of,public Instruction. of John W liurrouKbaUnleM .
cents each ) The House- adjourned until Friday Perry M.: Oolaon. Prea J. w. Rlandlnar. Vic* aald eertiaoate shell b* tdaoi4aooordlnr
In the Senate by a "vote of 25 to 5. The Senate was called to order at Pra. O. R Colaon. A.o.-Tr.ss. to ICs,tax deed will I..u. Vbereon.on

President Harris leaving the chair to 10 o'clock in the morning 'and after at 10 a. m,. GAINESVILLE, FLA. Wltneaa the SXh my day. omotaasslure ne_i %ha

speak against the bill. prayer and a correction of the calendar tbe K>tb day of April A. l>. !* ?.
8. U. WIKNOEft.pa .
I exelaute
!Ir. Crane's bill war 'then passed the following new bills 'were JONESyiUkE/ JOTTINGS. W'. do an Abstract bo |. __ Clerk CI"ut-Court Alsebes, Co....(In.NOTIOC ..

making telegraph companies liablefor taken up: Jonesville. May 2.-Rev. Taylor ness. with facilities for 'Imparting Foil
Information concerning the Title of ;: or APPIJCAT10N FOR TAX t
senders of telegrams for Mr. Beard-Relau'ng to revision filled his regular appointment here
flO to By any and all lands In Alaertna CODII&'. DEED CNDElt SECTION a OF UHAPTKR

failure to deliver messages In a, reasonable of the muster rolls of records and Sunday morning. Owing to his wife's AU business' trsniseted promptlyJ. ')*
time there being only one dissenting history of soldiers of Florida.v Illness It was Impossible for him to _'H __ __ . __ ___. __,-_ la hereby .a..n'that R. P. r>uair>kln,
'Half where be purchaaer of Tax OertUleate N... lt%>, 'ate vote.Important. By Mr. Leggett-Relating to deeds preach at Moon Lake
the nth day of July, A. I>. 1UOI. haa Bled sekteertln.at.
Senate matters In the afternoon and mortgages. was to have baptlced several candi \V. PATTON in my omne. and ha* made p(>llea-'
tint for tax deed to Mess (Is aocordane wlib '
were the executive /session By Mr. Hudson- To regulate the dates. We hope to hear of her speedy law HaM certMeate embraeea tbe foUowInx

and the passage of the Adams bill treatment .orphan children. recovery. He postponed the baptism ...Civil Engineer and Surveyor... ty.deacrlbed Florida proiterty towltt altuateain. AUobua eounx

for Inspection care and maintenanceof By Mr. Neel-For appropriation for until next Sunday morning at 10 DEALER IN HEAL ESTATE: .Ora Nw 1.40.; Hw 1-4 flea. b Tp. 's S.. It t.....

county convicts.In West Florida fair. o'clock. < attention all business The sets' land being BMr-Mwd at the data. of
Prompt to the seep a. ...
o.ttdo.w the
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the House this morning on the Bills on Third Reading.By Miss Minnie Leeof Newberry spent Office Hirst door North of Thrn.hr's I 0' \'V.' rflimme.*.

concurrent resolution by Mr. Petti- Saturday and Sunday with Miss ofh* P..O Hoi 163. Gainesville.. Ha. UnleM seW oertlfleat shell be redeemed a*.. ,
.
Mr. Trammell. Senate bill No. t wltl
o IMII tberoon on
the sole Socialist member requesting Clem Pickett. _.. ... b.rM'r. '
grew, --- -Y -- -- tbs A. It, twr.
16-Relating to charge of telegraph; Wlinia. on) << .Unatur b.lthief
my < *l sad
that a convention be, called companies regulating'cbargea to 25 Mrs. J. C. Fortson and eon. Julian NOTICE.FOR PtrnUCATION" the Srd' day of April$ A.k liwr.Pd ... .

proposing amendments to the federal spent last week with her mother, Mrs. Land Offl e st OalnearlUe. rja. U. Wfltrff1K"Cl.rk
cents for ten words But lost by a Sprit .. I1M7.Notl Circuit Court Alsehsa o.a.. Vu.
constitution providing for election bya 25 to K after considerable dl.. \\". J. Hamilton.Mr. .. Ia o..b. given that In .,oai>llan<*.
Vote o( e
direct vote of United States Senators and Mrs. T. M. KIrby of New with the provUK. of the sat of Convmw. of NOT1CH! Or APPL40ATIOW roe'r x'
cussion. Jun. 5. seta. entitled "An act for tb* .&1. of
and for an Income and Inherit berry spent Sunday with the hitter's timber l..od.l. the Ktatea" of Calif omla, Or.. DEICD UNDER HKC'T1ON a or OHAPTEH4WA.
Senate bill No. 119 by Mr. Crane-. '
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tor. Ner54s.54 WaahlnirUMi Territory a* LAWS or JrWI DA.No..I. .
ance tax, the vote was not unanimous parents. )Ir. and Mrs. W. W. Spires.Mr. .xtended toll the rxibllcland &ttea by' sot
but there was no opposition to Favorable .report with amendment by and Mrs. Sanchez of Bronson of Aucuat 4. IHHS. William M, Ifa,... of Tyler, .*la hereby 4rlven label. Meim' Uaaufaetuitmr -
committee on canals and telegraphs, o w>ntr of Alarhua.\ $tst.01 Moi-lda, bee Ibis trampaay. purche er of Tax UertMeate -
either resolution on the floor. and Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Green of day Wed la tbltontee bUeworn .t*t.mst No, No. MI. dated the 4te dy of Julr.A, U.
providing a penalty for delay In delivery W4. for the purehawe of th. N l-, of N* 1-4 of IM,. bav* flied aald nertlfleal In my otttce.aiM
The committee>> on finance and taxa of telegraph and telephone Tloga, spent Sunday with. their par HectUm No. 4 In TowMblp No. S ft. .......Nu hate mad application for e.g de4 ko Nw e hinooordanc l
le K., and will offer l>root to show that tb* with' law Mala oertUkoate ew
tion the Pickett.
bill A.
In House fixing Mr. and Mrs. 11.
salaries ents.
messages; iwithln'the State of Florida land eouvht la more valuable for IM Umber or insets tbe followlaadeM>Ht>ed' propert ..,...
of State cabinet officers at $3.000 a Misses Ostella and Irene Miller tone than for agricultural purpose, and toe sled In Alnchua county Florida, .".1'.
was passed by a vote of 29 to 1, Mr. .....uu..b bla claim to aUl land before Revteter Nwkiuf. ftwM. Mw V TP M. H. II-40
year passed Its second reading with visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.T. aad ".eel.., at UelaeavUi. Kin,, on Tfcuraay. aorea.lli .
Neel only, voting no. The bill, as ald land .... ._ ..
b.
e4
amendments tbs eih day nf ..II D.. INN" e at the chl4l of
the Pickett
Including adjutant R. Sunday evening
passed, refers only to telegraph mes! II* name a. wlteea e.: Rowdy rtevUr. d. the iMiuMut of aueb ortmat In the name
general 'chem. p. ../ J. T. V. MaUoUtoMr. .U of of Rltowortb Triwt cto.
at $3,000 and. the. State sages. Mr. and Mrs. 11. D. WotherlnKton. T r*U. r. Fir.Anr.rd lr..U Uulon. 0.I... aald _"lIS".'. aba he rdeemilaooordlna

lit at $2.500.Another Misses Klla* Smith and Viola Glfford All p raon. cU'mliw ..t..raeJ r too to law'tax' deed will IMU tnereonoo
Senate bill No. 47, by Mr. Adam.- be 4tb of May, I),
day A. o
ovmMMlb UiMl .r. r.<|u bill also passed Its second With favorable report by committee, and Messrs. If M. Harris and Matthews .lr claims !. this. omee on or be'ore MtUt sthT Wltne.. mr omcial: eijinaiure aa4 Hal this
reading making the salary of State Newberry attended churchat 4.. Of JHD9, lent the lid day of A brio A.I). l r''WllCN'aJM.' '
of
prisoners and convicts relating; to IIi HENRY: a. CIIUIIII. KecUtcr.KOTICE 1 :
auditor 12,500 and assistant auditor Jonesville Sunday dining at the VClerk Circus' Court Aiacbu' Co.. Ha.
providing for the proper care, maintenance -. -- -- -- .
12,250. and protection. inspection, home of Mrs W. J. Hamilton. or APPLICATION row TAX
NOTiOn or AITLICATION; ron TAX 'l
The House consumed of the
part DEED UNDElt MCOTION a Or CUAP'IU4rse
rules for regulation; and contract of .- -- Dean: UNDER .HKOTION or CIIAiTKJt4MM. ,,
LAW or ruwiDA.Notice .
county prisoners manner of their LAWS or FU>R1DA.NntUte V
l. hereby Clven that i P. Fry, pus
Ao.t. fIa1LLdL discharge and Inspection of county baer of Tax OertlOeate* No. tun. SOT and SM. U Tag elves tbat Steart tloMkbtne. .
..... tbs *rd" day of July. A. t>. IIWI. baa filed ptircbaker of C.reraosts J.o. en. anted .
i"I 1 .Jails, and to pay for the expense of eM etrttneate* Jn tar oort**. and bee the Srd dr at AprU. A D. lnuS nee '
I carrying out the provisions of the .ad. .ebe.unn" 1M Ira d..d 10 Iir.e Sled aald *..rtsl.. In asy oftie*: sod .;
.... twa la _ord. O. with law. M.... .., .llo......_ mao application for tax deed to lau '
-; act being upon Its passage! the bill bra e tb. foHowlnjr. de.orlb.di.rulorty. In _.vrtt.._ with" law N.biertl4aat* -- .:
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sled la Alaabua _.... Pickle towlu.: br followlAir dee rlbed property altv-
was passed by a vote of 21 to 8. N.1-4o4 MwlfofboI4Cs..16.Tp. II R.. ted.I la :rn: eount) floriam' towit
\ ) R. le IOSdres I W ..e :, of N w 1-4 .ow SS, TP. 10 5...1
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Afternoon, Session. R. tw .i ,
5} Heo. X. ,
Nw1.4ofa.4ofCwI- isTp II lrand !tea
'. l' The following bills passed In the R. 1r.- I0aere.. Tb meld Keliuf. ._aaed at the. date *f :
Nw1.4ofH.r4of8w M M.., IS, Tp. U H.. tbe Uwaoeeof. scab ..,'un.... IK tbe ba' >4 a4J '+

JJ afternoon after the executive session I IL Tb ta-* 10 aaM sates lead heist sea..d at th.Sets or unknown.Unle**eeld ..r.I4....shame ne ....s........ aocucillbjf
under waiver rules: No. 112 Mr. to law. tax deed wiu IMU .
I' lb.tMtuane. of ."* In .... name tberevo os
r Baker of Tenth selection of Jurors; r>r yrn 1.1...,. -1t.Lr: .., and U. J. IJi..y.VnIO.ss.lds.rtia.sles tb..K .day of. .,, A U ItWT.Wli .
Woenmenerers oroeiaf
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....... No.[ 42. by Mr. Masuey. execution construction c' mrwdinr M> a. deed WIUIiwu. tbrutl OS tbe 1..4. of Apttl" A. It, lr."WOC"; ,
;:::J- : and operation of bill; No. lb. Web y of ;1*:. A U. I9VT.; pd r lark Circuit. Court 8 AUebu 'ri .
W.,_*. o r 140 by ')ir. Massey, distribution of ., .. ...u. A. U. tat. k
A Should use II. U. wnuoe4l. .'aTITfOlf0"/ kJ.Il."T1OH:
c.c-refu.; : statutes to Judges and solicitors; lid Cterk CJreuU Court A.lAClUla Co.. 5141'STiTIO "
t resolu- Ht t* *f Florida-AlecbM* C4Mt.>*y. ",1.;
wife will alwciy sU J JI Ji county criminal court; Joint To th* Hosts of Pwbli ln tf etioa '
111' mDONT $' row "". .&OT' ". \ .fl
tion No. 77. by Mr. Adams, requesting E R BIN We. tb uadera taxp* *r* *n4 voter
4 In tU MoedneMI neb w4 LMurtet. |>* luua '
jj keep.sp1P1iea congress; to surrey Suwannee river; T* ta* PoeM nf Tut,11d: InettutloniVve : raM* Uidr to call ett.eteeUm m your
the .al.r ireed.filaase, |>*tltlon Your : neorowltn >
resolution No. 89. by Mr. .-- --... .....,. .. . tbolaw, and at slew etilUW *.
Wl't ti 4i Senate Joint j rl.nnr" \0 t wra"r4 b s eueeiM ., ...... oa.-I.,. .., .....(fft the oresUee of 5 tips.IM .
i Zim. memorial relative to Improving known.M ins foUeirs IeMlury livll MpeM.l U>I f rt*..embraelneSectkMM r T... .Vlo' ee4 .... ."lII\bot, of Ihflle W ... ftle

SALLARD'SSNOW St Augustine harbor; No. 97. by Mr.Masaey. let yourself to be miserable. ( ... 14, \ *4.M, M.. at. bn, 'I". *. K. furl. so.....rbfs.s... the tWOw1m JM1MlilMd. ,
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?, regulating business of foreign Why sorter from severe t *a t tj; In aches have fainting spells A O nwron. J K. Wt114r.5. A. J. rtelebe J.ot54.i a as ii' y west Yr Mow5np.te.. river.
corporations doing business liver II %V A Kodaw W us. Thv i la+ sb.l1iJ::. H. 14 M.
fretful Y ur fluIret .
I and be : l H. k is rse, .
ce5Ny. U. IL il.eoti.r
I* J4M .. j, Mr. Jooee;, W "
LINIMENT Florida No. 145. by Mr. Crane. ex. Itetblusthe Y am.r s. >* A ttrrs5I 1..1. .,.. .
; I needs attention. Trf K. 1 <**'* J C. WM4. J A. I'srrl.b. bs .T. Y. ) .-' .I, L. ,,___.
i tending time limit of Charlotte Harbor great liver regulK> '. J. a L: :M. O 14o.dr. B 1C lies-see, A. Lffrd.er W.M.r,. 5.Grbt.r-.A A. Nobetbs., A, r,
A Positive Cure For I a. J. I. r*.,.", J. Vneteber .."........ c.. e.; rt.. ,J. W. : .O.,.
and Northern Railway: No. 17S. i Coosup tire. BUIousCkBl K. K Moer15. M T. War*. C CMarttn JC,: +lt.e -' u.f=.:W .1"---=
eksee.t .
phtumatlsin. Cut Old Crew. fl&.OOO CURCS and FeYer.a4 W JH Ilw4*. N.:r. WUUa U U Seo '
*. Kore. by Mr. appropriating .. .e.ir. p 10,14., CS the eretlsf fo be ..+d .ire
oralrw. "'ou
I vocn* Uunlotts a Kt ail PTt i '}4' Ute ijoere.1reM. .,. iartrsette.of Alrelwo . .. . ro' .. .. . .. .JJ
Mrs.E.C. ).[orrUo Uo. e.V Tie. s. ss the owns, Ie.- w
Jim ia'doWs.Irs. ton Texas write J 1 havesuflered sI ftn. is m
from*4wr rr... - t,
for
1 C. 31. Unnyorj {*tAn.- IN THE HOUSE.:. headache rears dlxiln** and XO'nCENit.
Mo. Y .
:.Y orlowLinimentand ba. The House was called to order at ,faJnllntr, sl.ell-SS. I r *e *va .. Ie --.__ arb_ Mot ..'''"'- : can't until tried U.rUn sieompUUilyeuwL .........,.\&ouoIa 0. .k __.. or 5. A. Jrfe d..
aoufcfa for It. for Rhea- 10 a. m-. Speaker Matthews, ; In the DO relief Ilways,0 .-....... ..... Sees .,...... so tea sesee
and W ...CJrtt44..., l'.Mr.+w.M. w fgg rre'TV.NSDse
iI a tim and an pains. It Is chair. -.raM cv Al.5.g s.selr eta.'s ae..ssdv''. MMra.a.ei
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a most useful mwdlcltm to CJTi It Aim .1.te.esM.4Is..t=- sari itIr..s..d tee toweer, ....wKfL< Mir' A/..
bills Introducedwere ..
Among tie new for rrees miterrs mesa.
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iii tKma .. h bir w 5505 win be lien. Sad e.bM 5nr.rseso e..wrr +r r o.re.
Three the following dy .SM.ess..nss ... S.r1 to taw

f .. Sizes 21st, 5Oc. $1.00 By Mr. Paul of 11olmyrUBb sad RaHard scow LJnlnMurt Co. 311. Alf1i tb hart.a . ..a. .....haw Mob
::1trd: IIEmsoat.SOM r DAwusas>> AdedaMUe.r.. . see.. .se e.M.rurt ...S.? 'S +s +&
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tlr S..w Oalflt i. I. tarpeotln privilege In s.ue. aT. uxna. -- ---- --- --- --, Op.o.M. Y. e, rsaeM Use,

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f' all.. 'I. t.arely vies. epeSeasl.s sUibe
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THE GAINESVILLE SUN: MAY G IflOT

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!tDOGg those who visited Gainesville Dr. J_ D. Watkins, cashier ot the
t JEWS OF cITAND ; yesterday was Mrs Sarah F Bank of Mtaaaopr, was among the ,- _' M ",

Jackson of Arthur, who came prim 1 ,'Isltor"0 this city yesterday. Dr. I'

BOUNTY CONDENSED pallto look after her tAxes. Mis Watkii -, when connected with the ,

Jackson in b\.Udlng a flue home .at Gainesville and Gulf used> to come to

Archer which, when completed will flee us ovary- day but now bis duties ,

of General Interest> Guth- be amoag the most modern iu the prevent the pleasure of his visits
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county.Mr. An alarm of fire at 11:30 o'clock .
erod by Oar Reporters. and :Mrs. Geo. \V. Pendarvts yesterday morning from Box C4 summoned ;

hard- gone to Cincinnati and other the department promptly. The '
f'tRSON' : L. AND SOCIAL. ITEMS points, where they expect. to spend 'fire was an old trash pile in the Frog :\,(:

a month or sir weeks on a vacation. Alley vicinity* which amounted 'to :' ,'\ __ J
Hat Happened a d What s Going :Mr." Pendarvl is the ,,
ettea efficient opera* nothing but a smoke, but which treated "tta'jf.i .r.
Happen Told 'In Short Paragraph tor of the Western Union Telegraph considerable excitement tor' ,
to .
So That MM Who Buns War' Read"It Company' In this city. During his absence while. THIS NAME on yourMEANS PI1'Qti.! o. ;

The Sun. 'V. B. Sadler will fill the posi A. McDavld.. a progressive citizen .
I III .
,"' tion. and planter LaCrosse, was in the k+
fHdav't Daily .Sun... "
Prevatt
frmt Hamp and bride returnedto -
city: Thursday and made The Sun an
A. Matthews of Camp Ule was Archer ;t
N their home at Saturday,
agreeable call. H* reports the cotton
In the city yesterday.W after A visit to relatives at Newtown. 1
crop In that section a fair stand and j
:J. Waits of Fairbanks wa visitIng Mr." Prevatt was married to Miss the grower! are now chopping. The ; 1
In the city yesterday. Sadie Harrod of Gainesville the
on
crops on an average are good but the
John XL Merry of Mlcanopy was 7th of ApriL The bride was born corn Is needing rain. StyleQualityPricoThese
business in the city yesterday and raised at Bronson. We join their
transacting
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; Melton and family J. Barker and lij
many friends In best wishes.-Levy
wife A.-J.
Hancock W. H. Rainpey
II. IL Arnold of Fairbanks was Tlme -Democrat. .. and G. W. Smith all of Atlanta are
registered at the Brown House Among the prominent Newberry In the city' and will remain here 'for

Thursday folks who spent yesterday In Gainesville the next .few weeks. The gentlemen mean ALL to the buyer

Rev. Chas. Parker the Baptist divine were Lute Howell and C. N. are employes, of the Southern Bell -- .

of LaCrosse was among the visitors McArthur. Mr. Howell stated that Company, and have come to construct 'ft
to Gainesville yesterday. since Newberry has been Incorporatedand some, extension work: for the
the town officers elected, things
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j B. Kennard. the liveryman of company.
Waldo was among those who spent have assumed a right metropolitanair The people ot, Gainesville are gladto L I
yesterday In Gainesville on business.j sure-enough, and that boom.the town was on a welcome'O. P. Cannon and familyas :s: : ::E ADQTERS: ; lJ lJf

A. Maultsby, the brick manufacturer residents of Gainesville They
Harry Pearce, who for the past have been for for > ,
of Campvllle, was among those residing at Rocky Point
who came to this city on business yesterday three years has been attending the the past few months, but decided to f
Atlanta Dental College has arrived return to Gainesville, on account of Dress Fabrics Laces Embroideries -
home a full-fledged graduate having the ;,
many religious and educational
Mrs. H. P. -Holsteln and son, '
,
recently received his diploma from Notions Towels Table
advantages shown here. Mr. CannonIs a
Charlie have returned from a pleasant -
,
that Institution. Ills numerous .
engaged in trucking at Rocky Point.Dr. .
visit to Chas. V. McKinney and '
friends here are glad to welcome him Linens Etc. ,
vile of Louise and Mrs J. H. Alderman, :who ,
and congratulate him upon his suc
Mr and Mrs. D. Dawson ot Newberrr cess. Dr. Pearce has not yet laid have been stopping at The Oaks for I1

were in the city yesterday, having his future plans.A the past few months, bave decidedto RUGS AJIT: SQUARES, SHADES
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business connected with the keep bouse again, and have removed -
come on decided
change has been madeIn PORTIERES Eta
Into
collector's office. the cottage owned by ,
tax I
tbe entrance to the Thrasher law Dr. Aderman and recent)' vacated by. '" '.
Mrs. J. V. Burke of Jacksonville Is building on East Main street N., Chas. 8. Hill'and family, Alachua'
In the city, a guest of Mr. and Mrs. which now 'enables those who desireto j -, .
avenue East They will be at hometo
R. Merchant. She is the mother ,
James see Attorney Broome or SurveyorJ. their friends in then! new loca -i
of Mrs Merchant. W. Patton to do so without going tlon. 1
Geo. W. Dyal of :Monteocha was In through a gate and then ascendingthe Mrs. R. Wilson ,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. S. Hill who
the city yesterday. Mr. Dyal is .an stairs, the entrance being made
have been residing In this city for
extensive lumber manufacturer of his from the street. This Is an improvement
the past two or three years, have
town, and reports business good. which will be appreciated by i
removed to Lawtey. Mr. Hill, whoIs
Taken Up-O e white and brown the public. employed by the Cummer Lumber .
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months old. Owner msy reovet same In the city- Wednesday from Plerson, I Lawtey a more convenient center for Remember A. M Dl by applying" : to R. H. Cox, Gainesville. Volusla county and will In future his work hence has decided to locate broker when In the market for gro: years the efficient principal of the

Strayed from Tyler Flap on May make their home here', stopping with there. *While friends here regret eerie., hp,grain and feed-stuff' fears OalnesvllI Graded aud High School!

2nd, dark-bay mare; medium size. Mrs McGrew. East Main street N. very much to lose them, they money and time.' Write or 'rbODe me. who I* her In the interest of tb*

about 7 years old. Notify Tyler Lumber Mr. Ekman was married to Miss La- will wish the family much happinessIn Both longNilstanee'phone5.<< Cltlsen'a Lit. Insuranc Company of

Company Tyler Fla., and receive gretta Hastronno. a charming young their new home. For stomach troubles, bllliousoees Louisville Ky. of which: ,b* t* the
reward lady of Pierson, on Monday: evening. and constipation try Chamberlain's State manager prof Wldeman and' '
Front .YtJnIaIl'. Ja4/11 Sun I
Ga''nor Wiggins, a bright young II.--1. one of the most widely known ".. II. Ourn.ot Hawthorn was Stomach and Liver Tablets. Many faintly are now making their' horn
lad of East Gainesville, has accepteda young men of our city, and hiss friends remarkable cures have been effectedby In Tallahas HI. friend Mere st*
among those who came to Gainesville
position as messenger at the office extend congratulations. on business Friday. them Price 25 cents. Samples glad to welcome him again H* 1accoinpatiled

of the Western Union Telegraph Captain :M. L. ,Gllmer. the popular free. For sale by all druggists.T. by V. C Rutherford of

Cm >aoy.C conductor of the Atlantic Coast Line 1 Warranty and mortgage deed forale R. Pickett of NewberrY'', C. C.llarwell Louisville, comptroller of the coot ,
at this office. Kitty cents dos-
K. Melton of Mlcanopy was in running between High Springs and I per ot High Springs, T. A. McDonald pany.
3.00 .
t'.3 city for a few hours yesterday.Ho Burnett's Lake, was In the city en or | per| hundred.B. I J. C. Crown and sons and W. C. A. will b* seen by half-page advertUernent ,

was en route from :Jacksonville. Thursday. Captain timer for years F. Dress, a blacksmith and wheel I Crown of Rocky Point, were' among In this paper, Th O W. Y;

.*ie he has been for the past few was In charge.,of the night freight, wright of Hawthorn was among those the visitors to this city ,yesterday. Hid Company will hold grand ;'
Jr on business. which he pleaded to term the "mid. who spent Friday In this city. Mr-' McDonald reports a refreshingrain thr' -day. "whit eal,," at their store'

Phone A M. Dickson broker night express," between High Springs Miss --Annie Collins, the efficient at Rocky Point Friday afternoon beginning Tuesday morning' and ending fi

04&1 i eiville. sod ReI prjoe. quality and Rochelle finder the old schedule principal of the Mlcanopy school!, which was welcomed by the truckers Thursday Might of the coming
aid: quick delivery. roods sold from He Is one of the most popular *. was shopping in the city yesterday. and farmer week at which thousand of yard

JtekonTille and the West. Can give well as one of the best known bell- Waterman Johnson of Mlcanopy and Friends of Mrs. Georg Gleason of of whit goods of the finest quality a

clt.1"." price. V> all point cord Tankers In the State, as has Low Smith of Evipston were transact.log Rocky Polnj will regret to learn that will b* placed on the market atgreatly
Among the made himself popular by his genial business In this city yesterday. she f.' Quite ill at the home of Mr. r-eJuc.'ed price Remember

tL city: is :J. C.prominent Ooodwine visitor of to sunny disposition. His friends are Fancy EBK For'f'I..Uln'f-WhUA and and Mrs. R. D. Peeler, South Gainesville the dates, and If In nd of anything '
. Indiana. glad to see him always. here In-.bite goods do not fail to call and
.i.3 is an extensive Barred Plymouth Rock avid" ,andoU.* having been removed where
her<' )Ir. Goodwlna property will spend owner ev_ From Saturday' ItaHu ,Svn forest. | pure breed. W. T). Fsgsn. she receive more prompt medical' fulfill your wants,, for another opi-or t
tunlty wilt not b* offered this *utnmr -
House for rent. A. L. Vldal. attention. 811..as suffering from
era) dars looking,alter his interests C. N. Button of Hague was in the '
herea IJ J. W. Blackwell of Waldo was tradIng city Friday. lie called at The Sun blood poison Friends bop she will to secure ths good at NScb

W and two prom- In the city yesterday.T. office and renewed his subscription. soon recover although her conditionis ridiculous\ lorr price.
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Ling< !: young truckers of the Clyatt J. McRae has returned( from a Miss Eva Johnson of Reddlck has ..regarded as quite swolus at this

ec on were among those who spent business trip to Tallahassee. returned to her horn, after a pleasant time. Caught Three Cstsmounts.

\. terday; In this dty. They reports Mr*. J. II. Prater of Mlcanopy was visit 'to Mr*. :Joseph Howell In W. H. Tlson, formerly of thin city J. A. Klrt!y'. a proajrwsslt ,citUnof 1 ;

': growing; nicely: since the recent shopping In the city: yesterday. this city.John but now engaged In business in Ocala, the LaCrosse section !..* good
f .,.s. Is her! on a brief visit to his. parents, fellow, but*h. Is death on catanjouut*,
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Mllllcan of Sal If. Holly and Interesting lit
*r and Mrs. J. R. Merchant have do were visitor to this city Thurs tie daughter Miss Aie! n. were In Mr. and Mrs W O. Tlson. It. has as h* has succeeded la capturing recently
R sd Into the new Wlxson home, the city'from their Arrendondo home been In 111 health for the past few three young ones from the '
t.;:; Inlon street where they are day.Chas. months, and Is rn route horn from hammock of the LaCrosse district
V. McKinney was In the city yesterday
* pleasantly located, and where Hot Bprlnga, Ark.. where h. baa bn and baa thesis In captivity. The spct-
Thursday from Louise. He Is one of a C. Strickland and _Burrell Wiggins
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u will b4 pleased to welcome their under treatment. Friend are gratified men are of Jh. finest and Mr'
the leading. farmer of that section.: two progressive farmers of the '
ff ,
:1- to lee him looking much bet
so Kirby Is holding them for a premium, ,
fobt lUrton of Rocky Point was Inv Mrs. O. CX Husband daughter, little Hague section were trading la the tor. and he declare h* never felt better . The LaCrosse neighborhood baxnrn *

,', yesterday. Ifr. and Mrs. Miss Xeva. and Hartrldge Lee city yesterday In his Uf*. \ annoyed considerably during'th*

.Lo and children have Just returnam of :Metro, were la the city Thursday. Georg Taylor of Palmer, the efficient Judge Hid L. Carter and lIOn 8.L. past fw month, by these Intruder,

LaCrosse where they have :John Montgomery, upon a chargeof superintendent of the Gainesville ., Jr., hate arrived In the city from I which hav captured many chickens,
beJ: : on a visit to relatives and drunk. and disorderly, was fined Pfacb Orchard Company spent Tallahassee, where the former I* ably and the neighborhood will feel| under
Cr'.d& >15 and costs In the mayor's court yes Thursday In this city on business.J. representing Alacbua county in the obligation to Mr. Kirby for bis efforts

? Tburman Kelley and children terday. 0. Itevill and Mr*. K. M.Bevill lower Ifous Judge Carter friend In cleaning the catamount out

* ':'a in the dry yesterday for a few O. W.. Maine and D. V. Maine and *. well known and popular resident will ,*.".t to learn that h* has not -

* :ra They were
.fr :a Lake Butler where they bate that section were la- the city trad- who spent yesterday In Oln"vllU. Legislator convened" but despite Vw. R. Btorkort has goo to Leos

i-a tor the p*.t few day on a visit tog Thursday. Mr. and Mr*. Henry C. Futeh of this: h. baa stuck- closely! to his post Angeles, California.. war Iu* ...tnr.pr..c

" urn Keneys' parent. ,....Mr. and Friends of Mrs. John Cb. nut will Jackson rill* are in this city guests of of duty which fact i. notkabl Florida 'In the import! <#aclav '
Jet'S.
J a Jetty be glad to learn that she Is Improving.Mrs. the former mother Mr*. 3. ft Futrfa. from the dally reports from the Cpl- or counsel of the Bbrlnsrs' dgr .>

Fronds of Will Cromwell will r. Cnesnnt has ben suffering with Friends will regret to learn that Mrs.J toL .. of Masonrr ,,

F":* to learn that b* has been suffer- fever for tbe past few days. E. Fa&h Ie til :'be workmen' ar* busily engaged )lr. 8tckri I* a man of great !IA-

t c for the past fw day with tysoid Ed Weston who has been eondaevmg James P. L.ovelae.. for .*vral tears oa thbam of K. Baird .bJcb win b* fli *n *. a clvr ntrtahir and wtUno
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: 1-... HI. condition t* Inv a cold drink and cigar stand in the a" resident of GalnsvIIl. after a on* of the Onset In the city when com- doubt return with flying I colon '

Lrsved ks bow...... sad be hopes to Hill building, east side square baa brief but pleasant vlslr to iota sister. pl*c.d. It will b* mmbr4 that of the riorM division of the .t rto*.
enabled to meet his friend oo moved to the layman block south Mrs. P. ),I. To ukl.s. holt for his Mr. Dalrd bad the mlsfortoa a fw

the atn eta ta a fw day. aide, whr be will continue Ms tms- home tta Ifrvwtoo. Ala. yew<
wtA, 8aowd ,of Xdcaaopy.: moteflhl2 ....... Among. the visitor ta U U city Friday H. proposes to 'rypUc ta* old on., Patient and onrs** at the h..pU.t.t
; ly known among his trUed Strayed-J.rsy' cow, light spotted wa Cha E. Johnston formerly which wa pew J, with something abaolatty *.tr.. to extend taaak to tips. Ep-
4 '8aauy'. 8N>>..den was a business marked la one ear and rope snark of this city bat for the pact fw years sttodArn fa that line. being worth League of the First Mthx>lit

hstta to OiavtU* yesterday, '),fr. around horns 8vppoed ta have a resident sad busineee man of Day, twpaorlu. with grain .leeator. and church sad 'the" V. Y. p. V of U *

owdea 1* OM Of the best .;..... goa towards Mtcaooyy Reward for tooL H* was amrovt* to Lleaderno.. / vrythln uy to date. Ta* barn will First IlapUsC church, for daw- anttrill.
Cf tIIoe ....-r..' W tatormatloa teadiag to recovery X ,-m... X- c:. where a* win pnd be completed ta *. fw day. durta the pUt sU weeks

--1' _..:. .' ogttN.mi. W, CromweU Gainesville, Fla". rat .*.... '1 Ataoog tlu rtaitor to this city to A.UCi Z. VROVqttrOH. hrt..
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