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Title: The Gainesville sun
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Title: The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Twice-a-week sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 13, 1907
Frequency: semiweekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived Monday issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection; these issues have been reproduced within the run of the daily ed. for the years <1905-1909> when the daily was not published on Mondays.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).
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Volume ID: VID00229
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Other version: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)

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"> VOL. XX\TI. NO, '8 ;. ( GAXNESYILLE, FLORIDA, MONDAY\ MAY lB, 1907 ONE DOLLAR A YEAS

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FIGHT TO A FINISH. H. & W. n Drew Company deed .
HEIR IS BORN TO THE MONTHLY MEETING cook $11.10; James Edwards workon SCHOOL SEASON

Longshoremen Ctrike In New York road, $1.50. Stephen Taylor work

THRONE OF SPAIN Far From Settlement. COUNTY SOLONSMay on"road, $2.50; J. O. Dampler workon WILL SOON CLO'SETwo
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: New York. May 11. -Tb. long road, $1. .
shoremen' strike 110 far as It concerns That the bond of Ferdinand Bayeras

the traxut-AtlaoUo lines, givespromise with S. J. of
notary public, "I'homa'i Evenings Rare
Will Bear tbt Title of Prince of : of lasting some time. and Session Was a.Very Lengthy and"'T. F. Thomas as sureties, be ap- Literary
being a fight to a Balsa. and Interesting One. Entertainment to be Held.
proved.
the Asturias. The strike against the coastwise
That the bond of J. S. Fagan as
tine I Is settled. Tbe settlement was
notary public with W. 11. Sealey and THE COMMENCEMENT SERMON
MANY BILLS WERE
.ACCORDING a partial victory for the men for Its PAID
TO SPANISH DECREE
bails was a compromise. Out lbs F. Y. Smith as sureties, be approved

deep water steamer compantesxtake Commissioners Accepted and Paid for That the bond of J. M. Falrcloth i It Will be Delivered by Rev. Frandi

Considerable etiquette and Publicity the ground more determinedly than Elegant New Steel Bridge Constructed as notary public with J. B. Smith and H. Cralghlll of Holy Trinity Church
J..D. GUtbrle urltles, approved..
AS
ever that the strikers demands are ;
Attends In the 'abernacle-Jolnt
the Birth of a Royal Child .
utterly unreasonable and that there by Roanoke Firm-New Notaries.. That whereas' W. J, Everett R. B'I Meeting

.. In Madrid-Preparation* te that End oan be no settlement! *o long aa the Other Business of Interest to Public. Hudson, J. L. Sanders, P. I. Hathcox, i Tuesday, May 21.

...I"g.Made.. men persist In;them. Thursday, May 7. A. M. Hunter B. V. Wiggins, Hector t On next' Frldajf evening Mar ut
Cvldetioe of the present temper of McLane W. )..1. Bar/io, W. G. Chapman .I the Junior Class will give a !
Madrid May 11.-Qu..Q Victoria The Board of County Commissionera recep
these management la found In an In. and Robt. B Baker each having tlon to the Senior Class and
' ...". birth to a eon oa FrI4., met this day in regular session. I a few
tervlew given by Emil Boas, agent of with tbe requirements of Invited friends at the
Tbe birth of the John O. chair complied residence of the
I royal babe has been Present: Dampier,
Hamburg-American
the llne jand In areport the thct each be granted a I Mr. McBeath
,waited with eager Interest throughout at the lied Star line man; W. J. Matthews C. C. Pedrick, law they principal on East Mali
Spala. The from the American permit to carry a pistol according to street. If will of course be a purple
new : palace office and that cots were. being put F. F. Paulllng and J. F. Townsend.The I
early that the law. and gold affair. A pretty
Friday morning program
Into the second story of the American meeting being called to order,
eooucheakont of Iratnient Whereupon the board adjourned. baa been prepared, and all who
the queen was )line shed for the 'accommodation' the minutes of last meeting were ordered tn
spread like and-crowd. I fortunate Dough to get
wildfire the atrlke breakers' approved without reading. an Invitation -
Y clocked to the peat plata fronting the I tile Boas was quoted as saying of The following bills were examined: WIEOAND'S FESTIVAL MASS. may promise themselves an ea.joyable ,

rereJ palace. Th. happy event had site situation with regard to, his company found correct and ordered paid I I evening with these young
taken the capital somewhat by I Rehearsal Now Held for One
*urprl Being people. .
S. H. Wlenges auditor $40; W. M.
". for only Thursday afternoon I "The .ctlon'.or the strikers has been Torley, guard at jail $25; Moses of the World' Greatest Production. On Sunday. May 19, at 7' 45: p. m.

glee queen bad taken her cuetomary. outrageoua. They walked out with- Sherman, janitor, $30; Southern Bell Apropos ,' the Wtegand'a I Fe.Uvaf' Rev I*. II. Cralghlll of Holy Trinity

:g .drive and that the court another pbjfclclajia two weeks, had.In'Uur.tte4 out saying' a word, although some of Telephone Company, service $7; Mass now under rehearsal at Holy church 1"U"preach tbe commence

them were making from 125 to $30 a East Florida Telephone Company Trinity church, It may be of Interestto ment sermon to the high school Thli
would before
In ,to pass monarchist confinement.country jln tbe week by working, overtime and( we service. $2;' .S. II Wienges stamps, those participating to know that service will r e held at the TabemacU

world I. tbe ceremonial observed at tnlnk they, were being well paid for etc, $15:50); J. C. McGrew Supervisor )..11'. Petrie ot this city was well acquainted In order to accommodate the large

r; the birth of the first off-sprlag of the character" of work boat they were Registration salary tor April with the composer In Sydney, number thatV'I.h to attend, the

the King and spring so rigidly, stately doing. $1767; Gainesville' Gas and Electric Australia.Mr. managers of the aeries of meetings
'and formal as In Spain, and on In reply Patrick Connor, of theLongshoremen' Power Co., service $$80V.: D. Dickinson PetrIe states tbat Wiegand cap- which the Christian Church Is cow

this occasion so significant tor the said .. union In Manhattan I collector, comintesions $22638; tured the organist's prize a 3.000 holding In that building having verj

Bourbon dynasty with an trclr to the "It s ia not true that we| struck without I R. B Peeler treasurer, commissions, pounds' annual salary, for which many generously agreed to hold their sen

throne so mnxloualy awaited, nothing making any demands. Before we $616w; Drs McKlnetry professional noted "organist competed amOng Ices at 3:SO p. m.. and to eh'811

wa omitted from the county etiquette 'truck a circular with demand* was service at poor farm. $5; 1L D. Lewis, them the organist of the great Salt Tor the evening.On .
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;r la the hands of every pier superintendent trprk on well at poor farm. $4; O. W. I, Lake City Temple. Tuesday evening, May Sl:: at
From the moment wb..nt Queen Victoria and we struck because the doe. ScoHelJ, wood at jail, $21; L. A. WIegand ha the proud distinctionof 8 p. m.. there.,j will be held at the

was officially announced to be mands were refused. At the wage Jernlgan care of clock. .$10; 8. J. having in his organ the only aid,.- High School auditorium a Joint M-

pproachlng tbe periOll'or maternity, we were receiving the longshoremen,' Thomas-Co. repairing tank In courthouse four-foot pedal atop In existence. don of the Demostbenean and Ell'
.the most careful surveillance was exrciaed When thinks ot the !(volume ofair clean Literary Socl ties, to which the
for one
who have often to wait days work $1.50.; H. I{. McCreary, publishing
over her. In ord.. that thebopes did not average more than 111 a March' report, $2, J. B. Fletcher required to produce a musical note public Is Invited.

risk of of the being country blighted.The should. not runany week. I,care of paupers $45.CO. Dr. 'E. Lar, 1 1tlkue. through a wooden chute sixtyfourfeet The following Is the program. Ruts

son born Friday to King Alfonso The congestion of freight. beeom- professional service; $7; Qeo. high by four feet square, It Doig presiding .over the joint meet

and Queen Victoria wilt, 'accordIng tug enormous and the commerce of Evans, city map $5; O. 's. Merchant seems almost Impossible; As a mat- ingi,
the port of New York. 1* being endaaeered. ter of before 1. Roll Call la quotation
to a decree of the Spanish government &: COA brooms for jail, $1; Expense. tact this organ was -Response
bear the title ot Prince of .._. _ L coroner' and wlyiess fees inquest built such an enormous pipe was considered from Shakespeare

the Aaturlas. CROP CONDITIONS. James $15.50.; expense on roads? absolutely. Impractical and 2. )piano< Duet-Leo Baker and

The principality ot ,he Asturlas bridges etc, $561.70. Roanoke Bridge useless. Montine Fagan.
erns formerly the mountain refuge of Bulletin Issued By the Department of Co. aa per contract $1.200; bliss' Wlegand'a ecclesiastical music ranks 3. Recltattan-May Kirby

4i, tbe aboriginal Inhabitant of Spain << Agriculture. Lola Hale taking testimony In case very high and It I*, to be hoped, that 4. Piano Duet-Ida McDouald sad

Who remained there unconquered Washington May 11.-The official Holt. Moore. and Royal, $4529; Geo. a chorus of sufficient size may begotten Edith Bageley. _
,
,like by Roman and Moor. In many report Usued Friday at IX:30 p. m. W Livingston fees case Chas. Thompson together: In our city to do justice 5. Essay-Bessie Kelley

; respeota the Aturla I I. regarded aa by the department; ot agriculture covering $42.CO.; L. W Fennell. fees case to the work now Cinder rehearsal 6. Vocal Solo-Rosabel Pedrick.

the cradle of the BpanUh monarchy, the period up to May 1. 1907. Willard Moore. $60; I.V.. Fennell, : The ambition exhibited ey our young 7. Recitation-Julia Wainwright

Hence the pride taken In the title of was aa follows. telegrams in. criminal cases, $17.40y i people In undertaking io produce thiswork 8. Debate-Subject: Jlesolred,
Winter wheat OOD ltlon. S2.9, area
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Prince of the Asturias.Queen L. W Fennell, executing venire, spring II la certainly worthy of commen That the United, States Should Hare
remaining under cultivation 28,132.-
Victoria. the mother of the
term, first week $37.70; L W. Fen- dation. a Navy Equal to That of Any European
000.VIDter rye condition 88 the
royal l Infant wa married' to King Alfonso ; ,
feeding "
'' nell prisoners, $172.20; Mrs. or' Asiatic Power. Affirmative
meadow mowing lands 83. Spring
at Madrid on May 11. 1906.
,amid scenes of the greatest splenxktr. pastures condition 79.6. Spring plow. Ida Streeper, care of Chas, Wise, $20; TO MISS WAINWRIGHT. -Demosthenlan Society-Tom R. M I*
C. L. Thlgpen, road $30 Beatn, Evelyn Collins, Sam Ml"**
followed by the horror of a bomb explosion Ing contemplated 71.5. Spring plant- overseer, ; Inesvllle
Friends of C! !
which killed scores of people leg 47 per cent actually done up te C. C. Pedrick. road hands for May Young Lady Negative-Euclean Boclf't1-n.
aDd narrowly missed the royal coach May 11907. j $800; Phifer Bros., sundries for poor Tendered Her Su/prlsy In Stark Hampton Julia Bunch. Dallas Bower.

la which their majesties were return- The area of winter wheat remaining farm, $3 .18; S. J. Thomas Co.. sundries The following front The Bradford 9. Piano Solo-Mary PhlteJ
tag from church In cultivation May 1 la 11.2 per c.Dt.1 for road, $2 SO. Telegraph of the 10th Inst. will proveof 10. Recitation-Mattie M '/ wm.

'' Considerable<< etiquette and publicity or about 533,000 acre lea than the Ordered: Interest as tbe ;young lady: BO lame v

attend the birth of a mist child at area r.ported aa eown taut fall. Tba.t Moses Sherman be paM $30 honored, who has been'on a visit to 11. Song-Glee Club

Madrid King Alfonso April 8. signal per month as janitor. relatives In Starke. la tbe daughter of 1%. Violin Duet-Ruby DeLand, Tom
a decree ordering the neceeeary Landlords to Raise Hants. That the bond of Lute Howell as Mr. and Mrs J. Wainwright of this R. McBeath.'

>>r. raU.Da for the presentation of Fan River Mass May. 11.-With Inspector of marks and brands for city: 13. Recitation-.Alescla Schafer

the child to the high official ot Spain the recent advance In wage to mill District No. 6. Newberry. with ),,1. A. "Mlt. Julia Wainwright who baa 14 "The Society News.' last 1eIU'


1' at Madrid Immediately after 10 per cent la tbe present be approved Miss Ruth.lnWTight.. wa the vic- Boulwark. Reader Lucia Patti::
the birth.Liondon tate of the market for cotton arood-I.\i tim of '
That \V J. Matthews be appointed a pleasant surprise party given 15. Decision ot Judges and ads-;;
the landlords nave atarted a move-)
on her at the Wsl
to confer with the county commissioner : "Wright home last ment.
May 10.--1'11. birth of meet to Increase rn4s. For several
.
an Toe
months the population of the city has o[ LaFayette and 8 u wan nee Friday evening. participant met On Friday evening May. 24, the com
toelr to the Spanish throne wa reemlved the
at high school building and W'
counties In cautiously w11
regard to
operating free
mencement exercises
r with uafelcned. satisfaction by Increased' steadily with the mill call proper
Zing XMward. and all the royal family lag for more operative to keep pace, ferry boat between three counties at approached the Wainwrlghthou place at the High School audltorfe

beret who received tae first news of with their bustaea and aa a result, the fork of the Santa Fe and Suwan- taken* C-Thw not unwilling hostess war Program will be published Ut:r
wholly by
the event throvRtt m newspaper ag nn the demand for tenements ha become, nee river surprise.
.' : That the bond of IS. R. Colson. "The early t>art of the evening wa* Trolley.
'4 y. The general public. with whom very great Many of the operative as Strike May Tie Up
'Prince Ea," the name by whlea unable to secure houses neve live la notary public with J.S Blandlog andO given over to vocal and instrumentalmustC Louisville. K,..,. May <> *
Queen Victoria was known previous New Bedford, going to and from Crawford aa ;curettes' be ap ; by Misses Wainwright Hodges Scott, buslneee agent of N A zs-
to her conversion to Catholicism warn work ea the electric oar*. I proved. f and Wilt Later various games were meted association of stree L *:*'

],,always a prime favorite, were equally I Whereupon the Board adjourned to enjoyed Including stealing partners, trio railway employees ->eat a
$>!I.' e\! .. King Ha* Narrow Ceeae>.. meet again at 8 o'clockyedneaday : fishing for love feeding Polly, kissing STan to 1ntro.tkraal ,''b.aB1.UlI.c ,*:;' a.rt'"
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'I- rertea' May. J.1.-4>uriag a ease morning. : the bible, trip to Jerusalem and that the tfltim .. 1r

Anether New "lallread.Haalehurst. battle and while he was leading aa at- | Wednesday's Session. pleased. and displeased. the union men employed t by

Ga. May 11 ,--.Haale1 tack by a trhlan regimeat. tae Mag 1]: \\'f'd aNd a,.. May S. 'Thowbo made up the gatheringare .,11.. Street Railway , any b"

%urst. will eooit Ue m railroad oeaier3Meo of Saxony Thursday narrowly escaped . The Board 'of County Commissioner :\1...... Annie Powell Mable Will, critical and that If ..om!"! t *
of mean and large affairs latbi serious lajury He was thrown from Eula Powell. n.atrk.m.., Jennie- done at onrea'thw wen wit' ., :ar.

cad ether towns along the line his horse, but whaa nte atteadamte i!I met Thursday of pursuant to adjournment Maude Hod:...., t"!+vt9tine' Daniel.. Ver- Iy g >> oat <**', strike. betofnlgii <) S'c1s1
Tuesday. Present
". rlfl ,eoon apply for a charter for a rushed U his aide ft wile fwad that'' : J die SUtrun\ Ktha Adktea. Hilda- ; ( TheO baa been a"ever -
railroad to from here he atwaaed.. Waee he r..1' t. Dampler. chairman W J M.attnewa. 'i. z
run to Wayr was oily belle Chace- and Meeara. Bryant Hod- alncr the recent strike: ::
ee*, developing a timber aad farm- covered be laa.I... IDa again taking C C. Pedrick., F. F. Paulllng ge*. H. Crosby. Ollen White; Wlllfred alleging that the eotrpaa"M: a.
tec eeetlOB. which W* beesbsaabed' part la the and J. F. Townsend nat
never maneuvara. Philip Arthur Brooking. Willie served the t.rmi of .ttle
'. The Tneetlng: being called to order, In-
I' the following orders man Lettter Stearns Roger Wells Guy . *.
were made: Or*
Girt Was Killed by Lightning.SumnUt. Canada Ve. United Stats Alvar, Oscar Alvare and Willie Sought a Wat. II
l 11.A bolt of That C D. Wood be> notified to remove Osaooa. Oa. May 11VI
Ga. May Ne r Yerk. May 11.-4tttrnall obstruction out of public Moor, ommltt aulc4 Tkersvy
road .
Wednesday afiefnoon struck
Mghtatng Colt between tbe>. Ualted State aa4.Caaaaa "
; to \VaoetouBtree. near Archer within thirty days otherwise ' old lake Bear t>.ubte Braoe :
,a farm house beloogitur Is to be atteaapted this sea'> Herat Appointed for
Ass
": il.. the board win proceed to bring Alabama. t eir>w the Deattv H4 .. ..
. a ntle from this place, ea Tea well fc&owa, aanatettra.. Waaalagton. May 11 1f '
/ A nncro girl lnt.ntly and VmxkUg chrefity. cram .tae Metroe-eUta*" aid ,' legal action to have same removed. t.nt aaa feppotaled Oliver The D, pies!- la in health far soave. week rue'

% toot member* ot tfi* family l&seniae VnlU4alep4tla 4tor1<
60J' eoroe time Th( Louse .was 4... erne *.* border and. pejrt.ala>eAw -tat. O. M. CoUnaa .*4 others* aenrtcvaMd * 4tetrt *, +as. rlee T, wile
FOU.b.4. Mer.ameat" !, 4 t efrt ...--. ._ fee*, ta ee** !pea attTera., t* ..*; ft. + fd, nl. fe .j.s1. la treat fit
n.- .. .la!! awr t >letr'.e atsvat !? J.an_ t

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GAINESVILLE SUN: MAY 13. HJu7 :'


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DESTRUCTIVE 'PRESENTMENTS OFTHEJRAND ,
FIRE mniirTwi up mi i >n inn

THE JOY OF LIVING
Hair
VISITS HEWBERRY My isScrqggly JURY CAN Bla YVLLT SUSAX.IZBD TTHKX TOO

I ENJOY GOOD HEALTH
r -- I I.rwoThlrds

-. Business' Section ofk' (That Body Adjourned Thursday, II I

k' f That Town Destroyed.'y .' A ter Brief But Busy Session. I


''y FOURTEEN BUILDINGS GONE 'Do you like it? Then why COMPLIMENTS THE OFFICIALS .m

be contented with it? Haveto

Among Which Wse the Elegant Con* be? Oh, nol! Just put on Visited Jail'and,, Found All Surroundings -

,crete Block Owned by Dr. Ruff toss Ayer's Half Vigor and have With One Exception,"In Fine

,About, $100,000, Covered Only by lone, thick hair; soft, even Sanitary Condition _Recommend The Popular Liver Medicine
hair. But first of all
4 .About One-Third Insurance., stop Erection of New Stables.

'' Newberfy, In the West End, seven your ,hair from coming out. After a little less than four days' Will Keep You WellA

+ Teen miles west of this city, and the Save what you 'have. Ayer's deliberation the grand jury 'bf the aU
CURE for diseases produced by TOR.
metropolis of that section, 'was visited Hair Vigor will not disappoint of GUARANTEED
spring term of the circuit court PID LIVER and IMPURE: IOOD.Do: not fill your system
by a severe fire Thursday*night, which yob. -It feeds the hair-bulbs; which T. 1C. Oodbey was foreman adjourned with Arsenic. Calomel and Quinine. They act a* rank poisons
Mid to ashes two-thirds of the business Thursday at noon after hav which vitiate the blood debilitate the system and leave a trail
makes weak hair .
district of the strong.The of bad symptom which require years to obliterate HERB.
';, town entailing a ing passed upon a large number of ;
best kind of m testimonial- INC is purely vegetable and contains no mineral or narcotic
s loss estimated at about 9100,000 ." cases brought before It, and securing and is the
Sold for over elxtryear* poisons, i I. absolutely harml*** simple remedy of
,about one-third of which was covered .. __. many Indictments nature. It carne*,oft all poison in the system and leaves no
by Insurance. Doth hotels were burn byJ..._O._.n.._0.,.....r..,I'A4. The ,grand jury has presented to*the injurious effects.

ed, which'letn. the town without AXe4e aXKSAPABLU.FILLS. .
court the following presentment CURED BY HERBINE AFTER OTHER
A public hostelry, the famous Commercial e T
; $ CHEKBV PCCTOHAt.Llllle which Is Quite a complimentary report REMEDIES FAILED

Hotel owned and managed by -_. . : ,
John O. White, and which has for -- "To the Honorable. James T. Wills, Mr. L. A. Hicks. Iredell. Texas syt "I was
rears enjoyed, the reputation of being Judge: sick in bed for eight months with liver trouble, the
Kitchen and occupied by T. doctor seemed to do me no good. I was told to try
one of the best country hotel. In the E. Garland market and .J. C. Jitter- "We. the grand jury for the spring Her bine, and it cured me In a short time. I cannot
State, being entirely consumed, as son, general merchant. term of the circuit court In and for recommend this wonderful medicine too highly."

this>hotel was in the heart of the Thompson Jk Smith, liveryman, lost Alachua county, Florida beg leave to TAKE IT NOW ..

burned district. their feed stable but by heroic efforts Inform your Honor that we have completed .
The Are started, according to reports their carriage house was saved. our labors as such body. LARGE BOTTLE 50c GET THE GENUINE

Cf those who arrived from ""We wish to express to the court
The fire was discovered! about 11 Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
Friday morning, In the bay:
Newbefry o'clock, and burned until 2:30. It our thanks for the many courtesies extended -
In the rear of the Lamb Shoe I U. S. A.
room was only by the heroic efforts of thepopulace us during our deliberations, as ST. LOUIS
r ',au'4 Clothing Company and which 11 who. realized that the south well as for the able Instructions -

'was divided by a narrow alleywayfrom fde of the street was doomed, that given us by said court.
the main,, sto to, which was one BOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
I I i the business,houses and residences on "We beg to state the we have examined
of the largest In that section of the the north side were saved. I our county Jail and other ,, "W_ ZMI-: J"OgN'S ON'Ia. :
county.. The flatves
had gained good
premises hppioxlmate thereto.Ve
Those who suffered loss
in this conflagration
headway before discovery the Inflammable .i I have the sympathy of the find the jail and premises in a clean
'. material feeding the fire with people. They will no doubt rebuild : and sanitary condition except the .. M. G_AHAM, President 'If. E. TAYLOR, Cashier

tremendous fury, great sparks! flyingIn I Immediately, however and a betterclass i stables, which arc In a deplorable condition C+so.TV. HTX_. Viee
every direction of buildings, as Newberry Is a 1, and recommend that the county

-3 The main store building was soon I growing town in the center of the commissioners take Immediate steps THE FIRST NATIONAL BAl,
Ablaze, when the fire spread to the phosphate belt, and the place com looking to the building of new stables.

depot of>i the Atlantic Coast Line, Just mands,a tremendous trade "We congratulate our citizens upon
Acroas the street. This building the prosperity of our county and de- OF Q-.A TJSriESS'V'.T.XjX/E.

which was filled with freffebt, and six SPECIAL EXPRESS TRAIN.Is sire especially to thank our Board of
. . UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
cars fctandlng on a siding, some of -- County Commissioners for their ef .

which. .were* loaded, were,. soon conuraed. Operated Over A. C. 'L. In Order to ryard beautifying the court house Capital . . .. . . . ... . . . '. 100,000rc
Owing to the absolute'It.absence of Accommodate Heavy Shipments.It . and their action, and In building respectfully steel approve bridges SurpluA . . . . . . . . , . ..,: 20,000 oc J
was stated to The Bun of Tuesday I
facilities for flghtlrtg the flames, save and otherwise Improving the public Interest Paid .on Saving Accounts and Certificates of DepotI.! Ai) BLIION
the
withdrawal of tire trains '
night .
k by aid of buckets which had to be road. Traoeaeted Promptly. .

rrlf'd'Quito a distance the fire burg between Jacksonville and St. Peters 'We' congratulate our sheriff I* W. T. E. T A yt.On C..hlf'

spread rapidly Sost despite the heroic has necessitated! the Inauguration >'ennell'for his splendid effort in gettlulI' -

efforts>< of tho small army of men andboy. I in order or_a*new to accommodate special express the service extenwire witnesses before his; body, and Established 26 Years '

who had congregated; to render- I for the manner In which the affairs -
aid and who worked like Trojan. in I j shipment of perishable freights of his office are conducted. We
from the groves and gardens of South handle theBestMachinery'
.
an endeavor to beck the conflagratlon FlorIda "We desire also to thank our bailiff
'
ITo for his and courtesies
This SltE.'Clalexpres.. service was inaugurated promptness _
the west the buildings'. which towards us

succumbed were In order as follows: ) Wedneaday'ulKht., the first "We wish' to hlgRVy compliment our and' number- oar customers by tbTHOUSANDS. .
'>, Building owned by It. A. Plckett and train having left Ocala on that date. State attorney for his splendid work '" Oar sales in 1KX
i The train is composed entirely or'ex- amounted to Nearly Half a Million Dollal '
occupied by Dr. N. J. Harry as a gro- and diligence thereby enabling ,. Write for catalogue!-M CM
cory. pros, and in operated between Ocala save von money We have no connection in< Jacksonville. Fla
us to complete our work without.unnecessary
and Jacksonville\ leaving Your Immediate or future needs be
Two-story building owned by H. A, I delay. can ,supplied by us. AddressGC.b.SSBY'
Ocala dally at 8 m. Connection is v
Plckett and occupied by Miss Laura. made at Ocala with p another train "T. K GODBEY, Foreman." c ooi/c DP .A-iisr '
GUT an a inlilln ry, store and resilience.
rtC. from the South, which performs the 41 South Forcyfh: Street .' ATLANTA, GA,
MR. HYDE'S DEPARTURE.Left .
I service between St. . .
Petersburg and
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Ocala O OAR N. SANDERS .
Hotel. owned and managed PERRY M COLSOS
Thursday for West to Look After
by John Q, White. I Report comes from South Florida
His Interests.
Mining
that the of perishables is ,
movement
nulldlng owned by Lute Ho well 0. N.
Sanders
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and occupied by King Iros4 general I I very heavy af'thls season. -In fact, Geo. W. Hyde who owns extensiveInterests Company

,;,F 9 merchants.Newberry. the heaviest it has been at this same In the gold-mining IndustryIn .
I period for several )years. Colorado and Nevada made his 4 -DEALERS INGene'ra.1 -
located In..
postoff
same This train was operated via Gainesville departure Thursday for that section
building.
last year. of the country on his regular semi I.\lrerchandiae.
Two-story building owned and ,
occupied
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annual tour lie expects: to be absent
'by Q. W. Btroble a residence HARDWARE. 8TOVE3. FARMERS E
as IMPLEMENTS. FURNITU
j MRS. NEWCOMBE'S TROUBLE.' about two months looking after hi.

and market Interests.In New Store, New Good Complete line of Lv''ie*' Spring Dress>* Good Freak
11 I. Vidal' drug store Husband of Former Gainesville Olrl his Western gold holdings Mr. Fancy! Groeer| ... Cftrio4 Furniture just being opnd-si! at Loar.
'Concrete building completed about eel Po.*lbie' Prices- LUit"u Btock of Ooodt Ever Carried
Slain' at West.Palm Beach. Hyde has a good thing financially 10'Ut'ro
& year ago owned by Dr. J. F. Ruff I I a* the mines In which he is interested >\:( Alachua. _
and occupied by 'Noel & Hurk gen Telegraphic) nformatloo- In The aVe productive.If Colson Block Trenton Alachua Ccunty, FUTV ,
very ,
Times-Union of the nth Inst. contains
erallncrchnnts.& + )i i ,
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Traveler Hotel owned and nmnag- information of the murder ot George ,
You
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de by M. A. Deutler j r rIlfwldratce r wcombe, a prominent and untrersal-
owned! and occupied by ly popular young man. who was shot Succeed the first time use Heroine I Keep a Full Steck ..ff
htrs. laillo KtUuvnTw at Palm Beach' by 'Thomas "XV Troy. and you will get Instant relief. 'The I .
a South American lumber broker on greatest liver regulator. A positive ''
Wednesday afternoon. cure for Constipation. Dyspepsia. Malaria ,
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---- --- Mr. Newcombe was the husband of Chills and all liver complaints.Mr. OLD VELVET\

: j Kilns. Agnes Sltgh. daugfiter ot )1.... cof. Emory. Texas, writes: f

, e Llllto Sllgh, who resided here> for seeeral MMy wife has been using Heroine for FOUR
years and who was very popular herself and children for five years. t ACES,

They were married 'lees than a year I It Is a sure cure for constipation and j' rx I MARK ROGERS
malaria fever which ,Is substantiatedby
ago. and a sad feature of the Incl- "
what it has done for. my family. f
dent Is the tart that the victim leaves I Sold by W. M. Johnson OLD CHARTER,

this young wife and a baby about two :

: months old. ,, MT. VERNON,

The Times.Union state* that Mrs. i"j y
Alexander 8t. Clair-:Abrams. formerly : "j CASCADE
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Ms Daisy Sllgh. baa gone to Miamito .1 AND
OTIIER
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comfort a... much as possible.the t .

DOLLARS DOUBLED distracted young wife, who is almost. ,IJI HIGHGRADEKIIISKIES.

.1'uec Of" prostrated with grief. .. I' .

"dlskesla" ...... PUMpllt1 Friend of Mr*. Newcomb in thU ____ iIiNdgaar1ers
and lrrlgst1ou Outfit.Z1. city de+ply sympathize with her In .
\ pxetl..t s..4,.t'efit. this sad hour of trouble and grief I I I >. iW'lft
't"' ..... sl.ee Ia 'M ....... ..ffalt ferAnheuserBusch
, sire week tows .
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"/ wersi. liven peeeAfk eeew.AwkW Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and I Beer

t owe ...Ik.M..rkE.ewk.dld....,.__ __ C CC ..N.bsrwr.tk.1Tsrups.e' Diarrhoea Remedy. I ',. ._ __,_ ..'
..ear..r. There !. probably no medicine- that nettle sad n..pt.

;, _u.....i t tkle w/ll,p.y.ad r.w.$M..le... U rUii upon, with snore Implicit coo' I KTERT HOUSEWIFE\ should bar an Write for price ii.i JUG TRADE A
yW
I/ul.d; ........rw fldence than Chamber* Colic. f IMPERIAL 8ELF.HEJk.TL1U FLAT1K03. trade aad will SPECIALTY We want
; : Cholera and Diarrhoea ,Remedy.. DasI Kuaraate to give ..".ra aloo. >
......1.'..... Mft.Ce. lag the third ot .a century in which 'I Economical sad Practical. It Order fllle day received. *
sle._"....'--. It has Da ta u... people have. larn aetit coal in a short time.
,..i that it I* the ann. remedy" that OCALA HOUSE WINE R00d
t never tail. When reduced with w. E. "BROWN! t ,
water and weetened it U pleasant to ,
%ak*. For sal by all deuiilebe'f AreW, ,........*. OCALA F1XMHOA.TIlE ..
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THE GAINESVILLE SUN; MAY 1 3, 15107WEDNESDAY'S )
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WORK TJUt NEW WAY THR EAST WAY,
TH* CHHAPrST WX& Accepts MONTHLY
: Prof. McBeath Invitation to
1 to tueko tc. Cram. to ,
Simply Bar tb e oototeoU of ooo package Deliver Commencement Addresses. MISERY.
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CAPITOL '
AT STATE JcIl-O Prof Tom. r. ttcBettth. the efficient

ICE CREAM cud oi'ular'Graded\ principal and High of School the Gainesville and- one of woman's worst afflictions( ; It always leaves I

Only Two New Bills Were Intro- Powder editor and publisher of The Florida you weaker and i is sure to shorten yourlife and make i iyour'
in the Senate: Into quart of mUll and frees. ate heating School Exponent, one of thee leading.
dated el.e to add. On pack.
ag. seek.U n u-ly Iwo yoarL of. m,. ice educational Journals of the South, who beauty fade. To stop pain take WI'ne of Cardul and
treem. tout.boat tent a plot.
JIrwd.r Y l de, CAuoo/atM amt.- long ago gating a reputation aa an
MANY BILLS WERE: PASSED ..>..ppr.d.... z--by.Par U.-1"oocI. .ocnnmu.s-..... orator has accepted an. Invitation It will help to relieve your misery regulate your functions -

----- Ko dlMM 0 rrM to ptomaine poicoa la from President Hulley to deliver the .
Was Very Busy durln0. Entirs Jan. -o lee Cream Ponder.f comnii'neement address to the normal I make you well beautiful and strong. : Itr Is a reliable -
House
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p. i packages
Holding Morning and Aft.rj;j at aU grocer departm of; Stetson University, De- : 'for 1i' "
Day t CEI REwM If T>mr groen remedy; dragging down pains, back3 ;'rhe3d-
I 27th.
Sea.lone-C.rt. Attorney j jAdmission I bunt IVand.; _4 Land on Monday, the sProf '
noon 1 ".tu.Dam.an4 McBeath services are at all '
. Bill Passed 1 iOn t a 1"w." lse.aodfpetk. ache nervousness, I irritability, sleeplessness dmfness. ,
ages oar Olu times in demand. He has also been \

;" two new bmr were introducedin ; 1' book tr *wiJrll be. tendered by:: Prof. Qeo. )I. Lynch of fainting spells and similar (troubles. A safe and effluent ;

the Senate during Wednesday 5mewed to yea < the Jasper Normal Institute Jasper,

morning seeelodSenator 7 l!t.ut e I Ceoeue our trot Pare k.tJ.me.towaEip r..d Ce..Le".JjTto ; .- an invitation to deliver the address -:\ medicine for all women's pains and sickness. :;;!tX: '

West of the Fourth intro the commencement of that institution.He .
\ Mrs. J. L. Broadhead of Clanton Ala. writes "I'thaw
arced a till providing that a sanitary -, -r,? __ has 'accepted the Invitation, : h K

Ollie.r b< allowed the State Board of.ea1tb. taxation. and deliver the address May 30.: used Cardul for which was one peculir'towomen
my disease,
The duties of the Inspe;tor'! By )Ic. .Mlllinor of Madison Appro* Prof. McBeath. was compelled to decline \ '

rill be to Inspect the.hotels andxardlng printing $15.000 for middle Florida an invitation to deliver the address and it has completely cured me."
houses of the State. fair at Madison.By to the graduating class of theDePunlak

Senator Crane Introduced a bill ,Inorporating I Mr. Howell of Santa Rosa 'Pro High School"on May 24, '
<' the ton of Fort Brook hibiting! certain exhibitions on Sun- as that la the date of the commencement AT ALL DRUG STORES, IN $1.00 BOTTLES

.a Hlllsboro county which was peter- day.* -' of our city high school. .
the committee on county .and read from the
to Messages were .Sen
jute affalra ate and the bills referred to,the proper Relief from Rheumatic Pains."I . WRITE US A LETTER WINE ''

President Harris announc,the with- committees.! with rheumatism for dMcrtblnc fulty ae your sywptons :
suffered and ...wilt send you Free A wlcIn C'AR 0 U I. t,
nwal of Senator Adams, aa, chairmanthe Senate bill No. 335, amending chart over two years," say:: Mr. Rolland plaia eea.d. .nlo .lwdke'
oh ,Andlections Alvlsory .MyTn. CMnanoeeeJ301MCAr
committee: privileges' e.r of Bradentowu..; passed under 4d. Curry a patrolman, of Key West, LMtt.n.oae. Tees. OF
of Senior
. and the appolatment pension of rules. Fla. "Sometimes It settled In my

Johnson as chairman of the com House bill No. 431, by Joint ,committee knees and lamed me so I: could hardly . .. .
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ulttee. of apportionment-Reapport- walk, at other times it would be in T"

The newly elected Senator from ion Ing Senators, was ordered on the my feet and hands so J was incapa-

1I'annt18 county was appointed tot calendar of bills on second reading elated for duty. One night when I .STANDARD STOCK FARM.
following committees: Corpora* without reference to committee and was In severe pain and lame from It
f
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one, railroads, finance and taxation, was made a special order for Thursday my/wife went to the drug store here .
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udiclary and temperance.Bills . Mar 16 at 11 a. m., and 200 cop. and came back with a bottle of Cham -- --- .

on Third Reading.On lea ordered printed. btrlan's Pain Balm. I was rubbed ,

motion of Senator ,Massey:: bills Bills on Third Reading. with it and found the pain bad nearly G-ainestirille Fla..t.

on their third reading and final pass- The following were among the bills gone during the night. I kept on . ,
using it for a little more than two .
is* were taken up and considered. placed on third reading:
Senate bill No. 230, by Senator By Mr. Carter of Alacbua-Regulating weeks and found that It drove the ;. 7

{lenderson-TO fix the standard' of,)r the procedure for the admission rheumatism away. I have not had

cotton seed meal sold in this' State; of attorneys to practice, which any trouble from that disease for over High-Glass Harness and Saddle Horses. ;
three months. For sale by all drug .
j>prohibit the sale of Inferior cotton had..bet-n passed Informally during .
H4 meal without notice to the public the absence of Its author was placed gists. .

to prohibit the inlsbrandlng ofrottoa on third reading.. In the, Mayor's. Court. .

seed meal and providing pen-, Mr. Matthews of Marion opposed Two cases were disposed of In the \

ties; passed 30 to 0. the bill. He believed a man's char,. "Good
mayor court Wednesday, as follows: breeding is as essential to a hiyli-
Senate bill No. 136 by Mr. Neel-To .
acter Is/ known better in his .
own community :David Pan charged with fighting, "
provide a penalty for trespass upon, than at the State capital. The havmg Sung a brick"' at a companion, class horse as it is to a liigll-class nlan.
taDdlng trees, the title of which Is
tendency In all professions eeemed to was fined $2.50 and costs.
la another was considered, the bill be to curtail competition The passage L. Lllienblum. who was arrestedfor

having been reported unfavorable bye I, of the bill would work an Injustice fighting upo complaint from A. ,1

>e committee: on agriculture;..,passed. i I to unborn generations.Mr. ChresoBtomidhes,. was discharged, a* :KEEPS:

1to0. v Carter spoke briefly, saying the there was no evidence to sustain the .
Senate bill No. 7, by Mr. Trammell I ball meeta tbe approval of the Judges charge. ,..-. : > :' *
REmsTItV XO. 0188
Requiring railroad companies and : throughout the State. .I \ .

titer common carriers to furnsh sep The toll call showed 29 ayes and 21 On Thursday morning Herman Har- Standard Bred Stallion Trial 2.273 f. Oil of the dam of Tommy BrlUOR. '
irate accommodations fbr white and
loved nays, and the bill was therefore' I ris and Fred McCrayN were both arraigned 2.oaU. .,.. Brown .lalllon. l&X bends, Trotter. Bred by Tommy DrlttoarLexington.
passengers on railroads and passed. There was considerable h sl. I for reckless driving and were Ky. Sired by Prince of India, 2.18)4. The grsat-son of Duoa
erring powers on the railroad comlsslon tatlon In the and
voting, one or two
B1o.Iibboos.Chester .
fined $2.50 and costs each. \vUlt.'loDer of many
was read for Its third time: changes made before the result was
aced 'without a dissenting vote. declared. ..... .

Senate bill No. 182, by:: Mr. Buckman By ?!r. Abernathy N :: of Orange-Pro; Do You Love 1' .[cDowe11 ,
Corning the payment 'deposits hiblting public boards from purchasIng your baby:: ? You wonder why:: he cries. "

de in' banks or trust companies ins goods from firms or corporationsIn Buy a bottle of Wnite's Cream Vermi ', REGISTRY 30. 1480
name of two or more fuge and ho will never cry. Most .
persons; which,any:: of their members! are
used Its third reading. 32 to 0. directly or indirectly Interested babies have worms, and the Another ,Bsy stallion One of the Greatest Combination t Saddle sad Harness
Senate bill No. 180, by Mr. Hudson passed. don't know it. Whit..'. Cream Vermi- irons ever bred In Kentucky Sixteen hands weighs 1.200 pound rert...

resting the county of Palm Beach By Mr. Paul of Holmes-Prohibit' fuge rids tbe child of worms and cleans conformation. Winner numerouLB/ue Ribbons at leading Horse Shows,,

::34 for the organization and govern ing trespass upon standing trees; out its system In a" pleasant way. He baa been declared by msny horsemen to be one of the haad.ome"IDdl"ld.

wt thereof was placed-on Its third passed. Every mother should keep a bottle uss In merles. He has proven himself a treat sire, lie I. s powerful horse,.

I'&d11l1, the committee on city:: and By )ire Mao\VlIlIama of St. Johns ef this medicine In the house WithIt. remarkable settee, Trots la harness and goes flee gaits under the saddle*.

ntjr organization havln-, returned Giving the railroad commission power fear need ever enter her mind. Sired by the elbr..dChuter Dare, dam by IHesie'ajier Chief, Jr.
e bill Price 2Sc. Bold by:: T/ M. Johnson.
without
recommendation over telegraph lines; passed.By .. KEEPS sod CHESTER McDOWELL a,. si he head of the HiandsrdrBtoek
Senator Hudson Informed' the Sent Mr. Neel of Jackson-Requiring --- --- Farm Stud Gainesville, Florida. Term $3Q 00 p.r season, with retort

t that while the establishing of theew county commissioners to publish privilege In case mare Is not foaled. To eneoQrsg Florida breeders, a redo.'

county would be detrimental to monthly:: itemized statements, the cost lion of 110 will bo made from above price If the $73 Is paid promptly. This .Is-

II personal Interests, he could not not to exceed $5 a month; passed. one-third the charge that would be made In Kentucky. If you desire to breed

train from championing the bill as T3y Mr. Wilson of Lee-Providing es once. Address iStandard
l I. demanded lie stated' that in for signing of pension vouchers by": Cliattanooga -

an;'. instances resident of Dade postmasters; passed.By Stock Farm
t: which the bill seeks to divide. Mr. Russell of Putnam-Relating ,

forced to travel 106 miles In order to the assessment and collection of QAINHSVILLC, .. FLORIDA, .

reach the present county seat. Sen. taxes upon land and turpentine and ___-_____._____. ---..... ..-- ,. .-.. .-. ---...--,. .--. "-.'-'-.--.r..
'or Hudson said it was nothing more Umber tights thereon; passed and

right to make two reasonable! the.House resumed the regular order. \
ties of Dade M the residents of By Mr. Wilson of Lee-Obstruction The Oldest Whiskey House in Georgia
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northwestern portion, could so.re of navigable water courses; p&ssed.
tile> ..me privilege and advant- By Mr. Harvell o : ants Ro.-l..k-
Established 1881
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lug ,appropriation* State aid to -

Hc-,; t.a:: by Mr. Clark of jeffe'Ia public school; passed. / I OLD HIIAltl'K WILMAH

::,* was substituted for Sen- Afternoon Session. __ ss Pore flne old' ry-. fly the gallon f 8. &
e Senator Olrardeau, relatt bills pas..cs'on I Foar full aaarts $.1JX).
The following were
e to EX I'UEMtf PREPAID
notice and tax for the erection .
third reading: Plows -i.- ---j
tertaIn county buildings. The bill By Mr. Smith of Lake-Providing UEO. J. COLEMAN
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the
general statute of the for nomination1 of county commissioners
tat. ea that Pure Pennsylvania liye. Rich sat l
IDJ11 a county can levy a by districts. mellow liy the gallon 13 to.' Year
In tic:: for flue years Instead of By Mr. Durrance of Polk-Relating .. .. lull qaart. '..00.
.a tss:. which KXi'KKrtrt PREPAID>
Jaw I. nQ"w the pros- to the prohibited degree of marriage; r _
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***1 motion to reconsider the.Tote on this '- A5TIL RYE
Clrardeaa '
t.at his informed the bill will be made Thu.4* r. are.CropMakers. Par. .uMtantisl family .bl...,. B.r
eoI.ntyolng to By Mr. Faulkner of Taylor -Providing she .UfQ a.O. Van*' tail quarts
1 a Dew court house! at an"'early -a method for discovery of the 2.80.. KXFKKBH PltKPAlD
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The Senate -2:40 illicit sale of Uor. .. aYE
adjourned at until -- -- '--
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*. .* The House adjourned at ft:30 until the .
IlL By gallon $? 2* Foar fall quarts
10 a. m. Thursday. OLD XESTCOCT CORN : $3. o. JSXPRE8S : ''AIDCXJFrOMfl
Direct from beaded warehouse, floe 1_
HOUSE PROCEEDINGS. Sore Nipples. 1t. '" sad old By the gallon W.OO. OLD POUTER CLVII CORN

M 1'k.' a H a was caned to'order .c Any mother who has had experiencewith Foar fall quarts 13.CO. 'I Rieh sad Poor mellow.fall"By carte the$350.11'KEtiit gatloall3J. "

IlL Pra7er by ChaP1a.1a. can> this distressing ailment win be ZXP.RW PREPAID PREPA1J "

ettOUowlag 1o mw. pleased to know that a core may be See Them tt _. --.....- -

.. XI' bliL .... Introduced effected by applying Chamberlaia's VT. handle all the. lesdfag brands of Rye and Boarboa'tet Whiskies. la too mar
n.... of -. t.1st- Salve M soon as the child la done \ and will save you from 36 to to per rent pa jeer pareh.... Bead for"Ieeu. >-
to
ti ?UU fform adaooL I arming Wit It off with soft cloth .,.od ataJogoe.. Free apoa application.
r % a...... of before allow Jog the babe to avrse. Baird nardiare Go.
10 's.e..aw.-ReJAt..1 THE ALTMAYCR & FLATAU LIQUOR
c.a.h. COMPANY
I'a11roa4 Many trained nurses' *e ,
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If >Irr, wtth bed ...uJu. For sale by aJ3
1t.aw..r Tssttooq lhiaU I' ,d.tl J fiets. Gatne vWe. d' :K..A.oo .. Q-.A.

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Eacambla county-For the relief of
TAXFOR 1 *" of the constltntffMi but opposed 1*
f John B Vaughan who was 'onvlct..dvI .
the hu'a.KIII"'. H.* thoufctn'" an
kFt d. The
""J\II'lailcht.or) wax pass: Ille-treet-I
: PENSIONSSenator IjJJI I' tores citIjencliljiI i iial ffTurt to ('ll1''W intinjy) i'a i', -

I: ]I'. "Iula..lnn. a.'nator Cone Intro JIII.t tlh' CI\ll"" i "
dmi '..d Senate bill No. 273 requiringthe I rh'. iSmlth; bill wag, part,,d by a vot. i i 5""ao ; ,
Broome's Pension Bill Is State to appropriate $15,000 for of :; > to 1$. and the Hoi so then ail (
the purpose bf paying the city of Journed for dinner.
Most Liberal in Its Provisions.
Lake City for buildings of the former Afternoon Session. '
I FIRST AND LAST ,
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University At 2: ;,0 Mr. Knowles tailed the
:( MR SMITH'S LIQUOR BILLIt The olll wen referred to the com House to order and the following ,.
mittee on appropriations. I bills, on third reading were passed/ : ,
Prohibits the Shipping of Liquor The cigarette bill or rather the anti- House bill No. %94. by Mr. Farrisof
B il IpsmiBsMlsasy HM BSISMBBs-- SWSSB ws sy n
"yT lyjr
; from Wet Into Dry Counties of theN cigarette bill known as Hou e bill : Duval-Prohibiting the unauthorl- ;
Stats, and Was Fnally Carried; After No. 163. by Mr. Knight of citrus, alsoa ed use of the names; etc, of secret" ; Mean $ $ made' to all who '
special order for the afternoon, was societies. ...
f an Animated Debate. pasted without a' dissenting- vote. House bill No. 279 by ),11'. Hookerof buy or wear them. In styles
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Practically the entire day Friday The law applies to minors only. DeBoto For relief of tax collectors and durability >"Shield Brand Shoes ;
In the din ease ,
was spent, in the Senate
The Senate adjourned until 10 a. In drainage district.,
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s; cushion of )fro Droom. pension law, g toe the mark of perfection. '
m. Saturday. House bill No. 25?. by Mr< Jlueeell.of '
which Is touch more liberal than the s Putnam-' Uelatf5g to the assessment OOL.D DY BLIADL.B MBRCMrtNTB ONLY

F present law and carries with It a tax IN THE HOUSE. '- and collection of taxes upon M. C. KISER CO. Manufacturers.ATLANTA .
'Of four mills. The bill was amendeda ,
The House was called to order at land and turpentine and timber rights CA.
number of times and at lenVh '
$ 9:30 a. m.. Speaker Knbwles pro tern thereon. '
Went to the engrossing commlttH-
In the chair. Bills Second
ReadingThe
on
in the House there was a long debate
After by the chaplain and ; tr
prayer'
upon the bill of Mr. Smith' of following bills were read the
Lake-Prohibiting the shipment of correction of the journal following second time, and referred to the committee
were the new bills Introduced:
among
engrossed bills:
liquors from wet counties into dry i on
counties, following the same lines as I By Mr. Farris of Duvat-LiablJJt7 By Mr. Decker of
the argument on ,the second reading of common carrier.By latlng to JlUJ8boroU&b-ne-1 so as, t; Indude-Fort Brooke was introduced i are pleasantly: located at 408 East
of the bill. There were 35 votes for I Mr, Peaden of Santa Rosa-Obtaining House bill No. and was passed In both : Main street N-. where they will 1 U
and 18 agnlnst the bill on final pass I board or lodging by false' .pre of Hillaborough-Legalizing ordinance Senate and House under waiver of at home to their friends.Mr. .
age, quite a number of the gentlemen tense. 106 of town of Tarpon Springs. the rur.s In a little over an hour, and Mrs. Warren were delighted
.' 'sending up explanations of their votes. By Air Doke of Alacb.ua-Relating House bill No. 247, by Mr. Carter making a record. with their stay; In the NatlonU
'' Tomorrow ends the sixth week of ,to public' roads. of Alachua-Relating to taking of test The Crane bill viding for, the Capitol, and were also deeply) inter.
the Legislature, leaving three more Bills on Third Reading. tlmony In divorce cases, was withdrawn granting of franchise to street railways ested In the Jamestown Exposition,
for the session of 1907. House bill No. 140' by Mr. Milliner and Senate bill No. 271.: by )II'. by county commissioners, was which Mr. Warren' declares IB one
The morning session of the Senate of Madison-For the protection of conductors McCreary of the Thirty-second amend. killed In the House. of the best the world has ever o a.

opened with prayer by the chaplain engineers and mo ormen; ing the city charter of Gainesville The Senate adjourned this after:
Senator McCreary introduced the paMed. was substituted and passed. noon until 4"o'clock..Monday afternoon.
only new bill of the morning wblch House bill No. 160. by Mr. Paul of )Ir. Knowles of Monroe, Mr. Watson the House until 9:30 a. m.'')Ionday.
was Senate bill No. 375-A bill relating Holmes-For. opening up of public : of Dade, and Mr. Williams, of St. Less than three weeks now remainof
;L to the obstruction of crossingsand roads within the State; passed. 'Johns, occupied the chair during the the session of- 1907. y
highways by railroad companies.The House bill No. 159, by )fro Kilgore day. Adjourned at 5 p. m. until 9:30a.
bill make a misdemeanor forany of Sutnter-Relating to advertisement m. Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Home.,
railroad company or employe to for bids and employment of labor on
block the highways for more than roads by county compniasioners'passs SATURDAY'S PROCEEDINGS. Mr. and Mrs. Shields Warren have
ten'minutes.. ed. arrived in the city after a delightful

(The courtesy of tile floor was ex House bill No. 173. by Mr. Abernatby Special to The Sun. trip to Washington and the James
tended to Mayor Fraeker of Tampa of Orange--Relating to the organize: Tallahassee. May 11.-Today has town exposition.!t. "
and several other citizens HlllsbordCounty. militia. This-Is a very lengthy bill been an extremely busy one In the It will be remembered that Mr. Warren .
covering all phase of the question.The Florida Legislature, both Senate and who is the popular1 receiver of '
House bill No. 4 SO-Creatlng the bill passed yeas 85, nays 11. House being busy during the day. the Unifed States anti office In this 1(1
municipality of pablo Deacb was House bill No. 194, by Mr. Smithof The Senate held both morning and city, was married In Apalachicola, his
,' passed by a vote of 25 to 0. Lake-Forbidding shipments of afternoon cessions, disposing- of a former home to. Miss Vera, the accomplished IIHDta IilL iIAJIOINI ruu rocs wtJIlMr.
U use bill by Mr. Calkins of Nasau liquors into dry counties from wet large amount of routine business. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .bO'' '1906JACKaoNvlt.u.
-To grant the city of Fernandina counties.Mr. . Stetson University bill came up among H. W Johnston on Wednesday, April i I
a charter amendment for street improvements Crawford of Orange spok'e in others, and was killed by an Indefinite 24, leaving Immediately on their|I ..FLA
was taken up on 'its sec favor of the bill and inquired whether postponement. A large number' of bridal tour. No two young people in ,
and and third reading In the Senate there was a greater tyranny than that purely local bills were taken up and ,Florida are more universally popular.I 4. Barrus $5 o?
and passed. of King Alcohol. passed. and Gainesville feels honored that
house bill No. 557. by Mr. Reese of I Mr. MacWIlllams of St. Johns' The bill extend Ing limits of Tampa they will make their home here. TJiey I 1 : a'RLJU1 PREPAID

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Colored 'Wash Suits White Wash SKirts

** Juniper 0 White and Colored Wash Fabrics Splendid values at from

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Pony Coats We are increasing our business each week by always putting before you $1.25 to $10.00

.. with wide skirts. some tempting values-ones that if you will take the' time to examine rEach.".

They are Just new. them you will find you cannot resist, for they are all marked at prices

Moderately priced at below their real value. We shoV you the very n-weat goods in the latest Voile Sl.olrts

S3.98.S4.98.S5.98and styles. Our assortments are complete and selections ,easy. '
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up to FINE MILLINERY at a Little Less In Price Than Others Ask for It.

ro $10.00 ii i a TRY UH FOIl STYLE! $10.00 to $25.00

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# 50 pieces Figured Organdies amiSwisses
Chiffon Lisse EXTRA VALUES
SPECIAL at |15c Yd
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v A beautiful light-weight fabric tn great assort.menrof t Fine Linens anti Linen Lawns 5Q pieces Figured Lawns and Ba-
checkt, plaids and In plain colon} as tistes SPECIAL Yd
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pretty M silk-T.rjr light and sty J worth ZOO

yard- <* Fine ate 3E..-.inch. :. .sheer. . .White. . . .Linens 39c; 50c 75c, S1 .00, S1 .25' 25 pieces FigurVd Lawns worth

( Special for Three Days 29c Yd. Fine Linen Lawns, v .r1.h..et. at-------- Sic, >39c!, &Oe Yard lOc, SPECIAL . .. . -.1 I 12cShirtWaists

Fine 36-Inch Fronting LInen ' ' , .33: ?, coe YardSQ.tnch .

Butcher Linen-Linen -f flft C-f 1 A
.1 Zephyr Brode Sheetings . . , 75c, $ OI.IU and SI .Cft

S 36-Inch Colored Linens_" , " . . ..45: Yard

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97.neh i beautiful patterns\ worth too- w"h
NEW ARRIVALS wVuY.torun'nt 99c to 512.50
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J' -?I8UftlB" FRENCH ORiANDIES" lit White Goods, Laces and Embroideries S2.98 to $1Q.


They have Csaatlfal floral dvtlROS aad are A }.treat assortment Fine Vat.. Lace lust received The best values we have
U ; worth 2&0r shown at &, 0, #, 10 and Uo Yard. Men's

1 :; Special' i lie Good wide Embroideries l up to IS.Ineb-good: value. at 10, 15, 25, 85o yard-on Furnishings
table at ft, H. 10. 1:11a.. lt>c Yard.
____ lie for Fine Shirts worth $1,00

Printed I MeKsseline. De Seie Our irwt Asserdueut. Fine Plain. and Fancy White S'I .e for Fine Shlrtsrworth: $1.50
designs eolortaRs are bvsotlfali
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worth In any store lie yard- Seeds. Is Still Gemalete B V D. TJnd rw.*r-- horl sleeve. knee-l.ntth
drawers .' . .., .,.... .SOotl.OO Sslt
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L oINESVt..LE TWO MEN'S OPINION.la ; 1' ;ly known that a-family of five or more Lots 1. 2 and 3, blk 5, Foster' Add . . . Brook Keatorlln Kst 2 J,
persons can Uve comfortably on atwoa Lot 30 by 70 ft Nw corner bile. 27

n, comparlf-an wfth tHe acathJng.inrespon <'itniok patch and tvt'n layb FrwterN Add. . . . . . . . . . Brook F.atRrtinEst. 2,9 .
: H.Ngin 1... +it --out'i\ yf the Ne
:fbta ailed untruthful attar* .\ ,, otmthinii for a rainy dnj Floridays cor.
I bib 4. U I. run thenre W 50
;- -,' rober'I.IIIOS.aaatder f Con- on Florida of Oeo P. RoweU editorof '. population would soon double. ft. 9 _'.1 rt. Ko\ ft N _' > ft to

;... ,p. ?.tr\ (' tt"-I. TTInters tnlc New' York which appeared Just now thousands of our people tngiiinuiK! hUt 4. Moore Add. . 1 "Brooks EoMtcilln Eat 2.63]
gTtrabU.Ged- 1J" -- la his journal of recent dat.>, from the Northern and Central Statesare Fractional bike 1. :J and 4. lots' 1. ,

and for which he has been guru a mot'Ing to Manitoba to better 2. J and 5. blk 7. Fo,t,'r'. Add. . . . .OStsr, 0 E.. . . 243Foster. '
Every Xonc1aTha Thursdayat Rika s and 9 Foster'sdd . . . . . . ......, O. E.. . . . . UJ
Aalnesdlle.; Florida', severe ripping up by tfre prtles of1 the their condltlofi. but it costs only about Lots 1. 2 and 3 Intfjlk 10. Fosters . . ;( "L B.. . .. . 1. &

State, we take pleasure In .reproducing half as much' ..to live well In Floridaas Lot 1. blk 6, Fotler'a Add . . . . . . &. ... ... . 1.IS
.:: the opinion of lion. Qh∓ Clarkof in Manitoba. Houses, 4)Jotheoe. food Lots 2. 6 and 6. blk 17. Foster's" . 11+. . . ; . J.ll!
;1fy.'RLAgxEdlWrandPubl'r.: Mis8ourl.uwjtch| has just''appeared. and fuel da' not co.t'So much.' Cat. Inks 19, 80. 31..1:. 33. Foster's Add ? ? --.1 )3.. . . . .' 3.Vi

CoL who of f4lmeriea'smost tie live the ''year round Lets 3 and 3. blk 37. Foster's Add . . . E. . . . . 1.1a.
Is one outdoors and
Clark ,
= sCAl1'r10Nr" elks 83, 34, 3*. 8 37. :38. 40. *. 4*. "
TKBMS oF 8u Intellectual sons Speaks, not keep fat. To sum. It all up, I would 44. 45. lots 1. 2. I 6 and 0. bUt ,'. ,

TwIce-a-Week SvW U a fear; six from what ho has dreamed as' evident.ly call Florida' 'the, poor man's para 46, Foster's Add . . . . ... . . ? G., E''. . . . . 3.1S
The bOC( . single copies did the editor of Printers' Ink, but dlse.' Not that it is not a .delightful Lots 4. 5. 6. blk 47. Foster's Add. . . . FoM4IIt. 0. ,'. . . . 3.01-
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nootbs' well-1to-do Lots 2 and 4, blk 64 Fosters Add . . . J.ostN. 0. % .. . . . :a.31
actual observation
from personal habitat
RATS for the and tht/ rich.
ADVEBTISIHO i ou Inks. 67. 68. 69. 60. Foster's Add. .. . . . Foster, O. K.+,,'. . . . 4.25:
Loadvertisements, 15 cents a line his recent trip through the 'st tet. They can take care of themselves Blks 61. 6:. ,64. 65, 66. Footer's Add . . . .'\) t"+*. O H.' ,', , '. . '.6&
the first and 10 cents for each additional Under the caption of "Delightful everywhere. Why any man will live Blks 67 68. 69. 70. Foster's Addi. . . . Pouter Q. LJ. J..,....f. . 3.1'Ij J
lot Lots 1, 3. 3. 5 and 6, blk 71. Fostee's ..
I insertion. x Florida, Col. Clark who Is a". Congressman In cltx slums and rear children there
I IIJj.ftJaled; advertisements for/three, Add . . . . . . . . . . . . Footer Q. R.a; . 4.1'1 '
months at .reel rates. from Missouri. says; ,: when be can find a home with pleasant Dlk 76 and Iota 2. 3. and 4, blk S6 , ,

jil and furnished 12 upon pplieation.Msrriaire "From Dover JS. Jto St. Peters surroundings and healthful envlronment Foster's Add . . .. . . . . Foster a E :..
hives and Death notices $Inserted burg In southern Florida 1st- a' Iqng in Florida at a price within Blks 8_. 83. 84. 83, Foeter's Add .. . . . Foster, Q I-:. . 4 ..... "6T0
line.OoaCLQn3tltoLl.T. the reach of day .laborer is Blks 86. 87. 88. 89, 90. 91, Foster's. "..Xf} a
tro' Obituaries. 5 cents.a distance jump even in the lecture business every a Add . . . . . . . . . . . Foster, o: E. . ....., 6.56.
==- .' but 1 made It lately and shall surpassing mystery. I am no land Blks 9%, 93. 94. Foster's Add.r..r,. . . Fowl' r. O E . ,....l';,). ".03:
never regret It-now.\.Jc\ and 'heavy agent or land :boomer; I own not onect'nt's Lots 1. 2 and 6, blk 95, Fosters.t \... ''I : \

j Bun and the ThrlceaWeekIN overcoats.;:'Jn'lksjverpeacht blosBoms] '' worth! *bf property in Florida Add . . . ... . . . . . ...,.....:?'!,'*. . . Fontc-r. OFoster. E. ... . . . 7EU:. ,'
pee Y World one year.::. ., . $1 85 blossoms roaeo&Afresh\ but I write these words In the hope Bike 10:. 103.. 104 108. Foster's,.: '
( ) orange vegetables Add . . . . . . . . . . . ,
Sun snd the Atlanta (0-&.) : .4 A 1i . . Q.. E. . . . . 4.5 t: /
Weekly Constitution year. 1 75& linen suits, straw hats and fans that folks of small means In cities Blocks 109. 110 111. 112. Foster's

( In Southern Florida. Florida Is not and colder climates, reading this Add . . ... . . . . . . .11 .. . . . Foster a. K. . . . . a.1:
%( 1150 only a land of flowers but Jt Is a may improve theIr condition by the Dlks '113. 114%! Foster's Add. ,,....,. . . Foster C/ E. 2.Ia;
and the Semt-' eekl'1. simple of settling In Florida. Lots 1. ;3:: and 3, blk 107. Fosters" '(
The Times-Union San one year ... . ,t oO land of wonders and of a wonderful process Add . . . . .... ... . . . : j\.4' ? . FostE'r.o.n . . . . 3.671'
where has been so lavish with
"" possibilities Ponce de Leon never Nature Bake 119. 120. 121. Foster's Add II .,,. .. Foster O. ''K. . . . . 509!
;: will not accept tamps of a realized his gorgeous and fascinating her gifts. Blks 12:. 123. 124 12& Foster's Addti. .. Foster, U. 11 . . . 3.\.&
I ngrWe denomination than 2 cents dream of discovering the fabled foun- "Perhaps the most unlooked for Lots 2 and 3. bU 137. Foster's Addf . . Foster O. E. . . . . 2.5TI
arger 1 tain of perpetual youth, but Americansare thing I saw in Florida was one of the Dike 138, 139. 141 142 Foster's. ,
there finest stables of roadsters *in America Add . . . . . . . . . . . .W! .* .' .. Foster. Q. E, . ., . . 4.17t'
finding health happiness .
T' ie fact that Tillman will be In the Blka 130 133. 134 135 Foster'sAdd
j the maln reason .so many comfort and wealth. Florida now hasa owned by Rev. Dr. Strouse. the famous . . ... t. . . ... . ..'i . .. .. Foster. a. E . . .a 4.913Fractional
Senate Is .. .
population of something over 700. evangelist To see his satin- blk W of 139 and. HOt ,
people are hoping that Roosevelt will 000 souls. The great puzzle to one coated horses, and to ride behind his Foster's\ Add . . . . . .-.;,; .% . . Foster Q, E . ...(; i.$a
succeed Senator Platt. Fractional blk opposite 100 and 101, : ,
who has seen It And heard the Un- high steppers is a delight to a man Foster'\ Add . . . ... . .yZ; . '". . Foster, O. E. .,...... :. . .1.6.1
impeachable story of Its marvelous I born and bred! in Kentucky and living of t
Thaw's family' were not ,. an acre lot known as Tobey! j .
"Suppose fertility Is why It hasn't a populationof In Missouri. Dr. Strouse is a splendid Adams' lot. 210 by; 315 ft."Nw A ... ,
[ wealthy;' suggests a contemporary. the ., .:\:. r
7.000.000.. Virginia gentleman. corner of Sw $4 of Bw VI.,
In that case there"':.never. would have u Foster's Add . . . . . .a.. 2 8 7 H..Holaway 4. . . 6JS
been any 'Thaw case:' . ,"When I lectured at St. Petersburg The twentieth annual meeting of' Lots 7 and S /In blk 15. Fo.ter'odd' .. . . High Springs )Ianr,
w<<) were the guests of lion. JosephC t cpnipany. . . .... . 13. SLot
/ Slbley ex-Congressman from Pennsylvania the Florida State Horticultural Society 30 by 160/; ft. B U lot 3, blk
A Missouri man la being prosecuted vlll convene at St. Petersburgon 127. Foster's Add . . . . .,,?, ":a' .' 'Will Irvin . . . . . 7.RO
jfor bigamy by seventeen 'wives. ? We and bls, most estimable wife :May 14, 15, 16 and 17. To most ,Lot 6. bIle 0, F & C Add. . . .e. . . . Will Irvin . . . . . 1.K3T %

I do sot know exactly "the. right '!word and jvhen I lectured at Gainesville we of the horticulturist* in this vicinitythe Lot 4, blk 71. Foster' Add "'m4-;,, . . T"S. Helium.... . . 1.I.t:
but 'bigamy" falls shortby a lot. were the guests of RepresentativeFrank value of the State, organization Is Lot 10. 11. 12 blk C. F & C Add.L. . . T. 8. Kellum . . . . 3.871Lots \
j Clark and his estimable wife. 1, :3 !and 4. blk 34 D. K. Whet,,1' ,
suit The recollection of the generous hospitality fully appreciated. This is shown from stone's Add . . . . . . .*J i . : S.. . J. Newberry, . . 11.17T'
A husband brings for divorce I the fact that they have over sixty; Middle 1.3 lot 9. blk 15, Fosters a ;
( because his wife blew a tin whistle of these two families will rest I members belonging to the organization Add . . . . . .1., .. .4. J. C. Newberry ... . ::1.111
I to keep him front snoring' We .suppose upon ,ua like a benediction all our from Gainesville alone. It fs Lot 6. blk 48, Qlbbs Add .Irv.. ,, '? ." J.*O. Newberry' .. . . 1.141
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rivea, Lot 4. blk .0. D. B. Whetstone' ,
the woman will -not resist .the "Slbley has purchased: large tractsof especially desirable to have a very Add . . . . . ... . . . .'. .'. .,,. .. ... J. C. Newberry . . 1.2.* a
I separation. large delegation to attend the xSt. Lot 2. bile 41. D, Whetstone' i ,
land near St. Petersburg and la an Petersburg meeting. Our practical Add . . . . ... . .:, ... ..., '" .. J. CfN wberry. . . 1.27
enthusiast as to Florida's future lie blk 2b
Lot 4. D. E. Whetstone'sAdd
Tbe Government la going' to feed well scientific
has orange and grape fruit groves, men as as our hen . . . . . . ... . . . ... . .. .a J. C. Newberry . . J.2 Q
[nolagses to some, New Orleans negro are appreciated and honored by posftlons .
some just planted. lie Is establish Lot 5 by 150 ft, N side. B. W. Duke' ,,
I convicts to test Its purity. Might aa on tbe program. In addition lot blk 13. Foster' Add..a, . J" C. New berry. i. . :24.4*.
[ wen try to punish by giving ing a sort of agricultural experiment: jto the regular" program., which, Sub-division lot 9. blk 143. Olbbs* .. .
S.-moo
I him 'watermelon. station on his own book to test the Is worth much more than the cost of Add . . . . . . ". . . . .'.,. . . .... Moss Pater . . . . 1.:$.
productiveness of the soil especiallyIn ; i Commence at the Be corner. of the j .,,h?:. ,. +
forage plants. It Is his theory that attending thereAre, a number of special Be 14 of the Nw U, .run I. I
How quiet' the administration Is featurt"sttoIY" of which should. fully : thence! N. 289tt ft to beginning e
efren those oC Florida which ; ',* ." ,*:,.,. \
parts are {thence U 100 t ft' : \.1' '*\* i. 01. \ .
I shout that $173.000 lost from the fcub- repay one for tbe cost and loss of f.!
called pine barrens can be made to TsL NI00tt.W10Utt.8100ft. :3 9 17 A. L. Smart . . . . 3$3':
trMsury at Chicago and the amount produce Immense'Crops Ha nays that time In attending. Dr. W. Berger. Lot 1, blk 6A, :Whetstone Est . . . ... .Bparkmau & Whetstone .. ;
stolen from he sub-treasury' St. of the Experiment Station will delivera l.tt
about St. Petersburg as much aa a
Louis. The officials selected:: by., this dollara"per lecture on 'Combatting" the Whitefly Lots 4 and 5, blk 143 Gibbs' Betsey; Taiior..4 1.53..
reform administration seem ito* be thousand acre has been by>> ,A1eans'of Its Natural Enemies," Begin at a corner due H of the Necorner
realized on strawberries. of blk 20 of A. Sim \ .1moos'
more dishonest than formed ones Dr. W; O. Richtroan ot Huntingdontylll
HAt OalneS.me.wan intellectualachoolma'am Add.o\rulJ thence s 100.ft, .
were. 'who were partisans of.thtfdeep- have a paper on "The Production" W 100 ft. N 100 ft. E 100 ft.+to

est Republican dye. '"*& told me that one man of Camphor' Florida. Prof.. Hume a point o( beginning .*. ... . . . Took. David . . ... 3.63;:
had 'made '10, OO net from three of Glen Bt. Mary, who has always Lott 2.; bUt 4v] D. 2:. Whetstone/*"

We have acres of lettuce and that It swan ru ,Ranked one of be best workers Add . .. . . .. . . .. D.. A. Underwood. . 1-8T r
received an Invitation to mored that another man had done better as very Blk 11, 1>. K. Whetstones Add**.. . .. Unknown . . . . . 1.8T
[be present at tbe commencement ex and speakers has consented givea Blk 43, D. E. Whetstone' Add.... to . ... Unknown . . . . . 1.371

lereUo* of the Jenson' High School even than that. \ paper on "Some Principles In Pruning. Lot 3. blk 4. Whetstone' Add .... .. '. Unknown . . . . . .*O
Jensen of which Miss Edith Hunter 'It Is not generally known that Floe ." Illustrated by stereoptlcan views. Lot 4. blk 45. D. E. Whetstone's .

III the efficient principal. These ex- ida is the largest State east of the Another very Interesting and enter Add . . . . . . .k .._ . Unknown . . . . . U9
ercl, Mississippi, but ao It Is. Of course talnln feature is Lot 2. blk (6, D. E. W'hetstone's '
es will b j held on the evening of of the program a Add . . . . . ... . . . .:. . . .. . Unknown . . . . . 1.501
the .tth:! In st., and the program shows everybody knows of her health-giv free excursion on the Kth to the Manatee Fractional blk 28. Foster' Add.,. . .. Unknown . . . . . 1.70t/

j alx graduates which Is a great com ing climate, her phosphate beds and river points. This will give Lot 3. bile 11. ration's Add. . .. . . ... . Unknown . . .'. . . 1.03 .
jpllinmt to Miss Hunter who wasform.J her Immense forests of pine and cy the horticulturists a chance to inspectone Blk 1, 0 and 7, -' -" Add. .. . . . Unknown . . . . . 1.3'
I Her and Lots &5 and Go blk 4. ---- Add. . . . Unknown . . . . . 1.23
)' an Alachaa county teacher. press. orange groves grapefruit ofhe largest bearing citrus. Lots 1, 4. 5. -- groves and big hotels have been groves in the State of Florida. The Lot 6. blk 7, Patton' Add.--. . .. . Unknown . .. . . . .'7T
TIle French Ambassador" baa complained extensively exploited, but the fact that railroads have granted A rate of one Lot 6, blk 11. Patton' Add. . . . . . . Unknown . . . . 1.04
to the the It Is the best poor man's country in tare pin 2Sc for the round trip. Tbl.reduc.s Lot2.. bIle 2. Moore' Add. .. . . . .. Unknown . . . . . l.Bt '
of Treaa-
Secretary 5 . . . . . 1..1.!
America baa not been exploited much Fractional bile 1. Moore's Add. . .. Unknown
err that overvaluation of French the cost of traveling to l'/4c Lot. 2, blk 2. Moore's Add . .. . <**. 1, Unknown 0'. . . . . 1.IV
too,... imported here Is preventing exPorts and that is the most Important featureof a mile for each mile traveled. Certainly Fractional Ne Vi, of tbe Nw' U. . 2 8 17. Unknown . . . . . .1.5&

from that country and demands Florida. If the :act were general a very> reasonable ,rate. J.ot&.br.N.F.AC'.Add..; . .. . . *, . Unknown . . . . . ... ..I
the tame treatment that Is -- -. Lot 4. blk T, F. tt. C. Addition.'" .. ). Unknown .. . . . . .M' ,<
being accorded Lots 1 to 9, inclusive blk 144. .

to Germany. The tariff war 'Zap Notice Oibbs' Add . . . . .4i > . . Unknown . . . . .4 1.:01-
Utalmt: the United; States ,Is warming Inks 153. 160. 1".T. Olbbs At. . . . . Unknown . . . . . f .1.
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.> and the standpatters will have to Ulle 158 fractional bile .60.Foster's '
make concessions Notice is hereby given that the following described land will be' sold at Add . . . . ..'.... .... . . . . Unknown . .... 2.8.c
-1.:1: treatly or our foreign trade. public auction on the first day of July A. I). 1907. at High Springs, in the Blk W* Fosters Add . .'. .... . . . . Unknown: ". 1.J2' ,'-
suffer. county of Alachua. Florida before the Council.Chamber or so much thereofas nik 161. Foster Add .s.lllks . . . . Unknown i..a 1J2'
will be necessary to pay the oont due for taxes herein st apart to the J6,". 163: l ft. Fosters Unknown .,... 3.'l93.6O
The lAwn plats recently set about same, together with coat of such sale and advertisement.. Ulks 7, K. 11. fractional 12 and 4.

the cuerior of the court bousa square Whetstone Eat .. .. . ...10. . . . Unknown .. . . . ". .
lad la which the Janitor. Moses M Lot 10, blk P. F. C. Add . . . . . . Unknown; .. . . . . .tt.1 t
Sk>:-an: >' (! ,> Lots 1 and 5. bile 30, EAt Whetstone ,..i h
of has manifested great deal A ,J .,..' . . . . Unknown]. . . . . 2.22:
;r . are being fenced, to protect DESCRIPTION.. : c .:." W 1>rn.N Lots 1. 2.3.4 and '. vblk :31. Eat ' a.W, 4q..

dam r-oia trampling by -thoU iiess ...... .. 9 Wueuton . ., . ... ., . . Un known* /.. . . . . 2.21:
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II' rc t:::-, pedestrian do j a n. .and Hw ".. elk 33. Cttt Whet- : 'r' ,
sot : who either \ j = tone ... .. . . .. . . . . Unknown . . . . . 1.113'ots
th. ;:* or who do not **r*. for : l '! a ..r', L 1. 2. 3. i, and 1. bile 49, Est ,

'at; .'Jon of the grass. A row ... J ,-4 I Whetstone . . . .. . . Unknown . . . . . 1..a. +
Il r. -sreen has also been set '7. blk 13. Foster's Add. ..-f . . E. K. Anderson . . .116.215 Lots 2. 3, &, C. bile M, Cst Whet- ., '
II'tI1; f the square, which will LoC 5. blk 11. Fosters Add. .. . . .. . . ..v F2. }c. Anderson :,.. 1O.11 stoOl . . . . . . . Unknown . . ... .. *.*T
'tatted t this be pro- Lot 4. blk 9. Patton's Add . . . . . I{; ,... ;1. E; K. Anderson'Ii.. 4 2Aa ft '5. tlk ft. ) 00t"e'. Add . . ... . . . 3,,' Unknown '..-: . . ',t"'. 1..3
temporary enclosure. Lot 4. blk 4, Patton's Add. . .. . . i* *,..itAndrew Aahwood ... . ..3.11 III* *, Moore's Add . . . . . . . . 4 Unknown ii . . . . J.7"
--- W being put &0 by IK ft. lot 4,
The Nw K and the N H of Sw %. H.
I. I ak Adams,the gentleman commencing :43 ft 8 th. Ne .. 1.1k .. i). r. WUtston. Add. . . . M. W. Wynn.. ;. ... 1.42 y
t, ; Thirtieth corner of the Bw 3f. thence B t .Vf 1-3. lot 9. bK 1*. ?roster Add. . .. . MitM Molll Whet.
z, r; Is unquestionably 661 ft. to a corner thence K .j ? arcane .. .. . . . . 2J1.42T.
:* best parnamentarlana and 180 ft to a corner, thence N. Dike 3. 4. *. 7. except Bw 4 blk 4.
-.lOT'. speakers' adorning a 110 ft to a corner, thence N A. f. 4k ,v. Add. . . . . . .. . .. . JI..lf. Whetstone
list the Senate of 1901. Being t.l ft to a corner thence ISO Blk :. 8. F. W. Add . . . . .4 %.. .. )U.. Mollt Whetstone 1.0C.

"etmay to take aa active part In ft to beginning . v.V. 2 S' 17 J. 8. Add wbait. ..,*.. . ..3I Lot 2. 7. 4. blk 1. S. r. W. Add:. .'. .. . Uis Molll Wb.tstoo. 1.OI
1&7 k4 an Lot 100x150 ft. being lot 6. bUc 127 : ;
he 1W1eve5 Important measure which Footer's Add . . . . .Victory Bryant .. ...y.. 2JM2J1 1.00e' ,
l>eon **l to his conatltuTrlc Lot 160 ft by 50 ft. W ,4 of lot 2. Lot X blk B. foams MeS..tI.. . ,.. 3 T..J:. Wood . . . . 1..11- w
-C7 the of 1ortda. merchant blk 127. Foster Add . . .. Victory Pvyaat . .. . Went H. blk '7. oor". Add . . .. *. .n.t'.. S U. A. March .. . . . 4CJU
Mlse, sad Utician U heard Lot 2OO by :tOe ft in the Be Vi of Coca Mill at Nw toe of It. Edmonds .,,
,L. '*! every Be" . . . . .. ... .f. . .3 S IT JOOM D/nrSa .. .... ill lot. UMrno N lAO ft to '
t00 r-r hoar UK Senate I* in Lot .. blk 129. ODW Add . . . . .. .. A. J. Cone . . :.... 1.12 Moor*'* H. car, thoae, 8 (30 ,
sit rasa M trmthfully asserted E % lot 2. blk 4.. Foster" Adrf. ... .. . .. MmB. MJr4J. dood .. 1n ft. E lOOn jo comer a ISO,ft.
st ,tmlertaat,MH become law The N H one W D. *X Whetstooe'cAdd W 230 ft W along rAlDOtI.IJD.

Mnr JUaai .. beard to de- . . i.ih.N'il.4.ii; Deegheity.. . .. tl:: to bcJanl . . . .. .. 2 S IT J. H. William*.. ... .'*> 4.14;
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.h." Normaa Cora Ua* ... .
4 bad ar leMe .* ,good ferns Lots Kot 3.an 4.acre S, i. to Wk CoO, D. K. WB.fAd .. HOTICfTb Ip,.. to u.. right !isctod lazes and eost of aal*. .

- .; ,.1.' -,.. '-' stcae's ..,.....1............ ... .. .., Rroeks EasterUa; Bst. ,,35r This May ttb 1OT. C. C HAJlWtn.U" Tax Collector

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}V BIG DAY'S WORK HUBERT THURSDAY'S' WORK CURES

Jit VI LET.by S S.

AT TALLAHASSEE :.l 'I"n. . . . . . Helmet! OF CIRCUIT COURTTwo S BLOOD POIS6Jlf

Hf!Host: . . . b,. . . Lexington .

A dark bay hers of Rood:: speed sod The first symptom of Contagious Blood Poison is usually aim -

't' Constitutional Amendments Di. ao blood 4 firmly rooted In the blood, the .
the becomes more JH .
as
poison n'd
.' A sure foal getter, producing both During Day.
cussed in the ;legislature. saddle aDd driving' tiorsea. as many Arraigned throat ulcerate, copper-colored spots! appear, a rash breaks out on t'e'! '7

t -'-- of hi. colts ar.i good saddler* end the hair begins to come out glands in the neck and'groins swell!, c' 1 ..

'\ RESOLUTION WAS LOST pedf drivers." BOTH PLEADED NOT GUILTY ulcenitine sores form on the limbs, hands or face. Bat this is n .11 ,'
BUCKMAN ,
;., Term of service, 13 00 per one ser the poison is allowed to remain it works down and attacks the bone cat 'i(isLtiecrottis
vlb". or 7.0 with privilege' of return or decay, and makes a complete physical wreck of the !''II' . It
Mr. Faulkner Proposed Amendment Almost Entire Trial Day Wa* Consumed with disease so powerful as Contagions Bloc '
fOil mare a* often as i t. necessary withIn will not do to tamper a 11 I ISO-.
on Apportioning Taxes of Negro'and' sixty dwys afterflrst .ertle.,or$10.00 In pn Civil Case-List of for every t+y the virus remains in the blood< the trouble is pr J/, :'?.

."White Races for School M'et Its to insure a colt to stand and soak. Juror Drawn to Serve Second Weekof toward a more dangerous stage, and may in the end get beyond t'",, y h of
certain reliable for
any Treatment. There is but one euro Confcv I na and
vJatertoo-Other Legislative News BILLY REEDy Term-Grand Jury Discharged. Poison, and that is S. S. S., the greatest of all blood purifiers. Tbia: r. MT

7 WU.h. thirty-one Senator present From Friday's Dally Sun. attacks the disease in the right way by going down into the bl< .'.1' sad
session forcing out every particle of the poison. It makes tile blood pare a:"d r
Thursday. the morning was The circuit court convened at 9 j
strengthens the different parts of the body, tones up the system r 1
.4 opened with prayer, by the,.chaplain o'clock Thursday morning pursuant this humiliating destructive disorder permanently. The unpr rn

The courtesies of the floor were extended to adjournment. of Wednesday His commences as soon as the patient' gets under the influence of S. S,xeaeot S and

to Capt E. E, Dell ot Trenton Honor Judge J. T. Wills presiding.The continues until every vestige of the poison is driven from the bld, nd :1e

4, by request of Senator! M =reary. grand jury came into open sufferer completely restored to health. S. S. S. is not an experitm:at it u t

Senator Jobs son of Suwannee coun y t court and rendered a true bill against success and has cured thousands of cases of Contagious; Ijlood} Pr.s;>n la

Introduced his first bill, which wa John Smith alias John Martin, murderin every start, and being entirely free from minerals, is a safe as weal a ., s

,Senate bill No. 860, A bill for the relief 1 the first degree.It / treatment. If you are suffering with this debasing disease get the p ,a

of the widow of the late SenatorJ from A Kentucky Jack, lot six malt,,good. old bone brought sod being necessary to hold this term out of your: Wood with S. S. S before it does further damage. Spcc.al hero
treatment book the disease and medical advice sent free to all who
R. 'New Ian of the Seventeenth. The very active A proven foal .gutter, of the court dating the second week on Write.
SPECIFIC:: CO.
SWIFT
THE ATLANTA
bill carries with it an appropriation producing colts good enough to b* thereof, the Judge, in the presenceof GA.
'hrivn. at the fair In Lexington Ky.,
ot $180, which amount the late Sen. Jest fall. the clerk \and sheriff, drew from

ator'' would 'have secured a* services ,, the box containing, the parties of persons
Billy Herd was by Bsnghman's "k.
'; .an",Senator had be not died. On motion let dam Edna, by big Powell jack j 2nd selected for jurors for Alacbua

of., Senator Johnson, the rules 4am Parley, by PnrsRon. billy Oed pounty for 1907 the following named ABSTRACT & REALTY COfflNfE.

'were waived' and the bill put on its f.\ half brother to the nail jack, the persons to serve as petit Juror for
best mule jack In Lincoln county, Ky. '
second<< ,reading And was passed unanimously. the econd'weelt:
Trm of service. *5.00 per single.ericet$1000 :
per service' with, prlvUkof B. F. Dyes., O. B. Bryant, II. ,M.
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A Tipple of amusement was created I return a* OU.n.1 It crsisry Moran W. F. Love, J \/, Chambeflin E. E. VOYLE. MGR.

when Senator Heard of the Second within sixty days after the fire ser* E, L. Cushmant T. L. Blanton Abstract of Title and fall Information famished regarding lanai IB tki

Introduced, Senate bill No 3C2 by request vie. I16.CO to in.ure a colt to stand B. R, Colson, It!. M. Holt, (>.(}ol. Till snout,. Our manager has lived in thU-eoontr thirty yearn and
for and sack. M. M. I* thoroughly conversant with land title' *.
which provides protection Service' money due for either hone man. Sanchez and J. R. Williams _

gophers. The bill was referred to nr jack ,when, first terviee Is rendered and the clerk was instructed to

the committee on State affairs Except when bred to insure a colt, issue venire for same, returnable on I

Senator West of the Fourth Intro hen service fee Is doe when colt meetsrequirements )Monday. May\ 13, at 2. p. m. -EL IE. "V"O"STTiTn,

-' dticed' Senate bill No. 264, which provide parted with ,or or bred when to another the mare horse It During the day )1. John Holt and RJRE ACCIDENT BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY IN6CBANCE. Bttr

' that no amount of cotton lean or jack. John Smith, alias John Martin, each renting a number of prominent American and English companies.

titan a bale ball be sold between August /Leio will be retained. on cole for leer- charged with murder in the: first de REAL ESTATE AND CITY LOADS.f3a.ir "

', '15 and ,September 15, without a viee I.., gree, were arraigned, and each pleaded :: _* :;T -Ll7.e II .F' Lox'id: : e

n.e'tax.. The bill was made a Mares will be kept on pasture at not guilty as charged "In the In... -----

special{ order for Friday morning; $13.00 per month, dlctments against them. to the maintenance of public roads AT THE TABERNACLE.Rev .

ftenate bill No. 267, by Mr. Heard, This stock wt'1 make the present The greater part of the trial day was and privileges of the several counties. I '

by readiest 'Providing for the dlspo* one.half season at miles DuUftarvau west of Farm Orange, on.*Lake and, consumed in bearing the cases of W. Afternoon Session. I J. B. Nelson Delivered a Fins

,sitfon ot'rN,1 estate by husband and about two ndotiehalf miles south R Thomas vs. S. Q. Cay & Co., as- The House adjourned for dinner during ! Sermon There Last Night.

w/fee ,:was read for its first time and rest of Melniosh. sutnpsft. damage $600 in which the the discussion on House 'joint From Saturday's Daly Sun

,<,I' .teferred. S. H. OAITSKLLL, jury returned a verdict for the plaIn. resolution No. 228, .bjr "Mr. Faulknerof I Rev. J. B. Nelson of Grand View,

:House\ memorial to Congress seek* Mclntoth. Fla. tiff in the Bum of $288.49 and eo t.. Taylor-Proposing an amendment' Ky., the evangelist of the Christian

Ing. an appropriation to clean the Bt. ==- = The case of Harry Hailty vs. the to Article 12, Section 12, of the State Church, began a series of meetings
,John, river ot the. hyacinth pest wa ------ Melrose Manufacturing Company as constitution, relating to education. at tbe Tabernacle last night The
against the bill, because it reduced
',, read the second time and pasted by was the salaries from $2.400 to sumpslt, damages $500, was called and The resolution proposes that all taxes first meeting was held attended, and

; a: vote of 27 to 0, part of the testimony submitted when paid by white taxpayers should go those who heard Rev. Nelson concluded
$1.500 The bill was defeated by a
House memorial -Requesting Con. vote of 26 to 1. court adjourned until 9 o'clock Friday to the support of white' schools,, and at once ihat lie was an orator

gres* to allow Florida to survey all morning. the taxes of negroes t6 the supportof of a forceful nature.

Government )an'. in the State, passed Senate joint resolution ,No. 127 by During the forenoon the grand jury negro schools. The resolution was Services Will be conducted in tIlt> '

the Senate without a dissenting vote. Mr. Buckman, which is as follows: came into open court, made Its pre- favored :"by Mr. Faulkner and Mr. Far- 1 evening at the Tabernacle beginning

'Senator Baker presented a petition Be it resolved by the Senate and .entmenta. and was discharged with ris and was opposed by Mr. Malone, at 7:30 o'clock, until further notice,

from citizens of Marlon relative to louse of Representative of the State the thanks of the court. The presentments Mr. Willis of Levy Mrj Dupont Mr. and a cordial .invitation is extended

pending legislation with the requests of Florida, jointly, teat} the Senate appear elsewhere in this paper. Knight of Columbia Mr. MacWlll to the public. ,, ', :
that the number of signatures and House of Representative of the ,
appearon lama and Mr. Crawford and after a
the calendar State ot Florida do hereby jointly determine THE CIRCUIT COURT. .
lengthy session was lost by 23 :yeasto Indigestion.With
that a revision of the constitution -
Senate bill No. :370, by Mr BuckmanAuthorizing 25 nays, less than the required Its companions heart burn
of the State of Florida 1* necessary
tbe acceptance from the Adjourned Friday Noon Until Monday thr() -litths vote. flatulence, torpidity of the liver constipation
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was taken on Its third readng. -
United State Government of the appropriation up Afternoon at 2 O'clock. The House adjourned to Friday palpitation of the heart, ,
Senator Adams moved the In.
,. for the agricultural expertffctmt The spring term of the Circuit Court morning poor blood, headache and other nervous
definite postponement ot the bill ..
: 'station at Gainesville, was read has adjourned, after a week's deliberatlons. i t symptoms sallow skin, foul
which was carried by a vote ot 18
for U. first. time. On motion pt the until Monday afternoon at 2 THE UNION PJCNIC.) tongue offensive breath and a legion
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introducer the rules were waived and to 9.The o'clock, when the second week of the r of other aliments Is at once the most

i'i't .' bill passed its second and. third House baa only recently defeat. term will be taken up. Large Number of Sunday.School Children widespread and destructive malady
ed similar bill.
a
j t reading. : $ The first;, week of tbe term ha. beena and Others Went. among the American people. The Her
Senate bill No. 27 by Senator Me
Senate bill No. 252, by Mr. HudsonTo tbe'keeplnc busy one, as Judge Will In the One of the largest and bine treatment will cure all these
Creary--To provide for most successful
,- 'provide for die enlargement' court room and State Attorney A. V. troubles. 500 bottle. Sold by W ]L
of a record of all sale of dynamiteby picnic excursions ever given in
''repair of the State capitol, was taken Long in the grand Jury room have Johnson.
all persons, firms or corporationswho this city was the union Sunday school .
'up a* a special order. After much kept matters stirring _
deal In, sell or offer for sale picnic, which was participated in by
", discussion a* to a desirable location: The only case before the court DB
O.
the :SUBIN8388: .
dynamite, and providing for failure Methodist, Episcopal, "Presbyte
; and the cost of the lot for the erectionof Friday was that of Harry Hamilton
to keep such record.. The bill passed Ian and Baptist churches of the city
the supreme court building, which v.. tbe Melrose Manufacturing Com
u. third reading by a, vote of 26 to 0. Friday.A DR. ROBT. O. BOWERS,
the bill calls for on motion Senator >any, assumpslt. damage $500, which
The Senate adjourned to 10 a. special train consisting of tenCoaches
Crlll the president was requested to was begun Thursday afternoon. The \
m. Friday. all heavily loaded, left the DENTIST.
appoint Senators Sao and Hudsona i jury returned a verdict in this casein
city at 9 o'clock Worthington
committee to Investigate the cost I H' favor of the defendant. Springs arriving at destination in Office in Miller'Law Exchange.
IN THE USE.
eta. :of the building and make their Judge Wills and State Attorney fifty-five minutes ",
without
mishap
report on Monday. of next week. The House was called -to order at Lon; left yesterday tort their home In ** The spacious picnic grounds at Office Phone. No, ,,255. ; Residence( NO.1/!?

Senator Crane's bill No 16, andSenator 10 a. m. Roll call showing a quorum Starke, wbere they will remain until WorthJngtoOt-*lth the massive oaks '"
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present. Prayer by the chaplain. Monday "
:; McCreory's bill No.3., and and magnolias and ,the cool Inviting '.
:' 'Senator Humphries bill No. 101. relative Dilly were introduced ,as follow: During the day Friday W. ).t. Davidson spring, proved a most desirable resort T B.. ELLIS.; JR.:.

;1.' to uniformity of school textbooks By Mr. Carter of Alachua-Election was arraigned upon three Indictments and ,those who attended enjoyedthe . :,'&M
': of executive comxuitteemen.By ot eelllng liquor in a dry county ,
and cheaper books for the children occasion very much. The dinner ATTORNEYATLAVrOA.IXBSVU.LB.
Mr. Farris of Duval-Relating to pleading not guilty to each in
of made
Florida special
were a I was served at the appointed hour anda
: sale of tax certificate held by the dictment. .
for ot week
order Tuesday next State. 'I __ .m__ _'. . ___ ... bitter picnic dinner wa never seen Fiona)
Senate bill No. 152. by Mr. Alford'Delning In Florida. !
By Mr. Farrl of Duval-Relating nance and erection of buildings for ... +_
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the duties of the several The picnicker returned home in the
to tax deed! higher educational instruction of
Prate attorneys ot this State, fixing evening a tired but hippy lot declaring Alaclma County Abstract Co
By Mr. Reese of Eacambla-Pay. State; appropriation. ,
their ..1arI.e-aP M.1'e4 on Its third this to be one of the most
went of poll taxes a* requisite to vot- tlneorporated]
A message was read from the Senate
reading. Senator Alford spoke in favor successful affair of the kind ever VJee
IDC. and bills referred to the proper! held In the Perry' :M. CoUov.. Pre. t JT, W WaDdto.
ot the bill and expressed the hope State.
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Escambla= .4GAINESVILLE '-s
By )(1'. Reese of Proteo- committee Pre: O a. Coteoa. see
that. the bill, which was reported unfavorably Ticket Agent Goodwin sold 750 FLA.
Ion of gophers.By .
by the Judiciary committee Bills on Third Reading. ticket for this occasion.A .
Mrs. Geiger of Lafayette-Ereo-
.: would. become a law. Senator. West ion ot'fences by railroad to pro House Mil No. $1. by Mr. Beard of We do an exclusive Abstrsct bosh

,of., the First spoke against the bill, test stock. the Second-Amending Section 1593: Delightful Evening. ness, with facilities for impart: Title?It Fa.o/;

contending that the State should be- of the general. statute of the State One of the most Information concerning the
By Mr. Donegan of O.ceoa-Re1at- delightful Informal 4laebaa cooair
any and all lands In
represented by the bet and he
men! Relat-ing to tnultllatlon of marks ot domee- of Florida; passed. social functions ot the season was aT All business transacted uroroptly __

............... ----,.,..-- .. Uo animal Senate bill No. ISO by Mr. Bakerof card party tendered by Mr*. W .T.

By Mr. Xtonegan of Osceola-Km* the Twentieth-Providing for thereception Caeanu, Cast Liberty street. complKmentlary

i.' 'ITHE DEVIL of TODAY"w ployment of attorney by county com and safekeeping by the com to her niece Miss Bird ot EVANSDealers CO

mtssloaera. missioner of agriculture of the field )[onU Uo. Thursday evening SEED

By )lr. MeCuteheon ot I'a.eoFol'c1I1c note, maps and records In the office The affair was not largely attended.

Ili. teas. PWktk i. Yh.sad il.stw Gwtet is .I Soei.ty.tees. iif.. AIwtt.rttt a person to do any act against ot the surveyor general, appertaining! there being only three tablee but la FIELD and

..... u...... _t_.. ...11eendlot. ) his will or confess to crime. to land title- la Florida; passed. those prevent enjoyed the evenIng UAKBD SEED.S .
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tit. torsi 4 end .f Senate bill No 38 Mr.
..cect.e Ikea. At.arutne..t.i .b..vya.a By Mr Faulkner of Ta"IoI'-For. by XtcCreary thoroughly and are under many
..>. >from wr *M< r >n. of the Thirty second Relative to direction obligations to Mrs. Caesnut for :
-'k: an e.ItieslR
b.ot V avfne.* tvtMmM *U. bidding excursion train on Sunday.By P e ci
,,! ;t.0._.._.. .t.s.!!1A..l... twulr' wflk for printing etc, of "ballots; opportunity to meet her guest and
I'M .f S.A1Iduot F.......,.*-tin.M $..Yq Mr tX Pont of St. Johns-Kn- paased.By also for the Feed a.W;;
: )Ww2y'T..eh.e'.Otti.a. Cad. couragement of txamigatloo Mr. Malone entertainment of the .pr'flM ...r..... If Mite Rofsscashiers. e.-
ot Monroe
Providing evening. Mrs. Chesnnt herself
;in.-yregat.Us to.,..).o as arl proving .
.41 ).er a.-...,_ _. ..... _.. By Mr Willis'or Levy (by 1'eQ'C&eRt'lathe )' for the expense of circuit Judge the usual clever hovtess.Deltcfou Lea* lead 6rew.'Cabbaie.lBprev .

,;,, ........___sefey..r.s wrN.r.d r, to military- roll and roortU A* amended the bill provide *$M a' refreshments of lee cream Big ..**** Lettaee.

I. LwU.er P'Hehhtt CeO' of Florida.By year.By. and cake were serrea during the .

4-l TrtaMy A... At....... ... Mr, VSlina, ot Levy-Mainte- )II'. Klrkland.: ot L e-a.Jathl.? ev ctag. { .eet Wt:a'I..a.JIN"G I'


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F !' THE GAINESVILLE SUN: MAY 13, 1U07PAY ) .

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Pk-TlTION FOB- 1-LEOTIO.N: NOTICK FY>B PtJBMCATlON._

RESPECTS Women as Well as Moo Are P1aetfiaerable I LEGAL APyERYiSEMENTS.PETITIONlFOf_ t To the Honorable Hoard of Public laatruotion Land omee at ealneeyutr. n...

WiIL Of A.IIM'h":. rrwi-iM. PtnW *' -11 I. 1WW

by Kidney and } ELECTION.To .p, for unilrn>lrn<.<1 voterunl turr'nv<.rir Notice b. nereh, VI".. "., ,' "outnllanc,!
the ....*ld ot in the Ho.'IUM!." Sueciui liiiict and In with tfceproilnlona i> .i the i :: 'oner.awut
MOSQUITO Board or Public Instruction: K-rrltorv tlthtrltia ID Ureomn a i<. it thereof Juh.1. fwa. entuieri 5'! .n th<> sate of
TO THE Bladder Trouble. "'E". the tti d.r tign jd tax-payers and a..Ut\n\ your honuraMft >nxlui .Mil mi e.p" N.Iberiada.ntheit.Ai!. : .' "mnla' Or&-.
vot,-r? residing in the U"111. ford 8{>e- lion In ac. orriitnoe will, the 'a w wrut at s t.nifeiieeptablv : 1I"ft. !tfOVfUMt.! a' d \\ tfMilnw. .> > : ,'rrltort ae
Kidnev: trouble pr y. upon the mind ti "'I"tMrl"e.., ("u the |>uri>.lee "fcrtamdntt ..1tt..U the a. ii>.l.to lu'i: i ,. atra iiv sea
jso! ,.ura.ge! : >aii', rtal School District No. 8K, petition the uodttrf .nitl irrrituM ,,,,,' .>f AUKOS4L .... Nlrbolni Hurreor New-
Interesting vigor and elKerfi.; your honorable bojdy to call an election for the election! o( three tiustee end tlirpurpoae ".*rrv ooUuaM' Of Ala 'htl.. :" .It' or Florida.
Expert Will Deliver -. .;;; in the law and of oamlott the nilllaireVVr ' ban thladidMBM' *! tntbUom-r '",s .worn ntatenwnt -
/s lIe_ soon dis.ipjH. accordaicejvltli petition your honorable, bety to ewtK.ri\ No W.brte 'puri'liuof the
Lectures iii This C ty. when J thekidncatue at a lime suitable to yourselves. for In said dl-trirt tbe followlm rteeerlbed U>rrt' or Sec No |0fSTtx: No.10 H U No. m itw.Ja.1

,," I' out ofSorder or dla- the purpose Mt changing the boundaryof Tory Cowl: Allot befMloTi. 14, '6. 18 I Is. *. SI nil oYr( proof to howthat tbe and aonffbt
said district;, for the election of ** Ml. M, T. Sft. .., ft>, !1. 98 W. S4 and 95 arts wore rnhabe tor Utxmer or stuns than JOT
eased tbe West hair of Seettena IS. it. SIlo and Es allInTownahlit ar.I"I1tlllaJ! Dar o id to nstahlUh bla
MOSQUITOES A STUDY'' Kidney trouble has threw trustee and for the purpose\ ot 1O, cl..IW to> % I" I. Berrltltl"r unIte-

WAOE .;: 1>acoinc so pre\alcut naming!! tlW' tnlllage to be assessed; Il"I: rrvrr /Jainra.. I M. on 1'tr.u. the
Raid to embrace the following Sians3511'. 83 iu,.t ,
that it ia hot UaJCO 1. district ot itex-tlona ft fl, T, ft 1tl IT"r.\\ to, tie name* .. wiu>*a4ut ROM' Uanrront.Le .
Been Touring State on Lecturing anon for a child to ho Described; territory tow It: Township I ITf Kane n K. ws i 1.u n.ford. Cal Nipper, \V UHu no N:ipporallotNcwimrry .
t-I'!; All of Sections 28, :!0. 27. 18. 23. Fla.. f'.
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with
the Mosquito and born' afflicted K. O Xatrouer; J. K Fe..r. J.. A.Turk$r
Tour. Explaining weak kidneys. If the 30, SI. 32: 33/. 35. and 30 Township 7.Rnngo ... O O. ThUtpln K. Ic Turner. T P. Peer* t>' A Fabuve-d Any nod. ail i prun olatnuiur advemeu the
erlbe l land -,- IXTiUomn : < < aro ir* to nutbetr : >
.
foe Extermination all THIapln. ben TtUmaD. A fV *ter,
!&t' also' of Sections 1. 2. ,
clninio
lithe scalds in betor.ak1
suggestIons child urinattwloooflen, urine J. Robert Stetmuer.Jr. r.om" oaor SOt
,
Making ,. A A Zolrouer.
.lie flcah or If, when the child reltChes..n.na S, 4. S. 6. -?. V 9. JO, 11. 12. 13, 14, ., u. U. Hutta 1. Qurthr J. H Owens. T- _>. day pd of June ri,> .
B.
of This Pest. when it should be able to control the 1i; I6. 17. 20. :21: .., 22, 23. 24. 25 26 IVMTy.O. H IV1ley. J. H Coulter. W, A Perter.O'IMeu -_ --__._- .HENRY---- ., CItUISU.1teister r i __ t.

opportunity l. soon to be offered passage, it Is yet afflicted with bed! .-wet- 27. :Ua 33. 34, 3&V'..nd 38. Township 8, Zetrouer.lotsTb.. Xtirouer. It N Zetrour. ',B, O N01'IGB 1 OP APPLICATJONoIOR TAX t

M to'learn it the of the Jifliulty Range iSt alo .ah ot Sections 1, 2, 3.
canse
of Gainesville tint;,dcpeildupou above petition will be prewentedto DEW: UNDKR SRf'TIOt OF oifAI'Twteon.
t,, the people is kidney trouble,. and the Crt 4. 0, 10. 11 and,a2,"*Township 9, Range the Board Of luMfc b'\IItrueU" of 'Aleqnee LAWS OK FLORIDA. '

are In regard to the mosquitothatenN'gC1'tlc should bo,,tow4rda the treatment of 15; also ot factious 19. 20 and 21, fount Fh !da. at,tic's uetloit to be bJunes .. "
n : familiar to us step iwn. . Notice U hereby atvea that Metroe Maau 1
little pest so heeeitnportautorgatis. Thi u.plea ant Township: f' Range, 16..Very fseturtnreernr.anyr uransseriof Tat OertlAeate -

sometimes almost tempts trouble b due to aaiaascd.coudition of .,;. respectfully No Ita, dated the and day of May.

Iu. w&lcb things that the kidneys and bladder and not to a i I B. L. Flowers, J. F. Ward, J. R. BILL FOR DIVORCE. A. D. IMl. have Gird tld crrtln....ate ta toy
people to say omoe. end have made application for tai tfeerlto
aanrtlfied which by hi'* habit as most people<< suppose. Thomas D. II.Baiter.NoU ta the Circuit Court BUbta Judicial Circuit, '...lIe'l\ accordance! with law bald. < cwrtltt-
wouldn't sound well and Women as well as men are made miserable -Th# above petition will be Alaobua Count: 1'h ..-- \Vb'iiIUJI"'DI- oats embraeea the: h\lIowln.deacrloed(! pron-

makes hlmseU a nuisanceto with kidney and bladder trouble, presented. to the Board of Publld latructlon KlUa Williams ItiblloAttoa.... Newton. arty situated. ID Aiaehuu oounu Flouts, W
presence vorc Order of rIt "
class, .ex. Color and, age. ind both need the same Rteot remed> Qt:: Alachua county, Florida fie bill witw 1-' of Nw 1.4 SeQ 11\ 'rtS, R. .t..-40aera
every Kan5&r The mild land the (immediale effect of at the meeting. to be held on June appearlrurby,amdarlt appended to ,
Pribble of Topeka filed In tbe above sorted oauAft that NewtonVUllema ,
Prof. C L. The aid land Seine aanemed at the date 'of 1
It is sold a.1907.t..
5sBOOHrealued;; defendl.tltft.'n named la a ,
Swamp-Root \ the ,
Western Naturalist, __ the Issuance of suoli o<<,UI1"h nameof
'
editor of The druggists, in fifty- resident of the Mtate/ of Florida, tbat aahldefendant 'A li. TltU.
\
is touring the State with a series cent and one-dollar ":::..t 7.r NOTICE OF ELECTION. ha. been atwMt. for more tlt.hlte UnleM aald nertlfleate ahau redeemed....* a
vbo thla Order of Publication
pteeedtn
dave next
oordlnir 5o law tax deed wtu l*.ue thereon
of lectures on the mosquito which as size boltlC;;" You may: =; i. :, .. iI. An elE'Ctiort'111 be held at the I\pU and ta ronaealinw himself ao that nervtoe I ofubpoenr the *'th day of May. A I). It>>f. wVltne

Is a germ carrier, has have a sample bottle school house, in ,the Bell School Distract annot be made upon hits and \ orttnial signature and aeaJ 'ba.
known, : d"nJ't;
well la over the age of twenty-one years .
Is ; the Utb AprU. A. D l*>r.
In the' city, and purposes to by mail free also a B_ \\r1UDP.nooct.\' rvlachua county. Florida, on i. la therefore ordered that aald rest $. H. \V1EVUKSpj .
arrived telling all about Snclu tp-ROo' ent defendant) be and he 1..* herebyMiutred
possibly pamphlet Saturday June 15, 1907. for the pur Clerk Circuit Court Alaohua co., Fla.
deliver two lectures, and andsc>f teat: pose of determining whether or not tu a"0 the HUt of belortenday. Cons ba
-lelnt flied tn said cause on or
three. He will address the pupils of l modal letters received from euffercj staid district shall be re-established as .. tbe 3rd! day of June A. IK .>'. NOTICE APPLICATION FOR TAX

Gainesville draded and High cured. InMriting Dr. Kilmer & Co a special tax school district for the iherwMe tbe alletratlonn aald bul will be DEED UNDER SECTION 11 Or CHAPTrH
the N Y. be sure anti mantic 1 ken aa oonleaixsl by: ald defendant.It .' 4 "*, LAWS Or FLORIDA '
,
Schools and the University of Florida, Binghamton changing of the boundary lines of la further ordwred that this! order be pub
public lea this paper. 1)0t1'make any jnistakiu same for the election bt three trustees abed onoea weeMtorfour conaeeutlre week Noiloe la hereby a-lven that E K Cannon,
Md may arrange to give a > < remember the name Swatup-Roo therefor, stud for the purpose of i The OatnelUe Nun, a newspaper l>ub* }>aroli.h.r of Tax Certificate No. (W. dated tbe
shed In Bald county and Btate Mb day of May A, IX I" has. tiled
before be makes his departurefrom I Dr. Kllmera S\vanip-Ro6t and the a* tbe rate of mlllage to be H4. aaMoerttttoata
ture determining This May Int. l r.H In my office, and has made arpUo*
.. the city. : dress, 'UinsUamtou, Jf.'. Vou ever assessed and collected: therein for:the It ,;; ur.A. Clerk Circuit Court tlon for tax deed to Issue tn aooordanee with ,

but It bottle. '. next succeeding two years thereafter. A true 001\1' of cort.'nal. law, Haid cergn.at. embrace the '0,,.
Prof Pribole Is a young man .. Seal s. 15. WlliNUKs. Clerk Circuit Court.II. losing dracrthrd pioperty situated In Alaohuacounty
from his conversation and -- - -- Polls will be open) at 8 o'clock and u. MAtON. Solicitor for ComrlaJnantNOTICE "'hlrld... towltiHw ,
l t evident UNIONvACAGEMY EXERCISES. close at sunset The following named 14 and MW H4 of 8e I'4 Peo Id Tp i 8...
excellent recommendations he R I9--BUO acres.Tbe .. "
the persons have been appointed Inspectors
: FOR PPIIUCATION. aald land being aaaea ed at the date Of
educators and ;
carries from leading of said election: J. 13. Williams, the Issuance of mob oertineate la the name

naturalists of the (country ,all well as Mt. Pleasant M. E. Church Filled tIts W. A. Bryant. J. A. Ward one o Land Offlce at Oalneavllle.April I. tail?.'.., of John W ''''".ouwb., .
Unless Said eeittueate shall be redeemed
Wednesday Night. whom shall act as clerk.
the hundreds of press notices from Capacity Kotleelaberebv shell that tn compliance afeordlnir' t.<. las tax deed will twaue thereon
By order of Hoard of Public I with tbe proTlxtonn of tbe aol or Conirrtraa of .
the aoth day of Mar A D ivrVltnwait ,
leading that he is a man The commencement exercises o *..lOTi. eetitletl "An set for the *al.' ottltobeetandnln on
the papers ruction this the 7th day of May June \ m* ofttalai kljrnature' and aeal thiathe
and Wednesday evenin the "'*tstes of CnUfornla. Ore I 10th day of 11. A IX; JWlr
ot unusual Intellectual qualities Union Academy D. 1907. R. H. WEEKS. lion Nevtdsaid Waahlnirton Territory." *. AIM* M. H. \VlENJEVl!:

who Is thoroughly familiar with are said to be the greatest .lu th Chairman>Board Pub. Instruct extended to all the tmolto teal Ktatea bo loot P4l Cierk Clroult Court Alaohua 0.... .',..
one Attest: J. 1. KELLEY Sec. aTT3 Bupt. of Autruxt 4. 1N98, William M. Hayes of )tbr" I _........ 4. ,.....-
tbe subject upon which be will talk, history ot the school. county of Alachua' State of J''fork:a, has

made Several hundred were I day tiled tn Ibis ortlow hU sworn atatetnent NOTICE Or APPLICATION FOR TAX:
he has a persons present
and of which he says \ NOTICE OF ELECTION, tMI.. for the purchase of the N .-5 ot Ne ,..NO.1
UNDER SECTION a OF
The Ti .hlp No v &, Kane DEED CUAl'1'KR.f
careful study for years. to Witness the closing. orations Section No. 4 In wn '
most An election will be held at the Roadfleld IS K.. and will offer proof to stew: that the 4 feW, LAWS or FLORIDA.
The dates tor his lectures have not were full well discussed and school house In school DistrictNo. land sought la more valuable for Ite timber or : Notice that Jno. D. Teeter,
,
Jet been decided upo, but will be most gracefully delivered. The order C4 of Alachua county Florida on atone than his for olalnt arrloulturul to said land purpoaea.before R soil.irlatr toeatabltnh ": : rb.rel.'t':. No Ilia,

published In due time.TEACHERS' could not have been surpassed; at Saturday June 15, 1907 for the pur- and Kecelrer at Calneavll e, *'*la.. 05 1:humda dated aald the eerlitloate Ird day of in July my onto.nI A IX llwtt baa hasSled

times even pin fall could be heart pose of determining whether or" not v. the elk day wttneoae of June. 11WT".R0wdBaxley O.ft. made appUoatloa for,.tai deed to true: taaoourdaiwte
He name a* :
said district' shaifbe created a specialtax i\deCo111t1ter..b wltb law. HaUl. eertldflate embrace .
EXAMINATION. Miss Hattie Brisbane was salutatorIan UN'''-''. L. J. Unto T. F- .* the t..Uowll.rltHtd. peoperlystnatal
district for the election
school Tyler. C9a. ,
In Alaobuaoouaty 1orMa, towUt\
and Tourgee Debose was valedic of three trustee therefor and for the Any ad allperaona cU'mlntr adversely the
aboTe-deaorlbed lan Annual Examination to be Held In torian of the class. The subjects purpose of determining the rate of tb lrole4m. ln thl owe on or before Mid .tb M, TP. 10 M 'l H. ta.
The raid land betas aaaeaaed ., the date of
mlllaKe to be assessed and collected day of June..i*%)r.
"Duties of Life
June. Conducted by Dr. Kelley. were as follows: HKNItY &. CUCBIi. Recbter. the 1..0.Jet" derttOoate In the aaoa
therein for the next succeeding two I pi of Huaan Cbronbtipr.
Dr J. I* Kelley County- Superintendent Miss Hattie Brisbane "Education, years thereafter. Polls will open at Unlace..1,eertiaoate kball be redeemed aooordintl >

of Instruction, requests Miss Kverllne Rivers; "Responsibil 8 o'clock and close .at sunset. The NOTICE Or APPLIOATIO XJH TAX I ta law ta>deed IX will laaue laereoatMt
Public the 100 day of Juae, A. l*)r. a
The Sun to announce that the ity of Opportunities" Miss Alberta following named persons have been" DRKD UNDER SECTION a Of CHAITEBKM. Witneiw' BDT nraeUI aliraature sad tea Ibis

Miss Odella appointed inspectors of said election: LAWS OF KLOR1DA.INotloe the lat day of Mar. A. JX iir,
aiuiual examination of applicants for Glass; "True Politeness K WJKNOKH!:! ,
I. O. W.
J. Jameson.
T. F. Owens | hereby rlren that J. P. fry pur- .
In Race a pd Caeili Circuit Court Alaobu v" jfla.
teachers' positions In the schools of Wilkins; "Woman a Factor Roberts, oner of whom shall act as eaner of Tat Ceriinuatea No. StM wr and ..*. -- -..-...---- ..M------" -
held Progress: Miss Nancy McDonald; clerk dated the Krd day of July. A. U.'l*>l. hassled
Alti'hua: county will be in this aaid ...rUltv..... In .y ones and baa NOTICE or AppuoATiow SiMS TAie
"Farewell," Miss. label Lang; "The By order of Board of Public Instruction for tax dead w l_- '
tt' for four days, beginning June 4.Every made application UEED UNDER MKUTION! s OV" OHAPTKrt4Wi.
DeBose. this 7th day of May A. D. In eooordatioe with law. Mabl ..rtUI"..... <--
person aspiring for the po'sltion Value of Reading Tourgee I 1007. 1 R. B. WE K8. braoe the following deoortbed tiropertal situ- (. LAWS Or KLOIUDA.Notle .

ot teacher in this county Is ellgtb. The music rendered was excellent Chairman Board Pub. Instruction. Ne1.4ofbw14ofSw1.4ties.d In Alarthua county, Florida 15.Tv.toa-lt: II it.. ta bvrebr ulten that Jno.w BI.,,IIIW,

: for examination. Applicants are of a high order and Indeed charming. Attest: J. L. KELLKY.. Sec.: and Bupt- R. I.-JU oTtte ett t>ur>the>ua er tnd ol day Tax of UrtlAeate Jun. A. iAsfd.Wo. it.>>. dak'haa

After the. delivery of'the orations. -- Nw 1-4 lof 8w M Hec IB.Tp.. II S. filed said eertineate In toy. .m... aw ben 1
quested to be promptly on band, R. I*-lOeere*. made atipaoatlon for tx ....... *n t aue to.aoeerdaaoe .
ma bring! I legal paper and : Principal T- t"J. DeBose (came forward, NOTICE OF ELECTION.An Hw 1-4 of He 1-4 of Hw M ..... IB. Tp. U ft.. with law. Laid. eortidoat! ear
cap pen II li- loacrea. braoa the foUowiDa de*....U.ed ....
prot>ert> III.
F I and with timely remarks introduced, election will be held at the Tacoma The said land belr aa ea e
for the purpose of delivering the diplomas : school house, in the Tacomi' tbe tacaanee of auel> BrUfleatea tn the name. Nw lof MW |'4 see, TV 10 M.. >C !..-*>
J. Ur. ,.
>:"hoee desiring further information of lkra Upset, N. H. lJpas sat if. aerea,
tbe superintendent. School District on Saturday Juno 1C, Unless said eerUaoatea, .bull 1 be redorued +<*
county 4LI old land belur aaamMed at Ike, date *f
Br: ;' secure name by addressing Dr.
of determiningwhether Issue l tberewn on
1907. for the purposo eordlnato law
.
of tJ.d'.t.i : the laaeance of sash aertitteet la the name
i L. Keller, this city. Dr. J. ,L Kelley who made one or not said. district shall be lbe sotli day of of Anna> Clan'
addresses which ever tell district my oRWMal alirnature and seal SkIS UnieM said eertlAoate abaO be redeemedaoeordinf
tbe best enlarged as a special tax school 'bn :
of A > .
AprU.
day J ? to law }.. deed will (MU. taereowon '
Good Words for Chamberlain'. Cough from a superintendent's lips, after for the election of three trustees :; U. VJFVOE,H she ard day of Jane. A. D liWT.Wltneaa .
Clerk' Ctroult Oourt'Alaebaa'po.. ; ;
.
of Pd
the
with words and in therefor and for purpose my onielal/ slonalure and teal tbiatbe
Remedy. which appropriate determining the rate of ralllagejto be Ittday ot ...,. A O. IaN,
delivered C, 11. wnNc.nH: :
People everywhere take pleasure In a most dimmed manner he assessed and collected! therein for the NOTICE or APl'LlCATION FOR TAX Pd Ulerh Clreult Court Alebus VOl. Via.,

of the diplomas to seven persons next succeeding; two years thereafter. DKEO UNDER SECTION 5 or CMAPTKM4WW. -----,- ._- .
testifying the
to good Qualities '
Dr. Kelley was accompanied by Mrs Polls will open. at 8 o'clock and closeat LAW or KLOKlAx.Notlee NOTICE Or APPUOATIOM> rOB TAJtVKKU

Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. )..Irs.t.4ward Kelley and many other white friends sunset. The following named' la herby ttv.a that Jno W. In.sdlse' > UNDCIt MICimON S Or CHAPTMM r,

Phillips ot Barclay Md. persons have bee.t appointed Inspect purcbaa of Tar 43ertlneat tin. 141. dsis4lb. 4*.... LAWS or rLORIDA

writes. 'I wish to tell you that I can were present, and all seemed to en- ors of said election: J. W. Chamberlln. ark day of la ray April oiflee.A. and IX has.made be Wed cur Notre Ubereby.....that ttteartHo M.,
the exercises very much. '\V J. Ward.Vm.. Burch. one of aid eertltleal. of lax Certiorate *. StM.4r.. dM
: Joy aUvn for tea dead UU.u. la _eor4an.e urabar*r o,
recommend Chamberlain's Cough pi'
door .receipts for the five whom shall act as clerk with law Maid eertloeate' .n>h aeee the fot { 'rd dar or Av'tl. A U ...... hat
Remedy My little girl Catherine I Thie By order of Board of Public Instruction towintc d*.er1lMMl vet>erijr altuatedln Alaebuaw plod said eertlAoate la any otttw, aoaba '
I amounted to f 112.80. aaaae aptNt0avl for tai deed to twos
who it two years,old. has been taking nights/ this tbe 7th day of May. A. '. .000D'N w.4,. norids of Je" w t-4. town stud" I.I of KMOT: -.w ... In aaaordaixie with law Maid iterwneate e...

tau! remedy whenever she has had OBSERVER. D. 1907. R. B. WEF:K$. 15..<>, M. TP, to *.. R. IM I *,........ breee the fcrflowtne deaorlbed property aim
1'h. Mkl .land being a MMa.d at the date of atd In Alaebae eouety, tnortea, towlttVtrltof (
a Chairman Board Pub. Instruction i M- |.4 01 Nw 1'e __. e1. To. ''U> n.
cold since she was two months tae taM._. of MAch oerilBeaie In.,It. sane ofUntMai ,
TO MOVE. > Attest: J. L.. KKL.I.KY. see. and Bapl K. r -*f awre*
old. About a mouth ago I contracted THE BURTONS Unkno. ,ldeettiaoateahan be redeemed ao- Tb.. said lead beliur a.s.. U.. date 'a*'

a dreadful cold myself but I tookChamberlain's porting ...1..... tai dead will tumie ,....... oe the le.uan of ,It." ..,101#..'. I* tfce name ovf r
NOTICE. von 1'11DLJC TIO$. '
"tI... A I* Ivot. .
Cough Remedy and was Will Co, to Way ros.. Ga., Where Mr. Land Oatee at Oalat_lH*. Fla., for\Vh Srd_day.. my of oracUl aia.a.r. and Hal tWthe eaalarstelaawI.eds5wiattba; redeemed ccti
won as well as ever." This remedy Follow His 'Trad April.5. |UU7.rtotV 1.t day of ".,.. A. 1> I5i f' :: "' r. t""' ,,,. .
tt Burton Will H. wtrla>GS: She *n.t day May O. lu rt
>r sale by all druggists la hereby N.a l thel.WTer t*. Fair Clerk Circuit. Court Aleebaa Uo.. tOa.NOTICK Witness my oielalsignature and aeal tWetbe
After a residence of many years In Ol U'OSeford. Eta tea* alyd notice of fete I.t.ni4os *. pd .. ._. lath dar. of ***u. A. I* NNtVtXfOiIIpd
-
make Boa five-tear proof la war !
SEABOARD 'SCHEDULE. this city J J. Burton and family expect : to .. ... No.l k Clreilt Court: IsS
I .1. y'f: tai or APPLICATION fOB "AXVEI".D |*> Alaebu*Ua. ,
for SW .
to make their' departure In a 51*5loiwd: Uee 14. l*>l. 1-4 of .---. : v "
N.ttssdNwllotr et'45eet1dn tl.Townihfpf OXDRH wrXTlOX or CHAITKfl4T ..
"l"1me? of Arrival send Departure of few days for Waycroaa. Ga, where .. Baave Ik K. and that s.k1 Proof will >4i. LA Wit or rujniOA. peTlTIOK FOil KLECTIOM

Trains from Gainesville.f they will In future reside. UalneavUle toe OUMA before Yes .>o ltrglsrrr June s. ,*55.5. Itevetver at lrotlee to bench. rive that A. J DeCaat<< .tat4r ot nortoe' ...-Aa.b... eoa..t.TO ,

and contractor lie natn. tbe follow wlUMnaee tn prove Tru t... fureita.er of Tea C Iwa.be.5tedrld tb* Ikrard of lnbUo la truetivnto
the Information at the public Mr. Burton is a carpenter tits. ontlattoua rratdeooe shoe and eultlradoa .at.dtlt e lidaf of July. ...fk w. tts# u54erwn..d {.spsaera ee4 So'eVs
and a man It is said, landvia fMprtUVaat Id aov .11'1"( .. and It.. nuute ..-tdee1k5 / .. Is.; Mu.rlltaki btatrie4 petly .. dour
of the
tt fallowing change. of" schedule oft .whom J. M Toibert ..' Ft. tTMt.. :Fla.: f. $ for ass deed tw Hess la aoennrvmee wliaaw boeora ......, toeall an .i.e4eei la aeeent
seaboard knows his business. If* has re-aided roro. H M, Coa ev K. C' Oot tee all ot Wilt.- [ MaM eertldesIe ewkraeee tbe foll. Uurde MM*. wUb ,*.Jym ... a0A at a Uw* ewlta.le to
announced
AirLine U : long time ., *rt, classed A...... eowo- >,.*.1.*.. tea sold ee tb*ereatiott of a h fn"rI.l
tram from Cedar Key to Jack with bY family here tor a :.74.: MEMIIY ft. cnuatt, Rea-Uter U. rI_"' .. t...ltHwl Tws IM.trtee sad the sumb.r of tnlli toM lie
ban made many friends, and the d.- < Km*. 4. TV n H. K. 14.Tne .sled Ms embr.e 41.o twlowU str dc rieed' FairrtorY
*=: :'Je leaves at I:01IlLate.a4 of 7:3 I said Uav4 SWISS aa ia e *. K: arrives partnre. of the Burton will cause regret NOTICE FOR PUBLIC AttOX.La iMt en0e of seek .erWHea>ie lea the: aaM ........... a*. '4. T> *. Id 14ft L. .._,..... I4 ;k kI.
and returning at 6:45 ., r X Wusaa.U.S..t *. W.e a xj T wea t..> ..twa..... .rh.r. I'
In:=' *d of 5.36 .4 Office atOafneavii}*. n&. art oerttfleete. ab.a be redeemed a- Net' A of **. /a.IfT'/'Q H. 14 KTL
"* aa formerly. I Mr. Burton has not dec>4' d priestly.5 .- AprU .... 1KI7NovU . Mdtar W. l. i-ft*. 0. IUtiabie*. H. JL Itroolier -
** noon train from .Jacksonville te i'rebrofyeattMK4awu tE.XJ.agb feasts d'*' a.f Je-e A, ; I. J. tvmltto, T 11',0..... J. Jaaaeraon*
arrives at It30 whether or note? luf wni locate laWaycro t.roWaane e ., r";. tor rod soiq. 1 f at.Istestios Wua.M a... ...*l.l alt..rurr a4 aeaJ awe i*. W, Me .eTt.A Catart. *. A! lK 4 r... A.r
Instead of 130. as probable. _k. anal 8.e9eev 4o.4 tssappersof the*>d 5.?' of ...,. A. D. IkAsr1..J.. W. issuer; A,Oaf.latwe .
.
la to Jirt(5Jt. ::
** old hedul... and returning leave abut that very Se ....... ...: Ha4..Y..uy. h. ;Mtut )I.,.e rue aaovrpw, wW .... ureaeatMFUo ...
for ; He has visited the Georgia city Is Nta551ae as Jacksonville and intermediate<< conditions i.etba tl. TuwesSls C ;... itae** 14 K.. eedtbataaat :rr.; pt/MdM a. 'M -.tt a d er be- MM
Pleats at 2 SO wail pleased' and If are ruo. wU to* ..... bwt.r* <4_tatrrIM Me/r.
p. m. right will make his future home there. . K...*..' at u........ CIa..s. J-B. a 'CM* WSCH AROKNetiee --- .- ". .. . .. .. . . ) S.t S.

.. KMY.H" .* aataiae the t& ._...,w...--- s. 01sr.eN. to beret .!... sass f. Tbo V lo*.-
... .* ....'-.win Dad teetaateatof
M KW
.eeslaaewr ......s.II"" and e.tUysuw tr sa
'TLQnHAx: co DnIon Stop Grumbling. of iSa and. rat Una.*til. Hwrtr. 4_.aiw., will am ly to 154 I 1 49 to
M H ......a,er. W ft LladMrr. K. a. fiat, .- ,... fl.e raM. M U. !.-:, Peen)' J*.*. {. i f
If you suffer from Rheumatism orpains la VT. S ....., ail: .f Wa n... rUcmm ass f. Ale b'"*. .-",., tTortde. elitMMT MITotMl
Snow LJolm.nl .HF."RY a II. Neefaier. at. WoeS..l..P ... bere.t. fee a.*
for Ballard's pd --- --'-- ---,-. --- Intel otxbarae frwaa sty. a...._-......se-4 ..ePs
win bring quick r.lief. It Is a sure ,teas I sa sueb eseew/os ....u tbes 510 wrwaCoeet wruy s s + a. gg sgvuneee..sa.vrara..e.es.
tro 'aM yJ ed*.seal r. t naa ol .y a..-ee
> DCU I ears for Sprains, Rheumatism. Contracted Hocltte to bere.>. *e* tbat L*( .-. of Ari .- let CM.a et ieswday alLisa. 8#I....., lRaee.ter e via aawaerv.n.'a eel a..,..a.aa, ... w a .sa+ -/.
Muscles and aU paras and letU oa I'll" ......... of K. AreM Jo.vds.s..eas ygfl tw.aseawews w e,S1 eJ 4 1. ,a4
reach of aU. Price :se +0. ft. bees. evseI4 to 'M..._ Il1ITW;:'a.i4 7.w4.E1.1 of rs._ a+.r..e *e$. 544'15s4eanoLa.f 1see.
within the ...... 51 1M ,_..!a JM.Ile 011 ..___c.atr Coed H, rosier. tHe...... +. y.4M.wae5e.Vea.
u.4, : R M eft.wort Me. $1.00C.. R. Smith Teoafca. Tax- ,r. Aa.alas agafa.4ISe .w _.. eyes e. _. .. .. a.d ccre4.te w s, s 4as.O.pela. .
w,41 / e e4 for par*a*5- wt ble she * 'rry""+ta.t a srsr wrr.t w 15 wr"t.MI have used Ballard'a Snow 54 ar t s. ..
war r.st5xu a.t .a4arale..son .... be Fed to ... .
Mil taelq...+aaaaa Liniment fa my family for years and 5). .-. bISyy se Clves ekes:=:eskM we..q.e..r f4 ""s A11f
s4.Y D*aT A ar.e s.,wash%,aa ts dy for aU It E DIL_KIll.. AaabefeIrass.Advertise .. .! : '
e l found it a fin* r.o* tt 4TH
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.set as4altfSaear..wr pain and avclM. I reoommesd It for .---po----------- tbb r.d.f of flea W. Heiaawso whe was r.r.ba4

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GAINESVILLE SUN: MAY 13 1907

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; H O. Riley of Atlanta Oa.. aes..t-I be glad to lee.rlthat he left the patent < tA

?NEWS OF CITY AND ant general nup"rlikteudent of eon- much improved j jMr _

$true. 'tiou of the Southern Bell Telephone and Mrs E. H Hii, who were

CQUNTYGOHDENSED ompaui: has returned to his' married In High Springs a few days

home, after a couple of days spent ago ar.d spent the night in this city going -
r here in looking over the work of ext to Jacksonville the following morn- WILSON'S

vof General Intere Gath. &&natou being done by the compauyn lug wore here Thursday.. Mr. Ilirt ,
( ; Gainesville. Mr. lUley was well
returned to Jacksonville in the afternoon ,
ered by Our Reporters. pleased with the city, which he-Bays while f hi* wife proceeded to

10 his opinion Is the leading Inland High Sprftig on a visit to friends.

I'ERSOHAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS City of Florida with great prospects From .Sunday'e'DaUySite.
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before It. .., J. S Crown of Rocky Point was H IOo.SALE:
tfnat Has Happened and What I. OoC) ; R J. Holly;: left yesterday for Tam- ; trading In tile \tty .,_terdaT. :

to Happen Told .in Short Paragraphs pa and other points In South Florida T. F Jennings of Crystal River was
Runs Mss Read"it where be Roes In the Interests of an '
That "Ho Who "' transacting business in, this city yes ;::1'1', '
So
mmlgration proposition. It Is the In the Sun. terday.Claud we place on sale the best assortment -
Intention of Mr. Holly to .present the
Colson of Trenton is la the
nidaV' Daily SVfI. proposition to the various boards of ; of Plain and Colored Lawns
and
IrOffI Mr.
relatives
city Jon a vlslt/jto
Captain W G. Shehee bf High I county commissioners of, that sectionof Mrs. W. W. .c iaon. and Organdies ever shown at the lout
Springs is in the city. the State with a view to Interest- {
'buthrte of Warranty and' mortgage dude for Special price of- choice for 1
Joshua White and 3. D. lug them In a scheme to advertise your :
ale at this om e.o"h cents dozen I "
xwberry' are in the city;: on bus Florida, thus attracting the attentionof per *;;
who desire to come South. or 13 OO per hundred. '; ;
those <
SlOlk Dixon Phillips and Milas Wynneof I Oc Per YardSee
Among those who spent yesterday The Scheme Is a good and feasibleone ...
this city was Geo. R.: Smith of and would probably work to fineadvantage. Meredith were among the visitorsto
In Galaellv1l1esterdlL)".
labapaha. front center counter.
H r Cato of Alachua wu''tn the From SnturdtJI' lNailv Su.n Mrs Chas..Leyvrex: ot St. Augustine
yesterday. He made The Sun J. A. Beach of Tyler was transactIng is In the city on a visit to her parents,
city business In this city Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Woods.
agreeable call. (
an ;
Fane1 Eggs( For Pelting':"-White and j J. C. Grantham of Central was trans. Captain \\'. G Shehee has returnedto L MONEY-BACK SILKSWe

Barred Plymouth flock and Wrandott acting business In this city Thursday.Mrs. his home at ,Hffch Springs, aftera
brief business trip to Gainesville
for tale; pure breed. W. D. Pagan.; .. John Dekle of Lake Butler
C H. Fletcher and J. R. Scott of la In the city a guest of Mrs. W. '\. Mrs. J. Gilbert Taylor has gone to have secured the sole agency of ;

Trenton are In the ,city.;: The former Colson. Columbia, S. C. where she will be the the celebrated Silks t
guest of :Mrs. George Taylor for a few Money-back eVery
to The Suu.
renewed his subscription H. C. RollIns of Newberry, a v ell-
Dr. J. D. Watkins of Mlcanopy. known phosphate man, was in the .weeks. yard guaranteed or your money back. ;
C. C. and:3. A J. Strickland and
cashier of the bank at that place wasa on business yesterday. wife of Hague and W. A. Strickland The regular price of the best grade 3s
business visitor to this city;: jester Misses Myrtle and Mary Allen two .
of Paradise were vision, to this city $t.7ls per yard all over tho world, but we
McIntosh:
toy charming young ladles '
Rev. P. J. Lynch left ;yesterday: for are In the city on a visit to friends. yesterday.P. H Baker the naval stores oper- have decided, in order to INTRODUCEthe

Hawthorn where last night he conducted .. K. R. Turner the clever agent of ator ot Campville, is spending a silk in tills section, to'' make the .price i .
: service for the Hawthorn the Atlantic Coast Line at Rochelle, couple of :
Catholics. was a visitor to'this city yesterday. family here.;'.' H.--- $ I5Opsryard >

W&nted-Brlght. active whjt boyto Among Mlcanopy folks who spent Miss Chastalne! Saupders of Bell .

work In shop. Address Lock Box Thursday in this/ city were S. G. has arrived in the. city and will be for the montli of May.
5t2, or apply on premises, 1106 N. Gay. J. A. Jones 4) and C. W. .Slaughter. the guest of relatives here for the
Grove street. text few Ste'Come
Waterman Johnson, a well-known days.
Mr and Mrs. Pierre G. Kkman have, and popular citizen of ,Micanopy wasa Mrs. Chas. M. McKinney has returned to see us. Our stores not tho
moved into the Sandborn home303. business visitor to this<4ty Thurs to her home at Graham, aftera
but it is the best in this section
biggest
N. Oak avenue where they are now day. ? pleasant >.tslt to Mrs, H. P. hot

pleasantly located. J. E. Malphurs a. promising young stein in this city.;:

G. Hartwell Kelley of Frame Creek man ot Campville. was visiting frends( John Kite of Hague, one of the old. Mrs. RL. WilsonHIGH
manager of the. Kelley mill was in and transacting business. in this city est and most widely known residentsof .
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the city Wednesday on business con. yesterday. that section of the county was

fleeted with the court LeRoy DE>ham has returned from trading In the city yesterday.
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Strayed attendingthe
Tyler. on May Atlanta C. J. Fletcher R. II. Doke and J.
2nd, dark-bay mare; medium size Southern Dental College. Friendsare R. Scott ot Trenton all of whom have SCHOOL-= NOTES. I h I STRICKLAND BARN BURNED:
about 7 old. Tyler Lum. glad to him. '
years Notify see been here in attendance upon the of Items
ber Company Tyler Fla..'and .receive Cot. E. C. F. Sanchez has returned court returned to their home yes Interesting Batch from Th Building and Contents Destroyed by

reward from St. Augustine, where he has terday. Sun's Special Correspondent. j I' Fir' Few Nights Recently.Informatiou .

Friends of Dr. J. H. Alderman will been for the past few days on'a combined G. Hartwell and A. T. Kelley. managers This has been a busy week throughout *I], has reached this city

r< jr.Jt to learn that he is Indisposed business and pleasure trip. of tb.'blg veneer mill and box the school the last week of reguj j to tho effect that the born of W. A.

at his home. During his illness the Dr. H. L. Montgomery.. Col J. J. and crate factory at Prairie Creek, lar study. Beginning Monday, the I Strickland together with Its eont. .ts,
dental office is in charge of Dr. Harry Barr and Captain J. W. Carter formed were business visitor to Gainesville whole ot next week will b* given to I! was bUl'Pfitlat ParadUe/ a few n4gkt0

Pearce a jolly trio ot Mlcanopy people who ywsterday. final examinations covering the year* I ago entailing a. loss ot about 1100,
Mr* C. L. Career and.baby left last spent yesterday in the county capl Friends of Mrs. McMeekln. West work in each branch of study. The I with uo Insurance
night for Cedar Key where they will taL - Court street, who has been indisposed last week will be devoted to reVI.1011.1]I I Mr. Strickland has made IMI sUt-

recuperate for a few day. The child J. E. Martin ot Hawthorn was transacting with fever for the past few days, will In all branches. Next weok there will most M> the matter. ullbouh" h* wa

lias been quite ill and it is hopedtho business in this city yesterday be gratified to learn that her conditionis be no morning recess, and no after 'In the city yesterday; Neighbor'

change of atmosphere will provea lie called at The Sun office and re Improving. noon ....Iol'n, preSet to give th* state however, that the barn waa,wL ,
benefit newed the subscription. ot D. M Remember A. M. Dickson the teachers time for grading papers. nild with feedstuffsand the loss a

The ladies of J. J. Finley Chapter Bryan. I' broker., when in the market for cro. While, of course It might have bvn will be a serious one to the owner.

t D. C. will abserve June .3. Jeffer- Mrs. L. Dgal and children ot Per setter, nay,Brain and feed-stuff. Save better still there Is a general feeling | The tire .Is said to have originatedby .

son Davis birthday by 4 memorial en- nandlna have'arrived in the city, and money and tim*. Write or 'phone me. among the teachers: that the year's. rat gnawing match.

titalrment, In connection with as:1 will be the guests for the next few Both Inng-dUtanc 'phones* work baa been satisfactory. Owing l I

:I .cr tea Time and place of entertainment days of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Holstein, Rev. E A. Sample the PresbyterIan to th* fact that the requirements for FOR STOMACH'SUFFERERS.Mlona .
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will be published later. ? relatives. minister of North Carolina who promotion will be more' rigidly' followed ; \I. the one remedy 'for

Mri. J. A. Edwards of Mlcanopy.r J. M. Everett and daughter Miss has been here for the past few weeks, than has perhaps been the case stomach troubles that publishes IU

...-r spending Wednesdays night with' Nora and Miss Lizzie Collins, have left yesterday for Tyler where he heretofore, the percentage: ( promotions formula: chemically purr bismuth
b. < eon D. G. Edwards, In this city returned to their home at Donnie, after will fill an appointment today. may not be as largo a* umial. subgallate, to allay any innawrnatloo'

Tuesday for Tallahassee, where two or three days spent pleasantly Lost--Two pointer gyps; one entirely Heretofore too many pupil have been of tb. stomach and bowels cerium
s::: will) be the guest of her daughter In this city. white, other whit and liver spots allowed to enter grades for the work oxalate, to strengthen the stomach

Mi:: J w WIdeman. for a fee weeks, "Phone A. M Dielu&a. broker, Had collar on with my' name (W. A. of which they were not sufficiently. nerve, sodium bicarbonate. to autrallxft .

Mr and Mrs. C. M. McKJnney of Gainesville, and get price, qualify II aile. Live Oak }'1a.) Liberal reward: well prepared. : the poisonous
C:- ham arrived In )he city yesterday. aDd quick delivery (food void from for their return to rue at Gainesville, The high school pupils. are busy prtttttmt In stomach troubles; and arts
1*' Mckinney returned In the after- Jacksonville and the West. Can five, Fla."p.. A. Hail. studying rot exams and preparing v Am lea, which restore vigor to the t

nn to his home but his wife will delivery price to all points. '. For stomach troubles, bllllouanes, for commencement. i digestive.. organs and tones up the. j

ft.:.aln here for a few day as a Captain J. W. Fon ..1D.e. who Is and constipation try Chamberlain's The examinations for the scholarship whole< nervous system.
r:cat of Mrs. H. p. Holstein, West engaged In* phosphate work in the Stomach and Liver Tablets bianyremarkable medals In Latin and mathematicsfor This. combination of valuable rani*

Liberty street. West:! End but who resides in Mica cures have. been effected the Freshman aiM Sophomore edl** I I. found only In Ml-o-oa stomach
\!rs E by them. Price 2i. cents. Sample tablets, and It so rarely fall to
; F. Taylor ot ,Brunswick, copy, where he owns a beautiful all c asses bea&l11'I4aT. Th medals
free. For sale by druggists.Prof.
Ca. who has been here for the past home was'In the city ,eater T. are given by the principal About strengthen the digestive system, and
few C. T. Allen for the past term the worst form of stonuua
weeks / from each of the cur wen
Urn pupil two
on a visit to her sister. J. E. and 1C,-C. Clemmons and Ceo
! M' Rosa Waters left yesterday for in principal of the Newborry school was classes entered tb. contest.. These trouble, that J. W. McCollum sell.'tbo
all of Brooker. were the
W.
2Iaofol: ) Hazen, In the city ysterday. Prof. Allen remedy under guarantor to refund the
Poll>county where she will The former showed medals were won Last year by Tom n.fd.th .
..* the city Thursday.;: was ably assisted during; the term unless it cures.Plot .
guest of her friend 'fra. I I of good thing Siy ) of the Sophomore, and Nan morsel
his appreciation a closed Minnie Lee.
Miss
Rare Just : by one
for several day a. ate Smith of th* Freshman. Nantile
leaving his name with The Sun as asubecrtber. of the most competent lady teachersIn the beat printed stationery at
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Of for bo
".. Is one the contestant 8oj
sc.' Liawnblura. the "beat light" man the county more medals this year. I lowest prices call at Th* Son offle.
-sterday for Prairie Creek. Among the Mlcanopy;: folks who Attention Is called to the change \ '
."' he baa secured a contract to visited. this city 'yesterday! were E. C. of advertisement of Mr. R. Wilson, The commencement Invitation hav\p :WOTICB 1,r APVUCATtOH n H TAX
*.'-*.+ a system of his lights In the CUltty. J. N. Craig J. D. Merry Justice which appear elsewhere In this paper. some and are pronounced by all who"h VVJC.O: VNDKK MrCTfOH" s or CHAPTS1IeW
b'4, Kc'ley milt lie wlH also Install J. \ : Smith and J. D. Reeve, allot Tibia U one of the oldest and most va examined them to be a* pretty t.*wit or* njLWiiuA.
ta.c:ine a. ever seas In Oalnenvlli. utIed N ber.bf' ....11 lass 3 3. H"r-. f fP
engine In
> the plant which whom were here attending tho session reliable dry goods store in this sec ...... et 'vs. (:."' ....4. Ja 4e... d.t.de.4
t used exclusively In the box. of the court. Uon.-and a bargain advertised there etw. Air of Jets. A. U. ..... ...... ai...
** s esrneel. aa ter nm.. 6fto4 has a.ut
cng department.! Lute Howell of.. ewberrJ' was In the means' a bargain In reality. WHAT. CATARRH lsUoe ,- t- ..... to few le .5014

W. a Tearwood of Melroae. member city: ;: :yeterday. Mr. Howell brought Th O. IV Hyde Company have Catarrh Is ap inflammation ot the lett rue,.ta5 wits e5..rtI sew.: 'iaid.PO ereeatr rua.st.siteste0 er -r:' n=
ct .... flrm of Sietro.e of the serious lyre mucous membrane of the nose, throat ..f.J'. .-s-w.. II....
the MaaufaorT the Information able ,adv rrtl *tn ::; Company. U In the In his town Thursday night -/d In which the attention of our reader Is and lung, with' many annoying symptom .... M/e teelrsettoeal 41(5s t
; 'r1...rd issd a.iM. --I ri la 05
ten.. :5 Upon the court", -b lag lain which he was a serious loser, owning called. By their fair dealing and exce4Mnt *. In this climate there are fey the a--.a'........nm....... isa.aeats
kec 4 an aasumpslt suit now In several valuable houses. good this firm has enjoyed> a who do not suffer from this diss y ,uei..raM.ertla.rlee r. Jsee s su W ...1.ests0esoldt .
>p';resa Tb. Metros Itanufactur-: The Sun Is under obligations to remarkable acceasful trade ever able dlM..s*. often In a chronicanddangeroo I. .5 Se hsw, ........ wtJ i. e.la.Mee ssewN I

t (ampany are naval store ope i> Lute Howell and Dr. Thomas McLeod slate It was established tarn slat i ":_' wv dh.4t1""W/MOwe Call Meit-t.

&tIra and lumber manufacturer both of Newberry. for particulars regarding Friends of M/a John Ct **nut wbo The one sciMitifltf and eom dtse es. ieM \.ut4..r. M5.5. A N.ttr W.ISJIrUY.M'' .
r fire which occurred traUant- lit yomL a mMuatU n of 'e cs.riI Ct.....0-A1sr.s<>*.. KU.J .
x Sal*-Binall hotel and railroad the disastrous baa been indisposed at br benne with I ..
T*="'craBt combined all furnished In their town pa Thursdaynight -fever for the pat two wka' will b* healing and awakJlUac balsams,
eamplepa Situated In beautiful andViHac of which nMTOtSoo U made else gratlfl l to learn that she t* Improving which U brathd> through special W. PATXON +
why ..hei.ID Mr who inhaler that CGt MIII'witly very cmtflt
at Inaction of two this paperLS very rapidly Cnnut.
and "
r,0045, Doing a Je., profltabl atnant Uali. commandant of t* an ...liv.taaUe mmbr of Kirby A compl.<* Hyonwl ... 4tflt costa: but ..Civil Engineer Surveyor,..

'1irLesa: ""Prtc low, term the 1atyerslf7 of Florida, has retarDed Smith Chapter, t" D C. sad a del. SI Oft ad. J W UcC lum *fv.* Die LEALEg ,JS UtUL rhTATKFr

&kkg >arg* hotel. la city;: -.. from ArkasNSwhere b* wu gate ta the Scat convention fa Jack pr' *Mial guarantee tflth every psc3e- a n, sit*.lf.s to all b...f*..*.
ems Grand cbance for.7OWIC'rtebt.j en4. s> fw days ago oa account of oavlllv, wa rprivd, of the pleasure age that money will b* reund.d on- O..*; .0<,*. door torah *f :Ibrsar'
.a.J 91f... Wrtt* this Mlee.p. . the Illness of :biz .w1'.. friends w',13 of attending a
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